<%BANNER%>
The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/03459
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Added title page title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: September 29, 1973
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:03459

Full Text












DUDLEYI rtL ttUE


P.O. BOX 5850 PHONE 2-1306/2.3237 i t

steired with Postmaster of Bahema" for postage concession within the Bahamas.) Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


or


AVON COSMETICS B '
Exclusive Distributors
iPRWE PRODUCTS
LIMITED.
i'.O. Itox N8717 J
SPhone 2-4766 -. "-
Wholesale knquiries
Invited.
-1-mm-m--A-1-Af-A-000 PA


VOL. LXX, No. 258 Saturday, September 29, 1973. Price: 20 Cents


PINDLING ALLAYS MP's CHARGES, BUT WON'T ANSWER TRIBUNE'S QUERY


PM produces copy ol






his birth certificate,






registered in 1947



By NICKI KELLY

SUGGESTING that Clarence Town representative Michael Lightbourn might be
either "crazy or careless, insane or incompetent," Prime Minister Lynden Pindling
yesterday called an afternoon press conference to put to rest rumours that he is not
Bahamian born.


-l -----
PRIME MINISTER LYNDEN PINDLING reads from a
prepared statement yesterday at a press conference called
to discuss allegations surrounding his birth and the
treatment of staff at Radio Bahamas.
PHOTO: Andrew Toogood.



Bahamasair fares likelyy



to rise due to fuel hike

By MIKE LOTHIAN
BAHAMASAIR "might" increase its air fares following
imposition of an almost 35 percent rise in the cost of aviation


fuel by the Texaco Oil company.
The fuel price hike and the
possible necessity for a fare
increase were revealed in a
Bahamasair press release today.
"There is also some fear that
the fuel hike might have some
adverse effect on tourism, as
the fuel hike would be passed
on to the traveller," the release
warned.
It added that "a secondary
effect is seen in the higher cost
to general aviation here
affecting the thousands ol
private, sport and recreational
aircraft visiting the Bahainma
each year. Bahamasair, which
services such aircraft would
have no alternative but to pass
price boosts on to the
owner-operators of such craft."
Delta Airlines is believed to
be the only other major carrier
serving the Bahamas which will
be affected by Texa'o's price
hike, but no spokesman could
be contacted today for
comment.
Eastern Airlines, Pan
American World Airways, Air
Jamaica, Air Canada and
International Air Bahama all
use Esso, and British
Airways/BOAC uses Shell.
Sources in those airlines said
this morning they had had no
word of a forthcoming price
hike.
Texaco sources said the
company was informed this
week that Caribbean oil
refineries were pushing up their
prices on aviation fuel seven
cents a gallon, on automobile
gasoline two cents a gallon and
on deisel oil six cents a gallon.
TELL CUSTOMERS
The company has been
contacting customers to warn
them that the hikes in aviation
and deisel fuel prices would be
passed on. Any increase in auto
fuel prices must be cleared
through the Prices
Commission, the sources said.
Whether an application for an
increase would be made to the

EYE CONTACT
TESTS LENSES

ROBERT T. HIRST
Optometrist
Savoy Bldg.
S FREEPORT
Telephone 352-5906


Commission is not known.
Ba lhamnasair chairman
William Allen told The Tribune
this morning that Texaco
tele phoned the airline's
management a couple of days
ago," to advise them that the
aviation fuel prices was going
up from 2 1.75 cents a gallon to
28.75 cents a gallon.
Mr. Allen explained that as
fuel costs represent about 25
percent of the airline's
operating costs, the overall
operating cost would be going
up about nine percent.
"It is not unreasonable to
say that it might be necessary
to have a rate adjustment," Mr.
Allen said. "It is clearly not
impossible that there will be a
fare increase in the light of the
facts."
Mr. Allen said no definite
decision has yet been made as
to whether fares will rise, or
when or by how much.
CONTACT COMMISSION
lie said Bahamasair would
be contacting the Prices
Commission on Monday to
find out whether the Texaco
increase should have gone
through the Commission and,
if so, whether it in fact had
been approved.
Bahamasair, which began
operating on June 18, was built
on the foundations of Out
Island Airways.
In March OIA applied to
Bahamian and U.S. authorities
to increase fares paid by ticket
buyers in the Bahamas to the
level already being charged to
American ticket buyers.
It was explained at the time
that the U.S. prices were based
on the Official Airline Guide
(OA(,) but the local prices were
below the OAG level.
rThe gap was widened further
by the difference in exchange
values of U.S. and Bahamian
currencies.
Mr. Allen emphasised this
imosning that those fare
increases were never brought
into effect, so that
Bahamasair's Bahamas-Florida
service is still cheaper than that
of other carriers.
lie also said that neither
OIA nor its successor,
Bahamasair, has had a fair
increase since 1970, although
carriers in the U.S. have raised
their ticket prices twice in the
same period.


Mr. Pindling, who vas born
March 22, 1930, circulated
each reporter with a
photostatic copy of his birth
certificate which shows a
registration date of February
25, 1947 17 years after the
date of birth.
The declarant is Mr.
Pindling's father, Arnold, and
the registrar is J. F. (Greenidge.
The certified copy of the
certificate was issued
September 24 this year and
signed by Vernell J. Albury for
the Registrar General.
Asked today whether any
supporting affidavits of birth
were produced at the time of
) registration, the Prime Minister
Stold The Tribune through a
spokesman that he was not
prepared to go beyond the
matter of the birth certificate.
lie felt, he said, that this
point had been sufficiently
covered in his press conference
and he would not provide any
specific answers to questions in
that area.
Fhe Tribune understands
that the law provides for two
types of late registration. The
first is a supplementary
registration done within 12
montlis after the date of birth,
and thlie second is post
regist ration done after
expiration of the 12 month
pel iod.
DI( LARATION
In the second instance the
person wishing to register a
birth must appear before the
Registrar and make a solemn
declaration of the particulars
to be registered. TI his
declaration is signed in the
presence of the Registrar,
The Registrar may, before
accepting the registration,
require a supporting
declaration from another
person or a baptismal
certificate.
The Iribune has been
informed that registration of
Mr. Pindling's birth is not in
the 1930 Post Register of
Births. There are, however,
some 10 to 15 such books and
the registration could be in any
one of them.
The Prime Minister's birth
registration became an issue
when Clarence Town
representative Michael
Lightbourn claimed on
September 22 that there was
"apparently" no record in the
Registry of Mr. Pindling's birth
on March 22, 1930 to his
parents Arnold Franklin
Pindling and Viola Melba Bain
Pindling.
Mr. Lightbourn said he was
sure there was a logical
explanation and called upon
the government to investigate
the status of all House and
Senate members in the light of
former St. Barnabas
representative Sinclair Outten's
disclosure that he was born at
furks Island.
ACCOUNTAB1 I'
The Prime Minister told
reporters yesterday that as a
politician he fully expected to
be publicly accountable for his
public actions and, in this
society, even for some of his
private actions.
Furthermore, as Prime
Minister, he also expected to
be everyone's prime target. "1
never thought, however, that
because I was Prime Minister it
gave anyone the right to
besmirch the character and
malign the integrity of my
parents.
"Nor did I think it gave
anyone the right to try to get
at me through my parents," he
declared.
Mr. Pindling said hie had
never claimed to be perfect. "I


F


am always liable to make a
human error. If ever I do and
whenever I do, give me hell:
but I think it is low-down and
dirty to try and get at me
through my parents,
particularly my mother."
Last weekend in a press
release "the new and
inexperienced Member of
Parliament for Clarence Town
brashly called upon the
government to investigate the
eligibility of all Members of
Parliament in the event that
they were not qualified to be
elected to the I louse of
Assembly."
The Prime Minister said he
used the word "brashly"
because if Mr. Lightbourn was
serious he thought he would
have written him on the
subject but to date he had not
heard from him.
POLITICAL
"It therefore leaves one to
draw the conclusion that his
demand was merely a political
play to capture headlines," he
said.
Declared the Prime Minister:
'T he long Island
Representative sought as an
example to use me. He
reportedly asserted, equally as
brashly, that my birth is
apparently not recorded
suggesting by innuendo and the
context of his whole press
release that I was not born in
the Bahamas, or if I were born
in the Bahamas that Viola
Pindling and Arnold Pindling
were not imy parents, or even if
they were my parents they
were not married when I was
horn.
"It seems reasonable to
assume that the Member ot
Parliament either checked the
records himself or had
someone check them for himi
before lie made a statement
which cast such aspersions."
Mr. Pindling said lie found it
difficult to believe that Mr.
lighthourn could have been
"that reckless and malicious
that he did not check before he
made his statement."
On the other hand lie also
found it difficult to understand
how he could have checked
because "tihe birth in the
Bahamas of lynden iOscar
Pindling to Arnold I franklin
Pindling and Viola Pinidlmin
formerly Bain on March 22,
1930 is in fact recorded in the
Registry of Records."
\t this point the Prime
Minister produced a copy of
the record that Mr. Lightbourn
said "apparently did not
exist."
"Furthermore I can tell the-
IHonourable Member that
Arnold Franklin Pindling did int
fact lawfully marry Viola
Melba Bain," he continued.
"TFhev were married in Nassau
at Zion Baptist Church by the
Rev. R. P. Dyer on May 15.
1929."
Reporters were also
provided with a copy of the
Pindlings' marriage certificate.
As for Mr. Lightbourn's
On Back Page


PARLIAMENT TO

OPEN OCTOBER 31
Till FI"RST Independent
Parliament of the Bahamas will
open October 31, Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling
revealed yesterday.
The Legislature was
prorogued July 7 for the
Independence celebrations.
When it convenes three
former members of
the Opposition Free National
Movement will be sitting as
Independents, the St. Barnabas
seat will be vacant because of
the disqualification of Mr.
Sinclair Outten and Mr. Kendal
Isaacs will once again be acting
as Leader of the FNM.


PM says ZNS gardener was paid



holiday pay for 5 years, but none of




cheques cancelled & some unsigned

By NICK KELLY
PRIME MINISTER LYNDEN PINDLING yesterday produced documentary evidence to
disprove allegations that a gardener employed by Radio Bahamas, allegedly for nine years, had
received only two weeks vacation pay during that time.


One ot the photocopied
cheques however No. 5083
said to have been issued
August 8, 1972 and drawn on
the Royal Bank of Canada,
bears no date and no
authorized signature.
In addition the year date on
another of the three cheques
No. 2139 is indeterminate
and none of the cheques hear a
cancelled stamp from the hank
on their face.
This morning The Tribune
contacted Broadcasting
Commission chairman Milo
Butler Jr. for clarification
regarding the two cheques in
question.
"That was thlie Prime
Minister's press conference and
I am not getting into it." Mr.
Butler replied.
l'he Tribune then put ilie
question to the Prime Minister
t h r o u g h Go ve r n m e n t
Information Services director
Bill Kalis.
Mr. Pindling's reply was th at
lie had disclosed all the
information made available to
him by the Corporation, and
suggested that The Tribune
contact Mr. Phihip Saunders,
the gardener in question.
Mr. Saunders had still not
seen reached at press time.
[he Prime Minister's
reference to the Radio
Bahamias gardener and
maintenance man was part of a
lengthy counter-statement to
assertions by Clarence Townr
representative Michaels
L ig h tbourn regarding
registration of Mr Pindling's
iIh and thlie need for a


'COURTS WILL

DECIDE ON

OUTTEN' --PM

THE POSITION with regard
to the St. Barnabas seat is a
matter which will ultimately
have to be decided by the
Courts, Prime Minister Iynden
Pindling said at a Cabinet
Office press conference
yesterday.
An unprecedented legal
dilemma was created last
month when Mr. Sinclair
Outten, elected to that seat in
the general election, disclosed
he was born in Turks Island,
not the Bahamas as he had
previously thought.
Since Mr. Outten was not
eligible to contest the seat it is
now theoretically vacant, but
as the Representation of the
People Act makes no provision
for ineligibility after 30 days it
is not legally clear how the
issue will be resolved.
The Prime Minister, an
a t t o r ney himself,
acknowledged his own doubt
as to who should initiate the
first step in the courts.
"There are some acute
difficulties but somehow it will
have to be originated in the
courts," he said.
It was his understanding he
added that the Director of
Legal Affairs would have an
opinion on the matter "in fair
order."


Commission of Inquiry to look
into Radio Bahamas.
UNION CLAIM
The Engineering and General
Workers Union, which is
seeking to unionize ZNS
employees, claimed on
September 24 that a gardener
employed by the station for
nine years had received only
two weeks vacation during that
time.
Further, the union charged,
the man had been required to
imow the lawn of Broadcasting
(Corporation chairman Milo
Butler Jr. during normal
working hours.
A n o th e r H o 11 s e
Independent, Marsh Harbour
representative t irington
kk atkins, i mm ed lately
demanded an impartial inquiry
into Radio Bahamas and
dIemanded that the chairman
and Corporation secretary
\\ alter Wisdom be suspended
SInle the investigations were
being carried out.
A similar demLand for a
CoIn mission of Inquiry was
made two days later hb Mr.
Light bourn.
I he Prime Minister told
reporters yesterday afternoon
that he had asked lor and
received "the true facts"
pertaining to the ZNS gardener
since identified as Mr. Philip
Saunders.
"Mr. Saunders joined Radio
Bahamas' staff on July 15,
19(8 and not 1965 as was
stated in the press," Mr.
Pindling said. He supported
this with a photocopy of an
employment application by
Mr. Saunders dated July 15,
1968 for an agreed salary of
350 weekly to be paid into the
People's Penny Savings Bank,
Fast Street.
FIVF YEARS
"Hle has therefore been with
Radio Bahamas for five years
only and not nine years and
has been employed as a
gardener and maintenance
man,'" the Prime Minister said.
tle told reporters that Mr.
Saunders took his first vacation
of two weeks from September
8 to September 21, 1969. iHe
was paid for the two weeks in
advance and therefore could
not get it again.
Mr. Pindling produced a
letter dated September 5, 1969
addressed to the Royal Bank of
Canada by ZNS administrative
assistant Pamela Granger
requesting that $119.34
representing salary for the
period September 1-15 be paid
to Mr. Saunders as "advance
for vacation purposes."
In 1970, he continued, Mr.
Saunders took his two weeks
vacation with pay from July 13
through 27. "I have here for
you to see a copy of the
cheque No. 2139 dated July
14, 1970 which was made
payable to him."
(It is the date 1970 on this
cheque which is obscured to
the point that the "7" is
unrecognizable).
The Prime Minister said that
in 1971 Mr. Saunders took his
holiday of two weeks from
July 12 through July 26.
"Again he was paid. I also
have here for you to see a copy
of the cheque No. 3407 dated


July 22, 1971 which was made
out to him."
(This cheque for $157.68
bears the signature of Jack
Dodge.)
NO SIGNATURI1-
In 1972 Mr. Saunders took
his holiday of two weeks from
August 8 through August 21.
"Again he was paid and here is
a copy of the cheque No.
5083," Mr. Pindling said.
(This cheque for $157.68
bears no date and no signature
by any payor.)
"In 1973 Mr.Saunders took
his holiday of one week and
two days from July 30 through
August 8," the Prime Minister
said. "His salary was paid into
his Bank Account as he did not
request it in advan-'e."
He explained that the reason
for one week and two days in
1973 was because all holidays
at Radio Bahamas have been
regularised and standardized to
fall within a callender year. i.e.
January 1 to December 31.
"Hllence the vacation taken
by Mr. Saunders in 1973 is
vacation earned from July 1Qt.
1972 to December 31, 1972.
In 1974 he would once agiam
have two weeks holiday as
being earned for the period
January 1, 1973 to Decenmbrlr
31, 1973," the Prime Minister
said.
He claimed that \Mr.
Lightbourn had "once ,'..aiin
failed to ascertain the facts,"
and it was clear that there was
"no truth whatever in those
allegations.
"One should have more
sense and an elected
representative should show a
greater responsibility than ti
foolishly echo and adopt
someone else's statements
without verifying the truth of
correctness of them."
NO TR UTH
The Prime Minister said
there was also no truth in the
allegation that Radio Bahamas
maintains for its Board
members and section heads
suites in hotels in Nassau,
Freeport and Miami.
"I am advised," he said.
"that as a public corporation
Radio Bahamas has discount
arrangements with hotels in
Nassau, Freeport and Miami
whenever these hotels are used
by Corporation officials on
Corporation business.
"The facilities are paid for
only when used and are paid
for at less than the ordinary
commercial rates thereby
saving money for Radio
Bahamas rather than
squandering it."
Mr. Pindling was asked if
there was any truth to the
allegation that Mr. Saunders
had been used by the
Broadcasting Commission
chairman for work at his South
Beach home.
Mr. Pindling said that since
Mr. Saunders' salary was not
unduly high he had from time
to time asked Radio Bahamas
staff and the Corporation
board for extra work to earn
extra money.
It was in that capacity, he
declared, that Mr. Saunders
had cut the chairman's lawn
and that of other members of
ZNS for extra money.


w auta dir StUb"R < 1 I
,t*'i4l P ftItHl-


v
J .. pw.


Kurt Waldheim, and
Under-Secretary, Mr. Bradford
Morse. Wives of officials and
delegates have also been invited
to attend the reception which
is being held at the United
Nations headquarters.
The Prime Minister, and Mrs.
Pindling left Nassau today for
New York.


PRIME MINISTER LYNDEN PiNDLING'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE ........shows birth as registered on February 25th, 1947.


TWO FOUND


GUILTY OF


FREEPORT


KIDNAPPING

,A SEVEN-week trial ended
late Friday when a Supreme
Court jury convicted Leroy
McLean, 25, and Spurgeon
Dames, 24, on five charges in
connection with the February
15 kidnapping in Freeport of1
four-year-old Andrca Spnuncer.
Mr. Justice Samuel (traliam
sentenced McLean, formerly
head of the police vice squad in
Freeport and now a hotel
security chief, and serving
police detective D)ains, to
seven years imprisoninent.
lhey wsere each coos n,:ted
on charges of huriar,, assault
with a dcanl'. weapon.
kidnapping, altt.' ;' t'ced
extortion and posses..,I' T i' !
firearms with intent to n a felony.
Jur> foreman Antlh''i:.
SXrcher delivered tle venrdi ,,
after the jury liadl dclihert,'-J
for four hours.
Andrea Spencer \sas taken
from her parents' liome in
Lucaya and held tor 39 hours
while her kidnappers
attempted to extort $250,000
from her father, I report
banker Robillt Spcencer. Sli"
was returned inl1h1u 1 ited to her
parents by tlhce i report
residents svlt(, s linld her
accidentally \stisle dLrinVs's in a
remote r; (I (, dii Bitahami a.


WOMAN SHOT &

KILLED AT ABACO
AN INVESTIGATIVE
team of CID officers have
been flown into Abaco
following the shooting death
of a Marsh Harbour woman
on Friday night.
The dead woman was'
identified as Mrs. Minerva
Key. Police said she died
almost instantly after being
shot at her home at about
7:15 p.m.



PM TO ADDRESS

U.N. ON MONDAY

PRIMI' MINIS I I R I ynden
0. Pindling will .tmi',nd the
meeting of llhe generall
Assembly of the United
Nations on Monday. October I
and will make a general policy
statement with regard 'j. the
role of the Bah:mas in the
United N at ionsi and
internationalaffair,,
At the beginning of each
Session ofl uthe Gcneral
Assembly time i, set aside for
representatives oft miemlber
government to i'iak policy
statements on bclhall ,1' heir
governments.
Mr Ptndling atendcd the
opening ol nhe 2xIh Session ot
the general Assembly on
September 1S and delivered
the acceptance speech
following lthe adnussion ol the
Bahamas to membership mn the
world organi/atiion.
The hlion Paul L Adderlcy,
Minister of I' xternal Affairs
and Attorney Ieneral, who
heads the Bahamnas D)elegation
io the United Natr'ins. will
attend the meeting.
On Monday evening the
Bahamas delegation to the
United Nations will host a
reception for heads of
Delegations to the U. N.
together with the President of
the 28th Session of the General
Assembly, His Excellency
Ambassador Loepoldo Benites;
the Secretary-General, Mr.












Whe Girtbuhm


Saturday, September 29, 1973.


FRENCH MAY GRANT DOMINICAN POLITICAL ASYLUM
P'ARIS (APl) French sources said friday that Dominican leftist
Manfredo Casado Villar will likely he granted political asylum here.
( asado, a political refuge who gained passage out of tihel Dominican
Republic yI- holding the Mexican ambassador's I 2-year-old son hostage.
was held briefly by police when he arrived at Le Bourget Airport from
Santo I)Domingo.
But Irench officials said his passport was in order and he was allowed to
enter the rcuntry.
Casado, 39, amrrved accompanied by Dominican journalist Virgilio
Gomez Rodhamez, who was (.'asado's intermediary with the government in
Santo IDomingo.
Casudo held the son of ambassador 1-rancisco tI. (Iarcia for 29 hours, at
first threatening to blow up the youth with a hand vernadc.
Dominican "resident Joalquin Balaguer agreed to permit (asado to go
abroad and the child was released unharmed at the airport as Casado
boarded a flight for Madrid. Spanish police put him on a plane for Paris.
GREEK DEPUTY P.M. RESIGNS
S1 [1 1NS (tAP) Deputy Premier Nicholas Makare is resigned f-riday,
apparently over President (ceorge I'apadopoulos' private insistence on a
purge next month of all former military men in the government except
Papadopoulos himself.
Makarezos and lapadopoulos are former colonels. 'apadopoulis
promptly accepted Makare/os'resignation.
M.ik.ir,/os issued a statement calling on all members of the government,
in hiding civilians, to resign.
"\%e teel today that our service is over. the demand of the people is tor
tih, transition from a regime of extraordinary powers to one of popular
sovereignty ." Makare/os said.
Makare/os and tiht' other former military men helped execute the April
1967 coup that put the I'apadopoulos regime in po\,er.
Some oft the military, have charged they are being discriminated against
.is Papadopoulos dismantles the old regime and prepares transition to tan
all-civilian administration.
It June, Papadoroulos abolished the (,reek monarths and proclaimed
himself the first President of the New Republic.A referendum on Jul\ 29
elected I'l)ptidopoulos as President and formally deposed the exiled Kinr
(onstantine.
ROOSEVELT TO TESTIFY ON ASSASSINATION REPORT
[LIBON.N, IO()RTItAIt. (APl) I liott Roosevelt, son of the former fU.S.
President, left Iriday by plane for an appearance next week before a
Congressional investigating panel headed by Sen. Henry M. Jackson.
washington Democrat.
Itoosevelt, vho celebrated his 63rd birthday here last Sunday, was
aetiomipanied by his wife Patricia on a plane bound for New York. lie made
no statement ion leaving.
In earlier sessions of the Jackson committee, a convicted stock swindler
aL. used Roosevelt of offering o00,000 dollars for the assassination of
Bihanmian P'rime Minister L nden Pindling.
Roosevelt promptly and vehemently denied the charge and demand 1i
public apologyy from Jackson.
I lie Senator replied with all invitation to Roosevelt to appear before thel
t committee next Wednesday. Roosevelt, who has been living here for the
past y ar and a half, quickly accepted.
POLITICAL BREAKTHROUGH IN NORTHERN IRELAND?
HI II AST (AP) Britain announced a political breakthrough for
Northern Ireland I-riday night. Leaders of feuding Protestant and Roman
( atholic parties agreed to meet Oct. 5 to discuss forming a coalition
Cabinet for the war-ravaged province.
William Whitelaw, Britain's administrator in Northern Ireland, will
confer with the three main parties on forming an executive body.
I lie ifritish announcement said Whitelaw ill meet next I-riday with the
Protestant unionists, the Catholic-based Social I)emocrat and Laftour
I'ar tv, and the moderate Alliaince (iroup which has members on both sides
of the sectarian barrier.
Earlier in the day the British government announced plans to cuti the
number of troops in Northern Ireland after the quietest summer since strife
erupted between Protestants and Catholics in 1969.
ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT FAILS IN PAKISTAN
KARACIlI (Al') k gunman I riday killed two men during an attempt
t-i .tssassinatt: Abdul Wall Khan, President of the National Awami Party and
Ifader ot the opposition in Pakistan's National Assembly, Radio Pakistan
r-poltted
I lie gunman opened fire on Wali Khan's car near Nalakand in Northwest
frontier province. Wali escaped injury hut tvo of his atlendanlts were
killed.
I hle gunman escaped, the radio said.
NIXON COLLECTED $18in. SECRET CONTRIBUTIONS
WASSIIN(;IO)N (AP) President Nixon's re-election finance committee
s.tys it collected IA million. 200 thousand dollars in secret contributions
between January 1971 and April 1972. The list of donors made public
under t iurt orders yesterday show dozens of five to sesen-figure gifts lroi
industrialists, prominent Republicans and in one case a man in prison.
A prominent Miami Beach,. lorida, contractor Ca al Kovcns \\as in
Irderal prison when he gave the RepubliciLns 30-thousand doill.irs in iaslh.
Kovn is left prison several weeks before his Ma% 1972 release iaite but lie
had been in ill lialth and no evidence lhas been presented that his
Lontribution \\as colinnected 1o his release.

DR. ERIC WILLIAMS TO STEP DOWN AS P.M.?
I1(,l ()I Si'AIN, IRINII)DAD ("') tihe IPrime Minister of rinid.ad
andl Ilo ago. Ir.I. t ri e t ailints, aillnnoutiLed I riday night lie \ ill not seek
rctiction as leader of the ruling People' s Natinriil lMotvenet I'NIM.
\illiiMs told the I'N\'s three Cja annual iiveintion, i\hicli opened
Srld, lie hlias lec ided It, return I(, private lite. giving up active ptlitic.s
Ioliticil olbsvrvers rtL:ird illiant's dctl ion is being o.ilen till
tnompromuise,. particularly s is the did not specifically announce his
reeieiitn ,It.
%\illia ms hais led the I'NN sinte 1956. lie w\as the country's first Premier
and also betiime its first I'rinle ministerr wvhen the country achieved
Ind.epelndence I roin t Irifain in 1 0462.

SKYLAB MEN HAVE FIRST DAY OFF IN 2 MONTHS
SI'\ I (1 I N I I.I 110i( SIoiN (A '') Skylab 2's astronauts, after a briett
medical examination on f ridad. enjoyed their first day off in two months.
lirc.akin w\iith tr:iulilni, i. ln I eitin,. tOwen K. Garriott and Jack I olsnMa did int pluitle iiniiltediatels iito technical debriefings. Space
aiget. \ officials ltIlft the\ had hicen isav from I arth for a long timnic and
told tliem to taike it ea .
I lhe relaxed it hoinie \vilh wives and friends. Because of medical
iqurantine proikrfeduris, tich will nott he 1iblc to be with their children for a
liB .in. Iarriott .nit l llismt .a fle\s here Ihiursdat night from San Diego,
talit.. where th u\ \ert. taken fs the recolvcry carrier New Orleans
I lie N-i'w Orlerans plucked thliem trom the Pacific I uesdai hitter their
record 49 -di,\ otrliltil iiiissioltn aboiird thle Skylab space station. iDocttors
proriotintd tlhif ien tioid hieiltih amid said ihey were readapllilg rai'idly to
I artli's gravity, .
tint Silutrdit Ice spicmen wiill begin :i month-long series of debrielings.
rept rlinti' tin ,ill .i1pci Is il the ilitssion.

8 WOUNI)DEDI) IN W. LONDI)ON AIR TERMINAL BLAST
IONDO( N ( \I') ighlt perstin were wounded todas in a fiombi
expliosion .i tht (I -st I ondon iir terminal, olliicials reportcld.
,\ iiian wiv .in lIln i .it cenit telephoned a- warning to birit.in's domestic
ntwsS .igetnc, tiner nitititirts heitirc the bottf wfenot tff.
It vais tih ,rn i r .t series tt irrib incidents in I-ngland since the middle
of \ugiist. it- I'lists ai\ct been blamed on the Irishl Republican Armyn.
Ihte ferminiil is lritiin's higeesl check-in point for uropetan andc
doiestU naihl.


rMTORG.E




Price $383.0



Cash Only


ISLAND FURNITUR


Cor. Christie &

Phoe 21197


Dowdeswel st.

P.O. B 4818


to stop federal grand


jury investigation

By Steve Kent
BALTIMORE (AP) Attorneys for Spiro T. Agnew went to
court Friday to try to stop a federal grand jury from investigating
the Vice President in connection with allegations of political


corruption.
At the same tullne. Justice
l)cpirtliIent otlicials and other
laW i ,s toor \Agnew set up a
fie ligii in N ,ii l' olk \'a ith
th'1- fIedcra.l ldgie w hlo was
presiding ivcil all aspects oft the

\ttorineC Stanley 11oltuollnsll
tiled a, moiition in I S diistlct
court here seeking ,i prolcctic
ordtt r to pl',Clent iaTiSK F' Ir ini
lpiet nlting to lhii.C gr7iad l nll
,aI tesf f'ilot) dic i. iilCents l01
oti lt'r inaicrial aliiCed l i
ii ltic ltmf t of .\it'gne\ so long s
hi is Vi.\'I Ircesidcnt .
It ilsii sou tght to prohibit the
gri, d l iir\ tronmI issuiniig ani
fnl i.flicentlf presentment Ior
other ch lge pierlaining Io the
Vice' r sidlent and to orders
anly discussion of the evidenicc
h.aleld.
liii' i C Un tslit iion If lr ids
thit ithe Vice Presildent he
indicted or tried in any
cr nin.il Icitlrt," the motion
said. '- In ll cofisciqliencc', an't
investigation byv the grand jIry
concerning the applicant's
activities will be in excess of
the grand jury's jurisdiction. .'
The three-pdge motion also
charged that the prosecutors in
the case "have engaged in a
steady campaign of statements
to the press which could have
no purpose and effect other
than to prejudice any grand or
petit jury hearing evidence
relating to Agnew.
hMortonson told newsmen at
the tederal courthouse that lie
had delivered copies of the
motion to both U.S. Atty.
( eorge Beall, who is heading
the investigation, and to Asst.
Atty. Gen. lHenry F. Petersen
after discussing the matter with
Beall Friday morning. ie
wou)tld not elaborate on tile
discussion.
LI AKS' SPLC(I I':l D
Mortonson filed with the
motion an affidavit specifying
what was termed specific
examples of so -called leaks to
the news media in connection
with the case.
"Faken together, they
permit only one possible
explanation, the number of
officials in the prosecutorial
arm of our government have
Illisused their offticcs in ant
immoral and illegal attempt to
drive the Vice President from
the office to vslich he was
elected, and to assure his
conviction," the atlidavit read.
The document wias signed by
Jay II. Topkis, another Agnew
lawyer.
Beall later issued a
'statement saying the grand jury
investigation would continue.
NO ( '1\(;I
"It is anticipated that there
will be an opportunity for the
government to respond int


writing to the civil action," lie
said. "At some point thereafter
there will be proceedings
before a judge on this mnattel
lihe investigation will continue
as it has. There will be no
change in the government's
course in that regard."
The motion was filed as
other lawyers for Agnew and
1ifl the Justice Department
gathered d in Norfolk, Va., for
an appointment with U.S.
district court udge Walter I.
Ilotfinman. appointed ito
supervise the Baltliior
investigation of the Vic.e
President
Iloffman was appointed tol
supervise the Agnew inqutiir
last nionth at ter all nine federal
citirt judges in Maryland
disqualified themselves in the
case because they were friends
or past business associates of
the Vice President.
Iloffman, 66, is a veteran of
Southern Virginia Republican
politics and is regarded as
tough, honest, although
sometimes controversial judge.
lie often says his philosophy is,
"I will do my duty if it costs
nle my last friend on Earth."
The motion by Agnew's
lawyers to stop the grand jury
probe had been expected last
Wednesday or Thursday before
the grand jury actually began
taking evidence from witnesses
against Agnew. But nothing
was filed and the Agnew probe
opened Thursday.
BRIBERY DENIED
Agnew is under investigation
for possible criminal violations
of tax. conspiracy, bribery and
extortion laws. He has
steadfastly denied any
wrongdoing on his part.
The investigation is focusing
on allegations that Agnew took
kickbacks from contractors
while he was chief executive of
Baltimore County and later as
Governor of Maryland.
Agnew left all the legal
manoeuvring behind him
Friday morning when he and
his family flew to the west
coast for a weekend rest at
Frank Sinatra's home in Palm
Springs, Calif. Agnew also was
scheduled to make one public
appearance.a speech Saturday
to a Republican women's
group in Los Angeles.
In another development, the
New York Times reported
Friday that Agnew does not
intend to resign even if he is
indicted by the Baltimore
grand jury.
A Washington dispatch by
James Reston said Agnew has
told friends he has been
destroyed politically and
knows it, but "he will not go
quietly, for that would look
like a confession of guilt."


Iraq clamps tight curfew on



Baghdad after brutal murders,


BlRULIT, LI-BANON (AP)
Iraq's leftist regime clamped
a curfew on Baghdad and
launched a manhunt Friday for
alleged conspirators plotting
the overthrow of the Baathist
regime.
Radio broadcasts from the
shuttered Iraqi capital said
secret police were searching
house to house for
' im perialists and
co un t e r re volut ionaries."
Interior minister Saadoun
Gheidan went on the air to
"caution our brother citizens
to exercise utnimost vigilance for
any abnormal activity by
suspicious elements."
Baghdad Radio said the
24-hour curfew was imposed
"until further notice." It later
announced the cancelation of
all outgoing flights from
Baghdad Airport but incoming
airliners also had to divert
wh lien they were refused
permission to land.
If true, the alleged coup plot
would be Iraq's second in three
months. Iraq's national
security cheif Coi. Nazemt
K/ar, led an abortive coup
against his fellow Baathists last
June 30, and was later
executed with 35 accomplices
after a week-long secret trial.
Radio broadcasts from
Baghdad said the rigid security
alert was prompted by a
number of brutal unsolved
murders in the Iraqi capital last
month, which Vice President
Sadatm Hussein Takriti blanied


on the coup plotters.
Earlier Iraqi press reports
said six mutilated and
Jismembered bodies had been
found in the outskirts of
Baghdad during a two-week
period in August. Beirut press
reports put the number of
victinis at eight, but Takriti
only acknowledged three.
In a news conference last
Tuesday the Vice President
charged the killers with
plotting a "Chile-type
upheaval" in Iraq and vowed to
"strike mercilessly at
imperialist elements."
Iraq's failure to identify the
victims and Takriti's charge
that their mu rders were
politically motivated aroused
speculation that the victims
might be ranking members of
the Sociailst Baath Party
hierarchy.
The Baath Party has had a
bloody history of coups and
spy trials since it took over
Iraq in 1963, was subsequently
ousted and returned to power
in 196-8.
As Vice Chairman of the
revolutionary command
council and assistant
secretary-general of the Baath
Party, Takriti is considered the
real power behind President
Ahmed Hassan al Bakr
January and l-ebuary 1969
saw the regime's first
bloodbath the hanging and
firing squad executions of 52
alleged Iraqi spies, including 14
Jews.


COMMUNIST PARTY


NO AGREEMENTS


DEWARS WHITE LABEL
SCOTCH

THIS OFFER IS LIMITED TO ONE FIFTH PER PERSON!


DELTA AIRLINER


BOSS IS ARRESTED IMF Nairobi meeting GETS EXTRA
IN SANTIAGO n@oPrunrn


SANTIAGO, CHILE (AP)
Chile's military Junta
announced Friday that Luis
Corvalan, the head of the
Chilean Communist Party and
on the most wanted list of
Marxist fugitives, had been
arrested in Santiago.
In a news bulletin on the
military-controlled radio, the
Junta said Corvalan was
arrested Thursday night. It
gave no other details.
The Junta Friday launched a
publicity campaign in
newspapers and on radio,
putting a price on the heads of
the leading fugitives to
encourage Chileans to turn
them in.
A Roman Catholic priest
who vaguely resembled the
tall, gaunt Socialist leader, was
held for 45 minutes earlier this
week at Pudahuel international
airport before police were
satisfied with his papers and let
himi fly to Panama.
Others on the most wanted
list include:
Miria Contreras, 46,
Allende's personal secretary
and long-time friend, who
escaped from the Palace while
it was being rocketed by air
force jets.
Miguel Inriquez, 28, leader
of the Extremist Revolutionary
Left Movement.
L u i s Co rvalan ,
Secretary-General of the
Chilean Communist Party.
Pedro Vuskovic, 49, a
Marxist and former United
Nations economist who served
as Allende's economy minister.
Chile has been under a state
of siege since the coup and
military justice has meted out
the death penalty nine times.
On Thursday, German Rojas
Castro, the former Socialist
governor of Southern Talca
province, was executed by a
firing squad. He was charged
with attempting to blow up a
dam to inundate the city of
Talca with water on the day of
the coup.

CASTRO OENES

JUNTA CHARGE
MIAMI, SEPT. 29 (AP) Cuban
Prime Minister Fidel Castro has
denied charges by Chile's new
military Junta that he interfered in
Chilean affairs by offering to help
Marxist President Salvador Allende
fight threats against his
government.
C.'astro also said in a IFriday night
speech in Havana that he has
first-hand information that Allende
died fighting rebel soldiers during
the recent coup and did not
commit suicide, as the Chilean
Junta claims.
"The Fascists have attempted to
hide from the Chilean people and
the world this heroic action on the
part of Allende." Castro told
several hundred thousand Cubains
attending a memorial ceremony in
Havana's Revolutionary Pla/a.
The announcement that the
Chilean chief executive committed
suicide with an automatic rifle
given to him hy Castro "is coarse
and ridiculous propaganda," the
Cuban leader said in the nationwide
radio-TV speech monitored in
Miami.


ends with no reform



& problem of China

By Fred Coleman
NAIROBI, KENYA (AP) The International Monetary Fund
ended on Friday a week-long meeting that left it entangled in a
dispute over Chinese membership and unable to agree on basic


monetary reforms.
Joh annes Witteveen,
managing director of the
126-nation IMF, told a news
conference that China had
made a formal request to
replace Taiwan in both the
IMF and its sister organization,
the World Bank. Witteveen said
executive boards of the fund
and the bank would consider
the Chinese question next
month.
Soviet sources here said the
Chinese action is likely to force
a reassessment by Soviet bloc
countries of whether they too
should try to join.
Some fund officials said,
however, that the prospect of
membership by Peking and
Moscow could further delay
monetary reforms until all the
major powers agree.
The IMF decided last year in
Washington to try to reach
basic agreement on reforms in
time for the Nairobi meetings.
But leading nations were still
hopelessly divided here on
details and the IMF set a new
target for basic agreement, July
31, 1974.
It decided against any
further meetings at finance
minister level this year.
Finance ministers in the
committee of 20, the panel
charged with drafting the
reforms, meet next in January.
The site has not yet been


TEXAS AIRLINER,

WITH 11 ABORAD,

LOST IN STORM
ELDORADO, ARK. (AP)
Civil air patrol planes searched
on Friday under threatening
skies for a Texas International
Airliner which disappeared
with 11 persons aboard in a
thunderstorm Thursday night.
Pilots concentrated efforts
in the area of Willisville, a
hamlet of 167 persons about
35 miles northwest of here.
There were reports of a big
plane "flying low with lights
ablaze and losing altitude in
that area Friday night," A
search spokesman said.
The bodies of three
crewmcnen were recovered from
the wreckage of a National
(G uard helicopter which
crashed early Friday in heavy
fog en route to help in the
search for flight 655.
The 40-passenger Convair
turboprop jet was on a 75-mile,
scheduled 20-minute flight


from El
Ark.


I)orado to Texarkana,


chosen.
There was some suggestion
that reforms might have to
wait for a stronger U.S. dollar.
The dollar is now floating in
foreign exchange markets and
many finance ministers think it
is undervalued.
PROBLEMS
Many delegates said the
uncertainty of the present
floating arrangements are likely
to increase problems like
inflation and trade
discrimination. They urged
speedier progress on the
reforms.
The question of who should
represent China, however, is
unsettled. Witteveen said the
Chinese Communists noted
that Peking occupies the China
seat in. the United Nations
formerly held by Taiwan. The
IMF and World Bank are
specialized agencies of the
United Nations.
Tanzania formally urged the
IMF on Friday to admit Peking
and expel Taiwan. Algeria
seconded the proposal, but the
Chinese Nationalists said they
would fight to stay.
Among the key issues at
stake are whether China's IMF
quota of $550 million should
go to Peking or Taiwan, and
which China should have access
to IMF advantages like easier
terms of foreign credit and
trade.
The World Bank agreed on
commitments of $4.5 billion
for its easy term loan
programmne to developing
countries for the three years
beginning next July 1.


rA HNbLR


UNEXPECTEDLY
LONDON (AP) A baby
was born to a Russian mother
in an American airliner high
above the Atlantic Friday. The
arrival was so unexpected it
almost gave rise to a diplomatic
incident.
The affair began 800 miles
west of London and due south
of Iceland when Mrs.
Margaretta Oganesyan, 30, gave
birth to a boy.
By the time their Delta
Airlines Boeing 747 jumbo
jetliner from Washington
touched down in London the
event appeared rife with
political problems.
Mother, father, baby and
several other Russi-tis, all
members -f a consular part\,
refused to get off the plane
until it was met by a Soviet
ambulance. And there wasn't
one in England.
A Pan American World
Airways spokesman said: lThe
trouble seems to have been
that the woman did not want
to go through immigration
afte- what she had gone
through. She just wanted to go
to Moscow."
there were 184 passengers
on the plane when it letf
Washington. At position 52
north 20 west in midocean
there were 185.
London hypnotist David
Berglas, a passenger, said later
"I went to see if I could help,
having assisted as a hypnotlis
at more than a hundred births
But this one was perfect and
only took a little while. A
stewardess and a woman flight
supervisor helped."
A crewman on the plane
said: "A diplomatic incident is
developing. 1 dward
McGovern, captain of the Pan
American crew running the big
jet, sighed and said: "I wisli
they would sort it out. bhe
airliner is needed and it has to
be cleaned."


NOTICE


34e fl.au Shop Lia .


will be CLOSED Monday-October 1st.

for STOCKTAKING


- PROBE WILL CONTINUE


St 1 Agnew lawyers try


Butler& Sands Offer ...


IF YOU SEE YOURSELF IN THIS HAPPY GROUP PICTURE, CLIP IT OUT AND BRING IT
TO - BUTLER & SANDS COMPANY, LTD. WAREHOUSE OFF SHIRLEY STREET JUST
BEHIND THE MOSKO BUILDING -- PICK UP A FREE FIFTH OF YOUR FAVOURITE
LIQUOR:


* BALLANTINE *
SCOTCH


APPLETON
RUM


TANQUERAY
GIN


M- momw


I













Saturday, September 29, 1973. ihe ribttbnt


Ib er ribunue
NULLIUS ADDICTS JURABE IN VEIRBA MACISTIU
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.).
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
General Offices (15 Extensions) 2-1986
Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Saturday, September 29, 1973.


EDITORIAL

Meeting of civilized minds


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
TORONTO, September 4: Readers of this column know that
I made this trip to Toronto to meet an old friend from South
Africa.
The older readers of this column will remember the story of
how we met at the foot of Mount Cook during a Commonwealth
Press Union Conference in New Zealand in 1955. Mount Cook is
named for the great English explorer Captain Cook.
I feel I should repeat this story today for the benefit of new
readers because it has particular significance at this time.

To do this I must go back to 1950 when my wife and I
attended a Commonwealth Press Union Conference in Canada.
This conference. attended by delegates from all over the then
British Empire, was convened in Quebec City, then moved on to
Montreal, to Ottowa and, after visiting several small towns,
cruised down the St. Lawrence River, passing the Thousand
Islands, to Toronto, ending in a resort hotel outside that city.
At that time the organization was known as the Empire Press
Union. It was at this meeting that the name was changed to
Commonwealth Press Union.

I have always been an Empire man. I feel that there was
strength in an Empire like the British. Certainly the insecurity
and confusion we see in the world today proves me to have been
right
And so I stood up at this meeting and spoke against changing
the name. This speech made me several friends, especially Sir
Kcith Mudock,. leader of the Australian delegation, and his wife.
The representative of The Daily E'xpress reported my speech to
Lord Beaverbrook, also a strong Empire man, and he wrote me a
wonderful letter about it.
Up to the time of his death Lord Beaverbrook opposed
Britain's entry into the European Common Market. He fought
for years for an Empire Common Market but the opportunity for
this movement passed when Britain proposed the Commonwealth
concept.
And so he was whipping a dead horse when the European
Common Market emerged after the second world war. By this
time the Empire spirit was gone. Independence was in the air. It
was not even possible to federate the West Indies for their own
good.
If you look out on the world today with unprejudiced eves
you will surely agree that the Beaver's dream of building ties
within the British family of nations and peoples was a sound
concept.

But I am straying away from my story. Before I stray too far
and have to write another article, let me tell you how I forged a
wonderful friendship with a South African newspaper man.
There are three distinct groups in South Africa. The Africander
(Boer) who settled this part of Africa, the native black man who
moved into the area later, and finally the English settler, most of
whom moved into the area after the Boer War when Britain
-ubdued the rebellious Boers.
The Boers were Dutch settlers. And they follow the beliefs of
the Dutch Reformed Church in which they teach that the black
man was condemned by God to be the servant of his white
brother down through the corridors of time.
You remember, of course, the story of l1am in the Bible when
he laughed at the nakedness of his father and God supposedly
cursed him and his seed forever, so 1 don't have to repeat the
story here today.
This means that the Boer has a harsh attitude towards the dark
races. The English group in South Africa are more liberal but they
are a minority.
It happens that my friend Rene de Villiers is a Africander in
the sense that his family went to Africa with the early settlers
but, as the name indicates, they were French.
Hils family were originally reared in the Boer tradition but a
long time ago a grand uncle went to school in England. When he
S returned home he took back liberal views towards the black man
; ... and he converted his family to his new outlook.
This means that the de Villiers have been pioneers for racial
reform in South Africa for a long time now. And they are not
alone in this attitude. There are many newspaper men and other
public figures in South Africa who do not agree with the harsh
policy of the government. And they fight for reforms. Rene de
Vilihers is one of these men.


I wasn't aware of this fact when I attended the conference in
Canada in 1950. 1 felt at that time that nothing good could come
out of South Africa. And so I refused to have anything to do with
the South African delegates at the Canadian meeting I rejected all
their advances during the six weeks the group lived and travelled
S together.
The Australian-New Zealand tour was much longer than the
Canadian meeting. It lasted three months. Unfortunately my wife
was needed at home and could not accompany me. During this
time the group travelled from end to end of Australia, and then
we tflew to New Zealand to cover that entire island also.
Throughout Australia I ignored the South Africans. We were
up in the middle of New Zealand when a tall South African
approached me.
"Would you like to take a walk with me, Dupuch?" he asked.
1 hesitated for a moment. Short of being downright rude I had
no other choice. And so we went for a walk along one of Mount
Cook's rough pebbly paths.
1He must have suspected why I had shunned his group because
he told me the story of the men who had been to Canada in 1950
and who were in the Australia-New Zealand group.
All these men had crusaded against the government's treatment
of the black African. Some of them had been to prison for their
activities. For generations his family had been in the vanguard of
this crusade.
By the time we returned to the hotel I felt thoroughly ashamed
of myself. But I was also happy because I felt that I had made a


The day a new


THERE IS a day which marks the new season and the
beginning of the end of the year. It is not necessarily
related to a date on the calendar but nobody will miss it
when it comes, whether in October or November.
The wind will be in the north-west and a welcome tingle
in the air as the hot breath of summer begins to abate. Not
as dramatic as the first snow in the north, to be sure. But
dramatic enough to make a difference to the children of the
tropics who have become sensitive enough to appreciate
even the subtle variations in the scale of life.
And where in the world are nature and events so gently
undulating as in the Bahamas?
The events do not shape nature hut nature shapes the
events and they both shape the personality. Henceforth
there is an intricate interaction between them with onl]\
occasional hurricane force winds, few devastating events
and a national personality which is layered with tranquility
but not without sensibility.
It might be that no Bahamian composer will ever
produce a symphony with the awesome majesty of the
Alps. But at least one observer of human affairs has noted
that those towering hills which seem to pierce the canopy
of heaven also served as inspiration to the mad spirit of
conquest which motivated Adolf Hitler. Things might not
have been so bad if tHitler used to cool out in the Exuma
Cays.
On that day the effect of the north wind will hardly he
noticed by a stranger but Bahamians will see in each other a
distinct change.
Everybody will be walking just a little faster, the smiles
will be a little broader and the hellos brighter. It may be
that nothing happens during that season which does not
happen during the rest of the year but whatever happens
seems to be more important, more significant, more
exciting.
Even after an eventful year those in politics will be
expecting some dramatic events at this time of the year.
They will recall that in internal politics, at least, such things
are likely to happen after the advent of the north wind. It
was around that time about a decade ago that Paul
Adderley went to Lynden Pindling's house to demand his
resignation as Leader of the PLP.
Towards the end of last year the Abaco seccessionist
movement flared up with Errington Watkins leading
delegations to London. And it was not too many days from
Christmas that the historic conference at Marlborough


By The Associated Press
TODAY IS SAT' MAY,
SEPTEMBER 29th. the 272nd dJ.s
of the year. There are 93 d.iis left
in the year.
II(;HLIG;HTS n1 history 11 thi,
date:
1972 Nationalist Chin.i s. ers
diplomatic relations with Japam
because of Tokyo's recognition of
mainland China.
1971 Meeting o' Prime
Ministers of Britain. Northern
Ireland and Ireland in London
brings about appeal for end of
violence in Northern Ireland
1968 Voters in Greece approve
a constitution drafted by the


nation's military government.
1967 Pope Paul VI opens l-irst
\\,)rld Synodi oI Catholic bishops
with warning ag.tl, st radical
changes in the church.t
1Q65 Iuss ad.imits it is
SLippliX3g tirriS t"i N,rth Vietnaim.
1t) Si ril secedes from
U united Arab.Lt public and forms
Syrrien ,\ral I public.
1957 Ah. I lst u)0 persons are
killed w,'hen express train hits
parked oil train in \est I'akistan.
1944 uiissi.n army invades
Y1igoslasia during, World \at Two-
SQ41 uBritain's Lord
iHei crbrook and America's Averell
l.irriman visit Moscow to arrange
for war supplies to Russia.


firm friend. Here was a man after my own heart....a man who was
prepared to fieht for right even though all hell might be against
him.
For the rest of the New Zealand tour Rene and I were
inseparable and when we finally paroled lie pledged that one day
he would bring his family to my part of tihe world to "show themli
how civilized people live".

Rene and I have corresponded over the years.
When my wife and I were in London about four years ago I
heard from a Rhodesian editor that Rene and his wife were in the
city.
I fund them and we had a wonderful leIiion. Our wives met
each other tor the first time.
In the meantime his son has come to this part of the world
and settled in fortnto where ihe married a charming Canadianl
girl. Like his father, he is a newspaper man. He worked on the
Toronto T, .-c ',,im until it closed up a couple of years a go. Since
then he is a lecturer in journalism at the Polvtechnic. He is now a
Canadian citizen. But there is farming in his blood. The early de
Villiers were all farmers and so the young de Villiers has bought a
small farm in Canada as a retreat from hlis teaching duties.

Early this year Rene wrote to tell mie that at last he would be
able to carry out iris pledge to visit me in Nassau. lie, his wife and
sister were coming to Canada to visit hIis son and before they
returned to South Africa they would come to Nassau to see us.
I had the unpleasant task of writing to advise him not to come
to Nassau because the Bahammias was no longer "civilized" in the
way we had visioned it IS years ago. The whole pattern had
changed and South Africans even though they might be
crusaders for human justice were no longer welcome in the
islands.
I told hinm that, instead of his coming to Nassau to see m. e,
would fI\ to Canlada to) mr'ti hun. Unfortunately, my wife was
unable to accompany me on this trip. My daughter is soc
short-handed at the office at the present time that she had to stay
in Nassau to help her but we have worked out a plan whereby we
mav all be able to meet agaiu on Rene's next visit to England. .B
that time I hope our affairs in the Bahamas will be more settled
and none of itus will be so completely tied down.

This has been a very rewarding trip for me. I always feel a surge
of new life and new courage when I am in thie company of people
who, when the chips are down. dare to stand up and be counted.
Rene is 6 feet 3 inches. Ilis sonil Marq is 0'1". But they are
different temperamentally.
Marq was sent to school in England. When hlie returned home
he found the government's racial policy so intolerable that he
wanted no part of the country. Ile is not the crusading type and
so he decided to leave South Africa in search of a home where
people are still civilized in their human relations.

Rene and his family were under the impression that I could not
go back to the Bahamas. They were surprised when I told them
that I went back for short visits whenever business required my
presence there....and that my exile was voluntary.
"Then you and I are alike," Marq observed with great
satisfaction.
Now he and his wife have agreed to come to visit me in Coral
Gables some time when they have a vacation. And I find I have
made three new friends because Rene's widowed sister is also a
fine person.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY


You're my friend
What a thing friendship is, world without end!


BROWNING


House came to an end early one morning after hammering
out the Independence Constitution for the Bahamas.
Nothing may happen this year but a beleaguered Prime
Minister will answer every late night telephone call with just
a trace of apprehension. Insecure Ministers will wonder
whether they will be laughing or crying over their
champagne. And the Leader of the Opposition will give at
least a second thought to rumours of a new conspiracy in
Montagu.
This year has seen the passing of an unusual number of
well-known citizens but before the year is out people will
shake their heads and proclaim that it is around this time of
year that the spirit of death is most active.









'.A
".i4


N'

/


TO..






Even those who do not suffer bereavement at this time
will still feel more acutely the losses they have already
suffered. That sorrow will intensify as the Christmas
decorations go up and as everybody else prepares for the
season of merriment. Loved ones will be missed more than
ever. Perhaps only the very young will escape that
overwhelming nostalgia which is sometimes so akin to
sorrow that one can hardly tell the difference.
But through it all life will go on. A new cycle will begin.
The cowbells will tell it and some of the young ones who
are not too exhausted from rushing junkanoo morning will
be trying to see what contribution they can make to next
year's birthrate. With all the wild rumours of the prolonged
Goombay Summer, there are those who claim that the
defloration statistics really go up at this time of the year.
It all begins here in the Bahamas not with the


imperceptible advent of spring but with the first stimulating
touch of the north wind, or so it seems.

Pollution threat
An outbreak of cholera occurred recently in Italy and
spread to other parts of Europe. A number of people died
before an effective anti-cholera vaccination programme got
underway.
The thing which is of interest so far as the Bahamas is
concerned is the belief that it all started as a result of
pollution. A UPI despatch said that scientists at the
University of Naples suspected that the outbreak was
caused by a ship which dumped its refuse off the Bay of
Naples causing seafood to be infected.
Bahamians are great consumers of seafood and seafood
with its high protein and low cholesterol content is good
for us according to the medical experts. Furthermore with
the threatened world food shortage and the high price of
imported food it seems only good sense that the
Government should be taking steps to protect our marine
life from pollution.
A section of the Ilealth Department charged with
responsibility for Environmental Health is not enough. A
separate Department properly equipped and staffed is what
is needed to cope with the massive threat which is
developing in the Bahamas.
The Government in its typical hard-headed fashion and
out of desperation to bring about some kind of economic
revival has committed the country to put up with the oil
industry perhaps for decades to come.
The danger of pollution from this industry should be
well-known by now to the public as well as those who are
responsible for the health of the people but little is said
about what safeguards the Government is implementing or
hopes to implement.
Furthermore, a casual look at Nassau Harbour should be
enough to convince anyone that something needs to be
done without delay. Much of the conch and fish which is
consumed in New Providence has been subjected to
pollution since they are kept in wells in the boats or, in the
case of conch, tied together and deposited in the Harbour
until the customer conies along.
It is a miracle that we have not yet been afflicted with an
epidemic of some kind but divine tolerance and our
proverbial luck can only take us so far. Persistent negligence
in this matter is bound to have serious consequences
somewhere along the line.



ATTENTION!

LUCI LLE J. SANDS / DAISY ROBERTS
TRIBUNE HOME DELIVERY SUBSCRIBERS

Our regular phone (3-1445) is out of order.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
PLEASE CALL US AT 4-2535


mmmmnter The Tribmmmmmnemmm-Pammn Am Travel Photommmmmmmmmmmmmm


Enter The Tribune-Pan Am Travel Photo


Contest!


ram~- ~,.
*,p~p.t P"~


A free round-trip for two
can be yours aboard a
Pan Am jet to any one of
26 European cities

E E rE E. served by Pan Am.

I Contest Rules

The Tribune will run a total of 30 photo ads
Showing a scene from somewhere within Pan
"-L Am's travel system. Name the City or Scene
and Country shown, using the picture and
answer blank included in each ad. After the
final photo has toun on November 17th, mail
Vall 30 entries (stapled or clipped together)
I" / to: Vacation. The Tribune, P. 0. Box
S 0 |1r ,N-3207, Nassau. Bahamas, You may enter
S -- .- more than one group of photos, as long as
': ,,'' I you use official Tribune blanks and groups
-. .. ,*. ... .... must be fastened together.
Should you miss an edition of The Tribune
S, -. w-- with a Pan Am photo ad, back copies can be
.t e .purchased at The Tribune reception desk in
SrThe Tribune Building, Shirley Street,
I, ,Nassau, or The Tribune office, 9B Kipling
r Building, Freeport.
iit In case of a tie, the tie will be broken by
additional photos not previously published.
S. All entries must be postmarked no later than
3a -. midnight, Monday, November 19th, 1973.
Employphees and their families of The
U i Tribune, Pan American World Airways and
SI their advertising agencies, are not eligible to
enter.
Photo No. 14

City or Scene................................ Country...................................

My Name.........................Address........................Phone............




Contest ends Saturday, Nov. 17th
to anyone f the n -q, ,],, 6 E tpean
C itesseved P."nuA-se
S Where in the world within Pan Am's travel system, ...
S are the places pictured above? Identify all 30 ::. AMSTERDAM MADRID
photographs that will appear on various days in BARCELO.A MUNICH
S The Tribune over the next 13 weeks and you have BERLIN NUREMBERG
S a chance to win a round-trip for two aboard a Pan sGEN RIS
American World Airways'jet to your choice of any USSELDOR PRAGUE
W l i y et FRANKFORT ROME
one of 26 European cities served by Pan Am. GLASGOW SHANNON
HAMBURG STOCKHOLM
HANOVER STUTTGART
LISBON VIENNA
r u LONDON WARSAW



Li mm-im immImIIIm I Im-mmmmm-m m -m --Immm IE


cycle begins


_ 3_














MIAMI BEACH MAYOR
TO ADDRESS KIWANIS
MAYOR Chuck Hall, Mayor
of Miami Beach, will be the
guest speaker at the Kiwanis
Club of Cable Beach's annual
installation of officers banquet
tonight.
Mayor Hall, himself a
Kiwanian, will talk on "Good
Neighbours". The banquet will
be held at 8:30 p.m. in the
Britannia's Marine Room.
Governor-General Sir Milo
Butler and Lady Butler and
American Ambassador the
Hon. Ronald Spiers and Mrs.
Spiers will attend.
Dr. Cleveland Eneas, Sr.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the
Kiwanis Bahamas division for


HEAR
EVANGELIST HUGH F.P
Speaking in
REVIVAL SERVICES
September 23 30th AT

NEW TESTAMENT CHUIC
Highland Park Dolphin )r. & Idmi


SUNDAY:-
Bible School 9:45 a n.
Morning Service 1 1:00 a.m.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
SPECIAL MUSIC IN 1VI.:RY SILRV


1 973-74, will instal incomi0ri.
officers, while outgoing
President Michael Wolstencr.ti i
will present several award,
including the "Kiwanian of 'hi.
Year."
SEWING PARTY
MEMBERS of the Queen
Mary's London and Bahanma.d
Needlework (;uild will hold .
sewing part\ at ;overnnieni
House on Monday. October I
at 4 p.nm.
KIWANIS INSTALLATION
TIl- installation of their
1 973-74 officers of the Fort
MNontagu Kiwanis Cluh is to be
held 7 p.m. Tuesday, Octobei
2 in the Polaris Hall of the
Holiday Inn on Paradise Island


Y'LE






'lS Iri.
children's Club 7:00 p.m.
I venin :->ervice 7 30 p.im.
ILC NI RSi R I'RlN)VIDI I


BAPTIST BIBLE

CHURCH
Soldier Road & Old Trail
FRIENDLY --FUNDAMENTAL
Sunday School 10 a.m. -
Preaching 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday: Prayer Hour 7:30- Pastor
Fri.: Youth Time 7:30 pn. Ph
WE PREACH THE BLOOD PO.
THE BOOK AND THE BLESSED HOPE


H. MILLS
one 5-1339
oux N3622


BAHAMASAIR'S j$

STATION CHIEF

AT FREEPORT
I RI I I')ORI MIr It MaX
I le.,I.." i( general Manager i I
H \II \ \S \'IR ha announced
Il. .ippo iiu i ,)i \lM r Ncko
( ,r.,riii .iaiihon I ianagiger
I,.r ih inrtitii in I-reeprl
Mr irajno Iaho has been
in i.' .irliu t. iLidu.irs I ltr ;he
i'j,'i tu L c ..irs ha re.. enitl
iip lted a course in .
Ii nrl i l L' .1j I a .Iicrf n airline ,
Ir r nI e 1 0 % in 11,iiii
X r ci 1 d ,e I 1 lhn lii
S \1r rant I. -r erl
I.I .. r r,., po ,.,inns % ith
Out ls]arnd Airways and
I L nmi o Xi-rlhies. in 1968 he
ai1 iL`l.' d i i .,.urscs at B.O.A.C.'s
I cchilnal I raining ('Centre in Lr

A natiu fi)t West lind, Randd
Bahama, lie is married to te
If(rnier rhara Isvans of
(eorge Iv',v.ii. Ixurna. Ilhcie
have one laughter.
I n ni a k i n g th e C
a 1n nI 1 nce I 1t of tthe
appointment. Mr Healey said
that BA X\IMASAIR was
hi'ruinate to have a person of .
1Mi ('ran',s experience and MRS.
,a tiIt\ tio ihead the organization ... she's
A,l s"h Ji important locahlion
AI ic Icepl 'B
B II \M \S A I R ues
Ro ls-Ro Lce tanjets on Mos o IwO
it, flights beth uen C the .iapial
t \Nssau .inil I report whl rc I IllS 'N
an aii !ii;u high of more than animals s
S".Ia) p.ss~engers were carried November
si,, I Ih .,,, ('lenient


Nassau Christian and Missionary
ALLIANCE CHURCH
Temporarily Meeting At Y W.C.A. Building -
--'ll Dolphin Drive atJohn F. Kennedy Drive.
Rev. Weldon B. Blackford, Ministet

Worship Hour 11 a.m. Gospel Hour 7:30 p.m.

VISITING GUESTS WILL. HI I'ROVIIi I RI 1 RI \NISI'()Il i N I. '
BY CAI.LNING ('Iit)MIPSON'S) 2 8241.
A FRIENDLY WIIM .(()M A.VA'lA S A \,I.t n itS n\11i NEKO GRANT
Bahamiasair man in


Saturday, September 29, 1973.



KINGSWAY ACADEMY P.T.A.he at the training Centre of
)N H KINGSUAY Academ% the Port Authority at the
Parent-Teacher Association 'll Kipling Building. Freeport
hold their next P.T A. meeting fromn a.n to I p.m and from
at the Kings%.i A.ademnN 230 to 4 p.in.
A. tivity Centre, on Tuesday. SERV IC .
October 2 Parents c Ian lIsIt
their children's ) lassroo nI
Itrol .0 pm I to p InI P.O.Box N 0 Pb.4"&,
hel ore the m meeting begin' Highland hin Drive -NOrt Y
s1pe, l.,I Iic ure ..r the .""
O ielilg % ill hei' a skit i ihi
lc.,her, called "'Ihc' 'S niimit
(-,nlercLl n tI l t (hIt .r Spa1 ".

JAMAICAN CONSULAR SpecialSpeaker J. D. Buffington
OFFICER TO FREEDORT MEMORIAL SERVICE 3:00 P.M.
S I\ edneslj. (K toher 3 for the late Rev. James Cooper
J-.1111.-1 l ai on'n ilJit l ,el % ki]i will
..


. CLEMENT MAYNARD AND ANIMAL FRIEND
this year's patroness for kindness to animals week.

kind to Animals

ek' November 10-18


fEAR'S "Be Kind To
Week" is to he held
r 10 to 18, with Mrs.
.,Mavnart- wife of th.,


l iinister of Iourism and
SAviation, as patroness.
Mrs. Maynard, who recently
toured the Chippingharn
Slac lites of thile Bahamas
Itumanie Society. sponsors of
thl'e kindness week, is acting as
Sllmpanoness of the event for the
!11 s 1 i tii e.
kR ,degiarding her association
xt fi llthe annual "Be Kind Fo
\nimals Week", she said; "I
pr poudlx act as patroness this
c\ii1 for the IHumane Society's
now He Kinmd I o Animals Week and
Freeport. tI eel certain that the


Make theirs a secure future,


whichever way the tide turns.


Call in the


imperial LifeGuards.


., .i lLht . h .,n'. l LI I. ., :
art doing elI l ,h, I '
%. n.. f n u'rk.t til i .
Or are you? H .' \uiu.)L e tl) h; .
their L iu .' v, uld he it \ ,
ro ,und then supp ',, .
t i I n [) i'l I: i .
(. u i h i. n p I : :


t!i Im l pci li I ine( uids wi' th tIen speual,
i ::nni .inlJ \u iene 1 .Ct il I ec rmnmend
. -'.1 i. d-,i ol1. 1 ) \ l iu i needs
jr ; c, is, l it ull en, i n t Ihe quest ion
:, i ', ,,' i ':l i, ;![l tu e (l w abho utI
'1 I \ r ,n .I it (I lthe '1
. .. i i( l I he'si h e


conmuiinit\ will give its full
.(ooperatlon. I comliienld this
quote Iomi (;iCorte 1 hot,
\l which may hiIng a great deal of
,onlfort to mans o L us:
'Animals arn' suCIh aiirecable
friends; the\ ask no quIest lions
dind pass no critii.isms.
"Be Kind To AniImals
'eek.'" which is held to stress
the importance of kindness and
I ire of animals the year
round, will begin with the
annual dog sho\ I m the
grounlids of (;ovcrnlin!entl House
un Saturday. NouvnmIher 10.
I he erand finale of th.e week
b ill e the he Societl s
annual "fiest." alln c\cniinie of
buffet dining and dancing, on
\N)ember I1. It is also hoped
tihat kindness to animals ill he
iiicltioneId inI local clihurchi
sc, i\ Wes on \ em(ibelr I .
I lie proceeds oft loth events
will tie used for the work of
[lie society.


Wait till you see


what's happening


on Andros.

Only 15 minutes from Nassau to your very own choice homesite on Andros...
the Unspoiled Island...whee things are starting to happen.

Best of all....ata price and terms Vou can afford.

For a limited time only. a large 80 foot by 125 foot homiesite for onlI S2995....
with a low S150 down' and easy S35 per month payments.


BUT YOU MUST ACT NOW!
In the years ahead you'll be glad you
did it TODAY.
Let us tell you about this unusual
opportunity.

CALL RIGHT NOW...2-1238 or 2-4913.
VISIT OUR OFFICE TODAY...
25 Frederick Street, Berwin House.
9:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through
Friday, Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.


San Andros (Bahamas) Limited

Principal broker:
BERKLEY FERGUSON REAL ESTATE
P.O. Box N 4278


BERKLEY FERGUSON


Fifth Floor, Nassau Bank House, Collins Avenue at Second Terrace West, Nassau, Bahamas. TELEPHONE: 22508-9


M


_ I


T


-- v -- - -








Saturday, September 29, 19/..


PRE-CHRISTMAS BONUS

i 3-50 VIVII CnII1 PhiOS
ONLY $57
-' I- an ideal gift for Christmas

ON T111 WAI 11 !4ON!
I.. HlaI St at. \\IItinam i S
ST.Ll_'tIIONI 5-4641
OPEN EVERY SUNDAY from 2 5 p.m.


End of month


TREASURY SEC RH ARY
SHULTZ 'FORECASTS
U.S. TRADE SURPLUS
N\IROBI,, KI N' \ ( \')
Irasury Setretir\ ( sunrs Situll/
today fiorccat :i t surplus iii \ itar
it A,ncrit:"i's trtadeir ll ,, ;i lt
biala tic if ipavlllvll ft h. I I ll"t i t -
of ptlinisIts ithas bi l ill th dl for
niore than a dc(adc. \fil tlft
trade halancm lis sla,, i nt, thti it
for three \ cars. Stiulti/ *.pr.k I, .
in Nairohl, K n i, ai th i i nt m .
Invtim i ll s h' t l iltilt ritttl5,
Moinctiry l u ndl ild \,,rl l l.tm l
suri l t he hal i pn .,I 1 i', l u1 ll
%urp lut s will 1 1lp r1 st>,r fi ll?
conlid ncm k ill tht-d,,1l:1r.


ARNOLD'S DEPT. STORE
CORNER OF BAY ST. & VICTORIA AVE.

Sept.27 to Oct. 6

MEN


* SHIRTS 2 for $7.95
* FANCY BUSH JACKETS 3 for $24.00
* 100% POLYESTER PANTS (Baggies or


SHOES from $10.00

Straight Cuff) 2 for $20
(sizes 2844


a TIES 2 for $6.95


LADIES
* African Print DRESSES & HOT PANTS 2 for $18.00
* SHOES for $4.00
* BLOUSES 2 for $7.50 PANTY HOSE 3 for $2.95


GIRLS
* DRESSES from $4.0'
* SHOES from $4.00

HOUSEHOLD
* SHEETS from $3.95
* TOWELS .95
* RUGS from $3.00


BOYS
* Polyester PANTS
2 for $11.50 & up
* BOOTS $6.00
* SHIRTS $2.00
* SUITS (3 pieces)
$15.00


U U


,hr n ribumur
w. -


pDe& Akf


The doctor's


gets


wite


some answers


inviting person for your husband to hurry home to?
PROFESSIONAL
Problems? You'll feel better If you get It off yew chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. WM, L. A.,
Calif. 00o6. Eaclose stamped elf-addresed nvelope,
please.
For Abby's new booklet. "What Tees-Agers Want to
Know," send $1 to Abby, Box 070, Los Angeles. Cal. 999.


MINE WORKERS LEADER IN
HOSPITAL INSTEAD OF COURT
WASHINGTON (AP) Former
United Mine Workers President W.
A. Boyle was scheduled to appear
this morning before a federal
magistrate in Washington in
connection with a murder charge.
But officials at a hospital there say
Boyle was admitted after suffering
a possible stroke. The 71-year-old
Boyle was reported in a coma and
was listed in serious condition early
today.
Boyle has been charged with
murder in connection with the
1969 deaths of his defeated
union-election opponent Joseph
Yahlonski and Yablonski's wife
and daughter. The hearing
concerned removal of Boyle from
Washington to Pennsylvania to face
the charges.


Tired feet, aching limbs?
I'

IA


By Abigail Van Buren
c 1973 o Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.
iEAR ABBY. This is for the doctor's wife who said
she may have to call her husband's office and make an
appointment under an assumed name in order to see her
own husband for n hour.
I do volunteer work at a hospital. and 99 per cent of the
doctors' wives live like queens and cry all the way to the
bank.
Did that doctor's wife who complained that her husband
never had time for her or their children make an appoint-
ment lo i 'n mei'e those children? It takes two to tango, you
know
I've seen and heard enough to know that doctors get
put down so much at home it's no wonder they eat up all
the attention tihe get around the hospital.
Mo1t doctors wives have college degrees, and many
were secretaries and nurses. but once their husbands get
up in the chips, aHl these social butterflies do is play golf!
KNOWS THE SCORE
I)EAH KNOHWS: Hold it! Generalizations are dangerous
and unfair. In moist communities you will find the doctor's
wife to be a hard-working volunteer for any number of
worthwhile chanritabl DEAR- AlHY The doctor's wife, complaining of her
absentee h'iisttnid hit home with me.
For 22 year I was married to a professional social
worker 1> 1, 1 h 1it .s prvale counseling practice on the side.
He -.peciali;md in children'ss problems.
While our wn',., five children were young, he constantly
brushed their prni'lems aside while helping other children.
There were times when my husband was supposed to be in
his office, hut wis unreachable."
All the while, people kept telling me what a "wonder-
ful, -. r,.p,.i., ',, understanding" man my husband was.
Rats' When the children were old enough, I divorced
him. I have since married a man who is everything my
husband was nft bhut got credit for being.
The doctor's wife might consider that sometimes it's a
good idea to change horses in midstream.
HAPPY CHANGER
D);\E 1i IIA'li'V. I'm happy if you're happy. I've heard
fro tiq ,uiit,- a fe( hiors -ehangers who would be glad to get
their old horses b)a(ck.
I) A-it A.BY ,rne questions for the doctor's wife who
complained t'h.it her h-usband's work keeps him from his
family.
If you wanteil a husband with the work schedule of
an office clerk or a factory worker, why didn't you marry
one?
If you are ill, why don't you see another doctor?
Physicians shouldn't treat their own families anyway.
Does your extravagance make it necessary for your
husband to work harder in order to keep ahead of your
spending?
Is your home an inviting place, and are you an


-


instant relief for tired,
aching feet
Guards against athlete's foot
Soothes and deodorizes
Easy application even
through socks.


Eases away aches, pains,
tensions
Deep cleansing no need
for soap
Relaxes away fatigue
Fragrant, foamy lanolised


b Meli.x in a Radox b1*'n
The economical way to get
backache out of the day
Relieves stiffness and
aching muscles
Herbs, minerals from famous
Spa Waters plus lanolin, work
wonders for your skin.


Would the 6200 families



who want to visit the Family Islands



but think they cadt afford it



please call one of these numbers:



Nassau: 2-8383 or 7-8511



Freeport: 352-5771










BaHaMaSa/l & Bahama Out Islands Association








,,,~~~~~~ _, . ________


II


Relax with Radox
Radox Foot Spray Radox Liquid Radox Salts
3 Perfumes Cologne,- Bouquet.- Pine


:;;








Saturday, September 29, 1973.


of Maynard has received from
T. editor Harry Kline a copy of
I I I I I


EDITOR HARRY KLINE shown presenting a copy of
his book to Tourism Minister Clement Maynard.


Just


Arrived


NEW FOR MEN

PARTLY TAILORED JAC-SHIRTS
Embroidered in
Blue, Grey, Tan & White
COOL & COMFORTABLE
Perma Press
ALSO MEN'S WHITE TENNIS SHORTS
Wash, Dry & Wear
--- AT --

BARRY'S LTD.
Corner George & Bay Street
PHONE 2-3118


BAHAMAS MINISTER
Tourism, the Hon. Clement


FOR SALE


PRIME CARlE eIACH PROPERTY

200 ft. OCEAN FRONTAGE BY 800 ft.
DEPTH TO WEST BAY STREET
CONTAINING 4 APARTMENTS, 2
COTTAGES AND A SWIMMING POOL.

PRICE $250,000o CASH

TELEPHONE 28808 28809
BETWEEN 10 A.M. and 4 P.M.



Four reasons why you

should own a choice


homesite on Andros.


THE PLACE IS RIGHT
THE PRICE IS RIGHT


THE TIME IS RIGHT
THE TERMS ARE RIGHT


Now you can afford a large homesite on Andros....the
where things are starting to happen.
ACT QUICKLY.
In the years ahead you'll be glad you did it TOD)AY.
Your opportunity is NOW while the price for a choice
homesite is only S2995. Monthly payments
are a low, low $35. $150 down.
Let us tell you about this incredible CARL E
opportunity. A-
CALL RIGHT NOW...2-1886
VISIT OUR OFFICE TODAY ...
Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel Arcade
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM Monday through Friday
9:30 AM to 6:00 PM Saturday and Sunday l


Unspoiled Island...


8(1 foot by 125 foot


San Andros (Bahamas) Limited
Participating Broker:
BRAYNEN & KNOWLES REAL ESTATE
LTD.
P. O. Box N8001


N.Y. Nassau Bahamas Assoc

to host PM & U.N. delegation


THE NASSAU Bahamas
Association of New York will
host a dinner-dance at the
Hilton Hotel in New York City
Sunday evening, September 30,
in honour of Prime Minister L.
0. Pindling and Mrs. Pindling,
and members of the Bahamas
Permanent Mission to the


United Nations and their wivesc
Several Parliamentarians it!
Nassau have been invited to
attend and will be going t
New York for the occasion.
Mrs. Aileen Johnson i-
president of the Na\,,s
Bahamas Association.


the fourth edition of "Bahama
Islands. a Boatman's Guide to
the Land and the Water."
First published in 1949 by J.
Linton Rigg, the new edition,
published by Scribner at
S12.50, will go on sale in
October.
An advance review in the
Book-of-the-Month-Club News
says: "There could hardly be a
better editor than Harry Kline,
who has been scanning local
islets, harbours and attractions
for years and editing the
annual Yachtsman's Guide to
the Bahamas.
"Bahama Islands begins
with a discussion of necessary
charts and the planning of the
cruise, the legal technicalities
of passage, the best way to
handle the Gulf Stream, and
sailing routes into the heart of
the islands.
"Eleven separate chapters
then describe -the islands
themselves, according to logical
groupings and/or routes.
"Mr. Kline is not only
currently informed but also
willing to give an opinion-and a
negative one, if required,"
the News said.
BARROW FIRES BROADSIDE
AT WINDWARD-LEEWARD
LEADERS
BRII(;DGETOWN, BARBADOS
(A'P) Barbados' Prime Minister
Irrol Barrow, stating he had no
regrets over criticisms he made two
months ago, fired another verbal
broadside at politicians in the
Windward and Leeward Islands
Wednesday night.
Speaking during a televised news
conference, Barrow again threw
cold water on any idea of Barbados'
joining a political grouping
involving the British Associated
States in the Windwards and
Leewards.
tie could not advise this
island nation to be in association
with "people who would have no
compunction about doing things
not in the best interests of the
area.
In July. Barrow caused a political
storm in the Caribbean by referring
to certain leaders in the Windwards
and Leewards as 'political
bandits "
I his time he charged politicians,
Mime in government, some in
opposition in those islands, of
corruption and said he was
prepared to produce documents
and witnesses to back his claims.
'There are leaders in those
territories who will accept rewards
from people to make decisions
which are contrary to the best
interests of tho people they
represent. Barrow said.


. AL SETS REDUCED20%
. OUR PRICES ARE THE
LOWEST IN TOWN

'rv ISLAND FURNITURE CO.
DOWDESWVELL & CHRISTIE
BOX 4818 PHONE 21197 & 23152


N'


r


~ft ~avC &?1-- -. -Q-' -.


K3


New revised boating book on Bahamas


for


h he riTbunt


We Are OVERSTOCKED
on Front Room Sets


NEW STOCK


i


I


i









Saturday, September 29, 1973.


Wht Ufrtbunt


1 Chef Patissier
1 Chef Saucier
2 Chefs for Yacht Club


All applicants must have at least three
years experience in a similar capacity at
first-class hotel or restaurant Apply in
writing to the generall Manager, L.yfor:i M ay
Club, P.O. Box N7776, Nassau.
*Sommelier must have knowledge of French and
German.


XEROX (Bahamas) LTD.
C. R. WALKER
TECHNICAL COLLEGE


XEROX (Bahamas) Ltd. in conjunction with the
Engineering Department of the C. R. Walker Technical
College is sponsoring as a public service, a second year
evening course in Electronics Servicing starting Monday
October 1st, 1973. Registration must be made as soon as
possible between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the
College.
In addition to this course, the Basic Electronics course
sponsored last year by Xerox (Bahamas) Ltd. will be
offered again this year starting October 1st. 1973.
The Engineering Department also offers the followiyr das
release courses, which start Monday October 1st, 1973.
Electric Contractors Licence, single and thr-c phase
Motor Vehicle Mechanic
Aircraft Maintenance
Stationary Plant Engineering
Plus a wide range of full time courses.
For further information on the many courses offered by
the C. R. Walker Technical College,
Contact the Registrar Phone 3-2291.


THEilYFORD CAYCLUB

REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING STAFF

FOR ITS WINTER SEASON


2 Chefs de Partic

1 bommelier (W ine Captain)

2 Chefs for Swimming Pool


PIPE OF PEACE
(MADEIRA STREET SHOP ONLY)

25% -50% OFF All I UMS EXCEPT CANDY IOeACCO


I SAIlURAY 2TH SEPI.- SATURDAY 131THOC.






AQUASPRING


home water purifier

Now you can convert City Water into good-tasting pure drinking water
at a normal cost by using an Aquaspring home water purifier. Available
in two sizes.


2 GALLON CAPACITY

6 GALLON CAPACITY




Design simplicity and sturdy
construction insure reliable operation.
AQUASPRING consists of four basic
components.
1. Pastic and condenser unit with wooden handle.
The heating element is mounted inside the cover
unit.
2. Heat resistant Pyrex boiler (half -gallon
capacity)
3. Plastic stand with collector-plate.
4. Polyethylene receiving-bottle (half-gallon
capacity). Bottle is designed to be conveniently
stored in the refrigerator, either horizontally or
vertically.


$1500 PURIFIES
2 GALLONS
$265" PER DAY.


^JOHx S.GECRGE'f
am 410e msmm
'|II^Mg GMiMR- SIMl BWIUil S IM

PALMDALE 4#W PHONE 28421.6


STORE HOURS: Mon. to Sat. 8:30a.m.. 5p.m.


STANDS BEHIND -
SIR ROLAND
EDITOR, The Tribune WOMAN
I am writing this letter to
'Solid F. N. M.' who wrote the RA PS
Editor in Monday's Tribune,
August 20.
Listen, "Solid F. N. M.", DA RLIN G
who do you think you are, to
talk and find fault with Sir NL B A RD
Roland Symonette? I don't O B O A DI
think you have the right to
condemn any man. God is the EDITOR, The Tribune
judge not you, and further Kindly allow me space in
more, if Sir Roland wants to your paper to voice my
give to any Church that's his opinion on the National
business, how much do you Insurance Committee. Thank
give. you.
I bet if Sir Roland would Mr. C. Darling
offer you $50 you would jump Minister of National
at it and say thank you boss. I Insurance.
would like to meet you and tell Dear Sir,
you a thing or two, you are a I looked up, down,
coward. You would not sign sideways, inside and outside of
your name but I am signing the picture of the National
mine Listen 'Solid F.N.M.' I Insurance Committee and I
have known Sir Roland and could not find one woman on
Lady Symonette for .many, the committee, unless she was
many years, and they are the wearing a pant-suit and looked
best. I want to tell you one like a man.
thing. If you are a 'Solid F. N. I am most disappointed that
M.: how come they did not a woman is not on that
fight for you all in England committee. I wonder if you,
they sold you all out, they are Mr. Darling, realize that a great
all cowards. majority of the women in this
Before I close be careful counrey are the major
'Solid F. N. M.' how you breadwinners of the family,
-speak of Sir Roland and don't and for you to completely
you dare touch him! Sir ignore them on such an
Roland has never done any important committee are we
favours for me but I know if I not capable?
were to ask Sir Roland for Women of this country
help, he would not turn me wake up, raise hell and plenty
down, but help me right away. and let these ministers know
If Sir Roland were to start a that you are very vital to the
new Party I would be one of building of this new nation.
the first to Iomn and give all the Mr. Darling you had better
backing. Sir Roland, like Sir get a few women on that
Stafford Sands, has done much committee.
to put Nassau where she is For rights for women, I
today. remain
SUSAN ROLLE JEAN FERGUSON
Ann's Town. September 21, 1973
Nassau,
September 0. 1973.

SAD COMMENTARY ON

THE GOVERNMENT
1 1)11 OR, The Tribune, increasing expenditures of the
It nothing constructive is incomes of those Bahamians
done to revitalise and stimulate fortunate enough to be
the nation's economy, the e employed, making it
ranks of the nation's impossible for them to survive
unemployed will continue to the resulting high cost of living
grows, moreover, if prices are without securing corresponding
not stabilised, they will increases in wages for services
continue to demand ever rendered.


1 Chef Rotisseur
2 Chef Fournant
1 Larder Chef


ghtr = t










Saturday, September 29, 1973.


School committee


general
for the
school
Andros.
The
School


in thie raising of funds
,on-truction of a high
complex in South

South Andros High
starts its first term and


IN11 II1 I SIA.\II 0F I\RI N( I IRVIN
..\ l l N late of the southernn l)istrict in the
Island( of Nes Plroidence. o1ne of the Bahatmas
Islands. \k\ lhian. deceased.
NOTI( I is hcrch\ giLen thit ain\ persons having
any chitms or demands against thie ;above-captionedl
Estate aire requested to send sallic. diul certified,
and thlos e indebted thereto, to nmlke payment to
the undCrsi' ned on or before the 20th October.
A.). 1)73.
ANI) \(I 1 It is lcrcb\ also Liven that at the
e\piritiion l the tini mentioned the I-\cuitri\
SillI pr ccid to administer the I state of the
deceased ninL the persons thereto entitled havingL
regard onl to the claims ,o \tliclh she shall thIln
hve had notice.
Dated the 20th September. \. !). 1)- 3.
I \\\l)()l 1 I AWK S
attorneyy for the I \ecutri\.
(). Box N 725 N aNitssau. \ I lahanias.




Lister Blackstone (Caribbean) ltd.




6










WATER PUMPS

P. 0. BOX 6275-TELEPHONE 2-8488
EASTERN END NASSAU SHIPYARD.



NOTICE


STOCKTAKING

TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS

ALL MAURA'S DEPTS. WILL BE
CLOSED FOR STOCKTAKING ON

MONDAY OCT 1st.1973

LUMBER DEPT OPENS FOR BUSINESS
AS USUAL.




P.ho Bo e 2-400N81-2-4101 assau
P. 0. Box N8177, Nassau


PRIMFI MINISI IR l.snden
0. Pindling, M.I'. for the
Kemp's Bay Constituency, has
announced the torimation atid
establishment of the Southt
Andro s High School
committeee The committee has
been organized to mobilise the
efforts of South Androsians in
particular and Androsians in


first year on September 3 with
over 300 students and is
expected to have over 500
students by September 1974.
The members sof the
committee are: Prime Minister
Lynden 0. Pindling, M.P., Mrs.
Cynthia W. Rolle, secretary.
Miss Verneitta Mott,
businesswoman, Mrs. Vylma
Ihompson, educator, liaison
with the Ministry of Education
& Culture, Senator the Hon.
Shadrach A. Morris, banker;
Mr. Garrett Finlayson,
businessman, Mr. Christopher
Stuart, A.C.C.A.; Mr.
Arlington Miller, customs
officers, Mr. Lerodney Rolle.
insurance salesman; and Mr.
Leonard Miller, better known
as "Boston Blackie" athlete.
All Imeinmbers of the
committee, except the Prime
Minister, were born in the
Kenp's Bai\ Constituency.
"lhey are keenly interested
in the welfare and development
of tie Smiouth Andros area as a
htilc arid see this educational
etLtoi t as ,i n ideal objective
around which to unite Soutlh
\ridlosiatns everywhere." a
press release said.
"At a future date, which will
be announced later, the
coninutittee will sponsor a
general meeting to which the
public, will be invited and at
%hlch plans for raising money
\\ill he discussed.
S"\S account has been
)openCeld h\ he CommItr ittee at
the C('Iha Manhattan Bank.
Sliirlc i anind Charlotte Streets."
I the release said


BANKS, TRUSTS

SET UP NEW


From Page 7
people's legitimate labour
rights can not be faithfully
pursued and, in fact, is being
unduly compromised by those
who would subordinate the
worker's welfare to thier own
personal interests. Fortunately,
there are those unionists who
obviously and actively remain
lofal to the worker's cause.
Ihey keep the faith, however,
at the price of anr
unprecedented degree ot
intimidation and victimisationi
at the hands of their former
comnrades-in-armis. This is
particularly true of tilhe


independent-nunItided as
EtCo union leadership, Ah
TRAINING COURS encounter undue)s p
interference intended
CO(NTINUING the trend subvert the democratic p
which has already been
established by the financial
comunlUnity in the Bahamas. r-
trer efforts to further improve C (
training for student employees
of Bahamian banks and trust
companies are being made.
A special comminitte of W
representatives of banks and
trust cortpanies has worked
out an elementary programmer t
to cover a basic orientation
designed to introduce
studentemp loyees to the
whole field of banking and
trust activities.
The main subject covered in
this basic programme is
Principles of Banking which
includes lectures ott the
Characteristics of Money.
Commercial Banks and their
t unction. Liquidity and
Solvency. Trust Cnompanies
a nd their functions in the
Bahamas, the Role of the
(Central Bank. Money and
C a pital Markets and
International Financial
Matters. The other subjects are
Introduction to I economics,
tlenments of Bookkeeping and
Accounts, and the Primacel
Communications Skills Course.
It is anticipated that this
progranune will get underway
in late October and will last
until the second half of May,
1974. Students may enroll,
preferably through and with
the guidance of their
employers, in one, two or all
subjects of the course. The cost
will be S45 for three subjects
or S18 per subject. Separate
arrangements will be made
with regard to the
Communications Skills Course.
The Bahamas Monetary
Authority has agreed to act
temporarily as the centre for
execution of this programme.
To supplement the basic
programme. the C'. R. Walker
Technical College will again be
holding courses in subjects
required by the Institute of
Bankers in England for Part 1
of its Banking and Trustee
Diplomas. Students wishing to
enroll for these courses may
do so on Monday. October 8
between 7 p.mn. and 9 p.m.
The number of places is
limited and students enrolling
will be required to present a
letter form their employers,
who should be a recognized
bank.
Classes will commence the
following week with evening
classes from 6:30 p.m. 9
p.mr as follows:-
Mondays: Structure of
Accounts
Tuesday: Principles of Law
Wednesday: Economics
Thursday: Economic
Geography or Law of Wills
English classes will be held on
Tuesday and Thursdays from
4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
"The banking community
welcomes the cooperation of
the Technical College in
furthering the training needs of
the nation's second industry,"
a press release said.


process.


The objective is to ensure that
puppets of the powers-that-be
retain or attain positions of
influence within the labour
movement.
All indications are that the
problem that exists is rooted in
a totalitarian-type presumption
on the part of the present
rulers and their supporters
that, irrespective of what they
do, the interests of the people
are. in effect, served by vitue
ot the fact that the reins of
powsei are in the hands of
products of the people. Thus,
history repeats itself and
proves that power tends to
corrupt. Although these
would-be liberators of the
people were in the vanguard of
ever\ effort, legitimate and
otherwise, that pressured and.


eventually, destroyed the white
power clique that had
dominated and exploited the
people, it is now deemed to be
in their best interests to deny
their compatriots the
continued exercise of any such
democratic freedom. Not only
because it is an inherent source
of embarrassment but also a
potential threat to their own
viability as the nation's
predominant political power.
Thus, it would appear that
the Bahamian electorate has
replaced the former
self-perpetuating white
oligarchy with a like-minded
group of black reactionaries
who exhibit a marked
tendency to be more ruthless
in their dealings with the
Page 9, Col. 5


Address by

MISS CARRLL HAMT
Georgia State Director of Archives:


"Thi Ro AiodA es iN




Government House Ballroom,

Wednesday, October 10th,at 6p.m.
Sponsored Jointly by


THE BAHAMAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY
and the

ARCHIVES DEPL, MINISTRY OF

EDUCATION & CILTIRE


Pubic is Invited


commerce Term Deposits


e'll show you a sure way to


ake more profit on your money.


Maybe you never looked at it this way.
But the interest a bank pays on your savings,
is profit coming to you. So the higher the interest
rate, the greater your profit.
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
sum deposited, and the period it remains
in the bank.


PM sets up South Andros High


INSURANCE SALES TRAINING COURSE
WORKING SESSION of the professional sales training course which Family Guardian
Insurance Co., Ltd. conducted for its Bahamain staff. The sessions were held at the
Sheraton British Colonial Hotel on Friday and Saturday September 7 and 8. Seen
addressing the class is guest speaker, Mr. Larry Neiman. The company is holding similar
training sessions this summer for its personnel in Freeport, Grand Bahama, Jamaica
Barbados, St. Lucia and Belize.


ahe Q(rtbtut


Call it a higher form of savings, if you like.
The fact is, you earn higher interest than you
would on regular savings. So you make more profit
on your money.
Talk to your Commerce branch manager
about your own personal Term Deposit.
It's profitable.



CANADIAN IMPERIAL
BANK OF COMMERCE


E.H. MUNDY & CO.

(Bahamas) LIMITED

Notice to Consignees,
Universal Alco Ltd. Tropical Shipping Co. Ltd.

With effect trom 1st October 1973, the above companies
will be enfor ing the trailer demurrage regulations as
stipulated in ther respective FM.C. Tariffs, Rules and
Regulations
E. H. Mundy & Co (Bahamas) Limited have been
appointed to collect all demurrages incurred,
The free time allowed for the discharge andor loading of
trailers and the demurrage rates are as follows:

EQUIPMENT FREETIME DEMURRAGE

Dry Freight Vans (any length) 3 days $10.00 per day
Flatbed Trailers (any length) 3 days $10.00 per day
Refigerated Vans (any length) 1 day $25.00 per day
Extendable Flatbed and other
specialised equipment 2 days $25.00 per day


E. H. MUNDY & CO. (Bahamas) LIMITED,
P. 0. Box F-2492, Freeport,
Phone: 352-9691.


You and the Commerce.

Together we're both stronger.









Saturday, September 29, 1973.


SHIRLEY STREET THEATRE


NOW SHOWING THRU
THURSDAY, "Enter the
Dragon' matinees at 3.00 and
5 00, evening 9.00. Parental
discretion is advised
I he first martial arts filn
rdiiccd iy a major
0 lI llyw.'od st! dio, Warner
S.. i enter r the D)ragon"


itintmes iat the Shirley Street
1 heatic this week.
I'lie i 'vie is an exciting
adventure ltor\ about a trio of
secret agents who invade a
-nistr island fortress, the film
-ars Bruce I.ce, John Saxon
ind Ahna ('apri, and
-itroduces Kim Kelly.
"'Enter the Dragon" was
Filmed in lechnicolour and
|anavision on location in Hong
Kong anid California and was
produced by Fred Weintraub


pen 7 p.m. Shows start 7:25
( i HI.I)PI N ilNDlI -R 12 FREE!
Sc'F 2 ratllTra3 late as 9:15
NOW thru TUES. *
oNI 1 11 1 11. INDIAN"
7'25 & 10:30
S A )Y & 1111 1 RAM'" 9:15 p.in
WALT DISNEY PRODuCTIOus



TECHNCOLOR"'
WALT DISNEY'S L


and Paul Heller. Robert Clouse
directed from a screenplay by
Michael Ailing.
STARTS FRIDAY, "Dirty
Harry" matinees at 3.00 and
5.00 p.m., evening 9.00. No
one under 17 admitted.
D o n t let Clint
Eastwood's violent screen
demeanour fool you. He's a
pushover for kindness and
consideration. He respects
every living thing from kids to
kangaroos.
In this film Clint Eastwood
matches wits with San
Francisco's real life Zodiac
killer. Eastwood takes the
leading role in "Dirty Harry," a
crime drama produced by the
Malpaso Co. in colour.


The story is about a police
detective, played by Eastwood,
who finds himself involved in
solving one of the greatest
waves of terrorism to hit San
Francisco.
He is given the dirty job of
finding out who is responsible
- it happens to be Scorpio,
played by Andy Robinson,
who kills innocent victims as a
sniper.
The Malpaso Co. production
was once slated for Frank
Sinatra whom Eastwood
replaced.
Others appearing on the
screen are Harry Guardino,
Reno Santoni, John Vernon,
John Larch and Ruth Kobart.


Bahamas 'teach-ins' hailed


a big success in Canada


TORONTO, Canada: The
week-long series of seminars
called "Bahamas Teach-In"
conducted in Canadian cities
by the Bahamas Ministry of
Tourism, the Bahamas Hotel
Association and the Out Island
Association were hailed this
week by officials in the travel
industry as the most
informative talks ever on hotel
facilities in the Bahamas.
The Bahamas contingent, led
by the Minister of Tourism, the
lion. Clement T. Maynard,
arrived in this city on Sunday
and spoke at the first seminar
which opened the following
day at the Four
Seasons Sheraton Hotel. More
than 500 travel agents attended
the first day sessions which


S 1illI'1U1i1


5
I

I
I


I

l
I
I

I
I

I


I~~U~V SHOWING THRU THURSDAY


iNVOWVV SHOWING THRU THURSDAY
Matinee 3 & 5, Evening 9--'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005
The ultimate in Martial Arts
adventure and excitement!


MI ELEE Jm -SAIS AMIIm

aI' ut l t^


Reservations not claimed by 8:45, will be sold
on first come, first served basis.
i'1 l \TI 1. DISCRETION ADVISED
SORRY NO PASSES ACCEPTED!

A 3 BAI-
SA OYON--ON


ended in the evening with a
visual aid presentation (colour
slides and film) by Assistant
Director of Tourism, Mr. John
Deleveaux, a buffet dinner and
dancing.
Mr. David Harris, General
Sale Manager for Bahama
Islands Tourist Offices in
Canada, said "Bahamas
Teach-In" was a new concept
in travel indoctrination.
"This year we decided to
bring the Bahamas to the
agents instead of the agents
coming to the Bahamas," Mr.
Harris said. 'We are delighted
with the success so far."
Officials of Air Canada,
co-sponsor of the Bahamas
Teach-Ins, also expressed their
delight with the success of the
seminars. Air Canada, in
addition to the regular
scheduled services to the
Bahamas, operates Inclusive
Tours Charters (ITC) under the
title, "Bahamas Sun Living."
Addressing travel agents at
each of tht seminars, Mr.
Maynard said that
Independence has given the
Bahamian people a new pride
in their country and
"particularly those in the
hospitality industry."
200,000 TARGET
Said Mr. Maynard, "We
expect to continue our
promotional efforts and we
have set ourselves a target of
200,000 Canadian visitors in
1974. With the cooperation of
all our friends in the travel
industry, I do not think that is
I aiming too high. We are
prepared to do our share, after
all, tourism is the lifeblood of
our economy, and we intend to
keep it safe and sound."
Other speakers included Mr.
Anders Wiberg, president of
the Bahamas Hlotel
Association.
Mr. Maynard, in addition to
speaking to travel agents in
Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal
and Winnipeg, also held a
reception for the press in
Toronto. Hie also made
television appearances and was
interviewed over radio stations
before returning to Nassau.
BAGHDAD AIRPORT
CLOSED BY IRAQ'S
BEIRUT, LEBANON (AP) -
Reports from Beirut say Iraq's
socialist government has ordered an
indefinite curfew in and around
Baghdad Airport. And sources say
that the Iraq capital's airport is
closed to all traffic. The sources say
they had heard reports of internal
trouble in Iraq.















*&f


l!
I

1


I
I
I

I

Il
I

Ii

I

I

I
I
I

I
II


I


IS

I

I

I

I


WUFF RD. I A


WULFF ROAD THEATRE


NOW SHOWING THRU
TUESDAY, "Live and Let
Die" plus Valdez is Coming"
matinee continuous from
1.30, evening 8.30 p.m.
Sunday showings continuous
from 4.30 p.m. Parental
discretion advised.
James Bond is back in the
eighth feature of the popular
series featuring lan Flemings
agent 007.
"When three British agents
are murdered, Bernard Lee,
head of the British Secret
Service, assigns the case to
James Bond, portrayed by
Roger Moore, who jets to New
York and narrowly escapes an
ambush set by Dr. Kananga.
Dr. Kananga, played by
Yaphet Kotto. is a sinister
character who masters an
island drug smuggling
headquarters in the Caribbean.
Bond tails Kananga and his
tarot reading seer, Solitaire,
into Harlem and is briefly
captured by black ganster Mr.
Big. He later flies to San
Monique where more traps lie
in wait. He kills a viper in his
bath with a can of spray
deoderant and outwits Gloria
Hendry who is killed. Bond
enters Kananga's retreat,
seducing Solitaire.
The two. making an escape,
later flee in a stolen two-decker
bus, but are captured in New
Orleans. Bond is taken by Mr.
Big who turns out to be
Kananga. grower and
distributor of opium.
After a wild boat chase,
Bond returns to Kananga's
island. Hlie rescues Solitaire
during an eirie voodoo
ceremony, destroys the poppy
fields, and literally blows
Kananga to bits. As Solitaire
and Bond are relaxing on a
train, one of Kananga's
henchmen try to cut Bond to
pieces with his artificial hand,
but the British agent disarms
him with usual aplomb.
STARTS WEDNESDAY,
"Kung Fu, The Invisible Fist"
plus "More Dead than Alive,"
matinee continuous from
2.00, evening 8.30. Parental
discretion is advised.
Western actor Clint Walker
takes the leading role in United
Artists presentation of "More
Dead than Alive" beside
Vincent Price and Anne
Francis.
The action drama opens
with the release of Walker from










A 4
4



BRUCE LEE stars as a secret
agent with John Saxon, Ahna
Capri and Jim Kelly In "Enter
the Dragon," Warner Bros.


I


a territorial Arizona prison in
189) after serving an I 8-year
sentence for manslaughter.
The former professional
gunslinger is the object of a
murder plot by members of an
outlaw band, headed by Mike
Henry.
The new world outside the
prison has changed a lot in 18
years as Walker sees.
Violence, once the prevailing
order of the frontier has given
way to law and order, and with
its passing so has the need for
professional gunslingers.
Lured into an ambush by
the gang. the sharp-shooter is
attacked and left for dead but
he is saved by an itinerant
female artist who paints his
portrait while he recuperates.
This painting leads to an
encounter with a mysterious
stranger. The final
confrontation however still
awaits with its outcome to be
decided by the stranger,


V.


GLORIA HENDRY, ONE
BROWN'S GIRLS IN "!
TER'S BIG RIP-OFF"-I
ican International's "Sla
Big Rip-Off" Jim Brown
his time between sucl
tions as his co-star, Glo
dry, and the gang leader
trying to kill him, also
star, Ed McMahon. Ed i
seen as a nice guy on I
Tonight Show, but in
ter's Big Rip-Off" he tri
both Gloria and Jim.


WHAT I S -ONT^


^^^I^^^^-at th^^e JJ inU masl


n divides
h attrac-
oria Hen-
er who is
his co-
s usually
NBC-TV's
"Slaugh-
es to kill


Two brothers. both crack shots, played by Bud Spencer and Ter-
ence Hill, question a suspicious character at gun-point. "The'
(Call Me Trinity," a Jo-eph E. Levine. Asco Emlbal-Y ilm..

LE TE T0 DIO


From Page 8
people than were the
traditional oppressors of
yesteryear, who would also use
the hacks of the people as
stepping-stones to elitism andi
dictatorship, and whose only
remaining identification with
the masses is the colour o!
their skin.
Man's nature is such that
oppression unchallenged
inevitably means oppression
unleashed. I his, however, neeCd
not he the case, since ultimate
power is essentially in the
hands o()f the people.
Fortunately, unlike '(thei
sociopolitical stenis, as loni
as demlocrac% survives, the
Bahamian people are entitled

PATROL GUNBOAT

VISITING HERE
USS Green Bay (PC lol. a
patrol gunboat, arrived in Nassau
yesterday morning on its second
visit, the first being in July last
year.
The ship is manned by a crest tf
four officers and 25 enlisted
personnel under the comman if Lt.
L.J. Gionet. Jr., of Jacksonville.
I Ila.
The Green Bay is the seventh ot
the Tacoma (1'(C; 42) class vessel to
join the fleet and is the first naval
ship to be named after there its of
Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Designed as a result oft a igro ing
need in the fleet to have ant
intermediate, high speed combatamnt
vessel to perform primarily in the
area of coastal blockade and
surveillance, the patrol gunboat
came into existence. Streamlined
speed is the hallmark of Green Hai
and all systems aboard have been
designed with this in mind.
The hull and the majority of the
ship's internal structures are
constructed entirely of aluminum,
with the superstructure above the
main deck fabricated of fiberglass.
moulded over aluminum supports
This marriage of lightweight
materials results in a displacement
of approximately two-hundred and
fifty tons fully loaded, one third
the weight of a comnparably sized
steel hulled vessel. Some of the
newest and most compact
equipment used for electronics and
ordnance systems and auxiliary
machinery have also contributed to
a substantial savings in overall
weight.
As well as being the largest class
of aluminum ship in the U.S. Navy
and the first to employ extensive
fiberglass construction, the patrol
gunboat also boasts a unique main
propulsion system combined diesel
or gas turbine (Col)og). Essentially,
there are two modes of operation.
each Independent of the other.
As a combatant. Green Hay, is
armed with a single three inch, fiftl
caliber, rapid fire gun mount
forward and a single forts
millimeter rapid fire gun mount aft.
In addition to the main and
secondary armaments. which are
radar controlled and used for
offensive and defensive missions,
two twin fifty caliber machine guns
are mounted one on each side of
the superstructure, to provide
close-in support.
Assigned to the Amphibious
Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet, Green
Bay operates as a unit of Coastal
River Squadron Two.


to tree, peace ull and orderly
expression of their \\ll, whien
and if their toi.ea-cc ,ot the
status qium i s cxli,iust'l.
IL SLORP'IO
Nassau,
Septetnect .24, 1
(In fairness to the Minister
of Labour he did not
encourage employers to dismiss
workers in pursuit of a LEGAL
strike. His statement concerned
workers involved in an ILL. F GAL
strike. Ed.)


NOW SHOWING THRU
TUESDAY, "Trinity is Still
my Name" plus "They Call
Me Trinity." Matinee
continuous from 1.45.
evening 9.00. Plus late feature
Tuesday night.
An exciting western. "They
Call Me Trinity" stars Bud
Spencer and Terence Hill,
Trinity, who team up as
brothers on the screen.
Trinity, who shows a high
propensity to master his gun
finds himself in a Southwestern
town where he finds out that
the new sheriff is his own
brother Bud Spencer.
lie isn't the legitimate
sheriff though. It seems he shot
and thought he killed the real
sheriff who was en route to the
town, and decided to pose as
S, the sheriff and use the place as
a hideout until the rest of his
gang could catch up with him.
The two eventually find
OF JIM themselves involved in settling
ILAUGH- a dispute between a group of
In Amer- Mormon farmers intent on
auehtar's Mormon farmers intent on


HIHOUSE PLASB
-Uoo, 'roF^ ^ -^ f, !.-:' , I 1 1,
-E^^ t-^Ai'l F AT ( !I f 0 : .^ ^ I, H
BAHAMAS HOME PLNNI%'( Y-RVI H
^^^^^^^^^^^^T Ft FPH ^^)fi^^ 3 416P


LARGE RECONDITIONED


REFRIGERATORS

$145.o






















ISLAND FURNITURE
Cor.Christie & Dowdeswell Sts.
BOX 4818 9 PHONE 2-1197/23152


Gifts for the

lady of the house



A BEAUTY SET WITH ALL
SORTS OF ATTACHMENTS
AND A PHILISHAVE RAZOR

ONLY 41


TAYLOR INDUSTRIES LTD.
P.O. BOX N4806 TEL. 28941-5


mpp Have a -

SUPER SUNDAY SESSION
WITH BALMORAL AND PAN AM

12 -3:00 P.M.


Enjoy all you can eat from a
Delicious Bahamian Buffet Lunch
for $6.00 per person, plus gratuities
Children under 12, half price.
See a Travelogue of New Horizons BRAZIL
Compliments of Pan American
beginning at 12:00 Noon.
"THE IGNITERS" STEEL BAND
plays all afternoon!


'2


0 Pan Am|


I so skd IA
II Bobuorol B~ooh Hob4II

k wltvi w to WtO omfWhl Ip'Io W Tod-


Uhn girtibumn


SAVOY THEATRE


t r-! tite 5 1 ING.tRS F DI)EATH" & "WILD BUNCH"i
ST ARTS SUNDAY At 9:10
Se s got to cut it...or cut out.

BiaclGi .. yourgir.

1 0:55
-E OP. \T RA JONES" P.G.
Starring Tamara Dobson


SELF-5ERVICIE RE5TAURA141
4 '-4D 11 'I
.,----S-HIRLEY ST.-i-fAmAu- AMPO PAkKING


l


establishing a settlement in the
town and a gang of outlaws
whose chief wishes to possess
the land for his own purposes.
There is a fight between the
parties after the Mormons are
instructed that their only
means of surviving on the land
would be to fight.
Interestingly enough, two
young Mormon girls fall in love
with Trinity and propose to be
married. He almost marries
them both Mormons but
after finding out what would
be expected, a regimented life
of hard work, he decides to
follow his brother and the gang
on their way to California.
STARTS WEDNESDAY,
"Slaughter's Big Rip-off" plus
"Death of a Gunfighter"
matinee continuous from
2.15, evening 9.00. No one
under 17 admitted.
Brock Peters has the key
role of Captain Reynolds in
American International's
"Slaughter's Big Ripoff."


I
r


0











Saturday, September 29, 1973.


II


C 11482
NOTICE is hereby given that
DEMETRIUS PHILIP HIRRAS
of Colombus Apartments, Bay
Street, Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 22nd day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11473
NOTICE is hereby given that
BERTRAM SIDNEY
GARLAND of Pine Dale,
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 rinot be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 22nd day of
September 1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship. P O Box N7147,
Nassau.


C11472
NOTICE is hereby given that
NORA BEATRICE JONES of
Blue Dale of Bai'lou is applying
to the Minister r- Donsible 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 22nd day of
September 1973 to The
Min ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147. Nassau.

C11469
NOTICE is hereby give that
CURTIS OLIVER TAYLOR of
Davis Street, Oakes Field, P.O.
Box N4283 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 22nd day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

Cl 1471
NOTICE is hereby given that
SAMUEL STUART SPENCE
of Carlton Street, Oakes Field,
c/o P.O. Box N4030 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 tie
22nd day of September 19/3
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P
0. Box N7147. Nassau

C11468
NOTICE !s hereby given that
COLIN WILLIAM EWING of
Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citzenship.
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 22nd day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P
0. Box N7147, Nassau

C11477
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOHN BAPTISTE ALEXIS of
Gladston Road, Nassau is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 22nd day of
September 1973 to The
Min ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C11480
NOTICE is hereby given that
DELTUS PIERRE (ALSO
KNOWN AS JOHN ALFRED)
of 5th Terrace, Centreville,
New Providence 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
22nd day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE


I t


C11475
NOTICE is hereby given that
MARY JOSEPH DIEU JUST
of Shirley St, P.O. Box 1294,
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
22nd day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147. Nassau.


C11478
NOTICE is hereby given that
ALDEUS BAPTISTE of Key
West Street, New Providence is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality an('
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 22nd day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O Box N7147, Nassau.

C 11483
NOTICE is hereby given that
EVA JANE LEONILDA
HAMILTON of Sea Breeze
Estates. P.O. Box N3314,
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 22nd day of
September 1973 to The
Mi n sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C 11466
NOTICE is hereby given that
THEODORE ATIS of
Port-au-Paix, 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 any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
22nd day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible eor
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11281
NOTICE is her eby give- thnt
DO0R IS H A DLL ESS i
HENFIELD of Balfour Avenue
is applying to the Minister
responsible foi Natior'iai,' and
Citizenship, foi r eg 't at' on as
a citizen of The Bahan i1.. .arm
that any pei son .. kno,.s
any reason why I eg,-s'atojt
should not be gianr te,' should
send a wi tten jaic s' inei
statement of tte fact', .v
twenty-eight days fnum the
15th day of September 1973
to The Minister mespornsible 'or
Nationality anid C ten,
P.O. Box N-7147. Naiauj

C 11484-1
NOTICE i h..iebt g.-e, 'hmat
HOWARD C A L V I R T
HAMILTON of Sa PfR-eze
Estates, P.O Box %3314,
Nassau, Bahamas u, appi, ,,g ta
the M.linister iesp onsibh 'or
Nationality and C trze-n. p.
for registration as a i 'a.'n o7 a
The Bahamas, and tha' any
person who Knows an, r'raonr
why registration should not be
granted should send a w.vtten
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty -eight days
from the 22nd das ao
September 1973 to The
M in sister fespurinsble for
Nationality and Citizenship. P.
O. Box N7147 Nassau

C11485
NOTICE is hereby given that
FRANKLIN JOHN
STEVENSON LIGHT-
BOURNE of Blue Hill Estates,
Nassau, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for regstrat i on natural satmon
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
regustration/naturalisat on
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
22nd day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


I


C11479
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOSEF GYR of P.O Box 56,
Rock Sound, Eleuthera is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisat-an
as a citizen of The Bahama?,
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 22nd day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


II


C 11481
NOTICE is hereby given that
AUGUSTE PIERRE of Gaol
Alley, New Providence 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 22nd day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11474
NOTICE is hereby given
thatGELORME DIEU JUST
of Shirley Street, P.O. Box
1294, Nassau is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
22nd day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O Box N7147, Nassau.
C 11749
NOTICE is hereby given that
STANLEY EMMANUEL
HIGGS of Harold Road,
Nassau, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 29th day of
September 1973 to The
M in sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147. Nassau.

Cli /85
NOTICE is hereby given that
DOROTHY LUCILLE
ATWOOID of P.O. Box N4051,
Nassau is applying to the
Mi 1nistel 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
fr om the 29th day of
sieptembei 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C 11/b6
NOTICE is hereby given that
CLIFFORD C. CARTER of
Robinson Road, Nassau, N.P. is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any Ieason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement if the
facts within twenty -er)ht clays
from the 29th d.iy of
September 1973 to The
Minister response table for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11755
NOTICE is hereby given that
EUNICE GUILLERMINA
BALDWIN of Twynam Ave. &
Ivanhoe Rd., N.P. Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsiblee for Nationality ana
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 29th day of
September 1973 to The
M rnister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C 11740
NOTICE is hereby given that
LILLIAN ALICIA RASDEN of
Soldier Road, Nassau is
applying to the Minister
responsible for latronality 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
29th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C11747
NOTICE is hereby given that
ROBERT WILLIAM BROME
of Adderley St., Fox Hill,
Nassau is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality ard 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 29th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau.


SECTION


NOTICE


I1


C 11698
NOTICE is hereby given that
MR GIOVAN NI
GIANCOLA of Westward
Villas, Nassau, N. P. is applying
to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
fro 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 29th day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship. P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11757
NOTICE is hereby given that
ESTHER M. CARTER of
Robinson Road, Nassau, N.P. is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and sinned statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 29th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible foi
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11425
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOSEPH OUTTEN of Market
Street South 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 21st day of
September 1973 to The
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147.

REAL ESTATE

C11577
FOR SALE
CANAL LOTS SEABREEZE
LAKEFRONT LOTS
SEABREEZF. Ideal for
,achrsrman and Water Lovers.
Can sell lots individually ur in a
mfoup SHIRLEY STREET
FAST 2 shops only
$25,000.00. With only
10,000.00 down balance up to
15 years. DIAL DAMIANOS
22033, 22037, 41197.

C11578
REAL t STATI for sJ'i
16U.00 sp. ft. of grounds.
including 2 storey bldgs. with
three apai tments. Pr ice jjst
above $1 sq. ft. including
bldgs. Situoae CF NTERVILLF
COC!'. -ERCIAL PROPERTIES
SUCH AS SMALL HOTELS
WITH ESTABLISH ED
RESTAURANT, BAR AND
ROOMS. RAY STREET
PROPERTIES main centre
best location on South Side of
Street. Income approx. 10%.
D!AL DAMIANOS, 22033,
evenings 41197.

C11495
ONLY $75 DEPOSIT secure,
70 x 100 lot. You get Leirl,
rights, underground utiliti..
private lake. From $5800 .nd
$80 month. No INTEREST
CHARGES compare thl,
with other subdivisions.
Call Pat Rutherford at 4-1141
or Morley & O'Brien at 2-4148
or 2-3027 or come to the
YAMACRAW BEACH MODEL
HOME.

C11507
FOR SALE
2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses iii
the following prestigious
areas:
Westward Villas -*Skyline
Heights
Highland Park -The Grove
Gleninston Gardens Sea
Breeze
Imperial Park Johnsoni
Terrace
Nassau East.- Winton
Eastern Road Camperdown
Blair Estates Golden Gates
Estates
HIGHBURY PARK as well
as where ever you want it.

COMMERCIAL AND
RESIDENTIAL lots or acerage
in New Providence and Family
Islands.


Hotel sites and more. If it's real
estate we have it.
CONTACT
DAVSEON'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY
Corner Bay & East Streets
Phone 21 178 or 55408
P. 0. Box N4648
Nassau, Bahamas
or cable
"DAVCO"


Cl1042

MOVING?

For Expert Packing
Forwarding by Sea or
Contact E.H. Mundy &
(Nassau) Ltd., P.O.
N-1893. Phone: 2-4511.


&
Air,
Co.
Box


CIATA
APPRDVLD CARGO AGENTS


REAL ESTATE


II


C11337
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.
C 11494
FOR SALE
WINTON 3 bedroom 31z
bathroom with large grounds,
patio. cellar, good sea view.
$85,000.
NASSAU EAST 3 bedroom,
212 bathroom with garage on
large corner lot $37,500.
NASSAU EAST 120 x 120
hilltop lot with sloping
approach $10,000. Phone
41466.
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 11739
FOR SALE BY OWNER
4 bedroom 2 bath house -
completely walled in and
landscaped. 2 bedrooms
airconditioned. In beautiful
condition. Located in exclusive
"Shirley Park Avenue". Close
to town and all shopping.
Telephone 2-1722 (day)
3-4953 (night).


C1169C
HIGHBURY PARK
3 bedroom 2 bath, study, open
plan air-conditioning walled
in double lot bearing fruit
trees- rain water tank, well -
/,sking $45,000. Phone
3-2271.
C11703
FOR PROMPT attention and
good service whether you wish
to buy a home, sell or list call
Mrs. Evans at Bill's Real Estate
23921.
We can offer houses in all
price ranges and in all sections
of New Providence at
competitive prices.
C11041
HARBOUR ISLAND desirable-
elevated lot adjoining
Residency ground 82' x 123' x
93' x 141'. Phone 31252
before 8 p.m.
C11728
FOR SALE
UNDEVELOPED LOT of land
50 ft. on Pine Barren Road
running southerly
approximately 700 ft.
adjoining property said to be
the property of one Brice,
south of the Drive In Theatre
Apply in person 10 a.m. 5
p.m. Cr. Tyler and Cecilia
Streets. Ask for Mrs. Higgins.

I FOR RENT

C11541
Bay Street Store fto: Rent as of
October 1st. For information
call 2-3170.
C11488
2 bedroom apartment,
Centreville. Telephone 5-8679.
C11392
BACHELOR ROOM with
private entrance in Teddar
Close, Palmdale. For
information call 5-1044.
C11050
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or monthly
airconditioned, fully furnished
maid service available. Lovely
gardens & swimming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.
C 11489
3 BEDROOM 1 bath cottage,
fully furnished off Village
Road in Tuckawav. Rent $350
a month. Call MORLEY &
O'BRIEN REAL ESTATE
Telephone 2-3027 or 2-4148.
C11567
FOR RENT one two bedroom
house, nice fenced in yard
furnished, Pairidale area.
Available mid October. Rent
$275.00. Phone 42080
evenings.
C11668
COMPACT TWO Bedroom
furnished apartment, South
Beach. $165.00 including
water and gas. Phone 5-6664
after 5:30 p.m.


C113b2
ONE EXTRA LARGE twoc
bedroom two bath, apartment.
With large living and dining alE
basically furnished -- Victoria
Court APARTMENTS orn
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.

WOLSEY HALL
THE OXFORD CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
'haiexcr ihe quaiiicanion )ou %anl -
G(. CE 0' and 'A leeli. a London
L niuer.il Degree. Professional E%-
lamiaionsorn Bii',incss Studies Wolsec
Hallfounded inm1 I4gi\escou
A guarantee of tuiion until \ou pass
iourem\aminiionnil no \lracost
An outstanding record of success For
example '1",, of 'ols Hall students
llring for B A honours degrees have
prsa'danthelastl? 7ears
Oer 75 %ears ofewperience resulting in
ihe mnsi effict-eni modern methods of
pio.lal teaching b, airmail if required.
Personal P uion to meet >our precise
icquirement,
Low fee pr abe \i mstalments.
i f ou .an, lo nou ho to
Sprcpare t0 successful future
Srite for a Free prospectus io:
Dept. .El


I I CARS FOR SALE


C11136
ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY
1970 LTD.
P.O. Box N-640
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
USED CARS
1C69 CHRYSLER
4 Door Auto White $
1969 PONTIAC GTO
A/C Vinyl, Green $2
1968 JAVELIN A/C $1


I ii


FOR RENT


C11675
1 Bedroom apartment on
beach, near golf course. F mne
7-7137.

C11685
FURNISHED 2 Bedroom, one
bath apt. near waterfront with
telephone $195.00. Phone
5-8512.
C11707
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment, good location off
Mackey Street. Telephone
5-1758.

Cl11364
4 bedroom furnished,
air-conditioned house,
Stevenson's Division. $500
monthly, yearly lease. Phone
5-1147 evenings.


C11682
3 Bedroom 1 bath apartment -
Pinedale. $175 per month.
Phone 2-3032 (office) 5-7948
(after five).

I PUBLIC AUCTION
C11292
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
five doors from Shirley Street
on the right hand side in the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence on Friday
the Fifth day of October, A.D.
1973 at 12:00 o'clock noon
the following property:-
ALL that Condominium
Unit namely Unit Number
Two (2) Building "A" being
a part of Waterfront
T o w n h o u se s 1
Condominium situate at
Great Harbour Cay in the
Berry Islands which said
Condominium Unit is that
described in an Indenture of
Conveyance dated 17th day
of March, A.D. 1971 and
made between Residential
Resort Developments
Limited of the one part and
Simone Jayson of the other
part and now of record in
the Registry of Records in
the city of Nassau in
Volume 1834 at pages 592
to 609 and entitles the
Borrower to n undivided
share in the common
property appurtenant to
Condominium Unit Number
Two (2) subject to certain
terms conditions restrictive
covenants and stipulations
mentioned and referred to in
the said Indenture of
Conveyance dated the 17th
day of March, A.D. 1971
and the Declaration of
Condominium dated the
16th day of February, A.D.
1971 and recorded in the
said Registry of Records in
Volume 1714 at pages 1 to
30 inclusive.
The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated Seventeenth
March, A.D. 1971 between
Simone Jayson and Residential
Resort Developments Limited
and recorded in the said
Registry of Records in Volume
1835 at pages 1 to 19 which
said Mortgage by divers main
assignments is now held by
Layne Dredging Co.

The sale is subject to a reserve
price and the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price. Terms 10% of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on
completion.

Dated this 14th day of
September, A.D. 1973.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer
Sept. 15, 22, 29th

CARS FOR SALE
C11462
1969 Volkswagen Passenger
Bus. Very clean interior, runs
like new $1675.00. Phone
5-5656.

C11512
1972 VOLKSWAGEN
squareback, excellent
condition, 17,000 miles, $1750
or best offer. 113 Mendoza
Ave., Coral Gables, Florida,
33134. Tel. 305-2378.

C11580
1973 TOYOTA Corona Mark
II, air-conditioned, automatic
transmission. $4,400.
Telephone 2-2508, after 5 p.m.
3-2198.
C11641
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA -
automatic blue good
condition. Price $1,750.00 -
Call Brown office: 28661 Res.
52056.


C11515
1970 TRIUMPH Spitfirc
$1400. Phone 3-1206 after 5
p.m.
C11632

RENT A CAMPER

$20 A DY
IL AT R.AT[E-MILL INC'LUDI)ID

NEW'73G AMPC0O
ACC'OMMOI) \TI-S 2 adults. 3
children
For sale advance reservations
call Mr. Capote, 822-0991
MOTOR HOMES FOR RENT TOO
Latour Recreational Vehicles
1165 W. 49 St., Hileah. Fla.
Iualm Springs Mile


,Il R IIl


$950

2500
200


1973 VICTOR S/W FE
Auto, Blue 856 miles $4400
,967 VIVA 2 !Fr.
Auto Green $750
1970 RAMBLER SST
4 Dr. Auto. Blue $2100
1967 TRIUMPH HERALD
White $900
1971 MERCURY COUGAR
Auto. Brown $3500
1970 PONTIAC LeMANS
S/Wagon $2600
1971 FORD CAPRI
Auto. Blue $1950
1969 FORD GALAXIES
4 Dr. A/C $1850
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA
2 Dr. A/C Green $5900
'970 HILLMviAN INX
4 Dr. Auto White $950


1969 VAUXHALi_
VICTOR
1967 CHEVROLET
IMPALA


$600

$450


Trade-ins Welcomed.
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7-8


MARINE SUPPLIES
C11736
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
CHRIS .CRAFT
CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS
AVON INFLATABLES;
23 Foot Cobia in fibreglass.
Twin in/outboard 160 H.P.
Mercruisers just overhauled.
New fuel tank and boat just
hauled and painted. A very
strong and clean boat.
$4900.00
17 Foot fibreglass Runabout
with a 100 H.P. Mercury
outboard. Boat is complete
with trailer $1400.00
20 Foot Bertram with 200 H.P.
in/outboard Mercruiser. Asking
$5000.00
AT THE DIVE SHOP
A Dozen different diver's
knives for the beginner and
professional. All top quality
stainless steel.
See our wide selection of
underwater lights, torches and
lamps and the super power
rechargeable light.
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
ONLY
i-ULLY GUARANILtLU,
galvanized tanks with reserve
valves $90.00. Supply
limited. All at Nassau's most
co mplete dive shop.
P.O. Box N1658
Telephone 2-4869

YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS- CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS


AVON INFLATABLES
C11044
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.

C11669
LUXURY LIVING. 2 Storey
Houseboat, 2 bedrooms, 2
baths, excellently furnished.
Asking $15,000.00.
ENTERPRISE SAILBOAT
complete with sails. $275.00.
Call 5-6664 after 5:30 p.m.

C11658
Inflatable 10 1/1 ft. C-Craft,
immaculate 4 1/2 H. P. Mercury,
tank etc. Offers around $480.
Telephone 23095 9-12 a.m.
weekdays.

C11643
17 ft. RUNABOUT, 50 h.p.
Mercury $700; 17 ft. Glastron.
110 h.p. Mercury, loaded with
accessories $1950.00. Phone
2-8989 or 5-7905.

C11043

TRAVELLING?

For efficient friendly advice
on Worldwide Destinations
by Airline or Steamships.
Contact MUNDYTOURS at
24512.

V IATA G

APPROVED PASSENGER AGENTS


FOR SALE


C11732
10FT. FIBREGLASS Skiff.
14FT. FIBREGLASS Skiff.
Vacuum Cleaner, Air
Conditioner, Some baby
furniture. Phone 4-2007.

C11693
MOVIE-CAME RA. hair-dryer,
toaster.
BABY'S Crib, high-chair,
Car-Seat, clothing (as new).
Phone 32082.

FUNERAL SERVICES

C 11802
F- ,w'


FUNERAL SERVICES tor
Delores Patricia Greenslade,
age 35 of Wellington Street will
be held on Sunday September
30th 1973 at 3 p.m. at Our
Lady's church, Deveaux Street,
services will be conducted by
Father Patrick Holmes and
interments will follow in the
Western Cermetery.
Survivors include her parents
Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Greenslade, 4
sisters, Gladys, Yvonne,
Mammie and Julie; 5 brothers
Oswald, Teddy, Bazil, Kendal
and Paul; 5 daughters, and one
son, 1 aunt Mrs. Beatrice
Deveaux of Hospital Lane.
Friends may pay their last
respects at Sweeting's Colonial
Mortuary, Blue Hill Road until
funeral time.

I IN MEMORIAL
C11609


"Fresh and lasting ... in
remembrance" of my dear
sister BRENDA HELENA
ROLLE who went to rest Sept.
30th, 1967.
"I'd like to think when life is done

C11760


IN LOVING memory of my
dear aunt, Miss Mena Eva
Campbell who departed this
life September 28th 1973.
Her work on earth is done
The life crown has been won
And we hope to see her
some glad day.
Sadly missed by her niece Miss
Agatha Williams and other
relatives.
"I'd like to think when life is
done
That I had filled a needed
post,
That here and there I'd paid
my fare
With more than idle talk and
boast;
That I had taken gifts divine,
The breath of life and
manhood fine
And tried to use them now and
then
In service for my fellow men."
Sadly missed by Mother,
Children, Brothers and family
WINSTON C. ROLLE
(BROTHER)

ANNOUNCEMENTS

C11629
WILL MR. LLOYD BLAKE
WILDMAN, formerly of
Pyfrom's Addition, Nassau
contact Mr. A. L. Thompson,
Manager, British American Ins.
Co. of The Bahamas Ltd.
immediately by telephone
21801-2.


CLASSIFIED


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


C11566


ISLAND TV SERVICE

"FO SI You CAN NELLYI
Dowdeswell Street

Channel Master Televisions Antennas Boosters
Sales and Services
Phone 22618 P.O 0. Box N-327, Nassau.


m


11


I


Zhr ribun e


I95























a di


get the job done


Come by Classified Counter at The Tribune or call 2-1986 Ext.5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m


C11705




Jps









IN FOND and cherished
memory of our dear daughter
and sister, Hinds, Doreen
Yvonne, on this her 6th
anniversary in heaven.
The shock was sudden the
blow severe
To part with one we loved so
dear
Time takes away the edge of
qrief,
But memory turns back
every leaf.
Whatever else we fail to do
We will never fail to think of
you.
Sadly missed by:- Mother,
Father, three sisters, Brother
and a host of relatives and
friends.

LOST
C 11680
FAMILY PET
BLACK LABRADOR in area
of Westward Villas, Prospect
Ridge. Answers to name of
"Solo". Reward offered.
Telephone 2-2504 or 2-8817.

C 11592
In the vicinity of Victoria Ave.,
a small brown, male Chihuahua
Dog. Finder please return to:
L. A. Mather, The Park Store,
Parliament Street. A $500
reward is offered.
C11533
DRIVER'S LICENCE holdcie
with the name Leonard B.
Kemp containing a few address
cards and a small address hook.
Finder please call Kemp's Auto
Work 2-2693.
C 11746
MISSING 27th September
1973 1 Gents Chopper --
orange bike Serial number
1283032.
And 1 ladies white Western
Flyer Serial number
MO0275527202474.
Frbm Hutchinson Street,
Pyfrom's Addition.
Firqder please contact Mrs.
Olive Kemp.
Reward offered. Phone 55818.


610ENTERTAINM
C11610


A RECITAL
BY
WILLIAM RAHMING
(BARITONE)
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH
AT ST. MARY'S HALL
ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE
AT 9 p.m.
under the patronage of
MRS. DEANNIE JOHNSON
JOYCE CARLE-HAY
(ACCOMPANIST)

ANOCEMENTS
C 11354
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
Read. Eardley Moss
Secretary
C11710
THE AUCTION that was
advertised to take place at the
Southern Police Station for
BICYCLES, MOTOR
SCOOTERS AND OTHER
FOUND PROPERTY has been
postponed and will be held on
Thursday October 4th 1973.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer
C11702
HAVING A BIRTHDAY
PARTY. Friends into dinner?
Or would you yourself like to
enjoy some delicious
homemade breads, cakes and
pastries. Call 31340 and place
your order now for
mouthwatering four layer
chocolate cakes, apple
coconut, pumpkin, and raisin,
pies and delicious white and
brown home-made bread,.


C11672
Arawak Hockey Club's
pre-season meeting will be held
at 8 p.m. at the Poop Deck,
East Bay Street. Wednesday
October 3rd Men and Women
Internationals and beginners
are all welcome. Come along
and join us, or phone Bob
Green 21484 (day) or Bernard
Godwin 41281 (evening).

S SCHOOLS
C11124
ENROLL now at the Nassau
Academy of Business in the
following classes:
Typing with spelling
Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Mathematics
Filing
French
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).
C11146
NORTH MIAMI BEAUTY
SCHOOL, Inc. has trained
successful hair stylists all over
the world. Learn the latest in
modern hair cutting,
permanent waving, styling and
a special programme in hair
colouring. You are choosing
one of the most glamorous and
financially rewarding careers
that there is.
NORTH MIAMI BEAUTY
SCHOOL, INC. 815 N.E.
125th Street, Miami, Florida.
Dedicated to make better
hairdressers for a better
profession. School Director:
Mr. Thomas. Call 53471 for
further information.

HELP WANTED
C11634
MECHANICS, ELECTRICIAN
and Welders with Bahamian
status required. Please call
Monday thru Friday between 9
a.m. and 11 a.m. 3-6211.
C11738
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LIMITED requires
automotive mechanic with own
tools, experience with a garage
or fleet owner preferred.
Previous experience with GM
Vehicles and/or diesel engine
an asset but not essential.
Contact M. J. Smith, Service
Manager.


C11596
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
TRUST COMPANY
(BAHAMAS) LIMITED P. 0.
Box N-1576, Thompson Blvd.,
Oakes Field, Nassau, Bahamas.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
The Trust Company requires
two Chartered Accountants for
an accounting project to last
approximately six months.
Applicants should have a wide
experience of incomplete
records. A knowledge of trust
and trust accounts would be
advantageous. Apply to Mrs. E.
Lightbourne, Personnel Dept.,
2-4240/9.

C11573
EXPERIENCED CLASSICAL
GUITARIST AND VOCALIST
required to perform in
Italian-styled gourmet
restaurant pro viding
entertainment for patrons from
7 p.m. to la.m. 6 days a week.
Salary commensurate with
experience. Applications,
accompanied by resume should
be forward to:
Director of Training &
Industrial Relations
Paradise Island Limited
P. O. Box N4777
Nassau, Bahamas.

C11646
RECORDING ENGINEER/
Record Producer able to
maintain and calibrate
professional 4 track and 2
track recorders. Previous
experience absolutely essential.
Replies stating age, experience
and qualifications to P. 0. Box
N1390

C11683
WANTED URGENTLY one
animal trainer with at least 5
years experience. Apply
Manager, Seafloor Aquarium.
Phone 3-6896.

C11679
WANTED immediately.
Young woman with previous
experience as a cashier. Some
typing and bookkeeping
experience also necessary.
Reply in own handwriting to
Adv. C 11679, c/o The Tribune,
P. 0. Box N3207, Nassau
giving resume of personal
details and previous experience
and quoting references which
are essential. Salary in the
range $80.00 to $$110.00 per
week depending on age and
previous experience.


C11681
DELIVERY DRIVER wanted.
Apply Kelly's Bakery, East Bay
Street. References required.
C11697
EXPERIENCED MAID -
ability to care for small child
essential Phone 3-2271.
E BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES-
C11742
THE LYFORD CAY CLUB is
offering the lease of its
Captain's Club, near the
marina, to a capable Bahamian
couple with experience in
running a restaurant/bar. Very
advantageous conditions. For
further information contact
the General Manager at P.O.
Box N7776 or telephone
74271.

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

TRADE SERVICES
C11385
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels.
Sales and services
Call 5-9404 WORLD OF MUSIC
MACKEY STREET
next to Frank's Place.


I NOTICE
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.

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

HELP WANTED
C6297
LIVE-IN MAID, mature, take
care of complete household
duties as well as care for
children. Call Freeport
373-5331 or 352-6869.

C6302
Experienced MANAGER
required for watch and
jewellery departments. Call
Freeport 352-7515 for
interview.
C6306
ACCOUNTANT/OFFICE
MANAGER for general
mechanical and engineering
company. Must be capable of
executing complete accounting
system to trial balance, manage
office business including
payroll, Customs clearance and
inventory control, prepare job
estimates and assume
responsibility for general
engineering machine shop
operation. Bahamian Nationals
anly need apply.
Nrite: Grand Bahama
Engineering, Ltd., P.O. Box
.-2, Freeport, Grand Bahama,
telephone 352-6239.


I I1


C11033
Piader's Custom)


Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P. 0. 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.
C11708
BAHAMAS ANTENNA
SYSTEMS
SOLVING POOR RECEPTION
Same day service for moving
Antennas or new installations.
Call Douglas Lowe 21371 -
51772.
C11151
SEWING MACHINE
REPAIRS AND PARTS
ISLAND FURNITURE
Corner Christie &
Dowdeswell Street
Phone 21197,
P. 0. Box 4818, Nassau


HELP WANTED
C6289
Experienced BAR MAID.
Good experience of mixing
drinks and pleasing
countenance. Bahamian only.
For information call: Freeport
373-5757.

C6303
Modern Beauty Fashions
require BEAUTICIAN with 3
years minimum experience,
certificate and references.
Apply Box F620 or in person.

C6298
CATALYTIC WEST INDIES,
LTD., P. 0. Box F-2544,
Freeport, has job opportunities
for Bahamians in the Industrial
Maintenance Field, Freeport,
for the following positions:
Catalytic West Indies, Ltd. has
an opening available in their
Industrial Maintenance
organization in Freeport for an
AREA SUPERINTENDENT.
Applicant must have
approximately 10 years
experience in Maintenance
Project supervision and a
thorough knowledge of
refinery processes, products,
operations and hazards.
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC
(ELECTRICAL) -- must have a
minimum of 5 ye4rs experience
in refinery or associated,
industrial plants. Experience in
trouble-shooting and familiar
with all phases of electrical
maintenance pertaining to
refinery operations.
Qualified applicants should
reply to: Deputy Chief
Industrial Officer, Ministry of
Labour Freeport.

C6296
WELDERS and PIPEFITTERS
required, must have 5 years
experience and be able to work
with little supervision.
Apply to: Apex Industries,
Telephone 352-6869, Freeport.


Saturday, September 29, 1973.


IN MEMORIAL


I I


ANNOUNCEMENTS


II


HELP WANTED


- Y T Ya


I I TRADE SERVICES


44
I.

ii :


ml


STO PUT our iIONeV
ET t E6ACU WEK 1O
M MEET ThCE 6ILL


CWE 'LGL 4TART
OFF WIT. ONE
FOR ME RATEG6


GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED

IN FREEPIT TEL. 352-1H


Brother Juniper


' I


M


MoNme


,"'" J


TA C SS Qg:-

2Z.an,


Il !


I


ihe ribhune


I 7
I










~br ~ribntw Saturday, September 29, 1973.


m GOOSES ARE
_.' L UJC IN AF.!CA-
0 T. IECRANEAM
COUNTRIES,
UTHEAST ASIA,
11 *\-\f INDONESIA


U'


I



*11


The Tribune Comlcs Page


ame
C-saIFO
C') '9, 43,,


R EV' VCOU J)i_ Mo/' )
SOUP SALA," A)
PEAS
V (As) !


w


M


M


m


Saturday, September 29, 1973.


lhPr Tribuit











Saturday, September 29, 1973.


Whr frilbim


c~ ~\soN


ERE GO60NNA a 5V0 Tof T M. WILSON ...50 YOU'LL
A^VBA FIN D SWETr N' 1T U nZip/ 6YY1A c/*
Brother Juniper


"Call me an 'ecological nut' again and I'll turn you into
a kitchen canary."


CROSSWORD
PUZZLF
ACROSS
1 Auditor 30 C21 c'p,'ss point
4 Triton 31 Bamb:
7. Rabbt ; 3t 2 G'e k letter
11 Melociy 34 Our homeland
12. Green'.ward .6 Nobleman
13 N imousu 4 Photogralhic
14. Spare time agent
16. Burden 43 Chapel
17 I ,.,n, 44. Flemish
19. Unit of painter
reluctance 45 Soft food
20. Furlough 46. Chart
23. Pledge 47. Club fees
26. Abstract being 48. Furtive
28. High hill 49 Expert


O A A A SD E NT agN
OLE9 EMuU OC
ABSODE omZ ENO
BODTOXIN HO




AMATI agoD
IN 5 A mr
monm E PERI


SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE
4. Escape
DOWN 5. Canes
6. Liang
1. Dogie 7. Gleamed
2. Wharf 8. Vocal
3. Solo composition
7 o 9. Eskimo knife
10. Weather
o satellite
15. Irrational
16 number
-18. Certain trains
21. Promise
o -22- 22. Sea bird
23. Bankroll
S7 24. Bravo
25. Setback
I3 27. Indifferent
30. Capuchin
monkey
5-L -31. Truth
38 39 4o 33. Jogs
35. Lathered
37. Payola
46 38. Gambol
39. Sandarac tree
'9w 40. Printing error
41. Coal scuttle
tures io-1i 42. One addressed


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN


(9775)
"BRING your pieces Into play,
advance P-KKL4-5, and mate
along the KR flMe" is one
master's simple formula for deal,-
ing with many variations of the
Sicilian Defence. White has
followed the formula in this
tion from Enklaar v. Kupper
in an international team match.
but he still needs a fInishing
punch. Can you fiad it?
Par times: 10 seconds, chees
master; 30 seconds, chess
expert; two minutes, county
played ; four minutes, ofAub
strenuAi; sinx minutes. average;
15 minutes, novice.

SOLUTION 9775

Chess Solution
1 R-Q4, Q-K1 (if 1 . .
Q-R4; 2 B--Q2 wins the queen,
while / 1 ... Q-92; 2 Q x P ch);
2 QxP ch/ KxQ; 3 R-R4 ch,
K-Ktl; 4 R(B3)-R3 and Black
resigned. If 4 . P-B3;
5 R-R8 ch or 5 P-Kt6 force's
mate.



77 manOWy
re word8 of
0 T four letters
or more can
you make
from the
A I letters shown
here? In
S word, each
C letter may
be used once
onl y. Each
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In the
list. No plurals; no foreign words:
no proper names. TODAY'S
TARGET: 22 words, good:
29 words, very good : 36 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :
Aerate alate alert altar alter
aureate eater elate late
LAUREATE leat leet lute ratal
rate relate tale tare teal tear
tree true ultra.


Rupert on Chariot Island-6


" Hullo, Simon I thought you'd bring a
spade and pail, not your fiddle," says Rupert.
"You can't do much with that at the seaside."
" Oh yes, I can," replies the lad. I shall
spend a lot of time practising my tunes, you
see." "But why don't you carry it in that
case? asks Rupert. "I can't, I've packed


my spare clcthes in it," Simon tells him.
Soon the little party is aboard the train and
as it moves out of the station Simon picks up
his fiddle and bow. Would you like me to
play some tunes ?" he says. That will be
nice," beams Mrs. Bear. It will help pass
the time." ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Winning

Bridge
ly VICTOR MOLLO
QUIZ :
Dealer East: Both Vul.
North
A54
10783
AQ7
K K62
South
J 103
YAKQJ984
5
A7
West North East South
-- 14 49
Pass 6v
West leads (a) 0 10; (b) 8.
How should South play each
time ?
ANALYSIS : To Justify his
opening bid East must surely
have the *KQ and the 0 K. So
in (a) declarer goes up with the
0A, ruffs a diamond, crosses to
the V 10 and ruffs another. If
necessary, he draws another
round of trumps and continues
with the 4A, 4.K and a club
ruff. Going to dummy with a
trump, he leads a spade.
West East
62 4KQ987
S5 V 2
S109432 Q KJ86
98543 Q J 1
East wins, but must lead a
spade away from his second
honour or concede a ruff and
discard.
In (b), declarer goes up with
the # A, draws trumps and ruffs
out the clubs. He is left with :
SJ 10 05 and dummy with:
45 0 AQ. Unless East has dis-
carded a spade honour, his 0 K
must be bare. If he has parted
a spade honour, he is thrown in
with the other and forced to lead
a diamond.


*


PI





No 7.2441 by TIM MeKAV
Acrosb
I. Cuonuel are (anag.. .is
.. Mouth Am.rlliluc rltl (3)
8. Sponge. (1)
III. Epremslons of regret (i)
II Negallve. (3)
13. Rug. (3)
14. Din. (9)
16 I'll) (III
I!9 Ship'*, anIonll (4-4)
"Il. Fencing aeapoui. (4)
;2 (OmlllUhlithir (4>
it I.etNure. (41
' Agille (4)
IlownI
I. Chlelf ran (anat.) (9)
Potatoes turnips, and soon.
(4-5)
3i Miolrnlm irslniirni 151
t l'repare rfor ouhlication 1)
Elderly. 14)
I On Oige. (.1)
8. Enler race. (8)
I Krasiern rioler. (3)
1 I. 1 u I






f ie ld II r
(a) ri lr4

r


5f4e omic /Page


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: A beautiful day
and evening to express affection for those of
whom you are fond and sincere appreciation for those towards
whom you feel close or want to know better. Good for
romance, entertainment, social and general prosperity and
popularity. Be happy.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Show particular devotion to
the one who means so much to you and get back into his or
her good graces. Be more direct with others.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Showing an associate you
want to cooperate more in the future increases prosperity and
understanding. Attend that meeting that will help you have
more success.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Improve the appearance of
your home and take the treatments necessary to become a
more dynamic person. Dress well socially and make an
excellent impression.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Be with congenials
at the pleasures that most appeal to you. Important to show
mate devotion. Make sure you do not overspend, though.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Thoughtless actions could
certainly spoil the harmony at home, so be considerate at this
tense time. Entertain at home. Don't be stingy.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Take time to call others or
visit with them to show your devotion and appreciation for
past favors. Relax with favorite sport that tones up the system.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Make surroundings more
attractive and comfortable and increase harmony at home.
Some entertaining tonight can be pleasurable. Invite relatives
in.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Use that charm today for
making new contacts, pleasing old ones. Be somewhat
discriminating in the choice of friends. Don't overdress. Show
good taste.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Morning is good to get
data you need. Later, go out for pleasure Show you are
observant and alert. Keep out of the way of trouble of all
kinds.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Gain cooperation of a
most devoted pal to realize some cherished aim more quickly.
Attend group meetings to contact good friends. Lend a helping
hand.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Gad about town and show
you are a humanitarian and good mixer. Meet fine new
personalities. Any public activity you get into can improve
your image greatly.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Step out and meet the people
who can help make your life more interesting and prosperous
in the future and get out of that rut. A new contact gives
excellent information.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those young people with much affection in the nature
capable of deep thoughts, who literally goes out of the way to
help others and grows on them, making for fine friendships
and partnerships. Becomes a valuable adjunct to the
community. Much love of investigation here, so slant the
education along such lines. Give early training in spiritual
matters.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


I APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


/ELL. REAPY FOR ANOTHER
PAY OF PLOTTING TO SHAKE
THE NATIVES F(RCw THEIR, /
TACITUR1 CALM? -


SAVE (O"N- O'E
OTS HATS NiJEVER
miTC-r^ I-ERE'; \_- '




K3<.,,' V7


YOU START IT, EARL. IT'S N
50 BEAUTIFUL 1 THOUGHT I'P
WALK TO TOWN ... IT'S ONLY
A COUPLE OF MILES...


-IF YOU KEEP WATCH JG
SOUR HAT IT'LL TAKE
o -^__ ,, You, MIND
i FOOD
^ *OPMh4

I ^Ot 'f-N

Ij g^k>


I


M


REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS

,REX, M GOING LLET THE POLICE I'M NOTSURE / I YOU TALK TO THE LIEUTENANT/
TO DROP YOU(OFF/l HANDLE IT/ WHERE MET HIM AT A I HAVE AN UNEASY FEELING
LIEUTENANT GIBSON I'VE GOT TO TRY WILL YOU START BAR ONCE / I'LL THAT GORPY MIGHT
SAID HE'D MEET US TO FIND GORDY/ LOOKING FOR HIM? LOOK THERE FIRST/ HARM "OAN! KEEP IN TOUCH
BRICE WITH UAND
BE CAREFUL
e


z ,I


r-













14 Ih rp irtitbun


Saturday, September 29, 1973.


Elisha Obed decisions Jamaican champ




and now ready to take on rated boxers

By GLADSTONE THURSTON
BAHAMAS' 21-YEAR-OLD UNDEFEATED WELTERWEIGHT KING Elisha Obed came of age fistically last night and! took
his first big step on the road to international recognition. For ten solid rounds he pounded Jamaica's welterweight champ Bunny Grant
and took an undisputed unanimous decision while proving to the world that he is ready for rated fighters.


(;rant, a former British
('Common wealth lightweight
champ and now rated five in
the welterweight division was
at a loss against Ohed and for a
birthday present got a half inch
cut on his upper lip. (;rant is
33 years old today.
"()bed can handle rated
fighters now and that fight
proved it to me." pondered
veteran trainer Moe Fleischer.
"(tant has been in with the
hest and lie never got a licking
like he got tonight."
While considering a
ihlialilenge from Canadian
w elterweight champ Clyde
ira.,( O)bed is scheduled to
ll ect Puerto Ri can
welterweight Jose Melendez on
October 1 9, Fleischer
announcedd last night.
OPI 1M 1) CUIT
Obed. who until last night
was rated eighth in the British
Commonwealth welterweight
division, mastered the left jab
and shooting it in piston-like
action completely offset the
Set eran Jamiaican. A
tontinuous flow of these lefts
to ("rant's mouth resulted ini
A cuL in the fourth round, 1 his
\was evcntuall' oIpened as Obed
/eried in on target.
"A.\ter I got ll'my mouth cut I
ilst too k it c ,as," contended
(;rant after the tight. However.
in a return match "we would
like to meet himi in Jamaica
i n\ tinie alter this."
In the final analysis referee
Ro\ ArmI iisteric scored the
fight -1-1I itn Obed, iudge I .d
Il)elcveaI \ ss it in the samele
manner ain the second judge
\1 Bltlei scored it 7-1-2 for
Ohed ( Irant accepted the


.ithl lott whih hlie followed
though with straight rights
,and uppercuts ,Obed showing
Ins youth, strength and boxing
savvisA attained trom 32
undefeated victories also
showed rant that hlie had
solmtthing to contend with.
(;rant, wh(o proved toi be the
stronger in tlie earlier rounllds,
used ,i rushing and ipunchlling
tec ihnilu often InIlCmes driving
(O)tl' into) the lopes buit w.ith
no citect onll tlie \idung cha ilp.
(ranit concentrated '0osit (it his
shots around the indiiseclion.
iand when lie landed thli\ we LI
aell placed.
IIHA) IhIM (; R( .(, t
O(bed I lproNhi1) turned
th l t I hl t in Illt s t \ i Iou I i l thli
tointh round \h cn i l ith .1


I ON DON (AP) Results in the
British soc c iotigues Saturday:
I ENGLISH LEAGUE
I Division One
Birmingham 0 Ipswvich 3
Burnley 3 Manchester City 0
Chelsea 2 Wolverhampton 2
I sertin I \rsenal 0
L.ci-c.str'O 'Coventry 2
Manshester United 0 Liverpool 0
Nv\x Lastle 2 Queens Park rangers 3
Nr,,i li I0 Leeds I
.S lol i-nhim I Derby 0
Skt.k 2 \\est 1lam 0
IDivision Two
13Unton I Nottingham 'Forest 0
(Cardiff I Hull 3.
1 uton 3 llaikpool 0
M1iddlie'brough 2 Bristol City 0
Milvill I (Carlisle 2
Notl ( ,lint I 2 Aston Villa 0
Orient I) Ss\indon 0
Oxfolrd 0 Fulhain 0
Pres.t i 2 Port,,smouth I
Shilitihl Wednesdayy 4 Crystal Palace
\\, lt I rnm ich I Sunderland I
Division I three
liri ilhtn (0 \ itafford I
Brist)l Rmt\ers I C.amhridge 0
( hIlistcrficl 2 Port V.ale I
11rs lord 2 Wrexhaml 0
lliu drli.ihil |I limurnemouth I
lhamiii I i' iinih 0
S.1hr,\\N|Ur\ I (GrIIIshy 0
Stuthclin I iRlcihdale 2
SatlIhpnrl I Chirllton 2
\ ,tlsjll 2 Blackiburn 0(
' ork 3 \Ilershot 0
Di\imsin I our
iradlir 0 ('ri\\ 1e I
HcnsittrdI 5 B.irnsle\ I
C(hcster 2 I iinioln 3
S.illiin i:iim 5 I 0 ni.iaster I
.aitfiisidl I lDairliigton 0
Pc Jini I lPetcrhoriiughi I
inthierimii I liar\ 0
V, sr.iiston I Nortllitaliptin 0
( -'I I I SI I.' II .3 1 1
I \isisi) a I)le
(I I \t ibr Ie .i
liii) n.Irt,un 2 I'artick I whistle 0
li 1Jn cr I isl I t l\ I
uiionlrtn lim 4 1 .1 kirk 0
I lih rni.ii 4 \\ r 2
Morinm I \rhr.,ath I
Mi)tliiFr\ li 4 D Idls -c linited 0
klaincrs, (i lt.irts 1
St l.I inst inC 2 ('c ltit I


ON THE BUTTON: Welterweight champ Elisha Obed
shoots another one of his many left jabs into the blistered
mouth of Jamaica's champ Bunny Grant during last night's
ten rounder. Obed won via a unanimous decision.
PHOTO: Rickey Wells


stinging right to Grant's jaw he
wobbled his feet. The sell-out
fans that crammed the Nassau
Stadium jumped to their feet
in expectation of a possible
knock down. Obed followed
through with a left right
combination and blood
trickled from (Grant's mouth.
(;rant took his punishment
like a true champion.
Revived for the fifth, Grant
changed into) the youthful
pugilist wvho, although he took
a few to tihe midsection
worked himseltCf out of any
dlnger and stayed clear of
I antl's counter punches.
(irant's handler, Charles
Malmins, neatly stopped the
bleeding wound following each
round but Obed's constant left
lahs would always give himl
more work to d(o.
The tenth round found
Grant wi th Ilsl guard at his side
and Ills upper body opened to
(Obed 's attack. This might have
been just another trick in
the veteran's book and Obed
played it safe scoring with jabs
as the tinal hb ll rang.
"I hat gu\ (;rant at some
time Ill ist huve been stome
fighter and thlie ama/ing thing is
that Obed handled ihii" said
an elated M\ike )tundei Mike,


Exciting things are


happening at the Fabulous


Trade Winds Bar & Lounge


Paradise Island


FINAL NIGHT


the deacon
SHOWTIMES NIGHTLY: 10:40 & 12:40
. -: ., ,-..-.* e .w


STARTS


SUNDAY


"THE NEW CENSATION"


Make the evening complete with a gourmet dinner
in the Imperial Dining Room.
Dinner from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.






gII ld


son of boxing's famed Chris
Dundee, is Obed's manager
"There is only one place for
that kid to go now ... up.
tlisha was too much for him."
GOING TO BE CHAMP
Mike pointed out that
during workout sessions in the
Miami Beach Fifth Street Gym,
Obed would get the better of
boxers like Dario Hidalgo who
is ranked in the World Boxing
Association. "This is a kid
(Obed) that's going up to be a
champion .... it's just a matter
of time." Fleischer echoed
those same remarks but added
that it would not happen
overnight.
"I just wanted to see what
this kid could do," said
Fleischer a 50-year ring
veteran. "I wanted to see how
he could handle a rated
fighter."
Fleischer figured that Grant
with much respect for Obed
wanted him to overtrain -
thus the postponements. "But I
was smarter than him," he said.
"I went easy with the kid."
In supporting bouts last
night heavyweight contender


THE LOSER: dejected Bunny Grant took his
punishment and received bad cut on his upper lip. (Photo:
Rickey Wells).


JUBILATION following
his stunning victory over
Bunny Grant last night,
welterweight champ Elisha
Obed takes time out to pose
with his manager Mike
Dundee (left), his local
handler Moon Ramsey (3rd
left) while his trainer Moe
Fleischer talks with Radio
Bahamas' Kirk Smith.
Standing between Obed and
Dundee is Obed's kid brother,
also an aspiring boxer.


Bob Free/e, dropping to a
lightheavy 175 pounds
knocked out Sherwin Johnson
in the third round of their
scheduled six rounder.
Freeze, who had a five
pound weight and a few inches
reach advantage, found
Johnson an easy target and a
stiff right to the head sent him
down for the count in the first
round.
Freeze retruned in the
second and powered a
combination that played
Johnson on the canvas again
before the end finally came in
the third.
Welterweight contender Kid
Barr, 149 took a unanimous
decision from Cleveland
Williams, 144


Leeds remain at top & only



unbeaten UK soccer club
LONDON (AP) Leeds United remained the only unbeaten club in the
English first division Saturday by whipping Norwich 1-0 with an early goal
from Johnny Giles.


This gave Leeds 17 points from a
possible 18. -
Coventry beat previously
unbeaten Leicester 2-0 and moved
into second place on 14 points.
Burnley, who defeated Manchester
City 3-0, held third spot with 13
points.
Leeds looked as though they
were going to march all over
Norwich when home goalkeeper
Kevin Keelan failed to stop Giles'
Shot in the 12th minute.
But Norwich came back with a
non-stop barrage in the second half,
with Colin Suggett and Graham
Paddon both going close and
keeping the 31.933 fans on edge
until the final whistle.
A crowd of 29,319 saw Leicester
lose their unbeaten record to
Coventry, one of England's most
improved teams. Britain Alderson
scored from a Dennis Mortimor
pass in the 14th minute and
although Leicester counterattacked
they couldn't find a way through
Coventry's defense. In the 70th
minute Les Cartwright wriggled
through and hit a rising shot from
just outside the penalty area which
was deflected by Leicester defender
Alan Birchenall for 2-0.
Burnley climbed into third spot
with a 3-0 win over Manchester
City before 24,492 fans. They
grabbed the lead in three minutes
with a header from Paul Fletcher
who was involved in all the goals.
-letcher chased a long ball down
the wing and passed to Dobson who
hit the second goal from 20 yards
in the 38th minute.
Then a bad slip by Manchester
City goalkeeper Joe Corrigan left
Fletcher in for his second and
Burnley's third. Corrigan let the
ball slip from his grasp and the ever
alert Fletcher gratefully rolled the
ball into an open goal.
OTHER GAMES:
BIRMINGHAM 0 IPSWICH 3
(crowd: 26,919): Unhappy
Birmingham, bottom of the table,
sank without trace against lively
Ipswich in driving rain after a
goal-less first half. Ipswich went on
the rampage after the interval and a
,'ast break on the right resulted in
Mike Lambert grabbing the first
goal in the 71st minute. live
minutes later Bryan Hamilton made
it two and Colin Harper added
another in the last minute.
CI I .SI A 2 WOLVERHAMP-
TON 2 (27,846): This game
exploded in the second half with
Scottish international Jim
McCalliog rushing Wolves into a 2-0
lead with two good efforts in the
50th and 58th minutes. But Bill
Garner sparked off a great Chelsea
rivival by scoring in the 73rd
minute and Peter Osgood equalized
six minutes later.
EVERTON I ARSENAL 0
(31,359): Defender John
McLaughlin scored the first goal of
his career to give Everton victory.
lie hooked the ball into the net
after Arsenal goalkeeper Bob
Wilson missed a centre. Everton
dominated for most of the game in
which Arsenal's defense looked
decidedly stretched.
MANCHESTER UNITED 0
LIVERPOOL 0: (53.882): The
biggest crowd at any league game
this season, 53.882 fans, saw
Manchester United, who spoilt
Leeds 100 per cent record last
week, hold the league champions to
a goal-less draw. They were a little
unlucky not to win. LouMacarihad
a great chance in the closing
minutes but fired straight at
goalkeeper Ray Clemence from six
yards.
NEWCASTLE 2 QUEEN'S
PARK RANGERS 3(26,173) News
first division boys scored a welcome
away victory, but they almost
threw it away after leading 3 0.
Dave Thomas shot QPR into the
lead in just 71 seconds and three
minutes later Gerry Francis made it
two. No more goals came until t 10
minutes from the final whistle
when Mickey Leach scored
Rangers" third as tain and gale
force winds lashed the stadium.
With victory seemingly assured
Rangers, eased up and John Tudor
headed in for Newcastle in the 85th
minute and scored a second in
injury time.
SOUTHAMPTON 3 SHEFFIELD
UNITED 0 (14,572): Bobby Stokes
pounded in and steered the ball
home for the opening goal in the
27th minute and Southampton
controlled virtually all the game
from then on. Paul Gilchrist
fashioned the second after 55
minutes with a fierce shot following
some good approach work by
Stokes and Mike Channon who
made it 3-0 with his 100th goal for
Southampton, an 84th minute
header.


VOLLEY BALLERS

WIN ABROAD

WELL PLACED sets from
Barbara Knowles and Hattie
Moxey were neatly put away
by key spikers Celestine
Wilson, Eula Smith and
Winsome Davidson as the
Bahamas Ladies National
Volleyball Squad in defence of
their English-Speaking and
Caribbean Championship title
defeated Jamaica 15-10, 15-5
and 15-8 last night in Port of
Spain Trinidad.
In the second* of the
Bahamas' big triumphs, the
Men's National Squad trounced
Trinidad's second team 15-2
and 15-7.
The Bahamas, who are
playing without spiker
Florence Rolle, are defending
their Prime Minister's Trophy
which they won earlier this
year.



PM'S BIRTH
From Page 1
request for an investigation
into the eligibility of
Legislative Members, Mr.
Pindling said he was not at all
sure that it would be the right
thing for a government to
conduct such an investigation.
"It seems to me that a
person is innocent until proven
guilty and Members of
Parliament or Senators
claiming to be properly
qualified are so qualified unless
someone produces and proves
evidence to the contrary.
Furthermore, he added,
nationality was not the only
qualification for membership
of the House or Senate.
By Article 48 of the
Constitution no person is
qualified to be elected if he has
been certified to be insane or
otherwise adjudged to be of
unsound mind, and by Article
49 of the Constitution a
Member should vacate his seat
if he is later certified to be
insane or adjudged to be of
unsound mind.
"Having regard to this
Mer'mber of Parliament's strange
behaviour, in the event that I
am called upon to investigate
his eligibility, what should I
find him to be: crazy or
careless? insane or
incompetent?" he said.
According to The Prime
Minister Sir Stafford Sands was
the first man to raise the point
of his birth and Bahamian
status in 1955 or 1956.
"I know he had the matter
investigated then but in every
political campaign up to the
last election it has been said up
and down this land that I am
not Bahamnian," he declared.
The issue was even raised in
the British Parliament during
the independence debate on
Abaco, Mr. Pindling said.



I.S. laseiall
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Friday's Results
Boston II -5. Milwaukee 2-3
Cleveland 6-4, Baltimore 4 18
New York 4, Detroit I
Texas 5, Kansas City 4
('hicago 1, Oakland 4
Minnesota 7. California I
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Friday's Results
Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 2
San Francisco 5, Cincinnati 3
St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 0
New York at Chicago, ppd., rain
Los Angeles 5, San Diego 2

i I, ^ J