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VOL. LXX, No. 286 Friday, November 2, 1973 Price: 15 Cents

'SPECIAL DUTY' OFFICERS UNDER INVESTIGATION

FOR SHOOTING INCIDENT ON SUNDAY ,


Shot


worker


by police,


has


to


hotel






have


a


leg


A HOTEL WORKER who


amputated


By MIKE LOTHIAN
was stopped and shot by a policeman while walking home along Boyd Road late


Sunday had his right leg amputated above the knee last night as a result of the shooting.


MADAM PRESIDENT FRED iAfA
SENATE PRESIDENT DR. DORIS JOHNSON shown in
her robes of office in the Senate chamber. Dr. Johnson
Wednesday became the first woman to be elected president
of the Senate. The honour was one of many firsts for the
52-year-old politician. Among her other achievements Dr.
Johnson was the first woman to run for a seat in the House,
the first to be named a Minister, and the first woman to sit
:n the Senate and the first to serve as government Leader in
that Chamber.


The man who lost his leg is Alvin Strachan, in his late thirties, a
married man with two children, who lives in Chippingham and is
stewarding supervisor at the Halcyon Balmoral Beach Hlotel.
Mr. Strachan was shot in the leg when he ran away from three
men in an unmarked car who allegedly a costed hiinj without
identifying themselves as police officers.


BaTelCo chief's move at 'togetherness



with union back-fires; unionists angered



by evasive remarks & stage walkout

By Mike Lothian
C A BID BY THE BATELCO BOARD to improve employee relations apparently back-fired when
the Corporation was accused of violating the union-management grievance procedure by staging a
Meeting Monday 4ternoon to air staff complaints.


The meeting called by
Bahamas Telecommunication
Corporation executive
chairman Joseph R. Ford,
M.P., was interpreted by the
BaTelCo Union as an attempt
by management to "break up
the union."
The chances that the
meeting might produce results
dimmed further when
unionists, not satisfied with
what they felt was an evasive
answer by Mr. Ford to one
simple question, staged a
walk-out which half-emptied
the Government High School
auditorium, site of Monday's
meeting.
Even before Mr. Ford
seemed, to the union, to
side-step a query as to whether
the board's word could be
trusted, the estimated 500
employees at the meeting were
displeased with Mr. Ford's
standard answer to every
question: the matter would be
looked into and the questioner
advised of the result "in due
course."
The meeting, slated to begin
at four o'clock Monday, began
15 minutes late with BaTelCo
personnel chief Max Turner
introducing Mr. Ford, who
made an opening speech in
which he said the meeting was
intended to promote
"togetherness" among the
board, management and staff.
IMPORTANCE
Mr. Ford opened his address
with heavy emphasis on the
importance of communications
in all facets of life, and by
extension the importance of
the Corporation itself to the
Bahamas.
He said the Corporation, as a
Government-owned operation,
was unlike private enterprises
which market a whole range of
products.
"The only product we have
to sell," he said, "is
communications services."
As it is an essential service,
"we must examine our
attitudes to the public. The
Corporation's manpower must
be well equipped, and must
understand that the public
need must come first."
Pointing out that the
Corporation's most vulnerable


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area was in the control of
materials, Mr. Ford declted
that he was certain no one
"wants to be a failure. None of
us wants to believe we belong
to an organisation which is a
failure.
"We must all try to belong
to an organisation which is
successful not only financially,
but to show the country we
can also contribute to the
social development of our
nation."
RESPONSIBILITY
He stressed the need for
responsibility, and went on to
strongly advocate the merit
award system as a means of
using human resources "to the
best possible advantage."
The system is based on the
giving of increments only to
employees who perform well
and improve their
performance.
"Employees who give of
their best must be made to
believe that rewards are made
for merit."
And Mr. Ford went on: "It
has been said that there seems
to be a lack of communication
within the organisation. This
must never be so. It would be a
perversity of justice since we
are in the communications
field. We must therefore
develop a spirit of
togetherness, the spirit that we
all belong to an organisation of
which we can be proud."
NECESSARY
He said communication
between the board,
management and staff is
necessary to motivate
employees.
He said goals must be set
because "if no objectives are
set, no targets placed, no goals
provided, our people have little
to look forward to and nothing
to look back on with a sense of
accomplishment."
The next item on the
printed agenda for the meeting
was a "questions and answers"
period.
Union organiser Charlie
Bethel was the first worker on
his feet, demanding that before
anything else happens the
board give its assurance that
there would be no
victimisation for what might be
said by employees.
Mr. Ford gave the assurance,
and Mr. Bethel went on:
CHALLENGED
"As a member of staff I
challenge the board for calling
this meeting because in this
organisation there is a
grievance procedure between
management and the union and
if the board is going to
intervene, if this is a grievance


meeting, it is an ad -issio that
the management team has
failed."
Replied Mr. Ford:
"Let me say that you know
and I know and we all know
that if you see a storm
approaching you would take
the necessary steps to prepare
against the et'ects of that
storm.
"This meeting is not a
reflection on the incompetence
of management It has been
called with my consent to see
if we can get a closer
togetherness between the
board, management and the
staff."
Mr. Bethel pointed out that
the board appointed the
management to carry out the
board's policies and to report
back to the board on the
results.
TO BREAK UNION?
"This meeting is another
step by management to break
up the union," he charged. It
was suggested that by holding a
grievance meeting the
Corporation was attempting to
show there was no need for a
grievance procedure and
therefore no need for the
workers to belong to a union.
Mr. Ford pointed out that as
far as he could remember,
when the then board chairman
Clement T Maynard, now
Minister of Tourism, called a
similar meeting three years ago
"that question was not raised
then."
During his opening remarks
Mr. Ford had referred to that
earlier meeting, and expressed
the belief that it had yielded
results.
When Mr. Bethel prepared to
either continue the argument
or ask questions. Mr. Turner
suggested he give someone else
a turn.
Willimae Bridgewater,
chairman of the union, charged
that she was recently told by
management that she would
not receive any increment
because "my work was not
ABOVE standards," even
though during May her
immediate supervisor had said
"he was happy with my
Page 6, Col. I


A police force spokesman
this morning confirmed that a
policeman did shoot a man
on Boyd Road on Sunday
night, and said the matter was
"under investigation".
The Tribune \%s today
unabk' to intLel \w Mr.
Strachan, because princesss
Margaret Ilospital authorities
thought it "inadv:ahble."
1 o wc v i Iribu ne
informants who have spoken
with Mr. Strachan related the
incident as he told it.
According to their story,
Mr. Strachan left the
Balmoral after work on the
staff bus at 11:10 p.m.
Sunday. lte got off the bus at
the bus stop near the
intersection of Nassau Street
and Meadow Street.
Al.ARM RINGS
As he was walking by the
Supervalue Food Stores
branch it Nassau and
Meadow the store's burglar
alarm went off, they said. Mr.
Strachan considered the
alarm none of his concern
and walked on, turning into
Boyd Road.
A.X he neared the
intersection of Boyd and
Farrington Road, the


informants said, an unmarked
car, with three men in
civilian clothes inside stopped
him and asked what he had in
his pockets.
Mr. Strachan produced an
Afro hair comb which he said
was his sole possession at the
time.
One of the men in the car
started to get out and, under
the circumstances, Mr.
Strachan thought they were
going to attempt to rob him.
SHOT IN LlG(;
He ran. One of the men
told him to stop, and at the
same time fired a gun, hitting
Mr. Strachan in the right leg,
informants said.
The three men then
identified themselves as
Criminal Investigation
Department officers and
demanded to know why Mr.
Strachan ran. He told them
he thought they were going
to-rob him.
Mr. Strachan was taken to
the hospital. It is not known
whether infection grew in the
injured right leg, but a
decision was taken to
amputate, and Dr. Granville
Bain performed the operation
at about 7:30 p.m. last night,
Mr. Strachan was today
recuperating in the hospital's
male surgical ward.
POLICE CONFIRM
Assistant Police
Commissioner for Crime John
Crawley this morning


Union ultimatum to ZNS


management: 'meet our


wage demands or else'

THE ENGINEERING AND GENERAL WORKERS Union
warned today of a pre-Christmas showdown with government if
the wage and recognition demands of ZNS employees are not


swiftly met.
"We are tired of waiting for
pay increases and we are tired
of waiting for Labour Minister
Clifford Darling to give us
union recognition," an EGW
statement said today.
The union served notice it
would confront the Bahamas
Broadcasting Corporation with
a minimum 25 to 30 per cent
wage increase demand next
week and would not stop until
it got what it wanted.
'Radio Bahamas
management has had too much
time to straighten out its
relationship with the union
thereby expediting
negotiations for salary
increases. Radio Bahamas
union members say we need
money and we're tired of
waiting," the union declared.
It said radio station
employees were also tired of
waiting for the Labour Minister
to act on their demand for
union recognition.
"The Prime Minister said
that to get union recognition a
union must have 50 per cent of
staff plus one. We have
approximately 85 percent or


FNM queries independence cost


OPPOSITION LEADER
KENDAL ISAACS on
Wednesday fired a series of
questions at Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling to probe the
cost of independence to the
Bahamian tax-payer.
"What was the total
expenditure incurred for the
independence celebrations?


Will the Prime Minister give a
breakdown of this
expenditure? Were any
unauthorised expenditures
incurred and if so how much
and for what? Was the total
expenditure in excess of the
estimated expenditure ($1
million) and if so by how
much?


more."
The EGW claimed the
management of ZNS had
shown a total disrespect of the
rights of employees to organise
into the union of their choice,
and the workers were tired of
this "dictorial attitude."
"Unless the Board,
management and the Minister
sit down and talk with the
union there won't be any more
demonstrations, but definite
and positive action," the union
emphasized.
Pointing to the spiralling
cost of living, the EGW said
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling had promised at an
August press conference that
there would be a review of
salaries.
NO REVIEW
Corporation chairman Milo
Butler Jr. had subsequently
told staff in mid-August that
there would be a review in
early October. But there had
been no negotiations since and
the cost of living continued to
rise.
The EGW cited the more
than 6 per cent increase in
food prices, the 16 per cent
hike in electricity, higher
telephone rates and the higher
price of gasoline, kerosene,
cars, car parts, and car licences.
Hardware and lumber
dealers, it argued, had all
increased prices on cement and
construction materials, and
there were reports that prices
would go up still further.


confirmed that a policeman
shot a man on Sunday, but he
denied the officers involved
were attached to CID. He said
the man who did the shooting
whom he did not identify
was on "special duty," the
nature of which he declined
to reveal.
Mr. Crawley confirmed
that police officers here are
not armed while on normal
duty, but he said, they do
carry firearms when they are
on special assignments which
might involve "armed and
dangerous persons."
It is believed the police
may have been on "special
duty" in connection with the
four prisoners who had
broken out of prison.
A spokesman for the Hotel
and Catering Workers' Union,
of which Mr. Strachan is a
member, said the union is
"very concerned" over the
shooting.


WORKERS RAP


PHHARBOUR POLLUTION OTO:
HARBOUR POLLUTION RICK. WELLS


HARBOUR POLLUTION
is the subject of a set of
questions tabled by
Opposition Senate Leader
Orville Turnquest on behalf
of pollution-conscious
Senator Arthur Foulkes on
Wednesday.
Sen. Foulkes has asked
Health Minister A. Loftus
Roker, "has any check been
made recently to determine
the level of pollution or
contamination in Nassau
Harbour, particularly in those
areas where live fish and
conch are kept in the wells of
boats or in the water?
"If so, will the Minister
inform the Senate of the
results of such tests? If not,
will the Minister say when


such tests will be carried out?
"What steps," Sen.
Foulkes asked, "are being
taken to prevent or minimize
the pollution and
contamination of the
harbour?"
Sen. Turnquest also served
notice that at the next Senate
meeting Sen. Foulkes would
move for the adoption of a
resolution stating "that it is
the opinion of this Senate
that the names of some of the
islands of the Commonwealth
be changed in order to reflect
more accruately their beauty
and history, and that a
suitable committee of citizens
should be appointed to make
recommendations to the
Government."


Defence allege murder


accused beaten up by


TAX MEASURES police this morning

IN GOVT. SPEECH BySIDNEY DORSETT


THE BAHAMAS Workers
Council today accused the
government of over-burden-
ing the poor with new
taxation without providing
any prospect of employment.
The Council's principal
target was Wednesday's
Throne Speech. "The
government is blind to the
real needs of the people," the
Council charged, because while
it was making life more
difficult for the poor, the rich
were left free.
"The Throne speech was
short, but loaded with added
taxation," a Workers Council
statement said today. "The
cost of living which is already
too high, has been sent
further into the sky. There is
not one sentence in the
speech which might create
some jobs, except revival of
Yellow Elder Gardens."
The Council condemned
the present tax system as
"faulty" and in need of
"drastic overhaul. The rich
are getting away with paying
no taxes at all, while the poor
are paying, all in the form of
customs duties etc.
"The whole base of
taxation needs to be
broadened so that the burden
falls less severely on each,"
the Council maintained.
It argued that there were
vast tracts of land owned by
the rich which were tax free.
"The homes of those of us
who have developed our land
are taxed. We are penalised
for developing our land, and
this discourages
development," the Council
charged.
HOW MUCH MORE?
Electricity, milk, oil, rents,
clothing and food were all
going up, the Council said.
How much more could the
people take. and with what
were they expected to pay
these additional taxes?
While the government was
raising taxes it had done
nothing to raise the wages for
employees of ZNS,
Bahamasair, policemen,
overseers, teachers, maids and
hotels workers.
"What additional service
do the people enjoy because
of the new taxes?" the
Council demanded to know.


THERE WAS AN ADJOURNMENT in the trial of Wendell
"Red" Burrows and Phillip "Polka" Humes when hearings
opened today with a defence attorney saying his client was


beaten in Central Police Station
Supreme Court to resume.
The accusation, miadic by
attorney David (. Bethell.
counsel for Humes 20, resulted
in Mr. Justice James Smith
adjourning the hearing
momentarily and also the
calling in of Princess Margaret
Hospital medical officer. Dr.
Katherine Prenderville.
Dr. Prenderville told the
court, after examining Ilumes
at the court that she found
"four lineal bruises red
raised marks, on the right front
wrist, a ',-inch long lineal
bruise on the right front chest
and nothing else of
significance."
She felt, however, that his
condition would allow him to
remain in court for this
morning's proceedings.
Following her report, she
left.
Hunmes' attorney charged
that beating resulted atter
police officers attempted to
put a security belt on the
accused. "They had word that
there was a planned escape,"
he charged them as say ing.
And, when the trial
continued, attorney for
Burrows Mr. Lawrence P. J.
Trenchard, accused a police
witness of extracting a
statement from his client on
January 10 by beating him at
the Criminal Investigation
Department headquarters.
The witness. Sgt. Garth
Johnson, who was allowed to
sit as he testified due to illness,
denied the allegations.
He was responsible for
arresting Burrows at Freeport
on the morning of January 10
and bringing him to Nassau by
plane later that afternoon. He
said that Burrows gave a
voluntary statement which was
written down and he signed his
name to it.
He also charged that
Burrows was beaten up at the
C.I.D. headquarters in Nassau
and questioned about how
many times he shot Major. "I
put it that he was taken by the
throat and beaten against the
wall about six times. He then
began to bleed from his nose
and mouth. When you got no
answer, his head was held face


this morning while waiting for

down in a basin of water," Mr.
Trenchard said.
All allegations were denied
by Sgt. Johnson. The officer
said that the statement was
taken without any beating
being administered and never
was Burrows told of any
statements made by Anthony
"Stick-a-tone" Conyers,
Raymond "Skull" Scavella, or
Phillip Humes.
Ile said that Burrows was
taken to the office of former
C I D. Superintendent Dudley
IIanna only once and it was
not true that the
Superintendent had walked in
on them beating Burrows as
the attorney charged.
But. Mr. Trenchard put to
the witness that after Burrows
had visited the Superinten-
dent's office. "he was taken
back to the pillar in the storage
room and hand-cuffed.
"I put it that his pants were
then dropped and also his
underpants and a crescent
wrench was applied to his
testicles.
"It was at this point that he
agreed to sign the statement.
And, at the time the statement
was signed by him, your
signature and Supt. Hanna's
signature were already on it,"
Mr. Trenchard alleged.
Sgt. Johnson again denied
the charges.
"Sgt. Johnson, are you
related, by blood or by
marriage to Barry Major?" the
attorney then queried.
The officer replied that he
was not.
Asked to look at the
statement signed by Burrows,
he agreed with counsel that all
of the signatures made by
Burrows on the document were
different from each other. But,
he said that he could not
account for it.


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Friday, November 2, 1973-


--Mrs Meir's pick-me-up,


A CHOLERA outbreak in
!" Mozambique and Malawi
has spread to Rhodesia.
Nineteen people have died.

A 32-YEAR-OLD
White Brazilian woman who
is suffering from a pituitary
gland tumor has turned
completely black, doctors
say in Rio de Janeiro.

BARONESS Spencer-
Churchill has unveiled a
statue of her husband that is
Britain's homage to its war
leader. The 12-foot-high
bronze statue stands in
Parliament Square, London.

PRESIDENT Juan Peron
may travel soon to New
York to address the United
Nations, Argentine
government sources say.


TWO rapid-transit trains
collided in the Chicago
suburb of Evwnston, injuring
28 persons.

THE Mariner 10
spacecraft is ready for
launching early tomorrow
on a five-month journey to
probe Venus and Mercury.

INDIA sent home 911
Pakistani prisoners of war
today beginning the fourth
phase of POW repatriations
under an agreement the two
countries signed in August.

THE 32nd session of the
League of the Red Cross
opened in Tehran today
with a call for worldwide
efforts to fight the problem
of refugees, hunger and
natural disasters.

TRADE between Brazil
and Great Britain has
reached "record levels,"
members of a British trade
mission have told Brazilian
businessmen.
DANIEL Haughton,
chairman of America's
Lockheed Aircraft Corp.,
praised British perseverance
in developing the supersonic
Concorde airliner with
France.

THE BARBADOS
Government, concerned
over increasing number of
food items in short supply,
is to import eggs and
poulty. a spokesman said.
Reports from AP.


WASHINGTON, Whatever
it was that was ailing in the
relationship between Israel and
the United States, President
Nixon apparently had the
tonic.
Israeli Prime Minister Golda
Meir went to the United States
in a hurry this week seeking
"answers and clarifications"to
questions and problems that
developed between the two
countries because of the
Middle East war.
But, in the time it took Mrs.
Meir to eat breakfast with
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger and talk to Nixon for
80 minutes yesterday, the
troubles seemed to vanish.
"There is no pressure by the
United States for Israel to
make concessions on cease-fire
lines," she told reporters at a
news conference. She said


AND IT'S NIXON WHO

SUPPLIES THE TONIC


there were never any American
conditions placed on the
supply of arms.
"I was reassured of
something I had known very
much before," Mrs. Meir said
in an opening statement. "We
hold common goals." The
cease-fire must prevail and a
"true and lasting peace" must
be arranged.
The White House meeting
ended with the Israeli leader
"confident that the friendship
between us will be enhanced
and will grow."
When asked why, if
everything is so satisfactory,
she rushed to Washington, Mrs.
Meir said. "Just to find out
that there was no pressure."


She added that the Umnted
States has no "detailed plan"
for peace and "maybe for lack
of time" there was no
discussion with Nixon of an
ultimate Middle East
settlement. This was an
indication the emphasis was on
cementing a cease-fire.
On this matter, she told her
news conference, the dispute
over a cease-fire could be
solved by "moving forces on
both sides," perhaps in large
numbers.
This would straighten the
cease-fire lines, make them
"more coherent" and easier to
endorse, she said.
Her plan would involve the
"moving of large numbers of


soldiers, but without
jeopardizing the rights of either
party."
This was an evident
reference to the 20,000
soldiers of Egypt's 3rd army,
which is trapped at the
southern end of the Suez
Canal's east bank.
In any event, Mrs. Meir said,
'"This issue should be
negotiated between us and
Egypt."
The theme of direct
negotiations was played often
in her news conference and in
her talks with Nixon and
Kissinger. It would be repeated
again today in another session
with Kissinger and other U.S.
officials and in her breakfast
discussions with congressional
leaders.
Mrs. Meir will leave for Israel
tomorrow. (AP)


PROTESTANTS

LAUNCH

NEW BOMB

A TTA CKS
BELFAST Protestant
extremists in Belfast attacked
Roman Catholics with bombs
and gunfire.
One source said they were
retaliating for the escape from
the Dublin jail of Seamus
Twomey, ambush expert Kevin
Mallon and quartermaster Joe
"J. B." O'Hagan.
The three chieftains of the
Irish Republican Army's
militant provisional wing were
still free today despite an
intensive police search by
security forces in the Irish
Republic.
Two men were killed and
about a dozen people
wounded, at least three of
them seriously. This raised to
899 the confirmed fatality toll
of more than four years of
violence in Northern Ireland,
Three big bombs, one of
them containing 400 pounds of
explosives and all planted in
cars stolen in Protestant
districts, blew up in Catholic
sectors during the night. An
old-age pensioner was killed,
and 10 persons were wounded.
A fourth bomb a gas
cylinder packed with
explosives blew up outside a
bar, but no casualties were
reported.
Another Catholic was killed
by a gunman hiding in a dark
alley as he drove home on the
fringe of the Protestant
Shankill Road district. A
19-year-old youth was shot in
the chest as he drove through
north Belfast.
In Birmingham, England, a
court sentenced an Irish
Catholic priest 32-year-old
Father Patrick Fell, to 12 years
in person for plotting an IRA
bombing campaign in Britain
(AP.


prob4

TEL AVIV An Israeli
Government Minister and the
former Commander of the Air
Force said today that Israel
made mistakes at the start of
the Middle East war and called
for an investigation of military
setbacks in the first 48 hours
of fighting.
But Commerce Minister
Haim Bar-Lev, formerly Israel's
No. I general, warned that if
fighting resumed, "we are
well-placed at the soft belly of
Egypt. ... I do not think Egypt
would have a chance.
"I say in full responsibility
that we knew of the Syrian and
Egyptian preparations for
war," said Bar-Lev, the
ex-Chief of Staff who was
recalled to action during the
18-day war.


into errors


But he said the intelligence
information on the Arab
buildup was not correctly
evaluated until a few hours
before the fighting erupted.
Lieutenant General Bar-Lev
joined his political rival and
former Air Force chief Major
General Ezer Weizman, in
demanding a full enquiry into
Israel's initial preparations and
performance, and Bar-Lev said
: "Let it hurt whoever it will
hurt. "
Weizman, who designed the
crack Israeli Air Force that
defeated Egypt, Jordan and
Syria in the 1967 war, said:
"Let us have no mercy on
whoever is found guilty of
mistakes, failures or
misdoings."
The two generals, among the


best-known of Israel's heroes,
were speaking in interviews
with the influential newspaper
Maariv. The interviews were
published with official
clearance.
They made no mention of
military leaders such as Chief
of Staff Lieutenant General
David Elazar or Defence
Minister Moshe Dayan, but
their joint appeal for
investigating what amounts to
Israel's entire defence policy
could have major political
repercussions.

Watergate
questions

WASHINGTON A
Watergate prosecutor said in
court today many questions
remain to be answered about
White House claims that two
tape recordings do not exist,
but a presidential lawyer said
apparent discrepancies could
be easily explained.
The prosecutor, Richard Ben
Veniste, said he intended to
call at least eight present and
former Nixon administration
officials, including former
White House Chief of Staff H.
R. Haldeman, to testify about
the White House's claim that
two crucial Watergate
conversations went unrecorded
(AP).

Three executed
TEHRAN Three drug
peddlers were executed by
firing squad today.
The total executed for drug
offences is now 186 since 1970
when the new law was passed.


Women get a hip complex, men just


worry about the size of their abdomens


By ANN BLACKMAN
WASHINGTON The size
of their hips rather than their
breasts worried more women
participating in a recent study,
while men who answered a
questionnaire expressed more
concern over the size of their
bellies than other parts of their
bodies.
The study was conducted by
three social psychologists,
Flaine Walster, of the
University of Wisconsin and
Ellen Berscheid and George
Bohrnstedt of the University of


Minnesota.
Based on a sampling of
responses from 62,000 readers
of Psychology Today
magazine, the study found that
36 per cent of the men were
unhappy about the size of their
abdomens while only 15 per
zent were concerned about the
size of their sexual organs.
Dr. Walster said the results
of the study are not necessarily
an accurate reflection of
national attitudes.
"I think you can just apply
them to those who responded,"


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she said in a telephone
interview. "It may may be that
the readers of Psychology
Today have slightly different
viewpoints than people in
general."
Other conclusions about the
group studied were:
Men care more about
impressing other men than
women care about impressing
other women.
Bachelors are more
dissatisfied with their bodies,
their sexual performance than
married men.
Adults who were teased
about their appearances as
children and felt homely are
less satisfied with their bodies
as adults.
Almost one-half of the
women and one-third of the


men said they are unhappy
with their weight.
The purpose of the study,
the authors said, was to
determine how peoples' bodies
influence their self-esteem,
attitudes and experiences with
their own and the opposite sex.
They selected 2,000 of the
62,000 responses for detailed
analysis.
The final sample consisted
half of men, half of women. Of
these, 45 per cent were 24
years old or younger.; 25 per
cent were between 25 and 44;
and the rest were 45 years of
age or older.
Over-all, the study reported
that 85 per cent of the men
who responded and 77 per cent
of the women said they were at
least partially satisfied with
their body.


Cabbie

Colin

takes

a taxi
NEW YORK Colin
Standing of London was
on the alert when he
caught his first cab upon
arriving in New York.
And he was favourbaly
impressed that he and his
money didn't get taken for
a ride.
Standing, 32, had won a
two-week trip to New
York after being named
London's cab driver of the
year.
"We took a cab from
Grand Central to the
Hilton," he told newsmen.
"Along the way, the
driver took the wrong turn
because we were so busy
talking.
"Instead of charging us
the extra fare, he turned
his meter off. That's what
I would have done, but
not everybody would."
To win the cabbie-of-
the-year distinction,
Standing had to beat more
than 2,000 other London
taxi drivers in a contest
that included tests of their
knowledge of London
streets and laws, along
with getting their cars
through obstacle courses.
Standing said that from
what he'd seen "New York
taxi drivers are about on
the same level as taxi
drivers in London.
"Of course, there are all
sorts. But in general, they
seem good drivers, helpful
and not out to cheat their
passengers."
Standing's wife, Wendy,
said she was a bit
disconcerted about the
garb of some New York
cabbies. "Goodness, they
look like hippies.'
But she said they had at
least one thing in common
with London Taxi drivers.
"It's the same everywhere.
Taxi drivers always know
the naughtiest places to
go." (AP)


Military


'is being

LONDON The Western
Alliance's military strength in
the heart of Europe is being
eroded and better weapons and
organization are urgently
needed, an authoritative
research organization said
today.
The International Institute
for Strategic Studies foresees
an early cutback of U.S. forces,
which will leave the job of
bolstering the defence in
central Europe mainly up to
the European countries in the
North Atlantic Treaty
Organization.


SHIPS TO BE


FORCED TO CUT


OUT POLLUTION
LONDON An international conference on maritime


pollution agreed today to work
seas by the end of the decade.
The International
Convention for the Prevention
of Pollution from Ships 1973,
as the new pact is called, will
affect all ships, from
million-ton oil tankers to small
unregistered vessels carrying
more than 10 people.
It will ban ship discharges of
toxic substances, oil and
garbage, ranging from mile-long
oil slicks to the throwing
overboard of fishermen's
plastic nets, plastic cups and
beer bottle tops.
The new United Nations,
Intergovernmental Maritime
Consultative Organisation
(IMCO), sponsored the
multi-nation pact which also
will be applied to ships of
countries which don't join the
convention if their vessels
navigate within the jurisdiction
of states who do.
Conference sources said the
sanctions are not spelled out in
the new regulations, but
nations adhering to the pact
must bind themselves to enact
their own legislative penalties
which "must be strong enough
to deter further violations."

Death drink
SALISBURY Police were
investigating today the deaths
of six black children after
drinking a contaminated
beverage at a mission school in
Gwanda.
The drink, a commercially
produced powder dissolved in
water, was served regularly at
the school for nutritional
purposes. (AP).

Locust threat
SYDNEY Two vast
swarms of locusts, 30 miles
long and five to ten miles wide,
threaten to lay bare rich
farmlands in western New
South Wales.


strength


eroded'

The conclusions were in a
study paper called "Defence
With Fewer Men" written by
Brig. Kenneth Hunt, the
Institute's deputy director.
The institute, founded in
1958 for research in the field
of military matters, is
completely international in its


toward cleaning up the world's


NEW YORK Julie
Nixon Eisenhower
(pictured) said today her
father, President Nixon,
wants to cooperate with
the news media but that
his statements are never
given the exposure
received by those of his
critics.
"I think he wants to
work along with the
press," Mrs. Eisenhower
said on a national
television network show
(NBC-TV). "Today".
"His point was that so
many times the press has
played the critics' side so
much louder than his."
In the coverage of
Watergate and related
developments, she said,
"what bothered me most
was any suggestion that
my parents aren't honest."
"This really bothers my
father very greatly that
the charges are repeated
and repeated, and when
they are set straight
they're not given the same
play."
When the president
criticized the media at his
last news conference, Mrs.
Eisenhower commented,
he "acted human ...yes, he
does feel some coverage is
unfair. I agree with himn."


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men available for the defence I FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
of the central sector in PEST CONTROL
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British" week in this Bavarian
capital today before signing "
the city's golden visitors
book.
Dressed in a brown velvet
coat, decorated with a red
fox collar, the Princess was P
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statue depicting a hunting "



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SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Ltt., LL.D.
APubierEd ftor 1917-1972
Contributia Editor 1972.
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Published Daily Monday to Saturday

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Friday, November 2, 1973


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
BOSTON, October 14: During the month of September
made a flight from Miami to Toronto, Canada.
By accident I sat next to a Jamaican. He was a conmple
stranger to me but we got engaged in conversation and it turn
out that he was a very prominent man in his country.
He talked freely about conditions in Jamaica, the Bahama
Bermuda, and British Commonwealth islands in the Caribbea
He described immigration policies followed by the Pindli
government as "crazy man, crazy!!!"
Since then I have quoted from a letter I received from
Jamaican I knew in the British army during the first world wa
He also expressed concern for Jamaica.
Later my wife and I made a flight out of Miami to Boston
attend a meeting of the Inter American Press Association.
"Etienne," a voice said behind me at check-point in Miar
"are you making this flight too?"
I turned around and found that the voice was that of an (
Jamaican friend who also is a prominent man in that island. I
was alone and so we engaged in a lively conversation through
the flight.
He, too, was concerned. He told me that white people in t
island are afraid. Many of them were leaving, as also we
responsible coloured people who were in a position to get awi
A most significant fact was that Chinese, who were natives
the island, were also leaving.
It has been said that when Chinese leave a place ... that is 1
end. This should remind our readers that both of the Chine
restaurants in Nassau have closed down. These were forme
booming businesses. And some of the Chinese people who hi
been in the island for over half a century, and whose child
were born there, have left the Bahamas.
You will also recall a speech by the President of the Jama
Manufacturers Association in which he painted a firm picture
conditions in the island.
And you will recall the quotes I published fronvan article
Barbadian journalist Jimmy Cozier in which he revealed that i
Caribbean islands were suffering a brain drain. He listed
names of three top figures in these islands that have recent
moved to other parts.

My friend on the Boston flight brought out a few more ang
It was clear to him ... as it is to every observer of conditions
the West Indies ... that independence for islands in this area:
been a complete failure.
He agreed with me that the announcement by Dr. E
Williams, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, of his intent
to retire, is the case of a man who has knocked the bilge out
the Ship of State and is now deserting a sinking ship.
He was particularly concerned about Premier Bradshaw of
Kitts and his seemingly completely irrational Attorney Gene
whom he described as a small, obnoxious goateed man, a prod
of an English university and the Inns of Court.
St. Kitts is one of the very few islands in the Caribbean I h
not visited. As far as I can remember, I have never come
contact with anyone from St. Kitts and so I cannot discuss
any authority conditions in that island.
But this is the island against whose government the people
Anguilla revolted and broke away from the association of the
Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla combine as an Associate State of Gr
Britain.
All the news from St. Kitts labels Mr. Bradshaw and
Attorney General as a harshly dictatorial couple.
I know so little about St. Kitts that I can't say that I have e
even heard the name. of any other member of the government
the island apart from Bradshaw and his Attorney General w
you will recall, drove a delegation of the Inter American Pl
Association from his office when they went to see him about
suppression of press freedoms in the island.
I plan to attend a meeting of the Commonwealth P
Association in Antigua in November when I hope to be abkl


XIh mri Mt


GAC opens Cape Eleuthera marina

By NICKI KELLY W
T"E GAC CORPORATIONS
showe& its faith in the
Bahaluas at a time whet .
Investor confidence Was __- *
"sorely needed," thereby
showing Itaelf to be a "genuine
investor, Development ,
Minister Ctton Francis said at '
the weekend.
Mr. Francis, at Eleuthera for
the official opening of GAC's
Cape Eleuthera marina, i
declared that there was
"nothing short of reason that l l
we asked them to do that they ai
didn't do."


He said the government
welcomed all such genuine
investors. He pointed out
however that people did not
come to the Bahamas "simply
because they love us." This was
the nature of the investor and
"If we don't serve them well"
they would find somewhere
else to go.
He therefore urged
Eleutherians to give their full
cooperation to make the Cape
Eleuthera project one of the
finest in this part of the world.
The marina opening on
Saturday, October 27,
followed tie opening Friday of
the $277,00 Rock Sound
comprehensive high school.
The two events were marked
by a round of festivities at the
beautiful Cape Eleuthera
clubhouse and villas where
guests from Nassau, including
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling and Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur Hanna were
backed in.
GAC's contribution of
Eleuthera, through summer
employ m e n t fo.r
schoolchildren, a $14,000
cleanup and campaign
in the southern part of the
island and jobs for islanders,
was also praised by Rock
Sound representative Preston
Albury.
FULL CO-OPERATION
Responding, Mr. Hayward
Wills, chairman and president
of the board of GAC, said he
believed the. Ministry of
development had cooperated
more with his company than
with anyone else who


attempted to do anything at
Eleuthera.
"This is because Mr. Albury
worked for his community and
his people to get assistance for
us to get on with the job," he
said.
"As an investor we have
never found a place where the

QUERY RAISED ON
DITCHED PLANE
MARSH HARBOUR
representative Errington
Watkins has served notice he
will seek a House committee
next week to inquire into the
September 26 ditching of a
Bahamasair Aero Commander.
The captain of the plane,
Perry Knowles, was dismissed
by the airline on October 8
after he refused to resign.
The $100,000 plane was a
complete loss when it sank off
Andros.


MISS ELEUTHERA, Stephanie Powers, aboard the yacht Government High School Auditorium
Papa Gee III, brings the champagne down on a piling to &AT., NOV. 3rd 8 p.m.
mark the official opening of GAC's Cape Eleuthera marina. SAT., NOV. 3rd 8 p.m.
With her is GAC chairman and president Hayward Wills. At FREE TO VERYONE
top Rock Sound, Eleuthera representative Preston Albury
shows off some of his catch from Eleuthera waters. Photos: Presented by Bahamas Youth Evangelism Fellowship
Howard Glass.


people wanted us more and
where we were given greater
cooperation."
The marina, christened with
the smash of champagne by
Miss Eleuthera, Stephanie
Knowles, has 26 slips for
vessels of 13 feet draft. The
marina has a restaurant and
complete service area for
yachts.
The GAC Eleuthera
development offers visitors and
prospective property
purchasers casual living in
individual villas flanking a
swimming pool, tennis courts
and the marina.


I HISTORY |ODAYI


By The Associated Press
TODAY is Friday, November
2nd, the 306th day of 1973. There
are 59 days left in the year.


the
tly built up over the years by self-seeking politicians who create
situations they cannot correct later ... you can take your memory
back in Jamaica as far as the early days of Sir Alexander
les. Bustamante. Bustamante led the government that undermined
s in British control in the island.
has You may remember that it was alleged at the time that he
roamed the streets of Kingston with a loaded pistol, with a gang
:ric of toughs behind him. He was actually charged in the courts with
ion this offence but the prosecution lost the case in a local jury's
of decision.
And a couple of years ago a Minister in the former government
St. in Jamaica was charged in court with being involved in a public
eral disturbance.
luct Nor can the possibility of civil war be ruled out. Prime Minister
Eric Williams had a brush with civil war in Trinidad a couple of
ave years ago when a section of his army revolted. The situation was
n nipped in the bud only because the navy was loyal to the
th government and succeeded in confining the rebels to a small area
where they were forced finally to surrender.
of
St. There are some interesting trends in the Bahamas today ...
great especially in the ranks of labour, whose present-day attitudes
were fostered by the present leaders of the country when they
his were in the opposition. They wanted power then and so it served
their purposes to break down discipline in the country.
Dver In a recent article I quoted passages from a press statement
t of made by Dudley Williams, chairman of the Bahamas Workers'
'ho, Council but I missed one bit that fits into this discussion.
press After declaring that labour had allowed the government to get
the away with too much, he said that "labour became too much of a
pjgty vipportei, and not the guardians of the rights of freedoms
ress of the Bahamlan people. We should have watched and been more
. to vigilant... we should never have let government get all that rope."
****,0,


complete my rounds of British Uommonwealthn islands mein theea
by visiting St. Kitts, Nevis, St. Vincent and St. Lucia. In a letter in The Tribune of October 6th Fred Darling, a taxi
e.**ee,* driver recalled that the taxi men had given the P.L.P. one hundred
Getting back to my Jamaican friend on the Miami-Boston percent support. This is true.
flight ... he saw the possibility of Jamaica under Prime Minister The taxi people were their strongest and most loyal backers in
Michael Manley becoming a republic and a one-party state. the effort to overthrow the U.B.P. government. He complained
In reply to a question about Manley's effort to suppress the thit the taxi drivers were now getting a raw deal from the
serious state of crime in the island, he aid he thought it was a government they created.
good thing but he doubted he would succeed. "No one wants to be a prisoner," he wrote, "but if these
"Most of the criminals in Jamaica today were political touts," people keep bugging us someone will end up in jail. When the
he said. former government were in power people said it was time for a
"The government may find it difficult to deal with them." change. I'm saying it's time for a change now. We made the
I gathered that he meat that these men were the product of government but we can also break them."
conditions created by politicians in their search for power ... in This nn signed his name to his letter. Discontent in the island
the same way that certain elements in the Bahamas today, which must be fairly widespread today. Even a year ago, no taxi driver
the government can no longer control, are the product of their could have dared to write such a letter to the press. He would
ownvou c nve been driven from the ta* ranks ... maybe something even
own vicious policies in pursuit of power. wore hai.happendtO hm.
"There are two gangs in Jamaica totay" he said."Mwst of the wo utL haw happened t m .
murders they commit are among themnselyes, Ike the gang ars in tru. e peoplein untry have given the government
the US., but they prey on the population and will gun down Its6 true. Ile people in the country have given the government
anyone who gets in their way." too much rope. They even allowed them to force us to close

I asked him about marijuana In Jamaica. down The Grand Bah~ma Tribune by refusing to give us staff to
"Plenty of it, man," he aid. "It is cultivated there and shipped run the paper. And we have been on the edge of closing down
the Bahamas and Florida. Planes and boats are moving in and out The Tribune too.
hy and e eight with the stuff. Some of it is interested by the This newspaper is the only Independent public voice the people
Customs and tpoolie ut moost f it mui t et too jukng by % lpft it wet not for The T7w, today there would not be
o ty g u.& certain alet for .-pblb expression. You will recall
thevolmthen he voluntem ed o an n noflhe n i nd. o fomal n t In 19#6, When I fought iespelately and won the battle
An lthen of I L trd an n n ..e of informal for t *tintepe of press feedms in the Bahamas ... even
"A lot of it is paid for Withgu he said.
7Vua the s&g"'e government!
"Guns?", I *.a "wt do 4 edaetb o n nt
SVI ldw .. ..1... , ,ed against bydgovernmeniit.
Sdon't wthre i de r i of cdi.,t*.. "h t p I a hopeful sipn .
said, "but this ebment apparently want a certafn university pa *opeu* sgn
professor to head the country. Hlie is a declared Communist. A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
"So far Man.y is asociit the kind of sovermaoit they
Sad w ... .
Town' ".' 1ow""' hdWs 'o '- .. .


HIGHLIGHTS in history on this
date:
1 972 -American Indians,
pressing for reform, seize control of
the Bureau of Indian Affairs in
Washington, D.C. and fighting
breaks out.
1971-The 1971 Nobel Prize in
Physics goes to Doctor Dennis
Cabor of the United States, who
developed three-dimensional
photography.
1970-United States and Soviet
Union resume talks in Helsinki on
limitation of strategic arms.
1967-Six days of celebrations
begin in Moscow to honour the
50th anniversary of the Bolshevik
Revolution.
1966-U.S. President Lyndon B.
Johnson says he is more hopeful
that peace, c.;.urity and prosperity
could be a,.nieved in Asia, following
his return. from tour of seven Asian
and Pacific nations.
1964-King Saud of Saudi Arabia
is deposed, and Faisal is proclaimed
king.
1962-U.S. President John F.
Kennedy announces that Soviet
Union has been dismantling bases in
Cuba; Julius Nyerere is elected
President of Tanganyika.
1961-David Ben-Gurion forms a
new coalition in Israel.
1958-Last British troops leave
Jordan.
1956-Gaza, Egypt, fails to the
British: The Hungarian government
renounces Warsaw Treaty, appeals
to U.N. against Soviet invasion: The
Soviet Union vetoes western
powers.
19S5-David Ben-Gurion forms a
ministry in in &eL
1950-British playwright George
Bernard Shaw dies at age 94.
1948-Democrat Harry S.
Truman is elected U.S. President in
surprise victory over Republican
Thomas E. Dewey.
1942-German troops under
Field Marshal Rommel begin to
retreat from El Alamein in the
African desert.
1930-Haile Selassie is crowned
Emperor of Ethiopia.
1917-A. J. Balfour
declaration on Palestine. that
Britain favours the establishment of
a national home for the Jewish
people.
1914-Russia declares war on
Turkey.
1887-Singer Jenny Lind dies at
age 67.
1841-Start of second Afghan
war when Afghans massacred
British Army officers.
1 789-Nationalization of
property of the church in France.
1772-A committee of
correspondence for action against
the British is formed in
Massachusetts.
1721-Peter 1. Is proclaimed
Emperor of all the Russias.
1687-Mohammed IV is deposed
in a revolution in Constdntinople. is
succeeded by Suleiman Ill1.
1483-The Duke of Buckingham
Is exeeated,
I1118-Saint Matachy dies.
TODAY BIRTHDAYS: Richard
Hooker, English theologian
(1554-1600); Marie Antoinette.
wife of French King Louis XVI
(l75s.'T3); Daniel Boone, U.S.
plon -er (1734-1820); Burt
Lancaeter, U.. actor (1913- );
Luchino Vbconti, Italian film
director 1906- ).
THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
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r -ar it' L something you
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If its fabric you want,


then go to Arima's

BY DAPHNE WALLACE WHITFIELD
WHY IS THAT SOME PEOPLE go into business for themselves and fail and others make a


THE STAFF OF ARIMA'S in front of their expanded premises on Wulff Road. From
left: Miss Anamae Brice and Miss Janet Goffe, store assistants; Mrs Iram Albury, owner of
Arima; Mirs. Beatrice Newman, her mother, and assistant Pauline Carey. Photo: Philip
Symonette.


Natural Menthol is why.
W' 1 Salem uses only natural
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success?
Is it a matter of good luck or
good management?
MRS IRMA ALBURY, the
proprietor and manageress of
Arima on Wulff Road
(immediately West of the
junction of Mackey Street and
Wulff Road) possesses all the
ingredients necessary for
success.
She has foresight for one
thing. She purchased the lot on
which the present Arima's
stands before Wulff Road
became the busy thoroughfare
it is today because she saw the
potential for Wulff Road.
Mrs. Albury gained business
experience in many
departments of the retail trade
from being a floor clerk to
secretarial and administrative
experience.
STARTED IN '62
She began Arima's in 1962
in a small location facing
Lincoln Boulevard on Wulff
Road still continuing with her
other job.
Arima's grew steadily with
the business and population
growth of the area.
Mrs. Albury saw that the
time was right for erecting a
new building on the lot she'd
brought with future
development in mind.
So last October Arima's
moved into a spanking new
building and Mrs. Albury
found Arima's needed her full
time attention. So she quit her
job and is now at Arima's being
rushed off her feet 8.30 a.m.
'til 7 p.m. Monday to Fridays
and until 8 p.m. on a Saturday
evening. Obviously, a
disposition to hard work is a
prerequisite for running your
own business successfully
there are no union hours for
her.
MOTHER'S HELP
Mrs. Albury is also blessed
with a supportive mother who
helps her along with three
other assistants and who
managed the business at the
previous site before Mrs.
Albury went in full time.
Arima Fabrics specializes in
fabrics and all sewing notions
but more about that later.
At present Arima's are
having a close-out sale of all
ready made goods. Mrs. Albury


knows what she's best at and
that is fabrics. There is also a
lack of floor space because of
the steady growth of business
so all ready made clothes are
now on sale to make rooms for
more fabrics.
School uniforms (pants,
shirts and blouses) for a limited
number of schools will be
retained as will handbags,
hosiery, jewellery and items to
complement the customers'
finished garments.
GOOD BUYS
So, here is another chance to
Christmas shop early and effect
savings.
THere are cute little kiddie
cardigans for $3.50, ladies
dusters for $8, bedspreads as
low as $4 in both twin and full
sizes, boys long polyester pants
for $10 and in dacron for as
low as $4. There are
nightdresses galore (one I saw
as low as $2 and bras, panties,
slips and girdles. Jeans are as
low as $1.50 and there are
plenty of men's and boys'
shirts and sweaters. There are
kitchen cloths and towels and
bath mats. And, of course,
there is plenty for baby.
Two-way stretch sleepers by
Ladybird are retailing for $4
and there are the daintiest little
dresses and long matching
pants with about a third off
the regular price. Even diapers
are on sale.
MORE FABRICS
Because of increasing
business, Mrs. Albury
explained, Arima's is no longer
geared to handle ready-made
clothes. She needs the space
for more fabrics.
Mind you they have an
amazing range of fabrics now.
They carry a wide range of
denims in all sorts of patterns
as well as plain, swiss
embroideries done on silks,
lace for making tablecloths,
woven polyesters, linens,
velvets and also embossed and
embroidered velvets. There are
African prints and ginghams
and such. There are brocades
and upholstery and drapery
materials. Jersey, printed or
plain, in all colours and
textures, polyester, lurex and
very mod patterns (they even
have a Woodstock pattern for


the now generation) and a wide
range of inexpensive cottons
are in stock now.
Arima's also have, of course,
all the trims and notions.
ribbons, threads and patterns
necessary for a complete
dressmaking job.
They will also make to order
school uniforms.
Meanwhile. why not drop
into Arima's and do a little
early Christmas shopping?

PARISH SALE AT
ST. CECILIA'S
THE MEMBERS of St.
Cecilia's Church on (oconut
Grove Avenue will hold a
parish sale on the school
grounds Saturday of this week
beginning at 4 p.m. The usual
attractions of games, hoopla.
and home cookery will be
featured. A take-away soover
will also be served. Mrs.
Levitti Sherman is chairwoman
of the event.


NOTICE

BELGRAVE AUCTIONEERS
Will sell at public auction at government-
warehouse, Arawak Cay, November 6, 1973, at
10:30 a.m. miscellaneous goods (terms cash
only)

Public is invited, come one, come all.


NOTICE


Estate of the late
GEORGE E. RILEY


NOTICEt is hereby given that all persons
having any claims or demands against the-
above-named Estate are requested to send the
same duly certified to the undersigned o( or
before the 30th day of November next.

And Notice is hereby also given that at the
expiration of the time above-mentioned the -
assets of the deceased will be distributed among
the persons entitled thereto having regard only
to the claims of which the Executor shall then
have had notice.



HIGGS & JOHNSON
Attorneys for the Executor. K


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THE UNREACHABLE CONTRACT


ALAN tried to veer away
out of range, but it was too
late. The Bore had spotted
him, and there was no escape.
With a thinly veiled sigh of
resignation, Alan allowed
himself to be steered into the
bar. At least there'd be a free
drink. But as the drinks
arrived, the inevitable tatty
scrap of paper was produced,
and The Bore announced that
he was about to disclose a
perfect contract which no
system could reach.
Alan was immediately
sceptical; all his team-mates on
the successful Travellers team
prided themselves on their
precision bidding; they were
not only full of gadgets: they
felt, as Alan did, that if a


contract were indicated by the
cards, then that contract could
be reached in the bidding.
"Show me", he said, with a
bit more interest.
"I'll show you part of it",
said The Bore with his usual
deviousness. "Here's the South
hand. You and North are
vulnerable: East and West are
not. West deals and opens I
Heart. Your partner says "2
Hearts. East goes to 4 Hearts.
It's your turn. Here are your
cards"
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Alan studied the hand for a
long while before asking:
"What is the meaning of my
partner's 2 Heart overcall?"
"Strong; game-forcing;
first-round control of Hearts."
Alan sank back into a
thoughtful trance.
"That's OK; take your
time", said The Bore, who
didn't mind how long anybody
took, provided it was about
Bridge.
Eventually, Alan said:
"Vulnerable or not, I think I've
got enough to bid 5 Clubs;
even if my partner's got a
Spade-Diamond two-suiter, he
could correct to Diamonds
over 5 Clubs."
"Your bid is 5 Clubs, then?"
asked The Bore, starting to
exude a noticeable smugness.
"I'm not quite ready",
said Alan promptly. There was
a catch in this somewhere.
After another long pause, he
said:
"No, I think I'll pass 4
Hearts. If North's all that
strong, he'll bid again. With a
2-suiter he can go to either 4
Spades or 5 Diamonds: with
all-round strength he'll either
double or bid 4NT. I pass."
The Bore seemed a bit
disappointed.
"Well," he said "if you pass
the 4 Heart bid, West will also
pass, and North will bid 4 NT,
which by his methods is an
information-seeking bid. He
doesn't have a penalty double,
but he wants to get into the
auction. Now, what do you do
over 4NT?"
"5 Clubs, of course", said
Alan without hesitation.
"Now North bids 5
Diamonds", said The Bore
triumphantly.
"I pass", said Alan, not
knowing what else there was to
do.
"Here is the full deal", said
The Bore, gloating over it.


on. "5 Diamonds goes down.
East opens with a top Club,
and declarer must also lose a
Spade and a Diamond. The
only contract for North-South
is 4 Spades, and I say it's
unreachable. East-West will
always bid up to 4 Hearts;
most Souths will follow their
first impulse, as you nearly did,
and bid 5 Clubs over whatever
strong bid their partner has
made during the auction. After
all, North has announced a big
hand, and the King of Hearts is
protected against the opening
lead in 5 Clubs. But North will
take it out to 5 Diamonds, and
South will pass."
Hardly stopping for breath,
he continued: "Even if South
should pass 4 Hearts, like you
did, North will re-open, and
there's no way they can stop in
4 Spades. It's unreachable."
His face was aglow with
exultation.
Alan. meanwhile, had been
studying the lay-out carefully.
"What makes you so sure
you want to be in 4 Spades?"
he asked calmly.
"It's the only makeable
contract," replied The Bore.
"You can get to the South
hand with two Diamond leads.
and after losing the first trump
finesse to East's King, you
bring down West's Queen on
the next round of trumps when
you play your Ace."
"Not the way we defend in
the Travellers team", said Alan.
"Explain."
"Glad to. East has the
opening lead. He won't see the
prospect of any Heart tricks on
the bidding, so he'll open with
a top Club, and follow it with
another. North ruffs the
second Club, then leads his 8
of Diamonds to dummy's 9."
"Correct", said The Bore,
who had worked that out for
himself.
"If I were West, I'd take that
trick and lead my other
Diamond. Now, declarer's back
in the South hand. He must
take a finesse in trumps or else
he's down straight away. So he
leads a trump, West plays low,
and North finesses the 10.
losing to East's King. East, who
knows what's going on, leads
his third Diamond, and I can
over-ruff dummy with my
Queen. Down one."
The Bore was crestfallen.
Alan got to his feet. "Who
wants to get to an unreachable
contract which is also
unmakeable?" he said.
"Anyway, thanks for the
drink!"


interesting experience for me, description for the christian".
interestin g experience for me, Mr. Christie is particularly
especially as a student of well qualified to speak on this
international affairs.subject. He graduated from St.
INTERESTING SPEAKER AT Augustine's College in Nassau
COMMUNION BREAKFAST in 1962. He attended St.


MR. BASIL CHRISTIE,
director of religious education
for the diocese of Nassau, will
be the guest speaker at the
communion breakfast of the
men of Mary Star on Sunday,
at the Holiday Inn, Freeport,
at 10 a.m. His address will be
entitled "Christ's job


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John's University in
Collegeville, Minnesota where
he obtained his B.A. degree,
with modern languages and
philosophy as majors.
After graduation, Mr.
Christie took up a teaching
post at the Benedictine College
in Mexico where he taught
French and English. In 1967 he


obtained a Master of Arts
degree in Aztec civilization at
the University of Mexico.
Returning to Nassau, he
joined the staff of Aquinas
College where he taught for six
years until he received his
appointment as director of
religious education for the
Bahamas. At Aquinas College
he was a member of the
administration and director of
guidance, as well as head of the
religion and language
departments.


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Friday. November 2. 1973


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Here.& There


COOK-OUTS TO BENEFIT
SOUTH ANDROS HIGH
COOK-OUTS to be held
Friday and Saturday at
Jumbey Village will be
attended by Prime Minister
Lynden 0. Pindling. Proceeds
from the events will go to the
proposed South Andros High
School. The cook-outs will
begin at 3 p.m. each day and
continue into the evening
hours.
The fund-raising committee
for the high school has set
$100,000 as its first objective,
with construction expected to
begin in June. 1974.
Completion of the school
building, expected to take
about one year, at a total cost
of $250,000, would enable
classes to begin in September,
1975.
A 40-acre tract of
Government land overlooking
Deep Creek has been selected
as the building site.
BAHAMAS HONOURED
AS NEW U.N. MEMBER
THE NEW national flag of
The Bahamas, presented for
the occasion by U.S.
Ambassador Ronald 1. Spiers,
was displayed with that of the
United Nations and the Federal
Republic of Germany at an
impressive ceremony Sunday in
the village of College Park,
Maryland, a surburb of
Washington, D. C. College Park
honours new members of the
United Nations each year on
United Nations Day. This year
the new members were
Germany and The Bahamas.
The village is the home of
the University of Maryland.
Mr. Winston Munnings, a
student of International Affairs
at Catholic University, from
Nassau, was the unofficial
Bahamas representative.
"I was greatly honoured by
this experience," Mr. Munnings
said. "and I think any or all of
my fellowcitizens would have
been too. Citizens at all levels
participated. This was an
expression of sympathy by the
people of College Park for the
people of The Bahamas. There
was a reception after the
ceremony during which I spoke
with the Mayor and a number
of councilmen. It was an


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performance."
Said Mr. Ford: "Thank you
for bringing this to our
attention. I believe it is the
personnel officer who is
responsible for increments..."
He was interrupted by
shouts of "No! No!" from the
workers.
"I was not quite finished,"
Mr. Ford went on when the
noise subsided. In so far as pay
increments are concerned,
when the union and
management negotiated some
months back it was brought to
the attention of the union that
the Corporation's financial
position was precarious.
"We of the board will do
everything which is humanly
possible. We will certainly take
the matter into consideration
and advise you shortly."
At that point Mr. Turner
interjected that "in view of the
fact that we have so many
questions I think we should
keep the questions short and to
the point."
LOUD PROTESTS
After an outburst of loud
protests from the floor died
out, Mr. Turner pointed out
that BaTelCo was able to
obtain the use of the
auditorium only from four to
* six o'clock.
Practically all of the
questions which followed dealt
with workers' failure to get
increments, and one man
claimed that when he took the
matter up with senior deputy
general manager Carl Bethel, "I
was bluntly told that my kind
of iob doesn't warrant an


Co union angered

increment. And I have it on ex.ntuall. to IFreeport the that
good authority that afterwards cnI),r man there knew nothing app]
Mr. Bethell said he didn't like 0t his ,omn1ng and had to call emp
the way I looked at him. 1 Nassau tor instructions and was for
invite Mr. Bethel to deny it it told s.imi', "Ito let me look onl'
that's not true." around I report at the system pos:
Although Mr Bethel was there." man
present, Mr. Ford gave him no Replied Mr Ford: "Thank "cre
opportunity to reply to the .ou tfor bringing this adv
accusation, saying it was a matter to the attention of the N
meeting called by the board, board Since the board has inst
not management. been advised of the situation pos
"Thank you for brinineg it we will look into it to see what desi
to our attention." he added, happened It looks to me like pos
"We will take it up with communications fell down." their
management and advise you in Several other persons asked mel
due course." questions and got Mr. Ford's
PLT IN WRITING standard reply before Charles R
When another man got up to Sweeting got up to remark that Inme
ask "one question and tixe "I' have seen a lot of questions Maj
su' questions," Mr. Ford asked askcd, but I haven't seen any the:
him to supply a copy of the answers" then
written questions so that Others complained that then
management could reply in "-vwhen the people in the unt
due course." torctroit act thie way some of piss
Charge Bethel took the floor our leaders are acting there whi
again aid complained that inust be sohe question as to mat
earlier this year his supervisor whether lhei mean this one
ordered him to go to Freeport country or the Corporation I
on short notice. with no 'y v'o ['his Corporation is vi
explanation of what he was to top heavy I here are too many unit
do when he got there, or how people at the top with big '1
long he was to stay. When he salaries we
asked to see the deputy general l \( u\ 11 LI I< \L Bah
manager he went on. the The entire staff applauded Cor
message came back that "lhe heartily when union wor
don't want to see me and I best vice-chairman Vance Major man
go to Freeport." went to the microphone you
'DANGFROUS' A pa r t fr om the afte
"1I take it very seriously" unconstitutionality ot this why
Mr. Bethel told the chairman, meeting," he told Mr. Ford, "I I
"because any man who takes would like to draw your sitm
you from your family and puts attention to another part of For
you on an island with no our agreement." Parl
notice, that is a dangerous lie pointed out that Article the
man." one of the union-management point
He added that when he got agreement stated it was agreed autt


by

the term "ma
lied to dete
loyees who ar
union member
y certain
itions, and th
nagement po
heated" the uni
ised.
Ir. Major c
ead of cr
itions, the
ignating exi
itions as man
reby trying to
mbership.
STILL A PR
Referring to
eting three y
or continued
n there was a
re still is a
re will always
il we stop
sed-up bed w
te sheet and
stress out an
."
n view of
o I a t i o n s
on-managemen
would like to k
as loyal wo
hamas Telecon
portion can
rd of you
management team
to answer t
.r you answer
y I asked it."
instead of ansv
pie "Yes" o0
d referred to
iament which
Corporation
nted out it
hority" in the


chairman

nagement"- operation of BaTelCo.
rmine those "Nothing supercedes this," he
re not eligible said.
ship means "It is evident that you are
administrative ignoring the agreement
tat if further between the Government of
sitions were the day and the union," Mr.
ion was to be Major shot back.
Mr. Ford again referred his
chargedd that questioner to the section of
eating new law vesting authority in the
board was board.
sting lower Mr. Major declared that the
iagement and management-union contract "is
reduce union the bible in BaTelCo. We are
lienent with BaTelCo over the
OBLEM unconstitutionality of this
the staff meeting because we are loyal
ears ago Mr. workers. But we cannot accept
I: "We said that as an answer to the
problem and question. 'Can we accept your
problem and word or not?' It is simple."
be a problem WALKOUT
covering the Mr. Ford again repeated that
vith a clean sole authority for running
I throw the BaTelCo was vested in the
d get a new board.
Mr. Major pressed on.
the apparent "Can we accept your word,
of the Mr Chairman, or is this
it agreement, meeting merely a farce. If so
know whether you are insulting our
rkers of the intelligence. I know you have
communications vested powers. All I want to
rely on the know is can we accept your
and our word."
i. I would like "I thought I had already
hat now and answered your question," Mr.
it I'll tell you Ford said.
On that note Mr. Major led a
wearing with a walk-out from the hall, and
r "No," Mr. more than half the staff
the Act of followed his lead.
h established The remainder stayed for
in 1966 and about 15 minutes until six
vested "sole o'clock. asking further
board for the questions.


San Salvador Junior Red Cross enrolees


FORTY SEVEN boys and
girls (pictured) of the Central
School, San Salvador were
enrolled in the San Salvador
Link No. 1 of the Junior Red
Cross on October 8. Mr.
Henry Smith is their Patron. 40
of these successfully completed
a Junior First Aid Course given
by Miss P. D. Aldridge,
Director of Training of the
Bahamas Red Cross and tested
by Nurse Vincent, Government
Nurse in Cockburn Town.
This Junior Red Cross Link
brings the strength of Red
Cross Juniors to 25 active links


VERNEITTA MOTT

Verneitta Mott

is engaged

THE engagement has been
announced between Miss
Verneitta Mott, executive vice
president of Sassoon Property
Developments Ltd., and Mr.
Paul Frederick Clarke,
treasurer of the Bahamas
Volleyball Federation.
They plan to marry early in
December.
Miss Mott is the second
daughter of Mrs. Drucilla Mott
of Yellow Elder Gardens and
the late Mr. Leonard Mott of
Lowe Sound, Andros. Mr.
Clarke is the elder son of Mrs.
Mary Helen Clarke of
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada,
and the late Mr. Ronald
Frederick Clarke.
Miss Mott, who recently
purchased the Family Food
Fair Store, Baillou Hill Road, is
a member of the Chamber of
Commerce Council; founder
member and charter president
of the first Bahamas
Toastmistress Club; assistant
secretary of the Bahamian
Women's Charity Club;
member of the Crippled
Children's Committee; member
of the Bahamas Business and
Professional Women's
Association; member of the
South Andros High School
Committee and member of the
Church of Christ, Cambridge
Lane, where she serves as
Sunday school teacher/secre-
tary/treasurer. She is the
mother of one son, Trcvor.
Mr. Clarke, a member of the
Institute of Chartered
Accountants, Canada, is a
partner in an international
public accounting firm in
Nassau. Mr. Clarke is vice
president of the Bahamas
Federation of Amateur Sports;
representative of the Volleyball
Federation on the Bahamas
Olympic Committee; member
of the Pizza Solos Volleyball
team; member of the Arawak
Super Wash basketball team
and has been a representative
of the Bahamas in international
competition in Florida and
South America. He has one
daughter, Annette.


involving 611 children. These
groups aim to help the less
fortunate in their community
and promote health.
At the San Salvador
Teachers' College 26 first and
second year student teachers
successfully completed a
Practical First Aid Course and
15 third year students attended
classes given by Dr. Vaklev and
Miss Aldridge in preparation
for their Higher First Aid
Certificate.
On October 18, 16 stewards
and stewardess of Bahamas


World Airways completed a
crash course in Practical First
Aid. This is the fourth course
given by Red Cross to Airline
personnel this year.
In the planning stage are
courses to the Ocean Cay
Aragonite Mining, Diamond
Salt, Stella Maris and Life
Guards of various hotels in
New Providence.
Presently one adult and
three junior First Aid Courses
are in progress in Nassau. One
adult and one junior in the Out
Islands.


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She's boiling


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I don't want to sound like a selfish wife, but, Abby,
having George home for lunch every day has upset my
whole routine.
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dren] a good hot breakfast every morning, and I never saw
them again until the kids came home from school, and
George came home for supper. Now, here comes George
home for lunch every day! It cuts into my day something
terrible. He's not the kind of man who can get his own
lunch. I have to prepare it and serve it to him. [A little
"snack" won't do for him. He likes a MEAL at noon.] Also,
he gets amorous when we're home alone, but that's another
letter.
I feel guilty just writing this, but I need some advice.
Should I come right out and tell George to buy his
lunch? DAY RUINED
DEAR RUINED: Tell George you married him for
better or worse-but not for lunch. A lot of women would
welcome your problem, but since you feel otherwise, hones-
ty is still the best policy. So level with George, and hope
for a fair compromise.
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spotted egg, she disposes of it in the garbage.
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C 12229
NOTICE is hereby given that
DAPHNE MAE PANCEITA
SINCLAIR of Hampton Street,
Nassau is applying to the
Mi n sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who Knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 19th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147,
Nassau.
C12308
NOTICE is hereby given that
AMOS ABRAHAM FELTON
of Podoleo Street, Nassau, N.P.
Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written ana signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
26th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C12337
NOl ICE is hereby given that
GERSHAM EMANUEL
HENRY of Eight Mile Rock,
Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen ot
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 26th day of October
1973 to The Mirnistel
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C12307
NOTICE is hereby given that
DENIS JOHN KNIGHT of
Eastern Road, Nassau is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
26th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship. P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C12303
NOTICE is hereby given that
WILLIAM WASILE of Nassau,
New Piovidence, Bahama
Islands is applying to the
Mi n ister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, ard that any
person who knows ny reason
why naturalisation should riot
be granted should send a
written and signed statement of
the facts within tweniv-ri;ght
days from the 26th cl.wv of
October 1973 to The Mr sister
responsible for Natioinalt', and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N/147,
Nassau.

C12426
NOTICE is hereby given that
MAUD (BRENDA) WHIfI: -,f
P. 0. Box 5544, East Rav St
Nassau, is applying to Thu




why registration should not be'
granted should send a wi 'ten
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight day';
from the 2nd day ot
November, 1973, to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N-7147, Nassau.


C12300
NOTICE i hereby given that
CHARLES DICKENSON of
P.O. Box F2435, Eight Mile
Rock, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality arid
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written ard signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
26th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible
for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147.
Nassau.

C12335
NOT3ICE is hereby given that
RUPERT JOSEPHii
RATTIGAN of Rolle Ave &
Peach Street 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
26th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C12306
NOTICE is hereby given that
JUNE IRENE KNIGHT of
Eastern Road, Nassau is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
26th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C12305
NOTICE is hereby given that
MALCOLM RICHARD RAE
of Rosetta and Montgomery
Streets, Nassau N.P. Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason vny registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
26th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.
C12338
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOSIAH WILLIAM RIGBY of
Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama is applying to the
M t :-Ater 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 26th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O0. Box N7147,

C12301
NOTICE is hereby given that
MR. ALWYN DAVID of East
Ba, St., Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 26th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C12230
NOTICE is hereby given that
WINSTON OLIVER
SINCLAIR of Hampton Street,
Nassau is applying to the
Mi, sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
p erO v wvro knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 19th day of October
1 173 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Ctze"'ship, P. 0. Box N7147,
N.rssau

C12304
NOTICE is hereby given that
CFDIEU VIXAMAR alias
.'. LI. Y JOSEPH of St. James
Road, Nassau, Bahamas is
jnplyin to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation
as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who
r- knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written
arid signed statement of the
facts wvithir, twenty-eight days
i,oirn 'ie 26th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible fur Nationality and
Citizenship, P. G. ox N7147,
Nassau.


C12302
NOTICE is hereby given that
MAISIE MAY WHITE of
Yellow Elder Gardens, P. 0.
Box N 7016, Nassau, Bahamas
is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that tmy person who knows
any reason why registration
should riot be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
26th day of October 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C12313
NOTICE is hereby given that
MARY JANE ELIZA
LATTICE of Freeport, Grand
Bahama is applying to the
Min sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 26th day of October
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147,
Nassau.


C12433
NOTICE is hereby given that
MERWYN EVATT LEE of
Winchester Street, Nassau,
Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 2nd day of Nov. 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C 12396
NOTICE is hereby given that
PAUL JOSEPH of Augusta St.
Nassau, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why naturalisation should not
be granted should send a
written and signed statement
of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
2nd day of November 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C12389
NOTICE is hereby given that
THOMAS JOSIAH
ROBINSON of Ridgeland Park
West Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
2nd day of November, 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C12425
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOHN JOBSON WHITE of P.
0. Box 5544, East Bay St.,
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 2nd day of
November, 1973, to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N-7147, Nassau.

,C12410
NOTICE is hereby given that
DENISON LAURENT
THEOPHILUS of P. O. Box
3157, Nassau Bahamas, is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
2nd day of Nov. 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C12435
NOTICE is hereby given that
BRUCE LLEWELYN BEEN of
P. O. Box F-2430, Freeport,
Grand Bahama Island 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
2nd day of November 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C12436
NOTICE is hereby given that
EMILINE AUGUSTA
ROBINSON of Farrington
Road N.P. is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship.
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 2nd day of November
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

C12445
NOTICE is hereby given that
WILLIAM OUTTEN of Blue
Hill Road, Nassau Bahamas is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
2nd day of November 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O. Box N7147. Nassau.


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jlU.6 BROKERS IEN-S CLOTHIhNJ
Martin's 2-3173 The Wardrobe Mackey St. 5-5599

DEPT. STORES TRAVEL
Pixies" Dept. Store 2-3173 Playtours 2-2931/7
John's Dept. Store 2-3156 R. H. Curry' & Co. Ltd. 2.8681/7
\DIO & T.V. SALES MuSIC
Carter's Records 24711 Cody'sJRecords 2-8500

OPTICIANS HEALTH FOpS
Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1 Nassau Drug Stole 54506
SPORT SHOP CAMERAS
(l.iiinpini Sport Land 2-1862 John Bull 2-4252/3
SHOE STORE DRY GOODS
, lonaris Kute Kiddy 2-4264 Cluoaris Kute Kiddy 2-4264

CARPETS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANf
l ee's Carpet Craft 3-1993 New Oriental Laundry 2-4406
HARDWARE GARDEN & FPT SUPPLIES
John S. George & Co. 2-8421/6 Modernistic Phone 2-2868

PLUMBERS PRINTING
Sunshine Plumbing Maintenance Wong's Printing Company 5-4506
Service Phone 5-6251
WRECKER SERVICE DRAPERI S
(ihson Car Wrecker Service 2-8896 Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993

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NORCE
C12428
NOTICE is hereby given that
DORIS MAY SMITH of Blue
Hill Road, Nassau is applying
to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 2nd day of Nov. 1973
to The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C12437
NOTICE is hereby given that
WILLIAM CARDINAL HIGGS
of Pine Dale, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reaosn why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
2nd day of November 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

C12430
NOTICE is hereby given that
SIMEON JOLLY of Cow Pen
Road N.P. BHS 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 2nd day of November
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147,
Nassau.

REAL ESTATE

C12048
BUY A LOT
in EASTWOOD or
WINTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Carey
at 27667 or 24815
Frank Carey Real Estate
Box N4764
Bay & Deveaux Sts.


C12358 FOR SALE
BY OWNER
2 BEDROOM HOUSE fully
furnished, wall to wall
carpeting, large patio, Johnson
Terrace $30,000. ALSO lot
Imperial Park 80 x 100 only
$5,500.00. Phone 51905 days
42463 after 6 p.m.


REAL ESTATE

C 12420
WOODLAND-3 bedrooms 2
baths furnished, only
$38,000.00.
BUEN RETIRO 3 bedrooms
2 baths, plus garage Apartment
furnished ONLY $47,500.00.
Walking distance to town.
RIDGEWAY 3 bedrooms, 3
baths,furnished, also 4
bedrooms 3 baths, furnished
with pool and water rights. See
by appointment.
WATERFRONT OUT EAST-
3 bedrooms 3 baths, furnished,
2 car garage, maids quarters.
OUT EAST on waterfront.
Houses from $85,000.00 and
up.
HILLTOP Gorgeous views
-2 storey affair. Only
$75,000.00 water rights.
CAMPERDOWN houses
from $100,000.00 and up
IMAGINE house 5 bedrooms
4 baths furnished. Gorgeous
views, ideal Scuba diving
skiing, swimming.
$125,000.00.
BLAIR house 3 bedrooms
spacious grounds with Air -
Asking $50,000.00.
WESTWARD VILLAS opp.
Cable Beach with rights to
Sandy Beach 3 bedrooms 2
baths, furnished, only
$49,000.00.
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033
evenings 41197.


C 12438
2.35 acres CARMICHAEL
ROAD. ONLY $20,000.00.
Ideal for farming or Industrial.
Near Nolas.
SOUTH BEACH 60 x 100
ONLY $3,800.00.
CARMICHAEL ROAD 7.14
acres with spacious 4 bedrooms
plus one bedroom apartment,
Sauna. Come see lets make a
deal.
MURPHYVILLE 3
bedrooms 2 baths, Air,
furnished only $38,000.00.
ROSETTA 21A bedrooms
bungalow with some furniture,
only $25,000.00
HAWKINS HILL 2-storey
house, spacious enclosed
grounds only $25,000.00.
LONG ISLAND over 1600
acres. Ripe for development.
LOT MONTAGU HEIGHTS -
100 by 150.
HILLTOP SANS SOUCI 302
by 100. Gorgeous views with
house, contents Asking
$57,000.00.
COMMERCIAL Fowler
Street. 2300 sq.ft. Ready for
business, only $45,000.00.
Ideal show room, laundry,
discount store or supermarket.


DIAL DAMIANOS,
DAMIANOS REALTY 22033,
22305, evenings 41197, 51129.


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4 bedrooms
airconditioned
Park Avenue.
2-8293.


- 2 bath,
house, Shirley
Phone 3-4527,


C12380
FURNISHED 2 bedroom
house Palmdale,
airconditioned bedroom, yard
enclosed, T.V antenna. $245
per month. Call Mr. Curry
2-3843 days 4-2080 nights.

SFOR SALE

C12432
OFFICE FURNITURE, can be
viewed at DOCTOR POAD'S
OFFICE, COLLINS AVENUE.
C12421
Munroe Calculator $100.00
Table $50.00
5 Desks at $150.00
Computer Printout Storage
Rack.
Call 2-7491-2-3 between 9 and
4:30.

C12387
WAREHOUSE and adjoining
vacant commercial lot.
Best offer. Phone 22098 -
5-3581


C12362
GARAGE SALE
Silverware
Cutlery
Glassware
Linen
Materials
Trimmings
Dresses 16 "' ..3
Records
Custom Jewellery
Ornaments
Electrical Appliances etc.
Opposite Olympia Hotel
Tel: 24062 Mrs. Petterson.
ALSO 20ft. OUTBOARD
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C 12328
FURNISHED AND
AIRCONDITIONED 2
bedrooms, 1 bedroom and
efficiency apartments.
Telephone 5-8134.
C12312
OFFICE FORMERLY
occupied by The Imperial Life
Assurance Company of Canada
for rent on Collins Avenue.
Approximately 1,700 square
feet of airconditioned space
with parking facilities for ten
cars. For information kindly
phone Mr. Seifert, telephone
59619.
C12386
LARGE MODERN STORE
PALMDALE and Mackey
Street Approximately 4,500
sq. ft. with connecting
warehouse approximately
2,000 sq.ft. All available
January 1974.
Call C. A. Wells, Telephone
41074 or write P. 0. Box
N405.
C12348
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom 21/2
bath house. Fully furnished.
Large garden. $500. Call 32556
anytime.

C12359
One two-bedroom unfurnished
apartment on McKinney
Avenue, Stapledon Gardens.
See proprietor on premises.
$180 month.

C12395
3 BEDROOM furnished house
with telephone Carmichael
Road. Phone days 34363
evenings 36526.

C12401
AIRCONDITIONED one
bedroom furnished apartment
in Dundas Court, Pyfrom
Addition, with laundry room
facilities and Master TV
antenna. Also large parking
area. For information call
5-3928 or 5-4258.

C12416
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT
in Palmdale ideal for
reserved gentleman. ALSO
BACHELOR ROOM. Call
51044.

C12369
OFFICE SPACE: Ldrge and
Small suites, some fully
carpeted, partitioned and
airconditioned, in modern
downtown office building.
Very Competitive rates.
Immediate occupancy. Write to
P. 0. Box N-4665, Phone
2-8560.
C12376
COMPLETELY furnished 1
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, carpeted, T.V.
antenna, automatic washer and
dryer. $200. Phone 58512.
C12325
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedroom, two bath, apartment.
With large living and dining all
basically furnished Victoria
Court APARTMENTS on
Elizabeth Avenue between
Shirley and Bay Street.
Facilities, phone, laundry.
parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

C12316
COTTAGES and apartments
daily, weekly or
monthly-airconditioned, fully
furnished, maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
.swimming pool. Telephone
31297,31093.
C12411
FURNISHED or unfurnished -


C12278
BELGRAVE AUCTIONEERS
will sell at Public Auction at
Government Warehouse,
Arawak Key, Nov. 6, 1973, at
10:30 a.m. miscellaneous
goods (terms cash only). Public
Is invited, come one, come all.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

CLUES TO

ghW (Iribunt
PanAm.

TRAVEL PHOTO
CONTEST

PHOTO No. 16:- One of this
country's three main river
systems.
This photo appeared on Oct.
4th.
PHOTO No. 17:- "Pussy cat,
pussy cat, where have ybu
been?......
This photo appeared on Oct.
6th.
Back Issues of these dates are
available at The TribWne
offices In Nassau and
Freeport.


I CARS FOR S


C12451
1971 AUSTIN MINI 1000,
blaze colour, standard shift,
one owner, low mileage. Like
new, serviced regularly. New
price $2884, selling for only
$1600. Call 2-2157 8 a.m. to 5
p.m., 7-7893 after 5:30 or
weekend.
tC12405
1968 TOYOTA with radio.
Price $850. Phone 3-4099.

C12400
19 69 RAMBLER,
airconditioned, power steering,
low mileage, one owner,
excellent condition.. Call
between 9 and $ 3-62-11.
.3-6646.
C 12434

ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY 1970 LTD..
USED CAR LIST

1967 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Auto White $1000

1970 HILLMAN HUNTER
- 4 Dr. Auto White $850
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
- 2 Dr. Auto Green $1450


I i = "


C12368
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 30th day of
November 1973 at 12 noon the
following property:-
"ALL THAT lot of land
situate in the Eastern
District of the said Island of
New Providence and having
the number Two (2) in
Block number Twenty-two
(22) on the plan of the
Subdivision known as
"Gleniston Gardens" filed in
the Registered Office of
Gleniston Gardens Estate
Limited the said lot of land
being bounded as follows:
SOUTHEASTWARDLY
partly by Lot numberEleven
(11) and partly by Lot
number Four (4) in the said
Block number Twenty-two
(22) on the said plan and
running thereon jointly
Eighty-two and Fifty
hundredths (82.50) feet
NORTHWESTWARDLY
by Lot number Three (3) on
the said Block number
Twenty-two (22) on the said
plan and running thereon
One hundred and Twenty
(120) feet NORTHEAST-
WARDLY by a road Forty
(40) feet wide on the said
plan and running thereon
Eighty-two and Fifty
hundredths (82.50) feet and
SOUTHEASTWARDLY
by Lot number One (1) in
the said Block number
Twenty-two (22) on the said
plan and running thereon
One hundred and Twenty
(120) feet."

Mortgage dated 23rd May,
1972 Herman Wellington
McClain and Nora L. McClain
to Finance Coporation of
Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Book 1943 at
pages 75 to 82.
This sale is subject 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: 24th day of October
A.D. 1973.
KIRK S. HINSEY

C12361
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the Parking lo't east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 30th day of
November 1973 at 12 noon the
following property:-
"ALL THAT piece or lot of
land situate in the Eastern
District of the Island of New
Providence comprising a
portion of a tract of land of
3.5 acres being part of Lot
No. 34 in the allotments laid
out at Sandilands Village
which said piece parcel or
lot of land is bounded as
follows Northwardly by a
strip of land 10 feet wide
now r formerly the property
of Walter Ivor Claridge and
June Agail Claridge and
adjacent and parallel to Joe
Farrington Road and
running thereon 150 feet
more or less Eastwardly by
Fox Hill Road and running
thereon 100 feet more or
less Southwardly by land
now or formerly the
property of the said Walter
Ivor Claridge and June Agail
Claridge and running
thereon 100 feet."
Mortgage dated 24th August,
1964 John Samuel Smith to
Finance Corporation of
Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 794 at
Pages 503 to 511.
This sale is subject 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 24th day of October
A.D. 1973.
KIRKS. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.


1969 PLYMOUTH
SATTELLITE $1300
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
S/W -Green $1595
1971 FQRD PINTO
Brown, Vinyl Auto. 5,$1995


1970 PONTIAC
LAURENTIAN
A/C Blue


$1950


1971 VAUXIHALL VICTOR
- 4 Dr. Std.. White $1295
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
Std. Green $900


1970 FIAT
4 Dr. Std. White
1969 VOLKSWAGON
Green
1969 MORRIS 1100
- 4 Dr. Auto Blue


$600


$1250

$900


1971 AUSTIN 1100
4 Dr. Auto. Blue $1100
Trade-ins Welcomed
Located Oakes Feld
Opposite The Ice House
Telephone 3-4636-7-8

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES---
C12377
SMALL BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY Key
Management Consultants Ltd.
have a client wishing to sell a
successful going concern
suitable for a woman willing to
spend a few hours a day
marketing the service offered
opportunity to earn up to
$10,000 a year. For further
information call 24224.

MARINE SUPr ES
C12315
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
Cruising Yacht. Phone 3-2371.

C 12439
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD

CHRIS CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLA/,TABLES


27 foot Concordi Sedan in
exceptional condition. Twin
225 h.p. Chryers are ample
power and economical. Boat is
fully equipped and can be seen
at out dock. $13500.00 asking.

20 foot Bertram Bahia-Mar
with new 200 h.p. Mercrulser.
New top and covers new
upholstery. Complete with
trailer and at our dock.
$5500.00

AT THE DIVE SHOP

Men's "competition" bathing
suits in all sizes 22" to 38'
waist, in "wow" colours. Now
a wide selection of ldles.
bikinis. Good fit, beautiful
colours in non-fading, durable
nylon, also matching tunics al
at realistic prices.,


Also the new men's "ash" low
cut suits in assorted colours
and sizes.

We have childrIn s'norkell(ig
sets, masks, fins, snorkel and
set of underwater phtos, all In
a colorful package, for $7.50.

Note for glasses weArers. We
have a complete stock of lenses
so come tn and be fitted for a
corrected. m.,. me
S20.000 .
.

All at Nassau's most mpte
Dive Shop, the dshop with the
dive Vf lat wnfT


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


-I


1969 FORD GALAXY
-4 Dr. A/C

1970 CHEVELLE SS-
A/C 2 Dr. Re.


$1500

$2600


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Friday. November 2, 1973________


MARINE SUPPLIES
C12%78
WHILE IT LASTS 13ft. Whaler
complete with engine and
trailer. 21338.


- 11694
1969 31ft. CHRIS CRAFI'
CorImander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with! less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition.
Call 4267,54011.

C12413
VERY FAST 16ft. speed boat.
Deep 'V' fibreglass hull. 85
H.P.4 Evinrude outboard.
Excellent condition. Trailer,
skis,, life jackets etc. included.
$2250. Telephone I. Taylor
24830 days, 51969 nights.
C12f44
50' t MATTHEWS in mint
condition. Must see inside to
full appreciate. Call 2-3911.

!ART SUPPLIES
C12 24
COMPLETE range of artists'
supplies. Oils, acrylics, canvas,
easels, etc. Bahamian Paint
Supply Ltd., Bay Street. Phone
2-2386, 2-2898.

LOST
C12429
Doberman Pincher, Age 5
moriths, answers to name of
Ralph. Lost in vicinity of
Twyham Avenue. Has recent
scar on front left leg. Reward
offered. Phone 22723 Andrew
Rodgers.

POSITION WANTED
C12427
WE HAVE an honest and
reli ble maid looking for a job.
PART TIME or FULL TIME.
Goqd with children. Phone
31402.

J HELP WANTED
C 12349
BACK HOE OPERATOR with
service experience. Telephone
2-4996 or 5-8725.


C12402
INTERNATIONAL AIR
BAHAMA requires
E P E R I E N C E D
A MINISTRATIVE
SEC IRTARY. Qualifications:
Gocd typing, basic knowledge
of accounting, ability to work
independently, pleasing
manner and appearance.
Mature person preferred.
Foreign language an asset but
not required. Applications may
be obtained at 2nd floor
Beapmont Building, Bay
Strdet.
C12399
OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY
require the services of a
qualified elevator mechanic
with minimum of 8 to 10 years
experience in installation and a
proven record in supervising
oth rs, Must be able to run an
inst lF4tion with minimum
assi tance from small office
staff.
Interested parties please apply
in writing with complete
resume stating qualifications
and, requirements to: Otis
Elevrator Company, P. 0. Box
N4$84, Nassau.
C64l20
JOB TITLE: (FOUR)
WELDERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Go4d basic education. Must be
a certified welder.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:.
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITI ES:
Must be a certified welder
capabl-e of performing
horiz ontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment. Applicants must
alsq be capable of
disassembling cement plant
machinery for welding repairs
andl reassembling after repairs.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CO.NTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Fre4port, Grand Bahama.
C 12403


IBM DATA CENTRE
SERVICES

Ha immediate position
available in Nassau.

SYSTEMS ENGINEER

Successful applicants will be
th roughly familiar with
syItems design and
implementation of varied
commercially oriented
applications on System/3, 360
DOS and 370DOS/VS.


EXPERIENCE

Po tion requires a minimum of
fiv4 years in programming and
Sy sems/Analyst work with
experience in COBOL, RPG,
RPI~-It and Assembler
La guages. Must be able to
trafl atd develop personnel
whi will be responsible for
ins aIatlon of computer
sysl ems

IB OFFERS: Hospitalization
ant Insurance programmes,
paln vacation, attractive
staying salary and excellent
adar.:epent opportunities.

Qualified applicants should call
Mr. McFadden at 32351/4 for
personal interview.
4 _-


HELP mTED
C12299
COMPETENT SECRETARY
required for established firm.
Dictaphone typist. English at
GCE "0" level or equivalent.
Speed and accuracy. Apply in
handwriting to: Adv. C12299,
c/o The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau.
i


C12398
ELEVATOR ADJUSTERS'
Otis Elevator Company require
the services of a qualified first
class adjuster. Require
minimum of 8 to 10 years
experience in all phases of
adjusting as well as graduate
engineering qualifications.
Interested parties please apply
in writing with complete
resume stating qualifications
and requirements to: Otis
Elevator Company, P. 0. Box
N4884, Nassau.

C12448
ATTRACTIVE LADY WITH
sales experience, light typing.
Apply to Associates Ltd., East
Shirley Street oppostie William
Street between hours 9:30 to
11.

C12443
JOB TITLE: Plant Manager
JOB DESCRIPTION: Manager
of a business at Freeport
engaged in the manufacture
and blending of food
flavourings and essences.
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School Graduate with a
knowledge of Elementary
Physics and Chemistry
DUTIES AND RESPONSI-
BILITIES Total responsibility
for the operation of the Plant
and management of the
business including supervision
of a small work force.
EXPERIENCE: At least three
years in a processing plant
including experience in
Customs clearance formalities;
the importation and
exportation of goods;
invoicing; quality control;
mixing procedures; laboratory
procedures; handling receipts
and payments and operating a
bank account.
INTERESTED APPLICANTS
TO CONTACT: McKinney,
Bancroft & Hughes P. 0. Box
N3937, Nassau Bahamas or Mr.
W.P.C. Adams, P. 0. Box ES
6200 Nassau, Bahamas.


C 12440
EXPERIENCED man to look
after large property and pool.
Good wages and two-bedroom
house provided. Call Telephone
5-1440 between 9.30 a.m. and
5.00 p.m.

C6436
JOB TITLE; 0 MAINTE
NANCE ENGINEER -
UTILITIES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Technical and College
graduate.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise and co-ordinate the
day to day maintenance
activities of the Company
power plant, fresh water well
fields and all air-conditioning
and fire fighting equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6437
JOB TITLE E: DOCK
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
loading of cement, limestone
and other products through
specialized equipment into
ocean going bulk ships, barges,
trucks, etc. for shipment to
meet customer requirements.
Supervise unloading of raw
materials from ocean going
ships and barges into stockpile.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6438
JOB TITLE: SUPERINTEN-
DENT POWER PLANT
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Technical and College
graduate.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and direct, on a
three shift/seven day basis,
operations and maintenance in
the generation of electrical
power for the operation of the
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6435
JOB TITLE: FOREMAN -
ELECTRICAL MAINTE-
NANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School and Technical
Graduate.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the electrical
maintenance activities,
including shop and field forces,
in providing repair.
maintenance, installation,
inspection and testing services
for the entire plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


Moo


I ELP MNTED
C12442
QUALIFIED Gardener with
references: Reliable yardman
Experienced cook with
references:
Tel 7-4142.


C12431
Wanted: Maid to work in a
family island. Interested person
contact Mr. Theo Stuart The
Bluff, Eleuthera.

TRADE SERVICES
C 12418
FOR ALL Your Gardening
Needs, Trimming, Hedging,
Pruning, Beach Cleaning, For
Prompt, Reasonable and
Efficient Service Cal! 5-7810.
C12353
KEITH REID


5,

COMMONWEALTH
FURNITURE
& CABINET WORKS
Design, build and remodel
kitchen 'and cnina cabinets -
Living, bedroom Furniture -
Vanity Book and Showcases
etc
Phone 31120
3 doors South of Nassau,
Stadium.
C12326
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for home,
apartments and hotels
Sales and services.
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC,
Mackey Street next
to Frank's Place


NOWzzE

NOTICE is hereby given that
BENJAMIN ALEXANDER
DICKENSON of Freeport,
Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship for
registration as a citizen of The
Bahams, 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 2nd day of
November, 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C6422
NOTICE is hereby given that
EMILY ELIZABETH
DICKENSON of Freeport,
Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
from the 2nd day of
November, 1973 to The
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P..
O. Box N7147, Nassau.
C6372
NOTICE is hereby given that
JOSEPH L. McGILLION of
22A Lancaster Place, 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
26th day of October, 1973, to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
O. Box N7147, Nassau.

HELP WANTED
C6420
JOB TITLE: (FOUR)
WELDERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
a certified welder.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment. Applicants must
also be capable of
disassembling cement plant
machinery for welding repairs
and reassembling after repairs.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.


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TRADE SERVICES
C12323




Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
p. O. Box N3714


~1


HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING


SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795. 2-3798
Airport 77434

C12366


EXPERT PIANO tuning and
repair. Ten years experience.
Mr. Saunders 42215 for
appointment.

C12357
WINDOW AND DOOR
SPECIALISTS We repair:
screens, windows, doors,
awnings, jalousies, glass &
mirror installations. Telephone
54460.


HELP WANTED
C6424
CATALYTIC WEST INDIES,
LTD., P. 0. Box F-2544,
Freeport, has job opportunities
for Bahamians in the Industrial
Maintenance Field, Freeport,
for the following positions:
CATALYTIC WEST INDIES,
LTD. has an opening available
in their Industrial Maintenance
organization in Freeport for a:

FIELD MACHINIST Must
have a minimum of five (5)
years experience in
trouble-shooting and repair of
all refinery rotary equipment,
including pumps, turbines,
di esels, large centrifugal
compressors and transfer
equipment.
INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN
- Must have pneumatic and
electronic instrumentation
experience in installation,
trouble-shooting and
maintenance of pneumatic
equipment, automatic tank
gauging, instrumentation
pertaining to refinery
operations. Minimum of five
(5) years refinery or process
industrial experience is
required.
PLANNER/SCHEDULER -
Must have a minimum of 4
years experience associated
with critical path planning,
refinery or industrial plants
including estimating,
scheduling of needed materials,
equipment and manpower for
work requirements. Must have
an Engineering Degree from an
accredited college. Preferably
an Industrial Engineer but
other type with value analysis
experience can apply. Ability
in planning and cost estimation
for new and modifications to
existing installations. This is a
staff job that requires an older
man of vast general industrial
experience.
PROJECT MANAGER Must
have 10 years Project
Management experience in
petroleum or related industries
with a thorough knowledge of
refinery maintenance
operations, position alos
requires strong background in
administrative functions.
Qualified applicants should
reply to: Deputy Chief
Industrial Officer, Ministry of
Labour Freeport.


C6431
1-MALE PERFORMER FOR
NOVELTY DOG ACT: With
five (5) years professional
experience as a featured artist
working with a dog. Good
references and Police
Certificate required.
2-DANCERS, (1) MALE and
(1) FEMALE: Must have
experience in Ballet, Modern
Jazz and Tap dancing. At least
three (3) years experience
professionally. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
Apply in person or writing to:
Personnel Department,
-Bahamas Amusements Ltd., P.
0. Box F-787, Freeport.


REX MORGAN, M.D.


By DAL CURTIS I


APARTMENT 3-G By Ale -rKoto I

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=JUDGE PARKER By PAUL NICHOLS]


I HELP WANTED
C6423
Vice President and Personal
Assistant to Chairman of
international conglomerate
required to administer
inter-company activities both
in the Bahamas and elsewhere.
Knowledge of corporate
management, international
trading, accounting and office
procedures essential.
Shorthand and typing an
advantage. Considerable
diversified experience required.
Bahamians only. Salary
negotiable.
ALL REPLIES: Controller,
Mercantile Group, P. 0. Box
F-456, Freeport.
C6436
JOB TITLE: MAINTE-
NANCE ENGINEER -
UTILITIES
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Technical and College
graduate.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise and co-ordinate the
day to day maintenance
activities of the Company
power plant, fresh water well
fields and all air-conditioning
and fire fighting equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6416
CHIEF AUDITOR: Chief
Auditor to be in charge of the
entire Hotel Financial
Department. Male with
college education and a B.S.
degree in Accounting. 8-10
years experience in Hotel
Accounting. Police Certificate
required.

EXECUTIVE CHEF: To be in
complete control of the entire
kitchen and all food area and
purchasing of food stores. Male
with a college education and
10 years experience. Should
have the ability to manage and
maintain food cost and payroll
at hotel standard. Police
Certificate required.
SALES DIRECTOR: To be in
charge of Sales Department.
Would be required to spend
some time abroad to meet with
other Sales Representative.
Male with college education
and 5-7 years experience.
Police Certificate required.
LABOURERS (6): To do
handyman work around hotel.
Clean glass, wash windows and
do general labouring-class
work. Police Certificate
required.
REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER
PLANT MECHANIC: Must be
able to repair osmosis plant,
keep motors in running
condition and should have
some experience in water wells
Male with high school
education and 3-5 years
experience. Police Certificale
rf cijired.
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., Munday
through Friday. Elon Martin.
Jr.. Personnel Director.


HELP WANTED
C6411
DIESEL, ELECTRIC AND
MACHINE SHOP ENGINEER
to manage complete generAl
engineering machine shop
operation. Must have formal
engineering traini-,g and
diploma from recognized
institution. 5 years experience
in senior supervisory
engineering capacity.
Call or write: Grand Bahama
Engineering, Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-2, Freeport, Bahamas.
Phone: 352-6239.

C6438
JOB TITLE: SUPERIN-
TENDENT POWER PLANT
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Techn ical and Colleg,
graduate.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and direct, on a
three shift/seven day basis,
operations and maintenance in
the generation of electrical
power for the operation of the
cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6435
JOB TITLE: FOREMAN -
ELECTRICAL MAINTE-
NANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School and Technical
Graduate.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the electrical
maintenance activities,
including shop and field forces,
in provi ding repair,
maintenance, installation,
inspection and testing services
for the entire plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C12417
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT for
400 room hotel. To organize
and supervise the daily running
of the accounting office, front
office cashiers, night auditors,
and Food and Beverage
Cashiers. To review and
prepare daily, monthly and
other financial and statistical
reports. Responsible to the
controller. Two (2) years
experience as a Chief
Accountant, good references
and clean police certificate.
EXECUTIVE HOUSEKEEPER
for 400 room hotel.
Responsible for planning,
organizing, staffing, directing
and training of staff for
housekeeping department.
Individual must have prior
supervisory experience as
Executive Housekeeper of a
similar size hotel. High school
education, hotel school
preferred. Three (3) years
experience as an Executive
Housekeeper, good references
and clean police certificate.
Interested applicants apply to:
Miss Delone Bowe, Personnel
Office of Princess Properties
International Limited, P. 0.
Box F-2623, enclosing
references and police
certificate, or telephone
352-9661 for interview.


__________________ I.


HELP TNTED
C6434
TIME CLERK
High School graduate to handle
time keeping and !earn all
phases of accounting. Apply in
person to:
Personnel Department
Bahama Cement Company
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6428
KITCHEN PORTERS: Seven
(7) Kitchen Porters. Must clean
kitchen and area around
garbage bins.
NIGHT STEWARD: Must be
able to take charge of cleaning
entire kitchen from midnight
to 8:00 a.m. Must have at least
two years experience as night
steward. Must be willing to
work long hours if necessary.
Must keep garbage areas clean.

For all the above please apply
to: Mr. John A. T. Roker,
Personnel Director of Holiday
Inn, P. 0. Box F-760,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Phone: 373-1333, ext. 28.
C6437
JOB TITLE: DOCK
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School graduate
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
loading of cement, limestone
and other products through
specialized equipment into
ocean going bulk ships, barges,
trucks, etc. for shipment to
meet customer requirements.
Supervise unloading of raw
materials from ocean going
ships and barges into stockpile.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C6413
COOKS: To work morning or
evening shift. Assist Chefs on
any station in preparation of
meals on the menu. Must have
previous experience in hotel
k kitchen or high class
restaurant. Letter of reference
required.
KITCHEN UTILITY
WORKERS: To work morning
or evening shift. Wash and
scrub all kitchen equipment,
floors, walls, iceboxes, etc.
Must be willing to do heavy
work.
D I SHWASH E RS/POT-
WASHERS: To work morning
or evening shift. Wash and
scrub pots, dishes, cutlery,
glassware, etc.

HOUSEMEN: To assist Maids,
also to do heavy general
cleaning in all public areas and
staff quarters of hotels. POlice
Certificate will be required.
MAIDS: To clean and prepare
guest rooms for occupancy.
Letter of reference reauired.

WAITERS: At least one year
experience in tirst class hotel
or restaurant. Police and
Health Certificate required,
also letter of reference.


Apply: Personnel
Oceanus Hotels"
Palm Way; P. 0.
Freeport, G.B.


Departmnt.
Ltd., .Royal
Box E-531.


I MARINE SrPUIES
C6412
37' SAILING YACHT,
Mercedes diesel, teak docks,
well equipped, comfortable.
$10,500 Duty Paid. Freeport
373-2288.


IIELP WANTED

C6429
LIVE IN MAID. ENQUIRE
WITH RALLA COOPER,
EIGHT MILE ROCK, GRAND
BAHAMA.

C6432
ASSISTANT BAKER: to work
in Hotel Bake Shop. Should
have knowledge of making all
pastries and also willing to
work shift.
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 Martin,
Jr., Personnel Director.


C6419
COST ANALYST
Bahama Cement Company
requires a COST ANALVSI
with a minimum of 2-3 years
experience in industrial
accounting including In process
Standard Costs. To assume
responsibility for Standards
Maintenance, Forecast, Cost
Analysis and Appropriation
Control. Minimum education-
Jr. college or business school
certificate in accounting or
partial qualification in
professional accounting
society.
Please apply: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6418
CHEF DE PARTIEs Four (4)
Chef de Partie, preferably
European trained. Must have
apprenticeship papers, must
have complete knowledge of
Gourmet and International
cooking. Must have at least two
years experience as Chef de
Partle.
PASTRY CHEF: Must be able
to run pastry shop on his own.
Must have knowledge of
French Pastry, Assorted Pllo,
Gourmet Desserts. Must be
able tO make outstanding
decorative cakes, wedding
cakes, etc., Must have at least
two years experience.
ADMIN IST RATIVE
ASSISTANT TO FOOD AND
BEVERAGE DIRECTOR:
Must have excellent typing and
shorthand skills. Must be able
to run office when Food and
Beverage Director Is not
available. Will be training Food
and Beverage Control Office
and Food and Beverage. Office
in statistical analysis and
correct office procedure.
Previous experience ngrafy
in Food and Ber
Department.
For all -the above aftae py
to Mr. John A. T
Personet .,
In, .P. ..-wW

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Friday, November 2, 1973


WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS


Smwmw -


Prosa and Bell


ead


Guinness fightback


Ministry of Works i from left staindingI Leon "Apache" Knowies (manager/coach), Sidney McKinney, Sherwin Taylor, Sonny Haven, Willie Knowles, Simec
Paul Johnson, Paul DemeritIc, V ia.im Jacques. Joe Pennerman, kneeling) Fred Taylor, Randy Rodgers, Pat Johnson, Boldridge Ellis, Lester Dean, Adrian Rodj


Al Jarrett and Gavin Knomule, It bov)


Ministry win softba


ByGLADSTONLE Th Rl' lI()\
Tll AII-SAR \I -,T
Works in a ten liu',. ',.
of which were .
right-feilder Wil K; :-
who during ti% n
scored two and
three, silenced \l .
pennant wvinn. ,
Industries 12 Ia' ;
captured the N 1 ,
Softball Chanipioi' li
Having droppcy ii -, ,
game of the hc-
playoffs ., .1
the Ministr n :-
steaming behind the 1 '
of left hander I'Piu Joli
and held Tayl', .
the third to : -
they took an -
Powering lhi k r
v ic t o rs 1l b _h ,
shaky start w
first ha-iei;a ,
He collected a.
four times it 1 .
and knocked in .-,-


)vi' ins'. I a l. lot ha!d 12
i, ,t-' l'aino his own way
,' ,K' I. iN', i ling pitlhlri
S, L ttwo r lour.
aci 'i japd knocked ill

l i,- i i i-, runs came
i i. p i' cr hbat Io third
S B,.:iio n Rolle who was
m. M. .(i or three rhi's IromI
: i I I i three plate
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1972 Ford Cortina, yvIIo.i. 2-d bucket seats, console
shift, automatic trash. S, tyre B$1 500.
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1970 Hillman Hu te drs., console shift,
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1970 Ford Corni ,,. 4 -d-.. 6 passenger, standard
trans., WSW tyc B,-'.
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1968 Ford Esco!, i. -di, standard trans, bucket
seats, WSW tyres
(NP 9828)
1966 Morris 100..-- 4 1-., tan' ir' d trains. B$550.


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1969 Morns 1100, ., a- a,
(N 6580)
1966 Ford LTD, nr-n. 4d. .
trans., power steeri q, pom we b-
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b passenger, automatic
aKs., WSW tyres, radio.


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1968 Chev. Impala, bh. ,4-,r ,o wer brakes
steering, BSW tyius, 6 p ,o ner di BS950
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1971 Dodge Avenger -ed d4 d.s console
automatic trans., rad.o. o$;2. 0
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1970 Ford Capri. gree-. 2-d.is automatic tran
BSW tyres. B$141,
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power steering, power brakes, WSW tyres. B$1000
(N 1559)
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power steering, power brakes, radio, automatic trans.
B$475
(5367)
1962 Cadillac Fleetwook, pink, 4-drs., radio, power
steering, power brakes, air condition, auto trans. B$500
(9678)
1969 Vauxhall Victor S/W, white, 4-drs., standard trans.
B$400
(9042)
1969 Austin 1300, green, 4-drs., Standard trans., BSW
tyres B$675


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Batting first, the Ministry
drew first blood when Al
Jarrett jumped on Rolle's first
pitch for an rbi double. He
drove in Fred Taylor who got
on by a short stop error.
Taylor s fired back in the
bottom of the tirst and sent
eight batters to the plate
producing a total of three runs.
Moncur on a double picked up
his sole rbi of the game driving
in P.i,. .. Johnson. J o hn
% ihl ,jin. followed Moncur with
a single before Ben Rolle
pushed Taylor's ahead when
his sacrifice fly scored Moncur.
With two down after Joe
Jones fifth batter
grounded out to short stop,
Keith Archer tapped an infield
hit and beat out the throw
while Williamis scored the third
run -,t the mn i .g.
IUnable to reachli the out field
in the 'op of the second, the
Ministry went down in order
one, two.o three and Ben
Rolle's second rbi again
driving in Moncur gave Ta ylor's
a 4-1 hold.


decider


WILLIE KNOWLES
From the third inning, the
Ministry began to rally and two
scored in the third brought
them tied. They picked up two
more i.1 the fourth three in the
fifth and three in the sixth
before Taylor's came through
with two in the bottom of the
seventh.
From the third to the sixth,
Taylor's sent a total of 14
batters to the plate. 12 of
those were unable to see first
base and the other two were
safe on an error and a single.
Short stop Paul Demeritte
came through for the Ministry


in tMe oUUrtI t
inning when he
runs and knoc
Taylor in the fi
innings also sco
knocked in one.
MINIST
ab r
W. Know 3
S. Haven 4
1-. Taylor S
A. Jarrett 5
S. Taylor 4
P. Demeritte I
L. Dean 0
A. Rodgers 4
S. Humes 4
P. Johnson 4

TAYLO
P. Johnson 4
(G. Moncur 4
J. Williams 3
B. Rolle 3
J. Jones 4
K. Archer 4
V. Albury 4
B. Bain 2
A. Thorn psonO
J. Bostwick I
J. Rolle 4
X\. Knowles 5
S. Haven 4


HALFWAY--AND THE JET



SHOW ALL THEIR POWEI


By IVAN JOHNSON

WITH TilHE Bahamas
American Football Association
season at the half way stage
players of the defending league
champions, the Nassau Jets, are
outstanding in the statistics.

Four Jets players Don
hluyler, Earl Bostwick Bruce
Russell and Jesse Ferguson
hold the top four places in the
leading scorers for '73.
Iluyler, last year's leading
scorer in the BAFA League
with 48 points, has already
passed last year's total having
scored 10 tds for 61 points this
season, in only four games.
With six games remaining
I FADING


NAMt
P. Hu\ ler
Ri. Iussell
I Bostwick
J. I crgusonl
B. Dorsett
1. Sritlhi
R. Thompson
A. lRoierts
W. Rolle
K. Huhncis


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C). Russell
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I Sinthi
c. (reell

II AM I
Jets
Slinpevs
HIurricanes
IM.rlins
(rushers
Prso

TI AN
Jets
Hurricanes
Crushers
Pros
Stingrays
Marlins
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TI AM r
Jets I
Jets
Jets
Jets
Stingra s
IHurricanes
Martlii.ns
Jets
Pros
Stingrays
PASS R1' CI


IT- AM
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Jets
Jets
Stingria s
Jets
Stingra.ys
Stingray s
Marlins

TI AM
Stingrayv s
Jets
Jets
C'rushers
I'roms
Martins
INT I
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I lurricanees
Jets
Marlins
Hurricanes
Hurricanes


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Huyler sh
mark.
After s
running I
leads the |
catches.
ltumes
by the irr
Bostwick
So far


would reach the 100

six games. Stingrays
back Kelton IHumes
pass receiving with 12

is closely followed
epressible Huyler and
of the Jets.
Huyler has snapped


Ferguson have c
passes in 14 atte
yards and 15
attempts for
respectively, in fo


Guinness Bowling Squad's
team captain Valdo Prosa and
veteran roller Graham Bell
combined for a total of 1,068
pinfalls last night and, together
with 60 handicap pins awarded
them in each game held off
defending first half winners
Albury's Supply 2-1 taking a
two game first place lead in the
Madeira League.
With mediocre bowling
coming from Roy Parks and
Charles Lunn, Guinness
dropped the first game
918-849 but picked up the
remaining two 871-854 and
840-795.
Brothers Mike and Billy
Albury carried the weight for
their home team with a
217(544) and a 196(534)
on Humes, respectively. Donnie Eldon
gers(capt.) tossed in an averaged
192(517).
Strong bowling by Bell and
Prosa over the first six frames
kept Guinness in top position
as they held a good four point
lead. Prosa then had 110 and
.... o ... Bell had 116.


through sixIth
scored three Mike Albury who from the
ked in one. beginning of the season bowled
fth and sixth consistently for a 191 kept
)red two and Albury's in contention and
picking up five strikes in his
TRY game high of 217 brought the
h rbi defending champs to a 31
points tie by the seventh
frame.
1 0 t Eldon collecting strikes from
2 2 i the fourth through sixth
3 1 1 frames added to Mike's rally
o 0 o and in the following frame
1 o 0 Albury's moved ahead by
2 2 I three.
Guinness, unable to hold on
R'S to their handicap pins moved
further to the rear in the tenth
I i 0 frame when Billy politely
3 2 i
I i o struck out for a 180 game.
I 2 3 The second game saw Billy
0 i o storming through with a strong
0 1 1 five strike 196 together with

o o o Charles Cooke's 188 clinching
o o o a 34 point tie in the eighth
0 0 o frame after moving from a six
0 I o point set back.

2 3 3 Prosa, outstanding in his
leadership saw to it that
o 0 o Guinness' hopes were kept
alive and rolled a well deserved
four strike 193. Both Graham
and Lunn came through in the
clutch with a 179 and 175
respectively paving the way for
R their victory.
|R The third and deciding game
was a battle from the third
completed 10 frame when both teams
mpts for 237 squared off at 14 points each.
passes in 40 As Maurice Prosa, Parks and
220 yards Valdo picked up strikes in the
iur games. following frame, Guinness


moved ahead by three.
Strong in their attack,
Albury's with Mike on his way
to a high of 171 and Eldon
with a 177 moved to within
one point of the lead.
However, Graham and Lunn
picked up the slack for
Guinness as they took the
match 2-1.
GUINNFSS
Ist 2nd 3rd Tot.
R. Parks 160 132 146 438
M. Prosa 141 132 139 412
V. Prosa 196 193 176 555
C. Lunn 110 175 167 452
(. Bell 182 179 152 513
AL-BURY'S SUPPLY


B. Blhbury 180
C. Cooke 163
). Fldon 192
P. Cooke 166
M. Alhury 217


196
188
148
166
4156


Esso Tigers' skipper Sidney
French in a grand first game
performance rolled nine
consecutive strikes falling short
of Larry d'Albenas' record of a
perfect game by three during
last night's match against
Pritchards.
However, the fourth place
defending champs were unable
to get the better of 28


'-~


It's easy for the Pros this time


up seven passes. Last year he HAVING learned a lesson
also topped the pass receiving from their loss to the B.C.B.
with 19 catches. Warriors earlier in the season,
Stingrays powerfully built the sensational Classic Pros
quarterback Bernard 'Porky' took control of the Police
Dorsett holds the no. I spot in Royals early in the first half
the passing stats. and paced by the shooting and
Dorsett has completed 31 rebounding of rookie forward
passes in 105 attempts for 426 Elisha Eli McSweeney cruised
yards in six gaines, while Jets to an easy 107-68 victory last
quarterbacks Blyden and night at the A. F. Adderley
SCORFRS G Gym.
SCORRSLast night, the Pros set the
D Rush Re.. h'a Ret. IPs. pace early and by the end of
o 3 7 o0 61 the first half held a strong 14
1 s i 2 0 38 point lead.
5 3 2 4 0 34
s s o o o 30 McSweeney going nine for
4 4 0 2 O 26 19 from the field and two for
4 4 0 i o 25 five from the free throw line
4 4 0 o 0 24 topped the Pros with a team
3 0 0 o 3 18
3 2 I o 0 is high of 20. He captured 19
3 0o 3 o is rebounds leading the Pros in
IV INi( that department.
Last year's rookie Golson
('Catches Yds. Av'. rI's Bain in an 11 for 15
12 13 s.8 .1 performance scored a team
7 249 35 6 7 high of 22 for the Pros. He
6 68 I I3 2
6 62 10,3 1 took 1 1 rebounds.
5 48 9.6 i Player/coach Cleve Rodgers
4 53 13.3 I keeping ordinance on the court
3 105 35.0 gave a game high of 13 assists.
N(; i 610Charles Bain handled the
N r ATT COMP Y)S -rs scoring for the Police, going 12
for 21 from the field and three
14 31 462 8 for seven from the line. He
40 15 220 6 took 10 rebounds. David
is 7 126 1 Spence gave great assistance
40 s '3 i under the basket while
43 11 87 i capturing 15 rebounds. David
No. Yds. Ig. )S. Smith, hot in the first few
4 109 60 o minutes of the game tossed in


I 'AM 01 I I NSI
TOTAL
1567
1041
733
621
363
217
II AM 1)1 I LNSI
TOTALS
299
316
339
1006
1014
1568


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0
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RUSHING
1110
570
655
494
212
84


PASSING
457
462
78
127
151
133


RUSHING PASSING
143 156
168 48
293 46
813 193
568 446
1149 419


Spence grabbed rebounds
and blocked with authority.
With Bain getting into the
picture, the Royals maintained
their three point lead 23-20
with a little over nine minutes
remaining when the Pros took
their second time out of the
half.
With six minutes left the
Pros finally got their game plan
together and bringing on Allan
Ingraham as substitute for
McSweeney rallied behind the
shooting of Wilfred Johnson
and the keen ball handling of
Anthony Marsh to a one point
lead two minutes later. Marsh
a total of six assists.


For the remainder of the
game, the Pros dominated and
out-scored the Police 16-3
taking a 46-32 first half lead.
The second half was just a
continuation of what the Pros
started late in the first period
and up against height
advantage of Ingraham,
McSweeney and Rodgers, the
Royals trailed 70-48 11
minutes into the second half.
McSwceney, agile in his
attack took advantage of the
boards going into the finals of
the game. The Royals' defence
just could not stop the Pros.
With eight minutes
remaining, the Royals trailed
by 32 points.
CLASSIC PROS
fg rh f tp
McSweeney 9 19 3 20
P. Ingraham 7 13 4 I
Balfour 1 I 0 2
Bain 1I1 1 2 22
Rodgers 3 5 3 6
Johnson 9 5 2 it
Marsh 2 4 3 4
Longly 3 3 0 6
A. Ingraham 3 13 0 6
Symonette I 3 0 2
Ramsey 2 4 1 4
POLICE ROYALS
D. Smith 6 5 o 13
A. Smith 4 5 I 8
Cash 0 0 1 0
Davis 0 3 1
Ferguson 0 0 0 C
Bain 12 10 1 27
Johnson 0 0 0 O
Spence 2 15 3 4
Quant 0 0 3 0
1-orhes 8 8 1 16


Rookie Harvy
behind the scene


Roker came from
ies and scored 14


points and snatched II rebounds as
Pinder's Basketball Club stopped
Heastie's Supersonics 96-73 last
night at the C. 1. Gibson Gym.
Behind by two points going into
the second half. Walter Major and
Van Ferguson sparked Pinders into
rallying to a 56-51 lead.
Roker and Danny Edgecombe
then got their game together and
within five minutes held an 80-69
command.


fs
Roker
Edgecombe
Knowles
Major
Ferguson
T. Smith
Burns
McFall
Coakley


PINDFRS
rh f
7 11
4 15
4 6
7 12
4 S
2 4
8 2
4 S
1 3


Thompson 2
SUPERSO
Young 7
Clarke 9
C. Albury 9
A. Albury I
Bethel 4
Deveaux 0
Sutherland 0
Smith 2
Bullard 2
Demeritte 2
Bain 2


o 2
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27 3
17 1
5 2
6 2
2 S
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0 1
1 3
6 3
2 3
2 3


In other games played last night,
Van Delaney scored 10 of 22 from
the field and four of six from the
free throw line to go together with
Chrales D)eve.aux' 15 points and
nine assists leading Superwash
Arawaks to an 83-76 victory over
Reef Basketball Club.
Rudy Levarity led Reef with 17
rebounds and 29 points. Eric


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE


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1. Mimic 28. Exceptional
4. Pertinent 31. Employees
7. Headstrong 32. Samovar
11. Supreme Being 33. Nautical ropes
12. Sand bank 35. Holy
13. Lamb 38. Mike's friend
14. Digression 39. Grandparental
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17. Whim 44. Not any
18. Valve 45. Thicket
20. Curtail 36. Woolly pyrol
22. Grease 47. Understood
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Old Eng. 49. Cereal grass


Mackey scored 18 and gave five
assists.
John Martin scored a game high
of 24 and Phil Poitier gave 14
assists as the Kentucky Colonels
defeated the Fox Hill Nangoes
90-80.


ASHE IS OUT

PARIS Tom Okker of Holland
entered the semi-finals of the
French open indoor tennis
tournament today, with a 6-1 3-6,
6-3 victory over Arthur Ashe of
Miami. Okker was seeded number
4, Ashe number S.
Ashe was buried under his own
errors. During the first set his
service was ineffective and wild,
and his volleying lost him many
points.(AP)










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handicap pins spotted their
fifth pisce opponents in each
game and having won the first
game 970-833, dropped the
remaining two 873-803 and
788-765.
Defending bowling champ
Mike Albury tossed in a six
strike 217 in Esso's first game
command. He came back with
168 and 190 in the remaining
three games.
Ivan Sands, a 151 average
bowler, led Pritchards with a
well rolled 211(527). He was
seconded by Mike Sawyer who
came through with a 186(483).

The newly-formed Star
Insurance have had their share
of first place it seems. Having
been forced to share the lead
last week with Guinness who
stopped them 2-1. Star this
week dropped into third place
all by themselves following a
2-1 victory by fifth place K. C.
Auto.

Tom Stubbs led K. C. with a
181(500) and Ken Sands added
a 171(475).

League leading bowler Pat
Sweeting led for Star with a
198(519) together with
Bradley Friesen who had a
match high of 204(577).

Lou Parker rolled scores of
187, 152 and 165 leading,
Heineken Brewers to a 2-1
victory over Tinker's Paint.
Against the attacking form
of Tinker's Shannondor Evan's
166(459) and Matty Culmer's
159(452) Will Sevmour rolled
a 173(425)and Tony Major had
a 173(437) as Heineken took
the first game 790-737,
dropped the second 774-771
and captured the third
724-700.



The Bahamas Bowling
Association takes a break from
regular competition on
November 10 when they
sponsor a moonlight cruise
aboard the plush Canada
Goose. The cruiser leaves
Prince George Dock at 8 p.m.
and $5 tickets for this event
can be purchased at the
bowling ally or from the ship.

MAURA LEAGUE STAN')INGS
W L
Guinness 22 11
Albury s Supply 20 13
Star Insurance 19 14
Esso Tigers 17 1 6
K.C. Auto IS 18
lteineken Brewers IS 18
Pritchard 15 18
Tinker's Paint 9 24