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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: September 17, 1973
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S(Reistered with Postm.astr of Bahamn for postage concatons within the Bahamas.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Lea<
VOL. LXX, No. 241 Monday, September 17, 1973.


SHOULD BUSINESS HOUSES BE MADE

TO PAY FOR GARBAGE COLLECTION?


Garbage economy drive,


due


to high costs


brings disgruntlement


By NICKI KELLY
THE COST OF GARBAGE COLLECTION in New Providence has grown to such proportions that the time has
come when business houses should be required by government to pay towards maintenance of the service, an


informed source in the Ministry of Health said last week.



August tourists decline,



5th. monthly dipfor '73

AUGUST WAS THE FIFTH MONTH this year
to show a decline in all Bahamas visitor arrivals from last year's
figures, and the 2.23 drop has dimmed hopes that the Tourism
Ministry's goal of a five percent annual increase would be attained


this vear
lhe tall fro-. 151.961
arrivals in August. 1972 to this
emr's 148,579 followed valiant
s'fforti, in Ma'-, June and July
to oftset share decrea.-'s in the
first tour months of the year.
The cumulative total for
1-73 at the end of August
stood at 1.104,709. a bare 39
ot one percent over the 1' 2
figure.
Arrivals in January this yea,
vterre 3 5 percent her''- t'
January, 1972 figure, February
was down 5.24 percent, March
fell 8.75 percent and April
dropped 6.14 percent. By the
end of April the cumulative
total was six percent below the
1972 tally.
But big recoveries came in
May (9.54 percent). June
( 13.41 percent) and July (6.23
percent) By the end of July
the 1973 cumulative total had
inched past the 1972 figure by
.34 of one percent.
August has represented ant
about-face in another area. The
poor showing made by the first
tour months of this year was
largely due to severe drops in
the number of air arrivals, and
the picture would have been
i more dismal except for strong
growth in sea arrival figures.
AIR ARRIVALS
But in August, all Bahamas
air arrivals were up 3.51
percent, over August last year,
and sea arrivals dropped 11.61


percent
New Providence air arrivals
in August, however, ran true to
the trend established earlier in
the year. and recorded a 1.63
percent fall from 5.876h last
year to 57,917 Sea arrivals in
New Providence also ran true
to form. going up 35.71
percent from 34,108 to
46.288
The good a arrivals figure
puIh.. vt. o c-all New
Providence arrivals up 12.07
percent from 92,984 to
104,205.
Freeport continued to
decline in August, with air
arrivals falling 3.94 percent and
sea arrivals dropping 90.55
percent, for an overall arrivals
decrease of 30.21 from 41.37 I
last year to 28,874 this year.
Air arrivals in the out islands
showed a marked 27.93
percent increase over August.
1972, but sea arrivals dropped
24.17 percent. Visitor arrivals
in the out islands last month
totalled 15,500, a 10.56
percent increase over August.
1972.
Air arrival figures include
transit passengers, who are not
considered bonafide tourists.
Publication of monthly arrivals
precludes separation of the
transit, so that true tourist
arrival figures are not published
until the end of the year.


BASRA concerned about


Andros mailboat hoax


BAHAMAS Air Sea Rescue
Association officials are
concerned about a hoax call at
5:30 Wednesday afternoon
frori a mtan claiming that an
Andros mail boat was sinking.
B A.S R.A. duty officer
Russell Cairns, who yesterday
issued a press release on the
incident which forced the
association to utilise its search
aircraft and rescue vessel along
with several other volunteer
boats and the United States
Coast Guard, said police are
investigating the hoax call.
Mr. Cairns said "this is the
first time we have had a
malicious hoax call. We have
received false alarms often in
cases where people believe that
something is happening and it
turns out to be otherwise. Such
calls we don't mind, they
indicate an attempt at being
..Iiutii iiiI he said.
"The B.A.S.R.A. operation
involved a dozen or more
volunteers. AUTEC, the United
States Coast Guard, Bahamas
Telecom m u nicat ions
Corporation, two Out Island


CHROME AND
GLASS

COCKTAIL TABLES
END TABLES

DOLLY MAIN FIIIITRE
SNASSAU FREEPORT


commissioners, Radio Bahamas
and the police in a considerable
unnecessary expense and waste
of time," the BASRA release
said.
'The call was made about
5:30 p.m. Wednesday by a man
purporting to be the
B ATF L('O operator at
Mangrove Cay, Andros. He
identified himself as Mr.
Pennerman, the operator, and
"advised that the mail boat
Lady Baillou was sinking some
26 miles from Mangrove Cay
on the way to Nassau. There
were 26 persons on board the
vessel which carried only one
small dinghy and that had been
used by two persons to go
ashore and raise the alarm.
Although the caller said the
Lady Baillou carried a marine
radio transmitter he was unable
to say which radio frequencies
it was capable of using," the
release stated.
The report forced the
association to ntobilize its
volunteer team. lHowever, the
search operation ended
yesterday after officials
contacted Mangrove Cay
operator who knew nothing
about the call
The hoax "'had been very
carefully set tip because the
caller knew the correct name
of the Mangrove Cay operator
and also was aware that the
BATELCO station at Mangrove
Cay would be closed down
before BASRA could check
hack," the release said.


The comment came in the
midst of reports that the
Ministry is experiencing
financial difficulties and has
instituted an economy drive in
order to meet its overhead.
The source, expressing a
purely personal viewpoint.
pointed out that the Ministry's
garbage collection payroll was
over S20,000 a week for its
165 sanitation workers.
"Business firms usually
require the services of a flatbed
truck in addition to the regitl:r
garbage trucks to move the
numerous boxes left for
collection at their premises."
the Ministry member said
He pointed out that it costs
the government $35 for each
such flatbed truck sent to a
particular business location to
remove boxes.
BI.SIMl s 11OU1 SUS
"'louseholders should not
have to pa~, but there is no
reason why business, houses
who can well afford it. should
not assume some of the cost."
he said.
The Tribune understands
that in an ecornorm move to
cut down on overhead, the
Ministry of Health has
curtailed garbage collection
throughout the island and tried
to eltirinate a over-time as
much as possible.
While Bay Street, the docks
and the hotels continue to get
dailv service, other areas
previously served twice weekly
have now had pick-ups cut to
once a week.
Saturday collection, except
in the most essential areas, has
been eliminated altogether.
Despite Ministry denials.
nar ll householders are ino
beginning to complain that
there has been no collection in
certain areas for as long as
three weeks. Said to be among
the sections most affected are
Englerston and Bain's Town,
two of the very congested
districts on the island.
The Tribune's source said
that in these constituencies
there is a garbage can ever% ten
feet Residents. many of whom
cannot afford cans, make do
with cardboard boxes which
disintegrate in rain or are easily
ripped apart by dogs.
"it isn't just a question of
garbage pick-up but having to
actually get out and shovel it
uip. I his is the sale situation
with some business firms and
hotels who use drums that are
too sinall and let the garbage
overflow."
She Ministry of Health has
some I I garbage trucks and
two flat-bed trucks, each of
which is manned with a driver,
four loaders and a supervisor.
Depot superintendent Carroll
1. Rolled denied reports that a
number of trucks were out of
comlnliission.t
lie said only one was off the
road and that was due to
radiator problems.
WAGES
Under the terms ot a new
wage contract signed last year.
mechanics make between S2
andS2.50 an hour; drivers S2;
collectors 51.60 and sweepers
S1.50.
Garbage workers, who
previously counted on
overtime to boost their
paycheques. are now
complaining that government
economy drive is eating into
their take-honle wages.
The irony is that a year ago
Health Minister Loftus Roker
proudly announced
establishment of a new division
of the Ministry to be known as
the Department of
Environmental Health Service


'This drep ritentit i 11at-' in
the adli!niistraiti e iii o
the Ministry, is rcsp." n :' oIF
the maintenance anld e.i'tll-lip
of government lbuildtigs. p. trks.
beaches, rl t H:, a tind
general saiiti ion ;:i \ w
Providence.
E sta blishmient ot the
dep arte t e ,itt I' w k I
reco Ilmenddtwm,- tli.;de ths
Pan AIettl r an t ,ui i tid
Health Oi)gatiations, who'
were asked to sosdtti At .1 s'I.1:
o f the tlio .i' ii ,ac ith t i .'; .
the Bahantmas
A statement by i i'e \lii';: i
in November i 1)
team o :, ;: i .:.
identified the 1 )n.l '!- ers .ui I
within the elc.ilth .Service .t"d
submitted a repl):t \ith,hi
contained r'cnnnil s
for their solutil:i
AP'iR VI I)
"As a resit ol tlie i .ii\tl
andt subsIeqt uentLI L'
ovcra, i plans i i.
reorganization of tIhi Ilcit;t
Services were florulateld a.l
these have now been ftort i:i
approved for implemienitatia n "
the Ministry said.
I'he prograntmme, -\liicii .,.
said toi be already in piogr ce
env isaged. "cr:ol sidc.td'T
innovation and inclhii's l:.t
integration of the per' e n i ,.':!
comnuinit\ health .n ,-,
well t a s creatiig :,;v
In a I n t a i , i | t i
cnlvlrolllt mental quitalit\ sitII :
willt government's i 'in ep J
positive health as .:in inie' .
and tilpoetant as i .:
g o v e r iin m e n t [ s o 0 i .
development plan.'
It called for tw. pa : .
)Ioper J onal dI ivisi ;s :
P'Crsonal He lth Servi\ca :iir '
I nV i ront ment ji Oi l It. i
Development C'ontrol
In July Mr. David S i:- ,:
tornnerly superl i tendt e :- .it
is I l ,I J tH ill d e p t -. -
transferred to the Depirt :! '
oft Invronnmental li
Sers, ices as C' .i : : 1 .
Superintendent.
Acting director oi '
department is Mr \.'
McCorquodale. Neitlir '
S ee t i ng nu or
Mc(orq'uodsalc were s i:e .
to conl ent on tiec g.i c ,
situation todai
M1r McCorqutodale 'sc '.
l'he fribunte to Mr. Kn ,i:.
NW il l t1.1 i s. first s -
secretar., in the l Mnist -
Health. "M r ii' i .il iI .s .1
\\.is not at liberty toi :' i.
conilinents and in turn re; :.,-
this paper to Gmovi enI:rn'
Information Services.
)Despite the "sol: :i
proposed by the t
in ternation al h e ', I
organizations, the \iII -"t
appears to be exper) Ict -;
difficuties in both ot :t 1 "
new operational divisions
In the area of pelr'- ict1
health there has "eC:i
increasing d isgruntlcentc t
among Ministry do ctors
concerning the shortage ost
drlgs, facilities and ntsing
staff in the hospital system
These have been blame. on
a la.k of funds.
S\\o weeks ago, Dr 1) I'
D)uftls. Medical C'heif ot 'it!
anld lneurostirgeon at ttic
Princess Margaret ll,.iS',i i
resigned his post. alleged : ii
disgust, and left the cou;itr
ilts position n is tli'iii
telporarily filled bx I):
iLduardo Villc'g is fren the
Philippines, who arrived her"
several weeks ago to take utp
the post of l)irectoi ot
Personal Health Services


Price: 15 Cents
CLAIS N SIGS O


ding Newsp per


CLAIMS NO SIGNS OF

UNION 'GO-SLOW' THREAT



Dismissal of union shop


chief under investigation

By MIKE LOi1il 1\
AN l\i iRM110) Sol RI F 'siid there are virtually no signs at
Bahami:- i '. I 'rii it% ( i-rporatin jot)b sites of a 'go-slow" by
workers. ,ti:lh,,li; i 1i, 1 .11,, a iuld General Workers' Union
president !Did h' lli:uins this i:,.. (insi claimed the slow-down


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DELEGATION TO THE U.F
IHE DELEGATION that will attend the United Nations
,iso;-I totmorio.u at which the Bahamas will submit its
.piicat;o 'oi membership, left for New York Sunday by
P -:'. Am te ica Airways. Shown boarding the aircraft are
Hon. Paul Adderley, Minister of External Affairs; Prime
Minister, Lynden O. Pindling and Mrs. Pindling; His
E. i'- ,, Mr. Livingstone B. Johnson, Ambassador
F tric:;:iiai y and' Plenipotentiary, and Mr. Ernest
Strachj-., Acting Deputy Permanent Secretary. Ministry of
External Atfairs. PHOTO: BIS


J.


Jamaican mason is


sentenced to death


for Haitian's murder
A r o n .i ; t ,on i -.tn guil.-" I-.\ s u- nanimous
verd;:_ o t1 a Supreii.- i aurt junr of the Januairy 31 murder of
H.:ismin ,s-rvice-statlitwo .itendant I-mile Pierre 26. wa, sentenced
to ditalh Friday hy Mr istice.' M'a weli Thomnpsaon


ONE DEATH

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Bv MIKII t LOTHI-AN
I I111 WHOlI1 M1- NI PROl' Ilt N( t- a;is ,withoIut Lr.clntiL\
it or Ix\s l sonrt ,11 '-itili l .'id st!' area- h 'id ino pow r r lor up
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,ind ,its S-nix on sit i; sl- itte
spokesman sd.ii
I he black ut-int ii Nw

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I)OUR I1101RS
I he spokesman' sid l ost ot
thi island vas gn\en i p r-
agalll when gener.iatos were


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1ild. lhe spokes- n s F ,,i ie
entire island had p1o,.; 1 itS .>
.ibout four ho us At!e' the
sl t-lit kwn .
I he sPeok e ain i i ld the
s', t o, the s irgel i the
3 i it 1 volt o isheiC d line \wa
ni.t ideLinitela known, although
Bll' engineers had report
1 .11! the line w\as to tio ed by a
1 ., I m. i m aircraft.
He said there wotlld a l otno
,.0ljl'l!k\ hdv0 1'eii dadiulge' tot
thei airplane it' such ii contact
took place, but the report had
not been confirmed.
'IThe control tower at Nassau
International Airport has had
tino report of any such incident.


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i, BY NEGOTIATION?
; B MIKE LOTHIAN
I HE lFIGHT between the
i General Workers Union and the
t t Labour Ministry over the
n'i-' lnon' attempts to diversify
''; its membership might be
i settled "by negotiation" and
S' not have to go before the
A "':.t I courts after all, union president
t hdden Dudley Williams said today.
1t thir The union's constitution was
l 1Ct 'lnended to expand the range
:! u. ; iL radet s la d industries in
hi.h it could operate. the
.: iincdments were approved by
S'h "th Ministry on July 14 last
.'.t \-,::! hut the approval was
Sr ihdrawn on Novenlber 1I

tiled, .Kvel solicit membership
: '1: ; :: .i; :!t' trad ,e outside its
,a [ \ :.o A,'n.i; sphere.
c! 'A T I Ihe November 17 letter.
.1r ':' i lgtetd h Registrar of Trade

S' thie luniuii to amend
.. a | stltietion 'to bring it
i, i: c ronirlirmityt with the
n-i "al Relations Act." and
;' .!:i lithe Registrar was "giving
e,- .a;u ,,, : eaTion" to cancelling
*",: .\rdi t'" ri l-u itr'Ilon t ti the u tion.
: r \\ i, Ni i:t(inored that
; J.:: .,:. { }h S.isc hcibert 'his Xe: ,
:. i" \iti' perlnian ell sci retar%
S: Siitli w te Mr.
p, !iitms. referring to the
c,:r \,m!iber 1972 letter and
:, l thi llit "' our unicn has
,. : i d io e intr tat the
i,, i-; bloadcasting an.i civil
.t. tor which tyo r
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S ,, N \\ illi Mir S;H. ]I hie ,,wor lM
. k cl thde Mintistry to the
. 1, tIrll Court il' an\ attrle pt
Ia .rry out the threat was
:de
i i I tth Monday the a nion's
,,.e, .i ne\ Cecil V \V'allace
.. .. \S. I: ar'd nre liecd tC ,
'IA', It . h''). letter I ht .t tiney's
'ltie \\as a rebate, and inte t s
. . s ';:! pless release. Mt.

i l tit''i lI.I I'" s.til todla\
'. + I, i t Ic llet \\v;ti M r l'arker on
Ii::sdlt last \cek, and his
.:, ir esliot was tJhalliit "thoc' were
ii i Crid thiat l w e ihad stood lhu
i rtten tery. I we were
i :' ;'i p atpaed it- it' tol couIrt
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S MRS. BASCOMBE DIES
I MRS. i-lisa Bascoinbe. 81.
t' It'cd 7 p.in. Saturday at tilhe
titnci ol her nephew, l Dr.
K V \ Rodgers, on l)ean's
I .te. Ilhe wite ioft' the late It ).
'' '"'m st' Bi ombe, she is survive by
'' e: sister. Mrs. A\.I. Adderley
atd numerous nieces and
"K'1 ri1 t1 'phews, including the lion.
*'' t1Ke 1 sternal Affairs.
,L 1a' ,^ I u n e ral se rv ic es are to b e
held 5:30 p.m. \\','lin.sd.iy at
' thte St. Mary's Anglican Church,
c ibll: Virginia Street, and interment
w,.ard that will follow in the church
ttt t lie cemetery.




__ I .I I


ay, September 17, 1973.


FROM ASYLUM IN MEXICO


NO TAX HIKE BEING RECOMMENDED IN U.S.
WASHINGTON The Director of the Office of Management and
Budget, Roy Ash, says a tax increase is one of several alternatives being
studied to combat inflation. But Ash says no tax hike is being
recommended at this time. And he says this is not the time to raise taxes.
In a broadcast appearance (on the N.B.C programme "Meet the Press"),
Ash said at this particular time it would be difficult to put into effect an
income tax surcharge which has been discussed. Last week, presidential
adviser Melvin Laird said a tax surcharge is under consideration. Treasury
Secretary Shultz disputed that view.
SENATOR WARNS OF 'MOST GRAVE SITUATION'
WASHINGTON (AP) Mississippi Democratic Senator John Stennis
says it would be the most grave situation that's arisen in 1OO years if
President Nixon chooses not to obey a court order to hand over the
Watergate tapes. Stennis says it would rake a very, very strong set of facts
to justify him.
Stennis made the comment in a broadcast appearance (on the C.B.S.
programme "lace the Nation.") The Associated Press has learned the
federal grand jury investigating the Watergate cover-up has heard all the
available evidence, except for the presidential tapes. It is said to be ready,
except for that, to act on returning indictments.
JOHN MITCHELL WALKS OUT ON MARTHA
NEW YORK (AP) Newsweek Magazine said Sunday John N. Mitchell
has walked out on his wife, Martha, after she staged a series of violent
outbursts, and has moved into a hotel.
Friends, quoted by the magazine, said Mitchell has told them Martha "is
a sick woman," but he cannot bring himself to take the necessary legal
steps to have her committed.
Newsweek said that one time Martha Mitchell threw the former
Attorney General's clothes out into the hall of their apartment building on
Fifth Avenue and in another instance she tried to burn his personal papers.
The magazine said the situation reached a climax last Tuesday just as
Mitchell's lawyers were winning a postponement of his trial on charges of
perjury and conspiracy to obstruct justice in U.S. district court.
Mitchell was in court that day.
Newsweek said that during the past six weeks Mitchell has twice tried
unsuccessfully to have his wife hospitalized. During that time, the
magazine said. he also had a psychiatrist and his wife into the apartment
care.
The magazine said Mrs. Mitchell reacted with tantrums,
MOYNIHAN TURNS DOWN TOP ASSIGNMENT
NEW DELHI, INDIA (AP) Ambassador Daniel P. Moynihan has
turned down an offer to become a top assistant to Secretary of
State-designate Henry Kissinger, authoritative American sources said here
on Sunday.
They say Moynihan, now in Washington for consultations with
Kissinger, declined because he prefers to remain as U.S. envoy to India to
work for improved relations between New Delhi and Washington.
Moynihan cabled and telephoned his wife in New Delhi this weekend
and advised her to disregard reports that he might accept a High State
department host. the informants said.
"He told his wife not to start packing." one embassy source said. "He's
going to return to New Delhi and continue as ambassador."
The sources declined to specify which post Moynihan, 46, had been
offered.
Another senior American diplomat said he thought Moynihan's primary
consideration was a desire to remain at his New Delhi post until there is a
distinct, substantive improvement in relations between India and the
United States.
Indian and American observers acknowledge that since his arrival six
months ago Moynihan has helped generate an improved atmosphere.
Embassy sources said Moynihan's main goal is to conclude an agreement
with the Indian government on disposal of nearly $1 billion worth of
Indian rupees that the U.S. government owns as a result of past loan
repayments. Moynihan leads the U.S. negotiating team in talks that began
here in July.
ALLENDE'S WIDOW ARRIVES IN MEXICO CITY
MEXICO CITY SEPT, 16 (AP) A special Mexican government plane
carrying the widow of Chilean President Salvador Allende into exile arrived
Sunday from Santiago.
Hortensia Bussi Allende was met by President Luis Echeverria, his wife
and several top Cabinet members.
A government spokesman said she had accepted political asylum offered
by Echeverria, and would stay "in a private house in the city." He did not
give the location.
The plane carried 30 other passengers, mostly Mexican and Chilean
political refugees and diplomats. Among them was the Mexican ambassador
to Chile. Gonzalo Martinez Corbala. (eSEE STORY THIS PAGE)
SANTIAGO 'NEAR NORMAL' SAY JUNTA
PARIS (AP) The leader of the Chilean Junta, General Augusto
Pinochet Ugarte says the situation in his country will return to normal in a
few days. In a telephone interview from Santiago to Paris, Pinochet says
there are only a few centres of resistance in some parts of Santiago,
involving a few hundred extremists.
ULSTER HARDLINER FOUND SHOT DEAD
BELFIAST (AP) The best-known leader of North Ireland's hard-line
Protestants, Tommy Herron, was found shot dead in a field near Belfast
today. He'd been shot through the head. Herron disappeared last Friday
after a meeting of the Ulster Defense Association, a group of Protestant
extremists.

U.A.W. STILL STRIKING CHRYSLER PLANTS
DETROIT (AP) A two-day strike by 112,000 United auto workers
against Chrysler Corp. continued despite a report that negotiations were
making progress The optimistic note came from Charles Brooks, a union
negotiator representing Canadian hourly workers. He said both sides "are
working more diligently than before" and added: "Chrysler has gotten the
message the UAW is damned serious about working conditions and is going
to do something about it."
FOOD SHORTAGES 'SEVERE' IN CHILE
MENDOZA. ARGENTINA (AP) A commercial delegate of Chile's
new military Junta said his country is suffering increasingly severe food
shortages following last week's coup. The envoy is in Argentina to buy
beef, potatoes and wheat for shipment to Chile.
NEW KING OF SWEDEN, BACHELOR, 27
STOCKHOLM (A'P) The new King of Sweden, Carl XVI Gustaf,
assumed his throne and received the cheers of his people. The 27-year-old
bachelor automatically took over following, the death Saturday of his
grandfather, 90 year old King Gustaf VI Adolf. (.SEE STORY THIS
PAGE)
HANOI REJECTS U.S. ALLEGATIONS
TOKYO (AP) Hanoi sent the State Department a note Friday
rejecting U.S. allegations that North Vietnam has built or repaired military
airfields or missile sites in South Vietnam in violation of the cease-fire, the
official Vietnam news agency reported.
OPEC TO ASK FOR HIGHER OIL PRICES
VIENNA, AUSTRIA (AP) The Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries decided to ask oil companies for higher crude oil prices for eight
of its 12 members. The group's spokesmen asserted the demands would not
mean higher prices at American and European gas stations. They said the
demands are justified because of the inflationary changes in the value of
the dollar since the 1971 Tehran pact setting crude prices,.

ASTRONAUTS PRACTICE FOR RE-ENTRY
SPACE CENTRE, Houston (AP) As Skylab 2's travellers whipped
through their 52nd day in orbit, ground-based astronauts Monday
practiced tricky engine firing manoeuvres intended to bring the spacemen
home next week


Alan L. Bean, Owen K. Garriott and Jack R. Lousma were in good
spirits as they entered the homestretch of the marathon mission, heading
for splashdown in the Pacific Ocean Sept. 25.
They retired early Sunday and awakened two hours earlier than normal
Monday to start a rest work cycle shift that will have them getting up at 7
a.m. GMT Wednesday. The change is in preparation for waking at that time
on splash-down day.
Mission control alerted them at 9 a.m. GMT with a recording by a sultry
female voice identifying herself.as "Mother Earth."
"Good morning, Skylab. I'm just calling to tell you I'm anxiously
awaiting your recovery," the voice said. "I wish the rest of the mission a
very great success."
On tab Monday for the astronauts were extensive medical and solar
astronomy experiments and earth resources surveys over the eastern United
States. Europe and Japan.
Astronauts Charles "Pete" Conrad Jr., who commanded the Skylab I
crew, and Vance D. Brand, who heads the Skylab backup team. tested the
engine firing technique in an Apollo spaceship simulator at the Space
Centre.
WORST OF FOOD SPIRAL HOPED OVER
WASHINGTON Agriculture Secretary Butz predicts the worst of the
food spiral may have passed. Butz says in his view indications are prices in
the last three months of the year will be lower than they were from July
through September.
In a published interview (in U.S. News and World Rtport), Butz says
shoppers in the supermarkets are finding the prices of many foods down
moderately. He makes particular mention of meat and chicken and eggs.
Butz says the price of food may increase a little when middlemen are
permitted to pass on their costs to consumers. But he says he thinks the
worst is over.
GALLUP SAYS NATION VIEWED FAVOURABLY,
PRINCETON, New Jersey The latest Gallup Poll indicates 93 per cent
of those surveyed view the nation favourably, despite increased criticism of
politics. The poll reports only 19 per cent of those surveyed view the
country in a mildly favourable light. And 74 per cent say they view it in a
highly favourable light.
The poll shows opinions of those surveyed differed by race, education,
age and region. The poll indicates 95 per cent of the whites surveyed view
the nation in a favourable category, three per cent unfavourably. Among
non-whites, 81 per cent of those surveyed viewed the nation in the
favourable category, 14 per cent in the unfavourable.


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against Chilean unta Sunday to untask for highdecidedl historic Eire summit


By John Platero and Chris Angelo
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 16 (AP)- Mrs. Saeador Allende, widow
of the deposed president of Chile, reached a tearful and
emotional asylum in Mexico Sunday and asked for a worldwide
protest against the overthrow of her husband's government.


Mrs. Allende, frequently
with tears in her eyes and at
times almost sobbing, was met
at Mexico City's Benito Juarez
Airport by President Luis
Echeverria and his wife and top
Cabinet members. Mrs.
Echeverria wore mourning
black.
Mrs. Allende spoke briefly
with about 100 applauding
Mexican newsmen in a special
room at the airport while most
of the other 67 passengers on a
special rescue flight sent by
Echeverria were taken away in
three waiting buses.
Mrs. Allende answered
questions for about five
minutes. She was visibly tired
from the flight to asylum
which started when she left the
Mexican ambassador's
residence about 10 p.m.
Saturday night.
"He fell fighting for what he
considered just," Mrs. Allende
said. "They were able to record
his last words. He said he had
been betrayed and would not
leave the La Moneda Palace
alive because that would be a
betrayal of the people.
LAST WORDS
"Then he shouted 'Long live
the workers. Long live Chile'."
Mrs. Allende said she could
not venture an opinion on
whether forces outside Chile
had taken some role in
Allende's overthrow.
"You are more informed on
that than I." she told the
newsmen.
She said she last talked with
her husband about 11 a.m.
Tuesday.
"Salvador told me the
offices of the President-had
been destroyed and asked me
to leave the residence," she
said. "He said it was useless to
waste blood and that he was
going to stay."
The widow thanked "the
many people around the world
who have sent her condolences.
She said she had messages from
people who had met Allende
saying "what Allende meant to
them."
"Your loyalty has now been
betrayed. I am asking for
international solidarity. 1 want
to hear the protests of all
countries of the world.
"We know that many
countries have declared three
days of mourning, that many
others have held
demonstrations at the United
Nations Assembly which is
soon to open, at the human
rights commission, I want them
to know what is happening in
Chile," she said.
"We want messages of
protest. We want them to

EX-PRESIDENT TO

HEAD INTERIM

GOVERNMENT?
LONDON (AP) Eduardo
Frei, former President and
currently Chairman of the
Senate will be called by Chile's
military junta to head a new
government, a responsible
Chilean source said Saturday.
This indication came in a
telephone conversation
between the source a
prominent member of the
Chilean colony here -- and a
former Christian Democratic
legislator in Santiago. The
legislator said Frei was likely to
accept the interim Presidency
until the situation was back to
normal and fresh elections
were called.
This forecast was supported
by a report in the Guardian
newspaper of a telephone
conversation between
ex-President Frei and one of
his sons, now in Europe. The
son is believed to be in Rome


shout that Facism has taken
over in our country," she said.
Asked if foreign forces were
involved, she said:
"It is very difficult to
answer that question. You have
more information than I do."
She said she thought there
would be organized resistance
in Chile to the Military junta.
"I hope the voice of the
world will be raised to answer,
to help," she said.
As soon as the news
conference ended Mrs. Allende
and her family were taken to
the home of Allende's
ambassador to Mexico.
FINAL ACCOUNT
Mrs. Ailende gave this brief
acco:utt of what happened
Tuesday morning:
"Allende told me the navy
had risen in arms. Then he
learned that besides the navy
couldn't count on the army
and we didn't have any arms.
"About 11 o'clock more or
less, they started asking him to
surrender. The Bombings
continued at La Moneda and
Tomas Moro (the Presidential
residence). All the offices of
the President were destroyed.
"Salvador asked me to leave,
that it was useless to waste
blood and that he was going to
stay. When one person who
was with him asked what he
would do, he said "I'm going
to stay. Go away. Leave your
arms here.'
His collaborators left the
palace with their arms raised
but he stayed.
"He died fighting for what
he considered just. And I think
the oral testament he left-
they were able to record his
last words he said he had
been betrayed and he was not
going to leave alive from La
Moneda because that would be
a betrayal of the people. He
shouted "Long live the
workers. Long live Chile."
"That's what I remember
now because we were listening
to this in Tomas Moro while
the machine guns were going
off outside'" she said.


prices for eight of its 12
members.
Spokesmen for the group
asserted that their demands for
higher crude oil prices would
not be translated into higher
consumer prices in American
and European gas stations.
Talks with the oil companies
in six of the countries, those
bordering the Persian Gulf, are
to start in Vienna on Oct. 8.
OPEC also decided to back
Libya "in any actions it takes"
to support President Moammar
Khadafy's recent takeover of
51 per cent of eight major oil
concerns operating there, said
OPEC secretary General
Abderrahman Khene.
Khene did not specify what
actions OPEC might take. He
was speaking to reporters
following an extraordinary
OPEC meeting called to discuss
the erosion of members'
oil-revenue buying power due
to inflation.
The six gulf countries,
parties to the 1971 Tehran
price agreement, are: Iraq,
iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia,
Abu Dhabi and Qatar. Two
other countries involved are
Libya and Nigeria, but their
representatives will not
participate directly in the Oct.
8 talks.
Though the situations are
different in the other OPEC(
countries Algeria, Ecuador,
Venezuela and Indonesia -
prices there are sure to be
affected eventually.
Khene and Jose Manuel de
Los Rios of the Venezuelan
delegation insisted that the
higher oil prices for OPEC
members would not cause
higher consumer prices.
De Los Rios said at a news
conference that the OPEC
countries are only trying to
recover "excess profits that
he said the oil companies have
earned since the Tehran Pact.
The profits claim by OPEC
stems from a drop in the
international buying power of
the dollar, the unit of value in
oil contracts.
Khene and De Los Rios
declined to -guess what the
excess earnings amounted to.
Other participants in the
conference put the figure at $1
a barrel.


Many executions being


carried out by junta

SANTIAGO, CHILE (AP) The junta that toppled Salvador
Allende reported Sunday that armed civilians were still resisting
military authorities and warned they will be killed unless they lay
down their weapons.
At least three persons have executions of three persons
been summarily executed since accused of resisting the new
Allende died in last Tuesday's regime.
military coup, according to
official figures. Well informed
unofficial sources put the
number at more than 11 and
said another 3,000 are detained
at two sports stadiums.
According to the sources,
arrested persons are first
questioned in a small stadium
near downtown Santiago. If
they are accused of criminal
action, they are moved to the
larger national stadium in the
suburb where "the situation is
then serious."
"Many people have been
condemned to death and
executed in the national
stadium, including foreigners,"
the sources asserted.
The reports of executions
and a large number of arrests
have not been confirmed by
the junta, although it has
repeatedly warned that those
who resist will be executed "
immediately.
Helicopters flew over
Santiago on Sunday dropping
leaflets that declared the junta
"would not turn away from
executing without delay those
terrorists who attack soldiers
or carry arms..."
The junta has announced the


By Colin Frost
DUBLIN (AP) Bombs erupted in Britain and Northern
Ireland and guerrilla sympathizers demonstrated in Dublin
Monday as the Prime Ministers of Britain and the Irish Republic


conferred at an historic summit.
The most stringent security
ever seen in the Irish capital
surrounded the meeting
between Britain's Edward
Heath and the Republic's Liar
Cosgrave.
Heath was paying the first
official visit to the Republic by
a British Prime Minister in its
51-year history in an effort to
reach new accords on a peace
settlement in strife-torn
Northern Ireland.
The talks took place against
a backdrop of violence widely
blamed on extremists of the
Irish Republican Army which
is fighting to force the
British-ruled north into union
with the Republic.
In Britain, one of two bomb
blasts in the English Midlands
industrial city of Birmingham
seriously injured a bomb
disposal officer. Another
explosion damaged an army
camp near London.
SEVERAL HURT
Several people were hurt
the northern capital of Belfast
when a car bomb shattered a
tavern. Two Roman Catholic
schools were damaged in other
Belfast explosions which were
laid to Protestant extremists.
IRA sympathizers in Dublin
tried to storm the city's general
post office in O'Connoll Street.
a symbol of the 1916
Republican uprising against
British rule.
About 30 were brought out
under arrest, some of them
bruised and bleeding. Police at
once threw a cordon round the
building.
The demonstrators tried to
get into a section of the post
office used by the
government-sponsored radio
network but were held back
and broadcasting continued
uninterrupted.
u There was no official
indication of the progress of
the summit. But newsmen
waiting for a joint
communique scheduled for
1600 GMT were told the talks
were still going on and that the
announcement would be
delayed.
Sources said this indicated
Heath and Cosgrave had run
into disagreement.
Cosgrave was believed to be
pressing Heath for quick action
in setting up a Council of
Ireland to give the Republic a
voice in the province's affairs.
The Northern Protestant
majority see in the plan the
threat of an eventual United
Ireland and domination by the
overwhelmingly Roman
Catholic Republic.


FERTILITY DRUG

GIVES COLORADO

MOTHER OF ONE,

SEX TUPLETS
DENVER, COLO. (AP)
Sextuplets born to a
34 year-old Lakewood, Colo.,
woman who had been taking
fertility drugs were in
satisfactory condition today, a
Colorado general hospital
spokesman said.
The sextuplets four boys
and two girls were born late
Sunday night to Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Stanek. The hospital
spokesman said tie mother and
babies "are doing just fine. The
doctors are encouraged."
The hospital spokesman said
Caesarian surgery was used to
assist in the birth of the last
five babies. The six were born
between 10:45 p.m. and 11:38
p.m. They weighed from just
under two pounds to just
under three pounds at birth,
the hospital said.
Medical staffs from three
Denver hospitals assisted in the
delivery of the children,
Ted Wrenn, the hospital
spokesman, said it had not
been determined what fertility
drug Mrs. Stanek had been
taking, but doctors had known
of the pending multiple birth
for some months.
Stanek, 31, said the latest
X-rays and sound testing had
shown his wife could give birth
to five babies and possibly six.
"We're going to have to
change some things around
here," Stanek said. "You have
a lot of freedom with one, but
not with seven."
The Staneks also have a
4-year-old son.
The babies, born six weeks
premature, were in incubators.
Stanek said he and his wife
have a "medium-sized
three-bedroom home" in the
Denver suburb of Lakewood.
"It might be slightly
inadequate now," Stanek said


OTHER AREAS DON'T
By The Associiated Press
A WISCONSIN school ,slik.
has been settled, but strlikr
continued elsewhere in hI
state as well as in Michigan,
Rhode Island and Ohio.
Classes will resume Mondaj
for 1,200 students at ( i
Wis., following ctl ,. ,
teachers' strike that cl(odj
schools for a week.
In Youngstown. Ohio, 1, itn
striking teachers who haos
been out for 11 school days
were ordered to return Monda1
or face contempt proceedin'-,
But superintendent of schoIls
Robert Pegues said he si is
pessimistic that the tachcn,
would honour the court orn.,r
since they already have ignoi.,l
one issued last week.
I he strike effects 24.lW'l
pupils in that area. I he
teachers are asking an h p:
cent salary increase and j'.
protesting a residLncts itik
requiring teachers to h.
within the city limits.
In Wisconsin, the 65 (lich, k
teachers ratified a pact hitin
reportedly raised base p,
frontm 7,425 to 'S7,5) 00 :id
satisfied a demand it.!t
teachers pay a perce ntage .!
their salary rather than tl..
rate to the retirement fund.
Walkouts; continued
1,100 teachers in il '
22,000-pupil Kenosha dlta
and by 400 teachers in i
8,000-pupil Beloit district.
Little progress was iepit, ,
over the weekend in '.i
Michigan strikes \which affctl .1
more than halt a million pup
and 22,700 teachers. MX'nh,
was mostly at isuec except 1
Detroit where added dclmani,!
were for a cost i of ik hi
allowance and reduced cl,,-I
size. That strike alone invol s
10,000 teachers and 275.O0U
students.
In Providence. R.I., a
hearing is scheduled Ii
Thursday on an injitunc, n.
forcing 1,350 teachcirs
return to class. I he strike ;
the amount of lilt)ni.\
budgeted for substiiuiC
teachers' pay has close, !
schools for 23,000 pupils.
STOLEN FROM ZOO
CHICAGO) (A\') A 'hatl l ,riii
and a rare baby snow leopard. sail
to be valued at $o0.0oo. werr
stolen from the Lincoln Park /
Sunday.
The nine-month old grionll.
recently underwent brain surgery
and needs medication, police said
A zoo spokesman said the sno,.
leopard, a four month-old temiter is
one of less than 200 such aniniil in
captivity in the world


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Monday, September 17, 1973.


POWER OF U.S. SENATE CONFIRMING POSTS



Senate extracted foreign policy



commitments from Henry Kissinger


WASHINGTON (AP)
how the Senate can use


By CARL P. LI LI BSllRl -
The hearings on Henry Kissinger and William Ruckelshaus demonstrate
its power of confirming presidential nmiiil.iimii to extract commitments


or information from the executive branch.


EDITORIAL


A creeping disease



By Tll \\1 I)UPUCICt
IN TOI)AY'S upside down world Uganda under General Amin
seems to he more upside down than anywhere else.
Recently I was told by a man who lived in Uganda that before
Amin seized power this African state was a finer place in which to
live that e\en tle i ld Iahamas.
Almost every hday Amin makes world news with some kind of
mad statement and demand oil Queen Elizabeth II or Prime
Minister ldward I leath. Because his demands have been ignored
lie had his representative launch a bitter attack on England at the
recent Commonwealth Prime Ministers Conference in Ottawa.
Amin is so 'far out" that lie has won no support from
anywhere...and et ist of tilthe things he lhas done in Uganda
have been doce in a smaller measure by other former British
colonies with disastrous results ... not so sudden and drastic but,
nevertheless litheir method is a form of creeping sickness that is
bound .. Ii i to il many happy and prosperous
communities.

In its issuee oi Atugust 71h 'The Financial Ti7nes (LIondon)
published a repot bhy Charles Harrison who was until -..... nil
The Times corirespondent in Kampala, capital of Uganda. This
article was a oep it on da\-to-dav life in Uganda a year after
General Antim diecded to expel almost all the Asian and European
population
The sto\ ,qppcaiied under the heading "Shortages and
'Uncertainty" It would seem that the only thing that saves -the
inition from comltplete collapse is that the land is fertile and
jobless Africans have been able to return to the soil.

In h first three paragraphs IHarrison writes. "No sugar or salt
in tile shops, Mrs which no longer supply glasses to their
customers because there is no water to wash them up in,. a
noticeable number of cars with no windscreens, and garages
choked with cars awaiting spares that are not available.
"These arc at lew of the signs of everyday life in Kampala just a
year a iter tganda's President, (General Amin. announced his now
famous order fto Asians to quit the country within 90 days.
"The Asian expulsion was a principal item in tile General's
economic war, which has been the breaking of relations with
Israeli nd tlie sei/te of a large number of British owned tea
estates and businesses ranging from a ic til, factory to a
newspaper l:nd travel 'agency."

Here are some of the facts ,highlighted in the article
S'There are very few iinon-Af'ricanls to be secn in '.l.atla The
Asian population has fallen from 40,000 to 500. Thile number of
Eutopeans has fallen from 10 000 to less than 2,500, with the
numbers of British among them falling hfrom 7.500 to about
Ilit And. uf course, the numLbers contiLnue to fall. There are
10 million black Leuandans and so the few white or Asian faces
left in the country\ are lost in this vast crowd.
a A thriving touns! trade of 100.000 has disappeared
completely because there is no one in the country to operate
tourist facilities. Most of the mini buses formerly used in tourist
tours are either out of older or they have been taken over b- tlhe
Arim .
o Although the hours thit, bati ma,\ open have been reduced
trom It to 4 houiis the consumption of beer is increasing at the
.atle of more than eight per cent per year.
There is no shortage of water supply because it is drawn from
the vast lake Victoria but the pumping station is in a bad state of
pairi. There is a great waste of water from leaking pipes that
have not been repaired. Much of the trouble in the power plant is
that when anything goes off the wrong replacement parts are
tidered.
All along tile line standards have been lowered through the
inability oIf the Africans Ito fill places vacated by Asians and
I luropeans.
The tew African owlters of businesses seized by Amin and
g ien free to itmeni of his choice have made money because they
look ovel rich stocks tld for three I months they were not
required to pay rent by the government who have taken over the
properties Now theie is grumbling everywhere because the
,government isi exacting rent and the people are crying because tihe
new Afucaln owners have sliot up outrageously prices on what is
lftl of their stocks. The inew African owners have been dubbed
A li,.i Patelts lor trying to mattke fortunes overnight.
STlihe people are asking tor price controls but this is notl easy
bLc cause a significant number of Armyt officers have secured
icftrol of businesses in Kampaila, either on their own accountt or
thigitgh relatives and so it is linot easy foi anyone to get them to
cut their prices.
Stmini claims that lie lihas serious crime under control but
people are still robbed of then cals at gun point, even in central
K:imipala, aild robberies and burglaries are frequent

And so, there you are.... this is Alricanizalion with a vengeance
andi the results were bound to be swift anid complete.
tut hete iin tie Bahamas similar practices are being applied
..i, ,i, ,i ....and lthe nation is slowly buit surely being throttled.
People performing valuable services have been pushed out and
tmany aire leaving quietly. There are not nearly enough capable
Bahainuans to fill their places.,
A .... d many businesses have been taken over by boys of the
Square D)eal (Club either because owners of these businesses have
been pressured out by Immigration restrictions or have sold out
cheap because they wanted to pack up and get out while there


was still something left.
In mania of these cases profitable businesses have quickly gone
in the red as a result of the inexperience of their new owners. In
the process the economy is steadily shrinking and more and more
Bahamians are losing their jobs.

I suppose that many people today are wondering if there is any
cure for this creeping economic and social sickness.
There is no cure ... because the situation has passed the point


of no return.

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
I tremble for my country when I realize that God is just.
THOMAS JEFFERSON
******************
The season of caution is past when we are in the midst of evils.
SENECA


In both cases, far more was
under scrutiny by the 1 foreign
Relations and Judiciary
Committees respectively than
the o, ili,.jl o' f Kissinger
and Ruckelshaus.
The committees viewed the
hearings as air opportunity to
look into matters that
otherwise would be extremely
difficult to probe in depth.
Once the nominees were
approved, the chance would hc
lost
Ihe Foreign Relations
C rn m i t te e h e s i d e s
ascertaining thle nomnoee'
views on a varlet of foreign
matters, concentrated on
K issi nger's view o1f
executive-legislative relations
and on the wiretapping of 17
officials, including some of
Kissinger's top aides.
WON POINTS
It won assurances of closer
consultation on foreign policy.
And, after threatening to delay
the nomination, two of its
senior members were permitted
to examine the 1 BI sunmmary
of the wiretaps to see it
Kissinger's role had ended, as
he testified, with the listing of
aides privy to sensitive
material
In the case of Ruckelshauis.
members of the Judiciary
( committee were chiefllv
interested in tihe controversial
ant i-trust case involving
International elelphone &
Telegraph (rip.
WON Mll MOS
Some committee ilthers
held up the nomination in
order to win assurances the


panel could see WIVt th>use
niIemos relalint tu he II I
case, an assm uanlce tha itI wias
given after til,' lt.I ', ctl- 's erc
turned ,' Cr t > s cia!
W at e rga pa I t 1t t lar
Archibald ( i,\.
RI ickclshlaus t a- t ihiCiT
quickly i tio li iiti ,l is tih \, ,.
iMan to Al trne\ ( ,rneral ltiot
R i chardson, whose ownc
nomTination lan ll i t ifdsla s last
May over ihc Pn wt'xs andi
selection n: \,Ilt'tIatl'
prosecuit itr.
1'he x a it '.. hich the i
K issinger. Rki. Kli-iais aind
Richards, '1 ', n ,;!.itit lit wit
considered ': i , k, ti
h ea rin s i i s ui
a p p point l n it n the
controversial Siar.1 c'!,. ( t 'il
nI )i ina ti ns it ( Ic' it t t
laynsworth and (. ;ltill
(arsw, ell.
Rh Atl 1hN,) I it S
In tlti(os ., ls. tile
c(intirmation hcli ii;,. A re recal
inquiries into tHile jnij!ljIttions,
of appointees. I i\ ins', tortih f t l
(arswell maiacged to mi k.' it
tlirougtL tlhi J tfiiiiiur d
('ommittee. hul tric h d(ii) ts
raised about them itoptc'd
the full Sinlaic ito rtmectt lietm..
Itor all the itubhii, gicilen
the Kissinger r ( .
hearings, mii t nii mli hit i -, il-
through swith )'l\ '. iikcnt
questioning period
Somtietitic', s xwi 1: I 1 inner
Sen Jack '.1,11 ( R l. ,ii ..
named i I Jiinc ito i letiirai
judgeship. iltc senators. d n't
even ] ti -l n 111! h i) :t
cts Iifira liei dL' thc i i' Iiiiiii it 1
several hours afdler it wax s t iilc.


90-year-old King Gustaf VI



succeeded by his grandson,


27-year-old Carl Gustaf
STOCKHOLM (AP) Cheered by thousands of his subjects
and honoured with a 42-gunshot naval salute, King Carl XVI
Gustaf assumed Sweden's throne Sunday.


fie flew in from the royal
s iu miner residence at
IHelsingborg in southern
Sweden, where his grandfather
King (.ustaf VI Adolf died
Saturday night.
The 90 year-old King's death
automaIt tically elevated lhis
grandson 27-year-old Carl
(iG sltaf. tot the throne. Carl
(Iustaf's father was killed in a
1947 plane crash.
About 10,000 Swedes
gathered outside the Royal
Palace Sunday afternoon.
chanting: "We want to see our
King. we want to see our
King." Ithey applauded when
lie appeared in a window and
waved.
Naval guns fired a 42-salvo
salute to the late King and then
another 42 rounds for the tnew
monarch.
SThe new King and royal
family, all dressed in black.
attended services at Stockholm
Cathedral. As the\ did,1
preparations were under wa\
for the funeral of the lead
monarch. His body is to ibe
brought to Stockholm in a
12-hour motorcade Tuesday.
I u n era I cerellmoniets,
dignified hy the presence oft
most I-uropean royalties and
leads i t state, have been
scheduled for Setp. 25. Court
mourning was ordered for six
,x wee ks.
SOMI (CONI I xli\
I he death of the aged
llmonarch generated some
c mn I us ionI about t he

Suntiay. Newspapers reported
mllany calls from voters
wondering whether the royal
death mleanlt the polling lad
been called tit. Ratio
newscasts repeatedly advised
Swedes that the vote was oni
The King will be buried at
the llaga Castle, royal burial
site near the grave of Queen
Louise, his British-born second
wife who died in 1965
T he monarch was taken
from his summer residence at
Ihelsingbhorg to the hospital
there on Aug. I Sfor treatment
of a gastric ulceir He had been
near death since an Aug. 21
operation, but rallied several
times to the astonishment of
his doctors and satisfaction of
his people.
King Gustaf VI Adolf earned
the respect and admiration of
his countrymen during his 23
years on the throne. Hundreds
of thousands cheered him as he
rode bare-headed in a chill
wind through the streets of
Stockholm on his 90th


birthida. last Nov. I1.
X sportsman like his tallic
before him. lie played tennis
anmi golf until an advanced ageC
His grand passion wias
archiaeoIlog and lie joined
Swcdish expedition ii lal
annutall to probe for I trus ',L.I
artimacis.
He I was a British admntIa!. i
an,ish general and htui iici ,i
(iertnitiii grailt crosste'. n tt, if
1 enchi legion ot honour.
)ueen I i/abeth h I ,,i
Britain ordered the BrIti-,i
royal fain ll to w ear m ourn!'in.'
in respect foir the S\ tils'
monarch. Both Olill tusit'
Adolf's wives were British .miu
lie visited Britain annually .
I lipcror litrohiilo t J.iap.n
telegrattiined con'dolenc'esi t
tlie newi Swedish Kingi. lhi
Japanese imperial household
aigenc said the tili perlal ilitil\
will oliscrve three i l.' s to
Ifu e ri i Itguitin t I Nm'e! l.
thie ont l htindu kingdtte itt i .'i
world, ordered all it' ais ttt ,
closed or a d;i .. () liici
tme'ssas of condolenici'es tci
from tPresidment (;ova.inni I c'toi
of Italy and Pretmer Anki.e
Joergensen of Denmark.



11i I he Asso. iated 'ress,
S () I ) A is t M ti()N 11 \
St I'l I 1111 R i l 7th i t 2o otttli .i
S 1< 7.t. here t arC 1 5 da\s Ilt nt
tlhl \ ca1r.
i tll il il tsr in' tll" rs I in i l
date
I r0 72-l
1') '70 .-( IpIl' %\ arl.ir ru pt u 11
Joirdtai i I t Ce l King iS
arm\ and PaIiletii i
pr .1ipi t.itin a \s nrl cri sis.
l t t-- 'rs. r hlri' i l:t's Ilt '"i
tI St ism iso tort'e I t mi
liit istaN irid'.r i i North Vyiili' l!
onltl e %e t'll n iis tromii th ln i
hunrdcr.
I 63-rMalaii % i rra hreak i itt"
di iI ih n tia Sre l i.r 't1, \\%ith 1Id,,I I -iI


be ia4-s 11111 It Rnus s >i.1 .tl
ilncr iw'1 hIs ftili l i
I SI) 2 St ,viets rli % .l i il', ii
dtcnas d !,r retorga-nsitwl t ll




1Jwish tiT orism 11T11 is sun ai' ll,




rest-lit novsk in Russiat't Rusisi
invArhs l'\r 1is iitur ?- d i-e r .u / n cr is salcll ,
fIhrt d surrendt of trse tillilipn it
uliioll.


1934-l'nitela AustralimFn e'ati


wins general elections
I 9 o 0--TPro l amat ion o l
t'omoniealth of Australia is
federal union of the six colonies:


SENATOR WANTS


OFFICE OF


PRESIDENCY


RE-EXAMINED

i\ \ i\( I()\ f I (APl. Sun.
\ :iti, of M t ICal,'. ( Ih) inn.)
S. I' Su idti t lfit c 'realiotin (it a
-c' 'I, sioti I n rc-exsa ine the
oiti,, ti thie Pr' idtent in the
ib. m th V.ttii a'ltec scandal,
1 1' i ';' idi 5, sio) s
t.L; p11ll ose sliuthould he
t -i. iiice what has happened
ti' ''i toflice, whs it has
ti:. f and fiwhat can tbe
c it1 it ensure thaIt their
I;m'r.l. \ 'iiu s open arld
;Ie.'" ,lt;i)ii t' lheI C lnlcrlcan
pt ,ic i tif h ( iti ';ss."
Th!:, t sutl.
Il r, :'!))posal wts L I ntaIned
in tuilc speech it)r dchliers
Mt li,.!\ Ihe M rinnesota
I)e ii; at urged enactment of
a sotl-' n i ilmeasuires bolstering
( 1111' un.-^ olal power including
ont.' i't udiig tor the periodic
quic' i. i nlIll", of executive
hrw .11a tf icials \ Senators on
raiL itrLe ssIg t ot pending
n! iJ r. t i I hil it the
'ri'si .'t s war-titlakini n and
I' U d 1;i.1 t I pt U'i lndll ent
pi ( '.. require Senate
c( r ill :],it1 n m if ill Io1p
C'\C'-\ il i 1L1 branch otticials and

( iigtt ia i (imal Counsel to help
O I m 'r. s i challenge alleged
ill 'al executive branch
ac ti(W'.
'li .ljc., li o has been cited
y. ,! .!.'ntala 1 76 presidential
c'u ial .it said the Presidtntial
S ' S, i s i o itt l d
Cotii"' i1sni' eumbihcrs of lhe
I flu .i i it '' andi i executivec
hr i.t!tm -s plus distinguisshed

"Its ,ha'lcr should he broad.
is '"roiad as the needs iof the
i0 t 'ttlI I tor responsible
;. '-- nmu~ n~t thtadi te," lie said.
I lhe codillimssion should seek
.1 ltn -teriti viSew of how to
S-'tablislhi a working
tl'tsidcn' m ''s hin ch is strong.
legala. capable of leading,
t' t kt without dictating,"
nbla sald.
lte said it i important to
)" dlce lor an open.
i- t -ronsii C PresCidenc'v without
i's iiculaiiti: the of ice
"' Sihto wxex need relorim,
\ it.hi.it saidt. 'we do not need
i ;" !i i lifit ;:1
oe needf a strong
situlLnci' ''" hie said, "but we
-. c ti .ti uopten and legal
S s 't.. \. tivth strong
-,ii L"a.d s t iti)tect against
;'.. tith scs o)t presidential



TELEX WINS

$352 MILLION

MONOPOLY SUIT

AGAINST IBM

i I t S \. KI A. i(API
I' s' t.! i t;.!i .. I i i fi e sst'
S;i p. as found
'ii,.' \ i',n .t ,1 .onopolistic


I '.',1 ,' .1 Ithe ele \ o' tp.
,r ',.i dlo llirs in

.l I Iulsa-1a.t sed ilri. in
i : ,' iih.i t s ldted t pii\ Jt IeM'
.' :si;!luft n doll, s m la'ii.L-'c-s
i, : s c'.tli !i;j I 1 tradl seci ts .
Ilii\t ,.i. i.t fihred It' tirgl l

i' fti m. lrm hold lon lie
i :;' icr :icc ssor\ market.
.t 1,11 whii. lI iie\ sioui t.
tit' .ipittion was released bh
S.S district coutirt judge A.
Sl;'i'it n t( hristecnsen of Salt
Ise C (ity. wx he heard
i;ntit in the case for
nt' irt i xt tutontihs iarhler this

I1i1 aid I clex laie been


I cid rin over comIpetitionl in
tlh e'i.lronic data processing
i!titiisItr\ it rears.
I lec\ tust sought 1.2 billion
itlIars in damages in a stiit
ch a going IBtM with
imonopolistic practices. IBMX1
countered in a suit accusing the
I ulsa-based Telex firm of
stealing trade secrets by hiring
former IBM engineers.
T he opinion from
Christensen was mailed from
his office at Salt 1 ake City to
the ITulsa federal court where a
two-nmonth trial was held
earlier this year.


Commonwealth of the Bahamas Island


TENDER FOR TREASURY BILLS


The I reaisiurer heret i e, ed'u !L tiil t t lenders will b,: received on Tuesday, 18th
SeptCe iber. I9 3 for 1' r ,easur i,;. t3 i'tssuedi under the Putblic Treasury Bills
Act l qt)O and ithe Publclc Tr-a, h.ur. i 'l An ,iend!men Aru 1A 1-n TfithuIrsday, 20th
September. l ,3 a ..


Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars................ BS2,500,000.


):' ; and are .redclemiable ninety-one


T he i:' ill e in nini
I( ) I s I ro. le date i: tt ;i
dj1 di~ti, 5 fr i ip thft' d!t< ,+ i tt-is ,


i e .,.-i ... ;'. .': ': I. .'i .'- l tar. -\,Ltho,)rit Details of
will be niituiilcd t' ,i.. -,-:u l t.:ie. I, etterh of acceptance. Each
ulIt h'e in a seahl e in 'i r i 1 e r" aldres1e) to:


it ,\KI\(, ,M \\.Vth, R1
tP ,h ;.f 1 .i ', \cutiitrits

a:nd ,shttioiu -e hliered r .. < \uit;;>ut\s in the ).D. Sassoon
Bituidliiu ,ti' iK n. Sulii '' .,i IPo'.o;r L_'iv \isait; hetorce 3:00 p.m. on
Siiescity 1 Sltu Sejiletuinmb

Ilendhrrs It tisie I lcfc il s-p,.i i'- *ihilf lmatJy he ihibtticncd Ftromi the Buhamas
M lonlctar\ .Autih ritt ;i'cl 1ii. ( .itn;;'"..iti it'. and i'must hb tr not less than the
minimum lllmoit stlatlc'i ; ir. i; idtlrs miuust staIte the net price per cent
(heii :a nu ltilft >p f oi cne;t it t \ ii' ,t ili h 'e paid.

The I teaci-ir, r-,er' c '- tliic rifit tt -i't. i a i ir all tenders

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4


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.5


6,200 ships (20 million tons)

entered Bahamas in 1971


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BIG SALE


EDDIE'S DEPT. STORE
NEXT TO STOP-N-SHOP BAY

!7TH ANNIVERSARY CElBRATION


LADIES'
FUR COATS
RAIN COATS (CLOTHES)
SHIFTS
2 PC. NIGHT GOWNS
2 PC. NIGHT GOWNS
NIGHT GOWNS
2 PC. LONG NIGHT GOWNS
ALL DRESSES & PANTS SUITS
ALL SLACKS
BLOUSES
WHITE UNIFORMS
(SIZES 10.12,14.16)
PANTIES
BRAS
SHOES
BOOTS


WERE
$65
$30
$12 $10- $8
$24 $22
$16 -$14
$10 -$8
$24
__
$18.95 $16.95



$16.00


$35.00
$65 .00


POLYESTER BAGGIES by WRIGHT -
100% POLYESTER PANTS $18.00
100% POLYESTER PANTS $16.00
A LARGE VARIETY OF PANTS -
SHORT PANTS
(SIZES 28, 29 30, 32)
POLYESTER SHIRTS $20. & $12
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHIRTS
PAJAMAS


NOW
$30.00'
$12.00
$5.00
$16.00
$10.00
$5.00
$14.00
$10.00
$10.00
$12.00
$4.00
$1.00
$3.00
$7.00
$5.00


$15.00
$20.00
$12.- $18.00
$14.00
$10 or 2 for $16
$6.00
$2.50
$10&$7
$3, $4, $5, $6.
$4.00


AN ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S HIGH & LOW HEEL SHOES
MENS MATERIALS:
POLYESTER 60" wide, PLAIDS, STRIPES, SOLIDS all colours
TERYLENE & MOHAIR -ALL COLOURS
ALSO


WERE $25.00


$4. & $5 yard.
$4 yard

Now $10.00


ALMOST 6,200 ships with a
total net tonnage of over 20
million tons entered the
Bahamas during 1971, but
more than half arrived with no
cargo aboard, the 1971
Shipping Report has revealed.
The report, available at the
Department of Statistics,
Nassau Court, at $2 a copy,
showed that 3,136 vessels with
a net tonnage of 11,826,549


$9.77
Offered Price
As Of
Friday 14th Sept.


--=


I


tons entered the country
during the year with nothing
but ballast on board. Of the
total 587 entered at Nassau to
collect bulk cargos such as
liquor for export, while 1,006
called at Freeport to take away
exports principally refined oil.
Cargo-carrying ships entering
the Bahamas during the year
totalled 3,060 (8,305,421 net
tons), which 1,128 called at
Nassau and 722 at Freeport.
Ships classified as motor
vessels accounted for 3.320 of
the ship entries, while there
were 595 steamships and 2,284
"others."
Cargo was carried by 2,323
of the motor vessels, 108 of
the steamships and 632 of the
"others."
Eighty-one percent of the
vessels arriving in the Bahamas
during the year came from the
United States.
The majority of the vessels,
25.1 percent, were of Liberian
registrations. Ships with U.S.
registration represented 18.9
percent of the total.
Clearances from the
Bahamas were not covered in
the '71 report, but a press
release said "more
comprehensive coverage will be
achieved in the future
beginning with the calendar
year 1972.
MOON
Moon: Rises 10.43 p.m.
Sets 11.52 a.m.


ABBEY

INTERNATIONAL

FUND

zTh41


BARCLAY'S ESSAY

CONTEST TERMED

'GREAT SUCCESS'
AS ONE of the projects to
get staff more involved in
current affairs, Barclays Bank
International sponsored an
illustrated essay competition
on Independence opened to all
Barclays staff in the Bahamas.
The competition, which
carried a first prize of $150,
was marked as a great success
by the keen interest shown by
many entries. With the use of
illustrations, entrants were
asked to give a factual account
of the celebrations or a story
based on fact in not more than
fifteen hundred words.
Judging was done by Mr. D.
T. Angus, J. S. McLees and 1!.
G. Sands of Barclays local head
office and also T. B. Donaldson
of the Bahamas Monetary
Authority.
Winner of the first prize was
Lincoln Bethel of the Bay and
Dunmore branch, who
collected his cheque for $150
and was congratulated for his
essay. Second prize of $75
went to Freddie Cartwright
also of the Bay and Dunmore
branch. Consolation prizes of
$25 went to Elizabeth
Munnings of Bay Street, Larry
Ingraham of Bay and Dunmore
and Thomas Ferguson of
Freeport.
'HELP' BOSS TO
U.K. CONFERENCE
BOB KIMBERK, president
of help Ltd., will represent the
Bahamas at the second
International Training and
Development Conference in
Bath, England, from
September 22 to October 3.
The second International
Training and Development
Conference is an out-growth of
the first programme which was
held in 1972 in Geneva,
Switzerland.
The first conference brought
more than 200 trainers from
six continents, who completed
a week of expertise
exchanging, multi-nation
cooperative planning and idea
swapping.
The basic reason for the
formation of an international
training organization is that as
professionals, trainers have a
responsibility to share
information that will advance
the state of training with
others.


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FIRST PRIZE WINNER
Lincoln Bethel receives a
cheque for $150 from Mr. D.
T. Angus acting local director
of Barclays Bank International.
Mr. Bethel topped the list of
entrants in the Barclays Bank
illustrated essay competition
on independence.
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Arrived today: Jonia from
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Sailed toda. Joima tor
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Chairman of the Chamber's
Retail Committee, is
photographed in his George
Street shop with two of his
sales ladies, all three wearing
Ithe ('Chamber's new "Service is
my Thing" badges being sold at
cost of local businessmen for
use by their employees. Left to
right are Patricia Hanna, Janice
Weech and Mr Godet. (Inset:
close-up of a sample badge)
'Service is my
Thing' courtesy
campaign by C of C
TI I. BAHAMAS Chamber
of Commerce is distributing at
cost buttons reading "I'm (first
name or nickname of wearer).
Service is my Thing!"
Retail stores, restaurants,
taxi drivers, straw venders and
real estate brokers are being
asked to purchase these
but tons at the Chamber Office.
Shirley Street and Collins
Avenue [he name of each
wearer will be dymo-taped on
his or her button.
A\ although the original
thought behind this campaign
was to help instil increase pride
of good service in all
Bahamians serving the tourist
trade in any direct capacity,
the chamber's s Retail
Committee, headed by William
F Godet of Godet Jewellery.
(;eorge Street, believes that the
campaign should also include
personnel of shops and services
which do not ordinarily deal
with tourists.
"Of course it's important to
raise our standards of service to
lie all-important tourist," said
Mr Godet. "hut it's just as
important to give cheerful.
efficient service to our fellow
Bahamians To that end. I also
hope that as many businessmen
as possible who deal primarily
with local trade will purchase
these buttons and encourage
their employees to live up to
the slogan that appears on
them "
CHANGE OF PLACE
FOR WEDDING
[he wedding reception ol
Verilyn Dawn [irnquest on
Saturday, September 22, which
was to have been held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs Uriah
Cartwright in Pyfrom's
Addition, will be held instead
at the Blue iHill Golf Club, Blue
Hill Road.
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MADEIRA SHOPPING CENTRE OAKES H-IELD SHOPPING PLAZA


Fresh from the hand printing tables is the colourful 1974 S
Calendar by Bahama Handprints. Believed to be the only calendar
displaying Bahamian holidays, it is printed on linen in a choice of *
colours, and makes an attractive wall hanging. In keeping with the
custom of depicting Bahamian themes, the 1974 calendar
illustrates some of the highlights in Bahamian history from the
Arawaks to Independence. It is available now in shops in Nassau
and the family islands.




Planned Savings

with the Commerce.Together

we'll make beautiful things happen.


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worth saving for. The day you become
engaged, for example. Whatever the occasion,
you'll find that Planned Savings can work for
you.
Each payday, why not put part of what you
earn into a Commerce Savings Account?


Soon, you'll have saved the money you need
for that special occasion. We help your
money grow by adding interest regularly.
That's why we say, "You and the Commerce.
Together we're both stronger".


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By Abigail Van Buren
0 1973 im CMlce TrIbne-N Y. News Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I've been going with a wonderful man
who's been talking marriage. The problem is his 38-year-old
daughter. She's never been married and lives with him.
Her mother died 15 years ago, and she isn't interested in
,dating or going anywhere except with her father. This
daughter has never earned a dollar in her life. She keeps
telling her father he's too old to marry again [he most
certainly is NOT!] and he's taken her to Europe, South
America, to the Orient; name it and they've been there.
He is such a dear and generous man, he doesn't want
to hurt his daughter, but he says he loves me. and if I'll
just be patient, in time his daughter will eventually come
around to accepting me.
I want to marry this man, but I'm afraid it's hopeless.
What do you think? GIVING UP
DEAR GIVING: It's hopeless, unless Father tells
Daughter that it's important for her to start making a life
of her own because he's not going to be around forever.
Unless I miss my guess, Daughter might need some psy-
chological surgery to separate her from her father. Unless
Father is willing to go along with the above-mentioned
suggestion, forget him. "Time" accomplishes nothing. Peo-
ple do.
DEAR ABBY: My "ex" and I have been divorced for
18 months, and I have custody of our four sons, ages 5 to
16. My "ex" has unrestricted visitation rights which he
seldom uses, altho we're all in the same city.
The few times he's come to see the boys, ho just drivoc
up in front of the house, honks his horn, and expects the
boys to come running. [They do, of course.] He never
offers to take them for a ride. He just visits with them
while they stand in the street, and he sits in his car.
I feel this is degrading to the boys and have told the
older one to please tell his father that he is welcome to
come in our home to visit, and I would absent myself while
he's here. [The divorce was so messy, my "ex" can't look
me in the face.]
The last time he was here, our 13-year-old asked him
for his address so he could write to him or maybe visit him
there, and his father quickly drove off without even answer-
ing him. Needless to say, the boy was hurt and burst into
tears, and his brothers were upset, too.
The boys say they feel funny standing on the street.
How can this awkward situation be handled?
HURTING FOR THE BOYS
DEAR HURTING: Your 16-year-old should be suffi-
ciently mature to tell Father that it's embarrassing to
stand outside, visiting, and in the future he should please
come in the house. [He can repeat the fact that "Mother"
will not be around.] If that doesn't do it, since you're not
speaking, perhaps your lawyer could write his lawyer a
letter.
DEAR ABBY: I am a 28-year-old adult who writes like
an 8-year-old child. As you can see, my penmanship is
horrid! My husband is so embarrassed, he doesn't want me
to address our Christmas cards. I try to slow down and
write very carefully, but I find myself grasping the pen so
hard my fingers ache.
I realize this is something that should have been cor
reacted during my first few years in school, but unfortunate
ly it wasn't.
This may not seem like a very serious problem to you,
but it is to me.
Any suggestions you can give me will certainly be
appreciated. ASHAMED
DEAR ASHAMED: I read every word of your letter
with no difficulty and believe me, I have seen worse. Strive
for legibility, and don't worry about the rest.

Problems? You'll feel better If you get It off your chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 070W, L. A..
Calif. Ws6m. Enclose stamped self-addressed envelope.
please.
Hale to write letters? Send I1 to Abby, Box 0700. Los
Angeles,. Cal. 99W9, for Abby's booklet. "How to Write
Letters for All Occasions."


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REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FOR RENT FOR SALE NOWCEAgl II MIIE UIL
cl 161C C 11205C1126 C 11278 I I.


FOR SALE BY OWNER
4 bedroom 2 bath house
completely walled in and
landscaped 2 bedrooms
airconditi. ed. In beautiful
condition. Located in exclusive
"S6irley Park Avenue". Close
to town and all shopping.
Telephone 2-1722 (day)
3-4953 (night).


C11228
2 BEDROOM apartment
newly decorated, fully
furnished across Cable Beach
Shopping Centre, pool, beach.
Reasonable. Done 78025,
77238.

Cl11128
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
Yamacraw Model Home.

C11223
FOR SALE
GROVE spacious grounds
with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath
furnished. Asking $35,000.
SKYLINE-3 bedrooms 2 baths,
with contents-high class area-
lake rights. BaRama room, bar.
Only $60,000. See by
appointment. VISTA MARINA
Three bedrooms two baths,
furnished. Asking $60,000
with beach rights. Has bahama
room, enclosed area for dogs.
By appointment DIAL
DAMIANOS 22033, 41197
nite.

C11235
FOR SALE
1. Well-situated Nassau East
houses for sale from
$43,000 up. Three
bedrooms, two baths, etc.

2. Hilltop house near
Montagu Beach. 2
bedrooms, 1 bath,
separate dining room, etc.
$27,000 furnished.
3. Outstanding propetv
Eastern District on large
beautifully landscaped
grounds with swimming
pool and cabana. Four
bedrooms, three baths,
living room, separate
dining room, two sitting
rooms on second floor,
porch, patio, etc. 4-car
garage and 2-car carport.
$200,000.
4. Attractive 3-bed, 2-bath
two-storey house off Bay
Street and Johnson Road.
$49,000 furnished.
5. Exceptionally fine
waterfront hilltop estate
overlooking Montagu Bay.
Approximately 240 feet
of bayfront by 600 feet
deep. $340,000.
H. G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street,
P. 0. Box N8164,. Nassau
Tel: 2-1041, 2-1042
FOR SALE
C11236
TOWER ESTATES have
house 3 bedrooms. 2 baths,
sitting, dining and Patio. With
Air and Ceiling Fans.
Furnished 107 by 100. Asking
$45,000.00 and the price
should be $57,500.00. Bargain
of the month.

SEABREEZE 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, sunk-in sitting room,
dining, kitchen, patio, enclosed
garage. Landscaped fruited
grounds. Well and C ,tv Water
Excellent pressure Nicely
furnished with Air. All this for
only $42,000.00.

HILLTOP SANS SOUCI -
302 by 97, Old Bahawa'-,
House, furnished, rented. with,
three bedrooms, 2 baths.
grounds partially landscaped.
Magnificent views of Eastern
foreshore. Only $57,500 00


RIDGEWAY four bedrooms,
3 baths, plus maids quarters,
furnished, with pool and Air.
Spacious house for large
family. Gorgeous views and
rights to Sea Only
$160,000.00.

CAMPERDOWN houses on
hilltop, with pool, patio,
magnificent views. From
$115,000.00 and up.

CABLE BEACH Gold Coast
of Nassau. Have four
bedrooms, plus two bedrooms
totalling 7 bedrooms; facing
sea on a cliff. Good bathing,
gorgeous views, furnished,
spacious sitting. Patio and with
Air. Owner a willing Seller for
$135,000.00

OUT WEST beach rights to
Governors Beach. Has three
bedrooms 2 baths, main house,
plus 2-storey apartment
containing 2 bedrooms 1 bath,
furnished and two car garage.
Landscaped enclosed grounds,
fruited. Come see anytime
immediate occupancy. Priced
with reason. Have house and
income too. Price upon
application.
FOR THE BEST DEALS IN1
AN INDEPENDENT
BAHAMAS CONSULT NICK
DAMIANOS, we sell real
estate. Dial 22033, 22307,
41197.


A large residential lot 80 x 120
ft. Stapledon Gardens
$5.800.00
Lot No. 83 Sandy Point Abacc
comprising approx irmately
14,000 sq ft. Price $4 .000.00
Large attractive beach tot
Spanish Wells Price $12 .500.00
For information callBill'sReal
Estate 2-3921

C11224
HOUSE BR 00 ILYN
AVENUE 3 bedroom 2 bath,
living and dining rooms,
completely enc Iosed
attractively lands caped.
$46,000. Call 53811 (day)
31471 (niqht).

C11242

IV1PFL TRIAL PARK
3 bedr onon house, f urnist ed oin
large corner lot $32000.

1 Lot ,'5x100 5$t)00
Call 34 119 work rkiQ hour -

C1 i274
ONE LOT 100 x 100 on the
Eastern end of New Piov idence
near McPhersun's Bend on Bay
Street An deal hornesite, also
apartment -te on Village Road
93 x 124 Plr,-, already drawn
and ac' -ved for a s5x two
bedron-' to,.Iwn house type
apartment bmu rdinq Terms
Phone 429,t1S


C1129 "
COMMERCIAL sute Bernarirc
Road $12,500
Ocean front beajh siteSpDanish
Wells $12 00 ,00
TEN ALRE Tract /5-\haco.
north Cherokoe Sound,
Waterf-ornt m te LonIg Ra Cay
near Congo Town a r pott.
Contact Errol Kenip.
Lovely nomesites Little F_ xurna
from $297 0l0
PHILIP BROWN it ALTy
Box N-104 Phone 01213


PUBLIC AUCTION
C10977
Kirk S. Hinsey wil sell .at the-
parking lot east of the Ha rbour
Moon Hote! Bay Street, on thei
21st dav of Sept. 1973. at 12
noon the follow wing
proper ty
"ALL THAT piece par cel or
lot of land situate inr- the
Eastern District of the island
of New Providence one of
the Bahama Islands being
Lot number two (2 ) of
JohnsonTerraceSubdiv -sion.
Mortgage doted 8th Decernnber,
1965 Darniel E uigene
Knowles and Loretta Bl anche
Knowles to Fin ance
Corporation of Bahamras
Limited.
Recorded in Book 931 at pages
144 to 151
The sale is uAble. t to a reserve
price and to tne nqght fo k the
Auctioneer o- any perso oni
his behalf to hrd n to that
price.
Terms: 10% on the pur-chase
price at the time of the sale
and balance or; cornitelotr.
Dated 1 7th day of A gust A I.
1973
K RK S HI14 SLY




C1104/
ONE & 2 Bedroom .paitr--.-nts
Centerville, Ring 5 8b)7i- a- s
for Mr. Pritchayd

C11036
LARGE ONE BE OR (O0M
apartment, nicel frum shed.
$250 per month Call
CHESTER THOMPSON R FAL
ESTATE 24777-8

C11192
LARGE i oe .*. 'r ally
a irconditi 1 : u" ',hed
apartment $22' ;;. r.onth
utilites i' l;p P rimon.
5-8327

C11050
COTTAGES arnu apartments
daily, weekly or monthly
.airconditioned, fully furn i shed.
maid service available,.Lovely
gardens & swimming pool
Telephone 31297. 3 1093.

C6233
2 Bedroom, fur nisried,sit t -ated
at Joans Heitjhts, bouth . acth,
$250.00 per miontth. Phtiori
Nassau 3-4145.
C11140
ONE BEDROOM completely
furnished, airconditioned and
one efficiency apart r-nent.
Harmony Hill. Phone 3 ] 328.
C11051
ONE BEDROOM, turn ished
apartment, upstairs over
Bucaneer Inn $180.00
including light & water. For
information call 5-4616


C11045


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FURNISHED TWO-BED-
ROOM duplex apartment,
e n cl o sed garden,
ai r-conditioned bedrooms,
automatic washer, $260.00.
Phone 5-8512.
"1 1202
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
:)ne bedroom apartment,
air conditioned, wall-to-wall
carpeting. $200 per month.
Upstairs Eddies' Department
Store, next to Stop N Shop.
Telephone 2-2227 or nights
5-2294.

C 11032
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.m. and 5 p.m.

C 112291
2 BEDtROOM apartment.
newly decorated, fully
furnished, across Cable Beach
Shopping Centre, pool, beach.
Monthly, weekly. Phone
7802b, 77238.

C11031
2 2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
consisting of living dining
room, kitchen and bathroom,
basic ally furnished. Twynarn
Avenue. Phone 5-8185.

Cl. 11206
Untfuinished 3 bedroom house.
inr City. Call 5-4347 after 8,
p.m.

C11246
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartmentt nice location.
Tenwich Street, Shirley
Heights. Call Mr. Carey 5-3471.

(l 1298


0NL 2 bedroom n iouose,
fs wished, airconditioned, T.V_
antenna Mount Royal
Avenue. Tel. 5-8795 or 3-1914.
Available immediately.

C11296
EXECUTIVE home in one of
Nassau's exclusive residential
areas. One to three years lease.
$700 monthly. Phone 31273

C11287
FURNISHED two bedroom
one bath apartment near
waterfront with telephone
$195.00 Phone 5-8512.

C11320
TWO UN FU RNI SHEC
2-bedroom apartments Also
one store on Mackey Street.
Details by appointment. Please
do not call unless genuinely
interested. Phone 28086
C 11293
COLONIAL MANOR
APA RTMENTS, Collins
Avenue and 2nd Terrace 1
bedroom, furnished,
airconditioned apartments with
laundry facilities and
swimming pool. No children or
pets.
Also large 2 bedroom,
furnished, airconditioned town
house at same location. Phone
2-8808 between 10 a.m. and 1
p.m.

WANTS TO RENT
C11316
B R I T I S H H I G H
COMMISSION OFFICIAL
requires spacious house or
apartment east or west,
minimum 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, separate dining
room and lounge for one
year.P. 0. Box N7516. Tel.
57471/5

FOR SALE OR RENT
C11054
3 Bedrooms, one bath, Joans
Heights, South Beach. See
Philip R. Vargas, West, S.
South Street on Corner.
C11178
FULLY F URNISHE D
three-bedroom house situated
1st Terrace, Centreville. Easily
adaptable to professional
purposes. Lot 150 x 100. All
utilities underground.
Air-conditioned rooms. Phonec
5-8311.

FOR SALE
C11259
GOLF CLUBS set Wilson Sam
Snead 2 woods, 8 irons plus
bag $60.Tel 31244


Slazenger Jack Nicklaus Golf
Clubs. 3 woods, 8 irons, putter,
bag. Telephone 55666 8:30 -
4:30 ask for Mr. Willis.


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

C11315
ALL PURPOSE 32 Watt P. A
Amplifier Perfect for music P.
A. System and other uses
$50.00
Bell & Howell 12 inch Speaker
with 25 Watt Amplifier $75.0C
2000 ft. 16 mm Reels with
cans $12.00 Phone 3-1209.

C11135
CUSTOM BUILT TRAILER
for 25 foot boat. Especially
built to fit any boat with 4
jacks and 4 wheels. $1400
O.N.O. Phone 31642 after 5
p.m.

ICARS FOR SALE
C11204
TRIUMPH Spitfire, recently
painted, good condition,
convertible. $575 0 NO. 0
Phone 2-4756 8:30 5:30.

C 11300
1973 DODGE CORONET
with airconditioning, power
steering like new. $6,000.
Phone 5-7948.

C11311
1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD,
automatic transmission,radio,
power steering and brakes,
airconditioned, black interior
car in very good condition.
Phone 9-5 28571 after 42821
DONNIE.

C11136
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 GAIJAXIE
I Dr. A/C $1850
1970 HILLMAN MINX
4 Dr. Auto White s950
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA
2 Dr. A/C Green $5900
1968 VAUXHALL
VICTOR $600
1967 Cihevrolet Impala $45C
Trade-ins Welcomed.
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8




C11208
Notice is hereby given that
ELLIANA JEAN PIERRE of
St. Louis Dunord, Haiti W.I. is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/
naturalisation as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration/naturalisation
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 Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11210
Notice is hereby given that
SAUVEUR PAUL of Port
de-Paix, Haiti W. I. is applying
to the minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship for
naturalisation as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation 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 Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship. P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau


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Notice is hereby given that
SIMON S IMONE-DIT
RIGOBERT NOEL of
Port-de-Paix, Haiti W. I. is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/
naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas and that ahy
person who knows any reason
why registration/naturalisation
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 Minister responsible for
the Nationality and Citizenship
P. 0. Box N7147. Nassau


C11209
Notice is hereby given that
MARIE CLAUDETTE PAUL
of Port -de-Paix Haiti W.I. is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
tacts within twenty-eight days
from the 10th day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11304
NOTICE is hereby given that
VINCENT BATRAVILLE
DE LVA of Claridgedale
Gardens, P. 0. Box N.4061,
Nassau, Bahamas, is applying
to the Minister responsible for
nationality and citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizer,
of the Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any rear
why naturalisation should uno
be granted should send
written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty
eight days from seventeentht
slay of September. 197-3 to tt;t
M minister r tOonsibile oC
nationality and citizenship P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11306
NOTICE I, hereby tv.- r-ia-
ROCJiRT N. FORBELS (,o-
8 Mile Rock, Grand Baharnma.
is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, arind
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
17th day of September, 1973.
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N-7147. Nassau.

C11301
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOSEPH CLARK of Sutton
Street off Kemp Road, Nassau,
Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of
the Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
seventeenth day of September,
1973 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship P.O. Box N-7147,
Nassau.
C11325
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOSEPH WILLIAM
EDWARDS of Thompson
Apartments, Bay Street. P. 0.
Box N-3701, 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
17th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147. Nassau.

C11317
NOTICE is hereby given that
MARGARET CLARE of
Pinedale, Nassau N.P. Bahamas
is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for rn,., :rat.in 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
17th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsilbe for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau


C11322
NOTICE is hereby given that
MEYER RASSIN of Rassin
Hospital, Collins Avenue, P. 0.
Box N-972, 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
anry reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
17th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


.


granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 17th day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C11321
NOTICE is hereby given that
WINSTON MORRIS of Gibbs
Corner is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty
eight days from the 17th day
of September 1973 to The
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


CI I IJU2
NOTICE is hereby given that
JUAN ANTONIO VALENTIN
FERNANDEZ of Westward
Villas, P. 0. Box 5433, Nassau,
Bahamas, is applying to the
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship for
naturalisation as a citizen of
the Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
ot the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
seventeenth day of September,
1973 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship P.O. Box N-7147,
Nassau.
C11307
NOTICE is hereby given that
DANIEL JOHN JOSEPH of St.
Louis du Nord, Haiti, is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizehship, for naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 17th day of
September, 1973, to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N-7147, Nassau.
C11303
NOTICE is hereby given that
KO N ST A N TINO S
SALPADIMOS of Bay &
Elizabeth Avenue, P. 0. Box
3579, Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalization
as a citizen of the Bahamas,
anrd that any person who
kn roiws any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
if i s within twenty-eight days
'uomn tIe seventeenth dav of
September, 1973 to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11313
NOTICE is hereby given that
MARY McCORQUODALE of
Blueberry Hill, Fox Hill, P. 0.
Box N-233, Nassau 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 17th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C 11324
NOTICE is hereby given that
GEORGE NESTOR KLASS of
Imperial Park, Nassau, c/o P.
0. Box N4759, Nassau 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 :iot be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
17th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11312
NOTICE is hereby given that
ALEXANDER McCORQUO-
DALE of High Vista, Nassau is
applying to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
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
17th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.
Cl1327
NOTICE is hereby given that
WILLIAM JOHN of Maycock
Street, Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be


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).


I MARINE SUPPLIES
C1123T -
CUSTOM YACHT 56 ft.
Hand-crafted Honduras
Mahogany. Twin G. M. 671-M
Diesels, 12 Kw Kholer
generator, Air, Etc. Sleeps 8 in
owner's party and 2 in crew.
Only 560 hours.since new. A
real bargain Call 3-1423.
C11044
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.


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i 11326
NOTICE is hereby given that
GARDNER DULTON YOUNG
of Eleu thera Limited
Apartments, Bay Street, P. 0.
Box 5693, 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
17th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11331
NOTICE is hereby given that
GEORGE NORMAN
MACLEOD of Eastern Road,
P. 0. Box 657, 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 17th day of
September, 1973, to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau.

C11318
NOTICE is heregy given that
KENNETH STANLEY
CHAMBERLAIN of Soldier
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
17th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11314
NOTICE is hereby given that
SHERLYN W. HALL of the
Southern District of New
Providence P. 0. Box 7878 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
17th day od September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

ART SUPPLIES

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS I
C11254
THE LONG ISLAND
SAILING CLUB
is sponsoring a Steak Supper
and Dance at the LION'S
CLUB on Saturday September
22nd at 8 p.m. A door prize is
being offered, and dancing is
from 8 p.m. until ....

Music will be provided by the
very popular Band, "RANDY
AND THE REVELATIONS".
The public is invited. Tickets
can be purchased from
Committee members and at the
door. Funds are to support the
1974 Regatta.
WE GUARANTEE AS
ALWAYS, A GALA-TIME.


SCHOOLS
C11124
ENROLL now at the Nassau
Academy of Business in the
following classes:
Typing with spelling
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
.*Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Mathematics
Filing
French


C11264



BUY NOW!

BRAND NEW

1973 DODGE DARTS
BIG 6-PASSENGER 4-DOOR SEDANS

FOR AS LITTLE AS

$4"95


CENTRAL GARAGE
"THE EASIEST PLACE IN NASSAU TO TRADE"
PHONE 3-4711 THOMPSON BLVD.


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C11211
17 FOOT fibreglass sailboat,
sails, outboard, other extras -
all good condition value
$1400 want $1200 but offers
considered. For quick sale. Call
Friesen 28711 or 31615.


POSITION WANTED
C11105
EXPERIENCED GIRL
FRIDAY, seeks position as
Social Hostess, Head Cashier or
Public Relations. Write Box
5468. Nassau or phone 5-5078.


LI MEMORIAM
C11285
















IN SAD but loving memory of
our dear loving mother Mrs.
Turpie Theresa Burnside
Nesbith who departed this life
September 17th 1965.
Gone but not forgotten

When I stood at mother's knee,
With her hand upon my brow
And I heard her voice in gentle
tones and low
Left to mourn: Her mother,
four children, one grandchild,
sister, brother, relatives and
friends.
Daughter Rachael

HELP WANTED
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
and must have some years
experience in Trust
Administration with a
recognized Trust Company in a
Common Law jurIisdlLtion.
This is a senior position which
offers c o nsiderable
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


C11139
MANAGER for marine store.
Must have some knowledge
of fishing, skin diving, marine
hardware equipment. Must
have previous experience in
retail sales, stock control
ordering. For appointment call
2-8173.
C11267
TWO TAILORS, Bahamian, 1
Coat Maker, 1 Pants Maker.
Ten years experience. Salary
$50 wk. Writer: P. 0. Box
N-3405, Nassau.
C11323
SENIOR EXECUTIVE
SECRETARY: An
International group of
companies, requires a first class
personal secretary of
outstanding calibre, integrity
and initiative. The applicant
should be between 35 and 45
and have had experience as a
senior executive secretary in
business and be accustomed to
board affairs at an
international level. She should
also be capable of handling
administrative and social
matters arising out of the wide
and varied interests of this
international group. Reasonable
fluency in French and Spanish
is a prime requisite.
Details of qualifications and
experience, which should be
given in full, will be dealt with
in the strictest confidence.
They should be addressed to
ADV. C11323 c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N3207
Nassau.
C011238
AIR CANADA
MANAGER BAHAMAS

Company's Senior
Representative to plan,
organise, manage all activities
of the Airlines Bahamas'
Operation including Passenger
and Air Freight Acquisition,
Marketing, Financial Planning,
Customer Services Airport
Functions, Administrative and
I -sonnel Services Public
Relations. Must have extensive
background in Transportation,
Travel, Tourism Industry and
previous airline experience at
Senior Management Level. In
addition a vast knowledge of
Canada, its business and social
habits as well as experience in
that country allowing for an
insight into the Canadian way
of life is required. Apply in
writing with qualifications,
experience and references to
Air Canada, P. 0. Box N5,
Nassau, Bahamas. Replies must
be received by September 21st.
Continued on Page 9


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NELP UNITED

C'11262
RELIABLE MAID to care for
infant and two school children.
Call 5-6118 after 6 p.m.
C11280
GIRLS between the ages of 18
and 25 wanted to sell Black
Heritage Cosmetics
house-to-house. Work part or
full time. Contact 2-4175
between the hours of 7 p.m. &
9:30 p.m
C11237
BANK OF MONTREAL.
(BAHAMAS & CARIBBEAN)
LIMITED requires a Manager
for its Main Nassau Branch.
The Applicant must be
knowledgeable in all aspects of
branch banking with proven
experience in consumer and
commercial lending,
m u Ilticu r r ency foreign
exchange business and general
branch management. Previous
experience should include
management of a branch with a
staff of at least 25. Interested
persons should forward their
resume in confidence to the
Personnel Officer, P. 0. Box
N-7118, Nassau, Bahamas

C11171
TRA1 N SPORTATION
ORGANIZATION require
young man early twenties for
career position in operations
division. Successful applicant
should have High School
education with G.C.E. Maths.
Accounting or Clerical
experience would be helpful.
Applications should be made in
writing giving details of age,
education, relevant experience
and present salary to:
A DMI NIS TRA T I V E
ASSISTANT, Navios
Corporation, P. O. Box
N-7796, Nassau.


[ TRADE SERVICES
C11033

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Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS

HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
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CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
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MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
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SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2.3798
Airport 77434.

C 11049
T.V. ANTENNAS. Boosters
for homes, apartments an
hotels. Sales and services. Call
Douglas Lowe 5-9404 WORLD
OF MUSIC Mackey Street next
to Frank's Place.
C11151
SEWING MACHINE
REPAIRS AND PARTS
ISLAND FURNITURE
Corner Christie &
Dowdeswell Street
Phone 21197,
P. O. Box 4818, Nassau
C 11268
FOR ALL YOUR
GARDENING NEEDS,
Trimming, hedging, Pruning,
Beach cleaning, For Prompt
reasonable and efficient service
call 5-1044.


HELP WANTED
6251

HOUSE MANAGER: To
assist General Manager -- to
1 received and correct guest
complaints, arrange tours,
work with on and off shore
travel Agents, running of
I public areas of hotel
transportation and rooming.
NIGHT' MANAGER:- To be
in full charge of Resort
complex at night. Receive and
correct guest complaints, assist
Front Office clerks and
cashiers and Night Auditor.
R RESERVATION
MANAGER: To co-ordinate
with Travel Agencies, assign
rooms and room rates, take
and confirm reservations, assist
in Sales and Promotions, assist
Front Office Manager.
PASTRY CHEF:- To prepare
all pastries and cakes, with
decorating of same. Run
bakery shop, assist baker.
COOKS: To prepare food
according to menu.Apply:
Lucayan Beach Hotel, P. 0.
Box F-336, Freeport, Bahamas.

C6242
GENERAL TRADESMAN -
employee will be required to
take care of all company
vehicles and equipment -
including body repairs, spray
paint, engine repairs and
work at welding and plumbing
when required.
Glenerik International Limited
Yellow Pine Street,
352-8186.
C6241
One PURCHASING AGENT-
is required by a stable
construction Company located
in Freeport. Applicants must
have a minimum of 5 years
experience in purchasing repair
parts for all light and heavy
duty trucks, loaders, graders,
dozers and related road
building equipment by
Caterpillar and Allis Chalmers.
Interested persons should
write: Manager, P.O. Box
F-1641, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6253
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT. Executive
Secretarial skills, some
bookkeeping, personnel and
evaluation. Capable of giving
instruction in secretarial skills
and carry out day-to-day
operations in absence of
executive. Must have minimum
of five years experience and
able to work on own initiative
without supervision.
Apply: P. 0. Box F-1955,
Freeport. Freeport Secretarial
& Employment Services.
C6247
SERVICE MANAGER
required for General Motors
dealership. Minimum
experience required: 5 years in
the automotive trade, must
have complete mechanical
knowledge with good customer
relationship. Be able to
diagnose mechanical problems,
ability to direct and
supervise mechanical staff,
processing of factory warranty
claims. Apply to: Five Wheels
of Grand Bahama Ltd.,
352-7001. Bahamians only
need apply.


HELP WANTED
C6244
CABINET MAKER -
applicant must be able to read
blueprints, specifications,
measure and set out work as
required. Build all types of
cabinets, vanities, etc. Work on
own .initiative. Glenerik
International Limited,
Yellow, Pine Street, 352-8186.
C6255
TEACHER Typing, Business
Math and English. Must have
B.S. degree. At least 5 years of
experience.
TEACHER Shorthand,
Home Economics. Must have
A.A.S. degree. Must be able to
teach shorthand and have had
courses in homemaking. At
least 3 years of experience
required.
Write or phone Sister Mary
Alice, 373-3456, P. 0. Box
F-2418, Frbeport.
C6256
HARBOUR PILOT/DOCK
SUPERINTENDENT -
Applicant must possess
extensive experience and
ability in piloting vessels in and
out of Harbour, berthing and
unberthing cargo vessels up to
30,000 D.W.T. (20,000 G.R.T.)
Passenger vessels up to 26,000
G.R.T. and piloting vessels in
restricted coastal roadsteads-
no restrictions on tonnage.
Individual should have working
knowledge of Meteorological
and Oceanographic instruments
for the purpose of recording
various observations and
attending to the instruments.
Minimum certification of
competency by the board of
trade or equivalent as first
mate foreign going and should
be able to carry out the duties
of a Harbour Pilot and Dock
Superintendent in shifts as
arranged by the Harbour
Master.
SUPERVISOR ELECTRICAL
MAINTENANCE Applicant
will be responsible for the
proper maintenance of all
electrical equipment associated
with the generation of
electrical power. Includes
switchgear up to 69,000 volt,
generating equipment 13,800
volt, (steam, gas and diesel
driven) auxiliary circuits,
motors, metering relaying and
electronic devices. Should have
background as an electrical
engineer, with recognized
apprenticeship followed by at
least five years experience in
electrical maintenance work in
power plants or comparable:
installations (such as proceed
industry, etc).
SUPERVISOR ELECTRICAL
MAINTENANCE OUTSIDE
PLANT Extensive
experience required in
maintenance of sub-station
transformers and switchgear.
Must know installation and
repair of capacitors, voltage
regulators and electronically
and mechanically operated
reclosers. Must supervise others
and maintain full records of
work.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2666 or 3UC Kipling
Building, Freeport Grand
Bahama.
Continued on Page 10


Wbi UPrtbnnw


( CARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: The morning is fine
for making plans to increase your financial
well-bemng and to discuss with businessmen how this can best
be done The afternoon and evening bring you in contact with
individuals who can be helpful to you.
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) Occupy yourself with financial
affairs almost exclusively in the morning so that later you
meet with those who can help you become more successful.
Plan right repairs to your property.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Concentrating on personal
goals and taking right steps is fine in the morning. Later get
into the monetary details connected with them. Routine
duties should be handled later.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Contacting experts in the
morning and getting advice you need for greater progress is
wise. Get busy in the business world after lunch and put new
plans to work with vim and vigor.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Talk over with
good friends the social plans you have for the near f- ,'e.
Know what you want to do of a personal nature early ia the
day and take right action in such direction.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Morning is best time to work on
new plans of a career nature and then you have free time for
recreation later in the day You can engage in a public affair
and gain the results you want.
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) Seek public approval for
those new plans during the morning. Contact bigwigs first
before formulating ideas Show mate more devotion and get
better cooperation. Take it easy tonight.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Handle a responsibility early
and then look to new appeals that are beckoning. Take a more
positive approach to whatever it is you have to do. Avoid one
who has an eye on your assets.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Talk over with an associate
some problem that has been'bothering you and find a solution.
You have to put more thought and effort into a new situation
that arises. Think constructively.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Attend to routine
work in the morning so that you can later be with an associate
to make plans for the future Take health treatments. This will
help you in your line of endeavor.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan. 20) Engage in activities that
bumg you real pleasure and happiness in the morning. Then
take care of the work that is important to do. Treat loved one
kindly and get the cooperation you need.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) First make sure you do
those courteous things for your family before you go out for
pleasure and avoid a guilty feeling. Making your home more
comfortable and charming is important.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Morning is fine for doing
errands, keeping business appointments and then later you can
attend to family needs. State to associates what you have in
mind. Discuss matters with family
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY. .. he or she will be
one of those charming youngsters who will want to get into
practical activities early in life since it's the productive time in
your progeny's life There will be a great desire for learning,
studying and reading. A very inventive nature here. Give good
religious training early in life
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely uv to YOU'


Chess
By LEONARD GARDEN


(9768)
White's next far-from-obvious
move forced Black to resign in
this position from a postal
tournament. What was the
move, and why did Black then.
give up? Por full credit, you
need to find Black's best defence
and its refutation.
Par times: 20 seconds, grand-
master; 1 minute, chess master;
2 minutes, chess expert; 4
minutes, county player; 7 min-
utes, club strength; 12 minutes,
average; 30 minutes, novice.
SOLUTION NO._ 9768 -

Chess Soutwion
1 R-Q I Resigns. If .
W x; 2 R-Q8 ch, RBA-1 1,
x mate. If 1 ... B-Kt2I 2
RxBI wins. If I . .B-
B3 best); 2 RxR! QxQ; 3
RxB! Q-K1; 4 R(B6)--
followed by R-Q8 regaining the
sacrificed queen with a bishop
ahead.




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Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
To bid a grand slam the prob-
ability of success should be 75
per cent. Since going down
means, as a rule, the loss of a
game and a small slam bonus,
the odds must be pretty good.
Can It ever be right, then, to
bid a grand slam missing an
aoe? u::ealy not!
To prove the contrary here is
an example from a recent event
at Cheltenham, organized to
raise funds for the 1975 Euro-
pean Championship which will
held in Brighton.
Sitting East-West were Bob
and Jim Sharpies, two of
Brttain's best bidders.
West East
A K Q 10 *-
SKJ6 V A 9 5
K J8 4 Q 7 6
9 2 AKQ 10 8 5 4
The course of the bidding
suggested that the hands had
the playing tricks required for a
grand slam, but that an ace
was missing. Knowing that, East
bid 74. Why?
Here is the reasoning given
in Bridge Magazine.
There is a 50/50 chance that
the right ace is missing. If not,
there is a further 50/50 chance
that the opponent on lead won't
hold the wrong ace. Therefore,
the grand slam offers a 75 per
cent chance!
Though this logic may not be
perfect, observes the writer in
Bridge Magazine, the grand slam
was duly made. Perhaps the *k)
came down.
Annual subscriptions to Bridge
Magazine are among the prizes
at our -CongreSs, both in the
main tournament and for the
seven sepa.Rte Ooen Pai n, si-
alons. The seventh and last of
these events will be played this
afternoon at The Londoner
Hotel. Welbeck Street-W.l.


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14. Threesome. (4)
15. Dreamed up. (6. 3)
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19. Conifer. (4)
21. Put to work. (3)
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4. Entry. (4)
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Monday, September 17, 1973.


'Coins'Poitier wins second



round of Beck's Nassau


City golf tournament

By Gladstonet Ihurston.
SEVEN HANDICAPPER HARCOURT "COINS" POITER had
an excellent game going for himself and shot a smooth
four-over-par 76 while ousting Robert Velton by six holes
following the second round of the Becks Nassau City Match Play
Championship being played at the South Ocean golf course.


Actually. Poitier who(
opped the first round the
qualifier Saturday, iwith a
77 placing himself in the
championship flight had Velton
dormied on the fifteenth hole
when he was five up and three
to go. Poltier meets lan Masson
in the third round Satuiday
when play resumes.
Beryl tliggs improved her
game by nine strokes yesterday
when she shot a comnpetittic % '3
to lead the second round ot the
ladies' medal play division with
195 Diane shook is second
,slth 222 and Lileene Dean is
hbird four strokes behind.
Michael Rolle, 13 year-old
son of Bahamas pro Donald
"Nine" Rolle, controlled the
juniors with a coinniianding
90 yesterday taking the lead
with 177 1Dwayne HIepburn
lipped two strokes off his
Saturday's score and shot a Q2i
yesterday to hold second place
with a 186. Thomas Sands is
third with a total of 203 having
shot a 97 in the second round.
Yesterday 's elimination was
pretty easy for the diminutive
Poitier and "after the front
nine, I had no need to press
him (Velton)" he said. "I just
played calm to keep him awa\x
from me.' Poiter held a fiec
iole lead after the front nine.
Ie dropped one on the tenth
lut picked it back up on the
eleventh. 'gain. a bogey on,
the 14th cost him that hole
which Velton parred 11owe\r.c
the reverse occurred in the
I 5th giving hi- tihe -: rt. h
3oitier got one more oln th1i
S18th which lie parred and
'elton hogeyed.
Having gotlon rid of an
ailing shoulder, "I figured I was
ready for this after the first
round." said l' >iter. "I felt
ready too," he said patting his
left shoulder. Should the game
have been medal plans






AMERICAN LEAGUE
West DIivision
\\ I l it (,
Baltimore 1 5SS
B o s t o n I 4 . 1. 7
Detroit m S "0 0' S,
New York 7 500 1
Milwaukee -i 1 4"3 I"
Cleveland 4a7 :
East li)iision
Oakland S ', sh 5
Kansas Cits s! ,5s ;44 'b
Chicago 'i 40 14'
tMiliiesm,ta "2 -a 4q) 14 i
C'alifornia h w 471 I1
S exas 1 1', 4- 3<;
Sunday's Results
(lkland 9 1 I I
M[I\% ukee 5 !>etr,;
nlencland 5. H. I
Balitlurtre 3 5 7'c S rk 1. .
Kansas C its 4 t 'it. r tI
Saturday', Results
Cleseland 1. ii '.- L
Deirlit 4 tili l.
O ikland 3. l e...
Nei\ i rk 3. ii lt ., )
Ctlucago I I. \lns. ,., .: 4
'alihirnia 3. k.I '.
Toda s Gamines
Ne\\ York I 12 4 it
Baltimore i( uiiiiar I i 1.
pm.
Minnesota ii ori n 5 i .f{ Mi.as,
C(its (Busbv 14 14,. s 1-0 p in.
C'hicago (K.iit 14 121 it I e s
(Siebhrt 6 2).1 p.m
C'ahf.i rnta (%Ia\ 7 14i it nitklanid
(Hnltmianii 20 121. i1 p n,
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East D)ivision
'ittsburghl 74 So7
tontreal 74 s O1 l
Nes Y'rk Ii 40 2.
Shic.ag,' oi 7.'S 4 .3 S
Philadelphia 1s, h4 416 10
West Div vision
C(incinnati '>2 57 si
I us 'ilgeles So i4 .73 6 .
San l-rancisco ,s3 65 Si .1':
Hluston 16 5 5t. 3 17
Atlanta "2 -' 4"" 2
San ti-ego 54 -14 i65 17
Sunday's Results
San I rancisco 9, San Dieii 4
tlouston i, Los Ow Aiitrlts 2
('lnttinnati 4, Atliita .3 I 2 iin gsi
New York 4. ( hi. igo 3
Montreal 4, I'hiladelpha 2
St luis 7, Pittshaurgh 3
Saturday's Results
iew York 5 0. Cli'-.c I 7
Monitreil S. 'tiltadIelpia 4, tO mainings
Pittsburgh 7, St. I outs 4


Houston S, os tingeles 1
San I ranciscoi 5.San Diego 2
('incinnati 3, tlant.i 2. 10 innings

Today's Games
St Louis (Wise I 3 12 and
lolkers 44) at Montreal (R(gers
9-3 and Stoneman 4 7) 2. 6:05 p.m.
Houston (Roberts 14 10) at
Cincinnati (Billingham 1 -8) 8: 0
p.m.
New York (Seave. 17.9) at
Pittsburgh (Kison I 0). 8:05 p.m.
San Diego (Jones 54) at Atlanta
(Morton 12 10). 8:05 p.nm.
San I rancisco (Barr I 14) at
Los Angeles (Osteen 16 9). If p m.


throughout, Poitier said that
his score would have been
much lower.
Collecting six pars and a
birdie over the front nine,
Poitier picked up four holes
,winning the fourth through
seventh. lie took a one hole
lead on the first. Velton was a
little unsteady in his game and
collected pars on only the
third, seventh and ninth holes.
I he remaining six were bogeys.
I hough he kept a close
rmiec on Poitier on the back
nine, he was unable to erase
the live hole lead as he went in
tarding a 41 against Poitier's

In the other portions of the
championship flight. Basil
Smith, who heat Mike Taylor
by one hole on the 18th, will
go against four handicapper
Robert Slatter. Slatter under
similar circumstances defeated
I red liggs by one on the I 8th.
Iaking a one hole lead into
the back nine. Smnith wsho led
b!, three over the first three
holes picked up another on the
12th hole. Hte however
honeyed the 13 and double
'ogeyed the 16th both of
which Taylor parred timing th.e
gamie going into the 18th hole.
St 'P R l)RIVFS
Both had super drives on
the 18th but Taylor who led
,'f paid that unexpected visit
to !;e sand trap which gave
Smith the chance to win.
Matter, who is slowly but
s'irely getting his game back
t,.ectl',er erased lliggs' ts wo
hlIcs lead over the front nine
and birdied the tricked par
thtre I Ith to take the lead for
the lirst time. [his he dropped
,n thie 12th hole with a double
bige as the score remained
even through the 13th which
both parred.
lliggs' biggest mistake was a
double bogey on the 14th
Shich gave Slatter's birdie a
one hole lead Higgs was two
down n tlhe Ilhth following
another birdie by Slatter.
S la tetcr's birdie was
complimented by a 30 foot
putt. thoughh he clipped one
hole ,I1 the lead parring the
17th hule. !!iggs w.is unable to
get that birdie on the 18th
which would have tied them
forcing a pla toff. I'hey parred
the last hole.
"('uICondole nces." offered
ligges to Ia\ lo "It's a hard
way to lose.
BI(;t,SI S PSI 1N
perhaps was the
biggest up set t the day was
when 13 handicapper Sterling
Quant eliminated veteran
golfer Willie Patton. Playing
consistently throughout.
Quant, the Bahamas
I federation ) Anmateur Sports
Sportsman of the Year held off
Patton aind t k a one hole
lead ocr the tront nine. Ilis
consistency continued )over the
treacherous back nine on the
16th hole '.hclien he was three
up with two to go Quant, an
A Lighter. meets '. Wallace in
the third riounld.
lvan Jamles an off and on
golfer playnti in the C.Flight
was very pleased with his game
"knowing that my opponent
thought that I Ias no match "
I e kept R t ( ola (pen winner
Sam Hall in check throughout
1 8 holes finally blowing the
game in the playoff which
ended on the first hole.
"I figured somewhere along
the line I would blew because
he was playing too super,"
noted James. Playing off mere
ability, "as long as I can swing
a club I can prove to be
tough," said James.
I rratic playing by Itall over
the final five of the ront nine
cost him a four hole lead
which he never regained.
The following is the pairing
for Saturday's third round:
C('hamipionship 'light: tH.
Poitier v 1. Masson: B Smith v
B. Slatter. A Flight T. Blum v
R. I)uiont: S, Quant v M.
Wallace. B. 1 light M. Lockhart
v J. Butler: W. Stirling v G.
Summers. ('. Flight: M.


Wolstencroft v J. Fowle; 1.
Lever v S. Hall. D. Flight: U.
Sawyer v G(;. Cash: J. Major v F.
Chandler. E. Flight: R.
McMillian v L. Jenkinson; F.
Flight: C. Cooper v D.
McNeilly: A. Aitken v G.Ellis.
(G. Flight: F. IFarrington v R.
Dunning; B. Bonaparte v P.
Sargeant. H. Flight: P. Barr v
B. Hopkins; D. Brockman v M.
Braisted. I. Flight: A. Stewart
(partner not yet picked)


HARCOURT "COINS"F
... on his game agair


SOFTBALL

ROUNDUP
RIGHT FIELDER A
Johnson drove in thr
with a line drive do
Pabst Beer's nine run
inning as they overcame
deficit defeating
Trucking 12-2 in
action Saturday a
Southern Recreation G
After taking a 2
inning lead on rbi's b;
Clarke and D.
competent fielding
Brewers and sound pitch
winning hurler Harold
kept Taylor Trucking s
for the remaining four
of the five innings
White collected four str
and issued one base c
along the route.

Second baseman
Wright on a triple and
knocked in four ru
scored one but in a
cause. Vernon Johnsc
single itn the bottom
seventh and final inni
Customs a Q-8 edge Sat
the Southern Re
(Grounds.
The Stoppers whi
behind 8-0 came up \
runs in the top of the
and two in the seventh
the gamTe.
David Johnson took
and Kenneth Mc('artni
the loss.

Schlit/ Beer in an
attack stopped Jet S
behind the three run
right fielder Nelly Brice
Taking the lead 4-0
first inning, Schlitz sco
in the second and five
third tor victory. Jet Se
one in the first one
fourth and two in the fi


Billie lean \

to silence R

HOtUS IFON (At) T
tennis battle with Bobby
not the battle of the se
Billie Jean King.
"It's not really> man vs.
said the 29 year-old toi
tennis pro. "It's King vs.
just plan to prove that I
im ."
Mrs King arrived in
Sunday for her Thursdai
with Riggs and also to part
the 30.000 dollar Virgim
tennis tournament which
Monday .
Mrs. King was schedule
Cynthia Doerner of Austr
afternoon match in the
Slims tourneti If she wini
play in a second round m.
in the day, and if she takes
will not hbe scheduled to
more until Friday, leaving
to concentrate on the Rigg
Losing the match with
never entered her mind.
and the sometimes
publicity surrounding it
bother her either
"I like the big game." sh
like the idea of being par
event like this It turns
love it. I thrive on it. It'
have a stage and the dramai
with a match like this I
great.
When Riggs defeated
Court in a similar affair
some fans said he psyched
Mrs King said she is not I
the same fate.
"Maybe he catn psi-ch
out," she said "l'verbid
once. All the great champ
at one time or anoth
human, just like themr"
Mrs King was fo


withdraw from the U.S
week ago because of a vir
says she's fine now -
"I don't have leukemia,
or hypoglycemia," she s
you will see, I'm fine, fe
While a proponent of
liberation. Mrs. King
doesn't see her match with
meaning much to that hatt
"The whole purpose oft
is entertainment. It doesn
if I hit the ball at 70 mile
or 40. All that's important
the match is going to be
and entertaining.
"But it's also going to
for women's tennis and fo
athletes "

RIGGS FAVOURITE 1
RENO, NEVADA
Bookies here have e<
tennis' aging Bobby Riggs
favourite to win the bati
sexes tennis match next
in Houston.


Blue Marlins shock Classic



y 'Pros in their debut 25-13

THE CLASSIC PROS in their debut game in the Bahamas
W American Football Association, came expecting the Marlins two
power runners, Ricky Thompson and Godfrey Roberts, up the
middle and an occasional short pass from Andy Key to his tight
end.
At first the game plan held Crushers featuring QB Philip
S true as they held the Marlins Grant and fleetfooted wide
scoreless while Lloyd receiver John Martin take on
Turnquest picked off an Andy the AID Stingrays who lost
Key short pass and returned it unimpressively to the Jets 45-6
45 yds. for a TD. Starting QB in the season opener.
Alfred Forbes then ran over for SCORING SHEET
the point after giving the Pros a MARLINS
quick 7-0 lead. Ricky Thompson, 5 yard
On the opening play of the run, (kick failed) 6
second quarter Andy Key sent Ricky Thompson, 4 yard
fullback Ricky Thompson run, (Roberts kick) 7
crashing through the Pros Donald Sweeting, 23 yard
defense for 14 yds., on the run, (kick fail) 6
POITIER next play with the Pros Ricky Thompson, I yard
n. carefully protecting the middle run, (kick failed) 0
Key sent speedy halfback TTAL 25
Donald Sweeting on a power TOTAL 25
sweep around left end 28 yds., CLASSIC PROS
to give the Marlins first and Lloyd Turnquest, Interception,
goal at the eight. 45 yard return,
Two plays later Rickey (Forbes run) 7
knthony Thompson swept 5 yds. around Whitney Rolle, 8 yard
ee runs the left end for the Marlins run, (run failed) 6
ruble in first score. The kick by TOTAL 13
fourth Roberts was blocked, However,
ie a 2-0 a now fired up Marlins defense Lt
Taylor spelt doom and frustration for u0 u t earners
softball the Pros' Quarterbacks Rodgers
it the and Forbes who spent most of
;rounds. the last three quarters being n S
-.0 first dragged down for big losses. i 1 0 t
v Lester 4 SCORING DRIVES
Tavlor, In addition to the running of
by the Sweeting (14 carries for 117
ching by yds) and Thompson ( 19 FULL CO-OPERATION FR(
d White carries for 74 yds) the Marlins dynamic skipper needs fund
scoreless four other scoring drives were played as a team for over six y
innings kept alive or set tip by mistakes to this situation and with six
contest, by both the Pros offense and themselves in a commanding
ike outs defense. Association's pennant for the fi
on balls The Pros gave the Marlins Not at all surprised at the
the ball every way possible 3 Southerners' game this season,
fumbles, unsportsmanlike "all we needed was
Brvan conduct, personal fouls, togetherness," commented
a single roughing the kicker and skipper George Deveaux. "The
ns and interceptions. material has always been here."
losing The Marlins partially repaid "I think our performance
on's rbi the Pros for their kindness by was due to the co-operation
of the giving them the ball on thei 3yd that the team gave to the
ng gave line early in the third quarter. skipper. Co-operation that was
urday at The Marlins faced with a 4th not given in previous seasons,"
creation and 12 at their own 37 sent pointed out vice skipper Peter
Ray Wrice in to punt On the Hall.
o were snaps the ball sailed past Wrice The defending knockout
with six was finally nailed at his own series champions with George
fourth three yd line where the Pros Ferguson bagging four wickets
h timing took over, After three plays for 16 runs and Deveaux taking
and two penalties Whitney another three for 12 runs
the win Rolle sped 5 yds. around left mowed down the Lawmen who
ey took and for their final score. declared at 63 for nine after
NEXT GAMES two hours and fifteen minutes
Alfred 'Forbes, Cleve of play.
11 hit Rodgers and their offensive 48-RUN LEAD
et 11-4 line have two weeks to prepare In the remaining two hours
bat of for the Hlurricanes in Freeport. and fiftythree minutes of play,
The Marlins do not have that the Southerners took a 48-run
in the luxury they face the Jets lead scoring III for the loss of
red two Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. eight wickets. Ferguson was 30
e in the Their chances of upsetting the not out. James Peterson also
t scored Jets is very likely due to the scored 30.
in the fact that the Jets will operate I however, the Police still
fth without the services of their have a chance to upset the
MVP quarter back Godwin Southerners' march for the
i Blyden, w ho injured his knee championship should they
Iaim in the season opener while come back next week in the
t completing 10 to 12 passes, second day's play and win
5g5gS five for touchdowns. Jesse outright. This would give
Ferguson is expected to start at defending champions St.
hursday's QB for the Jets. Bernards the edge. "I don't
Riggs is On Sunday at 1:30 the have any doubt that it can go
Xes, says hard-hitting 8 Mile Rock any other way," said Deveaux
woman," DOLPHINS WIN OPENER confidently.
p women MIAMI (Al') Gary Yepremian Ilaving won the toss, the
. Riggs. I kicked a 45 yard field goal. one of Police sent in Ivan Taylor and
can beat four in the game, in the fourth
quarter Suniday to break a I3 13 tie Jernruthl Thompson to face the
toustn and lead the struggling Miami bowing of Tyrone "Tack"
m ophit to a 21t13 Nationial Thompson and John Deveaux.
icipate in victory over San t ranciscit. That pair was good enough for
nha Slims . .... only 20 runs when Thompson
h-. pens FOXBORO, MASSACkIltSI+tTTS had Taylor bowled for two.
(APl) ButTfalo's J. Simpson set
d to face a National Football League rushing With the score still standing,
alia in an record by gaining 250 yards Sunday Deveaux rattled Thompson's
Virginia in sparking the bills to a 31-13 stum for 17
s she will victory over the New England tumps or 1 .
watch later Patriots in their 1973 opener. Sidney Deveaux joined
that on


That one
play any
g her free
;s' match.
Riggs has
she said,
carnival
doesn't
le said "I
t of a big
me oiI I
s great to
i involved
think it's
Margaret
last y ear,
her out.
fearful of
Himself
y chokes
ions have
ier. He's
reed to
Open a
is but she
hepatitis
said. "As
el great."
women's
said she
hRiggs as
le.
this thing
't matter
s an hour
nt is that
exciting

do a lot
)r women


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as an 8-5
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Bernards show strength

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
OM HIS TEAM MEMBERS, especially if they are competent, is all a
damentally to steer his side to championship honours. Having
rears, the Southerners Cricket Club have finally adapted themselves
points attained from the Police Royals on Saturday have placed
61-point position to ready to clinch the 1973 Bahamas Cricket
rst time.


skipper Edmund Lewis in an
impressive third wicket
partnership but when George
Deveaux and Ferguson took
the ball for the Southerners.
the Police began a
downward trend.
Lewis, who top scored with
26, went to Ferguson as the
Lawmen's fourth wicket for 55
runs. Three more wickets fell
for the addition of only one
run. Frank Ellis had six and
was not out as the final wickets
fell for seven runs.
The Southerners overcame a
slight lapse in their batting
when they were down two for
ten. James Peterson and Cedric
Laing, however, pulled them to
a strong 60 for three.
Frank Ellis' bowling began
to tell the tale on the
Southerners who lost three
wickets for an addition of only
six more runs. Ferguson stood
strong against the attack of the
Police and watched as Ivan
Taylor handled his team-mates
taking three for five runs in


two overs. Filis in six overs
gave up 35 runs.

DI F NI )INi, champions St.
Bernards Cricket Club with
two more matches to, play
jumped on St. Agnes Cricket
Club for a commanding 92-run
*second innings lead behind the
batting of skipper James
Woods and the pace bowling of
.Eddie Ford.
Woods knocked a total of
seven boundaries in the Saints
first innings total of 101 all
out, and Ford bagged four
wickets for 20 runs as they
proceeded to knock down St.
Agnes for 43. Francis Scott
aided St. Agnes' downfall
taking three wickets for three
Returning in the second
innings St. Bernards were 34
for two at the close of play. D.
Woods had 22 not out.
ROSEMARY CASALS WINS
ST. LOUIS (AP) l:avourita
Rosemary Casals defeated
Australia's Karen Krantzcke. 6-4,
6-7, 6-0, Sunday to win the St.
Louis women's international
professional tennis tournament.


GRAND BAHAMA



CLASSIFIED

HELP WANTED I HELP WANTED

C6258 C6259
1- KITCHEN PORTER: Todhunter Mitchell has
Applicant must have past vacancy for female bottle line
experience in similar position. workers Applicants must have
Will be responsible for the experience in operating high
cleaning of Kitchen and speed bottling line.
disposal of garbage. Police Bahamians only need apply to:
Certificate is required Box F-2444, Freeport.
Applicants should apply to: C6260
Personnel Department,
Bahamas Amusements Limited, AIRCRAFT LOADERS
El Casino, CO-ORDINATORS Are needed
P. O. Box F-787, for Grand Bahama Caterers
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Ltd., at least 3 years
6243 experience in airline catering
C6243 and co-ordination necessary.
ELECTRICAL SUPERIN- Also knowledge of ramp
TENDENT estimator for procedures, operating Hi-Lift
industrial and commercial, trucks, correct handling of
supervise jobs, layout and aircraft and aircraft in flight
purchase materials, know service equipment.
Canadian Code, locate jobs, 10 Apply to:Grand Bahama
years experience, college Caterers Ltd., P. 0. Box
degree or equivalent. F-1943, Freeport, Grand
Glenerik International Limited, Bahama, Phone 352-7391.
Yellow Pine Street, 352-8186.
---------------C6245
C6246 BOOKKEEPER/SECRETARY
1 ADMINISTRATIVE for Tour Company with
ASSISTANT SALES & minimum of two years
PROMOTIONS: To promote experience; certificate for
overseas sales, particularly operation of N.C.R. 3300
retail sales through travel Bookkeeping Machine; ability
agents. Co-ordinate on-island to handle Accounts Payable,
and overseas promotions with Accounts Receivable, Payroll
other members of the Bahamas and all related procedures,
tourist industry and produce including Trial Balance.
required publicity to release to Applicant should also have
the travel trade media. The practical experience concerning
individual should have several Tour and Travel Agencies.
years background in the travel Shorthand and Typinq
industry with valuable contacts essential. Six days $150.00.
in this field, i.e., overseas Bahamians only need apply in
association and convention writing to: P.O. Box F-2672,
planners, retail and wholesale Freeport.
agents, particularly in the
Canadian market. The C6254
individual should also be an EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
experienced travel writer with with previous experience and
contacts in the travel trade possessing skills in typing and
media, in order to obtain the shorthand;
required publicity for RECEPTIONIST/TYPIST with
Freeport/Lucaya. Three cordial personality, neat
references and Police appearance and good typing
Certificate required. Applicants skills; alsp, MALE CLERICAL
should apply in writing or in HELP, must have driver's
person to: Mr. Albert J. Miller, license.
Chairman, Freeport/lucaya Please apply: Freeport
Tourist & Convention Board, Secretarial & Employment
P.O. Box 650, Freeport, Grand Services, P. 0. Box F-1955,
Bahama. Freeport.


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