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Publication Date: August 16, 1973
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(For a court report to be




Y sterda y s st ry wa ra e



molr. nL 1 t le HiltonI did niot
clarify Det. Cartwright's
statement about not bemng able
to produce evidence of

Ir ehon n al rto 3ued

clarification could not appear
Tner yesterday 's Tr bune.
heading and story were correct
up to yesterday's luncheon
adjournament ED)


VOL. LXX, No. 220


Thursday, August 16, 1973.


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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE first vice president Bill Farquharson, left, Development
Minister Cariton Francis, Mrs. Francis and Robert Lando of Lando Marketing Bahamas
Limited enjoy a joke before beginning the programme at last night's August Chamber
meeting at the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel. Mr. Francis and Mr. Lando were the
speakers. PHOTO: Philip Symonette.


AT FREEPORT KIONAPPING TRIAL



Anlf88'S fatilG tellS Of tilitat 10



kill & $250 000 ransom demand

By SIDNEY DORSETT and DONITA ROLLE
MIL ROBERT SPENCER, former general manager of the Freeport Royal Bank of Canada who
yesterday said he was ordered "not to follow" the kidnappers of his 4V2i-year-old daughter "and
not to call the police or they would kill us," this morning said that a telephone caller accused him
of''messing around" and threatened to "get" him.


Mlr. Franc~is made the
disclosure in a speech to the
'hamnber of C'ommercL e in the
Sheraton-British Colonial
n~otte
On hind to explain the
campaign was Mlr. Robert
Laa tinpre a las of L ndo
the public relations, firm which
is spearheading the' effort
pre ao tlinded the 11 -o n


~The programmlne. he said.
consists of
"A constant flow of
favourable articles to the world
press on all that the Bahamas
hastoofetinuouss input of
news stories. worldwide and at
home of dcve~lopmellnts. new
happenings, news itemis;
"More press conferences in
Iiajor msrke~ts Ihke Houston
TIorotnto, Londo~n. Brelium or
Germrany.
"C(arefully plaicd ads in
i ndulstrial develop men t
publications
"Al progranunrle of direct
inuil letters to, a select list of
prAspecto timonial programme
on current business success in
the Bahamars:
"te> hei n*N al pro rat uiten s
tourism Promotion
''A co~p-op programinne to get




explaining the coes anti

Deve"'t~ lopment Cororation
'PrDt~uce and circulate a
"rchr e ta is tile 'Eee I


'Produrc~ an circhulae
ex'r unit s i t id Isdp at

cu-oies of thle Industies
Dencourageent Act of 1970
"Produce and gerult adenc
sIdechr film prsentation (shown
tols~n the Camber mting) to e



prgramme1 to gi n awaenes tra
of artllithic s il h sand nlist
o- p r ti r d a d t s p p t r

podpirt atin nelir slte ihb in
cof indo s~ftreaers, wall




fo it g < le g f s rea nu

thie techiques nando prctcs in
comntnic('atins,~ adertiing) t
public i relat ins n J



cPondiions here M ny eitors
have thlne nuto akn imprensson
th atl thris m hband abost
business conditiosherge, rlng

popportuoni icd n s helre .
antanolvnisticatt istuds bout o
dof yiou realy elcmers more
iandustry heunre stces ae

(11in 'Wezistre bivon Bett

Mr.Las ndo deare "bym le
ilnportant, ~ 'el soor
ci or culing the truth.c th


Commerce last nght
Mr. Francis disclosed also
tat thea aetfor 1 Id ieasidi b
Company (BORCO) near
F~reeport has been increased
from $1,000 a year to $1.75
niillion a year. The new rent
amounts to more than double
the existing annual revenue
from all Government property
($800,000).
Refer ring to the
re-transhipment termiinal, the
Minister said "all miatt-rs,
practically, have been
concluded on this $45 mill o-n
project, and there is a distir et
possibility of diversified
it dust!ries ' he Iml:llched on
the 3,000-acre industrial estate
on Grand Bahama."
The project was first
announced by Primet Minister
Lynden Pindling and Mr. Eilias
Kulukindis of Burmah Oil
Tankers L~imited on March 3,


o < mens lawer easige i
was given anse s3 trillion xlan

the $15 million difference in
cost last night
The industrial estate set up
by the agreement is to be
leased by Bahamas Industrial
Company Limited, which was
to be jointly owned by the
B ah amra s Develo pmen t
Corporation (51 percent) and
Sea bulk International

CoTe ato(;overnment is
contributing the necessary
rend amiheSeabrunk ncas d


expertise needed to bulild tlw
terminal, dw hvawoukid c a ss

capable of accommodating
350,000-deadweight ton
supertankers, and facilities to
transfer up to 100 million
barrels of crude oil a year troin
the supertankers to smialler
tankers able to center
shallow-water points onl the
east coast of the U S
Burmah Oil Talke~rs is t, he
contracted to supply thle rude
oil passing throuflh tle
terminal.
Site preparations for the
project began last \ear, and
completion is sch.Julef Mcr
sometime next year.
Mr. Francis said last night
that talks are at "anII advanIceC
stage" in connection witl
proposals by Swiss and Gcrmnan
companies to set up a $300
million oil termiinal unti




ngotiations and e~ntereti arntc

expansion of its facilities to

hao a 1llion barrl f oaail pr
day This ex ansion involves at
ca itad send ng of some $60
nmi lon.fat h
In at, tat expansion
project was announced in
Augusth 19)71
wads de ictaed bt hthe I m c

ye r, ad is scheduled for finll
completion this year.


3 BANDITS


usB ROum


BANK AT





THREE RIFLE SHOTS rmu,
out overr the Lyford (`t.
shtopping centre late this
morning as~ three black enrl.


stcwn ash md 1:i
Royaln~! Bak fte rcabnad t ban
there.



ncot im~ineii a~~tcli know\ n
Th~c po"lice IlaunlChed' I l
islan-wal hu t or the~



Witnesse~s said the Irillr'
bocre the lilcnce numbhcri '


of thle Ice~nc. The~i dcparrnt me
spoke~smiani said unreii~stei




Johlnson. at n uiden~,tified tlclier.
ten.men~rcan! rouirist andt hus
~3itne-~~se saidt Ihe sport s car




nor Wth ern cnlen afth soing vli


tw~o e~nteredl the~ hunkr. held thle

tookl cin undeternuned amount
of cash fro~m thc ope~n vault.
T~he ban~k emplo~iyees aind th~e
c~ustome~irs drum( ed~ to~ !'the flool)

ethc htllcts m atc :f inall :eat

the bank s counltte.
fa 11rttcd ti, the Inlntre to, 11
happening insiiide the ban.





frlnr toi ,ih ro~adc towards thel


c~ity, an eyewitnecss saidf. T~hi
catr is know,\n to, howl taken the~
sho~re roa;d w~hen it rea~chedl t he
fork where it icould h er~l




f the floor oft t he banlik iti?: iIt~


directed himn to the Sir Winston
Churchill Pub.
Het was ordered to park
behind a white' station wagon
inside the pib's parking lot
Mr. Spencer said, but when he
got there, the puib was c~lostd
and there was no white station
wagon. Mir. Spencer returned
to the Stoned C'rab, he said anti
"'around i' 2midnight I recetived
a call. The voice told me to go
to the Castaways Inn and to
wait inside the :,t':-v
Mr. Spencer said he wras
seated in the desk: areai of the ~
hotel by an employee because
the hotel's lobby was very v
crowded and there were no
seats available.
It was at this point th t the
court adjotarned f~or lu ih


tN in Le S afucrlget D


Robecrt Spencer. father of
kidfnap victim, Andrea. told
how two miasked men heldl him l
at gun point, broke into, hii
house and seized his daughiter
frotm her mother's arms.
Mr. Spencer said that on the
night of February 15, 1973, hie
was in the family room oIf iis
Ficeport home on 10 Alb~acore
Page 12, Col. 5


Mr. Spe'ncer, balding and
wearing spectacles continued
his testim~ony today in the trial
_of ex-paceli officer Leroy
McLeaLn and Spurgeon D~ames
accused of kidnapping Andrea
Spenlcr. 40. from the home of
her parents on February 15.
7`he two men. represented
by attorney Randol Fawkes.
are also accused of assaulting
hir. Spencer with a shotgun
aild a revoller and attempting
to extort $2,50.000 in U S.
currency.
They pleaded not guilty to
the charges. including two
counts of burglary and
possession of firearms.
'The kidnappers left in a blue
c~ar owned by the baink after
d~rag ig ou da agh e



tor the life of his family and

On Fe~bruary 16, after
accepting delivery from the
blink of' a suitcHsce with the
5250,000 he answered his
telephones at I p.ml. he said.
THIR EATE~'N I NG
..A voice asked again if I wa~s
11<. Spencer and I replied 'es.
.\ voic`~ it sounded C'
threatening, said y~ou're
mec~sni garoundult hee sal d te

rnuney~ illn my house as they)
luid re~qlested ami l a suredht li

instructions. Mr. Spencer
testified.
Thee volice then said "we'll
get youI anld the call ended." he
said


keehn 10 11 at n.2 ai t
his bank. T`his call followed
one he made to Mlr C. H.
Slnrd n dNassau5 Ht nph wel

1i ofine dIn tlus edall, he t~,ld
the 5250 000
MrLangton Hiilton

SlititS o tr neerl alo a~


flowing a elephon me to

note the couilrt tod on eIa

110 said "ate 7. I5 pm I
folleiv a otephon ta eeph

mhe tha. t I mstolw the oir n
my augte t oeor bes rturned
The voictod m to go1 to The
thre at the bar fr ante or a n
hour" Mr. Spncer said. TfIhe
enothe had een ad trea tenng
mesage the ysai. T vi tl
Mnsr. Hilon's production of wn
the nougter forb dentifcain d
urp osc toldmn t o n ow J hec
examined a spent and a lH'ive

cartrihdgbewit a mhrageniing
gla~ss before sareingfr hm


to be identified with a
12-gauge shot-gun.
At this point, Mr. Spencer
described a series of visits he
made to restaurants and The
C'astaways Inn after receiving
instructions from a caller who
referred to himself as "C'ode
X.
Mr. Spencer said after he
was ordered to The Hiut
Restaurant with the $250.000
to wait for the note or call. he
left home in his wife's car
Mr. Spencer said T~he Hfut
Restaurant was about one mile
away from his home andl he
reached there about 7.30 p.ml.
"Code X" did not contact
him until it was about ',30
p.m he said. "Somebod! at
he bat a ked me if I wa Mir



voice s id 'Wa I 1Tir.sSpcicse

X'. The voice told me todrive
to the Stoned Crab Restaurant
imimediately and that I would
get a call there within
15-minutes. I was also to wa'it
at the bar in the Stoned ('rab
Restaurant." he said.
One of the owners. a~ Mr.
Shaw.was at the restaurant and
he told him he was exupcting a
eall r. ISpene I saia. l ht cl


Holding a copy of



G~raham s attention a headline
which read: "Police (constable
li erteto P'roduce l it alnce t

voi r. Hiilton said the headline
w~as not correct.
Hie handed the newspaper to

t j d oe w h o re d t he



reouhinme rtti20 e caon see
Mr. Kno Fawke sid es ha
tnotied. ths mring s se of
thnern Nassau r Gur ia contnd
a he adlilwo art e f ie breantlir


Mr. Fawkes, also mentond
freiedo ti of xresiong is his f
suggestion which brough the
rpetortro the bienh th
"KdAppre you epreentin any
othlentre tan te ccse hre
Mr. Fawkes? Theo peopl wose

right you a ere talkngaotin are

they in this case?"
"Anything that happens in
this case is my business."
defence counsel said.
mWell odwhat do ynurwish f r
this particular time?" the judge
then asked,
"I wish to say nothing more,


thank you ver! muc~h." icounel

it this po nt th jad~F to

perform their duties w\rithout f
any referenlce to any! report ,n
this case'1 saypin lu w slicc J


sh"Ikhave made 1 note of you~r
inte~rpolation, Mr awkes~
about somecthingin TI lhe
Cr ua r d ian le I t arQ \ yt r



sory rton ofr t Il

dThec cllr sO voie was
identwifedt byJ theI~ dete`CtIve as
that of tha e acusd Letroyah I


tpoie beook"n of thavn sPoken
tho McaLeanlr Kbefre. Det.
Cartwrihd said 'no' Ferr 1
Te sai her' colot~ show
call he madey toe Mct~Leant nor
aythat o he macusde "In thin
of~cn duty. But the detect~dIve
sh aid e hdtlpoe h
accused o at l hs ho use in

knorFkeathen yo askled inoh
numbcerbk afte advisng thate
th erisawywcan pefrov et
whthr tadhe accused no had


Mr. Francis said in
agreement in principle was
signed un Meyt 1 s xantta

on May I this year.
"Discussions w th the
Developmernt Corporation are

1eaie ph sica 1 ainig o


sho sit sa d ilus it t e
depis bwxild be gion 'd as on



The first of three phases in
the Arawak Cay project was
estimated to cost 530 million
and called for the constaru in



facilities, shops, a marina with
water sports facilities and
parking areas.
Mr. F~rancis said last night
that "for the first phase it is
expected that at least three
hotels including a convention
centre will be built."
The Minister added that
other joint ventures being
entered into under the "land
for equity participation"
pC icya"inclurdea treatC yM i% u
others still to be decided
upon*


The Minister gave no new
date for the start of
l~ons ruc inon, although thg aul

annu Id inMay is a month
The Minister's wide-ranging
e0m nute add re s wa agl




1967 it kwas discveroped th
planes weean footces for lctng
certain cai of haorpotels ona e

mer o f ('Amr ~ns r n r


nin t Sertn w tih
thonat Crown Land "willno h
l~oger ben cavalbe to poutiers i

ece t on thei basites of eqia

FURNITURE ofAaa a o
sACCSORE la o h ad n i


participation at the land's full
economic value."
Ith oal n tace ra ce with

t~hat unie DC cern nent's
Corporation and Harbour Cay





rue ur bekCayprvov pm n n
Company would o ut up

hae$650,000. wot fsa


DEBT FINANCE .

that Habur Cay Dventyar


provide the technical expertise
uorthe operation of the joint
In addition to the revenue
generated by the Development
Corporation's shareholding,
"an annual rental would he
paid to Government for the
lease of the Cay, at the rate of
$100,000 for the first two
years, $200,000 for the third
and fourth years, and
$250,000 for each of the
succedn yar efthe lease

of the gross rents whichever is
greater.


ab~


iilribuno


(Regetered with Postmaster of Bahamasr for postage conecssons within the Bahamas ) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


P.R. FIRM 'TO CIRCULATE THE TRUTH'





Govt. to start world








campaign to attract






fOrelg 1IllVeStors here

By MIKE LOTHIAN
NEXT WE EK Government will launch a major campaign, both here and abroad, designed to attract the foreign
investor to the Bahamas, Development Minister Cariton E. Francis disclosed last night.


Oi e a
'CONSTRUCTISH 1 or inal PAC C H
5 5 EliMI UVS U M
Y RTSUDNI N E E D S


SOMETHIIII8

DRAMAT IC -Fr anc is



Mo re ia iee th oobsru to
industry "which has not been
moving to expectations,"
Minister of Development
Carl ghtE. Francis observed


thl kirdrma tok q libcjr
meeting at the Sheraton-British
Colonial Hotel that there are
over 600 subdivisions in
existnc~e in thle Ba;hamas
covering thousands andL acres
of land, and "a very, very tiny
fraction of building activity has
taken place on an overall basis.
"Youi would agree the
Minister said, "that this is not
desirable for our economy, If
one third of these could be
p a un.d on ur be intich
would be occupied for years to
come, the trandesmen would
sand mo reeft c v tha
tremendous input and a sudden
buoyancy. )

s Ti I hu 1< e eus sm

accepttabke nilea n'to g t

Minister said,
The industry experienced an
unprecedented building booni
in No w Pro vide nce
immrediately after the PLP
camle to power, but the volume
of wo~rk has steadily declined
to pre-1967 levels, and the
construction labour force has
been reduced fromt over 6,000

to (es enur ms urdjes have

tll aolund fort th later para
of this year.


nearly 50p.c, to S45m

By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE ESTIMATED COST of the oil re-transhipment terminal at
South Riding Pint s adu eahdmn cha 2saltd, fIf p

Minister Carlton Francis revealed in a speech to the Chatmber of


S01icitor 8 ener al objects to Tr libune he ad line
SOME FIREWORKS in the Supreme Court trial of two men accused with kidnalppine
4V2-yrear-old Andrea Spencer on February IS occurred this morning when Solicitor Genieral. Mlr


Langton Hilton, objected to a Tribune headline in connection with


80Vt. Owns35p.c. of100m. Arawak project

By MIKE LOTHIAN
CaOVERNMeENT ons 35 percent thecmaystu ocryotte$10mlinAsu
of~~ fh ehme omp spmetra irsse althea




I I


1II YASHEW AS



BALTIMORE, MD. (AP)- All
nine federal district judges in
Maryland withdrew Wednesday
from handling any matters
pertaining to the special grand jury
probe of alleged kickbacks and
political corruption that may
involve Vice President Spiro T.
Agnew.
At the same time Judge C.
stanley slair, who swore in the
investigating panel last December,
quit the case entirely because of his
close relationship with Agnew. B~lair
was Secretary of State when Agnew~
warsdGovernborc of Marstlaandin and
first two years of the Vice
Presidency.
Chief Judge Edward S. Northrop ,
speaking for his court, said an
outside judge will "handle all future~
matters, administrative and legal,
arising from the Inquiry .... which
in any matter whatever pertain to
the Vice resident.
mat estan ad it 1handile all > er
that this arrangement would serve
"the best Interests of all
concerned."
Agnew was in Denver to dedicate
the Chatfield Dam and to address a
labour group Wednesday. It was his
first public appearance since hih
legal troubles were disclosed a week

dneuned ias 'Pd nee7 lihaq
allegations that he accepted
kickbacks from M ary land
contri i Irms ane engineering
consanswer any questonasgree
investigators and told U.S. Atty.
George Beall that he could inspect
his personal financial records.
saiourceedcnoe to th ntvestigat on
atorn sowould appe rh s Anew s
examinetthosetrecords and to copy
a reoclosel Th Vie Pesidue
will not permit removal of his

Pug orho sa>id he wiH ak

judge of the Fourth Circuit Court
of Appeals in Richmond, Va. to
assign a new judge immediately.
Haynsworth was nominated to the
Supreme Court in 1970 by.
President Nixon but was rejected
by the Senate in a bitter
confirmation fight.
"We have never dodged any issue
brought before this court before
but the case involving Agnew is of a
teysensitiv natume adtwe don t
impropriety," Northrop said.

BAEZ DIVORCED AFTER
5 YEARS OF MARRIAGE
REDWOOD CITY.
CALIFORNIA (AP)- Folk singer
Ja B ae and de ubndIa

separated for some time.






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and a new trial be granted.
The motions were filed after
three jurors said they were
threatened by U.S. marshals or
pressured by other jurors to
cast guilty votes
In an affidavit filed in U.S
D district court, the attorney
said jury foreman Myron
Aicik, 19, was in tears when
he swore that ''he was accused
dyacmarshalthef iodeirnnn ot
even more money than the vast
sums already expended on this
c'ase '
Allick also said he was told
"he would be charged and
prosecuted for perjury for
failing to declare that he was
t~he godson of defense attorney
Allick also said he was
reproached by some jurors for
failing to reveal that he was
Mercer's godson, but he said
that both he and Mercer were
unaware of the relationship
until Allick's sister mentioned
it to Ihe trial judge on Aug. 9.
A FREATMtArDEy ad

Hughetta Boulware, another
juror, said that during the
deliberate in g period
mnfo matio oriatshat keedh it

was being watched by the FBI
and a criminal prosecution
against her brother that had
not been dismissed by the U.S "
district court could be revised
if she did not change her vote
to guilty.
PRESSURE
Lionel Rodgers said in his
affidavit that the verdict did



CnER t 160W



H -AKOTSE AI s, S .

month the British cruise ship
iaber nhas run aground in the
Wednesday it was stranded about
two miles south of St. Thomas'
approxiamtely 200 yards off the
ro ky shore of Sprat Point on
Aourad the P-andO Line are
f1806 passengers and 744 crewman.
Captain Frederick Wooley said
threhis iro apparent damage and
H(e said that during a severe
squall Tuesday evening the
C'anberra dragged her anchor and
grounded leftside.
4~or ts rma tng his f rt Trip se
captain of the Canberra. A few
weeks ago the liner ran aground
ne ai St Geo a gen ea grounding
aon terewas sennot disturbance
The Canberra arrived in St
Thomas from New York Tuesday
night and a number of passengers
promptly went ashore in lifeboats.
oTwo oksthedlifeboat wrae dsgy,;

cht y 0: epf :=
nearby fishing village of
Fren teovneios o th os rded liner
seemed to be functioning normally*
including elevators, lights
telepho es and air conditionint in
"constant touch" with the ships
owners in Londoi,, the P-ando


not represent his honest
judgment and was produced by
pressure applied "by judge
Warren Young, who refuse
two verdicts, and the majority
of the jury, and to me seemed
to have premedidated
vedicts,,
ver Almeric Christian was
expected to hold a hearing on
the motion for dismissal and a
new trial sometime before the
end of the week-
All of the jurors are being
guarded by U.S. marshals, but
some have left the island and it
was believed the judge wouid
want to interview all of them.
The five defendants -

Laaet Beaeui t herma
Meral Smith, and Raphael
Joseph were found guilty of
attacking the Fountain Valley
Golf Club last September and
cutting down eight people with
shotgun, pistol and submachine
fire.
15 MURDERS
ha the pasm der el5 perstons
island of 35,000 residents.
Thirdteen of the victims were
white.

Kullnster aoto let the i lnm
the day the verdict was
returned, flew back to St-
Croix Wednesday and said,
"The whole case has been
blow ,, t.
ow N RECEDENTED
"It is unprecedented. I have
never heard of jurors being
threatened in the court room
fo c ima provocation
a ainst cri ni families or
themselves by U.S. marshals,"
he said.
"It's watergate in the Virgin
Islands"
Allick, a student at the
college of the Virgin Island in
no ea te yugs oeacdt
ever to sit on a U..dsrc

jugttorneys said he and
Rodgers, a delivery man for a
hardwr stoe told their store
first to Claude Molloy,
President of the Virgin Islands
Senate.
thMi mo nde thet se d

Chitan inSB\ hrx uhs earn

case, in which two white men,
were shot to death by masked
intruders last November.
Defense attorneys said it
might be very difficult to seat
another jury for a new trial.
They said publicity about the

wi enstpaad Vallethe defendats
could insist on being tried in
St. Croix.


Nil0H IleallS hiS







By Harry F. Rsenthal




involved in the Watergate scandal, President Nixon has appealed


het tunet ha~s icomeit t tuirn
Wa'~terl-rgg over to the courts
where the que~stions 01 gIuilt
or innoh~cencet belongp" Sixon
said Theflc timel has icmnet for
the~ rest Iof us to get oni w\ith
thc uirgenit business o~f the

Nixoni ac~cpted full
resFponslbilityv for the' aitio~ns of
his aide~ "becaLuse the abusI'es
Ociurr ed during nv
administration and in the
camrpaignl for miy re-clectioln
~ istan tle~fendedr hI de i I I,

taIpe recordings to the Spciial
1Vate~rgate prosecutor or Senate
( committee
flut he said the Seniate
Watergrate 1 ommriittee~ had
failed to, disc~lose "the slightet ;
evideice ._ thart Ihad any
know~ledgep of the planning tor
the H: tt rgjite breakain"nio i

television aind raldio, specch anld
accopaning statement n
defended~i~ his effortt s to learn l
ttl I rit h ~t o l ~Lt~ g a 1111 t

March 2~ tIihe year I'cit~

lie icrnltchide w~ith a plea to
"not styso mniredl in
H altergatei thar~t~ we fil to
respondi to charllenges of
lupsig importance` to
\mieriia 3!nd the world.

tthe Repub~lican national
iCommritte~e. called the speech
";redible andc vetry reasonable .
Hec saidi he is convinced the

cou:ntry frcied 'fromi t~e

flis conepat obert

1 1tlI s o f t hi D~ t r i cra is

sulbtratctd anyth~ing from
where we were before he went
onl the air '
IDenying agaiin advance
knowledge of the: bugging or
participation in the~ subse~quent
cover-up of the W'atergate
break-in and bugging. Nixon
made ani emrotionally worded
p'leat "for vour Iln i~standing
sc~andca l e said now saips
So n fi dencei t in h i s
admriini;tration ~

in his nati i~r~c raldiu and 1
television address fromi~ his Oval
Of f ice i n t I In an
a tc omIIp an i ng writ ten
statements the Preside~nt dls,:
Said somle ofi his
subordinates nosilced himl! into
believing that noi one~i in the
Uhite f luse or Ref lct~iton
( om~mittee was invol~ied ~e
si tid 11o ltrt ~t tie


n unu t~to s trc < selso e tir

Dea~ln I1ll
I fu~et d ill rrpisblt
for a ~celptee \vhiif "i stbill
unider myl admIlin~ trat on~. and I
in the aimprlaigni for my
re election. atribut twoit s ~

saidl are trine toi im-plicate
"the President perennially in

111 lig al Icti vit a l that to
Vilgl ant ill Insuring t lt at ;uses
are not repeatedly while
declaring: "Let us not allow
what a few over-lealous people
did in Watergate tot tar the
reputtations of the millions of
A2mericanF who fought hard
In iCjCle fOiTrthet c~ididates of
cointe~nded~ that the
attitudeli whiich led to, the
scau~dal w~as bor in "the
extremesc ut vio~lencet and
disco~rd ;n the 1%,(0s.. He
added that "no Individual, no
groupy and no political party
has a corner on thi market on
nlorality in Amterica.
said again he couuld not
release tape recordings of
White Hiouse conversations
which could resolve
contradictory Wiatergate
statements. TIo do so, he said,
would shatter thle
confidentiality of presidential
conversations andi 'set a


decedent thst celv< sd ripple

Sdefe~nde~d wireta pping he
ordered in the name of
niatiotnal security, although he
conceded in somer instances "a
re~al for security did go too far
and did interfere
impermnissably with individual
liberty.',
TIhe President's sp:chl anti


statement were his first direct
responses to the allegations and
.some t im es contradictory
statements produced by 37
da!ys of televised hearings by
thec Senate Watergate
C`ommiittee
in a statement
accompanying his speech,
NViuon said it was not until last
Mlarc~h 2 that "I learned to
comelc of the activities upon
wrhic~h charges of cover-up are
now,\ hased." He said this was

lryate Iy urthe hhis hteaffh t
gue~ him the full facts of the
W'atergate affair- .
fI he accompany in g
statement ran to about 2,800
words somewhat shorter
than the White Hiouse had
indiicated in advance. Its release
was timed to coincide with the
Ptart hof Nixon's broadcast
In the statement. Nixon
reiterated his May 22
dclcaration that he had no


t< la-rk at w e ocrati tahe
..duatr on Jn 1)?
"nor was I aware of any
suibsequent efforts that may
halve been made to cover up
H atergate."
NO KNOWLEDGE
Ulxon reiterated that
statementt Wednesday night
and added that in all of the
tes~timony in the Senate
W'atergate hearings to date
"lthere is not the slightest
evildence to the countrary.
"Not a single witness has
testified that I had any
know~lcede of the planning for
the Watergate break-in." he

id~l Jueaide6 Aoe adeH'hi
Butterfield testified that
automlatic tape recordings were
made of all conversations in
the Pre~sident's office and over
his tele~phones.
Nixonl did not address
himself to the making of the
tapes but said in the statement:
"Many~ persons will ask why.
thene tthefacts are as I hv

public the taipe' recordings of
my mecetings and conversations
with members of the White
e ."s staff during this
The mnattetr of the tape
recordings and other White
House documents has been

taken into federal court by
b t o h Senate Watergate
Committee and Nixuon s Special
Water gate p ro secu tor
Archibald Cox
in the statement Nixon said
he is are that tile terms 1 k



lawnters' eunase atd sai mr
sense of the matter

the Ui dd S tot i s ntqid tof
make difficult decisions on
grave issues," he said.
"th r si solutely es er ial,' i
do his job as the country
expects that he be able to talk

o e l nd candle su t ahis

able to talk in the same fashion
with him." Nixon said.
Nixon told his broadcast
audience that he would not
sort out the evidence or rebut
specific Senate witnesses
because "that is for the
commnittee and the courts."
IN PERKSPEC(TIVE
But he said he wanted to
"defend the integrity of this
great office against false
charges" and to "put the
events in perspective from the
standpoint of the presidency.',
The most emotional portion
of his speech came toward the
end when he appealed "for
y~our understanding" and "for
our support In getting on once
again with meeting your
problems, improving your life
and building your country ',
Nixon held the text of his
address firmly in both hands


and spoke calmly and firmly
"We must not stay so mired
in Watergate that we fail to
respond to challenges of
su rpassi ng importance to
America and the world. We
cannot let an obsession with
the past destroy our hopes for
the future," the President said
He referred to foreign and
dom Otc issues which "cry out


Thurtsdy, ;August 16, 1973.


Whr &thistle


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NIXON'S SPEECH LEAVES UNANSWERED MANY QUESTIONS
W~ASHING;TON (AP)- President Nixon's nationally b~roadlcast Watergate
speech has left open so~me questions. The P'resident appealld to, the nation l
last night to let the courts hadle Watergate. During the half'-hocur speech
Ni~on did not say why he didn't demand an accounting by then-camnpaign
director John Mitchell. Former Acting ~.H.I. Director L.. P'atrick G;ra) has
told thle Seniate Wastergate Co~mmnittee that he telepholned Nixo~n tor say thtat
men on the Whi;te House staff were interfe~ring wpith thel 1.)1.1. probe lust
weeks after the break-in, but Nixonl didn't mencttiont thatl phonell call otr say
why it was never followed up.
For the test1 time, the President aIcknocwledgedd last night that Watergate
is affecting his administration. H~e satid c~onfidecerl ini 1.S. freign policy is
being sapped. The P'resident warned that an obsessio, w~ith H~atergate could
sabotage foreign policy efforts. (* SEF:I STIO RY :TillS PAGEI) '
First L~ady P'at Nixonl salys the P'resident spoke fromrr his heairt and~ it went
torithe h arts cf thL Amlerictn eoe ada Philadelphia Ia~or IFank 10 zo
the P'resident. B~ut Nixo~n's speech left mlan) o~thecrs coI1:ldt an een turned
off some conservative Rtepublica:nc.
In the wo~rdls of congressmanan B~arr) (;oldwater I,anio~r of1 (alitornial on r
the one hanld he asks thr the trust ofC the Americanr people...hut he doesn't
trust them enough h to release the tune~s." cGoullwa:ter wasr\referring to the
controversial tapes Fubpoenlaed by the Sentate Wa'te~rgate Cocmmittee ;tnti
Spe~Cial proseCCutor Archihald (`o\. In his spchl last night. Niirnn said the
tapes cannot he released because they are protectedl under the
constitution."

AGNEW GETS STANDING OVATION IN DENVER
DENVERK (AI') Vice P'residenit Agniew has asked~ ta~r support or
President Nixn,ll \a)ing the Presidenct's replutatio~n i\ at the melrcy of false
and oftenl mtlicious accusations leaked to, the new\\s medria. Agnewr said that
public figrures moust expect so~me c~riticismr. B~ut the Vice P'resident said
Nixon wvill no~t give wvay to his critics, since the P'reside~nt is nort concerned
with popularity but with his respo~nsibilit) to, the country.
Angew spoke la!st night inl Denve~r after the P'residenlt's cpeerch ln
\ate'rgate. lifteen-hund~red delegates to, the Internattio na; l B~rotherhoo~d of

t ~ite n ak fnv e ah s.cepresideran a s nding wati1
CKAND, JUKY BEGINS AGNEW HEARING TODAY
BALTIMIORY (AP) A specal grand lury to~day is expected to, start
hearing testimonyl) on allegations thalt Vice P'resident Ag~new wa:s inlvolvedt in
a bribery) and kickback scheme. ast n~ight, the Justice Decpartmelnt
confirmed that Atto~rne~y General Filiot Richardso~n mert with Agnew
privately earlier this county officials and engineering firms doing business w~ith the county- and
state. Sources say that indictmecnts are expected shortly .

Acorin t: h 4 e "Ne ts t Timest"" Kic ~trdu~n oldn Ag ew that

30,000 INSURGENTS SURROUND PHNOM PENH
P'HNOM PENIl (A\P) T 7he Camb~odian Comnmanld expressed confidence
roa ha ti ca shl e ol degel ig amiack < ni I'non Penh without U.S.

P'hnom Penh is surrounded by an estimated 30-thousalnd ( lmmnst-lei
insulrgents fighting to toplple th~e government o~f I'resident Lacn Not .
AIR STRIKE MISSION 5 MINUTES BEFORE DEADLINE
WVASHING;TON (AP)- The P'entagon says the situations around Phnom i
Penh an1d throughout C`ambodia was very quiet today tiollo~wing the end ~t
U1.S. bombing. Defense D~epartmlent spokesman Jerry 1riedheimn declined.
however, to speculate whether the lull of military activity will last.
lriedheiml said the last bombhing strike by U.S. planes had been carried l
o~ut by two 1-Fo~ur Phantom jets out of Ubon Air Base in TIhailand. Hec said
they completed the mission 5 minutes before the deadline. Iriedheiml said
the UI.S. flew 279 strike so~rties o~n the last day of the air war, and he saiit
there are no planes now\ to, reduce U.S. air strength in T`hailand.
NIXON WARNS NORTH VIETNAM
WASHING;TON (AP')- President Nixon warned North Vietnamrr tordal
thiat he will take appro~priate action if H~anoi mounts an offensive which
Canmbodia had culminated an important incentive for a negottiated
settlement in C'ambocdia

Ni o alJ t r i th e i n o r sio a e~dc h ad r ~n e the ir 1 1 1

NIXON SHIFTS TOWARD CONGRESS?
, hA s 1 n seO iA)- jdmninitrati n for Indochina. The acknowvledgement c~ame in a statement on Cambhodia
issued yeLsterdaJ by the W~hite House. The officials repeated thant he UJ.S.
wvas virtually helpless in taking action in Indochina followPing ( congressional
orders ending the bombing in Cambodia.
Thee White H()e uSe tttementrusaid )Hnim solud ld ~ritadrn J haN t
Vietnam were to mount a newv offensive. The administration officials saiid
t~h t Nixon's shift toward Coingress is more imlportantt than the warnings: to

GENERAL OMAR BRADLEY UNDERGOES SURGERY
LOS ANG;ELES (AP) G;enecrl o~f the A4rms Omar Bradleq unldenrwent
surgery this morning for insertionr of a sieve-like device to prevent rec~urreft
blooid clots froth n~auting to his lungs. The so-year-old B~radlc has bieen
ho~spitalized in Los Angeles since Mlonday writh blood clots. Hle i\ the runis
ti ing-US a~i a/i n >trira e nd or rs si sth Amnerican I oiries Jurink
His wife Kitty said in a \tatemenlt after the operation: "1hce Gcneral has
survived surgery ... his conditions is serious, but the prognosis is \tery
'npfel. tv >t era Irfnstles is at the L~os Angeles Metdical Cntertr oft the

DOLLAR CONTINUES TREND OF RECOVERY
LONDU` ON (AP)- The Juliar hit niew two~-mo~nth peaks thlkill morine ini
Europe, co~ntinuing a trenrd of recovery inl r~cenlt dals. The11 U.S. monel hit
its highest value onl the I rankfurt exchange since Junle 29th, w\henl the
mark revalued upwvard. Dealers attribute to~day'F rise to the imnprovemeint in
the U.S. alarke ol pal ments figures aiiuntceu yst I 1 o.


U. LN(T( qC Fl)P TYe TS. hs aHsurpls: inU Lt Sace or paymentt s
for the first tune~ inl three and a h1alf years. There wvas a 463 million dollar
surnu in paymernt trannac~tio~n\ with other nationsr in, the eco~t nd qluarter It
Although the surplus Is \nmall, compared wvith aI parnments deficit in the
first quarter of ten and II half billion dollars, It shows\ ani uscratll
un uroeenw ton lve bi~llio~n d llairs. The surplus mensln there we~re runllre
TO STUDY UN'S HEAT EFFECT ON EARTH

HOUl spen se I hors t J > stu~n he~r te het theftf brt ar~to < t.
ert a Tes "rdurl day lant < se action tt wh sor uitsu trt ? ernimoln
bore~d with their free times in sp~ace.
Trhe entire 200-hiour solar exam~inatio~n ofl the suni alsoi should t ~lp inl the
search fo~r unlimited and tpollution tree powe~vr sources o~n earth.



.100,000 francs o~r about 25.000 dorllatrs 1


jurors, so defence seek HOw





By Eric Sharp
CHRISTIANSTED, ST. CROIX, Au 5 (AP)- Defense
attorneys for five men convicted of the Fountain Valley murders
filed motions Wednesday asking that the convictions be set aside


CI
RICHARD NIXON
... not guilty' plea

UORLU






LONDON (AP)-London's
newspapers stayed up late
Thurs ay to splash reports of
President Nixon's speech under
big headlines on the front
pages of specially-replated final
eriios. aherv tnat ons'
front-page play.
'Not Guilty," says Nixon,"
bannered the mass circulation
tabloid Daily Mirror.
"Nixon pledge a new
deal,"' headlined the Daily
Mail.
.'Watergate: Nixon reaffirms

Fi anci Timesleic har l
ever stays up late, even for the
biggest news.
The Conservative D~aily
T~elegraphth whbic general )

was more cautious in its
headlines: "Nixon dodges the
issue. Silence on key\s to
Watergate."
T~he speech came too late for
editorial comment but several
papers ran comments by their
U'.S. correspondents.
(;ordon Jefferyi of the Daily
Mirror wrote from Washington:
lie was frank, firm, and didn't
budge an inch. This was Nixon
the' supreme political toughie
not merely asking Americans
to trust him but virtually
telling them it was their duty


lon iead of being umdbitc o
he had nothing to be ashamed

emphati whenwh sai dh am t
principle of confidentiality was
'absolutely essential to the
conduct of the Presidency' and
that to upset this would
'cripple' future holders of the

offs a tele vision

pe irmnce sitbelas probably
Ross Mark of the Daily
Ex pre ss wrote from
Washington:
"ln effect. Mr. Nixon left
the nation's 200 million people
still guessing about many
aspects of Watergate .... the
efe t of tonihsht'ss leaking o

Watergate did little to stemn the
riptide of accu stations
implicating him in the
Wate gateacomspiracie son

Was i el n correspondent of
"Instead of the expected
detailed rebuttal of the main
allegations made about him in
the hearings, Mr. Nixon's
speech and 4,000 word
statement Issu ed

enurs i nel ouu e ific. Th

unas eed liee c rtain let
arouse a new storm of criticism
and raise new doubts about his
bha mt fa in an> afi


hearings, merely stating that he
had no intention of making a
comprehensive response at this
stage."
Guy De Jon Uieres in
Washington for the Financial
Tirnesh said tht the Pnaidn '

are intended to lay to rest the
controversy that has assailed
the White House and
dramatically diminished his
own popularity since the
scandal broke .... however, he
produced no new evidence
tonight to support his claims of
innocence. h
In Spam, the Roman
Catholic newspaper Ya
headlined its report of
President Nixon's speech and
statement on Watergate
"Nixon again proclaims
innocence in Watergate case."


The Neuvo Diario reported
that the President had asked
atergundersaanding mn the
In France, the only morning
newspaper to carry the speech,
Le Figaro, said in a dispatch
from Washington
correspondent Jacques
Jacquet-Francillon:
"This plea certainly had a
convincing tone. But it's not at
al certain that it achieved its


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By ET IENNE DUPUCll
PelTraWAS REPOff D ilji7hlele n W Ilsl8th t ttd
Erskine-Lindop mid A. K. Wright are to be replaced by
Bahamians before the end of the year to complete the
Bahamianization of the upper echelons of the civil service,
Deputy Prime Minister Arthur ilanna revealed in the House of
Assembly that day.
Development Minister Carlton Francis parroted elation at this
achievement. He said "tor the record" that he had been watching
emerging nations closely since India became independent and the
Bahamas is the first to so completely replace expatriates with
nationals in Government administration before Independence
Day.


ni hosesta 11 atibi >pr tI the fact that they are making fools of themselves.
There are still several senior expatriates in the Government

itM easp ally l}utle jt ie rv. APTrdnidadiamwaswecenit
appointed a Nigerian Magistrate. There is also a Trinidadian Chief
Magistrate.
These men are black and so. apparenth, they are not regarded
as expattrates. .
It is a significant fact that, while Mr. Ilanna eliminated white
expatriates from The Tribune staff, the former Editor of The
Hahamian Time official mean of the PLP, was a black West

11 nt > ltri was in< st of her staff. The Bahamian Times
**********
What Mr the no was boasune about was that the Government
had eliminated all white expan ate faces from senior posts in the
Go rnn nt to conceal your attitudes from the world? "Call a

spade a spade" and not try to cover up in an effort to conceal the
truth from the public. ,,
Remember folks. "you can't eat your cake and have it too .
You can't keep on stabbing white people in the back while
holding out your hand for largesse from white tourists and
possible investors.
You need white money but every day and in every way you
show by your actions that you hate the guts of white people and
will stab them in the back at every opportunity.
Shades of the Hawksbill Creek Agreement!!!
What I can't understa/i s 11 t is statement should have
come from Mr. Hanna and not from Prime Minister Pindling.
Mr. Pindling tried to make the world believe that he had got
control over his Government when he recently moved Mr. Hanna
out of the Ministry of Home Affairs, and pretended to establish
control over Finance and Development by creating an Economic
Ministry headed by himself, but it seems clear to everyone that
Mr. f lanna still swings a heavy club in the Cabinet.
Am I right in suspecting that Mr. Pindling is no more than a
helpless puppet in the hands of Mr. flanna?
It certainly looks that way to me. It is interesting that Mr
Hanna was the only "buddy" mentioned by Mr. Pindling in his
recent article in Tropic magazine in which he outlined the means
by which the PLP had taken over the country.

CI Tbbwass i chre ofrt1icem\ I i5s ts u ti lor aral Gables Rotary
He spoke on the hijacking of planes and measures taken by
law enforcement forces in the nation to reduce this crime .....and
of measures taken to deal with a hijacking case when it occurs. He
said that all but one case of skyjacking had been solved.
The unsolved case was that of a man who had jumped from a
plane over a jungle area, with his bag of ransom money, and
completely disappeared.
Investigation revealed that a few days before the hijacking
took place residents in the area of the forest "drop" heard a small
plane landing and taking off on a bit of cleared ground deep in
the forest.
This man must have known a great deal about aviation because
he ordered the captain of the plane to take off with the back
door steps down.
The captain said this was impossible. The hijacker told him
that it was possible and that it nutst be done that way. The
captain checked with experts in the company and was told that it
was possible. And so he took off with the back door open,
thereby providing a safe escape route for the hijacker. Since then
the backdoors in planes are all sealed up.
110 sued that it \\as beheled that the Jul of successful
hijackings was over, both because of procedures developed by
law enforcement departments in the U.S. and agreements made
with Cuba and Algeria to deal severely with hijackers who seek
refuge in their country. These had been the two principal haven'
for hijackers save s,
I met this FBI officer after the meeting. He expressed surprise
that no hijacking had originated in the Bahamas.

cloHeer diomshi t eu o thB ak aP IceF rd forged a
He spoke highly of Mr. Salathiel Thompson, Commissioner of
the Force, and Mr. Jonathan Crawley who heads CID in Nassau.
He told me that some of the officers of the Bahamas Force

twerehnow be ngr c dePfo w b i pre e i
and detection of crime.


He said that the Bahamas Government was now finding it more
practical to send men to the nearby FBI for training than sending
them to police schools in far aw'ay England.
This arrangement, together with the Police Training School
which the British government recently built m Nassau as a gift to
the colony, should greatly add to the effectiveness of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force in dealing with major crimes in the Islands.
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Last year Nurse Angela Carrol, who takes care of my
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co tital tsd Whye doesn't Mhe

Wallace Whitfield? This is the

onlonhopedwei lee o o na
If the Opposition continues
the way it is going there will be
no need for an election in four
years. For example, I
understand that Cyril Fountain
did not return to Rum Cay and
San Salvador for 10 months
following the September

Page 6, Col. 1


El ItTOsRbT Tr iunes to all of
us that the FNM under Kendal

's":::,;nddoOn n Turnquest
I read about a month ago
where action was going to be
taken against three members
very shortly but. true to form,
nothing has happened. Perhaps
they have decided to let the
matter die If this is the case,
why doesn t the Party say
something so the public will
know what is going on? I did


tha ae rib nalTurnquest
appointed. But when? Next
year m one of the thousands of
FNM members who have
become disillusioned with the
Party since the election. The
reason is simple no
leadership. Mr. Isaacs couldn't
get 10 votes in Ft. Montagu
now. I do not see how a man
can hold on to a seat when he
knows he doesn't have any
support at all from his


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Kindly allow me a little
space m your paper to give
"three cheers for the long
suffering and very courageous
Board of St. Andrew's
School. They deserve great
respect from all sane thinking
parents, shareholders and
anyone else connected in the
past or present with St.
Andrew's School. They have
stood firmly together, despite
volleys of criticism, and that is
exactly what a good Board of
Directors is for.
I have been involved in
school activities practically
from the time St. Andrew's
opened, having served on
several committees when my
four children were attending
school, and I now have
grandchildren at St. Andrew's.
han d att se lioardmli
diplomatic and gentlemanlike
manner. Mr. Chaplin was the
one to undermine himself by
going to the Press and putting
the word "fired" on the front
page of the newspaper.
The long and short of it is,
as t ng tabtdhe nalon 3as

to 301 in favour of the Board
so why not get on with it. Hats

offdto al ogenBlemen of St.

P.O.!WRS. MONICA ALBURY
Nassau,
August 15, 1973.


The tenth was

theda te!

The Bahamas has gone
Independent man
The people danced and listen
to the band

Cop plenot the Bahamian
How the Bahamas is going to
be
When they do see it would be

July the tenth was the date.
At midnight when the flag
went up
The Bahamas was on its way
down
That is a bloody shame
But who do we have to blame.

Forward, Onward, Upward our
Prime Minister say
With the Bahamas an
Independent country
That would be the day.
When the people see and feep
our poor state
They would know July tenth
1973 wa he cmB mian

people wait
That would not be a crime
It they only waited until it was
the right time.
FREEPORTER

RED CROSS HEED

VOLINTEERS


EDITOR The Tribune,
Please permit me space in
your most valuable columns to
make some observations about
current events.
A letter appearing in last
evening's edition made
mention of the fear that has
gripped the people of this new
nation and the silence of the
opposition.
By this time, all well
thinking persons should be
aware of the policy of the
leaderless opposition, if only
for the fact that they are in
agreement (so far) with all that
the government is doing. What
baffles me as a concerned
Bahamian is why they do not
formally join the P.L.P., and
make it officially a one party
state, since that is ipso facto
wha t is.startling revelation

about the Pindling-Vesco affair
brought only a few raised
eyebrows. Why, the St.
Andrew's affair has been
discussed far more than the
more serious issues facing our
people.
The rank victimization in the
Public Service, the failure of

ke Pau ni Serviceag r tn t
dictatorial tendencies of the

e emse the re5rdinn siin

additional taxes, the refusal of
certain government Ministers

Rnedibackben h sdtot Buds
etc., are all issues that should
concern ny oppTosition thath

more to it than meets the eye
that the Opposition has been
leaderless for so long.
One can perhaps well
understand why Mr. Watkins,

Maul),Adderleyght ha d nS
Roland took the course of
action which they did. They
had no onfidedicsein the m

al ofdha more than
History will record that the
P.L.P. runs a very effective
opposition. They were
effective because they tackled
the issues that concerned the
people. They were effective
because there was no
communication gap between
the leadership and the P.L.P.
The best thing that could
happen in this country today is
for all the present officeholders
(F.N.M.) to vacate their seats
in favour of persons who are
prepared to fight for the rights
of W il otph stand idly by,
our freedom is being taken
away. If you are not P.L.P. you
had better hold your tongue or
be careful of whom and with
whom you speak.
Those persons in the Civil

?"'; ghothesupporteg netr
elections, or who were at least
suspected of supporting them

at chs
of promotion to higher posts
and in some instances
demotions. There are cases
where persons are being made
to act in positions for years,
and the word doing the rounds
by the paid informers of the
P.L.P. is that they will never be
confirmed in those jobs.
This means frustration and a
tremendous waste of talent.
What is all this talk about
Bahamianization Mr. Prime
Minister, what about it Mr.
Deputy Prime Minister m
Charge of personnel matters?
Isn't the boy from Long island
entitled to the same treatment
as your sisters and other
members of your family who
have been given top jobs since
the P.L.P. came to power?
Aren't, Mr. D.P.M., all
Bahamiansn equal bef re th


discriminate against Bahamians
because of p olit ical
philosophies or colour or are
we going to build a strong
vibrant nation using all of our
physical resources? Why should
Mr. Political, from
Chippingham have more
influence in City Hall than the
Page 6, Col. I


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ChirTstMAs bseemMa ng/r stio
already thinking about the new
garments that they hope to
make and distribute this year.
"We would like to make this

adisrte t ingeatrobyhemank ga
New Providence and the
Family Islands more new night
dresses, dresses, skirts and
blouses than in previous years,
a Bahamas Red Cross
spokesman said,
"We can cut out garments
using our cutting-out machine
but we need volunteers to
stitch and finish the garments,"
she said.
Anyone with time to spare
if only an hour a week and
who is willing to sew at Red
Cross headquarters on
Dowdeswell Street, or in her
own home is asked to contact
Mr. Butler. Assistant Welfare

'dt I hoTi e2-2454 or


paying the tuition fees of his children at a private school by
collecting used postage stamps and selling them to Solomon's
Mines who, in turn, sells them to visitors to the island.
I thought it was a commendable project and so I spent about

aitoErveat my olM deae d oirt p stamps fronr
nurse. I still send her the few stamps I receive on my mail here in

CoDa ab y last visit to Nassau the nurse told me that her
cousin missed my daily contribution to his project but she gave

m heigo ews that he had been able to send his eldest sun to
These are the kind of people who get on in the world .
honest people who show initiative and are prepared to work
rather than stand around waiting for a handout.

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
When a voice behind me whispered low,
"That fellow's got to swing".
OSCAR WILDE

We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.
WILDE
..........
There is no sin except stupidity.


SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER.


WILDE I


Wht Edkillit


Whe Gribunt
NULLIUS ADDICTUS URARE IN VERBA MAGIS=
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H.1)UPUCH.Publisher/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUDI, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON.M.Sc.. B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street. P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TE EPF IONES:
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986


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engineering to be used to unnecessary. The car has a
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spce uti i atio of th 'Csp anc heare odrestrdtues dfront
capsule". This ability to devote dfr esvl n hs
exceptional attention to asr hrfcso mat
passenger comfort has become


bbh.p. (NIN). Cast iron cylinder
block. aluminiumn cylinder
head. five bearing crankshaft
ant overhead valves.
Down-draught single choke
c~arburettor. mechanical fu~l
pumip, pressure lubrication
thro gh gr prruip e and a
filter. Centrifugal cocoling water
pump. recirculation device to
ccive dblow-b gbae st ninltil
quI mb u st io n c hamh e rs
1ngine-t transmission unit
located transversely and rubbecr
mounllted.
Transmission unit with
clutch and gearbox primiar!
shaltt in the same axis as the
c~rankshaft. Fu forward
\Ipeeds. all with svnc~hromsh..
plus reverse.
OILS
independent lubricatilon fo~r
the gearbox/final drive unit
anld for the engine. Both the
gearbox and the engine are '
lubricated by the most
appropriate oils.
Engine temperature with
thermocstaticalll controlled
electric cooling fan mounted
on the radiator which operates
only when necessary. The
vertical single choke
ca3rburettor is fitted with a
water heated jacket to prevent
the risk o~f carrburettor iiing
and engine capable of
maintaining high rotating
speeds in complete safety.


On the interior of the car.
there are five comfortable seats
and a standard of finish second
to none. Instruments grouped
in two large legible dials.
Central gear lever. Dashboard
padded and covered in
non-er feti tsha e w dash. a
spacious parcel shelf in front of
passenger and two separate
ranilatior sytnts Yur t l

cold air on your ince-
Two-speed heater tan. stale air
extracted through outlets
below rear window aInd
intermnitte~nt and normal
windscreen wipers
S;ATIS
Thec car is also equipped
with seats upholstered in
stretch toam leaitherloth with
reclining backs, optional extra.
Paded dashboard trimmed In
non-reflective material,
Soundproof body shell,
elimination of sources of
vibration att all levels and
obsorption of noises. A
windsc~reen wiper which is
normal and intermitttent
operation: controlled by a lever
on the right of the steering
column below the wheel rin.
Spray~ type windscreen
washers. warning lamp in
instrument panel. steering lock
and arm rest on all four doors.
Fiat 1'8 engine is equipped
with four cylinders w~ith a
capacity of 1,1 l6 c.e. Bore 80
mn. Stroke 5_55 n .
nopression eratic 8.8- 1 l
Mfaximnum power output 55


comfort with all around
independent suspension with
reduced transmission of
roadsurface reactions to the
body~ shell.
Brakes with mixed system.
dlisis on the front wheels and
drums on the bac~k. Brake
effort proportioning valve to
ensrepr tpt tdi tributtion of
itieoad inathe ve~hi lie an a'?:

There is a light. precise. safe.
rak ad ii sern
sstem.ajith h b ingsictoe rd
well behind the engine. The
columnn is also unive~rsaliv
jointed and divided into three
sectionss.
F~iat 128 thrives on success.
as soon as it was introiduiced it
won~ seven international "icar of
the \.ear awards
The Fiat service warranty
policy! ensures to the customer r
withiin the stated te~rmsa
comprehensive coverage oz
larbour costs and materials for
the F~iat cars,
~The "Fiat Ricambi" plant
which manufactures and stoires
all1 Fiat rep7lacemnent parts in
T~urin ensures prompt despatch
of spare parts through over
12.000 Service (Centres all over
the wo~rld.
Ihe local Nassau agent tor
this sma~rt looking Italian car. iu
ABC Mrotors on Collins
r~"""""'


1. Aluminum finned cover unit with plastic
eade. Ie ch pa ng elmnent tube artd te
mounted inside the cover unit.
2. Heat resistant Pyrex boiler (half gallon
3.Pa tci stand with aluminum collector
plate.
4. Plyehyl n~e re ev ng b 0tl (half
conveniently stored in the refrigerator,
either horizontally or vertically. Two
bottles with stoppers are provided.


Design simplicity and sturdy construction insure
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The heating element is mounted inside the cover
un Heat res istantvicacty Pyrex boiler (half gallon
3. Plastic stand with collector plate.
4. Polyethylene receiving bottle (half gallon
capacity) Bottle is designed to be conveniently
stored in the refrigerator, either horizontally or
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lovely old Bahamianr mantsionl nestled br~eteen rowe~rin~g ccconutr
palmts anld tropical gardens surro~undedl byl high stonre


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setting fo~r enrtertaininlg an~d ma~kes oultdcour dinlingc a nutlst.
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evecry~ desire. ; ctk tails and dilnner are also, served on the patio
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Unrfortunratel, El` Pario is a private homerc andt for the timer being
w'e li all have to be contentr to goc somewhere else UNLEI~SS'
ant enterprising in viduiial or cocmpanyl comes fo~rwardl wtith
a fair for our ald world charm and the ctne~rgerquired
to c~apitalize onr thlis molrst unuIsual inv'(Sr)estme o~pprtunlit'.

This lo vely property~ is nowH beingy (,JLkred for sale or on a
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Tel. 3/277
FOssl. Box 5-194


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By Daphne Wallace Whitfield
prLsdt fEE hFritz n r s,
Players, spoke of the need for

Bhm b tlat the pa n
wih lt rry abli is. t ay
Va ad Gerr Olhm
talen edaneaching co ple ,ava
reetl Id se da bo I e
a combination of verse, music
and drama.
For the purposes of this
column today the two one act
plays are of particular interest
They have the structural
exc e lce wich n r Sub

otherwise good literary efforts
among many of those aspiring
playwrigt in the Bah m s. s
Forward to this work, says.
"Two heads are, indeed bette .
than one though one be an
tEleuthera (BE haan) head and
Pyfrom is the Eleuth ranbonee


merit or patronage. This is
nuh ng changes tthelotaham aht
mass of piecp not one it iae

superior schools, equipment.
teachers and methods, welfare
childh inae an h Ith facilitis
for the people that need it the
most.
There are two ways in which
patronage especially of the
political variety as opposed to
merit create an unfavourable
climate for the development of
SthSa ards are consequently
re uce One body in a
position e t ec rued tP abl t
everyone else who sees the
futility of aspiring to
excellence in their chosen field.
hehoral oe thus redu ed, >
of the Arts aspiring to a post
claim that he was turned down
in favour of what he termed a
"political appointee"
Thoroughly disillusioned he
went into a field completely
unrelated to his particular
talents and training in which he
felt he had an even chance for
fulfillment arul promotion.

NEXT IVEEK Ishali discuss

tet srmto n nof eNat lis
in the Bahamas on the Arts -
whether for good or bad


Bahamian and her husband
Gseheyis English born 'tahnou h

adoht n are a dedicated
teaching team and this
anthology is a result of their
en edr l toh pr videwhrceleva t
children in their care could
"express their feelings about
themselves, their country and
their people".
Both plays "The New
Commissioner" and "When
Will He Come Again" are
mitnl nBahamlian with good
fas-mvig iaogu an
dramatic crises. The latter play
Bsahamibeaautif ent sensitive
universal theme and, as such,
combines a classical form and
theme in a modern Bahamian
atht ing rcth believabid
natural Bahamian dialogue.
CULTURE
"Culture" is from the same
latin word as "cultivate" and it
means to till or to prepare the
ground for crops.
In assessing the climate for
the beneficial development of a
country's culture many factors
he side ation enottlal t ofnto
the government that
det"" ne'shwhladt sort of a
Gray's "Elegy in a Country
Churchyard" is the most
eloquent lament of the wasted
talent created by poverty and
isolation. In travelling through
the out islands one is always
very conscious of the talents
and abilities existing in the
most unexpected places
talents that would die with the
bodies of their owners
unacknowledged and unsung.
On the other hand it is
generally recognized that the
citizen of Soviet Russia is

btefrri enf at~eriailly tan t s
Communist Russia the arts are
heavily subsidized and the

Tre olseoi blet i eoe rsd
throughout the world. Yet
original creativity is sadly
lacking in Russia today where

eubhacd rati nseotoic rs f t
government. There are no

in td e ss or beltky vnsd
Boris Pasternak, author of "Dr


t


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 29 Italian money
1, Resorts lous bird
5. Flyin s uer 34. Ameri an
11. Denomination 35 Kangaroo bear
12. And not 37. Brawl
13. Frost 39 Carved
14. Territory memorial posl
15. Inductee 41. Persia
17. Meat 45. Kneecap
18. Fur 47 Yarn
19. Caer tion Enaglish river
21. Coral snake '50. Deck hands
24. Pinhead 51. Through
27. Anglo-Saxon 52. Egyptian


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S *UIZLt
53. Preliminary 3 Sheltered
race 4 ieson Il
DOWN 6. Citadel
7. Speechify
1. Woums cover 8.ufade

S9 1'o 10.o Copy
16. Deadly
S20. Japanese
22. eaosput
23. Diocese
24. Biblican haven
1 1 1221 25. Sault Saint
Marie
28 dn iying
a sq chararcteristic
31. Blackthorn
SS 33. Circulate
I 1r2 MS M 36. Book of maps

42. Unusual
S43 almnder
45. Animation
*otures 8-18 46. Hatchet


F~ I
FRITZ STUBBS
Zhivago," was not allowed to
receive his Nobel prize.
What sort of climate for the
Arts do we have in the
aLams Labour Day a union
official said that the lot of the
masses had not improved.
There are a handful of newly
rich and successful young
Bahamnians some of whom it is
questionable whether their
sudden success was due to



SAILED TODAY: Bahama

Miami: O eaic, 1ttea fr
New York.
ARRIVING TOMORROW:
Mardi Gras, Skyward from St.
Thomas, Virgin Islands.
S AILING TOMORROW:
Mardi Gras, Skyward for Miami

TIDES
High 8:59 a.m. and 9:15
p.m.
Low 2:42 a.m. and 3:00
p.m.
WEATHER

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WEATHER: East-southeast

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TEMP: Min. tonight 74 Max.
tomorrow 89

SUN

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MOON

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Par time 30 min. AP N**sf


THE BAHAMAS


MONETARY AUTH ORIT Y


Invites Applications

for Junior and Senior Positions

With the Authority/Central Bank

Applicants should meet one of the following minimum requirements:

a) University degree in Commerce, Finance or Economics or the
equivalent professional degree from a recognized institution or body;
3 to 5 years experience in a financial institution.

b) 5 to 10 years experience in a financial institution with at least 3
years at a senior or supervisory level within the institution and some
recogfnised professional qualifications.

c) 5 or more G.C.E. or other equivalent certificates of which one
must be in Mathematics and one in English. Experience desirable but
not necessary.


Applicants are to write to the Chairman,
P.O. Box N-326, submiittinig resumnes in
August. 1973.


Bahamas Monetary Authority
confidence on or before 30th


This weekend, why not lock up the house and go home? Home to the palm-
fringed villages of Andros. Home to the endless beaches of Eleuthera. Home
to the history of San Salvador.
Bahamasair and the Bahama Out Islands Association have put together
a Homebod~y Holiday to many of the Family Islands. From now until October


31st, you'll get 20% off on your airline fare and 20% off on your hotel rate.
To qualify, you have to be Bahamian or a resident of the Bahamas.
For airline reservations, phone Bahamasair at 7-8511 in Nassau or at
352-5771 in Freeport. For hotel reservations, phone 2-8383. Then lock up
the house and go home.


There's a Homebody Holiday for all these Fkmily Islandsf:


Abaco
Elbow Cay, Hope Town
Guana Harbour Club, Great Guana Cay
Hope Town Harbour Lodge, Hopeiown
Treasu re Cay Beach Hotel & VilIlas, Treasure Cay

Andros
Andros Beach Hotel & Villas, Nichollsiown
Las Palmas Hotel, Driggs Hill
Small Hope Bay Lodge, Fresh Creek

Berry islands
Great Harbour Club, Great Harbour Cay


Bimini
Bimini Hotel & Apts., North Bimini
Bimini Islands Yacht Club, South Bimini

Eleuthera
Aquavilla Resort, South Palmetto Point
Arawak Cove Club, Gregory Town
Buccaneer Club, Governor's Harbour
Cape Eleuthera Villas, Yacht & Country Club'
Cape Eleuthera
Current Club, Current
Hatchet Bay Yacht Club, Hatchet Bay
Tranquillity Bay Club, Governor's Harbour


Harbour island
Briland Yacht Club, Coral
Romora Bay Club

Spanish Wells


Sands Hotel


Robert's Harbour Club

Exuma
Hotel Peace & Plenty, GeorgeTown
Out island Inn, GeorgeTown
Pieces of Eight, GeorgeTown

San Salvador
Riding Rock Inn, Cockburn Town


Talented teaching couple publish verse,


music & drama booklet


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EAR ABB ~HY: I am a maid in a first class hotel.
:(o do~n t mention the city.] I took something from a
fam ~nous~ person who stayed here. I have admired this
; o'\n: for years and only wanted a souvenir.
H hat I toock may be valuable, and now my conscience
i; x: ericng me. I am not a common thief, but I'm not
::-e Itno~ugh to confess, and now I don't know what to do.
;e h~elp me. I trust you. TROUBLED MIND
DE1R:.1 TROU~BLED: Go to your public library and look
for that person's name Pad address in "Who's Who in
tloricra." If you find it, mail back whatever you took. If
,;nl r: t find the name and address, write to me and I wWl
rln~: for, you. I You can trust me.] And if you ever again
souvenir" from a famous person, ask for an auto-
d picture.
E 48\~ ABBY: I work in a fairly large office. One of
i1rls whlo works here is being married soon, so a
rker suggested we girls give her a bridal shower. [The
i;,to e is 30 years old and has been married before. So
otr fiance.]
e bride made up a list of "suggested shower gifts"
:she mlrmeographed and distributed to all the girls in
,ilice This list is titled "CAN USE" and there are
~Ipagies of "gift suggestions" [typed, single-spaced]
atilng the brand names preferred, and "where-to-pur-
1 She listed everything imaginable from a cork-
:oa king-sized bedspread! !1
e even submitted dimensions of her living room,
c ;oorn. be~droom amc bath indicating, "Rugs are
hen I saw this list I was turned off completely and
ted not to attend. I declined the shower and told the
whyl Was I wrong? SOURED IN CALIFORNIA
iE 1R SOI'RED: No. Since you felt that the purpose of
hoerT waBs to "'soak" the guests, I don't blame you.
ii:E~cAR ABB: I just had a terrible experience. I invit-
r gals man into our mobile home for a cup of coffee.
iid ben filling our tank for about a year, and he
a ;(o nice.
.ia Just made a fresh pot of coffee and asked him if
:a~ to join me for a cup. LMy husband had left for
:i lthis mran got inside he sat at the table and kept
I,ai at me funny. I felt uncomfortable but kept talking
pi;:ng coffee. Then he said he'd never seen a mobile
i-t ;ke mrine before, so I offered to show him around. He
i di cor-nered me in the baby's room, but I managed to
gol a1 of that, situation and back into the kitchen.
I ,ept praying someone would call me. Finally, I edged
ii ra the door, and opened it, and told him I had a lot of
we;t to, do. He left reluctantly.
ilbby. i am only 22. Am I naive? Was I wrong in
nig hlim In for coffee? Do most men who talk to
ewluives~ take this as an invitation for something else?
aEs I being forward? I blame myself. I swear I only
ati he tt friendly. FRIGHTENED
:f't 11( FRIGHTENED: Perhaps he mistook your
;Tir1n1~4 ones r something more. Most men who deal with
bli u:\ l ar-e straight and strictly all business. But it's


I`Yal 9004. Eaclose stamped, self-addressed envelope,

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to expel someone who
questions your authority?
SMr. Editor unless we get an
ntd OPPOSITION real soon, may
plce, od save the Commonwealth
from instant destruction.
JAMES BROWN


Sassau.
August 10. 1CS73.


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Phone 55599 P.O. Box 4764

Specializing in Men and Boys Clothing


PRE FALL CLEARANRCE SALE


STARTING THURSDAY 16th AUG.


MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRT
PERMA PRESS WASH AND WEAR WERE
$10.00 NOW $5.99
JERSEY KNIT SHORT SLEEVE SHIRT
WASH & WEAR WERE $13.95 NOW $7.99

REG. LONG SLEEVE GRIPPER THIN
1 5% OFF k

a MEN1 %PAN S 100% POLY .DOUBLE

LIMITED AMOUNT OF PLAID JEANS :
WERE $14.99 NOW 59.99
SUITS 100% POLY 15%t OFF /
SPORT JACKET 100%t POLY 15 %e OFF
ALL MEN SHOES 30%~ OFF



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BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS WASH & WEAR

WERE 55.99 NOW 53.99
WERE $4.50 NOW $2.99
WERE $5.00 NOW 53.50 a Io

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of Grand Bahama and Bimini
who played sa important part
in making our independence
festivities such a resounding
success," said Mr. Henry
Bowen, M.P., for West End and
Bimini.
"However as Member of
Parliament for West Grand
Bahama and Bimini, I would
be remiss in my duties if I were
not to single out and commend
certain individuals and groups
for outstanding service to the
community and to the nation,"
he said.
"Worthy of honourable
mention are the Rev. Allan
Martin and members of Martin
Town Community Church. The
Rev. Raymond Jones and the
dedicated members of the
Grand Bahama Christian
Council provided invaluable
help and guidance.
"~On behalf of all the people
of West Grand Bahama, I
acknowledge the support given
us by firms such as Bahama
Cement Co. Ltd. and Waugh
Construction Co. Ltd., for the
loan of not only their
equipment, but operators as
well, in our drive to clean up
our community.
"Public spirited citizens such
as Mr. Hadley Forbes, Mr. Fred
Cooper, Mr. Bert Williams, Mrs.
Regina Martin, Mr. Chester
Rolle, Mr. Naaman Rollins,
Mrs. Ann Grant, Mr. Herb
Fernander and many, many
others too numerous to
mention, gave freely of their

:Emmndt ator nver neor
equalled in Bahamian history,"


Grant, Mr. Ansil Saunders and
Mr. Irvin Smith, together with
tei t rber cae s. aug

Hol an AlvcDonalor, Mr
Chester Rolle, Commissioner
K.E. Taylor and all those who
organized our Constituenc
Float are to be con ratulated
on having done a first class job.
"Miss Debbie Taylor and the
other beautiful young ladies of


you for helping to bring us
through so successfully.
"To our community leaders
such as Mr. Fred Duncombe,
Mr. Harry Sherman, Mr.
Simeon Brown, Mr. Fred
McKenzie, Capt. Harcourt
Brown, Mr. Gordon Lowe, Mr.
Lowell Grant and Mr. Bursel
Cox, I salute you.
'To the men and women of
our m agn ificent Royal
Bahamas Police Force. Grand
Bahama and Bimini District,
and to the tireless and efficient
personnel of Radio Bahamas
Northern Service, I say the
people you serve so well are
grateful to you and your
Government is proud of you
for a job well done.
"And to all of the people of
Grand Bahama and Bimini,
especially those of you who
turned out to attend the many
functions and conducted
yourselves in the true
Bahamian spirit of Peace and
Love, I pray that God will bless
you always." Mr. Bowen said.?


hard.
"If honorary Bahamian
citizenship could be conferred,
individuals like Mr. Larry Kahn
of Friendship Shopping Cen tre,
Mr. Gerry Goldsmith of the
Grand Bahama Port Authority,
Mr. Peter Streit of the Jack Tar
chain, Mr. Jim Jenks of
Bahama Cement, Mr. Jim
Richardson of Bimini Island
Yacht Club, Mr. John Kimball
of BORCO and Mr. Robert Ball
of the Grand Bahama Port
Authority are certainly
deserving of it. They were
always on hand to help
whenever tney were needea.
"To all of our Ministers of
Religion, such as the Rev.
Evangelist Mullings, the Rev.
Ralph Russell, the Rev. Cephas
Davis, the Rev. Father John
Clarke, the Rev. Frank
Williams, the Rev. Stanley
Pinder, the Rev. Father Grant
and indeed all of our spiritual
leaders throughout Grand
Bahama and Bimini, I thank


Bimini who rode on our
prize-winning float deserve the
highest praise, as does Mr.
Chris Weech for his efforts to
keep Bimini clean,
"In order to do proper
justice to a statement such as
this, I would not only have to
single out citizens such as Mr.
Joe Cartwright, Mrs. Madrina
Russell, Mr. Clifford Martin,
Mrs. Hilda Kemp, Mr. Samuel
P. Williams, Mr. Osworth Smith
and the Rev. Bruce Rolle, but
rather I would have to name
practically every resident of
our Constituency, because
almost every Grand Bahamnian
and almost every Biminite
entered fully into the spirit of
Independence. I approached
directly and asked hundreds to
help and I never got a negative
answer from a single person.
"The Rev. Allan Martin was
like a tireless machine; he
could not do enough anld his
high spirits encouraged others
around him to work just as


BOAC TRAINING CERTIFICATE AWARDS
THE CHAIRMAN OF BOAC, Mr. J. Ross Stainton, was recently in Nassau as the guest
of the Bahamas Government during the Independence celebrations.
During his visit Mr. Stainton took the opportunity to meet BOAC staff in Nassau and
to present training certif icates.
With Mr. Stainton after presentation of their certificates are from left: Barry Pinder,
sales representative; Gerry Smith, reservations sales supervisor; Verlease Sawyer,
reservations sales agent; Arnold Bain, station agent. Also with the group is Mike Keemar,


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ELKS GROUI

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TWO GROUPS of meml
of the Improved Benevol
SProtective Order of the Elk!
the World prepare to bo
.e Eastern Airlines flights
attend the national convent
a fte orga~nisationhteo ben
4 of Tourism, the Hon. Clem
in i ynardspes ronet o
convention. LEFT; the gre
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Roy Davis, Eastern Si
Manager. ABOVE: the gro
headed by Mr. Thol
Saunders is shown with

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D)ALLAs, TI-xAS. Auou;~ST is
81e urism Mni e. pth kin. n
the annual E:lks (;rand L~odge
convention in D~allas said
\Vednesdal that although the
economic life of the Bahamas is
very much interwoven with that of
the United States, we do have one
Industry .. "tourism which
matches any in the wo~rld.
stru useantd se is humas tourist
the best. "'We have to be good to
service our volume of trade," Mr.
Mynajin rded al ti~nn or
last year.
Mr.. Maynard, an active Elk
member and a frequent guest
speaker at the American G;rand
Lde Nationa et mvention, led te

welk long ra talr which t ee a imus
~The Minister also shared
Jlighlights of the July. 10
independence Celebrations with the
conventioneers and added: "Now
that the Week of Jubilee is behind
us, we have turned our minds to the
real task of nationbuilding."
Discussing some current tourism
argram es itNr. aynardatnoteid
sensitive to change not only art
home but especially abroad. Hie
said, "We have known fo~r a longp
time that wve must perform in
competition against the world 5 top
resort areas. It isn't easy but when
the alternatives are co~nsidered in a
country where tourism contributes
od pe aent of the gross natime 1l

tourism, the ;overnment has been
inusrialmdeve I men sodivert if
can take its place alongside tourism
as a contributor to the gross(
national pro~duct.
To (u HIS~fCo(MPL. x
lie mentioned banking as tle
mecn la gest revenue pmadu ~r

and the recently approved plans fo~r
a~a p Lps tourist complex for
On August 14. the Minister held
and e bners f te t avel industi
the Dallas region. Hie spoke about
aspects of the tourism scene arnd
emphasized that Independence to~r
the Bahamas has no~t altered the
country s plans for tourism. 'In
fact, we believe that our position as
a sovereign nation will furtherr
enhance our appeal in the travel
nia et," ni Mirtisteridoirued out.
encouraged by the arrivals fromll the
Dallas area even though there is
potential for greater numberrs.


COMOenil00 IR 0 Ilas
Last year 46,000 tourists arrived The Minister and Mrs. Maynard
in the Bahalmas fromr this region leave Dailas August 15 for a visit to
representing almost 3 percent of Australia and Taiwan and will
the total visitor arrivals which was 'rturn to Nassau at the end of
IS5 milli~n. Aunust.


church ceremony on Saturday'.

MONEY COLLECTED FOR CHICIH BIS


Rev. Raymiond Jone~s, pastor
of the Church, raised S2.531,
thereby making a total of
$10,499.89. The mioney will be
used for the purchased of
aI church buls
T~he chairman for thec

sen tnhe I lsinir re I ks wore
made by Mr. Henry Boweon.
M.P. for West Grand Bahama~
and Bimini.


At a program mme held
recently at Mt. Zion Baptist
Church, Eight Mile Rock. it
was announced that the Senior
Ladies comprising six separate
groups of canvassers, headed
by Sister Natalie Smith, Sister
C onstac Jones, Sister f-o~r s,

Ivy Kemp and Sister Julia
Jones, raised a toal of
$7968.89.


Priscilla Rollins

wins ZH3S Radio


soon contest

PRISCILLA Rollins, one
of Nassau's leading female
vocalists, was announced the
w inner of Radio
Bahamas- -ZNS, Nassau and
Family Islands' first annual
song contest.
"Independece Morning", a
song written by Bahamian
recording artist and composer,
Tony McKay, better known as
"Exuma, the Obeah Man", was
the tune that led Miss Rollins
to her victory.
She was presented with a
cheque for $500, by Radio
Bahamas announcer, Elva
Russell Rolle, at a special
presentation held by the radio
station officials.
Miss Rollins started her
singing career with a group

Irkedime ur ggh%970Ma Se 4
then she has received
background recognition for
Tony McKay's latest recording,
"If It Feels Good Do It" and
for many of the other
rec~o dings ron hils I pept a bm
the Coyaba Room of the
Britannia Beach Hotel, Paradise
Island, with a group called
"Bedie McKenzie and the
Cytations.
"Mike" a song written by
Bahamian artist, Eddie Minnis,
and sung by Ronnie Butler and
His Ramblers, came second
place in the contest, while
"Tuetonic and Shine", written
and sung by Ronnie Butler
placd thrid
Mr. Charles Carter,
programme manager of Radio
Bahamas, and coordinator of
the song contest, said Tuesday
that the contest was judged on
originality, content and
professionalism.
Other islands that took part
in the contest were, Grand
Bahama, Exuma, Fleuthera,
Inagua and Mayaguana.
Judges for the contest were,
Mr. Edmund Moxey, M.P.; Mr.
Horace Wright, head of the
Audio-Visual department of
the Ministry of Education and
Culture and well-known
dahmlkantuacording artist
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ROWS OF SMALL PRIVATE AIRCRAFT line the
tarmac at Nassau International Airport at the close of a
previous Flying Treasure Hunt. The airborne event is
expected to draw 125 planes and as many as 450
participants. The 1973 hunt is slated for November 26 to
December 1.


THE NINTH annual
Bahamas Flying Treasure Hunt
is scheduled for November 26
to December 1, it was
announced by Hans Groenhoff,
Director of Sports Promotion
for the Ministry of Tourism.
A total of 12,5 aircraft from
North Amecrica and Eiurope will
compete for mnany valuable
priZCeS including a lot in one of
d el Bahsram' many resort
The competitors will
assemble at the G;rand Bahama
Hotel at West End, Grand
Bahama, November 25. The
hunt, somewhat akin to an
airborne car rally in which the
fliers identify and plot on a
ma sa srie off pi tographi
November 26 and the

floI ng ay akesear I of th
clues.
The aircraft arrive in Nassau
November 30 to turn in the
answers and the winners are
announced at an awards
banquet the following evening.
Last November's winners
Robert Worley, a 50-year-old
manufacturing executive from
Arcanum, Ohio was presented
with the deeds to an $11,400
lot at Tlreasure Cay, Abaco. Hie
flew a Cetssna 210 with his wife
as navigator and identified 15
of the 18 photographic clues.




















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West Palm on ugst 0.Th


fu neral services were
conducted by va gelist Elliott

Mrs. Bethel's husband,
William Clarence, died 18 years

oughtehre rs. C~adeds Rusone
a son, Chester Bethel, 16
eraadchnhi dren, and 30


FlIAL VO WS
SISTER Janis Coakley
(Above) only daughter of eight
children of Mr. and Mrs,
Samuel Coakley of Calabash
Bay, Andros, will take her final
vows as a member of the
Benedictine community of
nunsd at RS dJoseph's5Chu ch
Saturday.
ASti tr Colanis afttten e
she entered St. Martin de
Porres Convent, Nassau Street.
She furthered her training at
the motherhouse, St.
Benedict's Convent, St. Joseph '
Minnesota*
Sister Janis returned to
Nassau and took her temporary
vows in 1971 to work with the
religious ed uca tion programme t.
A short reception will be
held in the grounds of St.
Martin's Convent after the


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C10867
GUITARIST-ARRANGER for
local band. Call Paul Hanna c/o
3-5145, 10 a.m. to 6 p.mn.
C10820
ADVERTISING accountant
executive, contact 3-4999.


STOE MANAGER -

R es w nsible M thasal A g s

spirits & French wines. Salary
$75.00 per week plus

Admm I 080 cORITh Tribun
P.O. Box N3207, Narssau,
Bahamas.

C10850
APPL CeATIONS oare si ved


Personnel rM aNaeab rcattin t

Candidates should have had
several years experience in
personnel management
preferably in relation to
banking overseas and possess
su tale professi on aI
qu lifications such Pas the
M tiue of orsonnie
Management Diploma.

Wu lficain to th Pesnn l
Manager, BOLAM, P. O. Box
N1262.

C10881
MARRIED COUPLE of
Bahamian status, to manage a
50unit apartment complex.

apartment, ofice o wit lte
included. Knowledge of typing
a~nd bookkepn esse~nT a
PRESIDENpT, BOX( N4939



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executive. Must have wide
teipriencieein banking an r
experience, and accounting
competency to balance sheet.
German and/or French an
asset. Bahamian Prefer-red. Box
N4802, Tel. 21264/5.


hAanO8ELIA LE, capable
hnyma fo ge ap rmet
building. To assist in gardening
and general maintenance One
that enjoys keeping busy.
Apply in writing to "THE
PRESIDENpT, BOX N4939


C 10886
For rent in City, D~owdowsiel,
Street, 3 bedrooms uinfurishea i~
house. Phone 5 4347 Jf f e,
7:30 p.rn,.

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I AD and lovi g memory of
our dear husband and father
Rev. V. G. Peet who departed
thi earthly life on August 15th
God be with you till we meet

Sagainmissed by The Family.



MAR~INE anaP)US

P'ACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

L.10848
39 Ft. Contsolidated Yacht at
the Nassau Vacht Haven
Powered with twin diesel*
Perkin~s. Modern equipment.
I or Iinformation telephone
31 703 after 7.00 p.m.


SCHOOLS

82FGS8RATION for the Da
Nurrsery (Toddlers) and the

c ~rtiniue t the(Kfin e o h
1 a~a~as Gospel Missioe

b~hirley H-eights, Tuesdaysenued
Icdrn days from d0 erm t


D lvision~ 15 months to 3 yr.
v io for3 tye rKind rgaBen
departments open September
3rd. Further information may
be obtained from the office or
by calling Mrs. G. Nottage c/o
Phton-e 24537.

ART SUPPLIES

C10683
COMPLETE range of artists*
supplies. Oils, acrylics, canva:,
easels, etc. Bahamian Paint
Supply L.td., Bay St. Phone
2-2386, 2-2898.

HELP WANTED
C10827
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 Ltd. at Oakes Field
requires Cleaner for new and
usied cars. Must be honest, hard
working and reliable. Apply:
Mr. G. Gardiner. Sales
Supervisor.

C10815
M1ALE MESSENGER over 17
years of age. Must own scooter
and have in his possession a
valid driver 5 licence. Apply in
person Nassau Dairy Products
Ltd. Thompson Boulevard
2:30 4:30p.m.


Male 14pholsterer Stitcher. Call
fioixo 4 -1298

C10)871
WANTED A male agent with
airline or travel agency
experience. For work at Nassau
International Airport. AII
replies must be in writing and
only men with experience will
be considered. Please write Box
N1509, Nassau, Bahamas-

C6172
JMOBNTMTLE: Butk LoDC IO

Me nM M EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years experience loading from
cem ntS RES SIBILITIES.
Performs load of ce n
anid limestone Into ocean going
ships, barges or bulk trucks.
INoTEAES ED ApPP s nNe
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100*
A Sprt Grand Bahama'


C6171
MANAGE R, AI RC RAFT
MAINTENANCE SE RVICE
The following qualifications
req uired ; --FAA
Airframe/Powerplant Licence,
Airline Inspectors Certificate.
A rhw rthineMs ste qbneof
troubleshoot/repair all systems
on 707/727 type aircraft, must
haveicu ree sforma 7s hoig
aircraft, must have minimum 8
yeari e aircr ft maintenance
Ma agerdn~iniste alid phases

deOrtments. Pa~n American
Airwa y 5, report

Bnter i-503,Phoe 352-p7251

C6178
BADGE R PAN AMERICA,
INC.
r quieso Suiie personsnfo

organization during the
cR sructionxpso anBOoeC
Freeport-
CHIEF OFFICE ENGINEER -
Direct admini strative
engineering and report
formulation functions within
cos ruc ion en inee ing
ba ground esE EERl

PLANNING Develop,
analyse and report detailed
information pertinent to the
progress of the construction
schedule, relating it to existing
schedule and predicting effect.
Engineering background

OFIEENGINEER COST
- Develop, analyse and report
detailed information on cost
and schedule of the
construction project, advising
as to the cause, possible
remedies and final results.
Engineering background

FE EN IN ERS Direct

inldngalcivi truayoaut ad
piping erection to design and
specification.
PIPING ENGINEER Design
and detail refinery piping
sections. Mechanical drafting
required.
AREA SUPERINTENDENT
Co-ordinate all phases of
construction activity for a
major refinery unit.
CIVIL SUPERVISOR
Co-ordinate and control total
civil construction (excavations,
concr n t allrpentryd grebr
control to design and

sBp Lei M KE R/ RiGGING
SUPERVISOR Co-brdinate
and c on trol unloading,
transporting and erection of
refinery vessels, towers and
heavy equipment. Must be
experienced in equipment
ceding 2S00P VInSOR
Co-ordinate and control
erection and quality control of
refinery piping material to
design and specification.
ELECTRICAL SUPERVISOR
G o-ordinate and control
installation and quality control
of complex refinery electrical
wiring and equipment to design
and specification.
WAREHOUSE MANAGER
Direct and control receiving,
storage and inventory of
construction materials. Must be
thoroughly knowledgeable in
refinery construction material
and equipment.
AppCLy for each position should
have at least five to ten years
experience in similar jobs
ancudnddmch rcIiuosnrfor the

inlu ing exeaene reume

BADGEslRyPANi AMERICA
FNRCE, E O T BOXG N252


C10894
ONE GOOD Investment.
Duplex apartments each with 2
bedroom, I bathroom. Located
Westward Villas, near shopping
centre and the sea. Price
$55,000. McPherson & Br-own
Telephone 2-2680.


FOR SALE OR RENT

ola078S7 ih 1 oo e8

See Philip R. Vargas, West, S.
South-Street oni Corner.

FOR RENT
C10757
ONE & 2 Bedroom apartments'
fCoon errie chRmg 5-8679 ask


C1N0E6EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shiriey and
Bay Street. Facilities, Phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna
aircondition~ed. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

C10660
HILLCREST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, lar-ge balcony,
airconhdi o ning, tswimmiig

per month. Contact 2-1841
days.


SP lOUS 2-b~edroorn
apart~nint tiewis hedecE"'"j

district near harbour. $300.00
Pho e 3 1219.


LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartmeryt,ernicemontfurnish~e
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE 2-47 77-8.

C10663
4500 sq. ft. warehouse cr
of fice s pa ce, available
ernediatelyviw Motos


C10845
COMPLETELY FURNISH-E:L
one bedlroomr apa rtment,
Jrtondlto it d ol ca intro a
washer5- 12dryer, $200.00


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

C10836
STORE SPACE for rent next
to Mae's Beauty Salon. East
Street, South. Phorne 35350.

C10677
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE.
Charlotte near Bay. Immiediate
occu an4-201ample parking.


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

C10849
FURNISHED LARGE 4
bedroom, 3 bathroom house
with study, family room and
breakfast room. 2 car enclosed
garage. Quiet neighbour-hood.
Retirement Road. Phoie
42742

C10879
CONmEpeBEDRrOM apartment
wall carpet air conditioned,
patio, laundry facilities,
$200.00 water included. Bay
Street, Eddies' Apartments,
Telephone Day 22227 night
52294.

"C10895
1. 3. Bedroom, 1 bathroom,
unfurnished house, Trelawny
Gardens.
2. 2 Bedroom, I bath house*
unfurnished, Davis Street,
$160.00 per month.
3. Large 2 storey, 4 bedroom,
3 bathroom house Cable Beach


$650.00 per month.
4. Spacious 2 bedroom, I
bathroom apart men t,
Westward Villas nice garden,
$275.00 per month.
5. 2 bedroom 1 bathr-oom'
Townhouse, Second Terrace'
basically furnished $275.00 per
month.

6part~meents in Viage odo i
t5200 85dine Westward Villas

For all your rental inquiries
cntact: McPherson & Brown


C10889

LYFORD CAY CLUB requires
the services of a hair
stylist/barber. Must be expert
at hair styling, shampooing,
facial massage, hair
conditioning, and colouring
also wig making. Should possess
pleasant personality and
appearance and ability to
converse with international
clientele. This is a 6 months

Plae apl tooa9 n '
BManager P. O. Box N-7776'


TRADE SERVICES

C10661



Brkerasge Ltd *
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICALMHANDLING

IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN BINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434

C10637
T.V. ANTENNAS Boosters for
homes, apartments and hotel;.
Sales and services. Call Douglas
Lowe 5-9404 WORLD OF
MUSIC, Mackey Street next to
Frank's Place.

C10638


I


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FOR RENT I


I I


I I


C` 10682
F-OR SALE
BY OWNER
House Io Highland Park -
e~xecutive type home. 4
tw~droomis. 2'r baths, living,
a iniirg, family, kitchen, double
ci garage and utility room on
, hts of land, wall to wal

d, .~ ia Ir ptio und poel
dH ea 36 22 tful


C 0870
At Motor Centre
W~e Have
The Used Car
1971 V/WAGON 1300 raidicl at
>nliy $1,900.00
1972 DODGE CHARGER AC :
;' 2/8 Pi \/.1 r,d a tapev at only
ii.000.00



\U7 VlrHALL. VIC O


0"70 H ILLMA~N SUPER


r \HN iiu. r siii !up,: at only


1971 TOY OT A CORONA
00(A;C: A.: I J onily

v1ALIJI 3 ~CI Lt 19 5

I 9 68 OLDSMOBILE
C UTLASS SI 3 pe d Ia ,rili
C at only 8 .000,( 00
13e TOvers enowsN ^ '



19 6 AUST N CAMBRIDGE









FOR SA\LE







:1~!;s)

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1I otin<

i~n aboard l
1 1. 1
T1 ii ~I ; ,I ,S1


C 10873
LAWNS, HEDGES, BEACHES.
For all Your Gardening Needs
Trimming, Hedging, Piruning,
Beach Cleaninig, For Prompt.
reasonable an~d efficient Service
Call 5-1044.


Gkt Gribunt
NVassau & Bahamra Islanlds

L eadling N~ewspaper


AHAMA


IFIED


HELP WANWTED

C61r~ector of Sale s
Administration wanted. Must
beedbl ito apply local St te and

,ounn'acs 1''ofn u Srep cntizk g

contracts. Supervision of
Contract Processing staff and
preparation of commissions.
Tel: 373-3020 or write
Intercontinental Realty Ltd.,
P. O. Box F-260, Free ort,
G.B.I.


GRAND


SCL AS


REAL ESTATE

C6A2KSBIL L Area, 4
bedroom, 1 bath home. Call
owleer for mor I~formatioi at


HELP WANTED

C6165
E. H. Mundyl & CO
(BAH-AMAS) LTD. have
openings inl the following
positions: for suritably qlualified
Bahamians.
BOOKKEEPER Applicanlt
should have extensive
kniowlodge an~d experience in
maintaining a large volume of
Accounts Receivable ad
Accounrts Payable; preparation
of isbursemrenit accounts;
monthly balancing of ledger-s.
A knowledge of the shiipping
antdv eight forward rg bu itness
;tble to wor-k unider heavy
e nd of- the-mronlth pressure
ci nonded by foreign

SEC RETARY BOOKKEEPER


nria i bea inr ugpa t1 account

roItv betemen~clts; han~dling
knlow edge of the shipping

~pca id ridhersta ditig ore
Brits of Lading anid ships'
inaniifests Is essential.
Responisible for preparing
payment ~hequeCS and
rn allartioni lareklly payroll
kniowledge of shorthiand and be

aCFoFIC epD should have
a number of years experience
in office cleaning. Expected to
work outside nlorm~al office
hours. Must be honest and have
thehigh~est character references
adtif e to produce a police

FREInGHT L eRa sexRq ua

frei tertf vr ~iit .i gut '"
fuy L1Y c onrv ersanIt with
preparation of Bills of Ladiig
anid mianifeits; able to deal
with local Customis regulations;
responsible for meeting and
dealing with the demands of
for-eign crew and pa~ssegers.
EXECUTIVE: PERSONAL
SECRETARY Applicant
should have a number of years
ex per ience In advanced
secretarial duties; shorthand
120 wpm; typing 90 wpm.
School leaving certificate for
English and m~aths: up to "O"

p cstire csn italwr unde' t

c 1 1unic~linr ati le aretea'
typ various disbursemie~t
acrcounts, Comnpany's internal
financial Profit & Loss
statemrentts anid balance sheets
booktroad kniow/ledge~ n
bokeping, wi ro
essenltlial would be ant Jss '
CU1STOMLS BROKER
Applicanit must have mninirn~uni
5 years experience as Customs
Broker and Expediter for a
epletecomparnififMust wi
Standard Intern~ational Trade
Classification tar-iffs (S.I.T.C.)
and local Customs regulations;
willingcl to learni the Brussels

aNiod be prprd nnwook she
and weekends.
BOATMAN Must be fully
conversanit with operation of
dlos e1 -enlgl ned launch
Expected to operate the
Cornpa ny's laiunch Iin all
weathers: able to perform
T3ltffne ma1intenrance) Essential
persona~lt fo annd 1c pabil t
of deahngl with foreign crew
in~d officers, as well as local
form~ailties. Duties shared with
another on an extensive
24-hour shift basis: must be
prepared to go on duty at short
notice. Police certificate is
required. A clean driving
licence essential 9
BOOKKEEPER Should h ave
a number of years experience
m ai nt a in i n acc ou nts


receivable; preparation of
monthly statements; monthly
balancing of ledgers; handling
daily banrikin~g. General
knowledge of the travel agency

t ecaleesri kn edgedof aal n
would be a cosi earbl as t
A plicaticms in wrti OrnLe


( AHAM 5)MLT. P Q Bo


I: n l Highland Park 3
L;rrir ma, 2 bath, livingS
ilnrg. kitchen, family room
' ar po,~rt, util ty aooumi, u


jrawal te t ugh uet

ap. Airconditioned
g ot Unusual
'' t un It y. To view
! ~; 2-1722-3.


1 OTS WITH over 130
Iii r 1t Spanish Wells
!' -! 12.500.00 call 23921


,` LtLENT .. L:STr.1FNT
OPFPORTUNITY
LO TS In! BAHAMA BEACH
E: PORT with paved roads
!,ih r-ghts and docking
$I Oitc ufrd a00a paka
! .!nd the balance over 3
,- w v~ih option to buy
reni~rt prope ty )for further

B:' ill's Real Estate 23920


iOR SALLY


L,' WJ hth funshed 0

IA,: OS~illg u 25, 0000
mA~InqS 41197


I


TWO BEDROOM I
over-lookinig ocean i

eavaibe Septee it
and laundry
Telephonie 77222.


oni C t~


facI r


C108377
CC)TTAGES and


apar tm


TWO STOREY Lovely three
bedcrooml,, ?bathroom fully
'm.1hedc on two lots two

aokb e fl e places ocate

`I Fox days 28012 nights,




:iL AT l~NIT LY 7 ac es

I;lc~~1th~ Ocean eo sa e





(CONDJO PROSPECT
RIDGE.
2 bedr;ooms. 2 baths. fully
inod mm d c ii ate
adtogorgeous views,
patt1o andl swimmingg pool.
Lom 011( ee, we canl arrange a
goocd deal. Asking $42,000 00.
SOD aycroft 4th
i ((er~, yj rqeousi views, has one
bedlro~~: I io one bath. use of


) 3 MIANOS 22033,



h ci 00;,~: Ji 't in Wulff

a (?3 forc shopping



;'liL~ Y TRF ET 22,5,00
q f 1: :lthtal for Shopping
Citr o lartrneniti offices

sR~iil ST t F T 8,500
no Onlyt~e $10 aommercial
S~ f RL I V S~T RF ET 2
tii.y wi!! equipped house
w tii ( our or five bedrooms
c.0:4rti 3 ~r gar u
utb for commercial
;rtrr pro~fessionral Offices
SHI(I;LEt.Y P'ARK have four
bedroomi~~ hous,llc 2 bath: high
,and dry, o~nly $50.000 00
Nowlan Inte, umed ate
1OUJSr four, bedrooms. 2;
bahs fur n:Ished. O~ff
L.ArYLVILWI AVENUE, onlty
$35,000 00
GRO7VE gorgeous and
spaciouls house, 2 car encilosed
garage. culltivated grounds. 3
blocl. fromr beach rights, big
eniough' and spacious enough
for a four bedroom house.
Immacldulately clean and well
kept. To see deal direct with
NICK DAMIANOS, AGENTS
22033, 22305, evenings 41197.
CIO1888
FOR TH--E DEPOSIT of $75
you canl sucure a 70 x 100 lot
near the sea and a private lake
All utilities underground. No
anes charges. Frrm $5,80
E ellenot swimming C~alli P t

M I &y O'Brien at 2-4148t o

'tAMACRAW BEACH Model


1;1 i


Coses


5-9702-


male,


for ToC i


PE15 C'R ,11 F

PH | ()
$20 00 00
day 1201
- -


[10810
PUREPHi H
pp
tnah 1v
Berlin non I
3-2033 to


U/it flAN
. $125
Joe &
40, or


CARD OF THAN S ]




i ~r of




51,111 ;',' Ithe


!ir Cocil
L? i! non t' 1


a rctdtoeee faul fe r,!L< ~

elphone 31 swanmmeng rnl
Telehone3129, 31093


CARS FOR SASLE
C10884
66 SUNBEAM ALPINE :I
coniver tibl. OwnerI (p
Call 5 3249.

C10891







TCOAY'S
SPECIAL BU Y
1972
CHEVELLE MAjlLBU



1971 CHVYA VGb SEDAF
2 door coupelt, IJadlio i
cnkditoned, power stetir~q8 i
W/W tyres, a gloodi b" i
$2695.00-
1971 DODGE AVENGER
white, 4 door, autfomaltic fali
condition, buit a goodf hiv at
$1600 00

d96r9ToIUMPH20i0 ei
paint lob. Re uipholsteredl,, aIr
conditioned, a the~ car paced r
at only $1475.00
1971 PLYMOUTH SPORT
FURY 4 door Sedllnbucket '
rdc sa irc tor! e e t \. i
repainted f nf fam~iily
1973 SUNBEAM RAPIER 2
rad o, spoompanoupes Jit rat c
$3350.00
1970 MORRIS OXFORD
sturdy antd reliable 4 d a
sedan automaitlc, wti 0
$1350.00
1962 VAUXHALL VICTOR
pretty good initerior. st,;tdalrd
shift on the h~andtle~ uni!
$250.00
1971 CHEVY VEGA 5/Wagiion
.white. 2 door, atitu~rnatic a
good buy $2350.00 ,

FINANCING AVAILi;BLE
COME lN 10? rLFt- !

Police B~jr irks ;


C10742
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.


Drl1 VAUXHAL
1968 VAUXHALL
Aultomatic Red
1967 CHRYSLER
4 D .At~o. V te


VIVA$9
VIVA
1,500

g!!i0


CM NT. IU ~ij
4 Or. Automatic, Whlte gac@
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
4 ~r. Std. Greeni 8120(
1968 JAVELIN 1\ C 12
190PARISEANLNLE LA$ 2400 U

2 Dr. 5td.8u Rl95
1967TRIUMPHI300
Red. Std. $8O00
1969 VAUXHALL VICTOR
5/Wgni. Yellow Std. 84 F ~
1973 VA~UXHALL VICTOR
r,/W e/ k'o. Blue
1970 RAMBLER SST
4 Dr. Auto. Blue $?101)
1969 MORRIS OXFO RD
Std. White $,'995
1971 MERCURY
A/C 4 Dr. Ma~ques $55~00
1967 GMlC PICKUP $6,40
1964 CHRYSLERR S800
1968 HILLMAN
Gieen S/W Auto. 51100
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto. Blute 1450
1969 FORD GALA XIE
4 Dr. A/C $1850
1966 MORRIS 1100
4 Dr. Blue $500
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
Std. Blue $1595
1970 HILLMAN MINX
4 Dr. Std. Green $850
96r9 MORR~I 100

Lrcae Oad FiNeld

Oppost toe I Pant


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:!I~I PS now
nerad I!1


C10857
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
TRU 5T COMPANY
(BAHAMIAS) LTD. P. O. Box
N1576, Thompson Blvd.,
Oakes Field. Nassau Bahamas
TRUST AND COMPANY
M MANAGEMENT
ACCOUNTANTS
The Trust Compan requires
se veral expne rie nced
accountants to maintain
financial records for personal
anid pension trusts and for
managed companies-
Excellent opportunities for


oxprine orntte cha ic
qaifications in the accounting


Api hbu ne t Pe sonn l
Department, Telephone
2441/9


w fe on I fiv r5 Al ond
Mr thl, orl sin e wh pnd away

of rlat~e~ nd rlc lusbnd


Gone butf noct forgotten.
FDWIN H-. BROWN


HUR ICTNE W RN GS
SHUTTERS, PANELS

JohnCS. GL rge,
For free estimates and prompt


Thursday, August 16, 1973.


i Ilil


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


- Sat. 9a.m. to lp.m.


REAL ESTATE


REAIL ESTAlTE I


STRADE SERVICES


CARS FOR SAILE


IN MEMORIAM


3


i


PETS FOR SALE


H> NCAN

nr _


T
IN MEMORIAL
2'













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REX MOR GAN, M.D B DAL CURTIS


ri g
of the 010. He reasoned that
declare hwohldd stu ly 9hav th
if Eas should have it--the lead
would make no difference. But
thed 9 m hht be lin ed mmy-
the lead of thea son wo id oM
lethl fMni th 9tiit should
honours at once and leave him
defenceless against a second
heart, through him. from East.

8 4 3 26

South
rl 10 2
OAK Q 7
Most North-Souths were in
3NT. All made it--except here.
OtRo FuLL detans or the avemnsn
Auusts sanLnkrida reakes n. ~rate
phone : Brid e. radMet House,
stratford see~,GrWf w CII sonsse.


HELP WANTED
6174
MALE GENERAL WORKERS
cor uinast-foo thnrestaurant
previous experience necessary.
All workers required to do
cleaning, washing-up, lifting.
Must be neat, clean-cut in
appearance, proper behaviour
and be able to read and write
clearly. Police certificate,
r fae hne certif cat a d
waiters, waitresses or cashes
needed. Bahamians only need
apply.
Phone for appointment
Monday through Friday, 1
p.m. to 5 p.m., King-O-Beef
Ltd., 373-2356.


TTC CNOTMPT OL E/C

of monthly inventory
preparation and pricing of
orders. Applicant must have
thorough knowledge of retail
liquor business.
Please reply in writing: P. O.
Box F-2444, Freeport.

C6169
Grand Bahama Telephone
Company Ltd., has an opening
for a Janitor (male) to do
general jainitorialinand utility

maintenance, restrooms, lawns,
grounds and other related
work. Must have previous
experience and be willing to
work various hours. Must be
able to drive.
Apply: General Manager's
Office, 2C Kipling Building or
write P. O. Box F-2478'
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6172
JOB TITLE: Bulk Loader
MINIMUM EDUCATION\:
Secondary
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years experience loading from
cement plant silos.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs loading of cement

sidps mare osr buok nruk(ong
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT : Pe rso n nel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama'
sAHAMAS-

C6177
EXECUTIVE AND
LEGAL SECRETARY
Heavy dictation, proficient in
typing, full knowledge of
preparation of Deeds of
Conveyance, background of
and experience in English law
able to work on own initiative
and to answer correspondence
pertaining to Deeds, Contract
etc.. Minimum 5 years
secretarial experience.
Contact Princess Properties
International Limited, Bahamia
Division, P. O. Box F-684
Freepor~th Gran~d5Bahama island
interview.

c6170
2-TRUM~PET PLAYED RS: Must
be able to read and arrange
professional show music, be
proficient in playing the
Trumpet, must be able to
double on the Flugelhorn and
have at least three years
experience. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
YOUNG BAH AM IANS
(Femnales) To train as
professional dancers for
Bahamas Amusements
Limited's show lounges-
Applicants must be 15 years of
a~ge or over. ont M.B
Apply in person to: M.B
Johnson. Personnel Officer,
Bahamas Amusements Limited,

C6164
EXPLOSIVE CONSULTANT
Must fulfill following
requiremnents: Excellent herith.
No criminal record. Extensive
experience in safety, use,
storage and transportation of
explosives.
Extensive background in
underwater blasting using
shaped charges. Reliable,
resourceful and able to manage
large projects. Experienced in
use of electronic instruments
required for monitoring
blasting. Jet Research Center,
Inc., P. O. Box 246, Arlington,
Texas, U.S.A-
For interview, write P. O. Box


F2410, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Attention: Personnel
Manager.


MAIRINE SUPPLIES

BOATS
C6173
23 Ft. Formula, two 125 H.P.
Mercy Cruisers. Duty Paid.
Excellent condition. $7,000.
Phone 352-6682.


J UDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS

T-HE CK R C< L.ASSITER TOLD THE POLICE TRAT SOUNDS IT DOESBUT WHAT
WHO WAS ON DUTY LAST EVEh!iN A~T BETSY CALLED HIM JUST AS FAR-FETCHED! WOULD A DYING MAN
AT THE A REPORT HOCTEL 15 THERE VE..AS READY TO LEAVE TOWN LAST HAVE TO GAIN SY
NO!IMGOI OE TO 6 Ti~- THTS W Y HE WENT TO TELLING A UIE ?






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WOMEN WITH YOUR WIFE. 2 J-ACGE -:0E-' ii",rtENr T5STEEP. LADIES. BUT 1I FRIGSHTElED.
-HAVE 100U GL7E >?. AN SHiE KNC, 6 ECKOhl YOURE I 0 HURRYi5 < :I~
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Dealer Nort : N/S Vul.

0 9

West
OK K10 8 7
0 10 9 8
6 5
West North East South
1'3 14 Pas 3NT
Which card should West lead?
Most Wests would lead the +8,
their fourth highest. Some might
lay down the OK to look at
t~he table." All would be unlucky.
When this hand came up at
,he Sunday Times International
Patrs Tournament. West was
Boris Schapiro, one of Britain s
two World Masters, who will be
playing with Omar Shairif in the
Evening Standard s team at our
Charity Bridge CongresS.
Boris found Ithe unusual lead


By LEONARD BARDEN


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Nssasu & The Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper

lishage its readers the fullest coverae of any event in
1~LCommonwealth. Bahamians who kno read The
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CARROLL RIGHTER'S



8 IGOROSCOPE
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening
when you would be unwise to make any critical
comments to others Do not take it for granted that any
person will do what you want, no matter how close the
relationship, or you find this person resents such as an
intrusion and draws away from you.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) No matter how worried you
may be, do not burden others with your problems; think along
more positive and wise lines Do whatever you can for those
who ae having rough sledding. Stay within your budget,

TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Instead of criticizing your
friends, be more kindly and help them get ahead and all works
out fine One who has been very loyal should be rewarded in
some way now Don't forget to pay pressing bills
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Take care you do nothing
that can put a blot on your fine reputation that you will regret
later. Showing you are an excellent citizen is most Important
now Add to your present prestige instead of detracting from


HELP WANTED

C6175
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
SPECIbAL gh Schoolap

or equivalent, completed Air
Traffic Control School, FAA
or Military. Minimum three (3)
years experience Tower or
Tower and approach control.
FAA, Junior Controller
License or equivalent. Class
to medical ceRtif c oERS

Applicants are required to have
valid driver's license, familiar
with operation, maintenance
and care of tractors. Be famii-
liar with use of mowers and
front-end loader including
other tractor parts. Know how
to service tractors and different

oeation, have oxerce i


given from supervisor and
general foreman or such other
work laid out by supervisor.
GOL F EQ UIPMENT
MECHANIC -- Applicant
should have extensive
experience in the general
maintenance and repair of
"E-Z-GO" golf carts which are
specialized, electrically
operated, motor vehicles. Only
app icant with previous
ex~p ience Nwill be con id ed
should have past experience as
a chairman performing task
under the direction of the
party chief, contributory to
execution of surveys.
Experienced in making
accurate linear measurements
over long distances and cut
reference lines. Individual will
also int inesponsibseu rfor

equipment.
GARDENER Applicant
should have some background
in gardening and be
experienced in knowing the
various plants. Individual
should also be prepared to
work each work day.
ASSISTANT FOREMAN

Kn powsiabl eerde aan ndnerwh
supervision. Demand respect
from all employees; see that
each man knows his duties
each working day and make
him responsible for same. Keep
an accurate account of working
eourapaRbe ort oto iSu \ iso
of each man under his
supervision. Report to
Supervisor any friction that
may arise among workers. Be
familiar with all types of
plant material, be able to prune
and trim, know fertilizers of
plant material.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Company, Ltd '
P. O. Box F-2666, Lucayan
Building, Freeport, G.B.I.


C6181
Ctlyti ffWest BIndies. -2 4
Freeport, Grand Bahama, has a
job opportunity available for a
Bahamian in their Refinery
Maintenance organization,
Freeport, for the following
positiOons:.
FIELD MACHINIST Must
have a minimum of five (5)
years ex per ien ce in
trouble-shooting and repair of
all Refinery Rotary equipment,

including pumps, turbines
diesels, large centrifugal
compressors and transfer
equipment.
INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN
- Must have pneumatic and
electronic instrumentation
experience in installation,
trouble -shooting a nd
maintenance of pneumatic
equip ment, automatic tank
gauging, instrumentation
pertaining to Refinery
operations. Minimum of five
(5) years refinery or process
in dust rial experience is
required.
Qualified Applicants should
reply to: Deputy Chief
Industrial Officer, Ministry of
Labour, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.



C6163
EXPLOSIVE SPECIALIST
Must f alf ill f oilowing
requirements: Excellent health.
No criminal record. Extensive


experiencee mn use of shaped
charge en un eaesr ba tibT

~of supervising workers on
explosive project. Knowledge
rnue rof electronic instrunutnwb
blasting. Jet Research Center,
inc., P. O. Box 246, Arlington,
Texas, U.S.A.
For interview, write P. O. Box
F-2410, Freeport, Grand
.Bahama, Attention: Personnel
~Manager.


MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You have some
new interest that needs careful study; be sure to take nothing
for granted Avoid that overly glamorous person who Is out to
hoodwink you in some way Keep conscientious yourself
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Make sure you keep any promises
you have made and put yourself in the other person s position

ad dyo unde sta d btter ho w oe p oced rDho wat ver wi l
could certainly use some loyal backing from you Avoid that
opponent who is in a vile mood and could use you as a
whipping boy, if you permit Save time for pleasure in p m
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Plan time for making your
home more comfortable and attractive, and relations more
harmonious with those dwelling there Take treatments that
give you more vitality, vim These should be continued daily
for some time to come.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) If you flatter others a bit,
you find they quickly go along with some plans you have that
can be of benefit to them, also You have talents that still have
not been tapped. Put at least one of these to work now
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) If you do not use tact
and courtesy at home, big arguments can crop up that are best
avoided right now Show you are a sensible, Intelligent person.
Make sure important bills are paid early.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Try to organize your
daily tasks more intelligently so they are not so difficult to
handle and give you more time for other activities Keep an
eye on your wallet when out on errands, or shopping Don't be
so trusting of others.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) Use care and wisdom in
handling money matters today when you are apt to feel a little
confused Be sure you use good judgment and don't go strictly
on hunches, which could be misleading today Avoid the social
in p.m
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) Know exactly what your
personal aims are and proceed cautiously in going after them
Avoid that pal who is really jealous of what you possess Make
the evening very successful from the social standpomt


j A HUSBAND Sr -
LESSEP BY THE UNEXrPECTED
PRESENCE OF H~iS GORG-ECUS
@lIFE SHOUilP rOT QUMON:~;~
MIRACLES -- 5Ri I'M
CL]RIOuIS -0


YX'L.L CMAV TO BUW
/OdEGEU~F GOME lEtUI
BATTING TRUhWk' FOfz
OUR UOLICW/Y
MONGE E


Games with a pawn race to
tl:een are a test of nerve. This
smul neou vml6k E~o vi @
IWhite, to move) has a useful
KRP--but his opponent has a
pawn two squares from queening.
What did Botvmnnik p ay, and
how should the game end ?
Par times: 1 minute, chess
master; 2 minutes, chess expert;
minutes, clucbu sre a r; 12
minutes. average; 25 minutes,
novice.
SOLUTION NO 97/41-
Chess Solution
1 P--R6. If nowe 1 . R-Q7
cKr B KR 7t3. --Q46 K K33
K--K2; 5 R--Kt? ch. K-Q93: 6
R-086 mate. The game actually
Cpnis edl .. RKR 2K R-R4
P--R7, and Black resigned. If 4
.'P--B7; 5 P--ROIg). P-
BXC),; 6 R Kl? ch. K-Q3; 7
9--Q8 mate


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1. Seat or goove ment. (9)
8. Tea-maker. (7)
n1 Ush heecam Illot cream.
13. Lair. (3) 1.Bun 4
15 epdtch. (4)


"s nlaterns. (9)
Down
I. Assertileness. (4-9
T. enla r disagreements. (5)
I. Prim Allee (anag.). (9)
5. Automobile warning. (4)
'I 89 trsfunnin. (4)
9 without pa yment for
accommesation. (4-4


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Thursday, August 16, 1973.


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no proper names. TODAY'S
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32 words, very good ; 393 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
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Thursday, Augus; 'r6, 1973.

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--LADIES GOLF


SCHAMPIGHSHIPS


ON SUNDAY

JUNIOR GOLF Champion
Vernon L~ockhart, fresh from
the Arnold Palmer A~cademy in
Vermont where he improved;
his game tremendously, will be
dfe dng hs juruor crown

Golf A\ssociation's second
annual junior championship
tournament being played at the
South Ocean golf course.
Also on Sunday, Ladies
champion Beryl Higgs, recently
being returned from East Africa
where she won the Ladies
Championship in a tournament
tha erIad al20 inter national

Defend her B.G.A. title.
This year, both events
should prove interesting as
erboth the ladies and the juniors
now have an added incentive,
that of being sent to represent
the B.G~.A. and thle Bahamas at
Jamiaica or the Dominican
Republic for the ladies and the
poss-ibility of being sent to the
Arnold Palmer A~cademy for
the juniors.
Royster
t Indies Somec of the B.G.A. junior
,ntender golfers feel that they should
aces the not have to compete against

inaen eri e. N etjeeles this
an auto 17-year-old defending
champion as next year he
manager) graduates to senior
t Kinsey competition.
a eun Yet, it would be quite an
yster has achievement for young Michael
l ofthed Rolle, Rick G;ibson Jr. Rory
ected toliggs, or any other junior to
gh. deflate Lockhart's ego by
Eebcklfting his crown during his last
stbacksg year. But, in any event, the one
training who finishes in second spot is
stei nit the junior to watch next year
anosse "d possibly the one for the
tions areh Palmer Acadecmy in 1974.


night.
The second game of the
doubleheader between l
Bahamas Ble nders and the' Al)
Royals was stoppe d because of
late~ness as both teams battled
through the wee hours of the
morning deadlocked in a 10-10

tiThe delay-ed rruatch will be
completed tbanight prior to the
start of the .Junior League two
best of three Championship
Series. The vcvinner of this game
will clash \with Flamingo A's
for the Leag-tlIes championship
irown.
The Flairm-ingos began their
march to victory early in the
first innirag when third
baseman Ke Trington Wilkinson
smngle~d to right field to drive in
Ke~ndal Davi swith the A's first
run .
ShortstoF Kerx ry Fox who
picked up three hits in the
c~nt st et ddi dtwo f hi


Flamningo'sLi ead to 37-0
K IJYIIITS
Starter G ary l> avis was quite
stinlgy to it is opponents as he
held themnscoreless on one hit
until the boottornt half of the
fourth frame when they
mnuteredd up e nough strength
to score four big tallies on two
hits.
T~he Airliners erupted for
f~our more r-uns in the third on
keyv hitsby Fowler.Fox. Major
and Cassidy .
The ret entless Flamingos
were back agairx in the sixth
liame pick ing up three miore
runs on t~wo hits and finally
e~nded thecir- night's run galore
in the seventh when Davis-
Ca;ssidy an d Major eombined
offensive st rregth to score four
more tallied
Last nig4it's J unior League
action reve-aled the fact that
almost ali t ieBahamas baseball
potential s strength lies in the
youlngerplalyers .
Ilnforturnately the junior
league has been overshadowed
by the Baharnas Baseball
1-sc~iatirrm Senior Leagu!e for


the past few se~aons
One of the molre obvious
reasons for this is dule to the
fact that both haseb~all bodies
share the samne playi~ng facilities
at the Sports Ce~ntre aid
consequently the Juinior

bui Iaerou ta oscthel Siic<
League forcing theml to play on
regular BBA off day\
Another reason~ that hlas
probably hindered the rapid
progress of Jun~ior Leagle
baseball is that both the S~nior

League and the Junior Lea~gue
operate as iwo- Sepr)Lte ~t
organizations.
Such bureauctues andl tte
mediocrity of mlanyv Junior k
Leaguers have em
obstacles to1 (,r f
youngsters who woullld lIke t<>
break into the big Setior


Lelow v eA, a nihcr (, lo;al
Senior League teams hais been
doing a creditable lob1 in
drafting junior leagueI p'lat es .
This positive attlitude
towards the Junio~r Leasue` is
probably best reflec1~ctd 11 tle
policies of Big: Q Mark~t
Rookie Adlai Moss. whoi htas
made this year s 'ic~hita tamii.
was drafted fromi I~lamingr o
Airlines by Big O last se~ason l
Since then Moss has~ earned~ a
spot on the Big Q bneu':p ,t
second base.
Moss. who plays a ba-l~lant
second base W, wound upl this
season with a3 0s~ ibattin?
average .
IMuel Riley, wh~o pllaid w~ith
the AIDl Royals for must~ of; the

was called up by B1g Q) dunny r
the last torrid weeksh a~t tlhe
regular BBAZ seasFon.
Riley, who plaved the last
five gamec s with Bg! V, p~roled 1
to be an asset to the teaml wilth
good defensive plays Iin left
field and with a 250( batting
average with onl\y 12 plate
apPearan'"Ces


ALL GATHERED around
the mblateo en greetings,
Stoppers congratulate Carl
Grey (16) following his grand
"l omeo whic traed
standings. Taylor's went on
to win 10-9. Photo: Richard
Rodgers.

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plul ing lthei ru nie Ieunw with o
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Knowliet s n m i lkl < /d l hii s it
stot a f 15 stle h wsths

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number
e British
;eight
present
ght Mlr.
being
him and
England's

u viewing
g Rogers
that he
ights for
st English
e/Conteb
a double
first bout
Nas u or


has been injured in

Goldstein (Rolle's
that Rolle should figh
and Royster before
bout with Lloyd. Ro)
indicated his approval
short notice and is exp
be in Nassau later tonil
U.K. MATCl'
In spite of his many
Rolle has been

tat ltiles aea Gl
confirmed that negotia
underway for a tit
between Rolle the
four contender in th
Empire light heavy~
and John Conteh. tht
champion. This fil
Goldstein said is
negotiated between
Mickey Duff, one of
foremost promoters.
Duff was in NassaL
the Elisha Obed/Dou
fight. He said then
wanted to arrange f
Rolle and Obed again~
fighters. The Roll
bout is expected to be
contract in which the
wi dhide hel ter n
vice versa.


healvyweight Rene Kinsey who
accident.
Mfiami's sensatlonall Bobby
Llo\yd will give way to near ten
pounds wheln he takes on
formr W st Indies
he~aVyweigt champ~ C1311 (arl Baker
in the secondl of two featured
tenl roundelrc at theL Birdland.
Kilnset, who was formerly
sched~~uled to f-ighlt Rolle`. was
reprteli driving with
hea\vywightl Johnny "Hlud"
Hludgin4 along a highway in
F-lorida~ \tonlda when the car
welnt ouit oi c~ontrol. slammed
mmii a1 telephonelt' pole, and
buirst intto, fllamS.
liludgins. who received back
.rndl laciarl injuries was thrown
;lmotn(4 30 feetf from the wreek.
lie is re~sting comfortably.
K~insel walked'~ away seemingly
uninlored. Two( days later. he
was plaguedl with a stiff
shouder nd medical
exuamiinations proved it to be
ilichi. bruised.
However, it was already
planned by Pat Currey
rKinsey s mianager) and Marty


Mrs. Higgs, who re~centl::
captained the B.G;.A.'s Ladies
team to St. Croix in the C.M.P.
Trophy Tournament --an
event that provided mnuch
experience will be all out to
defend her title. Last Sunday,
after losing her partner Charles
Saunders to defend their net
best-ball crown, she teamed up
with B.J. Benjamin to again
finish in a deadllock with Mike
Rolle and Joseph Major. They
lost on a one hole playoff,


screen dloor, I lookedt ovrc~ my '
shoulder and saw an individual i
with his head covredl bi a
stockingi-type cap mask moving
towards mel andt pointing at sh~t
gutnat mec.
Mr. Spencer said hie called to
his wife and told her to, lock
the sliding! glass doo~r. 110 said
he closed the screenl door
behind him,
FEI:LL
"The miaske~d mann burst
through the screen door,
continued lr. Spencer. "it did
not open andt he fell on his
stomach with the shot gun
partially under him. I jumped
on his back andr I held the shot
gun down with my left hand.
Before Icould dfo much to try
to disarm himi, within 1 tow
seconds, hus accomnplice,
another mnan. sinuilarly masked.
stepped from thle butshe~s-
placed a pistol near mly hecad

an oiv3 e ma e toget < ff th<

with the shot gun started
kicking and pounding the
sliding glass door with the butt
end of his shiot gun.
Illis accomlplice, who held
the pistol, also, kicked the
door," Mr. Spencer testified.
Mr. Spencer said that
nothing wa~s said to this point.
"The shot gun dlisc~harged
simu~ltane~ously with a very
hard blow against the sliding
glass door. I saw the shot gun
eject two cartridges which
landed on the p~atio," he said
Shortly afterwardls "~the
man with the pistol pointed
the gun close to mly falce and f
told me that he would kill rinc
if I didn't get my wife to open
the sliding glass door. During
this time, the mian with the
shotgun continued to pound
the door with the butt end,"
Mr. Spencer said.
Mr. Spencer said he called to
his wife. "I said Joan open the
door, but she could not hear
me, Mr. Spencer said.
Shortly after that, according
to Mr. Spencer, the man with
the shotgun succeeded in
bending the metal frame of one
of the doors.
GLASS BROKE
"The glass shattered," said
Mr. Spencer, "the two men
stepped through the glass and


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From Page 3
rinve with lis wife, Joan and
his daughter. The Spencers
now live int Toronto, Canada.
"The be haviour of our cat
caused me~e to wonder if
something- was unusual
outside," said M T. Spencer, "I
opened the- slidin7g glass doors
and the screen door between
the family room and the patio
and then 11 wentt outside the
houLse.,,
Mr. Spencer told of the
heavy ustlinlg noises in the
bushes alo rig the edge of his
property :about twenty feet
away trorniwhere he was
st an di ng
"1 thourrht that it was too
much mot ion for an animal,"
he said "sra I thought that it
inust be a person in those
bushes. turned to go back
towards the screecn door. Just
before go-ing through the




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Pl TW & BL R tI
POSITION, TS4 SWOT CAN
SI DIEUVER ED WITH A
10r oF Por if


mlotiotned for mie to follow
htheml. TIhe walked through
thr house into the family room
intot thec living room across the
e~ntranlce hall and into the
bedroom~i hallway' and stopped
in front of my daughter's
bedroomr. It was locked."
MrSpencer said the men
walked single file one in front
o~f thc other and both in front

"As for as I can recall," said
Mlr. Spencer "the taller one was
in front. It was the taller one
who se~eme~d to be in
commarnnd. They kicked open
the bedroom door, where miy
daughter was screaming and
crying in terror because of the
norise and the danger."
Mr. Spencer said that it was
the taller man who seized
A~ndrea from her mother's
arms.
"B~oth of them threatened to
kil uf' e oad Te sns te

bedroom. I gave him the keys
to my14 wife'~s car.")
M1r. Spencer described his
wife's car as being white with
car number 8)242.
C'AR KI YS
"Hec then asked if these were
the keys for the blue car. I told
him no. Hie then requested the
kieys to the blue car, the
niumbehr of which I believe was
87.33.
However, Mr. Spencer said
thatt he was not sure of the
numbehcr because it had been
sometimle since he has seen the
carT.
MrF. Spencer said that after
he ha~d given urp both sets of
keys, "he motioned me to
follow him back to my
daughter's bedroom, where the
taller individual was holding
Andrea.
"They told us not to try to
follow them and not to call the
police or they would kill us.
The taller man told us that we
would get a phone call.
Mr. Spencer said the two
men then left the same way
that they had entered,
"dragging our daughter
forcibly with them."
Mr. Spencer testified that he
feared for his life and the life
of his family.


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Canli nis in Ko series
By Oscar Miller
JUNIOR LEAGUE 1973 PENNANT WINNER Flamingo
Airlines behind the strong pitching arm of Gary Davis launched a
13-hit attack to outdistance Lee's Cardinals 154 in the first game
of the Bahaarnas IBaseball Association Junior League knockout
series played at time Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre Wednesday


LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOBBY LLOYD (left) is
glovedd up" by his manager/trainer Pat Currey.




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By GLADSTONE THURSTON
HARD-HITTING MIAMIAN HEAVYWEIGHT Lee
who, fighting on the Boston Blackie-Carl Baker Wes
Heavyweight Title card handed Bahamas heavyweight co
Bob Freeze a 1:05 sixth round technical knockout, f:
determinetdo rohhen yei ht ca Bi y dBoyoRolle


1 l i ( llad t onle 7hur to ll IN T YL R
iin I ..1 iihe hunlk of! deteat going into the bottom of
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i\n,! of whic scored runs\ as the defending
paii sto~ppetd the I rreetown Stopper s 10-9


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