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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: October 5, 1973
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Registered with Posimaseeer of Dahamee for postage concession wltuhin the Bahamasi Nassau and Bahama Islands LeadingN w ae


VOL. LXX, No. 263 Friday, October 5, 1973 Price: I Cents


NATIONAL AIRLINE BECOMING; MORE CONSCIOUS

OF ITS SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC





Bahamasair to indemnify


passengers left


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stranded


overbooking flights


By NICKI I
AN OVERBOOKING INDEMNITY to cover passeng
Bahamasair today as one of a number of "positive steps"


flying public by the national carrier.
General manager Max the f
Healey told reporters these transp)
improvements would also destinat
include additional aircraft, next avt
expansion of the reservations The
control centre, radio the firs
installations in the Out Islands, United
a new industrial relations consuLmlli
department and a customer Bahama
relations office. to implh
'Bahamasair does not volunitai
deliberately accept or confirm Mr.
reservations in excess of the however
number of seats available on will not
i an given flight." MIr Iealey flight c
said. weather
According\ to maximizee" reasons
public ctonfilencc ic n its the con
reservations system tile including
company had instituted the equipmi
Overlooking Indcnmil troni But e
todat,. The indennithy will he should
applicable to any passenger les, liku
holding a duly validated ticket he info
who was not accommnodatcd are rece
due to inadvertent over-sale. '" F r
It will pitovide for refund of substitu
the full value paid Ior indicate
trn'tsportatiolt,. to he -:xt be Ltii
forward destination shown on weight,


NEW PLANE, & M

SOME NEW


light coupon and
ortation to that
ion at no charge on the
ailable service.
Bahamas is reportedly
t country outside the
States to enjoy suchil
cr protection and
sair the first airline ever
cement such a procedure
rily.
I ealey pointed out,
r, that the Indeini it
be honoured in case of
cancellations due to
, mechanical or other
of major toice bcey'(ond
Itrol of the company,
ig substitution of
ient of lesser capacity.
enlargementt of the fleet
make such substitution
ely and the public will
rmed as additional units
ived, he said.
eq u en 11tly where
tlion ot equipnme nt is
d, larger aircraft cannot
listed duc to t.,t ,
landing i r similar


yers with confirmed reservations was announced by
intended to improve the quality of service offered the


technical IIII nations,," M r,
Ileales explained.
I lie delivery of additional
an craft already on order andI
due between now and year-end
w iuld not only increase
capacitI significantly but
improve fle ibihllty .
Naming concrete measures
already taken to improve
se'Vice. \1 lileale' pointed to
e\paTnsionl t the Reservations
Control entire e in Nassau with
ten loc'l lines plus teletype
ton'tt nicti l'onis with all matir
liness world-wide.
"Staff to handle this centre
has hbeen expanded b\ more
th in 50 pcI ient and the
'inu h r 1! telephone lines
doubled."
arrangements he continued,
liad been made with one of
c. c leading U.S. airlines toI
i duci training courses tfo
.'servations, ticket agents and
,,iiji Bahamasir personnel in
contact with the public.


maintenance adequate,


ROUTES PLANNED but airline needs more


BAHAMASAIR this week
took delivery of its third
Fairchild F 227. and so as to
ensure better service, does not
intend to increase its schedule.
general manager Max Healey
said at a press conference
today.
I n mid-November, he
added the company's first
production airplane, a
BAC'-I I 1 would be arriving and
one of the two "interim"
BX(-'C I Is presently here
would go to another carrier.
The second BAC-I 1 1
production aircraft was
expected in December. The
two new planes, together with
the remaining "'interim
BAC- I1 would increase the
jet fleet to three during tlie
peak winter season for "better
availability of aircraft and the
least inconvenience to the
public," Mr. Healey said.
In June the "interim"
BAC- IlI will co to a centre in
the U.S. where it will be
retigured to the configuration
of the production plane.
Mr. HIealey also disclosed
that Bahamnasair is hoping to
have a service operating to Ft.
I auderdale and Palm Beach by
the middle of next year.
In the more distant future,
the airline was considering the
possibility of a service to
Chicago and Toronto, Dallas
St. Louis or Atlanta.
Marketing studies on which
to base a decision had not been
completed as yet. Mr. Ilealey
explained.


qualified mechanics

By NICK KELLY
BAHAMASAIR'S GENERAL MANAGER Max Healey today
acknowledged that the airline does not have enough qualified
mechanics, but asserted that its aircraft maintenance was moree
than adequate" and in fact "safe and reliable."


I he safety factor iof
Bahaumasan plans has become
an issue in recent weeks
fol lowing mechanical
difficulties with its two
BA'-I I Is, the ditching at sea of
one Aero Canmmander and the
forced belly landing of
another.
Questioned on the point lby
reporters, Mr. Healey said
Bahamasair will have to get
more mechanics and replace
some who were engaged on a
temporary basis, hut a training
programme is to be conducted
to train Bahamians as
maintenance staff.
Referring specificall. to the
two Aero 'oniumanders, Mr.
I ealey said that no conclusions
had been reached on the
ditching accident. The position
was complicated by the fact
that the plane had gone down
in water.
On thie other hand it wias
pretty well-known what
happened in the belly-landing
incident.
NOIF DI lI IABLF
Mr. Healey said the left
landing gear strut would not


Killer youth made support widow & children


A SOUTH FLORIDA youth
convicted Wednesday of the
shooting death of a
Bahamian-born Dade County
resident was put on probation
by a U. S. (Crimianl Court judge
so he could support his victim's
widow and five children.
N ineteen-year-old Larry
('lark, who admitted shooting


SALE

20%-50% OFF


MACKEISII.I FNASSAU'
MACKEY ST. NASSAU


Rudolph Smitht. 3,. torncrl\
of Nassau, during in,111 agent
in April this year, would be a
burden to taxpayers and the
widow would receive no
financial help except from
public assistance, judge Dan
Satin said.
Judge Satin said Wedncesdas
that he's going to be
punished, but the punishment
is going to be primarly
supporting five children and a
widow."
Smith. the son ot NMI
Leonard and Mrs. I'thel Stith
of Nassau and bitoiher of
sports-man Fred ("Papa")
Smith died at Miami's Jackson
Memorial Hospital after being
rushed to hospital with bullet
injuries.


lock in the down position
because a part in the luoint had
been sheered.
This '" p o gress i e
deterioration" could not have
been detected through normal
servicing. lhce perlIneht
inforinlation hadil bee
forwarded to tile I edeial
Aviation Administration, and a
check was also being made
with the manufacturer to see it
any other such incidents h,ld
occurred wxith similar aircraft.
No answers had as yet been
received, he said.
Mcainwhile tests conducted
here iI llthe saimie ICilllt in tiller
,ilr,ratt had rc~ealcd lo swi.on of
,1 sitnilar dele 'i'iation.
'(;RI Al SKILL'
Mr. IHealey said the pilot.
Captain Mark IlhomtllIpsotl,
deservedl high commnlendation
for his handling of tIhe
emergency. "lie showed great
skill and a high degree of
efficiency. "
Here were six passciLengers
aboard when tie plulane made
its forced landmth,"
\ccootrdin lo lthe lilu,iasaiir
ge erial n'll allr, i inc l s oi l ihe

airline werI Lalis'd b\ t Ie
unavailabdlity of a spare pat I
wlich mean, t an aIrclft ulUtt
could not go.
Ihis how\cer would bec
corrected before the end of t he
year when the existiLng
$100,000 inventory value oft
spares for the BAC-Ill would
be increased to S500,000
overall,.
This 500 per cent increase inI
inventory would make
Bahamnasairt's positions far
better. Mr. Heales said.
The matter of spare parts
was a complicated business he
pointed out. Delivery might
take anywhere from 30 days to
nine months and an inventory
might be as many as 10,000
items.


To ltillher enhlince service
to Balihlamsair passengers a
U.S. Customs anid Immigration
pre-cicar,tance 1,tcili will be
activated inll the very near
future nit approval by the
respect c gsove rn mental
agencies.
I na i lit toi provide
coit mplete up-to-the-minute
information n to tlie public
regarding inl1cl t I tp )toni s to
scheduled service. dela\s 0ol
re-routing of lights for
operations al reasutis \,I as due inll

comL mi nicat!i'n,, .It. lilys. Irt.
lleale explain ed

To alceialc this iltua in)n.
radio) :hI.h ,ll.i n is ,.,e hCint'
imple nlcntedi so that eight
destinations i thlie southern
sector ( ot t!e ()il Islatnds
p revi sl lacking k i' i

imiiiiediatL linkIi with Flight
Control-\assaui which wxiuld
hbe icsponsible r d(ireclmng .ind
coordinilting a ll t)i.ei'iients of
aircraft
AccomiplishtlLent o this
phase is ICIdependeniIt ti delivery
of the necessary eiuipiiIment
which lias been ordered. Mr
I lealey said.
"Flhe area of personnel
relations has received special
attention since we value outI
human resources even morII'e
than our material resources.'
he conintlued.
In structuring the tnew
management of Bahai lsani
provision was made for a
manager of I. I ployee
Relations who would head tlie
newly -created I n d stl ral
Relations Department.
Mr. VW illiam R. C'urtis. .1
Bahamian with more than 17
'years experience ini the airline
Illld stI\ had been CC i1Cd ti)
the post
\ positive policy lioi
periodic salary review has been
developed and implemented to
,assu re correction of all
ineqiuties which mTlay exist. Mr.
llealev said.
lie enmphasied that
adequate means exist for
prompt attention as well as
adequate solutions iI the case'
of alleged grievances
I'he general manager noted
that the airline welcomed the
cooperation of the travelling
public and was interested in
suggestions for improvement oiI
constructive criticism of its
services.
iHe said suggestion boxes will
shortly be available at principal
airport locations and sales
outlets and ,all seritoust
suggestions would t bd
a. k i,.wledlh d
In a further ettfort to resolic
as proImptly as possible
questions conce rning .in\
aspect of its services, a,
Customer Relaltions office.
headed b\ a ('ooidin.titii. has,
been established to assure
p ro" I pt alt entlt it ,iand
corrective acttion ) eliLe
indicated in case 0:
mishand ling or ot her
itregularities.
Comments in wiring should
be addressed to BahamIasair
Office of Customer Relations,
P.O. Box N488 1, Nassau.
A special Action Line was
also available in case of
urgency. The number loi thIis
is 7-8228.
Mr. Healey took the
itplportunity to publicly
acknowledge the "loyal and
devoted services" ot
Bahamasair's 350 employees
during the period of transition
which has involved adjustment
to new conditions as well as
various problems beyond their
immediate control.


MAX HEALEY, centre,
newly appointed general
manager of Bahamasair,
discusses passenger service
improvements planned for
the national carrier. Left is
assistant general manager
Edward F. Albury and right,
Mr. William R. Curtis, new
manager of employee
relations. (Photo: Rickey
Wells)

2 ZNS MEN


GET NEW


APPOINTMENTS
SEINAT OR the lhon. Milo B
Butle Jr., chairman of the
Boaid of the Broadcasting
corporationn today announced
two promotutions in the Radio
Bahamas News service.
Mr IEdison Bethel, who was
news editor. has been
promnotedl to acting new.:
director. Mr. Michael Smith, of
the new,room reportorial staff,
lhas been promoted to acting
nLws editor to succeed Mr.
Bethel. All apointients are
cItective immediately.
O)ne of Radio Bahamas'
,taimiliar voice reporters, "'d"
Bethel just returned from New
York where lie covered the
acceptance of the Bahamas
into the United Nations and
the subsequent foreign policy
.ildress of P'rinie Minister
1 \ inden Pindling to the G(;eneral
assemblyy on Octobher 1. Mr.
bethel had earlier in the year
covered the Commonwealth of
Government C('onference in
Ottawa, Canada.
MIr Bethel was born at West
I nd. Grand Bahama, and
attended schools there as well
.Is in Nassau antd Fleuthera. lie
also was granted in-service
1i.lning bh the corporation n
iblch he took at the Ryerson
I'P 1 technical College in
I i o n t o. C(a n a d a
cncent rating on the
ciiimuniiication arts. Mr.
lclihel is married to the former
( lerr\ lsaacs and they have
tw\o children Lisa and
\\ ait ne.
llis successor as news editor,
"\like Smith has been
sanding in tor Mr. Bethel
tlIt ing tile latter's recent
'eit, gn assignments. Mr. Smith
li.il been awarded a Radio
tlilainas sholarshllip to attend
\,inlkato Stale C(ollege in
M1 mnesota,. united Statest
I here tie icceiced the degree ott
BIacheloi of Science in
li':,adcasti ng and Joui nalism
and also received thle Radio
Sttil ion K\MS' Service
( linticactes tor his w, ork as
neiws director there during his
nliersitS career. Mr.Mr Sminth,
1ho is unmarried was born in


WEATHER IS

STILL UNSETTLED
('II\N(;I of weather is
IkI.'bV to oculir over certain
,X '.,i, of the Bahamnas
%I t e er ol og cal O t twice
It casterss say. following
notice of gradual weakening in
tlie area of cloudiness and
showers.
I he broad region of
cloudiness and showers once
stationary over the western
Bahamas seems to be moving
farther westward the
Meteorological office reported.
Butt widespread shower
activities still continue to
affect the northwestern
Bahamas with a gradual
improvement expected by
Saturday.
For the first four days of
October 2.50 inches of rain
have been recorded.


Mike McLaney denies any


knowledge of assassination


plot against Prime Minister

By JANET STAIHAR
WASHINGTON (AP) The political intrigue around an alleged
plot to assassinate the Bahamian Prime Minister thickened
Thursday as Elliott Roosevelt again denied knowledge of it and a
Haitian casino operator admitted giving campaign funds to the
Prime Minister allegedly for a gambling licence.


But the casino operator.
Michael J. McLan,ll also told
the Senate Permanent
Invest igat ions su lheomn itittee
that he never knew ()t anl
assassination scheme
A heavy web ot accusations,
counter-accusations and denials
has ben spun since two
convicted stock swiindtlers,
liouis 1'. Mastriana and Patsy
A Lepera, testified under oath
that Roosevelt was mixed up in
the alleged assassination plot
and illegal stock Iamunipulations.
\lastriana testified two
weeks ago that Roosevelt and
MN c L a n e o if e red hinm
S i00.000 to kill Bahamian
Prime Minister L.ynden 0
Pindling.
Mastriania said that MIcLane.s
was Irritated because the Prime

HABEAS CORPUS

APPLICATION IN

MAJOR MURDER
I1 PARTI' proceedings
ended this morning in a
defence hal for a writ of
habeas corpus in the Wendell
BuIrMsS and Phillip t'Polka")
IlIuiies murder case tentatively
scheduled for hearing in the
Supreme court t October 15.
Slilpreliile ('ourt J listices
Jamies Snuth and Maxwell
Tho npision allowed ant
ad journm e n t in t he
two-da -old hearing until
I uesda October 10o
permnutting the defence to serve
notice of proceedings in the
court upon respondents, the
Attorney (General and the
Supernni ndant of Prisons.
ANppeaiing tor the defence
are attorney NMr. Lawerence P.
J. I renlihard and Mr David ('.
Bethell.
NIMr Irenchard represents
25-'sea told I report bartender
S.1. .I l ero\ Bturrows and
Mr ielhelt I'hillip ("PT lka")
luines, a 20- carold waiter
But ror s and Iliniies, atroed
and it iitachicd, appeared in
Supinie Co'lt wixth I their
attorney s \ esicrdai mo irn ting
tot! pi)iccidLmIgs But, a
Sup'retiue ( i ourl older issued
Thursday b\ Mr. Justice Smith
remanded the pair in custody
until next fu sctda.i.
Ihe two are expected to
tace murder charges in the
Supreme Court on Mii onday.
(OcIober 15 the trial dale set
during lhe W esida imornilng
opening ot the October
('riminalu Nssi/es
Both nten are pleading not
guilty to charges ol murder and
abetment of murder in the
shooting death of Bias Street
enter ainer-bartender Mr.
Raymond Barry Majlor on
September 5.
Proceedings before the court
seek the discharge from prison
of the two, held in custody
there for some timttle after being
charged with the offence on
January\ I1.
But it was also brought to
the court's attention that both
of the accused had been at
large, out of police custody.
Burrows for several hours and
Humes for a few months, being
but recently recaptured.


11inister reneged oi in alt I, .. I
coInI1!tm 1 nt to give M lI aney
a gambling license it return for
Campaign llole .
Mr. Pindling has consistently
denied that such' "a deal" ever
existed. HIe has aLmitted that
NMcLancy contributed towards
the PLP's 1%7 political
campaign. IHis contribution
S60,000 was later paid back
hib the PLPt
1.e pC e r t ol d th ci
sulihLominilltit '' Wednesda 'tthat
Ron(- .-.et disposed t .1
S440,)00 in stolen and
counicrfeit s'curlties for himn
through contdtts at banks.
lOAX
Roosevelt, thie son of the
late prcsidtei Franklin I).
Rooseelt, a,I. on the witness
stand for thill' second day and
heated. ill. *I the accusations
"a vile and dis,tnardly hoax '
Ile g.i in urged the
subcomil io l!tttci tlo pitoseclute his
acc useL'"'- I r1 perniu ry .
Subhci' inll! ''e ( hairmatn Sell.
I len M Jsckson. D-Wash ,
said all Usi ittonx would be
turned ovcm I the J Lstice
D)eparti e,'nt for possible

"I amdll staitlig to o that I
absolutely dcnI', each and every
one tt th e three alleged
tranisa tii,,s lalscl teisti ed to
LIndCr oath It Patsy Lepera
and do strenliousli suggest to
the subcotn' ll' tee that a vile
and d, I '. l ho.\ has been
perpetr.ated upon \11 o, and
utpon good na11me which 1I
seek ,' 1ea.'" said Roosevelt.
IlIe aid l C lisICte ed with
"line dihbelel" as Lepera told
tlhe "!abrhicaltions o! lies" to he
sulhc(oniniltee e ednesda\
"It is e\ldenlt tlhait Iepera',
del anor I e!tisOre t li
slbcCO11Im ntlee showst, that hLe
levels i critmie and eniIo I the
reputation o! beiiiL tIh biggest
stl ck sw inditc iin tie untr%
sa:d Roo.-ce!t
I' on th tlc oithe- haii aI !
eveC In111Idll] l ; nanwc I
) e.tr dilJ th il t 1 a!Ll'
accuLIsai. 'ins miul,l I ;hiis
conm icted ic tlon. Plis Lcpera,
hias atd imost lrr'ev, oc blir
tarnished i honoured name
thle honloured inallie oft i
lathei unless \tiu gentlemen
make an affirmative step and
recotnmiimend to the Justlce
)Department that I eIpera and
MdIast ana. lIile peipetrai ors ot
thIns 1 ax. hle indict1.'ed to[
perin1 .' Roose\cll added
\1t 1 :II s : id. flhe
allegi' Iots I' \ NMastrianai that
he knew ot 11an assassination
plot against Pindling were
completelyy false.'"
Mclane.i, did say under
questioning that Pindling has
reneged on an agreement to
give him haltl of the gambling
profits from the Bahamnas in
return ftor campaign help in

McLane. said that when
Pindling unexpectedly won the
election, he wsas "\ cr\ grateful
to me at first
But McLaney claimed
Pindling did not honour the
gambling commitment.
McLaney said he awoke one
day to read in the newspapers
that he would not be allowed
back into the Bahamas.


TWO CUBAN

FISHING BOATS

ATTACKED IN


S.BAHAMAS
MIAMI (AP) Two Cuban
fishing boats have been
attacked south of the Bahamas
and their crewmen are missing,
Hlavana radio reported today.
One of the vessels was
burning when discovered
yesterday afternoofi, and the
other was missing its
communications equipment!
and appeared to be mined, said
the broadcast monitored in
Miami.
A note from the Cuban
Fishing Institute blamed the
attacks on counter-revolu-
tionaries operating from
American territory. It saidthe
case was similar to one January
2., during which another
fishing boat was
nahine-gunned and one of its
crewmen wounded in the same
area.
The broadcast said other
vessels were on the scene
conducting an investigation.
The number of crewmen was
not given.
I he (reat Bahama Bank.
between Cuba and the
Bahamian chain, has been the
scene of a number of
encounters among Cuban and
('uban-exile fishing boats in the
past 1 0 years.
I he area is a fertile fishing
ground, and the Bahamas has
recently been cracking down
on fishing vessels it considers
are within its territorial waters.
Bahamian authorities have
made a number of recent
arrests and seizures of
American-based fishing boats
caught within Bahamian
waters.
Bahamas External Affairs
Minister Paul Adderley said
1oday "the matter is being
investigated." lie would make
no furthcli Oit ilnt


MP.OPENS 'SAVE

OUR YOUNG

PEOPLE' FUND
1 hi- "Save Our Young
People In Need" (SOYPIN)
fund was launched yesterday
by Fox Hill M.P Lionel Davis
in a press conference at the
Department of Agriculture and
Fisheries, where he is
parliamentary secretary.
Mr. Davis said the fund,
opened with a S100 donation
of his own, was intended to
help needy youngsters
wherever they are and
ss hatever their need.
lie said the fund is the result
ot three 'isolated but related"
incidents. The incidents, he
said, involved a youngster who
had no lunch aind no money to
buy it, another youngster who
wanted to go to school but had
no shoes, and a third child who
had the ability. hut not the
iI ones t or secondary
education.
'hese three cases have been
bothering me for some time,
Mr. l)a ,is said. "I mentioned
them to all the members of the
(SOYPIN) committee. They
were \':.\y tipathetic, anxious
to help andi willing to work
toward suctli a worthy cause.
I shvluld sa\ that the three
caiteg'us of cases mentioned
are the ones we will be
consulte ninti initially. I1 the
tund is stccestiul and grows in
magnitude. I am sure we will
be prepared to consider other
deserving cases," he added.
The fund is located at the
Royal Bank of Canada's
Robinson Road branch.
Donations should be sent
either to Mr Davis or to the
SOYPIN I und C('ommittee, P.
(. Box 14139, or to
cotlmititee members.


Committee members are
Mis. Sylvia Adams, Misses
I)Do ris Rahming, Lenora
Rahming, Telcina Coakley,
Jennifer Morley, Charlene
Samuels. Messrs. John Bullard,
Vince Martin, Josea Juarez,
Maurice Harvey, Chickie Horn
and Alec Zybine.



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Friday, October 5, 1973


NIXON ARGUES AGAINST WATERGATE TAPES SUIT
WASHINGTON (Al) An attorney for President Nixon argued in
federal court that the Senate Watergate Committee had no authority to sue
the President for Watergate-related tape recordings. Charles Alan Samuel
Dash, chief counsel for the committee, said it is a unique situation, "the
first case in which the President himself may be involved in criminal
acitivity."(OSEE STORY Committee counsel Samuel Dash argued that if
accusations of presidential involvement are true, then the President is using
executive privilege to shield himself. And presidential lawyer Charles
Wright said that in demanding White House tapes, the Watergate panel is
acting more like a grand jury than a Senate Committee.
Wright asked Judge John Sirica to dismiss the committee's suit.
Dash urged Sirica to condiser his earlier order demanding that Nixon
turn over the tapes as a precedent in the committee's suit.

KISSINGER TO SET UP DIPLOMATIC CHINA TIES
WASHINGTON (AP) The State Department withheld today official
comment on a network (ABC) news report that Secretary of State
Kissinger will attempt to arrange formal diplomatic relations between
China and the I.S. during his Peking trip later this month. But department
officials termed the report wild speculation.
IRS TRACKING DOWN EVERYTHING ON AGNEW
ASHEVILLE., NORTH CARLONIA (AP) The federal investigation of
Vice President Spiro T. Agnew is considering every thread of evidence.
Internal Revenue Service agents have subpoenaed records relating to
four yards of homespun cloth worth 16 dollars given as a gift to Agnew
and other Governors attending the 1967 Southern Governor's Conference
held here.
Agnew, who was then Governor of Maryland, received the cloth with
compliments of Bittmore Industries.
On Wednesday, agents from the Charlotte intelligence office of the IRS
served a subpoena on Harry Blomberg, owner of Biltmore Industries. The
subpoena ordered Blomberg to turn over records of the gifts to the special
grand jury investigating allegations of wrongdoing against Agnew.
"It looks like they're trying to see how much they can dig out on the
Vice PResident," Blomberg said. "This is a very small, minute thing to do,
but I guess they're just digging anywhere they can find anything."
BALTIMORE GOVERNOR ON INCOME TAX CHARGE
BALTIMORE (AP) The government says Baltimore County. Maryland
chief executive Dale Anderson owes more than 67-thousand dollars in
income tax. A new indictment handed up today charges Anderson with
failing to pay sufficient income tax for the years 1969 through 1972.
Anderson previously was indicted on 39 counts of extortion, bribery and
conspiracy charges in connection with kickbacks he is alleged to have
received from contractors doing business with the counts, The new
indictment adds four counts of income tax evasion to the original charges.
Anderson succeeded Vice-President Agnew as Baltimore Countv chief
executive, He has pleaded innocent to the first 39 counts, but wsas not
available for comment on the income tax evasion charges.
Meanwhile, the federal grand jury is continuing its probe of Agnesw 's
alleged involvement in political kickbacks while Baltimore chief executive
and as Maryland Governor.
Agnew attended a White House Cabinet meeting Thursday. But a
spokesman said there was no discussion of his case. Deputy news secretary
Gerald Warren said President Nixon held a discussion of issues involving
various departments and agencies.

CHILE'S COMANDANTE PEPE IS EXECUTED
SANTIAGO (AP) Jose Gregorio Liendo, better known as
"Commandante Pepe", who achieved near mythical fame as a leftist
extremist leader in Chile's rural south, has been executed by a tiring squad,
the military announced.
Liendo, about 30, was shot Wednesday night in Valdivia, 840 kilometers
south of here, said General Hector Bravo Munoz, commander of the 4th
army division in that city.
Liendo was picked up last week by troops sweeping through farmland
where he was known to be operating.
As "Comandante Pepe," Liendo led a group of left-wing extremists and
peasants in numerous seizures of private farms during the nearly three
years Marxist President Salvador Allende was in power.
There were hundreds of such seizures occurring in rural areas as extremist
hands sought to accelerate the Allende government programme ti,
expropriate large private farms for agrarian reform.

U.S. SEIZES CUBAN SHIP AT CHILE'S REQUEST
\WASHINGTON, OCT. 4 (AllP) A Cuban ship has been detained in the
Panama Canal zone at the request of Chile's new military government, state
department sources said Thursday.
The action was taken as part of a financial dispute involving Chile and
Cuba dating hack to Sept. 1 1, the date of the Chilean coup. Sources said a
Cuban ship which was offloading sugar that day at Valparaiso, Chile, fled
after the coup broke out, taking cargo Chile claims it had already paid for.
a According to the sources, a U.S. marshal boarded the vessel Imias
Wendesday in the canal zone and informed the captain of the attachment
order filed by the Chilean authorities. They said that legally, the United
States had to abide by Chile's wishes since the Imias was crossing Americani
territory.
The attachment of the vessel does not imply U.S. approval of Chile's
claim, they said. No figure was available on the amount of damages sought
by Chile but Radio Havana, in a broadcast picked up in Miami, said it nas
$5 million.
The broadcast quoted the crewmen as characterizing the detention )of
the vessel as "illegal, incorrect and arbitrary."
The case was referred to a U.S. court in the canal zone. Sources here said
the attorneys for the Cubans, citing a legal concept known as sovereign
immunity, argue that the vessel cannot be attached legally.
The ship was en route from Japan to Cuba at the time of its detention.
KISSINGER'S STATEMENT ON CHILEAN COUP
WASHINGTON, (OCI. 4 (AlP) I our days before the coup in Chile,
Secretary of State Henry A. Kissincer ordered U.S. embassy personnel in
Chile to stay away from an> anti-government plotters, a Senate document
released today said.
Kissinger said he made the request through 1U.S. ambassador Nathaniel
Davis, one of several American envoys asked to come to Washington to
brief Kissinger after his nomination to become Secretary of State.
Kissinger testified on his meeting with Davis before the Senate foreign
relations committee six days ftter the coup in Chile. The text of Kissinger's
testimony on his meeting with Davis is as follows.
"I asked him about coup reports. He said they were endemic, and I said
just make sure that none of our embassy personnel has anything to do
directly or indirectly with any of the plotters, if there are plotters, in
response to any approaches.' He said he had given those instructions. There
was no talk about the coup except the rumours that had been around for
weeks and months."
Kissinger made the comments in reply to Senator Gale McGee, who said
the presence in Washington of Davis four day before the coup had led to
speculation of U.S. involvement.
Kissinger assured the committee that the U.S. government and the
Central Intelligence Agency "had nothing to do with the coup."
SAUDI ARABLAN KISSINGER HOLD MEETING
NIW YORK (AP) Omar Sakkaf. Saudi Arabian minister of state for
foreign affairs, had a three-quarter hour conference with Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger Thursday and said afterward that peace for the Middle
i-Last was "the main thing" they discussed.
After the conference in Kissinger's hotel suite, a reporter asked Sakkaf if
Kissinger planned a Middle East peace initiative.
Fie replied "both are trying the .Arabs and Americans." l'e spoke of a
"good try."
Sakkaf said his talk was short but friendly and, 'we hope that it will lead
to a fruitful result in the future."
SYRIA RESUMES RELATIONS WITH JORDAN
BEjRUT LEBANON (AP) Syria resumed diplomatic relations
Thursday with Jordan after a 26 month break, Dl)amascus Radio reported.
A terse Syrian foreign ministry statement said the resumption of
relations with Jordan was in line with the recent summit meeting in Cairo
between President Anwar Sadat of gypt,. Syrian President Htafe Assad
and King Hussein of Jordan.


ZAIRE BREAKS WITH ISRAEL
LINITLD NATIONS (AP) President Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire told
the U.N. General Assembly Thursday that his country has broken
diplomatic relations with Israel.




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POLICEMAN, 4th. She was a stranger


Union urges Congress MURDER SINCE
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to impeach Nixon


NEW YORK (AP)- The American Civil Liberties Union urged
Congress Thursday to begin impeachment proceedings against
President Nixon, based on six grounds "affecting civil liberties."


It was the first time in the
53-year history of the
organization that its board of


GORDON LIDDY


APPEALS FOR


A NEW TRIAL
WASHINGTON (AP)-
Co nv-icted Watergate
conspirator G. Gordon Liddy
asked the U.S. Court of
Appeals Thursday for a new
trial on grounds a federal judge
had violated his constitutional
rights.
In a brief filed with the
court, attorneys for tLiddy
contended that U.S. district
court judge John J. Sirica "cast
himself in the light of a
witness, thus lending the
dignity and authority of his
office to the words he read to
the jury.
"It is not the judge's
function to introduce news and
inademissible matter to the
jury."
A federal jury convicted
Liddy of burglary, conspiracy
and wiretapping after a trial in
January at which Sirica
presided. On March 23 Sirica
sentenced Liddy to a
maximum of 20 years in prison
and fined him $40,000.
The Liddy brief contended
that "although the trial judge
has the right to interrogate
witnesses, that right must be
exercised in a manner that does
not disturb the court's position
of impartiality in the eyes of
the jurors or constitute an
intrusion upon the function of
counsel."
I he brief said that when
Sirica read to the jury
testimony and bench
conferences which had taken
place when the jury was
absent, he violated ltiddy's
constitutional rights to
cross-examine accusers and
against self-incrimination.
All of the conferences
between lawyers at the bench
were described as inadmissible
as evidence.
The brief contended Sirica
further violated Liddy's rights
when he told the jury it could
regard Liddy's retention of a
lawyer at 5 a.m. on the day of
the Watergate arrests last year
as an indication he had a
"guilty state of mind."
"'The right to counsel is not
tied to the earth's rotation,"
counsel for Liddy argued.
"There is nothing in the sixth
amendment to suggest that it is
a protection available only
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m."
Another alleged violation of
Liddy's rights included in the
appeal was the introduction of
testimony that he had been
fired from President Nixon's
re-election Committee for
refusing to cooperate with the
FBI.

DIRTY TRICKS'

ASSISTANT

TESTIFIES
WASHINGTION (AP)- A Miami
young Republican said Thursday
that the real purpose of IDonald H.
Segretti's campaign of dirty tricks
was to divide Democratic
presidential candidates and
hopefully prompt them to start
sabotaging each other.
Ihese things weren't done to
influence votes at all," Martin
Douglas Kelly, 24, told the Senate
Watergate Committee. "The idea
was to get the candidates
backbiting each other and possibly
doing it to each other."
Confessed political saboteur
Segretti has said he was directed in
his work by a White House aide,
Dwight L. C'hapin.
Kelly testified at the Watergate
panel's first public hearing not to
he broadcast live on network
television.
Ihe CBS which carried live
coverage of Segretti's testimony
Wednesday. decided against
televising testimony of Kelly and
Robert M. Benz, 25. two men whoe
assisted Segretti in sabotaging the
campaigns of Democratic
presidential candidates last year.
Kelly added some new details to


Segretti's recitation of dirty tricks
played on Dl)emocrats in the Florida
presidential primary. And he
explained how the tricks were
designed in most cases to cause one
Democrat to blame another for the
sabotage.
Kelly said he arranged for some
Caban-Americans, to picket a news
conference held by Sen. Edmund S.
NMuskie of Maine and said he also
released a small bird and two white
mice to further disrupt proceedings.
The mice had blue ribbons tied on
their tails and carried tags saying,
"Muskie is a rat fink, "Kelly said.
He said the pickets wore buttons
supporting sen. Hurbert H.
Humphrey, one of Muskie's rivals in
the Florida primary.


directors has voted a resolution
seeking a president's
impeachment.
''Virtually every
administration has violated
civil liberties," said the ACLUt
executive director, Aryeh
Neier, "but this administration
has been more consistent, more
blatant in its violations."
Neier said 65 members of
the 85-member ACLU board
met Sunday and voted
"overwhelmingly" in favour of
the resolution, which
the organization has trans-
mitted to every member of the
House of Representatives.

PUBLIC EVIDENCE
Neier said ACLU members
more than 200,000 across the
nation will be asked to urge
their representatives to act on
the resolution, which said in
part:
"There is now substantial
public evidence of President
Nixon's participation in high
crimes and misdemeanors; and
... these acts have violated the
civil liberties of the people of
the United States and the rule
of law "
RESOLUTION
The resolution said that
Nixon:
"Personally approved" a
plan on July 25, 1970, for
"domestic political surveillance
and espionage by such methods
as burglary, wiretapping and
eavesdropping, mail covers and
military spying on civilians."
"Usurped the war-making
powers of Congress" by
bombing Cambodia and
"deliberately concealed the
bombing" from the nation.
*Established a "personal
secret police (the 'plumbers')"
in the White House, "operating
outside the restraints of the
law, which engaged in criminal
acts including burglaries,
warrantless wiretaps, espionage
and perjury."
Along with a principal aide
"offered a high federal post to
the presiding judge during the
Ellsberg trial and. for a
prolonged period, he withheld
from the court knowledge of
the burglary of the office of
l)r. (Daniel) I llsberg's
psychiatrist."
Interfered with the
administration of justice by his
"'effort to limit the scope" of
the FBI's investigation of
Watergate.
"Perverted and attempted
to pervert the operation of
various federal agencies,
including the Department of
.Justice, the National Council,


the Secret Service, the State
Department, the Defense
Department and the Central
Intelligence Agency by
engaging them in political
surveillance and in the
falsification of information
made available to Congress and
the American people."


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BUENOS AIRES (AP) A
high ranking police officer was
shot to death in front of his
home last night in the fourth
political murder since Juan
Peron was elected President
less than two weeks ago.
Police said commissary
inspector Ruben H. Contini,
49, was shot as he stepped out
of his car at his home in
Haedo, a suburban residential
district west of here.
The assailant was a young,
bearded man, who jumped into
a car and fled after the
shooting, they added.
A police source said the
People's Revolutionary Army,
an extreme leftist guerrilla
organization, claimed they had
killed Contini. But so far no
communique from the group
has been received by the news
media.
The guerrilla group denied
last week that it was
responsible for the death of
labour leader Jose Rucci,
although the chief of the
federal police said the terrorists
had claimed credit for the
killing.
The reasons behind Contini's
death were not clear. He was
head of the police's social
welfare department and
formally had been in charge of
several police precincts.
Rucci, secretary of the
General Confederation of
Labour, was killed by snipers
in front of his home here Sept.
25, two days after Peron won a
landslide victory in the
elections.
The following day, and in
apparent relation for Rucci's
death, unknown armed men
murdered Enrique Brimberg,
34, a leader of the leftist
Peronist youth.
On Wednesday, two armed
men walked into the building
of the newspaper El Norte in
San Nicholas, 120 miles north
of here, and killed Jose
Domingo Colombo, a
38-year-old journalist.
Colombo had no political
affiliation, but the editor of El
Norte said he had received
several anonymous threats
saying he employed "... too
many Communists and
left-wingers."
The wave of violence seems
connected with the anti-leftist,
anti-Marxist purge that Peron
has launched within the
Peronist movement.
Right-wing Peronists seem
encouraged by Peron's attacks
against the leftists, and in some
cases the rightists are using
weapons and bombs to put the
leftists down.
'The headquarters of the
leftist Peronist youth was
attacked with machine gun fire
and a bomb shattered a leftist
Peronist local here Thursday
night. Nobody was injured.
In Cordoba, 900 miles north
of here, nine leftist
construction workers were
seriously injured Thursday
when armed men invaded their
meeting to organize opposition
to their union's moderate
bosses.


NEW S CRBBA


WANTS PRIVY COUNCIL
FOR CARIBBEAN
PORT-OF-SPAIN, TRINIDAD
(AP)- Trinidad and Tobago Chief
Justice Sir Isaac Hyatali today
suggested the expansion of Britain's
judicial committee of the Privy
Council.
Sir Isaac said the Council should
include distinguished judges and
jurists of British Caribbean
countries and possibly elsewhere in
the Commonwealth.
An expanded Privy Council, he
said, should be converted into a
court that met at appointed times
in at least three centres in the
Caribbean.
With the exception of Guyana,
which abolished appeals to the
Privy Council last August, all other
Coinmmonwealth Caribbean
countries including independent
Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica.
Barbados and the Bahamas use the
Privy Council as their final court.
Sir Isaac said "the intention of
my proposal is to seek to establish
what I might describe as a new
model Privy Council, a transitional
final court if you like."
The Chief Justice said he planned
to secure views of the judiciary in
Caribbean territories on his
proposal.

CUBA-GUYANA AIR
LINK IN OPERATION
GEORGFETOWN, GUYANA
(AP) The Cuba-Guyana air link
came into operation Wednesday
night as a silver grey, red-striped
Illushyn 18 turboprop airliner
touched down at rimehri Airport.
The aircraft one of a fleet of
Cubana de Aviacion will operate
between Havana and Georgetown
with stops at Barbados and
Trinidad in both directions.
The Cubana crew and three
passengers two Guyanese and a
Trinidadian, were greeted by
Minister of Communications and
Works Desmond Hoyte.
The Cubana representative in
Guyana, Cesar Alarcon Fonseca,
said the Russian built Illushyn


turboprop has a flight range of
about 3,500 miles and used a
runway of about 7,200 feet. He
said the aircraft was similar to
Alvcio but when an additional strip
of runway was built about 10,000
feet, the Illushyn 18 will be
replaced by the Illushyn 22 jet
which had a capacity for 140
passengers. The Illushyn 18 has 100
seats.
it was hoped the additional
lenght of the airstrip would be built
by Cuban Airlines in collaboration
with the Guyana government.
The regular weekly flight will
depart Jose Marti Airport in Havana
each Wednesday morning arriving
here the same day and departing
Thursday with stops at Barbados
and Trinidad both ways. '
DOMINICA SEEKS TO
SILENCE CIVIL SERVANTS
G(EORGETOWN, GUYANA
(AP) The Guyana Public Service
Association and Guyana Trades
Union Congress have come out in
opposition to legislation introduced
in the Caribbean island of Dominica
providing penalties for dissenting
government workers.
tOIn Iuesday. Dominica Premier
Edward Leblanc's government
reportedly introduced in Parliament
a new Civil Service Act in which
civil servants, who demonstrate
against government, faced a fine of
$500 (U.S.) or up to three months
in jail.
The Guyana Public Service
Association president Norman
Semple, who is also President of
Caribbean Public Service
Association, denounced the act as
"repressive" and said not even
colonial masters had found it
necessary to enact legislation aimed
specifically at civil servants."
He said he had sent a cable to the
Dominica civil service association
pledging solidarity in opposition to
such legislation.
Semple said he was in touch with
the secretary treasurer of the
Caribbean Association James
Manswell of Trinidad about a "line
of action in support of our brothers
in Dominica."


in town, but 6 youths


killed her for kicks

BOSTON (AP) Evelyn Wagler was a stranger in town. The


24-year-old white woman from
look for a job.
She moved into the city's
Roxbury section, which is
predominantly black, and took
up housekeeping with friends,
some black, some white.
Just moments before she
died Tuesday night, Evelyn
Wagler, her body aflame,
walked into a liquor store and
calmly asked the clerk to call
an ambulance.
"Her face was black," said
the clerk, Fred Cortney. "It
was amazing she could even
talk. Her clothes were
smoldering. Her skin was
peeling. She walked in and
said, 'will you please call an
ambulance?' Then she turned
around and walked out, just
like nothing happened."
I'velyn Wagler had been set
on fire by six black youths,
police say. They said the
trouble started about a half
hour before when Miss Wagler
set off down Blue Hill Avenue
in Roxbury to get gasoline for
her stalled car.
Before she could finish her
15-minute walk, police said the
six young blacks jumped her,
dragged her behind an
apartment building and forced
her to drench herself with the
gasoline she carried. Then they
flicked a match and left her to
burn.
Mrs. Wagler had spent the
day Tuesday riding around
Boston looking for a job. On
her way back home that night,
her car ran out of gas, two
blocks from the house.
It was about 9 p.m. she
walked down Wayne Street,
where her friends' neat red
house is located, to get the
gasoline. The street, like most
in that part of the Roxbury
section, had shifted from
predominantly Jewish to
overwhelmingly black over the
past dozen years. Only one
white family remains.
The only nearby service
station was closed, so Evelyn
Wagler walked 11 blocks in the
opposite direction.
Big white lamps lit the
street, and it was quiet. But a
few houses away, it merged
with Blue Hill Avenue, a
teeming, crime-ridden
thoroughfare.


The
mid-ev
men
out o
that 1:
of apa
slurred


Chicago arrived last weekend to

Couples strolled. Sirens
sounded up and down the
avenue.
She had to hurry past liquor
stores, funeral parlours, soul
food restaurants and beauty
shops. Men loitered in
doorways. People stood and
talked at the corners.
Her walk halfway
completed, Evelyn bought a
small can of gas and started
back. She walked through Oak
Hall, one of the many bustling
business districts on the
Avenue.
A few seconds later, at 505
Blue Hill Avenue, she was
stopped. She was only steps
from the state welfare office,
where some of her roommates
work, and she was within sight
of the Episcopal Church on the
comer of Wayne Street.
It was here, according to
police, that the six young
blacks jumped Miss Wagler and
dragged her into a litter-filled
vacant lot behind a yellow
brick apartment house.
They told her to pour the
gasoline on herself, and when
she refused, they threatened
her, investigators said. So then
she doused herself with gas.
and they set her afire, police
said.
Police said there was no
known motive. Apparently
neither robbery nor sexual
assault was involved. No arrests
have been made.
Miss Wagler rolled on the
ground, throwing dirt on the
flames. Then she go up. She
was smouldering, and her long
dark hair was burned to her
blackened scalp.
When Evelyn got onto the
sidewalk, she walked in a daze
past two apartment buildings, a
sandwich shop, a laundry and a
record store. Then she crossed
a street, passed the drunks who
hang out in front of the liquor
store and politely asked for
help.
"Someone yelled, 'get a
blanket. Get a blanket to
throw over her," the liquor
store clerk said.
About four hours later,
Evelyn Wagler was pronounced
dead.


ANNIGONI WILL

PAINT AN ENEMY

INTO HIS PICTURE


FLORENCF. ITALY (AP)
Pletro Annigoni. painter of Queens.
Presidents and Popes, will have a
mystery guest for dinner in the
massive "Last Supper" he is
painting on the wall of an 18th
century Italian church.
"Judas will be recognizable as
one of my enemies." said th.
maestro with a smile of silken
malice. "I am reviving the
Renaissance custom of putting your
friends in heaven and your foes in
hell."
Will Judas be a prominent world
figure?
"No. I am not a political
person," replied the Florentine
master who attained world
prominence in 1955 with his,
controversial portrait of .1
windswept Queen Elizabeth II
wrapped in the robes of the Order
of the Garter. "Let us just say one
of the art entourage."
A critic perhaps?
Annigoni's smile lit up. "Wait
and see, wait and see."
He avoided further identification
of the Judas model and fairly
danced across the floor of his
Florence studio to show t
cardboard mockup of the fresc",
that will cover more than too
square yards on the curved wall
behind the main altar in the little.
church at Ponte Obuggianese in
northern Italy.
"The scene," he said, "will b-
the classical one when ('Chris,t
announces that one of the twelve is
about to betray him. It is difficult
following in the path of the b reat
masters, especially )a Vinci, and,
of course, Christ will b ,
problem."
ANNE'S PRO ILI
Annigoni took the time out trm
the church project to do profiles sIt
Princess Anne and Capt. Mark
Phillips for silver medallsio
commemorating their wedding next
month.
lie has done portraits of
Presidents Kennedy and Johnson,
Pope John XXIII. the Shah and
Empress of Iran. Princess Margaret.
the Duke of Edinburgh, the
Duchess of Kent, the Maharanee 'if
Jaipur and, in 1970, another
portrait of Elizabeth II.
"1I thought she looked sadder
than when I painted her 15 years
before," he recalled. "Something
had changed. She seemed no longer
surrounded by the great devoti,n
that had attended her as a yinge
queen.
Ior the first and more fanmeu,
portrait, done for the F ishmongers
Company, the Queen sat for 16
sittings of an hour or more. She s .,
a difficult subject. She had trout"-
keeping the feeling of the pose."
DEATH SIMILAR TO
SCENE IN MOVIE
BOSTON (AP) l'olice
commissioner Robert Di Gra/ia said
he is disturbed by the similarity
between the fatal burning of a
young woman in Boston's Roxbury
section and television presentation
of the movie "Fuzzz", which
showed youths setting fire to
vagrants for the thrill.
Di Grazia called the Tuesday
night death of the young woman
"an almost unbelievable, vicious
crime." Evelyn Wagler died several
hours after six youths set fire to her
Tuesday night.


Avenue was alive at fH M iR R1rP________i
evening. Knots of young
and boys moved in and
Cf the shadows of trees
ine the sidewalk in front
irtment buildings. DrunksA A
d offers to sell dope.
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Friday, October 5, 1973


UheP ribuer


Ohr Iribuue
NULULus ADDICTUs JURARE IN VERBA MAGISnT
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPl'CtI.Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUP'UCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G.. D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917.1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUtCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


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

EDITORIAL

Head and heart


ByLiTli \\l DUPUC(I
WE ARE living in a purely materialistic age in which men seem
to have lost all reason....and all heart. It would appear that
Christian influences have been pushed into the background.
Nothing could be more disappointing than the Bahamian clergy in
the Bahamas today.
When the history of this period is written two human elements
will dominate the story ....racial hatred and dishonesty, both of
which have festered in the U.S. and spread to the far corners of
the earth.
Black Power is an American creation which has spread far and
wide to undermine the character of many formerly
healthy-minded communities.
Dishonesty in public office is not an American invention. But
because of the influence tile U.S. exercises on the world scene.
the American acceptance of graft as a way of life has influenced
the thinking in most emerging small nations.

You know....I have often said in this column that I like
Americans. They are my favourite people. As individuals they are
gay, friendly ... and generous to a fault. But on the national scene
... it must be realized by everyone that America is a sick nation.
There is evidence of an awakening to this fact in areas of the
nation today and it is hoped that the present
exposures....spearheaded by a free press....will serve to spark a
spiritual revival in the nation.

I have often said in this column that I have never heard of a
serious case of dishonest\ in any forn in the formerly vast British
Colonial Service.
In an Empire that has almost completely disappeared, this
service barely exists today. But it is still here, small as it might be.
I suppose the thin gt that hlas accounted for the high standards
maintained in the British Colonial Service....and in public life
generally in Britain....is the fact that the British people do not
tolerate even "the appearance of evil". The Bible warns that we
should avoid even the appearance of evil.
We have seen sonie very able men disappear from the Parliament
and Government of Britain and whole governments fall because a
member has been touched by the breath of scandal. The Profutmo
affair that brought down the Macmillan Government in Britain
ten years ago is an example of this high code.
Men who become involved in scandals in Britain know they
have to go ... and they just disappear from the public scene
without any hope of ever recovering a place in the affairs of the
nation.
This may seem harsh treatment but it has served to keep
standards of public office high in Britain.

In the U.S. today Teddy Kennedy is still an influential Senator
and will possibly become a future President of the U.S. If he were
in Britain his name would not even appear in the newspapers
because of the scandal in which lie was involved a few years ago.
One hears of a tremendous job that Profumo is doing for social
uplift in the slums of Britain today but it is all done quietly....no
publicity in the newspapers. His name is dead. Public glory has
passed his way and left him behind.
****************
You know standardss for a nation are set by its people.
Anything that is widely accepted h\ people is the standard to be
followed.
Where evil is accepted....evil spreads. It is like a cancer....it just
keeps on eating at the national conscience and the time comes
when the conscience of a people appears to be dead.
There was a time when men and women too were
concerned about their reputation because any stain on the family
escutcheon meant that they were ostracised by their neighbours.
Today evil seems to carry a badge of glamour and so youth now
tends to interpret liberty as licence.

Britain is the one place where public opinion frowns on
corruption....even any appearance of corruption.
A recent Associated Press news dispatch out of London
illustrates what I am talking about.
This dispatch reported that a British legislator has charged that
there is "growing anti-British feeling in I long Kong over the case
of a police chief alleged to have amassed a 330,000-pound or
825,000-dollar fortune while serving in the colony's force.
"The lack of public confidence in the Hong Kong police force
is evident to all in the colony at the moment," said Tom Pendry,
opposition Labourite member of Parliament who has returned to
London from a month's visit to the colony.
"Unless confidence is restored quickly, Britain will be held
responsible by many for any breakdown in law and order that
might ensue," he said.
Pendry said "Britain must be seen to be doing something
positive" in connection with the case of Chief Superintendent
Peter Godber, 51, who tifled Hong Kong two months ago after
being ordered to explain the money deposited in foreign banks.
Godber, the A.P. report continues, came back to Britain and is
now living with his family in the coastal resort of Rye in Sussex
County.
In Hong Kong, the A.P. further reports, another senior police
officer, Superintendent A.P.M. Hunt, was charged last month
with "maintaining a standard of living above that commensurate
with past or present official emolutments "
Pendry reported that while he was in Hong Kong "I suggested
Scotland Yard might be asked to investigate the Godber case and
this suggestion was well received."
+***************


The Associated Press report was published in The Tribune on
September 4th and so you have probably already read it but I
have reprinted the story here today to emphasize the fact that
even today the British Colonial Service is still resisting the
worldwide cancer of corruption of its employees.
This affair is important to the people of Hong Kong....and of
Britain too....because, as I have pointed out in this column on
several previous occasions, Hong Kong is perhaps the best
governed small nation in the world today.... and it is presided
over by only a Governor and a Colonial Secretary' drawn from the
British Colonial Service!

The statement that a police officer in Hong Kong has been
charged with "maintaining a standard of living ibove that
commensurate with past or present official emoluments", should
give the Bahamian people something to think about.


OUR MEN AT THE U.N.


PRIME MINISTER
Lynden Pindling with U.N.
Secretary-general Kurt
Waldheim of Austria in the
latter's 38th floor office in
the U.N. building, New York
prior to lunch on Monday.
Mr. Pindling was in New York
to address the United Nations
General Assembly. He said
the Bahamas delegation
would be authorised to offer
one of the 700 islands of the
Bahamas "as an ideal
compromise location for any
future headquarters of the
United Nations organization
or any one or more of its
agencies.
PHOTO: Howard Glass





THE PRIME MINISTER
with Ambassador Ogbu of
Nigerian Mission at cocktail
party given by Bahamas
delegation October 1, at U.N.
headquarters in New York.


By I he Associated Press
TODAY is I riday. October 5th.
the 278th da, of 1973 there are 87
days left in the year.
HIGtILIGHTS in history on this
date
1972 President Nixon
dismisses charges b iDemocratic
presidential candidate G(eorge
McGovern that the Nixon
government is the most corrupt and
deceitful government in %nmerican
history.
1971 South Vietnam's Vice
President Ks charges that
presidential elections in hits iountrs
have been rigged.
1970 g i.ipt,'s otnlv political
parts names it'n\ar Sadat to
succeed the late President (.tital
Abdel Nasser.
1966 tHighest crinmina.il court in
Iexas reverses murder ctonvic tnt il
Jack Roby and orders nes' trial f r
man accused of killing I ee itirse
Oswald. identified .ias tihe sl.scr 4t
U.S. President Kennedt.
1964 Queen Eli/abetih 11 visits
Canada. Cairo conference if 58
non-aligned states coniven.s but
Moise Tshomnbe of Coingo ist not
permitted to attend.
1962 rench Nitional
Assembly censures proposed
referendum to sansction future
President's elections by popular
mandate: IFranice's (eorge
Piompidou resigns but ( hairli's de
Gaulle asks him to continue in
office.


1961 At the U.N.. Thailand
proposed watchdog committee for
world peace and suggests Berlin is
suitable meeting place. Shah ot I ran
hands over properties ot l'ahiei
foundation for educational and
charitable use.
I 960 South African
referendum favours Republic.
1954 Britain, U.S., Ital\ and
Yugoslavia agree the free territory.
of Irieste should be divided into
Italian and Yugosla" zones.
1I 92 U.S.S.R. ( ommunist
P,irt, opens first ( onttress sinet
I ) I ),
194-7 (" nmunisti contereni.e
in \5 arsaw establishes the
(O'niintorm tio coordinate tile
asct stie's )t I" ,uropean t o(rnutlist
parties.
194" President tlarri S.
I ruman asks Americans not to eat
e.iat i n luesdays and to forego


eating eggs and chicken on'
lhursdays, to huild up a stockpile
of grain for post-war Europe.
1946 I age Erlander, Social
Democrat, becomes Premier of
Sweden on Per Hansson's death.
1939 Russia signs pact \sith
S.ilvia.
193 8 Iduardo Benes resigns as
President of i echosloaklia.
1930 ( Conference of Balkan
Powers opens in N\thens..
1925 ocarno conferencee to,
discuss Wo,)rld \ar one treaties
opens.
1918 Allies announce that
German indenhuryg ine is broken.
191? Allies land troops at
Salonika.
I 910 P'ortugal is proclaimed a
Republic under Theophilo Braga.
1908 Ferdinand I declares
Bulgaria's Independence.
1796 Spain declares war on
Britain


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PRIME MINISTER Lynden
Pindling shown addressing U.N.
general assembly on Monday.
On rostrum left to right: Kurt
Waldhe i m U.N.
Secretary-general. (Austria);
Leopoldo Benites, (Ecuador)
assembly president; and
Bradford Moss, Under-secre-
tary Gen-eral for Political and
General Assembly Affairs.
The Bahamas became the
135th member of the United
Nations on September 18.


*** ********* **
A plaque at the entrance to St. Paul's Cathedral in London
bears a tribute to its architect, Sir Christopher Wren. It reads:
"Wayfarer, if you seek a monument., look around you".
This is a monument to a high, noble and worthy achievement.
This form of directive, might also be placed in a prominent
place in Nassau today. But it would read: "Visitor, if you seek a
monument to evil ... look around you".
Might I suggest to Prime Minister Pindling that he should
appoint a Commission to investigate those members of his
government who today are displaying a standard of living a.11
above that commensurate with past or present official
emoluments?
**** ** ***** *
I suppose that the Bahamian people should be able to look to
their native clergymen to lead in such a crusade....but where is
Christian leadership in the islands today'?
It's the story all over again of Moses breaking the tablets of the
Ten Commandments when he returned from the mountain after
his first communication with God who wrote these
commandments with His own hands, to find the people
worshipping a golden calf!
***************
THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
The love of money is the root of all evil: PHILLIPIANS 6-10

When wilt thou save the people?
Oh, God of mercy! When?
The neonle. Lord, the people!
Not thrones and crowns, but men:- EBENEZER ELLIOTT:


FLAREUP IN N. IRELAND
AFTER LULL
BELFAST (AP) A car bomb
exploded in a Northern Ireland
construction company's yard
Tuesday wounding at least eight
persons.
The blast erupted in Cooks
Town, County Tyrone, and sparked
off a blaze which covered the area
in a huge pall of black smoke. The
inju erd were all struck by a hail of
splintered glass.
Windows over a wide area were
blown out from the explosion
which had been placed inside a
panel truck parked inside the yard.
Earlier two men pushed the
truck away because it was causing
an obstruction. The bomb went off
seconds later.
Police said one man was seriously
injured but the others %sere
discharged after treatment at the
hospital for cuts.
It was not known whether the
explosion was the work of the
diehard "Provisional" Wing of the
Irish Republican Army. These
guerrillas have been waging a bomb
and bullet campaign in Northern
Ireland since 1969. Their aim is to
expel the British from the mainly
Protestant province and unite it
with the predominantly Roman
Catholic Irish Republic in the
south. The sectarian stfife has left a
fatality toll of at least 890.
Protestant extremists have also
set explosions In retaliation for IRA
blasts and police did not say
whether the Cookstown bomb
could have been one of these.


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LADIE'S FEET HAVE RECEIVED the attention of poets
throughout the ages. After hair, of which it was said that it wa,
"a woman's crowning glory." feet came a close second. Prince
Charming shopped for his queen by finding a girl whose foot
would fit into the glass slipper.


In today's more liberated
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not important but the foot,
and consequently the shoe. is
still a focal point of fashion
beauty. And not only for
women men's shoes also take


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MIKE'S SHOE STORE
Bay Street has had ftrts-tiu.
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They visit all the mn
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all tastes from t
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Shoes in simulated
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explained to me that


Shoe Store
ive years, of today's high demand for
customer leather -the cost is high.
11 this to However, if you can afford it
'ir shoes? it's worth the extra money
would tell although the customer can
rtise and rarely tell the difference
value for between the real leather and
the man-made variety. Real
Store leather stretches to foot
le man" movements and is durable. It
factory gives comfort and the price,
ng costs. although higher than the mock
D leather, is not prohibitive.
ajor shoe Mike's are very conscious of
states and the ever-changing fashion
r Mike's picture of today. Years ago
, Spain, shoe styles would sell at any
time. Now, after two or three
cater to months, the styles change and
the very Mike's are right there in front
e high keeping one step ahead of their
nd to all many fashion conscious young
conomy- customers.
st leather The Look for Christmas and
Winter '74 is towards lower
I leather platforms and a slimmer and
father in more elegant look leaning
trained at towards narrower, but not
's Shoe pointed, toes, I was informed.
al leather By the end of October
They Mike's Shoe Store should be
because displaying the new fashions.


Meanwhile they are having a
store wide clearance sale to
make room for this new stock.
Ladies' shoes, believe it or not,
are being sold from $3 with a
saving of up to $10 and there is
also a sale on children's shoes.
Charles has a full Bahamian
staff of seven women and three
men to assist him in the store.

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cwepplaining that they have had no garbage collection service for as long as three weeks.


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Cleansing Superintendent
Carroll E. Rolle told The
Tribune the reports "are not
the truth." He said he would
have no further comment.
But a spokesman for G. R.
Sweeting said the store's refuse
bin on the western side of the
building had not been emptied
for three weeks.
A Tuckaway resident said
the garbage collectors have not
been in his area for at least ten
days.
A resident of the Eastern
Road in the vicinity of the Fox
Hill canal said his area has seen
no garbage trucks for two
weeks, while residents further
east on the Eastern Road
reported their garbage had
been collected last Wednesday.
NO SIGNS
A Tribune photographer
reported there were no signs of
a lack of collection service on
Village Road, despite earlier
reports.
Two weeks ago it was
residents of the highly-congest-
ed Englerston and Bain's Town
districts who complained they
had had no service for three
weeks.
At that time Mr. Rolle
denied reports that service was
poor because a number of
the collection department's 11I
garbage trucks was out of
order. lHe said only one was off
the road, with radiator
problems.
Other sources said at the
time that as an economy
measure, the Ministry had
curtailed collection throughout
the island and was trying to
eliminate as much over-time
work as possible. The source
said the department's 165
collectors cost the Ministry
over $20,000 a week.
While Bay Street, the docks
and hotels continue to get
daily service, the sources said,
other areas previously serviced
twice-weekly have now had
pick-ups cut to once a week.
The sources suggested that
the cost of island-wide garbage
collection had grown so much
business houses should be
made to pay for the service.


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SOME RESIDENTS of Tuckaway Road off
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SEEKS ECC ACTION
AGAINST POLLUTION
BRUSSELS (AP) British
Environment Under-Secretary
Eldon Griffiths asked here Tuesday
for Common Market action against
noise, sea and car pollution.
Opening a British exhibition "for
a total environment," Griffiths said
in a prepared speech that Britain
also wished for Common Market
cooperation in information and
research on pollution and pollution
control technology, as well as a
limited number of specific studies
on, for instance, the paper and pulp
industry for chemicals.
Griffiths also asked for regular
meetings of Common Market
ministers of environment. A first
meeting was held this summer but
only approved general rules, leaving
each member state free to fight
pollution by itself.
Reviewing Britain's achievements
in the fight against air pollution,
Griffiths said: "None of this means,
for the moment, that we have got
air pollution beaten. There is,
indeed, one source of pollution
which is getting worse I refer to
the motor vehicle. We have a duty
within the community, to make
faster progress in reducing fumes
and noise from vehicles. My
country is eager to press on fast
with practical programmes."

BOMBS DAMAGE
MONUMENT AND BUILDING
GUADALAJARA, MEXICO
(AP) Two bombs exploded here
early Tuesday damaging a
monument and a building, police
said.
The bombs exploded between
1:30 and 3:00 a.m. on the fifth
anniversary of a clash between
students and the army that
according to official figures left 35
dead.
Damaged were the monument to
the soldier and a labour union
building, police said.
In Monterrev in Northern
Mexico the 40,000 students of the
University of Nuevo Leon
boycotted classes in mourning for
the students who died in the clash
at the Plaza of Tlatelolco in Mexico
City in 1968. Some people who
were at the Plaza claimed far more
students were killed than officials
admitted.
IMPOSITION OF CONTROLS
ON GAS DISTRIBUTION
WASHINGTON (AP) The
Nixon administration imposed
government control Tuesday on the
distribution of propane gas and
rel uctantly promised similar
controls on home heaitng oil within
a few weeks.
John A. Love, director of the
White House Energy Policy Office,
said imposition of "mandatory
allocation' may not avert fuel
shortages this winter, but would at
least distribute available supplies
fairly.
He said the programmes are
needed "to ensure that no home or
hospital goes without adequate heat
and no farm is without adequate
propane."


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PRINCESS HOTELS MAKE ,


TWO LOCAL PROMOTIONS


FRFEPORT: Promotions of
William "Bill" Sweenev
and Donald "l)on" \rcher
were announced by Leroy
G. Bailey. vice president of
Princess Hotels-Bahamias.
Mr. Sweeney is named general
sales manager oi Princess
hlotels-Bahamas, and Mr.
Archer convention service
manager. The two men will
formn a supervisory sales
team reporting directly to
Mr Baile,
Mr SAweene has a long
suc ess ful eICtplot mient
record in the Bahamas,,. with
his tirst love being sales iHe
senr ed as directorr of sales, tor
Sonesta Beach Hotel & (;olf
Club as ... ,, as at I oews
Paradise Island Hotel &
Villas No stranger to Randnd
Bahama, \lr Ssweenes loins
Prit'ncess toi-tckBahamias on
drand Bajha ia where he
'-.ec\d \ear'., ago as director
oi personnel at the ( rand
Bahama IIote, est e1-nd,
"Mr Archer. 25 scars old, has
shsmn hi,, natural talent tor
the hotel busincs hb hard


work and ability in
encouraging the convention
tourist to feel at home on
Grand Bahama," a press
release from the hotel said.
Mr. Archer joined King's Inn
in 196) at the front desk
after completion of his
schooling at Queen's
College, Nassau. Ray Vogue
School of Arts. 'hicago, and
Drake Business School in
New York.
Mr. Bailey said he is optimistic
that a local central sales
organization, along with the
tremendous efforts being
made Princess Hotels
International, under the
direction of Walter Sommer
senior vice president, will
revitalize Freeport as a
major sales destination.
REMINISCENT OF FRENCH
CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES
UNITED NATIONS (AP) I he
Saudi Arabian and Chilean
ambassadors tried to shove each
other .oa \ from the lectern of the
S'.N. (Gneral Assembly in a hot
discussion of the Chilean situation
todai.


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SAN '" SIItO), 'A IIORNI -
(At') I'lagued by the greatest
humaniii I' d ot illegal aliens ever,
thief I'.S. border patrol is using
sopliistiated sensing equipment
.ant ii:.u t Ceer oilther trick
I t latest is the steel cable
strinmtl between posts of steel and
coll retic 1 feet apart. I lie heavy
%sV Cii strands it steel offer a
f ,rcbodiiig look from the south.
where aliens i and alien smugglers
l;L .e sliped into tile United States
throiuhi tit tr.adition.tl barbed wire
iir Ini ly 'ears.
"liBore \\- instilled the cable,
S)tai\ Mesa 1,.is like a freeway," says
\. J. i(;linan. all assistant chief of
ithe ( hula Vista sector of the border
patrol.
"As soon as it got dark, cars
so uId start moving across the
border with the peak of activity
be )t\\Cen niidnight and 2 a.m., then
picking uip gain about an hour
utre ti able likee. the
iiiit ti le cable, like ttie


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A GLAMOUR GIRL WITH A RADIANT SMILE welcomes the
client to her desk at F.I.N.C.O.'s front door. Her name? Arnett
Bateman. At F.I.N.C.O. she is Savings Officer, responsible for the
opening of savings and fixed deposit accounts.


"Meeting people is my thing,"
she says, and in this job I
come in contact with people
from every walk of life. Some
aren't too easy to deal with.
but it's a challenge to make
them feel relaxed first and let
things run smoothly
afterwards."
Besides being at home with
statistical data, Miss Bateman
has melodic persuasion so it's
relatively easy to sway people
her way. An expert on the
piano and organ, her piano solo
placed first in the Bahamas
Music Festival for 1966.
In '67 she was graduated
from Bahamas Baptist High
School. an especially good
student in mathematics. She
ventured into the banking
world as a proof teller at the
Fast Street branch of The
Royal Bank of (anada.
After a year there, Miss
Bateman decided to study
music at North Greenville
Junior College. Greenville.
South Carolina where she
majored in music (paino) and
minored in voice. On her
return to Nassau in 1970 she
accepted the post of assistant
statistics officer at the
Department of Statistics for
two years. In this capacity she
supervised the editing and
microfilming of census
schedules.
At F.I.N.C.O. since last
October, Miss Bateman. an
ardent believer in women's
rights, says "F.I.N.C 0O. is one
of the most liberated banks on
the island and I'm glad to see


so many women in top
positions here."
At one period in life, Miss
Bateman wanted to be a music
tutor to secondary school
children, but she's happy that
she's given up the idea. "Now
I'm back in the bank business,
I'll stick with it." she says,
"and at F.I.N.C('.O. where my
co-workers are so pleasant and
helpful, sticking around is
more than enjoyable."
In December FINCO will
send Miss Bateman to Chicago,
where she will take a six-week
on-the-job training programme
at the Chicago Federal Savings
and Loan Association. This will


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ARNETT BATEMAN
include courses in various
facets of teller and savings
operations. Later next year she
hopes to take a correspondence
course with The Institute of
Bankers, London, in accounts
and bookkeeping.


barbed-wire fence it is replacing,
can he cut. (ilman said he has
found the one-inch steel border
clipped and a hole big enough for a
truck to clear.
Richard Batchelor, deputy cjiefl
of the border patrol's agent section,
said the steel cable fence standing
3'/ feet high is being placed only
where there is access from a
Mexican by-road.
So far it is strung for two miles,
with another mile to go.
The government stations 102
patrolmen along the international
line from the Pacific to Imperial
County with Gilman's sector
encompassing Southern California
as far north as San Luis bypassing
Los Angeles.
The "sensor centre." using
trusted military devices, provides a
series of lights on panels to alert
officers to the spot where an alien
may be trying to cross illegally.
Among the sensors is one set off by
any movement such as footprints or
a rolling vehicle while a third is
infrared, responding to heat.


U.S. JAZZ MAN

COMING TO

SPA HERE
STAN GETZ, the American
jazz saxophonist is the latest
celebrity to book into the
Renaissance Revitalization Spa
at Cable Beach.
Mr. Getz, accompanied by
his wife, is due to arrive in
Nassau on Sunday afternoon
from New York. IHis latest
Columbia Records hit is
labelled "The Renaissance
Man."


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THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION and Culture is
furnishing trophies which will be awarded in the National
Youth Congress Speech Writing Competition which is to be
conducted soon. The Ministry is encouraging the Congress
to make this a yearly event. Shown above with the trophies,
from left to right are: Mr. Baltron Bethel, Permanent
Secretary to the Ministry of Education and Culture: the
Minister, the Hon. Livingstone N. Coakley: Mr. Carlton
Martin, president of the National Youth Conference: Mr.
Edmund Moxey, M.P., Parliamentary Secretary,
Community and Youth Development: Mr. Leslie Rolle, of
the Youth Congress, and Mr. Crispin Benjamin, Under
Secretary, Ministry of Education and Culture. PHOTO By
Wendell Cleare


National Youth Congress'


announce first annual


'National Speech Contest'
THE NATIONAL YOUTH CONGRESS is organizing its first
annual national speech contest to be held in conjunction with the
11Ministry of Education and Culture, Quality Market and Gold and


Silversmith Limited.
I liti' i ain purposes of the
) t are to promote a
ken'r 'sense Ot awareness
,11tng Bahalllian youths
lowodas topical and relevant
I Inues 111 lhicir l l lllilli,,. to
help 11 ptl nllciirg Igood public
-pekirs,'. to provide an annual
public forlin tfor airing youth
IC s (on national and
intcliniItional issues anditl to
c-milpile a book of speeches of
p.pec iili interest to National
Youth ( congress and tile
l3ih 1111111l public.
l1 i- latest ot' facially starts
')[I \ ,\meihber 10( andi will run
indet initely. Bahainia ns
bet'vecn the ages of 15 years
.iil 25 cars 'in enter. I hey
(the co ti stlA!',l t will Ie
llSded idnto two age groups'
I to 1' yscars Junilors 20 to
5 \cars Seniors.r
lln lori;,l ion ,inld application
to ims to nter the contest can
be obtained from any C('entral
(' council ilenihebr Ior from
(rlton Martin (Box \-4532:
phol ne 31'i' 3), Sauity Baini
Sphlone 35184) o'r Kirknuarid
Sey, milolr ( m (Box N ) -).
SIftcr October 1
,ipplcation torms call also be
1'iltallutd h\ inlterelst'led persons
in New Provildlence fro m
utialitx Market I(B. .) or (GOil
anild Silversmiith.
lii erestI.rt l persons in tlie
I allil\ I'sliilt ma\ write to
ani\ of the abovt'e mentioned
boxes for information andI
applicatloll formis.
"Persons in New Providence
nltending to take part in tile


contest are required to submit
co pleteld forms to National
Youtli congresss before
October 29th. 1 le deadline for
receiving I'amily Islands
Page 8, Col. 8


KIWANIS

XMAS CARD
THE KIWANIS of Cable
Beach are selling their own
Christmas card this year. The
card designed by Brent Malone,
is being sold in boxes of 25,
and can be obtained from
members.


Let manager, not you,

handle noisy patrons

By Abigail Van Buren
c 173 Oy Chicago trnbune-N. Y. News Syni.. Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I took my wife out to dinner in the best
restaurant in our small town to celebrate our third anniver-
sary-the first one we had ever spent together because I
had been in Viet Nam.
At a nearby table sat a group of older people. They all
obviously had had too much to drink because they became
so loud and boisterous that we and other patrons couldn't
carry on a conversation.
This went on all during dinner, so while we were wait-
ing for our dessert, I went over to this noisy bunch and
asked if they would kindly lower their voices.
My wife says I should have complained to the manager
and let him handle the situation. I feel that the manager
would have probably lost customers if he had done so,
while I had nothing to lose. What is your opinion?
A QUIET KENTUCKIAN
DEAR QUIET: If you waited until the dessert to tell
the noisy bunch to pipe down, you waited too long. As soon
as it became apparent that they were preventing you from
carrying on a conversation you should have talked to the
manager. HE might have preferred to risk losing a couple
of customers to your losing a couple of teeth.
DEAR ABBY: Dick and I married after going together
for about two years. He had gone with Helen [made-up
name] for 3'z years, breaking up with her to go with me.
Dick and I just bought a new home and now I learned
that Helen, who recently married, bought the house directly
across the street.
I trust my husband and know he wants nothing to do
with Helen, but she has different ideas. She doesn't want
Dick, but she doesn't want us to be happy together, either.
She has been bitter toward me ever since Dick left her to
go with me.
I work days and Dick works nights, and I just know
Helen will be over here talking and being friendly with
Dick when I'm gone. It bothers me because I'm sure she
will feel he still cares for her if he is friendly to her, and I
want her to know he cares only for me.
How should I act? I don't like to be unfriendly to my
neighbors but I'm afraid if I give her any encouragement,
she'll be here seeing Dick when I'm away. JEALOUS
DEAR JEALOUS: You are doing a lot of second-guess-
ing with regard to what Helen thinks. Don't pretend a
phony neighborliness where none exists, just be civil. And if
your jealousy can't be overcome with mature judgment,
you can always change to the night shift.
DEAR ABBY: The letter from "The Other Kids" who
thought grown, educated, working children should live at
home for free prompted this letter.
It's up to the parents to finish the job they started by
insisting their grown children support themselves.
A feeling of self-worth is one of the greatest treasures
one can possess. But it must be earned. Well-meaning
parents who continue to support their adult children long
after they are able to support themselves do them no
favors. They are depriving them of one of life's most valua-
ble assets. MRS. C. R., SHELTON, WASH.
DEAR MRS. R.: To which I say: "Amen!"
DEAR ABBY: I am planning a 3 p. m. church wed-
ding. I will wear a long white wedding gown and veil, and
everyone in the wedding party will be in formal attire.
The groom, who is a Baptist minister, insists on wear-
ing a white business suit! My mother is having hysterics
and says only a tuxedo will do. I'd rather have him wear a
tuxedo, but I feel it's his wedding, too, and he should be
able to wear what he wants.
What is your opinion? THE BRIDE
DEAR BRIDE: If the groom is to be correctly attired.
he should wear formal wedding clothes, but if he insists
upon wearing a white suit, the world won't come to an end
if he does. [He must be a "Good-Humored" Baptist minis-
ter.i

CONFIDENTIAL TO OVERWORKED AND BEAT IN
N. Y. C.: Don't work so hard at making a good living that
you fail to make a good life.


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to celebrate Discovery Day

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DISCOVERY DAY celebration next
rI da.iiv October 12, will be the colourful National Youth Parade
aild Display in the morning ait ( ilfford Park and the inauguration
ot the New World Discovery Quincentenniel Trust at thie
Discoverv Day Banquet to be held that evening in the ballroom of
lth Sonlesta Beach Hotel
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CP.PA GROUP IN IU.K
C.P.A. GROUP IN U.. Onslow, Parlaimentary Under-Secretary of State of
Aerospace.


COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENTARIANS SEE
CONCORDE PRODUCTION LINE -- a group of
Commonwealth Parliamentarians, one of several to visit the
factory, pictured in the Concorde assembly hall at the
British Aircraft Corporation factory at Filton, Bristol. With
the group are (right) Mr. F. J. Price, the BAC aircraft
production manager and (fourth from right) Mr. Cranley
Y/ -q_


The visitors, some of the 200 delegates to the recent
Nineteenth Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference in
London, saw the assembly of the production Concordes
the one in the background is No. 4 during a visit to
Filton arranged for them by the United Kingdom branch of
the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association.


MISS BAHAMAS IS GETTING AROUND
FLANKING MISS BAHAMAS 1973, Agatha Watson, are policemen Dennis Wells (left)
and Rubin Smith. The men, along with Miss Bahamas took part in a recent Goombay
Ford Festival in Ft. Lauderdale, sponsored by Luke Bolton Ford and Mackey
International Airlines. She was chaperoned by Mrs. Vernice Cooper, treasurer of the
Bahamas Beauty Pageant Committee, sponsors of the annual Miss Bahamas Contest. Miss
Bahamas also visited Tehachapi, California recently for a "Bahamas Night" sponsored by
the Grand Bahama Development Company, parent company of Stallion Springs Lodge
where she stayed She was chaperoned by Mrs. Joan Neely. On October 11, she will visit
Jamaica, one of her prizes for capturing the Miss Bahamas title. While there she will be a
guest of the Sheraton Kingston Hotel and will be hosted by the Jamaica Festival
Committee. Transportation will be provided by Air Jamaica.


FOLLOWING are St. Anne's
High School G.C.E. "0" level
results.
Cornelia Adams, English
Literature: Delores Adderley,
English Language Credit.
Colin Brown, Religious
Knowledge, English Language;
Donna Burke, English
Language, English Literature
Credit. Religious Knowledge,
Latin Credit: Gregory Burrows,
Accounts Credit, English
Language Credit, English
Literature Credit, French,
General Science Distinction,
Geography Credit, History
Credit. Latin Credit, Religious
Knowledge.
Veneria Campbell, English
Language Credit: Peggy Carey,
English Language, English
Literature, Religious
Knowledge; Peter Caroll, Art
Credit. English Language
Credit; Deborah Cartwright,
Latin; Dorsine Charlton,
English Language Credit,
English Literature Credit,
French Credit, Latin Credit.
Religious Knowledge; Jacinthe
Clarke, Accounts, English
Language Credit.
John David, Art Credit,
English Language Credit,
Geography Distinction, History
Distinction; Anthony Davis,
Accounts: Floyd Davis. Art
Credit. Religious Knowledge:
Nannette Deal. English
Language Credit, English
Literature, General Science;
Anthony Dean, Art Credit,
English Language, Geography,
Maths; Gwen Dean. English
Language Credit. English
Literature Credit, French,
Religious Knowledge; Edison
Deleveaux, English Language,
General Science, Geography,
Maths: David Duncombe,
English Language.
Beulah Gardiner, English
Language, English Literature,
Religious Knowledge Credit;
Ricardo Gibson, Art Credit,
English Language, Geography,
Latin.
Joy Jarrett, English


Barbara Johnson,
Language Credit;
Johnson, English
Credit, Geography;


Grace Johnson, English
Language Credit. English
Literature. Religious
Knowledge Credit; Villan
Johnson, Maths.
Blanton Kemp, English
Literature, History Credit
Pat ricia King, Religious
Knowledge Credit; Andrea
Knowles, Maths; Barbara
Ann Knowles, English
Language Credit. English
Literature Credit, tHistory:
Barbara G. Knowles. Accounts,
Art, English Language Credit.
English Literature Credit,
French Credit, General
Science, Geography
Distinction, History Credit,
Latin Distinction, Religious
Knowledge; Bernadette
Knowles. English Language.
Crystal Lightbourn, English
Language Credit, French.
Kalvol Mackey, Art, English
Literature.
Geoffrey Neeley, Art,
Geography Distinction,
THREATENS TO FAST IN
PROTEST OF TREATMENT
DUBLIN (AP) Gerry O'llare
jailed for one year Tuesdaiy for
being a member of the Irish
Republican Army, said hei is
prepared to fast until death ti,,
protest his treatment.
O'Hare's threat came as the Irish
government refused to accept
responsibility if any of eight men.
including O'Hare, held in Dublin's
Mountjoy prison, di- from their
hunger strike.
IRA sources claim the men h.;ve
refused all food for 19 days to back
up a demand to be treated as
political prisoners.
O'Hare, a 32-year-old journalist,
was convicted at Dublin's special
criminal court under emergency
laws which require only the opinion
of a senior police officer that the
accused is a member of the IRA
which is banned in the Irish
Republic.
Evidence was given by Chief
Superintendent John Fleming who
said it was his belief that O'Hare
was a member of the IRA on July
13. Fleming said that was the day
the diehard "Provisional" Wing of
the IRA gave a news conference in
Dalkey near Dublin.
O'Hare admitted he was a
"political activist.'
'I was motivated by
discrimination and religious bigotry
in the city where I lived Belfast -
and my family was forced to flee
that part of the state over which
this state claims sovereignty,"
O'Hare told the court.


PHOTO: Fred Maura


MISS DISCOVERY

CONTENDER

ALTHEA WILLIAMS,
(above) a 1 7-year-old resident
of Sands Subdivision is
another entrant in this year's
Miss Discovery Day Pageant,
scheduled to be held October,
8 at Le Cabaret Theatre, on
Paradise Island.
The daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Williams, she is
a 1973 graduate of Queen's
College.
Althea's measurements are
32-24-37 and she weighs 120
lbs.
Her hobbies are sewing,
modeling and meeting people.
She wants to become a
speech therapist.

YOUTH

From Page 7
applications is November 2nd. '
said a press release.
"Arrangements are presentlI
being made tor conducting lthe
contest in the Fiamily islands.
"National Youth I('oigrcL "
will seek the assistance, ot
youth organizations and o tilhe
civic groups in the Fanmily
Islands. Family Islands civic
groups presently ready to assist
in organising the contest art
asked to contact National
Youth Congress.
"Trophies, plaques and
certificates will be awarded.
Every contestant will receive a
memento." the release said.


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STEP-BY-STEP QUIZ


THE EMPHASIS is on
bidding this week. Here is a
different kind of bidding quiz,
taking you step by step
through the auction on a
number of hands. The
conditions are: rubber bridge
of fair quality, a sensible
partner, both sides vulnerable,
and you occupy the South seat
throughout. (35 points =
expert. 28 = good bidder 20 =
average)

Q 93 2
10974
K J
Q75

After two passes, North says
INT. East passes. What do you
bid? Ans: 2 Clubs ... 5 pts
2 NT ... 3 pts
You should be concerned
about finding whether a 4-4 fit
in either major suit exists
between the two hands, and a
Stayman 2C is the way to find
out.
2. Same hand. Partner
responds 2 Diamonds,
indicating that he does not
hold 4 cards in either major.
What is your next bid? Ans: 2
NT ... 5 pts


3NT... 2pts
You should allow for
partner holding a minimum of
16 points for his INT. in which
case he will pass your 2NT. If
he has 18, he will go on to
3NT, and if he has 17, he will
take a view.
3. Fresh hand. Again as
dealer, you hold:


J 97 5 2
3
654
Q 104 2


The bidding starts:

S W N E
pass 1 S dble pass

What is your bid?
Ans: 2 Clubs ... 5 pts
INT... 2pts
pass ... I pt
It is extremely rarely that
you will defend successfully
against a contract of I Spade
doubled with that hand. Also,
by bidding INT (to show
"something in Spades") you
are prompting partner who
may have a singleton or void in
Spades to try at a higher


level in a red suit, which
wouldn't please you. By far the
best bid is an honest 2 Clubs.
4. The auction continues:


S
pass
2C


W N E
1 S dble pass
pass 3 If pass


What do you do now?
Ans: pass ... 5 pts
3 NT ... I pt
Partner's hand could be:

K
AQJ 1097
AQ 2
K 9 5
There is a consolation award
for 3NT, because if West has
the King of Hearts, and if he
gives you a Spade trick on the
opening lead, you might just
make it. But 3 Hearts is about
the limit on the hands, and
your own weak holding ought
to compel you to pass.
5. East is the dealer, and he
opens the proceedings with a
pre-emptive bid of 3
Diamonds. This is your hand:
K J 3
872
76532
A Q
What is your bid over 3 D?
Ans: pass ... 5pts
dble ... 1 pt
A double would be a wild
gamble, which sometimes
would come off, but which is
more likely to have most
unfortunate results.
6. You correctly decide to
pass, West passes, and now
North says 'double'. East
passes, and it's up to you again.
What is your bid?
Ans: pass ... 5 pts
3 Spades. 3 pts
4 Spades 2 pts.
The argument against
enthusiastic action in Spades is
not merely that you hold only
3 yourself; partner is marked
with at least one 5-card major.
The danger is that East is
almost certainly short in both


flHC0lll


majors, which makes it
increasingly likely that the
trumps will be stacked against
you in the West hand. In
defence against 3D doubled
and vulnerable, however. you
wouldn't have to strain to
make a handsome plus score.
and after all, this is rubber
bridge!
7. North deals. Thc
opponents are silent. You
hold:
none
J 4 2
1098
A K QJ 108 2


Partner opens 1 Spade \What
is your response?'
Ans: 2 Clubs ... 5 pts
It is almost always wrong to
force when you have a void in
partner's suit. lHe is going to
bid again, and you can take a
further decision then.
8. He now rebids 3 Spades.
What is your next move?i
Ans: 5 Clubs ... 5 pts
4 Clubs ... 3 pts
4 Spades ... I pt.
3 No Trump ... I pt
The features outside your
Club suit really don't justif.
your going to game in Spade.s
without a single trump for
partner. It you hid 4 Clubs
only tie will probably pass,
and the chances ot game must
be quite high. You would be
distinctly unlucky to lose 3
tricks in the red suits straight
off, because partner must have
something apart from Spades
for his opening bid. The other
reason for bidding a direct 5
Clubs is to prevent partner
from even thinking about
Blacksood. 'You shous\ one Ace
by bidding 5 Dl)iamonds, and
then you are already too high
for 5 Clkihs, and more likely
hound for 5 Spades doubled. A
firm jump to 5 Clubs gives
partner all the message that he
needs to make a disciplined
pass.


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Arrived today: Mardi (;ras,
Southward from St. Thomas
Sailed today: Mardi Gras,
Southward for Miami
TIDES
Tides: High 2.47 a.m. and
3.08 p.m.
Low 8.42 a.m. and 9.27


SUN
Sun: Rises 6.03 a.m.
Sets 5.55 p.m.


WEATHER
Wind: South-easterly 5 to 1 2
mn.p.h.
Weather: Occasionally
cloudy with a few widely
scattered showers.
Sea: Smooth to slight
Temp: Min. tonight 74
Max: tomorrow 85

MOON
Moon: Rises 2.22 p.m.
Sets 12.53 a.m.


WEEKLY AIR SERVICE BETWEEN CUBA & BARBADOS


BRIl)(GI TOWN, BiARIAD)OS
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C'ubana, has aiipplied to thlie air
transport licencing authority in
Bridgetown for permission to
operate a cceekly service between
Havana and Bridgetown.
Cubana is expected to run the
same service into Iort-of-Spain.
Trinidad, alnd Timerhi, Guyana, as
intermediary) stops on the way to


West Africa and Moscow.,
It was nlot known w\hl-i the
service would start, but the lint' iiC
will i roinh;lhl hbe gr'ant'l h\ n>'\tI
ionth. according Ito a iguv.niirlilrn
spo)kesman.i.

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Jamaica and I rinidad and 10hbaI,.
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C11731
NOTICE is hereby given that
ROLLINS LLOYD WATER
of Kemp Road, Nassau is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twentv-eiqht days from the28t.,
day ot September 1973 to The
Mi n istei responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11706
NOTICE is hereby given that
FRANCIS BAPTISTE of
Montell Heights, off Robinson
Road, N.P. is applying to the
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
28th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


C11725
NOTICE is hereby given that
LILLIAN GERTRUDE
DELANCEY of Palm Beach St.
Englerston 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
whily registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 28th day of Sept.
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality ant
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.
C11730
NOTICE is hereby given that
ROSITA OLYMPIA WATER
of Kemp Road, Nassau is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 28th
day of September 1973 to The
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11700
NOTICE is hereby given that
BRENDA MARY DOWNING of
Smith's Apts Bay Street,
Nassau, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality arid Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 28th day of
September 1973 to The
M i n sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.
C11699
NOTICE is hereby given that
MRS. HELGA GIANCOLA of
Westward Villas, Nassau, N.P.
is applying to the Ministei
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 28th day/ of
September 1973 to The
Minister r espoilsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11737
NOTICE is hereby given that
MARC AURELE VINCENT of
Riviera Towers, P.O. Box
F-770 Freeport. Grand Bahama
Island is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship.
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any


person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of tihe
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 28th day of
September 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.


C11726
NOTICE is hereby given that
ROBERT SHEFFIELD
DELANCEY of Palm Beach St.
Engletston is applying to the
M in ister responsible to:
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-e9ght days
from the 28th day of Sept.
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. ox ;-71iz7,
Nassau.


I


C11723
NOTICE is hereoy given that
LILLIAN BEATRICE STUBBS
of Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
28th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau.


Cl1718
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOHNNIE iEADLE of Blue
Hill Road, South is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalization as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should riot
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days froi the
28th dlay of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11722
NOTICE is hereby given that
NAVANCE ACH t UNDRA
HANDFIELD of Fight Mrirl
Rock, GIand Bahama is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for egistration as
a citizen of The Bahanas, and
that any person who knows
any reason wiy egistatiotn
should not be granted shirculd
send a wi itten and signed
statement of the facts witi in
t ... i .i Ilf days f lui the
28th (lay of Sept. 1973 to The
M in ister i responsible for

0. Box N7147, iassdh.


C 11 719
NOTICE is hereby given that
LOURINA MARY WILLIAMS
of Eight rl'ile Rock, Grand
Bahama is applying to the
Min sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 28th day of
Sept ember 1973 to The
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
O Box N7147, Nassau.

C 11717
NOTICEF is hereby given that
EVAN R ICHARD COX of
Sans Souir, P. 0. Box N4415,
Nassau is applying to the
Mi nirstetr r responsible for
Nationality arid Citizenship,
for i egistration as a citizen
of The Bahanras, arind that any
person who knows any reason
why i lgisthation should not be
grante.i should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 28th day of
September 1973 to The
vI ,I--et responsible for
[ iat sii,-:lit arid Citizenship P.
0. '-- 17147. NassaLi .

Cl II'i25
NOTICF is hereby given that
CARVISON THOMAS
EDWARD WILLIAMS of
lHavent Subdivision is applying
to the Minister responsible for
Natioraiity and Citizenship,
fot i rgistation as a citizen of
1he 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 5th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.


Cl 1921
NOTICE is hereby given that
ADLAID LFWFS CARTER of
Sight MilIe Rock, Grand
Biahara is applying to the
li nisteri i responsible for
Nationality and Citizesnhip,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
perso i who knows any reason
why registration should not be
itanited should send a written
ard signed statement of the
facts v.ithin twenty-eight days
from the 5th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C1 1714
NOTICE is hereby given that
ESI ANILL CALIZAIRO of
F eepo it, Grand Bahama 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 28th day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Pox N7147, Nassau.


NoME


C 7 2 9,,


C11729
NOTICE is hereby given that
THEOPHILUS LEMUEL
WILLIAMS of Gennet Street,
N.P. is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
28th day of September 1973,
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11741
NOTICE is hereby given that
LUELLA WILBUR POWELL
of Tedder Street Palmdale Box
172 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-eiqht days from the
28th day of September 1973
to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenshop, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C11709
NOTICE is hereby given that
ARTHUR DAVID
WHITMORE of Tyler St.
Chippingham Nassau is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality andt
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 28th day of September
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147,
-0assa tI.

(C 11734
NOTICE is hereby given that
RENE BOWE of West St.
Nassau Bahamas, is applying to
tlhe Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
fr naturalisation as a citizen
of The Baharmas, and that any
poi son vho knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
.f tIhe facts within
twenty-eight days from the
28th day of Sept. 1973 to The
S i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
i. [Lox N/147, Nassau.


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C11712
NOTICE is
PATRICK
Fox Hill,


rheleby given thiit
A. I OUIS(ON f)
NA.P. Baiaias is


applying to the Ministi,
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registhatimon r ,
a citizen of The Bahamai, a d
that airy person ', ho ki-r.
any reason why regishati at
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts rvithb,
twenty-eight days iinr tIe
28th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality arid C.ittiz i 4 ii:,
P.O. Box N/147, -ass'u.


C11733
NOTICE is hereby given that
T H 0 M A S N i NI S
!ESs,'l.\UGLE S if Srut
Beach Estate, Nf.P.l s apply iij
to the Minister re-sponsibhl for
Nationality and ( iti-en'hip,
for naturalisation as a cw t e zc:
of Thie Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why natuialisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
28th day of Sept. 1973 to The
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11735
NOTICE is hereby given thi.t
SAUWl Ail OrINL of i.ar ket St,
Nassau, .iBhmas is applying v to
tile .imstei i espolnsible for
Nat ional it,, and Cit ionship,:
fo Inat ialisation as ai tizenl
of Tile Biaharlas and that any
peisr,. hr'h knows anly reason
why iiattlli rislt'l tn should not
be qganted should send a
written aid sitned statement
of tihe facts within
tv.ernt -eIrlit days from the
28th day of Sept. 1973 to The
IV iiSt I is responsible rot
National i, antd Citiaensh i P-
O. P.or N/14 7, Nassau.


C11711
NOTICl is hereby given that
EE KI t- L BELNJAf.IN
WILLt IA1 S of Soldier Poad,
Nassau is applying to the
M in iste r .. i i, for
Natiorality and Citizenship,
for leistIration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows ainy reason
vwhy registration should not be
iganted should send a written
and signed statement of tlhe
facts within twenty-eight days
ti o': the 28th day of
Se(ptc'!ibe 1973 to The
iiist:i i responsible for
Nationalityv and Citizenshtiri P.
o. Box N'71 7. Nassau.


Si 1 720
NOT ICE is hereb v given that
IR IS IRi ,r MAtR( !L LIN of
1.3 I lio!)bstei iv( I i eepo I t,
ciain iHaharia is applying to
thi., vilistir It. e poiir Ihle fir
r iat )o alitv an(l (. itilenstis p,
foil i egisatit in as a itize ln of
The Bal iaWas, adld that arly
peison whoi knows anry reason
,vtv iengistiat ion shoulti not be
gr anted shoiould send a wi itten
a ind signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
trom the 28th day of
September 1973 to The
Ml i sister i responsible foa
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C 11915
NOTICE is hereby given that
BERNARD FRANZ SOMMER
of Tieglon Building Apt. G.
Cable Beach, New Providence
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 frorn the 5th
day of October 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


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C11713
NOTICE is hereby given that
GUILLUME W. FERTIL of
Sea-Grape Grand Bahama 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
homr the 28th day of
September 1973 to The
M in ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11647
NOTICE is hereby given that
CAROLINE AUGUSTA
HAMILTON of Abraham St.,
off St. James Road, Nassau, is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person
who knows any reason why
registration should not be
granted should serd a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 28th day of
September 1973, to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11695
NOTICE is hereby given that
PIERRE MONTEL of East Bay
Street, N. P. is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
28th day of September 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C11724
NOTICE is hereby given that
HUBERT ROY HACKER of
Cow Pen Road, Nassau,
Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
-for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
28th day of Sept. 1973 to The
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C 11922
NOTICE is hereby given that
FLOYD MILTON FORBES of
Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama is applying to the
M i n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 5th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C11920
NOTICE is hereby given that
INOGENE GRAY of Freeport,
Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 5th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147,
Nassau.


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Cl1721
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that any per son 0ii;- n'i'ws
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Cl11919
NOTICE is hereby given that
THiOMAS C. GRAY of
l reepor t, Grand Baharma
applying tu the MlIn tert
responsible ton Natiorrality and
Citizeriship.to f' registration as
a Litizen of The Bahamas. and
that any perso-- who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
ttatemerit ot the fact, within
twenty-eight day, ,rom the bth
day of October 1973 to The
.M r n sister responsible for
National t and Citizen-ahp. P.
O Box N57147, Nassau.
( f 1 23
NOT IC is hereby given that
AL B1 RT ROY THOMAS of
Ni I.,Ju Village, Nassau,
iahaamras is aIplyIring to the
M i, sister responsible for
Nat iornality arid Citizenship,
on iegistratiori as a citizen of
Thtie Bahamas. and that any
prn n whi o knows any r eason
.v i t gwjisgtration should not be
-,--ted should send a written
j d sinld statement of the
tin ts within twerity-eight days
- Ilhe 5'th d ayof tOctober
-'- M *o The Minister
's o i; -i ie '. I Nationality and
( it-',,. p, ) P 0 Box N7147.


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n' int 1 i ,.tcd 1in exclusive
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"- .. in mnd all sIhopping.
2 1 72;' (day)
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'HY I Ri T VW; S .L LL
r'ed houso, i o rI listings
t, r (ettin() exhausted Ring or
( r in(, and list with us. This is
ur ?28th year DIAL 22033.
SAM .'AN OS REALTY
COMPANY
1183C0
SAN SOUCI furnished 2
bdrli oons, 2 bat rooms house
for sale. Well maintained, close
to s schools, pleasant
surroundings. Price $47,000 or
nearest offer. Phone 21741/2


REAL ESTATE


C 11494
FOR SALE
WINTON 3 bedroom 3
bathroom with large grounds,
patio. cellar. good sea view.
$85.000.
NASSAU EAST 3 bedroom,
2:- bathroom with garage on
large corner lot $37,500.
NASSAU EAST 120 x 120
hilltop lot with sloping
approach $10,000. Phone
41466.


C1 1703
FOR PROMPT attention andr
g)od service whether you wish
to buy a home, sell or list call
Mrs. Fvans at Bill's Real Estate
23921.
We can offer houses in all
price ranges and in all sections
of Newv Providence at
r ipetitive prices.
5 p717
FOR SALE
2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses in
t he following prestigious
areas:
Westward Villas Skyline
Heights
Highland Park The Gr eve
Gieninston Gardens Sea
Bree e
Imperial Park Johnson
Terrace
Nassau East- Winton
Eastern Road Camperdown
Blar Estates Golden Gates
Estate
:IGHBURY PARK as well
-;here ever you want it
IN ADDITION
COM MiRCIAL AN D
RE SIDENTIAL ots or a,:erage
r New Providence and Fainilv
Isl.,ids
Hot.i sites and mnor- I' 1 t's oal
,sate .t nii,.' it ,

DAVSFON'S RE AL E S1ATE
AGENCY
Corner Byv & E ast St re cC
Phone: 21178 on 55408
P 0 Box N464,-:
Nassau, Bahamacs
or cIable
DAVCO'
C11365
One 4 bedroom ($50,000) and!
one 2 bedroom ($26,000)
fm nishea, air cond itioned
house in Stevenson's Divisior
Telephone 5-1147 evenings.

C11916
GREAT HARBOUR CAY
BERRY ISLANDS
i.1',000 square feet private
building plot near 15th green
and beach. Valued at $1 2,300.
Must sell. Leaving Bahamas.
Telephone 77901 evenings
McKenzie, Box N1 109.

FOR LEASE
L11806
BAR R ESTAUR ANN
KITCHICN LICENCE
p ; L: I p e1d ini LI sic an d
d nnc ing-liqht and water
included $250 per week. Phone
21848.

FOR RENT

C11707
1 1, 71)m7
.,\ iNIrr1%rliE 2 beclioi-.
;pa atn.ic-nt. ood location oif
: c -e" Street. Telephone
5-1 758.
1 776
2 BEDROOMr APARTMENT.
.* I .,'. I I nri- t' r.L J- 7j,70 .
5-8679.

C 11364
4 bedroom fur nished,
ja, -conditioned house.
SitvnsoI 's Division. $500
r-onthly, yearly lease. Phone
5-1 147 evennqs
( 763
">TTAE.LS and apai tnment
*iaIL ,", werkly -xi monthly
n t anlni '. iii II'full liln r shed .
i sti it oe available. Lovel
,ar i" ci nd swirn tiniin j Ipo)i l.
T.-pbt o,: 1]29/, 31093.

C1 17/2
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedioi o ms t wo bat h .
apai tienut. With large living
ind iirning all basically
fIu rushed Vuctorra Caurnt
APARTMENTS on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shl ley andr
BayI Steet. Faclitbes, phone,
laiuncr v. parking, T. V.
-a ;i ,,r,, aii j i oitt olnecl P io r
5 A':51 bete ,een 8 a. ". anni S


c1189u
IN FBLAIR 2 tedrioom houso.
fun in, sine-dc ain con, i t owned.
Phone day 32261 after 6
p r. 32048.
C11 ui92.
FURNISHED two bedroom'
house. Palmdale area Rent
$245.00
FURNISHED effi clency
apar tment. Palmdale area. Ideal
fon single person or couple
with no children Master TV
antenna, etc $145 00 per
month including utilities. Call
4-2080

Cl 11933


LARGE 2 BEDROOM (plus 1
small bedroom) apartment.
Winton Hll. Excellent views of
the sea. Furnished $350 per
month including light,
telephone and water. Private
balconies. Fantastic value. Cell
2-1631 or 2-1632.


C11930
FURNISHED 2 bedroom, one
bath apartment near
waterfront with telephone.
$195.00. Phone 5-8512.


FOR RENT


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USED CAR


CLEARANCE SALE

1971 DODGE AVENGER 4
door economy 4 cyl. car, radic.
red, good condition a good
buy. only $2000.00

1973 VAUXHALL VIVA 2
door Coupe, automatic, Like
new, 4 cyl. economy, light
blue, bucket seats, enamel, lowA
mileage only $2350 00

1973 BUICK CENTURY 4
door Sedan, automatic
transmission, air conditioned.
radio, w/'w tyres, low mileage,
very good condition a bargain
at $6250.00

1970 HILLMAN Mi!NX
STATIONWAGON 4 door,
standard shift on the flooI ,
recently repainted $(,00 00
down, including Insusratne
Pr ni e $1350.00

1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA
Blue 2 door Coupe, standaid
I i T slnaission, very good
i i'"dc tilorn finain n(e liable
,vth $70000 Irn ah I elilnq
m i n $2000.00
1970 FORD CORTINA 4
dom, Sedan, standard d snft,
geen, qood corndntrin, big
sav rj must go, o nly
$9 7-, 00

1 9 71 CHEVY VEGA
STATIONWAGON door,
wh, t 0 4 ryl., ,iutoriatir
Itra .srnsSio,, good morid tiun A
bagaimn I thone /vei avas one
only $a,./LI 0(I

A LOT MORE
TO CHOOSE FROM
TO CHOOSE FROM


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ISLAND rt/OTOR
COMPANY
1970 ILTD.
P.O.Box N-S40
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
USED CARS


I69 CHIRYSLER
4 L :u 0i .n i, n/drls $9',i
1969 PONTIAC GTO
A V ,vl, (_1,i 'i i ;'n 00
I C JA'./ELIN ., 51 .'
1 r( "3 VICTOQ 5/'in ,:E
l ., ,- i, i i
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1970 RAMBLER SST
4 li i i ,, Inl 1001
1967TRIUMPH HERALD
S' i i'"n %i'.n
1971 ,/ E RLJ'" Y CjOrI '\rR

1970 PONTIc.C IeV%.ANS
S 'V-ni r.. $.''t.()U
1971 FORD CAPRI
in,- ",n I,, $1 0'0
1969 FORD GALAXIE
4 1), ( 518i-u
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA
S, ,. i ,00n
*7 : 1- L , J" : 0 ,

4 DL) Ar- in, $50
S69 V '.UXii-.
'/ICTJR nyc)
Il/ L HEV A 1 I
IMPALA cal,,


Trade-ins Welcomed.
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant
Telephone 34636-7.8
C 1 1839
GTO PONTIAC 19/1
loaded power everything
stereo tape perfect condition
- cash offers invited. Call
21667/8 days 31639 evenings.


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backgrounrid, and supporting
references, to Cat Cay
Associates, c/o P. 0. Box
N1372, Nassau, Bahamas.
C11879
AN EXECUTIVE VICE
PRESIDENT is required for
the Cat Cay Club, Cat Cay,
Bahamas. The successful
applicant will have had at least
five years experience in a
similar type of operation, with
special emphasis on food and
beverage purchasing and
co ntr ol accounting
and supervision of staff, and
pool and tennis court
maintenance. The practical
,rid service, and the knowledge
of at least one foreign language
will be advantageous to the
successful applicant in his
capacity as Executive Vice
President of the Club.
Interested persons are invited
to submit full particulars of
educational and professional
background, and supporting
references, to Cat Cay
Associates, c/o P. 0. Box
N1372.


HELP WANTED


EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES

OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-379,,
2--797, 2-3798
Airport 77434.

C 11892
RUBBER STAMPS. Made to
order Rubber Stamps, while
you wait. Wong's Rubber
Stamps Co. Phone 34871 P.
O. Box 5206.

C11775
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.


SI TRADE SERVICES


C11832
FOR ALL Your Gardening
Needs, Trimming, Hedging,
Pruning, Beach Cleaning, For
Prompt, Reasonable and
efficient Service Call 5-7810.

C11708
BAHAMAS ANTENNrA
SYSTEMS
SOLVING POOR RECEPTION
Same day service for moving
Antennas or new installations.
Call Douglas Lowe 21371
51772.


S TRADE SERVICES


C 11804
CALL
ISLAND INTERIORS LTD.
D. Albury & F. Demeritte
For Your Installation and
Cleaning of Carpets
Phone Number is Now
5-3576,4-2191.


Cl11151
SEWING MACHINE
REPAIRS AND PARTS
ISLAND FURNITURE
Corner Christie &
Dowdeswell Street
Phone 21197,
P. 0. Rex 4818, Nassau


C 11868
BEAUTIFUL two bedroom
apartment in Shirlea, partly
furnished $250 a month
including water. Call 36896
Carl Lowe. Monday -Fr-dy, ,
a.m. 5 p.m.

C 11761
BAY STREET Store for rent as
of October 15th. For-
infoi nation call 2-3170.

PUBLIC AUCTION

C 11891
Bellgqave Auctioneeis will sell
at Public Auction, 10:30 a.n .
VWe 'nes, v, October 10thi
19 /3, a;i -,)ve intent Nur sey.,
Ia ssaur Street, V' inisti y of
\ or ks Obsolete Stock.
Including:
Lighteninq Rods
Flintkote
Paint (assorted enamel)
Sealer
Tubes & T-yres (assoi ted)
V% indrmill Towers
Syphon Pumps
Pipe & fittings
PIcs many other items tooi
numerous to list.
All sales cash.

CARS FOR SALE
11932


BARGAINS



CENTRAL GARAGE


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MARINE SUPPLIES
C 11762
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.
.11894
1969 31ft. CHRIS CRAFT
commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C11795
WIL L L Ms. '.. Moncui
lpI viously o' Tie ..w- Cat
Isla iid, please contact ESSO
SFINDARD Oil. S. A.
I LIMITED AT Telephone:
2-8401.
C 1 702
HAVING A BIRTHDAY'
PARTY. Friends into dinner?
Or would you yourself like to
enjoy some delicious
homemade bre-,ds, cakes anc
pastries. Call 31340 and place
your order now for
mouthwatr ring four layer
chocolate cakes, apple
orco nut, pIumipkin, and raisin,
pies and delicious white and
brown home-made bread.
C11871
GREEK PASTRY SALE
in aid of Hall Fund
Saturday, 6th October
Starting 11:00 a.m.
In hall behind Greek Orthodox
Church on West Street THE
PUBLIC IS INVITED

I ART SUPPLIES

C 11 770
COMPLETE range of artists'
supplies. Oils, acrylics. canvas,
easels, etc. Bahamian Paint
Supply Ltd., Bay Street. Phone
2-2386, 2-2898.


LOST

C 11 911
LOST in the vicinity of Island
T. V. Service, Dowdeswel!
Street one black brief case
(oiinti inng papers valuable only
to owner. Reward offered.
Phone 2-2618.


FOR SALE
C11866
COMPLETE Furniture for
3-bedroom house including
Freezer, Refrigerator, Washer,
Dryer. All good condition.
Bargain prices. Call 3-1995 for
appointment to see. Ask for
Mr. Mueller


HELP WANTED

C11910
FEMALE to act as
Representative for Tour
Groups. Must have three
GeC.E., transportation and be
prepared to woik odd hours.
Phone 2-2606 for
appointment.

C11437
SCULPTURE FOUNDRY
requires there experienced
technicians. ONE MOLDER
for rubber molds, piece molds
and wax casting. ONE
BRONZE finisher for fettling,
chasing and patiriating. ONE
MODEL-ENLARGER to build
large clay models from small
scale models; extreme accuracy
required. Randolph W.
Johnston and Associates, Box
530 Mash Harihbuur. Abaco. In
Nassau, call Angelo Roker
3-6693
C 1 881
A FULLY EXPERIENCED
CLUB MANAGER is required
for the Cat Cay Club, Cat Cay,
Bahamas The successful
applicant will have had at least
five years experience in a
similar type of operation, with
special emphasis on food and
beverages plir chasinrg and
c o nri t r o I. accou n t ing
procedures. t linng, recrr tring
arcd super viioii of staff, aid
pool anrid ternn is cou it
maintenance The practical
,rid -eivic r', a- ld .1t .', of at least one foreign language
will be advantageous to the
success Il applicant in
management of the r tub.
Interested persons are invited
to submit full particulars of
educational and professional


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C11861
BAHAMAS WORLD AIRLINES
LIMITED
require B 707 Flight Engineers.
Must have minimum "E"
Licence on 707's, current 707
Flight Engineer's Licence, and
Cat. "A" Exam. Min. Time on
707 Panel, 1000 hours.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Bahamas World Airlines,
Limited, P.O. Box N8324,
Nassau.

Cl11/97
THE ROYAL BANK OF
CAN4DA, FREEPORT,
GRA ID BAHAMA requires
ti.2 services cf c. r e:lr erien-T:ec:
stenographer. Applicants
should have at least G. C. E. in
English language and be a high
school graduate. Shorthand
speed of 100w.p.m. and typing
speed of 80 w.p.m. nDahanains
only. Apply in writing to N. G.
M. il l er A s s i st a n t
Manager/Administration, P. 0.
Box F61, Freeport, Grand
Bahama or call for an
appointment at telephone
352-6631.

C11931
WANTED MECHANIC AND
Body man. Call Gibson 28891.

C11936
REQUIRED experienced
sponge clipper. Please apply
Bahamas Sponge, West Bay
Street.

C11872
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
for Chairman of the Board and
his male assistant sought by
company with offices in the
Lyford Cay shopping center.
Applicant should have previous
secretarial experience and must
be able to take shorthand at a
rate of 90 words or more per
minute and type 60 words or
more per minute. Must be able
to do correspondence filing. 5
day week from 9:00 a.m. to 5
p.m. with one hour
lunchbreak. Usual holidays.
Top salary and other benefits
available. Interesting and varied
work in a business dedicated to
the development of industry in
the Bahamas. Written
applications only to: Seabulk
Development Ltd., P.O. Box
N7776. Nassau, Bahamas.

C11867
WANTED Live in maid for
general housework and help
with 3 young children.
Bahamians only need apply.
Call 7-7737 or 2-4764.
C11862
BAHAMAS WORLD AIRLINES,
LIMITED
require Flight Navigators
Must have current flight
navigators licence, and Cat.
"A" Exam. and licence for
polar and worldwide operation,
minimum five years
experience.
Apply: Personnel Department,
Bahamas World Airlines,
Limited, P.O. Box N8324.
Nassau.
C 11865
LYFORD CAY CLUB requires
the services of a Bahamian for
the position of Assistant Golf
Professional for the coming
winter season November
through April. Qualifications
required include at least five
years experience; the
equivalent of A-7 Canadian
P.G.A. rotary; ability to teach
golf to members; and a
pleasant personality.
Please reply in writing to:
Managing Director, Lyford Cay
Club, P. 0. Box N-7776,
Nassau.


TRADE SERVICES

C 11769

Plnder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
I',NibSAC.. BAHIAMAS
P. O. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS


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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.

C6313
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOHN HEYWOOD of F2402,
Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 5th
day of October 1973 to The
Mi n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C6305
NOTICE is hereby given that
GLORIA I. GREY of P. 0.
Box F-2900, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, 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 5th day of October,
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N-7147,
Nassau.

C6318
NOTICE is hereby given that
ALMONDO ALEXANDER
TAYLOR of Freeport, Grand
Bahamrna is applying to the
M i sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship for
registration as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person
who knows any reason why
registration should riot be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 5th day of October,
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C6320
NOTICE is hereby given that
ERIC CAMPBELL MOFFAT
of Eight Mile Rock Grand
Bahama is applying to the
Min 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 5th day of October,
1973, to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C6321
NOTICE is hereby given that
ISABELLA LAWSON
MOFFAT of Eight Mile Rock,
Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality arid Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
the Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
arid signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
:rom the 5th day ot Uctober,
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147,
Nassau.
C6312
NOTICE is hereby given that
THEOPHILUS ALFRED
ADDERLEY of West End,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eiqht days
from the 5th day of October.,
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147,
Nassau.


C6304
NOTICE is hereby given that
HAROLD A. GREY of P. 0.
Box F-2900, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, 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 5th day of October,
1973, to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N-7147,
Nassau.

HELP WANTED

C6317
GREAT opportunities with
expanding real estate firm for
Contract Processor and Control
Assistant some experience in
this field essential together
with shorthand and typing
capabilities. Write Adv. C6317,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
F-485, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C6315
2 CONTROL ROOM
OPERATORS
Applicants will be responsible
for the monitoring and control
of all equipment for the central
control room. Individual also
responsible for control and
operation of the electrical
panels including those feeding
the 69KV transmission system.
Rotating shift position. Must
know operation of all
equipment and must have
previous training and
experience including work as
equipment operator in a high
pressure power plant, or
comparable steam ship,
evidenced by certificates of a
recognized institute.
4 EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
Would be required to work
shift hours and is directly
responsible to the shift
engineer on duty for proper
operation of the power plant
auxiliaries. Applicant should
hold a recognized station
engineers certificate or
equivalent with at least three
years experience in the
operation of boiler equipment,
water treatment equipment
etc.
ASSISTANT PORT DIRECTOR
Requires experience and
capability to take full charge of
costing and billing in Harbour
Operation. Must know
stevedoring, handling, storage
and harbour charge practices in
line with Marine Accounting.
When required must assist in
berthing arid unberthing
operations and in Harbour
administration functions.
2 DOCK SUPERINTDE NTS
Extensive experience required
in port operations,
communications, security,
Harbour traffic, docking and
use of meteorological and
oceanographic instruments.
Merchant marine or navy
experience or equivalent
required. Rotating shifts and
night work involved.
SUPERVISOR/OPERATIONAL
MAINTENANCE
For steam generating plant
Technical college or equivalent
education required, plus
extensive experience as fully
qualified millwright including 5
years work with electric power
boiler and turbine equipment
Experience as supervisor also
required. Must be capable of
preparing and maintaining
critical path diagrams, of
requisitioning materials, and
planning all operational
maintenance.

WORKING FOREMAN
MECHANICAL

Steam Power plant
maintenance. Must have
experience necessary to direct
and do work of analyzing
operations and taking apart
and reassembling equipment
such as pumps, fans, motors,
condensers, valves. Assist in
major repair work.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Grand Bahama
Port Authority, Limited, P.O.
Box F 2666 or 30C Kipling
Building, Freeport, Grand
Bahama


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GRAND BAHAMA



CLASSIFIED


II FIEEPlT TEL. 352-6161














Friday, October 5, 1973


GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED

II FE[EPOIT TEL. 352-661


HELP WANTED _

C6314
OIL CLERKS required by
BORCO to work in Oil &
Marine Accounting on a 24
hours per week shift basis.
DUTIES& RESPONSIBILITIES
Computing Crude Oil Import
and Refined Product Cargoes.
Reconciling ship/shore figures.
Preparing and distributing
numerous shipping documents.
Completing necessary Customs
Entries. Checking arind
completing Bunker Receipts.
QUALIFICATIONS
High School Education
preferably, with Certificates at
'O' level standard in
Mathematics and English
Language; at least two years
clerical experience in
accounting and/or Shipping
Company. A knowledge of
Customs procedures andor
Customs Brokerage is an
advantage.
Interested persons are
requested to apply in writing
to: Bahamas Oil Refining
Company, Personnel Office,
P.O. Box F2435, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.


C6322 -- I
(1) CHIEF PILOT and Safety
Engineer required. Commercial
licence with multi-engine
instrument and helicopter
ratings. Applicant should have
at least 5000 houLrs with
previous experience in aviation
management.
Collateral duties also require
some experience in industrial
safety and design management.
(2) DRAG LINE OPERATOR
Manitowe model 4600
experience required. Excellent
pay and benefits. Will consider
-perator experienced in
operation of other large drag
lines.
L.B.I. EXCAVATION &
ENGINEERING LTD. Fel.
373-1046.

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

C63] I
T.V. TECHNICIAN required.
Must be fully proficient in
colour T.V. repairs. Must have
own hand tools. Good
references essential. Bahamians
only need apply. Apply:
BAHAMA MUSIC Corp. P. 0.
Box F769, Freeport.


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HELP WANTED
C6326
EXECUTIVE CHEF required.
Planning all menus for food
outlets, organizing work force,
assigning specific activities and
delegating responsibilities to
his staff. Supervise and train
staff to achieve superior
results. Keep payroll and food
cost in line with management
objectives. Must have at least
high school education, five
years experience and good
references. Must have clean
Police Certificate.
Interested applicants please
apply in person to
International Hotel, Personnel
Office for interview. Vincent
Russell, Assistant Manager.

C6325
LIVE IN NURSE MAID
required. Needed to look after
a handicapped child. Must have
some qualifications in child
care. Write McConville P. 0.
Box F 227, Freeport or call
352-2367.


C6324
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
required. Must he fluent in
French, Spanish and English.
Must have experience in
Warehousing shipping billing to
handle import and export of
French Perfumes and
Cosmetics. Must have
experience in office routine
work and general accounting.
Bahamians only. BITCO LTD.,
P. 0. Box F-2589, Freeport.
Tel. 352-2803.

C6319
EXPERIENCED AUTOMATIC
Transmission and Tune-up
SPECIALIST required.
Minimum five years
experience for General Motors
dealer. Must have experience in
all makes of automatic
transmissions with complete
engine diagnosis and
cjinversant with engine scope
a nalyser. Apply General
Manaqer, Five Wheels of Grand
Bahama Ltd. Phone 352-70Q1

C6316
EXPERIENCED AUTO
MECHANIC with special
training in auto electrical
background and auto
airconditioning. No less than 5
years experience. Must have
knowledge in training
Bahamians. Apply Jones
Automotive Ltd. 352-9344.


ml


enjoy lake health treatments


Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
Unusual linesses Anpire 5an
artiacte m e New York Bridge
World. Here's an examone cn
which a champion went down.
North
K109
I 9742
0 J953
4 KJ
South
AQ862
0 AQ
0 A 42
W AQ
West leads the 06, an obvious


Rupert on Chariot Island-9


Happy to be at the seaside, Rupert and Simon
iun along the shore together Soon the little
bear see; Cap'n Barnacle sitting outside his
shack. I You must come and meet him,
Smon," he says The Cap'n greets the chums
hea ily. "WVny. now, that makes me think o
ma od grandpappy," he smiles, when he hears
that Simon h2s learned to play the fiddle.


He was fond o' music too." After promising
to v.sit the Cap'n again, Rupert and Simon
hurry to re:;oin Mummy and Daddy, and on
leaching Mrs. Cheetah's guest house the good
lady is surprised to find one extra in the party.
Don't worry," she says. "Simon can share
Rupert's room."


Rupert on Chariot Island-10


Kindly Mrs. Cheetah makes up a spare bed
for Simon, and that evening, when the chums
are settling down. Simon gives a contented
sigh and Iakes up his fiddle. 'You were all
so kind to bring me with you,. he says. I"
know it's going to be a lovely holiday. Well,
I'll Iust play a few tunes." But the sound of
the fiddle quickly brings Mrs Bear to the

Rupert on Cha\


Next morning, when the little party sets out
-from Mrs. Cheetah's guest house, Mummy and
Daddy decide to sit on the sea front. Simon
and I would like to go on the sands," says
,Rupert, and find a place where he can
practise his tunes." Good idea," agrees
Daddy. There is plenty of space at the far
end of the bay." So Rupert and Simon make


door. Im afraid you'll have to stop. Simon,"
she says. Mrs. Cheetah won't be very
pleased if you disturb the other guests. I
think it would be best if you played away from
the house." "Yes, Simon can practise on the
shore tomorrow, Mummy," says Rupert.
We'll f.nd a cood spot."
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

riot Island-11


their way alono the shore until they reach a
stretch of rocks. "This will do," declares
Simon. It's nice here." Right-ho, I'll look
for shells and seaweed while you're playing
Simon," replies Rupert. And he leaves his
chum sitting on a boulder about to tune his
fiddle.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


singleton, against 68. Even if
the heart finesse succeeds, how
can South avoid losing two
diamonds?
The answer is to contrive a
situation in which East, remain-
ing with the OQ108 or the
equivalent, is thrown in and
compelled to lead away from his
0Q. Is this possible?
Yes, but only if declarer can
enter dummy three times, cnce
for the heart finesse and twics
successful trump finesse. provides
the third, vital entrY.
West East
J7 543
V J 10653 K8
0 6 0 Q1087
4108543 9762
As declarer ruts two hearts,
he watches East's discards. If he
parts with a diamond, South
sets up a diamond. If East
retains three diamonds, he is
thrown in. And should he, in
desperation, throw a trump,
leaving himself with OQ 108
49, he is again thrown in with
a low diamond. Now declarer
and dummy have a trump each
and no clubs.




OW many
*H words of
SB four letters
or more can
you'make
from the
letters shown
Here? In
making a
word, each
Y L letter m a y
be used once
only. 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: 17 words, good :
22 words, very good : 28 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION:
Aging airy align angrily anil
argil aril gaily gain girl glair
glatrv glaring grall grain grainy
GRAYI.ING grig grin gyring
Inlay Inly lain lair laying liar
Ilgan ling lingy lying nail raging
rail rain rainy raying ring.


No. 7.245 . by TIM McKAN
Across
1. He uses the railway. (9)
9. A place In the country. (i6)
11. Reverence. (3)
12. Face. (4)
13. River animal. (5)
14. Consume. (3)
15. Greater in age. (5)
18. Bitter. (4)
21. Acid fruit. (5)
22. Employs. (4)
23. Direction (4)
24. Give evidence. (6)
28. Pinch. (3)
30. Told untruths. (4)
31. Speed. (4)
32. Opens iltigatlon. (4)
33. Wrathful. (5)
Down
1. Places for statuary and so
on. (9)
2. Continent. (4)
3. Standing. (6)
4. Deal. (4)
5. Mesh. (3
6. Commissionalre. (7)
7. Sheep. (3)
8. Went over the course again.
(5)
10. Road fees. (5)
16. Cheshire river. (3)
17. More glowing. (6)
20. R I v e r
S I a nts

t er m ( oi i
term
(3)
26. Health IiULhMM
reso rt. C m
27. Bronze
(3) y cifT vili s
29. S a I ar|.
(3) Yesterdal'a .olution


L REX MORGAN, M.D.


By DAL CURTIS


I


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard|

GL.AD TK N 0 "A, JOB I'M WORKING' MIGHT$ 1)
JOE, TH!$ 16 CAhN \'E..LQ;. VELi.CW. -5A?'EN' 50 NAME ON 1 A JUPITEI' 5
-'-THE JOKER I T L L 1C V LOO N' FOR T FRiEND.' TWO-CR.'---I YOU
ABOUT DEALiN' INI V-n1 ... _T SPECIAL. COULD COME UP WITH ONE. l
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CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE

S -from the Carroll Righter Institute

GENERAL TENDENCIES: Although the early
morning could be difficult, the afternoon and
evening are fine for whatever has to do with romance and the
lighter side of life Today's influence brings the chance to have
increased security in your life
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) A friend comes along during
the morning who can ease a situation between you and an
associate Then you can handle duties in an effective way
Strive for more harmony in the home
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Get busy in the morning and
handle all your duties well so that later you are able to visit
persons you like Improve your appearance so that you feel
more sure of yourself
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) The morning is not good for
the recreation you want but fine for handling work at hand
Some health treatment can perk up your spirit later in the day
Evening is ideal for fun
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) A family tie could
be difficult in the morning but if you take things in stride you
can attend to activities that are most important to you. Show
more understanding of others.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Travel with care in the morning
and carry through with whatever activities that are scheduled
See that fundamental affairs are in fine order Home should be
more delightful for you
VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22) Control you temper in the
morning and be sure to pay a compliment to an associate and
you get the backing you need Use care in making out reports,
whether of a personal of business nature.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Steer clear of an argument at
home and get busy with monetary affairs Try to cut down on
expenses Do some repairing that can make your home more
charming and comfortable
SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Improve your charm and get
ahead faster in business ana personal matters Make charming
new acquaintances Sidestep one who has an eye on your
assets Think along constructive lines
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Take no risks where
finances are concerned, and try to save more monty for the
future See what you can do about making your relationship
with mate more ideal Be logical
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) I y not to argue with
higher-ups and be sure to obey rules and regulations that apply
to you Do something thoughtful for good friends E.ening
can be very happy with family
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Organize properly all facts
and figures in business and personal matters Go after a secret
aim that is important instead of gritting your time away Ihe
frivolous could prove costly
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) A good fend now gives you
the information you want that will help you gain a chciished
aim Meet with a good pal later for ttec type of recreation you


APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzkj ]


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Defending champs, Kentucky Colonels, minus STAR BOWLERS

ROCK ALBURY'S


3 stars, start BABA season in fine style
By GLADSTONE THIURS ION
AFFECTED IN NO WAY by a recent 'amateur status ruling' that chopped three of their pl.as ers
from competing, defending basketball champions Kentuck\ Colonels diligently fortified their
weak links and jumped on the newly formed Strachan's Afrkans 102-68 in last nights opening
game of the Bahamas Amateur Basketball Association's 1973 "- 4 series


REDS AND METS

MEET FOR NL


TITLE TOMORROW
CINCINNATI (Al') The
Cincinnati Reds and the Net v, i rk
Mets two clubs matching
momentum and past plasoffl
"magic" -open the Natina.lI
League champions ip la series
tomorrow with Reds' manager
Sparky Anderson w:rimv the Mets'
mediocre record means nothiai..
"Someone's spreadiniz .at1Ime
malarkev by calling the Mlets the
hitless wonders." said Anderson.
"That's nonsense. his club is much
better than in 1969 when they wona,
the World Series."
The Reds, aiming tor ai third
league title in four e ars n, a
another chance to redeein
themselves for past failures. ;re
disregarding the Mets S2 79 season
record, Anderson said.
"Anything can happen in aa
five game series, but I feel thetcl.st
team ill win," said the seds'
white haired manager
Cincinnati, its 99 03 rei-)rd the
best in baseball, tsnds It'ague
shutout leader Jack illingli an
against Tom Seaver, ,%hose 2 iOR
earned run average aSas a.11aigV, tha
best in either league.
The two hard th r,>a,,ii
righthanders have idcntaial 1't 10
records
Seaner is the grilt ringleadler )t
a stingy staff that r a.inks iar the
top )f the league ini earinl'd runi
average'
"I guess that minc.iani, a't h1la.
to go out and get mare rtuns." s:nid
the Reds' Ton I'Perez, .a big batl ia
Cincinnati's power laden lillataip
"t verbi)da 's sa Ing iit s a t
hitting igailans their pitlhing." said
Anderson. I don't see sshere there
is a big spread in our tas\, pit.hinas
staffs
then there s the ubile .t ,t
momentum.
'Cincinnati son eight 't 14 t..iit sa
with the Mets arnd charged Ir om ai
1 i-game deficit (i n Jul I at as i a
sensational 70 per cent oft its ,gaies
over the last three montha.s
The Reds have a a2 re a.,rd in
theit last two pla s oils
The) swept Pittshurgh lit tIhree
straight in 1970 and beat the
Pirates again last year. needing the
full five games and some last inning
"magic"


Still in
lost key


great -,hape ia.a
Iiuard. I ddl e a1id


Wenlty It ord and a'. ',a,1
R oosevelt I .ir .' al! 1
whom have s ,'I; '. 'i .Ik!
professionaal,,s tl ( t ,:c.
found then lrat: a, .; p

sa -toot nine 'ent e .
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Ire porr', ( i.i--' H,;. ,-.
th rille d th e oI \ r .' i l ". a l
the A. l A\ld- c'". ( :. a- hc
led the Colone ih .1 -' ,
high o!t 31 p,'itat.
dal sa s had I rccporrI .I a ''. ,r
.leagaic l aan and I had ., -.h v,
lheIta that we. ha.a i'. t1,at
t hev ha\e." o n,:'iet;ieii
Martin. tIn ad inI' t He t uck to
playofit last sa.' "a' \1 it! a
.ascrag ed 42 'at' .
and had IhI 1t.' t -p. l
gat me.'.
Quant. last saCat'a n'a ta '!
valuable pl:I ) ca pro,\ed 1i t e
the k ycx .iat unda the a b,-aa ,l l
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rebound, ga. c cight a-,, ,as .d
scored 20 po!";' Qtia'i .1! 11
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lie was not it 11 tie .thapt het
expected to 1 'C i:" .:)I
attnbited ta hatb ; hs :t
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homesite on Andros.


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THE PRICE IS RI(liHT


i E TI\[ E IS IRlI;HT
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hotin site is onl\ S2995. Mantlhit p.a tiwinta
are a low. low S35. < 34 a,11, a
Let us tell you about this iw i rcdibi
opportunity.

CALL RIGHT NOW'...2 1238 or 2 4-)13 .
VISIT OUR OFFICE T()DAY...
25 Frederick Street, Berwin House,
9:00 AM to 7:00 PM Mondav through h
Friday, Saturday 9:00 AM to ,I P"1


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


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IN 2-1 VICTORY
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BR 1)10 I '1 I RIFSFN and
kL 6:1 1, idl ~ ni hi ler Patrick
i iac i .ii llbined lior a total
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In1 r.1. ,a1. .1 i 1 1 letor% o.er
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.,i' ,Snippl\ and now tie
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k, \'ibiry in contention
S ot 12, 209 and
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SI R INSI'RANCE
-I 2;,1 3rd it .
123 !a al 412
I I I I 1 4.2;
S l 2410
a -. ;i i l t 'l a.,
l 1it RY S SUPPLY
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ai "< 1 h I(4 505
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Friday, October 5, 1973


.- GOLFERS STILL


. TO DECIDE ON


GOVERNING BODY

STEPS were taken towards
resolving the rivalry between
the Bahamas Golf Association
and the Bahamas Amateur Golf
Club and to teablish a name
for the recognized golfing
governing bod\ of the Bahamas
at a meeting ol all golfing
bodies held al the Nassau
Beach Hotel last night.


THE ROOKIE TEAM of Star Insurance are all jubilant following their 2-1 victory over
Albury's Supply last night.From left Terry Chea, Robert Pinder, Pat Sweeting, Rickey
Lowe and team captain Bradley Sweeting. (Photo: Rickey Wells).



Marlins refuse to fly to Freeport

By IVAN JOHNSON
THE BAHAMAS AMERICAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION'S first controversy for the season
arose this morning when the Marlins announced that they were unable to fly to Freeport this
Sunday to play the Eight Mile Rock Crushers.


I he reason given for the
refusal to go to Freeport was
that the Marlins did not have
st efficient money to pay for the
flight to Freeport said a
spokesman for the Marlins this
morning.
"We have $600 in the bank
at this point in time and the
tap to Freeport would leave us
witlh nothing," added Marlins
pla) er Andy Key. "However."
lie said, "the players could, of
course, pay for the trip out of
their owsn pockets but they
\were not prepared to do this."
t ie Marlins also claim that
t he\ should receive more
financial aid from the BAFA
since the 25 percent of takings
at lhe gate given to the teams
pla ing were a 'mere pitance'
Iduit t he fact that some two
thirds of the crowds were not
pa\tin tto get into the games.
PFNA LTY
I lhe penalty for not fielding
as IClai for a game is a loss by
default and according to BAFA
regulations a team will be
banned from the league if they
should lose twice by default.
A spokesman for the BAFA
said that the Association were
not prepared to accept the


Marlins' claims of lack of
funds.
"The Classic Pros managed
to do it last week and the
majority of the members of the
Marlins are better off
financially, therefore the
Association cannot accept this
reason," said the spokesman.
the spokesman also added
that the Association felt the
Marlins' claims of poverty was
an excuse to cover up for their
real reason for not wanting to
play the game, this being in the
opinion of the Association,
that the Marlins did not wish
to suffer another heavy defeat.
having been crushed 45-7 and
32-t respectively in their last
two games.
DENIAL
When questioned on this
point. Marlins quarterback
Andy Key denied that his team
were afraid of being beaten by
the Iight Mile Crushers who
were heavy favourites to win
the game.
"In actual fact we have six
injured players at the moment
which would weaken the side
considerably but this had
nothing to do with our reasons
for not going," said Key, "it is


purely for financial reasons,"
he concluded.
With regards to the 25 per
cent takings from the gate
being given to the teams
playing, BAFA President Jeff
Williams said that he had asked
players not taking part in the
games to help on the gates on
order to stop the majority of
the crowd entering the ground
without paying, and they were
not doing this.
"If the players are not
prepared to help one another
by helping to officiate then the
Association could not be
blamed for the poor takings at
the gate and the subsequent
effect that it had on the
financial position of the teams
in the league," said Williams.
The Marlins are scheduled to
fly to Freeport again in
December and failure to do so
will result in automatic
rejection from the series.
According to members of
the team a walkathon is to be
arranged in order to help pay
for the trip.
"We will naturally do
everything in our power to
raise the money as we have no
intentions of being rejected
fromth,, e.rres,- -ir dk',


FolloN.II ng II L meeting it was
agreed b. all the golfing bodies
to resolve all l.' .raina ent dates
for the rest aol the year, thus
avoiding any further conflicts.
Represented at the meeting
were South Ocean Golf Club,
BGA, Paradise Island Golf
Club, Coral liarbour Club. the
Dolphins Club and the
Bahamas Amateur Golf Club.
The session was chaired by
BGA President Fred liggs and
under his direction it was
unanimously decided by all
those present to rearrange the
dates of the upcoming
tourneys in order to avoid any
further clashes otf BGA and
BAGC tourneys.
SHowever, thle main topic of
the e V eaning, namely
establishing a single governing
body still remains in the
doldrums.
At present the BGA is
recognized around the world as
the governing organisation for
golf in the Bahamas.
RECOGNIZiD)
This fact was established
when a letter sent to Bahamian
pro, Roy Bowe was presented
at the meeting. The letter
stated that the United States
Golf Association recognized
the B;A as the governing body
for golf in the Bahamas.
At this point min tile meeting
several members said that they
were pressed for time and the
meeting wa's sajtl,.-.]i, itl1
adjourned aunt.l a later date
when it is hoped an official
name for the governing body
will be decided upon.
A tentative date set for the
meeting is Monday, October 15
at the Nassau Beach Ilotel.
beeinnine at 8 p.m.


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