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# VOL. LXX, No. 241 Monday, September 10, 1973. Price: I 5 Cent.


GOVERNMENT FACED WITH LEGAL DILEMMA

OVER ST. BARNABAS M.P.'s DISCLOSURE





Could Irwin Stubbs






be legally eligible for








Sinclair Outten's seat?

By NICKI KELLY
THE DISCLOSURE BY MR. SINCLAIR OUTTEN that he does not have Bahamian status has reportedly created
a legal dilemma for government, who can find no precedent either in the rules of the House, the Constitution or the
Representation of the People Act to cover the disqualification of a representative after the period for petitioning


the Election Court has ended.


Rising food prices a major


contributor to cost of living
RISTNG? food prices were the major contributors to the 0.83
per cent increase in the retail price index in July, Department of
Statistics figures have disclosed
I lie oHffti.ial Retail Price Jex increased by 1.5 points
Inde\ f,,r New Providence or 1.3 per cent from 11.7 in
ijcre. sed c ) h 0 1) of a point or June to 113.2 in July. Princi-
(0 l3 p., -.'It to 109 S in July pal contributors to the increase
!from 10, s ( June. "ere girls' clothing 0.07 of a
Ihe groups that contributed p mint and men'c clothing 0.04
the lirel increases were food ot a point. Boys' clothing,
I.x points or 1.68 per cent ooys' footwear and women's
c ,lo... d footwear 1 5 footwear increased by 0.03 of
points or 1 3 per cent and a point. 0.02 of a point and
other ood- ,nd services 0 4 of 0.01 of a point respectively.
i point r 0 ?5 per cent. Girls' footwear experienced a
The housing, transport and 0.03 of a point decrease.
health and personal care groups The transport index
cont:ibutci 0 2 of a point or increased by 0.7 of a point or
0 19 per cent. 0.7 of a point or 64 per cent from 109.5 in
S4 ,, :.. 4: 04 of' a ." e tJ-l'O.2 in July. The
point or 0.37 per cent main contributors to this
respectively, increase were the cost of a car
Recreation and reading 0.05 of a point, and repairs and
showed a slight decrease of 0.2 maintenance 0.01 of a point.
of a point or 0.17 per cent to The index in July 1972 stood
the index, at 101.1 and increased to
The All Items Index at 110.2 by July 1973, an
109.8 was an increase of 5.9 increase of 9.1 points over the
points over the index of July year.
1072 which stood at 103.9 The health and personal care
The food index advanced index stood at 104.8 in July
1 8 points or 1.68 per cent in 1972 and has increased by 4.7
July from 107.4 in June. This points over a 12-month period
contributedd 0.6 points to the to 109.5. Last month's index
overall index. The items stood at 109.1 and has risen to
according principal price 109.5. an increase of 0.4 of a
changes were cooked foods, point or 0.37 per cent. The
cookies, frozen conch, lamb, principal contributor to the
rouLper, picnic ham, chicken, increase was medicine 0.03 of a
pork, sausage and the seasonal point.
truit basket. The recreation and reading
Ihose items showing a price index fell by 0.2 of a point or
drop were corned beef, sweet 0.17 per cent from last
potatoes, fruit juice and grits. month's index of 116.1 to
rhe housing index increased 115.9. Small increases and
0.2 of a point or 0.19 per cent decreases in a number of items
to 106.9 in July from 106.7 in netted out to this negligible
June. This ircre:ase was due to change, the Statistics report
increases in unfurnished rentals said.
0 05 of a point. bed linen 0.03 The other gds and services
oi a point and washing-up index moved up over last
hquL 0. 01 of a point. month s index by 0.4 of a
DeLeases were in sitting room point or 0.35 per cent from
furniture and insecticides of 112.7 to 113.1. This increase
0 02 of a point each. was mainly due to sweet wines,
Ihe clothing and footwear cigarettes and gin.


Kidnap accused expected to


call 15 defence witnesses
KIDNAPPING ACCUSED Leroy McLean, under
cross-examination in the witness box this morning, continued his
denial of having played a part in the February 15 abduction of
Canadian banker's daughter Andrea Spencer, 4/2, from the home
of her parents at 10 Albacore Drive.


11e pleaded not guilty to
kidnapping, burglary, assault
w ith deadly instruments,
possession of firearms and
atte mupted extortion.
I he charges all arise from
the I cbruary 15 incident when
Freeport Royal Bank of
C( ianada general manager
Robert F. Spencer had his
home broken into after being
assaulted by two armed and
masked men who snatched
\ young Andrea from her
mot her's arms.
McLean and Dames were
arrested by police after a raid
(on their Bahama Terrace
apartment on February 17.



IMPORTED

MIRRORS


OLLY MADSON FEIUNIE
SNASSAU FREEPORT


Mclean, representing
himself in the case, is jointly
charged with police corporal
Spurgeon Dames, represented
by attorney Randol Fawkes.
Already in its third week,
the case is likely to continue
until sometime next week
before Mr. Justice Samuel
Graham.
Solicitor General T. Langton
Ililton this morning put to the
accused McLean that he had
been at the Holiday Inn Hotel
around 7 p.m. on February 16
to make a telephone call to the
Spencer home.
lie also said that McLean
was driving on the Fishing Hole
Road between |light Mile Rock
and Freeport at 1.45 a.m. on
February 17 "to makt a
pick-up of the ransom money."
McLean denied the
accusations
McLean is expected to call
some 15 witnesses to give
evidence on his behalf during
the trial. His cross-
examination is expected to end
sometime tomorrow.


Mr. Outten, elected as the
PLP representative for St.
Barnabas, disclosed on August
3 1 that he was not born in the
Bahamas as he had thought. He
said that several weeks ago his
father had advised him that he
was in fact born at Turks
Island and was brought to this
country when he was four
months old.
Mr. Outten has advised the
Speaker of the House of the
position and it now remains to
be seen how the matter will be
resolved and a representative
'or St. Barnabas established
As a candidate in the
September 1972 general
election, Mr. Outten won his
seat while the 1969
Constitution was still in effect.
Article 37 of this
Constitution specifically states
that a person wishing to be
elected as a representative
must possess "Bahamian
status."
NOT QUALIFIED
On this basis therefore, it
would seem that Mr. Outten
was not qualified to be elected
in the first instance.
liad the issue been raised
within 2 1 days after the writ of
election was returned, as
provided for in the
Representation of the People
Act, it would have easily been
settled on a petition being
submitted to the Election
Court.
Article 79 of the Act
stipulates that an election
petition must be represented
within 21 days after the return
of the writ of election in order
to be considered by the
Election Court.
NOT ELIGIBLE
In the case of Mr. Outten,
his disqualification did not
become known until some nine
months after the election, thus
apparently removing his case
out of the jurisdiction of the
Election Court.
While it might be possible in
certain circumstances to grant
Mr. Outten Bahamian status
and make it retroactive to the
date of the election, it could be
justifiably argued that such a
solution was unconstitutional
in view of the "Bahamian
status" requirement.
The point at issue now, it
would seem, is to determine
the legal mechanics by which
the case can be brought before
a suitable authority in a
position to make a ruling.
English law provides some
guidance, but nothing that fits
this particular situation.
ENGLISH CASES
There have been cases in the
United Kingdom where voters,
aware of certain information
that would disqualify a
candidate, have gone ahead and
TRAFFIC VICTIMS
TWO PEDESTRIANS are
detained at the Princess
Margaret Hospital in fair
condition as a result of
weekend traffic accidents
police said.
Cecil Lowery of Mackey
Street was injured when he was
involved in an accident on Bay
Street at about 11 p.m. Friday
with car NPW 675, reportedly
driven at the time by
Christopher Lamm of West
Street.
Four-year-old Charles
Stirrup of Fowler Street South
was hurt in an accident near his
home at 2 p.m. Saturday. He
was involved in an accident
with car NPG 999 reportedly
driven by Cecil Boyd of Fox
Hill.
There were 19 other minor
accidents over the weekend.


voted for him anyway.
The result has been that the
Courts have disqualified the
disputed candidate and
declared the candidate with the
next highest number of votes
to have been elected
One of the classic cases of
this type is that of Lady
Sandhurst, who, in the latter
part of the nineteenth century,
ran in a municipal election in
England at a time when women
were not eligible to take part.
The court declared the
runner-up-Mr. Beresford Hope
- elected because the voters
knew a woman was not eligible
and chose to waste their votes.
There have also been cases
where the voters had no prior
knowledge of disqualification.
In such instances the British
courts have disqualified the
winning candidate but refused
to seat the second candidate
thereby forcing a new election.
In the matter of the St
Barnabas electorate, it might
well be argued that they had
no prior knowledge of Mr
Outten's disqualification as a
candidate and were therefore
disfranchised through no fault
of their own.
Under tile Rep, stationn ol
the People Act. tile I lectionl
Court also has jurisdiction it ,i
representative vacates his seat
or becomes disqualified since'
his election.
NEVER QUALIFIED)
It is not likely however thaij
this clause could cover Ir[
Outten since, under thce
Constitution, he was never
qualified for election.
Conceivably the Speaker o'
the House can take thl
initiative and ask tihe
Governor-General to issue a
writ of election for a
by-election in the St. Barnaha,
constituency.
Such a writ would hi'
addressed to the returnuir
officer, in which event Mr. I.G.
Stubbs, the defeated F ic
National Movement candidate.
can seek to force a regul.i:
court hearing by asking thir
Supreme Court for
declaration restraining th'
returning officer from
proceeding with an election
Alternately, lie can ask or .1
declaration that the returning
officer is not entitled to holdl
an election because hie (I
Stubbs) was elected on
September 18 by default
Either action would have tilhe
effect of bringing the case
before the courts where its
merits could be argued.
LONG ISLAND C'ASI
Another possibility would
be to allow the election to be
held and then, within 21 dai.s,
for a petition to be submuti.'d
to the Elections Court argurig
that the election was not sil:d
The same thing occurred in
the North End Long Isla d
case when the second election
for the district was set aside hbi
the Election Court and Mr
Cyril Fountain (FNM) declared
to have been elected on the
basis of the first election result
Should this procedure he
followed, it might be a mneu.is
for Mr Stubbs to argue the
fact that he is entitled to the
St. Barnabas seat in the light of
Mr. Outten's disqualification n
from the start.
Otherwise the logical tIing
would seem to be an
a m end m e n t to t h e
Representation of the People
Act to extend the jurisdiction
of the I election Court to
consideration of questions
arising after expiration of the
21-day period following return
of a writ of election.


SINCLAIR OUTTEN IRWIN STUBBS
...Creates dilemma ... can he claim seat?


Court told how Haitian


gas station attendant


was shot and killed
THREE PROSECUTION WITNESSES testified in the trial of
Jamaican Errol Hayden, accused of the murder of Haitian
service-station attendant Emile Pierre during a pre-dawn armed
robbery attempt on January 31, when proceedings opened before
Mr. Justice Maxwell Thompson in the Supreme Court this


morning.
lHayden, represented by
attorney Nicholas Zervos,
pleaded not guilt\ to the
charges, including a third count
of assault with a dangerous
weapon.
The third charge arose from
an incident at the Sombrero
(lub on Baillou Hill Road,
south of the service-station
where the alleged murder took
place, involving Jamaican Vicki
\ alters
Attorney Zervos this
morning objected to the charge
sa ing he considered it a
separate incident and felt it
should have also been heard
separately, not with the murder
and armed robbery charges
FIRE) AT (.IRL
In her opening address,
Crown Counsel Janet Bostwick
said witnesses would come to
say they saw Ilayden approach
Vicki Walters at tile Sombrero
Club and ask for a dance.
which was refused. He "took
out a .38-revolver and then
fired at her feet". she said.
She also told the court that
after this, "the went next door
to the Shell Service Station
where Manuel Pierre was
Manuel had some change on
the cash-register and h ic
demanded to be given thi
money when I mile lPier:,
spotted what was taking plain.
and came to help, she said.
Upon seeing Fimile appro a,
hinm to assist Pierre, M!,
Bostwick said the accused toknt
aim and shot him.
Crown Counsel BostsiL.
prior to producing her thi,,'
witnesses Dr. Agahan, p.c I
Walkine and Sombrero Cliib
bartender Carlton Brisco said
that from the evidence to !be
presented, she was calling i
the jury to conclude that h,
accused is guilty
STAR WIT[NFSS
Also expected to eie
evidence as the prosecute.
star witness is Mr. Donrild
"Speed\ Fra/ier
He had witnessed the wh leI
incident. Mrs. Bost\m ik : ,IJ
the court
Mr Brinscoe testifying ai he
third prosecution ,k ii' ,1LsN
following the evidence t1, e ,'n
from l)r \gahan of ire
Princess Margaret Hospital I ard
police-phiotographer Walkimc.
said lie went to investigate a
noise coming from 1 lite
direction l thile gas station thtl
n eight
I'he noise, which he relC'eIrd
to as a 'shot" w,is mLade ,i!t,' .1
distuirbance took place at ithe
back oft Is club which caNIsed
culstomlers to leave quicklh k rl '
said
At his club, a noise like a
tire exploding or a gun being
fired had been heard. lie \\as at
the front of the club at the
time and when he went to the
dance area at the back, ihe
noticed the crowd seemed
"astonished."
lie later went to the front ofi
the club again, he said i hen
he heard the shot near the gas
station.
"I saw someone running
away in dark clothing from the
gas-station. One of the Haitians
came running toward me from
the gas station. Hlie saIl
something to me," Mr. Bnriscoe
told the court.
MAN LYING DOWN
Mr. Brisco, also an
agriculturist by trade, said he
closed up the Sombrero C('lub
and then went over to the
service-station to see what had
happened.


"I sauw a man lying just
between the door and some
soda crates. I had seen himn
before btl 1 didn't know his
name, "Mr. Brisco said.
Asked to identify the
accused among a collection of
photographs, Mr. Brisco said
the person shown him might be
the victim, but he was not sure.
M r. Brisco said he
remembered seeing Ilayden on
the night of January 31 at the
Sombrero Club along with Mr.
Fra/er and others. lie said that
Ihayden was wearing a
lumber-jacket of some kind,
Mr. I razer also wore one, he
recalled, but said he was unable
to tell which of them wore a
hat.
I'hey had on dark clothing
he said.
Attorney Zervos elicited
from the witness that the
accused and Mr. Frazer are
about the same size in stature
and that Mr. Brisco did not see
the actual shooting.
"Did you see the gun'" Mr.
/ervos asked.
"The gun? That's worse,"
Mr. Brisco said, adding that lie
was also unable to tell v hot
tired it.
IIc also admitted to Mr.
/crvos that he wore
v's e-glasses, but said hlie was
Hiec to see far distance and Iwsas
ear -sighted.
Dr. Agahan told the court he
pronounced Pierre dead oni
arrival at the Princess Margaret
IHospital about 12.05 a.mn. on
I hebruar 1. lDeath had been
,caused b a wound oni the left
side of the chest, he said.


No major (
CONSTRUCTION figures
for New Providence for the
second quarter of thi, year
md iate that the industry.
rlui'dtr the im Inpetius of
draniaticall increased activityt
in the public sector, night have
begun a.1 slow recovers, tiomi the
sluinp it has been in tor ouser
tw.o leaIs. Figures contiinule to
dchInie in 1 report. ho i e'er
Whilic tlie nurimbyer of
building per nits approT cd tol
New I'rovitdence during tit'
ilquarter continued to slide i
comparson with the 'sdJiii
period last year. tl#e value ot
approved projects rose more
than half a million dollars
while number of building
startss during the quarterr was
,ilso dolwn. bill the vitlue was
gain up. b\ well over Si 5
mllnlion.
Bothi te number and thile
\aluc of completions during
the quarter were practically
doubled over those for the
second quarter last year.
As thie number of approvals
and starts was down while the
values were up, it is uncertain
whether the values are due to
larger buildings or simply
higher costs.
According to statistics
released by the Ministry of
Works, there were 343 permits
approved during the second
quarter this year Housing
accounted for 285 approvals,
the commercial and industrial
sector got 49 approvals and
there were nine approvals in
the public (Government)
sector.
There was a total of 352
approvals in the second quarter
of 1972.
TOTAL VALUE
The total value of the
approved permits went from


MULTIPLE STAB WOUNDS IN

CHEST & ABDOMEN, SAY POLICE


Petroleum inspector from


UK is found stabbed


to death in Freeport

By NICKI KELLY
A 38-year-old Englishman employed as a petroleum inspector
at Freeport, was found stabbed to death Friday afternoon after
being reported missing for more than 24 hours.


The body of Clive Crocker,
di employee of the American
E.W. Saybolt and Company.
was discovered by an
unidentified Freeport resident
about 3 p.mn while he was
walking his dog in the King's
Bay area west of the King's Inn
Beach and west of the Xanadu
Hotel
Crocker was lying behind a
pile of sand fully clothed,
with multiple stab wounds in
the chest and abdomen. The
wounds were said to have been
inflicted with a butcher's knife
found lying close by.
According to Freeport
police the dead man was found
to be missing when he failed to
turn up for work on Thursday,
September 6.
LI VD ALONE
Crocker, who lived alone in
an apartment at Caravelle
Beach, had been using a
company car at the time.
His disappearance was not
reported to police immediately
as the company decided to
carry out its own search.
On Friday morning, Mr.
David Jones, Crocker's
immediate superior, located
the missing car a 1972 grey
Ford Cortina at about 9 a.m
near the Dolphin Drive-in
Theatre on Queen's Highway.
Police said the car had two
flat tyres which were shredded


from driving.
The bodv was located Friday
afternoon about three to four
miles away, in an area where
canal dredging was being
carried out.
According to police Crocker
was behind one of the mounds
of sand and not easily spotted
by a casual passer-by.
A police spokesman said
that a group of tourists in a
self-drive car were negotiating a
turn when they saw the body
and called out to a man
walking his dog close by .
FLIES ON BODY
The man also English,
investigated and concluded
from the flies that the body
was that of a dead man.
Police theorise that Crocker
had been dead since Thursday
morning, but are awaiting an
autopsy report from Nassau.
One police source said there
were a number of good leads
He ruled out the possibility that
Crocker's death was racially
inspired.
The dead man had been
employed by Saybolt, an
affiliate of the Bahamas Oil
Refining Company, for about
three years. He was from
Birkenhead, England.
Saybolt is responsible for oil
inspection at BORCO and
employs about four petroleum
inspectors.


IAN ALLEN SUES POLICE


ARCHITECT Ian Allen, who
was scheduled to appear on
charges of assaulting a police
officer and resisting arrest, this
morning filed a counter-charge
against two police officers for
unlawful assault.
The charges against PC 682
Mackey and PC 877 Lotmore
were scheduled to be heard
before Mr. Hercules today but
the case was adjourned by
agreement between the
complainant's attorneys and
the Solicitor General's office.
Mr. Terence Gape of the law
firm of Dupuch and Turnquest,
appearing on Mr. Allen's behalf
this morning, applied to have


the charges scheduled for
hearing before Mr. George
Hannays transferred to the
Chief Magistrate's court so the
two cases could be dealt with
together on September 18, as
they both arose from a July 20
traffic accident.

CHESS AT BALMORAL
CHESS RESUMES to night
at the Halcyon Balmoral Beach
Hotel at 7 p.m., the Bahamas
Chess Association announced.
The second George Menoud
tournament begins on October
I and the annual Bahamas
chess championship on
November 1.


changee in construction



industry slump so far


S7,915,404 last year to
S8,687.883 this year. Housing
was down from $6 12 million
to S5.43 million, and
commercial and industrial
permit values fell from $1.52
million to $1.35 million. But
the value in the public sector
jumped from only $275,000 in
the second quarter of 1972 to
S 1.880,860 in 1973.
The total number of
building starts was down drom
169 last year to 152 this year.
But while the value of
commercial and industrial
starts fell from 5865.150 to
S457,195, housing climbed
from $3.41 million to $4.26
million and public construction
shot up from $226,000 to
$1.56 million for a total value
of starts in the second quarter
this year of $6.28 million,
compared with $4.55 million
last year.
There were 65 buildings
completed during last quarter,
against 38 completions for the
same period last year.
The total value of the
completions was $2.83 this
year, compared with $1.45 last
year. Housing completions
went from only $690,000 to
$1.5 million, commercial and
industrial building completions
rose from $728,150 to $1.32
million, and public building
completions went from zero to
$28,000.
In Freeport, 21 permits were
approved in the second quarter
of this year, down from 27 last
year. No value for the permits
was given.
Building starts dropped from


27 worth $1.03 million to 21
worth $289,190.
Completions fell from seven
last year ($110,121) to three
($60,900) this year.
In the out islands, approvals
numbered 120 worth $31.71
million, there were 73 starts
worth $1.6 million and there
were 28 completions worth
$145,700. No comparative
figures were given for the out
islands.
EARL THOMPSON'S
MOTHER DIES

MRS, LOUISE Thompson,
73, of Infant View Road,
Chippingham, died suddenly at
her home Saturday afternoon.
She is survived by three
sons, Ednal Thompson of
Cleveland, Ohio; Thaddeus
Thompson of Nassau, and Earl
Thompson, M.P. for Ft.
Charlotte, and five daughters,
Mrs. Lugana Taylor, Mrs Hazel
Morgan and Mrs. Beryl Adolph,
all of New York City; Mrs.
Lurlene Dyett of West Palm
Beach Fla. and Mrs. Miriam
Newbold of Blair Estate.
Funeral arrangements have
not yet been finalised.


DUDLEYS S`
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Monday, September 10, 1973.


ALGIERS PARLEY ENDS


NIXON REQUESTS ACTION BY CONGRESS
WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon is submitting a lengthy
document to Congress today. It's a request for the enactment of more than
t 50 bills backed by the administration. In a broadcast speech yesterday, the
President said philosophical differences over how to deal with current
problems should not interfere with action on those bills. But he admitted
the Congressmen face difficult decisions on hills that will help some
while raising the cost of living for all people.
KISSINGER BEFORE SENATE COMMITTEE TODAY
WASHINGTON (AP) Confirmation hearings on Henry Kissinger's
nomination to be Secretary of State continue today at a meeting of the
Senate foreign relations committee. But the committee plans an earlier
meeting with Attorney General Elliot Richardson and former FI-B-I chief
William Ruchelshaus. Richardson agreed to meet with the committee to
discuss Kissinger's role in the placing of wiretaps on government officials
and newsmen in 1969 and 1970.
CEILING ON BEEF PRICES LIFTED
CHICAGO (AP) Ceiling prices on beef were lifted at midnight, but
experts say they can't predict what will happen to prices. A beef shortage
developed because cattlemen were unwilling to market their product at
ceiling prices. But now there's a possibility that an excessive surplus could
develop, and prices could go down
BOMBS ROCK LONDON RAILWAY STATION
LONDON (AP) A bomb has exploded in London's Victoria Station
bringing down the ceiling of the booking office and shattering many
windows 1 he station had been cleared only minutes before.
Scotland aird says four persons were admitted to a nearby hospital, two
suffering head injuries, two with shock
Police said a booking office clerk had spotted the bomb in an abandoned
shopping bag and gave the alarm. Hundreds of travellers were cleared from
the station, and three minutes later the bomb went off. Police said there
also had been a telephoned warning. (*SEE STORIES THIS PAGE)
ARAB GUNMEN SURRENDER IN KUWAIT
KUWAIT (AP) lFive Arab gunmen who'd been holding four other
Arabs hostage have surrendered to authorities in Kuwait after a show of
force by Kuwait authorities. They surrendered after their hijacked airliner
was surrounded at Kuwait airport by 100 armed police and armoure cars.
Kuwait authorities had threatened to storm the plane and shoot it out.
The hostages had been seized in Paris four days ago and flown to the
Middle East country in a plane demanded by the hijackers. Saturday, the
gunmen surrendered quietly and were whisked awaby y car. There was no
immediate word on whether they 'd be allowed to leave Kuwait as they
demanded
MOST CANADIAN RAIL MEN BACK AT WORK
TORONTO (AP) Rail traffic is moving this morning in Canada as all
but one thousand of the 56 thousand railway workers have returned to
their jobs. The workers in Vancouver who still are defying a week-old
Parliamentary back-to work order have asked other labour organizations to
support their right to strike. A spokesman for the labour minister said
yesterday that the government expects to take legal action against the
striking employes.
IRA BOMBERS TRIAL BEGINS TODAY
WIN'II' STER, ENGIANDI (AP) len persons go on trial today in
Winchester. England for allegedly plotting bomb explosions in London last
March. The trial of the seven men and three women all from Northern
Ireland will proceed with strict security precautions in effect.
In Northern Ireland, meanwhile, a hunt is under way for the murderer of
ten sear old Brian Mcdermott. The child who had been missing for one
week was found mutilated in a sack in the Lagan River at Belfast. There
is nothing to link the gruesome killing to the tour year-old communal
warfare between Northern Ireland s Protestants and Roman Catholics.
WILL ATT. GEN. PROVIDE WIRETAP INFORMATION?
WASHINGTON (AP) Senate democratic leader Mike Mansfield says
he thinks Atty. Gen. I lliot L. Richardson will provide the wiretap
information sought in connection with the Senate foreign relations
committee's consideration iof Henry A Kissinger as Secretary of State.
Richardson meets with the committee Monday The committee is seeking a
report on taps reportedly made on 13 government officials, including aides
to Kissinger, and four newsmen.,
MUSSELS SUSPECTED IN CHOLERA DEATH
ROME. SEPT. 8 (AP) An 8 month-old girl. daughter of a shellfish
dealer, died at her home near Naples today of suspected cholera.
Doctors said the infant's father was hospitalized Tuesday with cholera.
An autopsy was ordered to determine the exact cause of the girl's death.
If definitely linked to cholera, it would be the 22nd death in Italy since
the outbreak was first detected in Naples two weeks ago. There have been
three cholera deaths in Naples, seven in the Bari area on the Adriatic coast
and one in Rome.
Most of the deaths have been linked to shellfish, particularly mussels, a
popular food in Southern Italy. They are generally eaten raw despite
repeated warnings that the Gulf of Naples and other sites of mussel beds
were heavily polluted.
In Rome, the health ministry called the death of the girl "painful news"
and urged local doctors and health boards to increase their effort to
identify cholera cases
Generally the cholera situation was improved across the country.
Medical officials in Bari said the recovery rate wsas improving and that a
number of patients hospitalized with cholera would probably be released
next week.
Authorities in Rome said the demand for anit-cholera vaccinations in the
capital hand decreased for the first time since the epidemic broke out in
the country.
SKYLAB PHOTOGRAPHS DROUGHT AREAS
SPACE CENTER, HOUSfON (AP) Skylab 2's astronauts Monday
photographed six African nations ravaged by drought, hoping the pictures
will help alleviate such conditions in the future.
Alan L. Bean, l)r. Owen K Garriott and Jack R. Lousma wakened an
hour earlier than normal to snap the pictures in a pass just south of the
Sahara.
Countries photographed were Mali., Senegal, Mauritania. Niger. Upper
Volta and Chad
A mission control spokesman said these nations have been hit hard by
drought conditions in the last four or five years, threatening millions of
people with famine or disease.
"It is hoped the high resolution photographs from Skslab will
contribute to the reduction of such famine in the future by identifying
water and mineral resources and the pattern of vegetation," the spokesman
said.
After more than seven weeks in space, the Skylab 2 astronauts were
reported in good health
Sunday was to have been an off da\ but the space travellers requested a
full slate of activities, allowing spare time only to take their weekly
showers. They did the same on their five earlier off days

SKYLAB ASTRONAUTS IN 'GREAT HEALTH'
SPA 'E ('ENTER. (HOUSI ON, SEPT. 10 (AP) After more than seven
weeks 'In space, the Sky lab 2 astronauts are in great health and have an
insatiable appetite bor work
Sunday was to hae been a. day off. but the astronauts requested a full
slate of activities
Alan L. Bean. I)r Owen K Garriott and Jack R. I.ousma did the same
thing on their five previous "off days"
The flight schedule for today, the 45th in the 59 day mission, is similar
to that of the past several days 12 hours of earth resources, solar
astronomy, scientific and medical experiments.
Asked to evaluate crew performance, flight director Don Puddy said
"They've shown excellent spirit Their cooperation has been tremendous.
There has been superb interplay between the crews and the ground that has
helped make the Skylab operation better."



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Non-aligned summit STATIONS BOMBED, Arab gunmen give
ONE KILLED


slams 'colonial


domination' by US

By Fenton Wheeler
ALGIERS (AP) Cbile, Peru, Argentina and Panama left the
non-aligned summit conference Monday with the moral support
of 72 "brother" countries to continue the fight against "colonial
domination" by the United States.


There was also a prospect of
some cash to carry forth the
battle.
In a final political
declaration before the summit
ended its five-day avalanche of
verbiage Sunday, the
conference members also
demanded independence for
Puerto Rico, Panamanian
sovereignty of the U.S. Canal


sovereignty of its Canal Zone."
Peru's proposal for the
establishment of 200-mile
territorial sea sovereignty won
watered down approval. The
summit said countries
concerned should get together
a strong position ahead of the
Conference on the Sea at
Santiago, Chile in 1974.


Zone and the surrendering to SEA RIGHTS
Cuba of the U.S. navy base at Peru had asked that
Guantanamo. landlocked countries be
Brazil came under fire from included in its sea rights
Cuba's Fidel Castro and proposal. Bolivia brought up
answered back in kind. It also up the issue before the summit
escaped having protests led by and offered to negotiate a sea
Argentina over the proposed passage for itself with Chile, a
Sete Quedas dam on the new chapter in an old
Brazilian-Paraguayan border controversy.
show up in final conference Argentina accepted the
statements. Peruvian proposal in principle
But the most significant but with the reservation that
Latin-sponsored proposal was the 200 mile limit be extended
the conference decision to set in its case since its sea platform
up "a development and extends beyond that distance.
solidarity fund" for Argentina's claim to the
non-aligned members. This was Falkland Islands was
proposed by Chile and mentioned by colleagues but
Jamaica. the matter was not included in
Chile was saluted for "its the final statement by the
struggle to consolidate conference.
independence and build a new Puerto Rico was the only
society to confront the non-government delegation in
combined aggression of the Latin group. But the
reaction and imperialists." summit gave it the same
The conference supported recognition as African
the military government of liberation movements.
Peru for "its struggle to "The conference sustains the
safeguard national sovereignty, struggle of the Puerto Rican
reclaim the resources of the people for Independence
country and transform its from the U.S." the statement
economic and social said.
structures." Earlier Saturday the
PERON PRAISED conference bogged down in
Argentina was encouraged backstage squabbles Saturday
for "carrying out the fight for and postponed its scheduled
authentic independence and closing session by 24 hours.
social progress" under the Until the surrender of the
return of former strongman Palestinian guerrillas at Kuwait
Juan D. Peron. Airport late in the day, the
Peron was among three key Arab chiefs of state remained
Latin leaders not attending the preoccupied by the threat to
summit. He begged off because the lives of the Saudi Arabian
of presidential elections he hostages.
expects to win later this Yasser Arafat, President of
month. the Palestine Liberation
Chilean President Salvador Organization, repeatedly
Allende, in a political and disowned the Palestinians
economic crisis at home, was whose abortive attempt to free
praised in his absence by guerrilla leader Abu Daoud
dozens of speakers from Asia, from a Jordanian prison
Africa and his own continent. overshadowed the summit
The villian was always the from its first day Wednesday.
United States. A source close to Arafat said
Mexican President Luis the guerrilla movement will call
Echeverria sent the summit his on the Kuwait authorities to
regrets because of having to hand over the Palestinians for
attend to duties at home. trial and punishment. As the
Gen. Omar Torrijos, Kuwait drama unfolded. Emir
Panama's President flew in just Sabah of Kuwait remained in
before the close of the summit, continuous consultation with
bulwarking point No. 57 of the King Feisal of Saudi Arabia
conference's declaration: and other Arab leaders.
"The conference applauds Delegation sources said the
the government of the people Arab leaders decided against
of Panama that seeks any attempt to overpower the
Palestinians by force, for fear
Jamaica & Guyana of disrupting the tinal stages of
the summit.
DISAGREEMENT
otfer 'freedom fighters' DISAGREEMENT
Offer If reeo0mfig terS There was widespread
R disagreement in closed
against Rhodesia & committee sessions on some of
the scores of resolutions to be
Portu tuese in Africa adopted by the chiefs of state
Portir N in A11 I at their final meeting Sunday.
ALIGERS (AP) Jamaica The Commonwealth
and Guyana offered today to countries remained almost
send "volunteer freedom unanimously opposed to an
fighters" to battle against the Algerian proposal for the
Rhodesian government and the establishment of a permanent
Portuguese government in its organization of non-aligned
African territories of countries.
Mozambique, Angola and Indonesia and some other
Portuguese Guinea. Asian countries rejected a
Prime Minister Michael personal request from
Manley, speaking for both Boudmeienne to recognize
Jamaica and Guyana at the Cambodia's exiled Prince
non-aligned sum mit Norodom Sihanouk as chief of
conference, called on other state.
members of the Third World Cuba and some other far-left
meeting also to offer "specific delegations objected to
acts" to show faith in the wording in some resolutions
conference's aims. equally critical of the western
"We are willing to offer to powers and the Soviet Union.
the organization of African Libya strongly backed such
Unity (OAU) whenever it feels wording, while Egypt often
it is ready to train volunteers joined Cuba in opposing it.
to raise those volunteers and Libya's President Moammar
transport them to Africa," Khadafy, who challenged the
Manley said. presence of Cuba's Premier
Manley, announcing he also Fidel Castro Friday because, he.
was speaking for Prime said, Cuba was "culturally
Minister Forbes Burnham of colonized" by the Soviet
Guyana, was applauded and Union, was the only chief of
embraced by Cuban leader state to remain absent from a
Fidel Castro. state banquet given for all the
Manley earlier criticized the leaders Friday night by
conference for spouting Algeria's President Houari
"clouds of rhetoric of the Boumedienne, the summit


obvious" in talking about
African liberation movements.
The question, he said, "is what
are we prepared to do?"
He noted that Jamaica
already had sent financial aid
to African liberation groups
and boycotted trade with
Portugal.
"We are for volunteers for
the freedom fighters if they
can be used "


chairman.
Khadafy and Castro
continued their squabble
through their representatives in
the committee sessions, in-
formants said.
The political committee
nonetheless reached agreement
on the draft final declaration
of the summit to be issued
Sunday.


LONDON (AP) Bombs
exploded at two London
railway stations Monday killing
one person and injuring at least
six others, police reported.
Bomb scares were reported
at two other rail terminals
here.
The blasts and the warnings
all came around noon.
Police said the largest bomb
came at Euston Station, a main
London terminal for trains
from the north of England and
Scotland. Boat trains from
Ireland go via Liverpool to
Euston.
Three minutes' warning was
given there.
A man with an Irish accent
called the Press Association,
the British domestic news
agency, and said "there is a
bomb in the Euston Station
snack bar due to go off any
minute."
Police had no time to clear
the station. One man was killed
there and several others were
injured. First reports said the
dead man was Chinese.
A bomb exploded in the
doorway of a shop in Sutton
Coldfield in the English
Midlands late Sunday, turning
the store into an inferno and
seriously damaging buildings.
Police said a man, believed
to have leaped 15 feet from a
first floor window before tie
bomb went off, suffered a
suspected broken leg and
fractured skull.
A police spokesman said
that two minutes before the
blast a man with an Irish
accent telephoned a warning to
a police station in the centre of
nearby Birmingham, England's
second city.
The caller was reported to
have said: "This is the
persuaders. There is a bomb
due to go off in five minutes
time in Queen Street, Sutton
Coldfield."
Detectives said it was a high
explosive device similar in size
to those which recently
damaged a bank and mortgage
company offices in Solihull.
also near Birmingham.
Chief superintendent James
Loughran said he was "keeping
an open mind" on whether the
Irish Republican Army
fighting to oust Britain from
Northern Ireland was
involved.
The Sutton Coldfield blast
followed by 24 hours bomb
explosions at London's
Victoria railroad station, where
five persons were wounded,
and at three shops in the centre
of Manchester one of
Northern England's biggest
cities.
Some 40 fire bombs, letter
bombs and other explosive
devices have gone off or been
disarmed in London and other
parts of England in the past
month in a wave of terror
widely attributed to Irish
extremists. London police have
blamed the IRA.


up, & Kuwait to


decide their fate

KUWAIT (AP) Kuwait will investigate five Arab gunmen
before deciding whether to try them for threatening to kill
hostages in their four-day, three-continent attempt to free an
imprisoned Palestinian guerrilla leader.


The Kuwait defense and
interior minister, Sheik Saad
Abdullah El Salem, made the
announcement Sunday evening
after a four-hour Cabinet
meeting.
The Kuwaiti Cabinet
deliberated the gunmen's fate a
day after they surrendered at
Kuwait Airport and released
their four Saudi Arabian
hostages unharmed.
The hostages had been taken
captive in Paris on Wednesday
when the gunmen invaded the
Saudi embassy there. In
airliners put at their disposal
under threat of death of the
hostages, the gunmen flew to
Cairo, Kuwait over Saudi
Arabia and back to Kuwait, a
sheikdom on the Persian Gulf.
Throughout the drama, they
issued erratic threats to kill the
hostages unless King Hussein of
Jordan released guerrilla chief
Abu Daoud. Daoud was failed
for life after Hussein
commuted his death sentence
handed down on charges of
trying to overthrow the royal
Jordanian government.
Saad told newsmen after the
Cabinet meeting that the
investigation of the gunmen
will establish "their identity,
nationality and the
masterminds, if any, behind
this operation."
lie added that Kuwait will
handle the investigation alone,
saying they had not received
any extradition requests from
Saudi Arabia or the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
CRIMINALS
The Palestinian Liberation
Organization, the umbrella
body for recognized Palestinian
guerrilla groups, has denounced
the gunmen as criminals trying
to undermine the resistance
movement. It had indicated
earlier that it would like to
have the gunmen turned over
to its authorities for
punishment.
The main reason for
Palestinian anger at the
gunmen is that they victimized
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, both
major financial backers of the
guerrilla movement,
Saad said he believed the
IPalest inian Liberation
Organization assurances that
the gunmen were not true
guerrillas and said the affair
would "have no adverse effect
on the good relations between
Kuwait and the guerrilla
Imiove ment.'"
Little is known about the
gunmen so far. All are in their
gunmen 'insist they belong to


Nixon outlines 8-point ei


programme to meet US n
WASHINGTON (AP) increasing supplies
Declaring that the United oil.
States cannot, "be at the
mercy of," Middle East oil
producers, U.S. President
Richard M. Nixon outlined
Saturday an eight-point
programme aimed at meeting C Om
American energy needs. ,
In his remarks, Nixon took
no questions, the President said
the United States would prefer
to continue importing oil from A
the Middle East, Venezuela and
Canada, but declared that "no
industrial nation can be at the
mercy of any other country"
for its energy sources.
Hie added that the United /
States will continue discussions
with Middle East oil producers DEP
with the objective of insuring MC
no interruption of petroleum
imports from that region. YOL
If his programme is
implemented, Nixon said, the
United States "in a very few Maytaj
years" should be able to rely dishwa
on its own resources "so no dishes
other nation ... can cut off our with
energy. Only 1I
The four pending iy
administration bills on which size sl
Nixon seeks action in the that gi
months just ahead would: cleaning
Permit construction of the usually
Alaska pipeline. usually
Open the way for item
development of deep water family
ports to receive oil from The i
abroad, makes
Deregulate the price of increase
natural gas at the wellhead.
Authorize strip mining of
vast coal resources, mainly in
the Western states.
Nixon said four other steps
would be taken administra- TAY
tively and would not require
congressional action: TAT
-Relax sulphur emission
standards imposed on
industrial plants as a means of


Al Icab and nothing mor"."'
HOSTAGI S
The hostages flew home to
Saudi Arabia on Sunday
aboard a special Saudi Airlines
jet. Ttic gunmen are being
questioned by Kuwaiti
interrogators at an army base.
Saudi Arabia broadcast
messages of gratitude to
Kuwait, expressing admiration
for the "wise and steady
handling of the painful affair
climaxed by the rescue of the
hostages unharmed."
The five obviously
exhausted Arab gunmen,
unnerved by a heavy show of
force by Kuwait authorities,
surrendered Saturday evening,
ending a four-day international
dram a.
With their hands over their
heads, the gunmen and their
Saudi hostages all looking
tired and drawn quietly walked
down from the Kuwait Arilines
Boeing 707 jetliner where they
had been holed up after police
surrounded the aircraft and
threatened to storm it with
guns blazing.
The hostages, all Saudi
diplomats based in Paris, and
the gunmen, who left their
arms and hand grenades on the
plane, were quickly tied with
leather thongs and whisked off
to a military camp at the
airport where their identities
were determined by Kuwati
authorities.
In a brief meeting officials
separated the gunmen from the
hostages and placed the
gunmen under detention for
the night.
The hostages, who all
appeared to be healthy, were
taken to a government rest
house where they were put up
for the night as guests of the
government.


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TRIAL BEGINS
NEW YORK (AP) A panel
of 1,500 prospective jurors, the
largest in the memory of
officials at the U.S. District
court here, has been
summoned for the scheduled
opening Tuesday of the
conspiracy trial of John N.
Mitchell and Maurice H. Stans.
Federal judge Lee P.
Gagliardi requested the large
panel because, he said,
publicity stemming from the
former Cabinet officers'
indictment here and their
subsequent testimony before
the Senate Watergate
Committee in Washington may
have prejudiced potential
jurors.
The search for 12 jurors is
expected to take anywhere
from three days to a week,
perhaps even longer. Usually a
federal court jury is chosen in a
matter of hours.
In ordinary cases, the
number of potential jurors
called to serve varies from 40
in an unpublicized case to
perhaps 100 or 150 in a
publicized case, court officials
say.
Mitchell. former U.S.
Attorney General and
chairman of the Committee to
Re-elect the President, and
Stans. former Commerce
Secretary and Finanace
director of the campaign, were
indicted by a federal grand jury
last May. They were accused of
obstructing a major fraud
investigation of Robert L.
Vesco, a financier and now a
fugitive in the case, in
exchange for his secret
$200,000 cash contributions to
the Nixon campaign in 1972.
Throughout four months of
pretrial motions and hearings,
de fense attorneys
unsuccessfully sought dismissal
of the 16-count indictment on
grounds that publicity
accompanying the Vesco case
and Senate Watergate hearings
precluded a fair trial by 12
impartial jurors.
And despite the
preparations, some uncertainty
still remains as to when
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Monday, September 10. 1973.


..h. bp tribune
NULL1uS ADDICTS JURABE IN VERBA MAGCIS'T
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.

EDITORIAL

Business in the Bahamas


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the third article I am writing, on a speech on business
and economic growth made by Anthony Thompson, manager of
the Bahamas Monetary Authority, at the ninth conference of the
Caribbean Federation of Mental Health.)

I FIND I hnve not said anything about Mr. Thompson's
reference in his speech to bank loans when he urged bank
managers to look with kinder eyes on small businesses.
A bank is a business. It is the duty of a bank manager to make
reasonably sure when he lends the bank's money that the
borrower is likely to be in a position to honour the loan.
I remember in my early days in The Tribune that the bank
wouldn't lend me five pounds sterling without the endorsement
of a solid business man in the city.
The time came when a banker had enough confidence in me to
lend me a thousand pounds and I got the business on a sound
footing.
I was surprised one day many years later sitting next to a
banker at a Rotary luncheon when he remarked that The
Tribune was a wonderful newspaper but that it was badly printed.
"Why don't you put in modern equipment?" he asked. "You
would have a good business if the paper were better presented."
"It would cost a hundred thousand pounds," I told him, "and I
don't have that kind of money."
"M\ bank will lend it to you," he offered.
I looked at him to see if he was joking. He wasn't. That was
when we erected our present building and installed the latest
offset equipment.
Today banks beg us to use their money. Fortunately we don't
need it any more.
What we need now is competent staff to hold together what we
have . and to make further expansion possible so that we may
employ and train more local staff.
Banks will lend money to any business man who can produce
evidence that his operation is solvent . .or that it has good
prospects of being a viable enterprise.

Now I will tell you a few more success stories based on my
own knowledge of the people concerned.
Fifteen years ago my eldest son Etienne Jr. struck out on his
own. lie wanted to do big things. He felt I was moving too slowly
in The Tribune to suit him.
He knew from the start what he needed for success. He had
.....married a woman with a fine brain. This was a good start. He then
--ought the finest machinery on the market and he surrounded
himself with able people.
When I was in the Cayman Islands a few weeks ago I met a man
he had brought to Nassau to work for him.
"I couldn't work for your son," he told me, "he was too
tough. lie knew what he wanted and he didn't stop until he got
it. I'll give him credit for one thing, he brought some able men to
"'Nassau. liHe hired only the best and paid for it. "
It may not be generally known, but Etienne Jr. has made a
remarkable success of his business because both he and his wife
are gifted people . and they have surrounded themselves with
men and women who are capable of carrying out their plans.
It is all to their credit because they have done it on their own.

Let us get back to the big U.S. again.
America has gifted journalists by the thousands. But two men
who worked on The Tribune and left because of Immigration
restrictions have moved into big jobs in the U.S.
John Marquis went back to England when he left Nassau but I
am told that he was recently "discovered" by a major newspaper
organization in the U.S. and has been hired at a fabulous salary.
This man couldn't stay in Nassau where real talent is needed to
train our people but the great big U.S. feels the need for his
services!
Bernard Murphy, perhaps the finest journalist ever brought to
the Bahamas, was driven out by Immigration. Mr. Murphy, who
was both journalist and business man, turned our Grand Bahama
operation from a losing game into a highly profitable business.
After leaving the Bahaamas, Mr. Murphy secured a big position
in Texas where he is doing a remarkable job.
Another Englishman . rejected by the Bahamas . finds a
big place in the great U.S.!
When the government turned down Mr. Murphy's work permit
we wrote Immigration and asked for permission to bring a man in-
to train staff. We wanted Mr. Murphy in Nassau to train
Bahalmian staff.
That letter was never answered!

People keep asking me what 1 think about the future prospects
of the Bahamas.
And 1 say that the Bahamas has no future because it will


stagnate . and go into decay .. if business people are obliged
to put untrained people in top executive positions.
It's just as simple as that!

FOOTNOTES TO HISTORY: Applications for new passports
must ;ow be submitted to Attorney General Paul Adderley
through the Passport Office.
Mr. Adderley is requiring all applicants for passports to supply
a birth or baptismal certificate as proof that they were born in
the Bahamas.
There is another reason for this requirement. The Department
is now compiling a "Book of Life" containing information about
persons to whom passports are issued. This book will be valuable
in the future as a reference source.
But there is a problem. Until recent years records of births,
marriages, and deaths were not carefully kept. Even in the case of
one of my daughters her name was never recorded at the
Registry. When we wanted a birth certificate for her we had to
have friends of the family to make a declaration before a Notary
Public to the effect that they knew that this child was born in
Nassau and that my wife and I were her parents.
This omission was not the result of any neglect on our part. A
recording officer took the information from us and just didn't
take time to hand it in at the Registry.
I don't know what system is used today but in the "old days"
officers for recording births, marriages and deaths were appointed
by the government and they were paid a small fee I think it was
a shilling for every birth, marriage and death reported.
I knew one of these men. He came from a good family and had
a good reputation as an honest man but he was almost too lazy to


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THERE WERE many infant deaths due to whooping cough, lock-jaw and other illnesses before
the establishment of the Agnes Hardecker Clinic and the preventative care that it provided, a
professor of Georgetown University, Maryland, said Friday night at a banquet to honour Dr. Julie
Wershing.
Dr. Wershing, a resident children".
pediatrician at the Agnes Bishop Leonard Hagert
Hardecker Laboratory and spoke on behalf of the Catholi
Children's Clinic for the past q Church and paid tribute to Dr
10 years, was honoured at a Julie whom he referred to a
testimonial dinner at the ". this "wonderful gracious lady'
Polaris Hall of the Holiday Inn ,i e spoke of the purpose o
Paradise Island. The dinner was -.. the Agnes Hardecke
sponsored by the Hardecker I' Laboratory and Children
Clinic Association.
Speaking in praise of Dr. Clinic which was a dual one
Wershing was Dr. Fred byre co o *a i pn preventative medicine an
who, with his wife, also a treatment. Hie called attention
doctor, spent his honeymoon to thet good fortune of th
in the Bahamas, and has given a Bahamas to get Dr. Julie her
voluntary service to the clinic frst place. she
Dr. Burke said that now, du then a professor of pediatric
to preventive medicine, most DR. JULIE WERSHING at a medical school and w
of what were formerly centered his speech on the p"sure that the persuasi
common children's diseases in subject of gratitude. He powers cf Dr. Fred Burke" w
the Bahamas had been referred to Tony Seymour's responsible for hercoming hen
eliminated. song: "You don't know what Dr Julie then stayed for te
Mr. Carl Bethel of Radio you've got 'til you lose it" and Jule tn stayd for t
aresie.
Bahamas, whose wife Mrs. Olga expressed gratification that the The Bishop also paid atribu
Bethel is the current President ''"many Bahamians here to Agnhe ilardecker wibu
of the Association, was M.C. tonight realize what a good helped in the verybeginnin
for the evening. thing we have in Dr. Julie". He own university
The programme of said that "even the Gods' Washington, D.C., by sendir
entertainment consisted of two hearts are lifted by tokens of about seven medical student
olos by Mrs. Verna Alcott gratitude and claimed that each year for some weeks "
"Without a Song" and "People "respectable percentage of us ecm yan help us": to D
who Need People". (Bah arians) remember Bruke and help us wife also
Mrs. Paula Mitchell, who is kindness, doctor, who spent hi
the mother of seven children, Mr. Mackey referred to Dr. honeyoon in the Bahamas 2
paid tribute to Dr. Julie, on Julie as "one who has come honyears ago, and who provide
behalf of the mothers whose among us and made a uchr assistance in raisin
children have been treated by contribution and in so doing fundsc assistant getting doctors an
and cared for by Dr. Julie. She has planted her footprints in to the Nurs and ing Sisters ofant
spoke of how Dr. Julie had the sands of time". Sick, PooNursng ters of t
taught them better health Mr. Mackey said that two lHe further remembered D
habits and how "the girls things threatened the future of Maria Bachermn and said th
become prejudiced they the Bahamas: selfishness and "she spent herself as a tri
don't want a male doctor to ingratitude. He expressed hope mi ssion ,arydo ctor".s
examine them". She further that "tonight shows we have ie thanked Mrs. Carl Bethe
spoke of the "marvellous conquered these two enemies president of the hardecke
rapport with the staff" that Dr. of selfishness and ingratitude". Clinic Association, and aeck
Julie has called attention to the The M.P. for St. Michael's lncthose associated with it.and a
fact that Dr. Julie's first referred to Dr. Julie as a those Bassociated with it.
patient in the Bahamas, "devoted, Christian-minded congratulated r.op aGeor
Bernard Clarke, aged now ten person". He was a parent, cngkratulatedy on "his splendid t alk
years, was present among the whose two daughters and said that "we particular
diners paying tribute to their benefitted from the "tender at Our Lady's School ha
doctor. loving care" of Dr. Julie who reason to be thankful to hi
Mr. George Mackey, M.P. for "cared for this country's reaso to be thankful to hi
the St. Michael's constituency, greatest asset little Bahamian f- 11. 'i i gcius w .;


breathe. When he needed a few shillings he became very active.
He went around looking for cases to report. In those days parents
didn't look for this officer because this was before the days of
immigration restrictions and the need for passports. No one ever
needed a birth certificate.
Parents were unconcerned. If this man didn't need monev a
birth, a marriage or a death just passed unnoticed and
unrecorded.
And so it may be difficult for many people who were born in
the Bahamas to produce a birth certificate.
In the case of people in my age bracket, for example, it might
be impossible to find anyone to testify to the fact of their birth. I
can't think of a single friend of my parents alive today who could
truthfully testify to my birth.
Some people may even find it difficult to produce a baptismal
certificate because baptismal records were not carefully kept and
in some cases, especially in the Out Islands, any records that
might have been kept were probably destroyed by fire or
hurricane.

During the last few days I have been writing about money,
banks, and business enterprises.
The Bahamian people are very conscious of nitoney today. The
situation here reminds me of a statement made by a woman ait
the Senate hearings in Washington on the Watergate affair. She
maintained that bribery and corruption had become a way of life
in the U.S. and added: "You know, we Americans are a greedy
people."
I feel that this description might justifiably be applied to many
people in the Bahamas today.
I was talking with an investor about a year after the PLP got
control of the government.
"I thought the old boys were bad," he said, "but these new
boys are really hungry."
There are a lot of things in life that are far more important
than money . health, for example .
There was a time when I used to worry myself sick about the
turn of events in the Bahamas when despite all warnings I
saw kmy Bahamian people riding merrily on a train with a one-way
ticket to hell.
I could understand how Churchill must have felt when he
wrote his lament about the decay of his beloved island home and
his British people.
Election day September 19th last year was a day of
decision for me. When I left the Bahamas I completely divorced
my mind from whatever might happen here. I decided that I
could continue to do my job honestly and fearlessly in this
column as long as it was necessary but that I would cease to have
any feeling about anything that happened here.
I have succeeded in carrying out this resolution and it has had a
remarkable effect on my health. In some respects I seem to be
turning the hand of the clock backwards.
For most of my life I have needed glasses for reading. About
five years ago I became alanned when I began to see spots and
black circles dancing out in front of my eyes.
I consulted an eye specialist. He told me that this was evidence
of aging. Nothing could be done about it.
During the last few months these spots and dark circles have
disappeared completely now if my glasses are not handy I
can manage without them.
Remember . "tis the mind that makes the body rich" Health
is far more important than money in the bank.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
You can dissolve everything in the world, even a great fortune,
into atoms. And the fundamental principles which govern the
handling of postage stamps and of millions of dollars are exactly
the same.
They are the common law of business, and the whole practice
of commerce is founded on them.
They are so simple that a fool can learn them; so hard that ?
lazy man won't.
-MAETERLINCK.


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turningg to 1Dr. Julie again
ihe referred to her as "an
inspiration to all of us".
Dr. Burke spoke after gifted
Bahamian comedienne and
teacher, Mrs. Pandora Gibson.
After the comedy And Carl
Bethel's introductory remarks
l)r. Burke admitted that he had
"never got the Bahamian sand
out of his feet". His wife, he
explained, was not with him
she was awaiting birth of their
second grandchild and he
"doesn't feel old enough to he
sleeping with a grandmother"
Moral and human values
demand high standards of
health, he said. The initial
objective of the Hardecker
clinic was pediatric
preventative care.
He spoke of the importance
of nutrition, hygiene and
medical care on a year-round
basis and said that he believes
that Jesus's dictum "Suffer
little children to come unto
me" is a practical message.
Funds for the liardec,'cr
Clinic, he explained, are raised
both in Nassau and the Iuited
States.
D)r. Burke referred to Dr.
Julie as "the central heart of
the clinic". He said that she
had received an award as the
most outstanding pediatrician
of the year in the U.S. and that
there are many prastisimg
pediatricians today who are
carrying out what they learned
from Dr. Julie.
Mrs. Constance Joseph made
the presentations and Dr.
Julie's first patient in the
Bahamas, Master Bernard
Clarke, was also on stage.
In her response Dr. Julie
expressed her surprise that this
was for her. She said that she
had been led to believe that
this was a birthday part\ for
the clinic and that is hoA she
still regarded it. She paid
tribute to Dr. Burke. \Mrs.
Rosemary Moxey and an,,
others.
The programme was
concluded by a vote of thanks
by Mrs. Olga Bethel, current
president of the Hardecker
Association.



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SEPTEMBER 1Oth. the 253rd da,
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"poor Dad." No man can be pushed around unless he
surrenders his manhood. If you could convert some of your
wishbone to "poor Dad's" backbone, you'd both have it
made.
DEAR ABBY: I went to a charity luncheon as a guest
of a friend of mine. One of the door prizes was a trip to
Hawaii. I won it.
Afterwards, one of the women came up to me and
congratulated me and she said, "I hope the organization
can expect a nice donation from you."
To tell you the truth, I hadn't even considered such a
thing. I don't want to appear cheap. Should I send in the
price of a luncheon ticket for a donation?
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DEAR HANDS: It would be a nice gesture. [P. S. Why
not be a sport and make it a little more than just the price
of the luncheon?
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woman, who appeared to be about 60, came in grumbling
about her "old age."
The druggist, a good friend of mine, pointed to me, and
said: "This old gent is 87, and he seems to be doing all
right."
The woman asked me how I did it, and I replied: "I
don't smoke or drink, I attend church regularly and never
fool around with more than one woman at a time."
She looked me in the eye, and asked: "Mister, what do
you do for fun?"
I told her that I wandered thru graveyards and copied
unusual inscriptions from the tombstones. It's true, but I'm
sure she didn't believe me. L. L., MORAVIA, N. Y.
DEAR ABBY: I recently graduated from high school
and thought this problem would be over, but I was wrong.
You see, my mother was never married, and she has
never discussed the reason with me. In school when we had
to fill out forms, where it had, "Father's name" I always
made one up because I was too ashamed to leave it blank.
Now I have the same problem again when I apply for a
job.
There are other places where father's name is asked,
too; hospital admissions, and insurance forms, to name a
few.
What do I say when someone hands a form back to me
and says, "You forgot to fill in your father's name?"
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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS8-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV TELEPHONE 21986 EXT, 5


REAL ESTATE


C11143
BLAIR ESTATE LOT FOR
SALE Albany Street 100' by
200'. Phone day 2-3041. Night
3-2553.

C11137
FURNISHED two bedroom
apartment Carefree Cable
Beach, airconditioned. Private
beach, pool and telephone
Phone 31190.

C11128
LARGE LOTS and no interest
charges. Includes private lake
and beach rights. All utilities
underground. $75 deposit,
from $80 month. Compare
price with subdivisions that
charge interest Tremendous
savings Call Pat Rutherford at
4-1141 or Morley & O'Brien at
2-3027 or come to the
Yamactaw Model Home.

C 11161
FOR SALE BY OWNER
4 bedroom 2 bath house
completely walled in and
landscaped. 2 bedrooms
airconditioned. In beautiful
condition. Located in exclusive
"Shirley Park Avenue" Close
to town and all shopping.
Telephone 2- 1722 (day)
3-4953 (night)

C11182
LOT SUNRISE ACRES.
Asking $14,000.00 -- rights to
the water. Dial Damianos
22033- 41197.

C11183
LOT MONTAGU HEIGHTS.
125 by 150. Come see and
make offer. Dial 22033.

C11184
20 Acres Out west 1 mile
from town. Ideal for
commercial venture. NICK
DAMIANOS, 22033 evenings
41197.

C11181
66,000 sq. ft. of land, 2
bedrooms, 1 bath house,
furnished, caretakers residence,
and 120 feet of beach frontage
at SOUTH BEACH. All
facilities. Grounds unride,
cultivation all this for under
$50,000.
88.000 sw. feet with 350 sea
frontage has two bldgs.
Sea-wall. Only $45,000.00.
OUT EAST we have
water-frontage and lovely
houses. From $85,000.00 and
up.
SEABREEZE AND TOWER
ESTATES houses below
$50,000 00
HIGHLAND PARK houses
from %44 000.00 and up.
Good buys in WESTWARD
VILLAS furnished from
$40,000.00 and up and beach
rights, some ith pool and
patios.
GROVE houses on
semi-hilltop, hilltop and inland.
We have the houses we
search for purchase s.
w- W search ior purchasers.
Ring NICK DAMIANOS
22033, 22305, evenings 41197.


FOR SALE OR RENT

C11054
3 Bedrooms, one bath, Joans
Heights, South Beach. See
Philip R. Vargas, West, S.
South Street or, Corner.

C1 1178
FULLY FURNISHED
three-bedroorn house situated
1st Terrace, Centreville. Easily
adaptable to professional
purposes. Lot 0') x 100 All
ut i lit i e s .i ergr ounid.
Air-conditioneG f Jaoms. Pho,'.,c
5-8311

FOR RENT

C11032
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath, and one
extra large one bedroom
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
Apartments on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, Phone,
laundry, parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned Phone 54631
between 8 a.mn and 5 p.m.
C11036
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE 24777-8.

Cl 1173
NASSAU EAST close to St


Andrew's School. 3 bedroom
21/- bathroom furn rshed house.
$400 per month. Phone 24520
weekdays; 41466 evenings and
weekends.

C11031
-2 2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
consisting of living dining
room, kitchen and bathroom,
basically furnished. Twynarn
Avenue. Phone 5-8185.
C11131
ATTRACTIVE FULLY
furnished house 3 bedrooms, 2
baths off Village Road. $400 a
month. Phone 5-9720 8:30
4:30 p.m.


C 11050
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or monthly
airconditioned, fully furnished,
maid service available..Lovely
gardens & swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.


FOR RENT


C11051
ONE BEDROOM, furnished
apartment, upstairs over
Bucaneer Inn $180.00
including light & water. For
information call 5-4616

C11047
ONE & 2 Bedroom apartments,
Centerville, Ring 5-8679 ask
for Mr. Pritchard.

C11037
OFFICE OR STORE SPACE
Charlotte near Bay Immediate
occupancy, ample parking.
Inquire 4-2017.
C11172
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
for rent $150 $275. Also 2
furnished houses $400 and
$425. Foi info nation call
2-1741.2.
C1167
ON THE HILL, 10 minutes
walk from downtown Nassau.
Excellent 2 bedroom, 2
bathroom and 3 bedroom, 2
bathroom apartments available.
Airconditioned, wall to wall
carpeting. Fully furnished and
equipped, private swimming
pool and beach privileges, yood
security contact 21842.

C11140
ONE BEDROOM completely
furnished, airconditioned and
one efficiency apartment.
Harmony Hill. Phone 31328.

Cl1138
FURNISHED two bedroom
apartment Cable Beach,
airconditioned, private beach,
pool and telephone. Phone
31190


C6233
2 Bedroom, fur nished, situated
at Joans Heighcts, South Beach,
$250.00 pet month. Phone
Nassau 3-4145.

C11192
LARGE 1 bedroom partially
airconditioned, furnished
apartment. $225 per month
utilities included. Phone
5-8327.

PUBLIC AUCTION
Cl11026
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 28th day of
September 1973, at 12 noon,
the following property:
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Southern District of the
Island of New Providence
one of the Bahama Islands
and being Lot number two
hundred and fifty-nine (259)
in Kennedy Subdivision.

Mortgage dated 16th January.
1969 Henry James Ellis and
Carnetta V. Ellis to Finance
Corporation of Bahamas
Limited. Recorded in Book
1362 at pages 75 to 81.
The sale is subject to a reserve
pr-ice and to the right for the
Auctioneer or angry person on
his behalf to bid ,up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of the sale
and balance on completion.
Dated 22nd. day of Ausust
A.D. 1973.
KIRK S HINSEY
Public Auctioneer
C11189
KIRK S. HINSE Y .ill ~sll oat
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon IHotel, Bay
Street on the 5th day of
October 1973, at 12 noon the
following pr opr-r ty :
"ALL THAI piece parcel or
lot of land situate at %Ainton
in the Eastern /District nf tIhe
Island of Newv Providence
aforesaid which said piece of
parcel of lana bear- the Lot
number Forty (40) in a
BtItk whirh is believed to
be Block rontmber Nought (0)
of the said Estate and
known as "Wintor" but
which Block is not
numbered on the Plaiin f the
said Estate whicr, siid piece
or parcel of la,. i is iore
particularly deirreated arid
described o' the Plan
annexed to i rindenture of
Conveyance of even date
herewith but -ei(,ted prior
to the execution hereof and
made betwf-r Mary
Grosvenor Easey of the one
part and the !',)i tIagor of
the other part ard thereon
coloured pink
Mort gage dated 31 d eb, nuy,
1972 Charles A. P. -,ith to
Finance corporation of
Bahamas Limited
Recorded in Volurrie 1890
pages 68 to 75.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctionee or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price. Te iis: 10 of the
purchase price at the time of
sale a rid balance on
completion
Dated 31st day Ot August A U.
1913.
KIRK HINSEY
Public Auctioneer


CARS FOR SALE

C111b4 1966 HILLMAN
MINX. $300 O.N.O.
Mechanically sound, body
work needs attention. Phone
28541 or 51379.


CARS FOR SALE


C11190
ABC MOTORS
Budget-priced, A-1 used cars.
Best value for your money.
1969 VOLKSWAGEN
FASTBACK $1,100
1973 VAUXHALL VIVA
automatic transmission $2,500
1972 TOYOTA HI ACE
bus $2,400
1972 PONTIAC
VENTURA $3,800
1972 TOYOTA IVK.11
automatic transmission,
radio $3,200
1972 CHEVROLET VEGA
automatic transmission $3,300
1972 MERCURY COMET
automatic transmission,
air conditioned radio $4,000
1972 CHEVROLET VEGA
automatic transmission,
airconditioned $3,200
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER
4-door, automatic
transmission, radio $900
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA
2-door $650
197C TOYOTA COROLLA
standard transmission $1,000
1970 FORD CAPRI
automatic transmission $1,500
1969 PLYMOUTH
BARACUDA
aircondition, radio
automatic transmission $1,650
1971 RAMBLER
AMBASSADOR
automatic transmission,
air condition, radio $3,400
1970 FORD CORTINA
ESTATE automatic
transmission $800
1971 DODGE AVENGER
automatic transmission $1,500
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
STATION WAGON,
automatic transmission $1.200
1969 MONTEGO
2-door AS IS* $700
1969 JAVELIN 2-door 5900
1969 FORD CORTINA
4<-ioor $1,100
1969 FORD TORINO G.T.
2- 1970 FORD ESCORT
automatic transmission $900
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA
2-door, automatic
transmission $b50
1969 FIAT 124 $900
ABC MOTORS
Collins Avenue
Phone 2-1031
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
SATURDAY 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m

C11095
AT MOTOR CENTRE
WE HAVE
THE USED CAR
FOR YOU
COME SEE US THIS IS
USED CAR WEEK
IF YOU HAVE $200.00
YOU HAVE A DEAL

1970 FORD CAPRI radio A"T
a very clean car in very good
condition at ONLY $2.000.00
you have got to see it to
believe it
1969 RAMBLER AMERICAN
S/W P/S A.'T radio new paint
work a clean car at ONLY
$1,350.00
1969 TRIUMPH G.T. 6 new
paint work at ONLY
$1,100.00 the sporty for you.
1971 MORRIS 1100 O.N.O.
A/T new paint work at only
$1,100.00
1971 AUSTIN !!OO A/T radio
in very good condition at
ONLY $1,400.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA A/T
A/C power windows at ONLY
$1,400.00
1968 OLD'S CUTLASS
3-speed on the floor at ONLY
$1,000.00
1971 HILLMAN MINX S/W
S/T radio a very good runner at
ONLY $1,300.00
1973 FORD MAVERICK A/T.'
radio low mileage at ONLY
$3,700.00
1970 HILLMAN MINX A/T
radio new paint work at ONLY
$1,200.00
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA A/T
at ONLY $800.00
MECHANIC SPECIAL going
forr ONLY $400.00
MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
THOMPSON BLVD.,
OPP. DAVIS ST.,
P.O. Box N-3741,
PHONE 56739


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C11166
MUST SELL
1968 CADILLAC convertible,
newly painted, new top, air
conditioned, radio, power
steering & power brakes. Make
an offer. Call Playtours, Mrs.
Moree 22931 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.

C11159
2 1970 HONDA VANS
selling together for $450. Call
2-2159 8a.m. 5 p.m.

C11081


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Central arage
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TODAY'S
SPECIAL BUY

1972 PONTIAC
VENTURA II $4250
Also Available
1970 TOYOTO 1, ton truck -
white, standard shift good
condition, low mileage only --
1973 BUICK CONTURY- 4
door sedan, automatic, air
conditioned, radio, power
steering & brakes w/w tyre,
very low mileage, very clean --
$6250.00
1972 PONTIAC VENTURA II
white, automatic, 4 door
sedan, sun roof, power steering
& brake w/w tyre, very good
condition $4250.00
1971 FORD CORTINA 4
door sedan, automatic yellow,
very good condition, new
paint job $1650.00.
1970 HILLMAN MINX
s/wagon gold, 4 door,
standard shift, recently
repainted, a fine car $1350.00
1972 VAUXHALL VIVA
s/wagon green, automatic, 2
door, very good condition, low
mileage a fine car $2350.00
1972 VAUXHALL
FIREANZA 2 door coupe,
standard shift on the floor,
blue, very good condition low
mileagee $1975
1972 CHEVY IMPALA 4
door sedan, automatic, radio,
power steering & brakes, blue,
air conditioned $5875.00
FINANCING AVAILABLE
COME IN AND SEE US
Oakes Fjeld near
Police Barracks
Phone 3-471 1

C1 1136
ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY
1970 LTD.
P. O. Box N-640
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
USED CARS


1969 CHRYSLER
4 Door Auto White
1969 PONTIAC GTO


$950


A/C Vinyl. Greer $2500
1968JAVELIN A/C $1200
1973 VICTOR S/W FE
Auto, Blue 856 miles $4400-
1967 VIVA 2 Dr.
Auto Green $750
1970 RAMBLER SST
4 Dr. Auto. Blue $2100
1967 TRIUMPH HERALD
White $900
1971 MERCURY COUGAR
Auto. Brown $3500
1970 PONTIAC LeMANS
S/Wagon $2600
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto. Blue $1950
1969 FORD GALAXIES
4 Dr. A/C $1850
1970 HILLMAN MINX
4 Dr. Auto White $9b0
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA
2 Dr. A/C Green $5900
1968 VAUXHALL
VICTOR $600
1967 Chevrolet Impala $450
Trade-ins Welcomed.
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


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YOU CAN BUY


A BRAND NEW 1913


DODE AVENGERS


PASSENGER DE LUXE 2 DOOR SEDAN



FOR ONLY


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NTIRAL GARAGE
EASIEST PLACE IN NASSAU TO TRADE"
lONE 34711 THOMPSON BLVD.


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C11169
HOMES WANTED 2 male
Guinea Pigs. Call 4-1166.

S FOR SALE
C 11194
FOR SALE
WAREHOUSE and adjoining
vacant commercial lot. Best
offer. Phone 22098.

C11112
100 cc HONDA SCRAMBLER,
4 months old, good condition,
owner leaving colony. Phone
3-1481.
C11165
BED SETTEE recently
recovered plus 4 yards same
material $100, side tables,
lamps, drapes, pictures. Phone
51379.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C 11044
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.


C11185
1972 15 ft. Thunderbird,
Bimini top, 80 h.p. Mercury,
electric starter, plus extras.
Galvanized steel trailer. $2000.
Phone 2-7480 days, 5-4151
evening/weekend.
C11168
15' FIBREGLASS Windsor
reclining seats, Bimini top and
screens push-pull steering with
Johnson 50 h.p. electromatic.
Battery and controls. Trailer,
skis, anchor etc. All virtually
new $2400. Call 4-1166.


NOICE

C11186
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
BEATRICE LOUISE GREEN
of Kemp Road, Nassau,
Bahamas, is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 10th day of
September, 1973, to The
Mi minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


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C11115
WILL MISS LESLEY HALES
whose last known addresses
were c/o Mrs. R. W. Robertson,
Box 61 and Box 5, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, please contact
Bank of London & Montreal
Limited, Nassau or Lloyds
Bank Limited, Executor &
Trustee Department. 78
Broomfield Road, Chelmsford,
Essex, England, where she may
hear something to her
advantage.

SCHOOLS
C 11193
s


THE NASSAU CIVIC
BALLET SCHOOL will
commence its Fall Term
session on Monday, September
17th. For information, please
call 5-2353.

C11124
ENROLL now at the Nassau
Academy of Business in the
following classes:

Typing with spelling
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashie.
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Mathematics
Filing
French
German
Spanish
B.J.C. Classes
Dictaphone Typist
Call the Nassau Academy of
Business today and join any of
the above classes. Phone
24993. (Located at Shirley St.
opposite Collins Avenue).


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ART SUPPLIES


C11040
COMPLETE range of artists'
supplies. Oils, acrylics, canvas,
easels, etc. Bahamian Paint
Supply Ltd., Bay St. Phone
2-2386 2-2898.

WANTED _
C11179
CONFERENCE TABLE 8-10
feet, with side chairs, sofa and
arm chairs. Call Renaissance
7-7481.

1 POSITION WANTED
C11105
EXPERIENCED GIRL
FRIDAY, seeks position as
Social Hostess, Head Cashier or
Public Relations. Write Box
!468. Nassau or phone 5-5078.

HELP WANTED
C1 1087
QUALI FIED Librarian
required F.L.A.; A.L.A. or
equivalent. degree in
Library Science essential.
Applicants must have-
experience in cataloguing and
classification and should be
able to type. Bahamians
preferred. Applications should
be addressed to: The
Chairman, Fox Hill Public
Library P. 0. Box 390 F. H.,
Nassau, Bahamas.

C11177
RESIDENT MANAGER for
condominium apartment
complex. Responsibilities
include supervision of staff.
Maintenance of grounds, pool
and common areas. Knowledge
and aptitude with electrical
and mechanical plant required
- experience of Levaco
vacuum system an asset -
accounting knowledge
desirable. Apply in own
handwriting to Manager, P.O.
x 7763, Nassau.


C11162
COLLECTION MANAGER
FOR REAL ESTATE
COLLECTIONS OFFICE
The applicant should be not
less then 25 years old and have
previous experience in the
field. Remuneration will
include a generous basic salary
plus performance bonus.
Application should be in own
handwriting giving full details
of education and experience.
Good references are essential.
Reply Adv. C11162, c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N-3207.
Nassau.


HELP WANTED


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C11163
INTERNATIONAL BANK
REQUIRES
MALE OR FEMALE TRAINEc
Young Bahamian preferably
with some university schooling
who has minimum of one "A"
level and five "0" levels,
including Mathematics and
English, to receive training in
various banking departments for
an indefinite period. Will then
be assigned specific duties and
responsibilities. Starting salary
commensurate with
educational background and/or
experience. Attractive fringe
benefits. Please write to
Personnel Officer, P. 0. Box
N-100, Nassau

C11148
CHAIRMANN)
BUSH CUTTER
required to work in family
islands. Call 24596&7.

C11191
TRUST OFFICER
required for newly organised
Trust Company in San Jose,
COSTA RICA. Successful
applicant should preferably be
of Spanish origin and
completely fluent in English
a'nd must have some years
experience in Trust
Administration with a
recognized Trust Company in a
Common Law jurisdiction.
This is a senior position which
offers considerable
opportunity for growth and
development.
Salary will be dependent upon
qualifications and experience.
Applications accompanied by a
personal resume should be
forwarded to:
Mr. Walter C. Dittel, Jr., c/o
,Compania Nacional Financiera,
Apartado 4488, San Jose,
Costa Rica, Central America.

C11045
THE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE
World-famous postal
tuition for the GCE,
School Cert. afh
Accountancy, Banking,
Law,'Marketing, Company'
Secretaryship Examinat-
ions. For details of our
specialised courses writ&
for FREE copy of YOUR
CAREER to The Rapid
Results College Dept. TNI
Tuition House London
London SE19 4DS.


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jELP WANTEDj TRADE
C11171 C11049
TRANSPORTATION TV. ANT
ORGANIZATION require for homes V. ANT
Young man early twenties for for homes,
career position in operations hotels. Sales
division. Successful applicant Douglas Lov
should have High School OF MUSIC I
education with G.C.E. Maths, to Frank's Pi
Accounting or Clerical
experience would be helpful. C11111
Applications should be made in For all Your
writing giving details of age, Fo alYig
education, relevant experience Trimming,
and present salary to: Beach Clean
ADMINISTRATIVE Reasonable
ASSISTANT, Navios Service Call i
Corporation, P.O. Box N-7796,- -
Nassau. C11151
SEWII I
C11132 REPAIRS.
MEN'S CLOTHING STORE ISLAND
requires energetic young man Corner
as salesman in interesting Dowdo
surroundings. For interview Pho.
write brief history in own P. 0. Bo>
handwriting to Adv. C11132,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box C11033
N-3207, Nassau. Pinder

C11139 ro
MANAGER for marine store. Broke
Must have some knowledge Mack
of fishing, skin diving, marine & Roos
hardware equipment. Must NASSA
have previous experience in p. .
retail sales, stock control
ordering. For appointment call iHEAVY D
2-8173. FORK
MFCHANI
C11188 EQ
MARRIED COUPLE to IATA CA
run small Out Island hotel CUSTOM
No children. Minimum of two &
years experience in food and MOVIN\
beverage, front desk and & F
bookkeeping, after for ral STEE
training. Mechanical knowledge &
of motor vehicles, appliances SPECIAL
and diesel generator plant also EXCELL
necessary. Apply in writing, REASON
including references to Mr. CONTACI\1
Moxey, P. 0. Box ES5693, OR J
Nassau PHONL:2
C11098 2-37
ESSO STANDARD OIL S.A Aip
LIMITED have a vacancy for a
Steno-Secretary. Applicants
should have a Shorthand speed The
of 100 w.p.m. and Typing of
45 w.p.m and should have a
minimum of two years CL A
experience as a Steno Secre-
tary. AD
Applicants should call 28401
or write to the company at P. BRING
Box N3237, Nassau.


SERVICES I E HELP WANTED


ENNAS. Boosters
apartments an
s and services. Call
we 5-9404 WORLD
vLackey Street next
11arp

Gardening Needs,
Hedging, Pruning,
ing, For Prompt,
and efficient
5-1044.

G MACHINE
AND PARTS
FURNITURE
r Christie &
swell Street
ie 21197,
x 4818, Nassau


's Customs

rage Ltd.
key Street
evelt Avenue
U. BAHAMAS
Box N3714
UTY TRUCKING
LIFT RENTAL
CAL HANDLING
UIPMENT
ARGO AGENTS
S CLEARANCE
DELIVERY
1G, STORAGE
PACKING
L BANDING
SHIPPING
QUOTATIONS
ENT SERVICE
ABLE RATES
LYMAN PINDER
JACK CASH
2-3795, 2-3796
97, 2-3798
ort 77434.


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II FREEPNIT TEl. 352-1511


HELP WANTED WHELP WANTED
C6235 C6221
SHAMPOOMAN: Must be FRONT OFFICE AND
willing to clean entire Hotel, R E S E R V A T I O N
must be willing to work as SUPERVISOR: (1) Female
shampooman and shampoo with 5 to 7 years experience as
complete premises. For the a Front Office and Reservatiort
above please apply to: Mr. Supervisor. Be responsible for
John A. T. Roker, Personnel the running of the Front Office
Director, Holiday Inn, P.O. and Reservation Department.
Box F-760, Freeport, Grand High School education is
Bahama, 373-1333. required. Salary $125 per week
with Room and Board
E6OOUNTANT/BOOK- Interested person apply: THE
ACN UNTANT/BOOK-BA OTE
KEEPER, female, 45 years or GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL &
over, at least 5 years working COUNTRY CLUB, West End,
with Chartered Accountant Grand Bahama, Personnel
and 5 years in business office. Office between the hours of
All banking including bank 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
reconciliation, payable and Monday through Friday. Elon
receivable accounts for two Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.
Companies, monthly profit and
loss, age analysis, typing, C6228
payroll, commissions and RESEARCH COTTRELL INC
operate Audit 1513. Must be ARCH COTTRELL INC
able to taktocomplete charge of Wanted for industrial chimney
ace to taki complete charge on construction technician/super-
accounting department and visors to construct 348 foot
qualified to supervise and train high reinforced concrete
present and future help in the chimney for BORCO Refinery
above requirements, in Freeport. Minimum six
Reply in writing giving months experience. Must be
complete resume and able to work at heights above
references to: Bellevue 300 feet, be of good health and
Stationers Limited, P. 0. Box physical condition and have
F-24, Freeport. field construction experience.
C6220 Jobs commence 1st November
EXECUTIVE CHEF: To take 1973.
complete charge of kitchens. Please write to: Custodis
Supervise and plan food Constriction Company,
preparation of French and Division of Research Cottrei.
international cuisine. Inc., 222 South Riverside
menu-layout, kitchen Plaza, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.,
maintenance, etc. Certificates 60606.
and diplomas of training and
experience necessary.
CHEFS: To take complete C6234
charge of station; supervise and COMPTROLLER fo1
direct assistants in preparation growing Automotive Supply
of French and international Company. Requirements:
cuisine. Certificates and Bahamian Male with at least 10
diplomas of training and years college and accounting
experience necessary, experience. (Automotive sales,
Apply Oceanus Hotels Ltd., parts, accessories and services)
Personnel Department, P. 0. through all accounting
Box F-531 Freeport, Grand functions, cost analysis, trends
Bahama and financial statements for
management and outside
C6223 accounting audit purposes.
GOLDSMITH to handle all Must be able to do, supervise
phases jewellery making, and train in all accounting
designing and repairs. functions. Responsible to
Experience necessary. Phone President. Mail resume and all
Freeport 352-7557. references. Interviews by
C623 appointment only. Please no
CHILI- PILU I phone calls. The President,
Applicant must have at least 5 FREEPORT JET WASH AND
years experience as corporate AUTO MART, Ltd., P.O. Box
chief pilot with a major F-238, Freeport, G.B.I.
concern and hold Airline
Transport Pilot rating, C6229
preferably with considerable REAL ESTATE EXECUTIVE
preferably with considerable required to be in charge of
jet and turbo-prop experience sales registration, customer
and a minimum of 5,000 hours service and resales in Miami
time as pilot in command, and Freeport. Must be
Individual must possess e x per i e nc ed and
management ability with knowledgeable in all phases of
background compatible to real estate profession. Must
supervisemahave held similar managerial
supervise maintenance, repairs positions. Must be able to
and business Qperation; must travel.
be in excellent health. Please apply to: Personnel
Apply to: Grand ,cahama Department, P.O. Box F-260,
Freeport. Telephone Mr.
Development Company, Ltd. Thompson, 373-4048 between
Personnel Dept. Lucayan hours of 2 to 5 p.m., Monday,
Building, P.O. Box F-2666, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Freeport Grand Bahama. Friday.


C6236
SECRETARY To work in
Personnel Office. Will be
responsible to do typing and
filing and answering letters on
her own initiative. Should be
of neat appearance with high
school education and 2 to 5
years experience. Interested
persons apply THE GRAND
BAHAMA HOTEL &
COUNTRY CLUB, West End,
Grand Bahama, Personnel
Office, between the hours of
9-00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.

C11158
ATTRACTIVE POSITION
available for young ambitious
woman with one of Freeport's
leading jewellers. A future is
waiting for the right person --
call in Nassau 5-5499 in
Freeport 352-5464. Or write P.
0. Box 6304, Nassau

C6230
Wanted MANAGER for
Intercontinental Artist Guild in
International Bazaar. Person
must have extensive knowledge
of all aspects of art and
paintings and discerning
knowledge of the works of
different artists and naturally
be able to explain all these
aspects to potential customers.
Must have some bookkeeping
experience in order to be able
to maintain accounts.
Apply to: Intercontinental
Realty, P.O. Box F-260,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Telephone 373-3020

C6232
Beauty and barber shop
company (1) In need of a
STOCK CLERK, High School
Ed ucation. (2) Capable
HAIRDRESSER, experienced
in all phases of the beauty
trade. Bahamians only need
apply. Modalena Ltd., P.O.
Box F-775, Freeport.

C6237
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTAIT -- President of
large corporation requires
Administrative Assistant with
excellent secretarial skills, with
proficiency in shorthand and
typing and at least 10 years
experience at corporate
management level. Individual
must have extensive knowledge
bookkeeping, elementary law
with ability to administer and
initiate work, co-ordinate
activities of all internal and
supporting departments to
enable President to accomplish
his functions of planning and
decision-making in a complete
and efficient manner.
Responsible for review of all
correspondence directed to
Office of President and
affection of appropriate action;
administration and
co-ordination of all affairs of
Executive Office and in
absence of President institution
of work on own initiative.
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Large corporation requires
Executive Secretary with at
least 10 years experience in
similar position with minimum


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OHROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute

/ GENERAL TENDENCIES: A surprise
compliment or favor now comes your way. You
are able to show more affection for those with whom you have
close contact and with whom you want greater association in
the future. Therefore be wide-awake to new happenings and
show your devotion to all whom you like.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Gain the cooperation of good
friends for activities that will put you ahead of others now.
Know what you most want and use a positive approach to
reach aims. Be sure you show loyalty to kin.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Begin week properly by
contacting bigwigs you know and gain the backing you need
for your abilities. Show you are patriotic and an excellent
citizen. Avoid one who is unfriendly to your best interests.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are highly inspired about
how to gain the information and benefits you should have,
which can lead to greater success, Making new contacts who
can be helpful is wise. Pick them intelligently.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Handle your
responsibilities in a practical fashion and take no chances
where insurance and other important policies are concerned
Make the collections that are important also. Work in harness
with mate for greater happiness.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You can come to a far better
meeting of minds with associates and make better
arrangements for the furtherance of success in the future. Take
care of that civic work most wisely now and get right results.
Avoid one who argues too much.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Delve into that work ahead of
you with vim and efficiency and gain the approval of
higher-ups. Sit down with co-workers and discuss plans
intelligently. Increase mutual productivity.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If you bring your talents to
the attention of higher-ups, they will help you commercialize
on them. Plan some time for amusements so you do not
become dull. Make sure another does not pull a fast one on
you.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Show more support to kin
instead of doing something that is destructive in the important
realm of your existence. Start an uptrend in all of your
associations and affairs by thinking constructively. Work.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Keep appointments
you have made and do the shopping and errands that are
important now. Come to a better meeting of minds with
associates. You can speed up production by the intelligent
steps you take now.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Hit on the right plan that
will help you have greater prosperity in the future. Listen to
what one who is tops in your field has to suggest. Follow the
best advice for right results.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) If you talk over your
personal aims with good friends, they will cooperate with you
so you can gain them more easily. Attend group meetings that
give you a chance to make fine new contacts. Avoid one who
is unfriendly to your interests.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Get updated in both business
md personal affairs so you feel more comfortable in today's
world. Doing whatever will delight the one you love is wise.
Become a happier person that way, too.


I JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHOLS

I'LL FIND OUT WHETHER EL. MR. DON'T PAY NO YOU WANT ME NOT TODAY, PHILIP'
HE'5 MEET NG SOMEONE ROBERTS' AREATTENTON TO ME, TO FI YOUR I'VE GOTTA MEET
WATER LEAVING YOU ALONE LOUIS! I'M JUST SPECIAL, MR. A PARTY!

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"Those ladies certainly seem"Yes, and in Women's Lbs."
interested in Women's Lib."


JUST SO GUY HO
COMES AROUND."


"One more snicker and I'm through playing the part of
a housewife in these sales technique demonstrations."


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS 23. Endless
1. Pu I et 27. Stance
4. Beard of 29 Cover a bet
barley at dice
7 Beer mug 30. Eternity
11. Eggs 31. Sheriff's band
12 Low 32. Beverage
13 i0l-yielding 35 Guided aerial
tree bomb
14 Enthusiasm 36. Stadium
16. Armstrong 37. Shield
17. Prone 41. Firn
18. Pastoral poem 42. Steal
19. Thoroughfare 43. And not
21. Isben 44. Periods of
character time
22. Nonpro- 45. Attribute
fessional 46. Knickknack


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SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

DOWN 5. Court
6. Negative
1. Short flight prefix
2. Child heroine 7. Beginner
3. Proboscis 8. Take orders
monkey 9. Simmer
4. Friendship 10. Shout
T K 0 15. Eyeglasses
7 _ 18. Danish fiord
A 1 19. Lofty peak
20. Laotians
y 21. Blind impulse
23. Prior to
24. Coming into
existence
25. Classified
z- ST section
26. Southern
29 general
S28. Expression of
disgust
31. Explore
32.Pool
33.Part of the
eye
34. Fleet
37. For
S 38. Tier
39. Murmur
tfurs 9-11 40. Attempt


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HELP WANTED

'typing 70 w.p.m. and
shorthand 120 w.p.m..
Applicant must have ability to
work with financial data and
assist Vice President/Treasurer
in all of his duties.
Responsibilities include
co-ordination with relevant
departments of matters
requiring Treasurer's attention;
ability to handle own
correspondence and initiate
work.
ACCOUNTANT
Responsibilities include the
general supervision and
auditing of the Insurance
sections of the Grand Bahama
Development Company and its
affiliated Companies, also
maintains proper accounting of
employees' loans and advances,
fixed assets, property records
and in general, supervises the
payroll sect ions of
Development Company and its
subsidiaries.
ELECTRON I CS
ENGINEER Inidvidual will
be responsible for Design,
maintenance, installation and
modification of various types
of equipment such as: Wilcox
485 VOR, Wilcox 496 DME,
Scanwell ILS, teletype
communications- 60 and 100
word machines, facsimile, tape
recorders, communications
equipment consisting of 10
watt mobile transmitters and
receivers, 50 watt fixed station
UHF and VHF transmitters
and receivers, maintenance of
Control Tower Console and all
communications systems prior
to proper inventory. Successful
candidate should possess
enough knowledge and
experience in order to keep a
fully professional maintenance
programme with associated
record-keeping showing that all
services are safe and adequately
maintained. Please apply to:
Grand Bahama Development
Company, Ltd., Personnel
Dept., Lucayan Building, P.O.
Box F-2666, Freeport, Grand
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he Wrtbunt


Monday, September 10, 1973


Nassau Jets crush AID Stingrays 456 GOLDEN GLADES Prison men force a draw

ss ti', ,,l 'm i iS^SNAP A O with Southerners andail
four toachdo,,n pa,.ses of 20, 1 8 .RGAME STREAK W
68, 25 and 61 yards to lead tlhe t -HI. A I Ds t l
Jets to ;a devastating 45 to 6 0 GOI.I)FN ;ATES softhall squadS W 1ily
i- ti t he'tt 4 t put together a six-hit attack long S
victor% mer the helpless l) \ith sound fielding to snap the
strlingrl\ s inl the opening g game league leading Tailor Industries li (I i )S NI 1 I i RSI(N
of the BIahlta iasl n erican i eight game \inning streak i '\an %l I N t en ;nltJ s person and ita
ooftb ll A ssoc nation 11-6 victor% yesterstrda) at this solidified the .li ulh' rner"s 13. rrun con, inins leu It si
Southern Reureation (rounds. arfilh Irr th aithie, ,i -hing 41 run rall\k hih \(\as supplied wit
1s L Taylor's in taking their first loss i.re p.w.e r .ro. Itt llt o i. \\ tkii si hs hai 11, ,ias the P'ri.s. Officers t
1 i'! s:,, \, +,o,%n,, n tied with aharm is llents ers .it l 'h ilrl ir. afor itir\. ll t ',ith I st s, th li \\ hours t ieso s s were ut


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(MOST VALL'ABLE PLAYER GODWIN BLYDEN, of
th tt undefeated Nassau Jets, receives his trophies from
ebhie Symonetllte during yesterday's B.A.F.A.'s
S 'reC llai(loil.
': i al l.rton but should when hie had a long T.D. cat
i'.'n plLea.sed with the called back because of
S*: ,;cc )I Garth MajoT off-side penalty.
: .:* ; 4" of the Stingrays Saturday Sept. 15 t


.I ish ing Classic Pros make their deb
S; : slls liowes.d piromi e against the Blue Marlins
Ss i p.ss ecesver ':30 p.ml.

JETS
. :s r 2i o ,itrd pass irom N Iliden (run failed)
'' :i i',, iltrcepli 52 r sa returned (l ivis run )
S , r .irds p s from HIIi dsiLn (run failed)
S'', i, I '.r I ird ,s p Irss tfrom II\ Jeln irun failed)
S 1: i .rds piss fromHn lt (run failed)
I i I A irds run (run lailedl
; .irk.s hiss r mtrim l iden (run 'ailed)
S: : r isii .ind Kinosis es tackled %Ioxey in end zone)
STINGRAYS


, I, I \ i .irds run (pass taiile )


5 TEAMS IN N


EAST SCRAMBLE
NlV YORK (AP) -- The fi
teams chasing after the Nation
League's eastern division tit
became more closely bunches
Sunday with the New York Me
and (.'hicago Cubs winning whi
thie first-place CardinaI
second -place Pirates and third-plas
i \pos lost.
S mere three-games no0 separa
the five te.inms still contending fu
the crow\ n.
I he Mets look advantage of Itw
Montreal errors in the fifth innis
toi score t\\o runs and continue to
3-0 victor\ over the I xpos.
Billy illiamns hit his 19th hon
run of the season to lift the Clhiiia
Cubs toi a 5-4 victors over th
'Cardinalas ind as slimve ntlie hre
game's behind site leaders.
I'it slurgh's Pirates hblei
six-run kI i. and I'lliladelphia, t
teasl \\ith the l.'si i hope of s\innii
the titiy won is -7.
(,orge l stqer droe in five rut
in the ptcener with Jo tnny Iei-l
drilling hiis 2, t hom run if it
bIasliIll stiaslin ,and driving int fou
runs in the nightcap to carr\ tt
Reds to their s\\weep of tlant
14-0 and 7-u in ai doubleheader.
A three-run lihomer in the eight
inning b\ IHouston's Lee Ma.
pow\ered the \stros past the G(ian
5-4.
'1 tie Ih)dgers ended a nine-gamr
losing streak sithi their 5-3 victoria
over tle IPadres .aided hby JI
Fergusoln's three-run home run
the si\th.
.Da e Diunitin's three-run homn
highlighted theli Indians' 6-4 victor
over thie orioles, but Bou g P'owell
three-runi shot started Baltimore oi
the wiis to triumph in the nighttca
13-4.
Dave May 's grand slain home ru
sapped a seven-run second inning
Milswaukee raill uand highlighted t
ltire\ers' s\\i in o er the Yankei
10-3.
I he Rangers landed their ne'
manager luill Martin his season
wsin in as mnany games defeatin
Oakland 5-3
I ons y I ia oi r and Ike tirssrs
homered to pace the 1 iger 5-
triumph oser tile Red Sox.
A two-run throwing error b
Minnesota shortstop Jerr TeIrre
gave Jim Ki.,il and the \ihite So
the winning run for a 10-7 victoria
Slopp\ fielding and sildness h
California's '\nds Ilassler made
easy ior the Royals to win the fir.
game 7-5, while LIou Piniella
two-run double broke a 3-3 tie an
sparked the Royals' win in th
nightcap -3.


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It-l.
The (Glades whos took the lead
0-2 by the third inning came
through with five more runs in their
hottom of the sixth pulling
themselves completely out iof
faylor's reach, Tavylor's folltowint:
their two-run first inning came
through with four more in the top
of the seventh.
Patrick Demeritte, swho drove in
three runs for the ws winners, got
them started in the top tif the
second when, with hases loaded, lie
drilled losing pitcher Mark ratess
down left field driving in airrt
Carroll and Ivan Underwsood toi
notch the game. Ronnie Tuirnquest
continued the rally and tapped ai
bouncer to first baseman a Ro
Rodgers whose relay to home plate
was not in time to stop luster
Bethel with the lead oft run.
1)Donnie Lee's sac fly gave tlhe
Glades a 4-2 lead.
N Not that liethtelt oi the inou was keeping lay ior's batsmen in
check although he struck out fl\e,
hut the brilliant fielding of 5,oldenst
Glades prevented ITa lor's iront
seeing home for four full innings.
Gates, who was unable to find
the target, was relieved in the third
inning by John Rolle \\hot, comi,
in with two on base issued a base
son halls to cram the corners lie
ch went on to pick up two lits but
another r walk to l I)temteritl
an advanced Clarence Jolly tio honte
for the ;Glades' fifth run. 1 urniiuest
he under similar circumstances \\ as hit
by the seco.'iJ pitch scoring, Carro ll
slit from third.
at Pinch hitter Silnmore )arNille andt
winning pitcher I foster liethel
connecttedl for twoi ri's each in the
(ilades foe-run fifth inning. l1` 1ll.,
who gave up four walks in that
inning, actually walked in another
S run w hen hie walked I 'nder\\wood.
7 In a final attet mpt to s f.. licir
6 undefeated record, layilor's umitll,
S on lBethel for four hits inclldin.' :i
tio\ rbi triple from John \o illijinls.
6 ien Rolle and 'ian/i\ J ihnii,,n
6 knocked in the other t\wo runs.
6 Centre fielder Simeon u ililsn,
2 clouted two out of the park drir ils
in two runs each time ais tli
powerful Ministry of \%orks
6 trampled defending chiampiniis
Paradise Island 12-3 Saturtda;ii t f:iI
SSouthern Recreation roundsds,
L Coming off a loss to i.1 .( ti'-.
weeks ago, the M.)O.. drilled lthi
E Islanders' hurler Charlie Moirtiter
for I 2 hits enroute to victor,. I Ihe\
started their victory march i\stli
ie three in the fourth inning, four in
al the fifth and four more in the sixth.
tie Htumes' first homer in the
ed bottom of the third inning broke i
ts one all tie putting the Ministri ini
ile the lead for the remainder of their
Is, game. Randy Rodgers' st i. fl\ ,is
ce the second osf his threc rCli
contribution. His ground out lil t l
te bottln of t lhe second sc.,redl I ii
or Know\\les with the tieing run.
Hfunmes' second hiomer sti iitin. im
Vo the sixth having faced thet pit< icr
ng for the fourth time c.'mle 'ft
a reliever Burshall iraWishi\. i on. i
Haven in that innit ng 'coll 'cled I li
ie first rbi oi in a it oubl intm rigli
go centre.
he *****
ee B. C. softball squad l o iii ied
inonien tu i un t l)l\% is ig i ls iiri
a upsetting the 'Minisstr 1 '.i \orkss
ie jumped on the bIit/ers or lI s hits
ig enroute to their 2.-5- \it .tor\
\'es.terda .
ns First baseman Ruilt i I 'aril\t intl
kh short stop Adlai Mos sslr,ied tol
le honours w\ithi t lilr rbi' cs ai .
ur Tyrone Neelty ind titluel e[ ils. lsi
he collected three rbi's each.
a, ******
I. Alburs three rhi's trom Iour
th times at hatl ient together \with I
.y I ergusoin's t\wo frorn, two times ait
ts bat as San Sail .ArSl ;iks i stolpe
I-lagler Iln hucan.ieers I 16 2
ie yesterday. A-. Arnett took the iwin
ry and J. Johnson g in PIabst Beer take on i1)ltec in lthe
first game tonight 7 )'clock *it tile
er John I Kenned-y Softhall Park.
ry Centerville Sisters and lheineken
's Stars meet in the se.onld gamllie ;It l
in o'clock.
P ALl'S BIG REMATCH
LOS ANG(t LIS (AP)
i1 Muhammad Ali's era o,
ig predominance in the isorld ,if
le heavy eight boxing lisce.sts most
es critical test tonight t henry
jaw-breaking Ken NortoIn ciiltd eCli
it all for the former chan pion.

g CROSSWORD

4 PUZZLE
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1 Gambler's
choice
5 Throttle
8. French friend
11. Castle
defense
12 Personal
pronoun
13. Half boot
14 Patron saint
of sailors
15. Valor
17. Rascal
19. Wire measure
20. Noblemen
24. Bombyx
27. Lease


r\ I .ian
thstlood
th more
iook the
able to


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\k ith ,in inr, e nt hili t pl,i)
th it ..-.l nst RIll' I' li,' I al, .I
hc Uiifnnini1' lhis seekc l nd 111
outrightt \\in ll r Ili Si itlheri n r,
\will lini.h tihc ri. ket p'n nt i ,.r
then, I).feudlisni h.la piIInil St.
Bern- yards, their i h l ,i, ri r als hlil .I
total ils 29 point', \ itlh t o, in,.l
haltilf m .it ,h's t, pl|+ .
\vainlt thel South rners' l'irs t
inning s tilo l I 19 h's ill ,ut. thlei
)M Srsers, ti k their ird'lit score
t i i \ith m it l ll t 1 2 sll ut I-v
ni.-.id-at'te'rih.'n. ( )li i- i i run
gltt. l .issn ledJ 12, ll it iit inl I
Peterson 2;5 hI lhn itslhesrlnc r,
skipper tu ti rzc I e' i'. lad his
dedlr;ir i i., n. P'et r I 1 l s, ,ircil iclt
and lLs i slit l ihri i. \ 'rc l\,-.s
\' itit ;in hIlur .mi, 4( l,4i.'tL,1 ,h It
t, pl It lite .It|. -,lh, v., really
I'tl in \\hen Iritr th\, t,
\V :it k s in th, lIhiri -5 r i
partleirship. I hli i fin:ll 1l I ii,
.01 plai> H raitlih%. ., li, , .ll d t | n ,'
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LAWN SERVICE
F E I i t ,1 L tcr1j C I iD E

TROPICAL 2-2157
TRPI -25


CAR STOLEN

TAKEN from the
residence of Roger Carron,
Eastern Road on Sunday
night: a white Triumph
1300 with blue interior.
Anyone with any
information regarding this
car is asked to call 2-2260
during the day or 4-1374
at night.

MEN A N TO81YI
OVA ,M 0 EBIOE

A Pr I YLL


29 Stead C NAL
30 Weapons
32 Headland P ST RE FADE
34. Kidney bean ASSE
35. Italian port PU oR
37 Jackie's sister O VAL P OTE T
39 Oakland
39 akland NEVE ROB NOR
football team DA Y S O E TO Y
44 Cravat
47 Hula t SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

48 English DOWN
chemist ', Turkey
49. Fliers 1. Hebrew 6 Breeze
50 Girl's name measure / Rasp
51. Crooked 2 Handout 8 Copy
52. Steep 3. Moist 9 Blemish
53 Build 4. Blizzard 10 Slippery
75 7 9 i 16 Meat
18 Salad
-12 13 ingredient
21. Tease
S'1 22. The lion
3.- Day star
24 Cake
g--- --21 2 ingredient
25 Regret
2-" 28 ,2-9 26. Tavern
S.'S Highest
-32 35- 31 Drench
33 Inspect
I, A 738 T7 36 Rose oil
- 38 Anesthetic
I<0 Z 43 40 Shield
- 41 Hercules'
captive
42. Klnd of nut
S__ 43. Mast
" 2.- 44. This minute
9 45 Misjudge
AP Newsreotures 9,12 46. Whimper


unpreI -ic1t1ib-e Iphis bagged II U1
iusiick wis kets hoth in his seioind
,er tour h ills :ipart.
t oisinn in ,it (1:1 e-. IiriithIw aites
ild \ .it.Akins hatted vallantlh iltl,
utll Iton ii i. i :iLl.
'atIe ho.mtlers Iddi I lord and
I'eter liethel in 16 overs knockedI
down eight tickets s sfor 49 runs ias
defending champions St. Hernards
i'ricket Club iioblaining added help
tIrm skipper James Wod to pull
tIe SeC 1nlk place teann frontl ;in
innings defe.tl lo s i comln s IIandites
I S victor y ver C'arroll's
\d\enturers yesterday.
With t-s and .a half games left to
'laiy, the Saints have to s ave
iitrihit \sinst in order to rei';lin
tih ir i halnipionilhip.
Howled ouit for 104 in their first
inning s. St. Hlirnards \%ere trailing
i 11 rtunils gini into the seItonlI
i fn iilits \\ l% en tihe *d\entiirers
rei'llied ith 1 5. Pultingi up i 15 in
Ila ir second innings \hllicllh ga' e
ein A 160 riun lead. St. Iernirts
it I3 .10 declared for nine, .ivinin: the
a isventurers t\\o i and a1 half Ihi'irts
i \\In tIhe match.
I oIrd. oInimin- in from the nortii
nid ItitIhel troiln the soutiL
I lIc '(ts iV'C.'i y i 'tid l lt inITC anlJ
,C 1 1 i \.'rs sillns l nied hlllinit tihe
> o|,ips.' ~i tile \dienturcirs. I tlok
it ils lhe tiook Ih. list ( | I\\o ckets
ilii uip nIo runs. l ord ca.ptiired
I ,il t the cost iof 27 rutnlHs lil el
I -'!-k tie othlier thrre for 22.

WENTY DEBUT'S
BA\ll \\11.\ httrler \cnly
li l timakes lhis iniajoi lc'ietIC
' ut Ilo iitil when he l':iccs

tLic'c Sa I r'F ciitc c, ( iail Is inll
\ i, lt.I w ith \ t inI i tsit c iat
o51.


BAHAMAS 5th.

IN HOERMAN CUP
KINGSTON. JAMAICA
(AP) On a hot and humid
day with clouds looming over
the horton. Trinidad and
Tobago won the lloerman Cup
in the inter-island Caribbean
(;olf championship which
ended at Caymnanas Golt
Course Saturday.
For the four-day event, the
winners carded a gross score ot
232, beating host country
Jamaica, which finished with
236. by only four stroke' 'n
third position were defenuiaig
chalnipions Puerto Rico, whose
245 aggregate was 27 strokes
better than fourth placed
DI)ominican Republic.
Final team scores: Trinidad
and Tobago 232 (300, 31l,


308. 3061.
Jamaica 236
308, 31 1).
Puerto Rico
3 19. 309. 309).


Dominican Republic
(313, 316,320,323).
Bahamas 2906 (324,
324. 3291)).


(308, 309,

245 (308,


Barbados 318 (32(, 33t,
325. 33 1 1
Individual scores
F. (Teddy) (;rell (Trinidad I
300 72. 79. 74. 75)
S. Deimercado (Jamaicas) 307
(SO, 75. 75.77)
\1. McDonald IJanaica) 307
75.77. 1, 741.
W. W.ird (Jainaical 308 ( 70,
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R. \Larkel Puerto Rico)l 310
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Evening 9:00 from 3:00
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