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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: July 27, 1973
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UNION PRESIDENT DENIES REPORT ON MEETING,

BUT REFUSES COMMENT OVER BATELCO BRANCH





Public service union chief


wants


Friday, July 27, 1973


VOL. LXX, No. 204


Price: 15 Cents


BaTelCo branch


suspended, it's reported


By NICKI KELLY
PUBLIC SERVICES UNION PRESIDENT Thaddeus Darling denied today he had attempted to ram through
certain constitutional amendments at a meeting of the union Wednesday night, but refused to say whether the
BaTelCo branch would be able to participate in any future discussion of the proposed changes.


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"'1 have l no tomlIent on that
and \ ou can ti\ It up any way
you like.'" lie said, "Whenever
the proper tillie om(e, ti
11changes w will take them
thrt igh i lthe pinper channels as
bI.'f re,. lie aid.
She T ilbtunte w as icliabhl
int'rmcd t i mort ning tliat a
tieetitig t the P.S t. e\ecucitie
was held last night inI
\ l 1 M.ls t ".i ' Ii ;, \ I \ l t'n
lt :i', ;,iN t ,e l ; i \i, s -i w 1 i
Parling q ti- i mned t h' li ths
paipe'r wanted to k nlow. "
don't h iv. i i I I 'lhe

hi\ x .; pI\ ,i' 1m eet In ." lihe'

I 'K iii 'i vN it thlNtls.

licei and Ih, sii', ol IBatelco



Milo Butle


was discussed, even though the
branch chairman. Mrs. Willimae
Bridgewater was not asked to
it tend
S1lie union president
suggested, it is understood,
that the Batelco branch should
be suspended hbut ran into
tbtect ions tiromit the other
branch presidents. He then
allegedly threatened to have
those branccs iuspendled.
It was reported yesterday
that a general meeting of the
P.S.tt. Wednesday ended in
chao,, when Mr. )Darling refused
i I disclose thil' proposed
constitutional changes when
requested to do so by Mrs.
Bridgewater, and subsequently
walked out.
Mr. D),alinit was v said to have
old Mrs. B ridgewater that



r firm is


overcharging, alleges



over-the-hill grocer

A SMALL over-the hill grocer charged today that the firm of
Milo B. Butler & Sons is selling whoisale flour at more than a


dollar aibo\ei tIe price ceiling set I
in March.
InI1 L l cl to the tli i rv illit tM
( \ DoIv sett v C clhsitvd ,1i1
i (d !i e k ', 'hilcll cd bI l the I lv ll l i
\\h l lc \\,llCehou ol Icach
sticvl.
I his bill 0.i N lc" show1ll s that 1
b i!' ni two )nl' t p|i ackigesN ol
Robin Im N 7 is i 'ais the tlic d price
n' *,( nll I ba l (e oI the 51b
R,,,bm l lo d !!,'t rii packages tor
"N's Colinpalcd to a
Controlled piice ot Si,.42.
\1r. I)orsell auidl hi litld beenh
pi nnpted toi x ritc tlie letller,
.ilbcil r li 1ct nl 1\ bc ause hc
lid been sitdil' b\ iiiliember
Io t lie I'ncc ( 'Cntllni
(' oI' ll i N N i o 1 \\ hi ()
"unill)itiinalel te hii mI i slt
io tlhe dullt \\otk of Ithoe in
authitorl)t w\yvlho. Insl'te d ot going
at all wholesalers, including


PAN-CARIBBEAN BODY
[ iei ieicr, \11r (,llon \
I kytiN i 'ent l 'll itosp ill
ltv'iiii'di lci, '1lev i alt


YOUTHS GET

A (iRO( t'I' oit outlhs
chauigcd \ eynterd'ay in
magistrate's court within
breaking into the Nassau
StadiumI and tlhe IFast Street
('lub Splendid i on July I) and
20 were sentenced to prisonl b\
M agist ra lte I i i an iltie
\ sadeba\ tIhs a I i' im i in la.
'orpoi,il puni shi ent ll as
oldcled loi oi oi Il th bo\s
Y e s I e r d .i, A I t hoi I y
Dawkins, k D)eiek (Coakle.
15, Anthlion\ I vinigstone mand
lIllsworth Miller. both 14. and
Donald MoNss, 1I pleaded
guilty to sleaylg S70 from Mr.
Allan W\hyl\ 's 'hlub Splendid
onl July .20
lice youths with the
exception of Miller, also
pleaded guilty to ai second
count ol ste'.ialng'r one cake, a
carton ol cigarettes and anll
undisclos, ed ailimount of money'
trom i the Nassau Stadiuml
owned bI I11 (Charlie lijor onl
July 1 A\lso plcaitllng guilty to
Slide chargC e as RoditLnty i)avis,
18, Bernard Roiad.
During theiu appearance in
court mhis muornirng, another
charge' was brought against
Dawkins. 3 an ,ilcngineei, and


yi the Price Control Commission


SItho BI. hButler and Sons, must
continue Ill to hound poor,u
helpless people like me."
APOL OI') Bill -
I r. Dorsett said lie
apologized to the Butlers,
utmanV ot whotim were his
friends, for having to use them
as an example in this case.
"I humbly beg to suggest to
thle Finance Ministr- and the
Prine Minister that they look
into the prices charged to the
public by thie firm whose name
bears that of our own
G(ovcirnor-Gencral designate."
tce w iote.
"We nlow live in an
independent Bahanmas and
unless we arc prepared to stand
up and by counted, mlay (God
help uits," Mr. Dorsett added.
The Tribune tried to get a
statement from the Price
Control Commission today but
wv as referred to Finance
periIman citl secretIary Balt ron
Bethel w lo is prcsentlh off the
island nudl is not expected back
until Monda\.


'RISON TERMS

hits younger co-accused.
Livingstone. Miller, Moss and
Coaklex and another youth,
Arlington Stuart. 16.
They pleaded guilty to
breaking into Taylor Gas Ltd.,
Collnms Avenue, on June 5 and
ste;thng ani acetylene gas tank
and cash amounting to S700.
Maximltlum prison sentences
of two years each were given
l)awkins and 18-year-old Davis
bN the iiiigistrate.
Ile sentenced Coakley.
Livingstone, Miller and Stuart
to six months detention at lier
Majesty's Prison.
In the case of Miller, 13, the
magistrate ordered that 12
strokes of the rod be
administered, "four each
week "
All the teenagers with the
exception of Davis, were
students.
Dawkins was also given a
concurrent sentence on a
separate charge of stealing two
car tires from Mr. Alvin Kelly.
The tires were valued at
$126 and stolen by Dawkins
sometime between March I
and 10. Chief Insp. Okell
Cartwright told the court.


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what he was proposing
concerned only the Public
Services Union and had
nothing to do with Batelco.
The Tribune was able to
contact Mr. Darling today after
several unsuccessful attempts
yesterday.
Asked if he did in fact say
this to Mrs. Bridgewater. Mr.
Darling refused to answer
directly. His reply was that
BaTelCo as not a separate
union but a branch of the
P.S.U.
NOT' BILI\I(;
that the P.S.U. constitution
was not binding on the
BaTelCo branch as that branch
had a separate recognition
agreement with the BaTelCo
Corporation, and also its own
constitution..
"The Public Servics Union
recognition agreement is with
the Public Services
Commissionn" Mr. Darling said.
When pressed further, the
union president repeated his
claim that all he had done at
Wednesday's meeting was to
serve notice that constitutional
changes would have to be made
to bring that document in line
with the new Bahamian
constitution.
Asked if the BaTelCo branch.
would be able to take part in
discussion of the atmendnments
Mr. Darling replied that he had
"no comment on that."
The union president ywas also
queried regarding Mrs.
Bridgewater's allegation that
although a niember of the
P.S ). executive, she was not
invited to attend an excutivc
meeting called for July 17.
Mr Darling replied that: "I
am only the president, I amn
not responsible for advising
members, that is the job of the
general secretary."
RESIGNED
Asked who this wa, Mr
Darling said liervis Bain, biut
acknowledged that Mr Bain
had resigned the post.
The election of new officers
of the P.S.U. must be called
each July. according to its
constitution. The elections
have yet to be held.
Asked if a general meeting
would be called for this
purpose before the end of the
month Mr. Darling said he did
not know. "Our executive will
have to decide if it will have
elections before the end of the
Month "
lie could not say whether
this would affect the union's
status under the Industrial
Relations Act. "The Ministry
of Labour will have to decide
that," he said.
The BaTelCo branch
president told The Tribune
yesterday that under the terms
of the P.S.U. constitution, two
weeks notice must be given tor
a general meeting to be called
In this case only three days
notice was given.
"No one was aware what the
meeting was about and we had
no idea it involved
constitutional amendments
until we arrived and saw it on
the agenda," she said.
When Mr. Darling told
BaTel('o members that the
amendments did not concern
them they demanded to know
why, if they were not a part o0
the union, they had to pa\
dues to the parent body.
According to Article 3 ol
the P S.U. constitution, public
corporations are eligible for
membership.
Developments at Wednesdas
night's meeting are being
viewed as an attempt at a
higher level to split the
10,000-member P.S.U. from its
more aggressive BaTel('o
branch, and weaken the parent
body.


Catholic Bishop's presentation to the PM
BISHOP PAUL LEONARD HAGARTY, O.S.B., presented Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling with a bound copy of Pope Paul's message to the people of the Bahamas on the
attainment of independence and a copy of "Upon These Rocks" by the Rev. Colman
Barry, O.S.B., which gives the history of the Catholic Church in the Bahamas. The
presentation was made at the Cabinet Office at 11 a.m. yesterday. In his message the
Pope asked Bishop Leonard to "convey our felicitations and good wishes to the
Governor-General, Prime Minister, Government and people of the Bahamas at the
beginning of this new epoch in the history of the islands."



'Inefficient management is chief cause



of business failures here' says BMA

"'I \PRONFrD. ineffectual and inefficient management is the chief cause of business failures in
the Bahamas, especially among small butsiine.s.es," Mr. Anthony Thompson of the Bahamas
Monetary Authority told the Caribbean Mental Health's ninth conference Thursday.


S p e a k in g o n ,i .. ,
affecting small business in the
Bahamli as", Mr. Thompson gave
reasons tor the iailur cof small
BahamianIii i businesses andtl
pointed to was in which tlihey
iould be' successful in Ithe
itut ie
"It is perhaps niot a c;c di li t
Bahtiamian enutrepreneutis." he
said. "that nearly all sin ll
establishments which were 1it
existence some te til to fifteen
years ago Lire ei( ; !.!
non-e\istent ir still sri
businesses today. IThose w hiI ti
did make a break Ihr >tugh, 1 ...
into million dollar si!,
bracket, are predon'tii ii .,
white-ownced oi(in uins. .
few black bii si ic sI ''.
ex periencedt tis t iNtI'le e ,c '
success."
lie said the "soci. l, politi.il
and economic environ niti'! '
the past" vwas tintavoit.'ol
"for the development I!
black-owned businesses ol .i;
substance." Toda\. litv,S\\ ..
he said. "it is no secret tlui 'i.'
owner/operator ot an ex.s 'iii
small business must dipnsiv
with his small bhu iii-'
mentality if lit' is to part' ,
m ore :11Lt inr l ll in '1
economy. This is not t i.
that a nation of large shi' i
the objectie for in s ,
small business will conl;: ,
abound."
Mr. Thompson said li.ii
person considering gluig vt,
business for the first tit-.' ,:i
especially know and appr- .il.
and be able to supply til,' .',\
understandable principle.' i
methods of butl in ss ;-. i i'
w l i h h, av e hi \ .i v
characterized the si, s
lirI lie in ust not all It ',c!
considerations to bti:t d !iv,1'
into believing that l he n !v
successful in business \ itli[u11l
the knowledge of itliketinv
and purchasing and t lint ic.'ili
and accounting.
Mr. Thompson N,,.1 the
common expression t ri i't sh
contemplating opening i t11iir
own business is: "Wh huhil II
bust myti tail making tiv .'
rich? I might as well 1'
my self."
The person will thi i ,.',i i,%
unusually a very dIde',ihilk
and trusted emTplo,<\ it '
possesses unusual lilech1!n aIl
aptitude, manual Nkill. or
artistic or other sigititm nt
talents, he said.
PROBLI MS
"Hle ventures forth with liis
accumulated job know-htti.
capital and judgment," ,'id Mi.
Thompson," in scaih of a
better income in cilL Nistance
in which his chances ot success
are meagre. In but a feh\k
months, he is confr,,roit w\lith
the realization thaI .Is an
employee he hIIt .'\ .
encountered the particulai
responsibilities and difficulties
o f a manager."
Mr. Thompson explained
that it is then that thy sinall
businessman learns that


business ni gjIe'ient calls for
a wide neticty o fi talents
bc\ond thiosI e ut a person
petIfo'nci1 i inll charge of an\t
single I tiness functiiln.
lls brief pcrtIvd of
e\p( stivr' t, lhe prim.uplis 1
ltin nagemIlL'nt will him.e ,csultkcd
in l'ss of capital of ilui A won
status in lls ptevi' V s iS
occupatio n, as well ais
attendatit injury to pv'vt',v iI
pride." ',id Mr. Thoiinpsn'i
%\1. I h impson said ivth.it l
v'e noni dcst sll, l lthy
H a hi ;i li a s I t I i v I
"litl.u iaini isatii""i


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,1 the t hainian in 1h,,' tl il,
,1 ihcis ecollvmi' I ,ii inis tS
.llh e .il t lr h ii :i lar .'.g ^l ,ha e i

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Sppo' i I un i t ies l i t v'i, '.

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snd.
\lr. 1 clio psnl ,iN i ihc

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I 'pendeIN e IiI ' s I Nii
.l ist 'e ed oI lte .i l'Ii1
'tlLpenldence ot h,' Hahai ,ii
p e','l e. 1,n achic' t ill e ltl ,nd 'i
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bcnall tu vlo lli n ilal busi 'sh


















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cii'ntl isA i i ,'x tl i .i i t
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S cw t I'tr ix m iitv ,i a i the

1ba k ,img it estate
vI _,.' lp et7 c i ll o i1 I p." rationt
t !in ar ,il v I t WI c l t I I

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hlo Scvel, use h II l ni d Is ,I
lIm\ t],t lIt'k
paH 11 ,C' atd t] )n kllt I t hcl1
aC M I tleC s o u tsit ci h e ck( t)IIllT .
Flhc renmain6nrn ti ,li e
backb hone ot IIt( h1, l blusiricss
,k ltoi. WhiR, I ,\v. Arc t \\ lieth (Ih

,ire characteT t c substantial
non-Bahann nimiMIlTnershlp and
toreign ll nall nie 111e'nt Theyv
I LlII )t 1 1o '- IIhrt'll gh7 o tt

family i sland i ti nhifields as
banking, Ii Il estate
d ,t) d nm annlf Iit11n ll t!
"Sinc l c t' h "', I ,,pheres of


C'conoi ic active its ie:and
special inanager iil expertise
aind sI si st a int l l capitail


re'sources, it Is peC I aps
understandable that Bahamian
participa tion is lit itcd." he



Jury fail to reach

verdict, discharged

A RI-1 RIAL is c\pc, tcd ini
I he Suipremce Couirt a,:se it
I rc'c tport armed I i- lc'rs
accused I rcdcrick )ii'nt ')i iL Ii;.
iftcr turors failed t I,' i ine at ai
\crdict.
Del heratinlg, i ) minutes,
Ile JLiI ,. hcaided b\ Mrs.
I ilndal Bethell wasi, di hargced
atlc atittCe lp, It, brc,i. ,i 7- 5
decision proved :' t'!'l.,.
I lhe accused. 1 p,Cleaded
not guilt\ it. lh \ 11 l 5 .il tI ed
I(obbery otfl M\is \wildi
Is sister and the hold-up 'i i.t,
llenry Jacdob (;,I'l i'!cvi on MaI
2, was oIrdered eitmaneiid iin
cisti)diy bN \ S11 J.ilstic Jamlies
Si tih.
II c' Inv n elae Ithey
.t'tt i c' i iy ) li)' ti i ilcil I i i elt s,

theIi t. Thie sta' I 'it'l' INs wx eret
signed h\ hin1 \1 1 > said.
hut onl\ .Aitci he li'ad been
eaten.
Austin M iii .. l ,i p: isecuttiotIt
in ssI t(ilI. I v li e tim irt hei
t.ielled int I rc.I N l wit li

e' .11 I i' lt \ il tRock


lI I'he v i n wt iiih t he\ wecre

\ l iIn s tl .iti i ,i 'i c ,i arrested
h111n BI it ;t: !' A. lkt!Cd eCscaped
wiclxn hie rai; vHe sitld Antoniol
luad a Lun in the hbak seat ofi
I it I, i a t .tid ie p, inteI d the gilun
at i In'c l in I I \Ill Mile Rock
\\lhi rlan w h n I e siC it.
( r'o, ,niiiscl Alpin Russell
sil theI r! ,bb, cd wo iiii) Mrs.
Ias Itlei. ,inagei Cl( the King's
lIn ilt,, i 1w l! I' lo Shlop. ,was
I 'lt iiTi t' lI oin f tihc I I ( 'asinm at

\ i Isblistci tistilled th al
lithe accusd lobbed hci el her
hliiuld ig, w\ kic i contained
abouIt S500 cash and other
gi', ds alt,,gethrci amounting toi
about I 1 .02 1 .
\Ir. Russell told the court in
Ins opening remarks that the
second armed robbery vicitm,
M1r. (;reisemter. had been
walking on the premises of the
Occanutis Ilotel, with his wife
when a man iinmped out of the
bushes with a hand-gun and
ordered "Throw down your
\wallet and keep on walking."
Police inicstigations led to
the accused, he said. Mr.
Greisemner. a visitor to the
Bahamas, was robbed of about
S80 cash. he said.


I


One merchant said that the
present shortages, and the
whole situation generally.
nmght have been avoided had
her been ,'r.,iter operation
between government and the
business sector
"If governemtn had told us
in sufficient time that they
ciemtemplated price controls,
x\e would have increased our
imports at a time when we
could still buy Stateside
without taking a loss.
his would also have given
us enough of a supply to last
until the new crops come in in
the .S.,' he said
The businessman observed
that had government consulted
the food merchants they would
have been made aware of the
trends in the I.S. "We have
always been prepared to
cooperate, but we never knew
what government had in
mind."
The Tribune learned today
that government has in fact
given serious consideration to
setting itself up as a food
purchasing agent in direct
competition with private
enterprise
But even though it might
attempt to subsidize food
prices, it would inevitably have
to make up the loss through
Nsome other channel, one
merchant said Ihis could
only be done through
additional tax es.
"-ove rnmenti has no
experience in the marketing of
foodstuffs and would have to
but at the market price. This
will inevitable\ raise the cost,"
he added.
T he P rice Control
Commission has reportedly
recommended to the Minister
that wholesalers be allowed to
put a specified percentage
mark-up on landed costs, as
auto dealers have now been
allowed to do.
Merchants are agreed that
this is the only practical
solution to the problem. The
Minister however has
apparently ignored the
suggestion.
The Tribune understands
that it is the Finance Ministry's
intention to review prices in
quarters, and that a price
revision is now in the offing.
However the new prices, if and
when they come into effect,
have already been outdistanced
by continuously rising costs
overseas, retailers and
wholesalers say.




HUGE NE
"TOCKS I
FUROPFAN 1


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HEAR IT ALL i i
ON RADIO!!
AT HOME 1
OR IN YOUR CAR.


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SiOP it VA[FI


Sthe BAHAMIAN
u SUPERMARKETS
If it's value you really want,
you really want Super Value!


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DO YOU KNOW

THIS MAN?
PI' It i arc aski,.r they
public lor lh 'ir .i'ssist ..' int
identilyi,'g j.i icldci l', ii it A ho



TI icH in.iuTI x xs s ,i ', 0th
traffic l.f lalt: \ wais w making
along Prince iharles )rinve
when he was rl.., N11 struck
down b\ .i car drivn i \ \11
Bernard t(rccni ot Wiilf R'it d.
'l'he man i,;s a out 50 to) 55
years old anid iabot ut live tf c'
five inches At the time o lithe
accident, I e It was wearinL di ark
brown trouser a bI l shitl.
brown I sho is jn i it',A i ii

No foul play in

drowning death
P(Il I(I sus, -ect tiI l ul
play In tt he I luiirsdal,iS i% i i' i i!tIL
drt)owning dciati Ih li ? v i cai-(old
I)cbra Il ugih, a P'c'nnutuu 1\ l ,1111-
visitor liere, guest I at th
Anchloragc Hotel.
'The omii111, \\h' Ltii11edi
here on JulI I 7 \\nIh i tli l
f r ie nd S\ is l d
Fnicharnacioln lt 'it 1 lic 1 .5..
was pulled li 1i 1 the -is itiun imiie
pool at the h(ie i i .ib iut 7
a.m. yesterday .
She Itas pronounced ii t',!d
on aI rivai l tat lhIe ic I'nP c
M argaret IHospital l t li
drowning. I let ibodt\ ,is
identified b\ her ronmmiatec

McCARTNEY HEADS
I)R I IMOIll' I Mc( ,iiA nel .
iaha.ii i ia cl tlic.il ip- cli, ol'. N; .
autl tloi alnd tlcl r p esiCdeni Il
thle Bahlilmasl Menial lic.tllh
Association \wai s thllis tlel oon
elected as the tist lahi iillu ilan
President of lhe Ca 'Jrbbean
Federation l or \lentl IlHeilth
The election was held on th li
last da\l of ithe 'itl Cointereiicc'
of tihe Caribbe.io n l edcr.ilion
for Mentil llealtih being held
this year in Nassaiu
Dr. Mc('artnei will be their
head of a body witch
encompasses lthe entire
Caribbean and tnitlmbs Is22
miCembIel county i ries.
Also elected to t office this
afternoon were: c Ist Vice
President: )Dr Rioberto
F ontla te of Venie/uiela
(Psyv chiatrislt), D)r Chaitls St.
Aimie of Mailintiiiue I Doctol of
tiedicine) and M\1s ( lori,
Keents-i)ougl as ot (Cienalda
(Social worker). 1 elected as
Secretary to tlhe I federation is
Mr. Arnott Joseph of Irinidid
(Statistical Officer) and as





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FOOD MERCHANTS

MAY HAVE TO

CUT BACK, DECRY

GOVT. INACTION
By NICKI KELLY
UNLESS GOVERNMENT is
prepared to act swiftly to bring
in a more realistic form of food
price control, merchants may
have to start cutting their
payrolls.
1 his was the view expressed
today' by a number of dealers,
who pointed out that if their
business volume fell off too
much they would have no
choice but to start cutting
down on their overhead.
B1o th wholesalers and
retailers have been
experiencing difficulty in
maintaining the prices fixed by
thle Pri'ce control Commission
in the il light of skyrocketing
cLosts at thie source of supply.
I he situation has been
further aggravated by the U.S.
government's decision to slap
export controls on a number of
agricultural commodities which
are in short supply at home.
"We are being hit on both
sides." one large food store
operator said today. "We may
soon not be able to get certain
loodstuffs and if we do, we
won't be able to sell because of
the loss to us."
Both wholesalers and
retailers have been trying
fruitlessly for weeks to meet
with Finance Minister Arthur
Ilanna to discuss the position.
She' point out that if
government would at least
make a statement to the effect
that they were considering
re,. unendations made, the
public would be a great deal
happier.


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Friday. July 27,_1973


TEXT OF NIXON'S LETTER TO WATERGATE CHAIRMAN 72 Haitians seek to


BAKER INTRODUCES NEW AREA IN QUESTIONING
wa\SHIN(; ION (Al') lestimnon\ Iroiul tornir Wilnie i luse ai-de Jinhi
Shrlichman continues todal during the Senate \, lter.rie hearings
Yesterday, committee i,ie chairman Howard lIaktr thlei an unexpected
twist into the inquir\ surrounding the \iSte tHouse mineslicatie unit.
Baker asked about an area. ol investigation not pre'inusl; disclosed.
Ehrlichman avoided questions il tihe inritter, clatinim i isthlo ure srulId
endanger national security% ite did sai tihe area had nothrig toi d with
Watergate, and was 'ermane to trhe Pentagon I'apers situation (a Sl I1
STORY 1HIS P'A(1 )
NIXON WILL ABIDE BY COURT'S DECISION IF .-----
WASIN(; ION (Al') President Nl\is's refusal tI piei i "e access Ito
presidential tapes and documents has embarked the goirenriieitl on .1 road
leading toward a landmark Supreme Court test Special cInsultant Charles
arn VW right sai s he i ill argue the I'resident's position li sturt IH sa\s
Nixon will abide hi a Supreme ( courtt decision i it it 's delnii e tie added
that some Supreme ('iurt ruling's ire less than dCetiinair.
Republican Congressm en harl e bheeii trs lir 1 'ilii ,. i. N.siso their
concern over his refusal ito elid documents .dJ tapes ,I \\ iatergate
investigators. 1 he\ sa\ the President ma\ he lustilled, buit iher fear his
actions will be viewed as asi aiidmission olf guilt fh the pubilh
AN IMPOSSIBLE CONDITION SAYS ERVIN
.AAStIIN(. I )N i( \ l l'restential atItorne\ c iharles 'Aright sl \ ss
President Ni\oini is prepared to turn ts er idoLctlt ients liI: deiI smtrtl\ ,ith
political matters or tlih se that do not threaten the ,intiidJentialiti of his
relationsi iith ad\ireis 5\ right .ils .s.aid "lie' iooneir \e ciAn get it the
bottom of \.iatergate the better .tII the countli will be '
President Ni\on did iturn oi,r to prosecutor ('Co\ t\%i- t li t document,
Ihe asked for but the President refused to turn o\er ailn documents to the
Senate committee unless tile committee speciiens e\.crl\ i.at iti wIants.
Chairman riin called tItis lini impossible condition ihe' isked how o\\tuld
the com mittee spc iut t lihal ii \\ants ihienr it d sn' k ln \ il\hat e\istsL
EHRLICHMAN DEFENDS NIXON'S POSITION
WASIlNl. I1 ON (A Iormner presidential adtiser hrin I hrlichmian iII
his third dai before Senate investigators detelided Pr'esident Nii\on's
refusal to turn noer tape recordings and other do)cunlent I hrlichinan said
if he were sitting in thie hMit'e House. Ils instinctiMc rc,icti n \, would be to,
preserve the institution of the presidency intact

BILL TO PREVENT REPEAT OF WATERGATE
5\ \SlIN(; I(N \\P) Ilie 'Senate i as \otd to make national
committees iot political parties respntisiblte tir presidential cinpaiign
spending, )cnitir.itll iio\ard ( a l.1ri 1 oi l N e\,da said ti' IlllelljIci r lt I tile
campaign bill isn t the sort ote thing that deelopcd in thie \ atercatc
hearings.

U.S. CASTS FIFTH VETO IN U.N. HISTORY
I'slI'l n N \I IONS I 1P) l eI I nlted ttes t, .J.i last its tifth veto uit
t.N. historN It ioted to kill a Securiti iCouncil resolution stronlgil
deploring israel's failure toi iithdra i tri rom terrltor.s wiron il the 1 67
Mid 1 ast \iir.
[HE MYSTERY SURROUNDING ; 1200 MISSING AMERICANS
\ \SIItN I O) (A ID he ntilitar\ oti cial respoIni ble for tr\ ili, to
locate tile 12 hundred Americans still missing in Indochina said today\ that
9'1 per centIl them disappeared either Ilr ce.in r.is esor in Ii areas still
under i r o ni luni ,t control. Xrni ilriq.,dii'r I .en r.il Robeit Kingston said
that in sI\ mono lith ot se,alhingi,. tie renrimais '>l onl\ one idolell U r
servicemlen ha\e been located, and nine ol th,lse ihas been positl\el\
identified
CANADA LASHES OUT AT OFFICERS' TREATMENT
SAt.loN \Pi anada issued .I surprise stateinLent I riday that lashed
S ult tt \shiat it termed thie ',.ourage us" tre.iatmeni t t \o o 'icers detained
t,\ I the \ iN I ( 0, ik: t,,r I S di s
\ern tin I rnier. seuihr rankrinL. l ianlidi.l on tihe Internationial
,n l r o niti control arnd Super\msio>n. read the statement to [IL'C
o lninissi ners at their regular meelilng
ihe' statement sad that the officers. Cats' I.tn Patten and Iectcher
r homison. "were denied even the treatment accorded prisoners ot \ar."
"I he had forced inarches through the jungle under guard lille bound
'us the hands and neck. the\ \ure sub'letled i to political prpagand.i. lithe
sere deprived ofI their uniormnr s ilnld. ,.tl sllon. ill it i ase 'I t cipt
Patten. suif ered physical %!olence '
FOREIGN All) BILL PASSES BY NARROW MARGIN
AStIN I(lN (AIl Ihe IHouse hlis approved aItwo billionO On million
dollar 1 ieign .Aid bill alter rejecting in elft rt to cut oif all I S. military
aid for C',ambodia. 1he I foreign Aid Hill passed last night on a vote of 1 IS
to 18.3.
I he bill earmarks one billion OO00 million dollars tor mrillar\ aid and one
billion tor economicL development aid.
The amendment to cut oft' all I'.S military ,iid for Cambodia was
'uropoused h\ i)emitnrati, representative HBellai Ahb'u o t Ne\ York. I he
amendment \ias rejected 105 tI 26
SECOND MAJOR FIRE IN PORT-AU-PRINCE IN WEEK
'(O I A-t! 'RINCI HAITI ( i') At least 10 persons re dead in a
baseball factor tire south oII IPort Au Prince police said I'iursdar .
authorities s said that t he tactor\ workers were trapped inside the
mssrirbls building located .ibitl 00o lards from tile sea
It was the second major lire in the I.aitian capital within, a \.-ek I our
daI s ago, fire in a government ammunition depot damaged the Presidentialt
Palace in downtorvl)n 'ort '\u Prince
I'.S. navy experts stationed al i.u.nitanamo Ba C. uba. \ ere called Ili to
help defuse shells attested h\ flames
Police said that the actor tire carted about 4. ii p i 1 1 I! ) bl.i/c
till raged in lIhe late patternn ,,n
BANK OF EN(;LANI)D IKE S LENDING RATE TO 11' ';

LONI)DO)N ( \P I he linki .*t I nrland hikd its basic leliduin r:ite toi a
record I I' per pound sterling
Fhe pound. aided als '\i h.At dealers ailed 'nimassie purll:as'e, I, the
government-controlled hank rallied sllarplt
The jump o l 2. perent.. pr i s tor llio, ed a rise t i1 < piin last
I ridav
Ihe rate governr rin.u-t tl iiend itn tis u .unltr .
LONDON PAYS JAPAN 521.6 MILLION INSURANCE (CLAIM
LONDON .(A'P I rid,'ii iiundern lers \iil I ridi pa\ out 21 ;i llhon
dollars ion the Japanese liness irn iih )et hiin up iln Henghai I uesdai a
spokesman reported
The spokesanir i sld thie pa\ lent wouldl d he made in Ikio b\ \\iltis
laber and Dumas Insruriance Urkers'
About 90 per tent of the planes raliue was believed insured in, I ,nidon
BAHAMAS TAKE NOTE'

KIN(IiSlI N. J \\1' 1 \ S \i ) i ullir i, is IlIuse ot Repre- u t' il Ces .is
approined the ririr srl ir incrteSc iii Ihw \cars hr t he Prime i n \ irster
I'he increase re lr tlric t, > \prnil I. 1 7.1 gives lie Prime ministerr '
salary otf J$22.000 a s ear
the Minister l I finance will >el itl,OOO, lull inisters s | 1.052.
ministers or f state ; 12,000. tle Speaker o) the I house s 12 .000.
Parlina entary sec.ret.itres |l ll00.O tire I.e,'dtr ol tpprosi iion 11 r.000.
Deputy Speaker 5, 5?Oi .iid thlier rinmbers ol P'arliamenet "7,500i
Ihe pay increases weire ted ib\ .u ption ot tile report t t the st iindire
I inance C'ommtilee
TRUDEAU TO VISIT CHINA IN OCTOBER
'S\l SIARY. Al I 1(<1 \ ( t 'l Prrne ministerr trud'eau will irsit chnram
in iOc'tober
HIe announced lithe usit while Jiscussing trade ,it tlhe Western I c'ioiit c
Opportunities conference I hursdai


T i L ; 'I ITE ,',UJSE.
Washington
July 25. 1973
Dear Mr. Chaiman,
White House have received on my
behalf the subpoenas issued by you onf
behalf of the select committee on July
23.
One of these calls on me to furnish to
the select committee recordings of five
meetings between Mr. John Dean and
myself. For the reasons stated to you it,
my letters of July 6 and July 23, I must
respectfully refuse to produce these
record dinos
The other subpoena calls on me to
furnish all records of any kind relating
directly or indntectly to the "activities,
participation, responsibilities or
involvement." of 25 named individuals
"in any alleged criminal acts related to
the presidential election of 1972." Some
of the records that miqht arguably fit
within that subpoenaa are presidential
papers that must be kept confidential for


'CAN'T TALK' SAYS

EHRLICHMAN OF

YET ANOTHER

'PLUMBERS' UNIT

WA\SHI\( 1O\ (API') John
1). Ehirlichman told the Senatel
Watergat'e comilittee T'hursd.i\
that there was another Whitv
flousc "I'lumbers" unit
investigation that cannot be)
made public.
I hrliric nan said revealing
the actiit woutIld etmproImise
national sec'urit\ .
I lih disclosure came hours
aillcr the committee voted to
chillcngce Presidlent \IXon in
c uirl o Ier his refusal Ito turn
iiver tape' recordings arnd
documents s bearing on the
Watc'rgnate scandal. lhrlichnrian,
a former top aide. defended
the President's stand,
Senator Iloward It Bak,'r
J r Re publican-Tennessee,
noted that a timeniurandtinu in
evidence before the committee
had one paragraph left black
and aIskd I hrlichmani it hes
cou ld provide it.
"'dt probably be violating
two or three statutes if 1
pr(,oided this." thrlichmnan
said. tse added it involved a
I c71 investigation no way
related to the Watergate affair.
The known activity of a
s pe cial White 1Louse
investigative unit called "'The
Plu mbers"' includes the
break-in otI Daniel lllsberg's
psy chia Irist s of fice.
investigation into leaks
mentioning the strategic arms
limitation talks, and into
publication oit White I IHouse
discussions about the
Bangladesh citil war.
In refusing to turn tape
recordings over to the
committee. Ni\min had said
conversations about Watergate
were mingled w lth discussions
ntl other topic,' a1nd
disclosure of one would lead to
disclosure of the other.
IFrhlichman's lawyer. John J.
Wilson, produced a recent
letter trom White House special
counsel J. Fred Buizhardt
." Directing us to claim
executive privilege (on a
matter) identified only as a
fIourth instance of the activities
ofI White House members,"
Ehrlichman said he would
tell the Senators about it in
closed session it the White
Ilius e approves
Baker' said the committee is
left ini an untenable position
and "'we've got to press this
further ini connection with the
tapes th documents, the May
22 statement, a do/en other
things I could name. We have
to know what was taken into
account to validate thie claini
ot national security which is in
somIle quarters suspect.
Wilson. referring to
"colossal" leaks out of the
committeee. said he would ask
White House permission for
closed-session testimony if "we
could know the word we give
you will not o ot o i of the
meeting."
Frhllichman intimated
'I uesday that other activities ofn
the plumbers had not been
brought to light, but this was
the first specific exploration.
I bhrlichlman testified that
Slormer Nixon campaign
treasurer Ilugh W Sloan Jr.
cane tn i hiti irt JulI last year
to dscuse '.s his fears if possible
Wluite HIouse involvement in
lIhe Watergate break in the
ilmonth before
"'I don't knovw what Sloan
wanted to tell mine,"
I hrlichinan said. "Alter 1t
learned he felt hIe had snomile
exposure but hadn 't talked to
an attorney, I telt it would be
grossl. unfair to hear him outh
until he had taken the advice
of an attorney "
Sloan had testified June (ft
that Ehrlichmian seemed to


interpret Ins conversation as
personal fear and that the
White House aide said, "don't
tell me any of the details. I
don't want to know.' My
position would have to be until
after the election


reasons stated in my letter of July 6.
It is quite possible that there are other
records in my custody that would be
within the ambit of that subpoena and
that I could, consistent with the public
interest and my constitutional
responsibilities, provide to the select
committee. All the specific requests of
the select committee will be carefully
considered and my staff and I, as we have
done in the past, will operate with the
select committee by making available any
information and documents that can
appropriately be produced.
You will understand, I am sure, that it
will simply not be feasible for my staff
and me to review thousands of
documents to decide which do and which
do not fit within the sweeping but vague
terms of the subpoena.
It continues to be true, as it was when
I wrote to you on July 6 that my staff is
under instructions to cooperate fully with
yours in furnishing information pertinent
to your inquiry. I have directed that
executive privilege not be invoked with
regard to testimony by present and


former members of my st
possible criminal conduct
of possible criminal conduct
I have waived the
privilege with regard tc
counsel. In my July 6 lett
these acts of cooperation
committee as "genuine, ex
the history of su
extraordinary." That co
continued and will contir
privilege is being invok
regard to documents and
cannot be made public c
the confidentiality esse
function of the office of th
I cannot and will not
any investigatory b
presidential papers. To th
have custody of other
information relevant to th
select committee, and tha
be made public, I will be
these available in respond
requests.


'Ellsberg burglary was to satisfy




the President' says Ehrlichman

By Harry F. Rosenthal
WASHINGTON (AP) Investigating senators voted Thursday to challenge Presidi
court, then heard John D. Ehrlichman defend Nixon's refusal to turn over tape re
documents bearing on the Watergate scandal.


"Were I sitting in the White
I ,,use.'" Ihrlichmnan told the
Senate Watergate Committe,.
" niN instinctive reaction would
he to preserve the institution
n, thle Presiden'y intact The
dec isioln, he said hirst be'

\ixon had used the same
kind (of reasoning iln his refusal
\io ida. to comply with the
,uonimittee's request and said in
a letter read at the hearing
flursday that "I cannot and
will not consent to giving any
investigatory body private
presidential papers."
Nixon noted his willingness
to consider specific requests
troin the committee but said
tihe subpoena issued inn
response to his earlier refusal is
too broad.
"It would simply not be
feasible for nsy staff and me to
review thousands of documents
to decide which do and do not
fit within the sweeping but
vague terms of the subpoena,"
the President said in a letter to
committee e chairman Sam J.
Frvin Jr., (I).N.C.) (wSHEI
TI XI ABOVE).
I rvin termed the Nixon
letter a flat refusal "because
you cannot identify a
docunIent which you have
never seen."
"I think the President could
comply with the request of the
committee in both these
respects and that the
constitution would not
collapse and tie heavens would
not fall, but thIe contmittee
night help the President ill
determining the truth of his
involvement."
WIL I SUI. NIXON
It was then that Sen.
lioward II. Baker Jr..
( R- e n n.) ot'e red a
imotion-voted by all seven
members of the committee toI
"take such steps as necessary.
to present such issue for
adjudication."
Thus. a Committee of
Congress voted to sue the
President ot fthe United States
a move that I rtin described
as without precedent.
"This litigation is essential,"
ihe said, "itif we are to determine
whether the President is above
the law and whether the
President is immune from all of
the duties and responsibilities
in matters of this kind which
devolve upon all the other
mortals who dwell in this
land."
l'hrlichmian sat through the
debate, waiting to testily for
the third dai. Iloward the end
of tile morning session he was
asked by Sen. Josephi M.
Montoya, (I)-N.\1.) what
advice he would give if he still
held his lortner post as
domCestic affairs adviser to the
President
"FThe question ought to be
directed to the President,"he
said at first. Such decisions in
thle White Iiouse are taken only
after consultation with many
non-governienital authorities,
hie said.
"'It would lie onl after a
process of review that I would
be equipped to sa I feel very
inadequate now," he told
Montoya.
"I could shoot from the hip
and say were I sitting in the
White House, mny instinctive
reaction would he to feel my
obligation to preserve the
institution of the presidency
intact. We pass this torch of
the presidency from one i',mmi.
to one man to one mtian It's his
job for an entire period of tour
years to maintain the integrity
and the viability anid the
constitutionalty\ and the
function of that office.
"And there's nobody else
who's going to help him. The


Congress is in the business of
strengthening the Congress's
prerogatives. We have this
constant adversary relationship
that goes on between our
branches of government.-"
On other matters,
Lhrlichman testified:
lie never heard of a
"political enemies list" while
le was in the White House.
fte knows of no instance
where the White House staff
received a citizen's individual
income tax return, although
internal revenue service figures
show that 915 "tax checks"
were sought by the White
IHouse in 1972 alone.
That former acting F1BI
Director L. Patrick Gray Ill
was being investigated for
nearly two weeks before his
resignation was forced by
public disclosure that he had
destroyed documents taken
from the safe of E. lHoward
Ilunt. a Watergate conspirator.
That tihe "Plumbers" unit
investigation of Daniel
Ellsberg, which resulted in the
burglary of his psychiatrist's
office, was made to satisfy
Nixon's demand that leaks like
the Pentagon Papers be
plugged.
Sh rlic h m a n w i o se
testimony has been frequently
at odds with that of ousted
White House counsel John W.
Dean Ill, said hlie heard of the
enemies list only after Dean
revealed its existence to the
Co('nmiittee.
I)ean had said tax audits and
FBI investigations were sought
against some persons on the
list to harass them.
DENIAL ON TAXES
When Ehrlichman denied
any tax returns were sought by
the White House. Montoya
quoted IRS statistics about the
'tax checks' that were made.
Ehrlichnman said Montoya
was mixing apples and oranges,
that a tax check is only a query
to the IRS as to whether an
individual has tax troubles
pending. He said the White
House cannot obtain actual
retu rns.
The checks, hie said, were
made in connection with
pending appointments because
"obviously you don't want to
appoint an assistant secretary
who is going to have tax
problems the next day ... it
doesn't mean culling through

Allende's chief


army aide killed

SANTIA(GO. CHIL I (AP')-
Marxist President Salvador
Allende's principal military aide
was assassinated at his home early
Friday.
The government immediately
blamed the killing of Navy Capt.
Arturo Ara.a, 45, on the extreme
right-wing Fatherland and Liberty
Movement which swas linked to an
abortive army insurrection June 29
by members of an armoured
regiment.
The assassination occurred amid
increased tension and sporadic
violence stemming from a
nationwide walkout by the trucking
industry Thursday in protest
against the leftist government.
Hours after the captain was
gunned down on the second-floor
balcony of his suburban home by a
band of 'men firing from the street.
police made a number of arrests.
Naval intelligence aided police in
their search for Arays's assassins.
It was the third major
assassiatinon since Allende became
the first Marxist President in the
western henisphere to assume
office in a free election in 1970.
G;en. Rene Schneider. then
Chile's armn chief, was assassinated
in his automobile days before
Allende was to be confirmed as
President in a special congressional
election in October. 1970
Hiis slaying was attributed to
rightists hoping to keep Allende
from the presidency by sparking a
military coup.


staff concerning
or discussions
:t.
attorney-client
o my former
ter, I described
with the select
tensive and, in


upset US deportation

WASHINGTON (AP)- The board of immigration appeals was
asked Thursday to halt deportation of 72 Haitians who sought
political asylum in the United States.


ich matters, A lawyer for the Haitians
operation has said at a hearing that an
nue. Executive immigration judge in Florida
ed only with ordered them deported
consistent with without allowing them to tell

ntial to the of their alleged political
ie President. persecution in Haiti.
consent to give "To return these Haitian
ody private people to the tyranny of
e extent that I Duvalier is, for our pluralistic
documents or refugee society especially, as
me work of the cruel and unusual punishment
t can properly as the thumb screw was to our
a glad to make
nse to specific forefathers," said Donald I.
Bierman of Miami, the lawyer
Sincerely, for the Haitians.
Richard Nixon Irving Appleman, a lawyer
for the appeals board, said the
question of political
persecution had been raised
with the State Departtment
before the judge acted on
March 16.
He said the department did
not feel the Hlaitians would be
harmed if they were returned.
The Haitians were among
130 who attempted to enter
the U.S. last year without
passports or permits. Forty of
ent Nixon in those represented by Bierman
cordings and were part of a group of 65 that
landed at Pompano Beach,
Florida. after spending 1 days


returns to find out what
deductions or sources of
income might be."
Sen. Lowell P. Weicker Jr.,
(R-Conn.) took Ehrlichman
again through the Sept. 3.
1971, burglary of the office of
Dr. Lewis Fielding, Ellsberg's
psychiatrist.
Ehrlichman said the
operation had been undertaken
because the FBI was dragging
its feet on the investigation,
saying he was told that was
because of the friendship of
the late FBI Director J. Edgar
Hoover to Louis Marx,
Ellsberg's father-in-law.
Weicker said Marx had been
interviewed by the FBI in June
and that Fielding had refused
to be interviewed in July and
that Ehrlichman approved a
Covert operation"on Aug. 1 1,
1971.
"Isn't it fair to say ... that
the Aug. 11 memorandum
approving the covert activity ...
was a result of Dr. Fielding's
refusal to provide this
information voluntarily to the
FBI and not as a result of any
shortcoming of the FBI?"
Weicker asked.
Said Ehrlichman: "I assure
you that the decision that was
made in this matter ... was
taken most reluctantly and for
genuine purposes and the
purposes are simply to
supplement t what was
considered to be
Investigation."
Weicker: "Just what did you
expect to do with the
information so obtained ... did
you intend to introduce this in
court?"
Fhrlichman: "The purpose
of this was to correct what was
obviously a very serious
shortcoming, ... because the
confidential documents system
had been compromised."
Weicker: "Did you intend to
introduce it in court?
Ehrlichman: "No sir


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LIBERALS WIN


LONDON (AP)--Britain's
nmiddle-road Liberal Party
captured two Parliamentary
seats Friday in special elections
that turned into a stunning
rebuke to Prime Minister
Edward Heath's Conservative
Party.
The Liberals overturned big
Conservative majorities to win
both fights for IHouse of
Commons seats left vacant by
death.
Clement Freud, 49-year-old
journalist, comedian, lecture
and caterer, won the Isle oft 'ly
district 80 miles north of
London. David Austick,
53-year-old bookseller, won
Ripon in Yorkshire. Both seats
were formerly Conservative
strongholds.
The Labour Party, the main
opposition group, came a poor
third in both contests.
The Liberal win reduced the
Conservatives' overall majority
in the House of Commons to


Conirn unists.
Another 50 of then
represented by Bierman arrived
at West Palm Beach, Florida. in
two rickety sailboats.
Bierman told the board that
immigration authorities sei/ed
on a technicality to avoid
giving the Haitians full-scale
deportation hearings.
He said their cases were
handled in "exclusion"
proceedings because the
Haitians did not actually
penetrate the border.
The narrow scope of such
proceedings, he said, did not
allow a thorough airing of the
political persecution in IHaiti
Given the chance, he said.
the Ilaitians would have been
able to prove "that their claims
of anticipated persecution were
wholly valid."
lHe said the evidence clearly .
indicates that each of these
aliens left his native country
of Ilaiti at personal risk t(i
himself and suffered the
rigors and horrors of a long
ocean voyage in unfit vessels
with inadequate food and
water, for the express purpose
of fleeing the persecution of
their homeland."
The board did not indicate
when it would rule.


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Austick said the Ripon
result was the electoIrate's
answer to "the twists and turn,.
of the politicians" of both
major parties.
But the losing Conservative
hopeful, Dr. Keith Hamnlpson.
who was personal campaigir
manager for Ilealth in the
national elections olf 1970,
blanted Britain's economic
situation n.
"I think swe have to accepl
thliat tihe economic sittlition t ,
the country is causing a grear
deal ot anxiety amllon1gst
people." lie said.
Iamitpson was defending a
Tory margin of 12,000 votes
polled three years ago by Sir
Mlalcolm Stoddart-Scott. wli
died June 15.
FIreud, a grandson of Pdrot
Signiund Freud, often called
the father of psychoanalysis,
upset a margin of 9.006 votes
polled in the 1970 elections by
Sir Richard Legge-Bourke.


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Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Friday, July 27, 1973

I EDITORIAL

Deep hole sewerage theory


By ETIENNE DUPUCHI
THE INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES of the world have become
very conscious of ecology .... something new in hunian
understanding.
These countries have become aware of the fact that the air,
earth, rivers, lakes, canals and ocean are being polluted by the
waste from factories and the carelessness and dirt of the average
human being.
People are now beginning to understand that what is known as
progress can become a mixed blessing ... mostly bad.
Japan. which has made such remarkable strides in industrial
development since the second world war, is said to be the most
polluted place in the world.
I was interested in reading an article in the Sunday, May 13th
edition of The Miami Herald by Mike Toner, Herald Environment
writer, under the double heading: "Move Toward Deep-Hole
Theory Raises Questions" and "Should Sewage Be Dumped
Underground'"
"Pressure to clean tip South Florida's surface waters is forcing
pollution under ground," wrote Toner.
"In the last six weeks, the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency has approved or began leaning towards approval of at
least four major proposals to pump the area's sewage
underground.
"If EPA sticks to its current inclinations, by the mid-1980's
Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties will be forcing an
estimated 150 million gallons of waste a day into half-mile deep
holes in the ground."
This bit of news interested me particularly because about eight
years ago Nigel Jones made a similar proposal to the UBP
Government but it was not acted on.
In addition to giving the Bahamas a Police College at a cost of
nearly $1 million, the British government has undertaken to make
a survey of the sewerage needs of New Pavidence with the
British taxpayer's money.
It will be interesting to see whether a Deep-Hole Sewage
Method will be proposed.
The original sewage disposal plant was designed and installed
by a firm of English engineers. They introduced a novel open-air
method of sewage disposal to the island. It worked perfectly. But
the island has developed beyond the ability of this plant to
absorb the waste.
As a result the waters in Nassau harbour and its environs
including some beaches, have become dangerously polluted.
If the Government doesn't watch this situation carefully the
island may be struck with a typhoid epidemic.
God knows, the colony is labouring under enough problems
now without being faced with the possibility of a serious
epidemic.
There is one thing to be watched in any plan to pump sewage
underground. It must be done as far as possible away from the
fresh water areas that now supply the island with its drinking
water.
In one of my recent articles I said that Communist neighbours
were no longer a bogey man for the American people.
Both in Cuba and Chile, where the first Communist
government was elected, the administration has been such ant
abysmal failure that Communism may have burnt itself out.
A news dispatch from Norfolk, Virginia and published in The
Miami Herald reports that "Cuba's role in guerrilla movements
has decreased to the point that there is little chance now of a
successful Castro-type revolution in Central or South America.
according to the Chief of Colombia's delegation to the
Inter-American Defense Board.
"Colombian Army General Alvaro Valencia Tovar said Cuba
still supplies training to insurgents in Latin American countries,
but the influence of the guerrilla forces is very small.
"Speaking at a news conference following a speech at the
Armed Forces State College here, Valencia said it appeared that
Cuba was backing away from its support of guerrillas because of
problems at home or because of the difficulties in smuggling
supplies to rebels in isolated areas.
"Terrorist activities and kidnapping of government officials by
Cuba-oriented terrorists," he said, "gives an over-all impression
that they (the terrorists) are tremendously powerful, which in a
majority of circumstances, does not keep I lance with reality."
The whole world picture was changed by the bold and timely
decision of President Nixon to visit China and Russia in an effort
to build better understanding between the major Communist
countries and the western democracies.
His mission was successful and Soviet Party leader Leonid I.
Brezhnev has since visited the U.S. with most encouraging results
in high level talks with Mr. Nixon.
For a long time now Russia has found Cuba an expensive
relationship to maintain.
It is just possible that Mr. Nixon may succeed in isolating Cuba
by diplomatic means, thus reducing the possibility of the
Bahamas and Caribbean neighbours becoming a festering spot for
Communist encirclement of the U.S.
Howard Hughes. the mysterious billionaire hermit, is still
making news as he reaches out from his place of hiding to wield
power and create new enterprises with his great wealth.
This man, who was spending a fortune in Nassau while he and
his staff occupied a whole floor of a hotel on Paradise Island ....
but was uriven out by immigration policy .... is now secretly
building an experimental vessel in a shipyard in Chester,
Pennsylvania to use in mining metal on the floor of the ocean.
"If all sails smoothly," a news dispatch out of Philadelphia by
Lee Winfrey, a Knight Newspaper Staff writer, reports, "the
mystery ship may be at work next year scraping such minerals as
titanium, manganese, uranium, copper and nickel up out of the
depths to add to the fortune of the world's wealthiest recluse."
The work is'being carried out in the strictest secrecy and so
photographers and reporters are barred from the shipyard but the


DupuchQ.C.explains Constitution to Rotarians


lION. EUG(;ENE A. P.
DUPUCH, Q.C., legal advisor
to the FNM delegation at last
year's London Independence
Conference, analysed the new
Bahamas Constitution at
Tuesday's luncheon meeting of
the Rotary Club of Nassau at
the Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel
Among points covered wcre


the protection ot human rights
built inti the document and
the deliberately difficult
procedure reLitmed to alter its
essential provisinst,.
lie e.\plaiiiid lwhy the
trainers it ilt ore stitution,
while pro tii'liin Biaham iatis
from diskliiminaoii for race,
creed 01 iit inir. omitted any
proviision preventing


news report states that "photographs taken fio helicopter
disclosed a craft with its decks so crammed within machinery,
including several derricks. that there scarcely seemed room for a
crew to walk about. Virtually the only open spaces arc at tile bow
and at the stern. where there is a helicopter pad.
"The Explorer weighs 35,000 tons, is 61 feet long and 115
feet wide, will cruise at a speed of 1 2 knots and cirr\ 1a crew of
more than 100."
A 400-foot barge is being built at a shipyard in Redwood City,
California to work with the Ex'plorer.
Hlughes has had several brushes with the Bahamas.:
It started when lie was a young man. Hlie made A. romantic flight
to the Bahamas with a famous debutante of that year. I knew his
secret at the time. lie came to see me at my office and I told him
that I would not reveal the hide-out of him and his girl friend
unless the newspapers I represented in the U.S.. Canada or
England discovered that lie was int the Bahamas and cabled to ask
me whether this was true.
Several times after that he came secretl\ to the Bahamas and it
was believed lie was interested in making substantial investments
in the islands. But the last time, when it appeared that he had
established a permanent residence at Paradise Island and might
become seriously interested in doing something substantial in the I
islands, Immigration's blundering stupidity caused himi to leave
precipitously.
But he still has one link with the Biihamas. Ile sub-leased Cay
Sal from Sir Roland Symonette and former Govenor llthe Lail of
Ranfurly some time ago. But the Government is now disputing
his possession of the Cay. Ownership must now be settled by the
Court.
I talked with one of Hlughies agents in Miami llite other di\. I
asked him what Mr. Hughes wants to do with Cay Sal.
"I don't know," he said. "Probably nothing, but lie doesn't
like the idea of being pushed out o)t something lie believes lie
owns.
One bit of news that might interest Bahamianii readers.
The Duchess of Windsor, who spent the second wold war
ears in the Bahamas where her husba.1d, the Duke. was the
Governor, has recovered completely 1tomi her operation in
January for a broken hip and plans to go to ilie south of France
for a vacation, friends in Paris reported.
The news report stated that the lDuchess. who suffered tilhe
fracture in a fall at her home in Paris. "is up and around. She still
has her ups and downs but is pretty well now," a friend said.
A spokesman at her home said that the I )Duchess has decided to
continue living in the mansion in the hlis de Boulogne in the
west of Paris, where she and the Duke ,t Vnilndsot lived ti,,,ether
until his death last June.
And finally, an Associated Press dispatch fiomn Kampala.
Uganda.
The report states that the thiee-\ear wt oik peCrm ts tI'l 121)
U.S., British, Italian, Dutch and Canaidia:m missionaries are about
to run out and President Idi Amin seems to be tersistint in ihis
expressed desire to turn the churches al Jne \ilh eIveIxcihng else
inl Uganda over to t;gaindans.
If they are forced to leave they .. ,i bhe allowed to take out of
the country only the equivalent in Ltguindan ptuinds of 4140.
Some of the.c missionaries have given A lifetime of sciviciCe to
Uganda.
Of the 10 million people in the nii:,l:, c'Ihi niullim i are
Christians, another million Moslems and thlie test piac.s tribal
religions.
Amin is a Moslem.
Mamn of the Asians Amin ousted last \ycar were Moslems. I he\
left behind mosques of the Bora aind Sunni sects as well as those
of the Aga Khan Ismailis. all of which ere taken over bi the
Amin-created Mosleml Supremle Council.
It is not believed thliat Amin is necessarily anti-Christian. lie is
simply anti-white., lie wants to purge 'Uganda of ain trace ot
Euro ,anisni. And then the country\ will probably lapse back into
tribal savagery.
**** * **
A manli who has lived in Uganl:da told a member of om\ stall
that, before Amin took over the counti\i, Uganda v.'as a line
place to live than the Bahanmas at its best.
Unfortunately there is a streak of Aminismn in some of the
practices of tie PLP Government in Nissauti. This is reflected in
their immigration policy by which incy are forcing people who
had grown to think of the Bahamas as home, out of thie cotiuntr
These people are selling their houses and businesses at sacrifice
prices. And certainly the shabby treatment given the Miami
specialists, who served the children of the Bahamas for nearly 20
years through the work of the original Crippled Children'i
('onmnittee, is on a par with the ingratitude (Christian missionaries
in Uganda might now experience from the hands of General
Amin.
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THOUGHTS FOR TODI)AY
Earth with her thousand voices praises God.


COLERIDGE


We muist not blame God for the 1!\, f1.1i man made him. lie is
the resurrection, thle reincarnation of our own dirt and
carelessness.
WOODS iiHUTCIIINSON, M.D


discrimination on Lrounds of
sex.
liHe also said that while the
Government's action in
abrogating the Ilawkshill Creek
Agreement was roundly
condemned in many quarters,
it was in fact completely legal
and "quite constitutional".
BlHISTORY TO l


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By The Associated Press
'oiT)AY IS FRIDAY, July 27,
the 2081h idaiy of 1973.
I ;iGH IGHTS in history on this
date:
1971 Sudanese government
announces that leader of Sudanese
'Commnunist I'art v has been
sentenced to death for his part in
attempt to overthrow government.
1964 Disturbances break out
in Northern Rhodesia; Winston
Churchill makes final appearance in
British House of Commons.
1954 Britain and Egypt agree
on terms ending 72 years of British
control of tSuez Canal.
1953 Korean armistice is
signed at l'uimunjonm.
1941 Japanese forces land in
Indochina.
1935 -- Anti-Catholic riots break
out in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
1933 Saudi Arabia and
Traiisjordan sign treaty of
friendship; Assyrian christians are
massacred in Iraq:
1927 Belgium and Portugal
niake territorial adjustments in the
Congo.
1922 United Stales formally
recognizes countries of Albania,
L.ithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
1915 Revolution breaks out in
lHaiti.
1909 Orville Wright sets a
rUcord l by staging loftt in an
.iirplme for miore than 72 minutes
oer I ort Myer, Virginia.
1894 Regent of' Korea declares
wa.r on ('hina. __


Musician & entertainers union win

agreement from hotels after 20 years


AFTER NEGOTIATING for
20 years, the Bahamas
Musicians and Entertainers
Union and the Bahamas Hotel
Employers' Association finally
reached an agreement, which
was signed on Wednesday hN
Duke Hlanna, BMEU president.
The signing of a recognition
agreement by the BHEA.
extended ovet the presidencies
of Charles H. Fisher and
George Moxey, who was also
present tor the signing


A BM\11 U spokesman said the
'iiecting on Wednesday was
focused on the terms and
traditions included in the FIair
Lahour Standards Act, the
Minimum Wage Act and the
Industrial Relations Act. all of
which became relevant in
1970.
Incorporated in the
agreement were provisions
relating to increased pay,
regulated working hours,
vacation with pa\ and Ih tier


working conditions
it was stressed that these
agreements would include the
entertainers as well as the
musicians who will benefit
from the all-round
improvement in working
conditions.
The spokesman also said
that vacation with pay, which
ranged between one and three
weeks, was also included in the
new agreement.


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the Atlanti i A oI New
York can blr., t our cargo ,
fully c()ntainej ;'cd in t ur
short days % lo nf i 'V \ iNrk ti-
Nassau.
F'or the gencrirl rteri'de, iho
is as ha/\ ajoiit conl
tainern ation as I \as.


allace Whitfield
and wholesalers in the Bahamas
b IUnliltd Shlipping ( ominpaltN a
company.
iiio i l ie iiitcr.-.s d n the
prtiirnt Ce\planaII l I lt 1 ]vC1 to
mnc bhI \ Bcrit Malomie
pri'sldcnit of 'tnitrdc Shipp 1inr ,
( ,npani lir Heirl, Ke\.
ice-pri sulcirl a.lrd mriiaraer and
\ss Dl)iaine \lbti: issisiantit
i inaager
I'ulli\ tcon tal 'l I/n C l i are


itself on customer service
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has ionl just ecen introduced
in \c% York I lie importers'
goodsn ( e sp red" or stuffed
at the shipper'' warehouse and
t iroI: lc c : re ain intact
until I i\ Sir'd toi t1he
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on these major accomplish-
ien its The consignees are
gi,'en every little service. The
charimiingi girls on the desk of
i !ted Shipping C(ompany.
.iiJi is situated in the
ICtiim iont Arcade at the
hliioiur end, pride themselves
illr 'ing their customers atnd
p 'I'I'lICal customers prompt
c, l et ticient ser ice. 1 lihe
nsiigees are notified b\
phiiu and letters of the arrival
"J hips and their cargo.
In tie northbound voyages
,ilfte ships of the Atlantic
I ne, B Lahamian importers ca
mrir iLI rum, lliiiimber anld ()otlLrl
,.' )d, from Trinidad and
I i nlced Shipping (Crmpanyt iis
A(|I rthe agent I ()i the
Independent (;ulf line lose
I rc ighl ships ply het scc
I ul, pe u1d Nassau r.rl tihe
(ti!ill s \e\sico and N.iss.tr tire
I;!! and Carhibcian lcre
set .\ e (ii J I. I ,, S 11' 1 r d
\nas.ii arind uilt StlitPrih g
I IIrrietd.l a Bahamian ruined
,slippihg line Between Nasrusa
anld ia\llil .
I e (,tilt line ships are
mir i/ %d sy Bahamian e\porters
oist l Bacardi although
,,,,a sionally a Bahainlian liii li
,hip Inis automobile to Miami
I ir pri rs and emptiitV bliriols
1111, hie shipped thack to
united d Shipping ('oiopans is
also the agent for the Japanese
\Mlsit, (. S.K. line which bring
1i the economic Toyota cars
A U!!oullt twice a year at the rate
oa about one hundred and fit'ty
each time. This line of ships is
strictly a car ferry.
United Shipping Comlpany
liso sell the most fabulous one
alln wo-week cruises ( as
0.oImpared with othcr
,,impanies in the Bahamas
hrrlich onl\ deal in three and
iour da\ cruises). I hex are the
agents for two passenger lines
the Norwegian Caribbean
iine (the m s Southward.
Starward and Skyward) and
the Rmoal Caribbean line (the
Song of Norway. Nordic Prince
and Sun Viking). These are
all modern cruise ships offering
the ultimate in luxury.
enrtl-tailrment arid service
er tllring is i included in ithe
price entertainment.
sullrptuio ,s alld freiu etsl li
rgotltirict n'eals for rnot Ii ch
more than l ll just sta ting l it ho)iiCs
would :,cost
['hI t iouriteen dal\ cruise
costs lroim s4)5 per person
and the secen-day i roni s25()


with children at half price. And
you don't have to go to Miami
to start the cruise. You can get
on and get off right here in
Nassau.
L'nited Shipping Company
appears to be all things to all
people providing unrivaled
service in freiihl and cruises.


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other hippini;ig 'irm and their
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My husband is a doctor, but he is too busy to take care
of his own family. I've begged him to spend a little time
with our son so they can build a good father-son relation-
ship, but he's too busy. If it's not his patients, it's hospital
meetings, medical conventions or the American Medical
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I have complained of feeling nervous and tired for over
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they tell me how "lucky" I am to be married to such a
wonderful, sympathetic. ir'- "i', man'
I have considered calling his office and scheduling an
appointment with him under an assumed name just so I
can talk to him for half an hour. Better yet, print this, it
might help.
He reads "Dear Abby" every day, but he never has
time for me. THE DOCTOR'S WIFE
DEAR WIFE: I hope your husband has time for ME
today, or we're both out of luck.
DEAR ABBY: After our child started pre-kindergarten,
his teacher said Dickie was a terrible discipline problem-
he ignored her when she spoke to him, talked while the
other children were talking, and she even suspected him
of being retarded, or emotionally disturbed.
We took Dickie to a pediatrician who recommended
that we have his hearing tested. And would you believe this
child had a serious hearing problem' We never knew it
until then.
We have now learned that the earlier parents are
aware of a child's hearing loss, the better his chances are
of responding to treatment, and-or learning to cope with his
disability.
Abby, please let other parents know of our experience.
I am sorry we didn't find out sooner. DICKIE'S MOTHER
DEAR Mll ER. I'm glad you wrote. Hearing loss is
THE most common physical disability in the United States.
For a free booklet, write to Ill. \RINt. ALERT, WASHING-
TON, I). C. 20007; it alerts parents to the possibility of a
hearing loss in young children, and offers guidelines includ-
ing what to look for. what to expect, and where to -o for
help.
DEAR ABBY: Your column about those rude people
who sit in a restaurant, reading while others are waiting
for a table was mailed to me-anonymously.
Yes, I read in restaurants while dining alone. What else
is there to do while I wait to order" Or wait to be served?
Or wait for my check?
I suppose I could ogle the .'her diners, but that's rude.
Or I could watch the waitr. -,s But that's rude, too. The
other alternative is to stare into empty space, which is a
waste of time. So I read But I never tie up a table any
longer than is necessary. I think anonymous letters are
cowardly, so Im signing my name LIKES TO READ
DEAR LIKES: I agree, anonymous letters ARE cow-
ardly, but there are obviously cowards aplenty because
many others wrote to say they had also received that
column in the mail, anonymously. Now. all you lone reader-
diners will have the last word for dessert. And as long as
you don't tie up a table while others are waiting, bon
appetite!


HIG & R


Friday, July 27, 1973


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OBEAH MAN SINGS FOR


SCHOLARSHIP
B \IAM\\1 \\ singing s,.r and
SomnpOser lIo:,y MlcKay.
oftiC'iVe know n as The Oheah
lin. "ill pciftorin a special
hncitli sh'ti tonight inl aid U0
th' \,i K'! ,I and Jones
scholair,,l hip tnd.
I li'e c \ nt. which will
t i'I t tuI c I il v B haimilan
F'l I .'! i:, 1''10 .i'd i his b I' il t o!
Sl l l i halt hoiu l.F \i il
be M'liagid ,! tlilt' (lover.nillnn'll
Iligh S ,l ,\Aiditoriumi
teii IFii!]!i ,1' 1 p in .
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\lcKen/].' ,td Bohh\ .l ,',
or.ntlrs t' c vint jind
henc fi.iaicaries it the lund, itI.
lihopei d thliti proceeds will gO li1
in helping thcin raise thei' [tl,''
'silt ii 'F 1 0,000 set b
thiensl',l'I s !o Ime t !,ieIfIh an_
requiiircn''.i-pt ;at colleges abroad
tor the i\t two acadren l
S .l Ir. (. )df're recenill
comFiplcted its first year a
13Blmiont Ahhey College. \North
Carolini. and Bobby hopes toI
li\t e in Sep'em her for hii. ;,r,


Arrived today: Mardi Gras.
SkE ward fromi St. Thomas
Sailed today: Mardi Gras,
Sk ward for Miami
A I r i i, i in g t o rro t.
Freeport I1. Bahama Star,
Smnerald Seas. Flavia. Andros
Venture from Miami.
Sailing tomorrow: Freeport
tor I'recport
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Jury fail to reach a verdict in dangerous driving death case


A SUPREME COURT jur)
Wednesday failed to reach a
verdict in the trial of Bethell
Acres clerk Barry North, 19,
charged with dangerous driving
resulting in the death of
10-year-old Terry Kemp on
June 21, last year, at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.


The jury deliberated into the
early evening following a
sullmmation of (lie case by
Puisne Judge, Mr. Justice
Samnuil ( ;rahuam.
Represented by attorney J.
lienr i Bostwick, North
pleaded not guilty to the
charge.
Accused of driving at a


speed and in a manner
dangerous to the public and
thereby causing the death ot
the boy, North denied he had
been speeding.
In his evidence, he said he
saw the hoy standing near the
side of the road with another
boy. They were behind the cars
that were marked at his right.


He said the boy rushed onto
the road as he approached. He
was unable to avoid the
accident. He said the other
boy, who was standing near the
deceased had tried to pull him
back, but he kept on running
toward the playing field where
a baseball game was in
progress.


Mr. Levi Gibson. foreman of
the jury told the court that
efforts to break the deadlock
had proven futile. He said that
jurors had balloted twice
without any change in the
verdict.
Mr. Justice Graham
discharged North who is
expected to have his case
retired.
Highbury Park resident
Alexander Gibson on Tuesday
told the court he had seen
North "driving around the
sports centre at a fast rate of
speed."
He said he witnessed the
accident from the bleaches
where he was sitting for a
baseball game that was being
played.
He said he heard when
brakes were being applied and
looked in the western
direction.
"I saw the child going up
through the air and I saw a car.
The child was hit by the car
that I heard the brakes from."
He said the car was lime green
in colour and had been driving
in a fast manner around the
sports centre.
OVER 50 MPH
When he first saw the car, he
said it was making over 50
m.p.h. He said there were cars
in the area of the accident as
well a people who were going
to and from the game.
"No car race was being held
at the sports centre that day."
he told the court in answer to a
question from Crown Counsel
Fred Waterman.
Earlier, Mr. Philip
Cartwright, an I.B.M.
employee, testified that he had
taken the boy along with
Cearan Burnside, George
Fischer, and another whom he
identified only as Karen to the
sports centre.
They were returning from
his lot, he said.
He told the court he took
them with him to the sports
centre after he had picked the
game up on his radio. He was
only going to see who was
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Sets 6.59 p.m.
MOON
Rises 3.03 a.m.
Sets 5.11 p.m.


playing when theaccident took
place, he said.
Cartwright said he parked
his car at th-e north of the
playing field and was crossing
the street wh-Len he heard the
sound of break es.
When he looked around, he
saw two person ns running across
the street to\piiards the playing
field. "One w .as struck forward
into the air by a lime green
Pontiac car," hesaid.
When he rushed to the
sce-ne. he ni.ticed that North
was the dri- er and that the
person inju 3red was young
Kemp. lie sa id he did not see
the car bef -ore the accident
took place.
He told tlie court that the
street had be en clear and there
were no cars unit at that time.
All the cars around the area
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GERMAN TOURIST ENJOYS NASSAU Miss Irma
Bothmer, with the Embassy of the Federal Republic of West
Germany in Warsaw, Poland, chats with George Myers, vice
president & general manager of the Nassau Beach Hotel, during a
two-week vacation at the hotel. Miss Bothmer, who speaks fluent
Polish, Russian, English and French, said she is thoroughly
enjoying her holiday and found a wonderful sense of freedom
here in Nassau after the atmosphere of Poland. She is already
making plans for a return visit so that a tour of the Family Islands
can be arranged.


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else Without hesitation. West
bids 2 Diamonds With even
Iles hesitation. North doubles
aiai Ia Fast passes, and sot do
West no\w hids 3 Clubs.
I hIs time. North takes a
!i tie longer to double, but
Iltible lie does. Fast looks
signedd and passes. You also
t.is l though none too happily% .
I't West has not finished, lhe
no\\ bids 3 lHearts. North
p ises his lips. frowns, then
1, tuhl.es Il ,at et again passes
i i ,re \ wondering what is
"l' t i on What is \our lne t bid
t, i s st rn ei' si'tlenc ''
S W N
I I) I N I dble
t."" p.iss 2' I) dble
pass 3 ( dble
pass 3 II ible

I ihtIIIIIlen lIent iln lhe floIund
,it :1n end otl this oltu n.
\ow ,) or ,situation No. 2.
\-,nn \l o are pla\ingp Rubber
idtnlce. and l our partner this
li !ie is sli ,hared several rubbers
M 1 h )oi. altholigh \ )nT
v\ a'.'n't acqtalitcd with ill/
bclo ) YoIll hiC folnt1d hl11 to
Ih J Crl iitlnpiusive bidder, iili
|iliit wilii the slo\\ i approach
uit t in Ih s attitude to I nial
il lin.tis lie st, ttlit, systetti
ti i e bi d tid, coil\ cl tion l
iitks and galdgets toi ever\
k Clu e\C-pt Blackwood. lis
nito sceIs tto I "I bid what
I hink I'm golim to make," In
tilic'r 5oid,,. \ito arc biack Ili
l I). Dark A\ges. pIla\, ing whlal
h)' to be calle'l "natural"
Ip rit Irom ilh,it silingulal
* i ril.t In is iiidglmenll is notl
ill that bid I ist ,iand West ont
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No.1 Bay Street



TONIGHT

i t. L1 I l lll-B;ia nliatitn rv i us
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hih' ( '(itLnts own rhi\ mi ,.
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mistake to make the correct
opening bid of I Club because
partner's almost certain
response in Spades would give
you severe rebid problems.
However, since you also dislike
distortions in your bidding.
you decide to bid an honest I
Club. Partner snaps his cards
together and bids a brisk 3 No
Frumps. There is no opposition
bidding.
What now' If you pass, he'll
get the inevitable Spade lead.
and unless his Spades are as
good as A.K.J, he is going to be
in trouble from the start, and
it s your money he's playing
wilth Bearing in mind the
nature of the beast, what is the
most practical bid you can
make at this point?
Now back to the first hand.
The complete deal was:
A J 7 4
Q6
K Q 104
Q3


A .I 9 8 7 5

K 9 7 6 5 4
K Q 10 2
K 3
A J ) 7 5


9 8 0i5
104 2
8632
A J


108
You can see that it \ oil left
Ntrth's double of 3 Hearts in,
\iou would lose the game and
Irub er and iuch of your hair.
\t'st. though lihe doesn't know
it. a l make 5 Hearts, let alone
3 Your partner's prompt
dI ile of West's Diamond bid
oliilt to alert you to the fact
tliat you have a Dialiond
contract. Bid 4 )lniamond,, It
\\cst bids 4 Hearts, bid 4
Spadcs on the wa\ to 5
I)int londs As it happens.
parnecr will pass 4 Spades, and
the cunning West. seeking to
m ;. aI Diamond ruffl, will
ilic' likely\ underleiad his Ace
I Ilearts to get I asl in. You'll
t a,,' thle trick, draw thle
tmullps, rtin tile Dianlonds, and
"o home happy.


The full lay-out ot the
second deal was as follows:
Q6 2
K 108
A J 9 7
AK 9 6
K96


A 107 4
7652
643
A 10


none
AQJ 4
KQ 10 2
Q8 753


KJ 9853
93
85
J 4 2


As you can see, 3NT is an
unmitigated disaster, so you
were right not to want to pass
it. How to find your way to
something safer? Make the
only conventional bid he won't
pass (Blackwood 4 NT) but
then pass over whatever he
replies! As it turns out. hte says
51): you pass, he makes his
contract, you congratulate
him and again you go home
happy!



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You and your family deserve the rewards of
being financially independent. Real estate, of
course, is one of the surest and most secure
methods of achieving financial independence,
and you can begin by purchasing your own
holiday villa site in this superb resort colony by
the sea in Nicholls Town, North Andros.

You can arrange a complimentary excursion to
North Andros for the purpose of inspecting this
seaside resort colony. Simply call us, or come in
the office today.



Andros Beach

Colony


* Telephone service
available to each villa
site.
* Electricity and unlimited
fresh water available to
each villa site.
* Hard surfaced roads
throughout Andros
Beach Colony, already
completed.


* Magnificent white sand
beach for Colony owners.
* 31 holiday villas ahead
constructed and in use.
* Superb investment and
perfect holiday retreat
* 2 round trip flights
regularly scheduled
daily, from Nassau.


14 acre site from $5,895 down payment only $195.


Berkley Ferguson Real Estate
BERWIN HOUSE,EFREDERICK STREET
PHONE 2-4913, 2-1238


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CLASSIFIED


REAL ESTATE
C10354
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
bedrooms, 212 baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
car garage and utility room 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.
C10597
FOR SALE
WOODLAND OFF
VILLAGE ROAD
A very attractive 2 bedroom 1
bath house, completely
furnished with garage and
laundry, three way water
systems on lot 100' x 80' with
extra lot 100' x 82',
beautifully landscaped with
fruit trees and vegetable
gardens. Both lots completely
walled in. Phone 31310 will
consider offers.

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.

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

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.
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 centre, Drive-in
Theatre, School, or
Commercial Venture. Build
with our New Nation Price
upon inquiry.
HIGHLAND PARK three
bedrooms 2 baths plus large
family room, furnished, with
one of the largest lots at
Highlaand. Size. 100 by 178
Only $48,000.00 Immediate
possession.
DIAL DAMIANOS, 22033,
22305, 22307, Nite 41197.


V V


REAL ESTATE
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.
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
bedroom, plus ground floor
pool room plus complete one
bedroom 1 bath living quarters.
Suitable large family. Fully
carpeted, Tastefully and
expensively decorated,
without a doubt, one of the
best offerings. If you like
high-class living in a high class
area with high class house, ring
us to view. Above
$300,000.00. No curiosity
seekers please. DIAL
DAMIANOS, 22033, 22305,
evenings: 41197.

C10712
t YOUR BEST BUY
FIRST time on market out
east. Four apartments earnings
$11,280 per annum. Large
main residence with rental
value of $9,600 per annum. All
units fully furnished with large
grounds and beautifully
landscaped. Priced for quick
sale. For details call Chester
Thompson Real Estate 24777,
24778


C10633
I Lot 80
Gardens
31447.


x 120, Glenniston
II, $7,500. Call


FOR RENT
C10437
Two bedroom partly fuinisheo,
apartment, Fastern End ot
Lancaster Street, Shiilea,
Inquire apt. next door.
C 10343
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Montrose Avenue. Ba:,.
furniture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.

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


FOR RENT
C1034(6
4G00 sq. ft. warehouse
uff i(.e spaLe, available
i mediately. Mo u ntrose
Avenue. Tu view, telephone
2-1722-3.
C 10607
HARBOUR MEWS 2 bed, 2
bath, pool, ocean. Rernt
unfurnished $375 pei
month/Partly furnished $400.
To sell $45,000.00. Firm. Call
34286.

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.

C10524
TWO 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS consisting of
living dining room, kitchen and
bathroom, basically furnished
- Twynam Avenue. Phone
5-8185
C10442
4 BEDROOMS 2 BATH;
unfurnished house,
airconditioned, double car
garage, telephone Stapledon
Gardens. Telephone 34815.

C10288
LITTLE ORCHAR.-_
COTTAGES and apartments t-
rent daily, weekly or
monthly. Air conditioned --
fully furnished maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
swimming pool. Village. Road.
Call 31297 or 31093.
C10345
One efficiency apartment, anra
one 2 bedroom apartment.
Ring 5-8679 Mr. Pritchard.

C10356
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
airconditioninq, swimming
pool, short or long term. $375
per month. Contact 2-1841
days.
C10364
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE 2-4777-8.
C10349
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C10707
ONE LARGE 3 bedroom
apartment unfurnished,
overlooking East Street, near
town. Phone 51569.

FOR SALE
C10670
! Machine $75.00.
Queen Size Bed $125.00
Phone 32641 10 a.m 2 p.m.
daily.
C10590
ONE GENERAL ELECTRIC
4-burner Range with large over
and storage diawer $250.00;
any reasonable offer
acceptable. Tel. 2-4329.
C 10699
1 -- N C.R. Cash Register 4
Total $700.00
1 N.C.R. Cash Register 9
Total $1100.00
1 ANKER Cash Register
$600.00

DESKS $50.00
Can be seen at Merchandise
Suppliers Ltd. warehouse
Shirlea, Telephone 23982.


Libbey Glassware
J.G. Durand French Crystal
StangI Stoneware
Cleaning Equipment and
Spartan Products


Elegance at

Reasonable Prices.


ADS


FOR SALE
C10714
1971 YAMAHA TRAIL 175
cc. $500 Phone 32247 after 6
p.m.
C10708
HONDA TRAIL 90cc $195.
Drive East from Soldier Road
on Prince Charles. Turn right
(south) on Yellowsilk Lane.
Follow sale signs.
C10698
8 PLACE SETTINGS Fine
English Bone China Royal
Doulton Royal Gold 58
pieces Original cost $576.00
TO SELL AT $340 00.
1 MINOLTA- 16
Complete Kit for $40.00
Telephone Mr. Brown 28661,
52056.

CARS FOR SALE
C10570
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
iq70 LTD.
automatic Green $1693
1971 VIVA 2 dr.
automatic Green $1695
iqOc VICTOR 2000
S/W Automatic $600
1'67 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Automatic, White $950
1973 MORRIS MINI
Automatic $1895
1968 PONTIAC STRATO
CHIEF Yellow $1400
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER
4 dr. Automatic, white $995
1968 JAVELIN
A/C $1200
1967 TRI UMPH
1300 Red. Std. $800
1973 VICTOR S/W F.E.
Auto. Blue 856 miles $4400
1970 RAMBLER SST
4 Dr. Auto. Blue $2100
1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU
S.S. Auto. A/C $2700
1964 CHRYSLER $800
1968 HILLMAN S/WGN
Green Auto. $1100
1971 FORD CAPRI
AUTO Blue $1950
1966 MORRIS 1100,
4 Dr. $500
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite Ice Plant
Phone 34636-7-8
C10666
1971 PINTO, Automatic,
radio, AC. 15,000 miles.
Excellent condition. Owner
leaving island. Phone 42621 -
day 52471 night.

C10701
AT MOTOR CENTRE
WE HAVE
THE USED CAR
FOR YOU
1970 V/WAGON BUG
Rolls Royce hood
simulated spare wheel
trunk in very good condition
at ONLY $1,600.00
1970 HILLMAN MINX
radio W/W tyres O.N.O.
new paint work for
ONLY $2,500.00
1970 TOYOTA CROWl'
O.N.O. New paint work Radio
A/C P/S P/B ice box W/W tyres
in very good condition at
ONLY $2,500.00
1970 HILLMAN MINX Radio
W/W Tyres O.N ,.ew paint
work for ONLY $1,300.00
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
SL O.N.O. in perfect condition
at ONLY $2,000.00
1970 V/WAGON 1300 BUG
with tape at ONLY $1,300.00
1969 CHEVY MALIBU A/C
Radio W/W tyres P/S P/B at
ONLY $900.00
MECHANIC SPECIAL 1966
MUSTANG AT ONLY
$300.00
MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
THOMPSON BLVD.,
QPP. DAVIS ST.,
P. O. BOX N-3741,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
PHONE 5-6739


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Keeping the Bahamas
Beautiful.
Tel. 51071-2-3-4 P.O. Box N1070
Nassau, Bahamas


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Sat., July 28, 1973
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*Music *Favours *Demonstrations

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CARS FOR SALE


II


C 1064b
1969 AUTOMATIC
CHEVROLET IMPALA air
conditioned power steering,
windows. Ring 5-1928.



C10350
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxuuriu.>
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371

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

ART SUPPLIES

C 10669
COMPLETE tarTge of aritst '
supplies. Oils, acrylics, canvas
easels, etc. Bahamian Paint
Supply Ltd., Bay St. Phone
2-2386. 2 2898.


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MEMORIAL


C'
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In loving memory of our deai
mother Miss Katherirm
Ferguson who departed this
life July 23, 1972.
We shall meet where no storm'
clouds gather,
We shall meet some day by the
river of life,
Sparkling cool and clear.
We shall meet some day.
Left to mourn one daughter
Lillis, two sons, Sidney &
Carlton. 8 Grandchildren, 2
Greatgrand, 1 brother Rev.
Leroy Roker, 1 sister, Nettiloe.
and many other relatives and
friends.
10705
In sad but loving memory of
my dear children, Thomias
Dudley and Derek Fergusor,
who departed this life July 24.
1957.
Tender shepherd never lea.'r
them
From they fold to go astray
By thy look of love directed
May they walk the narrow way
Then direct them and niroti-t'
them
Lest they fall arid easy press

Left to mourn: Mother. Oi
Davis, 3 brothers, one sit".r
May they rest in peace.

C 10690


I
In loving memory u v der
son and brother, Jar. -, "PJ)Pa"
Edgecombe, who. d( ;,.' tfi u-,
life July 27th, 1972
Sleep on and take, ;.-.,.
We'll meet you rl thi r :';i ';,"'
By the bright river ide
When all sorrows nI.e i r,'t. ,j
away
We'll be standing a tihe ,, :
When the gates ope: wxc,
At the close of i
dreary day.
Gone but not ci tf '
Left to mourn. it' hcr /
Sisters, 4 Brother, : A ,
and a host of 'v .
friends.

SCHOOLS
C10552
NASSAU CHRi!S TI AN
ACADEMY Office opera' dia.
from 10 a.m. to 2 -m fCo
registration and culle, ii r' "f
fees.
A few opening, tll
available! Pay 'w .
guarantee your e;at ,
September. Phone i 2f
C10554
ENROLL NOW dt the Njs.r,
Academy of Buisines, in the
following classes.
Typing with spellings
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Maths
Filing
French
German
Spanish
Common Entianc- Pr, paj,,tin
Dictaphone Typist
Call the Nassay Academy of
Business today and join any of
the above classes. Phone 24993
(Located at Shirley Stre-t
Opposite Collins Avenue.


NOTICE


C 106d4


C 10604
NO PROI'l RtV at Gind,
B a h a m a" >vi. 1 h ;c Id
M ilt, n N !: ,'. ii ,. It;
without 1 ai. rtv.
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NURSING COUNCIL
COM 01` M ON WE A L -I H OF
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applied fjr tiii .'!iit r (il iii
befh-e June 2 1297 /2, ran
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is no ,. ii No 9
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NEW TELF PHOfNE NUMBER
24762, BOX> N803, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS

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buLiIlirgs and equipment in
Cermenlt plant.
FI.TRLSFED APPLICANT
.) 01 /\TAC T: PersonnelI
p Jpi tmrnet, Bahama Cement
C nmpa'y. P 0. Box F 100,
,r lioruit, Giand Bahtama.
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IBM DATA CENTRE
SERVICES
lias immediate position
available in Nassau
SYSTEMS ANALYST
Successful applicants will be
thoroughly familiar with
systems design and
implementation of varied
( omminercially oriented
,aI)li( jltons.
EXPERIENCE
Praution requires a mirrnmumr of
fivi years in programming and
Systems/Analyst work. Must
hx able to manage people. IBM
OFFERS IlHospitalization and
ii'iiirance programmee,, paid
i. tltonur, attl active star ting
' .lar and excellent
,nlviancen ent opportunities.
Int rested applicants should
iall Mr. McFadden at 32351/4
for personal interview


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C 10593
GARDENER/SLEEP- IN-
HOUSFMAN. References
required and also police record.
Apply Tel 24891.
C6098
JOB TITLE: STRUCTURAl
STEEL ERECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education.
Qualified in steel construction
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5 10 vears
L)U fIES RE SPONSIBILITIES:
Woi k 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,
f-reeport, Grand Bahama.
C 10594
CAR DEALERSHIP in
Fr report requires an
Accountant/General Manaaer.
Applicants for this position
must bhe capable of the day to
iX'v ru[mning of a Franchise Car
i"elh. i ship including service,
iptIs t inid sales departments,
Salary to be negotiated. Please
apple .rily in own handwriting
st tin l previous experience and
.,i lh.ii two references to P
0. H-ix N-3006, Nassau,
f ni i:a W .
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Mf l.ANICAL ENGINEER
/ P\-[)tp rit must eCith lr have a
h liu of Science dcegiee in
'ethcir'n ral Engineeri g or be
,!ii) 1 1 l',1 vea: ): study for
,ii ,1 _)it'quival.rint.
i"b will co siS't of the
.,[pln.iiiiti eventually assumingi
onipmlotre responsibility f)i the
lii ilnt nt'iri e arid correct
)intftioing of all mechanical
.i oI ii ocess equipment
.tr. in the Plant and
which i..y arrive in the future.
Ple.,. iiall 3-6211 between 9
j il i .i.m. after July 23rd
(f !,.f it, r July 27th.
i0 /8
I ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
,\pp llt(cant must either have a
['.cheloi of Science degree r'i
lc tiii al Engineering or be in
hls last year of study for same
,i equivalent. Job will consist
cf the applicant eventually
r' m i ng compile te
i ( Ibipo s i bil i y for the
iilinteriallic arid correct
functioning of all electrical
,.id pneuimatic equipment
ol,-siltly in the Plant and
itIyh liv arrive in the future.
(',i, rall 3 6,211 between 9
. I r a.m. after July 23rd
and before July 27th.
6 ir)7i
FIR TITLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM CDUCA I1 lOt
S nod basic education
duciiation. Good Cement Plant
mechanical background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
b- 10 years
DUTIES RESPONSIBILITIESES:
Insper ts, repans. replaces,
istiliis, adjusts and maintains
ill rnPchairmcal eqiqiprnent in a
* t Irit nrm tiufacturing plant.

Ir -rL tI-S lTD APPLICANT
',_ 0N TACT Personniel
iopirtmernt, Bahama Cement
i: piani .+ P O0. Box F-100,
I -'port, Grad 3ahamna.

(10/13
IMPORTANT NOTICE
MAJOR retail firm requires
e erri.l mInrage who must
livt had at least 5 years
Sev ious manager ia l
.'perience, exceptionally good
xalaiy and fringe benefits to
suitably qualified applicant.
Onl, persons of Bahamian
status need apply. All
aippilcationrs will be dealt with
ii stiiitest confidence. Send
irrume to: Adv. No. C10713
c/i The Tribune, P.O. Box
N 207, Nassau, RBaharaas.

JOB TI TLF ERE(LTION
SUPER RINTENDENT
MINIMUM ELUCA FION:
Good basic eduiationr Must be
abLie to read blueprints
i.INIM.UM EXPERIENCE.
5 10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILl ITIES-
Supervise the construction and
motionn of motdif fications to


Must be expe lenced
Willing to wotk a six day pci
week from Nov until May
Able to com pose own
coii espondence and work with
a minir um of supervision.
Must be Bahamian
Apply in own handwriting to:
Thb General Manager,
Lyford Cay Club,
P. 0. Box N7776
NASSAU, Bahamas.
C 10700
CUSTOM DESIGN
to your specifications at
ECONOMY PRICES
A-VALIER """I
I CONSTRUCTION
LPhone: 3-5171, 3-6011J
D. A. HUDSON
LSI MVARCO-PEIDEN
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CECIL'S FRIENDLY
GIFT SHOP
Meadow St. & Blue
Hill Rd.
Gifts for Parties
& Weddings
FIGURINES
GLASS SETS
CHINA SETS
SILVER SETS
RUGS, etc.
Open 3 p.m. 8:30 p.m.


Cb096
JOB TITLE: MOBILE
EQUIPMENT REPAIRMAN
LEADER
Mi"N'MUM EDUCATION:
Good ba-ic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Directs and plans work of
workmen as required to
inspect, test, adjust, dismantle
and replace unit assemblies or
parts and make complete
repairs to gasoline or diesel
powered equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
-reeport, Grand Bahama.
C 10647
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.
C10703
WANTED: Resident Night
Auditor 6 to 8 years
experience for a large resort
hotel. Apply: Personnel Office
for interview. Hyatt Emerald
Beach Hotel, Cable Beach.

C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI LITI ES.
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, bracing and
cutting of any material usinri
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100
Freeport. Grand Bahama.

C10702
CHARTERED ACCOUNT
TANTS required by Touch,,i
Ross & Co. Applicants must
have experience in auditing at a
senior level and should be able
to write well and conimmunicatc
with clients in a concise
mariner. A university degree
would be helpful but is not
essential if applicants have the
required experience in the
accounting an auditing
profession. This position
carries a good salary with
medical and other benefits.
Applicants should apply,
in their own handwriting, to P.
0. Box N-7526, Nassau.

C 10641
LYFORD CAY CLUB
REQ U I RES A N
EXPERIENCED FRONT
DESK CASHIER:
Must be able to operate N.C R.
4200
Must be able to type accurately
Handle and balance cash daily.
Willing to work shift work
Able to work a six day per
week from Nov. Until May.
Have a pleasant pers-mality and
good appearance.
Apply in writing to:
Accounts Supervisor,
Lyford Cay Club,
P. O. Box N77/6
NASSAU, Baharmas


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C10351

Pnlader'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
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795, 2-3796,
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434

C 10363

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

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C10716
If I have omitted to thank
anybody for making my 21st
birthday such a happy and
memorable occasion, then
please accept my many thanks
now
Felicity Oakes
WANTS TO SNARE
!WANTS TO SHARE I


C10634
PARADISE ISLAND Person
required to share large house.
$175.00 Month, Phone 5-5906.




GRAND BAHAMA




CLASSIFIED


IN FREEPORT TL. 352-I66l


REAL ESTATE
C6122
Large furnished 4 bedroom, 2i.,
bathinoom house with Bahama
rlom and study on oversized
cot nen lot Well landscaped
with fruit bearing trees. Sale
price $31,000.00 Reasonable
down payment.
Phone 352-5596 weekends or
weekdays after 5 p.m

C6129
10 Dukes Way, Bahamnia, 3
Bedroom 2 Bath, double
garage, unmf punished, quiet
neigh bo urihood, clean,
desirable. Brokers welcome,
call 352-8186 for appointment
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. $49,500.00
Cash.

HELP WANTED
C 6124
I-TRUMPET PLAYER Must
be able to road and arrange
pi)ofessional show music, be
proficient in playing the
trumpet, must be able to
douLble on Flugelhorin and have
at least three years experience.
Good references and Police
Certificate required.c
Applicant must apply in person
or in writing to Personnel
Department, El Casino P. 0.
Box F-787, Freeport, Grand
Bahama


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 sneak Italian fluently.
INTERESTED APPLICANTS
SHOULD CONTACT: --
SNAM PROGETTI S.P.A., P.
0. Box F-2405, Freeport,
GRAND BAHAM'A.


HELP WANTED
C6125
Consultant/General Manager
for existing and proposed
projects. Must have at least five
years e perience in
consultancy, administration
and feasibility studies. Only
Baharnians need apply.
Please reply in writing to:
Kanmor Development Co.,
Ltd. P.O. Box F-2429.
C6035
JOB TITLE: WELDER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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
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
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.


HELP WANTED


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,
rreeport, Grand Bahama.


C6071
FOR TITLE:
(FOUR) MILLWRIGHTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
Good Cement Plant mechanical
background.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, 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.

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.

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.

C6097
JOB TITLE: CRANE
OPERATOR AND RIGGER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates 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 REPAIR RMAN
LEADER
MINIMUM EDUCATION.
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTI ES/RESPONSI BILI TI ES:
Directs and plans work of
workmen as required to
inspect, test, adjust, dismantle
and replace unit assemblies or
par ts 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.
C6089
REQUIRED by Bahamas Oil
Refining Company.
POSITION: FIRE & SAFETY
OPERATORS QUALIFI-
CATIONS: Operating or
Mechanical ability, helpful,
reasonably educated and
intelligent, must have a
Bahamian Driving Licence.
JOB DESCRIPTION:
Operation and maintenance of
Company's fire equipment.
EXPERIENCE: Fire fighting
experience desired. Interest in
accident and fire prevention
with ability to influence other
employees. Please reply stating
details of qualifications and
experience and present salary
to: Personnel Office, Bahamas
Oil Refing Company, P.O. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


HELP WANTED


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Health Certificate and Police
record required. Please apply in
person to International Hotel,
Personnel Office for interview.




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HEAD STORE KEEPER Head
Store Keeper required. Must
have thorough knowledge of all
food and beverage items with
particular emphasis on food
ordering, quantitive and
quality testing, inventory
control, rotation of inventories
and food preparation.
Individual selected must have
at least four to five years of the
above experience. No special
educational qualifications
required but experience,
however, is essential. Contact:
Princess Properties
International, Management
Services Division, P.O. Box
F-684, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6130
WANTED ... Lady with over
five years experience to sell
jewels in exclusive jewellery
boutique. Commission only.
Also to assist in lecturing in
historical exhibit and able to
lecture on over 5,000 years of
history. Must be willing to
work several evenings per week
until 11 p.m. Please reply in
writing only, giving complete
resume of past experience to:
International Jewels Display
Limited, P.O. Box F-149,
Freeport, G.B.I.

C6131
WANTED ... Gentleman with
over five years experience to
sell jewels in exclusive
jewellery boutique.
Commission only. Also to
assist in lecturing in historical
exhibit and able to lecture on
over 5,000 years of history.
Must be willing to work several
evenings per week until 11
p.m. Please reply in writing
only, giving complete resume
of past experience to:
International Jewels Display
Limited, P.O. Box F-149,
Freeport, G.B.I.

C6132
MUNDYTOURS require travel
assistant with minimum of 6
years experience of
International Ticketing,
preparation and arrangement
of inclusive sea and land tours
and general travel knowledge.
Applicants should have
pleasant personality and smart
appearance. Apply with details
and references to: E H. Mundy
& Co. (Bahamas) Ltd., P.O.
Box F-2492, Freeport.

C6133
LONDON PACESETTER
REQUIRE Manageress for
bazzar boutique. Applicants
should have over 5 years
experience of all aspects of the
retail fashion trade, inventory
control, ordering of
merchandise, pricing and
maintaining records of stock,
presentation and preparation
of window displays and
training of staff. A pleasant
personality "aid smart
appearance essential. Apply
with details and references to:
LONDON PACESETTER
BOUTIQUE LTD., P.O. Box
F-2492, Freeport.

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
responsibility es of
Meteorological Supervisor.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Company Ltd.,
P. O. Box F-2666, Lucayan
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

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.

C6128
POTWASHER, DISH-
WASHER, KITCHEN
CLEANERS, HOUSEMAN &
KITCHEN PORTERS required.


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C10632

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

C10643
LAWNS, HEDGES, BEACHES.
For All Your Gardening Needs,
Trimming, Hedging. Prruning
Beach Cleaning, For Prompt,
Reasonable and efficient
Service Call 5-1044.

C 10631
THE ELECTRONIC LAB
TAYLOR STREET
Specialist in Repairing Sewing
iaichines, radio, watches arid
all electrical appliances

C10409
ISLAND T.V. SERVICE
For service vou carn rely or,
)owdeswell Street
T.V. Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22613 P. 0. 0ox N327,
Nassau Monday Saturday
8:30 to 5:30.


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FOUR EXPERIENCED
GARDEN RS (Male)
Telephone 5- 1044. Between 10
a.mr 5 p rM,

C10664
SUNLIGHT LIMITED
reclilire th, set s vies of a
Repieserntative with fluent
F r e n c h S etar ialI
qualifir(ations, ownr car and
available to work odd hours
Please repl to- Adv. C10664,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau. Bahamras.

C10640
LYFORD CAY CLUR
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Friday, July 27, 1973


'7-- "L' 0 King Features Syndicate, Inc., 1973. World rights reserved.

"If the men at the office don't think I'm henpecked,
why did they give me a new apron for my birthday?"


'I JUST WANTED TO SEE HOW I'D
LOOK WITH A MUSTACHE I"


"MY career started with just one small theft of
second base."


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
1 Leather flask 30 Chicago
5 Fencing district
dummy 32 Loop jnd knot
8. Unal 34 Light moisture
11. Double 35 Custard apple
12 Japanese 37. Stein
statesman 39 Cleopatra's
13. Rumen maid
14. Hopes 41 OK
17. Attain 45. Now and then
18. Waves 48 Anaconda
19. Bath 49. Signal
21 Vaults 50, Gaunt
24, Knack 51. Sickly
27 Might 52. German city
29. Firm 53. Transport


SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE
DOWN


1 Polish river
2. Luxury (Fr)
3. Daddy
4 Vote for


2 3 4 A 6 7 a8 9 o10

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24 25 26 2-7 28 29.
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35 36 3-7 38

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Par time 25 min.


AP Newsfeatures


5 Chasm
6. Greek letters
7. Water lily
8 Sneered
9. Vandal
10. Commercials
15. Pal
16 Persia
20 Racket
22 Twilight
23. Stitch
24 Bullfinch
25 Kiwi
26, Current
28 Sweet potato
31. Inferior rubber
33 Rotate
36. Squander
38 Aspirations
40 Thailand
42 Mirth
43 Verve
44 Millstone
support
45. Kimono sash
46. Mountain pass
47. Harvest
goddess


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S you mak e
from the
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word, each
B I A R letter ma y
be used once
only. Each
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at


least one eight-letter word In the
list. No plurals; no foreign words;
no proper names. TODAYV'S
TARGET: 28 words, good.
33 words. very good; 38 words,
excellent Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :
Alms also amok calk calm cask
clam clan clank cloak coal coma
lack lank loam loan lockman
IOCKSMAN mask mason moan
sack salmon sank scan slack
slam smack snack soak sola
solan.
13. Long-legged birds. (6)
14. Live. (5) 15. Decay. (3)
16. Scandinavian. (4)
wI. Serpent. (3)
ill. Wild party. (4)
22. Kirk. (3) 3. Irish. iI)
24. Runs away. (7)


Down
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:1 Wrath. (3)
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disorder. (9) 18. On 0 t s.
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9. Vegetable. (3) 210. W I n e.
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12. Headgear. (3)


Chess
By LEONARD
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GARDEN


Rupert and the Sea-Saw-42


The Professor takes Rupert to another room
where the film is to be shown. "That's the
projector.," he says, nodding to a machine on
the table. It was made by my great-uncle.
A rather old-fashioned one, but it works very
well." He fetches the rest of his equipment,
the curtains are drawn, and soon they are
-watching many wonderful underwater scenes.


"Look, there are the Water Mites I" cries
Rupert, as two figures appear on the screen.
"You've been wanting to see them, Professor,
and now you have a film of them !"
THE END
(Another Adventure on Monday)
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


minutes, average; 30 minutes.
novice.

CHESS Solutoron.

Chess Solution
1 Q--KKt6. I/ 1 . P x R; 2
Q x B, or if Kt moves; 2 R-QBS.
or if B-Kt4; 2 R-KB4, or if
K x R; 2 R-QB5.

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Bridge C
ty VlITOR MOLLO
O(e of the first entries to the
Evening Standard Charity Con-
gress comos from Harry St.
John Ingram, who celebrates
today his 85th birthday. Fifty
years ago, Harry was playing
against Culbertson. To this day
he plays bridge regularly and
writes for several papers. This
is one of his tests for a player s
skill.
North
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South z
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2 2z
South opens 34 and all pass. -Z
West leads the V9. East's QJ -J
wins and the VA comes back. U
Can South guarantee h.s con-
tract?
If he rufs low, sa s Ingram,
he Is a beginner. he ruffs
with an onour, he knows
something, but not enough. If
he discards a lower, and his
second loser, if hearts are con-
tinued, he is Rood. for the other
hands could be:
West East
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should South ruff the VA u
with an honour, West won't -
overrunft. But coming in with his 0
K he will put last on play Z
with one of is ac. East wil 0
cash the other and gain lead _j
a heart. Now the 4 will take m
a trick.


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FIRST PAYMENT. '-
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VERY IMPATIENT



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PIAMONP BRACELET
COPIED... IT'LL
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BEFORE IT
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CARROLL RIGHTER'S

SRO ROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
S GENERAL TENDENCIES: You are eager now
to put home affairs in better shape and it
would be wise to spend as much time as possible doing just
that. It is also a good time to decide what you can do for
loved one, thereby increasing mutual happiness.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Study the position that
closest kin are in and be of help wherever you can. If your
glasses need changing, by all means get them changed Plan
time to entertain steadfast friends.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Attend to business affairs
in a clever way early in the day. Make sure you keep
appointments on time Communications can be handled with
much success. Help someone in need.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Talk over financial matters
with a business expert and put affairs in fine shape. Study
your budget and figure out how to cut down on expenses,
Show more appreciation to associates.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Take the
treatments that can make your vitality more apparent and
buy the clothing that brings out your special charm. Attend
the social and make interesting new contacts.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Plan time to analyze your
present situation and take steps to improve it without delay.
Being very enthused about loved one brings fine results.
Make sure to pay important bills.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) A good friend could give
you the information and advice you need now. Attending a
group affair can bring excellent results at this time Make
sure that your diet is right. Be logical
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Plan what it is you want to
do of a public nature and see that it is done on time and in
a proper fashion. Think along constructive and practical
lines. Don't lose temper with kin.
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov. 21) Engaging in new interests
could be beneficial at this time Strive for harmony with
associates. Avoid an opponent who could cause trouble. Do
a favor for a friend
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) You have many
responsibilities to take care of and should get an early start
on them Give more attention to the one you love. Take
time to engage in amusements you enjoy.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan. 20) Pay more attention to
an associate who feels you may have been wasting time with
other interests Avoid one who wants to disturb your present
plans Show that you are a good citizen.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) If you compliment
co-workers when it is due, you find you gain their goodwill
Take steps to gain the data you need. Keep abreast of
currents events and become better informed.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) During spare time do the
things that you enjoy doing and sidestep boredom. Make
sure that your diet is right Buy a nice gift for loved one
Don't take any chances with strangers.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those charming young people who may be sensitive
during childhood and could get feelings hurt easily. Teach
not to be so self-centered. Direct the education along lines
that serve public commodities and merchandizing. Give the
right religious training to make your progeny more
self-controlled Teach to smile more.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make
of your life is largely up to YOU!


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ASKED YOUR MOTHER STORY YOUNG LADY! TIME TO HIMSELF! AND IT'S GETTING
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Bahlmi as Basebal ll sociati on pennant race sXince March 2S, were
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lIhe ird ttimie in Tlihursda might's climatic game between
H. Lk s Hee's aiid Big Q Market in which the Bees won 10-4
ti laikr' oi-r first place PrIe'entls Huyler is leading the
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Thursday's Results
I lit.L I I 10-2., ittisburgh 9-3
S.a I rantis(n 1I 0-6., San Diegi 2-5,
10 innii llws
Cin i n.ilati 5-4. al.nitl.i 3-6
SlI l uis 13-2. New York 1.1
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WINDIES ALL

SOUT FOR 415
S LONDON (AP)-The West Indies,
alter a shaky start in the first Test
here at the Oval, were all out for
415 half an hour before the tea
interval today.
Keith Boyce was the main star of
the afternoon, tie made a spirited
72 which included one mighty six
into the grandstand. Clive Lloyd
scored a fine 132 to save the West
Indians yesterday.
Arnold was England's best
bowler with five wickets for 1 3.
England with some lively
bowling and fielding held the
visitors to 339 for seven wickets at
the lunch interval.
The West Indians started the day
with an pregnable looking 275
for four. But the picture changed
dramatically when century-maker
Clive Lloyd was out with the very
first ball. He misjudged ai swinger
from Geoff Arnold and was out Ibvh
for 132.
Gary Sobers was the next to go.
brilliantly run out by Derek Amiss
just as the West Indian veteran
looked set to take charge.
Sobers hit the hall hard to
mid-off and set off for a run. Amiss
swooped in and threw the wicket
down. Sobers was out for 10.
But it was Lloyd and Alvin
Kallicharran who took England's
bowling apart Thursday.
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Kallicharran put on 208, rescuing
the West Indies from ai dangerous
position at 64 for three just after
lunch. At the close Lloyd was 132
not out, after a performance
sprinkled with classy bounrdar
r shots. Kallicharran was out for 80
1 only 15 minutes before the close,
4 caught by wicket keeper Alan
Knott off the howling (,f G(eoff
Arnold.
Both players hatted with
tremendous power. At one stage
I ngland howler Tony (;reig made
the mistake of trying to field a
Lloyd drive. The shot dislocated
T Greig's finger and he had to leave
the field with three deliveries of his
over unhowled.
This was Llod's d fifth Test
century


Demeritte serves shutout for



Wardrobe Stars in final set

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
JOEY DEMERITTE at the line served a total of twentyone points fifteen straight in the final
set pacing the undefeated Islanders League leaders the Wardrobe Stars to a 15-2, 15-9 and 15-0
victory over S.A.C.A. men last night at the C.I. Gibson Gym.


The Wardrobe, with one
game left to play, seen headed
for the Islanders League
Championship being
undefeated in seven. They play
their final game tomorrow
night against the highly
competent second place Police
Royals.
Paradise Birds seemed to
have lost all their spunk in
taming Coke Jets and last night
were unable to hold their own
against S.A.C.A. Dames, who,
behind the spiking of Linda
Davis and the defence of team
captain Patty Symonette
defeated the Birds 15-7., 1 1-15,
15-11 and 15-4 in the opener
at the C.I. Gibson Gym.
The Wardrobe Stars took no
time in pouncing on their
weaker opponents and in tour
changes of service were leading
7-0. Team captain Leroy
Fawkes served the first six
points.
Leonard Archer and IB.
Rahming managed to save
S.A.C.A's skunk with one
point 'each. Mark ('lark and
Leslie Cartwright returned and
moved the Stars to game point
before Walston Francis ended
it in their favour.
Taking the first service in
the second set, S A.('.A.
managed a three point lead


JOEY DEMERITTE
...fine serving
which the Wardrobe soon won
hack and took over 6-3, with
Demeritte contributing some
well placed services.
S.A.C.A. never again
returned on the rally and with
David Bullard substituting to
add spiking power to the
Wardrobe line up, they moved
to a three point edge.
Demeritte then returned to the
line and served the Stars to a
2-0 lead.
15 IN A ROW
The final set saw S.A C.A.
with no chance at all as
)eineritte at the line reeled off
15 Tonsecutive points giving


the Stars an easy victory.
It is still a mystery how the
Birds defeated the second place
Jets and were unable to control
S.A.C.A. Dames last night. The
form they displayed Tuesday
night was definitely not there
last night.
The closely contested first
set saw 12 services rotated with
the score clinched at four all.
The Birds blasted ahead by two
points but S.A.C.A. returned
comfortably to tie up at six all.
And then they broke loose.
The offensive power of Davis
and Cora Hepburn shone
through and with Symonette
supplying the right services,
they took the lead by four
points. Adding to S.A.C.A.'s
determination was Tangy
Armbrister who split her
contribution evenly between
offence and defence as they
went on to win easily.
The second set was as evenly
contested as the first set and
both sides were notched at 11
all before the Birds took off to
win and tie the sets at one
each.
S.A.C.A. politely reversed
the score in the third set and
jumped on the Birds' weakness
in the final set to win their
fifth against six losses with one
left to play.


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