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3 VOL. LXX, No. 278 Wednesday, October 24, 1973


JUDGE OVERRULES DEFENCE OBJECTION

t TO ADMISSION OF 'HEARSAY' EVIDENCE "





'Accused told me of



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his


part in hooin 9


witness tells court


By SIDNEY DORSETT
BARRY THOMPSON, a prosecution witness int
Burrows and Phillip "Polka" Humes, told a Supreme i
Burrows revealed to him the part he played in the
Raymond Barry Major, 25, of Bias Street.


TOURISM

UP SLIGHTLY


LAST MONTH
ALTHOUGH visitors to the
Bahamas last month showed a
slight increase, the number of
air arrivals in Nassau continued
to show a downward trend.
Statistics released by the
Ministry of Tourism today
showed visitor totals for
September uIp 0.37 per cent
over the same month last ye.r,
and air arrivals for Nassau
down 4.66 per cent.
There were 80,766 visit ;
last month compared with
80.472 in September 1972. In
Nassau total visitor arrival
amr Ior i t- to ,, 55, '69 'in
increase of 3_8 pe'r cent
53.357 who arrived in
September of list year.
Sea arrivals for Nassau last
month increased by 17.18 per
cent, indicating 23,604 ship
visitors compared with 20,143
who came by sea in September
1972.
LESS BY AIR
However air arrivals for
Nassau decreased by 4.66 per
cent, showing that 31,665
visitors came by air compared
to 33,214 who flew in during
September 1972.
For the first nine months of
this year, the air-sea combined
visitor arrivals to Nassau have
amounted to 772,191
compared to 729,047 for the
corresponding period last year.
This shows an increase of 5.92
per cent.
In Freeport, Grand Bahama,
air arrivals for last month
totalled 16,047 an increase of
1.92 per cent over 15,745
visitors who came by air during
September of last year.
However, the total number of
visitors for Freeport last month
was 18,275 compared to
19,288 who arrived in
September, 1972, a decrease of
5.25 per cent.
In the family of Out Islands,
air arrivals for the month of
September increased by 11.69
per cent, showing that 6,065
visitors arrived by air compared
with 5,430 who hew in during
September, 1972. During the
first nine months of this year,
the combined air-sea arrivals
for the Family Islands totalled
130,115 an increase of 10.62
per cent over 117,627 who
visited the islands during the
corresponding period of 1972.
All Bahamas air-sea arrivals
for the first nine months of
this year totalled 1,186,381,
which represents an increase of
0.46 per cent over 1,180,920
who arrived during the
January September period of
1972.

PANEL DISCUSSION
A PANEL discussion on "the
effect of family and community
efforts to treat and rehabilitate
alcohol dependents" beginning 8
p.m. at Epworth Hall is tonight's
installment in the Health Ministry's
month-long anti-alcohol
programme, which was launched on
Sunday.



STORES FOR YOUR
CHRISTMAS
DECORATIONS

ILYK SMil FllMIEE
SNASSAI FREEPORT


Thompson, one of four men
found guilty and sentenced to
three months in prison for
causing public terror during
last year's General Elections
said that he saw Burrows
around 6 p.m. September 5
and was informed of the
shooting.
Thompson, along with the
other three men found guilty
are out of prison on bond
pending the outcome of their
appeal.
lie said "during the
conversation, Burrows told me
that Humes told him to shoot
Major and if he don't shoot
Major, he said Humes said he
would shoot him (Burrows.)"
The conversation took place
at the Poinciana Drive F.N.M.
headquarters, he said.
Defence attorneys objected
ro '.' m.cvi-i.,m:v . "
that it was hearsay against
Hlumes. And also Burrows.
OVERRULED
Attorney Lawrence P. J.
Trenchard, appearing for
murder accused "Red"
Burrows, 25, a Freeport
bartender, had his objection
overruled by Mr. Justice James
Smith.
The judge, however,
cautioned the jury that the
evidence being led by the
prosecution was not being
tendered against Flumes, 20,
represented by objecting
attorney David C. Bethell.
Thompson, led in evidence
by Solicitor General T.
Langton Hilton said he saw
Major on the night of
September 4 at a Quackoo
Street discotheque
Soul'sville with Burrows.
lie heard them talking at the
bar and left them around 2
a.m. September 5. But, he
recalled seeing Burrows at the
Queen Street chambers of
F.N.M. leader Cecil Wallace
Whitfield around I to 1.30
p.m. that day, September 5.
ARGUMENT
lie testified he heard Major
tell Burrows he was going to
report him to the police and
"Burrows asked him what he
was going to do that for. They
started to argue and I moved
off. They remained for about
10 to 15 minutes and I moved
downstairs by the car," he said.
lie said that while in the
foyer of the Queen Street
building, he pressed t't.e
elevator button and when it
came down, "Burrows,
Anthony "Stick-a-Tone"
Conyers and Major" came out
of it.
Asked by Mr. Hilton
whether he saw any of them
again that afternoon, he said he
saw Burrows at about 6 p.m.
and was told that he had been
having some "problems" with
Major.
It led up to their
conversation about the
shooting, he said.
ADMISSION
Mr. Trenchard, who
yesterday charged witness
Raymond "Skull" Scavella of
shooting the bullet into Major's
brain, this morning drew an
admission from Thompson that
"there is a considerable
discrepency between my
evidence given on oath before
the magistrate and the evidence
given here on oath this
morning."
Mr. Trenchard accused
Thompson of suggesting that
Burrows leave Nassau for Cat


the trial of Wendell "Red"
Court jury this morning that
September 5 execution of

Island and upon his return, on
September 14, "told him that
the police had nothing on him
because he was not the last
person seen with Barry Major."
He denied the allegation.
Thompson also said he did not
suggest that Burrows go to the
police station where he turned
Burrows over to a "police
constable by the name of
Knox."
Thompson, who declared
himself "impossible to bc
trapped" by the attorney,
acknowledged his signature on
a magistrate's court deposition
with the evidence he admitted
differed from this morning's
testimony.
He said the discrepancies
that occurred were a result of
his being placed in a state of
confusion by the magistrate
and the court prosecutor.


PHILLIP "POLKA"
HUMES, one of murder
accused, leaving court this
morning.


F


SHELL (BAHAMAS) LIMITED GENERAL MANAGER
David Pownall last night warned Engineering and General
Union members that oil supplies can no longer be taken for
granted, but price increases can, as the union went into its
third night of convention sessions. Pictured from left are
Shell accountant Mr. D. Parish. Shell operations manager
Mr. K. Teelucksingh, Mr. Pownall and union president
Dudley Williams. Photo: Philip Symonette.


GILDA DEVASTATES


KEMPS BAY FARMS
THE FARMS IN the Kemps Bay constituency have been
devastated by the high winds and torrential rains which
accompanied storm Gilda's passage across southern Andros.
Commissioner Patrick W. Dorsett told The Tribune today that
the corn, potato, peas, cassava and banana crops have been
"virtually wiped out" and that the livelihood of the farmers has
been seriously affected.
"A substantial portion of these crops were brought to Nassau
for marketing," he explained.
No assessment of the total cost of the damage has yet been
made. However the Commissioner was planning to begin a survey
of the district today.
He said the rains began Wednesday night and went on
continuously until late Saturday. "We are still experiencing some
rain and roads are flooded, making communication between the
settlements very difficult."
The highest winds between 65 to 70 miles per hour
occurred about 6.30 p.m. Friday.
Prime Minister Lynden Pindling, who represents Kemps Bay in
the House, has been in touch with the constituency and been


informed of the extent of the
said.


Witness accused by defence of being



accessary to Barry Major's murder

By SIDNEY DORSETT
RAYMOND "SKULL" SCAVELLA. a key prosecution witness in the trial of Wendell Leroy
Burrows and Phillip "Polka" Humes Tuesday, was an accessary to the murder of Bias Street
entertainer-bartender Raymond Barry Major, 25, in September last year, the defence asserted


During cross-examination
yesterday, both defence
attorneys accused Scavella of
assisting in the murder apart
from merely fetching the
murder instrument and, in
their questions, attempted to
find out why he did not report
the matter to the police.
Vigorously denying that he
was responsible for firing "at
point-blank range the bullet
into Major's brain to ensure
that he was dead," Scavella
pointed to his stomach and
said "then the brain is down
here because that is where I
saw Major get shot. I did not
shoot him in the head at all, he
was shot by Burrows" he said.
The denial came during
cross-examination by attorney
Lawrence P. J. Trenchard,
counsel for Freeport bartender
"Red" Burrows, 25, accused
jointly with "Polka" Humes, a
20-year-old waiter, of murder
and abetment of murder.
Other denials followed a
barrage of allegations laid by
David C. Bethell, counsel for
Humes.
A WITNESS
"Far from you running it
was Humes and Anthony
"Stick-a-tone" Conyers who
ran and it was you and
Burrows who stayed
behind"during the shooting,
Mr. Trenchard put to Scavella.
Scavella, a Tyler Street
mason, testified earlier during
examination-in-chief, of driving
the men to the secluded Perpall
Tract side-road and witnessing
the shooting after being
ordered by Humes to fetch a
gun.
Humes ordered Burrows to
shoot Major because he
informed others about a fire
that was set during the General
Elections last year. Scavella
told the jury.
But, he testified of hearing
only two shots. Princess
Margaret Hospital pathologist
Dr. Joan M. Read, said Monday
that her autopsy revealed five
bullet wounds in Major's body.
Major's bullet-riddled body
was found lying at the side of
the Perpall Tract foot-path
where he was discovered by a
BEC employee passing through


the area on his pump-checking
rounds.
Scavella described
himself as a "paid political
assistant" during the
September elections. Recruited
to work with the Fort
Charlotte Free National Party
branch, he said he was hired by
Dr. Curtis McMillan.
But he said he could not tell
Mr. Bethell from which
headquarters Barry Thompson
operated or worked from.
ASSISTANT
Questioned aoout his work,
he said he "was asked to assist
Mr. Cadwell Spence at the Fort
Charlotte headquarters. "Dr.
McMillan engaged me to assist.
I don't really know if he
engaged others in the same way
but there were other people
employed. "
"Raymond Barry Major was
not one of these people to my
knowledge. I don't recall seeing
him in the company of those
who were employed." But, he
named "Barry Thompson,
Stick-a-tone Conyers, Red"
Burrows, "Polka" Humes and
himself as assistants and said
that on September 5 he saw
them at the Queen Street
chambers of attorney Cecil
Wallace Whitfield.
While there, he said he also
saw newspaper columnist
Arthur Foulkes and attorney
Wallace-Whitfield.
Scavella denied a suggestion
that he visited Major's home
with "Stick-a-Tone" Conyers
on September 5. Mr. Bethell
also asked him about the drive
to Perpall Tract.
NEVER,NEVER
"Never, never, never did 1
have anything to say during the
ride from Queen Street to
Perpall Tract," Scavella said.
He denied an allegation that
"on the way to Perpall Tract
you stated that Major said if lie
was not paid some money he
would talk about the fire."
And, bcavella said he
believed it was the Oscar
Johnson fire."
"Didn't you carry Barry
Thompson's gun along with
you?" Mr. Bethell then
demanded.


"Oh no! I don't know
anything about Barry
Thompson having a gun. I had
no discussion with anyone in
the car when I drove ... I
thought it was a casual dirve,"
Scavella replied.
Mr. Bethell insisted that it
was strange that the argument
between Humes and Major
consisted exclusively of Humes
asking "man, why you
talked'?" and Major replying
that he did not say anything
about the other.
Scavella did not dispute that
the gun he gave Humes was the
murder instrument.
He said he left the side-track
to pick up Burrows after Major
said he could back up his story.
"I really didn't think of going
to the police then. 1 felt like
nothing could happen if
Burrows was taken down there
and they could iron out any
problems they had."
Questioned by Mr. Bethell
Scavella said: "I saw when the
first shot was fired. I only
heard the second shot. I was
running away with my back
turned at the time."
But, Mr. Bethell, referring
Scavella to the account of the
murder he had recorded by a
magistrate during the
preliminary hearings, read in
part: "lie walked up to Major
who started to retreat and
Burrows pulled the trigger of
the gun and shot him in the
stomach twice. Major fell."

Couple robbed
A YOUNG French -Canadian
couple vacationing at the Holiday
Inn were robbed of $300 while out
for a walk along Paradise Beach
yesterday between noon and I p.m.
The incident is said to have taken
place in the vicinity of the
Huntington Hartford house where
another visiting couple were held
up at gunpoint and robbed the day
before.
According to police Mr. and Mrs.
Lapierre (first name unknown)
were walking down the beach to
the lighthouse when they decided
to go for a swim and Mrs. Lapierre
'put her bag down.
When they came out the hag was
missing with $300 in cash. The bag
was later found in the bushes. A
resident In the area told The
Tribune he saw iit, person,
running from the scene shortly
afterward.


damage, Commissioner Dorsett


CAPTAIN CHARGED

WITH MURDER
A CUBAN AMERICAN
fisherman -- Captain Felix
Cardenas was arraigned
before the Commissioner at
Kemp's Bay, Andros Monday
on charges of murder and
attempted murder involving
two of his crew aboard the
fishing vessel South Seas.
A preliminary inquiry has
been set for December 11.
The incident is said to have
taken place off Gawlyn Cay,
Andros last Friday night after
the boat had sought shelter
from tropical storm Gilda.
Captain Cardenas is alleged
to have shot and killed Pedro
Echo and injured Jose Quez
following a quarrel involving
the three mnien.
The injured seaman was
flown to Nassau and later to
Miami for medical treatment.
Captain Cardenas was
arrested following an
investigation by three CID
officers who flew to Andros on
the weekend. Cardenas is being
held at the Fox Hill prison.

4 Bahamian

boats missing
FOCUR BAHAMIAN fishing
vessels with 16 people aboard have
been reported missing to BASKA
but are believed to he in sahte
harbour somewhere in the Andros
area.
Th 35-foot America, under
Captain Jeremiah Gibson, left H'he
Bluff. South Andros on October 17
with five crew to fish off south
Andros. This would have placed the
vessel directly in the path of storm
Gilda. The America carries two
dinghys.
The fishing smack Endeavour is
overdue from Kemp's Bay, Andros
after sailing for south Ginger Cay
16 days ago. The three men on
board are Israel Forbes, Arnett
Rolle and John Cartwright.
The 36-foot Maria S. left Nassau
October 16 on a fishing trip to
Andros with four people aboard
J. Strachan, Jacob Lightbourn,
i)udle, Saunders and Frank Collie.
\nitther Nassau boat, the Eulete,.
left Potters Cay October 1 I1 or
south Andros and was due back on
the 18th. Aboard the 25-foot
converted smack are Captain Frank
McNKenzie. a man, known only as
Josh, and Atwood Tynes.
BASRA also received a radio
report yesterday that a Bahamian
fisherman had died aboard a smack
at Alan Cay. No further details
were available however.
This morning a U.S. Navy vessel
rammed a U.S. fishing boat the St.
Cecilia ten miles south of Fresh
'reek, Andros. Information was
sketchy but initial information said
the two vessels collided
accidentally. Both are reported still
afloat.
A search is also being carried out
for the 230-foot cargo ship William
Express on its way from Miami to
Haiti. The boat was last reported
off Eleuthera.


Price: 15 Cents

SHELL CHIEF TALKS OF 'UNPLEASANT

EI( SHOCKS' BAHAMIANS MUST FACE


GEN Price rise in gasoline



'certain' in Bahamas



due to world conditions


By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE WORLD, INCLUDING THE BAHAMAS, can no longer
take the continued availability of oil for granted, but increases in
fuel prices are certain, Shell (Bahamas) Limited general manager
David Pownall warned last night.
Hie said the possible fuel Libya followed with an 80
shortages and the certain price percent increase. Posted prices,
rises will come as "unpleasant he explained, are what the
shocks" to Bahamians, who producing countries base their
have enjoyed abundant fuel oil taxation on.
supplies and "relatively He said another
reasonable, stable prices." He consideration of the producing
did not say when the shortages countries was depreciation in
or increases would hit the currencies.
Bahamas, or to what extent. For example, he said,
Mr. Pownall was the guest Algeria will have to increase its
speaker at last night's session dollar price of oil because it
of the joint Engineering, Fuel. survives on imports from
Service and Allied Workers' Europe, where it loses 20
Union Bahamas Workers' percent of its oil dollar
Council convention at Taxico earnings through currency
Union Hall on Wulff Road. exchange.
lHe told about 50 unionists COSTS JUMP
that the Bahamas' fuel And. again because of
situation is likely to be increasing demand, the cost of
adversely affected by shortages chartering a tanker to transport
in the United States and by the oil from the Persian Gulf to
current Middle East conflict, if Freeport, for example, is seven
the war continues much longer, or eight times more now than
The Shell executive centred it was a year ago.
his talk on the supply and cost Added to those factors is
of petroleum products. general world-wide cost
Summing up his own speech inflation.
at one point, he said "the Mr. Pownall went on to say
availability of oil can no longer that 'we in the Bahamas are
be taken for granted, but you exposed to the effect on prices
can be certain that prices will of fuel shortages in the United
increase." States."
30m. A DAY He explained that the
Dealing first with oil Bahamas and the rest of the
supplies, Mr. Pownall said that Caribbean are by their
by the mid-1980's the United pro. irnity "nvcural supply
States, Western Europe and areas for the heavily
Japan will together need 30 populated east coast of the
million barrels of oil a day U.S. and the U.S. will look to
more than they need now. this area to augment its
"Is it physically possible to supplies, with the result that
produce that much?" Mr. the Bahamas will have to
Pownall asked. "Currently compete with U.S. buying
known reserves are large power.
enough to meet demands, The U.S. has a further
certainly to the mid-1980's. advantage in that it presently
Potentially it is available for imports only about a quarter
the next ten to 15 years. of its oil, while the Bahamas
"However, there is a has to import all its fuel.
problem in that two-thirds of A 20 pr cent increase in
the known reserves lie in international oil prices would
Middle East countries and a u t ol a a
around the Persian Gulf. They amount to only about a five
are technically capable of percent increase for U.S.
w consumers, he said, "but in
producing what is needed, but the Bahamas the unfortunate
unfortunately we can no longer customer will have to bear
assume tion will geir oi the increased world prices on

rate that consuming countries, every gallon, because all our
including the Bahamas, will oil is imported, and there
ndi appears to be no present
he producing countries likelihood of producing oil
will produce to meet their own ere.
economic needs, not the needs He added that "if the Middle
of the consuming countries." East war continues the
Bahamas. like the rest of the
WASTING ASSET world, could feel a fuel
Explaining, Mr. Po nail said shortage." The Arab states are
oil is 'a wasting asset once threatening oil embargos
produced, once taken out of against the United States, an
the ground, it can never be Israeli ally.
replaced. And they are aware
that in many cases it is their GOOD JOB BUT
only asset," which they might Mr. Pownall continued:
use up at a rate to suit their "The oil companies in the
own economic needs. Bahamas have done a good job
lie said the problem is to by the Bahamas. We are
give the producing countries relatively enlightened
the incentive to produce to employers, and we have
meet consumers' needs One managed to cater to the fuel
such incentive, he said. would needs of the Bahamian
be to give the producing consumer without ever running
countries good terms on which out, and at reasonably stable
they could invest their huge oil prices.
earnings in the industries of "But maybe we have done
other countries, too good a job, because oil has
That, however would still been used extravagantly
leave the question, "will they in the Bahamas, and this makes
(consuming countries) be it difficult for consumers to
prepared to see large chunks of appreciate that prices of oil
their economies controlled by from now on are going to go
Middle East nations? That is up, probably rapidly."
the long-term question." Because of the good supply
OIL PRICES and the relatively good prices
Moving to the question of Italians are now paying
oil prices, the Shell executive $1.30 for a gallon of gasoline -
went on to say that the the changes which are coming
producing countries "know will be "unpleasant shocks for
there is strong demand for consumers in the Bahamas."
their one asset, and they are But he added the assurance
determined to increase the that "we at Shell intend that
revenue from every barrel of the Bahamas will suffer no
oil they produce." worse than anywhere else in
He said that while it would the world "
have been expected that
competition bet ween
producing countries would
have tended to encourage
lower prices, exactly the
opposite has in fact
happened: the producers are
co-operating to raise prices.
He said just last week


producers on the Persian Gulf
agreed to increase their posted
oil prices 70 percent, and


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Wednesday, October 24, 1973


Fierce battle breaks




new bid for ceasefire


TEL AVIV (AP) Israel accused the Egyptians of
mounting a massive attack in the Suez Canal area today ,
seven hours after the second cease-fire went into
effect
Fifteen Egyptian planes were reported downed in
dogfights by the Israelis, who said the major Egyptian
land-and-air offensive was mounted to extricate their 3rd
Army from encirclement by the Israeli forces.
The second United Nations sponsored ceasefire was
shattered only two hours after Israeli Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan announced it was in effect "and working
properly."
"I hope to have now reached the end of fighting," Dayan
had said.

Hijackers can't enter


LA PAZ (AP) Two men
and two women who failed to
get to Cuba after hijacking an
Argentine airliner remained in
La Paz today trying to find a
legal way to get into the
Communist country.
They can't get a visa for
Cuba in Bolivia because the
two countries have no
diplomatic relations.

Four under
KATMANDU (AP) A
German mountaineer and three
Nepalese cut their way to
safety with ice axes after being
buried under an avalanche in
the Himalayas, one of the
survivors said today.
Fritz Stemmberger, 33, a
West German said he and his
companions were trapped


And airlines refuse to carry
them unless they have entry
permits for those countries in
which they wish to land.
[he Bolivian Government
promised the four safe conduct
out of the country after they
agreed to free hostages on the
airliner on Monday. I'hey
hijacked the plane last
Saturday

avalanche
under an overhanging rock
after an avalanche rolled over
them Oct. 12.
"The avalanche covered us
for three hours and we
managed to stay alive,"
Stemmberger said.
T he three w e re
reconnoitering a route up Mt.
Makalu.


KNIFE MAN RUNS BERSERK


LONDON (AP) A man
with a knife ran berserk today
in a crowded Oxford Street
store, stabbing three women
shoppers and leaving a trail of
blood, witnesses said.
Patrick Barry, a 65-year-old
wine shipper, said the women
were in a dress store when the
man rushed in clutching a knife


in both hands.
"lie went berserk and
stabbed them," said Barry.
'They were taken away in an
ambulance. One of them was
bleeding very badly. There was
blood all over the pavement."
Scotland Yard said later a
man was being held for
questioning.


Nine die in crashes


KEARNY, New Jersey (AP)
At least nine people were
killed and another 25 injured
j today in 40 separate accidents
on the fog-shrouded New
Jersey turnpike, police said.
At least 22 vehicles were
involved in one of the mishaps,
according to a State police
spokesman.


A week-long swamp fire in
the Hackensack meadowlands
poured smoke over the
turnpike and mixed with the
tog, hindering rescue
operations.
Ihis was the second major
accident on the turnpike in five
days. A bus-car-truck mishap
on Saturday killed eight and
injured 13.


Gas works blast kills four


LONDON (AP) At
explosion at a gas works i
Sheffield killed four peopi
and injured several others
police said.
The explosion damage
buildings within a quarter of
mile of the gas works.
The Sheffield Infirmar
received 18 casualties alter tl
blast, a spokesman said.

CRACKDOWN
BUENOS AIRES, (AP)
The Government ha
announced a major ta:
overhaul aimed at reducing
taxation on wage earners am
cracking down on evaders.
Treasury advisor Ricard
Lumi disclosed at a press
con ference that th
Government will send
package of 11 bills to congress
The package amounts to
considerable reform of th
present system.
The most important reform
is the setting tiup of a single
system for income and advance
profit taxes, with a nec
minimum of 5,000 new pesos
month ($500) tax free wage
for the working man with
family.
The present income tax las
sets a minimum of 3,800 nes
pesos ($380) tax free wage.
The present tax on the sal
of property is postponedc


n First reports said it appeared
e that a propane gas tank and an
, oxygen tank had blown up.
Fi remen were called to
d damaged properties between a
a quarter and a half mile from
the blast. Hundreds of
y windows were blown in.
C "It was a massive
explosion." police said.

ON TAX
definitely" when it is used for
s the purchase of a new home. A
x tax on the liquidation of the
g dividend from shares is also
d included.
The new Peronis,
s government installed on Oct.
s 1 2 sponsors the introduction
e of the value added tax as from
a 1975.

a Skylab hitch


e Experts were to determine
e today whether the Skylab 3
w launching will have to be
w postponed because of a slight
a buckling in two rocket fuel
s tanks.
a 1 he experts, mainly
metallurgists, were flown here
w last night from the marshall
w space flight centre in Alabama
a few hours after the mishap in
c the first stage of the Saturn I B
d 0o0"ket.


The Mideast shooting halt was the second attempt to end
the fighting between Israel and Egypt in the Sinai desert
and across the Suez Canal in Egypt itself.
"Contrary to Egypt's announcement to Gen. (Ensio)
Siilasvuo, head of the U.N. truce supervision headquarters,
according to which it agreed to a ceasefire this morning and
instructed its forces to act accordingly, the Egyptians have
been continuing their attack in the area in which the 3rd
Army is situated, apparently in an effort to extricate its
forces from their encirclement in the Suez area.
"Massive Egyptian ground forces aided by air support
have been active for this purpose during the past hour. In
dogfights which took place. 15 Egyptian fighter planes were
downed."


Peek-a-boo

shock for

milkman

Terry
LONDON (AP) Milkman
Terry Benthem went into a
Peterborough hospital to be
sterilized. And when his wife
Cathy visited him she got a
shock.
Terry. 28, was in a
mixed-sex ward where women
pa;'';nts. some in peck-a-boo
nit..dresses, mingled with the


nen.
[ 'That 's it,"
Scots-born Cathy, 26.
not staying here."
She discharged her
before he had time to
vasectomy operation.
"I'm no prude


snapped
"You're

husband
have his

it was


simply against my dignity to
see Terry sitting among
half-dressed women." she said
at home later.
"I would not allow another
man into my bedroom if I was
just wearing my nightie."
('athy said her husband
volunteered to be sterilized
because they already had three
children and could not afford
any more.
"1 have been on the pil but
it made mie ill," she added.
"Now I am going on a different
type of pill and if it does not
work then to hell with the
population explosion."
Terry agreed with his wife's
action.
"All this talk about milkmen
being used to undressed
women is just not true," he
stressed.
"I never start collecting
money on my round before 8
o'clock to avoid that
embarrassment."
In the ward, he said, some
women wore shortie
nightdresses and other
see-through sleepwear.
A spok esm a.n for
Peterborough District Hospital
said it was a pity Terry had
missed his surgery.
"The mixed ward system is
essential because of the
imbalance of sexes on
occasion," he explained.
"We've never had any
complaints before."

Dutch oil war
KUWAIT (AP) The
Kuwait Government
announced it was joining Iraq
and Algeria in their oil war
against Holland for its support
to Israel.
Minister of State Abdul Aziz
Hussein told newsmen
following a Cabinet meeting
that Kuwait was banning oil
shipments to Holland in
protest over Dutch support for
Israel.
Hussein said Kuwait's oil
exports to Holland are around
11 per cent of Kuwait's
estimated production of about
3.2 million barrels of crude oil
a day.

Separated
MILAN (AP) America,
soprano Anna Moffo and her
Italian husband, Mario
Lanfranchi. were legally
separated by a ruling of a local
court after 16 years of
marriage.
[he couple agreed to be
legally separated recently after
having been living apart for
several years. They have no
children.


The state radio reported big
air battles and artillery
exchanges in the south of the
canal's central zone.
Apparently, it said, fighting
was going on in the city of
Suez itself.
In Cairo, an Egyptian
military communique indicated
fighting was under way near
the town of Suez.
"After this morning's
ceasefire Israeli forces tried to
cut the radio to Suez and our
forces stopped them from
doing this," the communique
said.
It acknowledged for the first
time that Israeli forces were in
an area south of Suez
stretching some 18 kilometers
to the little oil port of Adabieh
and the Suez Gulf.
The communique said the
Israelis pushed southward from
their bridgehead near Ismailia
on the west bank of the Suez
Canal after the first ceasefire
was to have gone into force.
No Israeli forces were on the
west bank of the Suez Canal
between the Cairo-Ismailia
road and the Mediterranean
coast to the north, it said, and
none in the main towns of
Suez Ismailia and Port Said.
But south on Ismialia "small
units of enemy forces are
inter-penetrated with our
forces," the announcement
said.
And Egyptian forces control
the entire east bank of the
canal except for a length of
about five miles near the Bitter
Lakes, where territory captured
by the Egyptians on the east
bank measures 3,000 square
kilometers, the communique
said.
Supply operations across the
canal are continuing without
interruption, it added.
There was still no official
word from Egypt that it had
accepted the second ceasefire
ordered by the Security
Council.
But a United Nations official
in Cairo said he had been
notified that Cairo's forces
would abide by the ceasefire.


Farewell, Pablo
SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico -
Pablo Casals, musician and
humanitarian, has been buried
in Puerto Rico. the land he
selected to live out his final
days.


BEIRUT (AP) The past
week has been filled with a
swirl of oil statistics, many of
them conflicting and most of
them unintelligible to all but a
small band of top Government
and oil company officials.
However, the figures are less
significant when measured
against the enormous amount of
pride and self confidence that
has been displayed by the
major Arab oil producers in the


-Belt up-. MidEast minded

your ..T.


babies,


mothers


told
CHICAGO (AP) -
Mothers' arms are not the
safest place for babies in
automobiles, says a group of
physicians concerned with
automotive safety. Each
year more than 300 infants
under the age of one die in
the United States because of
car accidents, they said at the
annual meeting of the
American Academy of
Pediatrics.
The group, physicians for
automotive safety, is
sponsoring an exhibit on
automotive safety for
children.
The most neglected infants
are the newborns "because 99
per cent of the more than
three million hospital-born
infants travel home in
mother's arms without proper
car-seat protection," the
group said.
"None of the agencies of
the federal government,
public health and safety
organizations, the medical
profession, nor hospital
administrations have taken
the initiative to change the
prevailing practice..."
Dr. Seymour Charles, of
Irvington, N.J., president of
the group, told newsmen
many child restraints being
marketed are inadequate.
He described the restraint
best for infants as a sturdy
carrier with harness, strapped
into the car with seat belts so
that the baby is facing the
back of the car.
Dr. Robert G. Scherz of
the Army Medical Centre,
Tacoma, Wash., said a study
showed that only 13.6 per
cent of children under age 15
who were involved in
accidents in the state of
Washington in 1972 were
wearing restraints.
Among the 9,356 children
involved in accidents who
were not wearing restraints,
there were 57 deaths, while
there were no deaths among
children who wore restraints,
he said.
He said nearly twice as
many of those who did not
wear restraints were injured
in the accidents as those who
did.
Charles termed the public
attitude toward the use of
restraints as "nothing less
than child neglect."

March past
LUSAKA (AP) -
Celebrations were being held
throughout Zambia today to
mark the ninth anniversary of
the country's independence.
In Lusaka, the highlight was
a combined military and
civilian march past outside the
High Court where President
Kaunda took the salute.


riixon cancels


television date


WASHINGTON (AP) -
President Nixon, reported
concentrating on Middle East
developments, cancelled plans
for an address to the nation
tonight on Watergate and
instead scheduled a broadcast
news conference for 9 p.m.
tomorrow
The White House announced
the change of plans less than
two hours after Nixon returned
from an overnight stay at
Camp David, where he
reportedly devoted all his time
to a consideration of Middle
East developments.
Deputy Press Secretary
Gerald Warren said Nixon
decided upon a news
conference in the East Room
of the White House to handle
questions about the Watergate
tapes crisis because he did not
have time to prepare a speech
to the nation.
Warren also noted that a
news conference could deal
with inquiries about the search
for an Arab-Israeli peace as
well as Nixon's handling of the
Watergate tapes crisis.
Warren said Nixon spent all
last night at Camp David
conferring by telephone with
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger and others on the
attempt to arrange a firm
Middle East ceasefire.
Alexander Haig Jr., Nixon's
Chief of Staff, said the
President's dramatic turnabout
yesterday in surrendering the
tapes to U.S. District Court
Judge John Sirica did not stem
solely from fear of
impeachment but reflected
"the whole milieu of national
concern" that included the
firing of Watergate Special
Prosecutor Archibald Cox and
the departure from government
of the top two Justice
Department officials.
Haig said Nixon reached his
decision about noon yesterday
after "very painful and
agonizing discussions" with his
staff.
Both Haig and Charles Alan
Wright, a Nixon lawyer,
pictured the White House as
having totally misjudged the
public clamour that arose as a
result of Nixon's weekend
action.
Archibald Cox said he was
happy "the President wisely
chose to respect the rule of
law" and turn over the tapes.
President Nixon's about-face
on the tapes issue is expected
to still much of the
impeachment talk.
But not all. The House of
Representatives continues
today a preliminary inquiry
into impeachment proceedings
that was begun before the
president's decision to allow
Judge Sirica to hear the tapes.
And Democratic national
chairman Robert Strauss says
he'll be holding private talks
today with top party leaders


Anne can marry -official


LONDON (AP) Princess
Anne got the official go-ahead
to marry her Cavalry officer
fiance Captain Mark Phillips, in
the shape of an historic
parchment signed by the
Archibishop of Canterbury.
The parchment, known as a
royal special licence, states that
the Queen has given her


consent to the wedding in
Westminster Abbey on
November 14.
David Rarcy, the
Archibishop's registrar, said
"because the couple are being
married in Westminster Abbey
without the calling of banns or
being resident in the precincts,
a special licence is required


from the Archbishop."
The licence will be
produced at the Abbey
wedding and later placed in the
church's archives.
The parchment, handwritten
in blue, red and black bears the
Archbishop's seal at the
bottom.


on the possibility of continuing
impeachment efforts.
But reaction to the
President's move has been
largely favourable.
For the time being at least
many Republicans such as
Arizona Senator Barry
Goldwater hail the president's
step for averting a national
crisis.
Meanwhile, efforts are
expected to continue to force
the hiring of a special
Watergate prosecutor that the
President cannot fire.
The Senate Judiciary
Committee meets today to
decide whether to press for an
inquiry into the president's
weekend ouster of Archibald
Cox as special prosecutor.
And a number of Senators
are introducing legislation
calling for a court-appointed
prosecutor independent of the
President.
Two such bills were
introduced yesterday by
Senators Adlai Stevenson, of
Illinois and Lawton Chiles, of
Florida, both Democrats.
And another bill sponsored
by Democratic Senators Birch
Bayh, of Indiana, Philip Hart
of Michigan, and Edward
Kennedy is being delayed until
later this week while they
gather Republican sponsors for
it.
The Senate Judiciary
Committee inquiry will focus
not only on the special
prosecutor but the promises
for that office's independence
that prompted Senate
confirmation of Elliot
Richardson as Attorney
General earlier this year.
Richardson resigned this
weekend rather than break his
promise to the Senate about
Cox's independence.

Harbour

collision

SAN JUAN (AP) The U.S.
Coast Guard was investigating
today the collision in San Juan
harbour last night between the
German cruise liner La Boheme
and the British flag container
ship Swift Arrow.
The collision occurred at the
mouth of San Juan harbour.
One woman passenger aboard
the La Boheme was injured.
The collision tore a sizeable
hole midships high on the port
side of the Boheme, a Coast
Guard spokesman said.
The La Boheme and the
Swift Arrow are docked in San
Juan.



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Middle East.
Abdul Rahman Ategha, head
of the Organization of Arab
Petroleum Exporting Countries
(OAPEC), said in a recent
interview, "making our own
decisions is what is important.
We have finally taken full
responsibility for our
resources."
He referred to unilateral
price increases announced last
week by Middle East oil


Russia faces boycott threat


MIAMI BEACH (AP)
Maritime union leaders met in
New York today to plan a
boycott of Soviet cargoes in an
effort to force Arab countries
to resume shipping oil to the
United States.
Thomas W. Gleason,
president of the International
Longshoremen's Association,
announced' the meeting and
planned boycott at the close of
the AFL-CIO convention here
yesterday.
"This thing (boycott) is
going into effect," said
Gleason. "The minute or hour.


we don't know."
Hie said the boycott would
make the Soviet Union, a
major supplier of arms to the
Arabs, pressure Arab nations to
resume oil shipments to the
United States.
Gleason said the boycott
would cover all Russia-bound
cargo, including grain and
industrial equipment, until the
Middle East war ends.
He said union seamen would
refuse to serve on vessels
carrying goods to Russia.
"If the Russians are going to


try to keep us cold this winter,
we in the maritime unions are
going to try and keep them
hungry," Gleason said,
referring to the U.S. need for
heating oil and the Soviet need
for grain.
Other unions that could be
involved in the boycott are the
National Maritime Union, the
Seafarers International Union,
the National Marine Engineers
Beneficial Association, the
American Radio Association,
the Radio Officers Union and
the Masters, Mates and Pilots.


producers and an Arab
embargo on export of oil to
the United States.
The immediate practical
effects of the price increases
and production curbs are still
being debated. The consumer
countries will make their views
known at a meeting of the oil
committee of the Organization
for Economic Cooperation and
Development (OECD), which is
to meet in Paris tomorrow.


10 11


WASHINGTON (AP) Dr.
Addeke Boerma, head of the
Food and Agriculture
Organization of the United
Nations has said the world is
living on the brink of mass
hunger despite improved crop
production this year.
Boerma called upon the
United States to support his
proposal for a "world food
security" plan in which grain
reserves could be built up as a
hedge against future
shortages.

VIENNA (AP) .- A team
of Austrian doctors, assisted
by four Chinese specialists.
have performed what they
called the first goitre
operation in Europe using
only acupuncture to deaden
the pain, the Austrian Press
Agency reported.
The 28-year-old woman
patient was rendered
insensitive to pain within 20
minutes by inserting two
needles in specific points of
the ear according to the
Chinese experts' advice.

HOUSTON (AP) Elmer
Wayne Henley, one of two
youths accused in Houston's
mass murder case, will plead
insanity at his trial, his lawyer
said.
Henley, 17, is scheduled to
be tried Jan. 14 on a charge
of murder in the slaying of
Charles Cobble, 17, one of 27
youths whose bodies were
found in Houston and two
other areas.

NEW YORK (AP) A top
U.N. health official says the
great advances in medical
technology in the last 25
years have failed to improve
the quality of health care for
most of the world's people.

ROME (AP) Airport
directors and management
personnel staged a 24-hour
walkout of their own tn a
dispute baffling stranded
tourists.
The "executive strike"
grounded nearly 200 planes.
The protest was over a bill
before Parliament to transfer
the jurisdiction of Fumicino
airport from the Ministry of
Civil Aviation to a state
holding company.





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NuLI.us ADDICTrUS JUARE IN VEWA MAGISTIU
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH,O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-19 72
Contrlbutlng Editor 1972.
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Publisher/Editor 1972 -
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Wednesday, October 24, 1973


By ETIENNE DUPUCHI
ARE YOU IN A MOOD for another ghost story today?
My father had a dear friend who seemed to see a ghost under
every blade of grass.
He was at our house almost every night swapping stories with
my father. Some of his experiences were amusing.
This friend lived in a two-storey house at Mackey and Bay
Streets. In order to get home he had to pass the dreaded St.
Matthew's churchyard. On more than one occasion he thought he
saw something. He couldn't pass it and so he would come back to
our house and my father would go home with hintm.
One night he swore there was a ghost prowling around in the
middle of the eastern parade.
It turned out to be a white-faced cow lying in the grass. Ivetry
time she moved her head the moon shone on her face and gave it
a ghostly appearance.
But the best story is about the time he drove home front hns
grocery shop on Bay Street in his buggy. lie always kept fine
trotting horses.
A friend of his had died in the neighbourhood earlier in the
day and so he was in a very apprehensive state of mind when hie
drove into his yard that night.
Everything went well in the beginning. Hie unhitched the horse
and put him in the stable. He called his yard boy, a labourer lie
had raised from childhood, to help him pull the buggy into tlie
stable house.
Then it happened. There was the ghost ofhis friend ... at least
so he thought ... standing right in his path at the approach to the
stable house.
He couldn't go forward ... and he was too afraid to go back. In
a fury of fear he drew the long horse whip from its holder in the
buggy and threatened the apparition with it.
But it neither moved nor spoke. It just stayed pinned to the
spot, completely disregarding the threat of the whip.
This man stood there all night threatening, the ghost and
trembling in his boots.
When dawn finally broke his ghost was exposed.
Someone had put a hat on top of a post in the stable house aind
in the dark it looked like a man I suspect that someone put it
there to frighten my father's friend.
And so ghosts are created in the darkness of night.

I have told this story before but it fits into this series in which
I am telling how ghosts are created in the darkness through feal
This happened in France in the closing days of the first world
war.
The Hindenburg Line had been broken and the German army
was on retreat all along the line.
There was no further use for our unit and so we halted and
were camped in a deep, dark ravine. This had been a German
stronghold. The Germans had excavated comfortable, well
furnished dug-outs about sixty feet underground. Some of them
looked like officers' quarters.
We must have got there just after a battle because some of the
dead had not yet been buried. I was in charge of Quartermaster
stores. The body of a handsome young man was still lying on its
back on the floor when I moved in to the quarters assigned me
for army stores.
This was really a frightening place at night for anyone who was
afraid of the dark.

One night a Jamaican had been off scrounging somewhere. Ile
had left the valley. I can't imagine where he could have gone
because it seemed that everything had been laid waste by the
scars of war for many miles around.
It was possible that there were ruins of a village somewhere
nearby where scraps of value might be scrounged from the rubble.
But even this was a remote possibility because the story I am
about to tell you took place long after dark had set in.
I suppose that some of the men must have gone roaming from
the valley after dark because, when this man came back to tlie
valley, he found a ghost waiting for him.
The ghost concealed itself in the shadows until its victim had
passed him. And then it made a noise to attract attention.
First it was a small white thing, almost level with the ground.
Nothing particularly startling to begin with.
But then this white thing grew and grew and grew until it nmu.st
have been twelve feet tall, with outstretched wings.
The Jamaican was terrified. He went screaming up the valley.
fighting to get into one of the doors in dugouts that lined its
walls.
But the men in the dugouts heard the screams. They thought
another man had gone crazy from shellshock and so all the doors
were secured against him.
Near the end of the valley when he saw no means of escape
from his ghostly pursuer he fell face down on flie ground. And
the great white thing towered over him.
When he was picked up the unfortunate man was crying and
babbling like an idiot. The next day he was taken to a mental
hospital, a stark raving lunatic.

Sergeant Nelson was about six feet four inches tall. Hlie was the
tallest man in our unit. He had trouble keeping track of some of
his men after dark and so he decided to create a ghost in the
valley to keep them in camp. He was the 12-foot tall ghost that
sent one ofhis own countrymen to a mental institution.
The extra height was created by using a white sheet on a stick.
I don't know what happened to this man because, shortly after
this incident, we were moved to Taranto, a town in the south of
Italy, for transportation back home, to be discharged from ithe
army. Nor do I know if any action was taken against Sergeant
Nelson.

To round out this column I will repeat another story I have
told before. It is not exactly a ghost story but I feel it is worth
retelling for the benefit of possible new readers.
I was friendly with the cook in our unit. He was an Indian
type, probably from British Guyana or British Honduras on the


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A new concept to help make


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By Daphne Wallace Whitfield
THE AMFRICAN I)REAM based on a rejection of the social immobility of the Old World was concretely expressed by parents (no
matter \\hat their social, educational and economic background) telling their children: "You can become President of the United


States."


Fhis diea,'i lu s bi ecI '
somiiiiw hat I111 ined
InI the ltBahaiiua, banking and
tourism arei bIasicals our ionlyt
industries
In a rc cniil Iterview \\ ilh
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of the Banke '" ( hilb lund ,r
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abilities otl young Bahamian
men and woimnci entering the
banking M d and realized that
provi v in d n avc nloes for
advance r ln nt waS not
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I s itute of Banke rs
I Kax miii on! is university, pass
degree -standaid.
Mr Mansfield expressed

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MR. DOUGLAS MANSFIELD, president of the Bankers
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(For story see Town and Around).


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stud. t~iililles loi Hank arid


ertm n atio',s ol thle ,ri h -
rC ani ai l ti I c 'li In "l-lli l s
of Idiikc:'.
I lie t.ie.i is an ctI ondl his i 'i d
iand is tniuIp' Ceid inv. h cilt I t :' I I
table !oI both w\ nrlInt .i d

\ 1 1i d a1 nd
rec I"II1C'n,;kdel io tks of

I i s I 1 ill e o 1 ,a i k eC \ danll111Atlo s have beenI
ordered, anId ia number r is
al eadI h lk \I l o ltC ha I s .il
ibeen tak.'n | ac.i,'q ,' lh


l' 'i 1 long tune tried to do as
In i,'l 1s possible 1 or
Bahamians int training for
'.'mple, two years a'go they
Jt ,!o d ;:b!'-ar lo i'e' Na'.ssal
I2 hIl ual, institute.
\ tscheic was also' dcised
t pride an honouronum'i or
-slt, i Bal ii'a n s .'' ents
.:.' '.ssed Pairt I of the 1 'C.K
I t utme of tlHankers
e a\, nations.
liowever, the number of
Baai.ilian students who passed
Pai I twas disappointingly few
in tact there have only been
'our sue,.ssful candidates ol
th' P: i 1 \man at it'ns -f;nce
the h )onorar'i llln scheme e w as

I Isew heie in II t e 1 world a
Parr I p.'- is a c ar.
reC(I|IMlc i 'oI exec'1i ix\ 't >ua t in1
'anking
he Bankers Clhib ,was not

re -thinking' M r Man\li ld
told I ic. H Ie s nh ousli
scnsitive to and appreciative .)f
hiie social conditions iI tihe
Baha,aiis. )Our educational
stiiud.li ds inl the BahianL.iu i.'
not been u)p to AVineicair ot
I1 i'mpean standards and r idat
o tht'e soung ten arid w o i
Cientnclin banks not only llaboul
ni.dcer a lack of a full and
tnii 'lt academite bhackgriund
but also tfrom "a -,IcIal
eni uontment that precluded
them t rumi stud ing'"
In his address at the opening
of the Bankers Studm Centre
\Mr. Mansfield referred to the
dit'l icultles experienced b\


('Ce tiial-Sout llih j A ic i u. u tintiland, l e andl ,i brother were in the
same platoon
One tul I found ii i illn u a eoo gloom\ mioo
I asked hin what was \vwo, u ing hlimi and then lie told nme .'al
late proved to hbe a lenii, ahile stolv.
lie said that xever telii ca!s ... onl the day ... a member ol hus
family stuftieed a violent death
I tried to brush his fears off lightly by pointing out that the
war was now just aboul o\ei and so he had nothing to feat. I
suggested that it iuighl hiappmen to somie member of his family
back in his hoite town.
"Thai's just it," lie said. "I lihae no family left back in my
home town. M\ biotheci and I are the only two alive. And
tomorrow is the day,. It must he one of us."
Thle cook was perfectly saif" 1i his kitchen in the ravine.
Nothing could happen to ilun there ... Ordinarily lie had no
reason to leave his kitchen. But the next day lie did.
It is not yet cleai to me how in happened. But he was killed.
The last casuall\ in our unit.
This is not a ghost stoiy bul it certainly has a ghostly twist.

Who can control uis fate" SIIAKLSPLARE'S Otheldl


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Dance to raise cash
\ HAI.[LO\, I dance at the Novernment I,,us
S.l;,.Io i t itis night is the t ie st ctltort b\ the ,'!omenc'
.i.i so et to raise .S 00 this Near to btu i mobile
; o ltou \\ Providence making books tiailable tlo
PcrIc BCthiel gloup is to provide thIe music at the
SA!Ii is s.chLedulk lor tS p.m. to midnight.
poswd mobilee library s.Mill hi.ve special sections ior
i ,.i! blind l an tid th re ver otin'g.
e is thle st tnd-raising etfort t the society,
I ti;\ ( aolinei Butler became its president.

It1 MMAGE SALE BEST YET
T L: .A '; T.lt Mary successful ever.
S .. i n tge sale C \Lnc and eslic oodsl
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Ic.


< C 1C i lldrll t I t, \,CIe
congratulated on Sundad I he%
thank eerione s ho helped to
:take their ettort so suCcessfu!l
I he r iiii !gc i de c wl\as held
orn rida .i:id Sattrd. i ;l itic
I report Jet Wash.


MOST I PEOPLE have at least
one banana sprouting up
somewhere in the garden but
for those who have not the
Potter's (ay Produce E change
has come to the rescue w:th a
1iop to satisfy even the
strongest banana sweet tooth.
Bananas are native to
southeast Asia but arc now
grown throughout the trop,,
I tIcs are the bet' kno.iwn
atd mostt popular tropical r.itt
'c .tisc of the excellent ta'tr
.nd that hidden asset higli
tood value
Fhanks to refrigerated
transportation, the\ are
available year round in the
tenmpcrdte /one cven I hough
the\ cannot be grown
successftilly away from the
tropics or sub-troplis
The slightest hint .of frost
m1eins the end of the bandianl
plant.
In the States, they can be
grown on!\ in southern Fl'lorida
with an occasional ornamental
attempt in southern (California.
Nowhere else in the vast '.S
will support the Idelicate
banana.
But the Bahamas gro'
them and nos they are
plentiful
Bananas lend themselves !list
as %%ell to entree dishes as to
desserts, cakes anrd breads. I r\
this one \ith hamni
Spread toutr thin slices of
boiled .ham wit h prepared
ritListard.
Peel four bananas and place
one on each slice of ham. Roll
and place in a shallow banking
In a auepran. conibile halt
a cop ot milk wsith hralt a
pound process Amierican
chIeese. Cook over low hati%
until the cheese melts and the
sauce is well blended. Poui
the sauce over the hain rolls
and bake at 350 degrees for
halt an hour.
Bananas can be baked or


fried and served as a vegetable
with meat, fish or poultry. Fry
by melting a little butter in a
pan. Peel and thickly slice
bananas and fry until soft and
lightly browned on both sides.
Sprinkle with a little salt. For
banking, heat the oven to 450
Place the peeled, sliced
bananas in a well greased pan
Pour over a little melted butter
and sprinkle with salt. Bake for
10 minutes.
Deep fry them too. Combine
a lightly beaten egg with one
and a half teaspoon of salt.
Peel and cut bananas into inch
slices and dip in the egg. Drain
and roll in dried bread crumbs.
Deep fry until brown and
tender. Drain off excess fat.
Ihese are also served as a
vegetable with meats.
Broiled bananas can be
served either as a meat garnish
or as a dessert with whipped
cream or ice cream. Peel the
bananas and sprinkle them
with brown sugar, a little
lemon juice and a dash of
cloves or cinnamon. Broi! for
about 10 minutes or until
golden and tender.
Salads are easy with
bananas. Cut bananas in
two-inch chunks and roll the
pieces in finely chopped nuts.
Place on lettuce leaves and top
with mayonnaise.
C('t a banana lengthwise and
place on a lettuce leaf.
Combine cottage cheese and
pineapple bits and place a bia
dollop on the banana.
For desserts, the selection is
practically endless.
Peel six bananas and cut in
quarters. Sprinkle with lime
uice and brown in butter. Add
a little salt. In a saucepan.
combine a cup of sweet red
wine, a cup of brown sugar,
halt a teaspoon each of nutmeg
and cinnamon, a quarter
teaspoon ground cloves and
one and a half teaspoons grated
orange rind. Place the bananas
in a buttered dish and pour the
syrup over all.
Cover with a layer of fine
cookie crumbs and chopped
almonds. Bake in a 350 degree
oven until browned. Just
before serving add a cup of
rum and ignite. Serve flaming.
This elegant dessert is simple
and fast. Split the bananas in
half lengthwise, scoop out the
pulp into a bowl and mash it.
Add a little kirsch to taste, Pile
the pulp back into the skins
and bake at 450 degrees until
the tops are browned.
Here is an excellent recipe
for banana cake.
Pre-heat oven to 350
degrees. Cream half a cup of
butter until light and fluffy.
Gradually beat in one an a half
cups sugar and two slightly
beaten eggs. Beat well. Add a
cup of mashed bananas and a
teaspoon of vanilla extract.
In another bowl. sift
together two cups pastry flour,
half a teaspoon baking soda
and a quarter teaspoon salt.
Add the flour mixture to the
but ter and sugar mixture
alternately with half a cup of
milk and blend well Spoon
into a well greased nine-inch
cake pan. Bake for 40 minutes.
For banana bread, mix three
well-mashed bananas with two
eggs until the mixture is light.


another bowl sift together two
cups flour, three-quarters cup
sugar, one teaspoon each salt
and baking soda. Add the flour
mixture to the banana-egg
mixture and add half a cup of
chopped nuts. Blend well. Pour
into a buttered 9 by 5 loaf pan
and bake at 350 degree for one
hour
Another banana bread, this
time with rasins. Pre-heat oven
to 350 degrees. Sift together
one and three-quarters cups
sifted all-purpose flour, two


te


quarter teaspoon baking soda
and half a teaspoon salt. In
another bowl, combine a third
of a cup of shortening with
two-thirds of a cup sugar. Mix
well. Add two unbeaten eggs
and mix until very light and
fluffy.
Add a cup of raisins to the
flour mixture and add the
raisins and flour to the egg and
sugar mixture alternately with
one cup of mashed bananas.
Blend until smooth. Turn into
a greased 9 by 5 loaf pan and


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I T O N C nd- A R O. N D


From Page 3
delight in the fact that there
appears to be a substantial
i.cIeasei i the inunber of
Hiahinnians enrolling for these
S, \ ani nations. Seventh *-nine
ilsons from the Bahamas sat
he April 1473 Part I
examinationss and the pass
.Cverage of the Bahamian
students compared quite
:avouirabl\ i ith students fronti
Father part',s the world
Not that Bahainans' in
.iankinm hase noti risen high in
i.i tield b t'oei I here are
-.u cess slor 's In I 1
.Sas',soon 1 o xcimpic Reno
Brown ro a ,owver a ::o I
\ears from rk ;' neto&
Clifford ( liner.
q U a I i d l'
account ant. a I t is ai 1 li to
with Sassoon.
Co m ple me nt nlg the

.1pil
ExI rmnaor


I


formation of the Study Centre
is the accomplishment of a
separate committee quite
outside the Bankers Club
consisting of personnel oltfier
and other e\ecutites in the
banking community Ihis
committee have spearheaded a
course at the Nassau Technical
C .11 c which began last night
aimed at giving hanging
stud entis background
information before thei start
the tough banking e\ams,
\ gain. Mrs. Barbara
Lightbourn ot the ITrust
(iorporat on of Bahamna.
iinfornmed me thee was at
"overwhcIIelmiitng response t and
that they "hite i had to tur'n
down hndred, i :; sTudents)"
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rA :, 1, 1\ tJ e mirajtori t "of
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TOW,*ndAROUND


Joyce Marie Antoni marries Canadian


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1111 M \RRIA(. J was J
'olc'nni etd .it 5.30) p.', ( on
\v.is t .iat St. Mlar
i.N daline ( hurch, l ronto.
( )lnL ri, ( nad;a I o tl c\e
1I c n.in \n l tIII. L in IgI r
d.iighter of )r. andl Mrs.
\ Ibh rt Init it ll tceport
liand [jh nU ind al ( wii:n ront
\M<1 arlali nd I itle.. im l, son oW
MrI. Mis. Donmald (. illic ot
\indsor Onta.irio.
Ihe bride, who '. i', given
as i h\i her lather, \ orc a tull
leng'th goi"n olI white silk
'r "." ti/ 1 ivecr satin d sci ned
t t lh an t ttdclied I t ain. ln1
t 'ki shlc.snsd trini d ii s "ii'i

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l i th l riplc-t w l d \ 1 i. 'l
Ik ]llu io(n tell from l a s i ctail
i ud-ds.ic tl sillt m c'd w iithi
I '.l hin. lc Sic. She ia v-id ,a
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ws c t health roses,t wiittc
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patter n. Ier broad briii
p iturre hat was in ;iq ui
tImImiild ith a single rosec.


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MR.&MRS.CAMERON LITTLE
lihe bridesmaids the Misses
Donna and Jackic Shields of
I london, Ontario and Miss
Miind\ Wiesler of Iuielph.
(O n t a r i t wc r e
illttied in identical owns s in
shocking pink picture hats. I lhe
tiuniior bridesniaids were Miss
IJnine Antoni of I report.
i rand Bahama and Miss
( .th\ MShelds iot London,
Sltario,. I he\ were identicallyv
pi inC e in shocking pink and
'Ahitt c loral length organ/a
tresses and wore matching
shocking pink rosebuds in their
hair.


All the bride's attendants
carried baskets of pink and
blue flowers trimmed with blue
and pink ribbons.
The Best Man was Mr. David
Ruch of Windsor, Ontario. and
the groomsmen were Dr.
Ronald Wesler, Messrs. Robert
Alexander, Grant Harrison,
Robert McCabe and Robert
Shields.
Music was provided by the
organist of St. Mary
Magdalene's choir and the
"Ave Maria" was sung by the
soloist during the signing of tht
register.
lThe reception was held in
the Centennial Ballroom at the
Inn on the Park where the
fasterr of ( ceremonies, Mr. Jack
Shields, introduced Dr. Aimado
\ n t ion i wiho gave the
Invocation preceding dinner
and Dr. Robert Antoni, who
proposed the toast to the
bride.
\ Among the guests from
Freeport attending, the
'l... 1l L were Dr. and Mrs.
Amado Antoni and Miss
1lelanie Antoni, Dl)r. and Mrs.
Robert Antoni and Miss Janine
Antoni, Mrs. Alvin Tucker, Mr.
,oid Mrs. Reginald Curtis and
D)t. ard Mrs. Robert Bailey.
The couple honeymooned in
Freeport, Grand Bahama and


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WITH POPE
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Rome. The Bishop was in
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from October 1 to 5 was to
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and motivating people in
developing countries for its self
development of the local
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Bishop Leonard observed his
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October 19.



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By Abigail Van Buren
S1973 Of CAlce Trifim-N. Y. News Sy1., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: Someone signed "SMELLS BAD IN
ROANOKE" wrote to say she was extremely clean about
herself and her clothing, but she smelled a terrible odor
about herself, which nobody said they smelled, and it was
driving her out of her mind.
I had the same problem for four years. Finally my
doctor discovered I had diabetes. He put me on a low
carbohydrate diet, and the smell left me. CURED NOW
DEAR ABBY: This is my 50th year as a physician and
I have seen a number of cases like the one described by
"SMELLS BAD."
That person should consult an ear, nose, and throat
specialist for possible "Ozena" [stink nose], which causes a
breath so foul that everything smells bad to her. The condi-
tion is the result of a chronic infection in nose and sinuses
causing upper respiratory membranes to degenerate.
ARIZONA M.D.
DEAR ABBY: I also smelled bad and didn't know why.
My doctor looked into my navel with a flashlight and that's
where the smell was coming from. He cleaned it out and
advised me to keep it clean with a bit of cotton on a
toothpick, and my problem was solved. ON THE BUTTON
DEAR ABBY: Dr. Marion B. Sultzberger, a famous
dermatologist, once told me that he had a patient who
came to him with the same problem as "SMELLS BAD."
The doctor had the man st:ip. He still smelled bad. Then
the doctor told the man to remove his gold wedding band.
That was the culprit! In some people, their body chemistry
and certain metals create a very unpleasant odor.
J. T., CORONA DEL MAR, CAL.
DEAR ABBY: Tell that lady who smells bad my broth-
er had the same problem. He went to doctors and nobody
could help him. Finally an old man told him to drink four
ounces of dry white wine four times a day before meals,
and again at bedtime. He did and in a week the odor was
gone, and he was like a new man. COFFEYVILLE, KAS.
DEAR ABBY: "SMELLS BAD" should make an ap-
pointment with her dentist immediately. I had that prob-
lem, and didn't know it was caused by an infected wisdom
tooth. When my dentist discovered it he was amazed that I
did not have a toothache that raised the top of my head. I
never had a twinge of pain, but that terrible odor nearly
drove me nuts! OKAY NOW
DEAR ABBY: If "SMELLS BAD" wears glasses she
should check the nose piece of her glasses. I smelled some-
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I discovered it was the perspiration collected in the nose
piece of my glasses that was causing it. I bought new
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had any trouble since. SMELLS GOOD IN BALTIMORE
DEAR ABBY: It's the woman's gall bladder. A friend
of mine kept sniffing everywhere for "dead mice" for six
months. Finally, a doctor examined her and found that she
had gall bladder trouble. She was smelling her own infected
gall bladder! R. L. D. IN VERMONT
DEAR ABBY: The woman who smells bad should be
asked if she has had her ears pierced lately. When I had
mine pierced, I smelled bad for months before I found out I
had an infection in both ears from the piercing.
HAD IT IN ALABAMA

DEAR ABBY: Tell "SMELLS BAD" to check her ears.
I have itchy ears, and I used to feel like there was some-
thing crawling into my ears, so I would scratch them with
whatever was handy. Once I scratched my ear with a
crochet needle. It caused an infection deep inside my ear
which gave off a frightful odor, but I didn't discover it until
I went to a doctor. MRS. G. H., NEWBURY, MASS.
For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding,"
send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills,
Cal. 90212.


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Drama Circle presents


CHARLIE READER (Calvin Cooper) being
one of his women played by Y l


'The Tender Trap'


THE NEXT PRODUCTION
of the Bahama Drama Circle is
a comedy "The Tender
Trap" by Max Shulman and
Robert Paul Smith.
This extremely funny play
depicts the adventures of
Charles Reader, a bachelor in
New York, who is leading the
ideal life. Or so it seems to Joe
McCall, an old friend of his
from Indianapolis. Charlie has
an elegant apartment, a
well-paid job and beautiful girls
by the score all eager to
bring him food, tidy up his
apartment and cater to his
every wish.
Joe, who has come to New
York with a new discovery
w which will revolutionize
medical science, is very much
taken with Charlie's wonderful
set-up, and is more than a little
envious. Although he has a
wife and kids back home in
Indianapolis, the sight of
Charlie's gorgeous harem
running in and out the
apartment proves to be more
than normal flesh-and-blood
can bear.


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water. And who knows what the prices will be next Year?
ISLANDS have limited space, and these lots-10, Ob square
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Our offtter is valid to Bahamian residents only! And expires on
October 2th, 1973.
With your low-low down payment you receive a com-
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Berwin House on Frederick St.
McDeigan a Associates Ltd. 2-4264
Bernard-Sunley Building on Bay Street
Morley & O'Brien Real Estate
2-2794 Harris Building on Shirley Street
Braynen & Knowles Real Estate 2.116
Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel Arcade
Frank Carey Real Estate Ltd. 2-4815
Bay and Deveaux Streets
Maxwell Woodside Real Estate 3.S632
Corner of Bias St. & Blue Hill Road.
Ty Saunders Real Estate Ltd. 7-.162
2nd Floor, Bernard Sunley Building
Grosham Property Ltd. 27662 or 269"
107 Shirley Street
IN FREEPORT CONTACT:
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Suite D West. Churchill Building
Tenant & Cooper Ltd. 352-7841
Mercantile Bank Building


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He finds himself becoming
interested in one of Charlie's
girls, while Charlie heroically
continues to share himbaelf
among his beautiful fan club.
The fun gets fast and furious
until one morning, after a
particularly wild, frantic party,
Charlie finds himself engaged
to two luscious morsels and
up to his bachelor neck in
trouble.
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Thursday 25 through Sunday.
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Joe McCall Charles Bowleg
Jessica Collins Alice
Stewart-Morris
Sylvia Crewes Jeanne
Thompson
Julie Gillis Yvette Bethel
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Jr.
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C12169
NOTICE is hereby given that
MELVINA ARIMENTA
WILLIAMS of Charles Vincent
Street, 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 24th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau

C12168
NOTICE is hereby goven that
MILDRED OUTTEN .of
Baillou Hill Road, Nassau,
Bahamas is applying to the
M in 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 j written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 17th day of October
1973 to The Ministei
responsible for Nationality arnd
Citizenship, P O. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C12128
NOTICE is hereby given that
GLASTER JOHN MARCH of
Maret Street South, P. O. Box
N-1915, New Providence is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationaity aind
Citizenship, for registratjron as
4 citizen of The Bahama,, and
that any person who krnows
any reason why reg! -tation
should not be granted should
send a written arid ignried
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
17th day of October ',973 to
The Minister respoi-;bie 'or
Natonalit, ,ond Cti7--,n'shi, P.
0. Box N7147, Nas.au

C12167
NOTICE is here t at,
OLIVE JANE SIMMONS o
Eight Mile Pock Grand
Bahama is applying tn the
Mi nister responrsihle for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas and that any
person who knows an, reason
why registration should riot be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 17th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationad:,a aricd
Citizenship, P. O Bo, N7147,
Nassau.

C12127
NOTICE is hereby give, that
DEMETRIOS ROUSSOS o '
West Bay Street, New
Providence is applying to the
Mi nister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship.
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that arny
person who knows any rease-
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts with-:.
twenty -eight days from the
17th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible fo-
Nationality and Citizensh p. P
0. Box N7147, Nassau,
C12166
NOTICE ,s hereby give- tha-
VIDA EWETT SIMMONS of
Eight Mile Rock Grand
Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship.
for ',gsr'a' ,.. 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 day
from the 17th day of Octobe,
1973 to The Ministe-
responsible for National ty arind
Citizenship. P. O Box N7147.
Nassau.


C12146
NOTICE is hereby given that
MADGELYN IRENE HALL of
1st Street The Grove is
applying to the Minister
resp onsible for ,.iJ i.:,ri i, and
Citizenship, for naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 17th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C12143
NOTICE is hereby given that
F O-I)C I RE BE" A T RIE-


r iU ., i E L" It I I r K _
SEYMOUR of Providence
Avenue Chippingham is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
17th day of October 1973 tc
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOmE


C12149
NOTICE is hereby given that
WELLINGTON NORRIS
HALL of 1st Street The Grove
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
naturalization should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty eight days
from the 17th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147.
Nassau.

C121 74
NOT ILL 's hereby given that
JOHN A)DAMS BROIVN to
Russell Island EleutherJa is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship for registration as a
citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who krnoA-s
any season why registration
should not be granted should
send a wr itten jnt
signed statement of the facts
within twenty -eght days rsom
the 17th day of October 19 i 73
to The I'inister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147. Nassau.

C12153
NOTICE is hereby given that
HELENA ROSITA BEEN of
Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Mir-ister
responsible for Nationa;atv and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, arind
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twe'ty-eight dcays irom 'he
I 7th day of Octuber '9 73 to
The Ministef responsible for
Nat onality arid Citizenship. P
0 Biex N71,17. N as


NOTICE heieby given that
ASiWOOD OLONUS LL
s i:, sl b teet The Grov- -
applying to the M nis'ter
responsible for National0ty and
Citizenship, for ratu al isati on
as a citizen of The Bahamas.
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalization should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 17th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible nor Nationality and
Citizenship, P 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C 12145
NOTICE is hereby given that
ISRAEL NATHANIEL HALL
nof st Street The Grove is
appiving to the Minister
responsible tor Nationality and
CitizenshDi ,'0 naturalisation
as a ci-,ze- of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows ar;y reason why
',atL.ralisa on ; should not be
grated should send a written
and a.gned statement of the
facts with:,' twentv-eight days
'iom the 17th day of October
1973 toh The Minister
resporaisbie for National ity and
Citizenhip. P 0 Box N7147,
Nas.au:
C12.
OT I herebt given that
SIMON 0' FLS(ON ALEXIS of
F ,arr,', ; uoacl Oakes Field.
'.ja':,. N apoiying to thI ,
V1 'itiob 'i s:' Ilib e to'
Na'.ona a a';d Pcitizenship,
for regist, ;tio0 .'. a tizen o'
The Riaham"as, a'd that any
pers whi tr' z any reason
w,,y er.:,-arato', hoild riot be
grarntI-d -.K-' ld send a written
and signed statement of the
acts w,thin twenty -eght days
from the 241h d'ay u' October
1973 'o The Minister
respo.sih'- for PNaoionauity and
Citizenship, P O ho< N7147,
Nassau

C12264
NOTICE is hereby given that
H I LDA LILLIAN
LIGHTBOURNF of Poinciana
Drive, Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
resporsyible for Nationaraity and
Crtizenish p, for registration,
naturalisation as a citizen of
The Bahamas, ard that any
person who knows any reason
why registrationinaturalisation


should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
24th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C 12148
NOTICE is hereby given that
EDWIS ALVIN HALL of 1st
Street The Grove is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 17th
day of October 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C12152
NOTICE is her-, 1t) '

of Last '. Sou'h, .
applying to the S.,,
responsible for Natoir '!v r
Citizenship, for registat.or) 1
a Citizen of The Bahamas, ,is
that any person who p ,-r
any reasoitn why' V ic ''rat,,
should not b g anted I.ho::,,'
send a written and i,,nsu
statement of the fact, wf tlsn
twenty-eight da-,s irnr She
.7th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible fi i
Nationality and Cit i e i shis. Pr
0. Box N7147, Njra'is.

Ci2160
NOTICE is hereby given that
HEINZ JOHANN BECKER uo1
Kailsrohe, West Germany s .
applying to the Miniistei
responsible fo' Nat:onari ty and
Citizenship. for registration ,
a citizen of The B.alh.nias, an !
that any persor who kunow-
any reason whv.' registration
should not be grau e'd i.si: ld
send a written and igued
statement o0 the 'acts v.'ithin
twenty-eight days f',i' 1- the"
17th day o' Octobenr 1.7) t,.
The Minist,-r rosn. n is b;'s i0
Nationality and Citi'enshih ,p P
O Box N7147. Na.N

C12265
NOTICE is hereby given tha
ELSIE VICTORIA W'ALc'INr
of Eight Mile Rock. Cmad
Bahama, P. 0. Box 2' )j ,.
applying to the M n i st -
responsible for Nationalty andi
Citizenship, for registrat'ois i',
citizen of The Bahamas air
that any person whn kowso ny
reason why registration should
riot be granted should send i
w' tten and signed statement
of the fact s w l ti r
twenty-e'ight (iays from the
24th day of Octoher 197"3 to
The Minister re-ponsible 'or
National ity and ciizeniship P.I
0. Box N7147. Nassau.

C12275
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOHN CH R ISTOPHER-
WILLIAMS of The Western
District of the Island of New
Providence. Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Njit,.nail,t anc
Citizenship, for naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamrnas,
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 24th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau

C'12271
NOTICE is hereby given that
SAMUEL OSCAR BASDEN of
P.O. Box F-2465, 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
24th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147. Nassau.


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C 12 154
NOTICE is hereby qigo ,
r-I-.lESELLINGTON Hi -N t
Freeport, Grand BahjI' ,
applying to the %V! Yrt
responsible for Natioa' .if. ,u
Citizenship, for regstr at' I
a citizen of The Bahamas 't(
that any person who kno'.-,
any reason why regir,tati:ol
should not be granted shuid
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statement of the fact. vv.i,.r,
twenty-eight days from '
17th day of October 19/' ,I
The Minister responsible
Nationality and Citizens. lp.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C 12144
NOTICE is hereby give) t "
GEORGE GABRIEL fi' Po
Beach Street. Nassa.
applying to the Mini,'.i
responsible for Nationalit fy .'
Citizenship, for registration ai
a citizen of The Bahamas, a,,d
that any person who knov-.
any reason why ieqor'i ,
should not be granted sh'i
send a written and ,
statement of the facts ws, i
twenty-eight days
17th day of October '-, :
The Minister respo i '
Nationality and ( itc :.n .hip i'
0. Box N7147. Nassau.

C12260
NOTICE is hereby gpven that
GEORGE CHRISTOPHER
BRISCO of Mars Bay Arndi-
Bahamas is apDplvng ti'ito
M minister re',po-r ibl ; ihe
Nationality and CF tit -''
for registration as a cit n .
The Bahamas, anin tha
person who knows an, ','-i
why registration should ,'- -
granted should send a w it's.
and signed statement it the
facts within twenty-eifht ;1,.-,
from the 24th dav .
1973 to The ri s',,1-,1
r ,,, r., for Nation'i;]t\s i-
Citizensh:p, P. 0 Bo N
Nass,.ii


C12273
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY LIMITED offers
good bsivs in residential and
com-mercial lots, acreage,
houses, commercial buildings
and attractive beach property.
Whatever your requirements
nmay be whether buying or
':"' call us at 23921 for
prompt dependable and
efficient service.

REAL ESTATE

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FOP, SALE BY OWNER
2 bedroom house fully
fuirnished, wall to wall
,irpeting, large patio, Johnson
Trniae $30,000 ALSO lot
Imperial Park 80 x 100 only
$5,500.00. Phone 51905 days
424,3 after 6 p.m.
C 12048
BUY A LOT
in EASTWOOD or
WINTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Carey
at 27667 or 24815
Frank Carey Real Estate
Box N4764
HPay & Deveaux Sts.
Cr21,)
E ilrht i.ts, sbtuate near
Wnrdso:n PIace at $2,000 each.
Lots 70 x 110 Situate
Sandilands near A.D. Hanna,
$4,000 each. Lots Nassau
'. '.," re near Seabreeze, $3,000
and $i,500 each. All sound
tiles. Call b-9361

FOR SALE
2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses ,n
t he following prestigious

Vestward Villas -Skyline
Heights
Highland Park The Grove
Gleninston Gardens Sea
Breeze
Imperial Park Johnsor.
rerrace
Nassau East Winton
Eastern Road Camperdown
Blair Estates Golden Gates
Estates
HIGHBURY PARK as well
as where ever you want it.
IN ADDITION
COMMERCIAL AND
RESIDENTIAL lots or acerage
it New Providence and Family


Islands.
lHotel sites and more. If it's real
'state we have it.
CONTACT
DAVSEON'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY
Corner Bay & East Streets
Phone 21178 or 55408
P. 0. Box N4648
Nassau, Bahamas
or cable
"DAVCO"


REAL ESTATE


C12170
35729 4 bedroom, 3 baths, 2
kitchens. 72 ft. off road 2
patios. FANTASTIC BUY in
HIGHLAND PARK $65,000.
C11767
HARBOUR ISLAND desirable
elevated lot adjoining
Residency ground 82' x 123' x
93' x 141'. Phone 31252
before 8 p.m.

C12115
$75 DEPOSIT gives use of
private lake & beach rights. All
utilities underground. 70 x 100
lots from $5800. NO
INTEREST. Tremendous
savings. Call Rutherford at
4-1141 or Morley & O'Brien at
2-3027 or 2-4148 or come to
YAMACRAW BEACH MODEL
HOME any afternoon.

FOR SALE
C12269
1 lot off Twynam Avenue -
bearing fruit trees. Tel. 53743.
F.C. Knowles.

C12272
PAY A LITTLE and get a lot
at Bill's Real Estate $75.00
down and $80.00 per month
with no interest is your easy
way to purchase a large lot
with underground utilities,
beach rights a private lake and
many other facilities. For
appointment and information
call 23921.


FOR RENT
C11868
BEAUTIFUL two bedroom
apartment in Shirlea, partly
furnished $250 a month
including water. Call 36896
Carl Lowe. Monday--Friday, 9
a.m. 5 p.m.

C11763
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or monthly
airconditioned, fully furnished,
maid serivce available. Lovely
gardens and swirnming pool.
Telephone 31297, 31093.

C11772
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedrooms two bath,
apartment. With large living
and dining all basically
furnished Victoria Court
APARTMENTS on Elizabeth
Avenue between Shirley and
Bay Street. Facilities, phone,
laundry, parking, T. V.
antenna, airconditioned. Phone
51631 between 8 a.,:, and 5
p.: .

C12214
FURNISHED AND
A IRCONDITI ONE D 2
bedroom, 1 bedroom nad
Efficiency apartments.
Telephone 5-8134.

C12171
35729 1 bedroom apartment
Highland Park. Telephone
and water. $160 per month.

FURNISHED ROOMS
C12211
In quiet neighbourhood at
reasonable rate. For
information call 5-1044.

C11761
BAY STREET Store for rent as
of October 15th. Foi
information call 2-3170.

C12242
ONE THREE BEDROOM, two
bath, airconditioned and
furnished home, Queen's Road,
Nassau East. Phone 5-4684 or
2-3750.
C12164
WHY PAY MORE TO SLEEP?
Polhemus Gardens Motel. $20
weekly and up. Phone 35380
Chippingham.

C12282
FULLY furnished 2 bedroom
apartment Boyd Subdivision,
Churchill Avenue. $210 per
month. Call 35906.


ART SUPPIES

C11770
COMPLETE range of artists
supplies. Oils, acrylics. canvas,
easels, etc. Bahamian Paint
Supply Ltd., Bay Street. Phone
F-2386, 2-2898.


FOR SALE 1


C12281
HONDA 50 1970 Model. Good
condition. Less than 8000
miles. $100. Tel. 3-1408.

C 12140
OFFICE FURNITURE
Desks, swivel arm chairs,
secretary chairs, office tables.
NCR accounting machine.
Contact 2-7491-2-3 from 9 to
4-30.


SCARSFOR SALE

C12259
1968 MUSTANG
CONVERTIBLE, automatic,
airconditioning, $825.00.
Phone days 28733, evenings
42060, Mr. Franklin.

C12251
1971 DODGE AVENGER, 4
door, automatic. $1095.00.
Phone John Cash, 2-2768 days,
3-1397 evenings/weekends.


S CARS FOR SALE MARINE SUPPLIES


C12157
1965 FORD 1'/ Ton Pick-Up
Truck. Cash offers invited. Call
3-1426 after 5:00 p.m.

C12205
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD.
P.O. BOX N-640
NASSAU BAHAMAS
USED CARS
1970 HILLMAN HUNTER 4
Dr. Auto. White $850
1968 JAVELIN A/C-- $995
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA 2 Dr.
Auto. Green $1450
1971 FORD CAPRI Auto.
Blue --$1695
1970 CHEVELLE SS A/C 2
Dr. Red $2600
1968 VAUXHALL VICTOR -
$600
1969 PLYMOUTH
SATELLITE -$1300
1969 PONTIAC GTO A/C
Vinyl Red $2600
1971 FORD PINTO Brown
Vinyl Auto. -- $1995
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR 4
Dr. Std. White-- $1295
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
Std. Green -$900
1969 AUSTIN 1100 4 Dr. Std.
Green $995
1970 FIAT 124 4 Dr. Std.
White $600
1968 BUICK ELECTRA White
-$1595
1969 VOLKSWAGEN Green -
$1250
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice House
Telephone 3.4636-7-8

C12277


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USED CAB


CLEARANCE SALE
NPK 507 1971 DODGE
AVENGER 4 door,
automatic $1400.00
NPY 168 1970 FORD CAPRI
2 door, automatic
$1700.00
N6580 FORD L.T.D. 4
door, automatic- $800.00
NPM 365 1971 DODGE
AVENGER 4 door,
automatic $2000.00
NPX 457 1968 CHEV.
IMPALA 4 door, automatic
$900.00
T6544 1970 FORD VAN
$500.00

NPF 259 1970 VAUXHALL
VIVA 2 door, standard
$950.00
NPS 584 1972 MORRIS
MARINA -- 2 door, automatic
--$2200.00
N7476 1968 FORD CORSAIR
4 door, standard $500.00
NPW 834 1968 FORD
ESCORT door, standard
$1000.00
NPW 167 1972 VAUXHALL
FIRENZA -- 2 door, standard
$2500.00
NPN 191 1972 DODGE
AVENGER 4 door,
automatic $2100.00
NPS 658 1972 VAUXHALL V
NPS 658 1972 VAUXHALL
VIVA S/WAGON 2 door,
automatic $2100.00
NPX 632 1970 FORD CAPRI
-- 2 door, automatic -
$1400.00
NPK 17 1968 TRIUMPH 1300
4 door, standard $700.00
NPR 786 1972 VAUXHALL
VICTOR 4 door, automatic
- $2500.00
NPC 388 1970 HILLMAN
S/WAGON 4 door, standard
- $1200.00
N5361 1962 CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD -a good buy
$600.00
NPX 979 1971 MORRIS 1100
- 4 door, automatic
$2000.00
NPC 251 1970 FIAT 850 2


door, standard


- $750.00


FINANCING AVAILABLE
COME IN AND SEE US
Oakes Field near
Police Barracks
Thompson Boulevard
Phone 3-4711


PETS FOR SALE
C12244
BABY RACCOONS.
Completely tamed, one of the
most interest ng and
affectionate of pets. Telephone
D. Knowles 2-2117 days.
5-3795 nights.

WANTS TO BUY

C12280
ONE PARROT or Macaw -
Phone 41442 or 5-1440 days.

MARINE SUPPLIES

C12245
CUSTOM MADE heavy duty
trailer specially designed to fit
25 ft. boat, 4 wheels and 4
jacks; $1200. Phone 3-1642.

'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.


C11762
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.

C12266
WANTED Boat trailer
suitable for 16' boat. Must be
in good condition. Phone
51962.

C12256
Abaco built boat, 14 feet, 3
months old. complete with
Seagull motor. Contact Noland
Dean, Wholesale Bar, Miami
Street.

PUBLIC AUCTION

C12278
BELGRAVE AUCTIONEERS
will sell at Public Auction at
Government Warehouse,
Arawak Key, October 30,
1973, at 10:30 a.m.
miscellaneous goods (terms
cash only). Public is invited,
come one, come all.

C11636
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury
Lane, situated five (5) doors
from Shirley Street, South on
the Right hand side on the
19th day of October, 1973 at
12 o'clock noon, the following
property:
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being Lot
number Forty-five (45) in
Block Number Three (3) on
the Plan on the Subdivision
called and known as
"Regency Park" which said
Plan is filed in the Crown
Lands Office of the Bahama
Islands as Number 417 N.P
in the said office."
Mortgage dated 29th
September, 1966 George
Hubert arid Arimelda Louise
Wilmore to Finance
Corporation of Bahamas
Limited. Recorded in Volume
1102 at Page, 17 tf; r'3
The sale is su.IjetA to a reserve'
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 26th day of
September A.D. 1973

HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer.

IN MEMORIAL
C12267


MARCUS MARVIN BRAYNEN
Born September 19th 1970
Died October 24th 1971.
The blow was hard and the
shock severe
Of one we lost and loved so
dear
We cannot say, we will not say
That he is dead,
He is just away
Sleep dear baby
Take your rest, we love you
But Jesus loves you best.
Survived by parents: Mr. &
Mrs. Arthur Braynen, 4
brothers and two sisters.

CARD OF THANKS
C12255
The family of Olivia Colebrook
wish to thank the many
friends and relatives for their
cards, telegrams, and their
expressions of sympathy
during their recent
bereavement. The family gives
special thanks to: The Princess
Margaret Hospital; the
Chairman of The Methodist
District, Rev. Edwin Taylor,
B.D.; the Revs. Charles Curry,
Emmette Weir; Wesley Church
Choir; Wesley Women League
and Sweeting's Colonial
Mortuary.
Sister Anna Greenslade.


C12261
THE FAMILY of the late Mrs.
Albertha Icey Bastian, who
died on 23rd September,
wish to thank their many
friends and relatives for their
kind expression of sympathy in
their recent bereavement.
Special thanks to Rev. Charles
Smith of Zion Baptist Church
and Butler's Funeral Home &
Crematorium.
THE FAMILY


HELP WANTED

C12250
FORMS AND SYSTEMS
DESIGNER required by
Business Systems Limited.
Applicant must have severJl
years experience in form
designing and in processing
orders with specifications.
Remuneration will be by
commission. Please apply in
writing to P. 0. Box N-4841.


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,: i, .'. ii ris n Hook Shop S-8744

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19M I() I du Drug Store 54506S
5'"11 SHOP CAMERAS
SfI Hull 2-4252/3

1 l ;- lu is Kure Kiddy 2-4264

( \RITS LAUNDRY/ DRY CLEANING
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ENTERTAINMENT
C12258
THE BAHAMA
DRAMA CIRCLE
PRESENTS


7711: TI:ND ER TRA 1

DUNDAS CIVIC CENTRE

FRIDAY 26th through
SUNDAY 28th October at
8:30 p.m.
Tickets $3.00 and $2.50
BOX OFFICE: INDEPEN-
DENCE BOUTIQUE,
BERNARD SUNLEY
ARCADE, PHONE 59427.


HELP WANTED
C12241
WANTED LIVE-IN MAID -
over 30 $30 per wk.
(including Bed & Board) For
Interview Tel. 21631 9 a.m.
5 p.m.
C12177
TREASURE CAY LIl.ITED
TREASURE CAY, ABACO
Requires Personnel to fill
the '" .I .- -.. i positions:
RESIDENT GOLF
PROFESSIONAL
Applicant must have
previous experience in direct
operation of a first class Golf
Club. tMust also be of calibre
acceptable to Bahamas
Association of Professional
Golfers.
Preference will be given to
application froni qualified
Bahamian.
WAREHiUSE L'S PL >LVISOR
Individual applying mIust
have previous experience as
Supervisor of warehouse with
sizeable inventory. Purchasing
experience considered an asset.
Bahamians only need apply.
For appointment Please call
Treasure Cay Limited, Nassau,
Telephone number: 2-2415 or
2-8730, or send resume, name,
address and telephone number
to Treasure Cay Limited, P. 0.
Box N-3229, Nassau, Bahamas.
C12176
LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY
requires two young men
interested in learning and
making a career of the finance
business. All applications in
own harnd(writing to: Adv.
C12176. co I he Tribune, P.
0. Box N3207. Nassau.
C12263
YOUNG LADY to do
miscellaneous jobs around the
office. Apply Adv. C12263,
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau.


C6334
Job Title BURNERMEN (2)
Minimum Education Good
basic education. Experience in
fuel burning process in rotary
Kilns and production of
Clinker. Cement plant rotary
Kiln burnerman.
Minimum Experience 3-5
years.
Duties/Responsibilities
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
Interested applicant contact
Personnel Department,
Bahamas Cement Company, P.
0. Box F100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6367
Al R-CONDITI ONE R/
M EC H A N IC : (1)
Air-conditioner Mechanic to
repair and install
air-conditioning parts and
compressors,
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER:
(1) Computer Programmer
should have knowledge of
writing programmes for
computer.
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY:
(1) Executive Secretary to
work in Convention Office.
Must be able to take shorthand
and type at least 60 w.p.m. 5-6
years experience is necessary.
Interested Persons Apply:
GRAND BAHAME A HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.


HELP WANTED
C6334
Job Title BURNERMEN (2)
Minimum Education Good
basic education. Experience in
fuel burning process in rotary
Kilns and production of
Clinker. Cement plant rotary
Kiln burnerman.
Minimum Experience 3-5
years.
Duties/Responsibilities -
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
Interested applicant contact
Personnel Department,
Bahamas Cement Company, P.
0. Box F100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C12262
SALES MAN OR WOMAN
experience preferable but not
necessary. Must have own
transportation. Salary plus
commission. Reply Adv.
C12262, c/o The Tribune, P.
0. Box N-3207, Nassau.

TRADE SERVICES

C11775
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes;
apartments ana hotels
Sales and services
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC,
MacKey Street
next to Frank's Place.

C11"376
BAHAMAS ANTENNA
SYSTEMS
SOLVING POOR RECEPTION
Same day service for moving
antennas or new installations.
Call uouglas Lowe 23371 -
51772.

C11769
Pinder's Customs

Brokerage Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PARKING
STEEL'3ANDING '
& SHIPPING
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 77434.


C6379
CHEF (BROILER)
REQUIRED: The man for this
position will have proven
experience in preparation and
cutting of meats for steak -
experience as broiler cook plus
the ability to produce sauces
and dressings to written recipes
- apply in person to : BASS.
BAHAMAS LIMITED -
CAPTAIN'S CHARTHOUSE -
Telephone 352-5109 for
appointment.


Cb3/8
QUALIFIED INDUSTRIAL
ELECTRICIANS
Minimum 4 years journeyman
experience. Must be capable of
reading, interpreting and
working from standard; one
line. Schematic, wiring
diagrams, conduit;
construction drawings.
Applicants received in person
only. Apply to: Mr. Rick Penn,
Development Corp., Coral
Gardens, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C6388
Refrigeration and
a i r conditi on ing
TECHNICIAN. Must be able to
design, estimate and maintain
all types of air-conditioning
and refrigeration units and
allied equipment. Must have
knowledge of electricity,
certificate from an accredited
re frigeration and
air-conditioning school, over
(5) years experience in this
field.
For interview, call
352-8782/7838 or write to:
Standard Plumbing Co.
(Freeport) Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-2460.


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
(f from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until sundown
N I / you have an excellent chance to please those
of whom you are fond by entertaining them or doing
something special that makes them realize you are truly
thoughtful of them. In p.m, avoid anything resembling an
argument. Keep poised
ARIES (Mar 21 to Apr 19) A communication from a
distance can please you greatly Don't argue with a good
friend in p.m Make new plans during day and don't change
them in p.m.
TAURUS (Apr 20 to May 20) Giving more loyal support
and affection to one of whom you are most fond is
important today Show you handle responsibilities well
Control your temper
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Attend function with
associate for chance to iron out moot points React
intelligently to that public matter and gain more prestige
Drive with care
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Improve your
surroundings to increase the harmony within your home and
create happy conditions. Buy some new articles that add to
its charm, but within the budget
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Use magnetism for excellent
results, but don't irk others in p.m. Communicating with key
persons gains you their favor Avoid a hypocrite
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Discuss good ideas with kin
for increasing income, but only during day hours Make
improvements in home that will be appreciated Think
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Communicate with others
and be accurate in making out statements, bills. Become
more efficient at your work Take it easy tonight and
improve health.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Talk over your finest
projects with experts and then you know exactly what to
do, can proceed with more assurance Do not try to anger
another person
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Get a good friend to
help you gain your finest personal wishes Attend social
groups where you can meet people you should know Avoid
a jealous person.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Discuss with a
higher-up how to become more successful in your career.
Get into public work that you can handle very well Evening
favors resting, building up energies
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Get out with a fine
friend to new places to make new contacts of worth. Be
more cooperative with others for good results Dress well,
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Confer with higher-ups on
how to make payments owed and you succeed Praise mate
more in public for better results Do something nice for your
parents
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will
have a peculiar charm all his or her own and can delight
others easily and therefore would make a fine associate or
marriage partner The ideas here can be very big and lead to
big success, so be sure to send to the right schools that will
bring out this fine talent Give as many other cultural
advantages as you can, Sports are a natural here; give plenty
of leeway. Music good, too
"The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make
of your life is largely up to YOU


Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN
,1 0 H l ... -


Stewart Reuben, organiser of
;the Evening Standard Chess
Congress ito be held on
December 7th to 9th, did well
as a player at a recent tourna-
ment In Spain. However, he
took 10 minutes as White to
,work out the best move in this
position, Can you do better ?
SOLUTION No 9796 -
Chess Solution
I B---Q71 Urns an Important
pawn. If BxB; 2 RxP
and White regains the bishop
which is now pinned against
the Black kineg. If ... B-Q4
(counter-attack on White's
knight); 2 Kt-K1 and White
threatens both B xKBP and
R x QBP.


Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
Today'b hand belongs to te
da tment of good guesswork.
emoetfthings s = .br ldgeo it '%
something that can be learned.
Dealer West: Both Vul:
North
S966
VKJ 7
J 8 4

South
SA Q J10 4

iKJS9
West North East South
10 Pa Pa Pas 324
Pam 44
The OK ds the opening lead.
East plays the 02 and West
switches to the '2. Whick ar
bould Souith play from dummy?
Is it a guess or ane there any
pmtpers ?
West couldn't keep the bidding
open, so he ds ounUely to havt
an ace. True, but let's look into
at closer. The key card is the
4K. If Eat has It, 44 so un-
breakable, and U Wet bas it,-
our only concern-he can hardly
have the VA. too.
His lead rhows the OAiKQ
obaly a six-card uit, for
WeSt's 02 suggests thr. With
aix good d ,amonds, the 4K and
OA, wouldn't West have found
another bid? i m t probably.
West East
K 2 4 '73
Q 982 A643
OA1KQ96S 01032
46 4,7432
T at i stgrely the w i1mu
West can have. So, pVssctg .Rt
with the QA, decllW plays 1w
from dummny.


'7^

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REX MORG AN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS

oi ---THENN rOW ARE MV THE NIGHT SHIFT BUT IHE'5 PLEASANT AS NBY THE WAY,
ILL SEE YOU PATIENTS THIS REPORTED SOME A LAMB THIS MORNING/ SHE WANrTS
WHY DON'T YOU CHECK ATTHE OFFICE MORNING, MISS DIFFICULTY WITH DR CARTER, THE NEW TOAAKE
THE PATIENTS ON THE ABOUT TEN BOWERS ? MR PETERSON MEDICAL RESIDENT ROUNDS WITH
EAST WIN AND I'LL REFUSING TO TAKE SAW HIM / YOUU I'LL. CALL
MAKE ROUNDS ON THE HIS MEDICATION/ HER'
WEST WING THIS
MORNING, RICE/ K








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I JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHOLS

YES, I HELLO, SULLY! THIS IS AUGUST POOLE! DO YOU KNOW I EVEN KNOW
I KNOW THE MOUTHPIECE RECOGNIZED THAT CHARACTER ARRIVES IN YOUR THE HOTEL THE DRIVER
WHO WAS IN HERE, BOSS! HIM, TOO! CITY THIS AFTERNOON! HANDLE IT THEY'LL BE WHO'LL BE















|APARTMENT 3-G _____________By Alex Kotzkir

BU STETUP WE GO, PERHAPS I'D BETTER WALK HIM
BUT HEOTF I EBEDGNTYTER WALTER! ON YOUR TO MY PLACE, GINTY! I'M ONLY
OFI E9GIT!FEET! ACOPLE OF: BLOCKS AWAY!
HE'S SALEEPING C ALL A M JS H AYIDIIN H U










LIKE A LITTLE ME PCABSFR.?
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STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard


A PLACE WHERE
SA(E CAN TALK.
WHAT YOU'VF-
,_ AiATTLE WHIORE "HN

THINK V-ATOU PUf.U-
uNPERSrANL:' ,. T j
M ,t/,i As ,,h-p-PEN-E.' 1/


I SAW YOU TRANSMIT BUT WHY? WHY
A ME55AGE TO AN OWL... WAS I ABLE- TOF
ANP... WELL... I1 WAS / WAS IT MAGIC?
STUNNED. PIP I SLIP THE
BIRP SOME KINP
OF AVIARY THOUGHT
_ POTION?


"Hold up putting HIS name on that door!"


a

HELP WANTED
C6380
1 MALE ADAGIO
DANCER: With a minimum of
five (5) years professional
experience as a featured artist
and working in production
numbers. Good references and
Police Certificate required.
Applicants should apply to:
Bahamas Amusements Limited,
(El Casino) Personnel
Department, P. 0. Box F-787,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6381
PORTERS: (15) Porters to
wash pots, clean and mop
kitchen area and do garbage
collection. Interested persons
apply: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA. Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Elon Matrin,
Jr., Personnel Director.


HELP WANTED

C6387
Position open for experienced
male with household goods
packing background. Must also
have thorough knowledge of
inventory, shipping and
receiving and building of
lift -vans for overseas
shipments.
Telephone 352-7821 for
appointment. FREEPORT
TRANSFER LIMITED.

C12276
INTERNATIONAL FIRM of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants in
their Freeport Office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
-Partner, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. 0. Box F-2415,
Preeport, Bahamas.


GRAND BAHAMA



CLASSIFIED

IN FREEPORT

TEL 352-6608


HELP WANTED] ELP WANTED


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Wednesday. October 24, 1973


SAVES


DEFENDING


CHAMPS


COLONELS
A GALLANT 44 point performance by
centre Charles Bain that piloted the Police
Royals to a one point edge with ten seconds
remaining went to a losing cause last night.
For Keith Smith snatched a rebound from
a Royals field goal attempt and sent the
assist to John Martin whose layup gave
defending basketball champs Kentucky
Colonels a 90-89 victory.
Playing without six-foot-nine centre
Sterling Quant, the Colonels, after three
nituitces into the second half, seemed
destined for another upset when Bain took
charge and went on a 26-point rally.
Helped on the boards by former Carter's
thtichian David Spence who captured 29
reVbounds. the Royals edged themselves in
the lead b\ r'ne point after trailing 47-41 by
hali tit e.
Bain taking an assist from guard Willie
I orbes turned it into a three-point play
ending a basket swopping session with the
Roya s still ahead when the Colonels took a
tilmei tnt.
Coach Went\ Ford then brought on
guards Phil Poitier and Anthony Bostwick
bothl ot whom combined with key shooter
John Martin to bring the Colonels tied at 84
al' with a little over two minutes remaining.
When the clock signalled 50 seconds left.
thi Ros als lost Spence on personal fouls and
Smithi who scored a total of nine from the
!rc tlirow line edged the Colonels ahead

As the seconds drifted away with the
C olonels still ahead by one point, Bain drew
a clutch foul off Smith and shooting one on
,ne sank them both giving the Police an
8` -S edge with ten seconds left.
Martin topped the Colonels with 26
points Poitier had 18 points and gave 13
.issits Smith controlled the rebounding
with 13 and added 15 points.
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FRI. OCT. 26


DOORS OPEN

8:00 P.M.




BOBBY LLOYD
Ft. Lauderdale, Lt.
Heavyweight Contender

-vs-


NAT SHAVER
Tampa, Fla., Lt.
Heavyweight Contender

WINNER TO

FIGHT FORMER

WORLD LIGHT

HEAVYWEIGHT

CHAMPION

'VINCENTE

RONDON'



RENE PINDER
Bahamas Middleweight
Champion

-Vs-


IRV GIFFORD
Former Fla. Golden
Gloves Champion

0


JAMES WEST

-vs-


OTIS CLAY

0


K.O. GRANT

-Vs-


JOHN WILLIAMS




All Seats $V.



Children Under

12... S3S





this space

donated by


BECK'S BEER

the BIG one


Picture RICKEY WELLS
Forward Bennett Davis...the dominant
rebounder in the Cougars win last night.
Russell 5 12 4 10
Poitier 9 5 3 18
Martin 13 6 0 26
Six-foot-seven rookie forward Elisha Eli
McSweeney scored 19 points, captured 11
rebounds and gave seven assists to go along
with Pat Ingraham's eight for 13 from the
field as the Classic Pros got their game
together and whipped the Fox Hill Nangoes
93-73 in the second game last night
With further assistance coming from last
season's rookie Golson Bain who gave six
assists and scored 13 points the Pros jumped
to a 52-29 half time lead.


Barn

sale
records and record players,
pots. pans and purses and a
host of other household items.
Proceeds from the sale will
go toward improving the
facilities at the popular riding
ranch, which is operated by the
Eastern Equestrian Society.
Camperdown Ranch has


stable facilities for up to 20
horses, several small corrals, a
holding ring and a large riding
ring with a complete series of
jumps
Theic is also a riding trail
through the woods. During the
threat of tropical storm Gilda
all the horses at Camperdown
were set free and spent three
lays on a nearby farm.
Saturday's barn and white
elephantt sale will be held
outside the main stable area.


I ~- ~ _

Members of the Nassau Squash Club from left: Chet Benjamin, Pan Am sales manager,
Diane Nguyen, Earl Bostwick, Peter Perry, Grahame Tyers, Mrs. K Parker, Eric Wilkinson,
Mrs. I. Davis, R. Holden, 1. Davis, Keith Parker.


I Illt ASSAU Squash
(luh returned recently to
\Nassau following a successful
thrce-day squash tourney in
Niw York
Members of the local team
experiences some difficulty in
adjusting to the narrow U.S.
courts which measure 3 feet
less in width than regulation
international courts
Ilhis was reflected in the
first day's play as all the
Nassau players lost their first
rounds.
On the second day wins by
local players Ivern Davis and
Bob Montgomery, the Nassau
first string, boasted moral
considerably,. Holdon and
Fddie Bostwick also turned in
good performances, both
losing gruelling five set
battles.
The Nassau Club is hoping


Squash team plays


well in U.S. tourney


to host the U.S. players in a
return tourney in April or
May of next year.
The following are the
results of the third day's
play: Ivern Davis beat Bill
Block 9-1, 9-5, 9-1 before
losing to D. Burke 9-7, 2-9,
2-9, 3-9; Bob Montgomery
beat Freeman 15-13, 15-14.
15-6 and then lost in five
sets to Warren Young of New
York; Keith Parker lost
Dinny Adamas 12-15, 13-15,
12-15. Peter Perry lost to
Fred Sadler of New York
15-8, 13-15. 15-10, 15-10;


Bob Holdon lost to F. Sadler
in five sets: F. Bostwick lost
to Freeman 15-13, 15-11,
10-15, 9-15, 15-8: Eric
Wilkinson lost to Q, Hyder
15-10, 15-11, 15-11.
Overall winner of the
tourney ('A' Tourney), was
America's No. I squash player
Jay Nelson who beat Frank
.Satterthwaith, (U.S.) 12-15,
15-11, 15-11, 15-8 in the
final.
Both Nelson and
Satterthwaith played in the
World Championships held
earlier this year in South
Africa.


MA RTIN


neatly in the final game in
which Tony tossed in a 200
and Turnquest a 190 giving the
Marketeers a 915-767 victory.
STANDINGS W L
City Market 24 6
Mercury 22 8
Finco 16 14
Nassau Guardian 14 16
Sawyer's Food 8 22
Home Furniture 8 22
SAWYER'S
ist-2nd- 3rd-Tot.
G. Heastie 143-176-145-464
K. Sawyer 153-133-156-442
R. Lighbourne 113-115-125-353
A. Barr 126-147-11 1-386
Keith Sawyer 121-166-148-435
FINCO
G. Sands 125-137-106-368
M. Martinboro' 58-158-148-464
B.Kemp 95-13S5-144-374
S.Roberts 222-169-116-507
P. Knowles 124-174-191-489
NEW GULF DATE
SOUTH Ocean Golf Club
members tourney, originally slated
for last weekend has been
rescheduled for Saturday, October
27 starting at 1.00 p.m.
The tourney will be followed by
buffet dinner in the club house.
Bahamas Professional Golfers
Association president, Roy Bowe,
said today Sunday's Pro-Am
tourney at the South Ocean Golf
Club had been postponed.


-SO-COOL CONTEH


(TV film made him late for fight)



BATTERS BABY


)


Sad


Finco


slide


goes on
tHIRD PLACE Finco
Bowling Squad continue to
slide and, unable to
compensate a 3-0 loss to fifth
place Home Furniture which
they suffered last week, took a
2-1 defeat at the hands of
cellar team Sawyer's Food last
night.
This placed them eight wins
behind the top team.
Having held first place
earlier in the series along with
City Market and Mercury
Bowling Squad, Finco recently
have been gradually losing
ground and are now lingering
precariously two ahead of
fourth place Nassau Guardian.
Finco meet Nassau Guardian
next week in the Plaza League
position night roll-offs.
Going into last night's first
game, 163 average bowler
Steve Roberts got Finco off to
a threatening start with a six
strike 222. Mike
Martinborough came through
with a 158, moving Finco one
point in the lead by the ninth
frame.
Sawyer's meanwhile fought
their way through splits and
spares and unable to recapture
their lead dropped the first
game 742-701. Ken Sawyer led
his home team with a 153.
Roberts in the second game
got much needed help from
team captain Percy Knowles
who advanced from a low 124
in the first game to a 174 in
the second. Roberts was good
for 169.
However, on top of 45
handicap pins spotted them in
each game, Godfrey Heastie
added a team high of 176 and
Keith Sawyer tossed in a 166
moving Sawyer's to a 782-773
victory and a one game tie.
The final game again saw
Finco unable to recapture the
45 handicap pins. Skipper
Knowles rolled a hot five strike
191 but with the remainder of
his team-members bowling
below the 150 half way mark
Finco bowed out 732-705.
Team captain Cedric
Saunders and league leading
bowler Larry d'Albenas
combined for a total of 1,112
pin falls last night leading
second place Mercury Bowling
Squad to a 2-1 victory over
Home Furniture.
Although they gave away 70
handicap pins in each game,
Mercury came through
866-723 and 824-747 in the
first two before losing the final
810-792.
Greg Roberts with a team
high of 166 in the final game
led Home Furniture with a
total of 438. Miguel Obregon
had a 167(443).
Saunders opened his match
with a game high of 242 and
came through with a 171 in the
second game. d'Albenas
fashioned scores of 166, 191
and 179.
Billy Roberts rolled a match
high of 225(595) and Tony
Roberts added a 200(521) as
City Market stopped Nassau
Guardian 2-1 last night.
With Ronnie Turnquest and
Billy scoring 208 and 200
respectively in the first game,
the Marketeers easily picked up
a 70 handicap pin lag and won
891-791.
Andrew Rogers who led the
Guardian with a 183(494)
bowled strong in the second
game which saw Doug Roberts
rolling a 186 and skipper Bruce
Delancy a 166 leading the
Guardian to a 903-830 victory.
Billy's high of 225 came in


NOTTINGHAM, England John Conteh,
the 22-year-old European, British and
Commonwealth lightheavyweight champion,
today sees his doctor to discover whether he
has broken his left hand.
The injury was sustained during the fifth
round of his successful Commonwealth title
defence against Baby Boy Rolle, the
Bahamas champion, in what was a mauling
apology of a fight at Nottingham Ice Rink
last night.
If Conteh has cracked a bone, it will
jeopardise his next fight against
world-ranked American Mike Quarry on
Harry Levine's bill at Wembley Stadium on
November 13.
If it's only bruised, as manager George
Francis hopes, he will be fit.
Conteh hopes there's no break, because he
is in the final stages of his build-up to a fight
with world champion Bob Fostel in March.
Conteh told what happened in the fight.
"I was trying to set Rolle up, but before I
could, the hand bruised. That was in the
fifth, and by the eighth it really was giving
me stick."
The injury explains why Conteh did not
look so sharp as he has done this year: why
he didn't put Rolle down once during the 15
rounds, although Rolle took quite a mauling.
But it dosen't explain a display by the
Bahamas boxer that incensed the crowd.
Despite having only one effective hand,
Conteh did not lose a round.
The referee, Roland Dakin, scored it
150-140V2, and even that perhaps was
flattering to the challenger, ranked fifth in
Commonwealth ratings.
We should have known it was going to be
one of those nights when Conteh failed to
turn up at the stadium on time. A frantic


phone call to his hotel saved the
top-of-the-bill fight.
The champion, it turned out, had been so
engrossed in a western on TV that he forgot
the time.
When they got into the ring, Conteh
was wearing a red gown and white' shorts
with red, white and blue stripes.
"My," said ,ne fan, "don't the boys look
pretty." And that was the most
complimentary remark made for an hour.
Conteh had a fine record, 22 fights with
21 wins. Rolle, with only six defeats in 40
contests, had not been beaten in his class
since 1970.
The fighters were similar in build and
weight.
The first round was uneventful, except
that on one occasion Rolle in his haste to
escape Conteh'speppering left iabs. stumbled
and was in imminent anger of disappearing
head-first out of the ring.
In the light of what was to come, perhaps
Conteh should have helped him on his way.
Rolle had hardly thrown a blow in anger,
but in the second round he surprised us all
with two extraordinary looping punches that
started at his knees, circled over his head and
landed on Conteh's back. Was this man a
boxer or a windmill?
By the seventh, Conteh was so far ahead
on points that it was apparent Rolle would
have to knock him out to win.
But Rolle just didn't have it in him,
although he managed to land one or two
telling punches.
In the ninth Conteh had Rolle on the
ropes and opened up the Bahamian's left
eye. After that Rolle was warned several
times for clinging.
It was Conteh all the way and Rolle took
heavy punishment.


LONDON (AP) World Boxing date defense of his title against
bantamweight boxing challenge to his European Clark at London's Royal
champion Rafael Herrera of crown of Italy's Salvatore Albert Hall.
Mexico will defend his title Fabrizio next Tuesday. Herrera, 29, retained his
against Britain's Johnny Clark Promoter Mike Barrett world title when outpointing
Jan. 15 if the Briton announced here that Herrera Venice Borkorsor of Thailand
successfully holds off the would receive $75,000 for th- this month.









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concerning the merger of their respective North Sea oil and gas exploration
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stock will be owned in equal proportions by Tanks and Invent. Tanks will also
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and a further US$2,000,000 at any time up to 1st September, 1979.
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discovery of oil or gas on any block in certain areas including those in which the
two companies are currently applying for licences Tanks may be required to
provide up to US$3,000,000 for development.
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providing financial management and Invent technical expertise.
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exploration for oil and gas in the North Sea and the merger of their interests
with those of Invent, which are mainly in the same blocks, will achieve this
objective
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BOY TO DEFEAT
.. .


BABY BOY ROLLE


But Commonwealth champ


may have broken bone

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