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GRAND BAHAMA
CLASSIFIED
IIFIEEFIIT m. 352 Sill
HELP WANTED
C6126
COOK wanted tot preparation
of International Cuisine for
Airline Catering. Must be
prepared to work any hours
day or night when required for
breakfast flights or delayed
flights and have at least five
years training under Certified
Chef.
ASSISTANT CHEF with
knowledge of preparation of
International Cuisine and who
is capable of supervising an
Airline Catering kitchen In the
Chef's absence. Knowledge of
preparation of Airline menus.
At least nine years training
under Certified Chef.
CONFECTIONER. Preparation
of French pastries for Airline
Catering. Preparation of all
bread and pastries in both the
Airline and restaurant kitchen.
Diploma as a Certified
Confectioner from a Catering
College. At least ten years-
experience.
CHEF. Qualified Chef with
Diploma from Catering
College. 10 years experience in
Airhne Catering preferred.
In regard to the above
positions please apply to: G. B.
Caterers Ltd., P. O. Box
F-1943, Freeport International
Airport, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. Telephone 352-7391.
HELP WANTED
C6124
1-TRUMPET PLAYER Must
be able to read and arrange
professional show music, be
proficient in playing the
trumpet, must be able to
double on Flugelhorn and have
at least three years experience.
Good references and Police
Certificate required.
Applicant must apply in person
or in writing to Personnel
Department, El Casino P. O.
Box F-787. Freeport, Grand
Bahjni.i
C6121
APPRENTICE PILOT/DOCK
SUPERVISOR: Minimum
experience four years as a deck
officer and one year as master
of foreign going vessel of 400
G.R.T. or more. Certificates
required. Should have high
school education or equivalent.
Successful candidate must act
as Dock Supervisor in rotation
with others. Training will be
provided for full qualification.
All weather and hours of work
required.
Apply to: Personnel
Department. Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited. P O
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6127
ASSISTANT METEO-
ROLOGICAL SUPERVISOR
Must be college graduate with
BS In meteorology or
certificates of completion from
specialized Meteorological
Training Schools and have at
least twelve years experience in
a recognized aviation
meteorological operation and
must be able to assume
responsibilities of
Meteorological Supervisor.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Company Ltd.,
P O. Box F-2666, Lucayan
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified weldei
capable of performing
Horizontal. vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department. Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-10O,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.
C6123
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
CONTROLLER: Must be fully
experienced, having worked as
Food and Beverage Controller
in Hotel before. Only
experienced applicants need
apply.
HOLIDAY INN FREEPORT,
373-1333, P. O. Box F-760,
FREEPORT. Richard Plachy.
C6125
Consultant/General Manager
for existing and proposed
projects. Must have at least five
years experience in
consultancy, administration
and feasibility studies. Only
Bahamians need apply.
Please reply in writing to:
Kanmor Development Co.,
Ltd. P.O. Box F-2429.
C10667
MATURE LADY required as
Manageress of large Ladies
Wear shop in Freeport. Must
have at least five years
experience, be able to work on
own initiative, control stock
and submit stock reports. Sales
experience and the ability to
train staff is also a
requirement. Applicants should
apply in writing to
Mademoiselle Ltd., P. O. Box
N4882, Nassau.
"No. I don't think his office is like a beehive,
beehive, the workers all work for a QUEEN bee."
OFFICE HOURS
In a
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HOROSCOPE
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from the Carroll Righter Institute
/
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Change is possible
if you face facts early and reconsider your
plans from a more logical point of view. A prominent person
you admire may disagree, hut your attributes will be highly
appreciated Make plans for the days ahead.
\KI1S (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) Taking care of routine
matters tnd talking out your problems with experts make
this a rewarding day Keep busy with routine duties Show
more devotion to loved one Relax at home tonight.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Ways of achieving greater
abundance will present themselves. Decide what must be
done and then carry through Someone more experienced in
business matters can make your future more secure.
c.l MINT (May 2 1 in June 21) I he morning is ideal for
evaluating your present slatus Don"t stop there, but get
busy making proper changes Evening is fine for social
activities that bung excellent results.
MOON I Mil OKI N (June 22 to July 21) Your future
goals should be analyzed without outside influence Once
you decide on the right course, others will turn to you for
help. Assist them before tackling new projects.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Let your magnetism go to
work Exciting new contacts could develop into meaningful
friendships Engage in new social activities but don't neglect
old friends who have much in common with you.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Your career plans require
attention this motning. Whatever you do must reflect
common sense and logic New equipment can increase your
efficiency Dine in an atmosphere of splendor
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Ocl 22) Interesting persons give the
right ideas for your future advancement. Good time to plan
that trip you've been thinking about. Make sure household is
running smoothly before making commitments.
si iiKI'lO (Ocl 23 to Nov 21) There are new ways to
meet your responsibilities Lei your natural dynamism
emerge Show courtesy and kindness to loved one and things
will change lor the better Be more cheerful.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Associates can
suggest changes lo make your current efforts more
Ulful Getting in tune with the needs of others can
speed business and social progress Take health treatments
CAPRICORN I Dec 22 to Jan 20) Be frank in discussing
the work ahead of you with those involved Cooperate with
others for more harmonious results Show your enthusiasm
lake necessary steps to improve appearance.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Spend your spare time
pleasurably with those congenial people you like. A new-
project could be successful if you stress efficiency. Temper
your emotions with logical decisions.
PIS( I S ,1 eb 20 to Mar 20) Discord at home can be
resolved now if you express your willingness to make an
effort Be honest, but tactful Avoid a person whose present
situation could be detrimental to vour welfare.
II YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she is well
aspected for agility of mind This cleverness could lead to
being overly talkative Educational atmosphere should be as
modern as possible to develop some of those fine ideas.
Don't let early promise dissipate by neglecting to stress
persistence of effort Spiritual training and ethics should be
taughl early in life Sports are a must here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make
of your life is largely up to > 01 '
APARTMENT 3-G
By Alex Kotzky
XXJ KNOW I WANT TO SO- BUT 1 PO
HAVE TO GET THINGS STRA1GHTENEP
AWAY IN THIS APARTMENT ANP
THEN I'P HAVE TO GET A SITTER
I-I'a SEE WHAT I CAN PO.'CAN
AIL >OU IN THE MORNING"
STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD
by saunders & overgard
BUT THEIR DEPARTURE /N THE RANCH
BUi DOEi HOT60 UNDETECTED/-
LIKE IT, MATTV/
RIDLEY TfVMV WOULD THOSE WOMEN -.28E SNEAKING OFF T06ETHER?
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FIND SPOFF KERSEY.' HE OWES ME A
BIG DEBT-- FOR NOT TELLING MISS KATE
HE WAS WANTED IN OHIO WHEN SHE
HIRED HIM AS HANDY-MAN HERE.'
THAT OUGHT TO
TEACH BOTH OF THEM
THIS IS NO GAME
FOR BUMBLING,
AMATEURS'
HULLO PEAI?- YOttX
LOOK AS IF YOU'VE )
WAP A 0W5V CW^/
"Say. whatever happened to the complaints about bussing;?"
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/ OH I'VE JUST
( GOT THE BlUES
TODAY
WELL HERE'S TWENTY
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only. Each
nlaln the large
there must be at
LEONARD BARDCN
"Some good may come of it. At least, there's ONE
secretary you won't chase around the office any-
more."
Rupert and the Sea-Saw41
word must
letter, and
least one eight-letter word In the
list. N<> plurals; no foreign words;
no proper name*. TODAY'S
TABOR: 'Z'i word!*, good;
,'T word*, very good ; 32 words.
excellent. solution tomorrow.
BATUBpAV'S SOLUTION :
ANSWERED awed awned dare
darn dawn dean dear deer dene
den-*- draw drawee drawn drew
earned eased endear erased nard
neared need needs rand rased,
rawed read redan reed rend
reseda sand surd sawder -aui'ri
seared sedan seed send render
sered sewed snared sward swede
wade wader wand wander
waned ward wardrii warned
weaned weed wend.
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Denmark s neni Larstn (Black,
to move) took an early lead >n
last month's interzonal tourna-
ment in LeMngnid wtien he
sprung 11 wtat piece of tactics
aguinst nte Yugoslav opponent
Rukavma in this position
What did Unrsen play next,
and how did the game end ?
Par times: 30 seconds, chess
master: 40 seconds, chess expert,
1 rmnute. county player; 3
minutes, club standard:
minutes, average; 20 minutes,
novice.
CHE36' Solution Monday~Jul.fA
Chess Solution
l . B> Kt; 2 KxB, RB7
ch! and White resigned. II 3
KR. QxRP ch; 4 KBl,
QRS ch i and wins. it j
"*' Lmr eh KBI IS
KRI. 0-^7 mate,. QRS ch;
7 KKll. BR7 ch, t KHl.
nKti di5 oh; 9 KKtl, QR7
ch 10 KBl. QB7 mate.
I) i KB2. B P ch. S KKl.
BR7 du ~ri. 7 KB2 QKM
ch; I KBl. QKts mate.
The spool of camera film has to be prepared
In the Prolessor's dark-room. "This is called
developing." he tells Rupert, while he works
by the glow of a dim red light. It will take
some time to get all tne pictures ready. Why
not stroll round my workrooms while you're
waiting?" So Rupert spends a halt-hour
looking at the old gentleman's wonderful
gadgets, and when at length he returns to the
darkroom the Protessor taps a can ot lilm.
" This is it." he beams. There are hundreds
ol pictures taken by my camera. Now we'll
put them on the screen." Goody, I love
Mm shows." says Rupert eagerly.
ALL RIQHTS RCSERVED
*
Brother Juniper
'Mom says nkMKwn ot sayin' 'tm/wk you'
FOR W STUFFED OWL.'
"Apparently, it doesn't (JIVE a hoot."


Thursday. July 26, 1973
Slip Sribunr
"Some w MILLIONS people
WILL COVIE TO HEAR. M PLAY"
"Where vou gonna r
ALL THEM COOKIES'?*
CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1 City in Florida 22. Certificate
6. Whales
10 Protective
facing
11. Printer's
direction
12. Choral
composition
24. lake to court
25. Mire
27 Deep voice
31 Pine sugar
35 Clement
36. Girl's name
37. Journey
13 Hunting hound 39. Born
14. Woolly pyro
15 Darkens
17. Onager
18. Swarm
20 Early
photograph
40. Hide
42 Eye teeth
44. Roof edge
45. Wading bird
46. Sleigh
47 Conduit
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4. Small
5. A Musketeer
6. Turkish
chamber
7. Kind of race
8. Piece of
jewelry
9. Wisdom
10.Seaweed
12. Slices
16. Upstage
19. Opera heroine
21. Players
23 Golf stroke
26 Tabitha of the
Bible
28. Wrongdoer
29 Frozen rain
30 Poems
31. Prepares the
way
32 Perfect
33. Artless
34 Furlough
38. Understand
41. Went first
43 Chill
carroll Righter's
cHOROSCOFE
from ths Carroll Righttr Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have
increased vitality in the morning and can
accomplish a great deal. There are a considerable number of
delays and obstacles in the path of your desires in the
afternoon which ties you down Accept any setbacks
gracefully Make plans for future progress
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr. 19) You want to get much done
in the morning, so attend to necessary duties as early as
possible Show others that you will contribute
progress. Don't make any unkind comments
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You have certain
ambitions to put across and should get an early start on
them to be successful. An expert in financial matters can
give you the information you need. Think constructively
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) FoUowing your cherished
desires in the morning brings good results which can
continue throughout the evening Plan your social itinerary
well. Show more devotion to loved one
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You know
exactly how to get ahead in the world of activity, so make
plans now without delay. Think along romantic lines Take
health treatments and improve your appearance
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Fine morning to make
appointments with business associates A particular plan
needs more study before putting it into operation Avoid
one who has an eye on your assets.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) It is natural for you to
want to be more successful, so think along such lines early
in the day. Attend to routine duties later Find the right
solution to credit matters. Be alert
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Put those ideas to work
that will gain you the favor of those whose thoughts differ
from yours. Taking vitamins now will make you feeletter.
Make long-range plans for the future.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You can get a plan
working nicely if you follow your intuition Don't neglect
taking care of routine duties at this time You are now able
to get mate to see things as you do Relax tonight
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Meet with an
associate in the morning and discuss how to make a mutual
project more successful. Don't try to keep others
getting ahead later in the day. Be more understanding
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Attend to important
work early in the day before making plans for entertainment
later Take the exercises that will make you feel better
Come to a better understanding with mate
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) Begin the day properly
by getting in touch with persons you
arrangements for recreational activities. Find a new way to
put your artistic talent to work. Avoid arguments
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) Discuss new ideas with kin
early in the day. Important duties can be best handled in the
afternoon. Entertain close friends in the evening Show that
you are a fine conversationalist
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An early round shook in the
Rupert and the Sea-Saw39
stunned
public
th.
Winning
Bridge
Gathering the elephant in his arms, Rupert
looks at the object fastened to the chain.
" I'm sure its the underwater camera.'' he
murmurs But it wasn't there when I used
the raft A few moments later the Professor
and his servant step ashore, and the old
gentleman is overjoyed to see Ruperts find.
' It's my precious camera, safe and sound '
he cries. All the other troubles can be put
right, but this is something I couldn't afford
to lose." Those Water Mites musl have put
it back on the chain," smiles Rupert. They
a*en t angry with you now, so they've
returned your camera." all rights reserved
Rupert and the Sea-Saw
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40
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"Well, well, this is the happiest moment of
the day for me." says the Professor Rupert.
you must come and see the underwater film.
" That would be topping." says Rupert but
I must give this elephant to Mr Noah. And
then there's an the rubbish those Water Mites
threw out of the lake Leave 11 to me
interrupts the dwarf 111 see that Mr Noah
gets his elephant back And I'll dump the
rubbish as well." So Rupert is free to go with
the Professor, who marvels at the turn of
events Those Water Mites are quite kindly
after all." he says Yet I still haven't had so
much as a glimpse of them."
ALL RIGMS RESERVED
Interzonal at l*ningrad occurred
when Mikhail Tal, ex-world
champion, winner of five inter-
national tournaments in succes-
sion, and favourite to challenge
Bobby Fischer, was beaten by
the unknown Cuban Estevez.
Here Estevez (White, to movei
already has his famous opponent
on the roves, with a queen t
Tal's rook and bishop. How did
Estevez force a win in a few
moves?
Par times. 30 seconds, grand-
master: 40 seconds, chess master
1 minute, chess expert; 2
minutes county player: b
minute*, club *rength; 7
minutes, average; 20 minutes,
novice
CHEBSS Solution
Chess Solution
l P'P, PyP: 2 KtK6!
/threatens 3 QKt7 mate I.
RKKtl (!/?... RxKt; 3
Q B8 matt I; 3 QB4' mou-
the threat ol 4 QKS ch is
crushing I, PKR4 /either an
oversight or pure desperation 1. 4
QR6 mate.
A finish
Leningrad
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npu
The question
bridge
Do you
computer?
is posed in an
article In Sports flluitratnl.
which notes that computer
experts have overtaken the law
as the profession providing the
greatest number of bridge
expert*
Computers have been pro-
grammed to play astonishingly
wellbut only in certain situa-
tions. When called upon to
think, they collapse. This was
a hand which defied a high
[lowered Californian computer
North
til i
K Q
HI I
Soath
tK 8 4
A J 10 6
o A J 10
* 4
Contract 4 3 : Lead K
The 4VA folluws and you ruff
Plan the play before comparing
it with the computer's.
Did you ruff out the diamonds
and the clubs before laadini
spade from dummy, intending
to duck? The unlucky computer
did that, lost three spades and
went down
Writ East
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OK054 048732
AKJIS 4> 6 4 3 -1
The correct play Is to cross
to dummy with a trump, ruff
the third club and go back Ui
the table with another trump
Now comes the seemingly
unnecessary diamond finesse
West wins, but whatever he
returns. South has his tenth
trlok


The Tribune.
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(Regiatered with Postmaster of Bahamas for postage concessions within the Bahamas.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXX, No. 203 Thursday, July 26, 1973 Price: 15 Cents


WORKERS COUNCIL SEE GOVERNMENT AS


The 19-year-old youth,
apprenticed as a tailor, changed
his plea to guilty this morning.
He was represented in court by
attorney Charles Barnwell who
said that the episode between
the youth, the girl and her
parents was closed.
Crown counsel Janet
Bostwick said Styles
approached the 15-year-old as
she passed by a group of boys
who were sitting on a wall on
West Street. He was one of the
group and went over to her as
she walked with another girl
from a church bazaar.
Another youth approached
her companion. Styles,
however, pulled the girl into a
lot where he assaulted her.
Begging her to have sexual
intercourse with him, Styles
ripped a zipper off her slacks
when he attempted to undress
her, Mrs. Bostwick said.
REFUSED
The girl repeatedly refused
and asked to be left alone, and
after breaking loose, was
caught by the young man who
repeated his efforts, she said.
She was allowed to leave
after his efforts proved futile,
Mrs. Bostwick told the court,
and upon her arrival home, she
told her friend and mother.



CHROME

ACCESSORIES


DullY MAIlN i FI9IURN E
NASSAU FREEPORT


tHer friend reported it to the
police.
A first offender, the youth
had "taken too much for
granted," Mr. Barnwell said.
Because he was casually
acquainted with the girl, "it
did not dawn upon him that
when she said 'no' she meant
it." he said.
Hie told the court that the
case was not exactly one of a
girl being grabbed from the
streets and said the prosecutor
was "basically correct" in
relating the facts of the case.
No force was used and the
accused merely begged the girl
to have intercourse with him
with the use of extended
horse-play, Mr. Barnwell said.
The boy was pleading guilty as
he acknowledged breaking the
zipper, he said.
He had seen her safely home
after he realized his efforts
were in vain and told her not
to walk on a certain street
where other boys might have
attempted to molest her Mr.
Barnwell said.
He also said the boy's
mother had suffered a
heart-attack upon hearing of
the offence.
The judge, telling the youth
that "this could have been
serious," reminded him that he
was a young man.
He said that if he should see
a girl he loved, he could say
anything to her or ask her
anything but if she said no, lihe
was not at liberty to go
further.
"Sex," Mr. Justice
Thompson said, "is a very
serious thing. One should not
bother with it if one doesn't
know what he is doing."


CRISIS


MOUNTS OVER BASIC FOOD SHORTAGE--






As breadbasket' items go


CONCERNED with the disappearance
of "breadbasket" items from store n
shelves, a release from the Bahamas v y
Workers Council International predicted
today that "if merchants refuse to sell v
Government might be forced to import
these items and sell to the public."
It was also announced by
BWCI that it was considering
setting up its own meat
business "and plans are very o o

Small food retailers are now
fClC Li" th e _u-h fo +Li.


itleeig the pmicn h o the
wholesalers' decision not to
continue selling their goods at
a controlled price less than
what it cost to bring the goods
into the Bahamas.
Under present price control
the wholesalers would take a
loss on these items, many of
which are expected to go up
further at source on August 1.
It is understood that the
Price Control Commission, at
the instigation of the
Wholesalers Association, made
representation to the Minister
to have the whole method of
price fixing reviewed.
The Commission has
recommended that wholesalers
be allowed to put a specified
percentage mark-up on landed
costs. It would appear that this
suggestion has been ignored.
Many merchants, therefore,
who have these "breadbasket"
items are holding them in their
warehouses until the
government is prepared to face
facts.
Mr. Dudley Williams,
chairman of the BWCI, said
today that the "wholesalers
might have a valid case for
wanting to r:'.so their price ".
but repr.ss.1ativ's troti b t.
put its case before the
Ministries of Finance,
Development and Labour this
week "to demonstrate to
Government and the
wholesaler that should prices
go up on 14 out of the 16
items of controlled products, it
will have a disastrous effect on
the entire public."
SPECULATION
An informed source told
The Tribune today that it had
been suggested that


government was refusing to act
on the requests of wholesalers
in hopes that there would be a
public clamour to have
government intervene
personally in the purchase and
sale of goods.
The view is, our informant
said, that government would
say this was being done at the
request of the public and it
would then name an agent who
would be given complete
authority to act as sole agent.
thus squeezing out the other
wholesalers,
Once this monopoly had
been achieved and competition
eliminated, it was the opinion
of the source, that government
would then lift the price
controls and prices would
skyrocket to the benefit of
certain select individuals.
Under section 8 of the Prices
Control and Regulation Act
the Minister may. "if he thinks
it necessary or expedient"to
"secure a sufficiency of goods
and services essential to the
well being of the community,
their equitable, distribution and
their availability at fair prices",
5by' order: .,Athor .. a person to
act as Government's agent to
purchase goods for resale to
the public.
Mr. Williams, who is also
president of the Engineering
Union, said he was
accompanied to the Ministries
of Development and Labour by
several union officers. With
him were Mr. Carl Stubbs,
secretary-treasurer of the
Engineering Union, Mr. Alvin
Bain, deputy secretary-
treasurer, Bernard Evans, shop
steward, Clifton Pier, and


James Thurston. son op 'hsto ll r,
Blue Hills
SYMPA Ili1iil IC
lHe said that Minister it,
Labour. the Ilon. Cc(I iIrdd
Darling, who saw hiis dele',gariomi
yesterday morning, was "\'r
sympathetic" to their cause
However, Mr. Williams said
it was his impression that \lr.
Darling was "very oiic'eriii'd
because most contracts \s ere
newly-signed and it would not
look good to reopen them
Unless it wVas ibsi'l \ IcI
necessary.
"Hle was hoping against .ill
hopes that price i .' iic,,
would not ihe i(t i
magniitude Ito tc ,:iu'1
necessary," Mr. \\1 iii i, .
Mr. Darling :kised iwhe
delegation to w rite lui .in I, r '
mentioning spe i :' i ,
had gone up in pri i tio J '* .
him a better uitncI'rst;tJIndici.' )i
what was happening
In his release Mr Willjls
said that from the meel'ic'ti
held with governmeCnt "w' e 'in
say that the ruatter of riing
food prices is a nmtte: of imi
concern for ( os'mi'rti elc in.l
that the situation is und.'r 5 cr
cl')se observation '
'I he release said that "nmost
likely the wholesalers would
raise prices, but this would cat
into the food dollar of all of us
and we would then hiave a right
to reopen lnegotiat ions lfor
more money for .ill workerss,
because thie buying power ol
the v.'orkers' pir\ cheques,
would hIicve been ncrt1ousl
eroded.
"B.sides food l the icrelc'is
contLued, theree is rent,
schooling, etc a'c nd wivc ha .ve
decided that thi,,s mnictte'r is \ it
to the whole lnal on
I'lNSIOtNI RS
"lIhere are mrinty workers.
i.e. civil servants w5hio iha, e inol
been getting general ijises I,
pay fur some time. There in.
the old age pensioners. There
are the small paid people like
some hllotel workers.
houseCiaids. gardeners, shop
workers. Bil workersr.
BaTelCo, Bahlamiasir and loou
many others around the
Bahamas, including matn .
many workers in Freepout.
who are not making enoughC
money even without a rise inl
food prices. What they need is
a rise in pay since last year.
"We are going to watchh thle
situation carefully." M1r.
Williams said in the B\V( I
release, "because this mnla
entail extended periods ot
positive action programnues.
"In order to get thle swidcst
possible public participation.
the BWC is holding .1
Cominunityt I leadershipp
Conference at the offices of
the Engineering and General
Union on Tuesday at 8 p .m.
"These are some of lIte
things which might lielp the
food situation", thie release
continued.
''lIncrease' dcomniestic
production. reducce customs,
duties on essential itCiems. send
inspectors ardioid to iall tlhe
shops to enforce price control:'
food subsidies for poor families
INVITATION HARKBACK TO
WORLD WAR II DAYS
LONIDON (At) tFhe lBritish
government announced Sedlnesl.u\
a hbid to iniprove relaitns .ith tirhe
Soviet ttnion that htve rlig hir'fi
clouded by a spr sc.unilit
l'oreign Secretaurs Sir Alec
)ouglas-lhmnni Ili the trouse of
Commons he had intsted Soviet
tForeign Minister Andret A
Gromyko to visit I nditn .
I)ouglas thme .iddrd that he
told (irormkui at a ln ate nieeting
in Helsinki three weeks ago that the
Soviet I Foreign Miniister would be
most welcome.
there was no indication of the
Soviet response, if any, hut the
British were clearly gting out of
their way to arrange talks at foreign
minister level. According to,
protocol, it is Douglas Iornies turn
to visit Moscow.


mAiking le lss ll i thie li v iii!
wage. i.c beli h i !hi 'ii)',' lc t
level and tni i'.plh id '. irkc s
who aire rc.illi I u), inl 1 lt or
work, single' women with kids
abiove a cecrtanl iinuTitb' ni a .irade
agreementl t \\itllh sippIlIe
nations like the ': S. i thai we
inay not ie again ailiersely
.it'cectcd by iilatlic s '-,iich as the
Rtissian gr.in d .iiL
"in the I'lnil 1i Ar l i ,.'" tihe
release said, 'it merchants
refuse tio sell. ( ove i nrinent
:.iglrh be ti o i 'I t i, ni I pI' rt
tit'c ise ite I i'-, .II ; ; i o) tihe
public. We are i'lso osidncring


se in i' 'it I 1 i\\ 1 m eat
In .rc', "' niit p],rlis .i very"

'\- 1 ar .is. labour
demonstrititions, arc ciierned.
th'esc' ;ire not planned et, but
it is 'I! lilope thl.n tini whole
imanltcr c.ica bce i' rs d ver

"WVe are r\ei conucermd that
food short.ii.es c.doi iot develop,
especially' lc or p.r plcI in
hospital. \oiung chlildicin. the
tours, tradc and thic general
welthin' oI tlh' p iub!' nI cludii ig
the \r i k. .," lic release'
concluded.


Bahamas retail price



index went up one



full point in May

RF I IIl PRIC('S IN NASSAU INCRIASLD by 0.93 percent


in M.i\ ,or 0 poiot, according
Department of Statistics.
I hie secti ln ol tthe Retail
PIr ,, i n rec,,rdning the
htin' *si 'nu0 re'nl s wee'
re ; 'il n dl let.dinig I 5
its ors I ') I).i, per cent, otthei
o. idnl services 3.i ptoinit


l % ,thl ;. p irsonal a ic 1i:
'd -,I,, h1-c, e "ea un
0. iis cla gpuns
.- !u t 1 t i o t' ;i p )a ,i

i hi' l \two ,e. lions i theli
., l.i ic.'c rded dlctc l h


per < e."ill
;c' l "i 1s o'.', i. d i
i;nu i n .ir i u ui"' n to, ; c i ,



ti',4 p I'r t is it 10\.5 ic' uti

r iK ' ,' ,ii '\ urn i. ,, sel.'s "
lt is.c icr cc'l cn) Niu c'ml n I ti., '
0i cc'. cG




10.\J.)R rh\Ntc l;I
I t'! iis c r e



I h ie 'iitnm s e ic rdling tll i ,i
pli : < halngt s %'V e I a ) n j I

hinlk luc". pouk. cr lsck' illcic
) point e lrt c C c'


halin dr m in ii p c
t h11)1"1i, -,l i ndex tell 0 '
:),)lil t )r () ;)(,1 :e ll[ tk, i
tt \1,1. r w,, I n 105 1 i( \p1
I hc ', ,I _'1 t a !) dI 0 .- ,,I .A t)O W 1
In t ihe t idce\ wa.Is duei t
leasess ot 0.0r4 tor !lo),
cl-i lnei 0 4 tor uinturnirli ehc
rentals anid 0.0.3 for bed linen
I le v' isioii antenna .and
boostLers .dmid sewing macinnesI
rec'o utdedi' gn s cn t 0.04 o i
point i Ild 0.03 ( ot .
point rcspectivels .
Ihe clothing and tfootwear
inde\ was down 1.0 point to,
112 t0 in Nia\ ftromu I 1130 in
April Wti)inC 's chlthlng mand
i ootwe i'I bI)th recorded
iedu:ctions ot 0.07 of a point!
while mllen's clothing tell bh
0.06 ot a point
On the other hand bois'
clothing and men's footwear
recorded inI rcases of 0.02 of a
p)int .i t 0.0 1 l .1a point
respectdivelt
I'he transport index rose hc \
2.t0 prints or 2 5 per cent toi
10S.0 in11 \. trom 105.4 nll
April IPnritnc1pi contributors toi
the increase weil' cost ot a IInew
car 0 05 points, car licence
0.10 point and motor c\ cle
0.07 ot a point. The transport
index stood at 108.0, ant
increase otf .0 per cent since
the base period November-
-December 1971.
The health and personal care
index advanced by 0.8 of a


to tiur'e., released today by the

point ofl 0.7 per ccent to !08.2
ri i.i\ tIrom 107 4 in April
I ilc nii that contullribtiled
ltic' ii.t tio r portion tii thI
Icidila were dental expense''l
ii (1o ot .i pont. medicine's ) 0
o: ,i po in f ind barber s (I)0 ,0 !
I1 n ] cIIl I ootlipaste .Und l l
hli,)lis recorded rcduh ct"i I )t
S). 1 )I l ,1 po(,Il t 1and 01) : of
p rnt l i respect n'.e .
I l r c' re\i\,ition ,in id :, ,ldn'!
ir .'e\ tl pe'd 0 5 point, 1 1 o
c' i cenit ,o 114 7 in \ .I:. tr,,
.2 inII \pi I'I l .Id ,l, 0 !
)lil ts tI the ill, rcaseC ii
,cr ll uil e rin ks i11 .,Ii II -
,o ed upI I 0 1 point \t', Il
I> Illl f Ight" [ l' 1 7
l:.I c e' lec IIy 'I l', C o (i
,point i 0 03 g ,o '! n

I hC thCL' goods', and ,cn L .'I
C\ \ id 1114m p '11 r
i per ,e tom !o 1114 Inl \I i\
S 107.,s in .\pnl. l .i
n 1' Iplt sNIhowed ci
.'r .\ iIl' inde\ .+ b.
points. s\veet w ii
a pollmi sco:( cl 0 (lid oi i
'uilt. IIJl I i n 0.02 oil .i l) !',
c:i the otlhIc h nd vmc s kius nit" d
S ii. c'l e.uipmll ient fell h\ () ii
p. i point I md 0 01 oI .1 p i',It


DECOMPOSED

BODY IS

IDENTIFIED

I he composed bo id
Itund in a small house on C
Ilarold Road reservation. c it
3 30 p.m. Wednesday, hii been
identified as 50-\ cLa-old
I ivingpston lhomnipson.
According to a cl 1 )
spokesman, Thompson li scd inl
the house and was caretaker cl
the reservation, c0 tiowned b\
Ihoma.s Turnquest
lie cause oIt IthoImI1psionl'
death is still uinkno\wn lihe
spokesman estimated that the
body had been in in thie house
over six days.


IFLAMINGO DAY in the
.iahamas will be observed this
S'ear onl Monday. August 13.
the Bahamas National Iirust


announced today.
A spokesman for
s.id that this da\
sIpecially set apart
public attention
conservation of the
the national bird
Bahamas


the Iruist
lihas been
to draw
Ito the
flamingo,
of the


"To mark Flaningo l)a\. we


YOUTHS PLEAD


GUILTY TO


BREAK-IN

I IVI Y)t HIS, jointly
charged with breaking into the
(lub Splendid ii last Street
on Jil\ 20 swe.re rmeanded in
c ustUdi, i i l tlomorrov,
morning b1\ Magistrate
I niiianucl (Osadebay.
Thc five Anthony
D) %wkins, a 23-year-old
engineer, Derek Coakley, 15.
Masons Addition, Anthon\
I ivingslone, 14, last Street,
Sllsworth Miller, 14 arnd
Dionit! Moss, 13, of Burial
(;round corner r pleaded
guilty to thlie charge.
I lie youths, with the
exception of Miller, were
jo 1ntl charged with
lS \car-old Rodne\ )Dais iof
Icm iaid Road with the July I19
hlic -k-in of the N is,.iaui

I j el of themI plead 'd guilty.
In thie first oti.nce, C'hief
.. Okell C. (rtr wri'.ht told
I t, court the a.cuiseCd broke
thie (Club Splendid
s iine betweLen 2 :1. ont
J.1,1\ 20 and ) .ra.mi., the same
Ii cl. when its owner ihad tone
1t, iiin it.
lie said the club's o\ner.
\M. Allan Whyly had secured
Ii premises beoic l he locked
ip that utmorning.
I'poi enteiinig ile building
jt o)upening tine, he teoiind that
it had been broken into arnd a
\ending achirlcne, iuke bo\ and
cash tlra with '70 had been
hlik en The money w as
urr'sing iroi thl e tre i .
I niry was gainned b\ the
Sio\ i al of a loc.k Ironl a
noithcrn door. \i. tCartwright
saidt. Poh1 e invicstli'tiionr s led
to the .;ccu eid \wio adillitted
the bicak-in.
iPolice are to brihI addititonalt
hirges .again-t the inmen it is
understood.
1ms I, t thet' leeni.,iers ire

'lie\ ls pleaded guilt\, to
tie charg.'e ol entering the
\ a~.i sai Stdludin "with
others b\ reImov ing an
a -.ii ondilotltitng unit from tlhe
Iui ldling.
Ihe\ stole one cake, a
ciarton olit ci.airettcs and anl
unildisclosed amountt ot cash
fro i the building, whiich is
owned b\ Mr. Charlie Major.
I lie\ wcre ordered
rcaiiiinded in cistod\' to enable
tl e couriit Ito lind oiut it lIhe\
lu.r\ c' pr'\ iiion s recordits.

CUBA SEIZES DISABLED
AMERICAN BOAT
W ASHINGTON (AP) A
disabled Anierican boat from the
Virgin Islands is being held in Cuba.
the State Department said
WVednesday


will present a special film
progrannmme which will be open
to the public The details of
the programmed to be held at
the Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel, will be announced
later." said the spokesman.
Flamingo Day is sponsored
by the Bahamas National Trust
and has been officially
recognized by the Government
as a national event.


BATELCO UNION QUERIES

UNION PRESIDENT, THEN--


Public Service Union



meeting ends in chaos,



& union boss walks out

By NICK KELLY
A GENERAL MEETING OF THE PUBLIC SERVICES
UNION ended in chaos last night when union president Thaddeus
Darling allegedly attempted to ram through certain constitutional
changes without due notice and by excluding the Bahamas


Demand goes

up for alarms


& guard dogs

THI' CRIME wave in New
Providence has caused an
upsurge in the demand for
dogs and burglar alarms in
addition to iron bars.
The Bahamas Humane
Society confirmed today that
since the killing of Mrs. Diane
Ashton and the cutlass attack
on Mrs. Paula Styles, there
has been a tremendous
request for full-grown dogs
from the Society, to be used
as watchdogs.
The Humane Society
presently has five dogs
available for adoption and
eight puppies.
One well-known dealer in
burglar alarms said today he
was not soliciting any more
business as he had more than
he could handle.
The Tribune reported
Tuesday that iron work
makers were being swamped
by the demand for protective
grillwork for windows.


Telecommunications branch from
When members of the
Batelco branch questioned Mr.
Darling's authority to bar
them, the union president
reportedly packed his beiefcase
and walked out.
The constitutionality of Mr.
Darling's actions has now come
under the scrutiny of the
Public Services Union, which
views last night's developments
as an attempt to split the
10,000 members of the P.S.U.
from its more aggressive
Batelco branch.
The Tribune was told that
the meeting, attended by close
to 500 people, many standing
outside, began at the small
faxico Union Hall at 8 p.m.
Under Article 16 of the
union's constitution, 15 days
notice must be given either
through the post press or radio
that a general meeting is being
called for that purpose. The
vote at such a meeting is by
secret ballot.
According to Mrs. Willimae
Bridgewater. Batelco union
president, the P.S.U. held an
executive meeting on July 17.
Although she is a member of
thie executive she was not
invited.
TOO LATE
When she learned of the
meeting through other sources
it was too !ate for her to attend
personally but she sent a
representative, she said.
It was at this meeting that
the Batelco representative
learned that a general meeting
was being called for Jul\ 25
last night. But notice of the
meeting was not made public
until July 22, Mrs. Bridgewater
said, even though the
constitution states that two
weeks notice must he given for
a general meeting.
Mrs. Bridgewater said that
no one was aware whit the
meeting was about and had no
inkling it involved
constitutional amendments
until they arrived and saw the
agenda.
"The president said that it
was necessary to amend the
union constitution to bring it
in line with the constitutiion of
the Bahamas, butl he never said
what these amendmenrtts iwsere
to be.
"When I asked what
amendments he proposed I
never got an inswer".
According to Mrs. Bridge\water
Mr. Darling replied that "What
I am proposing has nothing to
do with Batelco which is not a
part of us. This only concerns
the civil service,"
As a result of the union
president's statenennt, the
Batelco meincmbers demanded to
know wh\. i they were not a
part of the union, they were
paying their dues direct to the
parent union
Article 3 ol the union
constitution say s that all
persons regula.i employed int
the country bt government, a
Ministry, public board, public
committee, public corporation
or by ithe union is eligible for
membership.
Mrs Bridgew after pointed
out that although the
900-member Batelco branch
has a separate agreement with
the Batelco Corporation, this
agreement was signed by Mr.
Darling as president of the
Public Services Union.
NOT REGISTERED
In addition, she said, the
Batelco union as such is not
registered under the Industrial
Relations Act, although the
P.S.U. is.
When the Batelco members
pressed for a reply. Mr. Darling
is alleged to have packed up
and left half an hour after the
meeting started. He did not
return although union
members are said to have
waited until 0:45 p.m.
Another matter of concern
to the union is the fact that
elections were to have been
held this month. Unless this is


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participation.
done shortly, the P.S.U. could
find itself operating illegally.
The Tribune understands
that in discussion of
constitutional amendments,
the meeting was also called to
discuss the interim increase in
civil servants salaries and the
civil service building.
Reportedly one of the
amendments the union
president was hoping to push
through was one which would
have kept the union executive
body in office for three years
instead of on the present
yearly basis.
An effort is being made, it is
understood, to replace Mr.
Darling as president of the
P.S.U.
LEGAL ADVISOR
Another union source said
that Mr. Darling proposed
having attorney Julian
Maynard replace Mr. L. B.
Johnson as legal advisor to the
P.S.t'., since Mr. Johnson had
been named ambassador to
Washington.
1H is said to have told last
night's meeting that Mr.
Maynard had agreed to take
the position "for a token". The
members objected, because
they felt that if they ever
needed the services of their
attorney they would probably
nut be able to get him.
It was their view that the
union was now a big enough
body to retain counsel at
proper fees. A big argument
resulted from this proposal by
Mr. Darling, The Tribune was
told
It is understood that certain
executive members of the
P.S.L. consider the Batelco
branch a threat to their
positions, because that union
has displayed solidarity in its
negotiations with the Batelco
Corporation.
The suggestion has been
made by an informed source
that efforts are being made at a
much higher level to split the
Public Services Union and thus
weaken it in any future
negotiations.
This is the reason, it is said,
that attempts are being made
to keep the Batelco branch
isolated from active
participation in union affairs.
Mr. Darling could not be
contacted today for comment.

...AND THEN

THERE WERE NINE!
THE TIRIBUIM learned
today that nine, not eight
Bahamians have qualified as
barristers-at-law and been
called to the English Bar for
the Trinity Term
The ninth Bahamian is Mr.
Tennyson Wells, who was
among three called from Inner
Temple. lie received his LL.B.
with honours from London
University. Mrs. Stephanie
Nguyen-Unwala, also called
from Inner Temple, received
her LL B. with honours from
Manchester University.
It is understood that six of
the nine students were on
Bahamas government
scholarships.
TRIBUNE GIRL
HAS DAUGHTER
AN EIGHT pound baby girl
was born to Mrs. Laura
Roberts, wife of Perry Roberts
of Nassau, Wednesday at 2
p.m. at the Princess Margaret
Hospital.
Mrs. Roberts is a member of
The Tribune's advertising
department.


Youth,19, pleads guilty to


assaulting girl, bound over

OSWALD STYLES, a former racehorse jockey, charged with
sexually assaulting a 15-year-old school-girl on February 24, was
bound over in the amount of $500 for one year by Mr. Justice
Maxwell Thompson this morning.


FLAMINGO DAY--AUGUST 13


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UNPRECEDENTED CONSTITUTIONAL BATTLE JOINED


FAILURE TO PRODUCE MAY LEAD TO CONTEMPT CHARGE
WASHINGTON (AI') President Nixon was under couil I rdet to, respond
to subpoenas from the Senate ,atergate Committee and spciiil piose tiilor
'rchibald Cox tort \atergate related tapes and Jdouments, b\ IO ai ii.
(IIDT) today. The WVhite House has given no hint .is to, hail lorn tilhe
presidential response will take. but. indications are that Ni\,n \\ill leUii le
to provide the material
( o\ sas lie %%ill ,isk federal iudge John Sineri to ,ordcr \ion to show'
auuse wht hie should [not be held in contempt, solild the President tail to
make a responlse iii tilhe matter. Conmminittee c chairman Snii il I rliii s.N s the
.inmmittee will ask flr .i court order directing N\onii ti produce tile
material should the white e House mose to kill the subpoenas. ,,Cox sas a
datc. e ill be set ifor ral arguments
J. EDGAR HOOVER HELD UP FBI'S PROBE EHRLICHMAN
\. IA l N(.I N ( \PNI it I ,rio r n T ihite House aide John I hrlichman ilaes
.I third di'. d of qinestinn \ thi t a, e Setale \ iatcr.ilc ',omiititee ltoda
t i. hwiniL ., session it eslterd.t I much legal de atil Much tit l t esterd.% i
- 't %%ii ais, .timed .it testing t hrlichiman it's accounts of eilients leading up to
the 1W7 1 break i .it tilthe office of ltinel ilsber 's ps\ ch.ilrit
I hrlichman sa. s he Lite J IF dgar Hlover dhe dc railet \ held up tle I BtI'S
probe i' thile I isherg Pcintiiotn l',aper's leak because e I Il'herg lather in lai%
a- .il in .ld Il-end I .il imaide it necessary I hrlichm.an ,i \ so. Io .i.sin the
WVhite itou e t I 'liimltbers' t, coiiduict their o%\\%i i\i esigllt ition S St I
S lRil S I HltS I'1 V I )
ISN'T LIKELY COURTS WILL FORCE NIXON'S HANDS
V. 'A 'ItIN(,l N I \1') Ihlie io t,,p Republic.ianI leders ot congresss said
today ithe\ think the Sen A.ite \ itel' i te Committee haid lno ioic'e i except to
suilpoeia president A.l .ipcs lin s\ aieraiite. But, after ai i leetingi titll
prt-.ideil Ni\. ii, Sellale I eider tui b Scottall id house I, edei t.er.ald ord
predicted the ourts \il i iel'ut lttortlu it et the taipes
Scott said tie believes it the -lac should reiIch tli Su ipremie Court. tlhe
lilb h Court o\,uld reliln t, dtcir A it i\In to turn over i ilildeilit.il record'.
U.S. BOMBING OF C \MBODIA I \CONSrTI I UTIONAL
N'I-W 'I RK (1 'P) -\ teder.ial iudi'e ruled itoda. thati the I'.S bombing in
t .'nbodia iis nciisttitin a.il. .ind granted il iiiJuiictioni ag.iins further
military olpert'iliionsl Iith t tountr' .I. Distriil courtt ludge )Orrin Judd
I filed ii 'N \ ) rk ik .t suintl 'bro iii '\ tire.' kl ii ( ollngre','\VOll a.i
l,'ahbei li t l i/nalin .ini lirce air lilc e t lie r r l eI .elirtlllltl i s ithat
u .h ipera.tions .ire unionstitutiiin' il ithi out ;iuthonl/ri ltioi Irom 'Coiigre'-.
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the Sei altee. i\hs1,1 ilIlle l.it, i'l\ Ad ordll'
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'-1.iS tlu 11457 t'.iiiid i's cLirretilt i:ot,inletT ilt is liberil, lie,ided Ib\ 'Prime
lini ter Pierre I Ih,,tt I rTiL,'uii
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ministerr in the t.ia ken/e King g iticovernmelitll (ithe i ge ot, 5 i. He accepted
[ht post in .i tenpor.ir\ I.Sl1i, but \:iS, desltit d i) bet illm e tile country '
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eliminating slome hon ti .il ties 1ith lurit.n l i. I st \ernnll'il .ibolishedd the
rect'ur'.e tot Jappeail to lihe l'ri\i t.iunLil in I ,'iidol)i .id hnide ithe C'.in.idi.in
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_uit% in all three ,) till(' In the ntet rnr int in ih t, 'nt t n t hin h n l ,
vAdintg tai\es on .gnim hni prOit-
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unti of flying ft.lse return, nll I,)(, ,!n IQo
Ihe trial. hluh ii lilte1l I thlit Jdni l.is ontduc,'J tinder shiortenled hour
t e.Jcause of I anlk\ s 'lh.ilth t He underwent openl hc.irt sure e.irliel tli i
c AIr .
tlhie ke' issue in the triil ,'.s the credibillti sttr prsea uti on itil'cs
Vincent "His Vinnie' Icresa
Before hanldilg t lhe is l- (i .5S. Sdil r t l 1uililJge i e I ltIon
re;,eted a defense l i on t rli i .t mltri.il
QUESTION OF FSI AL.TING COST OF CONCORDE
L[O N O)(AN .( \1' I \ ,ti nllttee -,! Brit ish I irli!n 'ilr t,iriini 1 lh
committeee o l 'ublih \ untili t !,d.i\ i Jsued .1 bl. .l, report on [lie
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orr,.ct tetIhmn e il pri,1,-rn i
CONNALLY LE \\IN;G WHITE HOUSE POS I
AS Ntitl N s 1 i\li 'i isrr ln i sil \,s l lno unld \\, lti]'s1i \ l ti ll i ill
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ot ustoin litn lio r ii n i I I the' I' Il'
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NIXON ANDI SHAH HOLI)D "'0 \IlNUTE DISCUSSION
sASH IN(,I ON ( 'l i'r'sideiit Ni .,n itnd the visilintu Shah of Iran,
o nhatmiad te/.,i t'iilai t 'el jetor in ihi ur .ilnd 1t mlinutes 't,' ednestId. inl
'h t the W h'ite t h use i lle' d "li l rik .ihd tn1 thendli "" ti lks
haih" quest for I 14 fighter bonmbersc
t" Ihe question ot .irmns I wouldli t i Jrdr,--, troni livre,, sdiJ d pu[t\ p ai x
secretary\ Ier.ild I. \s lttell"
An int, nrmail \White HoIlus sltatemIent i,+Adt h\ \arre'n, said E xoios ,n d Ills
\ tl- tr disc u sed the m iddle i .ist t .ii.lt ht ,11 S uth l ii l *\sl.i. the res l' t
'oIset le Ameris'ai sumtltiutht itild 1h11 Ni'. eli a \priss' d 1ilithltiuitll ititire's.t '1i
tlhe security stabili(\ .ind progress ot states to tile ',ersilin I ,ull aire.i
She Shahi is to stirl his return 1ho. e I rid:i'






BAHAMAS GAS


EHRLICHMAN


CLAIMS HE'S

INNOCENT

By Brooks Jackson
WASHINGTON (AP) J ohn
I). I hrlichmnan testified today
that President Ni \on did not
fireit tit and .iwtniallI suggested
that instead iof resigning front
the White House staff hie take a
leave Cof absence during the
Watergatce uproar.
I hrtlichmnan repeatedly
insisted in tCle'ised testimony
before thie Senalite Watergate
committee thit lie did nothing
wrong.
Selln Daniele K. Inouye,
(D-Ilawaii) asked I hrlichtman:
"It you're clean, why did he
tire \ou"''"
"HeI I didn't, Ehrlichman
said. "I resigned."
FIormer Atty. Gen John N
Mitchell had suggested in
earlier testili lloni that
I lirlichmlan and II. R
Ilaldemnan were ousted by the
President, who annoLunced
their resignations on April 30.
I hirlichin ni said thec
President had suggested that he
1ake liCivc bul remain on the
still indthl o is much as lieh
could while answering charges.
Bul Ihrlichinan said he and
Ilaildetnain discussed that. and
decided it wias not viable. ie
said the\ decided it had to he a
clean break.
Ni\oin aliltounced lit the
tIi e thailt I lirlichlm ant and
Ilaldcniaiiin had resigned, and
called flelle two of the finest
pubic sor\iants lie ever hadi
kliin i t,
Mn haic maintained that
\1i, did no wrong?" Inout e

"' es,'" I litrlicl iani replied.
Iniu\e then asked wh\i. i
halt was thlie case. Mitchell
cited his resignation a's
e\ cldenc tliie President 'was
loei 1in the bt oolli oilt people
itipltI 'Ai td in1 tie WateIgate
,.1 1 1 i I I rlirichilan said
\Mitch'll w\is not aware oif the
Pretsid.'nt's tilluies.
\IX\N & BRI AK-IN
In uis testinon Thursday
I lrlichnain:
Said Nixon told anl aide toe
take "whatever steps are
necessary'" to plug Pentagon
Papers leaks, but that Nixon
didn't express\ authorize the
1971 break-in at Daniel
I llshberg's, ps hiatrist's office
Denied Ithat lie had
.ttiempted to influence the
,utcoit e ot f Ili I Ilsberg trial
when lie twice discussed with
I lie judge in the case the
possibility that lhe ildge might
lie appointed lical of the IFBI
deniedd that citliher lie or
Nixon aullhori/cdil iu I itfer ot
cleiiiency I V Watcrgate
con spilatl i I'. II \\ deniedd that he sliggested
to former Acting IBI Dl)irector
I. Patrick (;ra that l h destroy
documentlls trom Hltl's safe.
IIe said hce was surprised to
titnd that (;ra\ had destroy the
iaetCrul, anild ret used a requLest
ib> Ga1i> to lie abLout the
incident
I' hrlichinan gave his account
it cihionveisations April 5 and 7
witlh IU.S. district court ludge
M1att B rne, in which hie said
hie sounded oult Ithe Pentagon
P a p e r 's J ut d g ;i b t
appointment to lieid the FBI.
lie said hlie did lso ont the
President's Instructionsu, but
nu By re.
I thlichnlan said he saw
llnothing linprhoper ill that
a.ltlhoughl Byrne was at the time
presiding in lhe Pentagon
Papers trial lie said it was not
an .ttallenipt Ito influence the
trial.
lthi ugh lie knew ofIlic th
t llsberg Burglary, a key factilr
in dli issal oit the Pentagon
I'apces charges n Mi 1a 1
I unrhtshinitn s'sid it woutild not
have been prptit hut hutint Ii
tell the judge' about that.
"It what I did was improper
tlhat would have been


iinpr opriety squared,"
I lirhlchinan said.
NIXON'S ORDI)RS
I c said he was under
instructions froi Nixon not ito
discuss the secret White House
investigation of leaks b'y the
so-called "Plumbers unit."
Furthermore, he said, the
burglary bore on thie trial, so it
would have been wrong to raise
it with Byrne.
The government later
advised the judge of the
burglary nd of wiretaps on
Fllsherg, leading Byrne to
tdismniss charges against I Ilsberg
and Anthoni\ Russo in the
Penitagoni Papers case.
Inouye alsio raised the
possibility that Nixon's refusal
to permiit investigators or
prosecutors access toi tapes oft
his white House conversations
could prevent prosecution of
I-hrlichmian or others who
night later be indicted.


Nixon refuses to hand over


SKYLAB 2

ASTRONAUTS


tapes to Watergate committee END TRAINING


who vote to sue President
By Donald M. Rothberg
WASHINGTON (AP) Congress and the President of the
United States joined unprecedented constitutional battle
Thursday over access to tape recordings and documents sought by


the Senate Watergate committee.
President Nixon replied to
committee subpoenas bh'
refusing the tapes and offering
selected documents only if the
panel specifies which ones it
w,iits The chairman, Sen. Sam
J. Frvin Jr.. (D-N.C.) said that
was an impossible condition:
how could the committee
1specIfy documents when it
doesn't know what documents
e\islt?'
\nd so, before a national
tel vision audience, the
Watergate ommnlittee voted
uiianinously to ask the court
to order Nixon to produce tlhe
material.
In its simplest terms, tthee
seten Senators of the
Watergate committeee voted to
suce the President.
Ni\t n also refused to turn
(Icr White Ilouse tapes to tlhe
special Watergate prosecutor.
sa.l ngi the courts have ii
authority to issue such orders
itl the President.
But Nixon did agree to(
supply two White Hlouse
ilniCins requested by the
piose'utor. The response catut
in a letter to U.S district court
iidge John J Sirica.
Saying he was acting with
thie "iutnmost respect for the
liiu it." he nonetheless mustt
decline to obey the subipoten
issued Mtonday by the special
prosecutor, Archibald Cox.
('Co\ moved imitediately tIo
obtain a court order requiring
the President to comply with
the subpoe na.
At issue are NixoTn',
contention that executli% c
privilege permits him toi
withhold the tapes aitnd
d(cl in e hit s. and t he
omit utltec's insistence that it,
charier from the Senate
pernnts it toi subpoena White
House material relevant to their
Watergate investigation.
As the committee voted toi
take the controversy to court,
Sen. I,\viward II. Baker Jr.,
(R- 'enn l held oiut the hope
that compromiisc might still be
possible.
t'( 'l l'h1 ll '
Baker. tlhe committee's vice
chairman, suggested tliat a
panel Itr(n outside tlhe
government might review the
tapes anll documents. and
decide which oines are in tlact
related to) thile Senatel
inv'Mstigatin itt
Oin another trInot. I'.S.
district court judgc J)ohn J
Sirnca annoilunced that lie
would huld .1 hearing p-omnptly
on the dispute over the
Watergate-ictelled White House
evidences
Ihe resolution approved by
the Watergate Committee
authorized its chief counsel,
Sanmuel Dash. to present to the
courts the issuLe of access to the
tapes and documents and "to
take such steps as may be
necessary to present such steps
to adjudication."
What that itc,iuns is that the
committee will si nply ask the
federal court toi enforce the
subpoenas wslich had been
served o iln N i\(.
The issuLe seemCed certain to
be headed lot a climax before
ithe Supremne Court.
I le subpuioenas were served
on Nixon last Monday evening
and wcre returning at
1400(;\IT. IThe cotnulittee
served the President wi th two
sU bpouc'ia's cIltia nd int the
While House tapes and
docutttents'
Special Watergate prose utur
Axrchibald (Coi setsed Nixon
with a third subpoena seeking
Iine tapes and related
lmettorandi, a Nixon lmemot
arid all oif the so-called political
matters ineinos prepared for II.
R. lialdeiian, former White
IHouse chief ol stal.
NO PR ('I 1)1 NT
"'The chair recogni/es that
there is no precedent for
litigation of this nature," Ervin
said after the committee voted
to go to court. "I think this
litigation is essential if we are
to determine whether the
President is above the law. and


whether the President is
immuune from the duties and
responsibilities of this kind
that evolve upon all the other
mortals that dwell in thus
land."
lrvin said Nixon's demand
that the committee be specific
about what documents it
wanted was an impossible
demand to live with-
"We are not clairvoyant,'
Ervin said. "You can't identify
a document you've never seen.


The Constitution wouldn't
collapse and the heavens
wouldn't fall in" if Nixon
complied with the subpoenas,
he said.
Newsmen were told by a
White House spokesman not to
expect Nixon to respond to the
subpoenas on Wednesday.
The spokesman, deputy
press secretary Gerald L.
Warren, had said earlier that
Nixon would make anll
appropriate response before
the 10 a.m.. EDT. Thursday
deadline, and that the response
would he consistent with the
President's past refusal to turn
over to Cox or Sen Sam J.
I rvin Jr.'s committee any
Watergate-related White IHouse
documents and tape recorded
conversations.
NIXON'S RI FUSAL
Nixon based his refusal onl
the doctrine of separation of
powers because the committee
is a legislative body and Cox. in
taking White House evidenceC
before a grand jury. would be
using the material in a judicial
branch proceeding.
Congressional reaction to
the deepening legal tangle
%aried Ifromt full support flor
Nixon's position to a1
suggestion of impeachment.
Rep. Jerome R. Waldie.
()-('alif.) suggested that
i nipea chl ent proceedings
tiiight have to be started toI
force release of the White
I louse tapes.
Waldie said. however, that
IltI a proceeding wouldn't be
so m111uch an attempt to renm ec
\ion from office as it would
he a imc'chanisti for discovery
lie said he did not believe
the doctrine of separation of
powers could be applied by the
President in an impeachiment
proceeding since such action.
by its nature and constitutional
definition, involves "an
intrusion of thle legislative
branch into the conduct of the
executive branch."
Wald e. a candidate for
governor r of California in
1074. added, however, hlie did
not thin k actual removal of
Nixon Iromn office is warranted
on the basis of facts known at
this tinlc
No CHOICE BUT
I lie two top iOP
Congressional leaders. Sen.
lHught Scttl of Pennsylvania
and Rep Gerald R. Ford oh
Michigan. met with Nixon and
others on legislative matters for
two hours Wednesday morning
and said later they felt the
Watergate committee had no
choice but Ito subpoena White
House evidence. But they
predicted that the courts
would rebuff the effort.
Scott, asked about Nixon's
declining popularity in
the polls, said the poll takers
were asking for a public
decision before all the facts
were in and predicted a public
opinion reversal in Nixon's
favour once the President
makes his promised full
statement to charges against
hilil


CAPE KENNEDY, FLA.
(AP) The Skylab 2
astronauts concluded their
training on Wednesday for
man's longest space flight by
practising linking up with the
space station and other
manoeuvres they may have to
undertake.
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration
personnel at Cape Kennedy
said the weather for Saturday's
launch of the planned 59-day
mission should be good, with
scattered clouds and winds
from the south at under 10
miles per hour.
Astronauts Alan L. Bean,
Dr. Owen K. Garriott and Jack
R. Lousma ran through their
last full day of training at the
Johnson Space Centre in
Ilouston. They are to fly to
('ape Kennedy Thursday to
make final preparations for the
launch of their Apollo
spaceship aboard a Saturn
rocket.
They practised the complex
countdown procedures they
will go through as they hurtle
away from C'ape Kennedy.
Thie astronauts also
simulated the nearly nine hours
of nianoeuvres required to
chase the 85-ton Skylab and
dock with it in its orbit 275
miles above the earth. The
space station has been empty
since the Skylab 1 crew
completed a 28-day mission
last month.
The astronauts spent time
Wednesday going through the
procedures required to get
them out of the Apollo capsule
or away from the 22-storey
Saturn 1B in case of trouble
before or during the launch.
(Ground controllers fed into
the simulator's computers
realistic emergency situations,
such as failure of the rocket
engines and on-board
explosions after launch. The
astronauts practised the steps
necessary to extricate
themselves from such hazards.
Engineers at Cape Kennedy
installed the flight batteries oil
the Saturn and made radio
frequency tests. They then
began the long series of
systems tests required before
the countdown starts. They
began loading fuel Friday
night.
The Skylab 2 astronauts will
continue the medical, solar
astronomy, earth resources and
other experiments begun by
the Skyla I crew.
(arriott. a solar physicist.
will conduct most of the
experiments using eight
telescopes housed in the lab's
w in d m ill-like astronomical



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Thursday, July 26, 1973


France expected to


explode H-bomb in


Pacific in 24-hours

PARIS (AP) Fance's second atmospheric nuclear blast at its
controversial South Pmcific test site may occur within 24 hours
and will be a hydrogen bomb explosion.


Officials sources in Paris said
it would by a one-megaton
weapon 50 times more
powerful than the Hiroshima
bomb and it will be the fifth
H-bomb France has tested in
the atmosphere.
This year's test programme
started Saturday with a small
atomic blast, believed to be a
proving run for the trigger of
the li-bomb. The whole series
is designed to check out a
production version of the
hydrogen weapons to equip
France's independent nuclear
deterrent, delivered by aircraft,
missiles and submarines.
The New Zealand na\\,
whose frigate Otago is onl
"protest patrol" near Mururoa,
reported poor weather
apparently prevented the test
being held Wednesday
morning. But conditions were
improving and the test could
come around 1800 (;MT
Thursday, the navy said.
It will be the first Hydrogen
blast at Mururoa 800 t miles
southeast of Tahiti. Previous
Il-bomb testing has been
carried out at Fangataufa Atoll
about 30 miles away.
U.S. & U.K. WATCl(IING
France has apparently
decided to completely ignore
the Otago, which observed andl
gave the world the first news ot
last Saturday's blast, and is
moving into position to see the
hydrogen blast, U.S and
British observation ships are
also in the area.
But it is more concerned
about private protest moves
After boarding the U.S
-registered yacht Fri and taking
its multinational crew to a
military island half-was froun
Mururoa to Tahiti, IFrenchi
aircraft now are radar searchinti
for a speck on the ocean the
30-foot yacht Carmen sailed hi.
a lone protestor, Robert
Wignall of Australia.
lie left Tahiti July 10i
headed for Mururoa and has
not been sighted since. The
Carmen carries no radio.
Two other protest yachts are
headed for the /oe Thlie
Greenpeace II left from New
Zealand and the Spirit of Peace
from Raratonga in the Cook


Islands in the past few dais.
and should be in tihe Mumruro
region in two or three weeks.
The test series is expected ti>
cover five or six blasts and last
through the end of August.
The test series still aroused
little public interest in lFrancc.
despite the continued protest.
from both sides of the Pacific
including Peru's breach ol
diplomatic relations with
France, though consular and
trade officials remain in Paris
THOSF A(;AINST
Delegations from leading
unions, the Co(mnuinist and
Scialist parties and peace
n ove Iments Wedne sd a
delivered petitions against thel
testing to the I lysee Palace to
President ( eorges Poimpidui
but made noi public
dticmonst rat iotn.
In Parlianment, a Socialist
deputy from the I andes region
along France's southern pit :i
question to defense liniistei
Robert (;alleo asking about
local ruoiinOurs that thI
government "s as considering
holding underground nucleaC
tests in the l.andes."
llenri l avielle said. could
goveirntient please re noiiicl
the tests ill the face (t
In e a r Iu n a n i ill u s local
opposition, or at least hold ,
referendum on ithe subjectt.
Lavielle said the locals were
worried that such testingI
would ruin years of hard work
that they had put into building
up the tourist ndustty.
There was no imiiiimediatt,
indication wslien alleyy would
reply to the question, which
called tor a debate to It llo
the reply.
NEW ZEALAND WILL HOLD
FRANCE RESPONSIBLE
W\V LLIN i;tiiN, Jtl.i 2',
(\'t) N'e\w islandd i .is It. ,t I r.iain
that itl firmniall reserved the ri'hi
It hold t'aris resplonsible'ic r amn
dlinage or loses im rre'd I, N t\\
/itil iid ir its tacit it- isla ds is .i
restilt ot ni i i I 'le.ir \'\.c ipiis t' sts
Ihis \\ais sttIed in :I J uil 22
protest lit)te Il til' I r nch
gp'vernmeni released Ii'hursd.i i \i
Prime Ministe'r Nirimian I Kirk.
\liich reaitffirimedi Ne\% /c.ilinld's
strong opposition ti ill such i ,s
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Thursday, July 26, 1973


EDITORIAL

Interesting and puzzling


By ETII \NI Dl'Pl('
IT IS interesting and puzzling too to review the situation
in Colonial islands in this hemisphere as they develop the various
stages of change in their blind march into independence.
Curiously enough .... most of the steam for these movements
has been generated by the Black Power hysteria in the U.S.
The nonsense of the situation is that the islands concerned
already have in full measure all thile rights and privileges sought by
the Negro in America where he faces handicaps usually
experienced by a militant minority in any community .
Let us deal with the Bahamas first.
**********
Not too long ago Prime Minister Pindling openly declared
against independence. And then a short time afterwards his
Government launched a full scale programme for independence.
As usual, the Prime Minister's hatchet man, Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur Hanna, was the ramrod in this movement.
In shifting gears on the brink of this political precipice. Mr.
Pindling declared that, from where he sat. he could see great
advantages in independence for the Bahamian people.
What he sees must be far distant and hidden behind the
horizon because all I can see is rising unemployment, rising taxes,
falling revenue, flight of foreign investment, a steady decline in
the value of the tourist business, bankrupt hotels, near collapse oft
the building industry, seriously inferior Out Islands
communication services, a drop in the standard of cruise ship
service with the sale of the luxury liner Freeport, rising crime aind
doubt and uncertainty among the people especially at Abaco
where many of the people had expressed a desire to cut loose
from the Bahamas and remain a colony of Britain.
***********
A free people celebrated independence on July 10.
A celebration should be a time of rejoicing for a people.
I sincerely wish I could see what Mr. Pindling claims he sees. 1
feel that he should reveal his secret to the people so that they
may look to the future with joy and hope in their hearts.
All I see is a heavy cloud overhead. It gets darker and drops
lower every day.

The Bermudian people enjoyed the reputation for being the
gentlest in the hemisphere. Their only possible rival for gentleness
and kindness were the Bahamian people, a majority of ,whom
have undergone an unhappy change under the influence it PIP
propaganda.
Bermuda was far behind the Bahamas in human relations. The
Bahamas had gone much further than Bermuda in developing
racial harmony but it came too late .... and, when it did come,
there lingered some stupid resistance to the change among
powerful elements in the Old Guard.
When the leaders of Bermuda saw wlIhee tolly had led the Old
Guard in the Bahamas, they moved quickly to repair their fences.
They gave the people an integrated government and eventually
their white Premier stepped down to make place for a black man.
Bermudians were given everything anm rational people could
desire.
But already the island had been infected bh the American
cancer of Black Power. Recently the island has been rocked
and the world shocked by three sets of brutal murders,
including the assassination of the Governor of the colony and his
A.D.C.
Britain's famed Scotland Yard has been called in on these
cases.

The people of Grenada held an election in which independence
was supposed to be an issue. They elected the pro-independence
party headed by Premier Eric Gairy but when a delegation went
to England to finalize this step into a dark future, many of the
people had second thoughts, which they expressed in tie form of
strikes and public demonstrations.

Britain is aware of the desire of a very large number of her
colonial peoples to retain their present status in the
Commonwealth but she has turned a deaf ear to all appeals to
reason.
How could England, for example, decently turn the Bahamian
people over to a Government that is being openly accused of'
corruption .... and which is openly harassing anyone who has the
courage to stand up for truth and honesty?
But it has happened!

I suppose the answer is to be found in what is now happening
in the Dutch colonies in the Caribbean and South America.
Britain waited patiently for her colonies to press for
independence.
Holland isn't doing this. The Dutch government has made it
clear that it is tired of foolishness .... and so it is cutting its
colonies adrift, whether they want it or not.
All these Atlantic and Caribbean islands have been parading
around like a lot of stupid prima donnas, not realising that the
European govcnments of which they are fortunate enough to be
a part, have been holding on to them for their own good.
A news dispatch out of Willemstaadt, the capital of Dutch
Curacao, reports that "with wholly unpredictable consequences
for the future, the Dutch are about to abandon their last
remnants of empire, a handful of Caribbean islands and an
unattractive wedge of South American jungle".
The report continues: "Just when the remaining ties will be
severed is unknown. The break could come sooner in some places
than in others. But the Dutch are determined to go, and by the
end of the decade the Dutch tri-colour will surely fly nowhere


but in Europe.
"Headed in varying degrees of reluctance for total
independence are Curacao, Aruba and Bonaire in the Lesser
Antilles, Sint-Maarten, Sint Eustatius and Saba in the Leewards
and Surinam, the old colony of Dutch Cuiana on South America's
north coast.
"All were granted virtually complete self-government in 1954,
with The Hague retaining responsibility only for defense and
foreign affairs. But the residue of empire rankles in the latter half


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GOSPEL BELLS CHOIR ON U.S. TOUI

MEMBERS OF THE POPULAR GOSPEL BELLS CHOIR in bright Bahar
departed recently for an American concert tour. They were bid farewell before
an Eastern Air Lines jet, by the Hon. Clement T. Maynard, Minister of To
Maynard is seen in the centre of the group. Photo: Roland Rose.


Crippled Children's Committee



vith 471 cases of which 35 mai


A MEETING of the Crippled require artificial limbs or
Children's Committee was held other aids as such cases are
on July 17 at Jacaranda Hlouse certified by the (oninitiity
on Parliament Street. It was Nursing Serivice." hli.iirman
reported that 471 patients have Stanley Oakes Buttlei said
been processed by the today,
Professional Committee at the Assisting Dr- Granville Bain
children's clinics held weekly and the Physiotherapy
since February 22 at the Department of the I'M I with
Princess Margaret Hospital, tihe weekly clinics are two
Seventy-five surgical visiting orthopaedic residents,
procedures have resulted from Dr William trom tlhe
the clinics of which thirty-five University of IEdinburgh and
were major surgical cases. Dr, Richard West from the
Included in this total are University of Pittsbuiih They
children from the Family will be in attendance lor a
Islands who were transported period of four months and will
to the clinics by the Crippled be followed h1 otlier
Children's Committee on the orthopaedic specialists froin
re commendation of thlie teaching hospitals overseas.
Community Nursing Service. According to Dr Bain, many
The monthly visits of the graduate doctors specialising in
technicians from J. E. Hangar, orthopaedics are attracted to
Inc. who fit the orthotic and the PMII dueto to e weekly
prosthetic appliances supplied clinics which provide valuable
by the Crippled Children's research material.
Committee have resulted in The Annual Appeal for the
better maintenance of the Crippled Children is still
braces and substantial savings around S5.000 short of its
in cost over last year's budget goal. ThIne ('airinan
expenditures for this work. urges every umnembe'r of the
"The ('rippled Children's community who is interested
Committee has now decided to in this work to conliibute to
expand its services to provide the annual appeal. Small
assistance to needy adults who donations aire especially

of the 20th Century. Even the suggestion of C('olonialim ism an
embarrassment to the sensitive Dutch."

This decision b\ The IHague has been speeded up by events in
some of the islands.
Four years ago Curacao suddenly and unexpectedly "erupted
into full-scale rioting, burning and looting. Royal Marines had to
be sent to the island to restore order.
A similar situation recently developed in Smurinatm whele
i)utch troops managed to keep out of the scrumi alnd left lie local
constabulary to restore order.
"For the most part," the news report reveals. "'ite men wilo
have governed these dependencies for tihe past twoI decades ale
not eager to be cut loose from the mother counlltry. Jageinatlh
Lachnimon, leader of the strongest party in Surinam's goveiinmeniit.
is ty pical.
'The Dutch," he said, 'simply want to walk away, but
juridically they cannot. We are equal partner-s to a contract.
entities of the Kingdom of The Netherlands'."
Lachmon realizes that thlie change must come because the
Dutch want to be rid of themin, hut lie wants more time. at least
10 years, whereas the Dutchi want it NOW, as soon aIs it possible\
can be arranged. not later than 1975.
"T'lie Surinam leader's views," the report continues. "'ae
reflected here (Curacao) by R. J. Isa. the Prime Minister. and
others in his coalition government. They accept the inc\tabhility
of full independence but prefer to delay it as long as the\ can.
"Yet in C(uracao, as in Surinam, there are small but socal
groups clamouring for independence now. Both have beeno
denounced by the establishment as dangerously radical it not
outright Commnunist in orientation."

The report states that not manyta people will be affected b\ tile
proposed movement into independence. It gives 050,000 as the
possible total population of the area. This is more than thiee
times the population of the Bahamas.
Although the area is sparsely populated "the number of people
involved bears no relationship to the volume of investment. t'.S.
and Dutch firms control vast holdings in Surinam bauxite, lhie
base material of aluminium, and U.S. and Dutch oil companies
own the huge refineries that are the industrial foundation of both
Curacao and Aruba."

And so there you are .... some want independence and ale lnow
receiving it .... others don't want it but it is being forced upon
them .... and there is confusion and dark uncertainty eveiywheie
as standards are being torn down on all sides.
*** *******

When the history of this period is written most of the blame
or credit? for changes that are now rocking the world must go
to America's misconception of freedom. The Americans fail to
realize that there can be no freedom where discipline has broken
down.
Very soon .... this hemisphere will be the undivided
responsibility of Uncle Sam. He will find it a heavy mantle to
bear. I hope he will learn to wear it well. But 1 can tell him that
he will need to broaden his shoulders to lHerculean proportions to
bear the weight.

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Confusion now hath make his masterpiece!
SHAKESPEI'ARE


With ruin upon ruin, rout on rout,
Confusion worse confounded.


MILTON I


welcomeil ani
isked to thi
which would
I heir crippledI
Contribution
to Mr. C. W. M
(' rip pl
( committee. P
Nassau, N. I'.,
C. Butler, (h
I children's Co
Box NSO1,.
ALLENDE OF
WITH OPPOSI
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ditcl.i ed S 'edi
read, to tlit r l
.inti-i artist Oip
possible civil .i
Hie sid in .1
t ati his hitter
i.upret' c ltl ort'
ctiifrfo tl tion o h
this South 'Sine
atd ent lie
But he w
O)pposinon lead
tr in t, leid t
'conori n ii,. prohl
a. polit .ial crism
iioist it h .otl
dictjo hrshit.o
The tlarist
mIeetint ot th
(C'oIft'fd e ration.
largest labour
controlled by


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repi. r. l lope ''A" n. i
Indep'nd 'c e I e. I iliI

1.,tronrg .'eing of anlttpa ]lh i r
A bac,-o f co. ld nh t e\pcl iT
m pouit p alndi i pageantry as. inI
Nassauh buIt a niCasurL !
dtigi tii i 1,tuld I ve .re.tied aI
I llol a ,itl t i iieiiti )ra le' lii
not Ior t 'e dl o ired reainis \1\
husband aind I itttndcd thl
c re il il n 1 li1i(u1 % ii th thII
Po st lt-r- I c oi heIr Ialon,
Ltg11L!t tl IA1. Itwo Ame I an
tiuriiat tn shirts ,, sh iirl1' AIIL

le boarding I I t lI ti to the.
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luts- V' h. l si troft Ndassau ig id


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deals midnight the two pl mn
mian shirts were o tlaen l A rdable
re boardingti he ne laid deiat ine
urism. Mr.r to iicin ti listen ing to the
br adi c l NassfolNasa brand
carried the radio along with ws






cmidnigse tht e said the Royal
t itlitren are Bahnamas Pucee IF'orce Band
ink ot projects was the nhorst in the world, or
raise inties for whether to tnte in inthe
ends bllthe Nagabroadcase.
s \ ecasee sent When samy i husband th ked
linard, 'Ireasurer, what was to he done with the
Ch i ldren's old flag one policenian
. 0. Box \7549, commented that he was going
or to Mirs. Allan to duLmp it in the nearest
iii man, ( tippled trashcan andi the other said he
tmmitee. P. 0. 0 would throw it overboard.
Na dsaI. N\.. IFortunately Constable Malone
was able to secure it later on to
FFERS TO TALK be placed in the Community
ITION library
, () 11 ll T. the policemen were so
Sil.lii 1t icriden busily engaged in conversation
esida', .i lt he is
into talks %.il th e with the nglisih girls that they
positi,,ii to i.n rt a nearly missed the big ni-tmient.
r in Chile When the announticement came
speech to tihe nation ol the radio there was dash
'.,-,is 1' fi1,il 'and l I a
to avoid i t vionlit for the :i,t'. i'. and the Inion
hleti ceni ('hileans a.s Jack was hauled down into tihe
rican nation's social dust at the foot ot tile lagpole
Llit ticultiC.' Nteadits
and the new flag hoisted
ar'ied that some At that moment one tl the
ITr are deilberateli policemen remarked that hie
Chile into increased "didn't hear anyone crying".
nli "''it precipitat
....i. .........r ..a This was the extent of the


and disgraceful
president spoke to a
e Central Workers
which is Chlile's
organization and is
('Communists aind


Toical
Extrintr


ceremony at Hope Town


LETTER E L-DII^k0


Serntmiony marking the lend of
:!: Ier'a. the cnd for Ihose lik.,-
ht> (nId l with i y1 aliit
ki kr iullind. ,mi n Ior those
it u, with *\AieriLian
i ikT', llnitis.
I t shouI ld 1 ;1%i I cten lj
;: n' hari terised hs
i.:iiitl- and respect. h\ e leling
.:-! understanding on all sides
ie' attitl de of' the t police


representatives of the
government t left us feeling
sadder than the ceremony
might otherwise have done.
What faith can you have in a
fiture represented by and
commenced with such an
unconcerned, casual, disdainful
air.
BARBARA L. MALONE
Hlope Town, Abaco.


Thursday, July 26, 1973


Abaconian deplores flag raising


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4 auhr rxhalib Ftt iThursday, July 26, 1973

Vuxhall Firenza: SDortv in looks & nerformiincg'] POSITION OPEN


WITH THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE NEW FIRENZA last
year, Vauxhall widened significantly the appeal of their range in
the increasing market for specialised cars with a touch of extra
performance.


The Firenza is a
good-looking fastback coupe,
offering two levels of luxury
(designated, Vauxhall-style, SL
and De Luxe) and three levels
of power (1159 c.c.. 1600 c.c
and 2000 c.c.).
The top-of-the range Firenza
is a 2-litre, twin-carburetter
model, bringing back the
high-performance Viva-size
variant that vanished with the
demise of the Viva GT last
year. Its overhead camshaft
engine, similar to that fitted to
the VX 4/90, gives the Firenza
2000 SL a 100-plus m.p.h.


performance, and acceleration
in keeping.
Two further models, the
Firenza SL and the Firenza De
Luxe, share the extra-per-
formance version of the Viva's
1159 c.c engine as their
standard power unit, with the
1600 o.h.c. engine available as
an extra-cost option for both
models. Prototype testing has
indicated performance levels
similar to those of the
corresponding Viva saloons: a
top-end speed of 85 m.p.h.
when the 1159 c.c. engine is
fitted, and 91 m.p.h. for the
1600 c.c option.
A notable distinction held
by the Firenzas is that they are
the first-ever models to have
been evaluated, tested and
developed at Vauxhall's
700-acre proving ground at
Millbrook from the time they
were conceived. Prototypes
have covered well over a
quarter of a million miles on
the high-speed banked circuit.
hill routes and special surfaces
in an intensive appraisal
programme that has made a
major contribution to the high
levels of quality, reliability and
durability built into the
Firenza range.
Additionally, the Millbrook
facilities have played an
equally major role in ensuring
that one of the Viva's
outstanding features is present
in the Firenza: quietness of
ride. As on the Viva, the
stiffness of the body panels,
and in particular of the doors.
has been specifically calculated
to minimise interior noise


levels Various telt
compositions are used for
damping, and the thick coating
of bituminous sealer which
protects the whole the
underbody a standard
feature on all Vauxhall cars -
also contributes to the low
level of noise inside the coupes.
DISTINCTIVE STYLING
The long, low look of the
Firenza has been achieved
within overall dimensions that
are no greater than those of the
Viva. A distinctive roof line
gives the coupe an
eye-catching, sporty


appearance well in keeping
with the extra-performance
features of these models. The
Viva bonnet line is retained,
and so are the extra-wide door
apertures, which allow such
easy entry into the rear
compartment of the 2-door
Viva saloons. The smooth
rear-end styling of the Firenza
conceals a huge hoot with a
total capacity of 22 cu. ft.
Viva's familiar rectangular
headlamps are fitted to the
Firenza De Luxe, while the SL
and 2000 SL models are easily
distinguished by their twin
circular headlamps set in an
attractively restyled grille. A
double coachline at waist level,
smart wheel trim and
additional brightwork further
help to identify the SL models
in exterior appearance from
the Firenza De Luxe with its
single coachline.
All Firenzas share the
Ambla-upholstered comfort of
the new, wide seats introduced
in Viva SL models last
October In the rear
compartment, the seat squab
has been re-positioned and
cushion springs redesigned for
improved passenger comfort.
In the SL models, the rubber
floor mats are replaced by deep
pile carpets The facia panel.
controls and tfull-flow
ventilation are similar to those
of the Viva models
Three ga\, new colours,
exclusive to the Firenza
Flamenco Red. Sunspot
Yellow and Tasman Orange
together with highly popular
metallic paint finishes and
Monaco White are the exterior


-. = .


- -q


colour choice. Interior trim on
all models is black.
T11l Firenza range inherits
the well-proved mechanical
components of the current
Viva. Independent front
suspension and rear four-link
suspension, with coil springs all
round, give the coupes the
miuch-praised ride and handling
of the Viva.
Power is transmitted
through a Viva-type 4-speed
gearbox, with its stubby.
sport-looking gear lever,
nimounted centrally on the
floor
All the safety features that
have kept the Vauxhall range
out in front in the field of
safety are built into the
Firenza.
The energy-absorbing
steering column, designed to
telescope progressively in the
event of a frontal impact, is
topped by a steering wheel
with a padded, wide-area
cross-spoke to minimise chest
injuries.
And they can be purchased
at Island Motor Co., Ltd.,
College Avenue. Oakes Field.


THE VAUXHALL FIRENZA 2000 SPORTS COUPE with a 100-plus mpl
performance and acceleration in keeping with a high performance car.


CHRYSLER EARNS $198.4 MILLION IN 6 MONTHS


1)1 IROIT (AP) C('hryslr
(orp first of the auto firms tos
report first half profits, s.mil
Tuesday it had record
breaking net earnings o,
Sl iS.4 million in that period
Ihe report of record sales.
profits and car and truck tot01,
leliveries came ais Cihrsslci and
the other auto lirns \x Lic
engaged in contract talks is
the 'nitted AuLo t)Wokers
It appeiredi likely t II
Chr. sler's liealthy tiii: J ],ii ,
report virtually _'CCItaiut1 to ( ',
dIupliated b( tlei oltheri ni1,
companies later this week
would attract considerable
attention Iroim bargainers at all
the tai les.
('Chirysler's si\ montlis proit)I!',
came on total sales of $6.1
billion. 27.7 per cent ahead o!
the $4 7 billion figure set n!
the like period a year ago. First
half earnings compared wit i
last year's first half figure ot
S 104.2 million.
It sold 1 .,23.201 cars and


ltiu,ks in the first half, 7 per
cent ahead of the 1.528,426
figure itn the first halt of 1972.
BIto lI di hairnI rll n .vni1
Sii mnind rieferied to the
i;i roact talks htich got


underway with the UAW last
week and repeated the
company's hope for "an
equitable agreement without
production interruption."


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Thursday, July 26. 1973


U~hip i~ribUnrP


Some fine acting potential released by University Players i


By Daphne Wallace Whitfield
JUDGING by the apathetic
response of the audience on
Sunday evening at the
University Players presentation
of "Experience" (consisting of
three short plays) it was not a
hit.
I am wondering if this lay with


the choice ot plays. I assume
they were of American
authorship adapted to the
Bahamas. If my assumption is
correct I feel they lost
authenticity in their
Bahamiani/ation.
The situations were
promising and topical and there
was some excellent dialogue


BOYS POLYESTER PANTS 3 For
(all colours and sizes)


2 For


but, except for the first pla>\
"The Militant Minister", the
evening dragged. I he last t\,vi)
plays "Dr. Fish" and "l.S)ec
and Other St rangers,,"
belaboured their tlihemnes giving
us, the audience, i )o muiih (i
good thing.
It was (George ( ollie ,\ hi
played the militant niinii-te


124.00



$24.00
a o



g o


and the husband in "l)Dr. Fish".,
who almost succeeded in
redeeming the evening. This
Sotung man has fine acting
potential and an ability to
project his personality or the
pcr1,onality of his stage
character. Hie appeared at
home and relaxed on the stage.
The amateur is always given
away by his lack of fluidity of
movement on the stage and his
studied mannerisms and
recitation. These qualities were
miinimi/ed in George ('ollie's
acting. lie was more studied in
"VThe Militant Minister" than in
"Dl)r. Fish",. but this could be
l..I1'. overlooked by his
obvious infectious enjoyment
of the part in which he had
difficulty at times in
controlling his own laughter.
PROTEST COMEDY
"The Militant Minister" was
sufficiently brief not to
over-labour the theme. It is a
social protest comedy. The
minister is the leader of his
(black) people. The burglar
feels quite justified in robbing
him as a minister who in
common with politicians and
other hustlers made their
money by preying ooff their
own people. The burglar
disturbed in his work by the
homecoming of the minister
pretends to be God and
converts the minister from
pacifism (a white policeman
had shot a black brother) to
militancy The burglar as God
was difficult to hear at times
but this was probably due to
the faulty accoustical choice of
a hiding place. The minister
was easily Bahamianised, but
the situation wasn't as in the
Bahanas we don't have
white policemen shooting
black brothers. In fact our
police are never armed I
hope,
Dr. Ftist'" woild have been
a g)od play i it was pruned by
two thirds. Dr. Fish is a
in o -professional sex
counsellor, with severe sexual
problems himself, consulted by
a wife soaked with ideas from
sex manuills who feels cheated
in her sc\ life by her very
normal, albeit unrefined
husband
George Collie again had a
part he could really get his
teeth into. fie had most of the


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best dialogue, which was an
eloquent down-to-earth dig at
the current trend of exotica in
sex books
I loved his typical
non-revealing eply to Dr.
Fish's inquiry about his sex life
"sometimes good, sometimes
not so good" I did O.K. before
I got married this is the first
time I've been brought up on
charges" and his reasons for
not attending sexy movies
"they're having all the fun so
what am I paying my money
for".
The part of Dr. Fish was a
very heavy one. Andrew Wilson
was conscientiously prepared
and played his more histrionic
moments with tremendous
energy. However, the character
didn't ring quite true to me. I
would have preferred an
emphasis on dainty fastidious


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gestures and mincing steps. The
artificially genteel accent hadn't
bec ome sufficiently
internalized to be convincing,
but then amateur actors don't
have the time to live with their
parts and this part was a very
difficult one for a normal,
healthy young man. Also in
addition to this heavy part,


Andrew Wilson also played the
militant minister on opening
night and was also responsible
for publicity.
"Lovers and Other
Strangers" could have been
absolutely delightful if its
author hadn't so belaboured
the theme and Muriel and
Hubert was delightfully played.


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NOTICE
TO THE DEPOSITORS AND OTHER CREDITORS
OF

WELLINGTON BANK LIUTl)
(In Voluntary Liquidation)

The second report of the Liquida tor of
Wellington Bank Limited has been appro ved by
the Chief Justice of the Commonwealth of the
Bahama Islands and is now available le for
inspection by depositors and other credit tors of
the Bank at the office of the Registrar of the
Supreme Court, Parliament Street, Nassa-i,or at
the office of the Liquidator, third floorof the E.
I). Sassoon Building, corner of Parliame- nt and
Shirley Streets, Nassau.

In order to save considerable exper-se the
Court has authorised the Liquidator to inform
depositors and other creditors through no tices in
the press and on the radio that the reports to the
Court are available for inspection rather than to
circularise copies of the reports on an individual
basis.


Generous individually formed seats give upright support plus
lateral support for quick, safe cornering and just the right
degree of resilience for relaxed driving at all times. Rich black
Ambla or Nylon upholstery and efficient sound insulation
add to the feel of quality. Through-flow ventilation keeps the
air in the car fresh at all times. Fuel gauge and speedometer
are housed in a rectangular panel with all warning lights and
switches handily placed in front of the driver.
Outside, attractive rustless bright-work and a single coach line
enhance the beautiful streamlined shape. Power from the
proven 60 SAE hp engines is transmitted smoothly through a
four-speed all synchromesh gearbox with strong 8-inch drum
brakes front and rear as standard. The superb 3-speed GM
Automatic transmission is available with the optional 73 or
81 SAE hp engines for those who require the ultimate in
effortless motoring.








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Thursday, July 26, 1973


By Abigail Van Buren
c 1973 b C, ( a.9o Tr v, N a -r
DEAR ABBY For l ,2 ( :,- -. ,. i! .,, ife. and
I have been good Iren j,. '- ; i, i9. n one of
those "dreamN" joPs i r-i, t. ,' .,' my
way and the pay was sa ,t
Recently we ad,'dei a "',V j ] ...,'. t., : staff and
it's apparent that she a;,r! : ,:-. I' (n an
affair. This gir! has him .,>t .' !i *' r 'ttle finger
and he is walkig arox 4 . ., ; suspicious.
She calls and .sk nc :i .,: 1 .-;',- )f course I
cover up for h;ln 'lit it 'n.' : a, -.:re of me. I can't
keep my lies srn,:ir'it i an9,!7 p; .:iu i :. qtfdlizers like
crazy.
To leave :i; j) 'i : h .. or me.
Besides I dishke h:a. i,;i *,-, .:- t ,;:
Should I kee'p i. ', ,,; !,,- k, :s ho.pe this affair
will end soon" *' r ',,u9:. L! u : ,';" 't -: e-t I talk to
him. I already I havr ,a .9 s.' w ,'',, ) a hopeless
1:"-M, SV 1,0 l \RY
DE.,AR SE( E I: 1' \I E YI' 'Yi- i:t toe h on that it
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Secretary's duty

has gotten out of hand
your boss Iand his wife l maintained a strictly professional
relationship. Now you're trapped because you're more than
an employe-you're a trusted friend. Your only solution is
to try to wait her out, and lay off the tranquilizers before
you become so "tranquil," you're carried off for dead.
DEAR ABBY: I am divorced, 40 years old and am
madly in love with a man who is only 30. I have known and
dated him for seven months. We are amazingly compatible
and unbelievably good for each other. I was married for 17
years before, but I feel more like a schoolgirl now than I
felt 25 years ago.
I want to marry this beautiful, wonderful man, and he's
been asking me for three months. He is big and husky and
has gray hair. He looks more like 35, and I look like about
38-in the dark.
Our relationship has reached the point where we either
get married or say goodby forever. My friends keep re-
minding me that when he is 50 and I am 60, I might regret
it. I guess I need someone to give me some encouragement.
IN LOVE
DEAR IN: The number of birthdays you've had isn't
nearly as important as the state of your health and the
state of your mind. If you feel young and think young, you
ARE young. I say, marry the man and good luck to you.


For Abby's booklet. "How to Have a Lovely Wedding."
send $SI to Abby, Box 6970. Los Angeles, Cal. UM89.


Cartwright -- Beverly v

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wedding announcement
THE WEDDING of Miss Priscilla M. Beverly to Mr. C. Paul
Cartwright took place at the Central Gospel Chapel. Chnstie &
Dowdeswell Streets, on Saturday, April 21, 1973 at 3:30 p.m.
Evangelist David R. Cartwright, brother of the groom, performed
the ceremony and was assisted by Evangelist Ed Allen.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, Mr. LeRoy A.
Beverly, former missionary to the Bahamas. The attendants were
Mrs. Cathy Cartwright, matron of honour, and Mrs. Rebecca
Film, bridesmaid. Groomsmen were Mr. Roger Cartwright, Best
man, and Mr. Kenny Cartwright. groomsman. Messrs. Timothy
Beverly, Leroy Higgs and Frank Smith were the ushers.
The newlyweds have taken up temporary residence in
Clearwater, Florida, where Mr. Cartwright is attending college.


ENTIRELY NEW DECOR
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Continuous dancing except Thursdays
from 10 p.m. until ...
Cantonese Dining, Tasty Snacks from 7 p.m.
S' NO COVER, NO MINIMUM
BRITANNIA BEACH HOTEL PARADISE ISLAND
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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 21986 EXT. 5


FOR SALE
WOODLAND OFF
S VILLAGE ROAD
A very attractive 2 bedroom 1
bath house, completely
furnished with garage and
laundry, three way water
systems on lot 100' x 80' with
extra lot 100' x 82',
beautifully landscaped with
fruit trees and vegetable
gardens. Both lots completely
walled in. Phone 31310 will
consider offers.
C 10354


FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 21/2 baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room on
2 lots of land, wall to wall
carpet and drapes, completely
furnished, large patio and pool.
18 x 36. Beautifully
landscaped, bearing fruit trees
central airconditioning. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10609
FOR SALE
HOUSE WESTWARD VILLAS
rights to Sandy Beach. Was
$55,000.00. Now only
$49,000.00. Owner will accept
$12,000.00 cash and offer a
big mortgage of $37,000.00.
This house is furnished and has
three bedrooms, two baths.
Come see and lets make a deal.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033,
22305, Nite: 41197.
C10616

SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES
EFFECTIVE TO July 31st

1 Residential lot South
Beach Estates. Price $3000.00
1 Residential lot Emerald
Ridge Price $3000.00
1 6400 sq. ft. Bernard Road
$4000.00.
Be one of the first ten
purchasers after Independence
and receive also a free bonus
gift value at $40.00. Call Bill's
Real Estate 23921.
C10344
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lovely
landscape.
Aiconditioned throughout.
Unusual opportunity. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.

C10607
HARBOUR MEWS 2 bed, 2
bath, pool, ocean. Rent
unfurnished $375 per
month/Partly furnished $400.
To sell $45,000.00. Firm. Call
34286.

C10612
FOR SALE
HOUSE MONTAGU
HEIGHTS. Enclosed grounds,
fruited 100 x 150. Has three
bedrooms 2 baths, furnished.
Asking $50,000.00 come see
anytime. Old Bahamian house
in a high class area.
DAMIANOS we sell real
estate Phone 22305, 22033,
41197.
C10611
FOR SALE
HILLTOP GORGEOUS
VIEWS situate Out East. 21/2
level. Enclosed grounds,
swimming pool, patio,
manicured grounds. Spacious 4
bedrooms, plus ground floor
bedroomm, 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.
C10591
FOR SALE
House, land and contents
SEABREEZE has three
bedrooms 2 baths, sunken
sitting, large kitchen, maids
quarters, and patio, grounds
100 by 100 tastefully
furnished with Air. Garage.
Asking $42,500.00. No water
problems, City & well system.
UNFURNISHED -
SEABREEZE. 3 bedrooms 2
baths unfurnished, only
refrigerator stove. Now rented
for $350.00 monthly. Asking
$40,000.00.
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 entire 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 41197.


C10633
1 Lot 80 x 120, Glenniston
Gardens II, $7,500. Call
31447.
C10610
FOR SALE
12 One bedroom, 1 bath,
furnished apartments. Out East
-- with swimming pool, patio.
Fully rented. GOOD INCOME.
Price negotiable. DIAL
DAMIANOS 22033 evenings
41197.
C 10624
INDEPENDENCE SPECIAL.
Westward Villas, Superior 3
bedroom, 2'2 bath house, with,
large living/dining area leading
to front and back patios,
spacious well-appointed
kitchen, newly renovated and
re-decorated throughout.
Unfurnished, but including
new appliances. Only $42,000.
This house has not been
advertised previously, and will
sell quickly. To be the first in
the market, call the owner
to-day at 42145 (home) or
28513 (office)
r
I WANTS TO SNARE
C 10634
PARADISE ISLAND Person
required to share large house.
$175.00 Month, Phone 5-5906.

Fi RENT


C 10649
ATTRACTIVE FULLY
FURNISHED 2 bedroom 2
bathroom house. Cable Beach
Sea and private pool. Phone
7-7530.

C 10343
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.
C10356
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioning, swimming
pool, short or long term. $375
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.
C10524
TWO 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS consisting of
living dining room, kitchen and
bathroom, basically furnished
Twynam Avenue. Phone
5-8185

C10288
LITTLE ORCHARD.
COTTAGES and-apartments t'
rent daily, weekly or
monthly. Air conditioned -
fully furnished maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
-,vimming pool. Village. Road.
S31297 or 31093.

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

C10588
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Streets. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C 10437
Two bedroom partly furnished
apartment, Fastern End of
Lancaster Street, Shirlea,
Inquire apt. next door.

C 10442
4 BEDROOMS. 2 BATH
unfurnished house,
airconditioned, double car
garage, telephone -Stapledon
Gardens. Telephone 34815.

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

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

C10573
STORE SPACE for rent, next
door to Mae's Beauty Salon.
East Street south. Telephone
3-5350.
C10346
4500 sq. ft. warehouse c-.
office space, available
immediately. Montrose
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C10572
TWO BEDROOM apartment --
completely furnished.
Stapledon Gardens. Telephone
3-5350.
C10345
One efficiency apartment, ano
one 2 bedroom apartment.
Ring 5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.


I I CARS FOR SALE


C10537


at -
Central Garma


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

1967 FORD CORTINA -
White, automatic $700.00
1971 PLYMOUTH CUSTOM -
Suburban White $3500.00
1969 FORD ESCORT Blue,
2 door $750.00
1972 DODGE AVENGER G.L.
Good buy $2350.00
1971 DODGE AVENGER -
Bargain, automatic $1500.00
1970 FIAT 124- Stick shift --
$700.00
1967 MERCURY COUGAR -
Green V8, automatic -
$1000.00
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA
Blue, stick shift $2250.00
1 9 6 4 LI NCO 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
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
1973 PLYMOUTH
CATEILITE A/C radio P/B
W/W tyres at ONLY $5300.00.


1970 FIAT
condition one
$1300.00


124 in good
owner at ONLY


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

C10645
1969 AUTOMATIC
CHEVROLET IMPALA air
conditioned power steering,
windows. Ring 5-1928.

C10666
1971 PINTO, Automatic,
radio, AC. 15,000 miles.
Excellent condition. Owner
leaving island. Phone 42621 -
day 52471 night.


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

C10635
FOR SALE 1967 31 foot
BERTRAM Sports-fisherman.
$15,500. (Firm). Telephone
5-4641.


SCHOOLS
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 Prepar .ion
Dictaphone Typist
Call the Nassay Academy of
Business today and join any of
the above classes. Phone 24993
(Located at Shirley Street
opposite Collins Avenue.


FOR SALE
CT0615
SOME LIVING ROOM and
Dining Room furniture. Stereo
$350.00. Owner leaving. Phone
4-2537.

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


C10670
KENMORE Electric Sewing
Machine $75.00.
Queen Size Bed $125.00
Phone 32641 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
daily.



C 10644
NURSING COUNCIL
COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMAS
NOTICE
All Nurses and Midwives who
applied for registration on or
before June 12th 1972, and
whose MAIDEN SURNAMES
begin with the letters A to S,
may collect their cK@tificates
from the Nursing Council's
Office, School Lane, between
the hours of 9 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Monday through Friday.
Brendel Cox
Ag. Registrar

C10584
THEV'S REAL ESTATE
OFFICE
is now located on No. 9
Virginia Street, opposite Wongs
Grocery Store.
NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER
24762, BOX N803, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS.
C 10604
NO PROPERTY at Grand
Baham., owned by the late
Milton Martin, can be sold,
without our authority.
VICTORY McKINNEY
LUCILLE ANDERSON

IELP WANTED
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.
C10594
CAR DEALERSHIP in
Freeport requires an
Accountant/General Manaaer.
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.
C 10592
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
C10359
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN'
Have you always wanted t_'
work closely with them? Do
you wish to help children
deprived of their normal homes
to become t useful citizens of
our new Bahamas? Then
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.
D) Mature woman, .3/50
with childcare background
and administrativE
potential, to live in.


L) Couple with childcare or
social service background
and/or willing to have ir
Service Training on :.
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 Home
for Children, Box N1413
Nassau.


REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
Thrsdy July 26,- -1-9-3


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. 0. Box N1525,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.
C6099
IOB TITLE: ERECTION
SUPERINTENDENT
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
able to read blueprints
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the construction and,
erection of modifications to
buildings and equipment in
Cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C10620
WANTED Live-In Maid.
Telephone 5-3048 or 3-5919.
C6096
JOB TITLE: MOBILE
EQUIPMENT REPAIR RMAN
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
)arts and make complete
repairs to gasoline or diesel
powered equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
-reeport, Grand Bahama.

C6071
FOR TITLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION
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.


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.


C 10664
SUNFLIGHT LIMITED
require the services of a
Representative with fluent
French Secretarial
qualifications, own car and
available to work odd hours.
Please reply to: Adv. C10664,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.

C10647
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
MADEMOISELLE Ltd. has a
vacancy for a mature lady who
has the potential ability to
manage a branch shop.
Executive experience in
retailing is preferred but we are
prepared to consider any
applicant whose education,
diction and general deportment
indicate that she could
successfully carry out the
duties entailed. Apply only in
writing to Mademoiselle, P. 0.
Box 4882, Nassau.

C 10642
FOUR EXPERIENCED
GARDENERS (Male)
Telephone 5-1044. Between 10
a.m. 5 p.m.

C 10668
VACANCY for a bus driver in
Cedar Harbour Abaco, must
have at least five years
ex perience. Further
information contact Mr. Allan
J. Mills J. P. at Cedar Harbour
Abaco.

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


S ART SUPPLIES
C 10669
COMPLETE range of artists'
supplies. Oils, acrylics, canvas,
easels, etc. Bahamian Paint
Supply Ltd., Bay St. Phone
2-2386, 2-2898.

POSITION WANTED

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


TRADE SERVICES

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

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 5:30.


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C6035 C10641
JOB TITLE: WELDER LYFORD CAY CLUB
MINIMUM EDUCATION R E QU I R ES A N
Good basic education EXPERIENCED FRONT
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: DESK CASHIER:
5-10 years. Must be able to operate N.C.R.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: 4200
Must be a certified welder Must be able to type accurately
capable of performing Handle and balance cash daily.
horizontal, vertical and Willing to work shift work
overhead welding, brazing and Able to work a six day per
cutting of any material using week from Nov. Until May.
gas and electric weldirig Have a pleasant personality and
equipment, good appearance.
INTERESTED APPLICANT Apply in writing to:
CONTACT: Personnel Accounts Supervisor,
Department, Bahama Cement Lyford Cay Club,
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,. P. O. Box N7776
Freeport, Grand Bahama. NASSAU, Bahamas
C6098
JOB TITLE: STRUCTURAL
STEEL ERECTOR C 10640
MINIMUM EDUCATION: LYFORD CAY CLUR
Good basic education. REQUIRES
Qualified in ste'l construction. A N E X E C U T I V E
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: SECRETARY for a year round
5-10 years position:
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Must be experienced
Work on structural steel Willing to work a six day per
erection during modifications week from Nov. until May.
of buildings and equipment in Able to compose own
Cement plant, correspondence and work with
INTERESTED APPLICANT a minimum of supervision.
CONTACT: Personnel Must be Bahamian
Department, Bahama Cement Apply in own handwriting to:
Company, P. 0. Box F-100, The General Manager,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Lyford Cay Club,
C 10578 P. O. Box N7776
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER NASSAU, Bahamas.
Applicant must either have a C10648
Bachelor of Science degree in QUALIFIED WATCHMAKER
Electrical Engineering or be in required by Mademoiselle.
his last year of study for same Must be capable of running his
or equivalent. Job will consist own workshop without
of the applicant eventually supervision.
assumi ng complete The successful applicant must
responsibility for the be fully qualified in all stages
maintenance and correct of watchmaking and be able to
functioning of all electrical produce relevant Certificate of
and pneumatic equipment competence. First class
presently in the Plant and references will be required and
which may arrive in the future, applicants should apply in
Please call 3-6211 between 9 writing to Mademoiselle Ltd.,
a.m. 11 a.m. after July 23rd P. O. Box N4882, Nassau.
and before July 27th. __


C 10643
LAWNS, HEDGES, BEACHES.
For All Your Gardening Needs,
Trimming, Hedging, Pruning
Beach Cleaning, For Prompt,
Reasonable and efficient
Service Call 5-1044.
C10632

NEED A PROFESSIONAL
HANDYMAN
Call Odd Job Enterprises. We
do anything anytime.
Telephone 42724- 55191
Quick Service
C10363

PATIO AWNINGS AND'
CARPORTS
HURRICANE
AWNINGS, SHUTTERS,
PANELS
Ltd.,
John S. George & Co. Ltd.,
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421.
C 10631
THE ELECTRONIC LAB
TAYLOR STREET
Specialist in Repairing Sewing
machines, radio, watches and
all electrical appliances


I ELP WANTED

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

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

C6128
POTWASHER, DISH-
WASHER, KITCHEN
CLEANERS, HOUSEMAN &
KITCHEN PORTERS requicd.
Relative to the foregoing, valid
Health Certificate and Police
record required. Please apply in
person to International Hotel,
Personnel Office for interview.
C6108
PASTRY CHEF: To supervise
and direct sweet goods
department of commercial
hak, ry; at least three years
expe ience in a similar
operation. Must have Master
Certificate.
Apply: Grand Bahama Bakery
Ltd., Queen's Highway,
Freeport, G.B., P. 0. Box
F-797.

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


C10351

Pinder's Castoms

Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Rosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STFEL BANNING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795, 2 3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434


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IN FREEPORT TEL. 352-61


REAL ESTATE
C6122
Large furnished 4 bedroom, 2'/2
bathroom house with Bahama
room and study on oversized
corner lot. Well landscaped
with fruit bearing trees. Sale
price $35,000.00. Reasonable
down payment.
Phone 352-5596 weekends or
weekdays after 5 p.m.

C6129
10 Dukes Way, Bahamia, 3
Bedroom 2 Bath, double
garage, unfurnished, quiet
neighbourhood, clean,
desirable. Brokers welcome,
call 352-8186 for appointment
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. $49,500.00
Cash.

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

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

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

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.

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


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HELP WANTED
C6126
COOK wanted for preparation
of International Cuisine for
Airline Catering. Must be
prepared to work any hours
day or night when required for
breakfast flights or delayed
flights and have at least five
years training under Certified
( hef.
ASSISTANT CHEF with
knowledge of preparation of
International Cuisine and who
is capable of supervising an
Airline Catering kitchen in the
Chef's absence. Knowledge of
preparation of Airline ienus.
At least nine years training
under Certified Chef.
CONFECTIONER. Preparation
of French pastries for Airline
Catering. Preparation of all
bread and pastries in both the
Airline and restaurant kitchen.
Diploma as a Certified
Confectioner frorn a Catering
College. At least ten years-
experience.
CHEF. Qualified Chef with
Diploma from Catering
College. 10 years experience in
Airline Catering preferred.
In regard to the above
positions please apply to: G. B.
Caterers Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-1943, Freeport International
Airport, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. Telephone 352-7391.

C6124
1-TRUMPET PLAYER Must
be able to read and arrange
professional show music, be
profit, ent in playing the
trumpet, must be able to
double on Flugelhorn and have
at least three years experience.
Good references and Police
Certificate required.
, -ar must apply in person
or in writing to Personnel
Department, El Casino P. 0.
Box F-787. Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6121
APPRENTICE PILOT DOCK
SUPERVISOR: Minimum
experience four years as a deck
officer and one year as master
of foreign going vessel of 400
G R T. or more. Certificates
required. Should have high
school education or equivalent.
Successful candidate must act
as Dock Supervisor in rotation
with others. Training will be
provided for full qualification.
All weather and hours of work
required.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666 o- 30C Kipling
Bui ding, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


HELP MNTED
C6127
ASSISTANT METEO-
ROLOGICAL SUPERVISOR
Must be college graduate with
BS in meteorology or
certificates of completion from
specialized Meteorological
Training Schools and have at
least twelve years experience in
a recognized aviation
meteorological operation and
must be able to assume
response bi li ties of
Meteorological Supervisor.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Company Ltd.,
P. O. Box F-2666, Lucayan
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welded
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, bracing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6123
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
CONTROLLER: Must be fully
experienced, having worked as
Food and Beverage Controller
in Hotel before. Only
experienced applicants need
apply.
HOLIDAY INN FREEPORT,
373-1333, P. 0. Box F-760,
FREEPORT. Richard Plachy.

C6125
Consultant/General Manager
for existing and proposed
projects. Must have at least five
years experience in
consultancy, administration
and feasibility studies. Only
Bahamians need apply.
Please reply in writing to:
Kanmor Development Co.,
Ltd. P.O. Box F-2429.
C10667
MATURE LADY required as
Manageress of large Ladies
Wear shop in Freeport. Must
have at least five years
experience, be able to work on
own initiative, control stock
and submit stock reports. Sales
experience and the ability to
train staff is also a
requirement. Applicants should
apply in writing to
Mademoiselle Ltd. P. 0. Box
N4882, Nassau.


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T{ 7[ 1: making a
C O N word, each
letter m a y
Abe used once
only. Each
Sword must contain the large
S 1 i letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In the
list. No plurals; no foreign words;
no proper names. TODAY'S
TARGET : 22 words, good;
S27 words, very good ; 32 words,
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
- SATURDAY'S SOLUTION:
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darn dawn dean dear deer dene
dense draw drawee drawn drew
7-7 earned eased endear erased nard
neared need needs rand raised
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reseda sand sard sawder sawed
seared sedan seed send sender
"Some good may come of it. At least, there's ONE served sewed snared sward swede
secretary you won't chase around the office any- waned wad warden warned
more." weaned weed wend.
Rupert and the Sea-Saw-41


The spool of camera film has to be prepared
in the Professor's dark-room. "This is called
developing," he tells Rupert, while he works
by the glow of a dim red light. It will take
some time to get all the pictures ready. Why
not stroll round my workrooms while you're
waiting? So Rupert spends a half-hour
looking at the old gentleman's wonderful


gadgets, and when at length he returns to the
dark-room the Professor taps a can of film.
"This is it," he beams. "There are hundreds
of pictures taken by my camera. Now we'll
put them on the screen." Goody, I love
film shows," says Rupert eagerly.
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X 1", GENERAL TENDENCIES: Change is possible
if you face facts early and reconsider your
plans from a more logical point of view. A prominent person
you admire may disagree, but your attributes will be highly
appreciated Make plans for the days ahead.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) Taking care of routine
matters and talking out your problems with experts make
this a rewarding day Keep busy with routine duties. Show
more devotion to loved one Relax at home tonight.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Ways of achieving greater
abundance will present themselves. Decide what must be
done and then carry through Someone more experienced in
business matters can make your future more secure.
(i \MINI (May 21 to June 21) The morning is ideal for
evaluating your present status Don't stop there, but get
busy making proper changes Evening is fine for social
activities that bring excellent results
\Mi(IN CHIIILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Your future
goals should be analyzed without outside influence Once
you decide on the right course, others will turn to you for
help. Assist them before tackling new projects.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Let your magnetism go to
work Exciting new contacts could develop into meaningful
friendships Engage in new social activities but don't neglect
old friends who have much in common with you.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Your career plans require
attention this morning. Whatever you do must reflect
common sense and logic New equipment can increase your
efficiency Dine in an atmosphere of splendor.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Interesting persons give the
right ideas for your future advancement. Good time to plan
that trip you've been thinking about. Make sure household is
running smoothly before making commitments.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) There are new ways to
meet your responsibilities Let your natural dynamism
emerge Show courtesy and kindness to loved one and things
will change for the better Be more cheerful.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Associates can
suggest changes to make your current efforts more
successful Getting in tune with the needs of others can
speed business and social progress Take health treatments.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Be frank in discussing
the work ahead of you with those involved Cooperate with
others for more harmonious results Show your enthusiasm
Take necessary steps to improve appearance.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Spend your spare time
pleasurably with those congenial people you like. A new
project could be successful if you stress efficiency. Temper
your emotions with logical decisions
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Discord at home can be
resolved now if you express your willingness to make an
effort Be honest, but tactful Avoid a person whose present
situation could be detrimental to your welfare.
IF YOUR CHILtD IS BORN TODAY . he or she is well
aspected for agility of mind This cleverness could lead to
being overly talkative Educational atmosphere should be as
modern as possible to develop some of those fine ideas.
Don't let early promise dissipate by neglecting to stress
persistence of effort Spiritual training and ethics should be
taught early in life Sports are a must here.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make
of your life is largely up to YO)U!


"Say, whatever happened to the complaints about bussing?"


Chess

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Denmniark's Bent Larsen (Black.
to move) tck an early lad in
last month's interzonal tourna-,
ment in Leingrad when he'
sprung a neat piece of tactics
against hNis Yugoslav opponent
Rukavina in this post;Win.
What did Larsen play next.
and how did the game end ?
Par times: 20Q seconds, chess
master; 40 seconds chess expert,
1 n*rute, county player; 3
minutes, club standard; 0
minutes, average; 20 minutes,
novice.
OMS8> aduncal Monda ySv_^

Chess Solution
1I . B-Kt; 2 KxB, A-a7
ch and White resigned. 1' 3
KxR, QxR iP ch; 4 Ke-B1
Q-R a chI t and wins. 1/ 5
-Kt I p ch; 6 K--BI (5
K-mRi Q-l mate), Qa-R ch;
7 K-K l-, B-R7 en; 8 K-m.
SR-Kt6 dis oh; 9 K-Ktl, Q-R7
hK 10 'K-BI. Q-B7 mate.
I S K-B2 B x P ch; 6 K-K3,
B-K71 dis ch: 7 K-B2. Q-Kt6
ch; 8 K-Il,. Q-Kt8 mate.


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FOR TOE STUFFED OWL.


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"The hundred acres, do you want me to seed it or sod it?"


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
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6 Whales 24 Take to court
10 Protective 25 Mire
facing 27 Deep voice
11. Printer's 31 Pine sugar
direction 35 Clement
12 Choral 36 Girl's name
* composition 37. Journey
13 Hunting hound 39. Born
14. Woolly pyrol 40. Hide
15 Darkens 42, Eye teeth
17. Onager 44 Roof edge
18. Swarm 45. Wadng btdo
20 Early 46. Sleigh
photograph 47. Conduit


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2 Micraner 6. Turkish
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8. Piece of
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5 10. Seaweed
12. Slices
' | 16. Upstage
- 19. Opera heroine
21. Players
23. Golf stroke
26.Tabitha of the
28 29 30 Bible
28. Wrongdoer
5 29. Frozen rain
30. Poems
39 31. Prepares the
way
43 32. Perfect
33. Artless
34. Furlough
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41. Went first
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Gathering the elephant in his arms, Rupert
looks at the object fastened to the chain.
" I'm sure it's the underwater camera," he
murmurs. But it wasn't there when I used
the raft." A few moments later the Professor
and his servant step ashore, and the old
gentleman is overjoyed to see Rupert's find.


" Well, well, this is the happiest moment of
the day for me," says the Professor. Rupert,
you must come and see the underwater film."
"That would be topping," says Rupert. But
Must give this elephant to Mr. Noah. And
then there's al! the rubbish those Water Mites
threw out of the lake. . " Leave it to me,"
interrupts the dwarf. I'll see that Mr. Noah


SI's my precious camera, safe and sound!"
he cries. "All the other troubles can be put
right, but this is something I couldn't afford
to lose." Those Water Mites must have put
it back on the chain,. smiles Rupert. "They
aren t angry with you now, so they've
returned your camera." ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


gets his elephant back. And I'll dump the
rubbish as well." So Rupert is free to go with
the Professor, who marvels at the turn of
events. Those Water Mites are quite kindly
after all," he says. Yet I still haven't had so
much as a glimpse of them."
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By LEONARD GARDEN









An early round shock i..n the


Onterzonal at Leningrad occurred
when Mikhail Tal, ex-worid
champion, winner of five inter-
national tournaments in succes-
sion, and favourite to challenge
Bobby Fischer. was beaten by
the unknown Cuban Estevez.
Here Estevez (White. to move)
already has his famous opponent
on the ropes, with a queen for
Tal's rook and bishop. How did
Estevez force a win in a few
moves ?
Par times: 20 seconds, grand-
master: 40 seconds, chess master:
1 minute, chess expert; 2
minutes county player; 5
minutes, clstb brength; 7
minutes, average; 20 minutes,
novice.

CHESS8 Solution

Chess Solution
I P-P PxP; 2 Kt-K6!
(threatens 3 Q-Kt7 mate),
R-KKtl (ij 2 . RxKt; 3
B8 mate); 3 Q-B4! (now
the threat of 4 Q-K5 ch is
crushing), P-KR4 (either uw
oversight or pure desperation); 4
Q-R6nmate. A finish which
stunned the Leningrad chess
public


Winning

Bridge
My VICTOR MQOLLO
Do you play bridge like a
computer?
The question is posed in an
article in Sports Illustrf ed,
which notes that computer
experts have overtaken the law
as the profession providing the
greatest number of bridge
experts.
Computers have been pro-
grammed to play astonishingly
well-but only in certain situa-
tions. When called upon to
think, they collapse. This was
a hand which defied a high-
powered Californian computer.
North
SK Q 8 7 5 4
97

South
4 K 8 6 4
A J 10 9
A J 10
Q
Contract 4: Lead K
The &A follows and you ruff.
Plan the play before comparing
it with the computer's.
Did you ruff out the diamonds
and the clubs before leading a
spade from dummy, lnteondin
to duck? The unlucky computer
did that, lost three spades and
went down.
West East
A 3 2 10
SK954 Q8732
A K J 8 46432
The correct play is to cross
to dummy with a trunp, ruff
the third club and go back to
the table with another trum
Now comes the seemingly
unnecessary diamond finesse.
West wtins but whatever he
returns, South has his tenth
trick.


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have
increased vitality in the morning and can
accomplish a great deal. There are a considerable number of
delays and obstacles in the path of your desires in the
afternoon which ties you down. Accept any setbacks
gracefully. Make plans for future progress
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You want to get much done
in the morning, so attend to necessary duties as early as
possible Show others that you will contribute to their
progress. Don't make any unkind comments
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You have certain
ambitions to put across and should get an early start on
them to be successful. An expert in financial matters can
give you the information you need. Think constructively
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Following your cherished
desires in the morning brings good results which can
continue throughout the evening. Plan your social itinerary
well. Show more devotion to loved one
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You know
exactly how to get ahead in the world of activity, so make
plans now without delay. Think along romantic lines Take
health treatments and improve your appearance
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Fine morning to make
appointments with business associates A particular plan
needs more study before putting it into operation Avoid
one who has an eye on your assets.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) It is natural for you to
want to be more successful, so think along such lines early
in the day. Attend to routine duties later Find the right
solution to credit matters. Be alert
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Put those ideas to work
that will gain you the favor of those whose thoughts differ
from yours. Taking vitamins now will make you feel'etter.
Make long-range plans for the future.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You can get a plan
working nicely if you follow your intuition Don't neglect
taking care of routine duties at this time You are now able
to get mate to see things as you do. Relax tonight
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Meet with an
associate in the morning and discuss how to make a mutual
project more successful. Don't try to keep others from
getting ahead later in the day. Be more understanding
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) Attend to important
work early in the day before making plans for entertainment
later Take the exercises that will make you feel better
Come to a better understanding with mate.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb 19) Begin the day properly
by getting in touch with persons you like and make
arrangements for recreational activities. Find a new way to
put your artistic talent to work. Avoid arguments
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) Discuss new ideas with kin
early in the day. Important duties can be best handled in the
afternoon. Entertain close friends in the evening Show that
you are a fine conversationalist


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Schlitz edge Del Jane, &



Beck's Bees bats warm



up for tonight's big clash


By OSCAR MILLER
A ONE OUT RUN-PRODUCING DOUBLE by catcher Mackey
Bain scoring Lorenzo Lockhart from second proved to be the
tie-breaking and winning run as Schlitz Beer edged Del Jane
Saints 4-3 in the second game of a Bahamas Baseball Association
doubleheader played Wednesday night at the Queen Elizabeth


Sports Centre.
With just two more games
left Del Jane is still unsure of ai
play-off spot in the i upcoming
knock-out series tfor the first
tour finishers in the BB \
Presently, Del Jane is si\ lull
games behind the I league's
leaders Big Q Market ,nd lust ,t
bare half game ahead ot both
Jet Set and Schlitt Beer
Beck's Bees continued to set
the melodramatic stage lor the
big clash tonight with Big Q
when they walloped Bahamlas
Blenders 17- in last night's
opener. Beck's now trail Big Q
by only a halt game
PrCITHING ) 1I L
Last night's contest bet\ecen
the Saints and Schhlt/ turned
out to be a pitchers" duel
between Del Jane's starter
Frankie Sweeting and Shilit' s
If. Williams.
Sweeping d demonstrated
winning form as he tanned tour
batters and hurled a perfect
game for over three lrame,,
Williams produced swie tine
mound dutiesls a so i tie heldI
Del Jane scoreless until tihe
fourth.
Capitalising on two costly
errors by Schlit/'s defense-
along with singles Irom
Bostwick, Johnson and Wood.
Del Jane was able to muster up
three unearned tallies in the
top half of the fourth to break
the scoreless tie
But Schlit/ bounced back inI
the bottom half of the toruth
and in a similar imaniur !iLd
across three uneirnedl r.,,. 'r
three base knocks it ti t he
score at 3-3.
Williams, who weathered Del
Jane's three-run lI urt h
performed some kIutch
pitching in the fifth when the
silenced the potent bats oif
rightfielder Bain, M\cPhee andt


centrefielder Idstdie Ford in
order to end thie frtrne.
In relief of Sweeting Roscoe
Hall gave up a single to second
baseman Lo khart to start the
bottom half oit the fifth. This
set the stage for a long double
to left center bI\ Bain driving itn
the winning rutn to end the
game
Hall was tagged with the loss
for Del Jarne while Williams
whio went the distance tor
Schlit/ wass, cieditcd with the
winl
Bl ('K' StSLL(; I S I
Beck's Bees marched 13
aitters to the plite in tihe tlird
inning and crupteld for 13 rnls
cllroute to a 17-o slug-fest
actorsrs over Blinamas Blenders
in thle night cap of last night's
dou bleheader
t eadini the I I1hit attack for
the Bees, were -\nthons lLusler
\\l i! i:cildentaillI\ leads the
leIaguei s i\th a 429 batting
.i ern ,ie red "2hi cken r"
l.i\ i1% n 1 r lefti iclder W illie
Kn' le'sI. .ll w ilth trwos' hits

A t\ i'o-ri ln ldout ble b1 \ Willie'
K nowlIs highlghtesd the top
halt o! the first as the Beermen
lashed out against starter Paul
Johnson lor .1 total of three
(1li, k runs
St ttil live errors
inuniltted b B1 Blender',
deItensec thscee wild pitches.
four wsitks and i balk b\
Blendcrs' p1tchinsa \gserc ill
i stl r iitm wit.i iin Jaia l lin B .L k
1 '-run t J iii
\lld\ a 1 inI the thL irdJ Biri
Cal roll it1 ie ill tis relic c
J.lohlisOut tiI thIe lightitMarc
secimcd toh be perpetual ,is he
was tagged tor three Its ,ind
si\ runs beftoire :nalli retiring
tile sids


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A SI.Vt N ) last season 'before an accident cut
his game, And% Ford starts this
years Poni League Series on the
right toot with a smashing two for
two grand slamn bat yesterday

ANDY FORD IN

SPANKING FORM
NIN1t YElAR 01.1) And\ lord in
a splendid two for two plate
appearance, which included a grand
slam homer sparked Jet Set to a
walloping 1 7 I victor ovor St
Michael Dodgers yesterday .it
Windsor Park itn tie first game of
the Pony League Baseball series.
In the game., which swent onil]
ti i) Innings due to Jet Sets
Loinmaninding lead. tPJ. Ilu ler.
(;eorge Murra% and Kevin lord all
%went t\wo for three rwith runs batted
1 tie idgers batted first ind saw
,)ol t% o base runners as winning
pitcher 'ark ltoole with ontie out
gave up tio conIIsecutitve walks.
Kenneth \dderles the tiurth batter
tipped a grounder to lusler at
third lie tagged up arid thres to
first for a double pla\ to retire the
side
Jet Set took ino time to get ion
(I t aill i, as the\ \plo, ed tor ill
I run l L illllianid itiluding And\ 's
grand slam nslh I omnins t erguson,
llo\d (;ritlen and Mark i lote on
b.ase t sing pitcher tlenr uIoaklet
helped them s\ith two walks
Ioote ill the top ot the second
dining began to lose accuracy\ and
\walked the first three batters to,
tr.1n 1 the corners. Kes iin lord then
relieed loote iand struck out the
tirst batter tie iaced
tHetnrt i ,akle. however, spoiled
the shut o1it \when he cracked ,l
grounder to l urra\ at short Atter
titldi. w\elll he sought tile coicup
,t tirsi and sCcotld for i p1 os llt
tIll It 'L olf inle \ las th is iOurl
this inisund istaiiding, the dodgers
scored the sole run.
K-i i l; :i1 assis t and t rin it
S t i h ti tr filet s lj i ". ,
l't tSet baitted rOiutid thi il t ,k
iand inie through with si\ s1oi 1C
ruits etorr the game caine tl an1
I Jem d 1usic pla ed Rotdgers
Sport ShIip at the Southern
Recreation (Irounds this atlertnooni
Jet Set will seek their second wiin
henI ll ties meet A \\ong 'on
SaturduJ


WINDIES BAT Osteen the forgotten ro

SLOWLY, SCORE e


145 FOR 3
LONDON (AP)-lthe first
l'est match between the West
Indies cricketers and England
burst into life after lunch at
London's Oval Thursday.
First England snatched two
West Indies wickets, after the
tourists had batted steadily for
47 for one at lunch. Then the
West Indies produced some
spectacular batting to recover
and reach 145 for 3 at tea.
It was a big change from the
morning session, when the
West Indies took 30 tedious
overs to make only 47.
West Indies heroes were
(C'live Lloyd and Kally
Kallicharran. They built up a
stand of 81 to help the West
Indies out of a grim position at
o4 for three.
Lloyd scored his 50 in just
under two hours, and
completed it in spectacular
st\le by taking seven runs off
one over by Derek Underwood.
I-he drama started with only
the fifth ball after lunch, when
Geoff Arnold had Roy
Fredericks lbw for 35.
Twenty minutes later Greig
bowled West Indies captain
Rohan Kanhai with a superb
ball. It left Kanhai late and
beat his guard.
Over 20,000 spectators had
packed into the Oval ground
by tea.
The only batsman to fall this
morning was 34-year-old Ron
I leadley, playing in his first
eer lest match. He was out
lbw to a fine ball from Tons
(ireig for eight.
Bs lunch Roy Fredericks
had reached 35 and captain
Rohan Kanhai two.
GOOD BOWLING
I'he England bowlers
Ion\ (;reig in particular
kept tile West Indies in tight
chick. Only nine runs were
scored off Greig in eight overs
this morning.
il'e W,est Indies batted in
subdued fashion apart from the
fourth over of the day, when
IFredericks took 10 runs off
Getff Arnold. First he hooked
a short bouncer for four, then
took two to leg and finished
oft with a sparkling cover drive
to tihe boundary.


Of 1973 AII-Star gane
By Robert Moore
KANSAS CITY (AP) Claude Osteen, the Los Anleles
!Dodgers' 33-year-old left-hander, may well be the forgot enhero
of baseball's 1973 Major League all-star game.


Osteen pitched two innings
in the National League's 7-1
triumph over the American
League Tuesday night, and his
strikeout of Oakland's Bert
Campaneris and disposal of
Minnesota's Rod Carew and
Oakland's Reggie Jackson may
have been the gestures that
broke the backs of the
American League aces.
The crafty Osteen, always
tough in baseball's
extra-curricular shows
such as the World Series and
the All-Star Classic, yielded a
leadoff triple to Buddy Bell of
the Cleveland Indians in the
third inning.
The American League
faithful, who dominated the
overflow crowd of 40,849, and
the players in the junior
circuit, who trailed at the time
by one hit, burst out with a
deafening "Go! Go! Go!"
Osteen then proceeded to
strike out Campaneris with a
breaking pitch and got Carew
on a grounder to Cincinnati's
Joe Morgan. The American
League hopes were spurred
again when Osteen walked
John Mayberry of the Kansas
City Royals-but the southpaw
rose to the occasion once more
by the getting the
always-dangerous Jackson to
ground out to Morgan.
IN COMMAND
Again in the fourth, the
American League had
shortlived cause to cheer when
Amos Otis of Kansas City, who
had driven in his team's only
run in the second, touched
Osteen for a leadoff single. But
again, Osteen proved he was
very much in command by
getting Bobbs Murcer of New
York on a fly ball, Carlton Fisk
of Boston on a liner to centre
and Brooks Robinson on an
infield bouncer.
The National League then
displayed their power,
hammering three home runs, a
solo shot by Cincinnati's
Johnny Bench and two-run
blasts by both San Francisco's
Bobby Bonds and the Dodgers'
Willie Davis.
Bonds and Davis were
named co-heroes of this 44th
mid-sunmmer dream battle. The
victory was the National
League's 10th in the last 11
All-Star games and reopened
the debate over whether it is a

Nassau Squash Club

beat Ft. Lauderdale
TIHE NASSAU Squash Club
headed by team captain Keith
Parker defeated Fort
Lauderdale Squash Club 10-9
in a series of matches in Fort
Lauderdale last weekend.
On the first day's play, the
American ball was used in all
matches and the Nassau players
had difficulty adjusting to its
considerably different speed
and bounce characteristics.
Only Keith Parker and
Grahame Barry were able to
register wins for Nassau.
For the second day's play, it
was decided to play a three-set
match with both the Australian
(International) and the
American ball, and the Nassau
players fared much better.
They still, however, registered
only two wins with the
American Ball (Barry and Eric
Wilkinson), but several of the
other matches were extremely
close. Notably was the very fine
duel between opposing
captains Parker and Jack
Kilpatrick. Kilpatrick won 17-
16 in the final set.
The Nassau players held
their own with the Australian
ball and won every match to
win the tournament.
VOLLEYBALL GAMES
WITI TH1 exc.eption ot Paradise
Bees, Paradise Giants and the
Wardrobe Stars, the race for playoff
chances among the other teams
begins to tighten considerably as
the Bahamas Volleyball Federation
Series nears its end. The Bees, the
Giants and the Stars respectively
lead the Women, Commonwealth
and Isannder leagues undefeated.
Paradise Birds who rattled Coke


Jets in five sets on Tuesday play
their final game tonight against
fourth place S.A.C.A. 7 o'clock at
the C.I. Gibson Gymn. A win for
S.A.C.A. (4-6) with two more to
play will place them tied with the
Birds. The Wardrobe, defending
men's champions meet S.A.C.A.
men in the second game and
Commonwealth League second
place B.E.C. play Prince Williams
High in the final game.
WENTY WINS AGAIN
BAHAMAS HURLFR Went
Ford of the Richmond Braves
picked up his sixth AAA victory
against two losses last night when
he pitched the Braves to a 6-3
victory over the Tidewater Mets.
Ford who picked up his fourth
consecutive win has now worked 61
innings and given up 11 runs
placing his earned run average to a
super 1.63.


superior circuit t4-o t1e
American League, ]:toth in
power and in pitchir-ig, The
National leads the series s 26-1 7.
One game ended in a tie.
American League managerr
Dick Williams, the skipper, wouldn't subscribe to
the theory despite e the
National's over hehnlming
victory.
He led his A's to ti-se world
championship in last- year's
World Series, beati -ng the
Cincinnati Reds.
Cookie Rojas of the Royals,
who has played in both leagues
during his 13 years in the
majors, shrugged off the idea
the National League is better.
"They always cla-im the
National League is be tter and
all that stuff," said Rojas,
making his fourth all-star
appearance.
Certainly the 2National
League pounded its thrice home
runs off of two of tlie most
potent pitchers in the American
Bench and Bonds got t heirs off
Bill Singer and Davis his off
Nolan Ryan, who ha s carved
two no-hitters this season.
Singer and Ryan ax-e both
California Angels hurle Ts.
NOT EMBARRASSEl))
Like Rojas, Carewa ]sonmore
or less pooh-pooh ed the
National League victory.
"I don't feel embarrassedd"
Carew said. "Sonmebo to win. If they hit t-ic home
runs and win, there's nothing
we can do about it."
As for Sparky Ande ison, t he
Reds' manager who directed
the Nationals, this was a sweet
one. It was the fi--st time
Anderson has beat en the
American League asa wm-anager.
He failed in three previous
attempts, the 1971 All-Star
game and the 1970 a nd 1972
World Series.
Hank Aaron of Atl anta and
Willie Mays of the Niets got
standing ovations when they
appeared. Aaron, 39, close to
Babe Ruth's career hIt ume run
record, contributed a single to
the National League s 10-hit
attack. Mays, 42, struck tout in
a pinch-hit role as he tiedStan
Musical for the most All-Star
appearances, 24.
Rick Wise of the St. Louis
Cardinals, the National
League's starting pitcher, who
gave up the American League's
only run, was the win ner. Bert
Blyleven of Minneso ta, third
American League hbur er who
yielded the first two. runs in
the third inning, was t he loser.

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IN THE SUPREME COURT


OF THE BAHAMAS
Equity side


IN THE MATTER
containing 13.046
Allotment, Eastern
New Providence.


NO 28
1972


OF all that tract of land
Acres Situate Sandilands
District of the Island of


AND


IN THE MATTER of
CRESUAL FERNANDER


he Petition of


NOTICE

a. To all Adverse Claimants:

b. Adjoining Owners and occupiers,


The Petition of CRESUAL FERNANDER of the
Western District of the Island of New Providence in
respect to ALL that piece parcel or tract of land
containing 13.046 Acres Situate Sandilands
Allotment in tte Eastern District of the Island of
New Providence and being approximately 2190
feet Westward of Fox Hill Road and approximately
640 feet South of Joe Farrington Road and
bounded Northwardly by a Road 20 feet Wide
leading to the Fox Hill Road and land now or
formerly the property of Robert Sandilands on the
South by land the property of Edward Deveaux
and a public road. Eastwardly by land now or
formerly the property of Jeremiah Taylor and
Westwardly by land now or formerly the property
of George Adderley which said tract of land had
such shape size position and dimensions and
boundaries as are shown on the Plan filed herein
and coloured Pink thereon. The said Cresual
Fernander claims to be the owner in fee simple of
the said tract of land and has made application to
the Supreme Court of the Bahamas under the
provision of Section 3 of the Quieting 'Iitles Act
1959 to have his title to the said land investigated
and the nature and extent hereof determined and
declared in a certificate of Title to be granted by
the Court in accordance with the provisions of the
Act.
Copies of the filed plan may be inspected during
office hours at the following places:

a The Registry of the Supreme Court in the
City of Nassau in the Island of New
Providence
b The Chambers of Mr. David Bethell Attorney
for the Petitioner, the Second floor of the
Bernard Sunley Building Situate on the North
Bay Street in the City of Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.


Notice is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 14th day of August A. 1). 1973 file in
the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner a
Statement of his claim in the prescribed form
verified by ain Affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure by any such person to file his or her claim
on or before the 14th day of August A.D. 1973
will operate as a bar to such claim.

DAVID C. BETHELL
Attorney for the Petitioner.


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