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Wednesday. September 19.1973.
HELP WANTED
C11280
GIRLS between the ages of 18
and 25 wanted to sell Black
Heritage Cosmetics
house-to-house. Work part or
full time. Contact 2-417b
between the hours of 7 p.m. &
9:30 p.m.
C11386
RADIO & T.V. TECHNICIAN
- 5 years experience. Apply:
Allen's Electronics, Bahama
Avenue. Phone 35248, Box
5528.
TRADE SERVICES
C11268
F-OR ALL YOUR
GARDENING NEEDS,
Trimming, hedging. Pruning,
cleaning, For Prompt
ibl6 and efficient service
!044.
C11385
T.V. ANTENNAS
ters for homes,
apartments and hotels.
Sales and services
404 WORLD OF MUSIC
MACKEY STREET
next to Frank's Place.
C1J151
SEWING MACHINE
REPAIRS AND PARTS
ISLAND FURNITURE
Corner Christie &
Dowdeswell Street
Phone 21197,
P. O. Box 4818, Nassau
TRADE SERVICES
C11033
Finder's Customs
Brokerage ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
* PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434.
LOST
C11390
LARGE BLACK male
Labrador dog. Anyone seeing
the dog recently in their
neighbourhood and will assist
in recovering him will receive
handsome reward from the
owner David Lightbourne.
Phone 22375 or 41050
GRAND BAHAMA
CLASSIFIED
IN FIEEPIIT TEL 352 Mil
NOTICE
C6248
IN THE SUPREME COURT
! TURKS AND CAICOS
ID IN THE HIGH COURT
ISTICE IN DIVORCE
)th day of June. 1972
'i Eric Ebnezer Arthur.
ier
And Audrey Arthur.
Respondent
And Edgar Coalbrooke,
Co-Respondent
The Petition of Eric Ebnezer
Arthur Shewith:
1. That your Petitioner Eric
Ebnezer Arthur was on
the 10th day of May,
1970 lawfully married to
Audrey Arthur nee Miller
at Freeport, Grand
Bahama
2. That after the said
marriage your Petitioner
lived and cohabited with
the Respondent at
Freeport, Grand Bahama
and that there is one living
issue of the said marriage.
Christine Beatrice Arthur
born in January 1970.
3. That both you Petitioner
and Respondent are
domiciled in the Turks
and Caicos Islands, and
the last known address of
the Respondent was
Freeport. Grand Bahama.
4. That there has been no
previous proceedings in
the Honourable Court nor
any Court of Summary
Jurisdiction with
reference to your
Petitioner's said Marriage
neither on behalf of your
Petitioner nor the
Repondent.
5. That the Respondent in
the month of November,
1971 did commit
Adultery with one Edgar
Coalbrooke at Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
6. That this Petition is not
present or prosecuted in
collusion with the
Respondent.
Wherefore your Petitioner
prays
1. That the said marriage be
dissolved.
2 That he may have further
and other relief as may be
just.
PETITIONER
HELP WANTED
C6;du
AIRCRAFT LOADERS
CO-ORDINATORS Are needed
for Grand Bahama Caterers
Ltd., at least 3 years
experience in airline catering
and co-ordination necessary.
Also knowledge of ramp
procedures, operating Hi-Lift
trucks, correct handling of
aircrafts and aircraft in flight
service equipment.
Apply to:Grand Bahama
Caterers Ltd., P. O. Box
F-1943, Freeport. Grand
Bahama, Phone 352-7391.
C6243
ELECTRICAL SUPERIN-
TENDENT estimator for
industrial and commercial,
supervise |Obs, layout and
purchase materials. know
Canadian Code, locate jobs, 10
years experience, college
degree or equivalent.
Glenerik International Limited.
Yellow Pine Street, 352-8186.
HELP WANTED
C11379
CHEF SAUCE COOK for 400
room hotel. Successful
applicant will be responsible
for preparation of all sauces
and roasts. Must have thorough
knowledge French Cuisine and
banqueting. Should be 23 to
30 years of age with no less
than 4 years experience in
similar position in large hotel.
Will be expected to replace
Sous Chef on his days off.
References and clean police
certificate.
CHEF GARDE MANAGER
for 400 room hotel.
Successful applicant will be
responsible for preparation of
all cold dishes including
preparation of large buffet
banquets. Must be able to carve
ice and butter sculptures.
Should be 25 to 35 years of
age with not less than 4 years
experience in similar position.
References and rlean police
certificate.
Interested applicants please
apply in person to
International Hotel, Personnel
Office for interview. Vincent
Russell, Assistant Manager.
C6264
SECRETAR Y/TYPIST
required by Bahamas Oil
Refining Company. Applicants
should have high school or
commercial training in Typing,
Shorthand or Speedwriting.
Previous experience would be
an asset. Interested persons are
requested to apply in writing
stating details of qualifications
and present salary to:
Personnel Officer, P.O. Box
F-2435. Freeport. Grand
Bahama.
C6262
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS
required by BORCO. Duties
will consist of investigating
trouble-shooting and solving
maintenance problems. Provide
technical advice and
engineering expertise to
maintenance and operating
personnel. Review and specify
spare parts and equipment.
Investigate and recommend
new maintenance materials,
tools and equipment. Develop
maintenance projects and
supervise maintenance
contractors. Degree in
Mechanical Engineering
required. Interested persons are
requested to apply in writing
stating details of qualifications
and present salary to:
Personnel Officer, P.O. Box
F-2435, Freeport. Grand
Bahama.
C6265
Night 'N Day TV. Services
Limited, requires
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
with five years
minimum experience in:
Repair of Marine, VHF and
UHF Mobile Communication
Equipment. The successful
applicant should also be
competent in the repair of
TV'-., Record Players and
Stereo Equipment. Salary
open. Co ntact: Mr.
Colebrooke, Phone: 352-8388,
P.O. Box F-2443. Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
C6259
Todhunter Mitchell has
vacancy for female bottle line
workers. Applicants must have
experience in operating high
speed bottling line.
Bahamians only need apply to:
Box F-2444, Freeport.
"They're not all complaints about the taste some
only complain because the prize we enclose is so
shoddy."
HELP WANTED
C6261
LIVE-IN MAID for all
domestic duties Bahamian
only. Apply with references,
P.O. Box F-96, Freeport.
C624 1
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.
C6254
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
with previous experience and
possessing skills in typing and
shorthand;
RECEPTIONIST/TYPIST with
cordial personality, neat
appearance and good typing
skills; also, MALE CLERICAL
HELP, must have driver's
license.
Please apply: Freeport
Secretarial & Employment
Services, P. O. Box F-1955,
Freeport.
HELP WANTED
C6258
1-KITCHEN PORTER:
Applicant must have oast
experience in similar position.
Will be responsible for the
cleaning of Kitchen and
disposal of garbage Police
Certificate Is required
Applicants should apply to:
Personnel Department,
Bahamas Amusements Limited,
El Casino,
P. O. Box F-787,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6263
MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISOR required by
BORCO. Duties will consist of
responsibility for checking tht
installation and alignment of
all rotating refinery equipmtnt
and ordering of spare parts for
same. Trouble-shooting, solving
maintenance problems and
supervising assifntd
maintenance personnel.
Comprehensive experience as
machinist/millwright In
refinery or chemical plant is
essential. Degree desirable but
not mandatory. Previous
supervisory experience
required. Interested persons art
requested to aj.ply in .writing
stating details of qualifications
and present salary to:
Personnel Officer, P.O. Box-
F-2435. Frejport, Grand
Bahama.
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Bahamas
Telecommunications
Corporation
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
On the evening of Tuesday, IXth September, the Submarine Cable System
was put out of commission by an accident caused allegedly by the anchor of
a tanker off Eight Mile Rock. Grand Bahama,
It was determined through testing that the cable segment between l ighl
Mile Rock and West Palm Beach was damaged, resulting in the loss of all
traffic on the system. The Submarine (able segment between Eight Mile
Rock and Nassau was re-activated.
Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation's Staff together with American
Telephone and Telegraph Company's staff have worked throughout the night
restoring limited services through the troposheric system
Because Of these limited facilities the public may experience some delay
particularly during the busy hours of the day.
Arrangements have been made fora Cable ship to proceed immediately to
the area to effect necessary repairs.
The Corporation wishes to apologise lo the public for any inconvenience
caused by this accident.
September 19th. 1973.
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pumps
5. Overlie
8 Arab's coat
11. Neglect
12 Common verb
13. Rabble
14 Anklebones
15. Accomplish
17 Head cook
18. Hurried
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21. Growing out
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bird
27 Ornamental
clock
29 Glacial
ridges
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32 Be sorry
34. English nvei
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comment
41 Insipid
45 Preiudiced
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49 Stalemate
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51 Turmeric
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8. Enzyme
9 Dickens
10 Playwright
Burrows
16 Curtain
material
20. Type measure
22 tariff
23 Betore
24 Nonsense
25 Medieval money
26. Wales
28 Bungled
31. Cadence
33 Plural ending
36. Apartment
38. Hogs
40. Downpour
42. Blue pencil
43 Tropical dog
44 Sharp
45. Normal.
46 Brew
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PUZZLE
ACROSS
30 Turmoil
31 Auiora
32 Watch
33 Lighter
34 Detest
36 Four rnhand
38 Book of the
Bible
40. Lawful
44 Gambling
game
46 Coarse lace
48. Kiln
49 High note
50 Wrong
51 Invited
52 Wage earner
53 Owned
1 Bleak
4 For
7 Bewildered
11. French friend
12. Periphery
13. Magma
14. Ceio
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emperor
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molding
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22. Courtier in
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gallery
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7 Moose genus
8 Cocktail
9 Stowe
character
10 Rhine
tributary
15 Big top
19 Sailor
21 River in
Scotland
23 Form of
Esperanto
24 Intimidate
25 Huge wave
26 Sea gull
27 Conducted to
a seat
29 Hindrance
32 Deviate
33 Infiltrate
35 Refreshing air
37 Homer poem
39 Venerable
41 Spurt
42 Solo
43 Advance
44 Shipping
initials
45 Kava
47 Gums
3 CARROLL RIGHTER'S
"* ^HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
(.1 M K \l II \DENCIES: Promises broken,
by you or others, is likely to be the order of the
day Vou would Be wise ro carry through with whatever
promises you have made Curb the urge to let restlessness take
you Irom one interest to another
AKIISiMat 11 to Apr I-) Being most careful in motion is
important now so you can avoid accidents Guard your words,
too, so that you don't oftend others Count your change when
shopping I tsteri to j pal's advice
I Al RUS (Api 20 to May 20) Don't invest unwisely
wbethel in a small Ol larger way oi you could regret it later.
Lndeavoi to be mote understanding ot others Study a new
activity that could be prohtahle in the future
GEMINI (May 'I to June ?l) If you come up with some
ticklish mattei at home, you could destroy the harmony that
exists there now Wan until a netter day befoie you engage in
a new outlet that interests you
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Instead of feeling
sorry for yourself because you are not getting ahead fast,
i more active in the right channels Take time to
improve your appearance Attend the social tonight
LEO l July 12 to Aug 21) Personal relationships are more
important today than monetary dealings, so keep focused on
the foimer A personal aim can be reached easily now Control
yout temper Avoid one who i>.kers
VIRM) (Aug .'2 to Sept 2) Making sure to handle public
duties in the morning makes it possible later to gain personal
aims of importance Obtain the facts and figures that are vital
in your line of endeavoi
L1UR \ (Sept .' I to Get .' 2) ^ ou have a new plan in mind
and getting it to woik quickly can bring success in the near
future Study your responsibilities well and know what should
be done about them Be more iheertul
SCORPIO (Oci :i to Nov 21) Show that you are
scrupulous in handling any obligations and promises you have
made If you endeavor to run away from your duties, you
could get into much tiouble Be more self-reliant.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 2 2 to Dec 21) Make sure you don't
enter into an argument between an associate and a higher-up.
Show more courtesy to oiheis and make progress through own
effoitl Avoid one who is f uiblesome
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Get busy with work you
have to do and avoid trying to gel away with anything, or you
could get into trouble A*.qune the new implements that can
help you to do your work better Be wise
AOL'ARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) It would be wise at this
time to avoid expensive amusements Sidestep one who brings
up subjects thai are depressing Show more kindness to loved
one Engage in favorite hobby tonight
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mai 20) An argument between you and
one at home could become serious so make sure you take steps
to avoid it Make plans to handle your tasks more efficiently
Satisfy your curiosity through study
II VOIJR CHILD IS HORN IODAY he or she will be
one of those charming young people who will do so much
looking on both sides of any situation it will be difficult to
make up the mind as to which is right Give the spiritual
naming that will help to make decisions quickly and well. The
education should be duected along artistic lines
"The Stais impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to VOL'
Winning
Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
"Is the standard higher today
than it was in 1934 ? That I-
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By DAL CURTIS
WHEN you TAltftP TO GOROY
THIS EVENING, YOU DESCRIBED
HIM AS PSYCHOTIC' tVlTU.
> THERE'S NO QUESTION
IN MY MIND BUT
WHAT HE IS '
I DON'T THINK SOBUT HE
WANTED THE OPPORTUNITy TO
SEE HER ALONE HE LEFT
THE PARTT AND WENT THERE '
IN TWE COURSE OF TALKING
WITH HER, HE BECAME
FURIOU5 AND LOST
HIS HEAD
JUDGE PARKER
By PAUL NICHOLS
STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD
by saunders & overgard
OFFICE HOURS
"Give a little, take a little lhai's the secret uf our
sutoessful business partnership "


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VOL. LXX, No. 249 Wednesday, September 19, 1973. Price: 15 Cents


I!' -Convict claims he






r) $100,000 to kill P



By NICKI KELLY
A CONVICTED STOCK SWINDLER alleged Tuesday that he was offered $100,000 by Elliot
to assassinate Bahamian Prime Minister Lynden Pindling in 1968.
Mr. Roosevelt, son of former assassination contract was Lisbon, Portugal. "I
president Franklin D. offered because of Prime absolutely fantastic, a fal
Roosevelt and ex-mayor of Minister Pindling's failure to story," he said.
Miami Beach, has denied the grrint a casino licence to Mr. Roosevelt call
U NIIT l T I I T A charges, calling them "a gambler Mike McLaney, once Mastriana "a liar anu mental
UNIONISTS PICKET IN THE RAIN complete fabrication." closely associated with Mr. incompetent. He sail he ii


SOME 70 MEMBERS of
the Engineering, Fuel, Service
and Allied Workers Union
this afternoon -ignored a
heavy downpour of rain and
got drenched while spending
40 minutes picketing the
Ministry of Labour on
Thompson Boulevard to
protest the "insult" to union
members yesterday by


Registrar of Trade Unions
L.W. Lambert Parker, who
reportedly refused to see an
eight-man delegation on the
dispute over the union's
constitution. Typical placards
carried by the demonstrators
read: "Darling the dictator,"
a reference to Labour
Minister Clifford L. Darling,
"Darling is wrong, "Parker


must go," and "Vote BWC,"
a reference to the Bahamas
Workers Council, an
embryonic political party
headed by union chief
Dudley Williams. Picture
shows Dudley Williams
leading the picketers in the
pouring rain. PHOTO: Philip
Symonette.


The reported plot on Mr.
Pind;ng's life was revealed in
testimony given before a U.S.
S e n a t e P e r in a n e nt
Investigations Subcommittee
by Louis P. Mastriana, who is
now serving time in the federal
penetentiary at Texarkana,
Texas for his illegal stock
manipulations.
Mastriana testified that the

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Pindling's Progressive Liberal
Party.
"They expected me to kill
him," Mastriana told the
Senate Committee. "They
came to me and offered me
$100,000 to kill, to whack
(Pindling)."
Mastriana's story was
immediately denied by Mr.
Roosevelt who is now living in


3 Cabinet men,Senator&MP must


By MIKE LOTHIAN
"THE WORKERS WILL NEVER GET ANY PLACE
in this town until we execute the b...s who are keeping
us back," about a hundred members of the Engineering,
Fuel, Service and Allied Workers' Union were told last
night.


i Union president Dudley
S Williams made it clear he was
proposing only the political
demise of at least three Cabinet
Ministers, a Government
senator and a Government M.P.
The union is embroiled in a
dispute with the Labour
Ministry over the union's
constitution and the rights of
workers in several industries to
become members of the union.
In addition, the union has
applied to the Bahamas
Electricity Corporation, Radio
Bahamas, Bahamasair and Shell
(Bahamas) Limited for cost of
living wage increases and better
working conditions.
Last night's union meeting
at Taxico Union Hall on Wulff
Road was called on short
notice in the wake of a Labour
Ministry official's reported
refusal yesterday morning to
meet with a union delegation
on the constitutional issue.
Mr. Williams in speaking to
the predominantly
PLP-supporting union members
last night stressed that despite
their political learning "you
have got to fight with the
Government"
He pointed out that Radio
Bahamas is owned by the
Government, with Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling the
Minister responsible, and that
both Bahamasair and BEC were
Government Corporations for
which Tourism Minister
Clement T. Maynard and
Works Minister Simeon Bowe
respectively were responsible.
POLITICIANS
"If you are fighting the
Government," Mr. Williams
declared, "you are fighting
politicians. When you fight a
boxer you put on gloves. When
you fight a karate expert you
use your hands. You fight a
politician by putting him out
of office.
"We are tired of (Labour
Minister Clifford L.) Darling.
We should make a declaration
that Darling's seat (Englerston)
is hostile and up for grabs and
that the union will nominate a
man to get him out.
"We should declare against
Darling, (Broadcasting
Corporation chairman Senator
Milo B.) Butler, (BEC chairman
and Rock Sound M.P. Preston)
Albury, Maynard and Simeon
Bowe."
He revealed that at 1 p.m.
today the union would picket
the Labour Ministry on
Thompson Boulevard "for this


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reason: we are demonstrating
to the public our displeasure at
the way we were picked on. We
are going to show them if you
picl ,on us we'll pick on you.
''What they are
threatening," he said, "is to
take away the union's legel
personality. And that would
mean that our applications for
cost of living money and better
working conditions will die a
natural death, because your
union will have been killed by
the Government.
"It must get through to you
that if they kill the union they
are hurting you, the workers.
This is what de-registration
means," he said.
UNION PLANS
But the union has plans in
the event the Ministry carries
out its threat to de-register the
union.
"We should set up workers'
councils in every department
of every job tomorrow so if
they strike off the union we
will have something to fall
back on.
"Tomorrow," he said, "we
will confine ourselves to
picketing. The day after
tomorrow ... I don't know.
We'll have to consult with our
lawyer (Cecil V. Wallace
Whitfield) and see what we
could do.
"If they break up this union
you will see victimisation on
the grandest scale.
"We will have to see what
the lawyer can do within the
confines of the law. If he
doesn't get anywhere we will
have to go outside the law."
Also speaking at last night's
meeting were members of the
sevenman delegation who went
with Mr. Williams to see
Registrar of Trade Unions
Lambert Parker yesterday.
Jeff Scavella, union shop
steward at Radio Bahamas,
told the unionists:
"We must realize that we
have to find out whether this
Government and this
Parliament is really of the
people, by the people and for
the people.
BEING 'USED'
"It seems now that all the
stuff they told us in '67 and
'72 was a whole load of bull, so
they could use us.
"People call the Prime
Minister Moses. Well, Moses
and his boys gone back to the
Pharoah in Egypt and left us
in the wilderness to eat dust. I
say we got to go back and take
Egypt."
He said there have been "a
whole lot of threats thrown at
us, about this union doesn't
have the right to represent
workers at Radio Bahamas and
about we don't have the right
to join this union."
He pointed out that the
Bahamas Constitution
guarantees freedom of
assembly and freedom of


go,


association.
"Now we want to know
where the hell does Parker and
Darling and Pindling or anyone
else ..." The rest was drowned
out by cheers from the union
members.
Acting union secretary Alvin
Bain of BEC said "as far as I'm
concerned, I think our union is
very strong and they are afraid
of us. Mr. Williams doesn't
work for anybody but the
union, so they can't put any
money under the table for him,
so they go to knock us because
we are too strong already.
"We in the union have got to
show management and the
Government that we mean
business and the only way we
can show them is to stick
together, and if they use force
to try pull us apart, we will use
force to hold us together."
Executive committee
member Henry Forbes of Shell
said "We put these men int
power. This morning I was
really concerned. If he
(Darling) thinks we as workers
are going to sit down and let
him tell us what to do, that's a
bunch of rubbish. Come next
election something got to be
done about them. If we sit
back and take what they give
us we are going to catch hell
the rest of our lives.
"You can't tell me this is a
free country. After this
morning, if Parker says this is a
democratic country I'll tell him
to go to hell," Mr. Forbes
declared.
TROPICAL STORM NEARS
HURRICANE STRENGTH
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -- tropical
storm Ellen neared hurricane
strength Tuesday as it crossed the
Atlantic packing winds up to 70
miles an hour.
The National Hurricane entree e in
Miami said Ellen, the season's fifth
storm, was located 1,200 miles
southeast of Bermuda at noon


FOUR HAITIAN captains
charged with illegally
transporting immigrants were
fined a total of $475 when
they appeared in the
magistrates court on Tuesday
morning.
The immigrants, 25 of them,
were also charged in court and
sentenced to imprisonment or
early deportation after
pleading guilty. Also appearing
before Magistrate George J.
Hannays was captain Belanzieu
Estima, charged with
overstaying his time. He was
fined $75 upon his explanation
that certain of his
crew-members had travelled to
Freeport to carry goods to
their friends and relatives.
Captains Bernard Lurarord,
George Accuilibun, Philostene
Etienne and Daniel Georges


says unionist





Radio Bahamas faces


'go slow' if union



demands are not met

By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE P MANAGEMENT OF RADIO BAHAMAS has been told to
re-open locked doors and a gate at the station premises on Collins
Avenue, or face a go-slow by unionised staff beginning 1 p.m.


tomorrow.
A\ typical example of such a
go-slow's effects, a union
spokesman said, would be that
the 6:30 news would prob:hbly
not he broadcast until as late as
8:30.
Jctf Scavella, Radio
Bahamas shop steward for the
1-ngineering, I uel, Service and
Allied Worker's Union, made
the demands in a letter to
general manager (G. F.
Brickenden last Friday.
"With staff on the increased
and so many vehicles entering
and leaving the compound
daily," Mr. Scavella wrote, "\se
the staff are requesting that the
western gate to this compound
be re-opened immediately, ;is
the present situation creates .
traffic hazard. This hazard. it
unchecked, will very soon fieldd
its fatalities."
Mr. Scavella said today that
the gate was locked during the
September, 1972 general
elections as a security
precaution, and had remained
closed ever since, lie said ith
arriving and departing traffic
moving through the one open
gate, there have already been
"some very close calls."
Mr. Scavella's letter went on


were each fined after pleading
guilty.
They were given alternate
three months sentences in
prison upon default of
payment.
Information otticials stated
that the 25 Haitians were
arrested Monday after
information received said that
a Haitian sloop, arriving here
had docked at the Armstrong
Street wharf.
Several of the illegal
immigrants were first
transferred to another sloop
before docking at the wharf,
he said. Immigration officials
also discovered that the
captains had not first cleared
the port of entry at Matthew
Town, Inagua before arriving
here.


to say, with reference to the
office building itself, "the
situation with one entrance
and exit is unlawful and a fire
hazard. With the electrical
wiring and carpeting and other
inflammable material present,
\\e see this as an extreme fire
lia/ard.
OPEN ULIP
"We are therefore requesting
thit the western entrance to
the newsroom be re-opened.
Mind the eastern end to the
kitchen also."
Mr. Scavella explained that
the only existing means of
entry and exit in the building is
the main door leading to the
reception area on the northern
side of the building.
"If a fire started in the
middle of the building (in the
reception area) everybody in
the place would be in serious
danger," he said.
Mr. Scavella said today that
management has until I p.m.
tomorrow to open the locked
doors and gate, or a go-slow
shouldd be instituted.
Management has been given
until Monday morning to meet
a further union demand for a
new refrigerator in the
Kitchen. The existing
refrigerator is a very old model,
r Mr. Scavella said, is
"unsanitary" becuase it has
never been defrosted, and has
S shocked various members of
the staff, and the union sees
this as a hazard to life and
limb."
lie said staff members have
taken to opening the
refrigerator with a broom
handle to avoid an electrical
jolt.
Mr. Scavella also revealed
today that two weeks ago
Broadcasting Corporation
chairman Senator Milo B.
Butler met a union demand for
increased wages with an offer
for an increase amounting to
just over $3 a week. The union
is not satisfied with that offer,
he said.
In any case, "money is not
the sole consideration in this
matter," he added. "There are
people like Walter Wisdom,
secretary to the Commission,
who have got to keep their
noses out of the day to day
operations."


AFTER FAILURE TO GET GAMB E


was offered






M in 1968


Roosevelt and a professional gambler


t's
lse

ed
lly
ad


had no dealings with alleged
mobsters or been present at the
meeting mentioned by
Mastnana.
ROOSEVELT SAYS
According to a statement by
Mr. Roosevelt to The Miami
Herald, he had hired Mastriana
in 1967 or 1968 on the
recommendation of Mastriana's
probation officer to help him
in his Miami Beach investment
business office.
"He swindled me and my
business partner at that time,
Robert Traugott, out of about
$10,000. I went to State
Attorney Richard Gerstein's
office with a complaint and to
the FBI, but it ended up we
didn't do anything on the
swindling in court because he
(Mastriana) had been declared
mentally incompetent up in
New Jersey a number of years
ago," Mr. Roosevelt said.
In h is testimony
yesterday Mastriana said he
turned down the assassination
offer after claiming he
accepted cheques in partial
payment from Mr. Roosevelt
"because I couldn't have
gotten off the island."
Mastriana, currently serving
an eight-year federal prison
term, testified that he received
one $2,500 cheque signed by
the gambler and made payable
to Mr. Roosevelt and signed
over to him in partial payment
for the contract.
Mastriana alleged he received
another $7,500 from Mr.
Roosevelt. One conversation
Mastriana said he had with Mr.
Roosevelt was tape recorded
with equipment furnished by
the U.S. Postal Service.
He said he was an
undercover agent for the Postal
Service at the time. A Postal
Service spokesman said there
would be no comment about
the allegations until a check of
the files is completed within a
few days.
'VERY SICK'
Mr. McLaney, who operates
a casino in Haiti, termed
Mastriana's testimony a "very
sick story," The Herald said.
"He's an unbelievable liar who
is exploiting the press and
looking for publicity," he was
quoted.
Mr. McLaney said he had
made loans to Mr. Roosevelt in
the past and suggested that one
of the cheques he wrote Mr.
Roosevelt was in turn given to
Mastriana.
"Elliott once mentioned this
guy's name to me about some
business deal and I told him to
be careful," Mr. McLaney said.
Mr. McLaney's relationship
with Mr. Pindling and his
payment of $60,000 to the
PLP's 1967 campaign was
raised in the subsequent
Gambling Commission of
Inquiry. During the hearing Mr.
Pindling maintained that Mr.
McLaney's assistance to the
Party amounted to $25,000
not $60,000.
Mr. McLaney told the
Commission he had hoped his
campaign help would prompt
Mr. Pindling to grant him a
gambling licence after his
election.
Mr. McLaney was quoted by
The Herald as saying that most
of the campaign costs had been
repaid by Mr. Pindling and he
considered his effort an
unsuccessful business
transaction. "I've never even
heard any rumours about an
assassination of Pindling," Mr.
McLaney said.
Mr. Roosevelt said he had
borrowed money from Mr.
McLaney but never had any
business dealings with him, nor
had he had anything to do with
his affairs in the Bahamas.
Mastriana testified that he
understood that mobster


L. O. PINDLING
... plot to kill him?

Meyer Lansky had invested
approximately $1 million in
the PLP election campaign to
obtain a gambling licence in
Nassau.
An informed source close to
the PLP at the time said today
that if a $1 million
contribution had been made to
the 1967 campaign it was never
brought to the attention of the
party's Council, the
parliamentary group or any
Cabinet group at any level.
"It certainly would have
been if a contribution of that
size was made," he said.


NO FORMAL

COMMENT

BY PINDLING

UNITED NATIONS, (AP) -
"Washington seems to be full
of scandals," Bahamian Prime
Minister Lynden 0. Pindling
said Tuesday when a newsman
told him he was the target of
an assassination plot described
at a Senate hearing in
Washington.
Pindling's aides said there
would be no formal comment
until they had more
information about the
testimony by convicted stock
swindler Louis P. Mastriana
involving the reported refusal
of a Bahamian gambling license
to mobsters.
The Prime Minister attended
a U.N. general assembly session
that voted his newly-indepen-
dent country into the world
organization.
He left the United Nations
immediately afterward, under
heavy security guard provided
heads of government.

Bahamas flag

raised at U.N.
NEW YORK In a dramatic
moment this morning before
officials of the United Nations
and several hundred people,
the Bahamas flag was raised
over the United Nations
headquarters in a ceremony
witnessed by the Prime
Minister and Mrs. Pindling and
the Hon. Paul L. Adderley,
chairman of the Bahamas
delegation to the General
Assembly, His Excellency the
Ambassador, L. B. Johnson,
and other members of the
Bahamas delegation to the
General Assembly and
permanent mission to the
United Nations.
A number of Bahamians
who live in New York also
witnessed the ceremony. The
Bahamas was officially
admitted to membership at the
28th session of the General
Assembly which convened
Tuesday.
The flags of the two
Germanys admitted to the
United Nations at the General
Assembly meeting Tuesday
were also raised.
CHILE GOVERNMENT
ARRESTS 53 PERSONS
SANTIAGO, Chile, (AP) The
government radio network
announced today that security
units had arrested S3 persons,
including three foreigners, and
seized a number of weapons in a
workers village south of Santiago.


GERALD CASH

JOINS P.L.P.
ATTORNEY Gerald Cash
confirmed today that he has
joined the Progressive Liberal
Party after serving as an
Independent in the Legislature
for 17 years.
Mr. Cash told The Tribune
that he had joined the party as
of Independence Day July 10
because "I feel I want to help
the country in any way I can.'
One of three independents
in the Senate since 1969, Mr.
Cash took over as president
when the Hon. Leonard J.
Knowles resigned that position
in October 1972 preliminary to
being named Chief Justice.
With the implementation of
the 1973 Constitution,
Independents will cease to hold
seats in the Senate, although
the number of members will
continue at 16.
Instead the three seats
formerly held by Independents
will be filled by the
Governor-General acting on the
advice of the Prime Minister
after consultation with the
Leader of the Opposition.
Asked if he was likely to be
re-appointed, Mr. ('ash said he
did not know.
The 56-year-old Senator
represented the Western
district in th"e ,q of
Assembly from 1949 ito 1962
when he was defeated in the
general election of that year.
He was appointed to the
Senate following the 1968
Constitution which reduced
the number of Independents
from six to three. The other
two members were Mr.
Knowles and Mr. Kendal Isaacs
who resigned his Independent
status in 1971 to join the
Opposition Free National
Movement.
Attorney L.B. Johnson, now
Ambassador to Washington,
was appointed in his place.


GERALD CASH
...No longer independent

GOVT. WARNING

ON CRAWFISH
THE MINISTRY of
Agriculture and Fisheries today
said that they are receiving
reports that certain Bahamian
vessels are selling their crawfish
catches in international waters.
"Captains are again
reminded by the Ministry that
they are required by law to
submit for inspection all
crawfish caught within the
Bahamas exclusive fishing
zone. Also, the exporters of all
such crawfish must be in
possession of a valid Crawfish
Exporters License," a release
from Bahamas Information
Services said today.
"The Ministry pointed out
that they are in the process of
reorganizing the crawfish
industry for the betterment of
all concerned and for the
improvement of the national
economy."

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Wednesday, September 19, 1973


S.. UNDERGROUND WAR PLAN?


Junta says 95 killed,


AGNEW MAKES 'NO (COMMENT ON REPORTS
WASHINGTON (AP) 'vice President spiro "I Agies refused comment
todav on reports that he max resign is a result o t involvement in a
Mar land political cirruoi, n probe. ut \gnew s ottice said no such mnoc
-. as expectable.
Agnesw, leaving a luncheon he gave lor slitin Pakistani Prime Minister
Ali Bhutto, wa.s confronted b taiitnlg new in aid asked about a report
that he vi. s cor.dering resigning possible ht eck's endi
"Gentlernenn, as ou know it is imn practice not to comment oni strikes
from undisclosed sources." AginesN said lien he got into his \waiing
limousine ,;Iid left.
DILEMMA FOR NIXON IF AGNEW GOES
WASIIINGTON (Alt) Should Vic PresiTdent Spiro, Agnew resign,
the 25th amendment to the ('onstition provides that his successor .would
hi named by President Nion snubli, to the approval of a .simple maiorait
of.achl tiouse of ti.'ongrs
The amendment wal prorposed b\ t eres" in \!arMch lU7 iand ratified
l., than hour motth iater
A President who has Ia firm congressional la3 trnl\ probably would halve
no trouble appointing a m.ini tirml caimmitted to carrying out the
'resident s policies
Nixon. however. with .a Republican L'ontgress .in minunorits and .s i
shakv ground with congresss s in the wake ot nt ius battles and the
'vatergate scandal, prin tils iould haI e ss.inc dittnult\ wis ning approiil
Nor ail\ nile who aTppe.ired d, senous presdeniil threat in 197(,
'OVER RI i)IING" OF AGNEW S INTENTION
VA SH;INGt l( A IM It) A source eI,%cL to \ie President Spiro I \ ten t
said tdidav he was increiasi i iglii"rtuin thlal it'pi rts nin g \'itnc,\ lla
resign this week are not true.
t'he source said he betiecs tlhe report in tile ,!sislltngtoli post quu tng I
s ei o Repultmiii ture s s n tnbetis-: per lent suire Agiless 5 It lNt
office "-Is a had -iterreA.nidi ,t simthint. he I \ltnew ) might h.ne to, eid
tit
Moreoer the source .pparetiitli caught \gtne\ in a moment ot
refllt till II i d in l e a, an with the ln11presslon that this % as gonig tob
maipP'n," tihe sturce said -ite is t.a1 nun under siee and therefore is
hid \ ,usueitibL' to being n misinterpreted i li that he '.as
WATERGATE HEARINGS RESUME MONDAY
V, \.ltN(I'SN eAl') lhe S e Iie i,1 c ,| l conillittee annoinccd
to i\ it will result pubic i lic a i honiday i l ltt lhe testilntsn ol
\atrg"ate conspir.!tr 1 tHoward Hunt. then question three other
wit!'.'ses ais part ot the ptit ialt siolt.- phase of its probe.
( hairman Sailt J t rsin Ir e mo, irait N,,rtiCairti i na.said the panel will
Pear from lunt the \T h Itc use s-,ret agent Johln J. t .'auirild.
Presidential spr. wri r I'.trik J lat Huchana.n. and a mnan identified a'I
John Reagan
I'rvin al so s.aid the p oel till meet :tive session \'ednesda\ with
turner speci 1prssidcnt .il iot;nI.'! ( ht I rltes \ olstin to determine lheitih i
i[sonIb, caeda a iti"s
iolsort iias e tatil, i i V st'5 k n Iromn I i. isit e t litt last 'sck after if;
lawyer reprtedis told tiil ,i:lmtiliee iti.i Wt i<. s n e\peted t bhe ind lctd
in Ci ,nechioni with tlihe lls re buiilar I! .iso has been reported th.i
.tson has indicated he should lik. tile t illh \mendmient tid refuse to,
testify it hie were not gisen ininuniiti,
rrvin refused to confirm that report but said thie matter will bie
plore-d further with c'olsiin. whio t la, been identtaied is a a central tigurte in
Sc:illed dirt ricks operations allegedly orderedd h I thei whitee llmuse

ONE OF STANEK SEXTLPLETS DIES
ll \Vt R. S PIt. (I\ ) onue tof tit Stanc sec tuplets his died trnil a
lung disease common in prematurel' born babies doctor sacs thiec ut
tlie other infants shows signss of the same auiment
Julia Staotek lived about 44 li.ures before scer \ c tin l telbranle discia-e
caused her death t uesdai niglit.
tioetr's at ( or.dio general ilnispital ihdd give litr ti o l.. d
transfusions T'Jesda. afternoon iid a r.plira.it r as iled to aid i '
breathing.
ItDr. barrel Miller reported th' .niditi nol to .it ithe se\tltuplet I:ad
de, lined, with both shli w in sign, d thliti hi aline disease t. t i are
>atherine. Julia's o t si-tcr. and Ian n itin aini d brother An. tihr lib,
teveni was reported in t.iir iontinion wsith iiiLalaiions of the ihin i
Miller said that il o of the b.-\i. eJc r and John. i.eic ii it, d
mditimon, the babies were about six weeks prcinattire
Miller said lie talked tio the mother. Mrs lticene 3 St ek. -1 and
reported "she i\as mosed bh Juias d.ei' 'hut seemed tan >I ,'r
.cepting "
LETTER BOMB TO U.K MAN IN BRUSSELS
LON 't .N ( \ ) I letter ;.onb pot-! lt n isl, rpr-p;:!.at, ,
the Eur q eani ('L.mr 'x.tirkMt in liru-.; ; s .' i.l t' -J.., n i
handed over to iloca plice, til, toreigi, itt,c ,I- ,:i e
The bomb was poled ter,m Part like thr-e letr ibomlb rccei.ed
Monday at British missions in Lisboni. iilraltar and IKnshasa. Ihe eone in
Kinshasa exploded slightly injuring a st-urit il ltiier
SWEDEN'S UiNPRECEFI I TI) PARLIAMENTARY DE \I)LOL k
STOCKHIOLMP (AP) Sweden luesdas laced an unprecedented
deadlock in Parliament as the Socialist and non Sibalist bloes won 175
seats each in Sundai 's general elections
The same 60,0o0 mail i stes still unlounted I misd s, wi.ier ni expected
to change tle situation then the !i"es Parliameni tak-s r,'er next U, I.
Political leaders sought tio aoiid ihle lirst relclCtiii t ,r I 5 \ C r '. e tll
have plenty of time t o, w ik out a solution be:ori next spring th'.i et e
we election could bie held. s' id trinle Minister ICIl Palmie. w.sh social
t)enmocratic Parts iost seven wsats i [the oni C thanitb r l'arlianit 'it
lhe oIll part) indicatinig a positive Alttude t r e le ti.i. tlhe
cslierviatlsei whog t~lied Ito seats
the big winner. Ihorbt orn t alldin ot the 'en' trt' Iarts t e ,,i iton's
candidate a- liet P'rimin m inisier. said tlh result '.. ais i'rt'- b l .i ,itiilng
a letter .
'"A Thii s the ",worst p.irti.iawn ltars situatinoti oi c i i iiliani, I aldini
said. ulit I rule oiur the t pos bii t\ ot v re eecitl.t
SWEDES PAY LASI TRIBIUE TO THEIR BLL(-I\ E) K (I ,
srOC K! OL '. ( lit ) ludr.Is., of thousands ot mourniiiig -. dis paid
i last homage Tus"ida ,i lheir beloved lat' Kinu (iit.iltt lJoo itrinig his
final tourney to the capital
the 0it)ear old montiarh dild ii hospital in Helsii.gh.,r0 : ,;;itrdav o il
the eve ot a general election and matter a tour \wek light to..r !
His coftin left the hospital lu.esdas oi a hearse a ,'mntpai.m ed by a
plhce-escorted mniotorciade of blak lil.lslit es for the '4l.) ki. meter
40U mile lourne nt-ti'iw.ard to stonkli,, i, li the car balloting the
hearse were the King s there sons Princes Btertil, Igs rd andC arl Johan.
Swiedes lined tile loute in tes it th usands and poiie eli tmated total




sIhe repiri sai d orr ,kin e\torsed h ear receipts roil ii e 'lt isib i eitenl
rrU kili tloo his t ir t tI on thc i d lo .riin r i h, .,s e fted
goid .cl iili from a horigin ship captain. ihe paper said.t


300 wounded 4,700



arrested in Chile

Bv Robert I). Ohman
SANTIAGO, ('HILE. Sept. 18 (AP) Chile's military junta
announced today that 95 persons wire killed, 300 wounded and
4,700 arrested in battles with militant leftists after the coup
against Marxist President Salvador Allende.


I h. I i g u res '. c I e
rc: al; Liblv low' I arl;r
eitlite's plusht',te sources'
placed the nutismber ot dead at
500L .';d ( iie said llt It ial ,ll
woui l ,he ttich higher
( it'll Augu, to Pinochet.
J IntI President and JrHI
Ii!Ianitd(cer. told newsmenkc c
\ c calculatedd we would ihate
a iv,'e-d.y fight, and wve were
s rp! isc' \ihen instead we had
cdil ed them in 24 hours '" lie
added that the situattlont
throuhol it Chilel I IOW is
"abt hittteiS nornlal "
Ihe arinbed forces launihecd
their 'oup. one week hag
t,(Idao ringing the grcv cement
I re I 'cn il Pala ce wilkih taIks
ani Ik.linlryl ne' i al it' glvogit
Alleide anl ultilim tumin d to lesigi
m!i ,ieiiatel'. Allende, inidw kJy
thtr>ugh a six-year lt'rnl.
Irtiii'.'J0 and NsoItXe tt Iained
il Ien including A ':' I "s
p'rs' ;:Al bodyguards alnd

". Ill I I" lh,)I I lT1i
'.'*.ips lor Mi\ h ptts
lJt fighters blimbeld aind
i...ke!ed the Palace and ttilanks
Taked tile .o !. ,,, wv ith sells
bt'e tic the final, inidiafteC noon
assa'il. I lhIe M5-ycar-ttul
Ailend wa. found dead itn a
t'c-nd- st rey salil, i and police'
it he had shot thuinsell in the
heid cwill a carbine he had
re eive' l tomn .' niila Preit ier
I lC t! t .is ro.
s i 11! t lil In i\ ;
I I palace battle was
S b'd by four days oi stit
"ighliiirig. with sl 'ldiCers Lsing
i; machine glu ns land ritfles
.i '!s 't d le-hlat I siupporteri oof
\ih nd e soipine trin bal oiiies

i 1 i L e d rt I 2wi',
l e'iiiiegll i cIttietary general.
el ti !he i l k1lt d inc ldecd 2
. n!i::iis. 4 ni-nation:il police anld
: k".c s c !di '-'. s Aki t a! .!l a
u",, .,,n e,.: !h !u i .uled
TI gires pibiished abroad that
Iliere wr ere .000 prisoners.
"I Il iagine !'ecre were "O 000
letained." h"' said. "tllat 1Cmean
we would h.i'e 7 00I t fat nitlies
inquiring about etiler relatives.
and that h.!ni happened. "
i \win aItdii cd that such
in ,mnauir. %. -"is '-being spread
by lorme! -11a, ilu in Allendc's
governimei t -i ,.ht, eseaitpedl tromt
the ctOili "' intc n it trying l to
dist ,ti thie : ,ui e t s Chile "
l odar t ae iiinn al holiday.
celebrating l tie ti3ird
annH i\ fers ar .'I ( uhiles
Independcnleic ti!n SSpaiin. and
(it oclic; al.iJ th..'- l Itee t- t her
ilI aiteL" h I (- miC orial i ss at 11 he (h1ltlch
-ol National (riatitude. It was
celebrated by the Primate of
Chile. ( dtI'dinal Raul Silva
lepiti ue'. ,vW io :!ppealed "for
)atc aid i l coiiIiiatlotil failing
( lil'eans
Ti- Juilnia caneellcd arired
rlores ia'" t tel1eb atioIns
sheldtied lfor Wedneday and
alid it I st,, 1 0 !, e regular work
d\, with the tiurfew standing
lItrin k p. P to a mU .
I \IRI MISIS
Although PI'nochet termed
odnditions normal, lie
a, knowledged "there are
extremists, n the majority
toreiglets. who continue
agitating and searching for
means to provoke crimes and
brng chaos but we are going to
e pl ill ot the easures at

and suitoi f dte v tolent

There *v, re three large
explosions at dtusk Monday
near the new 22-storey
building that the Junta plans to
use as the seat ot government
and a fourth one this morning
near lhe tits .,entr t.
Sthey caused n11 injuries and
investigators said the
apparently were caused by
de ,icec disca ided b\ terrorists.
IThe added three had been
dumped in a walieiiain ditch
and were set ol f when sidewalk
vendors kicked burning debris
into the trench
UNlll RI.KII ',11 WAR
But there were increasing

extremists, spearheaded by the
revolutionary leftist movement


SMI R) were organizing
underground warIaie against
the military regime Air tunrcs
rsm:Oi naissancc helicopters
, ,,1 low over this capital
ciup witli three million
residents during tithe day.
Random shots were heard
overnight, but there was no
sustained gunfire
Col Ewin emphatically
denied rumours ol t [l.ss..r,, ,"
in workers' shanti towns that


ling Santiago and have such
names as "Che Guevara and
"Fidel Castro."
troops fired, he said, only
when they "encountered
resistance from fanatic persons
hostile to military patrols."
Most of the prisoners are
being held in two soccer
stadiums in Santiago, Ewin
told newsmen. but there are
213 detainees in the southern
city of Concepcion. which is
considered the most important
MIR bastion: another 300 are
imprisoned in the port city of
Valparaiso, and 123 in the
I *rilcrn city of Antofagasta.
S\l (1 I I I.)\'N
Sphere have been "three or
tour" on-the-spot executions
under the state of siege
Declared by the Junta last
Tuesday Fwinm told newsmen.
All occurred last week, he said.
Military authorities said three
of thle executed were a
policeman who shot two
superior officers in the city of
Antofagasta, a man in a
"suicide squad" who tried to
attack a military base in
Valparaiso. and a suspected
leader of the left-wing
revolutionary leftist
movemIent, an urban guerrilla
organization known in Spanish
by the initials MIR.
Ewin did not give the
number of foreigners and
nationalities among the 4.700
prisoners. Military authorities
have charged that 13,000
foreign leftists entered Chile
under the Allende government,
many from outlawed Latin
Snerican guerrilla groups.


CUBAN CHARGES


OVER CHILE


IN COUNCIL
'NI T[D NATIONS (AP)
Outsidrcts in the U.N. public
gallery were warned Tuesday
against a repetition of the
demonstrations that troubled
Monday's debate on a Cuban
comniplaint against Chile.
this hall is not a
battlefield." said the Security
Council President for
Sept 1 in be r. Y u goslav
ambassador Lazar Mojsov, as
he comnened the I5-nation
Council at 11:22 am. or thlie
second da\ of debate.
fte warned anyone who
expresses approval or
disapproval of speakers would
be escorted from the
Council chamber.
By their request, Senegal.
the Malagasy Republic and
Algeria were granted
permission to take part
without a vote in the Council's
deliberations as interested
oin-llentmbers.
Cuba charges that the
Chilean forces that overthrew
the late President Salvador
Allende a week ago fired
without provocation that day
on the Cuban embassy in
Santiago and on a Cuban
freighter in international
waters off Valparaiso. Chile
says that snipers in the Cuban
embassy fired first and that the
freighter was making off with
Chilean-owned machinery.
The Council's first Speaker
Tuesday. Indonesian
ambassador Anwar Sani, said
the lives and safety of
diplomats must be respected.
But he said his government felt
that it must also "respect the
principle of non-interference in
the internal affairs of other
countries.'
CONI)OLt:NC S
Furthermore, lie said. "we
have no means of clarifying the
contradictions and contentions
of the representatives of Chile
and ('Cuba." He pointed out
that Indonesia had no mission
in Santiagoc
"My delegation," he
concluded, "would like to
express its sincere condolences


to the passing away of
President Allende."
"We sincerely hope that the
situation in Chile will quickly
return to normal."
Like Mojsov. Sudanese
ambassador Rahmatalla
Abdulla. a Council member,
and ambassadors Medoune Fall
of Senegal. Abdellatif Rahal of
Algeria and Blaise Rabetafika
of the Malagasy Republic, all
non-members, supported
Cuba's complaint


KISSINGER

APPROVED


BY SENATE
WASHINGTON (AP) The
Senate foreign relations
committee Tuesday approved
the nomination of Henry A.
Kissinger to be Secretary ot
State
At the same tine, the
committee resolved to
undertake a study of the use ot
wiretapping of Americatn
citizens in connection with
foreign affairs.
The committee vote on
Kissinger was 16-1. with only
Senator George McGovern
democrat. South Dakota
recorded against.
McGovern said his vote wa'
a symbolic protest against
"needless prolongation of the
Indochina War." the secret
bombings otf (ambodia in 196(
and 1970 and "the 1971
tragedy of Bangladesh
The Kissinger nomination is
expected to reach the Senate
floor for confirmation
Fhursda( or Friday.
The (erian-born former
Harvard professor is to make
the opening U.S. speech to the
new session of the United
Nations general assembly on(
Monday.
Chairman J. W. Fulbright,
(D-Ark.) said the committee's
1 5-0 vote for a wiretapping
study should not hbe considered
a reflection on Kissinger's role
in surveillance of1 13
government -Ill .i II', and four
newsmen between M\lay, 169,
and February. 197 1.
FBI REPORT
A t w o n e in h e r
sub con inittee exa lined
secretly an FBI summary of
the wiretaps and concluded
that Kissinger's role "was not
such as to bar him from
confirmation by the Senate."
The study resolution was
introduced jointly by Sens.
Jacob K. Javits. Republi-
can-New York. and I'dtind S.
Muskie, Democrat- Maine.
It calls for "'a full
examination of the use of
electronic and other means of
surveillance of American
citizens in connection with
alleged intelligence .iri t tig
and other activities related to
the foreign policy andi the areas
of national policy over which
this committee has legislative
ic p51 i' ii',i "
Fulbright said Kissinger. in
both public and private
hearings before the committee.
expressed abhorrence of
wiretapping and determination
to resist its use in the future.
As Secretary of State.
Kissinger will retain his
position as Presidential
assistant lor national security
affairs.
Ful bright said the
committee was satisfied with
Kissinger's sincerity in pledges
of cooperation in providing
information to Congress and
avoiding claims of "executive
privilege."


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By Colin Frost
DUBLIN (AP) A British proposal for a permanent takeover
in Northern Ireland set off an outcry Tuesday after a blistering
summit between Prime Ministers Edward Heath and Liam


Cosgrave
Ileath's plan would make
the once partly autonomous
province a totally integrated
part of the United Kingdom
like Scotland and Wales.
If it gets off the ground it
will bring a fierce reaction
from the Irish Republic, where
politicians of all parties are
committed to a United Ireland
as an act of faith.
Ileath presented his plan in a
radio interview after his
summit meeting in Dublin
Monday with the Republic's
Prime Minister Cosgrave.
This summit has been billed
by Irish commentators as a
prelude to integration of
Northern Ireland not with
Britain but with the Republic.
Instead, according to a
competent source, it
turned/ into a bitter argument
over the scope and functions of
the All-Ireland Council to
which both sides are
committed as a means of casing
Irish tensions.
Hleath's known view is that
the All-Ireland Council should
have fairly limited functions.
Ct(sgrave wants it to have a role
in security issues in Northern
Ireland, where the Roman
Cathoic minority is largely
pro-Republic
Heath was characterized as
pressing Cosgrave to accept
either a limited Council or
none at all
BITTI-.R FIGHT
I he issue was bitterly fought
on both sides, the source said,
with little give in either
position,
Ileath was said even to have
issued in so many words this
ultimatum: Accept or we'll
integrate and that will be that
The integration plan would
come into effect only if
Northern Ireland's political
leaders remain deadlocked in
British-inspired moves toward a
provincial executive sharing
power between Protestant and
Roman Catholic.
This 'i'.c'r-sharinl is a key
point in the overall British
strategy for taking the steam
out of the Catholic-based Irish
Republican Army's guerrilla
fight to end all British
influence in Ireland.
The executive must be set
up by next March or Britain's
direct rule of the province will
continue. Direct rule was
imposed as a temporary
expeaient last year when
Britaint put the old
P1 r iot e s t a nt-domin a t e d
Parliament out of power in a
bid to guarantee a fair deal for


Catholics.
Heath told one radio
interviewer: "I would favour
the total integration of
Northern Ireland if the
proposed executive is not set
up by March as required by the
Northern Ireland constitution
act."
In a separate television
interview he said: "If there is
no possibility of an executive,
if they fail to form an
executive, or having formed
one it then broke down, then
under the act we return to
direct rule with proper
integration."
An informed source said it
would probably take several
days for a full reappraisal of
British-Irish relations to emerge
from the Irish side in the wake
of Monday's summit.
Many commentators
interpreted Heath's move as a
warning to Northern Ireland
politicians of both sides to quit
feuding and get together.
Paddy Devlin, a leading
member of the North's
Catholic based Social
Democratic and Labour Party
said: "Mr. Heath regards all
Irishmen as mad dogs who
won't talk to each other and
sees himself as someone who
has to stand over them all the
time."
Britan Faulkner, leader of
the North's pro-British
Unionist Party, called for
immediate clarification and
added: "It is clearly not
possible for Northern Ireland
politicians to talk about the
formation of an executive if
there is this new dimension
introduced. '"
And Maire Drumm, vice
president of the IRA's Sinn
Fein political front rejected the
move 'absolutely ind
completely."

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(AP) Haitian army officers
have been given 200 days to
liquidate their private business
interests, as part of what
admirers of the Caribbean
nation's youthful president,
Jean Claude Duvalier, choose
to believe is a gradual effort to
curb government corruption.
The 200-day period was
announced in a recent
regulation issued by the Black
Republic's new chief of staff,
Lt. General Jean-Baptiste
Hilaire. It came as a follow-up
to an earlier decree, one issued
by Hilaire almost immediately
after taking over in August
from outgoing General Claude
Raymond.
That initial order simply
announced that no army
officer, nor his wife, could
engage in private business. The
later announcement of a
200-day grace period has been
variously interpreted as a sign
that Hilaire is backing-down, or
as an indication that the
government is in earnest
because it really intends to
enforce the ban on private
business ventures by the
military.
Pierre Rigaud, a Haitian
exile and persistent critic of
the Duvalier regime, views the
business ban "as a positive
step." But 200 days, he
commented, "is too much, 90
days would be proper."
The effort to get Haitian
military out of business and
back to their barracks follows
the removal of a sizeable
number of civilian and military
officials, including what one
diplomat termed "five or six"
persons whose names have
been tied to official
corruption.
The purge included a change
on August 10 of four cabinet
minister, a switch that had
been anticipated in
Port-au-Prince political circle
for months. The move
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the ammunition cache in the
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Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEONE. IDUPUCHPublisher/Editor 1901914 Ranfurl 'mother continues her search to he
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G.,D.Litt., LL.I. R
Publisher/Editor 1917-19 72
Contributing Editor 1972 C;* -- I I 1aa
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A.. LL.B,, little ab and on ed &$ ;* -. -. OO -YU N
Publisher/Editor 19 72- "
Published Daily Monday to Saturday -ADIA
afflicted boy Sean
Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Baharras. f 16.95

TELEPHONES: Se4t e 16 ONE YEAR AGO a little boy named Sean lived in
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260 some dreadful isolated world of his own. T am with ced
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986 He did not hear or other children now bodice and puff
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768 appeared not to he (did not Mrs. Davies told me that sleeves n navy blue
speak and he did not see or Mrs. Andrea Archer, fronm the ,
Wednesday, September 19, 1973. appeared not lie lived th welfare department of the a r o white.
Wednesdy,_Septmber_19 _1973.life of a foetLIus except that Ministry of education and
Th__________________ he wa i a e ws afots. e Mtust ultu re is co ueding that Ceter Silky jersey
naTORAL ar.have been about fiv years lid., IIs should e b allocated for lm M an rt hrou ai nt
EDITORIAL te used to do oni thins, S e an to undergo a complete e s
however. lie would rub tw(' diagnosis at the Mailman L,
Below the lick sicks tog ther endless Instite i Bottom e Smart
vibrations from thle sticks must exhausted the diagnostic nylon with navy and
have been his only contact facilities in the Bahams and white dotted bodice,
By ETIENNE DUPUCH with reality. On July 21st. little more is known about pockets and cuffs.
1972 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Scan. Also in navy with
AT THIS TIME of the year people who live in the hurricane avies arrived in the Bahama She has taken Scan to ee whte accents.
belt are conscious of the possibility of having an nWaltl ted visitor to be the house parents of thc specialists, ear specialists, .
front July to early November. Although hurricanes have been Ranfurly lhims for childrenn ps cholo gist s, speech .
recorded in every month of the year, July is the period that is where Sean lived if we can therapists, she has had his teeth SEAN, a happy, normal-looking child, keeps his secrets securely locked in his own,
generally recognized as the possible beginning of trouble. use that verb for the sort of fixed. his adenoids removed silent world. PHOTO: Philip Symonette.
The Baharimas is fortunate in that the hurricane is its only real existence hi had. amI o: sintd-,S drn 'ed. These
natural hazard. Mrs. Della D)avics, ladylike, visits hase bhct:iien spaced out bi Burrows, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Munnings productive year ing
************** practical, efficient nd Mrs. Davies to ensure that Scan andante of the police of Collins Avenued Mrs. Freddie leftMunnings parodtti e olu ar
The danger of hurricane damage has been greatly reduced by no-noiselise tough enough is not upset b tihci aind sihe is n Co lant f the olice of Collins Avene. reddie left part-te oluntar work at
t in tlthe si Twnraining College at Oakes Nassau on Wednesday, August HiC omdilands. ie Is pln to
the improvement in the hurricane warning system. Before this to take in her stride running roud of th wa ca has Field. 9 to attend Fisk university in becoe a psycholo
system was established anid before the day of radio honie for boys 1st tout ot conducted hil t xcptr t Fe r9 to attend Fisk T en iversity in become a psy cholog st. a
Borstal (the lIntlish equivalent the dental trcat nent at xshict* Nashville. Tennessee. Freddie's lanis and friends
broadcasting people who went to sea during the hiurricane of the Boys' Iustrial School hI expressed dislike Sias has A seventeen year old wish hius the best of luck as
season took a great risk. and fiercely conmpassionatc taken each Oisit in Iiis stride Another young Bahamian graduate of St. Augustine's 'm sure do all Tribune readers.
I remember a year when the sponging fleet was caught on the ough to refuse to accept that and has never gone to pieces off to college this fall is College, Freddie graduated in Peole concerned in the mental
Mud. Hundreds of sloops were lost. hundreds of en were this is the liitatn f life to But Mrs. Davies is becoming Freddie Munnings Jr., son of 1972. lie has spent a Page 4, Col. 4
drowned. The industry was badly crippled. Scan. increasingly frustrated. Prior tou
Nowadays every mile that a hurricane advances the Is he deaf? Can he learn to each trip it, each specialist tier
information is broadcast and can be picked up by pocket radios speak? Ilow nuch can the see'? hopes rise that this time the
throughout the area. Mrs. Davies hasn't found out key might be found to unlock
throughout the area. these answers yet but she is Sean's prisi .
Airplanes are sent into the "-ye" of the disturbance to measure relentlessly purtisuing a course She is apprnrc t'toia of the
its strength and study its potentiality. to do so. help given Scan and happily
Experiments were conducted in "seeding" a hurricane with ice. "I've made a nuisance of has a board that is s empathetic
It was hoped that the ice would cool off the disturbance and myself", she says without the with her search for help for
cets' it to dissipate. It was also hoped that, by this means, a slightest trace uf apology isn her Scan
disturbance could be directed away from land to the open sea. voice. But she is irritated then put
.*******n*** Apparently deaf and mute, off with platitudes. She is even BRITISH HIGH COM M ISSION
Now scientists are pprientin with oil. Sean is not in the same morei i rrit at d a t when
A news article by Joel Greenburg. Miani Herald Science position as Helen Keller. For congratulated e' s the 3rd FLOOR, BITCO BUILDING, EAST STREET.
Writer, reports that "researchers in Mian i aret clsidenite lielen Keller was born into a mnarvellous jo B he is uiing on
coating areas of the ocean with ani oil-based film to d ampen the normal, happy, middle class Sean.
o res of h ui can i fan ily. H ter handicaps were "I know my limitations", The Consular and Passport Section of the British High Commission is open
force of hurricanes brought on as a result of a she says. Sie is not a to the public during the following hours from Monday to Friday:-
"We've still got a lot more experimentation to do. but this is a to the pablic nerrosurgfllo in hor c
definite possibility for the future," says William D. k1allinger of childhood illness. tier parents neurosurgeon. an eye specialist,
S sought high and low for help an ear specialist, a speech 9.30 am- 12.30 pm
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admiiistrations0ffice of and found it. NMiss Keller therapist, a psychologist or a 2.30 pm 4.00 pm
Weather \ldillcarti,. became a highly educated psychiatrist
'Last summer," Greenburg reports, "Mallinger and NOAA woman i who led a fully She is a residential child care
scientist Thomas P. Mickelson spread 19 pounds of their polymer productive life. officer and needs tihe help of REGISTRATION OF UNITED KINGDOM RESIDENTS
membrane over a square mile area 15 miles east of iaimi. Their Of thie early life of Sean we experts. R I A O OF U T KN D RESI
just released results indicate that such a film could i insulate the km. thing except that lle is If there was a conclusive
sea against an approachind icat e that such a filp could insulate the probably Bahaiian. diagnosis that Sean was indeed The attention of Citizens of the United Kingdom and Colonies, resident in
sea"To coagainst an approaching hurricane. tis lie was found by the police incurably (leaf, blind and the Bahamas, is called to the desirability of having their names, addresses and
insulation could usiean two thingss" three years ago abandoned, hopelessly retarded Mrs. Davies other relevant information entered in the Register kept for this purpose.
insulation could mean two things. For all practical purposes ihe is said that she would be able to
"The membrane seems to reduce evaporation, thereby an orphan for no relative has say to herself: "I've got to try Such registration will enable advice and assistance to be given in time of need
decreasing ithe transfer of water and its cargo of heat energy into ever come to see him or claim because hlie exists" and be without the delay which might otherwise occtir in establishing evidence of
the air. lHurricanes are driven by water-borne heat energy hin. satisfied that she is doing all in British nationality
evaporated from the tropical ocean and scientists believe that Was Sean born like this? D)id her power to help him.British nationality.
suppressing such evaporation would inhibit storm development he, like Itelen Keller, have a Buit unless and umntit this
lturricames usually whip tp devastatiisg in tsorue huric ae' lhuge as he physically absc'd? no nonsense I english s',;,uan which might appear necessary in affording assistance and safeguarding the
walls of uscean water that inundate low-lying areas and are What torment, physical or and the little Bahamian Noy interests of British residents in commercial and other matters.
mental, did he suffer'? continue their hopeful.
responsible for the vast majority of hurricane-related deaths." Sean cannot tell us. frustrating search. Changes of address, or departure from the country, should likewise be
"Mallinger believes that the greatest promise of the new Mrs. l)avies had his hearing * * * * * notified, and it is important that registrations should be renewed annually
method lies in weakening the storm surge. Experimental results examined and no physical basis Miss Deborah Delancy, preferably in January. ,
showed a 54 per cent decrease in wave activity beluiw the slick." has been found for his deafness eighteen year old daughter of p r iy
v************** yet. Mr. and Mrs. John Delanmy of
It would be a greaf boon to the people ofthishernsisphereifa In February of this year Monttort Street W\est left REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS
means could be found of lessening the danger presented by the Sean got spectacles but nothing N assau o n WedneRdaRT
***it ***** wit sight. Mw uastetr Universits il Births and deaths in the Bahamas of Citizens of the United Kingdom and
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: A news dispatch out of Washington A psychiatrist examined [iamilton, Ontario, ('anada Colonies may be registered at the High Commission.
featured an announcement by Attorney Gene ral Elliott hiisat caitio t he tentative She was given a three sear
Richardson that serious crimes reported to police inl the United were emotional rns gove mit o i in Itist.ry 'nt tpy
States declined by two per cent last year, marking the first What emotion can a three I nulish. r

In an interview with the Associated Press Richardson stated closes tit off freo the ssrld? ordinary level sind tSi attieh
that the 1972 downturn in crime followed a seven pecn oanrta heOerod h dacdlve ohrcei


increase in 1971, which was the smallest rate of increase in six world is a fascinating source of and was a student ot
years, according to FBI uniform Crime Report statistics. almost never ending joy. allow (Government Iligh School.
**************** come then that it was so ugly She was also an organist at
('rime is usually associated with slum areas in a nation but the and painful to Sean that he St. John's Baptist Cathedrai on
US. has been rocked by the discovery that one f the great anted n part of it? Meeting Street and her father is e site o n A n d r o s
U.S.thas bfreedand r edshnes dis lcver dia ton ae s i the Stapledon School was o% ner-tuanager of I)elamny's

nentres of greed and selfishness is now located in n.p places i the recommended, but Mrs. D)avies Service Station o(i v' uilff Ru, id.
nation, in the absence of any definite On hand to see her off as
Under the caption: "The State of the Nation? Sadly, The Spirit diagnosis that he is indeed
Shrivels," The Miami Herald of Wednesday, August 8th, retarded, is reluctant to classify THE PLACE IS RIGHT THE TIME IS RIGHT
coniuniented editorially: "If Southern Bell gets a $S32.8 million him as such. THE PRIACE IS RIGHT THE TERME IS ARE RI(GHT
raise. President Nixon gets $9.6 million in security in hisvacation 11e attends a kindergarten THE PRICE IS RIGHT THE TERMS ARE RIGHT
hideaways, banks get nine percent on prime loans and grocery school full time and his Now you can afford a large honmesite on Andrus .... thie Unspot,(il Ii n ..
stores get a dollar a pound for hot dogs, what do the rest of us teachers are pleased with his where things are starting to happen.
gemt? performancec.
"Well, maybe we ought to get thin and angry. There was a time For one thing is sure. The ACT QUICK LY.
When we might have noted that man does not live by bread alone, improvement in just over a In the years ahead you'll be glad you did it TODAY.
and launched editorially into a complacent replay of the old year is aisazing.
n d launched editorially into a complacent replay of the school I first met Scan recently a a Your opportunity is NOW while the price for a choice 80 foot by 125 toot
American dream the teachers explained to us in grade school little bespectacled boy 'of i homesite is only S2995. Monthly payments
"Renember that'? We were a Christian nation, motivated about six racing round the .r. are a low. low $35. S150 down.
ala a5 by a high ideal and noble purpose, even bent toward the grounds of Ranfuirly on a
task of making man and'the world better every day in every way. tricycle to all intents and Let us tell you about this incredible NELSON FERGUSON ALL
"Our leaders were inspired, wise, courageous, incorruptible and purposes a normal happy child. I opportunity.
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"Suddenly, the nation is sent reeling by a flood of alert and responsive when DEBORAH DELANCY 9:00 AM to 5:15 PM
contradictions to the old dream. Not only has the cupboard spoken to. 3yearscholarship Monday through Friday
grown bare, but the spirit shrivels before revelation after He also is responsive with
revelation that Americans, too, suffer the human frailties that
lave plagued all other mankind for centuries.
"When citizens learn that the White House became a warehouse
of horrors, that top Presidential aides and the Attorney-General nation and ends: "We wish it were not so, but it is: we wish that
lades sn he Aonall were bright and cheerful and sunny, just as teachers taught usL
believed there was honour in burglary, that even after 10 years of all e ightn cheerful and sunny just as teachers taugh us,
tragic war ill Southeast Asia there are still daily mega-tonnages of but the lightning crackles." San ro (Bahama) Limied
bombs falling on the rural villages some on allies, that the Vice Andregrettosay that the echo of this destructive inuence OUSE THAT
President has come under criminal investigation, that even here in And,l regret tn say. that the echo of this destructive influence,
President has circuit judge and the Mayor of Miation i must even hereface also spreads across the Bahamas today. Participating Broker: FASHION BUILT
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Left to right: Mrs Pan
England, Mrs. Joan Jones,
Mrs. Dena McCloud, Mrs.
Veronica Adderley, Mrs.
Doreen Cropper, Mrs. Helen
Scates, Mrs. Mary Coker, Mrs.
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From Page 3
health and well being of our
community are needed.

The Inner Wheel Club of
Nassau are holding an informal
evening Dinner and Dance in
place of their regular luncheon
meeting on October 5 at
S30 p.m. at the Balmoral
Beach Hotel. The club, which
recently elected their officers
tor the year 1973, are
particularly interested in
keeping up their motto:
"I friendship and Service".
Any wives of Rotarians who
j'e not already members ot the
Inner Wheel are invited to
attend so as to better get to
know the "friendship" side of
the club's motto. This occasion
will be an opportunity to
e unable Rotarians, Inner
W heelers, prospective Inner
\\ heelers and friends to get to
know each other better. (See
the photograph in this column
oi the officers tor the year
I1o 3 1974.)

I1 tll lONG Island Sailing
-I. is sponsoring a Steak
Supper and Dance at the lion's
t iub on Saturday, Septemnbe
22 at S p..
\ door prize is being otfered
jnd dancing is from 8 p.m.
until Music will be provided
by the very popular band
"Randy and the Revelations".
Stunds are to support the
1"74 Long Island Sailing
Re tt a.
1 lie committeee guarantee as
:i,:i. a a gala-timn e.

It is gratifying to see that
nIi.iny B1ahamians are bursting
1to print.
The Rev. Philip A. Rahmining,
,idplin tutor at the Bahamas
I teachers" C(II . I-xecutive
HB.j 1 Member. Baihama
H.,ptist Missionary and
1 Jdu.ational (onmention atnd
I \c.utne Board Member t,!
Page 8, Col. I


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Cathedral wedding for

Edwin Deal's daughter
MISS Jl )1111 ANNM 1)l AI, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edin Deal of Nassau was married :
August I1 to \Mr. Norman James Rciach, son of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Reiach of Willowdale, .'
Ontaiio, in a ceremony at Christ Chm h ( athedral.


I he service was performed
by the Rt. Rev. Bishop I Idon,
the Very Rev. William Granger,
1)ean of ( hrist Church
Cathedral and Canon David
Pugh.
Mi. Clement Bethel was the
organist and the soloist was
Mrs. kenon MelDeigan. ,ho
"O.W "I lsoe lhee" by (rieg.


Ihe bride, who was given
awas by her father, wore a
gown of silk organ/a over
silk-faced satin with an empire
bodice and A-line skirt ending
in a cathedral train.
I he dress was trimmed with
embroidered Alencon lace and
headed with sequins and seed
pearls. Her full-length


triple-tiered veil of silk illusion
veiling fell from a Juliet cap
also of Alencon lace with
sequins and pearls.
The bride carried a Victoriai
bouquet of yellow sweetheart
roses, small white pompoms
and white heather. The
heather, which was
incorporated into all the bridal
bouquets, was cultivated and
grown by the groom's
grandfather who sent it to
Nassau from Aberdeen,
Scotland.
The maid of honour was
Miss \nne Wilkinson, who
wore a fellow dotted organza
gown with chapel train and a
double ruffle around the
neckline and around the wrists
of the long sleeves.
Her large yellow picture hat
was trimmed with a single rose
and streamers. She too, carried
a Victoria bouquet of yellow
sweetheart roses, white
pompons and white heather.
The bridesmaids, Miss Cathy
VWilkinson an'] Miss Margaret
Reiach. wore lime-green gowns
and lime green picture hats
similar in style to that of the
maid of honour.
Ihe flower girl, Miss Carol
Gates, wore an identical style
gown of dainty printed yellow
organza. She wore fellow
rosebuds in her hair and carried
a basket of yellow roses, white
pompons and white heather.
She was escorted from the
cathedral by the ring-bearer,
Master Jonny Deal, who wore a
ruffled white shirt, a large
yellow bow tie and yellow
trousers.
The Best Man was Mr.
Lindsay Reiach, and the
groomsmen were Messrs.
William C. Reiach and Ilenry
IRusty) Scates. Ihe ushers
were Messrs. Scott Deal, Colin
Hliggs and Neville Knowles.
The reception was held in
the Chantel Room of the
Halcyon Balmoral Hotel where
the Master of Ceremonies, Mr.
Ilarry Scales, introduced l)r.
Andrew I sfakis who toasted
the bride. Mr. A. D. DeLeon
gave the toast to the bride's
parents and l)r. Cleveland
Eneas proposed the toast to
the groom's parents.
The couple spent their
honeymoon in Ocho Rios,


Arriving tomorrow: Tropic
Day from West Palm Beach
Sailing tomorrow: Tropic
Day, Emerald Seas, Bahama
Star for Miami.
TIDES
'ides: High 1.17 a.m. and
2:00 p.m.
Low 7.15 a.m. and 8.15
p.m.
WEATHER
Wind: Northeasterly 8 to 14
m.p.h.
Weather: Chance of showers
or thunderstorm
Sea: Smooth to slight


MR. NORMAN WYLIE-Hylton & his fiance, Mrs. Marjorie
Smith of Scarbourgh, Yorkshire who arrived in Nassau on
Sunday. They will be staying at Mr. Hyltons home on Great
Harbour Cay where he is a large property owner. Mr.
Hylton is planning further devolpment as he feels that the
Bahamas has a better future ahead than ever before. Mr.
Norman and his fiance are staying at the Sonesta Beach
Hotel for a few days before going to Great Harbour.


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From Page 4
the BahamasI ( hristian I.'ouncil,
has. recently published a
paperback book entitled "\
\e\ Beginning"
1 h is i.s basicallI a
111omplat ion ot selective
sermons and speeches which I
tRev. Philip Rahiunig) have
delihveried .. during the period
of 14(i7 to 1973, in the
Baiamias and the U'nited
6 States". Hie speaks out' on the
.r-ole ot the t hurch in an
"Independent Bahamas.
".SUN
Sun il ises 5.57 a.m.
Sets 0. 1 p.m.


REV. PHILIP RAHMING
...Publishes paperback
MOON
Moon Sets 1.48 p.m.


STUDYING FOR DOCTORATE
MRS. Portia Jordan,
daughter of : Rev. and Mrs. H.
W. Brown, who recently
obtained an M.Ed. degree from
the University of Louisiana,
will continue to study for her
doctorate at the University of
Massachusetts.
Mrs. Jordan, a student at St.
John's College. Nassau, and
Volusia County Community
College. Daytona Beach, Fla..
was graduated from Southern
University, Baton Rouge, La.,
with a B. Sc. degree in
education in January 1969.


MRS. PORTIA JORDAN
$500 DRUG FINE
A 22 YEAR-OLD Gibbs
Corner musician was fined
Monday after being convicted
of possession of dangerous
drugs.
Court prosecutor, Insp.
Hugh Burke told Chief
Magistrate Wilton Hercules that
police officers met the accused
and three others at the
abandoned house. Upon their
arrival, the accused left the
group and ran to the back of
the building. It was there that
police discovered the
marijuana, he said.
lie was subsequently
charged with the offence.
Joseph told the court he was
not giu!ty. He said the place
was frequented by many other
beach visitors. But, police
asserted that he was the only
person of four, to run to the
rear of the building where the
drug was found. He gave no
reason for going there.
Magistrate Hercules fined
Joseph $500 or six months in
prison.
$4,000 HOUSE FIRE
A HALF-completed
wooden-framed structure on
Montell Heights was destroyed
yesterday morning by fire. Fire
officials suspect the blaze
might have been carelessly set
by some person who went
inside to smoke.
The building, was owned by
Mr. David Cox who is presently
off the island.


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By Abigail Van Buren
S1973 by ChiCto rr.,une-N. Y News Synd., Inc.
DEAR READERS: On July 23, the following item ap-
peared in my column:
DEAR ABBY: It seems I have a problem. I
am 47 years old, and last year I married for the
second time and my wife is expecting s on. Since
this is the first child I have ever tat- -red, and
probably my last. I want him to have a special
name. [No argument, please 1I KNOW it will be a
boy. I
My surname is "Huffman." so I would like to
name our son "Manhuff." My wife's maiden name
is Wolfe, therefore I want his middle name to be
SWolfgang. his full name being. "Manhuff Wolf-
gang Huffman." [His nickname would of course
be, "Manny."]


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The child's not a boy; the problem's solved


My wife objects strenuously. She says it will
be a burden to the boy and people will make fun
of him.
What do you think, Abby? If you feel the boy
will be handicapped by such a name, please let me
know, as I have his best interests at heart.
JACK [OF ALL TRADES]
DEAR JACK: Never mind what I think. Since
vour wife objects strenuously, forget the "Manhuff
Wolfgang," and name him "Jack Jr." [P. S. If
he's a "she," you'll have no problem.]
For an interesting follow-up, please read on: This
morning. I received this delightful letter:
DEAR ABBY: The dilemma of "Manhuff Wolfgang"
has been solved. We are pleased to announce that our baby
arrived, three weeks early. After I was assured that both
mother and baby would be all right, I realized that nothing
else mattered-including the fact that it was a GIRL!
We have decided to name our beautiful, four-pound.


red-haired daughter "Heather Ann Huffman."
JACK [OF ALL TRADES
DEAR ABBY: We just received a beautifully engraved
wedding invitation which included [in engraving, mind
you!] the name of the store where the bride was regis-
tered.
Don't you think the establishment that engraved it is
just as much at fault as the bride for not having advised
her that this is in the worst possible taste?
FLABBERGASTED
DEAR FLABBER: Don't blame the engraver. He may
have advised the bride against it, and she may have insist-
ed on it anyway. Engravers can only make suggestions. In
the final analysis [with very few exceptions], the engraver
will defer to the wishes of the customer.

For Abby's new booklet, "What Teen-Agers Want t1
Know," send $1 to Abby. Box UnM. Los Angeles, Cal. W"M.


New World discovery quincentennial


trust to be launched


at banquet October

1 N L WORLI) can lead the New
IISCOVF RY Quincenten niel Pole-to-Pole celebi
Irust, leading to hem ispheric common heritage i
celebrationn in l1)(2 of the Founding Men
5)0th anniversary of the Quincentenni
( oluinibus' landing in Sani now being acce
Salvador Island October 12. minimum donation
1492. will be officially Mr. Sidney Poitiel
inaugurated at a Discovery D)ay local business t
hAnquet to be held in the already subscribed
b.illioou of the Sonesta Be ach of Founding Mein
Holel will be published
Under the chairmanship of Dr Johnson said.
senator tile lion. Dcris Tickets for the
Johnson. the banquet will be Inaugural Banqu(
staged jointly I by the purchased at Cart
()uincentenniel Trust, thie Shop. Bay Stree
l)iscovery Day General Festival Members will be a
Ctmumittec, the Miss Discovery assigned tables seal
D)ai Pageant (Conmi ttee a nil
the San Salvador Social a n(
welfaree Club. I'he theme of the
overall celebration this yeVar
i\ ill he "Discovering O)ur
lleritage". BH B
D)r. Pedro G(rau. prominent
Cuban businessman who has NOW
involved himself for over ten
scars in every possible aspect f/ILIm
of focusing world i de n
at tention on Sail Salvad or
island as the birth place of tIlI
western civilisation in the Nev I
World, is honorary chairman ...
of tile Quincentenniel 'I rust. TinD 1
lie now resides in Monte Carlo, ,
Monaco but will be present for ,
the r ngtiagural banquet October '
12 anid for ('ominerionrat ive .B *
cercnionies to be held on Sanl
Salvador the following day.
INITIAL L A I M
Thlie initial aim of the Irasrt,
which like the Blahainias NO
National I rust is established by
B aham i as ( ov e r n ill t nlt
authority as a non-proilt
voluntary association, is to
collect lulnds for basic
adlministrtic requireimer"ints.
By what Dr Grau tCerms
"accelerated rhythn"over tlihe
next lI years, the Tru set's
purpose is to ensure that tihe
Bahamas will be the logical
centre for the entire N. ew
W o r d I) i s c ov e r y t
Quincenteniel Celebration in -' -
1992. .
Once endowed and assli red
of adequate ann ual
subscriptions, the Trust will -- -
as funds permit -- engage in
original research and collect ion
of existing data on the hli- of.t
Christopher Columbus, his
ships, his voyages, his tim ies
and everything obtainable
about the Arawak Indians v,'ho
peopled these islands in the I
15th (Centur\. 4
This will entail world lde l
research and orig final
archeological work to uinc, river
heretofore und discovered
artifacts. Through conti slltlll l s
effort, the Trust hopes to
re-patriate Arawak and Spanish
artifacts which hIave been l
previous. removed tromn the
Bahamas tor exhibition ii in
nmusCeuLis and universe ties
abroad.
To house these artifacts as
well as pertinent boii)ks,
paintings, prints andi
documents, the Trust plans to
build a suitable weather-proof
library and museum at Sail
Salvador, which can serve as a
hemispheric shrine to the
discoverer of the New World.
Material collected mi the. .
meantime will be stored in
professionally designed
containers to ensure that they
will not deteriorate from any
cause. '" "., j^
UNIQtl POSITION
"Every nation in the .New ' -"
World, from Canada to the .
Argentine, traces its beginning *
to the landing in the Baharnas '
of Christopher Columbus," Dr. '. .'
Johnson said yesterday. "We .
feel that our country is in a ,
unique position ot spearhead .1
this quincentinniel celebration. .d
We are independent. We are ' f Jr''.
small. And being the nation on *.,
whose soil Columbus first trod, t ,
we are in a unique position E v4l'
which no one can take from us.
Who better than the Bahainians


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C1 1161
FOR SALE BY OWNER
4 bedroom 2 bath house
completely walled in and
landscaped. 2 bedrooms
airconditioned. In beautiful
condition. Located in exclusive
"Shirley Park Avenue" Close
to town and all shopping.
Telephone 2-1722 (day)
3-4953 (night).

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

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 Bafama room, bar.
Only $60,000. See by
appointment. VISTA MARINA
Three bedrooms two baths,
furnished. Asking $60,000
with beach rights. H-las bahama
foom, enclosed area for dogs.
By appointment. DIAL
DAMIANOS 22033, 41197
nite.

CI 1128
LARGE LOTS and no interest
charges. Includes private lake
and beach rights. All utilities
underground. $75 deposit,
frorn $80 month. Compare
price with subdivisions that
charge interest Tremendous
savings. Call Pat Rutherford at
4-1 141 or Moiley & O'Brien at
2-3027 or come to the
Yamacraw Model Home.

C11297
COMMERCIAL site Bernard
Road $12,500
Ocean front beach site Spanish
Wells $12,100.00
TEN ACRE Tract Abaco,
north Cherokee Sound
Waterfront site Long Bay Cay
near Congo Town airport.
Contact Errol Kemp.
Lovely homesites Little Exuma
hOrn $2975.00
PHILIP BROWN REALTY
Box N-104 Phone 31273

C011242

IMPERIAL PARK
3 bedroom house, furnished on
large corner lot $32000.

1 Lot 75x100 $5200
Call 34119 working hours.

C11041
HARBOUR ISLAND desirable
elevated lot adjoining
Residency ground 82' x 123' x-
93' x 141'. Phone 31252
before 8 p.m.

C11387
WHY f RET WE SELL
We need houses our listings
are getting exhausted. Ring or
come in and list with us. This is
our 28th year DIAL 22033.
DAMIANOS REALTY
COMPANY.

C11388
FOR SALE
House Grove Area as low as
$35,000.00. Has 2 bedrooms
one bath basic furniture.
Spacious grounds enclosed.
Dial 22033, 41197 evenings.


FOR SALE OR RENT

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

C 11 178
SFULL Y FURNISHE[1
thi e-bed osjon house situated
Ist Terrace, Centreville. Easily
adaptable to professional
purposes. L.ot 150 x 100. All
ut i l t es underground.
A, conditioned rooms. Phone
5-8311.

FOR RENT |
C11047
ONE & 2 Bedroom apartments,
Centerville, Ring 5-8679 ask
for Mr Pritch d.

C11036
LARGE ONE BEDROOM
apartment, nicely furnished.
$250 per month. Call
CHESTER THOMPSON REAL
ESTATE 24777-8.


C11192
LARGE 1 bedroom partially
alrcondit ioned, furnished
apartment. $225 per month
utilities included. Phone
5-8327.
C11050
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or monthly
airconditionprl. fully furnished,
maid service available..Lovely
gardens & swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.
C 11226
FURNISHED TWO-BED-
ROOM duplex apartment.
enclosed garden ,
air-conditioned bedrooms,
automatic washer, $260.00.
.Phone 5-8512.


I I FUR RENT I


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

C 11202
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
one 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.
C11031
2 2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
consisting of living dining
room, kitchen and bathroom,
basically furnished. Twynam
Avenue. Phone 5-8185.

C11229
2 BEDROOM apartment,
newly decorated, fully
furnished, across Cable Beach
Shopping Centre, pool, beach.
Monthly, weekly. Phone
78025, 77238.

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


C11298
ONE 2 bedroom house,
furnished, airconditioned, T.V.
antenna Mount Royal
Avenue. Tel. 5-8795 or 3-1914.
Available immediately.

C11320
TWO UNFURNISHED
2-bedroom apartments Also
one store on Mackey Street.
Details by appointment. Please
do not call unless genuinely
interested. Phone 28086.

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

C11293
COLONIAL MANOR
APARTMENTS, 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.
C11332
Unfurnished 3 bedroom house.
Call 56229 for information.
C 11328
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Blue Hill Road.
$170/month. Call 5-2986 after
5 p.m.

C11360
ONE UNFURNISHED 1
bedroom APARTMENT
South Beach $145 per month.
Furnished room in private
home $125 per month. Come
to green wooden store half
block east of Royal Bank of
Canada, Robinson Road.

C11362
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedroom two bath, 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 11392
BACHELOR ROOM with
private entrance in Teddar
Close, Palmdale. For
information call 5-1044.
C11371
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment, good location off
Mackey Street. Telephone
5-1758.
C11378
1 one bedroom apartment
furnished on Clifton Street off
Mount Royal Avenue. Phone
51851.

ART SUPPLIES

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

FOR SALE

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.

C11350
17 ft. glassfibre sailboat with
trailer and outboard
Half-decked with roomy
cockpit for family sailing
Fully equipped. Call 23095 or
77097 after 6 p.m.


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C 11194
FOR SALE
WAREHOUSE and adjoining
vacant commercial lot. Best
offer. Phone 22098.
C11389
POOL TABLE 52 inches by 91
inches. All accessories
including wall rack for cues
and balls. Like new. Price
$700.00. Phone David
Lightbourne 22375.


PUBLIC AUCTION
C11195
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 29th day of
September 1973 at 12 noon
the following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Subdivision called and
known as "Gleniston
Gardens" and being the
Southern moiety or half part
of Lot Number Four (4) in
Block Number One (1) of
the said Subdivision which
said piece parcel or lot of
land is bounded on the
North by the Northern
moiety or half part of Lot
Number Four (4) in the said
Block Number One (1) and
running thereon Three
hundred and Thirty (330)
Feet more or less on the
East by land now or
formerly the property of the
Bahamas Government and
running thereon Fifty (50)
Feet on the South by Lot
Number Five (5) in the said
Block Number One (1) and
running thereon Two
hundred and Thirty-three
and Sixty-one hundredths
(233.61) Feet and on the
West by Soldier Road and
running thereon One and
Twenty hundredths (1.20)
Feet AND ALSO ALL
THAT piece parcel or lot of
land situate in the said
Subdivision known as
"Gleniston Gardens" and
being Lot Number Five (5)
in the said Block Number
One (1) which said piece
parcel or lot of land is
bounded on the North by
Lot Number Four (4) as
immediately hereinbefore
described in the said Block
Number One (1) and
running thereon Two
hundred and Thirty-three
and Sixty-one hundredths
(233.61) Feet on the East
by land now or formerly the
property of the said
Bahamas Government and
running thereon One hun-
dred (100) feet on the South
by Lot Number Six (6) in
the said Block Number One
(1) and running thereon
Two hundred and
Thirty-nine and Forty-seven
hundredths (239.47) Feet
and on the West by the said
Soldier Road and running
thereon One hundred and
Nineteen hundredths
(100.19) Feet.
The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 29th day
of January, 1970 and made
between Gilbert Smith of the
one part and The Bank of Nova
Scotia of the other part and
recorded in the Registry of
Record in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence in Volume 1567 at
pages 315 to 320. The sale is
subject to a reserve price and
to the right for the Auctioneer
or any person on his behalf to
bid to that price.
Ferms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of the sale
and the balance thereof on
completion.
Dated this 5th day of
September 1973.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.

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

C11233
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.
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.



C11300
1973 DODGE CORONET
with airconditioning, power


steering like new. $6.000.
Phone 5-7948.

C11361
1970 VW 1500 automatic,
radio. Good running condition.
$950.00. Contact Mr. Ward,
2-8763 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m.,
3-5214 after 6:30 p.m.


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, Green $2500
1968 JAVELIN 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 GALAXIE
4 Dr. A/C $1850
1970 HILLMAN MINX
4 Dr. Auto White $950
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA
2 Dr. A/C Green $5900
1968 VAUXHALL
VICTOR $600
1967 Chevrolet Impala $450
Trade-ins Wt:comed.
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


NOTICE
C11249
Notice is hereby given that
THELUSMAR DELHOMME of
White's Addition, 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 13th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11256
Notice is hereby given that
PEDRO ANTHONY MEJIAS
of Yellow Elder Gardens, N.P.,
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
13th day of September, 1973,
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N-7147, Nassau.

C11241
Notice is hereby given that
THERESA PAULINE RIVE-,
of Towers of Cable Beach, P.
0. Box N4729, 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
13th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11347
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOR GE ALBERTO
MAURICIO of Eastern Road,
P.O. Box N-4072, 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11253
Notice is hereby given that
Patrick Erskine Lindop of
Hillcrest Winton Highway,
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 13th day of
September 1973 to The
Mi n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship
P.O. Box N7147. Nassau.


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C11260
Notice is hereby given that
MARC-ANTOINE DENIS,
Haitian National of Stapledon
Gardens, Blenheim Road, 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
13th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11372
NOTICE is hereby give that
GLADYS JEAN BAPTISTE of
Hospital Lane, N.P. 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship.
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11271
NOTICE is hereby given that
WILLIE JOHN of Miami
Street, Nassau 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11377
NOTICE is hereby given that
WILLIS WHITFIELD GRANT
of Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama 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 19th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


C11370
NOTICE is hereby given that
BEATRICE LOUISE GREEN
of Kemp Road, Nassau,
Bahamas, is applying to the
M i n sister 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 19th day of
September 1973 to the
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


I


utilizing language skills
(translation, interpreting, etc.).
Write Mr. C.B.R. at Box
N-1104 or phone 2-3857.
3-1937.


C11375
NOTICE is hereby given that
SYLVIA YOUNETTIE PENN
of East Shirley Street, P.O.
Box 2356, 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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C11248
Notice is hereby given that
ULRIC RUPERT SMITH of
Baillou Hill Road (south) P.
0. Box N7665 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 13th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11243
Notice is hereby given that
MATRED GARDINER of
Roland Street, P. 0. Box 4569
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
13th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11245
Notice is nereby given that
ARCHIE BRANADON of West
Avenue Palmdale 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 13th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11240
NOTICE is hereby given that
PIERVILLUS ALTAMA of
Blue Hill 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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C 11381
NOTICE is hereby given that
ROSINA OLIVIA
BUTTERFIELD of Oddle
Corner, 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11220
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Charlie John of Wulff
Road N.P., 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 12th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship
P.O. Box N7147. Nassau.

NNUCENMENTS
C11354
SPECIAL SHAREHOLDERS'
MEETING A special
Shareholders' Meeting of The
Bahamas Industrial Life &
Health Insurance Co. Ltd., will
be held on Monday the 1st day
of October 1973 at 8 p.m. at
the Conference Room of the
Company's Building, Kemp
Road.
Eardley Moss
Secretary
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
Gerrn"
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).


HELP WANTED
C11323
SENIOR EXECUTIVE
SECRETARY: An
International group of
companies, requires a first class
personal secret ary 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.


C11247
Notice is hereby given that
HORACE HILROY
KINGSTON of Kenilworth
Street, Nassau N. P. 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
13th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11369
NOTICE is hereby given that
SAMUEL LINEY SIMMONS
of Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahamas is applying to the
M in ister 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 19th day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11380
NOTICE is hereby given that
LLO YD SULATON
HAMILTON of Andros
Avenue, 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11382
NOTICE is hereby given that
CARLOS MENARES VARAS
of Prospect Ridge
Condominium, P.O. Box
N-4769, Nassau, N.P., 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 19th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C 11250
Notice is hereby given that
VERDIEV JOSEPH of Five
Pound Lot, Nassau is applying
to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
Tie 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 13th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11367
NOTICE is hereby given that
CHAvRLES NATHANIEL
JONES of Owens Town,
Andros 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 19th day of
September 1973 to 1 he
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

POSITION WANTED
C11359
BAHAMIAN, 22, B.A., M.A.
degrees, fluent written and
spoken Spanish, more limited
abilities in French, seeks
employment, preferably


C11327
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
granted should send a written
ans signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 19th day of
September 1973 to The
Mi n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11376
NOTICE is hereby given that
NORMAN TURNBULL of
West Avenue, Centreville, 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11363
NOTICE is hereby given that
CALFORD RICARDO
HAMILTON of Turks Island, 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11373
NOTICE is hereby given that
GRETA MOXLEY of Prospect
Ridge, Nassau, (P.O. Box
N-3701) is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalization 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C 11368
NOTICE is hereby given that
OTIS N. LETTICE of Owens
Town, San Andros, 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11366
NOTICE is hereby given that
EMILY LETITIA PENN of
Strachan's Corner, 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11384
NOTICE is hereby given that
CICERON DULCIO of White's
Addition, Nassau 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
19th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,.


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. C 11323 c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N3207
Nassau.
C11265
QUALIFIED Gardener for
Paradise Island. Please state
qualifications, salary required,
etc. to P.O. Box N-7507,
Nassau.


C11391
AUTO PARTS COUNTER-
MEN. Must have had at least 3
years experience in auto parts
business. Salaries
commensurate with
experience. Attractive fringe
benefits. Call Mr. Godwin
Wright at 2-1031 for
appointment


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Wednesday, September 19, 1973.


[ HELP WANTED
C11280
GIHLS between the ages of 18
and 25 wanted to sell Black
Her itage Cosmetics
house-to-house. Work part or
'ull time. Contact 2-4175
between the hours of 7 p.m. &
). 10 p.m.

C11386
RADIO & T.V. TECHNICIAN
5 years experience. Apply:
.llen's Electronics, Bahama
Avenue. Phone 35248, Box
'-28.

TRADE SERVICES

C I 12t'.,
s 0 R ALL YOUP
P~A. DE NING NEEDS.
;: g, hedging, Pruning,
cleaning, For Prompt
S hble and efficient service
Sa, 1044.

1 8b
T.V ANTENNAS
S t .; o for homes.
,'-, ents and hotels.
bales and services
.. 404 WORLD OF %"JLSIC
MACKEY STREET
"eot to Frank's Place.


SEWING MACHINE
REPAIRS AND PARTS
ISLAND FURNITURE
Coiner Christie &
a'0 .Jd' A.,ell Street
Phone 21197,
0. Box 4818, Nassau


NOTICE

' '-E SUPREME COURT
STURKS ANDCAICOS
i'j Tr-iF HIGH COURT
JUSTICE IN DIVORCE
P'th div of June, 1972
Ie r F Er' bnezer Arthur,


- ,; Audr ey Arthur,
,, ordenit
,.- d Edgar Coalbrooke.
(.o-Responrdent
Petition of Eric Ebnezer
I !hur Shewith:
a 1 your Petitioner Eric
Shne -er Arthur was on
10th dav of May,
0 Jlawfully married to
Audrey Arthur nee Miller
iit Freeport Grand
Bahama

T' ,u at ta t:, the said
lair iage nour Petitioner
ivec and a cohabited with
*h e Respondent at
i report. Grand Bahama
aric that there is one living
,Sue of the said marriage.
Chr stine Beatrice Arthur
bhr,'i in Jdanary 1970.

3 That both -you Petitioner
an"d Respondent are
d t i,,iied rnr the Turks
ad Caicos Islands. and
the iait ,own address of
he PRespondent was
bep,,re. Grand Bahama.

L That there has been no
S ', e (viu s proceedings in
tht, Honourable Court nor
aIry Court of Summary
J sd c t i o n with
f h er en ce to your
Petitioner's said Marriage
i'either or. behalf of your
-' t o ner nor the
eepon den

t Trhat the Respondent in
t-i, ronth of November,
S97' did commit
Adultery with one Edgar
Cuaibrooke at Freeport,
OrGrad Bahama.

That thls Pet'tion is not
present or prosecuted in
oi. i s 10 with the
R;'-spC ide .i

,Nh.,) ,f V LwIour Petrtione,

I v ir' time -,aid ma,,iage be

2 thit he may have further
a'L d thfr relief as may be

PETITIONEP


L HELP WANTED


ATR ICAFT LOADERS
.O-rD)INATORS Are needed
i,)r Giand Bahama Caterers
Ltd., at least 3 years
experience in airline catering
ianid co-ordination necessary.
Also knowledge of ramp
procedures, operating Hi-Lift
trucks, correct handling of
aircrafts and aircraft in flight
service equipment.
Apply to:Grand Bahama
Cateere's Ltd., P. 0. Box
F 1943, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Phone 352-7391

C6243
ELECTRICAL SUPERIN-
TENDENT estimator for
industrial and commercial,
supervise jobs, layout and
purchase materials, know
Canadian Code, locate jobs, 10
years experience, college
degree or equivalent.
Glenerik International Limited,
Yellow Pine Street, 352-8186.


TRADE SERVICES

Pinder's Customs


Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
".F CHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434.


S LOST

C11390
LARGE BLACK male
Labrador dog. Anyone seeing
the dog recently in their
neighbourhood and will assist
in recovering him will receive
handsome reward from the
owner David Lightbourne.
Phone 22375 or 41050.


HELP WANTED

C11379
CHEF SAUCE COOK for 400
room hotel. Successful
applicant will be responsible
for preparation of all sauces
and roasts. Must have thorough
knowledge French Cuisine and
banqueting. Should be 23 to
30 years of age with no less
than 4 years experience in
similar position in large hotel.
Will be expected to replace
Sous Chef on his days off.
References and clean police
certificate.
CHEF GARDE MANAGER
for 400 room hotel.
Successful applicant will be
responsible for preparation of
all cold dishes including
preparation of large buffet
banquets. Must be able to carve
ice and butter sculptures.
Should be 25 to 35 years of
age with not less than 4 years
experience in similar position.
References and clean police
cer t i f i ca te.
Interest applicants please
apply in person to
International Hotel, Personnel
Office for interview. Vincent
Russell, Assistant Manager.

C6264
SEC R ETA R Y/TYPIST
required by Bahamas Oil
Refining Company. Applicants
should have high school or
commercial training in Typing,
Shorthand or Speedwriting.
Previous experience would be
an asset. Interested persons are
requested to apply in writing
stating details of qualifications
and present salary to:
Personnel Officer, P.O. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6262
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS
required by BORCO. Duties
avili! consist of investigating
trouble-shooting and solving
maintenance problems. Provide
technical advice and
engineering expertise to
maintenance and operating
personnel. Review and specify
spare parts and equipment.
Investigate and recommend
new maintenance materials,
tools and equipment. Develop
maintenance projects and
supervise maintenance
contractors. Degree in
Mechanical Engineering
required. Interested persons are
requested to apply in writing
stating details of qualifications
and present salary to:
Personnel Officer, P.O. Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6265
Night 'N Day T.V. Services
L i m i t e d r e qu i res
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
w i t h f i v e y e ars
minimum experience in:
Repair of Marine, VHF and
UHF Mobile Communication
Equipment. The successful
applicant should also be
competent in the repair of
TV':, Record Players and
Stereo Equipment. Salary
open. Contact: Mr.
Colebrooke, Phone: 352-8388,
P.O. Box F-2443, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.


C6259
Todhunter Mitchell has
vacancy for female bottle line
workers. Applicants must have
experience in operating high
speed bottling line.
Bahamians only need apply to:
Box F-2444, Freeport.


Brother Juniper


"You're not growing bald, chief. You're just evolving."


"Okay, gang. How d'you want 'em:
or well-burnt?"


I 0j I HOUR:S


medium-burnt


'Maybe if yougave her a raise she could afford to quit
her night job."


"'They're not all complaints about the taste some
only complain because the prize we enclose is so
shoddy."


HELP WANTED

C6261
LIVE-IN MAID for all
domestic duties Bahamian
only. Apply with references,
P.O. Box F-96, Freeport.

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.

C6254
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
with previous experience and
possessing skills in typing and
shorthand;
RECEPTIONIST/TYPIST with
cordial personality, neat
appearance and good typing
skills; also, MALE CLERICAL
HELP, must have driver's
license.
Please apply: Freeport
Secretarial & Employment
Services, P. 0. Box F-1955,
Freeport.


HELP WANTED

C6258
1-KITCHEN PORTER:
Applicant must have oast
experience in similar position.
Will be responsible for the
cleaning of Kitchen and
disposal of garbage. Police
Certificate Is required
Applicants should apply to:
Personnel Department,
Bahamas Amusements Limited,
El Casino,
P. 0. Box F-787,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6263
M A I N T E NANC E
SUPERVISOR required by
BORCO. Duties will consist of
responsibility for checking the
installation and alignment of
all rotating refinery equipment
and ordering of spare parts for
same. Trouble-shooting, solving
maintenance problems and
supervising assigned
maintenance personnel.
Comprehensive experience as
machinist/millwright in
refinery or chemical plant is
essential. Degree desirable but
not mandatory. Previous
supervisory experience
required. Interested persons are
requested to a*ply in .writing
stating details of qualifications
and present salary to:
Personnel Officer, P.O. Box-
F-2435, Fregport, Grand
Bahama.


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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS



On the evening of Tuesday, 18th September, the Submarine Cable System
was put out of commission by an accident caused allegedly by the anchor of
a tanker off Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.

It was determined through testing that the cable segment between Eight
Mile Rock and West Palm Beach was damaged, resulting in the loss of all
traffic on the system. The Submarine Cable segment between Eight Mile
Rock and Nassau was re-activated.

Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation's staff together with American
Telephone and Telegraph Company's staff have worked throughout the night
restoring limited services through the troposheric system.

Because of these limited facilities tlhe public may experience some delay
particularly during the busy hours of the day.

Arrangements have been made for a Cable ship to proceed immediately to
the area to effect necessary repairs.

The Corporation wishes to apologise to the public for any inconvenience
caused by this accident.

September 19th, 1973.


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THERE 4f Y OF ROO FOR A HORSE BESIDE TE CAR..AN'HE
WOULDN'T BARK AT NIGHT AN' I COULD FEED HIM APPLES OFF
W. WILON'S TREE..."

Brother Juniper


"I offered him a bone, but he demanded pipe and slippers."


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
I Hydraulic 29. Glacial
pumps ridges
5. Overlie 30. Verbal
8. Arab's coat 32 Be sorry
11. Neglect 34. English river
12. Common verb 35 Cloth strainer
13. Rabble 37. Manuscripts:
14 Anklebones abbr.
15. Accomplish 39. Book cover
17. Head cook comment
18. Hurried 41. Insipid
19. Wild banana 45. Prejudiced
21. Growing out 47 Not working
24. Sinbad's 48. Fourth caliph
bird 49. Stalemate
27. Ornamental 50. French resort
clock 51. Turmeric


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS
1 Bleak 30 Turmoil
4. For 31. Aurora
7. Bewildered 32. Watch
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CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
I from the Carroll Righter Institute

GENERAL TENDENCIES: Promises broken,
by you or others, is likely to be the order of the
day N ou would be wise to carry through with-whatever
promises you have made Curb the urge to let restlessness take
you from one interest to another
ARIES (Mar : 1 to Apr 19) Bemg most careful in motion is
important now so you can avoid accidents Guard your words,
too, so that you don't offend others Count your change when
shopping Listen to a pal's advice
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Don't invest unwisely
whether in a small or larger way or you could regret it later.
Endeavor to be more understanding of others Study a new
activity that could be profitable in the future
GEMINI (May 21 to June ?l) If you come up with some
ticklish matter at home, you could destroy the harmony that
exists there no% Wait until a better day before you engage in
a new outlet that interests you
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Instead of feeling
sorry for yourself because you are not getting ahead fast,
become more active in the right channels Take time to
improve your appearance Attend the social tonight.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Personal relationships are more
important today than monetary deahngs, so keep focused on
the former A personal aim can be reached easily now. Control
your temper Avoid one who bickers
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 2) Making sure to handle public
duties in the morning makes it possible later to gain personal
aims of importance Obwain the facts and figures that are vital
in your line of endeavor
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct :2) You have a new plan in mind
and getting it to work quickly can bring success in the near
future Study your responsibilities well and know what should
be done about then, Be more cheerful
SCORPIO (Oct -3 to Nov 21) Show that you are
scrupulous in handling any obligations and promises you have
made If you endeavor to tun away from your duties, you
could get into much trouble Be more self-reliant.
SAGIT IARItS (Nov 22 to Dec 21.) Make sure you don't
enter into an argument between an associate and a higher-up.
Show more courtesy to others and make progress through own
efforts Avoid one *ho is troublesome
CAPRICORN (DeL 2 1to Jan 20) Get busy with work you
have to do and avoid trying to get away with anything, or you
could get into trouble Acquire the new implements that can
help you to do your work better Be wise
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Eeb 19) It would be wise at this
time to avoid expensive amusements Sidestep one who brings
up subjects that are depressing Show more kindness to loved
one Engage in favorite hobby tonight
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) An argument between you and
one at home could become serious so make sure you take steps
to avoid it Make plans to handle your tasks more efficiently.
Satisfy your curiosity through study
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
one of those charming young people who will do so much
looking on both sides of any situation it will be difficult to
make up the mind as to which is right Give the spiritual
training that will help to make decisions quickly and well. The
education should be directed along artistic lines.
"1 he Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU'

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By VICTOR MOLLO
Is the standard higher today
than it was in 1934 ? That is
the title of a feature in Le
Bridgeur by French interna-
tional Jean-Paul Meyer, who
P:'?sar.-s a ser:_ of Qjizz:-,
based on problems devised for
players in the upper bracket 30
years ago. This is one of them
Dealer South: Love All
North
J 9 7
AKQ 7 4
C. 4 3 2
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East
10 8 3
V 10 5 3
0 A 10 8
& J 9 7 2
South West North East
1 4 1 2 Pass
A Pass 4 ,.) Pass
5 4
West leads the *K. then the
9 to East's <\A. What should
East return?
The key to the play lies in
the bL dine Why didn't South
pass 4 Cle ,rlh tee.!use he h i>.
at best a singleton heart and
presumably seven clubs.
Once he sees West show out
in trumos he will cross to
dummyv with his only hear and
take the marked finesse against
East's &J. East should, there-
fore, remove declare's only
link with dummy before the
4-0 trump split comes to light.
A diamond return is un-
:nsnired but the worst is i spad;.
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- IT U RDSTURBE M HIM DO )OU I cONmT THINK SO--- BUT HE
THAT BARBARA MEAN THAT WANTED THE OPPORTUNITY TO
WHEN YOU TAL'ED TO GORDY STOPPED SEEING HE PURPOSELY SEE HER ALONE / HE LEFT
THIS EVENING, YOU DESCRIBED HIM/ PLANNED TO THE PARTY AND-WENT THERE/
HIM AS PSYCHOTIC/ WELL, KILL HER 7 IN THE COURSE OF TALKING
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Wednesday, September 19, 1973.


Wenty Ford named



'Player of the month'



by the Atlanta Braves

BAHAMIAN MAJOR LEAGUE ROOKIE HURLER Wenty
Ford was named "player of the month" in the Atlanta Braves
organization Monday night. On September 30 he will be specially
honoured prior to the last game of the season.
Being one of two Bahatmians strikes on Perez and not
called up to the Major League knowing what type of pitches
this season, Ford in his debut he takes tossed in a low curve
last week Monday pitched a which was hit well for the tie
strong five-hitter and collected breaking game winning run.
two hits and one rbi in the Again on Tuesday night, he
Braves 10-4 victory over the went through two innings
San Francisco Giants Hie giving up three hits and two
became the first Bahamian to runs In the Braves 9-4 loss to
pitch in the Major League. the Sain Diego Padres.
Ford. a 10-5 starter with the Ilowvvecr. lie did not take that
Braves AAA club before he vvas loss.
called up over two weeks ago, Ford is expected back soon
has from his performances after their final game and an
earned more spots on the arousing welcome is in the
B raves pitching line-up, planning stage for his arrival.
Ilowever, not quite used to
relict pitching he does iot
get warm until going into the
third inning cost himn his first Cha BabM


Brought in over the weekend
against the Western Division
leaders Cincinnati Reds when
the score was notched at two
all, it was a Tony Perez homer
that gave him a standing one
and one Maior League record.
NOT READY
Actually he was not quite
ready. Ford explained that
having pitched over the
maximum ol 100 inning'
between AAA and Majoi
League his pitching arm wa,
bothering him.
Nevertheless, he had two


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WINDIES WILL WIN
IMII)(ll TOWN, BARBADOS
(Al') I former West Indies cricket
captain Gary Sobers said today that
the West Indies will he hard to beat
in the forthcoming home series
against t-ngland-
Sobers noted the pattern by
w which Fngland has avenged her
home defeats here, hut said, "we
will he hard to beat this time. We
have a vers strong team."
lie said the West Indies \ere
plat inV; together as one tea il
' which L was oer important."
MOORE GETS 18th CAP
IN()NOiN (A\P') tBobby Moore,
captain (If the I ngland soccer
team, sas named Iluesday for his
lOsth international game %while
the directors of W\est Haim L'nited
were deciding whether to sell him.
Sir \If Ramsey., ngland team
manager, chose a squad of 22
players for a friendly\ game against
S\ustria at \rcmilhes\ Stadium Sept.
2(i. Moore \was among them.
The 32 year-old star. who led
I ngland to its World Cup triumph
in 1t60, is reported ready ito lease
%Nest tam after 16 tears with the
club.
West Ham has said Moore has not
formally asked for a transfer. Hut
soccer sources sta\ he is unsettled
because of ,est nlan's poor form.






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AMERICAN LEAGl'E
East Division
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore S D i s1 50)3 --
IBoston S-2 (t 543 71,
Detroit 7' 71 527 10
New" ork "7 47 IS
Milttlukee 1 8) 4o0 iSt,
'hleveland (7 85 441 23
West Division
().aklind Stl I0 5'03
Kansas ( it\ 1S2 01) 543 7'
MilnestiiL 73 7 7 490 15'
('hicaigo 73 S 483 16't
C(alitornia. 69 79 466 1t4
le\as s 16 156 35'
Tuesday s Results
()akland 5. (.tili.rina 4
('leoeland 6, MXii.itukee 5
Boston 4, Ne\s 'Y,,rk 2
taltimore 6. Dltroit 2
Kansas ( it% 4, 1Minnesota 3
I exas 7, ('hicag,> 2
Today's Games
California (R\an Is 16 and lanana
1 i) at lexas (Broherg 4 8) and
Hudson 4 1). 2. 7 p.m.
%ews York (Stottlernre 14 15) at
Bo3ston ( tiant 18 121. 7 30 p.m.
Baltimore (McNalht 16 15) at
I )etroit (( 'oleimnanit 20 15). 8 p m.
(.'htag o otod 24 19) at K.nsas
('i(t (Garber i 9). 1 30 p im.
Oakland (Blue 18 9) at Mintnesota
(life 2 2 or Decker 10t), ) p m.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet. GB


PitT hsburgh
%1,ti ntreal
St I ,uiis
Nes\ York
('hicago
Philadelphia
West


7S 73
75 75
75 76
74 77
7 1 79

Division


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( i i ailli i I 3 5 si 61t
I ts Angeles M7 64 .576 6
Sjan I railcscit .3 i66 5S7 9
I.tinstltl 77 70 503 17
Atlanta 73 80 477 21
Sain Dieg, 55 is .367 37'.
Tuesday's Results
C'incinnati I. |Houstton 0
New York 6, Pittsblurgh
Philadelphia 5 2, Chicago 2 3
St I.ouis 7, Montreal 4
San Diego 9, Atlanta 4
Today's Games
San DiegoI (Kirby 8 16 and
Troedson 6 8) at Houston (Griffin
2-6 and Konieczny 0-0), 2. 6:30
p.m.
St. Louis (Nagv 0 2) at Philadelphia
(Carlton 1 I1 9), 7:35 p.m.
I'itsburgh (Briles 13-12) at New
York (Stone I 1-3). 8:05 p.m.
Atlanta (Niekro I 3 8) at Los
Angeles (Messermith 13 10). II
p.m.
Cincinnati (Norman 11 12) at Sanil
Francisco (Bradles 13 11). 11 p.m.


Mercury squad bowl themselves back to share lead

By GLADSTONE THURSTON


"DUE CONTRIBUTION
from each member of the
team," was cited by skipper
Cedric Saunders as the key to
their success through the years.
Complimenting that comment,
Larry d'Albenas tossed in a
match high of 631, George
Friesen added a strong 523 and
Dana Johnson rolled a
competitive 514 pacing the
league leaders and defending
champions, Mercury bowling
squad to a 3-0 shutout over
fourth place Nassau Guardian
last night.
Coining off an off-night
last week when they dropped
two to Finco, Mercury jumped
on the Guardian 903-803,
871-829 and 877-831 creating
a three-way tie for first place
with Finco and City Market.
The league leading bowler,.
d'Albenas, left the open fraines
for the beginners last night and
in the first game rolled a season
high of 239 breaking his own
record by one pin. The fourth
man for Mercury's line-up
presently holds the record for
the highest set this season a
062.
Spotted 24 handicap pins in
the first game, the (;Guardian
did well to keep Mercir\
trailing 363-337. A five- strike
rally between the fourth and
the eighth frames by d'Albenas
soon put this to an end and
with Leslie Pinder picking L11
strikes between the fifth all
the seventh, Mercury blatc.d
ahead 721-554 going into the
ninth frame.
Guardian's team capti
Bruce Delancy and Rtube;t
Taylor both of whom kept tfht
pace going during the openiii':
frames fell short of their mark,
through the tenth framnc
Mercury took a 100 pi:i
victory. Delancy led his 1,t','
with a 180 and 'Taylor had ,
162.
d'Albenas' second g1a).u
threatened to be a taste ,o la:
week when he opened vwiil
misses and spares. Sauindc',
and Friesen however prevented
Mercury from lapsing tt dei'. i
until the fifth frame ykhcn
d'Albenas again picked up hi,
game helping them to a 42s all
tie.
Delancy, who was fairly
consistent throughout, teamed
up with Rogers and Andrew
Rogers in an unsuccessful
attempt to avert the inevitable
Their effort fell short by 42
pins as Mercur. took a 2-0
lead.
A total of 68 handicap pins
were given the Guardian in the
final game and still they were
unable to offset the strong
bowling of the Mercury Squad
d'Albenas rolled a game high ot1
204 increasing his average to
194, Johnson came thirougtl
with a 184 and Friesen .added a
179 cruising Merciury to an
easy 46 pins victorS.
Andrew Rogers was good lo
193 anid Delancy rolled a 1,5
Being the only (;uardiani
t players to reach over the hall
d way mark.


WENTY FORD ........Atlanta
Braves Player of the month.




y Boy Rolle


denies being knocked



down by Bobby Lloyd


BAHAMAS LIGHTHEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP Baby Boy Rolle
in a press statement yesterday denied having been knocked down
by Bobby Lloyd during their ten rounder last Friday at the
Nassau Stadium. Rolle said that he was unable to carry the pace
that he trained because he "fell down in the second round and
was punched three or four times by Lloyd," when he fell he said


he injured his knees.
That fight, which was judged
a drawv, was controversially
debated by many boxing fans
who viewed the fight and
figured that Lloyd had won
easily. Fven referee George
Wilmnorc who had no part in
the judgment saw Lloyd
winning -2. The two rounds
given to Lloyd by Wilmore
ca n follo wIing an
infringement by L!oyd in the
second round when he was
penalized two rounds.
Limping into the Tribune
office yesterday morning.
Rolle said that he did not tell
anyone not even his second
that he got hurt. "I merely
kept it a secret hoping that I
might finish well," he said.
"Anybody who knows me as a
fighter and know how I fight
will know that I was not
fighting up ti standard." Rolle
figured that he won at least
four rounds.
TOP SHIAPL
Physically. Rolle said that he
was in top shape for that bout
having sparred with the best
partners while training in
Miami. This went along with
four to five miles of road work
daily.
By fighting Lloyd again, "I
was trying to prove a point. 1
was trying to prove that I was
just as last, better and have
more experience than he.' said
Rolle Due to his purported
knees injury in the second
round, "1I didn't get a chance
to prove it."
However, "it will please my
heart to tight him again," said
Rolle whose courage does not
allow him to give in. Yet he
does not know when that
return bout will be.
EXPLAINS
In explaining his actions in
the second round, Rolle said
that while falling, he was
groping for support when lie
found his hands wrapped
around Lloyd's leg It seemed
as it the local chanip was trying
to topple Lloyd who in
retaliation powered punches to
Rolle's head. Referee Wilmore.
who figured Lloyd's reaction's
unfavourabl penalized him
two rounds.
Rolle would like to pass on
to the fans that he was not
responsible for choosing the
judges of the fight. The
promoters, Rolle said, chose
Harry Smith and David Butler
as judges and Wilmore as
referee. Currey, dissatisfied
with selection picked Meryl
with selection picked Meryl
Pinder, Rodney Heastie and
Thomas Ambrose as judges,
Rolle explained.
CONTROVERSY
Last Friday's bout was the
third time both fighters met
and all ended controversially.
The first time, Lloyd,
claiming a low blow, gave up
giving Rolle a technical
knockout victory. The second
and third times it was evident
to many that Lloyd had won
convincingly but the judges
saw the fight a draw.
SuSch decisions seemed to
have an adverse effect on


LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT
CHAMP BABY BOY ROLLE
...dejected.

Rolle's popularity and fans
booed whenever he was
introduced in the ring.
Barely troubled by the
protests, plans are presently
being carried out for another
bout in Freeport, Grand
Bahamna with an opponent still
to be named. Rolle will resume
training in about four days.
It is understood that the
local champ now rated
number four in the light
heavyweight division of the
British Empire Ratings had a
championship bout arranged
with B E. light heavyweight
champ John Conteh but turned
it down due to financial
reasons. Rolle said that that
bout is expected to come
around sonic time next month

Champion Monzon

plans to retire

ROME (AP) World
middleweight boxing champion
c'arlos Monzon of Argentina arrived
in Rome Tuesday and announced
he planned to cuit boxing after tvw
or three more title defenses.
Monzon will train in Rome until
Sunday. He will then fly to Pari;s
for a title fight Sept. 29 against
French challenger Jean Claude
Bouttier, whom he knocked oul
twos years ago.
'After Bouttier I want to defend
my crown another couple of times
possibly against Tony Mundine of
Australia or Jose Mantequills
Napoles of Mexico." Monzon said
hen I can retire."
tie said that after retirement hi
planned to live on his farm at Santa
Ie. in Argentina.
"All the reports that I'd become
an actor are groundless MonLon
said.


MI I t I' RY
Ist 2nd
1) Johnson 164 I O


L. Pinder 178
G. Friesen 172
L. d'Albenas 2339
C. Saunders 150
NASSAO (;I
R. Taylor 16d2
A. Rogers 139
R. Parks
R. Lowe 130
1). Roberts Io1
B. Delancy 180


3rd I ut.
1S4 514


160 157 445
172 1'9 52.1
188 204 031
185 1S3 4S8
ARM)1 \N
14S 3117
15S 1t3 4'9tl
125 12S 2 5.I
141 27 1
157 It, 4 I61
191 165 5 .;16


PLAZA LEAGUE STANDINGS
W I.
Mercury I 2 3
Finco I 2 3
City Market I 2 3
Nassau Guardin 6 9
Home Furniture 3 12
Sawyer's Food 2 13
Billy Roberts and team
captian Burnice Sands
combined for a total of 1.156
pinfalls last night leading last
season's first half winners City
Market to a 845-812, 866-728
and 969-670 victory over
Sawyer's Food dropping
them in last place with a two


andl 13 record
Sassvrc' w",ere ltortunate to
at iti 7 10 antdc:tlap at the
begninntig o. each game but the
Marketkc.'is .,,n .reaching the
tiltth II I ,:e, had already
I l'triev '- thle bonus and taken
the tea'd
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with 474 and 461 respectively. make their presence felt in the
However, Robert's 221(583) Plaza League and behind the
and Sands' 211(573) were bowling of team captain Percy
untouched. Tony Roberts Knowles' 209(555) defeated
added a good 188(520) for the Home Furniture 755-623,
Marketeers. 804-757 and 719-688 to hold a
************* first place tie for the second
Finco. last season's seventh consecutive week.


two gallons of milk.
415 A DAY
"Our aim is to have Bobby take
415 a day. Sometimes the number
falls to around 300. Bobby doesn't
keep his mouth closed long
enough."
Bobby flexed his right elbow.
"I've had this arm trouble for
about five years," he said. "It goes
back to my golfing days before I
returned to tennis. It's from hitting
hundreds of balls on the practice
tee. Calcium ol my elbow.
"1 took a shot earlier in the week
and had a booster shot Monday. I
think it will be okay."
Like a pint-sited Muhammad Ali,
Riggs has a built-in entourage. His
htief sparmate is a young Los
Angeles pro named Lornie Kuhle.
Hans \N ichary is a German pro, now
cotch at the University of San
Niego, wshom lobby is constantly
hustling for $100 and $200 bets.
"The decision to play best-of-five
sets is right down Bobby's alley,"
said H\ichary. "Hobby is stronger in
the seventh set than in the second."
STAYING POWER
Riggs teamed at this accolade to
his staying power.
"' rhe way I see it," the little man
said, "Billie Jean will either go out
and blow me off the court in
straight sets-and I don't think it's
possible, understand, but just
conjecture-or shell meet the same
fate as Margaret Court.
"That was the day Margaret was
led to the guillotine-the Moather's
IDa Massacre, May 13."
Riggs referred to his 6-2. 6-1,
victory over the reigning queen of
tennis at San Diego last spring.
"I his is not so much a match of
physical power and skills as of
concentration and emotion,"
argued Riggs. "Women lack the
stability of men. It Billie Jean
doesn't beat me quickly, she can
come apart at any stage of the


match.
"That's what I'm counting on."
The two antagonists the aging
veteran who walks like a duck, and
the militant fireman's daughter
carrying the banner of feminism -
have adopted drastically conflicting
approaches to the big match.
After winning two matches in a
women's tournament Monday,
Billie Jean announced that until
Thursday night she would avoid
private interviews and public
appearances.
"I'm sorry, guys," she told a
news conference. "I want to spend
the next three days resting,
practicing and concentrating for
this match.
LOVES TO WIN
"I'm taking this match very
seriously. I love to win. I welcome
the responsibility and the pressure.
Bobby had better be ready. '
Bobby, on the other hand, has
leaped into the promotion with
unbridled enthusiasm and energy.
He whirled through a mad series of
public appearances, made quick
visits to other Texas cities and
taken on all comers-for a price-at
his evening training sessions in a
$12,000 bubble court outside the
Astrodome.
'"It's amazing how many people
like to get hustled by Bobby
Riggs," Bobby gloated. 'My price is
$100. I'll play four at a time. Ill
put chairs on the court. Ill carry an
umbrella or a dog on a leash
anything for a bet.
"There was this banker that
wanted to play me for $1,000. I
had to put eight chairs on my side
of the court. The guy brought in
100 friends, paying $5 apiece.
"All he got out of it was a
button which said, I was hustled by
Bobby Riggs. I love these Texans
who don't mind being separated
from their money."


LEAGUE LEADERS and defending champions, Mercury bowling squad, are from left:
Cedric Saunders (team captain) George Friesen, Dana Johnson, Larry d'Albenas and
Leslie Pinder. Photo: Rickey Wells.


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