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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: August 15, 1973
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01DLM's
COR. ROSETTA ST. & MT. WTOYA L AVE.


Bank with


dismissed for alleged removal
of food without permission,
are still off the job without
pay.
Mr. E. B. Edgecombe,
industrial relations officer with
the Labour Ministry, is to hear
the management and union
arguments in the dispute at
Exuma next Wednesday.
Wokhanas noeandi:: Ctrn
Bobby Glinton said the union
will abide by the Ministry's
ruling in the case. Nevertheless
"if the workers aren't all
reinstated the union would
most definitely press charges
against the hotel" for allegedly
"spending money owed to the
workers."
Mr. Glinton alleges that the
mone g n t it t s In uthe form
hotel over the last three and a
half to four months.
Mr. Glinton said the hotel's
manager, Mr. Joseph Switzer,
told him Monday that the
gratuities ten percent of the
hotel's gross income normally
payable monthly were used
to defray hotel expenses.
The union spokesman said
Mr. Switzer )promi dk tpapay

the hotel's employees today,
but it was not known whether
the payment was in fact made.

Mr. Glint~o sad legal action
would be taken to obtain the
balance of the money owed if
the fired workers were not
reinstated.
The dispute at the Out
Island Inn came to public
notice this week, when about


ke f rin o~f diitng r
hostess Mary Dame~s. D

was ask d tno resign wena sh

morning. When she refused to
do so she was dismissed-
ET at racht theheunion's
emergency meeting. As the
hotel had not formally advised
the union of Mrs. Dames
dismissal, she was instructed to
go to work on Sunday
morning.
On Sunday Mrs. Dames was
not permitted to take up her
duties, and as a result the
dining room workers staged a



mMaR.r ofOeEu SITdZER,
maage o tetofhe Ou atslthd In

Inn staff have returned to their
jobs and that work is being
carried on as usual.
Mr. Switzer also stated that
all gratuities due staff have
be n paid up to August 1,

He also said that there was
no contract between the hotel
and the union, but it wts

e naeaent wuldt eet hoittel
proper authorities next week
foray di cssion

I r Ster als f ta h


VOL. LXX, No. 3:19 Wednesday, August 15, 1973. Price: 15 Cents


(T`he meectini that p-rovented
Mr. Chpin kep is
appointmicnt ive,! ttlw one held



Directors, lit. Cha:pin was

a nmittee t<> tatt:c! alke
meeting was alliedd to; rend~i




"Mr. Mtrgan c~aml fotr
interviews," said MIrs. L~es:
"A~lthough rny husband did nlot
meet himu at th~e airport, he did
go t> te P'lacencrne 'ntit T

Morgain." T`he\ had met Mr.
1Morganl befiore, shiie id.
"I amn not su~re whether it
was Mr. Morgan who said hie
would offer Reehcic Stein the
job or whether wec wEere told
over the phonc by Mlr. Chaplin.
But I fe~lt it wa~s Mr-. Morgan
who told us she -,aid.


from the airport to say that
Mr. Cthaplinr hadc asked her to
iomne to Nassaut ti- see the
school. She was tra~veling by
Out Island Ai wayl~s, and~ there
had been a de~:il ofi an hour,
She wanted to kinow hotw she
could let Mr. Chaplin know as
he had promised! to) mee~t her at

thMars Lster dvivse~d her to
call Mr. Chaplin collect.

fro 'owe didln' if ;n\' mover
later I phoned to? ftind out how
she liked it andi n hether she(
got the job. Shel dbi not iinswe~r
and so I pre~sumet shec was !n
vacation.
"But I ami rretty sure the
job was offered toi her and she

i terehsted."'Tirs. ountial sa iit
Miss Stein, who~ had jurst
obtained her Hachelocr of
Science degree ini June. hadJ
done some tea;tung at the
un iv e rsi t s 8 iol g )(i
Depart me n t
The Trbn oday
confirmed that Mliss Stein was
appointed szcince teacher at
St. Andrew's. Her appointmrent
is for one year.
When Miss Stein arrived at



Tom Close.

eM St. 1nr~w- Sch. hlzt
an hour and was taken around
the school. Mr1. Close was
mnstructetdo i tr nklc{1i;nt Mr

Stein's arrival.
When Mr. Morgan arrived,
Mr. C'haplin andc Mfr. Morgan
met and together tured Miss
Stein, T~he T~ribune was told.

SEARCH CALLED OFF
Bahlamas Air Seat Rscu~e and
Miami ('oast G;uard have
ds ontinum thir s ch for


Fort Laude~rdalc 1n hgstolu0


The aircraft nerver arrived.
According to a BAISRA
spokesman today "nio trace of
the plane or passengers has
been found.
TIhe plane carried t'u

Micehs wife an theiR o


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TODAY a former St. Arrdrew's School teacher told The
Tribune of efforts made by Pxheadmaster John Chaplin to hire
the new St. Andrew's science teacher. She denied the statement
by St. Andrew's Board efDirctors that acting headmaster Iew
Morgan found "a suitable re placement with no help from Mr.

Mrs. Barbara Lester, sd, had jutcmleted th i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie rcruitme tu f tamhers for t e
Hammond of Nassau, said September term and she knew
today that Mr. Chaplin had that the Bahamas government
done most of the groundwork was now recruiting in Palm
in hiring Miss Rebecca Stein, as Beach. She presumed that this
science graduate of the
University of Miami.


the Biology Department. She
had written out the
requirements necessary for the
post, and had put her
telephone number and Mr.
Chaplin's number on the form.
She had Xerox copies made
and left one of these with the
cairm an,
She then talked with the
chairman of the chemistry
Department and to a prot'essor


government had gone to the
U.S. because it had found it
difficult to find teachers in the
U.K., due to the critical
shortage.
She said Mr. C'haplin always
advertised for teachers in
January. As a matter of fact,
she and her husband had seen
his advertisements in the Times
supplement.
Mr. Chaplin had told her


that this year he had had
practically no response to his
advertisements. He asked her
to help him find a science
teacher as he had been unable
to do so in the U.K. He was
looking for someone with a
background of biology and
che mistry .
Mrs. Lester went to the
University of Miami where she
talked with the chairman of


at the Marine Institute. With
each person she left a copy of
the requirements needed for
the science post at St.
Andrew's.
Mr. Lester then visited the
university's Placement Centre.
He talked with Mr. David at
tIe placement Centre and Mr.
files of weeral throhuo a
students to tr to find a
suitable candidate .


Arrangements were made for
Mr. Chaplin to conduct all his
interviews at the Placement
Centre.
Meanwhile, said Mrs. Lester,
the chairman of the Biology
Department recommended
several students who were
about to receive their degrees
wu t l he felt might bc

stMe s Lesteha contacted 1 <


forms to bec takenr to tl
Placement (`ientre to await htr.
Chaplin s arriink
"I talked 1 .e~veral of the
candidates hv: p!hone. O)ne of
the girls whlati I remember
best wHias Rehnesi:. Stemi, where!
we felt was the moscjt su~itable
for the post," M1rs, Letster said.
-"I called John C:haplin aii
set up interviews for thr e
persons." she said.
"On Thursday night (June
28) M~r. C`haplin telephoned to
say that he would not he d le
to, ~come because~ of .t meeing,~i
but saidf he hadf ;,Sked Mr.
Monrgan to LConw ir jl;:trad." Mrs.
LeLster recalled,.


At an extraordinary meeting g
of shareholders, called on
August 7 to ratify the Board ef
Directors' decision to fire M-.
Chaplin after 19 years service*,
a 15-page report by the Boarrd
was distributed tao
shareholders. In the report tme
Board presented its case againM t


p~aret n oa many eh h s
opposed the Board's action
condemned the report as fu
of "rumours, speculations anad
false impressions." Hie said (11<

rep :" itslf as sfiet


Said the Board mn its report:
the tou know th to si
Mr. Chaplin's activities an2
energies have been spent em
attacking the Directo~rs. IFe
walked out of has office rm n
the 29th of' June without we
much as a word to the actiraA'
headmaster as to wheat
matters were pending, what
was. where, what has to bee
done. The fact is that a
science teacher had notf ber n
hiredi by. John Chaplin pnior


School, assist the actirag
headmaster by reviewing the
situation with him? Nor
because it was not in Jobn
Chaplin's interest to lo so.
2, .ederi information, tae
acting headmaster (Le-
Morgan) has found, l arntoli
a suitable replacement with
no help from Mlr. Chaplin.
Mr. Leslie Hammond stood
up at the shareholders rnectilg
tohdisagree with this stiateme t
been given bythe Bioarab hzt
S Mr. Chaplin's attempt to hire
teachers, Mr. Hammond salid.
SHe knew that Mr. Chaplin icad
been in touch with E-is
daughter in Miami in an effort
to recruit teachers. He knew
a ointments had been matde
for interviews. Although he did
not know the outcome of
those interviews, he knew thrat
Mr. Chaplin had made eve-ry
effort to find teachers for t ie
September term.
Yesterday Mrs. Lester
Arrived in Nassau for a short
Holiday with her parents and to
join the Calanus, the resear ch
vessell of Miami Universitry's
Marine Institue, now at
Andros.


Ch lin ir to rte ruit l~e
teacher from the U.S.

thMrs taester, th vtno ade
Sch Il ford Girls, Cocout

mem er of St. Adr wst Sho


G.C.E. Biology.
Mrs. Lester has known the
Chaplins for 13 years. E-er
husband, John, had taught
mathematics and Latin at St.
Andrew's for five years. Wula' s
Lester is now studying for Zier
Doctorate in Marine Biology at
the University of Miami*

Mrs. Le~steORconf rmed thrat
t evv as an great d odtage o

STme Edu bsio al Sup en ne
From London and since April
Stwo whole sections of the
80-page supplement .was
devoted weekly to advertising
for teachers, mainly for
teac ers for U.K. s hosh, se




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B NEW SOFAS
AND CHAIRs


NASSAU-FREEPORT
j II1I1 WIEIII


By MIKE LOTHIAN
LEGAL ACTION WILL BE TAKEN against the Out island Inn at George Town, Exuma, for allegedly spending
"thousands of dollars" owed to workers if five employees fired over the past three weeks are not reinstated, a Hotel
Union spokesman warned today.


A wild-cat strike by dining
room workers at the hotel,
sparked by one of the firings,
ended yesterday afternoon,
after three days, when the fired
worker was given leave with
pay until the dispute is
resolved,
The four others, aill


SPE AR BOIWD






THE HON. Moncrief J.
Spear will leave Nassau on
S Itembe 2 to t ke Suoputh
Vietnam, after almost three
y-ears in Nassau as U.S. Consul
General to the Bahamas.
Mr. Spear, charge d'affaires
;ince the consulate became an
e nbassy with Bahamas
independence on July 10, will
be U.S. Consul General at Nha
Trang, South Vietnam.
It was explained that during
the Vietnam conflict South
m iettam zas di idd hneto fu
officially over, the military
zones have been kept as
political divisions. Mr. Spear
will be consul general for the
largest of the four zones, an
embassy spokesman said this
morning.
Mr. Spear will take up his
post "almost immediately"
after leaving the Bahamas. ,
The first U.S. Ambassador
to the Bahamas, Ronald I.



Mr parkt o u hs du i s
as consul general here on

su cdbe Tur~ner 7.S~helt He
tvo iwas pointed ambassador


TRIUINE SA YS



ABOUT CO-0P
THE IDEA of a consumer's
co-operative society sponsored
by the Bahamas Hotel and
Catering Workers' Union was
not dro ped following
(3 ernment' ree i ion the


suggeestedoin a tribune he din

t hhe spokesman pointed oto
establishment of the co-op by
Easter next year are still going
ahead
He said that when price
control resulted in food dealers
being una ereaom laceaoulerds

shortage, there were tentative
plans to accelerate the
programme and form a buying

etince ontolld prices were
increased, allowing importers
to ban lint fod, oni the plans


goin ha a e o iall


with pay until the Ministry
ruled on her case.
Also up for Ministry rulings
are the recent firings of hotel
employees Doris Rolle,
Magnolia Clark, Dora Lee
Page 12, Col. 3


wild-cat sympathy strike.
The work -stoppa ge
continued until snortly after 2
p.m. yesterday. The dining
room employees returned to
their jobs when management
agreed to give Mrs. Dames leave


SPENCERS LEAVE COURT Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Spencer leave the Supreme Court today after the second
day of hearings into the kidnapping of their young
daughter, Andrea, from their Albacore Drive home in
Freeport on February 15.


P01100 CORSt8IIII HRnile to pr oduce evidence








A FREEPORT police detective, who testified yesterday that he was familiar with the voice of ex-police officer
Leroy McLean, one of the accused in the Spencer kidnap case, was unable today to produce evidence of having
spoken to McLean over the telephone.


me or when I called him, in
connection with police work
and social occasions. I have
spoken to him many times.
Counsel's request for him to
produce evidence that he had
spoken to the accused met
some objection from the
Solicitor General who said that
thet foundation as int tha
recorded the time when he
conversed with McLean by
telephone.
"Is it not the usual practice
for a corporal to make a note
of all telephone calls he
receives in the line of police
duty?" Mr. Fawkes asked.
"I say that it is the usual
practice to make a note in your
police notebook ..,, C'orp.
Cartwright said. ,
'A MIRAC E



conversation between him and

miacl, c' fenc cmu el ten
Mrele.Justice Graham turned

t wn kan apphiaio r rk

notebook afe nh enSolic to

dfnc thtaod sno right under
Mr. Justice Graham said that

efw"fom tounse Is antew n
application and that he "was
sorry Mr. Fawkes could not
aite some legal ed auh rt.


caled hi dvdec y ster a

detective photographer
attached to the criminal
records office, Freeport, Gran
Baama.
He recounted what took
place after he went to the



noticed a certain sliding glass
door in the family room near
to the pool patio. The glass on
one of the sliding glass doors
was shattered and broken," e


intact Canother lyih on te


that prt of dth framte o h


door was bent. '"The portion
about midway on the portion
of the glass door that was
broken, this was the eastem
half," he said.
"I also noticed a western
screen door," D~et. Cartwright
continued in his testimony,,,
the wire from this screen door
was partially detached from its

Det. Cartwright said that he
remained at the Spencer's
residence as he was instructed
to do.
LISTENED IN
With the consent of Mr.
Spencer, Det. Cartwright said
that he listened to "all phone
calls that were received at the
Spencer home until about 2:40
a.m. on Feb. 16."

Dt bCartwri htene d ho

He said he was at the

Fery17 whn Mr. a di

with Andrea Spencer.
"I spoke with Andrea
Spencer," Det. Cartwright said

conversation I took eight
photographs inside the house
and outside -
Det. Cartwright said that
later while still at the Spencer
home he spoke with Assistant
Superintendent Briggs in
connection with the phone
calls.

De(n teOsam Hda IFb 1
went tt an ar a in Pine Ridge

aiha ned rcto an ol
"There I took three
photographs. Later that same
day," he said, "I went back to
the Pine Ridge area where I
took two photographs of Car

ret d Cartw egt Sai hie
re idence wherehhe took "one

"I devgrap d all the
negatives andof om them made
ID ge photographic prints," said
ouu. ad st. wa


marwrph had he rt knze


Det. 303 Joseph Cartwright
admitted "it is the usual
practice f'or a police corporal to.
make a note of all telephone
calls he receives in the line of
duty." He said this was to
enable a policeman to refresh
his memory should he ever be
called in court. Corp.
Cartwright, who yenleray sa d

Mrs. Robert Spencer, 10
Albacore Drive, Lucaya, at
2:40 a.m. on February 16
when the phed offLeank say,

remained under cross-examina-
tion until after noon today.

.He was the first prosecution
witness to be called by
Solicitor General T. Langton
Hilton in the trial of McLean
aD me ic ann dM ge


Dane rR25 oeared deor M



jointly accused of kidnapping
4%-year-old Andrea Spencer
fRom thea hon e of her parents,
February 15.


He said that the caller hung
up the phone when Mr.
Spencer tried to tell him there
were no policemen at his
house. It was after this
telephone call "Mr. Spencer
requested that I listen to no
more conversations over the
phone," he said.
The call which followed
came at 2:42 a.m., he said. He
again heard a voice he
recognized as McLeans. The
caller made a demand for
$250,000 shn U.S. currency and
sai d. ta e wouldcl again,
he sai .

He listened by pressing his
ear against the receiver after
Mr. Spencer beckoned to him
he said '
The detective, who said he
remained at te home of te


recognized McLean's voice


te Hpmhoeodr d at th 0 a m
"'was muffled" and said he
heard the caller very clearly.

saiM he Ce t ad nte wh all at
telephone conversations, was
asked to produce his note-book
by Mr. Fawkes during the cross
examination.
"Some of the notes were
made during the time the
conversations took place.
Others were made at different
times ... more convenient
times later," he said.
afHe lited 21 tims M e b

repres ntd Otand 2c satakin

sd. NINE CALLS
Apart from that telephone
call, he had listened to nine
others taking place between
9.40 p.m. and 2.45 a.m., he
told counsel who questioned
hiam on tdF tida nof the o l

any telephone conversation
after 2.42 a.m. and was unable
to saycwhether or not the caller

But the 2.40 a.m. call, he
lis ordc ie d he voice on


was the General

eoyal Bako


Mr. Spencer
Maae o
Mr nc of ohe
Canada *


NOT GUILTY PLEA
The pair pleaded not guilty
to the charges which included
burglary, attempted extortion,
assault wit deadly instruments


In h eien-ncif th

p.m. on February 15 after
receiving! a complaint.
While there, he said, he
listened to telephone calls on
an extension line until 2:40
a.m. on February 16.

theI heard a voice. I picked u
and heard a male voice say 'get
the police off the line.' I
recognized the voice as that of
Leroy McLean," he testified.

He said he w11 positive the
voice was that of the accu ed


Mces, w om he h


i~hro


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Ex-St. Andrew's teacher gives the lie to board report on Chaplin


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public relations officer.
Theard, an agronomist, two
years ago replaced ousted
newspaper publisher Gerard de
Catologne as tourism director,
The changes, all of them
since Saturday, were part of
what has been called by a top
government official, "the
biggest shuffle in more than 25
years."
Informed sources here said
they believe there will be
further changes in the
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI
(AP)- Haiti's 22-year-old
President, Jean-Claude
Duvalier, today fired two more
ranking government officials,
bringing to 49 the number of
military and civilians purged
from his administration since
Saturday.
A government release said
tourism director Andre Theard
and his assistant Ramah
Theodore had been relieved of
their duties. Tourism is one of
liait's top money-earners.
Duvalier, according to the
announcement, said tbe pair
would be replaced by Fritz
Jean-Batiste, a former Haitian
ambassador to Rome, and Jean
Jolicoeur, a newspaper gossip
columnist*
Jolicoeur had been on the
payroll of the tourism office

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Informed sources said
Tuesday in Saigon that
thousands of ethnic
Cambodians living in South
Vietnam, including some
drawn from South Vietnamese
army units, have been flown to
Phnom Penh to help the Lon
Nol government survive after
the U.S. bombing ends.
The U.S. embassy in Saigon
aV ta spokesman for tei::: h
report.
The daily bombing of
Cambodia for 6V2 months,
since 10 days after the January
Vietnam peace agreement, had
slowed but not stopped
advances on Phnom Penh by
C'ommunist-led insurgents.
The last American raids
included continual strikes
around Phnom Penh's
perimeter. An estimated 4,000
insurgents are massed for an
attack west of the capital's

Sklybl 2 wril

cOApete mission
SPACE CENTRE:, HOUSTON
(AP)- In a renewed burst of
s dfide e T'uesay, space oficia s
complete its record 59-day space
mission. A rescue craft, if needed,
wvill not be launched before Sept.
25. rocket and spacecraft that
could be used to return the men of
Skylab 2 to Earth rolled to its
launch pad at Cape Kennedy, Fla.
On Tuesday morning.
13ut Skylab director William C'
Schneider said the rescue crafi
won't be launched before Sept. 25.
the day' Skylab 2 was originally
scheduled toi end.
Ihee belief among officials
strengthened that no rescue flight
will be nieeded and that the crippled
Skylab 2 Apollo taxi craft will
work well enough to bring the
astronauts safely home.
"Lo~oks like they got a renewed
burst of confidence down there,"
said Skylab 2 commander Alan L,.
Bean when told of the decision.
"We feel that way up here," he
sa ean and his crewmates. Jack R.
Lousma antd D~r. Otwen K. G;arri te,
marathon mission. They
con entratted on rnedica tssr o d
navigation and Earth observation
satl rn of cth rescuedcrba t.tla
Apollo spacecraft, started at 7 a.m.
brchnhae cre~phtou of a astsem
transport and began a
=="e "'."=n-ou -aip to its


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POLICE AND SOLDIERS CLASH IN JAMAICA
KING;STON, JAM1AICAX (AP)--At least three policemen were woundled
Monday night in clashes with soldiers of the Jamaica IDefenseb l urrc and
chatlians near Kaingston.
TIhis was the second night in succession that soldiers andr police clashed
Police said the first incident was reported at the CaJrib T'heatre Sunda'
ngtk osts thel eranpoc taed th it forces were pos1ted at er it\ t"
D~uring the check, a soldier in plain clo~thes olbjetedl to being searrcherd
by policee This subsequently developed into, attacks by hcoldiers on police
Shots wer flr a m botln erauntd t~he isie hurled, alutho~rities saidJ. A
I'wo constables were attacked and beaten b) nine roldierr Sunday night.
police said. Another policeman w~as reportedly mobbed and worunded
during the incident.
PRINCESS ANNE &r HUSBAND TO LIVE AT S4N DHURST
LONDUION (AP')- Princess A4nne and her fiance. Captain Mark P~hillips
will tstrt their married life inl army quarters at Sand~hurst. Britain s Rm al
11stl~ary 4tjadm?
~uilnchi~ngh Pa~llace InnouncedJ tddY thalt a oe bedr rootlm horuse at the
A4~-dern! is being \peciall?- prepared for the itouple It wrah preno~usis
Ioccupied b? Sandhurst s director of studies
The couple will be married November 14 and w\illi go, on at Carihbean
I'iie is numan cttiue 3 ath hs egnr i t In Wesrt Gerrmany. will take up
n teachling post at Sandhurst in the new' )ear
thati future home. called Oak G;rove House, is a two storey detachetd
b~ user with 3 garden o~f about a third of anl acre It -as built inl 1oo
LAUNCHING NATIONAL CAMPAlGN FOR IMPEACHMENT
w ASHIN(; TON (AP) -Peace activists n~aiies and Jeromr nerrrigan and ss
other demonstrators were arrested today as they knelt at the W\hite Hlouse.
tJmles Herrigan sa d the protest was over L's. tombing in casmbodia and.
in otu phr de nsrtrs willetmanng the tourists to, get into W'hite
Housec to)urS. White House police did no~t stop them froml going through the
touirist gate. but most of the demonstraitors stopped an~d kneldt on the steps
befote r terigil tsdhe bldi otside the WVhite Hocuse by the Women Strike for
Peace and other anti war organization\. Onte de~monstration leader, C~ora
We!:s, says the vigil launches a national campaign to impeac'h the President
and protests U.S. war activity, in Indnc~hina .
GM SEEKS PRICE INCREASES FOR CARS AND, TRUCKS
D)ETROI'T (AP') General Moutnrs has asked the C~ost o~f Living Counc~il
for permissionr to, raise prices orn its 1974 model cars and~ trucks bo twor anti
ven tenths per LCent to) CoerT product imlProfvement'
ONCE-lMPOSSIBLE NIGHTMARE EGGS 51 DOZEN
NF\\, YORK (AP) -An Asso~ciacted P'ress market halsker survey shows the
once impoussibl nightmare. dollar a dozen eggs. h3ve become a reality in
ctome supermarkets. I ggs and pork beganr rising~ in prices w~hn some ~
controls o~n food prices were lifted in the middle of last month, and the\
are contlinuing to war
U.S. DOLLAR JUMPE D TO SIX-WE EK PE AK TUESDAY
LNDO N AP)- lhe Aneic cit dlaer t am ed >nh a si ee~ k peak
European exhange dealers w\ere uncertain. however, in forecasting the
diollar s future course some predicted a further stead! rise. wvhile others
believed the rally that began last Thursday would be shortlived.
pri/ lihreventhethde cImb Tuesd! war as sdpect tdlar as the 11l iin the
trankfurt. 5 I 2 centimes in Paris, seven centimes in Zurich, five Iutch
cents in Amsterdam and one Helgian, frainc in Bru~stels.
GoldN, meanwhile. dropped seven dollars tor 95 dollars an ounce in
a lnln anJ to7 isocllars to the same level in /uric~h. It wa~s gold' I lowest
SIX-MOINTH BAN ON BEEF SALES IN URUGUAY
banl on be~ef sale~ in Ilruguay during the next six months in order toi boo~t
exports
or inng z ul;) i In 1972, Uiruguay exported 113,000 to~ns of beef worth $102 miilliion
this !ear. the target is to export 150.000 tons of beef. w~hichl ,t curreit
hi!gh prices abroad will brlng in morer than $200 million.
SOVIET ASSISTANCE FOR NORTH VIET RECONSTRUCTION
MSC(S(OW (AP) T'he Soviet IUnion signed .tgreements Tuesda!! .imed at
he~lpina No~rth Vietnam writh postwrar recunitttruction. Ilass reported
de

pnropectingg as werll as development o~f virgin agriculturala) lands
Tlhe agreement corvers the years 1974 andf 1972 and w\ere signed in the
kremlin by Premierr Alexe~i Kosygin and his Vietnameser conterpart. P'hain
Vanl Dong.
ASIANS IN KENYA CONCERN KENYA & BRITAIN SAYS MOI
NAIROBI (APr) The head oIf Ken!:l s delegation to the Comrnmonwealth
Colla ~nece inct~ulad rzunr t bheered s ursds and\ the m it luetiar n of
Vice P'resident D~aniel 110ii. who represented President Jamo Kenyatta at
the co~nference, gaid Kenya\dl stand On the A2sianr majority holding B~ritish
passpo~rtF was clear 'fhe Icsue concerned onlr Kecrval and Britain, he s:ill
Otherwise. Mati satid. the conferencer had been ver;t suLccesful H~ said he
had offered Nairiobi as site oft the next commonwealthlh co~nference
OBESITY OPERATION ON 800 POUND MAN
Ricilsto~o va is (n an we'ighirng approx~imatesl s(oo
pounds has been ,ldmotedr to the medical co~llreg of V'irginia~ hosp~lital to
prepare for an obesit! operation, hos~plt.l spokesmen repolrt
The operation. kntown as an inlZtestina b!. paSS, is the one w\hic~h \va i
performed here onI trumpeter 41 Hirt in Ma~rch 1972 Hirt wembedhr~ 3~3
pounds before the operation Sevenl months later hie was3 dmv\n to 2600
pounds
Hospital officials refulred toi Idntiy thle 800 pound patient.avingll onrl1
that he is 37 and iomers from North c'.ro~lina.
Surgons' c~annoct even evalulate the patiient pro~perly becauise at! his sheer
mass, a doctorr saili, rhei post\ician \aid the paitient muist lose 'oo t, 300
pounds before the operation would be posib~ile. andJ that w\ill take at least .1
year.
T~he intestinal by)pass procedure involves TremovalJ of a porTtionl of1 smll nl
intestine to shortrn the route of foo~d atbzsrptin.
CIVIL SERVANTS SHOULD BE 'ACTIVE IN POLITICS'
told < otner~c I< (r b e an ~iit \rwet ti ~al Jik> etouarnt on
servants become amine~l in po~litics anld runnlin~ for rleC~ted offiiC1 witlhoUt
having to worrri about secritit problems
Derclarintg open the Third Annual C~onferrnce o~f C`.rlbbeanl Pub~lic
Service Assoclation.' Biurnham said it has been his experrenie there w\ere
sii ge vrtt~ P\hr ion ma ke better po~litiianl\ anld he wo~uld~ therefnre
",u reprensrit the irtll ~tuatl ar~r tojo tlurcinau,' the ind "lt
fattening the icountr
B~urnhdm uphzldf th~ whtt pfpubltc \rvanp~f~ ehave tr;de uniori\rt h

There hats been a parent deal of t.,lk .r\ to~ whtether he pgolitibcal ir uratia. line1 sm l c u tie sous adi lg t att
fact that public service takes the moFt h(ighly trarinedt personnelr~l thi tlk of
impart~ialit? doecs not make sense and inl not reallistiC "
Hurnham s'~ statement camer not( lonK Jfter (CPISA4) seicrtart treaurer r
D~au~ Manswezll o~f IrinidadJ suggested thjt public serrvant\ should he
polliticall) conscious but \Ihould \h) awas) friom partialit)


WASHINGTON
(AP)--President Nixon will
make his own statement on the
Watergate scandal at 9 p.m. edt
Wednesday, the White House
announced Tuesday.
The president's long-awaited
response tol allegations in the
po iic a consptrac y
controversy will be delivered
live from his Oval Office. It
will he 20 to 30 minutes in
lengt a pre sidential
spokesman said*
.At the same time, officials
d tdadNixon will release a more
deald wrri en s aem n
giving his account of the events
that have spurred widespread
investigations by Congress and
the executive branch.
The address, to be carried by
all the national television and
radio networks, will be Nixon's
first extensive response since
May 22 to the scandal that has
shaken his administration.
As the deputy press
secretary announced the time
and format of Nixon's address,
the President was in his
llideaway executive office
building suiite putting the
finishing touches to what's
ranked as the most important
spec lin lhis quarter century
NO DETAILS, BUT .
Warren would not give
details of the address, but
other sources indicated it
1 1 ntsinclude these major
A denial by Nixon that he
was aware of plans to bug the
Democratic nat io nal
committee's headquarters at
the Watergate, or that he was
aware of or participated in the
subsequent cover-up,
A concession that he
discounted allegations that
White Hlouse and re-election
co mmittee officials were
involved in the scandal because
hiis subordinates told him a
thorough investigation had
turned up no such
involvement.
A review of his first-terlni
accomplishments, coupled with
an urgent plea to the American
people to join him in
overcomniing the scandal's
impact by pressing ahead
toward the goals of lasting
peace abroad and an end to
inflation at home.
The address is expected to
touch on offshoots of the
Watergate controversy such
as the 19)71 break-in of
Pentagon Papers figure Daniel
Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office.
Still unclear on the eve of
the spccch was whether Nixon
would publicly voice his
reported unhappiness with
w~hat he considers the
partisanship of the Senate
9 atergate committee and the
probe by special prosecutor
Archibald C:ox.
Warren, in announcing the
speech time, said there would
be "possibly an accompanying
sittaaimentresp nse to alleaga iore
raised before the Senate
Committee and elsewhere.
The address and written
statement will be the first steps
in what is shaping up as a
concentrated effort by the
Pe ietf to ovrcome adverse


is nothing for us to be worried
about. The other side has
suffered heavy losses by
bombing over the past few
.weeks."
Rumours circulated that In
Tam would resign from the
post he has held since
mid-May. He denied having any
such plan. *

T WO MORE


In1 a letter to U..S. Att\.
l~Ive P'residenrt sarid he would
ha~ve the~ Itccordts availa~le
inuned~tiartely for inspe~ctionr aid
ccopy ing~ at hIs off~icet in tle
~xec~utive office building.
Ifowvevr, AgFnew made c~lear
only to, his OWii financial ;Irid
incemnle tax records sought hy
the 'rosecutor' s office andt not
the oflfic~ial records of thle Vice
President.
"You,; undecrstanld that. hI
tillakn thcse records available
(0, \ou,ll d ( not ac~knowledge c
that yo(u or aIny grand lur
have any right to records of the
Vicec President," Anw
declared.
"Nor do I acknowledged the
propriet)y of aly grandi me
inlvestigation of pocssible
wrongldoing. on the part aIt the
Vice President so long as he
oCuie~lis that office." he said
"These are dif ic~ult
constitutional queshouns which
11eed nott at this momeriint he

AgBnew alsol said he would ~
et ( per sti in an H 1 uld l
hlappi to, meet withi them "f~r
a pecrsonalc interview so that I
mal3 ;Inswer ant querstio~ns i nu

( op~ies of~ Agnlcw'\ letter
o~ff~ce as thle V!ice Presidenrt s
Ba l i in atre w it h t he
proscu~ltir's staff.
Be~all hard asked A~gnew~ to
vlnri turn over hs
finandal.il andc taIX lecordS da~ting
hadl. to 19)(>7 for examination

int C n et on \ ti it 3edeal

coinspir ai! I as 0
i gnew's Iiwy ers said lhe}
wo~uldl r~e pondt t tus wc ck.
said through a spokesman that
he wanted the fccedral
ire~ sti n -s in take all
apl"proptime step~ int probing

GIRL SERIOUSLY



KENNEDY CR ASII
ifYIANNIS. MASSACHUI-
tteen ag e grll ma!- hale milffered

two, soni of ther Luei~ Sen~tor
Rlobert Kcrnnedy
SsP ektsmnan at ap kC P
C~od hospital said Pamnela
Klsah~elly, 19. s 01C terille 1
seai r lis incrori tusi
night withi a b~roken spine and
broken leg .
She unde~rwent three-hlour
o~perationr \Ilnd~! night that
the hospital \aid was
suic~Cssful ~lf The Pert;jIo was
ierlt mete (`r 1 Tithad trge
two, colleagues flow\n fromi the
Laheyor sal rn Bus~t n >ears,
to, deternline the extent of
palralists, and~ w~hether~ It would
hel petrmannt rt
Ma~rgaret K~lly, sold.. we
\\o c~lt knorw fo~r tw~o week~ "
Searl< l hr wa 11e th 1(

jeep ype` Vehic~le' driven by
.Joseph P. Ketnned) Ill. .'0. T~he
Car ove~rturnedl on a Nantic~ket
Island~ roaLd Mond11~ ay afternoon
All wre flo~wn fromn the
Island to C.ape C'od Hlospital
where Mliss Kell! Mary

brother. D~avid A Kennedy,
18. were horspitallied .
T'he younger Kennredy
nleftrted ad bac~kbsre pe M s
7`e were reported In good
Joseph Kenne~dy has cuts


and bruises~. Others who were
released after hospital
treatment for minor injuries
were Patricla Powers 18
Spring! Lake. yew Jersey
F~rancesca Deconis. 19,
('enterville, and K~im Kerlly, 17
runela's sister '

chagd^ with enn yatingwa;
motor vehicle negligently so
that the lives and safety of the
public might have been
e~ndangeroid N tndu eto apper
court.


reports that Angew may have
beecn involved in the alleged
bribery and kickback scandal.
Deputy White House press
secretary G~erald L. Warren
said Nixon was not intervening
in the investigation and had
not sought a report on it from
the Justice Department and he
denied reports that Nixon and
Agnew had discussed the Vice
President's resignation.
Those stories, as well as
reports that Nixon opposes
Agnew's turning his personal
records over to the grand jurry
"are totally wrong," Warren
inisisted.
1rle, Agnew's press
secretary, J. Marsh Thomson.
sarid he thought Agnely
probably was leaning toward
icompying with Beall's request
for the personal records.
"I would not find it
surprising if it develops that
the lawyers are proceeding in
that manner," he said, adding
that Agnew intends to
"'provide everything which is
pertinent at the appropriate
time.,,
NO C'OMMENTS
a 1gneT w rked inb his offi ~
unavailable for comment.
Beall held a news conference
in his Baltimnore office Tuesday :
at whiich he answered all
questions with a "no
comment." He would not
even identify individuals with
whom he had appointments.
"We're in a frustrating
position of being mluzzled."
Beall told equally frustrated
necwsmien. "It's not my choice.
Couurt rules require that we can
say~ nothing."
Dale Andecrso n, the
Baltimocre C`ounty executive
and o~ne of the men under
investigation by Beall's grand
jury. said at a news conference
that a former county
admlrinistrative officer had
solicited cam paig n
contributions from developers,
Anlderson told reporters the
co(,ntributions were, on
occasmon, funneled through
William E. Fornoff and said all
the transactions were legal and
Teputted.
Last Jue I onff, 56
pleaded guilty to a federal tax
violationr and resigned from the
clunltS post he hadf held.
Before entering a plea, Fornoff
told the grand jury that since
1967 he hias funneled cash
kickbacks from several local
con tract Ors to another
Baltimocre C'OUnty Official
The ciefh judge of the U.S.
district court in Ma~ryland told
the Associated Press in an
interview that a new presiding
judge, probably from another
state, will be assigned to the
posti 1 as ealy pa this wcea '
The judge who empanelled
the pand jr and cu retl
supervises it is C. Stanley Blair'
Maryland secretary of state
the chef f taf tn Anae
when he became Vice President,


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his aides during the months
following the Watergate break-in.
They are being sought through
court action by Watergate special
'prose~ceaotre Aia e Coomard tbe'
The White House is arguing
against their release.
In responlsr to a question, Mrs.
Cox is reported as saying Nixon let
founeertai tap s beaus Hadman
had been at the particular meetings
and the tapes were to refresh his
memory.
Haldeman told the Senate
committee, however, that he had
chsobeen sent tapes ofterntibu
decided not to, listen to those.
taprs. Co sai 0isa ehe weivs tt"
historical purys.


WASH(INGTON() (AP')- Tricia
Nixon C~ox was qluote~d today as
saying "'I knowv my father will never
give up thle talpes becaluse that
ccmipdtel uti nm he cu systslm o
government. c.
In an interview published in the
washingto~n star-News, the
President's older daughter was
noted pas tsaying:t slfhecwere a
imagine what would be asked for
next? They could ask for anything,
because a precedent would be set,
and it would be a terribly
dangerous precedent to set if' the
Iesipdent was required to givs up
he didn't want to."
The tapes are recordings of key
conversations involving Nixon and


Who Grthat


Wednesday, August 15, 1973.


FEARL STALIS In

WAKIEOF V.ISLES

RIlIC OF TEllOR
CHARLOTTE AMALIE, ST.
THOMAS, (AP)- Gov. Mehvin H.
Evans of the Virgin Islands has
prescribed calm and caution to
counter "fear and apprehension"
:ha muh ty int e a of no
of homicides and the guilty verdicts
in the Fountain Valley murder case.
pe ple of tohe trtitor oer dradi
and television network Monday
night in a speech which, according
anounacement, waTM sc uled uobe
devoted to the agenda of the special
session of the Legislature which is
to open today.
Instead Evans abandoned the
remarks he has prepared to talk of
the tumultuous conditions on St.
Croix where violent death by
Gunshot, bludgeonings and
shtrangu ationtha sabecome almost
His broadcast came within hours
after the conclusion of the
Fountain Valley murder trial and
vh izar ur nfr of hec five
by air to Puerto Rico. ox
On Sunday, the day before, the
manager of St. Croix beach resort,
SanleblaRadulovich,swas killed b
pleaded for mercy. g
Last Friday on St. Croixa
74-year old woman, Mrs. Elizabeth
Hardy arche daughter Leaaura
their homes for no apparent reason
He called on all residents to
report suspicious activities to the
police ntar to take chances, to
s tchman for onwur ne gh usa
house."
He said the public will be advised
The governor called a special
meeting with members of the
legislature at Government House
this morning to discuss the entire
crime crisis.

FIR ED INI BIS


WATERGATIE

STATEMENT
Ro uInvel


I


soMBING HALTED TODAY


US pilots assigned


their last bomb


targets in Cambod xa
By George Esper
PHNOM PENH (AP)- American pilots were assigned their last
targets in Cambodia for Wednesday morning strikes before the
congressional bombing halt designed to get the United States out
of its combat role in Indochina.
The halt was imposed international airport
begin ning 0 4 0 gmt The fate of the capital of 172
Wednesday. That is 11 a.m. million, including thousands of
Wed d P ehnes ay in Pnom Pn, refugees, was open to
giving the U.S. warplanes time s p ecula t ion T he
for a last morning of bombing anti-government forces loosely
runs before the end of their surround Phnom Penh and
intensive eight-year air control an estimated 80 per
campaign in Indochina. cent of the country niilitarily.
The 7.4 million tons of Premier In Tam of
bombs and' other explosives Cambodia vowed his
rained by the United States on government would "fight along
Indochina since 1965 was three with the people until the final
times the amount the United victory, both militarily and
States used in World War II and politically."
10 times the amount in the He said in an interview that
Korean War. despite the bombing cutoff,
The bombing during recent "our American friends are still
months has been credited with providing us with more
a large role in keeping the material to modernize our
Cambodian government of army. The situation here is
President Lon Nol in power- very much improved and there


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A new a rees to give


130tSOnal--but not VP-- iii;


recor ds to help probe

WALSHINGT`ON (AP) Vice President Spiro T. Agnew said
Tuesday~ le would make his personal records available to federal
prosecutors probing political corruption in Maryland. He also said
lIe was agreeable to a personal inten'iew.


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meeting people o~f all races and religious backgrounds, I seemi to ,
fit in easily at every level of life. I have been living In Coral G;ables
f'or only a short time and I am already a part of the community
... it is surprising the number of people wh o are urging mie to stay

I an quickly establish myself in any society because I have no
Inhibitions. I meet princes and treat then with the respect due to
their rank but with no inner feeling of inferiority. I m~eet beggars
and treat them with kindness and consideration, remnembering the
observation made by St. Augustine when he saw a depraved man
on the street: "There but for the grace of God go I".
None of us are responsible for our birth. We are not responsible
for our family. We didn't choose then ... they are ours by an
accident of birth.. We are judged by our own standards in life and
by the company we keep because they are our own choice.
"Every man will have his own criterion in forming his
judgment of others," wrote Richard Cecil. "I depend very much
on the effect of affliction. I consider how a man comes out of the
furnace, gold will lie for a month in the furnace without losing a
grain."
And wrote Arthur W. Newcomb: "The character and
qualifications of the leader are reflected in the men he selects,
develops and gathers around him. Show me the leader and I will
kno v erne Sho me sthea me abnadkI wol know their leadecr2

esabihriaapla dgoer himself i lf where seis accepted on his



nc ea an an .o th gv hi rthas a rde ten mntain. But tt '
are not absolutely necessary in building individual character and
success.
If you look back far enough in any family or national record
you will find that they all had small beginnings. They all started
to build at some point in their story. And very often a single
individual was the rock on which a magnificent human structure
was reared
Bearing this fact in mind a man or woman in every
generation of a family has the opportunity to make himself the
rock.
The important thing is not to accept false values .... not to
allow yourself to be influenced by what is considered the popular
thing to do. Make sure that you do the right thing in your own
conscience. It may not be the popular thing. But that doesn't
matter. In the beginning it miay not be easy to buck the tide. But
if it is right it is bound to come out on top on the long stretch
and you will be respected for your courage in setting y.our own
course-

What are the things we should value and cherish?
Somne years ago I was ill in the Princess Margaret Hospital in
Nassau. A charming Cat Island girl was my nurse. I encouraged
her to talk with me .... to tell me all about herself.
One day she told mie about her childhood in a sim le village in
Cat 1san dre ni d er wa slo sena Se tias a big girl

The family had all the food they needed -- produce from the
field, fish from the sea and they enjoyed a life of complete
freedom, without restrictions or pressures or disappointments of

anye n s married. Her husband had a good job. She made good
money as a nurse. They had children. They had a good home.
I asked her about thte kind of life her children led. She said that
they had much more than she ever had as a child .... but that they
lacked a quality of life that money cannot buy
From the moment she opened her eyes in the morning at Cat
Island 1h was frcee aa a bird. She went and came as she shed

children were confined to their house with nowhere to go ald
nothing to do. They were prisoners of an affluent society!
Asked her whether she would like her children to lead tie
simple life she had experienced at Cat Island. She said nl,.
Although she felt that it was a better life she wanted her children
to enjoy broader advantages.
**********

vill e udnabethat stad let ba niemory was spent in a
Capt. Leonard Thompson represented Abaco in the House at
the time. A vessel was being launched by the people of the
settlement. He invited the late Sir George Roberts anid mec to go
with him to the launching for the day. Hie flew us to Abaco in his
own plane.
It was really a wonderful day among wonderful people. I have
described the events of that day in thiis column before andC So) I
won't repeat it today. But, without realizing it, those people werec
nearer the real things of life than we who came from Nassau to
"'honour" (?.)themnwith our presence.
When we were leaving a young girl asked for a lift to Nassau.
She had to see a dentist. I could see by the way she looked at us
on the flight to Nassau that she felt elevated to be travelling in
the company of men who, according to the world's standards,
were successful in life. Little did she know that she and thle
people of her village had the better part .... and that I envied
then the security and peace of mind afforded by a simple life.
I aml not suggesting that people should not aspire beyondc thle
village level because, without the urge of ambition, society would
stagnate and cease to grow. But I say with Andrew Carnegie that
people who had small beginnings can carry into life a rich heritage
that can act as an anchor when they get up in the clouds.
**********
That's the thing that is wrong with Government in the
Bahamas today. Most of these mien cannot value what they had
because they are ashamed of where thiey camne from. They are
greedy for an image and, in trying to create an image on a fatlse
premise, they destroy the things that are of moust value to them
They thiink that money is of prime importance and so they
are vulgar in their pursuit of it. They resent what they describe as
their former white masters and then proceed to be more vicious
than their former rulers had been to thlem.


**********
One of the most glaring exhibitions of an inferiority complex
was Mr. Oscar Johnson's ratings for the erection of a statue to a
black woman in the public square as a symbol of Bahamian
mlothe rhood.
Throughout his speeches there was a deep consciousness of the
prevalence of illegitimacy in the islands. It seemed that he wanted
to blame this evil on the white man.
White men had their illegitimate affairs with black women but
all the time most of the bastardy was caused by black men who~
had no respect for their own women folk.
There are several illegitimate men and women holding
prominent public places in the colony today. Not a single one of
them was fathered by a white man.
illegitimnacy is a terrible thing. Nearly all the illegitimate people
I have known suffer from a complex especially if they have an!
success in life. But the shame is not theirs and they have no
reason to hang their heads.
Indeed, the relations among white and black people in most
places in the world are now being normalized. Today white mlen
marry black women and white women marry black men without
any hesitation. And so, if the rate of illegitimacy in the colony'
doesn't decrease, it isn't because white mien still go hunting dark
fleshl inl the night .... it is because black men have not yet
dignified the women of their race with the respect they deserve.
***...+..*
Remember .... somewhere, at some time, someone has to start
laying a good foundation for his family or his country.
That person can be YOU. But no foundation can endure when


*****X***:!-
F;OOTNOTE~ TO HIISTORY:' Ini onrc of1 mi recent~ aitic~les I sarid I
thought tha~t asIlc~ was;l thle most)5 p~rc~ioull at .11ll gits. I feclt that1
~int lejians ntsI t 1 rl rt,! ( 11

'1 ani luc~k!." hC said. "I ami pald hu, do~ingl the onle thlin 1
**********

It is easy rin the wocrld to live after thle world's o~pinions. it is
eaSy inl solitulde to live after o~ur ownvr: but thec G;reat Mani is ie
who in the midtst of` the crowd keecps ~irth Dellectcl sweetness thc
independence of so~lituide.
t.MER:SON
**L*******
Doubt whomn you will but never. doubt voulrself.


She Gribune
NUrLLI~s ADDorerus JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Boundr ToI Swear ToI The Dogmnas Of Nro M~aster
L.EON E:. I1. DU!P!t`WH, Publisher/Fditor 1903J- 1914
SIR ETIFNNE D)UPUCH.O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Purblither/Editor 1917-197,
Contributing Editor 1972 -
EILEI-N DIlPUCH~' CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B..
Publisher/Editor 1972 -
Published D~aily MoLnday to Saturday


Byv ETIL:NNE 1)C!PUCll
EVER'r AFTERNOO( N at 4..30 thec M~erv Griffin Show comies
on TV's Channel 4.
tht is all in ;rrinal "1I;"likert iir ltrichra smal grtu ef star

foroa inte i el by 11er. Thfe~ inldulgc e inl a game of cross-chatter


wit pesolairtuliis ll iate I < 1 lit ctci e atd frmo oo
'These people are declighlttul because they are free from
inhibitions. They are niot ashiarnedt of their origins and so they
talk freely about their early struggless inl life-
One of these mieni stated withlout embarrassmen t that he had
had six weeks of scho~clinig whncl hie was eight years old. But he
talked intelligently anrd was capable of taking care of himself in
thle k~nowledgeable wo~r ld by which he was surrounded. H~e was
self`-eduiated in thle IUniveivity of Ha;rd Knoc~ks-
'.*;:il**: *
The other day' Mery hadtr a moist interesting group on the stage
with him .... a Jew.; an Italian,. a Spanliardd and a French woman,
all revealing chlaracteristics and tempellramelnts peculiar to their
own national batckground.
They were all remliniscing about their early days when the
Italian salid thlat thiey cannot implress onl their children hiowy
fortunatie theyl\ are beciauSe thc\~ wou(ldn'~lt und1Cerstand.

11e jI ht(tt < 1, tl arl niu c h~iltl m'I," he Sa1id wVithl a far-aIwaz
look in his eyecs. "Ouir famiiilies were bound together in poverty
p casssoe i~ iledd et c~l/ other. Amenric~a has lost its richest
He recalled the atil bb fthe a .orrwh etta ews
a failure because he was often olut o work and they had little to
live o~n. But far froml being a failu~re. he was an anchor, an
inspiration inl thle househlc~lld.
Ibecau~se he wasi tf~ten1 oult oft w~ollk his t;father spent a lot of time
with thie children. Hlis fatther neCve haid the chalnuc to play
fctba~ll but whecn he becamlle ai memllber of1 a f`ootball teaml the old
miant aici 1e to~i h !ol the I bll fr himri rc kick practice shots inl their

Thlis Jewish perfoirmer boasted that thecy had a1 racial tradition
tha~t wenlt back over 4.00)0 years. There were always c~eremlonies
in their household to remind themI1 of their racial heritage. Once a
year .... every yealr beforeT Israell became a homeland for the Jews
... they wotuld declare that "next year o~ur people will go back to
Jerulsatlem". This was a pledge thie Jewish people had repeated

oAe id~t t cel lie turies .. thisu is thle problems for the Negro in the
U~.S. to~day. Hie hias no( i(,ck oni whichJ to bulldJ und.as a result he is
frustrated. usn **
Thiis brief talk igniited a spark tha~t set everyone in the groip
telling sto~ries about theil nearly lives. Most of these stories centred
around their mo~thcrs. Thei miothecr ha:s always been the anchor in
any well ordecred hlome c
Some o~f thle stories mayt hiave sounded ridiculous to anyone
wh 1a I f eyeni 111r\~l b
Ihad very; little whenll I was~ gro~wing~ up. Thie island was poor
and just aboutt everyonlte listed simplle famlily lives. By contrast~our
chlildreni have hiadl everything I wantrted as a child but never got.
My wife andJ I have given o~ur chlildren an1d grandchildren too
a warmi family life but, desp~ite thiis fact, i have of ten told them
that I got more' fun out ofI life as a child then they did.
Surrounded by plenty, ife has~ held~ not surprrises for then. They
never really learned how\LII to play. I have lotng realized that in life
too mucih ofI anyth~ling i\ wocrse thantr too, little, especially for a
chili.
Andrew Ca;rniegiie, a poor Amic~ianl boy who became
falbulously wea:lthy andt establishedr several imiportanit foundations
for thle adlvallcncmen of art.edcatic;iion and thle sciences, once said:
"I iongilrrlltulate poetI youngI men~l upon1 beingl born to that ancient
andi honoulllrable degree whfichl rendlers it necessary that they
shouldl dcvote themseilves to, hardn work'.
As~ I htave said inl thiis coclumnir before .... the imiportant thing in
life is to, know\v whncl you!I hlave enougicyr, so, th1at youl never go on
endlesscly pulrsuing! Il;lth (pm o goldl at thle rainbow s end".
.****X*****
Ilr am riding this artiile bciause of' the incidental observations
mal~de byv thle JewLish1 ac~ts, onI the comllplCees xcperienced by the
;IverageC Negro, in the 0 .S.
Ireicogni/e hiow imnportalnt it is to ha3ve a background and 1
underst andt howM somrle people teel because they don't have an
anlchor~ inl the~ilr pSt.
I have told youtl this \Itory before .... but I will repeat it briefly
to~day bccaurse It applies to thisl JIsculssiol.
During a lunche~onl pr~ciodC at a cocnference in Turkey a few
years ago, I sal aIt a table wvith. amtonlg others. a Turkish woman
itourna;list. SheL wa1s obhViouly aI working girl withl not a great deal
ofi "thlis world's good,~s". I sat nlext tOtl an Amlericanl editor whose
whole appearan"CeC exulded SulclCes and prosperity.
in thle course of` c~onversationt the Turkish woman talked
casually about evenits that had1~ takent place in Turkey 7,000 years
agt.
T~he prosperous AmeitricaHn sitting next to mec whiispered in miy
emr: "Aindt to think that I cam1e fromn a towni thiat is only 100
years old!"
'That working womnan possessed a national heritage that
aroused even the admliration of' thle wealthy Ameiricani whose
na~tio~nal standard has beenr thle "Almiighity Dorllar" .... that is no
longri~~ so miigity.
*r****+****
During thle political campaign in Nassau last year Deputy Primne
Minister Arthiur Hanna made a public speech in which he made
somle sniide remarks about myF famrlily.
Ithien wrote a series of articles in which I traced a long record
of Iroluntary public service inl thle colony by my) famiily who have


lived in thle islanlds fori six generations.
The day after thle first article appeared I had a visitor. He was a
b lack Barbadianl who was in Nassaui from London covering the
election champaign for Reuters of I indlot.
ile said hie wanted to micet mie because there were very few
famtnilies inl thle West Indiecs especially among coloured people
who had a background to trace. HeC h itself didn't have much of a
background but hie hiad risen above this hamndicap and didn't
Sallow it to influence his public conduct. He felt that I had an
anchor and so, be wanted to see whiat I looked like.
This miust be trute because iln mY travels all over the world,


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EDITOR, TIhe Trlbune,
A group of c~ituenrs. patrons
of Miller's ilLfe Hte~l
situated on the corner of
Andros A~ve ;nt Palmetto
Street w athed with
al prch en ion chldllren resridn

corner of this very husy cross
ro~ad. ('ars and motor cyc~les go
spee~ding by unmindful of the
pocssibilities of accidents which

()ur observations resulted in
the formation of Miller s
wih life Wel ture mul o< idCtu
welfare of the children.
pnlonty being given to the
povis imo a af pla~n fjiel <

Ilowards this end we have
c~onsulted Mlr. Sinc~lair O>utten
the representative of the
constituency who has pledged
his fullest support and
informed us that p~clreluinary


feel aIs parents the desire to,
heclp

Mi lr's Mir Le nlairne at
Social Club will be next
Monday evening at 9) under the
patronage of Mr. and Mrs.
()ultten and a cordial invitation

iterese ino thetowelfar prall
social activities of our youth.

BERT A. CAMBRIDGE,
President, Miller's 11i-Life
Welfare & Social Club.


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(1 h so' ela phsical
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nlyself I only rarely feel
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depends where I am and mood


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you've thought about it much. If you have thought about it occasionaly you'll probatbly guessj that it was caused by
a shock in childhood or there being somethingg wrong" w th the child


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Terms: 10 per cent of the purchase price at time
of sale and balance on Cornpletion.

Dated this 3rd. day of August, 1973.



ALL THAT Iot of land situate on the Southern Side of
Cambridge Stree t inthe Western District of thelIsland
of New Providence aforesaid and bounded on the
NORTH by Cambridge Street on the EAST by land the
property of David Solomon on the SOUTH by land the
property of Ethelyn and Virginia Braithwaite and on
the WEST by land the property of Norman Sands.
Mortgage dated 7th December, 1966, LEONIE
CUMMINGS to National Bank of the Bahamas Ltd.
Recorded at Registry of Records Volume 1101
pages 179 to 184.
The sale is subject to a reserve price and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person on her behalf to
bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10per cent of the purchase price at time of
sale and balance on completion.
Daled this 23rd day of August, 1973.
ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land situate in the
WESTERN District of the Island of )rlew Providence
and being Lot No. Seventeen (17) of Block No. One (1)
of the Subdivision known as Baillou Hill Estates
which said piece parcel or 199 of land is bounded
NORTHWARDLY partly by Lot No. Eighteen (18) of
Block No. One (1) and partly by a road res rvation
and running thereon jointly One hundred and nineteen
(119) feet more or less EASTWARDLY by Lot No.
Sixteen (16) feet more or less EASTWARDLY by Lot
No. Sixteen (16) in Block No. One (1) and running
thereon Sixty-three (63) feet more or less SOUTH-
WARDLY partly by Lot No. Twenty-five (25) and
partly by No. Twenty-six (26) of Block No. One (1)
and running thereon jointly One hundred and nineteen
(119) feet more or less and WESTWARDLY partly by
Lot No. Twenty-two (22) and partly by Lot No.
Twenty-three (23) of Block No. One (1) and running
thereon Sixty-three (63) feet more or less.
Mortgage dated 13th December, 1965. ROLAND E.
MOSS to the National Bank of the Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in the Registry of Records in Volume 936
pages 277 to 283.
The sale is subject to a reserve price and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person on his bahalf to
bid up to that price.
TERMS:10~per cent of the purchase priceat time of
sale and balance on completion.
Dated this 23rd day of August, 1973.


shine Park Estate" laid out by Charles William Sands
and situated on the western side of Baillou HIll Road
approximately 1500 feet south of the lun~ction o
Carmichael Road and the said Baillou Hill Road i
the Western District of the said Island of New
Providence and which said piece parcel or lot of land
is bounded on the south by Lot Number Two, hundred
and Ninety (290) on the said plan and rulnnlng thereon
Fifty (50.0) feet on the West by Lot Number Two
hundred and Eighty-six (286) on the said plan and
running thereon Eighty four and Five tenths (84 5)
feet on the North by a road Twenty flve !25) feet wide
on the said plan and running thereon Fifty (50 0) feet
on the East by Lot Number Two hundred and Eighty.
eight (288) on the said plan and running thereon
Eighty-four and Five tenths (84 5) feet an~d shlch1 said
piece parcel or lot of land has such povirston boun
daries marks shape and dimensions as -i! shown on
the said plan of the said subdivision: told in: the
Crown Lands Office of the Colony in 'L: said City of
NSSAU AS Number Four hundred and Sevienty three
(473) N.P.
Mortgage dated Ist October. 1966;: WILFRED
EDGECOMBE to International Batnk and Trust
Company (Nassau) Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1039 at pages; 242 to 248
The sale is subject to a reserve pr !ce and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person -n hIs behalf to
bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10per cent of the purchase price at time of
sale and balance on completion
Deied this 3rd day of August, 1973



ALL THAT piece parcel or fit ': ~:lii
the SOUTHERN side of !Ii ri
Southern District of thep .
Providence and bounded on; th- ,: i i!i

udrdr (olnO) fr tt or t er FAi, i- i
formerly the property of onei~ t!! i,. !rl
running thereon One hundred (lxC,:r us,i :in
SOUTH by land now or formerly tie;1 pe~r of
one Joseph Deveaux and rira~ i!ni;~, On
hundred (100) feet and on the WrESTbUdnw
or formerly the property of one:i T o~r-as A.
Pedican and running thereoni Onie h~r11i ed (0)

Mortgage dated 30th August i.' : ;;!!
and Weavis Smith to Nasslraui~ Ba ll.l & T i Lti.
Recorded in Volume 1989 pagej 456 4 i
The sale is subject to a reserve~ pi lri . i !
right for the Auctionteer behalf to bid up to that pri~c.


1. ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being part of a
tract of land known as Coconut Grove situate in the
Southern District of the Island of New Providence
aforesaid and is set out as Lot Number One (1) in
Block Nine (9) of the said Coconut Grove filed in the
Office of the Crown Lands of the Colony of the ath
August, 1944 and being numbered 163 athe said piece
parcel or lot of land being bounded on the EAST by
Lot Number Eight (8) in Block Nine (9) in the
bJoundary and running thereon One hundred and
Twlenty-four (124) feet WEST by Second Street and
running thereon Fifty (50) feet and on the NORTH by
Bahama Avenue and running thereon One Hundred
and Twenty-four (124) feet.
2. ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being Lot No.
Eleven (ll) in the Subdivision known as Glendale
situate on the Northern Side of Soldier Road in the
Eastern District or the asaid Island of New Proydence
and bounded NORTHEASTWARDLY by a Thirty (30)
feet wide road reservation and running thereon One
hundred and Eleven and Seven hundredths (111.07)
feet EASTWARDLY in a curve by the /unction of the
said road reservation and Soldier Road
SOUTHEAS'TWARDLY by Soldier Road and running
hethereon Thirtydilve and Sixty hundredths (35.60)
feet SOUTHWESTWARDLY by Lot No. Ten (10) in
the said Subdivision and running thereon One hun
dred and Twenty-seven and Forty-four hundredths
(127.44) feet and NORTHWESTWARDLY by Lot No.
Thirty-four (34) in the said Subdivision and running
thereon Fifty (50) feet which said piece parcel or loi
of land has such position boundaries shape marks and
dimensions as are shown on the diagram or plan
attack hed to a Certificate of Title dated the 2nd August*
1962 and grated to Cecil Ronald Cartwright by the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands on its Equity
Side and now of record in the Registry of Records in
the City of Nassau in Volume 541 at pages 381 to 384
and is designated thereon by the Number
11. Mortgage dated 26 May, 1966, ELLIS ARNOLD
BANNISTER to National Bank of the Bahamas Ltd.
Recorded in Vol. 993 pages 567 to 574
The sal e is ubject to a reserve price and to the
right of the Auctioneer or any person on his behalf to
bid up to that price.
TERMS: 10per cent of the purchase price at time of
sale an balance on completion.
Dated this 3rd day of August, 1973.


ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land being Lot
Number Two hundred and Elghty-seven (287) on the
Plan of the Subdivision called and known as "Sun-


Auction to be held on Saturday, 8th Sept., 1973 at 12 Noon in the

Parking Lot, East of The Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay Street


PHILIPS

FOR LAST NG VALU E
PHIUIPS




TAYLOR INDUSTRIES

P. O. BOX N-4806 TEL. 28941-5


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When a stranger asks a
question are you embarrassed?
(1) I used to be but now miy
stutter is much milder in fact
now I'm quite pleased to be of

() Years back I used to feel
real bad but now I feel I can
control it (the stutter) better
(3) It depends on my mood.
There are days when I have
avoidd inspekin istit at onsn

they turn their head away.
Do you do your share of
talking in any one day the
same as you would do if you
didn't stutter?
(1) I do now as there is a
necessity in my job.
(2) I don't do my share of
talking that's a fact
sometime I avoid this or that
person because of my
stuttering.
(3) Basically 1 love to talk
but I don't do my share of
talking. I'm doing this practice
thing trying to talk as much
as possible to eliminate the
blocks and tension.

Do you express much
hostility or any other kind of
negative emotion towards your
lstener
(1) I used to I used to
envy people (normal speakers)
-some people laugh.
(2) Sometimes I may get
upset but I try not to show it,
When I was at school I used to

ge1 ) oant think I get hostile
towards my listener -- I get
frustrated with myself I have
never hit my listener ridicule
caused me to stutter as a




Arrived today: Freeport II
fromi Miami
Sailed today: Freeport II for
Freeport


child .
When would you say you
stuttered more?
(1) WhenI'm tired my guard
is down and I stutter more
than i should or when I'm in
some situation where I've made
aa mistake or do~ne something
silly and I have to justify
myself.
This speaker pointed out
that all situations are
exaggerated when you stutter
and that a person who doesn't
stutter cannot even begin to
understand the feelings of
someone who does,
The session became looser
and more informal at this
stage. Suggestions were given
for the presence of stuttering
in the Bahamas. The first
speaker thought that three
factors were responsible:
(1) the prevalence of large
families in which children have
to compete with many
brothers and sisters for the
privilege of speaking.
(2) the prevalence of
matriarchal families in which
the mother has the added
burden of supporting her
family financially and
therefore has less time and
energy for patiently talking
with each individual child.
(3) the prevalence of
flogging of children
LHowever professional help is
available and nowadays no
stutterer need struggle on alone
with this distressing condition.
He can greatly improve his


speech fluency and in many
cases become as flue~nl as
anyone else.
T'he public can help by their
behaviour towards stutte~rers,
by never laughing at themn. ~\
never averting their giant:
when the stutterer is having
problems. by being patient and
not saying the word on whiich
the stutterer stutters for hun
and by teaching children to fo
the same. Stutterers are normal
people with a problems wrhlich
can be helped if people ac~cept
them as such. Patience is not
too much to ask from people
a wait of a minute will not
destroy a day's schedule which
many of us often di~SIParte 1(n
nonsense In any case.

Sandra Patricia Barn,1
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
G;ilton Bain of C'oconut G;ro.e
Avenue, was graduated onl June
I2 from Lake 'Taylor Hiigh
School, Norfolk, Virginia.
Sandra has an interesting
ambition. She intends to studyV
engineeing~ at college.
** * * *
Sadly missed by their muanyv
friends and colleagues wrill be
Edna and Ernie Minaya who
left Nassau on Sundial- fr
Nalshville, Tennessee.
E~dna, in anticipation of her
departure, recently resignled
her post as Assistant Dire'itor
of the Ministry of Educ~ation
curriculum division. I rmer is
thenprio ietoa of the C`aribbean


The a help care for
dn/ ala> atc in
Minny b
I ana inl be known
to ni n is and
Jenn 1 le liambi B
Hest 5 d:nt onentus of
11eburr \ al < allege in
Nashu e
,
John W n \ graduated a tim 1 nisersity
el North ( 1 w:th aH So
learce in unting
if e is gr uluate of St
Gregory a to let!e. Shawnee
Oklahoma and Gmernment
thyh SchooL losses


several hundred persons have beenl
reported dead or missing in those
countries.
POLICE SEIZE FRENCH
WATCH FACTORY IN FIGHT
BI SANCON, FRHANCE (AP)
Some 20 demonstrators and riot
po ie were injured early
PV dnesday in clashes around
E'rance's largest watch factory.
NI re tan 40pertsons were arre ed

t ee st n-howng wmnd tear
battle between the police and
diemonsrgl Swiss-owned but
bankrupt Lip factory was seized b)
police in a dawn raid Tuesday


FLOODS KILL 93
IN PAKISTAN
RAWALPINDII PAKISTAN (AP)
kil leasts9 oPak snis har< bn
in nationwide flooding, officials
salid Wednesday.
Thousands of head of cattlet have
drowneld and 3 million acres of
edo cro~ps have been damaged,
sair officials said 15 of the 19
admrlinistrativer districts in the
P'unjah have been declared disaster
areleavy rains, particularly in
Kashmrir, are aggravating the
alread! grave situation, they said.
India atdlia nglad fl ls,1 haed
ceen hthr ytenos n


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I he C`rporration has a vacancy in a challenlgin g
Ioitrion~l withiin the (comrute~r Progrrammiin g and

The~ suiccssf~ul app1lic~ant will be responsible for
asIs\jting~ in thec writingF of programmes for new
icomputelfr aIPplica;tionS in addition to maintaining
and1~ upldatint- curret~cl prograrmmes,
( anidalil~ tes~ sho(uld harve a high level of numerical
blt alongr wlith reCogn~isedI training in
I'rogrammnlng aIndl system~s. A minimum of three
!ears ex~peri nCeICt is re'quired with knowledge of at
least tale icompulter languages including BAL.
fKnocwledeeI' of the~ IBM~ 360 system would be an


Ihc positionl offers xcclle~nt opportunities for
tlutu~rc` progr`ssionl a~nd starting salary will be based
n,! the~ clua~lifiCatio~ns anld experience of the
\!uic'cessful aplplicantf. A comlprehensive fringe
henefi~it ,Indl pcnsionl plan is established within the
( iorpol';ration fr all cligiblle employees.
Appliiations in w~riting dhoulld be submritted to the
Assistant (;eniral Mlanagerr! P & .R. at Ba~ello's
Hea~d Oflficel ();lkes F~ield. P. O. Box N3048 to
rMuchl hlim not, later than11 Augu1st 22, 1973.


TIDES
fligh 7.45

Lowi 1.35
p.m.


a.m. and 8.00

a.m. and 1.41


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S parale 12 Watt Am~plifier, player and speakers take maximum
adivantagP of !'he acoustics In any living room, and ensure wide'
br iidara STEREOPHONIC reproduction of your gramophone
Th:e Phililps Compact Stereo chain Is fully teak veneered, to look
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KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on behalf of NASSAU BANK and

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INCLUDING OUR MACKEY & MADEIRA
ST. STORE 7A.M. TO 10A.M.


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COTTO SALAMI
OSCAR MIAYER
LUNCHEON MEAT
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BRAUNSCHWEIGER


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MORTONS BEEF/CHICKEN & TURKEY
POT PIES -oz 3/51.09


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SIR MILO, GUEST SPEAKERb

AT FLAMINGO DAY ~;


Wednesday, August 15, 1973-


ENTIRELY NE W DECOR


>~B~t I Mlll StIIE l tH CIIIillS
Continuous dancing except Thursdays
fro~i 010 p.m. until .
Cantonese Dmbing, 5at Sack fromr 7 p.rni
BRITANNIA BEACH HOTEL PARADISE ISLAND









PRIDCSS8

f tnches forop ties Internrational Ltd., has vacancies

1. Computer operator preferably with IBM
system/3 experience.
2. Keypunch operators, one of whomt will act js
data preparation supervisor
F ease apple to Persne OfiF rtMnr' InC Gle

a peor iws will be held in Nassau and Freeport by
appoint:::


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NO ONE UNDER ITADMIffEL


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The Job Servicin~g and repairing the initernationally
ren-owned langce of Recordak microfilmn equipme~nt

The Ma ckro phe apirit a could had ar~i el c!ii!
electrlcal circuits.

Further Training will be provided in the Un todf States by
the Eastma1n Kodak Comnpany ini thle operabon ri
m~aintenanrce anld repair- of valours types' of
photogra'phlc equipment

Benefits The company has a health scheme, a generous
staif d sco n of a fve-day week and three weeks

Salary t o be? egotlated oni exper ience and abi Ity
Apply in wabuiig to Keith Benj~amin, Island Mnen linits
Limited P O Bjox N3947, NaSSau.


NOW SHOWING THRU FRIDAY
Matinee Continuous fr om 2: 30, Evening 8:30
'Phone 3-466 6


NEEDS HELP NOW

MIIRACLE ESCAPE AS'
IRA BOMcB SCHOOL

14`111 151ac ul111~c~ ferrori sts
It \Ia hlenc Iiris, duri a r" ~ tl
Iroldiers ad Ihattein Iculicae 3helb o
<'r iit~ < me sail urt.11 s airat ic H11no
f`tholi attack shullttered l one of ther

Iuriete 48-h ourLllll periods tin


NotenIeand fr ma\ onts.
It asblmedo guederils a t
utawed Irish Rpulicn rm
An arms pokten ma saird two
rounds yourlodqed ing ride he,
Itrimeter o the how in the amane
truk thit and y a t e st oneb dii ng
dmay ed. ieed wt Dd'
"ils nod coti an effe i
spoke man sai. to ncre dtoaed

icokesman said "t the wre-
iihe wa andit would hael been


frmtiredness an
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Now thru Friday
Matinee Starts at 2: 15
Evening 9:00
"FISTS OF FURY" PG.
Bruce Lee

"THE DESER ER" PG
Bekim Fehmiu
Richard Crenna
'Phone 2-25 34


Now thru Fridla\
Continuous ShowingU
fromn 3
"SHENANDOAH" Pc
James Stewart
DouPhLcCluire

"WARKILL' PG,.
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.@ MMENT, wwo- g* SClWBQM
WILLIAM MARSHALL DON MITCHELL PAM GRIE
MIH COffMD COLOAe g. lr (star of .Cotff
SCIENCES

RIIAMS




PARENTAL I DISCREI:TION AD LTCS1: I>
SORRY NO PASSES A(CCEPTIT'L'


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I lanun e 1)ai in the liamnas

SI r 111 p k n t
"'enahan f Willite won
!. i,ne Ve \111 1 1, \tii ~ o


h Hhal u 10m ll
lurbo 1!th rw~ w


Ihesec coins were distributed
tr0` r each nielnherr of the
I'icturedi above, from left to~
!isfht are Mlr. James Nixon. Mr.
L(!lunils" Caional rut; L''s
Hutler. Sir Milo. Sam Nixon.
\Ill R.. Sweetnant,
executives director of Bahamats
' thec Bahamas National Trust.
lI e Sixons are the gamec
I lllaining colony at Grea~t

SO)FTBALL ACTION
Rlu.l.mas Wotrld in the first Next
I'rmidenice Softball Associa~tionr
user~i tonight 7 o 'clock at the Johln
L kennerdy Softball P'ark. In the
>~ndl game, I~reetowrn stopypers
rn et Flo~r industries


By Abigail Van Buren
c ina3 hr enicase manane-n. v. News syne., Inc.
1)EARC ABBY: Please don't think me foolish, but I am a
,55 yar-old woman [wfidowed nine years] and I have fallen
in love for the first time in my life. [My mother picked out
my first husband. and my one regret was that SHE never
had to livec with him.1
TIhis mant I love II'll call him Bob1 was separated from
his: wife wrhen, we met. He says he loves me and I believe
"trn. but he keeps~ going back to his wife. He is 58, but his
phy-: i<~ al condition is like a 30-year-old.
IRight norw Botb says he is definitely going to file for a
divorce I aisked him when, and he said, "Not until Nov. 19
becau~l our ?th wed~ding: anniversary is Nov. 18th, and I
don' t~!i untr t :ilp her! in the face before then "
waytii;;,!~ I bend over backwards to please this
man, blut I mulst be doing something wrong because after
lovini' him: fMr tin your 5: I still don't have him.
A CONN. MESS
11E th\ 111`Y: If ?iou e~ver land Rob you will have a
ve~ry anb r a~il.r tl usbantld. He patient until after his 25th
werddling annrivrme,;i~ arnd if he doesn't make the break
thecn. c~om~c ):lthank~; (iro: coock his goose
DEAM ~ill ir-st of all. let me tell you that I have
five chlildren. M1 ~ii hsan; d and I are getting a divorce and
he can 't help metr sil I amt going to have to raise these
children alone A, fter mny husband left, I found out I was
pregnant i arn t03 [arbalonganow for n abor dopton I
have giien ti ajj. lo't of thought and have decided if I were
to keep! it, it wouldn't be fair to the five children I have,
nor to the onet that s on thle ~ay.
I bxlelew ev~ery chikci should have two parents who
really wa~nt it P'lease don't give me a lecture. My mind is
made up, Ju ~t tell me where to go to give it away


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LAST DAY THURSDAY
Matinee 2:45 & 5r. Evening 9- 'Phone 2-1004, 2 100f


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PA4REN`jTALIDISC'RET70.~ .IO AITSID .(
Reservations not claimed by 8:45, will be soldi
on first come, first served basis


years at St Augustine's
( oileg~e and wa\ Ir members~ of
var aus c ho Il < rci p

p'resent fo~r thi, 11alss and the
receptionr wh~ichi will follow


FAITHE1;R BRHI11)O~LOMEW
Sales.. ( OSB~ w-il l celebrate hls
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( arthedtral o~n Sundlay. Auguist
10 30 pm athie'


\I~ ~trluated rirr nn te c~res of a hill ner luu re ; i a





paintsrc and~l troplhecuicatlgardens surround Ir /ni'.l Ir ( l, /\!i


rrrlttlring s7CIraing i~ti~dandc~ mi,,lpclr~ autdoor Julul a It \ .11
gi~tlevir Und (tha clarekthn 1 d a~~l hahrn clrt ri c frtrad\. ci,-!
Hc wiurhirc frata thes nrse cnd loortu diing srrcrroo 11 may/////< al ap
7?itsh kUl( a ftcl~c~r iS~ledian of irl (lage i'rlles will w~ri Iit ur
tor, thesoft rusti/hng~ ofru~rlc thepal s.

an~rJil nte~rprisin inivdall ocrt coman mine~s ]brwrdwth
a~~~~~~~~~~~7. fli ]ror l wrdchr adte nrg qird


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55-year-old widow- falls

111 lOve 'for first timne
DEAR NEEDS: No lectures from me. I agree, every
child should have two parents who really want it. [Some-
times, one is enough.1 Get in touch with your County Wel-
fare Information Center. Also. ask your doctor for guid-
ance. There are plenty of couples who desperately want a

DEAR ABBY: i am a single girl living in New York
City. I have my own car and I am dating a guy who
doesn't have a car. It takes about an hour and fifteen
minutes from his house to mine using public transportation,
but it's only 15 minutes by car.
I find myself in the position of picking him up and
taking him home whenever we go out.
Compounding the problem is the fact that I must use
the toll bridge to get to and from his house, which adds up
considerably for me.
I find this a very difficult adjustment as I have been
accustomed to having my dates pick me up and take me
home. Should I continue this pickup and delivery service?
He's not a native New Yorker, and is afraid to take the
subway late at night. DOOR TO DOOR SERVICE
DEAR DOOR: Thirty minutes in an automobile beats
two and a half in a subway, no matter who does the
driving. If he hasn't offered to pay for the toll, suggest it.
If he can't or won't pay for it, you will have to decide
whether dating him is worth the portal to portal service
you're providing.
CONFIDENTIAL TO SALLY: You won't meet anybody
sitting home. Go with the creep and look over the crop.
Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off year chest
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 89700, L. A.,
Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,
please.
For Abby's booklet. "Hoow to Harve a Lrovely Wedding,"
send 31 to Abby, Box nF700, Los Angeles, CaL Woe#.
FR. SAYLES CELEBRATING 25TH. ANNIVERSARY


JAMES
BOND





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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
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MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 8:30 A.M. 7:00 P.M.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8:30 A.M. 9:00 P.M., SUNDAY 7:00 10:00 A.M.


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SLASE HELP WANTED I


0T RIED COUPLE of
Bahamian status, to manage a
50 unit apartment complex.
Must live in Good wages,
apartment, office & utilities
included. Knowledge of typing
and bookkeeping essential.
Apply in writing to "THE
PRESIDENT, BOX N4939"
Nassau, N. P.


WA pED A male agent with
airline or travel agency
experience. For work at Nassau
International Airport. All
replies must be in writing and

o lly me w th a praene wl

C10867
GUITARIST-ARRANGER for
lo3a 4ad OaC Pau6 Hanna cio

C10864
Male Upholsterer Stitc-her. Call
Nixon 4-1298.

C10885
COOK, male, for Town
Chicken Bar B-Q. Call
5-9702.

SCHOOLS

C10828
REGISTRATION for the Day
Nursery (Toddlers) and the
Day School (Kindergarten)
cntainues at the OfficeM sf t
Chapel Montrose Avenue.
Shirley Heights, Tuesdays aid
Wednesday from OpaJ.m. to 9


PDimision 5 mon es To e ysr
Ages for the Kindergarten
Division 3 years to 5. Botti
departments open September
3rd. Further information may
be obaned from.the ot ag cor

Phone 24537^

ENTERTAINMENT
C10875
UNDER THE distinguished
patronage of Mr. Franklin
Wilson, M.P., and Mrs. Wilson'
Bahamian Women's Char-ity
Club presents a musical
concert on their 7th
anniversary at Wesley School
Room, Sunday 19th August,
1973, at 8.30 p.m. Proceeds in
aid of Persis Rodgers H-ome for
the Aged, Tickets $2.00.
Tickets can be obtained from
members of the club or at the
door or call 54258.

TRADE SERVICES

C10661





Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
&~ SHIPPING

SPECIAL QUOTATIONS

REASOLNEANBTLEERR EE
CONTACT LYMAN BINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434

C10798 *
THE ELECTRONIC LAB
TAYLOR STREET
Specialist in repairing sewing
w r ane, adio,I ew tce
appliances,

C10638
PATIO AWNINGS
AND CARPORTS
HURRICANE AWNINGS,
SHUTTERS, PANELS
John S. George*
& Co. Ltd'*
For free estimates and prompt
service call 28421'


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C10676
LARGE ONE BEDROOb4
a arment,e nice onfurnish~e

CHTESTER THOM8PSON REAL


C10651
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Montrose Avenue. Basic
f ur niture. 1 bedroom
airconditioned, washer. To
view telephone 2-1722-3.

C10663
4500 sq. ft. warehouse or
office space, available
immediately. Mon tro se
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.

C10845
COIfy1PLETELY FURNISHED
one bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted,
T.V. antenna, automatic
washer & dryer. $200.00
Phone 5-8512

C10839
NASSAU EAST Attractive
home three bedrooms.
aircond;itrioed, twio baths.
completely furnisnhed near
school. Phioner 58141 Monday
to Friday 9 a.mn. ov 5 p.mr.

C10886
For rent in City, Dowdeswell
Street. 3 bedroom: unf utnished
rtouse. Phone 5-41347 after
7:30 p.m.

C10834
5 PA CIOUS 2-bedroom
apartment newly decorated.
Completely f urnilshed. Lastern
district near harbour. 5300.00
Phone 3 1219

C10849
FURNYISHED LARGE 4
bedroom, 3 ba~throom house
with study, family room and
breakfast room. 2 iar enclosed
garage. Quiet nteighbourhood
Reti emnent Road. Phone



COOM ERCIAL BUILDING
Mont o~se Avenr e. 3200 sq. fo*

warehouse, $290.00 monthly.
Call 2-8165.

C10869
2 Bedroom, I bath unfurnished
house in Johnson Road
Estates. Completely walled in
Call 5-8803 or 4-2193 after 5
p*m-

C10883
TWO BEDROOM apartment,
overlooking ocean on Cable
Beach, Nicely furnished,
available Sept. 1st. Beach, pool
and laundry facilities.
Telephone 77222-

1N0E87BEDROOM apartment
completely furnished wall to
wall carpet air conditioned,
patio, laundry facilities.
$200.00 water included. Bay
Street, Eddies' Apartments,
Telephone Day 22227 night


CiO850
APPL eATIOsNS oare si vt

Personnel Manager located at
the Bank's international
hedqades t n Na su
Can tn erssihnould sa ve had
sev ral year an oxe i ne 188


banking overseas and possess
sui table professional
qu aificati~ons such Perso tee

Management Diploma.
Write giving a synopsis of
Qualifications to the Personnel
Manager, BOLAM, P. O. Box
N1262.

C10829
TWO CHILD-CARE assistants
(Female) for day Nursery
(Toddlers). Persons applying
should have an ordinary
standard of education, love
wookidng with twhildre araned
reference letters one of which
h!ou ld be from a Minister of

~o fil fpartic lar call ato the
'~iirion Chapel,. Pastor Esp J
rJottage or for appointment
3fut rs, oettag erc uPhone
a id W dnesdays 10 Jm, to)
i~m and5.3 p~m to9 p-
C10799
BUSINESS DEVELOPER -
Iinternational Interior and

"'thofices? sn NssauC p rne tie
e splf miotivated ivised ar J
develop significant new
business for the firm within the
Bahamats, the Caribbean and
southern Florida. An ability to
'meet and negotiate with
investors and top management
e essential. Experience in
Marketing and Promotion
preferred. Graduate degree in
Art, Design or a related
creative field with full
understanding of Interior and
Industrial Design necessary,
Bahamians only.
Senid letter with background
information to: R. Bolstad, P.
O. Box N7776, Nassau.
C10857
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
TRUST COMPANY
(BAHAMAS) LTD. P. O.Box
N1576, Thiompson Blvd.,
Oakes Field, Nassau Bahamas
TRUST AND COMPANY
M MANAGEMENT
ACCOUNTANTS
Thte Trust Comrpany requires
se veral ex erienced
acrcounltantss to maintain
finlancial records for personal
anid pension trusts and for
mranaged companies-
Excellent opportunities for
adva nemen rt are available
commenisuriatewith applicant's
experiecrie and technical
qualifications in the accounting
field
Applications to Mr. E.
L ight bournec, Personnel
Department, Telephone
24241/9.

COl721TLE: Bulk Loader
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Secondary
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years experience loading from
cement plant silos-
DuTo'ES/RES ONSlo ILceEr
and limestone into ocean goin9
ships, barges or bulk trucks.
INTERESTED> APPLICANT

DeONtetn~nt, Baham Perme t
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
A AS.rt Grand Bahama,

C10800
S TO RE: MANAGER
Responsible Bahamian, Age 30
to 35. Must have good
knowledge of selling beers,
spirits & French wines. Salary
$75.00 per week plus
commission. Reply in writing;
Adv. C10800 c/o The Tribune'
P. O. Box N3207, Nassau,
Bahamas.


;~S-i iE fuly futrnishied 3
;:,o:- house ist `Teirrce,

t rcsre Rampim 1 0 x
rgr~j idrl tandsra ed, ca
$;i 60,000. Phone 5-8311.

ni855
CONDO PROSPECT
RIDGE
e hdr om, ? 1/2 ats fulua

a nditioi,d gorgeous views,
13tOesn swimming rpoo .
;_cod deal.;~~ we 842,000.00.
iONDO; Baycroft 4th
r!oor, gorgeous views, has one
bedroom, one bath, use of
wirnmig pool, patio. Only

DIA L DAMIANOS 22033,
L'2305. eveniings 41197

C108344
EXCELLENT INVESTMENT
OPPORTUNITY
-5 LOTS *n BAHAMA BEACH
FREEPORT with paved roads
beach rights and docking
iaciiities offered as a package
at on-ly $150,000.00 with 1/3
down and the balance over 3
years with option to buy
adtacent property for further
development. Be the first to
coil Bill's Real Estate 23921
for full details

C10684
HARBOUR ISLAND desirable
elevated lot adjoining
Residency gund 82' x 13 x
93' x 1'. Pone 315
before 8 p.m.

FOR SAL,

ORiNE~R ;nt with 65 t. on
iidet!J & Tdder ts.
PALMDALE With furincshed
useij r., fort $25.000.00
AL AVINO 220133
%2305 evEninois 41197. *
-0852
; icre; wrvith 400 ft. onl Wulff
52_ ;lnd 100 ft~ on Soldier
a~ et tor sh pping
obl;:! e: ,ard ;jr anyth ir

P~iiLEY 5,TRtET ?22500
,q ft. suitable for Shopping
entr:el apartmrent:, offices
e-'duce~d tor ;luick sale
LtFvEY REET 8.500
- i suitable for commercial
-~(ret nS5T13qftT 2

ortivw~ilo e bepedd tiouse
d athi. 3 car garage,
Irlious cultivatedco roncl,

i~nture, professional Offices

CSHIRLEY PARK have four
ttrn!ijrom house, 2 baths high
.7nd dry, only $50,000.00
Newly~ painted, immediate
ojCCUPancy.
HOU01SE four bedrooms. 2 ;
baths, f urn ished, Off
LAKEVIEW AVENUE, only
$35,000.00.
GROVE gorgeous and
L.paCioS house, 2-car enclosed
garage, cultivated grounds 3

ectks rom hn pcoos e oub9

Irnrnaculately clean and well
kept. To see deal direct with
NICK DAMIANOS, AGENTS
22033, 22305, evenings 41197.

READ THE TRIBUNE


EX LOSIV E TL IIJ
Must fulfill following
requirements: Excellent health.
No criminal record. Extensive
experience in use of shaped
charges in underwater blasting
and safety regulations. Capable
of supervising workers on
explosive project. Knowledge
in use of electronic instruments

qusiired Jet Researmh contr r
Inc., P. O. Box 246, Arlington,
TeaUS.A.
Fexai t rviev, write P. O.Box
F-2410, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Attention: Personnel
Manager.
C6172
JOB TITLE: Bulk Loader
MINIMUM EDUCATION:

MI I UM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years experience loading from

mUTI S/ ES OSIBILITIES:
Performs loading of cement
and limestone into ocean going
ships, barges or bulk trucks.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONT AC T: Pe rsonnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama,
BAHAMAS.


C10637
T.V. ANTENNAS Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotels.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUS C, Macckey Street next to


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ARITSUPPLIES I
C10683
COMPLETE range of artists
supplies. Oils, acrylics, canvas'
easels, etc. Bahamian Paint
Supply Ltd., Bay St. Phone
2-2386, 2-28982


C10874
TWO STOREY Lovely three
bedroom, 2 bathroom --fully
furnished on, two lots two
workable fire places --located
off the Eastern Road. Worth
more than $55,000. Call, Leslie
T. Fox days 28012 nights,
42855


FOR SALE1 OR RENT
C'10771
3 BEC,-riOOL'S' onle bath
Joans Heights, Souith Beach'
See Philip R. Vargas. West, S.
South-Street on Cornier-

FOR RENT I
C10757
ONE & 2 Bedroom apartments
oenern l. Ch dg 5-8679 ask'

C10653
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one

aprame t. With large asvat

furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue retw n Sre~yhoannd

Laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airtconditioaled. Phone 5463)
~itei .mii and p.m.

C10652
2 2 *BEDROOM APART
MENTS consisting of living
dining room, kitchen and
bathroom, basically finished
- Twynam Avenue. Phone
5-8185.

C10660
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 batn
apartment, large balcony,
air con ditloning, swimming
rool,rshor tor long term. 80
days.


OFF6I E OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Imme iate

Inquire 4-2017.


C10836
STORE SPACE for rent: next
to Mlae's Beauty Salori i
Street. South. Phone 35350.
C10877
COTTAGES anid apar One, l
daily, weekly or men, i~!
aircoid itio nied, fully fuse~i :
maid sesvie availablet Lov -l

'"le' rime 3 1"'7,o 3 ~11


FOR SA\LE

C10860
PIGEONS at. J
$20.00 pair
day, 42045 night.

C10837
CHEST TYPE ~lFireer
lock, 500 lb capa~i < i,; i

SMALL PIANO AC .Oiir
Used onjv a 'ev

Phone 58141 Monl ti, ;


C108765pr
MILADY'S DRESS iSHE
5th~ T'errace
Claace Ctreville
everything in shop. in;_l:i :;
manikinls & comnplete in~clto


C ARS FOR SALE i

C10742
ISLAND MOTOR COMPA Fi -
1970 LTD.


C10820
ADVERTISING accountant
executive, contact 3-4999.

C10815
MALE MESSENGER over 17
years of age. Must own scooter
and have in his possession a
valid driver s licence. Apply in
person Nassau Dairy Products
LtdO Tho~mpson Boulevard

C10827
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 Ltd. at Oakes Field
requires Cleaner for new and
used cars. Must be honest, hard
wor-king and reliable. Apply:
Mr. G. Gardiner, Sales
Supervisor.


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phone 2-1722-3.


FOR SALE
BY OWNER
: Highland Park. 3
5,2 batht, havng'
kitchen, family room
tot, uity aoums u

d~ wall to wall carpet
:rapes throughout.
ely walled and lovely
pe. Airconditioned


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sivlTEdLY b acacr 5

: t le OceanT for sale
b Onii Write to Box
ji saw ahamnas.


LOTS WLITH- over 130
h at Spanish Wells
12,500.00 call 23921,


OOMi 2 2 bath 2 floor
home must sell. Terms
ntm-ent phone Petrat


A~t M~otor Centre
We Have
The Used Car
t91V/WAGON~ 1300 radio at

007I~~';- CHARGER AC


1970 CH VY; MiALIBfU AC il


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CUTLASS ST 3 pe:'d radio

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146 AU'IT NJ CAMBRIDGE
r'~ r li: ; t I .f,; -;00 ao


1971 VAUXHALL

19DS V UX A
Automatic Red
1967 CHRYSLER
4 D.. Auto.. Whit"
1968 PONTIAC


VIVA

VIVA5R
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STROATO CHAENF Ye 7al ~-(
4 Dr. Automratic, Wh~l rt
1971 VAUXHALbL VIVA

4 968 dAVEI A;C i
1 70 PARISIEANLNLE A'C BL l;

2 Dr. Std. Blue Bi '
1967 TRIUMPH 1300
Red. Std. B18 -
1 969 VAUXHALL VICTOR

S 73 e oHAL. VICTO

86 milesko B $44 j
1970 RAMBLER SST

1969 MORRIS OXfOr PI
Std. White Zlii
1971 MERCURY
A/C 4 D Mqi Bt:'
1967 GW1C PCUP aac
1 964 CHRYSLERR TS
1968 HILLMAN4

191 FR DC PRI
Auto. Blue
1969 FORD GA L~ XE F
4 Dr. A/C i
1966 MORRIS 1 100
4 Dr. Blue ':!
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
Std. Blue ~
1970 HILLMAN MINX
4 Dr. Std. Green: 5;
1969 MORRIS 1100
4 Dr. Autot. \.'
Trade-ins Welcome P
Located Oakes Fiell
Phone 34636-7-8
Opposite the Ice P anit

:10865


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CUSTOMS BROKER
Applicanit must have minimum
5 years experience as Customs
Broker and Expediter for a
large comnpanly. Must be
completely familiar with
Standard Interniational Trade
Classification tariffs (S.I.T.C.)
and local Customs regulations;
Nili ctaot Icrti tite Brusse s
and be prepared to work shifts
and weekends.
BOATMAN Must be fully
convercantt with oper-ation of
d ie se e n-prg i ned laun fch .
Expected to operate the
Comnpa ny's launch ini all
weathers; able to perform
roled rneair enanceh Essen ia

trst aw hcant reabc th

and officers, as well as loca
formalities. Duties shared wtde

24-hour shift basis; must be
prepared to go oni duty at short
notice. Police certificate is
required A c-lean driving
licence essential

BOOKKEEPER Should have
a number of years experience
maintaining accounts
receivable; preparation of
monthly statements; monthly
balancing of ledgers; handling
daily banking. General
knowledge of the travel agency

seiaelt e 1 ledge odf aair i


TCO~AYIS
SPECIAL BUY r

1969 DODGE D)AR1
$1350.00
Also Available
1962 CADILLAC LIMiOUiSINE
a very large fam~ly i ~
car. 4 door abstiernat;

1 973 SUN BEAM RAPFRI r

rado oompanyy dEar :
19 3 DC GE DART
door aultornat/l. !Ja :
W/W tyres, full pciwe'
steering & brah s



door automatic blue
very good condcitioni,
air condltionied, powe
steenng, brse aii n 8

1968 CHEVY NOM AD I i
belge 4 door autolmat c
a fine famri y car o~nl $11 ! )'
1971 TOYOTtA COdRONA
grdeon uoranagi or unin
conditions a good buy $1?I' i
1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA
4 door automatic, radio.
blue, air conditionedi a
good buy a family size
car only $800o 00



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Augu
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Pinder, h
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C6161
Director of Sa les
Administration wanted. Must
be able to apply local State and
Federal requirements to
u nrcycs ond US. citizens.

cransacttions wth rvr ect to
Contract Processing staff and
preparation of commissions.
Tel: 373-3020 or write
Intercontinental Realty Ltd.,
P. O. Box F-260, Freeport,
G.B.I.


C10878


e uive Must hav Rs e
experience in banking and trust
acts vitie s, ma nagerial
experience, and accounting
competency to balance sheet.
German and/or French an
asset. Bahamian Preferred. Box
N4802, Tel. 21264/5-


C10873
LAWNS, HEDGES, BEACHES.
For all Your Gardening Needs,
Trimming, Hedging, Pruning,
Beach Cleaning, For Prompt,
reasonable and efficient Service
Call 5-1044.


ticketing and airline reporting
would be a1 considerable asset.
Applications in writing ONLY.
Mail together with references
to: E. H1. MUNOV/ & CO.
(BAH~AMAS) LTD., P. O. Box
F-2492, Freepor t.


FINANCING AVAILABLE
COME IN AND SEE US
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks


Left to1i~.i! oii'tne danter,
JloVen R?!i,, T tvior St..

Pin~det yn Nii:il i ~ Y. and a
Viit o ltve ltlt !cti


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jCome by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 21986 Ext7 5in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m.


R DF RENT


CARS FOR i
0i884
SUrNBEA-'^ AL
':`':Ct Own l

3249


REAL ESTAITE
C10)682
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House In Highland Park -
executive type home. ~
bedroomsl 2' baths, living
diningl, family, kitchen, double
g a riage and utility room or
r-ts of land, wall to wal


HELP WANTED L
C10882
A RELIABLE capable
handyman for large apartment
building. To assist in gardening
and general maintenance One
that enjy kepn buy
Apply in writing busyTE
PRESIDENT, BOX N4 3"
Nassau, N.P 93


W~ho Q bu

N~assaut & Bahtama Islands

LeadlingNeuspap~e r


REAL ESTATE HELP WANTED
C6162 C6169
H AWKSBI LL Area, 4 Grand Bahama Telepho
b-edroom, I bath home. Call Company Ltd., has an openi
owner for mior-e information at for a Janitor (male) to
Freeport 352'-7539. general janitorial and utili

HELP WANTED mai~ntenanncursdtirn ms,I low
grounds and other relat
C6165work. Must have previo
C6165experience and be willing
A. H MAMunldyyTD C work various hours. Must

postot for suit) ly qaoiid Ofie d2r Ki ng Bui di
O0000ials wC/tR Apiat rite P. O. Box F-247
should have extensive reot rn aaa

k w~i~laidii a datexperience ir MgANAGE R, AI RCRAFT
Accountls Receivable and MAINTENANC EV~
Acrountts Payable; preparation The following lqu~alificat c
of dlisbursemnent accounts; req uired; F A
monthly blatlaning of ledgers. Airframe/Powerplant Licenl
A knowledge of the shipping Airline inspectors Certifica
andl freight f or wardinig business Airworthine ss signo
is v rtually essential. Must be Authorization. Must be able

a I ofot work nthin e'reavy troubleshoot/repair all system
erCl- tema nnded b freignr on 707/727 type aircraft, mi
.dh i ownri de 7 for g have current formal school
SECRE1t ARY;BHOOKKEEPER oi crft yustemhofdO miiut
Applicanit should have a years Jet aircraft maintenan
number of years experience in experience, must be able
ni a inrt a i ti ng ac counts Manage/Administer all pha!
;recivable: prreparationl a of the maintenance and supp:
lytiflyyb itatn ents; handling departments. PnAei
knowvled,!c of the shopping Airwa y s, Freepo
busmess. w ith a mr-ore International Airport, P.
sp ~ilased L i erstandinghiof Box F-2503, Phone: 352-725


Resp nes be ifor peai 2-6T UMPET PLAYERS: MI
p aymne n t cheques and be able to read and arrar
rnainltaining weekly payroll professional show music,
recordsi. Must have a working proficient in playing
knowledge of shorthand an~d be Trumpet, must be able

Jt fiirttpist hodrh ouble on the Rlugeleheorn a

:n! off:ce cleanly g. Expected to penenolce.Cert fate rqir
wer o. Fsid hirJ dofc F mUlNG T AHtA IA
the highest: chiaract~r references poesoa acr
anid Ilble to pr educe a police aps Am smel
certificate Lmtd so un
F RE!GHT CLE RK Requires ApLimnteds msho oung yar
a iunumber of years5 experience Apiat utb 5ya
in Intte~rnaional shipping and agel or overso o Mr
freight forwarding. Must be Aplin ero t: r.
full coversnt ith Johnson, Personnel Offic
prepara~tiont of Bills of Lading BamsAueensLi
and mnirifests; able to deal C6164
with lotcal CustomsE regulations; EXPLOSIVE CON~SULTA
responsiible for meeting and I Must fulfill follow
dealing with the demands of requirements: Excellent hrea
foreign crew anid passengers. No criminal record. Exten!
EXECUTIVE PERSONAL experience in safety, i
SECRETARY Applicant storage and transportation
should have a number of years explosives.
Sx petr ience in advanced Extensive background
secretarial duties; shorthand underwater blasting u~
120 wpm; typing 90 wpm. shaped charges. Relial
School leaving certificate for resourceful and able to man
English and maths up to *O" large projects. Experienced
levels. Ability to work under use of electronic instrume
pressure essential. Able to required for monitor
handle Initernational telex blasting. Jet Research Cen
corrnununicationts: prepare and Inic., P. O. Box 246, Arlingt
typi various disbursement Texas, U.S.A.
accounts. Comnpanly's internal For interview, write P. O. t
fncal Profit & Loss F2410, Freeport, Gr;
statements anid balance sheets. Bahama, Attention: Person
A br oad knowledge of Mantage r.
bookkeepinlg, whiets not 16
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Rlupert is soon dressed and, stopping only for
the breakfast snack Mummy has thoughtfully
left for him, he sets out to the Common.
in the lane he meets Dinkie. You're an
eaiiy bird," says the cat. Where are you
going ?" To catch thle Dollscote bus,"
replies Rupert. Oh, that I" Dinkie gives
an amused miaow as she stalks past him.


Wednesday, August 15, 1973.


CAR RO LL R IG HTER'S

i HOREOSCOPE


/~ 1'1 11 \L TENDENCIES: A day and everung
when you have the chance to think first and
then talk with vital associates about how you can best blend
your talents tot make a plan of action for the future that
requires a ~onsiderable amount of engineering ability atd
excellenta~nlsent Le alert
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planning necessary so your future can be placed on a mole
monstructive footmng Plan your time more intelligently. Avoid
One w~ho has an eye on youir assets
IAULRS (Apr 20 to Mlay 20) You want to be with
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action for the future and this Is wise in a m. Later get into the
right Focial group for the kind of entertainment you like.
1.1 111 stI ( May4 2 1 to June 2 1) Your prestige can soar by the
action you take todaS of a constructive and wise nature Show
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blpwtp w~ho is maitl to your weirare now.
SI>100 CHiILDREN~- (June 22 to July 21) You want to get
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excellent results nowr Listen to what a wise person has to
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LIO( (July ';2 to A~ug 21) You can advance now by
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Li Large bird. (3)
18. Raising. (7)
91. Ftr fruit (4)
22. Direction. (5)
23. Joint. (4)
?4. H~old. (5)
Dow~n
i. Puhlic: valet, you could su'
3. Part of your palate. (5)
3. GloomY-lookinlg. (3)
4. Successful move. (4)
8ne~rior. (6)
7 scottish lochl (4)
sie (i)
Ul. GI ves
L4. Guitrl to
n a mle 1
(4)

20. Neither
p partner.
(3) Saturday's solution


111~1


IJ M4


LOU RE A COLD ZI E, T T' NOT MUi~-: .- `.
MATTY. - -'YU SPEAk .hEI\T TO7 I ilh;E
OF KILLING TWO ~\I4DiN D:IAMONDS.
WOMEN Ab IF IT ~i~ri~~
(WERE NOTHING. C to\ 1


JPL'FF 1 THOUGHT
12 \ MR6~. AE- eTFORDiC C -UA~RDIN
AND THAT SHE- XEMl, MAiTTY:
RiEPORFTER /


N'o. 7.202
I. Dark th

11. Fasteas.
12. Drlars
15. Large sl


"I can always tell when that little guy's on the phone.


Ilst. No plurals; no forel words:

20 words ve~r good : 23 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
SA1TURDAY'S SOL UTItON:
Arsute erset slarette sate seat
goot grate g~reat groat grot grout
gutter orate orgest otter outer
outrase raroat rate rota rotate
rote rent route maspte tare
target tart taat tear tesrt test
tore tort tote tourf tout treat tret
treat tret treat true trals tutor
TUTORAGE matter.
-sSooUTIow No 974o

Chess Solutio~n
4 .. R-B7 ch! wins. He
moved his rook to give the killing
cec tod I resigned ah Sn Kx
6 K-B3, Q-Kt7 mate.









sy VICtea MOLLo
HOLDERS of the title in the
Tournrot des Chaweptons the main
event in the Deauville Bridge
Congress, now in full swing, are
the Canadians, S5ammy K~ehela
and Eric Murray. Kehela, once a
teacher at the L~ondon School of
Bridge, has brought off many
memorable coups. This is one.
from the International Teams
Trials for North America, on
which he can look back with
considerable satisfaction.
Dealer South: N/8 Vul:
North
SQ10 9 8 4 398


West East
0 AQ4 ;5 KJ8753
0O 1 0 o7 6 a 5 5 2
South
AJ765
0 AK643
SCK8 4
South West North East
14 Dble 34 40
stacked with honours in every
suit West had some reason to
double. And yet, he might have
asked himself : would south take
foolish risks at unfavourable
vulnerabnlts?
~TheQQ Tooked a safe enough
lead. Sammy Kehela, sitting
South, won with the O A, throw-
ing a club from dummy, and
laid down ille 4,big
down West's (sK. 'i'e OK o
which a second club was shed
dimod ri a Wh ar b~ and
an the dmndomufr. K ksa~
care of dummny's last clb, and
dwnt their 22 high card pints
a~ItNorth-South's 1te
d tcckook no trickr att 1.'~
J'i~tfea 1T 5s ** n
sl~.l."sema me n"o wous *~t


m I r rmee

17. Farewell
19. Food fish
20. Inquisitive
22 Also-ran .
26. Fictional
detective
28. Ratite bird
30 Greek letter


St.~anda s

Tokyo
48. Salad
ingredient
49. Inert gas
50. Arikara
51. Korean soldier
52 Fender damage
53. Unhappy


My feet tickrle." 06Pd
CROSSWRD Pl aR $HIE O Y t*=*** letr
P UZZ L~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ y i cite ssowu make
AIREA DM C here ? I
ACROSS 31 Quonset mak inL a
1. Flog 32. Memorabilia Y A6E .. w rd ah
4. Biblical 33 Medicinal beIIIIIUI use onc L~~$,,
mountain plant MIL Al YPlE !onlyr. Each
word must contain the large
8. Expert 34. Awkward ICIAS TIAV letter, and there must b t
11. Coin of Macao 36. Debauche ARA IDRleast on**Itlht-letter word ine th~e
mi genuss o Mene M ISAD VIENITURE Ch


TIroIo E1 IWlIE1ISIi By LEONARD BARDEN
SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY S P'JZZLE

DOWN 4. Comphication
1. 0 Hara 5. Biblical judge
j anljalls:ll 6. Autumn pear l
2. Greedy 7. Gold alloy tl f 4 ~ 1
3. Name for 8 Be profitable
office 9. Meadow grass r
9 o 10. Worn '
""o --. -


foo bal ham


24. Attention
25. Chaf e
26. Greek letter
- 7 Vandal
29. Blemish
S32. Be th ere
33. Outcry
35. Kitty
37. Praying figure
0239. Genealogy
-41. Brainstorm
42. Girl student
-43. Heart
44. Spanish river
3 5. Kind
46. Charged
g1 aticle


a soL)
Kotov tells a story against
himself over this position nhs
book 'Think like a grandmaster.'
As White cto move) against
Smyslov in the 1950 Candidates'
tournament, he could have
adjourned with good chances of
a win. but was tempted rto play
the combination 1 H xt F en,
Kt xR; 2 Q- R5, Q--KKtl; 3
Kt-K7. Rx P ch; 4 K-B3, with
the apparently crushing threat
of 5 Q xKt ch and mate next
move.
Smyslov appeared and sat
down at the board with the same
Rloomy lock on his face as before.
rte sat like that for a couple or
minutes and then suddenly I saw
a flash of glee in his eyes." What
did Smysicy see ?


Por time 20 min. AP Newsfeatures


" I've often seen it on my dawn strolls. You* l
have a job to get on it. Ican tell you !
Rupert goes on his way puzzling over the
parting remark. "Will it be crowded ?" he
thinks. Reaching the crossroads he waits
awhile and. sure enough, just as the sun
comes up a bus appears in the distance.
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WNednesday, August 15, 1973.


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BAHAMIAN PRO GOLFER DONALD "NINE" Role
miht ana hLpB Ea iaone o ethe world's top golf pros,

comin tg hegg Mgama Us? rs


Lee~~~~~ le n hre


first of ~Larry' Forsythe and
no~w veteran Moe Fleischer,
Obe~cd has learned his less~n
well. Hie is sajid to be mecntarllY
antd phvsically ready for 'the
fig~l t cf blis c treer' >o tar.yuh

\ersus ex~perie~ncec poses one~ bi
question: ( an Obed's youtiih,
strength and srit uperior punc~hi r
kla a nl of r 7td the rep <1< ~

Somnii i n atio ns of h i s
IIus miatc~h is undoubtedll
the roocst significantt local
Pairin~g in1 recent Baihmian i
boxingl history. Obed~t i\ ralted
po~tentialli th finesr~t l~c~al
licfhter ofI all timte andl the
G;ranit fight can vetry well
detecrmrine whether we hiavei a


Hai~ri~iati<;~ie Hcn~1 clinics her ein Sept.
toirs: overS Bunn31 Glllrant will
p el1 lishia Obedc in a g~rear By GLADSTONE THURSTON,,
pi~il:1 ( Sl~Ccd w~hn l i BAHAMIAN PRO GOLFER Donald "Nine" Rolle, who!
t v 0~r ~1;\: e~icce e t recently shot a two-under-par on the final day of the Schaeffer
hei prelimninary card in Golf Tournament in New Jersey for a second place finish
wh chil heavyweight icontender rturned to Nassau last week and announced that tourr of
L1<1 reezel 3nof cl'ihal Ame ia'sd tp golferI a Lee Eder.aPete Brown, Jm Vic s c xl1


the Sonesta Beach golf course


expecit.ted to, produce sonie C
exammenrcltt as wefll as urpsets. f


From: Page I
KRi h ton ~lar aret Bowr .11e
nme~ Kluldren and~r'~t her \
ni~ng;l[s ed~t husband. as

Jul\ S whefn she wa3S reportedly

Pril~ '~~leas gnn t Itahl
sc~raP' shi hadi collectedd to uce

Focllowmpr l thet suspenrsion
penedc, Mlrs. Rlle. a cook,
rieturned to her job in the
hotel < kltchen. w~he~re the
unio~n said she~ Is allowed to use
hotel foold fo~r mea.ls while on

On1 Salturda\ M1rS Rolle was

to p.ml. and Jun~ng that time
had had1 not opportunity to
have~ either hIcLakus or lunch,
Mr1S lntonf~Tc sold` \\,~T'~
le~ave Mrs Ro~lle. according to
Mr lirnton,r preprelid for

hll Btr 1 t' iOns~Id eat it.
drive her htme w-as realdy to
leave the hotel~ Sot sh~ wrapped
the tood in rit inil and
pre~pared~ tl, takei it homle with
her. Mr nahmemvi ilain talent

rep~re~sentattlve asked her
w~hetherr she hadi hotel food in
hler bag. shc readl~il L admlitted
that Silte did,. as sh:~ hadi not

She was dianuiissed on the
spot. Mlr (;luni~to cnd
Mlrs C'lark. sidic Mr. (;linton,
was firedl tcr eating an apple
atnd an orange on thle iob.
Both Mrs. Rolle and Mrs.
(`lark are un;on shop stewards.
11rs Roadh was dismissed

< d~Lrl un :es 1out b l.at
Mlrc Brown wa~s fired when
she~ dranik a t!!n of pineapple
intee,. he said
I e onl v reason
mnanagement't ha~d given the
union sU 130 tor fillng! MrS,
Dame wa cs that she,

rnanagremecnt has refused to
give any' details. until the
MInIIItry heantrngs next week.


:linics for juniors and ladies at
rom Septemnber 6 to 9.
Kolle,u deor he pn r ti

of the Bahamas Common-
wealth Bank Limited. will be
Iss stedbyin teo eepuemt r

top Bahamian performer, and
Charles Saunders, Bahamian
resident pro at the Sonesta
Beach.
whio toe ncilinics, Role,
with strenuous practice
sessions while in Nassau, will
play in the Sammy Davis
Junior Open formerly the
Hlartford Open in
Connecticut. Elder, who
introduced Rolle to the United
States Tour, has arranged for
him to play in a number of
other tournaments without
having to participate in
qualifying rounds. After the
Sonesta clinics, Rolle will go to
Philadelphia for the Jack
Nicklaus Open on September
13 and then on to South
Carolina for the United Press
I nt ernat ional Best Ball
Tournament from September

22 io 6 expressed much
appreciation for the interest
Elder has shown in helping him
gain experience in international
comnpettiton and in assisting
Iy angBa r in thol ers mi
A former member of the
Bahamas Golf Association and
member of the Hoerman Cup
team in 1970 -- the same year
he turned pro the general
feeling is that amateur golf has
lost a great player. "The team
we took to Puerto Rico in
1970 which included Rolle
is the best team we ever took
abroad," commented B.G.A.'s
vice president Fred Higgs.
Being quite a loss to the

B.A.G.C. HOST KIDS
NEAR 100 children of the
Bahamas Mental Health Association
Player G;roup will be hosted by the
Bahamas Amateur Golf Club on
Saturday at the Paradise Beach
Paradise Island when they sponsor a
day of recreation and fun for those
children. T~he outing begins at
10:00 a.m. lasting until 4:00 p.m.
It is the aim of the B.A.G.C. that
this outing will be the first of many
promotional functions that will
come under the patronage of this
civic oriented sportingg group.


very well comnc toi 1 1
bdhama'"

pr f ss odt ce rcuitt 1 L
Tre~vino during! the Bahamas ~a
National Open over three' lears
ago, Rolle has sinic
demnonstrated his focrmn hI
setting the BlurelIlill G~11 C'lull

seven-under-par. 110: was the
first golfer to shioot ;
two-under-par at the Soth ~11
Ocean golf course and the first
to hold the course record in
competition at ~Irea~sure ('v
with a one-under-par. \t
Paradise Island golf coulrse. he
shot four-under-par 68 jn
foursome within Sidlney. Potitier,
Barry Gordy I 31, andI ic
Gibson,
Rolle's past plerformlances
have proven that he is no ,
slouch in his golfing duties and


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;e twto-unde~r-par d~urng the It w L
:haetfr 's is evidence ofi hi\ Mrt\ s o
,ility to makeh~ his pre~sence~ '"
lIt in inIIt eratlonal to noC"' I 3
in his father'S odgers Spts. IJOHIfM HMEDY BRANCH
,otsteps anid obltaining that BAZSKETBALL MEETING
tal advice whenever it i4 THL ihamas Amateur VVWISH ESTO ADVISE -
ossible is youngt M1~iachl Baske~tball Aissociation holds a very
olle, who on Sundtay teameld impc~rtant meeting tonight 8 THE PUBL ICOF THEIR NEW
p with sep t Chi~s t.aj< < 3de an es e Ibe TELEPlHON E NUMnBERS:
all tournaliecnt, mrini t,,lketball will be discussed.
Young Rolle at the age of A~II Irtea rerresentatives should bc 4 1 4 1 4 1
:n was the top junior golfer in REEHR EETD5 7 1 4 1 4 1
ew Providencec. Sincel then.
ernon Louckhart has take~n HALF M> arlene
ver that position with Enrc ,iurd. 3 two ,time winner of the h o a
ibson Jr. in sec~ndl. However, nid Sat Open Tni
ith good adfvicec com~ring froni chanpio~nrhip s at IEarest Hills has i
is ntenatonaly-xpoed besi rle itr tot the National lawn
Either, hi!, win onI Sundal ;Innlounced~r luesday. Th HePin ~n k
lould rea;ll) make Lockhart, Miss~ Ilad wa~s a mlembetr of five vt uU
ibson Jr. and Rocry lliggrs 11s 5 igtman" C`up teams and was tha besr,lz throudsmithe~ I uncu
think. r~nh ikent tt< U.S tow 9eni


Whr Gribunt


LOCKHART

MISSES TRIP



THIfE BAHA MAS
NATIONAL Squad for the past
two days has been undergoing
inltensive practice sessions in a
hot and humid Wichita in
preparation for the 1973
National Baseball Congress
Tourna ment.
The local all-star team is

dnct Tht sdapl ngt at 8.3
Pimm. E;DT (7.30 p.m. Wichita
timc)) against the Canadians
whe are ;T entering the
Tou,~rnamecnt for the first time
th~is )ear,
Before the game begins the
national anthemns of Canada
andl thec Bahamas will be played

('ali adi htagsB il nehoisae
amniuy flags of other
partic~ip~ating countries.
RODGERS GOING
RSli: s-f e din g Randy

eitlthd ttam in hSundaad iis
its final practice session today.
Shocrtstop Rodgers was booked
to Ill directly to Wichita late
last night.
Ilowecver,. the absence of a
ha~rdl hitting Lorenzo Lockhart
at sec~ond~ will certainly make a
chilecrence in the Bahamas
defensive set-up. Lockhart was


eniplane~lled on a Supreme
L~cuhrt jr. w etL hi
~~~l iha rpe t ide .3his
hattlineC aVerae, has proven to
Irc a fine dcfe~nsive clog at

Rsekcl d aeAdlai Mloss and
Louis M~c~uay will now share
the~ chores at second
Pitching star Don Taylor
ft < i"'ts~ ci 11- rcor on
mI thc openring gamer Thursday
nlighlt. TIhe Bahamnas official
Ilrlne up' will be released prior to
t le Fgam~ Phurs ay' night.



BASEBALL ACTISH
.I~T`L.E Lregue Baseball action
\\ill res~ume Iridlt> afternoocn at s
wheii th r Na ea Mts meet lhei S
(;crirdo P'rimary School.
In the Pony~ League action.
wh iich ii inl conjunction with Little
]81ur e \vonlg will ctsshuwth
Re~crea~tion G;rounds.
Ih~is weeck marks the mid-point
ofl ther uttle Lecague season. Later
thrc \vl ateapla~ed lamongo te tp
tour finishers with the best two
.tdl:lncing to the Championship
Series.
stali ng reowving is the team


Elisha Obed faces his



'acid test' as champion



agiSt GrWW Wn MMg WW Wm

By G;LADSTONE T`HURSTON
THERE C`OMES A TIME in every young fighter's life when he
fatces the .'acid test." His path eventually crosses with that of an
opponentt w.hose reputation as a formidable fighter matches his
true ability. When Bahamas~ Welterweigiht King Elisha Obed
squares off against Jamaica's Welterweight Champ Bunny Gralt
o~n A~lugut 31 at the Nassau Stadium. hie w~ill be confronted with


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