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Friday. September 21, 1973.
TOWN BAR B Q, getting
a good name round town
THE "TOWN-BAR B Q" in the Mosko Building at Trinil> nul
M.irkcl Streciv bang in the centre of town, offers a unique dua!
service.
the down-town office
I o* n-Bar-B-Q"
substantial, list)
jnd economical hinch in clean,
c -in roundin
i he
drive into the
ttractivel) In .at park at the
Market Street entrance and
equipment. What's mere it's
ipotletd) clean even when I
saw it alter a busy lunch
period. It is all white and
modern chrome ovens with
huge (last doors through which
in see BUCCUlent chickens
turning slowly on the spit. At
hosier tunes of the day there
ASPECTS OF LIVING
Ins or hei supper with
re effort than putting Ins
hand out of his cat windown.
However, let us start with
the kitchen where the food is

priority ovei
all Otl
I..IS ,1
kit en with
up-to-the minute
will he five spits turning each
containing five chickens.
i ll.u B-i.i '
specializes in barbecuing. I heir
entrees, chicken, spare ribs and
heel ire all really barbecued
and not cooked in some other
method then doused with
barbecue sauce
I hose who choose to lunch
in the dining room collect their
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Just Arrived
VERNIER* MOTT BUYS
FAMILY FOOD FAIR
NOTICE
The following persons are asked to collect their watches
from Mademoiselle Ltd.as soon as possible. If not collected
by Saturday, September 29th, these watches will be sold to
defray cost of repairs.
Mr. R. Albury
Mr. J. Dames
Brenda McKenzie
Yvonne Sweeting
Thelma Pennerman
Irrington Dean
Patricia Whitfield
Inez Bowleg
Y. Brown
Mrs. V. Diaz Garcia
Mr. A. Moss
Mr. E. White
Mary Lord
Lloyd Miller
William Thompson
Mr. S. Williams
Mr. Cyril Johnson
Mr. Coakley
Mr. L. Rolle
Phillip Micklewhite
Mae Glinton
Mrs. Vera Lockyer
Ruth Knowles
Mr. G. Rolle
B. Gomez
William Wells
Miss T. Johnson
Kent Rolle
Mrs. Carter
K. Fountain
A. Solomon
Leroy Burrows
Clifford Green
F. Rolle
Arthur Brown
Mrs. E. Moncur
Evelyn Johnson
R. Smith
Michael Bowe
V. McKinnie
Les Butler
Maomi Smith
Mabel Fernander
Margaret Cunningham
John Wilkinson
Harcourt Carter
Alberta Duncanson
MADEMOISELLE LTD.
Bay Street
P.O. Box N4882
Telephone: 2-1404
THE TOWN Bar-B-Q in the Mosko Building it Trinity Place and Market Street, is
popular downtown eating spot in comfortable surroundings.
own order from the counter
I bus, dispensing with the
services of waitresses, Mr. John
Stowphis the proprietor
informed me. permits him to
keep the prices low. For SI.35
the customer gets j very
generous serving of a whole
quarter chicken, French fries,
cole slaw, a roll and barbecue
sauce served in a plastic basket.
The drivers or those who
wish to carry their dinners
,iwj> have their's packed in a
box. For families there .ire
whole barbecued chickens foi
"Town-Bar-B-Q" buy their
chickens from Eleuthers
limited.
Mr. Stowphis assures me of
the freshness of the food. It is
never precooked and then
warmed ovei the following
da) he said. 1 he chickens take
less thin an hour to cook and
are then removed to a warming
oven immediately under Ihe
counter where his assistants
speedil) lill the customers
order. It takes one to two
minutes for an assistant to put
j customer's order together.
The dining room is far more
pleasant than you would
expect from an eating place
specializing in speed) service
and budget price meals. It is a
spacious tasteful yet simple
room. I he tables are utilitarian
vet good looking with plenty
ot spuic between them. The
walls are tiled in easy-to-clean
Portugese tiles from the
ceiling half way down the
bottom of the walls are brown
stained and varnished wood
which adds warmth to what
taril) must be sterile
surroundings. Sofl beige drapes
over Ihe windows ensuring
diners privacv from the busy
Trinity Place pedestrians and
motorists. The floor is a lovely
soft orange vin) I.
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I ocited on Blue Hill Road
and John Street, the foodstore
has served the immediate area
for a number of years, and has
become well known for its
Sunday morning
accommodation of customers
Miss Mott, whose business
experience over the past few-
years has been principally in
the area of real estate, plans a
slow expansion programme,
but only after carefully
evaluating the market potential
of the store.
The purchase comes at a
time when the neighbourhood
food market is back in vogue.
At the point at which Family-
Food Fair is located, two blocks
north of Wulff Road, there is
no large food market nearby,
and most of the immediate
residents are without motor
transportation. Family l-'ood
Fair, in addition to carrying
the regular food and grocery
items, also supplies a range ol
local fruits and vegetables. A
lew meat department is being
ipened shortly.
The store will continue to
open on Sunday morning from
7 a.m. to 10 a.m. During the
week, the store is open from
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Friday and Saturday it will
remain open until u p.m.
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Friday, September 21, 1973.
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Arrived today: Mardi Gras,
Southward from St Thomas
Sailed today: Mardi Graf,
Southward for Miami
Arriving tomorrow: Bahama
Star, hmerald Seas from
Miami; Tropic Day from West
Palm Beach. Veendim, Oceanic
from New York
Sailing tomorrow: Tropic
Day for West Palm Beach
TIDES
High 2.31 a.m. and
p.m.
low 8.33 a.m. and
p.m._______
3.12
9.31
WEATHER
Wind: East to south-east 8
to 15 tn.p.h.
Weather. Showers likely
tonight, mainly fair tomorrow
Sea: Slight
Temp: Min. tonight 74
Max. tomorrow 88
SUN
Rises 5.57 a.m.
Sets 6.1 1 p.m.
MOON
Rises 12.50 a.m.
Sets 2.38 p.m.
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AS OF SEPTEMBER I9th, I973 ...SI.23
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By Abigail Van Buren
e \m r cmum TrtfciwN. Y. Nn In*, tar.
DEAR ABBY: The letter signed "Empty Arms" moved
me. [She was the mother who gave up her illegitimate
child for adoption, and wondered if the ache would ever go
away.l
My husband and I were childless until some incredibly
kind and unselfish mother gave up her newborn baby, who
an agency placed in our home. My husband and I are
bursting with joy, and plan to raise this beautiful little girl
in a home filled with love and happiness. When she starts
to ask questions, I shall tell her about her wonderful, gen-
erous "other mother" who loved her so much she gave her
up
I only wish I could tell our "other mother" that I would
have given anything in the world to have shared her bur-
den during the pregnancy and the birth, and how eternally
grateful 1 am for her enormous sacrifice.
Abby, please tell "Empty Arms" that, anonymous tho
she is, I love her with all my heart, and pray that her
arms, like mine, will soon be overflowing. OVERFLOWING
DEAR ABBY: I, too, had "Empty Arms" when I gave
up my fatherless child 13 years ago. But every year the
ache grows more bearable.
I was only 16 then. But I kept my self-respect, went
back to school, and worked my way thru college as a
waitress.
I am now married to a prominent man in public life,
and we have a wonderful family of our own. [Yes, he knew
all about me, and it made no difference] Every year on
my first-born's birthday I suffer Just a little, but I have no
regrets because, in my heart, I know I made the right
decision Time heals. And so does love. BEEN THERE
DEAR ABBY: That "Empty Arms" letter hit me right
between the eyes. How I envy her courage and good sense.
When I was young and foolish, I thought I was in love
and gave myself to a man who skipped town as soon as I
told him I was pregnant.
In those days only the rich could afford abortions, so I
had to bear a child I didn't want. I felt my baby would be
better off if I gave him to a couple who really wanted a
child, but my mother talked me out of it. She said God
would punish me for giving up my own flesh and blood.
I had to work two jobs to make ends meet, so my
mother, who was a widow, raised my son. He didn't turn
out very good. In fact, he's serving time right now for
armed robbery, but it's not all his fault. He never had a
father's love and guidance.
I want to congratulate "Empty Arms" for doing what
she did. I'm sorry I didn't give my son a better break in
life. TOO LATE
DEAR ABBY: Tell "Empty Arms" for me that she can
get over the ache of having given up her chiM, but it will
take a lot of self-discipline.
I could have written that letter myself 15 years ago,
and I confess, I read it thru tear-dimmed eyes. For the
first few years, on "his" birthday I used to get smashed.
Then with the help of my local Mental Health Clinic [which
charged me only what I could afford to payand that
wasn't much) I learned to forgive myself. I had a lot of
growing up to do. But thank God, I made it, and "Empty
Arras" can make it too, if she tries. God bless her!
ME, TOO
DEAR ABBY: Enclosed U a "prayer" I found taped
inside the kitchen cupboard door in a house we recently
moved into I thought maybe you would like to share it with
your readers. Sincerely yours,
THE SEVENS, GREENVILLE, ME.
DEAR SEVENS: Thank you. but I've already "shared" It
with my readers. [I wrote it. I However, I think it's worth
repeating. And here it is:
A PARENT'S PRAYER
Oh, heavenly Father, make me a better parent.
Teach me to understand my children, to listen patiently
to what they have to say, and to answer all their ques-
tions kindly. Keep me from interrupting them or contra-
dicting them. Make me as courteous to them as I would
have them be to me. Forbid that I should ever laugh
at their mistakes, or resort to shame or ridicule when
they displease me. May I never punish them for my own
selfish satisfaction or to show my power.
Let me not tempt my child to lie or steal. And guide
me hour by hour that I may demonstrate by all I say
and do that honesty produces happiness.
Reduce, I pray, the meanness in me. And when I am
out of sorts, help me, Oh Lord, to bold my tongue.
May I ever be mindful that my children are children
and I should not expect of them the judgment of adults.
Let me not rob them of the opportunity to wait on
themselves and to make decisions
Bless me with the bigness to grant them all their
reasonable requests, and the courage to deny them privi-
leges I know will do them harm.
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U.S. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
IMPROVING
WASHINGTON (AP) The
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wu in deficit by 800 million dollars
in the second quarter of the year
the smallest qutflari) deficit In two
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The latest report on the U.S.
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The payments deficit list year
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Maybe you never looked al it this way.
But the interest a bank pays on your savings,
is profit coming to you. So the higher the interest
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Which is what our Term Deposit service
is about. It works like this: you deposit $1000
or more with us. for an agreed term. It may be
3 months. 6 months, a year, or longer.
We pay you interest according to the
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Call it a higher form of savings, if you like.
The fact is, you earn higher interest than you
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VOL. LXX, No. 251 Friday, September 21, 1973. Price: 15 Cents


'POVERTY PAN ONLY BE ELIMINATED BY PUBLIC

COMMITMENT TO LESS FORTUNATE BROTHERS & SISTERS'


MP urges






effort to he






over-the-h


community






ip relieve






ill problems


By NICKI KELLY
THE POVERTY, POOR HOUSING, OVER-CROWDING AND ALCOHOLISM which plagues the over-the-hiU
areas will never be eliminated until Bahamians as a whole are prepared to help themselves and each other Grants
Town M.P. Franklyn Wilson, told members of the Rotary Club of West Nassau yesterday.


"For any fundamental
change to come," he said,
"there must be a deep and
wide spirit within a very wide
segment of the Bahamian
public. Self help it may be
called. Humanism it may be
called. Names do not matter.
"What is important is that it
must be brought about through
proper planning, a national














TOM GUERRIER

CAR ACCIDENT

VICTIM'S FUNERAL
FUNERAL SERVICES for
little Tom Guerrier, 6, killed in
a car accident several days ago,
will be held on Sunday at St.
Barnabas parish starting at 2
p.m.
The Reverends Father
Gilbert Thompson and Father
Warren Rolle will officiate.'
Burial follows in Marshall View
cemetery.
Young Guerrier is, survived
by his parents, two sisters three
brothers and a host of other
relatives
Friends may pay their last
respects at Curtis Memorial
Mortuary on, Wulff Rd. on
Saturday starting at 2 p.m. and
from 1 p.m. on Sunday till
funeral time at the church.
DIES IN CHILDBIRTH
DELORES Patricia
Greenslade died in childbirth at
the Princess Margaret Hospital
last night. Her daughter
survived.
She is survived by five
daughters, Monique, Sheril,
Melline, Gladina and the baby:
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Greenslade and five brothers,
Oswald, Teddy, Bazil, Kendal
and Paul and four sisters,
Gladys, Yvonne, Mable and
Julie.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced later.

WHITE CROWNED
PIGEON
TALK TONIGHT

MR. RICHARD T. PAUL,
Assistant Research Director of
the National Audubon Society
of the United States of
America, will give a talk
tonight on the White Crowned
Pigeon at the Bahamas
Teachers' College. The talk will
be at 8 p.m.
Mr. Paul is an authority on
the White-Crowned Pigeon and
will be remembered for .his
informative talk on this bird at
the 1973 Flamingo Day
programme.



EARLY AMERICAN
DINING-ROOM
SETS

AILLY NAIIIU I F P1111
SNASSAU *FRtLEPORT j


will. co-operation, mutual
understanding of one's fellow
man plus a deep faith in the
concept that no man should be
discriminated against on the
basis of an accident of birth.
That no man's station in life
should be pre-determined by
impossible odds, that each
individual is and should be,
equal to each other individual
and that even defacto class
discrimination is not in the
best interest of a stable.
developing country."
The magnitude of the
problems, being as they were
part of a vicious cycle, were
staggering, Mr. Wilson said.
But if the challenge was to
be accepted, then a strategic
plan of development would
have to be initiated. Such
strategy had to start with, and
he based on an understanding
Jf what w.as actually going on
in over the hill areas, Mr.
Wilson observed.
The cycle of poverty, poor
housing, over-crowding and
alcoholism was vicious and
destructive of almost
everything in its path,
"including the spirit, the soul,
the pride, the ambition of its
victims," the Grants Town
M.P. declared.
SURVIVAL
Many of these who lived
over-the-hill were faced daily
with a fight for survival.
"Maids with five to ten
children and no husband and a
weekly income of $30 to $40
have to be among the best
economists in the world to
survive," he said.
There were children who
fainted daily in school yards
due to malnutrition.
While there were sufficient
wealth in the Bahamas at
present to eliminate poverty,
its distribution was not easy,
because Bahamians who had
managed to escape to the
surburbs would have to give
more voluntarily or through
taxation, and few Bahamians
were really willing to do this.
This, Mr. Wilson pointed
out, was the dilemma in many
countries trying to deal with
poverty.
The government alone could
not solve it. Many governments


had tried but the degree of
success was in proporting to
the willingness of the citizens
to cooperate.
"Poverty can only be
eliminated where there is a
sacred public commitment to
less fortunate brothers and
sisters," Mr. Wilson declared.
While some might argue that
the poor brought their poverty
on themselves, it had to be
viewed as part of the larger
cycle. "Something dynamic
must happen to get those in
the cycle out ... only some
external force can work."
"The source of that external
force must be the nation as a
whole, with the government
simply in the lead," he
asserted.
Housing was another
complex aspect of the
problem, he continued. The
inability of the poor to save
the necessary downpayment
and the scarcity of mortgage
money inevitably put the
ownership of a home out of
reach of most people over-the
hill.
NO MONEY
"I say that we cannot look
only to the government to
solve the problem," Mr. Wilson
declared. The money was
simply not in the treasury.
It was his contention that
the problem could only be
solved through the collective
determination and concerted
energies of the Bahamian
people, he said.
He recommended shared
labour to assist to eliminate
some of the cost of building,
and greater "conscience" on
the part of over-the-hill
landlords.
"In terms of what is
received, rent rates over the hill
often compete with rent on
Cable Beach," Mr. Wilson
declared.
Such inequities could only
be corrected if landlords were
prepared to cooperate.
While the country's total
population was small, 65, per
cent of all Bahamians were
under the age of 25.
This, plus poor housing,
contributed to overcrowding in
the home.
Sex, he said. "is a cheap


form of entertainment"
available even to the poor. But
children were expensive. They
reduced the potential for
saving by the parents and thus
further perpetrated the vicious
circle.
OVERCROWDING
Mr. Wilson maintained that
overcrowding in the
over-the-hill areas was helping
to frustrate the national effort
in education
"There is a correllation
between poverty, overcrowding
at home and poor examination
results," he told Rotarians.
"Thus we must not place
too much optimism about
education as the route out of
this cycle, because the
education system itself is, in
fact, caught up in the vicious
cycle of which I speak," he
said.
At the same time, and in the
same context, it should be
recognized that there were a
tremendous number of
non-Bahamian nationals,
resident in this area.
These people, mainly
Haitians. and to a lesser extent
Jamaicans, complicated the
situation by competing with
Bahamians for the houses
which were available and by
living in a style which further
depressed the entire
neighbourhood.
"The time has come for us
to really address ourselves to
this specific problem," Mr.
Wilson declared. "Now that we
are independent we can deal
with this more directly as a
matter of foreign policy with
our neighboring countries."
Having children, however.
was a personal matter which
the Bahamian people could
themselves control. "The
thrust for change is in the
bosom of our people."
Alcoholism was another link
in the cycle, and was so bad
that it was almost inevitable
that the boys of the area would
become alcoholics. To deal
with the situation was not
simple, and legislation alone
would not do the trick.
Again Mr. Wilson
emphasized the individual
effort in helping to eliminate
the overall problem.


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ZNS staff give PM notice of 'go-slow'
THE OFFENDING GATE Radio Bahamas management ignored the threat of a
go-slow by unionised staff who demanded that the western gate to the station's Collins
Avenue premises, closed for a full year and allegedly constituting a trafi. hazard, be
re-opened along with two exit doors in the building itself. In any event, the workers have
reportedly postponed the go-slow to give Prime Minister Lynden Pindling, who is
responsible for broadcasting and who only returned to Nassau from New York yesterday,
time to be brought up to date on the situation, and to give the machinery of the Labour
Ministry time to try to mediate a settlement in the dispute. Photographer Philip
Symonette took this picture of the still-closed gate at 1:20 p.m. yesterday, 20 minutes
after the threatened go-slow was to have gone Into effect.
IISET: ZNS notice on gate post.


FRANKLIN WILSON
... MP for Grants Town

CROWN ACCUSES

McLEAN OF

BRINGING

FALSE WITNESS
By SIDNEY DORSETT
SOLICITOR GENERAL T.
Langton Hilton, charging
accused kidnapper Leroy N.
McLean with bringing
witnesses to testify after telling
them what he wished them to
say, this afternoon closed the
prosecution's case as he ended
his one and a half day long
address to the Andrea Spencer
kidnap jury.
McLean, former C.I.D. Vice
Squad chief at Freeport
opened his address this
afternoon. Accused jointly
with corporal Spurgeon )ames,
he applied to trial judge Mr.
Justice Samuel Graham to be
allowed to present his address
"without being interrupted."
It was necessary, he said, as
frequent interruptions from
the judge would break his
trend of thought.
Dames and McLean have
pleaded not guilty to the
February 15 kidnapping of
Andrea Spencer, daughter of
former Royal Bank of Canada
(Freeport) general manager and
four other charges.
Arrested February 17 after a
police raid of their Bahama
Terrace apartment revealed
possession of a quantity of
ammunition and two
shot-guns, they were charged
with the kidnapping on
February 23.
The charge was brought
after a spent cartridge found at
the home of the Spencers was
said by a ballistics expert to
have been fired from one of
the two guns taken in the raid
C.I.D. Superintendent Fletcher
Johnson had told the court in
his evidence as a prosecution
witness earlier.
He did not mind important
points being recorded, McLean
said, but felt that his address
would lose effect if Mr. Justice
Graham should stop him after
every sentence.
NOT TRIFLING
He was referring to the
method used by the judge
during the address of the
prosecutor and asked that a
stenotypist be used if possible.
Attorney Randol Fawkes,
counsel for Dames, associated
himself with McLean in what
he termed "no trifling
application" but "a very
important and extremely
significant one."
Mr. Fawkes said it was
necessary if the court intended
I to finish the trial "before the
end of the month," noting
that two "long" speeches
remained to be given one by
himself, the other by McLean.
Mr. Justice Graham reserved
his ruling to adjourn court for
the luncheon break.
Mr. Fawkes had based his

Court Act, section 57 which
called for the use of recording
equipment whenever available
except where it was considered
unnecessary by the parties in
the case. "My only interests are
speed, accuracy and justice,"

Continuing his address to
the jury this morning, Mr.
Hilton said McLean asked
witnesses to come in and say
things he felt might assist him.
An example of this was the
evidence of John Penn and
Anthony Thompson.
'LIARS'
Mr. Hilton said that
"McLean has brought John
Penn here to give evidence and
has told him what to say." Mr.
Hilton said that Penn, who said
he was a regular visitor at the
Sandpiper Lounge,


remembered seeing only the
Pate 10, Col. 3


EXPRESSES REGRET TO BP BRANCH CHAIRMAN, AHD



Labour Minister raps PSU chief Darling



. for failing to hear 'suspension appeal'

By MIKE LOTHIAN
| LABOUR MINISTER CLIFFORD L. DARLING has rapped Public Services Union president
Thaddeus L. Darling for failing to hold a special general meeting to hear the suspension appeal of a


branch chairman.
But the Minister apparently
plans to take no action against
the union leader for failing to
have the meeting or for
ignoring a specific request for
the meeting from the Minister
himself.
In a September 7 letter, it is
understood, the Minister
warned the unionist that in
future he would be well
advised to work within the
framework of the union's
constitution, and added that in
future when the Ministry
requests action from the union
it would be in Mr. Darling's
best interest to pursue that
action.
At issue was the July 27
suspension of BaTel('o
chairman Willamae
Bridgewater. She was charged
with misapplication of union
funds and with conduct that
"suggested and confirmed that
you regard yourself as leader of
an independent and
autonomous organisation."
It was common knowledge
that Mrs. Bridgewater intended
to run against Mr. Darling in
up-coming union elections.
SPECIAL MEETING;
Shortly after the suspension
20 PSU members signed a
petition requesting a special
general meeting to hear an
appeal against the suspension.
Under the union's constitution
the president was bound to call
such a meeting.
When the president failed to
call the meeting, the petition
was taken to the Labour
Minister and in an August 16
meeting Minister Darling asked
that the petition be complied
with, and promised whatever
assistance was necessary to
ensure an orderly meeting.
But the union president
reportedly gave only limited
circulation to short notice for
the meeting and, when only 16
persons most, coincidentally,
members of the president's
executive committee showed
up he turned it into an
executive meeting and
proceeded to withdraw the
suspension, without ever giving
Mrs. Bridgewater the
opportunity to reply to the
charges against her.
Mrs. Bridgewater received
notice that her suspension was
lifted at about 5 p.m. August
29 three hours before the
union's presidential elections
began. The suspension had
effectively barred her from
campaigning, and she lost the
election 291-214.
Mrs. Bridgewater drew the
union president's actions to the
attention of the Minister in a
Sept.3 letter. The Minister's
Sept. 7 letter to Mr. Darling
was the result.
'UNFORTUNATE'
In that letter the Minister
termed the union executive's

Joe Delaney quits

as leatmen's chief
MR. JOSEPH Delaney this
week resigned as president of
the Boatmen's Association
after three years in that office,
due to pressure and "bad
behaviour" on the part of some
niembers.
Mr. Delaney delivered his
letter of resignation to
association secretary Frederick
The letter read:
"Owing to pressure and the
bad behaviour of some of the
men, I find it rather difficult to
carry on with this organisation
as president.
"I therefore find it necessary
to tender my resignation
as president of this association
effective September 18, 1973.
"I wish this association all
the success formerly
anticipated, and will render all
assistance required of me," Mr.
Delaney wrote.
Mr. Delaney told The
Tribune that the nature of the
bad behaviour referred to was
"too shameful" to make


public.
The Association is made up
the captains of the 22
glass-bottom boats operating
from the Prince George Wharf.


failure to hold the special
general meeting "unfortunate,"
The Tribune understands, and
said it was regrettable that his
personal request for the
meeting was not acted upon.
He reminded Mr. Darling
that he and his officers were
elected to office and were
charged with the responsibility
for protecting the rights of all
members under the
constitution without fear or
favour.


In a separate letter to Mr.
Bridgewater, also dated Sept. 7
but reportedly not received
until yesterday, the Minister
said the irregularities pointed
out by the branch chairman
had been noted, and he
expressed regret that internal
problems within the union
might have caused undue
difficulties for some members.
He expressed the hope that
the problems could be resolved
through the provisions of the
union's constitution.


PSU chief Darling


gets all of his



officers re-elected

By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE DARLING CAMP swept to final victory in the struggle
for control of the Public Services Union, in two and a half hours


of voting last night in the A.F.
Road.
Last night's meeting was the
third to be called for the
purpose of electing union
officers, and it was by far the
most poorly attended, with
only about 250 unionists
arriving from a nominal union
membership of over 3,000.
The dissatisfied members of
the union's Bahamas
Telecommunications
Corporation branch, fighting a
losing battle since their
chairman Mrs. Willamae
Bridgewater was narrowly
defeated in her bid to topple
incumbent president Thaddeus
L. Darling on August 29,
nominated candidates for only
two of the six posts last night,
and both were beaten by wide
margins.
Last night's balloting,
although by far the most
orderly of the three nights of
voting, was marked by an
almost total lack of effort to
check the eligibility of persons
who voted.
BaTelCo nominee for the
secretary general's office,
Ricardo Strachan of the Civil
Aviation Department. was
defeated 18541 by Garth
Greene of the Customs
Department.
Brenda M. Rolle was
unopposed in her bid for
assistant secretary on the
Darling slate. She was to have
been opposed by V. Ferguson
of the BaTelCo camp, but Mr.
Ferguson's name was not put
in nomination.
The BaTelCo group had
never intended to contest the
re-election of treasurer George
Gardiner. and he. too, returned
to office unopposed.
The only disturbance of the
night came during nominations
for the three trustees' seats. Up
for election to the posts on the
Darling slate were the Rev.
John E. Clare, Francis
Garroway and Edward
Gardiner.
The BaTelCo group were
also supporting the re-election
of Mr. Garroway, but Earl
Bowleg and Richard Smith
were to have been nominated
to make up the threesome.
However only Mr. Smith was
nominated.
OUT-CRY
There was an out-cry from
supporters of the BaTelCo
camp when Mr. Darling, who
conducted last night's meeting,
suggested that two of his
group's three nominees be
considered unopposed so there
would be only a two-man race
between Mr. Smith and the
Darling group's third nominee.
An observer from the
Labour Ministry, a Mr.
Edgecombe, vetoed Mr.
Darling's idea, however, and
voters were told to mark the
names of their three top
choices on their ballots.
When the count was
completed it showed Rev.
Cleare, Mr. Garroway and Mr.
Gardiner had been elected with
200, 215 and 205 votes


Adderley auditorium on Harold

respectively.
Mr. Smith polled 58 votes.
The six officers elected last
night joined Mr. Darling,
elected August 29, first vice
president Sammy Thurston and
second vice president Leon
Hutchinson, both elected
September 14, on the union's
executive committee.
The presidential elections
last month were conducted
entirely by officers of the
Labour Ministry, and last
week's balloting for the two
vice presidents was handled by
union members. Last week 50
persons voted under protest,
and if the Ministry tested the
eligibility of the voters
concerned and found they
were not entitled to vote, the
narrow victory of the Darling
camp's vice presidential
candidates could be upset.
It is not known whether the
protest votes will be tested.
At last night's voting,
although unionists were told to
bring their dues cards along
and the check-off list was on
hand for double-checking. The
Tribune observed little effort
to utilise those tools to weed
out any ineligible voters.
Some of those voting last
night simply displayed the blue
cards and were given ballot
papers. The cards were not
checked to find out whether
the member was up to date in
his or her dues payments, and
names were not asked for to
check their financial standing
by the check-off list.
In a number of other cases,
voters did not even show the
card, but were given ballots
without being asked for any
proof of membership.

BOAT MISSING EN

ROUTE TO MIAMI
BAHAMAS AIR SEA
Rescue reported today that a
35-foot Trimaran is overdue on
a voyage from Nassau to
Maimi.
The Taurangi, which left
Nassau on September I with
Barbara and Frank Melhop
aboard, should have arrived in
Miami by September 4.
The boat is white and has
red sails.
Any person knowing the
whereabouts of this vessel
should contact BASRA in
Nassau at telephone 23877.


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ASSASSINATION PLOT SEQUEL WHITE HOUSE


COURT OF APPEAL TO DECIDE ON TAPES
WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Court of Appeals is to begin con-
sidering the constitutional questions involving the release of presidential
tapes. The court had proposed that special prosecutor Archibald Cox and
White House lawyers try to work out a compromise. But, when the two
sides told the court yesterday that such a compromise could not be
reached, the court said it would rule on the question.
Cox wants the tapes to present to a grand jury considering indictments
in the case. And a ruling on the issue is expected by October I. But
regardless, the issue will probably be decided by the Supreme Court. (*eSEE
STORY THIS PAGE)
ROOSEVELT TO TESTIFY ABOUT 'DEATH PLOT'
WASHINGTON (AP) Elliot Roosevelt will appear before a Senate
subcommittee to answer allegations that he helped contract for the
assassination of Bahamian Prime Minister Lyden Pindling. The charge was
made Tuesday by a convicted stock swindler, Louis Mastriana, before the
permanent Senate subcommittee on investigations.
Roosevelt said Mastriana is a mental incompetent, who, in Roosevelt's
words, is "absolutely crazy."
FRANC DEVALUATION RUMOURS HIT U.S. DOLLARS
LONDON (AP) Widespread rumours of a possible devaluation of the
French franc Thursday set off a wave of speculation that hit the U.S. dollar
and sent it reeling.
Massive support by I rench, German and Belgian state banks kept the
franc from plunging below its limits set by European Common Market
currency rules but it remained glued to the floor in Paris, Frankfurt and
Copenhagen through the day.
The British pound weakened sharply also against all currencies except
the dollar (*SFE STORY THIS PAGF )
SENATE VOTES TODAY ON KISSINGER
WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate votes today on the confirmation of
Henry Kissinger as Secretary ot State. All indications point to Kissinger's
confirmation. In addition to his position a Secretary of State, Kissinger will
retain his position as a Presidential assistant.
The Senate foreign relations committee approved Kissinger on Tuesday.
But it said it had doubts whether one man could do both jobs. But it
resolved in favour of giving the new arrangement a new try.
U.A.W. READY TO NEGOTIATE WITH FORD
DETROIT (AP) The United Auto Workers are getting ready to move
their contract talks from General Motors to I ord. U-A W vice-president
Ken Annon says he intends to drive for a settlement at I ord as soon as
possible.
Ford officials have said privately that they believe the company can live
with the Chrysler settlement.
Meanwhile. U-A-W officials express confidence that the striking Chrysler
membership will give overwhelming approval to new contract proposals.
Retification by the Chrysler workers is expected to be completed by
Sunday. Their new contract calls for conditional voluntary overtime
provisions and a company-supported dental plan.
GAS PRICE HIKE OKAYED FOR OCT. 2
WASHINGTON (AP) Cost of Living Council director John Dunlop
says gasoline retailers will be allowed to raise prices soon. probably
October 2. Last week, the Cost of Living Council announced that gas
dealers would have until next Tuesday to submit information on their
prices and profit margins.
Then, it said the Council would act promptly to make the appropriate
adjustments pressed by Republican Senator Charles Percy of Illinois today.
Dunlop told a congressional subcommittee that he hoped it would require
no longer than a week beyond next Tuesday, that would be October 2.
WANTS PUBLIC FINANCING OF FEDERAL ELECTIONS
WASHINGTON The head of the General Accounting Office's
elections supervisory office today urges public financing of federal election
campaigns. Testifying before the Senate elections committee, Philip
Hughes said his testimony is based on experience the G-A O has had in
auditing campaign financing practices during the last presidential election.
SIX AMERICANS STILL HELD IN CHILE
WASHINGTON (AP) The State Department ays six Americans
continue to be held by the military regime in Chile. In Washington,
spokesman John King said today that the reasons for their being detained
are not known. King said at least two other Americans were released after
beir detained for a while when the military overthrew president Allende
i eek.
King repeated that no element of the American government was
involved in the coup. But he said he could not speak for private 1I-S
citizens.
LIDDY PLEADS INNOCENT TO ELLSBERG BURGLARY
LOS ANGELES (AP) Convicted Watergate conspirator Gordon Liddy
pleaded innocent Thursday to charges of conspiracy and burglary in tilhe
1971 break-in at the office of Daniel FIllsberg's psychiatrist.
Liddy was indicted earlier this month by a Los Angeles county grand
jury, along with ex-Presidential adviser John Ehrlichman and former White
House aides Egil Krogh and David Young. The other three are free without
bail after pleading innocent earlier to the charges.
HURRICANE ELLEN HAS 90 MPH WINDS
MIAMI (AP) Hurricane Ellen with winds up to 90 miles an hour
is moving northwest across the Atlantic from its position east-southeast of
Bermuda. It poses no threat to the United States or the Bahamas and only
a possible threat to Bermuda.
S. VIETS CLAIM REDS BUILD 12 ILLEGAL AIRFIELDS
SAIGON (AP) South Vietnam claims North Vietnam has built 12
airfields below the demilitarized zone in violation of the Paris peace
agreement. And a spokesman said today that Saigon will attack the
airfields if other methods to end the building fail. In a note of countries
involved in the Vietnam peace, the South Vietnamese also say troops and
war equipment have been brought into South Vietnam in what amounts to
warlike preparations.

IRA BOMB LONDON ARMY BARRACKS
LONDON (AP) Police in London say a bomb that exploded today at
an army post was the biggest they've encountered. It was the 5 Ist terrorist
attack in tEngland in lust over a month. A wave of incendiaries, letter
bombs and other explosives have injured 30 persons during the campaign,
and the Irish Republican Army has been blamed.
The bomb today injured two soldiers and three civilians. The post is the
home base of a regiment that has been hated by the Catholics of Northern
Ireland since some of its men killed 13 persons in a clash last year
NINE KILLED BY LIGHTNING AT CALCUTTA SOCCER MATCH
CALCUTTA (AP) Nine persons were killed and 20 injured when
lightning struck a tent sheltering spectators at a soccer tournament
interrupted by a thunderstorm, authorities said Thursday
A state official wvho was at the tournament at Angul in Orissa state, 240
miles southwest of Calcutta, said six died in the tent, two en route to a
hospital and one Thursday morning.
The 20 injured survivors were reported to be out of danger.
i i i i


Roosevelt asks to


testify before panel


on plot to kill PM

WASHINGTON (AP) Senator Henry M. Jackson said
Thursday Elliott Roosevelt has asked to testify next week before
the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations in regard
to allegations made against Roosevelt by a convicted stock
swindler.


In testimony presented to
the Senate subcommittee
Tuesday Louis P. Mastriana
said Elliott Roosevelt and a
reputed gambler, Michael
McLaney, had offered him
100,000 dollars to assassinate
Bahamian Prime Minister
Lynden 0. Pindling.
Roosevelt ia comments
made from his ranch in Lisbon
called Mastriana's allegation
"an utter and complete
fabrication."
Jackson, who is chairman of
the Senate subcommittee, read
a two-page statement prior to
opening a hearing on
fraudulent and stolen securities
which the committee is
investigating.
"'A very serious allegation
was made before this
subcommittee Tuesday when
Louis Mastriana, a convicted
trafficker in stolen securities.
testified that he had received
money from Mr. Elliott
Roosevelt and another man in
return for agreeing to seek to
assassinate the Prime Minister
of the Bahamas, Lynden 0.
Pindling," Jackson said in a
statement.
Hie said Roosevelt has denied
the charge in a telegram to the
subcommittee and has
demanded an apology.
"It was not the intention of
the chairman or the staff that
Mr. Mastriana be interrogated
in public hearings at this time
on the subject matter of any -ft
his allegations warding Mr.
Roosevelt." sa Jackson.
"Statements con.5:,.ing Mr.
Roosevelt's alleged
involvement with Mr.
Mastriana were made in
executive hearings of the
subcommittee in which
Mastriana testified," said
Jackson.
"However, I did not wish to
have these allegations made in


public without first
interviewing Mr.Roosevelt
about them." He said that Mr.
and Mrs. Roosevelt had
contacted the subcommittee
staff during the August recess.
-When it was brought to my
attention that Mr. Roosevelt
was in the United States I
directed the subcommittee to
proceed to Florida to obtain a
written affidavit from Mr.
Roosevelt on all matters
concerning him. Several days
later, staff members in Florida
attempted to contact Mr.
Roosevelt but he had checked
out of his hotel and left no
forwarding address in the
United States," said Jackson.
Jackson said at his direction
subcommittee staff
investigators planned to travel
to Portugal later this month
when the current round of
hearings ended and interview
Roosevelt in connection with
Mastriana's allegation and
other information regarding
Roosevelt's activities.
"Accordingly on Tuesday
after Mr. Mastriana's apparent
statement which did not
contain allegations pertaining
to Mr. Roosevelt but only
statements which we were able
to follow tip by staff
investigation, I did not
question Mr. Mastriana on
these activities, said Jackson.
RAISED BY OTHERS
"However, the subject of
Mr. Roosevelt's alleged
involvement with Mr.
Mastriana was raised Tuesday
by other subcommittee
members and Mr. Mastriana, in
response to questions, made
assertions he had made in
executive session," said
Jackson.
Senator Charles Percy,
Republican-Illinois, brought up
the subject of Roosevelt in the
afternoon session Tuesday.


News high.


Liddy told the court he is
indigent and can't afford an
attorney. He said his regular
attorney is seeking counsel from
the American Civil Liberties Union.
"I represent to the court that I
am indignent," Liddy told superior
court judge James G. Kolts.
Kolts asked if he had any money
for a lawyer.
'Not unless he is satisfied with
about $34 which I have in my
account down at the county jail,"
Liddy said.
A public defender was appointed
temporarily to represent him.
Liddy was transferred from a
Washington, D.C., jail for the
arraignment. He is serving a
contempt sentence there
refusing to testify before a
Watergate grand jury. He also has
been sentenced to six to 20 years
for his part in the Watergate
burglary.
Liddy, a former attorney, has
asked permission to represent
himself in the case, and he stood
throughout the proceedings taking
notes. Liddy, who was counsel for
the Finance Committee to Re-elect
the President, was disbarred after
his Watergate convictions for
burglary, conspiracy and
wiretapping.
Liddy was ordered to appear in
court again next Tuesday to settle
the question of his finances and
counsel. He was returned to jail


UNITIlD NATIONS (AP) -
Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali
Bhutto told the General
Assembly Thursday that
Pakistan would oppose U.N.
membership for Bangladesh as
long as it holds 195 Pakistanis
for war crime trials.
"Their continued retention
cannot but arouse powerful
passions in Pakistan," Bhutto
declared in his first U.N.
appearance since lie wept
before the Security Council in
December 1971 at the height
of the India-Pakistan War.
Bhutto, clad in a
high-necked white jacket,
addressed the Assembly after
completing a three-day official
visit to Washington and a
round of meetings with
President Nixon.
Since Pakistan is assured of
Chinese support, Bhutto's
strong words underlined that
Bandladesh cannot hope for
early U.N. admission China
vetoed its application when it
first came up in the Security
Council on Aug. 25, 1972.
Pakistan and India agreed on
the exchange of tens of
thousands of war prisoners and
civilians in the New Delhi
agreement of last Aug. 28 but
the fate of the 195 Pakistanis
was left in abeyance.
The Bangladesh government
wants to try them on charges
of murdering civilians and
committing crimes after the
1971 war. That conflict
created the new nation of
Bangladesh from what was
formerly Fast Pakistan.
Bhutto walked out of the
Security Council in 1971
saying he was "not going to be
a party to legalizing
aggression." He repeated
Thursday that the Council
"proved powerless to prevent
the dismemberment of a state"
and that "the words of the
Assembly wentundeeded. "
The Soviet Union supported
India in the war.
Bhutto warned against any
attempts by superpowers to
carve out spheres of influence,
but spoke warmly of his
country's dealings with
America.
"Our alliance with the
United States has lasted for
two decades and we have never
been embarrassed by it," he
said.
In other U.N. developments
Thursday, the General
Assembly's steering committee


approved the issue of Korea's
fut ure for full scale
consideration. This is expected
to bring a sharp confrontation
between the United States and
China on the presence of U.S.
troops in the South.


BRITISH HUMOUR

SAVES THE DAY!
LONDON. SEPT. 21 (AP) -
On station blackboards usually
devoted to announcements of
late train cancellations, sudden
strikes and track repairs,
British commuters have grown
accustomed to a more dire
message:
"Police warning: Letter and
parcel bombs. Please take care
opening your mail. If in doubt
contact police. Do not touch
anything that looks
suspicious."
On mornings after a big
bomb, like the one that went
off Thursday at an army
barracks in Chelsea, the
warning is blared from


loudspeaker
outside the
stations and
half hour
television.


trucks parked
main railroad
repeated every
on radio and


Since the start Aug. 18 ot
the current siate of bombings,
people whose job it is to sort
the mail and look after
packages have become
understandably cautious and
jumpy, which the police regard
as a good sign that their
campaign to alert the public is
taking hold. There have been
more than 50 bombing
incidents, many of them
involving letter bombs.
London is learning to live
with the new menace by mail,
facing the situation with
customary British calm and
unflappability. The outrage is
there all right, like violence
after a Saturday soccer match
or a particularly disastrous
train wreck. But nothing to
lose one's cool over, old chap.
As in every London bomb
crisis since Guy Fawkes tried
to blow up the House of
Parliament. a gritty sense of
humour buttresses the stiff
upper British lip.
After a bomb wrecked a
snack bar at Euston Station
last week, a newspaper
cartoonist showed battered but
unbowed John Bull emerging
from the rubble over the
caption, "Saved by a rack of
British rail sandwiches."


DAUGHTER'S OWN TALE


2 aides say Allende


was killed & did


not commit suicide

MEXICO CITY (AP)--Two men who said they saw Chilean
President Salvador Allende die were quoted Thursday as saying
the former Chilean President was killed by machine gun fire and
did not commit suicide.


SAYS 'NO' TO


COMPROMISE


OVER TAPES
WASHINGTON (AP)-
President Nixon's lawyers
advised the U.S. Court of
Appeals Thursday that they
were unable to reach a
court-suggested compromise
with special Watergate
prosecutor Archibald Cox over
the controversial White House
tape recordings.
"I regret to advise the court
that sincere efforts were not
fruitful," Charles Alan Wright,
the President's lawyer, told the
court.
The Appeal Court suggested
last week that the two parties
could get together and resolve
the tapes question between
themselves without the need
for a ruling by the court.
Wright said that he, Cox and
White House lawyer J. Fred
Buzhardt had met on Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday of this
week but were unable to
resolve the issue.
Wright said that both parties
had agreed to say nothing more
about the efforts.
The long battle over the
tapes entered the courts last
July when Cox subpoenaed the
recordings on nine presidential
conversations about Watergate.
After considering written
and oral arguments from both
sides, U.S. district court judge
John J. Sirica ordered the
Presidnet on Aug. 29 to give
him the tapes to hear in private
so he could determine if the
President's claim that they
should be kept secret was valid.
DISPUTED
Both the White louse and
,Cox disputed Sirica's ruling
and asked the Court of Appeals
to change it.
Cox wanted the court to
order the tapes given to the
grand jury or to allow hin to
listen to them along with
Sirica,
The White House maintained
its position that under the
constitution the three branches
of government are equal and
therefore the courts have no
power to force the President to
obey a judicial order.
The Senate Watergate
Committee also has filed suit
seeking White House tapes and
documents. Sirica on Thursday
scheduled oral arguments on
that suit for Oct. 1. The White
House is scheduled to file
written arguments on Monday.
In other Watergate
developments:
Watergate conspirator G.
Gordon Liddy pleaded
innocent I'hursday in Los
Angeles to state charges of
conspiracy and burglary in
connection with the 1971
break-in at the office of
Daniel Elllesberg, psychiatrist.
A public defender was
appointed to represent Liddy
after he told the court he had
no money to retain a lawyer.
Liddy is serving a federal
prison term for his part in the
break-in at Democratic
National Contmmittee
headquarters.

LIDDY CAN'T

AFFORD LAWYER
LOS ANGELES (Al)
Watergate conspirator G. Gordon
Liddy, describing himself as
indignent, pleaded innocent
Thursday to involvement in the
1971 break-in at the offices of
Daniel ElIlsberg's psychiatrist.
Liddy was the last of four former
White House employees to enter
pleas on an indictment returned
Sept. 4 by a county grand jury.
John D. Ehrlichman, Egil Krogh Jr.
and David Young already have
pleaded innocent. All four are
charged with conspiracy and
burglary and Ehrlichman is also
charged ssith perjury.
Liddy, 43, nattily dressed in a
blue suit, was led into the court
from an adjoining jailroom. When
he was asked for his plea, he
answered in a strong voice, "not
guilty."


One of Allende's daughters
was also quoted as saying her
father was killed by a machine
gun burst in the stomach and
chest. The military Junta
which overthrew Allende said
he killed himself with a
machine gun given him by
Fidel Castro.
Leon Roberto Garcia,
writing from Santiago in the
magazine "Siempre," said two
men-a government official and
a member of Allende's personal
bodyguard--saw the Chilean
President wounded as he
defended the La Moneda
Presidential Palace Sept. 11.
"Allende ran to a window
and they wounded him,'
Garcia quoted one of the men,
Jorge Uribe, as saying. "He fell
We ran over to him and he
ordered us out."
Uribe was sub-director of
the government's Office of
Revolutionary Information
(OIR) under Allende. The
other man was identified only
as "Ramon, the Clandestine
name used by one of the
members of the "Group of
Personal Friends" (GAP) who
were charged with the care of
the President," the story said.
A story published in the
Mexico City newspaper
Excelsior quoted one of
Allende's daughters. Maria
Isabel Allende de Tambuti, as
saying she had the same
information from a body
guard. The New York Tines
quoted Allende's widow as
saying she at first believed the
Junta's announcement that
Allende killed himself but had
changed her mind after arriving
in Mexico exile and talking
with people who were present at
the end.
DAUGHTER'S STORY
The newspaper Excelsior ran
an interview Thursday with
Mrs. Tambuti, a daughter of
President Allende. "The only
thing I wanted at that moment
(of the coup) was to be at my
father's side," she said.
Mrs. Tambuti recalled some
of her father's last words and
action's before he died when
his Marxist government was
overthrown by a military coup.
"The day before the coup
we ate together Everything
was normal and we spoke of
many things.

'NO HOPE FOR ENTRY
TO U.S.' SAYS SAKHAROV
BOS ON (AP) Soviet physicist
Andrei Sakharov, known as the
fathtier of the Russian Ht-bomb, says
hlie has no hope of- obtaining
permission to bring his family to
the United States to accept a
position at Princeton University,
tile Boston Globe reported
Thursday in a copyrighted story.
Sakharov has been offered an
appointment for one year as visiting
professor at Princeton. Positions :or
his twoi stepchildren and a
son-in-law have been offered by
Princeton and by the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, the Globe
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LONDON (AP) Widespread
rumours of a possible devaluation
of the French franc Thursday set
off a wave of speculation that sent
the U.S. dollar and the French
money reeling in European
exchanges.
Drastic action by this Paris
government to halt the turmoil.
however, steadied the dollar late in
the day.
The upsurge of speculation came
as government financiers, both
ministers and bankers were heading
for Nairobi in attempt to write new
world monetary rules designed to
halt just such flurries in the foreign
exchanges.
Speculative attack on the franc
for the past four days finally
rubbed off on the dollar Thursday
and sent it plummeting in
exchanges from New York to
Frankfurt, Copenhagen and
Zurich. State banks in France.
West Germany and Belgium came
to the aid of the franc with massive
purchases and the West German
Bundesbank also brought up an
estimated eight million dollars to
help the U.S. currency.
In Paris the Bank of France
raised its basic lending rate from
9 /V2 per cent to a crisis-level I 1 per
cent, a post war record.
The high discount rate aimed to
attract speculative money back into
francs where it could earn more
interest than elsewhere.
Almost immediately, pressure on
the dollar eased in Frankfurt and a
measure of calm was restored. The
rate moved up from the day's low
of 2.37 marks to close at 2.3910. a
jump of more than two pfennigs
but still nearly 2-1-2 pfennigs below
Wednesday's closing level.
The onslaught against the franc
began Monday in the wake of the
Dutch government's five per cent
increase in the value of the guilder.
Since then the franc has been at
its lowest permitted level in relation
to the German mark, the Belgian
franc and the Danish krone.
The franc's weakness threatened
monetary arrangements between six
Common Market countries and
Norway and Sweden aimed at
tightening the links between their
currencies.
These ties limit fluctuations
between all eight currencies to a
maximum of 2-'4 per cent instead
of the 4-Vi per cent allowed other
currencies by rules of the
International Monetary Fund.
Several times during the four
hectic days the franc sank slightly
below the floor level despite
continuous support buying by the
French. German and Belgian and
Danish central banks, amounting to
hundreds of millions of dollars
worth of francs.
Finance ministers and state
bankers, meanwhile, were gathering
in Nairobi for the annual meeting of
the Monetary Fund next week. At
the top of the agenda is reform of
the would monetsty system neW
rules to replace those drafted at
Brettom Woods. N.H., nearly 30
years ago.
The Bretton Woods system broke
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"My father spent the last
three hours of his life
encouraging those around him,
directing the fighting, from the
floor of standing up whenever
he could shoot from whatever
position, wearing a
camouflaged helmet, a sweater
and a machine gun in his
hands.
"It was four in the morning
when someone called us at
home and told my husband
and me that the coup was
emtminent ... I was very tired. I
only had a few hours sleep
since returning from Mexico."
Mrs. Tambati has two small
children and her husband was
an official of the Unidad
Popular Party. All are presently
in Mexico.
"At 7:45 in the morning of
Sept. 11 we knew that the
coup was almost over. They
told us that Allende was still in
the La Moneda Palace. Hie
decided that my husband
would take our two children to
the home of friends and I
would go to La Moneda.
"The only thing I wanted at
that moment was to be at my
father's side. All along the way
were military roadblocks. They
wouldn't let me pass even
when I identified myself. Only
when I told them that I would
accept the responsibility in
view of all the risk involved did
they let me pass.
SOUND OF TANKS
"At 9:15 1 arrived at La
Moneda. On the first floor I
found some of my father's
followers. They assured me he
was determined to defend his
government.. I didn't find
everyone because some had been
arrested beforehand. Those
who were there told me my
father didn't want to see
women in the Palace, much less
his daughters.
"You could hear on the
radio the military Junta's
ultimatum. The transmission
has hardly finished when you

could hear the sound of the
tanks and the machine gun fire
against La Moneda.
"It was about 10 in the
morning when I saw him in one
of the salons of the Palace. I
was very moved. lie wore a
sweater and a helmet. The
machine gun was on his
back."
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Friday, September 21, 1973.


hr USribune
NULUUS ADDICmUS JUnARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. It. DUPUCH. Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972 -
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TELEPHONES:
Editorial 2-4532, 2-2260
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Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Friday, September 21, 1973.



EDITORIAL

A strange people



By ETIENNE DUPUCH
IF I LIVED to be a thousand years I don't think I would learn
to understand the mentality of the Bahamian masses.
When the P.L.P. were in the Opposition they charged the
U.B.P. with being dishonest....they talked about unreasonable
taxation....they talked about poor wages paid to a labourer.... they
had sympathy for the aged and the poor....they compared the
luxury of the rich with the squalor of the poor....they talked
about oppression and abuse of power.
They appeared to be genuinely interested in the welfare of the
masses whom they claimed as "their people".
They created discontent and hatred in the hearts of the
majority of the people.
And so they swept to victory on a wave of hate and envy.

Now what do we find today?

Some members of the PLP have been involved with people of
questionable character and the country has earned an unsavoury
reputation abroad.

In six years some of them have apparently accumulated a great
fortune and they live in greater style than members of the former
government ever did. Have you any idea of how this could be
done?
Under the former government there was over-employment.
Today thousands of people are unemployed without any hope of
finding employment in the skilled trades. Some of them have
been out of work for three years and longer.
New taxes have been levied on the people and the old ones
have been increased.

Unions are being hampered and threatened with punishment
by the Minister of Labour while the Minister of Finance has
declared against any increase in wages at a time when the
purchasing power of the Bahamian dollar is spread very thin.
As for the aged and poor ....the Minister of Labour has declared
that they do not contribute anything to the economy and so they
are not entitled to any further assistance from the government.
Today some of these men, who could hardly pay their house
rent six years ago, are living on'Millionaire Row."
There has been so much oppression and abuse of power by this
government that honest and reasonable people have withdrawn
from these islands and foreign investment has faded away.

They still talk a great deal about the welfare of the "grass
roots" but every day and in every way they show that the masses
are nothing more than a stepping stone to their own glory.

Average, intelligent people in almost any other part of the
world would feel that they had been betrayed.
But our people seem to be happy and contented with this
condition, completely oblivious to the fact that, if the downward
trend continues, there will be real starvation in this land.

Right now....they are intoxicated by the beat of the Goombay
drums.

Every time I come back to Nassau on business 1 am urged by
many people to stay. They tell me that I am needed here.

Needed for what?
1 continue to write this column because this is my job. And as
long as I do it I will continue to give my readers the benefit of
experiences I have gathered in many lands and in many different
societies.
There was a time when I did it....and worried.
Now I do it....and 1 don't worry because I have developed a
state of detachment from this whole unhappy affair.


There are, however, some people who are thinking and are
concerned for the future because they are not in a position to
leave the island as I have done.
These are the questions that they ask me....and for which I
have no answers:
Very little is seen nowadays of advertising and promotion for
the Bahamas in the newspapers, magazines, on the T.V. or heard


over the radio. Who is handling the Ministry of Tourism's millions
and how is this money being spent?
How many more millions will be spent in duplicating a job
the Ministry of Tourism did under the U.B.P. government in at
vain effort to carry out the Development Minister's impossible
dream'?
It is often said that "talk is cheap, it takes money to buy
land". But money can't buy or bribe its way into the
columns of reputable newspapers, T.V. or radio programmes.
The small, inexperienced men in government today are
painfully unaware of this fact and so any fast talker can sell them
a "snow job"
It is nearly time for the Finance Minister to impose more
taxes on the people....and where will the blow fall?
This is a good question. No one knows the answer. The only
thing that is certain is that it is bound to come, sooner or later,
most likely sooner than later.

I sometimes wonder whether the masses of our people are
blind...or just plain stupid. Their whole attitude towards current
events would suggest that many of them are themselves basically
dishonest.
And in the midst of it all....Bahamian ministers of the gospel,
who should be giving Christian leadership at this time, have fallen
painfully silent. Indeed, some of them appear to be a part of the
whole filthy mess.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
rhe darkest hour in any man's life is when he sits down to plan
how to get money without earning it. -HORACE GREELEY


Kidap jury foreman Archer


T RAN S-OC E AN ICIN SU RAN CE CO mpl ains of 'f il t hy' toil et s

S EILPER TO CRITICISM


II6 lk l eI % I W F % Il I 10,%IVI
EDITOR The Tribune,

Recently comments on our Company, the Trans-Oceanic Life
Insurance Company, as carrier of the Group Life and Accident
and Health insurance for employees of the Bahamas Electricity
Corporation, have been in the newspapers in Nassau.
Normally, we limit our efforts to providing the best possible
service to our policyholders and do not become involved in
publicity efforts in the different countries where we operate.
However, since the above-mentioned comments bear very directly
on our Company, we find it necessary at this time to set the
record straight both for our policyholders and for the general
public.
Attached is a copy of the 1972 Annual Report of the
companies making up the Stuyvesant Insurance Group, which
includes the Trans-Oceanic Life Insurance Company. On page 12
of this report, you will see that we have total surplus to
policyholders in the amount of $7,132,413. Our policyholders,
which include some very large corporations, are sufficiently
covered.
The Balance Sheets of the other companies which appear in the
enclosed Financial Statement will give you an idea of the si/e of
our Group. Assets and Surplus to Policyholders may be
summarized as follows:


Company


Assets


The Stuyvesant Insurance Co.
Mohawk Insurance Company
Trans-Oceanic Insurance Co.
Stuyvesant Life Insurance Co.


Policyholder's Surplus

$59,278,488.28 $15.237,177.83
3,018,490.66 2,926,316.74S
5,852,893.34 1,093,466.89
56,107,260.34 18,367.900.28.


Trans-Oceanic Life Ins. Co. 7,838,072.02 7,134,412.63
With regards to the service and payments of claims in the
Bahamas, we would like to comment that all death claims so far
presented have been paid, with one exception: one individual
who had abandoned his job and was no longer an employee of the
BEC as per their own records. In accordance with the policy, he
was no longer covered. The other insurance in question, which
has been fully paid, was that of Mr. Charles Higgs. There was an
unfortunate delay in the payment of that claim.
As you can readily see from the attached Financial Statement,
although Trans-Oceanic Life Insurance Company is a Puerto Rico
incorporated and domiciled company it is also registered and has
offices in the Bahamas. The Company is part of a group of United
States companies with Executive Offices in Allentown,
Pennsylvania. The ownership of the stock of the Trans-Oceanic
Life Insurance Company is as follows:


Stuyvesant Insurance Company
GAC Finance Corporation
Directors of Qualifying Stock*


SHARES
29,945
20,000
55


Total Stocks Issued 50,000
In accordance with legal require ments,
members of the Board of Directors should hold shares of stock in
order to be elected, and our eleven Directors at present each hold
five shares each.
We sincerely trust that this communication will help you
understand our Company, and that we will continue to be
favored in the Bahamas in the same friendly and fair way in
which we have been received by the people of Puerto Rico, the
Virgin Islands, the Dominican Republic, and the British Virgin
Islands.
I wish to express my appreciation for the attention that this
communication receives.
TRANS-OCEANIC LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
J. JAVIER GONZALEZ
Executive Vice President
&General Manager
San Juan, Puerto Rico
September 19, 1973.


JURORS complained
Thursday to Mr Justice
Samuel Graham, trial judge in
the Andrea Spencer kidnap
case, about the condition of
the toilet facilities provided for
theti in the Supreme Court.
Foreman Anthony Archer
told the judge: "Once again
they are in the same condition
as before: when I made the last
complaint."
It is the fifth time that a
complaint has been made
about the toilets, two of them
publicly.
Mr. Archer noted that there
was some improvement
following his most recent
complaint to Mr Justice
Graham during proceedings last
week. But. lie said. he was
using the same term as he did
at the time of his complaint
last week, that the toilets was
"filthy." "There is a lack of
facilities," he said.
Mr. Justice Graham, who
had made representation on
behalf of the jury after last
week's complaint said he
considered it "most
grettable" that the persons
re,'tiimblc have allowed the
toilets to fall back to their
former condition.
Hle said he understood that
the foreman had complained to
three other persons privately
before his public complaint
about the toilets' condition last
week.
lie said he would again
complain to the person in
charge about the toilets. He
said he made it known that he
felt the jurors were performing


I O)A Y is 1- 1 11 ) x
SI I'l MiN -R 21st, the 264th day
ol 1973.. 1 h-re ir 101 days left in
thel ea.r.
llighliights in lustorry on this
date-
1'72 I or te first timune since
March 19(,5. ihe \s eck passed
without an Aneritall tinilbt death
in the inliochina %kar.
197 I U.S., using 250 planes.
carries out heaviest riids against
North Vietnaim in three s. ears.
1 970 PIalestinli- coI ln ilIos
caLpture Irhid, Jordan's second
largest cit.
1 9 09 I s I a I i I. s 11 II Ill i t
conference opens in Rahit.
1964 Malta becoles an
independent state within tile British
Commonwealth.
196<3 -V Siroky, I'remiier of
C iechosliovakiai, I is dismissed.
1912 President Jose Maria
otuido of Argentina offers his
resignation during a struggle
between Argentine military
factions.


"an important function and I
think they should be made
comfortable.*
Mr. Justice Graham was
"glad to know that there was
some improvement" after he
had approached the person in
charge last week, but tie felt "it
regrettable that there has been
a reversion to the past state."
T hat there was an
improvement points out that
the facilities provided are able
to be kept clean, he said.
lie thought it was distasteful
for the foreman to have to
complain in public. but he
understood Mr Archer had
privately approached three
other persons before informing
him.


Question of sterling reserves


DAR ES SALAAM (AP) -
British Chancellor of the Exchequer
Anthony Barber told
Commonwealth finance ministers
Thursday he was forced to act
swiftly in revising guarantees for
overseas sterling balances earlier
this month, and regretted not
consulting them in advance.
But he said he had no other
choice because of the uncertainty
in foreign exchange markets. Barber
did not say so, but at the time there
was a danger of a serious run on the
pound.
Commonwealth finance ministers
expressed sympathy for his
position, but urged more
consultation in the future. No
country threatened to pull its
sterling balances out of London.
Only Tanzania said it was reviewing
the position.
Authoritative conference sources
reported this was the crux of
discussions here on overseas sterling
balances.
The balances are important both
for Britain and the world monetary
system. They come from some 60
countries which have agreed to
keep a portion of their official
reserves in Britain in sterling.
Together they total about 2 million
pounds 4.8 billion dollars.
These balances have been
guaranteed by Britain against
foreign exchanges loss since 1968.


The present agreement runs out
Sept. 24. Earlier this month there
were rumors in London that
overseas sterling countries were
tired of seeing the value of the
pound float down from 2.59 dollars
to around 2.40 dollars, and were
thinking of pulling these funds out
of London.
Any such withdrawal would
have sent the pound plunging and
touched off another world
monetary crisis.
The British, however, acted
quickly, promising to guarantee the
overseas sterling deposits at 2.4213
dollars for six months. If the pound
falls below that, Britain will make
up the difference in sterling.
Most countries accepted the
guarantee because the alternate
reserve currency open to them was
dollars and this was thought risky
too. Some would prefer to change
to stronger currencies like the West
German mark, but exchange
controls on these currencies have
limited the supply of them available
to foreign purchasers.
The whole problem of phasing
out sterling as a reserve currency,
and the overseas balance with them,
is part of the wider problem of
monetary reform.
Finance ministers here agreed to
consult before next March on the
future of the sterling balances,
depending on the pace of reform.


Question of trade preferences


DAR ES SALAAM (AP)
Britain told Asian Commonwealth
nations Thursday there was
virtually no chance that the
European Common Market would
extend their present trade benefits
for another year.
But the British held out the hope
that new trade arrangements might
be worked out before Dec 31.
The statement by Lady Tweeds-
muir. a minister of state at the
British Foreign Office, was made to
a meeting of 33 Commonwealth
finance ministers here, and was
reported by authoritative sources.
When Britain joined the Com-
mon Market Jan. 1, the previous
system of Commonwealth trade
preferences was allowed to con-
tinue for the rest of the year. This
gives Commonwealth exports fav-
oured treatment in Commonwealth
countries, and, for the moment, in
the Common Market.
African and Caribbean Com-
monwealth nations were offered
associate status by the Common
Market which will continue to give
their exports advantages in the
expanded European community
next year. But Asian Com-
monwealth countries, including the
most important exporters, were
given no such status.
P. M. Perera, Finance minister of


Sri Lanka, complained that Asian
Commonwealth countries w ere
being left "High and dry"' hb the
Common Market. He said it was
regrettable that they were not
offered association.
Canadian finance minister John
Turner concentrated his remarks on
inflation. He said this was a
contagious international problem
that had to be tackled
internationally. Turner added that
he planned to suggest in Nairobi
next week that the IMF undertake
a study on how to coordinate
international efforts to beat
inflation.
Mwai Kibaki. Kenyan finance
minister, presented his country's
plan for a Commonwealth Develop
ment Bank that would increase aid
to developing Commonwealth na-
tions. The communique was expect-
ed to say that Secretariat of the
Commonwealth should study this
suggestion, as well as a similar one
from Jamica to expand the Com-
monwealth Development Corp. an
existing British institution.
W. E. Yowling, the New Zealand
minister of finance, said the
recently elected government in his
country was happy to increase New
Zealand's foriegn aid budget bs 40
per cent this year and by a further
50 per cent over the next two
years.


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Such registration will enable advice and assistance to be given in time of need
without the delay which might otherwise occur in establishing evidence of
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which might appear necessary in affording assistance and safeguarding the
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period. It is all ws white and
,iit dern chrome ovens w, ith
huge gla ss doors through which
\ou can see succulent chickens
tIuning slowly on the spit. At
busier times of the day there


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contamiring five chickens.
I or "1"Town-Bar-B-Q '
speculi/l~s in harbecuing. heir
ent rees. c_-lckcn. spare ribs and
beef ire aill rcalls barbecued
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William Thompson
Mr. S. Williams
Mr. Cyril Johnson
Mr. Coakley
Mr. L. Rolle
Phillip Micklewhite
Mae Glinton
Mrs. Vera Lockyer
Ruth Knowles


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I llus, dispensing with the
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quarter chicken, french fries.
cole slaw. a roll and barbecue
sariuce serNed in a plastic basket
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I located on Blue Hill Road
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S u n d a y m o rn in g
accommllodation of customers
Miss Mott. whose business
experience over the past :ew\
Sears has been pr '. p.i,.: n
the area of real estate, pla".- a
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but oni\ after caref..:;.
evaluating the market potential
of the store
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At the point at which Family
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north of Wulff Road. there is
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and most of tile immediate
residents are \without motor
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items, also supplies a range of
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The store iill continue to
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week. the store t: open from
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Day for West Palm Beach
TIDES
High 2.31 a.m. and 3.12
p.m.
Tow 8.33 a.m. and 9.31


WEATHER
Wind: East to south-east 8
to 15 m.p.h.
Weather: Showers likely
tonight, mainly fair tomorrow
Sea: Slight
Temp: Min. tonight 74
Max. tomorrow 88
SUN
Rises 5.57 a.m.
Sets 6.1 1 p.m.
MOON
Rises 12.50 a.m.
Sets 2.38 p.m.


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By Abigail Van Buren
Sm 1973 caMs TrIbns-N. Y. NHew Synl., Ic.


DEAR ABBY: The letter signed "Empty Arms" moved
me. [She was the mother who gave up her illegitimate
child for adoption, and wondered if the ache would ever go
away.]
My husband and I were childless until some incredibly
kind and unselfish mother gave up her newborn baby, who
an agency placed in our home. My husband and I are
bursting with joy, and plan to raise this beautiful little girl
in a home filled with love and happiness. When she starts
to ask questions, I shall tell her about her wonderful, gen-
erous "other mother" who loved her so much she gave her
up.
I only wish I could tell our "other mother" that I would
have given anything in the world to have shared her bur-
den during the pregnancy and the birth, and how eternally
grateful I am for her enormous sacrifice.
Abby, please tell "Empty Arms" that, anonymous tho
she is, I love her with all my heart, and pray that her
arms, like mine, will soon be overflowing. OVERFLOWING
DEAR ABBY: I, too, had "Empty Arms" when I gave
up my fatherless child 13 years ago. But every year the
ache grows more bearable.
I was only 16 then. But I kept my self-respect, went
back to school, and worked my way thru college as a
waitress.
I am now married to a prominent man in public life,
and we have a wonderful family of our own. [Yes, he knew
all about me, and it made no difference.] Every year on
my first-born's birthday I suffer just a little, but I have no
regrets because, in my heart, I know I made the right
decision. Time heals. And so does love. BEEN THERE
DEAR ABBY: That "Empty Arms" letter hit me right
between the eyes. How I envy her courage and good sense.
When I was young and foolish, I thought I was in love
and gave myself to a man who skipped town as soon as I
told him I was pregnant.
In those days only the rich could afford abortions, so I
had to bear a child I didn't want. I felt my baby would be
better off if I gave him to a couple who really wanted a
child, but my mother talked me out of it. She said God
would punish me for giving up my own flesh and blood.
I had to work two jobs to make ends meet, so my
mother, who was a widow, raised my son. He didn't turn
out very good. In fact, he's serving time right now for
armed robbery, but it's not all his fault. He never had a
father's love and guidance.
I want to congratulate "Empty Arms" for doing what
U.S. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
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the smallest quarters deficit in two
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The payments deficit last year
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and advice for 'Empty Arms'


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she did. I'm sorry I didn't give my son a better break in
life. TOO LATE
DEAR ABBY: Tell "Empty Arms" for me that she can
get over the ache of having given up her child, but it will
take a lot of self-discipline.
I could have written that letter myself 15 years ago,
and I confess, I read it thru tear-dimmed eyes. For the
first few years, on "his" birthday I used to get smashed.
Then with the help of my local Merstal Health Clinic [which
charged me only what I could afford to pay-and that
wasn't much] I learned to forgive myself. I had a lot of
growing up to do. But thank God, I made it, and "Empty
Arms" can make it too, if she tries. God bless her!
ME, TOO
DEAR ABBY: Enclosed is a "prayer" I found taped
inside the kitchen cupboard door in a house we recently
moved into. I thought maybe you would like to share it with
your readers. Sincerely yours,
THE SEVENS, GREENVILLE, ME.
DEAR SEVENS: Thank you, but I've already "shared" ft
with my readers. [I wrote It.] However, I think It's worth
repeating. And here it is:
A PARENT'S PRAYER
Oh, heavenly Father, make me a better parent.
Teach me to understand my children, to listen patiently
to what they have to say, and to answer all their ques-
tions kindly. Keep me from interrupting them or contra-
dicting them. Make me as courteous to them as I would
have them be to me. For to me. Forbid that I should ever laugh
at their mistakes, or resort to shame or ridicule when


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they displease me. May I never punish them for my own
selfish satisfaction or to show my power.
Let me not tempt my child to lie or steal. And guide
me hour by hour that I may demonstrate by all I say
and do that honesty produces happiness.
Reduce, I pray, the meanness in me. And when I am
out of sorts, help me, Oh Lord, to hold my tongue.
May I ever be mindful that my children are chlddre
and I should not expect of them the judgment of adults.
Let me not rob them of the opportunity to wait on
themselves and to make decisions.
Bless me withthe bigness to grant them all their
reasonable requests, and the courage to deny them privi-
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Friday, September 21, 1973.


I ltll I1 RM 'duitins in
Bridge, which originated !,-om
the days of Whist, is used
to denote declarer's partner,
- whose hand goes down on thie
table face upward attci tIhe
opening lead. To most Bridie
players, being duninim is a
horing interval in the session .
and most ot them are glad
-when it's over. and thlie\ can
0 take .i lioric active part in the
pro)ceed:ngs again.
H liere ;s rather itIe in bein
dtunmy, howeverc, than iierels
:,putting your cards down and
waiting to see lio\\ o 01
ii partner gets on with leaking hi'n
n iti tra: A.\nd as toi I'ein


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sai, but what is of practical
allue to declarer, is that the
suits should be placed in
.illerniate led and black, so as
ito make it less likely. that
declare should pick one from
the w ong pile.
\ small tactical point worth
noting is this: iou will know,
it course, sw hat suit has been
led, and it is often in the
lterests of tile partnership for
\Ou to lay down that particular
suit last. This applies especially
it \our partner is a
sn it i chi-and-grab merchant,
li lCl Cone who has tilie
dplol able habit of playing
!i;in dimntts before tie thas
seen diititN's entire holding.
II \ou Ltldter the imomllent of
choicee as lonm-t as possible, until
lie has seen all that you are
giminL him, there is i chance
that lie 5ill do something
halt-i a sensible instead of
making 111 automatic play
whichh night endanger the
contract.
As dunlnMy, \ou have certain
right ts or example, if the
defence lead Hearts in a Club
contract, and you see your
partner ruff the Heart with a
Club, you are quite entitled to
,isk him: "No Hearts, partner?"
11 it turns out that he does in
lact hiae a Ileart (tucked away
alllthg Io s t)iamonds, no
doubt) tie can substitute it
itlho it making a disastrous
resiioke
nit tthr case where a
i.Lilantl i t h11 \ call tcom e to
tlil aid of a cat -less declare is
v, heic tlile dectaier hasi wotn a
trick, hlien has suntk into a
prolonged trance. I eventually.
hCe nMAkes uLp his mind what he
Swantls Ito dIo. but in ithe
mCIaMPntiCe h, has forgotten that
the last itick was \s on1 in
uiimm\ As hli reaches into his
cJidls to select his lead, \out
spotl his acting in time and tell
hl i crisply 'lDulllllly's lead.
partner". lihe same applies, of
colirsc, it \' Otii see him stretch
tow yards dummy when you
know l l lead is in his ownll

I lihosc are the chief rights of
tl!e dliiitts. aindl thit arc too
usclhul to throws awa\. lThe'
quickest I,.1\ i throw theill
as\\ V is for dutl lmmyl to
exchange caids with declare
it)I a1 ititial inisplcction tbeore
ttlt opting lteLad is uandeC, oir
I(I \oL, i as tlllllly. to peek
II:(' tlhe opponents'l hand
\' hic pla is 'eins on. li either
ti those two cases. \otl torfeit
\out rights i aI s duIlmiti and
declarer mutist find his omwn wa \iy
trom the first trick to the last.
I here ar inan\ pla ers i\ho


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when declarer, like the dummy
player to play their cards from
dummy for themT, thus
avoiding the need to stretch
across the table continually.
But such players retain the
responsibility of deciding
which card to play. For
example, your dummy consists
of:

85 3
A 742
QJ 7
Q9 5
and the contract is 4 Spades.
The opening lead is the King of
Hearts, and when you have put
down your cards, you helpfully
take the Ace of Hearts and
play it. Declarer may not want
to play the Ace, and your
decision to do so is not binding
on him. He is in order in telling
you to replace it and play a
small one.
Or, given the same hand, but
a trump lead this time, you
might see your partner draw
the adverse trumps, then lead
the 3 of Hearts. The 8 comes
up on your right. Let partner
decide whether or not to play
the Ace: there are several
reasons why he may not want
to. If, on the other hand,
declarer says, "Play the Ace",
that is considered as exactly
the same as if he had physically
played it himself.
Finally, in order to dispel
the notion that being dunitmy
is boring, let me persuade you
to trx "reading the battle" by
coiunting the hands. As
diinni ,. you'll be able to see
o)nl 13 cards as against the 26
isi ble to the others, and this
nlmakes it a most rewarding
exercise. It also gives yoi a
useful insight into the calibre
of both the declare and the
defenders.
Many years ago, when I had
lJst learnt the game. I had as
mny partner on one o(ccasiont a
seasoned veteran who really
knen his way around, but who
v. as not over-scrupulous
ethically. As best I can
re member, the deal that stands
out in myI mind was something
like this:
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NATIONAL INSURANCE BOARD
THE BOARD FOR NATIONAL INSURANCE has been named by the Hon. Clifford
Darling, Minister of Labour and National Insurance. The board met with the Minister
recently and is pictured above. Seated from left to right are: Mr. T. L. Darling of the
Public Service Union; Hon. Charles Rhodriguez, the Minister, Mr. Harold Longley of the
Royal Bank of Canada and Mr. John Micklewhite of the Ministry of Education and
Culture. Standing from left to right are: Mr. Laddie Gates of Western Auto; Mr. Dansbury
Hudson, Cavalier Construction; Mr. Hubert Dean, Monetary Authority; Mr. Enoch
Backford, Bahamas Teachers Union and Mr. Mervin Lim of the Royal Bank of Canada.
Not shown are: Mr. David Knowles of the Hotel Catering Workers Union and Board
Chairman Mr. Earl Thompson, M.P. (eSEE STORY THIS PAGE)


Tourism group on Canadian


ABOUT 50 members of the
Bahamas Hotel Association,
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism,
Bahamas Sightseeing and Tour
) operators Associ ation.
Bahamasair and Mackey
Airlines out Island Association
will leave Nassau on Saturday
and Sunday for a Canadian
promotion tour, they will meet
with over 1500 travel agents in
loronto, Hamilton, Montreal
and Winnipeg.
There will be a "teach in"
roin 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. in
each of these cities ending in a
cocktail party and buffet
supper after which there will
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Programmed Communications
of Montreal who spent nearly
three weeks in the Bahamas
this summer. There will be
vivid shots of all the
Independence activities
junkanoo. interviews with
Bahamian people and shots of


promotion

different hotels and scenery. It
will be an audio visual
presentation with three
screens. This will be shown to
the travel agents in each city.
"This will be one of the most
important tourist promotions
ever undertaken," a spokesman
for the group said. It is
sponsored by Air Canada,
Bahamas Hotel Association and
the Ministry of Tourism. Mr.
David Harris, General Sales
Manager in the Bahama Islands
Tourist office in Toronto is
coordinating the tour together
with Miss V. Lorraine
Onderdonk, of the Bahamas
Hotel Association in Nassau.
The tour will start on
September 24 and end on Sept.
28 in Winfipeg.


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EIGHTEEN -year old
Linda Pandora Hepburn,
above, of Grant Street, Fox
Hill, will leave for London
Saturday to pursue a course in
speech therapy at the School
for the Study of Disorders of
Human Communication.
A former student of Prince
Williams High School, she
obtained five G.C.E. passes in
her "0" levels. Miss Hepburn
then attended Queen's College
where she obtained three "A"
levels. She hopes to complete
her course in three years.


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West dealt. and after a fair
amount of bidding, I
bull-doied miy way into 4
Hearts. \Well. no crime in that.
you miia% sa\. But see
what followed. West led the
two top Spades. and getting an
echo from ast., continued
w ith the 2. I knew just enough
to pla tiduimmy's 9, rutffed b
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rest of the tricks.
I ast, with hopes of setting
the contract there and then,
led the Ace of Diamlonds. I
plhicked the 2 of Hearts from
my hand and brandished it
triumphantly aloft. My partner
saw it, and gave a loud
theatrical gasp before it hit the
table. With Imy hand troien in
mid-air I looked at him, and
saw on his face a mItixture of
horror and disbelief. Hurriedly
I put the card back into my
hand and went into a troubled
trance. Before long the light
broke in. I needed to get into
dummy, first to nmake the
now-established Queen of
Spades, and secondly to lead a
('lub for a finesse against the
Queen. M> only means of
access was the deuce of
tru mps, which, ith trumps
breaking 2-2, 1 could pla\ to
dummy's 3. So I rufted with
thle Acte got an approving smiile
t ro in mIy conspiratorial
partner, and .made ini
contact. But I'\ve suffered the
patngs of conscience ever since.
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B1M)(M OWN,. Birdahs. ( \')
F% (n ( iribbean gomernmen lts hi,\e
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Ca.rihheari tourism centre. wlitos
m aini t.ask is to ihnk tourism in
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Chairman of tihe board ()f
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INTERNATIONAL HOUSE OF

MUSIC OPENS NEW BRANCH


IT IS a fact that Bahamians
are some of the most musically
inclined people in the world.
Rythm and music have always
been the "Bahamian thing".
Testifying to this is the fact
that a radio can be found in
every Bahamian home and it is
used mainly as a medium for
music.
More recent is the record
player and the tape recorder
that enables a person to turn
on the kind of music he wants
when he wants it.
Thus the record business in
the Bahamas has been on the
upsurge in the past few years.
The International House of
Music is relatively new to the
business, the first store having
been opened less than two
years ago on Nassau Street.
However, it has made a great
impression on the record
business in Nassau, so much so
that it is today one of the most
popular browsing places for


music lovers.
Having established a first
store in the Western district of
the island, the operators of the
International House of Music
decided that the time was right
for them to branch out, and
today marked the opening of
the second branch of the
International House of Music
located on Mackey Street, two
doors north of Kentucky Fried
in the Eastern district.
T h i s s p acious,
air-conditioned store has been
fitted with the latest display
equipment which make it easy
for a shopper to move around
and choose from the thousands
of discs and tapes that arc
available.
Branch number two has a
completely sound-proof studio
where stereo and quadrasonic
can be auditioned.
According to General
Manager Walter Hanchell, store
number two will be widening
its music range.


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MRS. JONI Thompson has
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assistant at First National City
Bank.
Citibank's vice president
Eric Y. Reynal made thy
announcement late last week.
The new post was "in
recognition of her excellent
work, plus the potential she
has displayed for assuming
higher responsibilities."
Mrs. Thompson joined
Citibank in 1968, after having
six years previous banking
experience in Nassau and in
Canada.
Most recently she has served
as senior operations officer in
the Bahamas. Prior to that she
was secretary to the manager at
the Bay Street Branch, and
platform assistant.
In her new position, Mrs.
Thompson will work out of the
new Citibank Building on John
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At Caribbean Bottling, a woman controls


the quality
IT MIGHT BE SAID that
Loneice Wells was responsible
for the excellence of a drink fit
for a future king!
It was the Prince of Wales,
heir to the British throne, who
commented moments after he
stepped ashore here in July for
the Independence celebrations,
that he half-expected to be
offered a "ceremonial
Goombay Punch" upon arrival
in Nassau.
Goombay Punch happens to
be one of the dozens of
flavours produced in the
Bahamas by the Caribbean
Bottling Company or John F.
Kennedy Drive. How sweet it
is, how carbonated, how
flavoured in fact, the
"quality control" of each of
these products is a pair of
hands that seem intended for
something more delicate.
Yet "delicate" is precisely
the word to describe the job
Loneice Wells does at
Caribbean, for the quality of
each item analysed by her can
depend very strictly on her fine
decision to pass or reject a
sample presented to her for
approval.
As the demand for soft
drinks in the Bahamas began to
grow, Caribbean Bottling, the
largest local bottling concern,
began seriously evaluating the
time and effort spent in
sending samples down the
Caribbean for testing. One
important factor was that
every other country in the
Caribbean had to conform to
this same system, so there
seemed little hope that
anything could be done.
Then there was Loneice.
By training, she was a
nurse, having attended the
Princess Margaret Hospital's
School of Nursing, for one year
and further qualifying herself
to the level of a State
Registered Nurse in the United
Kingdom.
Miss Wells stayed on in
England to pursue a special
course in midwifery, making
her total academic time spent
in the United Kingdom six
years.
Her solid background in
chemistry and related areas got
her a job with Caribbean
Bottling Company. and she was
sent off to the Technical
Laboratory in Puerto Rico
where she underwent
on-the-job training in quality
control.
Once she had completed this
course, she not only became
the only Bahamian to hold that
post, but also the only
full-time quality control
technician in the entire
Caribbean.
Her job at Caribbean
Bottling, though the extent of
it is complicated and
far-reaching, is singularly
simple to describe. In her own
words, Miss Wells makes
absolutely certain that the
products marketed by
Caribbean Bottling Company
including Coca Cola, Goombay
Punch, Junkanoo Smash and
Dr. Pepper "are of A-1
quality, giving the local
consumer the best possible
food product."
Miss Wells is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Wells of
Cool Acres Estate in Nassau.
She was born in the Bahamas,
and was educated at the
Eastern Secondary School. She
achieved the Bahamas Junior
Certificate, and later prepared


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LONEICE WELLS ... first woman in Caribbean.


for her General Certificate of
Education at the Evening
Institute of Government High
School.
About the switch from
nursing to her present position
with Caribbean Bottling? Well,
she doesn't say much about
that, but as she goes about her
job, pushing instruments into
bottles, tilting test tubes,
watching little dials and jotting
down meaningful data, it
becomes obvious that the
olive-skinned girl with the
determined eyes and the
infectious smile has herself
become infected with the
overwhelming challenge her job
as quality control technician
entails.
It entails regular
bacteriological tests on all the
products. Other tests
determine the sweetness and
correct amount of carbonated
properties in a particular soft
drink. Most of all, she says, her
tests "ensures that every
product distributed by
Caribbean Bottling is produced
under A-I sanitary
conditions."
Mr. Colin Wells, vice
President and general manager
of Caribbean Bottling in
Nassau, describes her role in
the company's operations as
"absolutely essential".


Rev. Symomette's
anniversary
REV. M. C. Symonette will
celebrate his eighth anniversary
as General Superintendent of
the St. John Native Baptist
Society at St. James Baptist
Church on St. James Road at
8:45 p.m. Sunday.
The chairman will be the
Rev. A. E Hutcheson, jr.,
assistant pastor of Mission
Baptist Church.
Special presentations will be
made by Rev. Dr. R. E. Cooper
president of the Bahamas
Baptist Missionary and
Education Convention.
The representative for the
district, the Hlon. Simeon
Bowe, Minister of Works, will
extend greetings from the
constituency.
Also attending will be
clergymen from the St. John
Native Baptist Society and
other clergymen.
UNEMPLOYMENT DROPS
IN BRITAIN
LONDON (A P )
Unemployment in Britain dropped
to 577,968 in the last month, the
Department of Em ployment
announced Thursday.
The new figure represented 2.5
per cent of the working population
and was 25,990 down on the
August level.


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S REAL ESTATE


C11387
WHY FRET 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.

C11161
FOR SALE BY OWNER
4 bedroom 2 bath house
completely walled in and
landscaped. 2 bedrooms
a, c-.ra, :.,ed In beautiful
condition. Located in exclusive
"Shirley Park Avenue" Close
to town and all shopping.
Telephone 2-1722 (day)
3-4953 (night).

C11297
COMMERCIAL site Bernard
Road $12,500
Ocean front beach site Spanish
Wells $12,500.00
TEN ACRE Tract Abaco,
north Cherokee Sound
Waterfront site Long Bay Cay
near Congo Town airport.
Contact Errol Kemp.
Lovely homesites Little Exuma
from $2975.00
PHILIP BROWN REALTY
Box N-104 Phone 31273

C11242

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

1 Lot 75x100 $5200
Call 34119 working hours.

C11386
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.

C11399
BLAIR ESTATES Lot for
sale Albany Street 100' by
200'. Phone day 2-3041. Night
3-2553.
C11365
One 4 bedroom ($50,000) and
one 2 bedroom ($26,000)
furnished, air-conditioned
house in Stevenson's Division.
Telephone 5-1147 evenings.

C 1404
FOR SALE
SOutstanding buy in large,
two-torey residence and
separate apartment
building Cable Beach.
Main r- sidence 4
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms,
large living roo im. replace
spacious sepcioesia,ite dining
room, two si '-decki,. etc.
Apartment iOicrairs two
bedrooms one- bath.
I i v i n g dn i n roomrn,
kitchen, balcony with twov
garages, !aundr,,, etc.
Direct ace-s, Gver'or
Beach. $ 1 5. 0 0I
furnished.
2 Attractive rcsi enie
Sky! ine Heioghts, 3
bedrooms, living room,
separate dining room.0,
Bahama room and bar.
two-car garage, etc
$60,000 furnrished.
3. Beautifu'Ily situated
residen',al lot ".'. aJlu
Heights for sale at
sacrifice ptice of $11,000.
118' x 155'
H G. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
309 Bay Street
P 0 Box N816i4 Nas-au
Tel. 2-1041 ,2.-1042


FOR SALE OR RENT

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

C11178
f ULL v RN IS E I
three bed .i". house situated
Ist 3Te -.ea Cent itr e ie asK,
adaptable to professional
p. uses ]Of 150 Y 100, An
u t i t ur. jrn en ground




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

C 11036


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

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

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

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


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U furnished


bedroom


apartment wall to wall
carpeting Stapledon
Gardens. Phone 3-5350

C11364
4 bedroom furnished,
air -conditioned house,
Stevenson's Division $500
monthly, yearly lease. Phone
5-1147 evenings.

NOTICE

C11272
NOTICE is hereby given that
MARY DIANE WILHELMINA
SHOOK -' Devonshire Drive
Coral Harbour. Box N4701,
Nassau is applyig to the
Minister responsible for
N a t i o nal i t y and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should riot be gated should
send a written and signed
statement of the 'acts within
twenty -eight days from the
14tr day -f September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nat; nality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147. Nassau.

C11276
NOTICE is hereby given that
HYACINTH CLEOPATRA
BROWN of Comfort Street, N.
P.O. Box 2281 is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for r.-ail t r J ,- L ra I u aliat
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
registry ati onnatu ralisati on
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
14th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


C11294
NOTICE is hereby given that
MERVIN ALEXANDER
WILLIAMS 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
15th day of September, 1973,
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau.



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C 11275
NOTICE is hereby given that
ANTONIUS DIEUVEIUL of
Odle Corner c/o P. 0. Box
N4929 is applying to the
Min ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
14th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship
P.O. box N7147, Nassau.


C 11293
COLONIAL MANOR
APARTMENTS, Collins
Avenue and 2nd. Terrace I
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 I
p.m.

C11050
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or monthly
aircornd'r l.. ed, fully furnished,
maid service available.Lovely
gardens & swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.

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

C11328
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, Blue Hill Road.
$170/month. Call 5-2986 after
5 p.m.

C11332
Unfurnished 3 bedroom house.
Call 56229 for information.

C 11392
BACHELOR ROOM with
private entrance in Teddar
Close, Palmdale. For
information call 5-1044.

Cl1362
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedroom two bath, apartment.
With large living and dining al
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.

C11378
1 one bedroom apaItmen:
furnished on Clifton Street off
Mount Royal Avenue. Piione
51851.

C11371
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment, good location off
Mackey Street Telephone
5 1758


C 11288
NOTICE is hereby given that
GABRIEL WILLIAMS of Quar-
ry Mission 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 15th day of
September, 1973, to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau.
C11425
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOSEPH OUTTEN of Market
Street South 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Min ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147.


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11409
NOTICE is hereby given that
ANDREW LEWIS BARR of
East Bay Street 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
M in sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
Cl 1279
NOTICE is hereby given that
FRANCES ANN CAMPBELL
of Peter Street, N.P., is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality
and C i t i z e n s h i p ,


C11283
NOTICE is hereby given that
ARNOLD EMILE of St. Louis
du Nord, Haiti, is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 15th day of
September, 1973 to the
M i nister responsible for
"ai ....aii and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N-7147, Nassau.

C11270
NOTICE is hereby given that
FELIX NATHAN STUBBS of
Montrose Avenue, Nassau,
Bahamas, P. O. Box 5298 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
14th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11269
NOTICE is hereby given that
ASLENE RIGBY of Lewis
Street, Nassau. N. P. Bahamis
is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration -
naturalisation as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration naturalisation
should rot be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
14th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11308
NOTICE is hereby given that
NORM A ROSEMARIE
OUTTEN of Pinedale, P.O.
Box N-4439. Nassau, Bahamas
is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship,. for -. .' -'. .- 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
15th day of September, 1973,
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship
P.O Box N-7147, Nassau.
C11261
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOAN RUSEMARY PARKE of
Carmichael Road. Nassau,
Bahamas 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
14th day of September 1973,
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
O. Box N7147. Nassaui


C11443
NOTICE is her eby given that
SOLOMON JOCELYN of Blue
Hill Rd. Noith 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 naturalization should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
21st day of September 1973 to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau

C11426
NOTICE is hereby given that
RUBIN FIREME of V.t. Royal
Avenue is applying to the
M i n ster 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
21st day of September 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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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 14th day of
September 1973 to The
Mi n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
O, Box N7147, Nassau.
C11277
NOTICE is hereby given that
DANIEL PAUL REILLY of P.
0. Box 7121, Nassau, Bahamas
is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/
naturalization as a citizen of the
Bahamas, and that any person
who knows any reason why
registrat ion/naturali sat ion
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty, days from the 14th day
of September 1973 to The
Mi n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau
Cl11271
NOTICE is hereby given that
WILLIE JOHN of
Port-de-Paix, Haiti is applying
to the Minister responsible for
Nationality arid 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 14th day of
September 1973 to The
Mi n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147. Nassau.
C11457
NOTICE is hereby given that
AVISON ST. LOUIS of 5th
Street, Coconut Grove is
applying to the M ministerr
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for ,iaturalIsalion
as a citizen of 1 he Bahia i-as,
andc that any person .Who
knows any season why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a wvvttten
and signed statement of the
fact' within tvenity-eigi,tg ays
from liie 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Minister r responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147. Nassau.

C 11434
NOTICE is hereby given that
JEAN VILLARD PIERRE of
Freeport Hawks Bill City
No.126 is applying to the
Mi n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
21st day of September 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship.
P.O. Box N7147. Nassau


C11438
NOTICE is hereby given that
ALBERT LEONARDA JONES
of Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama is applying to the
Min ister responsible for
National,*v and Citizenship,
for naturalisatiun ac 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
21st day of September 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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C11310
NOTICE is hereby given that
STAFFORD 0. MORRIS of
Pinedale, 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 15th day of
September, 1973, to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau.


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PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.


NOTCE


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C11449
NOTICE is hereby given that
NOEL EZEKIEL BAIN of
Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama, is applying to the
M in sister 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
21st day of September 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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C11451
NOTICE is hereby given that
FRANK CYRIUS ST.REMY of
Second Street of New
Providence is applying to the
M i n sister 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
twentv-eiqht days from the
21st day of September 1973 to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
Q. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11436
NOTICE is hereby given that
THOMAS MABON, P.O. Box
N-1475, Brooklyn Avenue,
Nassau, is applying to the
M i n 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11444
NOTICE is hereby given that
PHILLIP JACK JOSEPHS ot
Churchill Development, P.O.
Box N3865, is applying to the
M i n ister responsible for
".j ,,in,aiit ) 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 should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
21st day of Septemer 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11450
NOTICE is hereby given that
HILDA LOUISE DAVIS of
Lewis Street, N.P. 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
M i n sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C 11429
NOTICE is hereby given that
FRANKLIN D. MISSICK of
East Indianman Road,
Freeport, 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
21st day of September 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


C11441
NOTICE is hereby given that
JAMES AUSTIN OSCAR
GODET of Kemp Rd., Nassau,
Bahamas is applying to the
M i n 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-eiqht days
from the 21st day of
September 1973 to the
M i n sister responsible for
nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11442
NOTICE is hereby given thai
EMILE JEAN of Farrington
Road, P.O. Box 6156, 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
naturalization should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 21st day of
September 1973 to The
N i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11290
NOTICE is hereby given that
ALEXINA McELWEE of Staff
Quarters Geriatric Hospital,
Nassau, is applying to the
Mi n 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 15th day of
September, 1973, to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau.
C11431
NOTICE is hereby given that
WILLIAM ANDREW JONES
of Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11460
NOTICE is hereby given that
AGNESE PAROTTO of Ardon
Apart. No.IIA, P.O. Box 51 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11423
NOTICE is hereby given that
MOSES OWEN PITTER of
Manchester, Jamaica, 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


MARINE SUPPLIES
C11233
CUSTOM YACHT 56 ft.
Ha nd-crafted Honduras
Mahogany. Twin G. M. 671-M
Diesels, 12 Kw Kholer
generator, Air, Etc. Sleeps 8 in
owner's party and 2 in crew.
Only 560 hours since new. A
real bargain Call 3-1423.
C11044


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C11422
NOTICE is hereby given that
LELIO CHARLES of Great
Harbour Cay, Berry Islands, is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration
naturalisation as a citizen of
the Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration naturalisation
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
21st day of September 1973 to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11430
NOTICE is hereby given that
ORENTON C ORNELIUS
WILLIAMS of Freeport,
Bahamas is applying to the
M i n 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


MARINE SUPPLIES
C11413
18' fibreglass with twin electric
Evinrude engines, just
overhauled, fully equipped.
Phone 4-1152 after 6 p.m.

C11446
BERTRAM 20 with trailer
ship-to-shore radio, 200 m.p.h.
engine. Good condition.
$4,500 -Phone 3-2152


C11383
NOTICE is hereby given that
LUDOVIC VOLTAIRE of
Fritz Lane, 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147 Nassau.
C11448
NOTICE is hereby given that
THEOPHILUS A. BASDEN of
Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama, P.O. Box F419 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Min ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147. Nassau.

C11424
NOTICE is hereby given that
DOROTHY SMITH CAWOOD
of P.O. Box N-3005, Smith
Apartments, Bay Street,
Nassau, is applying to the
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
21st day of September 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11432
NOTICE is hereby given that
SIMEON CHRISTOPHER
RIGBY 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 21st. day of September
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P.O. Box N7147,
Nassau.


C11435
NOTICE is hereby given that
SAMUEL ONEAL HALL of
Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama is applying to the
M 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C 11470
NOTICE is hereby given that
MARY PAWLEY of Hillside
Manor, Cumberland Street,
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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.



MARINE SUPPLIES

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


C11263
NOTICE is hereby given that
HEATHER PAMELA WHITE
of Tropical Gardens, Nassau
Bahamas is applying to the
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration/naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
regi strati o n/naturalisation
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
14th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147. Nassau.

C11453
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOZEF JOHAN VAN
GEHLEN of 24 Town Court
Apartments, P.O. Box N88,
Nassau, Bahamas 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
21st day of September 1973 to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11433
NOTICE is hereby given that
ME RVIN LEONARD
HENFIELD of Eight Mile
Rock, Grand Baharia, 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
21st day of September 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C1 1439
NOTICE is hereby given that
BERTRAM WASHINGTON
HARVEY 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11447
NOTICE is hereby given that
MAURICE POLYNICE of
Yellow Elder Gardens, 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
M i n sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P O. Box N7147, Nassau.


Cl11445
NOTICE is hereby given that
CLODE PIERRE of Market
Street, Grove is applying to the
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship for
naturalisation as a citizen of
Tne 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
21st of September 1973 to The
M in sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11428
NOTICE is hereby given that
KATHLEEN P. MISSICK of
East Indianman Rd., Freeport,
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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


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Friday, September 21, 1973.


C11295
NOTICE is hereby given that
REUBEN NATHANIrL
GRANT of Eight Mile Rkc,-
Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible fcr
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 15th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau

C 11220
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 statemrnent 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.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C6269
38' Pacemaker Sportfisherman
Twin diesels. Good condition.
$18,500. George Carnegie,
Freeport. Office 352-8127,
Home 373-1589.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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


CARS FOR SALE

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.

C11136
ISLAND MOTOR


COMPANY
1970 LTD.
P.O. Box N-640
NASSAU, BAH AM AS
USED CARS


1969 CHRYSLER
4 Door Auto White
1969 PONTIAC GTO


$950


A/C Vinyl, Greer. $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 $90C
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. AuLo White $950
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA
2 Dr. A/C Green $5900
1968 VAUXHALL
VICTOR $600
1967 thevrolet Impala $450
Trade-ins Welcomed.
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


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C11420
INTERNATIONAL FIRM OF
ACCOUNTANTS SEEK THE
SERVICES OF A SCHOOL
LEAVER OR YOUNG
PERSON INTERESTED IN A
CAREER IN ACCOUNTING
AND AUDITING WHO HAS
ALREADY OBTAINED A
MINIMUM OF 5 G.C.E. '0'
LEVELS TO STUDY WITH
US FOR THE CERTIFIED
GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS
(CANADA) QUALIFICAT-
ION. APPLICANTS SHOULD
WRITE IN THEIR OWN
HANDWRITING WITH FULL
PERSONAL DETAILS TO Mr.
L. THOMAS, P. 0. BOX
N1348, NASSAU, BAHAMAS.

C11455
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
TRUST COMPANY (BAHAMAS)
LIMITED
THOMPSON BOULEVARD
AT OAKES FIELD
P.O. BOX N1576
NASSAU, BAHAMAS

MUTUAL FUNDS CLERK
with
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL
SKILLS

An experienced clerk is
required to process mutual
fund subscriptions and
redemotions, handle inquiries
and investigations. Applicant
should be able to type, take
shorthand, and write
correspondence on own
initiative. Spanish translating
ability essential. Apply to Mrs.
E. Lightbourne telephone
2-4240.
C11437
SCULPTURE FOUNDRY
requires three experienced
technicians: ONE MOLDER
for rubber molds, piece molds
and wax casting. ONE
BRONZE finisher for fettling,
chasing and patinating. ONE
MODEL-ENLARGER to build
large clay models from small
scale models; extreme accuracy
required. Randolph W.
Johnston and Associates, Box
530 Marsh Harbour, Abaco. In
Nassau, call Angelo Roker
3-6693.
C 11454
PARADISE ISLAND
LIMITED requires night
auditors.
Applicant should be at least 24
years old with a high school
education and a comprehensive
knowledge of N.C.R. 4200
machine. Responsibilities in
this job include:
The balancing of room counts,
posting charges to guests folio
on N.C.R. 4200, balancing
food and beverage reports,
accepting deposits from food
and beverage cashiers,
balancing and preparing all
necessary reports.
Three (3) years experience is
desirable but inexperienced
applicants with a good
accounting background will be
considered.
Hours are from midnight to 8
a.m. 6 days per week.
Salary considerations are
negotiable.
Applications should be in
writing addressed to Mr. Philip
P. Smith, Personnel Director,
Paradise Island Limited P. 0.
Box N-4777, Nassau.


I NICE
C6275
When visiting FREEPORT,
stay at the:
EL CONQUISTADOR HOTEL
spacious rooms, fully
air-conditioned, from $10 to
$14 per day. For reservations
call 352-8180.


HELP WANTED

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.

C6271
TRAINEES -POWER PLANT
OPERATION Young men, 18
or over with 10th grade
education or better to enter
full time course in steam plant
operation. Must be willing to
take and pass standard tests as
part of selection. Training
involves classroom instruction
and operating and maintenance
work in the plant. City and
Guilds or Canadian Provincial
courses used, in time, for final
qualification. Apply to:
Personnel Department, Grand
Bahama Port Authority,
Limited, P.O. Box F-2666 or
30C Kipling Building,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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NOICE
C11252
Notice is hereby given that
LORENZO PATTERSON of
Palm Tree Avenue, Coconut
Grove, 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.



C11427
WANTED good second-hand
Volkswagen Stationwagon, Call
2-2682 -- 22683.

HELP WANTED
C11323
SENIOR EX ECUTIVE
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
lso be capable of handling
administrative and socii:;
matters arising out of the wide
and varied interests of this
international group. Reasonable
fluency in French and Spanish
is a prime requisite.
Details of qualifications and
experience, which should be
given in full, will be dealt with
in the strictest confidence.
They should be addressed to
ADV. C11323 c/o The
Tribune, P. 0. Box N3207
Nassau.

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


HELP WANTED
C 11421
COLLECTIONS MANAGER
FOR REAL ESTATE
COLLECTIONS OFFICE
The applicant should be not
less than 25 years old and have
previous experience in the
field. Remuneration will
include a generous basic salary
plus performance bonus.
Application should be in own
handwriting giving full details
of education and experience.
Good references are essential.
Reply Adv. C11421,
c/o The Tribune
P. 0. Box N-3207, Nassau.
C1 1459
LPGas Operations Supervisor
required for "Bahamas Gas" in
Freeport. The successful
applicant will be required to
supervise LPGas operations
including ocean tanker
handling, gas storage, vehicle
and cylinder filling, and the
design, installation and
maintenance of consumer
facilities. He must therefore
have a sound knowledge of
LPGas safety procedures and
codes of practice, together
with experience in the handling
of liquefied gas and in the
selection of approved
equipment. Please apply in
writing to: The Manager,
"Bahamas Gas", P.O. Box
F-23, Freeport or P.O. Box
N-1553, Nassau.
C11463
BANK OF MONTREAL
(BAHAMAS & CARIBBEAN)
LIMITED has the following job
vacancies:
LEDGERKEEPER: The
individual should have some
knowledge of bookkeeping and
experience in operating an
NCR32 posting machine.
SECRETARY TO THE
CREDIT MANAGER: This
position requires a mature,
intelligent lady experienced
and proficient in typing and
shorhand dictation, interested
and capable of performing
duties related to the credit
function other than those
strictly of secretarial nature.
Qualified persons may
telephone Mrs. B. Knowles at
2-1690 to arrange an interview.

C11280
GIRLS between the ages of 18
and 25 wanted to sell Black
Heritage Cosmetics
house-to-house. Work part or
full time. Contact 2-4175
between the hours of 7 p.m. &
9:30 p.m.

C 1'1386
RADIO & T.V. TECHNICIAN
5 years experience. Apply:
Allen's Electronics, Bahama
Avenue. Phone 35248, Box
5528.

ART SUPPUIS

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


HELP WANTED
C 11452
QUEEN'S COLLEGE
NASSAU, Bahamas

Applications are invited from
qualified persons for the post
of Assistant Secretary. The
person appointed must be a
competent typist. Furthur
details of the appointment may
be obtained by telephoning
The Treasurer, Queen's College
3-1666 or 3-2153. Applications
giving full details of person,
qualifications and experience
must be made in writing and
sent to the Principal, Queen's
College, P.O. Box N127,
Nassau.

ITRADE SERVICE
C11033

PidIt'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.

C 11268
FOR ALL YOUP.
GARDENING NEEDS.
Trimming, hedging, Pruning,
Beach cleaning, For Prompt
reasonable and efficient service
call 5-1044.

C11151
SEWING MACHINE
REPAIRS AND PARTS
ISLAND FURNITURE
Corner Christie &
Dowdeswell Street
Phone 21197,
P. 0. Box 4818, Nassau

FOR SALE
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.

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


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


HELP WANTED

C6276
Man to kill chickens in
processing plant two to four
days per week. Other work
available other than kill days.
Contact Baharmas Poultry Co.,
Ltd., Box F:-137, Freeport,
Phone 352-7897.
C6264
SECR ETA. RY /TYPIST
required by Bahamas Oil
Refining Cons pany. 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 preseri t salary to:
Personnel Officer, P.O Box
F-2435, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6263
M A I l NT E N A N C E
SUPERVISOR required by
BORCO. Dut ies 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
super visinr g assigned
mai-'tenanc e personnel.
Comprehensive experience e,
machinist/rmillwright in
refinery or chemical plant is
essential. Degree desirable but
not mandatory. Previous
supervisory experience
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.


HIS PUBLISHERS SWEAR ALL
THEY'VE OT FOR, HIM IS A
"GENERAL PELIVERY'
APPRESS SWMEWHERE
IN THE STATE OF
MAINE.


f 7

Lfti' '


HELP WANTED

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.

C6266
(1) SECRETARY/BOOK-
KEEPER with 5 years
experience in car rental
business (1) AUTO
MECHANIC, five years
experience in all makes of
cars, also (3) CAR
WASHERS/DRIVERS, must
have valid driver's license with
five years experience.
Apply to: Budget Rent-A-Car.
P. 0. Box F-1802, Freeport or
telephone 373-3010.

Co '6 7
CHEF BUTCHER Ore
experienced Butcher to be
responsible for cutting all cuts
of meat, breaking down full
carcasses of beef and to be
responsible for portion control.
High School education is
required and at least 4-5 years
experience.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9 a.m.
and 3 p.m., Monday through
Friday. Elon Martin, Jr.,
Personnel Director.


HELP WANTED

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

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.

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
certificate.
Interested applicants please
apply in person to
International Hotel, Personnel
Office for interview. Vincent
Russell, Assistant Manager.


-I


HELP WANTED
C6265
Night 'N Day T.V. Services
Limited requ ires
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's, Record Players and
Stereo Equipment. Salary-
open. Contact: Mr.
Colebrooke, Phone: 352-8388,
P.O. Box F-2443, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.

C6270
ENGINEMAN (DIESEL
PLANT).
Must have at least three years
experience with Diesel
Generator units of 1500 KW
and larger. Must be able to
start and stop units, observe
proper operation, record
pertinent data and monitor
auxiliary equipment and
cooling water systems. Minor
repairs to engines and
equipment form part of the-
duty, which is on a rotating
shift basis. Those interested
please contact Grand Bahama
Port Authority Office, French
Building, Marlborough, for
application form and Interview


HELP WANTED

C6272
TECHNICIAN ELECTRICAL
MAINTENANCE -. Individual
must have sound knowledge of
power plant electrical
maintenance work based on at
least five years experience. He
must be able to work without
direct supervision on all phases
of the electrical installation
including commutator
maintenance, train his own
helper, read wiring diagrams
and keep equipment ranging
from high voltage switchgear to
control equipment in working
order.

WORKING FOREMAN
ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION
& DISTRIBUTION --
Minimum five years experience
as journeyman lineman with
ability to supervise men in line
construction and maintenance.
Requires ability to understand
blueprints, knowledge of Wye
and Delta Transformer
connections and proper use of
voltmeters and ammeters. Must
be willing to work with
instructor in aerial bucket
handling with rubber gloves
live circuits to 12,470 volts.
Driver's licence required.

TECHNICIAN -- ELECTRIC
POWER -- Must be able to
prepare single line, schematic
and wiring diagrams, make
initial designs and cost
estimates for transmission and
d distribution. Must make
preliminary designs for
overhead and underground
distribution standards. Must bo
able to maintain index files of
technical literature. As'-s ,<(now
recording rmeter function.
compution of demand billi.'e.

Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited, P.O.
Box F-2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED

II FIEEPIT TEL. 352-KM


I APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky


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Friday, September 21, 1973.


Elisha Obed-Bunny


Grant fight postponed



for a second time

By Gladstone I hurston
TONIGHT'S ALL STAR BOXING CLASSIC which was to
tIcaiure Bahamas welterweight champ Elisha Obed and Jamaica's
welterweight champ Bunny Grant has been unavoidably
postponed wntil next week Friday (September 28) when Grant
for the second time cancelled his scheduled arrival.


Kidnap case
i Page I
i. ed ind a prsec)N tiiton
S. Kcndallt Inder there
i. iii 'i h ugri tlIg of I chruarN

ir ilitoii said the evidencel
.n' ; was intended to provide
S or Mecl an w\ li
ed:\ :m1ade the call to the
home on the early
,n, oi| i of February 16 at
*i !'.d 2:42 a.m.
M; liton told the court
.t \t I cain has all interest in
it trial ,'s lie and Dames are
<. C: \C r\ serious chartces
"'.1 h lie can l liet hit ll o tsci it
reiinhlier that iitn his
i d 1'ison iln the o\ lie'
". W he lli;self out ot iobINeC
ii. 'h! he.
Ai -.'erted that \lel anll
S state at all to et
assist hi11111' ,
S I: I \ t l lt an s id .
S the pr iccutlor hulbled


!. ii l'on ti i ti' Il ir\ that
S i thl pro e)utiotn
A .1 \eI t i and
Shel ki S o the\ sIhould
5. heak, r IM ',in ld that the
S eCtd idnillttcd the gun was
5 ,. i dI i i [1 ip. 's,'tssionl


Be the man

ou want to be!

and be the man
they want











,eep fit with

DeWitt's Pills







with the strong action
against BACKACHE
and MUSCLE PAINS


Prevoitisly scheduled for
August 31, the 10 rounder was
put oftl until tonight when
(Grant noti ied promoter
Wilfred Coakley that lie was
then tackling a touch ot the
'filu
WVhen (irant failed to show
up on schedule mon wednesday
night, it was thought that he
missed the flight. Again last
night (Grant v as not on the Air
Jamaica flight.
Contacted this morning by
promoter C'oakley Grant said
in Janlmaica that his manager
was indisposed and he (Grant)
did not want to fight without
his manager present. (,rant in
the telephone conversation said
that he cabled C(oakley t'p to
press time, Coakley said he had
not received it.
\ot only Obed felt the
weight of the postponement
but hea.vywr eight contender
Bob 1 ec/ce for the fourth ti nc
lias had his bout \hith Sherwin
Johnson puit off.
iRI /I- (I CHAL LLNCGI
I hough a little disappointed.
I rce/c LS ailing or bigger
things and this morning his
manager Rodnevy licastie iha-
,ide an open challenge t,'
leav\ weight chaitmp BBoston
Blackie and hghtwiclght clhatip
Bai\ Boy Rolle. "'I thin 1k thec
i ,' t b ii '' si II' a
Il bc's arHe o wl i t sh o uli c'
Iet iTa! "
h',slls has a I,. "
2 I cil-( e )I d .\1 Idrosa1n, lie Sal,
Is Ili t t l oia der, nin- ii II t csle
Aind lab' bing well. 1l ani i
linIer l ()xer Si ,i'r ni\ i BHoty Jir\
I'reece through a five-da\ week
gsm schedule switlh Carl Baker
and John \ illiaims as chict'
sparring partners.
IHeastic is cnmicrned that
neither Boston inor Rolle have
defended tieir title for over a
year. lie is illlng to take on
"any onle that has the ners to
step in the ring." All they nced
is S I\ to elht ,1 ee ks k ,,
prep iarat ioIn.
Just recentl'I Heastie 'ias
iorcced to break tie's ithi
lightmweight I.hamp I\s'psS Mike
\\ hymns. Whi\ it0s, t le.siCe
said. is a go(uod ililer. 0 th.
trouble i with hlni is that hee
does not like to train. lie' is not
living the life ot .1 chai:iplmn
%kith only I r-c/tee under his
management. "I think it I
Concentrate mi' > n I rcc/c I
will do a bclt i1, I "i" leI stle
sai d.


STAR INSURANCE'S TEAM CAPTAIN
FRIESEN .... carried the weight of victory last


BECKS GOLF

TOURNEY DRAW
f ARCOL'R I COINS"
POITIFR. who came from the
slumps and surprised all with
the lowest scores in the first
two rounds of the Becks
Nassau City Match Pla '
Championship. take on latn
lesson in the third round
Satuidas at the South Ocean
golf course. The winner of the
two-sonime takes on the wsinner1
of the Basil Siinti-Bob Slatter
two-some for top honours i;n
the champ ionship flight.
the final round of the
championship flight Sunday
will bc contested o er 36 holes
FThe other flights however will
go hocr I X holes.
lhtie olows :s the drav:
a:'d ting tiunes 0o'
Sa iitrda\ ', around
(15 . hoit' r %s .'d, i, i
I .Iliu m \ I, umIrt.
t i t, uli i'kim ,
l' C ".;. 1 .ic hliirt ,s J liutlc';
ci .itirlin "vs, i. Sn hini crs
,.;'i \1. \\ olsteni roft is J.
I ,'\ 1. I t c cv r s S. lHall
-33 V. SaI v er .,s ('.ash. J.
Mt: mjr I' hliandlcr.
I A 1 I K
1):47 .R MlcMillan v-s ..
Jenkins- t. Stc\art\ ,s R. 1,orlih.
954 ( C ,oper vs I).
McN -ilh . \itken ,s (.. I Ilis
10:0 1 I I arringtoii vs R.
)urining. b. iionaparte vs I'.
Sargean t
10:0() 1'. iHarr ,,s H. Hopkins,
Il. Br. kman is N. Braistedi
10: I" 1 '. t1 Kinlak vs R.
Jodlinson. J. I niimisin \s t.
inirrneli ls
Sl \ 1< R1
10 29 R. Hlstad, B. Higgs, 1:
if:1 f icriinnctt. S. nornellas,
1). Sh,-k
Io.44 \inec RolI Jr., I).
Itcphurn t. MJ tinsoii
10:5 ( 'r. att. V. l -th l. IB.
trpburn
10:;7 1. H1t-1, il. Newry,
S10 41 Ninu R),le Jr, 1).
Hiephurn M. Jiinsin


WILLIE I

CALLS I11
NEW YORK (A
42 s ear-old basic
announced his reti
game at the end o
Shea Stadium n
Thursday.
"This is it," s
retiring after the
hope I can make so
toward another
New York in the lit
With 10 games
season, Mays, New
first-place Pittsbur
in the tight Natio
race.
Mays has played
season with a .21
and six home run
career total to 66
only Babe Ruth an
His last appear
came in Montreal
that game, he sul
recent of a series o
when he crashed in
trying to catch a
injury was diagnose
left side with possib
cr.i k'- of the eight
lHi has not played s
Mays came to th
in 1951 with the N
and stayed with
through a move ti
until last season, w
to the Mets for a m
cash.
lIe stands third
list for games pla
and third in total b
lie went into the I
a career batting aver
Mays said his fu
indefinite but that I
associated with ba
contract with the M
him 50.000 dollars
r The game is
said."It's just a qL
the club will wani
we'll settle that wh
over. I love to be
there are young
organization I know
Mays has a career
hits in 10,881 a
driven in 1,903 ru
those totals are
hits. fourth on t
behind Aaron, St
Ruth.


Esso Tigers, last year's champs, roar 200GLOSOES



to victory and climb to fourth place His PRDEo--

By GLADSTONE THURSTON BILLIE JEAN


ESSO TIGERS came roaring from their dens last night and, hungry for victory, pounced on
second place Guinness 2-1 moving from seventh in the Madeira League to a comfortable fourth


place tie with K. C. Auto.
The defending champions,
taking a slow but steady stroll
into this season's action sacked
Guinness 812-717 and 840-753
in the first two games before
Guinness reversed the decision
856-809 in the final.
SMuch of Esso's success last
S night was due to the strong
Bowling of defending league
champion bowler Jeff Albury
and Kenaz Russell. Albury,
bowling against his last year's
home team, ripped through a
219 in the first game and a 221
S in the second. Russell tossed in
,- '., a competitive 177 in the
second game and 202 in the
third.
."Incentive." That's what
BRADLEY Albury gets from bowling with
night. Esso. Being among some of the
top bowlers in the league, he
AYS finds that the better the team
RAYt Iof bowlers he is on the better
DAY ahe bowls.
DAY Team captain Sidney French
was consistently above the half
kP)- Willie Mays, way mark with 176 in the first,
ball superstar, 168 in the second and 166 in
irement from the the third. However he was
f this season at a the trd However, he was
views conference unable to top his average of
182. Even Merille Rogers and
aid Willie. "I'm B. Kemp failed to increase
season. I only their averages of 176 and 130
ome contribution
championship in respectively. Kemp's highest
title time left." was a 1 58 in the final game.
remaining in the Bowling perfectly over the
York Mets trail first five frames, Albury
ghal Leaguey ast mastered the lanes for 136
which was the key score in
d 66 games this Esso's 431-336 lead. French,
I batting average who spared the first five, was
s, increasing his at 90.
60, third behind
nd Henry Aaron. Guinness found it difficult
nece for the Mets getting their game together and
I days ago. In quickly lost their 36 handicap
nagging injuries pins spotted them at the
to a metal railing beginning of each game. Fairly
foul ball. This steady, but still bowling below
sed as a bruised his average, was team captain
h and on-dIth ribssplaced Valdo Prosa who chipped in a
since. 1 66 in the first game.
he major leagues Albury's perfect game was
qew York Giants interrupted in the sixth and
that franchise
o San Francisco ninth with splits. These
hen he was dealt however were overshadowed
iinor pitcher and with strikes in the seventh,
on the all-time eighth and tenth. French
yed with 2,992 picked up only one strike in
bases with 6,066. the tenth frame but his 176
973 season with was well put together in Esso's
rage of .307. 95 pin one game lead.
Liture plans were
he would remain ERRATIC, BUT-
seball. He has a Although his game might
lets guaranteeing seem erratic at times, Albury
a lifyear he should be credited for being
my life," he
question of what consistent at the time when he
t me to do and is needed most. 'When I'm not
hen the season's around the head-pin, I'm in the
around kids and pocket," he said confidently.
players in the
I can help." Six strikes and four spares put
er total of 3,283 together his 221 in the second
3tbats and has game.
ins. Included in Russell finally got his game
1,323 extra-base
he all-time list together and with the
an Musial and exception of splits in the
eighth and tenth frames,
_ bowled accurately for a 177.
French, still not the 190
average bowler of last season,


AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 90 62 .592 --
Boston 83 69 .546 7
Detroit 80 72 .526 10
New ork 75 78 .490 15'/z
Milwaukee 72 80 .474 18
Cleveland 67 86 .438 23'/
West Division
()akland 90 63 .588 --
Kansas (its 83 70 .542 7
Minnesota 75 75 .500 14V/
(hicago 74 79 .A84 16
California 72 80..474 17'/
lexas '4 99 .353 36
Thursday's Results
Minnesota 4-5, Oakland 3.4
Baltimore 9, Detroit 0
Kansas Cit. 10, Chicago 3
('alih, rnia 6-3, te\as 4-8 (first game
I innings)
Todav's Games
California (land 5-6) at lexas
(Clyde 4-6) ( p.m.
Hostoni (Pattin 13.14) at Detroit
(Lolich 15-14), 8 p.m.
Chicago (Kaat 14-13) at Kansas
Cits (Ilushy 14-15), 8:30 p.m.
altimore ( Alexander 10-8) at
,ilwhaukee (Champion 5-7). 8:30
p.m.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet. GB
Pitlsburgh 75 75 .500 -
News (irk 76 77 .497 1/,
Montrc; l 75 77 493 1
St. louis 75 78 .490 1V,
Chicago 73 79 .480 3
Philadelphia 68 85 .444 8h
West Division
Cincinnati 94 59 .614 -
Los Angeles 89 64 .582 S
San irancisco 84 68 .553 9%h
Houston 78 77 .503 17
Atlanta 73 81 .474 21%a
San Diego 56 96 .368 371/
Thursday's Results
Chicago 5, Montreal 4
San Francisco 7, Cincinnati S
Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 5
New York 4, Pittsburgh 3, (13 Innings)
Atlanta 3, Los Angeles 5
Pittsburg (Blass 3-8) at New York
(Seaver 17-10), 7:05 p.m.
St. Louis (Wise 13-12) at
Philadelphia (Ruthven 6-9), 7:35
p.m.
San Francisco (D'Aquisto 0-0 and
Bait 11-15) at San Diego (Greif
9-16 and Jones 5-5), 2, 9 p.m.
Cincinnati (Billingham 18-9) at Los
Angeles (Osteen 16-10), 11 p.m.


picked up three splits in his
second game.
Charles Lunn who led off
Guinness in the first game,
anchored in the second and
topped them with a 169
contributing 20 more than in
the previous, Prosa who led off
had a second place 160.
Suddenly for no apparent
reason, Albury's game fell in
the final round collecting three
splits for a low of 147. Russell
this time was the key bowler
for Esso but with no other to
back up his 202, it went to a
losing cause. Russell chalked
up six strikes.
Esso's loss turned into
Guinness' gain and Graham
Bell chipped in a strong 173 to
go along with Eric Carey's 168.
Prosa and Parks had 165 each.


J. Albury
M. Rogers
K. Russell
S. French
B. Kemp

E. Carey
R. Parks
C. Lunn
V Prosa
G. Bell


ESSO
1st
219-221-147-587
154-156-136-446
145-177-202-534
176-168-166-510
118-118--158-
GUINNESS
117-101-168-386
133-135-165-433
118 -169-149-436
166-160-165-491
147 -152-173-4-72


Team Captain Bradley
Friesen tossed in a match high
of 240(625) leading the rookie
team of Star Insurance to a 3-0
victory over Tinker's Paint and
a second place position in the
Madeira League.
The newly formed team
battling with only three
members last night walked over
Tinkers 847-820, 851-797 and
793-722.
League leading bowler
Patrick Sweeting, indisposed
last night, left Star a handsome
average of 191. Sweeting leads
the league with an average of
201.
Friesen, whose first game
score tied Jeff Albury's weekly
game high was put together
with eight strikes and two
spares. Backing him up though
not very competively was
178 average bowler Terry
Chea. He had a 156.
Malachi Mortimer led the
way for Tinker's with 195.
Shannondoh Evans had a 150.
A sixth frame split offset
Friesen's second game which
saw him coming home with a
186. Ricky Lowe, who scored
a 122 in the first game, rolled a
152 in the second. Chea had a
good 186 the only time in
three he topped his average.
Again it was Mortimer
leading the way for Tinker's
with a 169. Matty Culmer had
158.
Fairly consistent in his
contribution, Friesen tossed in
a 199 in the final game while
Chea added a 157 giving them
their shutout victory.


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Billy Albury fashioned
scores of 209, 224 and 164 in
his 597 game which was
complimented by Perry
Cooke's 187, 204, 174, (565)
as the league leading Albury's
Supply defeated Pritchard's
900p- 818,957 838 and 879
929 to take a two game lead
over Star Insurance.
Manny Kastrenakes put
together scores of 196, 194
and 178 to lead the way for
Pritchard's Albert Rogers had a
213(547).

Heineken Brewers,
determined to leave the slump,
took two games from K. C.
Auto. However, their four and
eleven record did very little to
help. Lou Parker top scored for
the winners with a 201 (525).
MADEIRA LEAGUE
STANDINGS
Albury's Supply II 4
Star Insurance 9 6
Pritchards 8 7
Guiness 8 7
Esso Tigers 7 8
K.C. Auto 7 8
Tinker's Paint 6 9
Heineken Brewers 4 II
U.S. TEAM SET BACK IN I
MUIRFIELD, SCOTLAND (AP)
- The upstart Great Britain-Ireland
team. oaced by Scots Brian Barnes
and Bernard Gallacher,romped off
to a stunning 5-1/2 to 2-1/2 lead
over the heavily favoured
Americans Thursday on the first
day of play in the biennial Ryder
Cup golf matches.
Barnes and Gallacher scored two
victories over shocked and subdued


HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPT.
21 (AP) It was male
chauvinist pig Bobby Riggs'
time to "eat a lot of crow"
today in the wake of his
straight set loss to Billie Jean
King, queen of the women's
tennis libbers.
The 55-year-old Riggs took a
thorough 6-4, 6-3, 6-3 beating
from five-time Wimbledon
Champion Mrs. King Thursday
night and con-man Riggs said,
"I'll have to be the biggest bum
of all time. I have to take it
and I will, but I want a return
match."
Mrs. King said, "give me 24
hours and a beer and I'll think
about it."
The 29-year-old 0'rs. King
thoroughly dominated the
fast-tiring Riggs, \ ho had
beaten Australia's Margaret
Court, 6-2, 6-2, on Mother's
Day.
An Astrodome crowd of
30,472 the largest to ever
watch a tennis match yelled,
stomped, and cheered in a
carnival atmosphere.
Mrs. King won at least
200,000 dollars with the
straight set victory.
Riggs had promised to jump
off a bridge if he lost.
Mrs. King's advice was, "get
a parachute."
RYDER CUP
American teams, beating Lee
Trevino and Billy Casoer I uo in
the morning Scotch foursomes and
then routing Tommy Aaron and
Gay Brewer 5 and 4 in the
afternoon fourball matches.
Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer
scored one American point in their
6 and 5 romp over Maurice
Bembridge and Eddy Polland in
Scotch foursomes


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