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]DUDLEY'S RU 71rtbtzu S POEF FSH
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OR IN YOUR CAR. SUPERMARKET
(Regstered wth Postmaster of Bahama. for postage concessions within the Bahama..) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper
VOL. LXX, No. 201 Tuesday, July 24, 1973 Price: 15 Cents


NIGHTLY ROBBERIES, MANY AT GUNPOINT,

CAUSE MANY TO FORTIFY THEIR PREMISES


Nassau


a


of


is turning into


iron


residents alarmed


NASSAU IS SLOWLY TURNING INTO A


By NICKI KELLY
CITY OF IRON BARS. Businessmen and homeowners, alarmed by


the seemingly endless series of break-ins, are fortifying their premises against intruders.


Cl gives 10-year prison



term to youth who



raped schoolgirl of 15

By SIDNEY DORSETT"
JOSHUA KNOWLES, a West End, Grand Bahama sheet metal
worker convicted in the Supreme Court this afternoon of raping a
15-year-old student was sentenced to 10 years in prison by Chief


BRITISH HIGH

COMMISSIONER
MR. CHARLI S JAMES
Treadwe!!. (; Al, A.UC\ 2
who took up his post as British
High Commissioner to the
Bahamas when it became an
independent country within
the Commonwealth on July
10.
Mr. Treadwell was born in
New Zealand where he was
educated at Wellington College
and Victoria University
College.
During World War II he
served in the New Zealand
Expeditionary Force
including the renowned Long
Range Desert Group
reaching the rank of Captain.
lie was in the Sudan Service
for the ten years up to 1955,
and, on entering the Foreign
Service by a Special
Recruitment Competition he
was appointed First Secretary
in Eastern Department of the
Foreign Office in I w56.
Since then Mr. '"readwell has
served overseas in Lahore,
Ankara. Jedda, Enugu and
A\bu Dhabi where, in 1971.
he became II. M. Ambassador
on the formation of the United
Arab Emirates.
Mrs. Philippa Treadwell,
wife of His Excellency, will
arrive in Nassau on Monday.

Rand Fawkes sues

for $3,500 fees
A SENIOR member of the
Bahamas Bar has filed suit
against a client he represented
in a criminal case in the
Supreme Court during the
April Criminal Sessions.
Mr. Randol Fawkes, who
appeared on behalf of building
contractor Veron G(. Collie in
the Supreme Court on charges
of manslaughter by negligence,
last week filed suit claiming the
amount of $3.500.
The suLm :1mimed is for
"professional services rendered,
work done as counsel and
attorney in the Supreme
Court."
Mr. Collie was jointly
charged with ex-police officer
Leonard Taylor with the
September 8 death of Fox Hill
landscaper James Evans.
Both men were discharged
due to lack of evidence when
they appeared in court with
Mr. Fawkes as counsel on June
13.


TIFFANY 7

LAMPS


IOllY MAeISON FUHNITnUR
NASSAU ONLY


Justice Leonard J. Knowles.
I' e 2 0-year-old man
pleaded not guilty to the
charge which accused himt of
taking the girl mi his car to a
secluded area Bootle hay
and raping 'er after having
p. .:;; cd hia > .id.c to a
friend's home.
The girl testified yesterday
that Knowles had held a knife
to her neck and told her that
he would cut off her head and
throw it in a canal nearby "andi
nobody would ever know."
She said he struck her on her
neck and told her not to try
running away when she opened
the door in a desperate attempt
to get away from him.
The tury had deliberated tor
nearly 40 minutes before they
returned the 10 to 2 guilt.
verdict.
The Chief Justice, before
sentencing the accused, said lie
was in agreement with the
verdict after having heard tlie
facts of the case.
DENIA L
Knowles, who appeared
without counsel, denied having
had sexual relations with the
high school student with
whom, he claimed, he had had
a three-month secret affair
In his testimony, hlie said he
had been at work at the Jack
Tar Hotel that da\ and when
he returned home, he ate
supper with his girl-friend,
Bertha lliend.
Miss Iliend was the sister of
Joanna. the friend to whose
house the girl had asked him to
take her, the court had been
told.
Knowles said the girl's
boyfriend, Berkley Turnquest,
had visited at suppertime and
told him he had a date set will
the girl for that evening,
Turnquest left then after a
while and he and his girlfriend
retired later on, he said.
Knowles said the police had
beaten him to obtain a
statement, but his accusation
was denied by police officers
who were called as prosecution
witnesses by ( rown Counsel
Mrs. Janet Bostwick.
In an address to the jury, heli
called on them to acquit him as
he felt the evidence had not
substantiated the charge. lie
also said he had been wrongly
arrested, deprived of bail in the
lower court and his rights
intruded upon when he was
imprisoned at a place that was
"unsanitary and inhumane."
lie was not in very good
health anti was suffering from
claustrophobia he told the
Jury.
WANTS FRI:DOM
Further, he had been
deprived of his freedom when
this country achieved
nationhood, he said.
Before sentencing Knowles,
Chief Justice Knowles told hinm
of how serious the offence was.
"What you did was a very
despicable thing," he told the
accused. "The law provides a


serious penalty tor this you
could go to prison for life. If
you were an older inan, I
would give you a longer
sentence than I intend," the
Chief Justice saiid
"You hve tru:ed the life ot
tins young girl. However I hope'
thai she will recover from thiis
incident. I leaving heard the
circumstances of tills case. they
least sentence that I can pass
upon you is that of ten years in
prison. Now, you can appeal
this sentence if you like. That
is your right," Chief Justice
Knowles told him.

5- month-old baby

dies in accident
SI AN Ami hrister, a
fivc-month-iiold hab. died on
SatI lrda.y eight aifte attempts
failed to rcscti hiiii I from
between a bureau and the bed
froi which lie fell at his hiome.
According to police reports,
Marie Rolle (lie 24-year-old
,waitress mother of lthe baby
wVentt to work and left iii in
the care of her sister, Wirufred
Butler, 18. ,it her house on
( IoletamI's I mne tl Wulllf
Road
MNsI Bhutler. it is reported.
went toi the pu1pl to gel water
When she relitIrned onie of the
other children sleeping in the
room with the biaby. told her
that the child had fallen
between thlie bed and the
biureati
After IaIilig to rescue the
baby herself. Miss Butler
became alarmed and notified
thie neiglhbours, \ho also tried
to free the baby. bullt t.led.
lie police were then called
to the scene, but by the time
they' got the infant from where
lie was wedged lie was dead.
A police spokesman said
that the incident is still under
investigation.
ACQUITTED OF RAPE
ALFREDI) Solomon Bauld,
an Augusta Street gardener and
caretaker accused of raping a
('oconut (iorve resident on
September 24 last year has
been acquitted b\ a Supreme
Court jury which found himn
not guilty
Bauld was ordered released


The nightly robberies, many
at gun-point, began about three
months ago and have hit every
section of New Providence but
more specificallI the Grove
area. In a number ol cases
there have also been rape
attacks.
Anywhere tfrum four to six
case,; are repturted nightly to
police, Th e I'ribune
understands.
One iron xo irks imanaer
confirmed that the demand for
grills is so heay that his finn
cannot keep up with requests.
He said that the company's
business, whi :h have been just
average about t\ o Imontnhs ago,
now has such a large number of
orders that "we cannot keep
up with them
Many customers are staying
in hotels or with friends until
their houses an be barred.
TWO MORI
tPolice reported two other
break-ins last night. The first
was at the Nassau Street home
of taxi driver Rubin Knowles.
Mr Knowles' pants pocket was
rifled while he was asleep and
cash and the keys to his taxi
stolen, as was his taxi. No.21l.
Ilertz Rentals on Blake
Road was also broken into and
the safe tampered with.
'I his morning Laura Wong ot
Rodgers (Corner, off Blue 111ll.
reported that S500 was stolen
from her purse. She told police
she missed the monev alter
two tmen had left her store.
At Freeport Saturday night
thieves made off with the
400 -pound safe from the
National Car Rentals ofttfices on
Queen's I highway The sate
contained some cash. hbut
mainly ledgers.
A spokesman fuor the
company said that entry was
made through a back doot.
Here was a security patrol oni
duty but they reportedly saw
nothing, and the break-in was
not discovered until Mondai
morning.
DINO'S lOO
Dino's Department Store on
Market Street was broken into
sometime Sunday night and
$500 worth of shoes, pants,
shirts, underwear and stockings
stolen, as well as $50 cash.


Entry was 111a
removing the ventil
located close to the ce
According to Mr.
Tiliacos. owner of t
the thice or thieves a
to make their geta
forcing the main door
unable to do so becau
double lock They the
way of thet fail vent.
Mr. Tiliacos said he
to his store Sunday a
and everything was in
that time. When hi
Monday morning,
goods were strewn all
floor


Prime Minister admires flower pot
SAN SALVADOR, July 24 -- Prime Minister L.O. Pindling right, admires a flower po
one of the exhibits in local pottery at the Central Secondary School at San Salvador. M
Pindling visited the island during the past week-end to take part in the office
Independence celebrations. They included a dinner given by Columbus Landings at tl
Riding Rock Inn; a float parade and an all-faith service in the grounds of ti
Administrative Building at Cockburn Town. Left to right are: The newly appointed
Ambassador to the United States and United Nations, the Hon. L. B. Johnson: tl
Minister of Works, the Hon. Simeon Bowe; Mr. Sterling Miller, local artist and preached
Miss Drusilla Blocker a student of the Central Secondary School and Mr. Pindling.



Bahamian woman sociologist focus



attention on Haitian immigrants w


make up


5p.c. of our population


HAITIAN IMMIGRANTS MAKE UP 15 PER CENT of the total population of the Baham;
are estimated at between 20 to 25.000, Mrs. Dawn Marshall, a Bahamian sociologist. disclo
the second meeting of the Caribbean Federation for Mental Health Conference being held
Uriah McPhee Primary School on Kemp Road.


Mrs. Marshall's paper.
"M igra tion and Mental

FLAMINGO STILL

FLIES TO HAITI
A SPOKI SMMA\N ir
1"laiinngo Airlines said todi,li
that the airline, conitrl!r\ tit
Tribune story oin Jiul\ 2 had1
not closed, biut w ,as continIintig
Io operate certain routes
M r. Iloria e \ il ler.
Acco LI[i)ntantl with 1 ,1la1iiII:I n
\lrlnes. sild that the auiihnw
w as still u t'lAt.in:g ,
lwic e- eeklx se'r\ice ti, I) in .i
and I'ort tau Prne ll.t ti
Said \M M\illei
*"''l'tattiL'nu o iie\er it atdi' ,i t
iiiuolit emen'i l'it whaietier ,tis o
an\ clos re I lit the t iirtl e (ir
intent to ceast e ope-ra[ion
eoinpletel\
*".t otr Itence tt) operate
certain routes wi e t[I11hti I lhe
Bahaitmas x\was not renewed lI'
(;overnilmenit after Juine !-th
anld such routes were' !' t hi'
sericed as of Jitune IS'l i t'\
Blitlhaiiiasair we adl ,isetJ >iir
statf accordlingl) olt 11
t cetssity to reduce stall is we
would itnot t he servicing thc i'
'rutes
*l"latnuijgo continues to
operate as a separate a.nd
C\isti g entity and contintuesI
twice-weekl\ service to lrin i at i
.1 1d PortA ti-Prince H if, i !,


ide bi e' i d e n c e d b \)
ator fan .ilvertisemen t locall.u
iling. Certain sal.ir\ in re.i'e-
Mitchell xwere e'ffected before i id,,l n'I
he store. .itCIr flie aninoltnct nCii l thatI ,
attempted out Island Airways l\a-I I he
iwav bi meiged with Bahlianiu.is.a
but were Indeed such increases were ,is a
ise of the result of a review begin I ist
en left by November."
In announcing the foii tion
iihad gone the Bahamas' national 1lagi
had gton' carrier in the IHouse ol
I otenri0 \ssembly on May (I the hlon
orr arv ( lenient Maynard, Minister it
however. I tourism. said that most ol the
oever tL work of the (Goveriinwnt 's
\lrhlne Negotiating C('onirutee
w as "'concerned w itlh
negotiations with the t xistng
sheduled domestic carrilrt s 'I
I lie negotiations with (uti
Island Airways and Flalming
Airways were "to acquire their
assets and phase them tout as
(Clarence the services are taken over by
with this the new National flag carter
"Negotiations," said lthe
are being \Minister, "have been concluded
charge of with Out Island Airways and
party" leads of Agreement signed
ported a negotiationss are continuing
d member .\ith Flamingo Airlines
ailing for Bahamasair, the new airline.
ferendum ,ow flies the domestic andi
liahamnas-Florida routes
to the lihamasair is operated b\
er Leader liahamian Air Carrier
(IIoldings) Ltd.


!cHalth." focused mainly y n a
group of Ilaitians living in ihe
C(arnlihael Road area.
She said that during the last
25 years the Bahanmas ihad
becoeC a county l1 t
iiunniigrationI, receiving iil t'li nts
particularly trom the I .5 .S
ILiiti. the L;.K., Turks Island,
and Jamaica.
These iinlliml rallt s ti; e tilp
almost 20 per ceni A I lit
BSihla II iaid pi t pt il.I5 I )i .i d(I
HaitiJ ns alone mIde 11 ;' I s o IeI
,-c nt o! i e ttni l

e\ilns 'ei'l. twtais '' .1 tlih]l
c'ti '111 cd Wtun .i1 ii 11lv
disruptive prc ,s Jn w hich
in individual tiA , i t. t ,
anfi i stresses w\ which I lihlt
rei ult in pool mental hli.ill h.
I I' (arCa l ichael lInlians
] ira ed to iiiilnnt.111 vi tood
mental health b\ isIlaii ing.
I lihemsel'\es tro l lintei action
with Balianiai i. x Bi ccli ute the%
entered lhe jlu ia iii il all\ .
it was nell eHsai r l r tlhi toI
a w id c n taic t t lith l i',llm i nll ls

Jni v ii d it hi' 2 o .1 I i t l'.
I a nit i ntill i vi it
1 einiorced li\ llhe I.I. I l thail

i ia h a ilit i al i i l t I s i l' ii lit
('r i it x itteli iwilli's

\1rs M.nshall ,)bseicd iat
one ofl the basic ilneedLs io a
migrant in a new en\ i ii lnienlit
is J groutip to wich hle can
belong, w ith whvi, he c anl
Identity 'Iiunl wiIh \ which hli
shiaris itnn ttnitii e huts

C arm icli el I s Iit 'hltI. tr 1 i
, 'cd hI I be i ,\ I rt'int,
though h I\ ltno I tIiCj t :i
unco nIt In o1tne." "A closet ll inte i'.ried Haitiiian
coiiinunly hIas dceloped in11
Carnichael. w lich supplies
miany of the needs ot lihe
HIaitian migrants il,, lcIe." In1
other words." she added, "thel
IHaitiants have used tIhe
l r i Il i t at i ti e t iC \ s i t a I
etnvironletll of CarmIchael as a
base on which they have built
lieir own community. 'lius
the necessity for interaction
with thle receiving Bahamian
environment ist keptt to a
miniints 'y "
ADAto pea .\TION
Mrs. Marshall stated that the
result of this type of
environment is good mental
health, but at tlhe c\pense ot
true adaptation.
According to hei, the basic
aimn of the Haitian migration to
the Bahamas is economic. The
Haitian says he has come to
Nassau "to seek life", she
continued, "But most of the
migrants are not only
unskilled, but also illiterate and
unable to speak English, so
they have to seek jobs as
unskilled labourers.
Mrs. Marshall also revealed


It hl tlie uiii rliplo
sit i at i n 3 a n1 i I g
respoilentts was mie l'
than is indicated by r
She also said that o lain
support of a partner w
Ionl'y ilieals situr iital
Bahamias for the
wom 1an, since it I is
impossible fm I lihei i ge
She did stale tiiiughl,
is likely I the l aititans li
iassau itself wt )ild. n ti l

arm ilit l hI I salt I a:l .
"It it It' (i iv 't iIcIlt i" s.I
M marshall. "III h .n a'c11
index wvhlchi 'tild 11
Sti S ti' iaI initIx c liJ I "'n bu
l ie C'arni i iIha l ilaitiin
Ikahll an ia s In ,111', ias
, l)Inl i l lId. "pI i sical is
is i. laclto wI lic h in l iSt
(aitinaich el it el is i
p () p u I a t i t' i xx I
unt dei deelped ireip c '
n tiles sii nl lh-west i 'I Ni
I" h cr c IS nM ) h u I
Sti'r',ic and Iiitixix .h
pli i dvI ll, eaich Iii
lhle\ can nud ai t l in
\ 11l, is `` i lh ll 1'' l t i k .
\ assau I rori lie h
CAIl chl ael Roa'I i," sh
theree is littlCe e itte e
Hllitlan cov l niintit l \ ,
lialians' live awai \ t i
Illain road., In hi, ling] -
locaH ti s lh7i\t It he ki
lheiy ,il l(e lotd o. ;iil.-
Sli e' s |' >k e Js l:i I
nl d Ih l l hle ii iitt
l1ji i d ,i;is \ e ie
Blili dminu ln l s. A n\ii
'\ai clnit nIm d tI hal llt.
milore lihan sixt B
iIeI dIs sLI he s,"ld, wotli
tleii empi)t M ers andi
families, o en tilthough
unlikely\ tha Ithis t
fi iendshlIp bonds
develop 1mv employ
plo\ ie reltitfonship.
DILLET'S DAUGH
DIES ON VACATI
MRS. \11ARI!
Garland, 70, of lon
New York, died Jul. 1
vacationing in ilawaii.
Mrs. Dillet wv.':s the d
of the late Mr. anid M
Dillet ot Nassau.
survived by one son Ied
New York, five brother
of Detroit Michigan an
Bernard, John and A
Dillet all of Nassau,
sisters, Mrs. Tennessee I
Miami, Fla., and Mrs
Moore, Miss Daisy Dill
Phyllis Harris, Mrs.
Skees and Mrs. Norm.
all of Nassau.
Funeral services we
last Friday at the Churi
James the Less, Jamaic
Isla nd.


T1111 TRIBUNAL whivh is
to hear the case of the three
dissenting Free National
Movement m embers is
expected to be named this
week.
Acting party leader Orville
Turnquest said that party
action had been held up
because of the Bains Town
by-election but the matter
against Sir Roland Symonette
(FNM-Shirlea), Mr,. Cleophas
Adderlev (Nassau) and Mr.


Michael Lightbourn
Town) will be dealt
week.
The three men
called to answer a
"fragmenting the
because they sup]
resolution by expelle
Errington Watkins c
an independence re
for Abaco.
Their action led
resignation of form
Kendal lsaacs.


I iNK- SMEARED


bars;


)ilet return to Nassau on Friday
Island, from New York
3 while HURRICANE SUPPLEMENT
THI TRIBUNE today
laughter publishes a special 8-page
rs. Fred Hurricane Supplement with
She is this issue. Keep the special
Iward of Hurricane Tracking Chart on
'rs, Eric the front page to plot the
id Jean, course of any storms this
knthony season.


and six
Isaacs of
s. Hazel
let, Mrs.
Shirley
a Allen,

ere held
ch of St.
ca, Long


ACTIONS OF

ST. ANDREW'S

BOARD TO BE

DISCUSSED AT

AUG. 7 MEETING
ST. ANDREW'S School
Board, faced with 207 poll
votes representing
shareholders' signatures, have
now agreed to call an
extraordinary general meeting
to discuss "the actions of the
Board in not renewing the
contract of Mr John Chaplin."
The meeting is set for 7:30
p.m. Tuesday, August 7, at the
school's premises on Yamacraw
Road.
Mr. Chaplin was dismissed
S by tile Board of Directors on
June 18 after 19 years service.
lie is now in the U.K. with his
wife, Jean, and two children,
Joy and Ken.
In a letter of acknowledge-
men t from Mrs. D. M.
tr Chappelle, secretary to the
ial Board of Directors of
he St.Andrew's School Ltd., to
he Dr. S. T. Sweeting head of the
ed Parents Committee, Mrs.
he Chappelle says the meeting is
er; being called:
"To receive a report from
the Board of Directors.
e "To discuss the action of
the Board of Directors in not
l renewing the contract of Mr.
John Chaplin."
% A member of the company,
entitled to attend and vote at
ho such a neeting"may appoint a
proxy to attend and vote in his
stead, and such proxy need not
he a nmenber of the company,"
the secretary said.
RI'INSTATLMENT
In a subsequent letter from
asand Dr. Sweeting asking that the
sed at notice convening the meeting
at the "indicate that the purpose of
the meeting is to consider the
)yvmint reinstatement of Mr. John
t hi Chaplin as Headmaster and the
serious appointment of a committee to
reports investigate the causes of the
ing the dispute between the Board and
Vas the Mr. Chaplin and to consider
in the any resolution arising
Haitian therefrom", the secretary
also replied:
t a job. "Ma\ 1 point out that in
that it iour soliciting the shareholders
ving in of the company to sign the
su tfer petition which you forwarded
as thle to ile on the 19th of July, it
was apparently understood by
those shareholders who signed
l i rs. the petition that the purpose
s single was 'to discuss the action of
iuleasUre the Board in not renewing the
nis cen contract of Mr. Chaplin.
1", and "It wouldd be improper, in
C,'" she the opinion of the Board, to
ol tion give hthe notice which you now
pjVrItie. suggest in your letter ot July
,.i'rsely 20th." Mrs. Chappelle wrote.
c I 5 Parents have been trying
hlrtI' elln unsuccessfully since the firing
oft Mr. Chaplin to have the
!lnet\ Board call an extraordinary
iave to general m meeting.
Shen The Board said that their
dln\er position was "irrevocable" and
hluin to refused to i call the meeting.
Illain The parents committee then
ild ed, solicited the necessary poll
lii the votes to call such a meeting
ir the themselves. Although only 169
ml the votes are required, the
wshuose committee secured 207 votes
lown it with other pledges offered
1 he shareholders then
i instructed thec Board under
ulsuu arlicle 40 ot the Articles of
ills; t N Issoctation to call a meeting
1 thi't withoutt delayy" T'he August 7
Sthose mtiteeng is being called as the
i\ hadn result of this directive.
thamiua DIANA McKINNEY

Stheur ENGAGED IN LONDON
i it is THI' ItNGAGEMENT was
ype of announced in London between
would Mr Philip Harari of 8 Cheyne
iver-emv- Gardens. London, S.W. 1, and
Mrs Diana McKinney, widow
of the late Donald McKinney,
tTER of Saffron Hiill, Nassau.
ON Mrs. McKinney plans to


FNM TRIBUNAL TO HEAR

DISSIDENTS THIS WEEK


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STRACHAN NOW DISCLOSES KHADAFY RETURNS 31-DAY ORDEAL ENDS


Haldeman told me



after break-in:'Make I



sure our files cl e an9

By Harry F. Rosenthal
WASHINGTON (AP) Gordon Strachan testified Monday
that his former White House boss, R. Haldeman, instructed
him after the Watergate break-in to "make sure our files are


QUEEN GIVES FORMAL CONSENT TO MARRIAGE
LONI)ON (AP)-Queein I li/abth 1II .'av htier toril:I cLcIIint I uI,-sda to
her daughter, Priicess Anne, to marrs ('apt. MarC k I'rhillip, IltILkinglian
Palace announced.
That came six \seeks after iBuckingham Palate at iouinted tie couple
were engaged after a hide-and-seek roniancc with Britanl's press and will
wed Nov. 14.
The Royal consent, announced by Huckingihail Palace is unectewsary under
the Royal Marriages Act .f 1772.
That act was passed after King t;eorge III's brother, the Duke oi
Gloucester. married the illegitimate daughter ol ia inillincr.
NIXON DENIES ACCESS TO TAPES
WASHINGTON (Al')-President Nixon Mondas flatly denied requests bty
the Senate Watergate committee and the special prosecutor for
tape-recordings of his personal conversations about the bugging. The
President said he is ac ting to keep the tapes under his personal control to
preserve the separation of powers.
Nixon said the tapes wouldn't settle questions about his personal
involvement in the scandal anyw ay. lHe said tie listened to" sloe of the
tapes and that to his ear, they support his owni denials. But lie says they
could be interpreted ditlerently hi others. ( S I S'I)RItI S I llS PA;AG ).
BELIEVES DEAN TOLD TRUTH SAYS STRACHAN
WASHINGTON IN-(A -Ilornmer presidential aide (ordon Strachan
testified Mondas that after the Watergate hbreak-in last sear. Ils boss, 1i. R
laldemain, calmly ordered him to make sure their tiles are clean. Stratihan
also told the Senate \Watergate committee that during the 1972 presidential
primaries, lHaldemnan o ordered Watergate conspirator (ordon Iiddy Ito
gather information .in tlie DIem)ocratic candidates.
Strachan said hornier 5White House counsel John Iean hlid never lied ti
him, and says he believes Dean is telling the truth in an using Haldemian,
President Nixon and fornier White House adviser John t hrlichinan of
complicity in the \5aterigatc cover-up.

SYMINGTON QUESTIONS SOURCE OF MONEY
\\ ASiHINGTO(N (,\1')-Deftense Secretarv Schlesinger sa s lie believes tile
Pentagon's falsification iit reports to hide (ambodia biomliiig raids in 1919
and 1970 was, as tic put it. "a little less than perfect." Sclilesinger made
tihe brief remark in response to newsmen's questions a s ie arrived tor a
iloscd hearing in Ithe IHouse on U.S. military aid to Indochina.
tcmitocratic Seniator Stuart Ssmningtoi oi Missouri charged todta that
the inmoey tor the secret Caibitdian b onbingi must hac been obtained
undi,.-r false pretenses. Syiinigtoim iIs tie, 1 utt1g ethaiillaril ot thie Senate
arnei Scervices tColimitiit suititt 's iu bcomg inicreasiiisl clcar the
ioililinlttee has heeii denied details It actual C.niib dihai ii peratlni s li ser cr
period oft sears.
TRAIN-TRUCK COLLISION IN JAMAICA 7 DEAD
KIN(;SI(TON, JIMAIl A (AP--Seven persons wre dead and 17 injured
after a train ind a truck collided .30 miles west i" Kingston, po1llce said
I ive persons were killed instantly and tswo others died ,it a hospital.
authoritiess nid ithi tilhe crash 'icurred Saturdai night at a railtvay
rissinig. I urthiecr details \crc not imniiediatecli atailabhe,

PLANE CRASHES IN THUNDERSTORM 36 KILLED
SI. 1I 01IS, Jul\ 23 (\l')-An ()/ark Air l ines turh jel alpproaclliing St.
I iils il a blinding thunderstorm trashed in .a subiurliban residential area
Miiinda.l% night. A spokesman for the Louni mediic-al c-\ainiler'-s 1ffike said
.16 .I the 45 persons on hoard \welre killed.
ARRESTED WHEN HE TRIED TO DELIVER COCAINE
\%AlIIN(;I'()N (AIP)--A former high Cubatn ev-\ctriiii (ift llficial under
Prim,' ministerr I idel (Casr w\as arrested tod1.\ in a Nes ork iotel as lie
a itteiped I, deliver 15' pounds lt ualllne to a i ermnlent agent.
Ilie drug s quad said thai I miliou Auguslin hBarres ranijiil w:is arrested ai
tie Hotel Taft as lie attempted toi dcelier the cocaine, valued at $2.3.
lnilhlin.
Itarres. a naturalued II S citizen. has a net personal worth of more than
$2 million, officials said. In C('uh.. hie cse d as e is sistallnt secretary for
ciuniiunication and held a high post in thle i Ii, s\as to be arraigned before the I'.S. in.iaslrltre tnr the southern
district of Nesw York.
MARIJUANA DROPPED ON P. R. AIRSTRIP
S\N I(AN, I.. I. (P)--lolice said today\ that 401 pounds ofit marijuana
th lt originated in Jamaica was drtriippled on an isolated air strip in Western
Puerto, Ricu.
( apt. Angel David (Ion/alet oft lihague/. said that the narcotics valued
at 16.000 was dropped in bags owned h\ a hotel in Jamaica.
He .l so aid a reolber was hidden iawa in one otf the ba.igs.
FRENCH FORCE INTRUDERS TO LEAVE TEST ZONE
\, \11tlN(;GI ON ( 1PI)--t rance has informed the IUnited States
government that stine 16 passengers and trew membiners of the U.S.-owned
"Inri" have bcen llouwn to the tins island ofl Hau in the South Pacific after
t they refused to leave the scene of I rench nuclear tests.
The 70-foot ocean-going vacht, captained in David Moodie. was towed
out of the danger zone by the French navy and is now secured in the atoll
of Mururoa.
'AcLording toi the report troum I rench authorities, some fi\e Americans,
five or six -rench, and several Australians and New /ealanders aboard the
I ri were given the option ,it returning to their yacht if they agreed to lease
the test zone. But the group did not give such assurances.
A I rench government report ,was made after the United States expressed
cliL-ernu over the welfare and satet iof the passengers and crews arid asked
ter ai full report on the incident.
SI tic State DIepartment said Mondas that the group is at ihcerts and not
under ,onfinueent. but their \ill noitl he permitted to leave the island until
thle tests are concluded. Juiidong b past experience, this 1Auld imeaCi ai
period of several weeks.
The I renchi maintain an ii rstrip and .1 small installationI on Hal. l little
else i, known here about liiw island rr its, aL Llluiilnodations.

PERU BREAKS RELATIONS WITH FRANCE
I IMA PtRL' (.AP'l-l'eru's military go-ernnl.-Int s-cercd diplIIhiatic
relations with I rance ii \ ild,i aind said ties will not be rc-st-ablishcd
until I ranice "halts once and for all its nuclear testing."
fhe break was aiinounl ed1 bc the Prinme Minister, (en. I dga.irdo Mercad
Jarrin, lollowirlg a special ieetinlg ,of the ,Council of Ministers.
The ineeting was Lailed tol discuss the nuclear test F-ranie carried out
Saturday over thIe Muururoa Atoll in the Suth Pacific.
in breaking relations Peru made pgId a threat issued bh Pr'esident Juanl
Velasco) Aarado on Aug. 1, 1971, ll a telegaini to I rench l residentt
(le, rges r 'gltl pihdou.
LEGENDARY ATLANTIS SIGHTED?
('ADIZ (API)-An \nierican iscienlticc expedition trying to find the
legendary continent il Atlantisi oil the southern Spanishi coast is still
awaiting permission tor further exploration from the Spaniish authorities,
Johlin Sims, press olfier fi>r thle eleditlion, said Monday.
Ilhe expedition miiade two dises during its stash in this southern Spanish
tils list seek.,
Mrs. Marine -lier L--diru cl-or ,,I \MRA (Ancient Mcditerranean
Hcsa.irch Assolallion li ll L Ii on, til expedition had said it lias no
phtoti'igraphit evsldele Let I. support reports it may have spotted ruins
Irom Atlantis.
Hut she added she still believes in the reports of divers w'io said theyc
sighted "man made roads and columns" during the first dive earlier last
week off the southern Splanish coast.
The second underwater search -was made Tuesday but water conditions
Silns said no more hies ihad been made since l uesdai because oft
trouble with the Spanish authorities over permission. IHe gave no timetable
for the next underwater search.
I he six-week expedition includes 50 scientists, divers, students and
professors and is sponsored by Pepperdine College in Ios Angeles, Calif.


clean."
As ai result. Stricaliain told
the Scn .at W.atcrgate
cl iiitiilit hlie shrclcddcd a
2 :-niii tl il-oh iill'ieiort anduii in
Wllhiclh hic had advised
ilihdenian that a S300.000
s o |p i s t I Ited political
inlclligcLnc gathering system
repOrtcdl\ hadil been approved
hI loilLTr \tt. Gen. John N
Mitchtcll
Meiinwhile. President Nixon
inloinied chairman Samn J.
Ir-nin Jr., (D-N.C.) that he will
not supply) tapes of presidential
con erisations, but that he will
address hiintself publicl to the
subjects the commiti t tel' is
investigating
Nor, said the President, will
the tape's he given to Watergate
special prosecutor Archibald
Coi
I het coilliln Ittee met inll
S\ecul ic session to cmisidler
its respoiisc to lie tutrndownt
ain event likely to produce a
head-on confrontation between
the executive and legislative
branches
The President said "thie
tipc's would not finally settle
the' issues before \ our
ommittltee .. the tapes are
entirely consistent with what 1
kiiow to be the truth and what
I iiJcv' stated to be the truth."
Nixonts reasons were set outl
Ill a letter signed bh ('Chirles
:\lan Wright, a University ofc
I cxas professor of law:
"Plroduiction of t he1 the
tpcsi would lead to their use
in the courts and questions ofu
separation of powers are iii the
forefront when the most
confidential documents of the
presidency are sought 111 the
judicial branch."
I lie President told the
coii littec he had personally
listened to a number of the
tape recordings made of
com ersations in his offices and
over the telephone. A former
White House aide. Alexander P.
Butterfield. revealed the
existence of the recordings a
week ago.
Stracf'an told the committee
llaldeman ordered in the spring
of 1972 that G. Gordon Liddy
transfer his intelligence
activities from Sen. Edmund S.
Muskie. (D-Maine) to Sen.


TEXT OF NIXON'S LETTER

WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon Monday denied
requests to supply tape recordings of his personal conversations
about the wiretapping scandal. The Senate Watergate Committee
responded by unanimously authorizing a subpoena for them, and
special Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox said he also would


seek a subpoena.
Sen. Howard II. Baker Jr.,
(R-Tenn.) the committee's vice
chairman, said the panel also
authorized a subpoena for
presidential documents which
it has been seeking.
Baker said the vote of the
bipartisan seven-man
committee was unanimous. At
least two republicans had
earlier voiced reservations
about the constitutional power
of the panel to subpoena tapes
and papers.
Nixon's refusal, followed by
the two subpoena decisions,
appeared to set the stage for a
two-front constitutional battle
that will spill into the courts.
The following is the text of
the letter President Nixon sent
Monday to Sen. Sam J. I rvin
Jr., rejecting use of presidential
tapes in the Senate Watergate
investigation:
'Mr. Chairman:
I have considered your
request that I permit the
committee to have access to
tapes of my private
conversations with a number
of my closest aides. I have
concluded that the principles
stated in my letter to you of
July 6 preclude me froni
complying with that request,
and I shall not do so. Indeed,
the special nature ol tape
record ings of private
conversations is such that these
principles apply with even
greater force to tapes of private
presidential conversations than
to presidential papers
If release of the tapes would
settle the central questions at
issue in the Watergate inquiries,
then their disclosure might
serve a substantial public
interest that would have to be
weighed very carefully against
the negatives of disclosure
The fact is that the tapes
would not finally settle the
central issues before your
committee. Before their
existence became publicly
known, I personally listened to
a number of them. The tapes


are entirely consistent with
what I know to be the truth
and what I have stated to be
the truth.
However, as in any verbatim
recording of informal
conversations, they contain
comments that persons with
different perspectives and
motivations would inevitably
interpret in different ways.
Furthermore, there are
inseparably interspersed in
them a great many very frank
and very private comments, on
a wide range of issues and
individuals, wholly extraneous
to the committee's inquiry.
Even more important, the
tapes could be accurately
understood or interpreted only
by reference to an enormous
number of other documents
and tapes, so that to open
them all would begin an
endless process of disclosure
and explanation of private
presidential records totally
unrelated to Watergate, and
highly confidential in nature.
They are the clearest
possible example of why
presidential documents must
be kept confidential.
Accordingly, the tapes,
which have been under my sole
personal control, will remain
so. None has been transcribed
or made public and none will
be.
On May 22 I described my
knowledge of the Watergate
matter and its aftermath in
categorical and unambiguous
terms that I know to be true.
In my letter of July 6, I
informed you that at an
appropriate time during the
hearings I intend to address
publicly the subjects you are
considering. I still intend to do
so and in a way that preserves
the constitutional principle of
separations of powers, and thus
serves the interest not just of
the Congress or of the
President, but of the people.
Sincerely,
RICHARD NIXON


(cGorge McGovern, ID.S.D.)
iGo.(;wern then was emerging
as tile strongest contender for
the Democratic presidential
nomination.
"-Hle was particularly
interested in the area of
political intelligence and
int formation about Sen.
(I i ward M) Kennedy."
Strdchan said of Ilaldeman.
Without specifying the date,
Strachan told of being
suitmmoned to HIaldeman's
White House office.
"'le told me to contact Mr
Liddy and tell him to transfer
whatever capability he had
from Muskie to McGovern with
particular interest in
discovering what the
connection between McGovern
and Sen. Kennedy was,"
Stiachan said.
lie added that he called
laiddy into his office and
literally read the statement to
liiin.
Q. Could you describe what
\lr Liddy did, if anything?'.'
\ Yes. Mr. Liddy reached
iver and turned on the radio
Q Do you know why he did
thatt,
A Well, I have heard
descriptions later that is whait
you do if you want to drown
out and prevent a bug from
picking up the conversation.
Q. Did you in fact have anyt
cbug in the room at that timn',
A. I have no way of
knowing.
Q. Did you know what
capabilities he was referring to?
A. No, I didn't except I
suspected that there were
plants in the Muskie campaign
It was fairly common
knowledge that Muskie's driver
was either in the pay of the
Committee for the Re-election
of the President or supplying
information to us. I presumed
that these employees would be
transferred to Sen. McGovem.
Asked about this, a Muskie
spokesman said: "We had no
suspicion of any of the drivers
at the time."
l throughout the hearings,
now in the eighth week. Liddy
has been pictured as the
engineer of wild schemes
against the Democratic


Egypt last week to demand
that the union be proclaimed
with Egypt.
Egypt termed the march "an
invasion," and Khadafy said it
was a surprise to him as it was
to Egypt. The marchers later
returned to Libyan soil after
Egypt dynamited the road.
TO MAKE ASSAULT ON
SHIP ANDREA DORIA
IAIRHAVIN, MASSACHU-
SFTTS (AP')-Two Scuba divers
plan to dive 245 feet to the ocean
floor Tuesday for a 10-day salvage
assault on the Andrea Doria, a
sunken ocean liner that has eluded
treasure hunters for 17 years.
In 1956, when the Italian luxury
liner and a Swedish ship collided in
heavy fog 45 miles off Nantucket
Island, the Doria was considered a
virtual floating art gallery. Cash,
negotiable bonds, art treasures and
jewelry worth an estimated 4
million dollars reportedly are on
the sunken liner.
The divers say the art, money
and jewelry are still there,
protected by the sharks and deep
waters of the stormy Atlantic.
The divers say they can
overcome problems that foiled
previous expeditions '


Hijackers blow up


Jap jumbo jet



at Benghazi airport


BENGHAZI, LIBYA, JULY 24 (AP) The hijackers of a
Japanese jumbo jetliner blew up the Boeing 747 at the Benghazi
Airport a few minutes after they and their 137 hostages slid down
an emergency chute. The hijackers were arrested.


IS STRONGMAN


OF LIBYA

BtIN(;IIAZ, LIBYA (AP)
(ol Moamninar Khadafy
Withdrew his resignation as
leader of Libya Monday night.
"I now return to my
position." Khadafy said at the
end of a four-hour speech to a
frenzied crowd of, women
tearing their hair and men
weeping.
After Khadafy's speech
pandemonium erupted in the
stadium Ambulances rode
around with headlights blazing
on the soccer field and security
broke down.
Khadafy's return as
strongman of Libya ended a
leadership crisis apparent when
his resignation was announced
last Friday. Since then all
public activity in Libya ceased
as pressure mounted from
those for him. Khadafy said his
resignation was prompted by
lengthy and substantial
differences with Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat over the
projected union of the two
countries.
Khadafy said Monday night
lie would remain as leader of
Libya until the union took
place. If his conditions were
miet, he would stay in his
position, he said ,
'ONLY LEADER'
"If not. then I will take
whatever action I want,"
Khadafy declared as the crowd
chanted "No, no no, you are
the only leader."
Union between Fgypt and
Libya was scheduled for Sept.
I but as the differences
between the two leaders came
out into the open in recent
weeks, there has been
increasing doubts that the date
will be kept. Khadafy
significantly did not mention a
specific target date for the
union, indicating that by
deflating the crisis, he was
giving himself time to sort out
his problems with Sadat.
As word spread through this
seaside town that Khadafy was
staying on, ships in the harbour
blew their horns continuously,
cars careened through the
streets full of celebrating
youths and women gave the
long ululating cry that is the
Arab signal for celebration.
Several times through the
long rambling speech, Khadafy
tried to leave the rostrum but
was prevented by the crowds.
The chanting and screaming
grew so loud that Khadafy
stood for seconds with hands
clasped tightly over his ears.
"All that has happened in
the past few days has proved to
me that I do not possess my
personal freedom. To my
sorrow I have proved to myself
that I am not free in my
personal actions," Khadafy
declared, adding:
READY TO STAY IF
"I say now that I am ready
to stay until the union is
proclaimed and even afterward
if things go in such a way that I
feel I can continue to assume
my responsibility.
"If not, then I will take
whatever action I want."
Twice before in 1973
Khadafy said he would step
down becuase he was
dissatisfied with social progress
in his country, but later
changed his mind.
The latest crisis however was
longer and more serious than
the other two because it
threatened to leave oil-rich
Libya with no executive
authority.
Before Monday night's
speech the Libyan Cabinet had
resigned and the ruling
Revolutionary Comman
Council threatened to step
down unless Khadafy returned
as its chairman.
The impasse was deepened
because of the strained
relations with Egypt which
came out into the open when
30,000 Libyans marched into


Tuesday, July 24, 1973


Passengers and crew
members who had been held
hostage since Friday had run
about a quarter of a mile from
the plane when explosive
charges set by the four
hijackers went off in the
cockpit.
Libyan troops armed with
submachine guns arrested the
four hijackers.
The hijackers who seized the
plane shortly after it took off
from Amsterdam last Friday
kept it on the ground with 139
other persons aboard for nearly
three days at Dubai, a Persian
Gulf sheikdom. Monday they
released an elderly Japanese
couple from among the
passengers, had the plane flown
to Damascus and, after three
hours there, ordered it on to
Libya.
Everybody aboard slid down
the emergency chute after the
plane came to a stop at
Benghazi, on the
Mediterranean coast.
All the hostages looked

AIRPORT SECURITY

HAS CUT DOWN

HIJACKINGS
LONDON (AP) The hijacking
of the Japan Air Lines Boeing 747
could result in a tightening of
airport security that already has
sharply curtailed the Iijacking
craze, international aviation
authorities said Monday.
The JAL jumbo jet was
hijacked Friday just after it had left
Amsterdam on its way to Tokyo via
Anchorage,Alaska, a flight
apparently considered an unlikely
choice for hijackers.
Officials pointed out that
hijackings in 1969 resulted in such
precautions as French soldiers
armed with submachine guns being
posted at Orly Airport. In
Switzerland, armed soldiers ring
incoming flights until it is assured
that the plane is not under terrorist
command.
Millions of dollars worth of
electronic gadgets snoop at airport
for hidden weapons. Sky marshals
posing as businessmen mix with
passengers on flights. Hundreds of
airport personnel dig daily through
passengers' baggage in search of
perhaps a hand grenade stashed
under a neatly piled stack of
underwear.
At Copenhagen airport, trained
sharpshooters armed with rifles
equipped with telescopic sights are
always on standby to cut down
hijackers.
These and other measures
apparently are responsible for there
being fewer than a dozen hijackings
this year, compared with 60 by this
time last year, the International Air
Transport Association said. The
association's members include
almost every major airline.
Twenty-two of the 60 hijackings
by this time last year were
successful. But even that was a
reduction from 1969, a record year
for hijacking, when 73 of 86
attempts were successful.
An Associated Press survey of
some of the world's major airports
shows that they have almost
identical plans to prevent hijackers
from getting aboard aircraft.
But there appears to be a more
casual security at airports used
primarily hy tourists, an apparent
attempt to keep from irking the
travellers.
Spain, whose No. I industry is
tourism, has considerably relaxed
its security measures. Only spot
checks for weapons are made at
Spanish airports now.


__ -- I~ -- -- ~---I


worn out by their 3 V2-day
ordeal, and some appeared on
the verge of collapse.
Security men kept newsmen
and photographers away from
the wreckage of the plane
while the passengers were
loaded into small buses and
taken to the terminal.
Benghazi airport was closed
to civilian traffic after the
blast.
The hijacked Japan Airlines
747 jet took off from
Damascus for an unknown
destination at 10:55 p.m.
Miami time Monday night.
The jetliner left the tiny
Persian Gulf state of Dubai
earlier and flew to Syria after it
was refused permission to land
at airports of two other Arab
capitals.
The 747 took off from
Dubai after the hijackers
received a mysterious message
from West Germany following
more than 90 hours on the
ground at the Dubai Airport
with more than 100 hostages
aboard. An elderly Japanese
couple was freed shortly before
takeoff.
Airport officials in
Damascus announced that the
747, seized over the
Netherlands Friday, landed at
2:35 a.m.
Several high-ranking Syrian
government officials and the
Japanese charge d'affaires in
Damascus were at the airport
when the plane landed.
Newsmen were not allowed
to get close to the plane,
however, and it was not
possible to see what security
precautions had been taken.
The jet, believed to have 133
passengers, including five
hijackers and a crew of 21
aboard, left Dubai at five
minutes past midnight.
REFUSALS
During its 3 !i-hour flight, a
Japan Air Lines official in
Beirut said, it was refused
permission to land at the
Baghdad, Iraq, then Beirut
airports.
Reports from Tel Aviv's Lod
Airport, which was monitoring
the plane's flight closely in the
expectation it might try a
landing in Israel, said the plane
appeared to have mechanical
trouble. Before leaving Dubai
the pilot had asked about
flying conditions at 10,000
feet, a much lower altitude
than the 35,000 feet at which a
747 would normally fly.
The fact that the hijackers
did not appear to have decided
before leaving Dubai precisely
where they would land matched
the pattern of their ?Iight to
Dubai after they hijacked the
plane Friday afternoon shortly
after it took off from
Amsterdam's Schipol
International Airport.
The Arab and Japanese
hijackers claimed to belong to
a guerrilla group called the
"Son of the Occupied
Territories." One of the
Japanese hijackers said at one
stage he belonged to the
Japanese "Red Army" guerrilla
organization.


i


HAITIAN PALACE


EXPLOSIONS 'OF

UNKNOWN ORIGIN'
PORT-AIU-PRINCE, HAITI (AP)
A series of explosions early
Monday damaged Haiti's gleaming
White Palace in downtown
Port-au-Prince.
President Jean-Claude Duvalier,
in a radio broadcast, said that the
explosions originated in a munition
depot close to the palace. The first
blast was recorded about 1:45 a.m.
and the last ended at 6 a.m., more
than four hours later.
The 22-year-old President, his
mother and sister, Maria Denise,
were inside the Palace at the time
of the incident, according to
)uvalier's broadcast.
They were not injured.
Duvalier said, in the taped
broadcast beamed over the Haitian
countryside every half hour, that
"damage was not extensive".
Government authorities,
however, had not been willing to
give damage estimates, or to allow
newsmen to inspect the explosion
area.
A spokesman at the II s
Embassy in Por t-au-Prince
described the blaze as "of unknown
origin". The embassy reportedly
put out a call for all its staff about
2 a.m. The staff remained at their
posts until S a.m.
The blasts were believed to be
concentrated in the middle of the
courtyard near the almost
block-long rectangular palace
structure.
A black-iron fence surrounds the
palace.
An eye witness, newsman Peter
Hall. who was on the scene about
2:30 a.m., reported that
"everything seemed to be taken in a
rather casual way". Hie added that
"plenty of firemen stood around
close to the Palace".
Armed soldiers were on the
street in front of the Palace, and
there were early but unconfirmed
reports that the soldiers .sere
shooting.
Hall suggested that the sound of
exploding cartridges may have
confused onlookers.
The U.S. Embassy also
categorically denied the shooting
reports. "All is calm in the capital",
a spokesman said.
Smoke poured out first floor
windows of the Palace, and a hearv
pall of smoke appeared to have
come from behind the Palace. It
was still there in later afternoon.

Lone survivor

of Pan Am crash
PAPEETE, TAIITI (AP)
Rescue boats with floodlights
searched the sea off Tahiti Mondas
night for victims of the crash of a
Los Angeles-bound Pan American
Jetline. There was only one
known survivor among the 74
persons on board, authorities said.
Pan American here said that
among 45 persons who boarded the
plane at Papeete were 28 Americans
and nine Tahitians, the latter
mostly students returning to the
United States from vacations.
Twelve bodies were recovered
from the surface of the 3.300-foot
deep water where the Boeing 707
crashed within 90 seconds after
departure from this French tourist
haven in the South Pacific, officials
reported.
The plane requested emergency
landing procedures upon arriving
from Auckland, New Zealand,
because of a broken windshield,
they added. The windshield was
replaced before it took off again for
a non-stop flight to Los Angeles,
where a Pan Am official said it was
to continue on to San Franciso.
The water at the crash site, about
two miles north of the entrance to
Papeete harbour, was covered with
fuel and littered with flight bags,
seat cushions and clothing that
snarled the propellers of rescue
craft. Rescue boats searched with
floodlights in a light rain through
the night.
The survivor was identified as a
Canadian, James Campbell.








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Tuesday, July 24, 1973

U 1 0ribunte
NULLIUS ADDICTS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being HBoiT 7',> Swear To, /Ihe Dlgmas 01 Of ,\ llsIr
I IO)N I- I. II'l'i l. l'uhhiiher lFdirr I' 1 441
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Tuesday, July 24, 1973


EDITORIAL

All is vanity


B, I TII:NM NI1)'lP(UCII
THIlE REPORT of the Independetnce celebr:atins it Nassu thit
appeared in /hc lliami I/era/ co i e ed the iii'piess ini that thee
were only cheers :t I I Patk when hlie I n lack \Ias pulled
down.
I felt I sIhoold eCcoid ii nMe A tMi\ a ities the t hat a la L'.
group of Americans. whio vitc' id Till.' ct et' m nsI in a chili
cruising off tlhe e un IIIA toL' 1,+ h' \, :',1,. 011-l1: 10!,,t i C d,'ilm\ [ !.
wept.
I have had n i iCp nrit tft'i I the I ',lit l in \assa.iN b .
for some leasion. I tind nu ist I n liish t\.i : p indifferent to tlie loit i, s i itaditiois that made I ni land t
centre of the gneatest I inpilc IH n i +,
1 witnessed the cel whi ,nso tI V lin I:\ ap: ta nin. it 'it!. l
(ables. I could see lia i a atA l cm\\id assembled at (tltW id i'dii.P k
The newspapers eltinated tihe niittticr it, hle 5), ()i.Hi all the
population of N\ew' Ptivk'5'
I thought ait i' e t i'e l.i' l th IV i 'n .l ;!ih ,, I IIhe
cheering one would ipect on such atn o'Iccasion I have sin'C
checked withlt nteinl'eis of !it\ stuit \ih coveited li 'scutlt and
they report t h:li tV ; p A m r '. .' r '\' l \1 L ' '
seetlled tlo he it lal

Some days after the ce .litat Oli', i Itentds in \e 1\\ ,L -, it iW
clippings from ut/c \ie w ) ,rl lin'.ww. Ilus tn s.spaie'l S ie tpoi i,,
gave a minote ihakol ic,_d io, t w tf w \IcII -,\.lo- L 1,i !,I tt n. n
appeared I 77ih' T /li0'" //!c,',i/
In one of its allicdes on Int la ising cere ,in \ /71 T'Hi,
reported that "' liti'e .et clh\ii.e lt ni thlie C ,\ I I O.i iii .s i, 1
had gatheC ed at \Nassatlu' ( lit i '.i ;,Pi, s. tlIe i, ,\' n,., .' I
I'nion Jack and lie i i sin.ii: t le i e as .i \a Il tii' i.-t.l '
"l '..1- the Illidi light air. H 'i l/i'rc' wcri ls, l/ t, .
Ini another article bh RKilaild Sc ens ci n i li' l'iidlihni'
personality, lie t repoit it lTha; it ,.. I has a i d '.,t !,;i ci ..
In addition to th w R,o i R ce. ihe 'vns a l .i \ i,t a e\lcti'
Cougar and aA -old I11). 1He i, al,., p i ttculai alb til !u\ '. I.l
wardrobe. and is given to Jaslnkis ,and t.i li coloulit ed shilstu ,i
ties, however, ae usutalls co tsciatli\ ce
And nowv. with Sit \ilh llBlk in t tlie Pnuld oill c'l .. il F
installed in tihe ( wovu 'no -'. :, i .1 isot i, i'k 1 i e I P ,t d l l11 1 l6ie
Pindlings are soon to mboe into a halil '; dilla I estate noeai
Prospect Ridge.
Prospect Ridge. tJon!'ri,. ; ,s.ni ala i \!ineri, .T an.ald'.
and Eniglisi h ; illoniaiIie pthi ,1 ls w I sei, i i,.,li' ,li olil icla lhas
recently hectomie the lrompl ng .<.li iuid lor sitomte itti beii s iof lhe
Square Deai l('h h. I ami told f ati n), inidc sol icc !lial : C!!,lldl
ienihbor oft the Siluaie e I)c, (lu( l i:.. ch, ,iiho ,'.i.'iii -e,. cicd \ 'ih
breakW ast in bed c CI O 'i!, i iit I i int; LM nk i '.s ti .t i l tls e iii
this isM what is beint i sai l

Thi is i ll \ il t 11 V !' i l' i t i- ',..:l i,'C l I \\ ;;
thousands of people ha,,e i .'tc n pill I; o ',.I k h \ it lie tct' llici
thle Pindling go'etnment.
BUlt the people seemit lsto 1 i ti \ \a\ \ itnti i li his beeni
outi ot work or ovr ovi two \ai, told o ia menlct i' //,11 Inhi
staff that hlie didn't c i ce itl.'e ne' o'iked aci and lie didn't
care whlat the g et'tin ent did lHe \'i, pl ,- ld it see his colotii
in coinitrol.
It is im posihle to m eis'.ie ''ie \ a lue'l ,,! tlle :n:lss ol people.
especially wh ien lhe t\ a ie :n! itleid It it acil coiisidlei itons I
have always br een conti c lhlat a politicians lot,. e a *pecial blced ol, im al >.i .li
understands the false ,alues held by niit p'oiple anid knows tlo\
to toy with them.
This all reniiiinds tne ot tlie sitsl\ o a t.uan wsih tiade a ciia
deal of money. He had a ca It iillt specially to luintell
Throughout it was finished in cold fitllingts.
In his will lie provided that whien lie died hie as to lie dresi ed
in his finest suit and. with a s\asihbuickling lhat ont hits head. his
body was to he placed behind tlhe wheel ot the cari with a big
cigar in his mouth. e10 wais to be buned in itis position
A great hole I was excavaiiteld ti accoiiiodalt e ihe car and its
dead owner. A.s a ile ck lihtted thie' car andt loweI ed it slowl\ into
the hole, two coli ed latih u \aii'is h i ad t ili llie hin' ole. wsie
leaning oin tleii siht' el ai *I s itne 'sed t!iti Idli itulous s icee
unflt ld.


'"That's cla.ss. ill" on .it ltc 'iie .ked to ihe oth
with a grin spreaditng ac1 e. ii, !i t .'
'ea boy," the otle i. nu dd. "'da;', J .!s., .i'l e

And so tllhere \ t have il cheers and teis i. iigh class,
extravagance and ilo class litiiunge Cl I L side l i side in llie suie
communlll1titV. Alld lhe govei iinient delaetes tha e, i\e to is
happy. I hope the\ re itc ul 'i .tin d events ill elli
This remlinds ile of anl ess i\ i O(livetr ( dosiiiiili wll io
described life as a pageant in whiclih ool1s strulitl :id atie itipoi tantl.
while wise men bustle and lalghi ill the pagceaii.
And 0. lletni\y wites t i hlAt "life is i.ade n ot s1,bs. suit l'es. Iand
smiles, with sniftl es piedolllm in i '"

My wife and I were at a tllend' s ll se l,1 dininCi last tight. In
her magazine rack was a collection otl i7w \ aloiual (;', tgraphic,.
One of the (he'itgra/phics hlid a slors O a ,skull iecentl\
unearthed in Africa of a niaiii \l o Iied lhinee c iliton seais ago
This skull is a million years older lthaii pe\ llous skulls uineatilled
in this region which may prove to he the ciiadle ot ceaii ion
This discovery beings to is\ mind anit ohse vaion li a l literi.
whose name I can't reimembller, who described a ilmani's lile onl
earth as a moment between two etellnillesC, to e intlltuetiicd bi\ all
that has passed and to inltuence all ilit haiipens ini the i utiuiie Ie
urged that we should illumine ourt mICitii h b\i \tClnll ot iew-
And in bleak fractions of out 111 ni,'it'll we ai'e ieCinded oi a l
observation by Carlyle who exclaimed: "Is not ever\ mlieane da t
'the conflux of two eterlities'!"
Certainly we call enrich oui lives wilth s-l)id values anid not be'
impressed by the sight of a dead fool being tloweed into a lioit
propped up behind the wheel of a gilded cal ... tnoi by leaders
who like Nero fiddle while Rome burns.

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Lieutenant Forefman said
were "awaiting the airivai
S dental charts Tfrom another
I' i s't to identity the
disnembii d body.
t lie girl told police the m ili
'! t' ainteid her to the wall by lier
armi aind ankles, whipped her
.i; abegi a ysCries of rapes aind
-l1r se,\ acts whii1h lasted
," ai'.;il '4.1 cim irs
Sitl said sihe was then
;, 1 ;l I'd Io li t i tn he vai aind
a' ifri. 'it i tihe man to ) 'ort
L ajIidcrdale hlie said hli warned
TI tl ie would kill her and tier
'. tsii\ it s 'he told an\ one what

i d I)ad ('iintt y holuicide
sas iei ctive Don Mattliews said


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-Fort Lauderdale police never
followed tup the lead because
"they didn't think the girl was
very reliable. They didn't
believe her story."
lHe said officers were
questioning the girl Sunday but
declined further comment.
tier mother said Saturday
the girl returned home and
stuck by her story.
"She told us the man had
her name, address and phone
number and she's scared to
death he's going to come back
and get her," the mother said.
Matson's parents, Neil and
Mary Matson, said their son
left Ohio July 10 to visit a
brother in Ocala, Fla. He never
arrived.


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Over half cost of National Museum raised Insan, reports


OF THE $98.000 needed for the National 'iscum ,nl!
Research Centre $58,.24 had been collected a,1d ',ih.,-! \' ill-.
Trustees by July 10, a report from the I rItlustes., th.e \NaiSl
Museum and Research Centre said
The report said that painicnts thoin t'ie lind Ai'iiiuintl d lti
$17,340.
The following donations liasc been re ,ie tr, i \.t"i 'us
schools. In somni cases these' aiimoiunt s ic idc l-!:,ii -. ,


individual teachers.

SCHOOL
Senior High

C('.C. Sweeting
R.M. Bailev
(overnmicnt 1igh School

Junior High
A.I-. Adderlev
C.11. Reeves
D.W. Davis
( .1. Gibson
S.C. McPherson
T.G.G;lo er
I O. Nash
L.W Young
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665 BRITISH-American Insurance
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1 /98 income of$1,606,244 or 81 cents
700 per share for the year ended March
358 31. 1973. This compares with
$292,297 or IS cents per share for
470 the prior year. Both years' figures
600 are reported in Bahamian dollars,
344 currently equivalent to U.S. dollars.
Chairman Laurence F. lee, Jr.
500 commented that the substantial
240 improvement in earnings can be
attributed to "substantially larger
realized capital gains. reductions in
20 non-insurance losses, currency
26 revaluation gains, and continued
600.26 profitability of" insurance
1 00 operations".
1245 lihe company reported premium
300 ini inve of $27.6 million, an
3 increase 'if IS per cent froin $24
500 million ai year ago. Accounting for
805 91 per cent of this premium
Sincoine, Mr. Lee noted, is weekly
300 preiniumn or industrial insurance
0 "still the niainstay oif
800 British-Anmerican's activities". te
1008.76 also noted that significant gains
40 were achieved during the past year
1050 in both weekly preniucm fire
10 insurance and ordinary life
1000 insurance.
1215 Mr. Le explained that the net
100 gain from insurance operations ,of
$1.7 million was about equal to last
year's gain but includes a $761.000
provision for contingencies related to
assets in foreign countries.
2 U Reinsurance operations reported
1376 loss of $113,874 and the
unprofitable portion is being
1000 discontinued. Mr. Lee pointed out
that the run-off of these accounts
takes several years so premium
3625 inc,'mc from reinsurance operations
80 ill level off around $5 million
800 annually and shouldl prove
1000 profitable".
800 A realized capital gain from
350 investment operations ftr the latest
fiscal year amounted to $647,785,
600 "a dramatic increase over last year's
150 $82,665". Unrealized capital gains
330 reflecting the excess of market
300 value over cost of portfolio
750 investments improved $436,553 ito
0 a total of $3.4 million.
200 The chairman noted that the
425 company's assets grewv 14 per cent
to a record of $62.6 million. Losses
frovi non-insurance subsidiaries
160 were reduced nearly $400,(000 to a
1090 total of $865,000 for the year. Mr.
l ee indicated that further
reductions in losses troui
vvlion-insurance subsidiaries


1 1, t* t i t I I le I 80ou
ltiin to these amounts the Committee has received
'!:.ne 'o ili niist schools from the proceeds of the raffle. The
".'I'te -.o lianks the following people for donations.
i r. k arns (University ot N. Colarado)
l I 1'. 1 avlor
%in. Side P'iticr, Mr. Ed. Moxey
"'.nias Maillis. Levarity & lsaacs City Meat Markets
\Air!. ii othcr individuals connected with the Ministry ot
f i..iatiii & ( 'ultureC Schools are urged to complete their pledge
av ''l. as possible, a release said.
lie official opening of the museum, which is almost
I' l 1 ; 1 1 14 1


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NASSAU ACADEMY

OF BUSINESS

EASTER ItSULTS
THII PRINt IPAL of the Nassau
Academy of Business. Mrs. Miriam
Curling, has announced the
following examination results for
the Easter Term:
BOOKKI'1EPIN(; SrAG;I I
Aldora R. Claridge. Ruby
Baillou, tuedely Moss. lorna
Williams, Bethel 1). Spencer (all
first class with distinction).
BOOKKE:LPIN(; STA(;F II1
Clarabell A. Strachan, Edl-.ith
Elizabeth Russell, Daphne Marie
Rolle, Iluedely Moss all first
class.
BOOKKEEPIN(; STAGE Ill
Iluedely Moss 2nd class.
TYPING STAG I I
Jacqueline ). Arndhrister
TYPING STAG(; 11
Bethel I). Spencer
SWITCiBt()ARDI) OI) (;race McKeniie. Lmerald
Hlepburn. Stephanie Gibson. Janet
Johnson. Beverls McPhee, Mizpah
Bannister. Betsy Sherman. Anna
llepburn. Donna Moss. Judy Rolle,
Hannah laylor. Delores McPhee.
TLFLF X OP'I RATORS
Ldith Marshall.
Gloria V. l.undy, llorence
Nottage, A. Wright. Beryl
McSsweeny. Margaret (Cuillaumne,
Ena Nottage. Marva Hamilton, Iris
Major.
I RONT I)lSK C'ASHIl IRS
Vienna Brice, J. Redhead. Anna
Bain, Marva r Lee G(ray. ('laudine
Joffer, Nesbitt I erguso.n. 0.
G(ardiner. Janet Nairn.

TREAT POSTPONED
THE 1\1) IP1 \)l \( I treat
for the students of William
Gordon Primary has been
postponed until September 7
at 3 p.m. The treat was
originally scheduled to be held
at the school Thursday.


Toical


Extrintr


Tuesday, July 24, 1973


JOSEPH1 H. Major, 66,5 w-,
died on July 4 and was buri dil
from the Central (Gos -Vwl
Chapel on July 8. was a veter anl
teacher of over 50 years.
Mr. Major was born ail
Dunmore Town. s lliri-ur
Island, the eldest son of t hli
late Mr and Mrs. Joseph Mtih 'r,
lIe started his long tcaliti nig
career as a 14-year-old scili i01l
monitor under the late 'Mi .
S. Hall. head tea-ieh it
Dunlmore Tiown.
During the x ears h c ,11h!
at Harbour Island, t(imhi )lri
the Berr Islands. \ii, ls,
Andros, I leuther.i a 'dl
Sandilands School, IFox It ill,
where tie retired as
head teacher lie was brioul :h-i
out of retirement Iby hi'
Ministry ofi t I ducc.at 1i l t il
given a post at Clarid i 1' Ii ,ld
Prilary School
While at Andro he -lie


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Scars o! loyal service to the
Bahanlas.
lie suitered a heart attack at
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uinil ol tlie Prlincess Margaret
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Tuesday, July 24, 1973


By Abigail Van Buren
C 19f73 Chicag Tribun-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I am a mother and sole bread winner of
three school-age children. I have worked hard to provide
for us since my husband died four years ago.
Recently I landed an ideal job as a housekeeper for a
rather wealthy family. I work three days a week and the
location and pay is excellent.
On a few occasions the husband has come home unex-
pectedly, and when his wife hears his car in the driveway,
she pushes me into a walk-in closet to hide me until she
can get me out without having her husband see me.
When I asked her why she was hiding me, she said I
was her "secret" help, and she didn't want her husband to
know she had as much help as she does. [She has another
woman come three days a week, too, but he knows about
HER.]
Abby, I feel so foolish sneaking around this way, but I
need the money. Should I stay on? What if the husband
finds me one of these times? STIR CRAZY IN THE CLOSET
DEAR STIR: Since the job is ideal and you need the
money, stay there. If the husband finds you, let his wife
explain what you're doing there. If he has a sense of
humor, you're home free.
DEAR ABBY: It seems I have a problem. I am 47 years
old, and last year I married for the second time and my
wife is expecting soon. Since this is the first child I have
ever fathered, and probably my last, I want him to have a
special name. [No argument, please. I KNOW it will be a
boy.]
My surname is "Huffman," so I would like to name our
son "Manhuff." My wife's maiden name is Wolfe, there-
fore I want his middle name to be "Wolfgang," his full
name being, "Manhuff Wolfgang Huffman." [His nickname
would of course be, "Manny."]
My wife objects strenuously. She says it will be a
burden to the boy and people will make fun of him.
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PUZZLE
ACROSS 27 Superlative
ending
29 Dependable
30 Regan's father
l, Nucleic acid 32 Dutch
4 Filches cupboard
8 Rolled tea 34. Frisky
11, Eternity 35. Mental state
12. Give forth 37. Dad
13. Personal 39. "The Goat"
pronoun 44. Deflected
14. Leaf cutter 47. Kiwi
15. Outer bark 48. Shoshonean
17. Deliberately 49. Ivy
19. Neuter 50. Pull
pronoun 51. French spa
20. Poured 52. Acidity


Par time 28 min.


SOLUTION O YESTERDAY' PUZZLE
DOWN
1. Transaction 6. Bishop's cap
2. Not any 7 Fence steps
3. Contra 8. College in
4. Character Cedar Rapids
5. Hebrew 9. Uri's father
measure 10. Branch
8 O 316. Colors
18, Spanish
assent
21. Police picture
96 22. Generation
23. Dairymaid
S24. Shade tree
25. "The Lion"
212 2.3 26. Remote
S -- 28, Disbeliever
29 31. Nation
439I 33. Skillet
36. Caterpillar
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current
S4 2 '43 40. Escalator
inventor
4 fr41. Paris airfield
42. Libertine
543. Ponies
5 44. Flop
45. Eskimo
Featres 7-26 46. Irritate


Housekeeping becomes
What do you think, Abby? If you feel the boy will be
handicapped by such a name, please let rue kniw, as I
have his best interests at heart. JACK !OF ALL TIADESi1
DEAR JACK: Never mind what I think. Since your
wife objects strenuously, forget the "Manhtuff 'Wolfgang,"
and name him "Jack Jr." IPl S. If he s a "she. you'll
have no problem.]
DEAR ABBY: I am a 69-year-old m'an I Hured my
wife five years ago. We had a good life tonge'her. but I


game


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seek


think it is time now for me to get interested in some of the
nice ladies who have been so kind to me these past five
years.
My problem is that I have been paying $13 a year for
the upkeep on my wife's plot. It's not the money that
bothers me, it is the yearly reminder ot mv wife that keeps
me from getting interested in another woman
What do you suggest? NOT FREE YET
D4)EAR NOT: Inquire about the possibility of paying for
the maintenance of the plot for the duration of your life-
time. I'm sure it can be arranged.


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C10597
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 complete5
walled in. Phone 31310 will
consider offers

C 10354
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 212 baths. living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room ont
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 aircortditioning. To
view telephone 2-1 722-3.

C10612
FOR SALE
HOUSE MONTAGU
HEIGHTS. Enclosed grounds.
fruited 100 x 150. Has three
bedrooms 2 baths, furitnished.
Asking $50.000.00 come see
anytime. Old .-, ,.',.r, house
in a high Llass area.
DAMIANOS we sell real
estate Phone 22305, 22033,
41197.


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.
UN FURNI S HED
SEABREEZE. 3 bedrooms 2
baths unfurnished, only
refrigerator stove. Now rented
for $350.00 monthly. Asking
$40,000.00.
Lot MONTAGU HEIGHTS
near school and shopping. Size
118 by 155. Asking only,
$19.500.00.
16 acres with 400 feet frontage
on WULFF ROAD. Ideal for
shopping centre, Drive-in
Theatre, School, or
Commercial Venture, Build
with our New Nation Price
upon inquiry.
HIGHLAND 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 4- 1197

C10344
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House tn i Pi tar 3
bedrooms, 2 bath .-"
dining, kitchen. 'ax tlyi roo,
and carport, utility l- ui- oo -
2 lots of land beaut'f.0.';
furnished, vali t: v i :i e
and drapes thror, qhh :.
Complet-ly walled and lovely
iandscaneu
,i-,rcoitdlitioned thro.ghur
Unusua opportur,t .
telephone 2-1722 3

C10616

SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES
EFFECTIVE TO July 31st

1 Residential lot SC ."
Beach Estates. Pr ce $J00: -j -0
1 Residential Sot E ",tt id
Ridge Price $3000 00
1 6400 sq. ft. Bernard Road
$4000 00
Be one of the te st ter-
purchasers after iridepend- ncL
and receive also a fiee bonus
gift value at $40 00 Call Bill
Real Estate 23921

C 10609
FOR SALE
HOUSE WESTWARD VILLAS
rights to Sandy Beach. ,at
$55,000.00. Now on-!
$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.
C 10611
FOR SALE
HILLTOP GORGEOUS
VIEWS situate Out East 2 .;
level. Enclosed grounds,
swimming pool, patio,
manicured grounds. Spacious 4
bedrooms, plus ground floor
be-r.om, 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.


E TATSEL AER FOR RENT


C10622
NICE LOT neat sea.
McPherson's Bend, 250 ft. x
100 ft., Lights & Watei, Phone
4-1200.
C10610
FOR SALE
12 One bedi oom, hbath,
furnished apartments. Out East
with swimming pool, patio.
Fully rented. GOOD INCOME.
Pr ice negotiable. DIAL
DAMIANOS 22033 evenings
41197.

C 10551
LOVELV 3 bedroom house on
Canal Seabt ee.:e. Inu( ILdes 2
lots flnr':tutte etc. Landscaped
anrd 0i a hear ag trees. A real
bargait. .-t RVOS REAL
ESTATE 22h33, Between
2:30 5:30.
C10624
INDEPEND -NCE SPECIAL
Westward Villa. Super ot 3
bedtoont 2': bath house, with
large . -, area leading
to fouti t arid batk patios,
spaic u s well-appoin ted
kitchen, newl,y renovated and
re dec -orated throughout.
OIt' i isht-l d. t hit itrIticludiin
new ,pplia-t Only $42,000.
This i.,usc i has not been
ad'tt e'wd pic v i.jslv, and will
se!! it icklv To be the first int
tht mar ket, il the owners
to day at 42145 (h.tme) or
28513 officee)


FOR RENT 1

L APG{ I he-l,- :.ri apartment nt.
,r1 -,4 i! ti,';r *d w %ith all m oder r.
-- ,1' r* e n io > e *, ( r ,, T wV o na n'
A.,e E. $200) ptr month.
Ph .'n- 3-123 22693.


C" ; t03 i
HILLCRF ST TOWERS
Splac, toair ? b dr.m 2 bathi
apa rI t1 TI1 !jargo haci ( nv .

pool. hort or lonq term. $375
per no th C n(',ntact 2 .]841
davy.

C10343
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Miontrose Avenue. Basic
furnriture. I bedroom
aircondctiond. washer. To
view teleph(i-i 2-1722-3.
C10524
TWO 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS consisting of

L.,'] ...-n.. basically furnished
Twynam Avenue. Phone
5-8185
C 10288
LITTLE ORCHARD.
COTTAGES ancdaparttments tV
rent daily, weekly or
monthly. Air conditioned -
fully furnished maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
swimming pool. Village. Road.
Call 31297 or 31093.

C10545
NEWLY FURNISHED
apartment with wall to wall
SjiL.- t..-, airconditioned. T.V.
ard laundromat. Located on
Roosevelt Avenue off Mackey
Street. Phone 53301. Live in
comfort.
(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. ard b p.m.

(10332
AI RCONDI TI ONF L) one
bedroom furnished apartment
in Dundas Court, Pyfrrom's
Addition, with laundry room
facilities and master TV
antenna Also large parking
area. For information call
5 3928 or 5-4258.

C 10442
4 BEDROOMS 2 BATH
Sn f u r n iS, h ed h house .
itrcondi tioned, double car
garage, telephone Stapledorn
Gardens Telephone 34815

C10437
Two bedroom partly furnirshe r
apartment, Fastern End ot
Lancaster Street, Shirlea.
Inquire apt. next door

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

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

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


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


Cor position of Bahamas
Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1122
Pages 274 to 280.
The sae ale- subject to a reserve
price and to the tight for the
AuctioneoC or any person on
his behal' to bid up to that
price.
Terms. 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated thr, 28th day of June
A.D. 1973
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.
C10484
KIRK S HI4NS0Y will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbotri Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 3id day of
August 1973, at 12 noon, the
following proper t:-
"ALL that pi-ce parcel ot
lot of land situLate nr the
Western District of the said
Island of New Providence
comprising of a portion of
the Subdivision known as
"Yellow Elder Gaidens"
which has been laid out by
the Department of Housing
according to a Plan Filed in
he o own Lands Office of
the Colony as No. 524 A
N.P. designated as Lot
Number Seventy-three (73)
on the said plan which said
piece parcel or lot of land is
bounded Northwaidly by
Graham Drive in the said
Subdivisiorn and running
thereon Forty (40) feet
EASTWARDLY by a
TWENTY (20) feet strip of
land in the said Subdivision
reserved as a pathway and
running thereon Eighty (80)
feet SOUTH." POLY by a
portion of land in the said
Subdivision reserved as a
playground for the Harold
Road Secondary School and
running thereon Forty (40)
feet WESTWARDLY by Lot
Number Severity-two (72) int
the said Subdivision and
running thereon Eighty (80)
feet "
Mortgage daterd 1st. August.
1968 Goldie Bessie Knowles
to Finance Corporation of
Baharnmas Limit,-d
Recorded in Volume 1308
Pages 454 to 461.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 28th day of June
A.D 1973 KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.

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C10618
TWO SHIP'S
pounders, or
Call 21149 or


cannon 6 or 12
old great guns.
58481


I i nE S PLS
C10350
PACEMAKER 44ft. LuxuriouL
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.


C IRUP AUCTION


C 10485
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 3rd day of
August 1973, at 12 noon, the
following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being Lot No.
279 in Yellow Elder Gardens
Subdivision situate in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence.
Mortgage dated the 15th
October, 1968 Estella
Margaret Forde to Finance
Corporation of Bahamas
Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1345 at
pages 397 to 404.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 28th day of JUNE
A.D. 1973
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.

CARS FOR SALE
C10621
ABC MOTORS
Budget-priced, A-1 used cars.
Best value for your money.
1973 VAUXHALL VIVA
automatic transmission $2,500


I L10345
One efficiency apartment, and
one 2 bedroom apartment
Ring 5-8679 Mr. Pnrtchard
C10572
TWO BEDROOM apartment
completely furnished.
Stapledon Gardens. Telephone
3-5350.

S PUBLIC AUCTION
C10483
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Flar bout Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 3rd day of
August 1973, at 12 noon, the
following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the said
Western District of the said
Island .of New Providence
ompilsing a portion of the
said Subdivision designated
a Lot Ntumber One
H dliid cd and Twenrty-three
(1,'3) on the said plan which
said piece parcel or lot of
land is bo u n ded d
Nor thwastwa idly by a
straight line and thence by
an arc bordering a portion of
Lghtbnourne Street in the
said Subdivision and running
t h e r o n respectively
Sixty-one and Lighty eight
tiundredth, (61 88) feet and
'Ift1 and Thirty-three
(50.33) feet Lastwardly by a
straight line bordering a
portion of the said
L- i It, .. Street in the
said Subdivision and thereon
Th ree and Twenty
hiiundredths (3.20) feet
Sou thiwaidly by Lot
Number One hundred and
Twenty two (122) in the
'-aid Subdivision and running
thereon Ninety (90) feet
Westwardly partly by Lot
Number One Hundred and
Tent (110) in the said
Sudcivision ard rtunrning
theieon Fifty-one andI
Sixty-seven hundredths
(51.67)."
tgage dated 1l2th May,
I 167 Yotick Vandike
Rodgers and Rosalind Alena
R o d e r s o Finance


$3,800


1972 CHEV VEGA
automatic transmission $3,300
1971 FORD LTD


automatic transmission,
air conditioned


$3,600


1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
station wagon,
automatic transmission $1,400
1971 RAMBLER
AMBASSADOR automatic
ti ansmission, air
conditioned, radio $3,400
1970 FORD CORTINA
automatic transmission $1,200
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER
4-door, automatic
transmission, radio $900
1970 CHEVROLET IMPALA


4-door, automatic
transmission, radio
1970 FORD CORTINA
Est. automatic
transmission


$2,500


$800


1970 RAMBLER SST.
automatic transmission $1,800
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA
2-door $650
1970 TOYOTA COROLLA
standard $1,0000
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
station wagon, 4-door
standard $800
1969 PLYMOUTH
BARACUDA
air-conditioneu, radio
automatic transmission $1,650
1969 FORD CORTINA
4-door $1,100
1969 FORD TORINA G.T.
2-doo' $1,500
1969 JAVELIN 2-door $900
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA 2- door
automatic transmission $650


1969 MORRIC MINI
standard d


$400


1968 TRIUMPH 1300
standard, air conditioned$1,250


1969 VOLKSWAGEN
FASTBAC K


$1,100


1969FIATT 124 $900
ABC MOTORS
Colins Avenue
Phone 2-1031
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
SATURDAY 8:00 to 5 p.m.

C10570
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
automatic Green $1695
1971 VIVA 2 dr.
automatic Green $1695
196S VirTOR 2000
/WVV 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


I I ARS FOR SALE


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C10636


AT MOTOR CENTRE LTD.
WE HAVE
THE USED CAR
FOR YOU.
1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
ST. low mileage for ONLY
$1200.00
1970 V-WAGEN 1300 tape for
ONLY $1300.00.
1971 MORRIS 1100 A-T radio
for ONLY $1400.00
1969 WOLSELEY 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 ONLY
$1200.00
1 973 PLYMOUTH
CATEILITE A/C radio P/B
W/W tyres at ONLY $5300.00.
1970 FIAT 124 in good
condition one owner at ONLY
$1300.00
Come in and see the FOUR
MECHANIC SPECIAL
1966 ACADIAN
1967 CHEVY II
1966 V/WAGEN STATION
WAGON
1965 CHEVY MALIBU


MOTOR CENTRE LTD
THOMPSON BLVD.
P. 0 BOX N-3741
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
PHONE
56739

CARD OF THANKS
C10619
















The family of the late Mr.
Lawrence Fox, would like to
thank their many friends for
floral condolences, cards and
all acts of kindness shown
them during their recent
bereavement. Special thanks to
the staff of the New Riviera
Restaurant and Grand Central
Restaurant, especially the staff
at Clifton Pier, Bahamas
Electricity Corporation.


FOR SALE

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.


I I POSITION WANTED WANTED I


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


C10537


at-

Central Carago
TODAY'S
SPECIAL BITY
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 LN
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

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


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.
C 10608
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.


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,
creeport, Grand Bahama.


C10567
1969 AUTOMATIC
ARCADIAN BEAUMONT.
Owner leaving island. Call
5-4113 after 6 p.m.
C10615
SOME LIVING ROOM and
Dining Room furniture. Stereo
$350.00. Owner leaving. Phone
4-2537.

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

I NOTCE
C10623
THE DREYFUS OFFSHORE
TRUST N.V. participating
debentures due 1974 will pay
interest at 10-1/8% for period
July 15, 1973 to January 14,
1974.
C10604
NO PROPERTY at Grand
Bahama, owned by the late
Milton Martin, can be sold,
without our authority.
VICTORY McKINNEY
LUCILLE ANDERSON
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. lo 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.

I HELP WANTED
C10620
WANTED Live-In Maid.
Telephone 5-3048 or 3-5919.
C 10593
GARDENER/SLEEP-IN-
HOUSEMAN. References
required and also police record.
Apply Tel. 24891.


C10594
CAR DEALERSHIP in
Freeport requires an
Accountant/General Manager.
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.


Bahamas. service call 28421.
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C6098
JOB TITLE: STRUCTURAL
STEEL ERECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Qualified in steel construction.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
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.

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.

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.

C10613
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. O. Box N1525,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.

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


TRADE SERVICES

C10409
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
For service you can rely on
Dowdeswell Street
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618 P. 0. Box N327,
Nassau Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5 -10.

C10351

Pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Stieet
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HL AV Y DUTY I HUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& bitilPl-'lr,
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDERF
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434

C10352
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters for
homes, apartments and hote!Sl
Sales and services. Call Douqlas
Lowe, 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.


C10359
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN?
Have you always wanted t.
Nork closely with them? Do
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal homes
to become useful citizens of
our new Bahanis? i nen
consider the childcare field.
The Ranfurly Home for
Children is seeking the
following staff:

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

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

c) Couple with childcare orc
social service background
and/or willing to have ir
Service Training on a'
contractual basis. Must be
willing to live in.

Only Bahamians will be
considered. Apply in writing
for an interview to Mr. & Mrs.
Leslie Davies, Ranfurly Homp
for Children, Box N1413
Nassau.
C6099
JOB TITLE: ERECTION
SUPERINTENDENT
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
able to read blueprints
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTI ES/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.
C6071
FOR TITLE:
FOURI MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDULATIOt,-
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.
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.
C10579
MECHANICAL ENGINEER
Applicant must either have a
Bachelor of Science degree in
Mechanical 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 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.


C10363

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


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REAL ESTATE

C 10507
THREE LOTS zoned duplex
LUCAYA 4 min. to
SHANNON GOLF COURSE, 1
min. to seashore. All facilities
in. Small cash plus payments
takeover now 1/z paid. This a
bargain! Also single-family lot
on Grand Bahama Waterway,
125-ft. Bulkhead facilities in
and all-time maintenance paid,
in now sold-out PINE BAY.
Write Adv. C10507, c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N-3207
Nassau.

HELP HNTED
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.
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., Personnel Director.

36071
FOR TITLE-
(FOURU 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


buildings and equipment in
Cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama 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, Bahaina Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


HELP WANTED
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.
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 .,,ently.
INTERESTED APPLICANTS
SHOULD CONTACT: --
SNAM PROGETTI S.P.A, P.
0. Box F-2405, Freeport,
GRAND BAHAMA.
C6096
JOB TITLE: MOBILE
EQUIPMENT REPAIRMAN
LEADER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE.
5-10 years
DUTI ES/RESPONSI BILI TIES:
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.
,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.
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.

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


Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

06120
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.


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HELP WANTED HELP TED


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.

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.


C6107
KITCHEN HELPERS
POTWASHE RS/D I SH-
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 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.


CLASSIFIED

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"By economizing on the bus fare to the office, I find
that I can afford a much better lunch."


" MIND READINGTO YOURSEF.,AD ?
YbU'R. KErN' AWAKE."


No, 7,182 by T1IM IMcKi
Across
1. For a business iClii'i
papers. (5, 4)
10. Hurry. (3)
11 Legal document. (4)
12. Tingle tin (anag.). (9)
13 Number of ymers. (3)
14. Unknown quality. (4. 5)
1 RItalse. (4)


Chess


Today's position has ochrred
in master chess in 1907. 1970 and
maybe other years also. Twice
at least White has psyeOI 1
KA,-KS. Is this move goo &ad
-or just indifferent ?
Par times: 10 seconds, chess
master; 20 seconds, chess expert;
1 minute, county player; 4
minutes, club strength; 7
minutes, average: 15 minutes,
novice.



Chess Solution
1 Kl-K5 ? is a losing blunder
because of 1 .. BxB a d now
%f 2 KtxB, KtxKt or 2 XB,
tX P and in both Mms Ba
wins a pawn for nothing. ,I the
quoted games, Wttte coWntnued
as panned after 1 Kt-KS, B x B;
2 KtxKt, overloolknfg 2 .. .
Q x Kt! when Black wRin a piece
and the game.


20 Iteef or miluttlon. (4)
21. lDelinltions. (8)
2" Fits lup. (4)
I) Drivlinl area. (3)
25. It Is Ju-4t tlte right sizer or
a lace. (6)
2 l. Health resort. (3)
Down
1. Qlueue for sustenanlce. (9)
2 Part of ia ladder. (4)
3. Meddle. (9)
4. Bring out the paper. (4)
5. Attrac'tlhe-. (8)
6. Musical instrument. (.)
7. Mine entrance. (4)
i. Wicked acts. (4)
9i. lOuIg third (6)
1. Ainmbitions. (4)
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mI e nts
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lord. (L
1:. (; o e B I S L
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Bridge
Wy VITOR MOLLO
The tth of the saying
"Evert picture tells 4 story is
aptly deomotrated by this
example taken from -e Bel-
gian Brdgte.
Dealer West: Lv All
North
AA 5 4
Q 9 8
A K 9 0
4 Q 6 b

t 4 3
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aet North East South
Ica 1 14 2V
2NT Ps 30
PAi 3V Pas 4V
West leads the &K to dummy's
A, st's card behnm the 4J.
t V ? comes next and West
in with the VK. How should
he continue?
His first impulse will be ,o
ead another spade, for didn't
East signal loudly with the lJ?
After a moment's thought, West
will see in that 4*J a warning.
If East had the Q, as wel,
that's the card hi would have
played had he wanted to
encourage. And if South has the
1. another spade can be
Th only hope of three quick
tricks lies nthe clubs. and
sin eEpat ha-nuothlng else he
surely has the 4.. It may be a
doubletoh ohe my have the
o10, too. Either way, V the 41 is
the right card to play, for the
other hands may well be:
East
J 10 9 8 7 2
52
s A 9 4
8*ath
Q 3
A J 10 7 6
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I GUESS I HAD I HAVE THE FEELING THAT EVERY GORDY? COULD YOU COME
....G BETTER DO THAT / MURSE, DOCTOR AND ORDERLY IS BY HERE AND TAKE ME i E 7 A0I0
WHY DON'T YOU GOON I'M NOT OF MUCH LOOKING AT ME, CONVINCED ) ITWAS A MISTAKE FOR ME
TO THE OFFICE AND I'LL HELP TO YOU ERF/ THAT I'I A TO COME TO WORK
SEE THE REST OF OUR MURDERER/ THEN THEY MUST EVERYONE'S 'LL EK THERE
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is thinking of retiring

By GLADSiONE THURSTON
I NTIL SOMEONI (O\lt1.RS the Everest he established in
his 36-year lifetime so far, Leonard "Boston Blackie" Miller will
lorc er be "the champ." His great sporting feats that won him the
"Sportsman of the Year" award will be laid on the table in about
eight months time when Miller said he might be retiring.


i\ ing participated in .lusi
C%',. crv ; sp(rt that has
S.-il, .1 the Bahamas, Boston
.,ld thit lie will be retiring
! -.i a ltivi competition willt
2 p N. it t working Iwith Ith
n r'in ot t education as .In
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'tii ig ictirteme t i will he
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it; hi.s l ttIis i t caIrl i. i or
.. itp fill no it nll\ wl ill l rcl
ki, ng'i'kig a return b ut with
\ Cntc Rondmon butl he is also
-, t-.dultet to box in Haiti lter
!, 'car Adding to this
.ihrul\ tight schedule will lc
1i 1 c. %>lig clients which w\ ill hi
Split enlct d with his
S' lting in the Wei,
f ,. lint ( '11:1 lpilnoship TIt'-\lt
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BOYCOTT SCORES
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I o) nnN( (A t) (.i-. ilioi cott
llt I english cricket set liM n lo lndi.
.mnd taught to save Yo ,rkshir, Inroi
mn the 'r disaster ll the I n lishti
ni oil\ championship.
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filnt whileil e wickeet, tunilh d airounid
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nit i/c lll'dt l hi'st in thle 100 I meter'
il tho lunilh gaics. Silhia Chika,
nliJ thri'te i ithrr gi.l'. whill tolln the
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tI u rique I i/ tleil inha, (,)r n el
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vditid i, ill thesw g inets (Jala pa
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BBA NAME 15 TO WICHITA SQUAD,


STILL TO NAME SEVEN PITCHERS
By OSCAR MILLER
THE BAHAMAS BASEBALL ASSOCIATION Monday night released the names of 15 of its
22-man Wichita squad scheduled to leave Nassau on August 11 to play in the National Baseball


Cougars Tournament.
Acting president of the BBA
Rudy Penn said that the names
of seven pitchers to complete
the team will be announced
later and that three players are
still subject to be cut from the
team.
, Penn said that this year's
squad is made up primarily of
young ball players selected on
the merit of their playing skills
and their attitudes towards the
game.
"The reason we have
centered our selection onil
young players this year is
because Wichita is the best
place to show our young


l SOVIETS LEAD U.S.
IN ATHLETICS


A POWERFUL SOVIET
team took a 65-51 lead over
the Unitled States nmen in the
first day of a dual track and
field meet in Minsk. U.S.S.R.,
despite the brilliant running of
young sprinter Steve Williams.
The Soviet women finished
1-2 in both the 100 and 400
metre dashes and captured the
400 relay to lead, 53-20.
Williams, six feet three
inches, won the 100 metres
going away ittn 101 seconds
with lerb Washington finishing
second in 10.3
Running anchor on the 400
teant. illi.irt got the baton
about three metres behind
Valery Bor/ov, Olympic Gold
medalist in the 100 and 200(
metres Williams lelt the
Russian a good three metres
behind at the tape.
Williams said tie was grinning
\when lie passed the "\world's
fastest human." because "it
was t o ridicui l slt I ast 1 was
.'\p. L t ti;tg e Oritois b lsit'r s.i bill
it was all so easy," Williamn
Added.
U S. head coach Jim Bush,
iwho said earlier the U.S. squad.
riddled by absences and
sickness, was "-ovr our heads."
said Monday lie was
disappointed d with the
AmCerican results.
'JOHN B' SECOND
t MIAMAS Oh trpic sailor
liHbby Symlonette sailed his yacht
the John BI to second plate ill tihe
%.orid ('hatipioi.ship or 5.5 mietres
class in L sekil. Sw\eden The series
in \ tic[) the t united States came
first and Australia third was sailed
between July 16 22.
GOLF MEETING TOMORROW
Ilt BAHttAMASS Amateur (iolf
'lut Ilids .1 an important tneting
tmorrw night 7 30 at the Blue
[fill (olf Club Plans for the
rescheduling of their Independence
I Urtimirienlt. which was postponed
,il Sunda\ \ill bie finalized.


talents. It is our hope that our
players perform well. Most
likely with fine performance
some baseball scouts may offer
one of our players a contract
to play professional ball," Penn
said.
The Wichita team. which has
been working out daily, will be
skippered by Eugene Simon
who now manages Schlitz.
Willie Thompson. Charles
Williams and Adrian Rodgers
will serve in the capacity as
coaches.
The team is scheduled to
play their first game on August
15.
Included in the 15-man
squad are: Roosevelt Turner,
Sammy "Bookie" Johnson,
Eddie Ford, Willie Knowles,
Lester Gardiner, Lionel Neeley,
Lloyd Bowleg, Anthony
IlHuyler, John Williams, Louis


McQuay. Adlai Moss, Sidney
Outten. Vince Albury. Lorenzo
Lockhart and Roy Rodgers.


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J amitit 1a. I rinida d Tobago,
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