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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: August 17, 1973
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RsFANS-FAns AS
(Iagletered wlit Poetmaster of Bahamas for pos~tage


9HOP

the BAHAMIAN
SUPERMARKETS
If it s value you really want,
you really want Super Value!


VOL. LXX, No. 221 Friday, August 17, 1973. Price: Il G ents


employees and customers at
gun-point while the other
emptied the cash drawers and
vault.
As they left the bank one of
the men fired at least three
shots from a .22 calibre: pistol,
"not trying to hit anyone,"
according to police, but
presumably to discourage any
attempt to follow them.
One of the bullets left a neat
round hole in a swing gate in
the bank's counter.
The bandits got into the
Triumph, started the. engine
and roared off through a filling
station and east along the

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STEEL GIRDERS REST atop one of the foundations poured at the Bernard Road site
of the incomp lete L. W. You ng Junior H igh School, already a year behind schedule.
PHOTO: Philip Symonette '



Robert Spencer admits kidnappers






By Sidney Dorsett
THE ACCENTS OF TWO MASKED AND ARMED kidnappers sounded "Bahamian or possibly
Jamakcan," Mr. Robert Spencer said this morning during his crosssxamination in the fourth day of


primary schools, junior high
schools and senior high
schools.
In their first year of
operation the schools were
intended to accommodate only
seventh and tenth graders.
s The construct on ofdthe now
Government's obtaining a
school building loan from the
Expo rt-Import Bank of

WaSh oEnNTS ACCEPTED
Even though the loan was
not immediately secured, the
ministry began accepting
students slated to go into the
new schools.
reThted loanS appli rton7 ws
year, but in an about-face it
was granted in January this

yas a result of the ministry's
acptirg students for scho 5

hundreds of S.C. McPherson
and cmW uloung students hd
schools opened in early
September.
Fortunately, the Bahamas

Edcatstonal Cn eton ha
moved to new buildings at Blue
Hill and Cowpen Roads'
abandoning the old Jordon
Maemorsial/Prthnce William n= h
Hill.
The S.C. McPherson
students were moved into the
old Baptist property.
The 650 students slated for
L.W. Young were not so lucky:
the student body and the
teaching staff were split in two.
Half were packed into
make-shift classrooms
fashioned from partitions set
up in the auditorium of C.I.
Gribson Junior High in
Marathon Estates. The other
half was located under similar
conditions in the auditorium at
Donald W. Davis Junior High
on Arundel Street.
The Bahamas Union of
Teachers charged that the
situation was the result of
mismanagement of available
facilities by the ministry.
DISSATISFACTORY
Tension and dissatisfaction
among both students and staff'
particularly at the C.I. Gibson

attacks cre nihw thme ea
vandalism in the lavatories
during February.

headmistrese brusar Mariln




with the Minister.
In late March Mrs. Walcott,
under pressure from continued
vandalism of the school and
harassment of the students by
youths from the outside
threatened to resign her post
because alleged promises to
relocate her school during
March remained unfulfilled-
On March 24 the students
abandoned their classrooms
and staged a demonstration in
sy mpathy with their
headmistress. A typical placard
said "if Walcott go, we go."
Two days later Mrs. Walcott
declared there would be no
further classes until the
Ministry came to tell the
students of plans to relocate
them.
Instead, Mrs. Walcott was
"advised" to take a leave of
absence overseas, and with a
deputy head in charge, the
school returned to normal.
Shortly afterward all the
students were moved to a new'
united site. The E.P. Roberts
Primary School was completed
on Kemp Road, and students
of the Thatchberry Primary on


s


begins ona onp me tis

week by Mr. Crispin
Benjamin, acting permanent
secretary at the Ministry of
Education. Mr. Benjamin said
any further information would
have to be obtained through
Govie men t Information
It is unlikely, however, that
the failure of the two 64,500
square-foot, $1.6 million
schools Ito pe inhSeptember

shortage of classroom space
which was faced by ministry
organizers last year.
Co nt i nu e d sc hool
construction in the primary
scety atturing then ear a le
accommodation available for
use at the secondary level,

Mec~heson ch os lo ad dS'.
s tes aR Bern rd Roa dand Blue

originally scheduled for
copl tion oin time 1o 2the

academic year, so that the
extra space would aid the
ministry in going ahead with
p uss to change the te ito I
system to one involving


Mackey Street were moved to
the new building after the
Easter holidays. L. W. Young's
student body moved into the
vacated premises on Mackey,
where they are expected to
return when school reopens
next monthLONS

Meanwhile the
Export-import Bank loan came
through in January. As with all
EexI loans, the borrowerhwas
the work done within the
United States as possible.
Consequently, Panelfab
Incorporated of Miami was
contracted to do the job.
whees const uc tion nt acts
At this time foundations and
floor with plumbing roughed-in
hav bee po d onthe L.W
Ya ng ieen po cl birders for
the s eleton of thehbuil ing a

been installed.

GoU rn enprs Inttomemat on
Services h not yet supp ie


any estimated completion date.
However. as much of the
bu il dings have been
prefabricated at Panelfab's
Miami plant, informed sources
expect completion before the
beginning of the next term in

Jant the S.C. McPherson site,
work is still in the foundation
pouring phase and the
school's students can expect to
remain at their presn location

The long delay in the
Government's obtaining the
loan for the construction was
suffering a $65,000 loss in
1972, compared with a
$70,000 pfofit the year

Pan ifab had held itself
ready to be in its school
thnstructioa d o~re ina the

m en tial nljob did not
SPanelfab spkesman ad

would ee retoled i nproe se
earning during 1973.


the Andrea Spencer kidnap case.

geM I Spencner etheofform r
Freeport Royal Bank of
Canada, said the men who
entered his home on Feb. 15
seemed familiar with the
layout of his home "to the
extent that they went directly
to my daughter's bedroom
without any instructions from
me." Andrea, 4V2, was snatched
from her mother's arms on the
nigh oil 0151awkes is the
attorney for 25-year-old police
man Spurgeon Dames and
ex-Freeport C.I.D. officer
Leroy McLean.
Dames and McLean pleaded


bugl guiltatte ptetheextk t on
assault with deadly instruments
and possessions of firearms
charges.
in answering counsel, Mr.
Spencer said that his wife had
been held hostage on January
14, 19;72, about 45-minutes
before they were to have a
party.
He said the party was still
heet after hs w fet hd been
extremely upset by the
incident.
Heavenly invocations and
raised voices became part of
the case this morning. The trial
ended for the luncheon
adjournment after the judge
h tk tme :::: :.: J:,'t
1925 Criminal Appeals
concerning the latitude
accorded counsel in criminal

--e ended by expressing to
defence counsel and the
Solicitor General. Mr. Langton
tlilton, his hope that some
common ground would exist
between them.
ARGUMENTS
Several times during the
trial, counsel had asked certain
questions that, in his opinion,
might have resulted in
arguments with the witness,
but he had intervened, Mr
Justice Graham said.
His statements were
followed by silence by the
Solicitor General and defence
counsel.
After Mr. Spencer said that
the January 14 incident took
place about 45-minutes before
the party, Mr. Fawkes said that
the time was very important to
him.
"The questions now being
asked are extremely relevant,"
he said after being asked of
their importance by the judge.
."They have something to do
with some of the personalities
who attended these parties,"
said Mr. Fawkes.
Mr. Spencer said that they

pi n hv atieles feunl

months.
In earlier evidence, Mr.
Fawkes had questioned the
witness on his reason for saying
that the masked kidnapper
who had burst through his
screen door at the time of his
daughter's kidnapping, was a
male.
"Isn't it a fact that the
wearing of male's apparel by
the masked figure lead you to
believe it was a man?" Mr.
Fawkes asked.
Mr. Spencer said that when
he was sitting on the back of
the figure, he realized it was
not a woman.
Mr. Spencer said the
assailant was not gentle,
He also said that "up to that
point he was not violent." The
taller man appeared when he
was on the back of the first
masked figure who was armed
with a shotgun.
The man with the shotgun
broke the glass door that led
into the living room by
bending the frame it was in,
Mr. Spencer said.
"Oh good heavens!" was the
exclamation by Mr. Justice


Gs chdthe w tess: 'Wheanw t otan no 70 reet pusoreilh
men spoke did they sound like costs. High-test is up from 61
Bahamians or Jamaicans?" cents to 65 cents plus freight,
Mr. Fawkes changed the and diesel has risen fromn 45
wording of the question and cents to 48 cents plus freight.
was told that the men At the wholesale level.
"sounded like Bahamians, or suppliers in New Providence
possibly Jamaicans," by Mr. (who also distribute their
Spencer. products on the island) are
"I think that you made being allowed to increase their
certain public statements that price to the retailers from 52.5
aica wer s tBta min nt Oen0 alot r 15 55cents for

press?" Mr. Fawkes asked. 48.5 cents for high~-test and
"This is trial by jury not by from 32.5 to 34.5 for diesel.
the press," Mr. Justice Graham OUT ISLANDS
interrupted. In the out islands, suppliers
Mr. Spencer said he was are now able to raise their
familiar with the winter mask prices to distributors to the
he described tbo men as same degree they were able t.!
werig tHo gwa ens dvl sc in reove n cesto retailers in
had not gone skiing for a The out island distributors
number of years. are now able to raise their
Mr. Spencer said he saw the prices to out island retailers
e es thantd ris teonose tand from 57. centosrto 600.5 ccnts
masked men. from 50.5 cents to 53.5 cents
He said that both men had plus freight for high-test. anid
brown eyes and that their from 37.5 cents to 39).5 cents
wrists appeared a different plus freight for detisel.
brown than somebody who Prices for regular (low
was normally suntanned. octane) gasoline have been left
Questioned on his evidence unchanged, principally because
during the preliminary inquiry all the suppliers are selling very
on March 19. Mr. Spencer said little or none of the product.
he remembered saying in the Few vehicles made today can
lower court "on February 16 a use the low octane fuel.
phone call came through. It It is understood that the fuel
was a male voice. I answered suppliers in the Bahamas
the phone. The male voice on Shell. Sinclair, Texaco and Esso
the other end sounded faced with continuing price
muffled." hikes by oil producing
He also remembered saying countries. have made repeated
"the voice said: 'Are you Mr. requests for revision of the
Spencer?' I said yes, the voice price ceilings ever since price
said 'get the police off the control was imposed on
phone we will call back.' Then petroleum products in
the line went dead." mid-1971.





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By MIKE LOTHIAN



s3,7.5i U.S. an aan crenc y th g ic e sd tnody


Royal Bank maSagef 18115 Of IIS



Experience in Freeport killeappint case
By DONITA ROLL
MR ROBERT SPENCER, during his second day of testimony in the trial of kidnap accused
Leroy McLean and Spurgeon Dames, yesterday told of a voice, over the telephone, which advised
him that "within an hour after I drop the money I would be contacted where to find my daughter
Andrea.
Mr. Robert Spencer, during on February 15, in the bank's "The gun was accessible to
his second day of testimony in blue car. me," Mr. Spencer said,
the trial of kidnap accused NO CALL Mr. Spencer also testified
Leroy McLean and Spurgeon Mr. Spencer said that after that the police station was not
Dames, yesterday told of a waiting until 5 n.m. (the same very far from the bank,"
voice, over the telephone, morning), there was no phone between 100 and 200 yards."
which advised him that "within call as promised. During January of 1972. Mr.
an hour after I drop the money "'I then requested a police Spencer said that an armed
I would be contacted where to escort." he said. "Mr. Seldon man came to our home at 5:45
find my daughter Andrea." Mr. Johnson, a close friend of p.m. and demanded $300,000
Spencer said that when he mine, who works for Syntex. American dollars.
received the phone call on Feb. accompained me to my wife's "'I went to get the police "
17 he was at the Freeport car. We drove to the site where he said, "the man thought that
Castaways Inn. After he got I had dropped the suitcase Iwas going to the bank to get
the desk clerk's car keys, he containing the money. It was the money. I returned with the
put the money in the front seat still there, so I retrieved it and police and several shots were
of the car. then returned home at about fired. The armed man took my
"I then drove away from the 5:.30 a.m." wife as hostage in her car." Mr.
parking lot." Mr. Spencer said. Mr. Spencer testified that hIs Spencer continued, "but she
"Twice I stopped," he said daughter was returned homie at managed to jump clear of' the
"because I detected cars about 11 a.m. that samie crwe emd un
following me. I suspected that morning but he did not se~e the tSpne sird th a th
these were police cars and they who brought her into the hoewrdwt an lrm
were. I requested them not to house.
follow any further than the "I was in another room. I system as a precaution.
,Fishing Hlole restaurant. I also first saw her in my bedroom. cnetd msase u


Mr. pencr sad hetoldthe hreees.officed of Island Securty.
polictem that the aftycol com e Mrd "Spner wsaid this M.Secrsi htte
aecndr loo forhim ifge he was daughter hadh chawfe, makson wa'is, analrm buttn in the "i
anot backto ethed hingm Hole h r. wrnists mt and ankle "fron, kitchen the frn hl adoe
Resaugtr' antntenty, mi.pnutes wahe re vsh had bee thied with in hins boaedroo m. hu
M'I thence follheowed the Sroves. Shewa dityan hugr Mr. Fawkes rthenaed
instructions given me by the an iha a od.Sea Spencer ifi hi r pner ushed tany of
vn oi fon ti he phoe, Mr.hte had noaf fodo atr." the Wa "larm buttoson Fntebray
Spene said, "Idope the Undhn Hlt er quss n aestinn byro 15;hen t fo hl n
moey auat In tenm. aproimately dhefence hattorney Fawesd Wih ihisen wnttopuh h
at th turn foflw the road." shortly before tnhe jry butto inthes then, Mr.
dnsrutove awayn from the site wt a od he Mr.o Spencer tol the corthetatithd aledben~ o
sa voice car wthe thoei r ha was now 4d but wat ter. tm o actiated suome one Fels ushe

lithts turn offtera." sotheFbray 15 ncdene the J butto" n. th ice.


"I drove back to the was 40. Mr. Fawkes asked if the
Castaways Inn," he continued TIWO INCIDENTS alarm system was working at
and returned the car. I then Ite also related an incident tha time.
drove my wife's car back to my that took place at the Fr~eeport 1It was working the night
home. I arrived home at branch of the Royal Bank of before," Mr. Spencer said, "my
approximately 1:15 a.m. Canada in March of 1969 and wife and I tested it before
In earlier testimony, Mr. One that occurred at his home going to bed.
Spencer said he had given the in January of 1972. Mr. Spencer said that an
keys to his wife's car to one of in March of 1969, Mr. agent from the Security
the masked men who broke Spencer testified that a masked Services did arrive at his home
into his home on February 15. man entered the bank with a that might, but not until after
He clarified his statement that sawed-off shot gun and took the police arrived.
he drove off in his wife's car by $52.000 from the bank. When asked by Mr. Fawkes
sayng hatthee wre wo ets Mr. Fawkes asked him if he if he knew how to type, Mr.
of keys for each car. According had a licence for a hand gun. Spencer said he was nta
to Mr. Spencer. the masked Mr. Spencer said that he did trained typist but he could
men drove away from his home not have a licence to own a type with one finger fromt each


gun, but that the bank did.


TEDDY RICHARDSON

FU 80 D AIDF

1RT SBI 0HII

MORM WI G
T he odore Te ddy "
Richiardson 54 of Constitution
Drive, Boyd Sub-Division was
found dead in bed at 7:30 a.m.
today.
A family spokesman said
today that when Mr.
Richardson retired for bed last




also been choir master of St.
Joseph's for the past thirty
years.
He was a member of the
British Legion, the Catholic
Band, a charter member of St.
Bernard's club, and a charter
former member of the St.
Joseph Parish Council.
Mr. Richardson was
employed with Bahamasair as a
foreman carpenter.
He is survived by his wife
Inez; five sons, Christopher,
Howard, Cecil, Andrew and
Francis- three daughters,
Gertrude, Sandra and Theresa;
three brothers Edward, Prince
and Wilfred and six
grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements have
not yet been made. -


The red and black Triumph,
licence N3472, which the
robbers used as a getaway
vehicle, was found by police
only half an hour after the
I1:30 a.m. robbery abandoned
at the end of a cul-de-sac in
Gambier just west of the
Traveller's Rest restaurant and
bar.
The Triumph was reported
stolen from Paradise Island on
August 6, the police said.
In a parking garage, cut into
the hillside a few yards from
the abandoned getaway car,
police found the two pistols
and sawed-off shotgun the
robbers had used in the
robbery, along with the
stocking masks, gloves, boots
and coveralls they wore.
Police are still searching for
the bandits and the money
they stole.
In the bank when the
robbers raided it were the
manageress, Miss Marguerite
"Maffie" Johnson, teller
Darlene Duford and two
tourists.
Orie robber held the bank


hand.


i~rittunP


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nesIon ihnteBhms Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


NO COMPLETION DATE YET SET, BUT

LATE LOAN CAUSES SCHOOLS' SETBACK


GASOLINEPRCS6


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2 Junior High


Schools,


climb, as Deputy Prime
Minister and Minister of





retail fuel prices since July.
17 when G~overnmeLntt
increased the tax five cents and
imposed price control to limnit
the increase to the consumers

Mr. an= has amended the
Price control l (Gas and Die 1l)
Regulations to allow tle'
Inrasteh retail level. in "'w
Providence 100 octane gasonnel
went up from 65 to 69 cenlt
per gallon, high-test gasol:;l
(97 octane) climbed fromi (,
cents to 64 cents, and diesel cil
increased from 44 sients toe4a7i

dealers can up their prices from


a year behind schedule,





won't be ready for Sept.

By MIKE LOTHIAN
L. W. YOUNG AND S. C. McPHERSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS, the 1000-student institutions originally
scheduledd for opening in September last year, will not be ready for occupation when the 1973-74 academic year




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Friday, August 17, 1973.


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lines in the epaital joined the strike
on Wednlesday.


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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL (AP)

Lebanese jetliner with 126
persons on board and forced it
to land in Israel where Israeli
troop stor ed the plan ease
Thursday night and was flown
to Beirut with the crew and
passengers aboard. It arrived at
Beirut airport at 2002gmt.
The hijacker was captured
and held for investigation.
Boein g7M7w cmm and eed
to Tel Aviv's Lod Airport,
scene of a massacre last year by
It was the third Middle East
hijacking in less than a meonthd
to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The Israeli chief of staff, Lt.
Gen. David Elazar, said the
hijacker carried two pistols but
himself up" to security troops
who stormed into the plane.
Police described the hijacker
as Mohammed Toumi, 37, an
Arab merchant working in
Lebanon. He apparently was
seeking Israeli asylum to
protest against the Libyan
regime of Col. Moammar
Khadafy.
A military official said the
gunman carried a Libyan
passport when he boarded the
flight from Libya to Lebanon.
Palest in ian guerrilla
organizations denied they had
anything to do with the
indicent, or that any of their
members were on board.
Airport officials said the
hijacker seized control of the
plane en route from Libya to
Le ba non over the
Mediterranean 45 minutes after
takeoff.
Passengers were removed
from the plane in Israel and
driven to the airport cafeteria
while the hijacker was
questioned.
The passengers, most of
them Lebanese and Syrians,
were shaken by the ordeal.
Elazar said one person was hurt
while jumping from the plane.
There apparently were no
other injuries.
The hijacking came less than
24 hours after the U.N.
Security Council censured
Israel for briefly capturing a
Lebanese airliner in an
unsuccessful hunt for Arab
guerrillas.


immediate independence for
Puefrto Rico, dismantling of
Arnericandmi atarobae n th
for an oil superport-
C`uban Ambassador Ricardo
Alarcon addressed a session ~f
> omnlittre onm Iolon z to
that is studying whether Puerrto
Rico~ should be listed as a
colocny entitledl to liberation
1<>t ei tt)e 11cti tecamgn
III li..n. Alarcon chlarged that
the United States is exercising
"Fienoccidal colonialismt' ovCr
P'uerto Rico. Her defined this as

xiSI itts "inmwliichthe is 1<
andf force the nativ-es to
emigrate to "ghettos of New
Y'ork\ and semi-forced labour
icamps of New Jersey ard
floicridfa."
Aliarcon described plans f~r
an oil superport and
pe~trochemical industry in
Puerto Rico as part of the
genocidall process" in w-hic~h
"greecdy foreign mninoriti~s"
settle in Puerto Rico
"threatening to engulf the
people and threatening thern
with extinction."
The Cu ban said Ui.S.
treatment of Puerto Ricans
compares to South Africa's
treatment of the natives of
South-West A~frica or to the
situiation of the homele~ss
Palestinians.
T`he committees voted 12-0
last yecar. with 12 abstentions.
to have its working group
report on how the 19)60 Ui.N.
Decolon00ization declaration
applies to Pu~erto Rico. Butt the
working group sent the
question back to the full
c~om~mittee.
T'he group's chairman, n
Ambassador Salim Ahmed t
Slim of Tanzania, said he
would consult other members
on requests by the Puerto
Riican Independence Party and
the Puerto Rican Socialist
Party to participate in~ public
hearings.
RESOLUTION
Ailarcon presented a draft
resuIt uio n calling for
comm~ittee hearings in Puerto
Rico and asking the United
States to cooperated. The draft
also asked:
( 1) I mmei d in t e a nd
unconditional transfer of
governing power to the Puerto
Rican people
(2) That the United States
take no admninistrativet or
legislative measure affecting
"the inalienab~le right of the
Puerto Rican people to their
s elif det ermninIa t io n an 11(
independence,"
(3) Trhe United States to
dismantle all military bases and
cease use of Puerto Rico for
military purposes.


10Sill(lON AP)There was no sign Thursday that the
Senate b~.laergate committee will yield to President Nixon's plea


tol turn the scandal over to the
turns its attentiont tor other issues.
(fnli one1, of the seven
Enraesenlato~rs. Senr.

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CHRISTIANSTED, ST COISXh (AP)-- One of the defence
attorneys in the Fountain Valley murder case said Thursday they
were considering filing a libel suit against U.S. District Judge
Warren H. Young and the St. Croix Avis newspaper,


courts while the administration

;courts." Gurney said.
Somne committee members
had no immediate reaction.
O)t hers e x p ressed
disapPotintmecnt with what they
r sid es ialackdeo~fnsdetailedl
TAKES ISSUE 1
in his speech, N~ixon
rclpl.ated previous denials and
isrul he was not involved in or
;Ict~c -in> eithebu n1V atoer a
later coverup-
II, dfe~nded his decision not
to ritlease tape-re~cordings of his
conversations with former
j'utsidential counsel John W.
Itktn aInd other staff members
w~ho have been linked to the
3,;1nd1;l in~ sworn testimnony
ladotre the Senate committee.
isk~ing for the nation's
undrtlilstatnding the cooperation,
Nixo~n said it is clear to him
that the hearings "have become
iinuousmigly absorbed in an
c tlcr to implicate the
President personally in the
'I:I activities that took
'latce."
We're just trying to find
noti it a crime was committed
inl the White Hfouse" said Sen.
liernian EI. Talmadge (D., Ga.),
,1 iIommittee mnember andi one
ofi several senators who took
isnlue with N'ixon s criticism of
rthe commnnittee.

~I.Ilm1dgeC ren~wed a plea for
rihe Pre~sident to release the
lupes,i said he does_ not believe
thalt type of information is
pri\ilegecd andi added:
Thelire's nothing in the
( onsllttition that authorizes
thec President of the United
States or anyone on his staff to
acnntit a crimec ... I'm not out
to, get any~body' and we are not
go~ing~ to prosecute or defend
.tinybodv. "
I .rvin saidi he believes Nixon
has taken a "que~er position"
when he said the presidency
would be damaged as an
institution if the tapes of his
convecrsations with aides were
released.
"The C'onstitution would
not full. the presidency
woildn'tt be destroyed and the
licavens wouldn't fall" if the
tapes were released, E~rvin said.
Sen. Da3niel K. Inoulye (I>..
liawaii), a committee memnbe~r,
wrid he \\as~ disappointed at the
lack of details in Nixon's
speech, saying little had been
added tha~t would help7 the
panel in its work .
Sern. Joseph Mrr. Montoya
(D., N.M~.). another member, .
called the speech "an rehash in
new language of what we had
already uncovered."
olff chollMsn raliedpu C" sptr
the Pre lestll CORT'IS
Assistantt S~natte Repubhlican
leatder Rob~ert P'. Griffin o~f
M2idigan saidf: "Het performed
aspandPreside~nt i dtedn .
le wais efici rve in putting
uati 1 tte inito p '~pcin e ...
to! fie courts so, the country
canl get onl with u~rgent
business.
That call was repeated by
Secretary o~f State W'illiam '.
Re g'e sidn' it' bntrN mer
But one Republican. Sen,
ftenrv Belllinon ot Okliahorila
wllr fl'e d~ct no 1 s t i~tt to s e
shoing~i in publi c pinlaon polls
to, be sutidcirlly reverse~d hv the
speech ht'CUtLlse. "Tlhe~re wus
Ict~fling! (riTH~ITIi ill What (110
President said."
I ~his LComlmentr came frtm
fo~rmeir Sen. Wayne Mtorse (1) .
()re.): IINiYoni speech was a
ly ing coverup of his Watergate
icoverup. For his outlawry in
CGIan\Odia, he Should be
irllpachedd as a wa~r criminal.


The suit concerns a letter to
Judge Young from Judge
Charles D. Harris of the
Supreme Court of Baltimlore.
Mar land. The c esdrwa
edition of the newspaper.
The probability of a suit and
the letter raised the possibility
that Young would no longer be
abeto sit to hear thewehfforts of
asked for a new trial for five
men convicted of slaying eight
persons at the Fountain Valley
G;olf Cliub last year.
The letter to Judge Young.
as published by the newspaper.
rec~onulnended the Judge for his
handlling of the Focuntain
Valleyv case, which caused
mulchh controversy on this
island of 35.000 residents.
Judge Hiarris referred to a
case which he had handled'
( onway vs. The State' of
Maryland. in which a Black
Panther member was convicted
of first degree murder in the
killing of a white policemran.
Judge Hlarris said in his letter
that "'the local court-appointed
attorney for the defendant told
me that prior to the beginning
of the trial, out of state Black
Panthe~r representatives had
called on him and had ordered
huni to do everything possible
to make the trial a political
trial and to advise the '
defendants to do everything
possible to provoke mle anc
obtain a mistrial. '
HlOSTI LITY
Defense attorney William
Kunstler said the letter
contained material which
libeledi all five defense lawyers
and was evidence of "hostile
feeling" toward the defense by
the judge.
Kunstler also said that Judge
Harris made an error in stating
that Kunstler had appeared in a
case before Harris. 'I've heard
the name Conway, I have no
Independent recollection of
being involved in this case in
any' way', shape or form." he
said.
He said he did defend
another man, attorney Arthur
Tuirko, in a case in Baltimore.
In that case, K~unstler said,
Turko, a white lawyer for the
Black Panthers, was charged
with being an accessory before
the fact in a murder case. uk
Kunstle~r said f ro
eventually pleaded guilty to a
mnisdemecanour. simple assault,
but still mam tained is
innocence. dd
Futrkoo received a suspen e


S^NTIA(;O. CHlllE (AP)
( hile 5 striking truckers gathered
drorund their trucks inl rural fields
hem frcm ac f'i cai in "ve ite t
have tto die "
Th ar w ie\ untJ chaiitrrn were at
strike leader and government
officials ended in failure a little
inannie ?ruarxi ti Ir si enthu Slado
2lenje~s government set fo~r the
40,000 truckers to, gr back to

in eachl of C'hile's 25 pro~vinces to
supervise government efforts to, end
te strie thev r< sthe lth srtir'

T`he truckers \tanice, taken in a
prepared statement. warned they
would fight "to the ultimate
co~nsequences.
"We w~ill defend ourselves and
cour vehicles even if wec have to, die."
they; said. "Wer wrill be writh our
wives and children where our trucks
are parked to, defendr wrhat belolngs
to, us."
Specially selected bands of tough
truckers are kno~wn to have caches
o~f dynamnite andJ weapons read) to
trg tot prevent a take~very of the
vehicles.


Ghr Grthat


REACTION TO NIXON'S PLEA CIIBA DEMANDS FoUNTAIN VALLEY CASE


TIPSY LjgYAW


Watergate committee PUERTO RICO'S Defence to sue judge HiIACKER IS


INDEPENDENCE & local newspae nCPUE


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e e e a UNITED NATIALS (AP)
up therr investxgatron?,:tra "t?" it.:" St Croix for libel


sentence and is now practising
law in Rochester, N.Y.,
Kunstler said.
"A libel suit is under active
cnideratioonn 1, some sftti
said.

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HousTON TEXAS
(AP)--Action was delayed Thursday
on a prosecution request for a
speedy psychiatric examination of a
youthe accused in the Houston rn s
more indictments would be sought
necxt week.
State district court Judge Wilidant
Hat en said ttheex prsctci na
Elmer wayne Hentey was
"unusual" and postponed action on
it until next Wednesday.
thel~eyo u7 idictedurin tkh ienof
also will be arraigned on
Wednesday, Hatten said.
District attorney Carol vance
said his office would present no
addi ioai evbduence to a rdand js y
additional indictments would be
sought Tuesday.
n Vance tol rporteos thbr i e
lienley and David Owen Brooks,
18. also under indictment.
Twenty-seven bodies of teen-age
rtsad on m ni hvechi n
pollice Aug. 8 to tell them he had
killed Dean A.Corl, 33,the alleged
mastermind of the homosexual
procurement ring.
sep~a Iel inhtw oo h 27in icyted
anid jointly with Brooks in a third
death.
San Augustine County
autenlera wth tree mrerschu plc
have quoted Henley as saying he
tootk part in nine of the slaying.
Brooks said he had witnessed some
of tdie esillings but denied taking
anance ttpartHatten that "in cases
of this nature" a prosecution
request for an examination by state
psqIt r is a vr ip rrtan at is for
the court to, do from the standpoint
of whether the defendant is
competent to stand trial." Vance
said.


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One of the first persons to present himself for a ticket to
Miami on the Mystery J. was the Hon. H.E.W. Grant. Mr. Grant
was a tall and distinguished Englishman who had been Colonial
Secretary of the colony for many years and had acted as
Governor on several occasions.
"Can you read?", Dolly asked this proud Englishman.
"Yes," he replied, startled by the question because he had been
in Nassau so loing that he felt that everyone should know him. He
was actually Acting Governor at the time.
Dolly handed Mr. Grant a Bible. The Bible was the book used
in this reading test by the Johnson Line. At least this much of the
old man's piety had rubbed off on the boys.
"Read this passage," Dolly instructed the Acting Governor,
pointing to a passage in the Good Book.
Mr. Grant read the passage as instructed. Satisfied that the
Acting Governor could really read .... Dolly issued him a ticket!
**********
So much for the thoroughness often shown by young people
on their first jobs. Those who continue to do a thorough job in
life go to the top .... those who slacken in their vigilance usually
drop behind in the race.
**********
What happened to the Johnson Line?
Allan Johnson was very successful. When the bootlegging
ended he built himself the finest auxiliary vessel in the Bahamas
fleet. He built a hotel in Frederick Street and named it Hotel
Allan. This place later became the offices of the late Lord Rootes.
He also built "Morro Castle", the fine house on the hilltop of
Fort Charlotte. This was the first house on this range. It was
designed by Miami architects. Specially selected material was.
brought from distant places in the world to go intor one of the
finest houses built with bootleg profits.
Capt. Allan brought Mr. Parotti, an Italian contractor, to
Nassau to erect the building. Mr. Parotti came from the south of
Italy where he built the bridge connecting the old and new cities
of Taranto. Bahamian soldiers crossed this bridge on many
occasions during the first world war.
This is how the Parotti family came to Nassau, followed some
time later by the Grammaticos. Their descendants are now
well-established Bahamian, families.
Allan Johnson, a handsome man and a fine fellow,
over-reached in these undertakings. He went broke and died
young.
After T. G. Johnson died the whole Johnson structure
disappeared. The Johnson Line ceased to operate. The only thing
salvaged from the business was the undertaking department which
went to Captain Errol.
The Johnsons were cousins of Howard Chipman, a real modern
day pirate if ever there was one. Mr. Chipman's life would make a
thrilling story if there was anyone around who could record the
colourful adventures of this man who seemed able to set himself
apart from the law. He did just about anything he wished.
Everybody knew Howard Chipman. They both liked and feared
him .... and so be was able to live a full and roistering life in an
ordinarily quiet and well-disciplined society.
Howard Chipman and Errol Johnson became companions in
many thrilling escapades.
I can tell you an amusing story about Captain Errol.
I met him outside the Royal Bank of Canada one day. He was
pacing up and down with an anxious look on his face.
'"What's the trouble .... you look worried," I said. He and I
were good friends from the early days when we both attended
services at his fathe r's meeting house in Dowdeswell Street.
"I am worried," he agreed. "I have a note to meet at the bank.
It falls due today and I haven't any money to meet it. I am afraid
to go in the bank and tell the manager I can't meet the note."
Then his strong face lit up and wrinkled into a wry smile as he
added, "I have three days grace on the note. Boy, if some s.o.b.
doesn't die tonight, I will."
**********
Bertram Johnson, the third son, went into the grocery business
like his father. He had his shop at the entrance to what was then
the Sponge Exchange. A magnificent building now stands on this
site. It was is this new building that Sir George and Lady Roberts
later carried orn "The City Gift Shop", now the home of Norman
Solomon's "Mademoiselle".
Bert Johnson built a home in Dowdeswell Street opposite his
father's house. One morning his wife went to the bathroom and
fourgl him dead .... a heart weakness that carried off most of the
family. Then she dropped dead too. And they died as they had
lived .... together.
**********
Now then .... this story would not be complete without telling
you what happened to the Johnson House.
This building and business was bought by C. C. Smith, one of
the most successful black businessmen in the island during that
period. Like Mr. Johnson, he was a good Holy Right. This put
him on the inside track in buying this big and highly successful
business.
Thinking about the Smiths I can tell you that they came from
Eleuthera. They had a distinct Eleuthera accent. The people in
every settlement in Eleuthera have their own accent. I can usually
identify the different accents of the settlements. I have tried to
concentrate on the Smiths but they don't "come through" clearly
enough at this long distance of time for me to say the settlement
from which they came.
Mrs. Smith and two Jamaican women helped Mr. Smith in the
business. He was very successful. Later he bought the property on
the south western corner of Elizabeth Avenue (then known as
Union Street) and Bay Street. This had been the home of Sir
George Gamblin, a Bahamian and first Manager of the Royal
Bank of Canada in Nassau.Long time representative of Exuma in
the House Sir George became Leader of the Government and
finally President of the Legislative Council. He sold this property
after the bank provided an official residence for the Manager on
Shirley Street.
Mr. Smith opened a dress shop on the main floor of this
bui ding and rented the rooms on the second floor to coloured

In addition Mr. Smith had a general business shop on East


Street opposite the Police Barracks where he lived.
**********
Mr. and Mrs. Townsend were Americans with a good bank
account behind them. Mr. Townsend, a dignified, bearded man
when I knew him, created the beautiful gardens in the Old
Colonial Hotel grounds. This hotel was built on the site of th~e
present Colonial at the tumn of the century by H. M. Flagler, the
man who sparked the emergence of Miami, one of the swamps of
the Everglades by running his P & O railway line through the
South and into Miami. Flagler also gave Nassau its first steamship
service out of Miamti with the s.s. Mtiami which made a weeklyl
trip while the Colonial was open during a short winter season.
The Townsends had faith in C. C. Smith. They financed him
and helped to make him one of the most successful men on Bay
Street.
The Smiths had several children but, unfortunately, the
business died with them and their estate has passed into other
**********
How my mind has travelled .... from a girl doing a thorough job
of checking handbags in an airport in Miami back over more than
half a century of memories sparked by this simple, everyday
incident.


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
RECENTLY NEWSPAPERIS in Mliami were full of stories
about the lack of security at Miami airport.
The government made regulations to tighten security. Then the
newspapers camne out withl stories showing that the new security
barriers were being easily penectrated.
The new regulations imposed added overhead costs on the
airlines which thie companiess felt that thiis "'tight" industry could
not absorb.
All the airlines have tightened uip. It would seem that Delta has
instituted one of the tightest security screens at the airport.
*****+*****
There is a barrier that onlyl passengers are supposed to pass.
This is at the approach to thle corridor leading to the gates used
by an airline.
Delta starts its screening at this point.
A Delta staff mlember sat at a table at the approach to the
corridor with an armred gua!d standing at his side. Here tickets
were checked as passengers passed into the corridor. Half way
down the corridor were young menl anld women who checked
hand luggage.
I was carrying three airline bags. It fell to my lot to have my
bags examined by a young girl. I saw that she was doing a very
thorough job and so, without waiting to be told to "open up", I
unzipped the three bags.
I have usually found that examiners pass me over lightly when
I show a willingness to be examined. They look up and study my
face for a second. Satisfied that I don't look like a lawbreaker
they make a cursory examlination of the bags and pass me
through .
Not so this little girl. She was not impressed by my willingness
to have my bags examined. Nor was sh~e interested in the colour
of my eyes. It was clear that she had been instructed by her
emnpiloyers to examine the bags of' passengers .... and she was
doing her job thoroughly.
After she had finlgered juist about every article in the first bag I
laughed .
"You are dloinig a thorough job. young lady," I said in a voice
of praise.
"Yes." she replied, still without hlokingg up. "I have to do
this."
"I know." I said, still trying to arouse her curiosity and cause
her to look up into my laughing face. She remained unmoved by
my praise and went through the other two bags just as thoroughly
as the first.
I could see that she was new to the job and was carrying out
the boss' instructions to the letter. Anid I wondered if time and
experience would cause her to become more casual,
I hoped not .... because this is the way screening should be
done at the airport if security focr people flying the airways is to
reach maximum efficiency.
**********
It is interesting the way a small incident of this kind can open
up a long chain of mnemories going back a half century or more.
Early in this century the biggest merchant on Bay Street was
Thaddeus G. Johnsoln. He owned the enormous two-storey
building at the south eastern corner of Bay Street and Elizabeth
Avenue. His principal business was groceries but one light expect
to find almost any other linte of goods at the Johnson House. His
second big line of business was undertaking .... he was always
Johnny-on-the-spot whent anyone with a bankroll died.
Mr. Johnson's only pastimei was preaching. He built a Gospel
Hall in the yard of his house on Dowdeswell Street, opposite the
present Red Cross headquarters. Hie held forth at this church at
three services on Sundays. My~ parents were early converts to the
Brethren. They left St. Miatthew's Church to join the Johnson
clan.
The man who intro~ducedc thlis religion tol Nassau was named
something like Holder and so follonwers of` this new creed were
labelled Hold-the-Rights, later Houly-Rights because of their
conviction that they weret saved by grace without benefit of
works.
***+*******
What has all thlis got to, do withl a young girl checking baggage
at the Miami airport?
Wait a minute and I will tell S ou.
You know .... this is the secret of' writing ... the ability to link a
great many unrelated stories tolgether and paint a picture of the
constantly unfolding pattern of life. '
T. G;. Johnson had three sons C'aptain Allan, Captain Errol
and Bertram. Unlike their father the sons especially Allan and
Errol were rough and ready chlaps. They were all very likeable
young mnen.
Allan and Errol were in early on the "industry" of bootlegging
hiquor to the U.S. during the prohiibitioni years. They were very
successful operators.
One of their boatts was the mn.v. My~sterr J. Old man T.G.J.
baked the boys in their ship ing ent rpr aes s -1{n ai phay uee

trade. But he broke with themrl when he found out that they were
engaged in the liquor trade. smnugglinlg tlaig &L Haig whisky into
the U.S.
***r*******
Field Marshal Hiaig was Comma~nder-in-Chief of British forces
on the Western F~ront that broke thle supposedly impregnable
Hindenburg Line inl th~e first world war.
A joke going the rounds in Nassau when the break came in the
Johnson Line was that liaig broke th~e H~indenburg Line but it
took Haig & Haig to break tim Johnsorl Line.

The great migration of coloured Bahamians to Miamii to
populate Colored Town in that city was still at its height.
In the previous century white Bahamnians descendants of the
Early Settlers anld Loy~alists emigrated fromr Harbour Island'
Spanish Wells and Abaco to settle in Key West, thenl a booming
Florida town. They became leaders in that city. The principal
nae n Ke etaesilAbrJhlusor Bethel, Roberts'


Sa yr,PFi dr, Higs, 11 gd Baarii nms
This time the migrants were mostly black people from the Out
Islands where there were practically no schools. This was before
the day of passports and immlligration restrictions. Thle world was
still an open plainly in which people moved back anld forth as they
wished and settled where they willed-
Only one restriction was imposed on anyone entering: the U.S.
He or she must pass a reading test. A ship bringing a passenger
to the U.S. who couldn't read was heavily fined and so the clerks
in the Johnson Line had strict instructions not to issue a ticket to
anyone who could not read.
Dolly Farrington, a beautiful young girl, had just come out of
school. Her first job was as a ticket clerk with the Johnson Line-


THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Our whole life is like a play.

*r******+**
Today is yesterday's pupil.


- BEN JONSON


-- FRANKLIN


Bhp Gr thant
Nlvuums ADDICIvs JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound To Sw~ear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUICH, Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUIPUCH. O.B.E., K C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1 91 7 1972
Conltributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUICH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
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inl this space Youll just have
to take a tripl to Tlaylors to see
for y`ourseaf It von liappend to,
be looking for a radio for your


II)


THE BAHAMAS

MONETARY AUTHORITY


Invites Applications

for Junior and Senior Positions

With the Authority/Central Bank

Applicants should meett oneC of thet followingF mllifnUImm requlirements:

a) University degree in C ommrerce, Financec or Ecc~onomics or the
equivalent professional degree from a reccognisedi institultionl or body;
3 to 5 year~r~s perience inl a financial institution.

b) 5 to 10 years experience inl a finlan~iatl institutions with at least 3
nilr atd seno orsptrisr 1 c withinr the inlstitution and Some lc

c') 5 or more G;.C.E-. or other eqluivalent Ccertificate's of which one '
must be in Mathematics and one il E'nglish. Experience desirabl buit


Applicants are~ to write to thc C`hairman~. B~~~ahama Moneta~r y Authority
P.O. Box N-326. submiittingf re~sumer s in confidenILce on or before 30th
August. 1973.


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8 a c


5 I


School Uniforms (For all schools)
Uniform Material
Perma-Pressed Broad Cloth
Gingham, stripes and solid colours.


ART8EA STRTET S_0HOoNSE2-29 --


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Friday, August 17, 1973.


By DAPHNE WALLACE WHITFIELD
ITS QUITE EASY to while away hours at Taylor industires on


the large variety of apphiance s,
instruments, radios, T.V. and

search of cold water
Taylors is also the place for
light bulbs in abundance. Buy
them by the case to cutl down
on frequent trips. Besides all
the bulbs for normal household
use Taylors stock floodlights in
yellow, red, orange,. green and
blue for variety in outside
decorative lighting to tiny
bulbs for indicator ligh ts
Taylors also have clocks for
every room, purpose and taste
and the lovely gay mnod ones
would sure~ly brighten the do
of any clockwatcher
There is a good selection of
electric irons by Hiamilton
Beach. Toastmaster and
Phillips.
There is every imlagmable
appliance to ensure good
grooming a large variety of
Ladies Hair dryers. home hair
cutting sets (516), mnassa~gers.
electric toothbrushes and water
piks. If you think that such
gadgets are: use less
exstravaganeas ask your dentist
;Ibout the benefits of electric


Shirley Street browsing among
electronic equipment, musical
lamps and light fixtures.
There are lamps and light
fixtures galore something for
every taste and budget from
simulated street lights to
gracious chandeliers these
latter range from under fifty
dollars to as much as four
hundred dollars. There are
floor lamps, living room lamps
and bedside lamps in all sorts
of styles. If you're in the
market for an interesting
ceiling fixture a three-coloured
stained glass one reduced from
571.25 to $48.00 is a good
buy.
Taylors have a wide
selection of fridges (by Amana
and Admiral) now mn stock and
water coolers ( by Oasis). Once
you've had a water cooler
you'll never be without one
either at home or at work. The
housewife will bless it as it c~uts
out the continuous tracking
into the kitchen and opening
and closing of the fridtge for
chilled water. The boss will
bless it when he no longer loses
his staff who wandered off in


expect the stickers to be in place at
all stations before the end of the
month.


WASHINGTO)N (AP)--Director
John TI Dunlop of the Cost of
hsne 4 r gliatiosai todathet oi
industry will be ready Friday; but it
was not clear how soon gasoline
pettrol uma poddeae mighitnbet abe
to raise prices.
The freeze now is scheduled to
be lifted from the oil industry on
Monday. It was ext ended aneextra
regulations for oil were not ready
on schedule.
I)unlop said that he would be
"the first to confess" the oil
regulations ara compli ated.6 bi
businesses had notified the
government as of Wednesday of
their intention to increase prices in
30 ed his reaction to price
increase proposals made so far,
IDunlop said their number "has not
been out of line." and indicated it
emx cted. H somd hatfacter in the
decision of many companies to
propose increase, even though
justified by higher costs, is whether
consumerss now would pay higher
Although the new oil regulations
would be scheduled to go into
effect on Monday, the oil industry
from refiners to gasoline retailers
\ r lh h v le s s t n t h r e e a s
\Vhile the freeze likely would not
be extended it was not certain
i r drurgaslin rstatitn ad other
increase prices immediately.
T`he new regulations require
gasoline station to place an o fial


the price they can charge and the
octane rating of the gasoline,
Council officials said they did not


this bill'

app cancer sg wrn I 110\ rs
have a s~rvic~e decpartmnlct right
upstairs in the store to take
care of that eventuality.


c~i. ho.,vr.'Taylors s hve. on
on special for $40.
Taylors. of course, stock
c~ookers and washing machines
and it your family are tardy at
corning to the table for meals a
wvarmning tray by Philips for


sovs

DOUBLE KI POLYESTER
PERMA-PFRESSED
Long & Short PANTS
in all colours
also SHIRTS
SOCKS & BELTS
Hanes & Fruit of the Loom
UNDERWEAR

GIRLS
BLOUSES SOCKS UNDERWEAR


$11@ Etilittty


Taylor Industries have most things


electrical, IllOre besx des


ONE of the many decorative chandeliers available at Taylor
Industries Ltd.





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STh Edibl~titP 5


Friday, August 17, 1973.



ARRIVED TODAY: Mardi
Gras, Southw~ard frorn St
Thomas.Virgin i.)A:Mri

G;ras, Southward for Mfiamni
ARRIVING; TOMORROW:
Bahama Star, f~lavia, Emrerald
Seas from Miami: Rotterdam,
Oceanic tromn New York.
MOON
IMOON Rises 8:45 a m. Sets
8:52 p.m'


By Abigail Van Buren
eD 1973 e cur c lc s r ib -N. Y. Newsr synd. Ic.
DEAR ABBY: I was brought up [and I brought my
own children up) to "be friends with everybody, but to
marry your own kind."
Would you consider this prejudice?
I have respect for all religions and colors, and have
friends of all denominations, but I do not condone or be-
lieve in intermarriage. I try to find the good in the individ.
ual, regardless of color, creed or origin. Marriage is diffi-
cult enough without the problems intermarriage presents.




ST, ISNC O T.

P.O. BOX N1108 PHONE 5-5521

NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF
SAVINGS ASSURANCE PLAN POLICIES:

ANCHOR UNIT TRUST PRICES

AS OF AUGUST 17th, 1973
OFFERED PRICE.. . .... .. .. $1.30
BID PRICE. .. .. ... ... ... .. $1.22
YIE LD. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .1.5792


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REGULAR SERVICE
EX LONDON & LIVERPOOL

DUE NASSAU

ORDUNA 3rd SEPTEMBER
OR7TEGA 27th SEPTEMBER
ORBITA 14th OCTOBER
VESSEL Sth NOVEMBER


ISil

Sailing ex-
,ndon and Liverpool bY

HE PACIFIC STEAM
NAVIGATION co

due Freeport


ORCOMA 15th Aug.
ORTEGA 16th Sept








P.O. Box F2492
'h. 352 9691- Freeport


Phone 2-8683 -P.O. Box N8168 Bay St. Near Charlotte St.


IS intermarrage


fOe pre ju ice ?

Would you please give me your opinion?
NOT PREJUDICED
DEAR NOT: I agree, marriage IS difficult, and marrY-
ing one's "own kind" may possibly reduce the number of
problems. (Rt may not.] But I believe in the right of every
adult to marry whomever he wants. Were you to bring up
your children to try to find the good in the ladividual,
regardless of color, creed or origin, and respect his right to
make his own choice, then I would. say youl were not preja-
diced.

DEAR ABBY: I wish you could tell me how to solve a
problem which has been bothering me for a long time, but
h as gotten6 woe as old, and my eyesight is growing
dim, even with eyeglasses. I do all my own housekeeping,
cooking, washing, etc. My daughter mn law comes here
quite often, and she always points out a speck of dust I
missed in a corner, or a few crumbs I overlooked on the
table, or some fingerprints on my refrigerator.
I am not a careless housekeeper, Abby, but I just can't
see as well as I used to, and her constantly finding some-
ehn I ovrokdhmakes cme el bbd er thr soe wa I
she's coming I look for these little things she might find,
but my heart grows heavy because she always finds some-
thing I missed. Help me. HURT
DEAR HURT: The next time "The Inspector" visits,
gr~eet her with: "If you should see a speck of dust, a
crumb, or a fingerprint I overlooked, please don't mention
it as I do the best I can, but my eyes arren't what they used
to be." And if she forgets, remind her as often as neces-
sary.

DEAR ABBY: I am desperately in Deed of someone to
confide in. I am an 18-year-old girl whose parents were
divorced two years ago. I am living with my father who
has recently started dating an attractive young girl. She is
21, a robe ris tht this girl has been making passes at
my boy friend when my father is not around. She is so
obvious. I have noticed it myself.
My father is very much in love with this girl and is
even contemplating marriage. He is very wealthy, and it is
my gut feeling that this girl is just after his money.
How can I warn my father without destroying his ego?
NAMELESS IN TORRENCE
DEAR NAMELESS: You can't. Love is voluntarily
blind. If your suspicions are correct, you can only hope
your father catches on before he gets hooked.
Plrblems? Yea'll feel better If youl get it off year chest
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. tMTM, L. A,
calif. see. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope*
please.
For Abby's beeklet. "How to Have a levely Weddlag."
send SI to Abby, Bex n 87, la Angeles, Cal. MR.
TIDES
TIDES High 9:38 a.m. and
9:50 p.m.
Low 3: 15 a.m. and 3: 41

SUN
SUN Rises 5:43 a.m. Sets
6:46 p.m.


Now you'll be seeing~lorkl Money.

-iEANK AMERl~'na~(ICAR~ VELRS OrB~EUe
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largest~w~ fiania institution
The new Word Moneyha
a ne contersigatue mehod2. hen resnte forcasing





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The long~-troubled U.S. dollar improved sharply Thursday in European money .,:


LONDON (AP)


in two months. It was the seventh consecutive day the dollar


niarkets rising to is best levels
adtvancpd.
Dealers here and on the
continent attributed the strong
dollar advance to the
significant turnaround in the
U.S. balance of payments
reported in European
newspapers Thursday morning.
The ( Commerce
Department announced In
Washington Wednesday that
the U.S. balance of payments
Sits dealings with the rest of
the wo6 million fo dthae sc
quarter of the year ending in
June.
The Uinite~d States had a
$10.5 billion trade balance
deficit in the first quarter of
19)73.
hSinewel969) the htt e deficit
against other leading world
currencies. foremng it into two
devaluations and a downward
foat.
hButd these mnoves7 eventually
hepd Ih- ae US
exports cheaper against foreign
poi ioan betgn to mieroe ra
this spring, the U.S figures
now show, America s dealings
with the rest of the world were
again making a profit, and
justifying higher levels for the
dollar

The U SN c rRe yE advanced
sharply Thursday in Lond on,
Paris, Frankfurt, Brussels,
Amsterdam, and Zurich,
although in some of then it
closed below the day's high.
In Frankfurt the dollar
closed 2 pfennigs higher at
?48s Wes hi rnutan rars los

Wa Hoiad th edol sum In
its biggest climb of the year,
cumt mes ov r Tuest n's levle0
to 4.3375 commercial francs.
In Zurich the dollar added
nearly 3 centimes to 3.0437
Swiss francs. In Amsterdam
the dollar rose almost 5 centS
to 2 .7 3 25 g uil der s. In Lond on
WEATHER
WEATHER: Chance of night
time showers
Winds: E-NE: 10-18 mph
seas: slight
Temperature Minimum 75.
Maximum 89


the dollar added almost half an
Americ~an cent. The pound was
quoted at $2 4569 at the close
G~old moved strongly higher
Thursday. with the dollar. The
metal closed at $103 an ounce
in Zurich and $101 in London.
up from 593.50 an ounce in
both centres Wednesday.


Bullion dealers said
Wednesday s sharp fall in gold
was due in part to hedging
before President Nixon's
Watergate address. They
attributed the rise Thursday to
buying by professionals,
particularly from the Middle'
East.


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When you open a Standard 0
Lmad uorh Ctal you /
will be assured of a good
rate of interest with complete
safety for your capital.
Your savings earn 8t%
interest per annum which is
deuct~io o ta Aternat- per annum
crdite to no obuent to
build up your capital. Six months' notice of withdrawal is required
but 1 00 is available on demand during each calendar year.
Time Deposits. Sums of 5,000+ placed for a fixed period
of 1 year can earn 9% fixed interest per annum which is paid
twice yearly without deduction of U.K. tax. Attractive rates are
also available for fixed periods of2, 3, 4or years.





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Bankers
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Bank Group whose Capital and Reserves exceed f470,000,000.
Head Office: LOMBARD HOUSE, CURZON STREET,
1OD 1A10EU EA LATND.EE PHDOONE: 0134 911
ENGLAND.TELEPHONE 01-6234111

To: The Deposit Accounts Manager, Lombard North Central,
ILombard House, Curzon Street, London W1A1 EU. England
Peaseseand meflull details of your Deposit Schemes
(BLOCK LETTERS PLEASE)
Name
SAddress

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Friday, August 17, 1973.


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BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY
CORPORATION

IilnM A/MXIB VI A We

VN~c. No. 200
TRAINEE-CHEMST

Applicatio~ns are inv'ited for the position of
f~rainee~ C~hemist.
App~liiant s shoulld po)SSe'ss a good basic
edlc~ation prefetraibly a at G~.C.E. level or
eqluiva~le~nt with "O" Le~ vel Passes in English
.Langu age. Mat hemat i csan d (h emi st ry.
W'ritte~n applications glivi ng qualifications and
exp'crie~nce should be sub mnitted to the
unders`Tigne~d not lo~tor tl an September 14th.
] 073.

FIERV IS L. B AIN J R.,
l'lief Personnel Officer.



NEOTIN
IN THEl ESTATE1 OF TIhomas Peter Maur 7-
Senior late of the Easttrn ]District of the
Island~ of` New Providence one of the Bahana
Islands dciceiased.

ALL.1 Persons having clai T1s against the above
Esf~fi;tat are required to, send the same duly certified
inl writing~ to, the unlde'rsigIned onI or before the
15th. day~ of Septemnbe~r A .D. 1973 after which
date theflc Executors will pr~ceecd to distribute the
assets having regaird only tc> tie claims of which
the~ shalll the~n have had noti ce,
A MS) AL:L persons indeb ted to the said Estate
uire rqcue~stedt to mlakc- fullsettlemnnet on or before
the da~te hereinbefore mentioned.
Da~ttal this Third day~ ofAuguIst A. D., I973.
C'LAR Kk:tl.AiL UR 1& CO-
Attorney \s for 1110 E xecutors.
P'. O. Box N.1699: 308 Bay Street,
Nas~saul. Ballarmas.


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FOR SAL


PRIME IMEL ~I811 PROPERTY
200 ft. OCEAN FRONTAGE BY 800 ft.
DEPTH TI VVEST BAY STREET
CONTAINIrNG 4 APARTMENTS, 2
COTTAGES AND A SWIMMING POOL.

PRIEgl r250,000.00 ASH

TEL EPHONE 28808 28809
BET TNEE N 10 A.IV. and 4 P.M.


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SANDY LOWE AGATHA WATSON CHRISTINE McSWEENEY

Miss Bahamas entries
THE BAHAMAS Beauty Pageant, entries for which closed yesterday, will be held at Le Cabaret
Theatre, Paradise Island on Monday, August 27.


Among the prizes for the
winner is a glamorous
wardrobe, trips to Montreal,
Canada, Europe, the Family
Islands and Hiaiti.
Christine Susan McSweeney,
a graduate of the Eastern
Secondary School, Nassau
Technical School and Skinner
Secretarial School, is one of
the entrants. She holds the
Bahamas Junior Certificate and
aswitc~hboard/receptionist
certificate. Her ambition is to
become a secretary, beautician
or airline hostess-
She was born in Nassau on
October 22, 1948. She is 5'3"
tall, weighs 107 lbs. and
measures 34-26-36. She enjoys
readings, writing and the
movies,
Sandy Lorraine Lowe of
Highbury Park is another Miss
Bahamas entrant. Miss Lowe
was born in Nassau on
December 31, 1954. Her
ambition is to become a
novelist. She is 5'4" tall,
weighs 120 lbs and measures
36263graduate of St.
Augustine's College, Miss Lowe
received G;.C.E. distinction in
English Language, shorthand
andplio d as a secretary
with Frederic C. Higgs, Miss
Lowe has entered as Miss
Clharlotte House and is being
spneore by Charlotte House
Agatha Elizabeth Watson,
first runner-up in the Miss
Technical Contest, is another
contestant, Born at Long
Island on November 18, 1954
Miss Watson hopes to become


an interior designer or fashion
designer. She likes reading,
sewing, sketching, cooking and
hair styling. She is a graduate
of St. John's College and C. R.
Walker Technical College and
holds certificates in G.C.E.
"O" level subjects; a Bahamas
8 ANK ROBBERY
From Page i
Lyford Cay Road. The car
turned off the main road onto
the Shore Road and continued
on to G~ambier and the spot
where it was abandoned.
Witnesses on the scene told
the press that one man stayed
in the car with the engine
running while two went inside
the bank, and an attendant at
the filling station said he saw
three people in the car as it
went past.
But police stated
categorically that only two
men were involved.
The Tribune has learned that
between 2:30 a~m. and dawn
bok~e in theu BtellR br
son liquor store next door to


Junior certificate: Pitman. RSA
and Gregg shorthand and
typing.
A secretary with Mr. C'urzon
Dobell, Miss Watson is 5'5"
tall, weighs 108 lbs and
measures 34-24-36. She is
sponsored by Mr. Dobell

the bank, and used two heavy
crowbars to break open the
safe and steal a "substantial
amount" of cash.
The Tribune's source said
the thieves then went oin to
break into the Htarbour
Master's office immediately
behind the bank, and then into
the bank itself, where they
made a vain attempt to break
into the vault.
On Monday morning a
Lyford Cay security officer
found the crowbars in nearby
bushes and locked themn inl the
Harbour Master's office f~or
safe-keeping, in the event therec
were fingerprints on themn.
On Monday night someneccrc
Mas her's if ice tan dsti (11
crowbars, the source said.


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anutedciit ron thec creet ofa' hill nearr historic Fort Chariotte is a
be do hi Bahathll u~ a t~iu J manlsionr nestled between to werintg coconut
jw(brs and~ trlpical gardencrs sum~rroudedl b high~ stone

liec 1( cllarge o rdr pultialkushioneld frnnl native stone is anl ideal
;refttin I;r enterta~lril ing~arld makes uctd~rx~r dining a murst.
STisrteen be~dr,,(ns rr wcre rhlan adequllately ac~mrctomdte over-night
gue~sts anrd two~r lrge-- kCildrens w'I \ill fea(l a bery:I of' friends.
Wald 7yo njoy onevningq at El` Partic, Thle IviewI o~f Nssau
NHarbor A~nn the sl- chid _floor dininR mornl is mlagnrificent. Superb
(ruisinec andt a finc se~lcctliorr~ 2 I~ritage w~incs w~ill satisfyr yvour
evenr i de~sire. Cc~klea ls Bnd dinner(' are also served on the patio
wthere' You,~ will be we afted by' gent/cl tropical breezes and listen
to/ the so~ft rustlingr fthle palms.
Un/?f;rtlrunte~ll. 1Pce'tic is a private hornre and for the timie being
w~c71all have( tr<> be~ ceniter t to go~ somewhere else -UNLESS,
anl entrprFrisingR individualro or co~mpanly c~ornes forward with
af flair ]br ourr ( ld M' -Irld charml and the enrgyr~ required
tto capitalize onr this Fnost unusual irlsnvestmet opporturnity.
This kne~l property, is nowr being o~f f ered for sale or on, a
longR lease' wcithl most atlrac-tir'e termrs.
Fo;r fid/ details c~all: Bert L.. Roberts Ltd.
Tel: 2-31 77
P.O. Box N-194
N'assau,. Bahamlas


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Friday, August 17, 1973.


Shet inribtme


$


(only $8.75 a week)
7% interest is included in monthly payment
For a Prime Homesite at San Andros
Andros .. just 15 minutes away by


on
air


S2 99 5
For a Giant 10,000 square foot lot.
80 feet by 125 feet ... %/ acre.
Heavily wooded with 50 and 60 foot tall
pine trees .. abundant water available.
Master development plans include:
$1,000,000 18 hole golf course .. tennis
courts . beach club .. deep water
harbour . fully stocked quarter horse
corral .. roads to every lot .. and more.
When you make your down payment, you
become a member of the San Andros
Beach Club. You are entitled to a com-
plimentary 3 Day/2 Night Holiday on
Andros to see the project.

LIMITED
TIME
OFFER
Don't miss the boat on these opening low
prices and easy terms. Think of your future.

BUT YOU MUST
AC TNO W!


.~ ,


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SAN ANDROS (BAHIAh/AS) LIMlITED
Principal broker:
BERKLEY FERGUSON REAL ESTATE


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BAHA1MA HARBOUR SUBDIVISION


PER MIIONTH


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2 -1238 oR 2- 4913
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P. O. Bou NT.1699: 308 Bayv Streeit,
SNas~sau.. fBaham~as.


ANKSME~ARE


Friday, August 17, 93


sailed his "Jeanina III" to

2:--..'- Machses. w o
skippered "Maia" his son,
Philip, and Dr. Pete Turner all
arrived from Toronto, Pascoe
to skipper his "Bright Star"
along with Willie Williamson,
Johnny Qulackenbus made the
trip from Cincinnati to take
the helm of "Encore".
The Palm Beach Sailing Club
was well represented by the H.
L. Searcy family on "Terrific",
Bill Perry and Jon Harlow with
"Cloud 9", the J. Oetzman's
aboard "Stargazer". "(Pussy
Cat" with the C. Lott's, Dr. C.
P. Brogan's "Gotcha". and the
R. H. Dodd family sailing
"Windlassie". The Palm Beach
yachts cruised together visited
the Abaco's before returning to
Florida.
Bob and Jackie Brown
arrived in Hope Town from
Miami aboard the
"Tanglefoot".


"Endless Summer" fromn
Mrs hHar ou pa tcpaz d1
helm was Paul Lockwood. In
the cockpit for the ent;ire~ series
was 5-week-old Na:thanici
Lockwood. He must hocld soml~e
record for haing the youngeest
'crew" of any racing se~ries.
Hope Town's own boats
wv e much in evidence for the

Hope Town Sailing Club, Burt.
W. Russell skippered his yacht
"Pargo", Robert Malone was at
the helm of "Tyro II". There
was also J. W. Nelison with
"Chai". and Clay Wilhoyte o~n
"Malolla".
During the three-day series
trophies were awarded for eachl
day for Ist. 2,nd. and 3rd in
order of finish and 1st, 2nd
and 3rd, for handicap
placement. The overall winner
in the handicap placement was
then awarded the "H-ope Town
Page 9, Col.I


IT WA':S .1 TRIPLE
RED)-LETTER day for the
Kenyocn famiily of Hopetown
Harbou~r Lodge on gustut
Monday\ holiday as three
members of the family took
firsts in hlE~ir Cla3ss in thle third
annual Hopetown Parrott Cay
\wim meect .


the flnlshh lin~ trst mn thei !!ii '
group for the over thi.nes. \na

oft the faulllt, shei no~t tln!<
LcameI birst amon~,g Ithe prls < ~



first In1 the~ !races :ir :r~'!



boys group ( 1 1 to iI 5I m!I a
Wilhoyte cameii lrst anti ~
StephenI f;Lchdi' !rudet r : .~


filled his hat with ice cubes -
when he shook his head,
everyone wondered if his
brains had come loose.
flappy to report that Man of
War Hiarbour is nearly always
filled with boats at anchor
all because the new 5 mph
speed limit and the strict ban
on water-skiing is being
enforced. Both property
owners and boatsmen
appreciate the "No Wake"
principle.
4,,44,,44,,,
Returning home from Abaco
Youth Camp recently are Don.
Jamie. Glenn, Michael Albury.
Earnest and Jerry Sweeting.
Michael Albury had the
distinction of being named
"King of the Camp" for this
session.
(***t*******l*****
M R. and Mrs. Keith Albury
and Mr. and Mrs. Berny
41bury and their children, Lisa
and G;lenn, recently vacationed
in Florida their trip included
h) sc wor d rd -gamous
**************
M~R. and Mrs. Neville Albury
and their young son, Brent,
recenltly returned from a
week's vacation in Nassau.
*************
HIOUSEGCUESTS during the
summer at the home of Mlr.
anld Mrs. Levern Sands were:
Therese, Andre, Tyrone.
Barbara, Erica, Donna Albury;
Sharon Roberts, Barbara
Ilanna; Harold, Alice. David
Steven Key; and Linda Malone.
****+*********
WELCOME back to Man of
War, perennial visitors Ray

Sc ool of Xaierrniveritadua
C'incinnati, and his delightful
family including his son, Tom,
Associate Dean of Law at
Vanderbilt in Nashville,
I`en nessee.
+**********
R. LINDSAY Scott was
recently host to representatives
of the Ourt-Islands Association.
"Scottie" escorted his guests
on a tour of the Abacos.
including Treasure Cay, Green
Turtle, G;uana, Man of War and
H~opetown. We knew their
report will inspire vacationers
to visit our land of Sun and
F un

AT` THIE newly organized
first aid class. conducted by
Mrs. Louis (Jean) DesParois, a
real-life emergency arose when
one of her students fainted.
providtingl the entire class an
opportunity to practise theirr
ne wly-acquired knowledge.
Needless to say, all members
responded with alacrity and
thecre~ were no casualties.
*********
A SURPRISE birthday party
was held in honour of the
ageless Lindsay Scott.
well-known for his work in
Rotary and A\BA, at the hrome
of Pat and Mlal Mlorse (Sunset).


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old acquaintances, and made
new friends. At a cocktail
party given by (CSY) they met
the governor of Grenada, and

Cales. Thi tcred sotuoncld rin
so much fun
x********
THIE G~ilbert Bells are
extraordinarily generous with
the houe "Se Bell" o
tMa O-W r. Dr. e nd Roheorn
Walsh have been vacationing in
it for a week and now are
joined by Robe rt, Jr.,
daughter-in-law, Susan, and
three ~Janddaugt* rs la ut

returned from Palm Beach.
Though he flew to Florida,
return passage was on the
"Princess Joning Marcell
helped owner John Mecsker
bring the boat as far as G~reen
Turtle Cay where the Mleskers
stopped off to spend July 4
and watch the regatta.
Two yachtsmien adventurers
brought their boats in to
Mlan-O-War Cay a few days ago.
David and Emmila Weaber
took their "Webfoot" to
Central and South America
both coasts. Jack Htaddon wvithi
his "Anilam" also back from
virah ya otnstheIrernch aid
the "Anilam" is a medical
student yachtam an Ives
Cardin, who keeps everyone int
good health, whilst admiiring
the clarity of our Bahamian
waters.
And after five mionths~ of
never taking their "Me~ntor 11"
farthecr than Treasure C'a\ or
Little Hlarbour, Dudley andt
Bee Brown hiave cast off
heading for Floridta and
Virginia They hanve Man-O)-War1
sand in their feet so they leave
reluctantly, but will be back
before year end.


Town Cup series was held June
30. July 1, and July 2. T'he
races were for cruising
monohull yachts of the area
and visiting yachts in Abaco.
Mr. Foster Clarke of Nassua


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4. Plyetphyl ne re iv ng-b tI (half
conveniently stored in the refrigerator.
either horizontally or vertically. Two
bottles with stoppers are provided.


Guests attending were Sy'lvia
and Ritchie: Albury. Marcel and
Christine Albury. Bill and
Birdie Goetz, Nine and John
Mesker. Kit and Drake
DeLanoy. Jean DesParois and
Sam Braxton. Masny "fun" gifts
were presented, followed by a
M~anifigue spaghe~tti banquet.
**+********
THE Rotary Club of Abaco
is again pushing for the
collection of books for schools.
The Rotary-sponsored
basketball court will soon be
completed at Dundas Town.
*t***~*********
A LOVELY party was held
last weekend at the hill-top
house of Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Archer. It was a party in
honour of their daughter
Belinda's graduation, who was
a most charming hostess.
Everyone had a wonderful
time, and food and beverage
was in abundance.
*****+*****+*****
BOB and Willie Zildjian new
owners of Mattlowe Cay were
in town for the week, and had
a nice couple as guests, John
and Betty Pappas, also from
Mass. Their new home is now
decorated and most livable,
unfortunately they had to
leave for Europe, but will
return in September.
+*********

ALAN Mc(abe and David
G~arfath are off again on a
cruise on their new yawl
"Suraci". They are planning on
cruising north of Marsh
Harbour. and hitting some new
spots they missed before, here
in Abaco.
~+*+********
PAUL and Sandy Lockwood
visited the Virgin Islands and
other headquarters of the (CSY
charter boats recently. With
tNtma t ey had tthh y nree een


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AND ENGINEERING FIRMS

T~he Bahamnas Livestock Research & Development
project on North Andros Islhard is planning to build
(1) a research center, (2) a 20-room dormitory, and
(3) six to eight residences on th'e Project site
approximately six miles south of the San Andros
Airport. Approximnate footage all buildings total
25,000 square feet. Firms interested in being
considered for the design and engineering on these
structures should submit a statement of their
qualification, including bio-data of personnel to be
assigned to the project and complete financial
information of the organization at the earliest(
possible date, but not later than September 4,,
1973 to Dr. Donald C. Bright, Vice President, the
Western Institute for Science & Technology,
Wa~o.Trex~s 76703, U.S.A.


HENRY F. Kroening Ph.D.
Project Business Manager.


Jackie. was a crew member
along with Ben and Fran Sau~r
of Marsh Harbour and Bob
Nelson of Miami. Bob isa
Captain for National Airlines
and Jackie is a stewardess for
the same airline.
Hiope Town Sailing Club
it dks fnorw rd utontehxetir return

It is nice to see Mrs. J. V.
Quackenbush back in Hope
Town for a summer visit.
"Babe" is now residing in
Cincinnati bu lie plan t
Bahamnas
*********
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Zumwalt
of Hlope Town ware ?ow
vacationing dn( alifornia. T e
next few months in the Sierra
mountains
""*******I**
Mr. and Mlrs. William Gillies
left for Switz.erland in July and
will return to H~ope Town in
October.
ISHINGBITrS FRO)M
TREAIISURE: CAY:
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ALISON Joan Bird,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Radel P Iuelhitney hsona o
ss. ud wMs Pau Whiteyu o
30 at Cason United Methodist
Church in D~elray.
The Rev. W. W. Roughton
officiated at the double ring
ceremony .
The bride wore a long sleeve,
A-line, white dotted swiss
gown, with a floor-length veil.
Catherine Shoun, of West
Palm Beach, sister of the bride.
was matronof-honour.Parca
Bird of Delray, sister of the
bide: aRanbi co lingswort
bide, tand Ma thahKenottwoof
Empire-style dresses of yellow
dimity, sprigged with pink and
green flowers.
Best man was Michael
Whitney, brother of the groom,
of Freeport. Ushers were
Charles ("Buster") Whitney,
brother of the groom of Grand
Cayman: Craig Symonette of
Nassau: Perry Bird, brother of
the bride, of Delray Beach,
Peter and Denis Cole of Nassau
and Howard Shoun of West


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Pinder.
********
MARSHl HARBOUR:
Sailing Abac~o waters
recently has been a U.S.
government research vessel
from the Atlantic
Oceano graphic and
Meteorologicanl Laboratory in
mseir (; rdld cood Sa ednti t
aboard are studying the
internal wave structure off the
Bahamas and are taking
photographs in the bottom of
the Abaco canyon
As a gesture of appreciation
for the excellent work done by
the Marsh Harbour Volunteer
Fire Department. the Rotary
Club of Abaco is donating the
M ntbers ip inanthe NA oc a
Fire Protection Association
(U.S.A.) to the hard working
volunteers. This will help keep
them up to date on fire
prevention and other topics of
interest to them.
**********
The following officers and
directors were elected to the
Rotary Club of Abaco for the
year starting July 1.
Raymnond T. Lawrence,
president; James L~ockhart, Ist
vice president: E-jnar F.
Gottlieb, M.D. 2nd vice
president, Lbric Appleton,
secretary; Joe Collier,
treasurer; M~arcell Albury,
Hamish F~raser, Ma.D., No aan

Hoehnstom, alsl ie otrst Wlim
Lindsay M. Scott is immediate
past president.


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Ic~ieheals1 rou ue in MaI 5
Wednesdayy evening, July I1.
~he large fish was caught on 80
b test line and No. 10 leader
rire, and took one hour and
5 minutes to land
Much credit goes to Bob's
aptain, Walter Thomas, for
he skilful handling of the
acht "Dixie", a 42'
aThemkcatch, hooked and
oaded some five to six miles
romi Treasure Cay is indicative
f the great fishing potential in
reasure Cay waters. Thanks
iob for showing us how its
o measure Cay, like the rest of
he Bahamas is still clearing up
after the most successful
dependence day of fun and
ames. Jim Lockhart, emcee
or the day's pogramme, dd a
hanks to Jim and his
committee.
****"***
FIRS'T port of entry air
rivals for Abaco were almost
0%~ ahead for the first half of
9)73.
"""""""***** *
REV. Colin Archer,
superintendent minister of the
methodist Church in Abaco,
as just returned from
iarbados, where he was part of
missionary deputation from
he Bahamas to the south
aribbean district. Rev. Mr.
~rcher is a well known and
expected leader in the Abaco
omm iy3.ge....

PROFESSOR Wt e.Rodge
anthropology of the University
,f California, was a recent
Ap aker at the Rotary Club of
*1************
o hE INnEWL nre ec rtr
Harbour is nearing the finishing
tages. This much needed
Development wil fill th needs

wiFOLLOWI NG 19 eb o
Outboard Regatta held at
Marsh Harbour on August
Monda race organized by a
committee comprised of
members of the Abaco
Businessmen's Association, the
Abao Junior Chamber of
Com erce and p iv etciti ens'


Frorn Page 8
Cup William M. Gillies
Perpetual Trophy.
TfE RESUrLT` SFOR JUNE
30 are as follows: O~rder of
Finish: I st. TIangle foot 2nd
terrific: 3rd Enndless summer
Hlaniic~ap place~: 1 ~langlefoot
2nUT1 os 3rR L TS Order
of F-inish: Ist T'errific 2nd
'Tanglefoot 3rd Brigrht Star
HIandicap place: 1st Tanglefoot
2nd Tyro II 3rd M~alolla
JULY 2nd RESULTS Order
nf inish Is f rritie ?id
Tanglefoot.Handicap place ist
T'anglefoot 2,nd Ty`)ro II 3rd
Janina
T`he overall winner of the
(iis Powp tua 1Tro I iarashi
ITanglefoot" with Bob Brown
at the helm. Hiis lovely wife.


MR. JOHN J. STERRON, general manager of Holiday
Boat Yacht, a Swiss travel agency with emphasis on
yachting vacations, spent last week in the Bahamas, visiting
yachting facilities in Nassau and also at Abaco. Mr. Sterron
was accompanied by top members of the Swiss Press and
radio. The nine-man group arrived in Nassau August 8 and
were guests at the Pilot House Club. During the weekend
they travelled to Abaco where they met with the Abaco
B snoe men Asreoaciationaand toured th facilie aa aMaw h
sponsored by International Air Bahama. While in Nassau
the group met with Mr. S.N. Chib, Director of Tourism for
the Bahamas. Pictured left to right are: Mr. Hans
Boughardt, Bahamas manager of International Air Bahama,
Tourism Director, Mr. Chib; Mr. Sterron and Mr. Hans
Groenhoff, Director of Sports Promotion for the Bahamas
Mmeistry of Tourism;


o :lunt~is IIodgkins (135 hFp.
Jo sBertram Mills (12'5 h.p.
EVENT NO. 5
Winner: Fernley Lowe


were restricted to residents of
the Bahr ad andd twol of them

1. Keith Stratton (20 h.p.
Mercuy)
2. Randy Key (20 h.p.
MeTcury)
EVENT NO. 2 (41 h.p. and under
Melr Edward Roberts (40 h.p.
Mecuy
2. Bill Johnston (35 h.p.
Mercury)
1. M aTO St (50 p p.
M. ilre uBd3Pi8helpandunde
Me cury)
86EN hp. to I S h.p. a udr
Jons3ut Ru ss nell (100 h.p.
Mercury)
h 8p. hp 1 h.


Palm Beach.
A reception was held at the
Delray Beach Lions Club.
After honeymooning at
heirl hon in Woun er arlk,nla.
Out of town guests included
Sir Roland and Lady
Symonette. Mr. and Mrs.
Donald d'Albenas, Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Cole, Mr. and Mrs.
Dudley Sands, Mr. and Mrs.
James Murphy, Mr. Rodney
Sands, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Whitney and their three
adl er 'obrl Wh tne from
Grand Cayman.
graB etesa ofeU iv ritb oth
Flor bride, a Seacrest High
School graduate, earned her BS
degree in Journalism at the
University of Florida. She is
employed by the Southeast
National Bank of Orlando.
The groom is a graduate of
St. Andrew's School, Nassau.
He received his BS degree in
Business Administration from
the University of Florida. He is
a sales representative for the
Borg-Warner Corporation mn
Orlando.


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C10902
FUNERAL Arrangements for
Mrs. Fannie Claridge Moore
(Aged 68) By Sweetings
Colonial Mortuary (Ted
Sweeting)*
Time: 4:30 p.m., Sunday 19th
August, 1973.
Chur-ch: Faith Temple Church
-- Friends & relatives may pay
their last respects 3 hours prior
to church service at the church.
Ser vice: Pastor Leroy Jennings
Interment: St. Matthews
Cemetery-
Died: 2.30 a.m., Sunday 12th
August at Princess Margaret
Hospital. Survived by 6
Moore, N. Y., Mr. David S.
Bain, Mr. James R. Bain and
Mr. John H. Bain, Mrs. Jasmine
Sands, Nassa u, 10 grand

Par anaCoacnkdield, taera.Mr.
c h i dren Mrs. Marilyn
E~avidso~n, Toronto, ^MrDonald

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C1083b
STORE SPACE for rent next
to Mae's Beauty Salon,~ East
Street, South. Phonie 35350.

C10895
1. 3. Bedroom, 1 bathroomr.
unfurnished house, Trelawny
Gardens
2. 2 Bedroom, 1 bath hous e .
unifurnished, Davis Street
$160.00 per month.
3. Large 2 storey, 4 bedroom il
3 bathroom house Cable nt,e i
$650.00 per month.
4. Spacious 2 bedroom? i
ba thr oo m a p ar t noic t;
Westwar-d Villas nice golde n,
$275.00 per month.
5. 2 bedroom 1 bathr oo::n
T wnh ust, nicort T race

month .

apartm ents in Vilge betr ii
town and in Westwardl Vit;
$200. $285 per month.
For all yourT rental Iinqua i!
contact: McPherson & Br a .
tel. 22680

C10890
UN FURNISHE D, h
bedrooms, one bathi, (2" tol !:-
2 car garage, patio, John ',ji
Road, half-mile ftrom tr
Street, Dinting Roorn-. L !i~

Utelehpone 551500 an


CARS FOR SALE
C10901
1967 TRIUMPH Herald, a~d
18 Ft. outboard BOAT. Phot !;
31619

C10911
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
P. O. BOX 640
NASSAEUDBAHRAMA-S

1971 VAUXHALL 1695
2 door auto R EWOT y
1967 CHRYSLER $950 R

1968 PONTIAC
STRATOCHIEF $1400
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
4 door Std. $1200

687 JPONELAN P RISIE TEO
A/C $2 400
1968 rVAdUXHALL VIVA$65

1 967 TRIUMPH 1300
Std. $800
1969 VAUXHALL V ICTOR

19 3s AUXHALL VICS 500

19WO RAMBLER SST $40

49d609MORRIS OXFORD$00
standard 5'9 p

1970 FORD MAVERICK
A/C 2715n
I 7n0dVOLKSWAGEN $33
1964 CHRYSLER
NFW YORKER 580!
1971 FORD CAPRI $1950.
1969 FORp GALA X E
A/C 51850
1 970 HILLMAN MINX
Standard $8~00
1971 CHEVROLET IMPALA
A/,C $3t;00
1966 MORRIS 1100 5500 i
Trade-Ins Welcomne
Located Oakes Field

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C10871
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-
C10889

LYFORD CAY COLUBarequ re

stylist/barber. Must be expert
at hair styling, shampooing*

cnc lilonin rn an alecolouhrng
also wig making. Should possess
pleasant personality and
appearance and ability to
converse with international
clie tele. This iswa ntern h

and is open to Bahiamians only.

Naaei- pplyO. Box e-7n7e 1
Nassau .
C10906

SHOTIABreNuires the serO ceA
Of llrsn Candidate wih1
experience onlystneed applay-

outgoing personality and enjoy
Aeln wt h pu~blic.OSala y

F at intent call Mr. Jean


C10650
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
House in Highland Park. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living,
dining, kitchen, family room
and carport, utility rooms, on
2 lots of land beautifully
furnished, wall to wall carpet
and drapes throughout.
Completely walled and lo/ely
landscape. Airconditioned
throu ghout Unusual
opportunity. To view
telephone 2-1722-3.

C10835
FULLY FURNISHED, two
bedroom townhouse available
on six months sub-lease or
longer. Facilities include
air conditioning and swimming
eol Qu6et private location
Phone ~ ~ 5-1

FOR SALE OR RENT I
C10771
3 BEDROOMS, one bath,
Joans Heights. South Beach.
See Philip R. Vargas, West, S.
South-Street on Corner.


avOR RENT


ONE &72 Bedroom apartments *
Centerville. Ring 5-8679 ask
for Mr. Pritchard'

C10653
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bjath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With farge living
and dining all baMsically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, Phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditionecl. Phone 54631
tctween 8 a.m. and 5 p.m

C10 LC REST TOWERS
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment, large balcony,
aicnito g FOSWim in

per month. Contact 2-1841
days.

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



ap rmnt, ONicely BE O hed
$250 per month. Cal
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE 2-47 77-8.

C10677
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE -
Charlotte near Bay. Immediate
o re 2017,ample parking'

C10651
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT -
Montrose Avenue. Basic
furniture, 1 bedroom
airconditioned,2-nasher. To
view telephone 212- .

C10663
4500 sq. ft. warehouse or

imediatsey Matraob
Avenue. To view, telephone
2-1722-3.

C10845 -
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
one bedroom apartment'
airconditioned, fully carpeted*
T.V. antenna, automatic
washer & dryer, $200.00
Phone 5-8512

L10886


erorso g i
and limestone into ocean going
ships, barges or bulk trucks.
INTERESTED APPLICANT

Dpr Aenct, Baham remen

Freeport, Grand Bahama,
AAHAMAS.


years experience and
recommendation from former
employer. See A. B. Malcolm -
Malcolm Tyre Service. Phone
2-2444.

C10897
*MANAER.- MuP vere~qu aer
minimum managerial
exap ience, bot ho r atnns &
licence helpful. Flying
qualifications same as for pilots
below.
PILOTS required, ATR or
Commercial, SML and Sea,
min. 1500 hours, PIC, 1000
hrs. multi amphivian, Beech 18
experience'
APPLY Trans-island Airways,
Ltd. - Airport office.


CII ENGINEERING AND
BUILD ING Contractor
requires a competent Quan iy

ex eon elclinimajmr con rc
IIal types iveasi education

Iees. Teochn ca educ tia


recognized Professional
In it tiotakdesirabie Duat e

from drawings, Specification
una io IVMeasureme nte m
Certificates and variations, and
preparation and Pricing of
Final Acco,.lts. Qualified
applicants apply in writing to
Sir Robert McAlpine & Sons
(Bahamas) Limited. P. O. Box
N3119, Nassatu.


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


dagt u r Marrn o alo e
departed this life August 17th

Jesurs loves me this I know,
For the Bible tells me so,
Little ones to him belong
The~y are weak but He is
Left9t m urn silicther ad

brothers, and a host of
SSincerely
ROWENA TAYLOR


SCHOOLS
C10828
REGISTRATION for the Day
Nursery (Toddlers) and the
Day School (Kindergarten)
continues at the Office of the
Bahamas Gospel Mission
Chapel M~ontrose Avenue,
Shirley He~ights. Tuesday atd
Wednesd os fro 30 Oam )do 1


Division 15 months to 3 yrs.,
Ages for the Kindergarten
Division 3 years to 5. Both
departments open September
3rd. Further information may
be obtained from the office or
by calling Mrs. G. Nottage clo
Phone 24537.

WANTED

C10808
TOP $ PAID FOR used
furniture and appliances.
Leslie's Discount House
DowdeswelIl St. (formerly
Besco Building). Telephone
28012.


HELP WANTED

AD ERTISINtGt 3a ountant
executive, contc 349.
C10815
MALE MESSENGER over 17
years of age. Must own scooter
and have in his possession a
valid driver s licence. Apply in
person Nassau Dairy Products
Ltd. Thompson Boulevard
2.30 4:30 p.m.
C6172
JOB TITLE: Bulk Loader
M IN IMUM EDUCATION:
Secondary
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
yenrex erit I loading from
DUTIES/RESP NSIBILeeIEm

and iestn rintuo oceangoing

OTNRTEACETE AP LI AnNeT
Department, Bahama Cement
Co pn, P.r d.Box aha00

BAHAMAS.


C6178
BADGE R PAN AMERICA,
INC.
requires qualified persons for
the following positions in its
ognc ntin oduringBOR O
Refinery Expansion Project,
FrIeeo OFFICE ENGINEER -
Direct adminis trative
engineering and report
formulation functions within
const auction en inee ing

background essential.
OFFICE ENGINEER
PLANNING Develop,
analyse and report detailed
information pertinent to the
progress of the construction
schedule, relating it to existing

schee he and predicting effect

OFFICE ENGINEER COST
Sdetaileop anals eand repr
and schedule of the
construction project, advising
as to the cause, possible
remedies and final results.
Engineering background
essential.
FIELD ENGINEERS Direct
dadin engi eering activities
mechanical, structural and
ppin fcection to design and
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,
concrete, carpentry, rebar,
etc.) installation and quality
control to design and
specification.
BOIELRERMOAKER/CRIGGING

tar sportiont ad ereml ion
reefineryequ p nt, to Mer and

xeri 00 ns equipment
PIPING SUPERVISOR-

Crecto ed qual tdy contr o
refinery piping material to
des gn an Cspecif dE VISOR

-CGo-ordinate and control
installation and quality control
of complex refinery electrical
wiring and equipment to design

WAREHUE MANAGER -
Direct and control receiving,
stoorag pitnd tin etrd st
thoroughly knowledgeable in
refinery construction material
and equipment.
Apply for each position should
have at least five to ten years
experience in similar jobs
iontaudng ch trctio sfor the

tncu ng epp lane, sreume
and salary history to;
BADGER PAN AMERICA,
INC., P. O. BOX F-2452.
FREAEMPAORT. GRAND


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LE. :t itabl fo Sh 50 ln

Rediufcedfor qurtcksale

R:1ft.su tol Rfo iomm < 80 I
.e tuire. Onrly $10 sq ft
i "LEv vell SR Eip d hous2
w~ith fou~r or five bedraoos,
an~d bath:. 3-car garage,
iPaious cultivated grounds,
sultable for commercial
venture, prof essional Of f rces

SH IRLEYhPARK2 bav st ur
bedroom house, $50,000 hg

Tcl painted, Immed ate

HO SaE four bedrooms, 242
baths, furnished, Off
LAKEVIEW AVENUE, only
$35,000 00
GROVE gorgeous and
spacious house, 2-car enclosed

bokes fro Itiv h ri ns, big
enough ad saious en C
immaculately clean and wel
kept. To see deal direct with
NICK DAMIANOS, AGENTS
22033, 22305, evenings 411 97.


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TRADE SERVICES


C1068~2
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
H-ouse in Highland Park -
executive type home. 4
b~edroo~ms, 2?2 baths, living,
dining, family, kitchen, double
or gaarag and utility room on
L2 jts of land, wall to wall
2,,set and drapes, completely
j !_t he~:,d, large patio and pool-
18x36. Beauitifully
i nrdjcaped, bear ing ft ult trees
Central .:icnll .0 1. 0 To
,\ )c telehone 2'-1722 3

i 1089 i
1\NE GOOD investment.
une Ljiir Partmlents eachr with 2
i :-l\oom. I bathroom. Located

.trer Jnd the se,, Price
=-r":!i~ 8 hich on & Brown



.-PP-R,~ TL1TE Y C ac -es

Idif~ : tine Ocean,tor sale
state DETr\ LS to
Onl Write to Box
[;t:~ '\1sau, Bahamas


TWVO STOREY Lovely three
dI cr3im. bathroom f ully
(Ll eJ-i_ un two lots two
wilt:!se fire places located
ten Eatern Road. Worth
re Pa t;,n 555,000. Ca ., Leslie
icx days 28012 nights


FOR SALE

a~ili w~ iith 6 fit on
LLcci W Teddfr mM
iii, fo~ir $25 n0000 00
M:IA~!NOS 2033
t;,;! gi 4119722

;A_ fuiry tuirnshed 3



j -!n:iju e piV ml andcaea at
( : d gr' ur d utilities, iiash
51. 6~0,000 Phonie 5 8311


f iiO CE LOTS WITH oviir 130
bechat5anish Weli
-:! 512,b00.00 call 239J21
C108S88
FOR THE DEPOSIT of $~75
you can sucure a 70 x 100 lot
iear the sea and a private lake.
Ali~l utilities underground. No
Interest charges. From $5.,800.



M ~o!ey &~ O Brieni at 241148 or
? -3027 or come to the
y,1MCRAWBEACH Model


1 0855
CONDO PROSPECT

cdiroom~, bath. ifuny
n~rdition, go geours inews,


good deal. Ask ng $4,0i0.0 00
CON~DO Baycroft 4th
He!ar, gccgeous views, has one
bedlorom, one bath, us:e of
wvirnmming pool. patro. Only
?;12.000 00
DiAL DAMIlANOS 2',033
22305. evenings 41197
1i0844
I-CELLLPEI Tif VE STRM NT

L.OTS n: BAHAAne BA! CH
F REEPORT wi~th Cjjfd iids
bea~Cn1 rights an a'i a c!orn g
ii !Ities offered as am i!jge
i t only 150,000 00 w nil 1'3
iinwn and the be ance iovi 3
yeari with iption toj buy
!lu .n; property fori nt ihr
developments. Be the 'II51 to
j !1 Bill's Real Estate '.(21
a,- full detadils
:1 0852
15 Acres with 400 fta ii!'; lff


19?72 Hotrnet Stationwagon,
a~r I~ll iiil ~ rmake offer,
phonie 31519, 24078 ask for
tButter.

C10884
t66 SUNBEAMl ALPINE sports
~''= 0- Ownier leaving.
j 5 3249.

F OR SA LE


LFi R Typew~riter -0
!'ip: C assetic Recordcl &
,~;ci: 8200. As new r ig
il71 tonigqh!t ofte G p.m.


Nr Ien r1 FR IGIAI REr irt


'!honet~ b?403 54853.


PETS FOR SALE 1


C10878
INTERNATIONAL CREDIT
BANK group seek a senior
executive. Must have wide
experience in banking and trust
activities, managerial
experience, and accounting
competency to balance sheet.
German and/or French an
asset. Bahamian Preferred. Box
N4802, Tel. 21264/5.

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

C10864
Male Upholsterer Stitcher. Call
Nixon 4-1298.

C10882

Aandy a~n foA arge apacr naeb
building. To assist in gardening

a n ge ne a rain te r n e o e

PRESIDENT, BOX N4939"
Nassau, N.P.

C10881
MA RRIED COUPLE of
Bahamian status, to manage a
50 unit apartment complex.
Must live in Good wages,
apartment, off ice & utilities
included. Knowledge of typing
and bookkeeping essential.
Apply in writing to "THE
PRESIDENT, BOX N4939"
Nassau, N. P.


008
RMAN
R SALE
mation


5HEPHERDU PUJPS
P'r iir $85.00. Fo
;_lll 23735.


PETS F-OR SALE


o!; fi rc.





i-10683
COM;IPLETE ranrge of artists
applils. Oils, acr'ylics, canvas,
easels, etL Bahamiani Paint
Supply 2Lt ., Bay St. Phone
2 38, Z88


MA1RINE~ SUPPLIES
10688
:.l~iii YECi iRi~i 44 1 xurio


C6177
EXECUTIVE AND
LEGAL SECRETARY

H avydictuatioon paro icet i

Conveyance, background of
and experience in English law,
aet o er on oown itaiv
pertaining to Deeds, Contract
etc... Minimum 5 years
secretarial experience.
Contact Princess Properties
International Limited. Bahamia
Division, P. O. Box F-684,
Freeport, Grand Bahama Island
or telephone 352-74115 for an
interview.

C6175
APRCI TRAFFIC CONpTRaOL
must be High School graduate
or equivalent, completed Air
Traffic Control School, FAA
or Military. Minimum three (3)
years experience Tower or
Tower and approachC cont ol.
A Junior Cnrler

L i c e n e O r q u i v a e R (' l a s s

Applicants are required to have
valid driver's license, familiar
with operation, maintenance
and care of tractors. Be farnii-
liar with use of mowers and
front-end loader including
other tractor parts. Know how
to service tractors and different
pieces of equipment in
operation, have experience in
hen icultua I de landscoarpdien

given from supervisor and
ornekra io a sourpuch other
GOL F EQ UIPME NT
MECHANIC Applicant
should have extensive
experience in the general
mainten .1ce and repair of
"E-Z-GO" golf carts which are
specialized, electrically
operated, motor vehicles. Only
applicant with previous
experience will be considered.
CHAINMAN Individual
should have past experience as
a chairman performing task
under the direction of the
party chief, contributory to
execeur o e ofn surtains

aceurale nlindiarn msuredmen s

reference lines Indiv dual will

mquipmtining survey
GARDENER Applicant
should have some background

experienced in knowing the
ouds al plants. prIndleydual
work each work day
ASSISTANT FOREMAN -
Know and understand as well
as possible every man under his
super soemp De sereesph t

each man knows his duties
eachrewor ble day sand m ke
an accurate account of working
hours. Report to Supervisor
the capability or incapability
of each man under his
supervision. Report to
Supervisor any friction that
man illise among wotrkeers. B
planttmaterl oe frleito pru e

plant material.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Development Company, Ltd.,

ouil ing Fxreepr GBI


r "?:, at-ilti Yac-ht at

P~~et withi !ii is

E r arnaio telephone
S1 703 after 7 00 o0 In



YACHT ~TS AN~tD BOAT~fS LTD,

CH~R IS CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLA\TABLES



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27 fo:: i i (iit ref i cc:namo der
"tvb ft~ he;~! tti oni, i wijth


C10909
AUTOMOTIVE
counterman must


PARTS
have 2


"DP
c at van 0
of5


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AT OUR!i MA~R NEF- STORE


lrci ,:p he ;idii;~ i,1, yc~




AT THtE DIVE SHOP


Th-i ir aitf mais 5~, fins
snlor ~els.: v(; and vc: s. 7 ake



NASSAU'S MOST COMPLETE
DIVE SHOP AT THE DIVE
FLAG AWNING
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869

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C10a\ i
THIRTPAY Dl/l 5 t!.lh ot e



REPAiR 'r TrAG .
Cunsidrtome r~rlate epi ehc
Wilia Fa g A iv 19 2,


id at Vie m ft 92
C10842

RCFor~ freshi debloC hmeAde




AON9A31/1 -iurn ~pt colecor
for Bhamas andothr tams
Joefc Kingl 515 Cte St.
ther~ane Roa Motral 52


C10900
1968 CADILLAC convertible,
newly painted, new top, air
conditioned, radio, power
steering & power brdles.
$3,500 cash or nearest oiffer
Call Playtours, Mr. MarMillan
or Mrs. Moree 22931 9 a.mn. to
5 p.m.
C10870
At Motor Centre

Th WUsead Car
1971 V/WAGON 1300 radio at

1972 DDG CHARGER A/C
PSOP/BOA/T radio tape at ontly

59770 BHEVY MALIBU A,'t

1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
ra~do S/T W/W tyres at only
1970 HILLMAN SUPER
MINX n~ew paint work at only

1969 BUICK SKYLARK radio
P/S P/B A/T vinyl top at only
$2,500.00
1971 TOYOTA CORONA
radio A/C A/T at ontly
$1,700.00
MECHANIC SPECIAL 1965
CHEVY MALIBU S/W at only

$1906080 OL DSM MOBILE
CUTLASS S/T 3-speed rad r
A/C at ooly $1,000.00
1970 TOYOTA CROWN A/C 3
A/T radio W/W tyres new
tyres, new paint work at only
$2,300.00

S%/W radiU SST at oAMBA E00)

MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED ,
P. O. Box N-3 74 1 ,
Thompson Blvd.,
Opp. Davis St..

TelepN ns 56739


For rent in City, Dowdeswell
Street. 3 bedroom unfurnished
70use. Phone 5-4347 after
:.30 p.m.
C10869
2 Bedroom, 1 bath unfurn hd

Estates 8Comple ely wallederinS



C10834
SPACIOUS 2 bedroom

Copleel wuni hedie Esed.
district near harbour. 5300.00
Phone 3-1219-

C10883
TWO BEDROOM apartment,
overlooking ocean on Cable
Beach, Nicely furnished.
available Sept. 15t. Bedch, pool
and laundry f acilit es
Telephone 77222. e


CINE87BEDROOM apartment
completely furnished wall to
wall carpet air conditioned,
patio, laundry facilities,
$200.00 water Included. Bay
Street. Eddies' Apartments,
Telephone Day 22227 night

C20 77
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or monthly
airconditioned, fully furnished,
maid service available. Lovely

Tel pone 3127 m3mi 3.po.


;!ad, ad 10 ft
c itt. eO td
ti-ber vid


id or
t pr 9

n th ng


C10857
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
TRUST COMPANY
(BAHAMAS) LTD. P.O. Box
N1576, Thompson Blvd..
Oakes Field, Nassau Bahamas
TRUST AND COMPANY
MANAGEMENT
ACeCOTUNsTACNTSpnreues
se veral ex perienced
accountants to maintain
financial records for personal
and pension trusts and for
managed companies.
Excellent opportunities for

eomenmerate wirteh ap lcat's

qaie ieaons i tde acceounicn
field.
Applications to Mr. E.
L ightbourne, Personnel
2De~palrtment, Telephone


CA0 S, HEDGES, BEACHES.
For all Your Gardening Neieds,
Trimming, Hedging, Pruning,
Beach Cleaning, For Prompt,
r~e o~nab e and efficient Service


iip Z671688?


yadirF Au ust 17 19 3


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SFunERAL SERVICES I


REAL ESTATE


REAIL ESTATE


FOR RENT


HELP WANTED


E DART SERVICES


C10661





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

SEPECEALENUTOSEARTCNES
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN N9D6ER


2-3797, 2-3798


Airport 77434










REI\L ETI\TI ELP WANTED
C6162 C6172
HAWKSBILL Area, 4 JOB TITLE: Bulk Loader
bedroom, 1 bath home. Call MINIMUM EDUCATION:
owner for more information at Secondary
Freeport 352-7539. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years experience loading from
arLP 8 MANTED cement plant silos.
HELY WDUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
P rfnm l adinn of cement


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J UDGE PARK ER By PAUL NICHOLS

YE5, CSiR! WHiA1 MY 'vAME 6 DRIVER! DO \I TAKE I'M NOT SURE NOW THAT NAME
ARE vOU t-r CAh I 00 FO1R 'iO O RECALL TAKINiG A QUITE A FEW WHETHER THE DOES STRIKE A
MR. ROBERTS ?, -ONE MEjSAGnE FOR A MESSAGES.,. PARTY GAVE CHORD! YES, I
iih ~ ~ ~ O 7 4C ASS TER LATE HER NAME... REMEMBER
;aE A AFTERNOON BUT IT WAS A THAT LASSITER
avMISS FREMONT! HA CHECKD
jjr B ~ L WAITING FOR
r F THE AIRPORT
U*LMOUSINE!










REX MOR GAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS

COME INi, BRICE/ JUST CAME FRZOM )~YES, SHE PHONED ABOUT THAT POKER THERE WERE
WHAT c^AN I DO U'-~ R HOME / I ME A FEW ~3IGAME TNE NIGHT OF ~7FWE OF US/
JOHN, HANKS OP "ODAD A TALK MINUTES AGO/ TE PARTY--- HOW OCCASIONALLY
FORN SEEING MEP v1 iTH YOUR WIFE/ WHAT'S GOINGONf MANY PLAYED---AN ONE OF US
) DID ANYOF THE MEN WOYULD SKIP
Ci, LEAVEV THE G E A MANP---













A PA RTMENT 3- G By Ale K ofakg

u MAKE ii S 9 AS I EER INCE I ME R U I'EBEN T ISN SMTI O

IN E T H SUGGEST YOUR EIGHT YEARS OLD, DIVORCED
THERE ANDRETIMSHNO CORONATION, MEETING HER WE'VE BEEN WITHS TWOE HI!YURE TO AICSE
1O CANT UNPERSAND! nALTER' AND HIERBERT! 1;4TING FOR LTSAEITYO)R CHAMNCE
FLRNEA ,9 OYER A YEAR! OF OYNE
ME TO BRING YOU SHE'S BEEN YOU ARE NOT
OUT FOR THE 1; i A LITTLE SLOW 7ULN' VERY GOOP,
WEEKEND --- ON T N' UPAE ANN!
WITN YOUR YOUSAY




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STE VE R 0PER & MI KE N 0 MAD by sa under & o ver gard


HELP WANTED [ HLIWE
dil81 C66
Catalytic West Indies, Ltd., E P6L3SIVE SPECIALIST
Post Office Box F-2544. Must fulfill following
Freeport, Grand Bahama, has a requirements: Excellent health~
job opportunity available for a No criminal record. Extensiv
Bahamian in their Refinery experience in use of shape
Maintenance organization, charges in underwater blastin
Free ort, for the following and safety regulations. Capable
positos of supervising workers o
FEeL MiA mNSoT fvMust explosive project. Knowledge
havea miimu of ive(5) in use of electronic instrument
teroesh ge ed enepair required for monitorir
anl Refinery Rotary equipment, blsing. P B 26 riao


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Che88,
By LEONARD BARDEN


,. 1 1
(974.3
White mates in two moves'
alians ovany defence cby N
nPa t im s: 2 minutes, polm

mi ut s. 10 emmutes30 mi utes0
novice.
cIf you find the chess notation
used in my solution hard to
follow, write for my free Evening
Standard explanation booklet.
flow to Read Chess Moves.
Please en-lose a stamped
add' essed envelope.)
SOLUTION NO 9742


Friday, August 17, 19713.


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

H,?OROSCOPE


GENERAL 1 IL DE~NCIES Many new ideas are

interesting news tuatin and peopl uwhonin ire o u with te
right means for making your hife more effective and through
whom you can gain the information necessary if you are to
advance towards a more interesting life Expand
AZRIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Be active dealing with people
and problems important to your welfare and get excellent
results Engmeer the works wisely. Entertain good friends
charmingly
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Fmd the right way to get the
advice you need from experts so you can put it to excellent
use Follow your mntuition for more success in the future
Avoid one who wants to horn in on your territory.
GEMINI (Mayy 21 to June 21) Plan time for being with
trusted pals and get mnto those group affairs Important to your
well-being If you use a positive approach you can get action
on that personal aim on't retire too late tonight
MOON CHILDRKEN (June 22 to July 21) Contact those
people who can do much to further your aims of a career
nature Add to prestige by joinmng mn some civic work that is
important Show you have true ability
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Get into the good graces of a
charming person whose experience has been different from
yours Gain much thereby Make the plans now to travel for
some important purpose and count the cost well
VIRGO (Aug 22! to Sept 22) Sit down with experts and
find the best way to handle all your responsibilities without
having to worry so much Find a better way to please loved
one, also Show you are loyal
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Sit down with associates and
discuss mutual aims and operations Intelligently for right
results Being more cooperative with others brings fine
understanding AZ httle firmness with mate brings good results
now
SCORPIO (O)ct 23 to Nov 21) A day to get much work
done provided you first schedule your time and activities
wisely Make sure that co workers understand work plan
before delving Into it Home Is your best bet tonight.
SAG~ITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) A day for doing
pretty much what you want to do and doing It well, since you
operate best this way, whether in business or social life.
Remember mate with some charming gift Show you truly


Texas, U.S.A.
For interview, write P. O. Box
F-2410, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Attention: Personnel
Manager-

C6164
EXPLOSIVE CO"!SULTANT
Must fulfill following
requirements: Excellent he*Ith.
No criminal record. Extensive
experience in safety, use*
storage and transportation of
oxes ves 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,

xair it Sview, write P. O. Box
F2410, Freeport, Grand
Baahnaa, Attention: Personnel

6174
MALE GENERAL WORKERS
nocrluinast-foo dhresta trane
previous experience necessary.
All workers required to do
cleaning, washing-up, lifting,

apup arabnce,n poecr cbe a io r
and be able to read and write
clearly. Police certificate,
hae ehne certif ica and

waiter Bwa tre es or ca he

Pphpo e for appointment
Monday through Friday, 1
p.m. to 5 p.m., K~ing-O-Beef
Ltd., 373-2356.

C6182
STOCK COMPTROLLER/AC-
COUNTANT to supervise
perpetual stock control, taking
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.


MAIRINIE SUPPLIES

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


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including pumps, turbines.
diesels, large cen7trifugal
compressors and transfer

IS RUENT TECHNICIAN
Must have pneumatic and
electronic instrumentation
experience in installation
trouble -shooting an
maintenance of pneumatic
equipment, automatic tank
gauging, in stru mentation
pertaining to Refinery
operations. Minimum of five
()dusear I refinery r proce s
required
Qualified Applicants should
reply to: Deputy Chief
Industrial officer, Ministry of
Labour, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.

C61814a i P
to repair lay emowers RdM N ,

cla rs at~nd sllmake uau
models of various small
appliances. Only qualified
persons need apply. .
Appliance Service Ltd.. Forest
Ave., Phone: 352-6432

C6171
MANAGE R, AI RCRAFT
TMAINTENiANCquSaE Ri tEn
req uired ; FAA
Airframe/Powerplant Licence
Airline Inspectors Certif icate,
Airworthmness signoff
Authorization. Must be able to
troubleshoot/repair all systems
on 707/727 type aircraft, must
have current formal schooling

oine aft ysternsho m ium 8
years Jet aircraft maintenance
experience, must be able to
Manage/Administer all phases
of the maintenance and supply
departments.
CONTACT: --Pan American
Airwa y 5, Freeport
International Airport, P. O.
Box F-2503, Phone: 352-7251.

C6183
SALES MANAGER
Individual is expected to have
sound knowledge and
ecperience n adver iing, s" e

Successful candidate should
also be prepared to work on
strictly commission and be able
to work on their own initiative.
APPLY TO: -- TENNANT &
COOPER REALTY, P. O. Box
F-111, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


car \PRO( iR (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Get into the activities at
home that kin approve of for excellent results, pleasing al
concerned Then take it easy at home and enjoy the company
of those you love Take that chip off your shoulder
AQUARIUIS (Jan 'l to Feb 19) You are alert and clever
now and should sit down with partners and reach a fine
understanding as to future operations Handle letter writing,
transportation matters wisely Avoid one who wants to waste

yo S eS (Feb 20 to Mar 20) You want to add to present
income and can do just that if you follow through on fine,
practical Ideas you have Do histen to what a most successful
person you know has to suggest, Avoid one who has strange
ideas
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY. he or she will be
one of those Individuals with a fmne mind who will want to
have praise for anything really worthwhile accomplished early
in life The incentive will be lessened by criticism as this is a
sensitive youngster who needs to be handled with the
proverbial kid gloves There can be fame in this chart,
especially in the field of government, the theater, or the
oratorical platform Give finest education you can afford.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life Is largely up to YOU!


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rubber bridge it would be enough
to best the contract, but with
match-point scoring, plus 200
could be disastrous, for other
Souths might not be so willing
to sacrifice and other Wests
would, therefore. score 620. Only
800 would show a profit. So,
hoping for a trick from his part-
ner, Eric began by underleading;
hi AKQJ10. If South had the
9,it would cost a trick, but
tere was little difference
between a bad result and a very
bad one. Fortunately, East pro-
duced the +9 and gave Eric a
diamond ruff. Unable to take
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" Why, it's so small It's only big enough for
dolls 1" Rupert can hardly believe his eyes
as the double-decker bus draws to a standstill
at the crossroads. Now I know what Dinkie
meant when she said I'd have a job to get on
it I The doll-like driver thrusts his head out
of the cabin. "Express to Dollscote I" he


calls. Hurry along please !" Rupert
crouches beside him. But how can I get
on ?" he asks. You'II have to sit on the
roof," replies the driver briskly. This bus
is really for Miss Samantha's helpers, but I
don't mind carrying other passengers some-
times." ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


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IN THE. FSTATE OF: Neville Dantzler Sands late
of the Ea`strn7 District of the Island of New
Providence one of the Bahamna Islands deceased.



ALL persons having claims against the above
Estate are reqluired to send the same duly certified
in writing to, the unde~rsignled on or befoire the
15th. day of` Septemnber A.D. 1973 after which
date the I xecutors will proceed to distribute the
assets having regardc only to the claims of which
they shall thien haive had notice.

AND) AL L pe~rsons indeitbted to the said Estate
are requestedf to make full settlement on or before
the dlate heretinhefcre mentioned. *


Dated this Third dlay ofAugust A.D). 1973.

lakeRKE;, LBURY &i CO.
A~tto~rneys tor the E'xecutors,
P. O). Box N.1699c: 308 Bay Street.
Naissau1. Bahamlas.






NOTIEE




AP'PLICAT4IOINS AR E NOWC U1 BEN(
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POSITIONS A~T HO)BBYr H-ORSE RACE
TRACK F;OR THE1 COMltING 1974 RACING
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MR. GARTH KEMP
General Manager,
Hobby Horse Race Track
P.O. Box N 49 I5, Nassau BahamnaS.


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MRS. J.R. FORD, wife of



sponsored Tennis Tournament
played at the Montagu Beach
Hotel courts. Observing are
Bruce Farrington (second from
left), Bradley Demeritte,
tournament director, and Brent
Fakes (right). Photo: Rickey
Wls.

Giants third miscue of the
frame to load the bases.
Veteran Bertic Murray~,
pinch hitting for Hecnry
Williams, drew a base on haill
and picked up an RBI when
Outten was forced home.
However, Clayson pitched
his wayv out the seventh inning
jam when he breezed T`unecr
for the second out of the
inning and got Huyler on a
ground out to third leaving the
hases loaded.
Two bases loaded walks by
relief pitcher Larry Turnquest
and Lyle Molffats run scoring
single accounted for the three
C'algary runs in the seventh
that ended the gamie under the
Tournament's six-run lead after
seven inning ruling



THE BAHAMAS


thing I am looking out for is
next year March," pointed out
coach Moore. He was referring
to the Central American and
Caribbean games. A win for the
Bahamas in that tournament
will make them truly the
champs. The girls at present
have what it takes to walk
away with top honours.
Word has reached Nassau
that Trnnidad was employing
Mexican coaches. This actually
means nothing if the team is
not together.


As the national squad
disbanded prior to the
beginning of the B.V.F.'s 1973
series. 20 players most of
them seasoned players have
been chosen as tryouts for the
new national squad. Under the
coaching of Oswald Moor,
who recently coached Paradise
Island Bees to an undefeated
championship victory in the
regular series, the tryout squad
will practise' on Sunday
afternoon 3 o'clock at the C.I.
Gibson Gym.
Coach Moore, who took
over from former coach Dr.
Norman Gay M.P., has high
hopes in the prospects he has

neaon" pa:yed htogil cl ss
volleyball and gained much
ex pr ie nee from being
internationally exposed. Dr.
G;ay in the shuffle was
promoted to manager of both
thle mnen's and ladies' teams.
Among those picked for
tryouts include last season's
team captain Barbara Knowles,
number one offensive player
Florence Rolle, Margaret
Albury and Hattie Moxey.
These girls, together with
others, including Elsine
T'hompson, Celestine Wilson
and Daisy Walker, were
instrumental in giving the
Bahamlasa competitive name in
in ter natio nal volleyball.
Among the top contenders
vying for a position on the
team are rookie of the year
Winsome Davidson and Wendy
Jackman, another rookie.
These two have made
impressive progress in
volleyball since their short
introduction.
NEW FACES
The new faces on the tryout
squad are S.A.C.A's key spiker
Linda Davis, Tangy Armbrister,
Denise Whylly and the Bees'
Winifred Russell. Davis,
Armrbrister and Whylly
together with Cora Hepburn -
also on the tryout squad -
played great ball which was
seen in S.A.C.A.'s second place
finish in the playoffs.
Looking into the coming
volleyball competition on the
international scene, both the
Bahamas teams next month
will defend their Caribbean
Volleyball Championship for
English Speaking Countries
which is scheduled for
Trinidad.
With mia ny more
tournaments between, "the big
the more they can do for us,"


commented Mo ore.
"Experience is the best
teacher." The Bahamas this
year is bestowed with the
experience of playing and
coaching.
On the whole, the Bahamas
has a completely balanced
team of volleyballers and, with
the game grounding its roots in
the interschool competition,
the B.V.F. has a very good
farm team. Thus, with good
coaching coming from the
schools in conjunction with the


In accordance with the
Tournament's rules the game
was stopped in the seventh
inning when the G;iants, who
challenged starter Hienry
Williamns throughout the
contest, developed a six-run
lead.
The National Baseball
Congress went through
elaborate ceremonies prior to
last night's gamne to welcome
the Bahamas, the world's
new st country ntol enter th

ceremonies w~as the playing of
our national anthem while the
colourful Bahamian flag was
hoisted amongst flag; of other
participating countries.
But once the game started
the festivities were over for the
Bahamas.
Last night's defeat however,
has not eliminated the
Bahamnas in the double defeat
classic. T~he local squad's next
game will be a loser's bracket
game on Saturday afternoon.
Craig Clayson, starting
pitcher for the Griants, was a
bit stingy to the Bahamian side
blanking them on three hits
until the top half of the
seventh when the Bahamas
got on the score board with
two runs.









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SHORTSTOP RANDY
RODGERS ... instrumental in
two double plays.


Clayson, a junior at Weber
State College, retired the first
seven batters in order before
shortstop Randy Rodgetrs
tapped a single up the middle
for the local side's first hit.
Rodgers was quickly erased
from the base paths when he
was thrown out in an attempt
to steal second.
Second baseman Roosevelt
Turner opened the fourth
frame with a screaming double
down the ri ht field lin bu h

he made too big a turn at
second and was picked off on a
perfect relay throw from
rightfielder Meily.
Rightfielder Anthony
H-uyler followed with a long
triple to right centre but was
left stranded at third when
Vince Albury and Eddie Ford
failed to drive him in.
While Clayson held the
Bahamas in check the Giants
worked on a comfortable 5-0
lead. Triggering the offensive
fireworks for the Canadians
were Jesse C.havez who drilled
a long solo blast to right field
in the first, and Bob Papworth
who hammered a two-run
homer mn the fifth-
2 RUINS SCORED
The Bahamas got their long
awaited break in the seventh
inning when eight batters
marched to the plate. Hlowever-
the team failed to capitalize to
the fullest as only two runs
were scored.
With one out in the seventh
first baseman Lester Gardiner
took second on a throwing
error by Giants shortstop
Edson. Catcher Sidney Out ten
then connected for a single to
left field to place runners on
the corners.
A soft tap off the bat of
Lloyd Bowleg skipped through
the legs of third baseman
Nakonechny for an error
allowing Gardiner to score the
Bahamian first run.
Rightfielder Meily dropped a
Randy Rodgers' pop fly for the


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match.
Shanklin held on to
Mlunning's steady pace and
never allowed his opponent to
get more than two points
ahead until they notched at six
all. Shanklin's American twist
serve was knocked into the net.
Mlunnings, who returned the
following service, was unable
to handle Shanklin's powerful
forehand drive which caught
himi out of position.
The two top seeded players,
Steve' Norton and Peter Isaacs,
got byes up to the third round.
The tournament, which was




UOIALS WHU WIN



FLAMINGO AIRLINES
rallied for four big runs in their
half of the seventh frame and
then a stingy Kerrington
Wilkinson put the finishing
touches to seal victory as the
Airliners out lasted the AID
Royals 8-6 in the first game of
the BBA Junior League
Championship Series played
Thursday night at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.
The Royals advanced to the
Championship series earlier in
the night when they defeated
Bahamas Blenders in a delayed
contest that was stopped
Wednesday night because of
lateneSS.
Flamingo jumped to an early
2-0 lead in the top half of the

buncendn gkbuitn te b~otyodm
half to tie the score at 2-2.
The Airliners picked up two
more runs in the third but
again saw their lead dwindle in
te tbott ni hl soer ee frame
four big tallies to take a 6-4
lead.
The Flamingos put the game
huteofo reah il nhe sesnewF
and Major combined offensive
st engt ho score four runs,

Wilkinson, who went the
route for the Airliners, was
credited with the win while
Wenzel Brennen was tagged
with the loss.


opened by Mrs. J.R. ford
serving the first ball over the
net continued today. It is the
sixth tournament organized by
resident pro Bradley
~e me ritte.
RESULTS
T he following are
yesterday's results: P. Russell
8-6, 6-2 over P. Htale: `.
Donaldson 6-1, 6-4 over i.
Bethel; C. Shanklin 8-6, 6-1
over Percy Munnings: J. lirich
6-1, 6-1 over S. Hall: C. Carter
6-1, 6-1 over E. Miller: M1. Hale
6-3, 6-4 over E. Knowles; I.
Lewis 7-5, 6-0 over J. Lunn: D.
lodge 6-2, 6-0 over V. Miller,
Sid Poitier 6-1, 6-4 over 3.
Delancy; B. Pryderch 6,-2. 6-2
over R. Knowles and V.
Pennerman won by default
over S. Knowles.
The following is the pairing
of games played today; J.
Thompson v B. Knowles, ;.
Winters v R. Alleyne, L.
Killeen v J. Strachan, V
Pennerman v J. Urich. J.
Farrington v E. West, B. Fox v
R. Barnett S. Poitier v B.
Pryderch, D. Hodge v II. Lewis,
C. Donaldosn v C. Shanklin.
Climiaxing this tournament
will be an exhibition match
between Leo Rolle and
Anthony Munnings against
Bertram Knowles and John
Antonas.


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tIuyler rf

G;ardiner Ib
outten c
Bowleg 3b
Ho gers s
Sweeting p
Murray ph
J. wiiams pr
Turquetos p

CANADA
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Mof(fat cf
Edw~ards c
Meity rf
Nk >n Mhy 3b
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TOTALS


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Errors: Ro~dgers, Turner. E~dson,


Lef on base: Nassau six, Calnada
Triples: Huyler. hrmers: C'havez,
Papworth, stolen base: G;ardiner.
Turner.
Pitching statistics
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sweeting l ooo0Io 0
rTuragucst 1/3 2 3 3 1 '

C`layso~n 7 4 2 0 3 8
CRICKET FIXTY 5ticet

C`lub who boasts of the best
bown nsides nrlthe h~gue tac~ki
l'ikt Cub in we trc ay tnatch
1 30 at w~aneso(va .
St. Agnes, on tw~o consecutive

th graue tc, a str< eg secnenplacin
seven points behind the league
leading Southerners C'ricket C'lub
w~ith 39~


fourth place with 2 6 points.


mat cthesr binatcr I 30 p m.


The Southerners take on the
agrressile St. Albans onI Sunlday
afternoon I:30 at Hl:lone\ Oval and
the wesctterncrs on Sundayr meet
dted k re unpiotns St. Becrnards

SOFTBALL TONIGHT


Stuart I smue Mo~rriso~n and
Alard Smit 1 h thyec soic
the second game 9 o'clock at the
Jothn 1-. Kennedy Softhall park as

As ciation atio cotinueS fbn
lia7`elco D~ialh. coming off a 16-1
trounc~ine by Uohitm~ worlt on
Medunrey + enek nr, gin etheit
Beer in the first game at 7 o'clock.


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........... Resul
Atlant/@ 10 Itesults 2
San Francisco 2, Phliladelphia

OknThursday's Results
Cleveland 10, Kansas C'ity 4


@D 1973 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.


Whr GriblittP


POOR1 WICHITA START I




Calgary Giants thrrash




Bahamas squad (8-2)



an~ hO8u leH 88 IRW 6

THE BAHAMAS NATIONAL WICHITA squad took it on the
chin Thursday night when they bowed out to the powerful
Calgary Giants of Canada 8-2 in the 39th National Baseball
Congress Tournament at Lawrence Stadium.


National Volleyball squads prepare to




defend Caribbean titles next monill

By(i- --ON HUSON
THE BAHAMAS VOLLEYBALL FEDERATION'S Ladies National Team, having made their
presence felt in international competition earlier this year when they won the coveted Region Six
Trophy from veteran champions Miami Golds, come together again to defend their Caribbean
championship title next month.


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A DETERMINED CLARENCE SHAKLIN dished out an
American twist serve and on the following
service sent a cross forehand drive to break a six all tie giving him
an 8-6 victory over Percy Munnings during yesterday's first round
of the Joseph R. Ford Tennis Tournament being played at the
Montagu Beach Hotel tennis court. Shanklin dominated the
second set 6-1 to advance to the second round in the best of three


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