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VOL. LXX, No. 287 Saturday, November 3, 1973 Price: 20 Cents


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POLICE OFFICERS living in 80-year-old Arthur's House barracks have complained of primitive prison-standard
accommodations that pose a serious threat to national health.
The building is "infested with rats and roaches", floors have
gaping holes, plumbing is inoperative and there is "no electricity
or potable water" among other deficiencies, some 30 officers
have claimed in a July 5 letter to Police Commissioner Salathiel


H.E. POPPY DONATION
GOVERNOR GENERAL Sir Milo Butler receives his
Poppy from Judith Tynes, 10, daughter of MP for Crooked
Island, Cyril Tynes, at Government House while Lady
Butler looks on. Poppy Week starts on Monday with
organizations throughout New Providence and the Out
Islands selling poppies to raise money for the Bahamas
branch of the British Legion. Remembrance Day, for the
fallen in the two world wars, is to be celebrated next
Sunday. Photo: Philip Symonette.


M.P. QUERIES


HOTEL BILLS


PAID BY ZNS

WHY DID RADIO Bahamas
find it necessary to pay out an
estimated $5,500 to the Pilot
House Club in the 15-month
period between May 29, 1972
and September 10, 1973?
This is the question posed in
the House of Assembly this
week by Marsh Harbour
representative Errington
Watkins.
There have been allegations
that Radio Bahamas was
maintaining suites in hotels in
Nassau, Freeport and Miami
for its Board members and
section heads on a full-time
basis.
Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling, who has
responsibility for radio, denied
this in September, and said
that the station had discount
arrangements with the hotels
whenever these were used by
Corporation officials on
Corporation business.
Mr. Watkins has tabulatd
the numbers of 13 cheques,
made payable for as much as
$1,868.71. Other amounts are
for $1043.08 and $1004.17.
The Marsh Harbour
representative also proposes to
ask for appointment of a
committee to inquire into the
administration of radio station
ZNS.

EYE CONTACT
TESTS LENSES
ROBERT T. HIRST
Optometrist
Savoy Bldg.
FREEPORT
Telephone 352-5906


MISSING N
A 30-YEAR-OLD American
woman who left her New York
City home for a trip alone to
Nassau early last month has
been neither seen nor heard of
by family or friends since
October 15.
Reported missing is Miss
Abbie Jo Breit, (pictured), five
feet six inches in height, 130
pounds, has dark brown hair
and blue eyes.
Anyone with information on
her whereabouts is asked to
call either CID at 22561 or Mr.
Richard F. von Thaden in
room 548 at the Sheraton
British Colonial Hotel.
Miss Breit left New York on
or about October 7, bound for
Nassau.
In Nassau she met a man and
both stayed for a time at the
Sheraton.
On October 10 she wrote
her mother, Clara Breit, in New
York, saying she had met four
young men with whom she was
going to sail on a sloop to
George Town, Exuma. She told
her mother she expected to
return home in five or six days.
There were sketchy reports
that Miss Breit and her friends
set out on the sailing trip to
Exuma, but had to turn back


FOLLOWING on Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling's PLP
convention statement on
unemployment. Labour
Minister Clifford Darling has
been asked to produce the
pertinent facts and figures.
The Prime Minister told the
convention last month that
3,000 jobs are needed for New
Providence, 500 for Freeport
and 500 in the other Out
Islands.
Now FNM Opposition
Leader Kendal Isaacs wants the
Labour Minister to give the
total number of people
unemployed in the Bahamas
with a break-down by major


H. Thompson.
There has been no reply to
date to their grievances, but
Commissioner Thompson
admitted yesterday that he too
is dissatisfied with the present
condition of the three-storey
building.
Built for use as a prison in
the late 1800's, Arthur's House
was converted into a police
barracks a number of years
ago.
"Although renovations have
been made, they can never be
up to standard as the building
will always remain a prison
site," Mr. Thompson told Jhe
Tribune.
He said he was not satisfied
with the building's use as living
quarters and revealed that
plans are being made to
renovate Ranfurly House
formerly the force training
centre as quarters for the 70
occupants of Arthur's House.
RATS & SCORPIONS
In their letter to the Police
Commissioner 30 CID officers
living in the converted prison
charged that "the only
difference now is that no one
comes around to snap locks on
the doors" of their rooms
which they say are "infested
with rats, roaches, ants,
scorpions, spiders and
centipedes."
They claimed that "there is
a lack of proper bathroom
facilities...the toilet bowls, face
bowls, urinals and showers are


.Y. WOMAN
-A


because of bad weather.
The friend with whom she
had stayed at the Sheraton last
saw her on October 15 in the
hotel's lobby, as he was
preparing to leave for Nassau
International Airport for his
trip home to the U.S.
He has told American
authorities that Miss Breit was
preparing to leave for Exuma
when he last saw her.
She has not been heard from
since.


islands.
In a series of House
questions yesterday, Mr Isaacs
also asked for the number of
school leavers who entered the
job market in each year from
1970 to 1973.


In addition
for the
school-leavers
enter the job


he wants a total
number of
expected to
market in 1Q74


How many jobs are there
available now throughout the
Commonwealth which
Bahamians refuse to take he
asked, adding that he wanted a
breakdown of the various
categories of these jobs


inoperative on all floors.
"There is not potable water
in the building. There are no
facilities available for changing
worn and dirty bedding
materials...mattresses and linen
cannot be replaced.
GAPING HOLES
"The garbage disposal
system in operation is
inadequate. The building is
improperly maintained and
unpainted There are gaping
holes in the floors; damaged
glass windows, no plumbing
service, no electrical service.
"The building is infested
with rats, roaches, ants
scorpions, spiders and
centipedes," the men charge
in their letter.
The men said that because
of the accumulation of filth
and the building's infestation,
they were fearful that disease
picked up by them could be
spread to members of the
public with whom they came in
contact.
HEALTH HAZARD
"This can create serious
national health hazard," they
warned, and said it was their
opinion that the Ministry of
Health and the general public
were ignorant of the conditions
existing at Arthur's House.
The Tribune understands
that most of the dissatisfaction
among Arthur's House
residents stemmed from
officer-graduates of the new
Oakes Field Police Training
College.
"It is unfair for one to
compare the police college,
which is a more modern
building, with Arthur's House,
which was constructed to be
used as a prison," the
Commissioner said.
SUB-STANDARD
Mr. Thompson pointed out
that not only was he aware of
the sub-standard conditions at
the barracks but had tried to
encourage the men to make
alternate living arrangements
where possible.
"After the construction of
the Southern Police Station in
the Grove which was able to
house six officers it meant
that six men were taken from
Arthur' s House. As I am able
to acquire more suitable
accommodations, there will
eventually be no one left in
Arthur's House," the
Commissioner said.
He said he had gone to the
extent of advising anyone
living at Arthur's House that if
he was able to find suitable
quarters with relatives or
friends he would be allowed to
live out and that five per cent
living allowance would be
given.
"Some of the chaps took up
this offer," Commissioner
Thompson said.
Plans for the renovation of
Ranfurly House were well on
the way, he added, but "this
took time and wouldn't be
done overnight."
Fstimates for renovating
Ranturl. House are $39,000
onp.red to10 dbout $400,000
for the old prison building
WA VI R PROBLEM
According to the
Commissioner the water
problem was the result of the
old plumbing. But on
numerous occasions the men
were to be blamed when the
plumbing went bad.
When renovated Ranfurly
House will accommniodae about
40 men, although there are
now 60 to 70 officers living in
barracks


DEPUTY DIRECTOR of
Statistics, Neville K.
Adderley, explains a point to
one of 26 persons being
trained as enumerators for
the Bahamas National Sample
Survey. The survey begins
November 5.


STATUS OF

VESCO HERE

QUESTIONED

THE STATUS of financier
Robert Vesco in the Bahamas,
and the role of Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank in the
country's economy has been
questioned by House
representative Michael
Lightbourn.
Questions tabled in the House
Wednesday by Mr. Lightbourn
are directed at Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling, who has
jurisdiction over immigration,
and Finance Minister Arthur
Hanna, who has responsibility
for banks.
Mr. Lightbourn has asked
lth' Prime Minister to advise
the House of Mr Vesco's
immigration status and
whether work permits have
been granted to any of his
employees.
If so, the member wants Mr.
Pindling to list their names,
occupations and dates when
advertisements appeared in the
local press to see if there were
any qualified Bahamians to fill
these jobs.
On the matter of Bahamas
Commonwealth, with which
Mr. Vesco is alleged to be
associated, Mr. Lightbourn
wants to know if the
government has borrowed any
funds from that institution or
any of its associated companies
in the form of promissory
notes.
If so, he has asked the
Finance Minister to list the
dates the money was
borrowed, the terms of
repayment, including the
interest rates and those notes
still outstanding.
WHAT AUTHORITY?
He has also requested Mr.
Hfanna to advise the House
under what Act of the
legislature such loans were
authorized and for what
specific purpose. If the money
was not spent as authorized,
Mr. Lightbourn wants to know
how it was spent.
Mr. Lightbourn has again
asked Mr. Hanna to explain
why no financial statement has
been published for Bahamas
Commonwealth as required
under the Bank and Trust
Companies Act.
He is questioning why no
auditors have been appointed
by the bank and whether
government has appointed
auditors to do the job.
Further, Mr. Lightbourn has
asked whether it is
government's intention to
publish the statements and if
so, when, and what the cost for
this work will be.

Col. Gamble funeral
FUNERAL servitc '-r the
late Lt Col G 0 Gamble.
who died in London on
Tuesday, will be conducted at
St Anne's Church, Fox Hill, at
4 pm. Monday by Canon John
Pugh. Burial will be in the
churchyard
Col. Gamble's body was
flown back to Nassau
yesterday accompanied by his
wife and two of his daughters.
Susan and Jane.
Col Gamble, a Canadian,
came to the Bahamas over 20
years ago and made has home
here,


NATIONAL SURVEY

BEGINS ON MONDAY


THE DEPARTMENT of
Statistics began the training
Tuesday of 26 persons to act as
enumerators for the National
Sample Survey which begins
Monday.
Deputy Director of
Statistics, Neville K. Adderley,
is in charge of the training
programme whose sessions are
held at the Statistics
Department in Nassau Court.
The sessions will familiarize
trainees with the concepts
involved in the survey, the
completion of questions and
the general procedure of field
work.
The two-week survey will
collect information on
employment, unemployment,
income and expenditure in
order to make estimates of
national income and gross
national product. The date will
be supplied to government,


business, trade unions and
other groups for planning
purposes and it will also be
used to satisfy United Nations
membership requirements.
Enumerators will make
personal calls on 1,000
households chosen at random
in New Providence, Grand
Bahama, Andros Abaco,
Eleuthera, Long Island, Cat
Island and Exuma. Calls will
usually be made after 4 p.m.
and householders are asked to
cooperate fully with the
survey.
All information given by
individuals to the enumerators
will be held in the strictest
confidence and by law may not
be disclosed to any
unauthorized persons or other
government departments, or
published in such a manner as
to identify the particulars with
any persons or household.


Vesco: new move


to extradite him

ANOTHER ATTEMPT is to be made to extradite Robert L.
Vesco from the Bahamas on the basis of a new fraud indictment
brought against the fugitive financier in U. S. Federal Court.


Bahamas Attorney General
Paul Adderley told a press
conference in September that
although the U.S. government
had requested Mr. Vesco's
extradition in June on fraud
charges, it had produced no
evidence to warrant his arrest
and return.
Federal prosecutors have
now revealed that charges of
alleged fraud and charges of
conspiracy and obstruction of
justice, both brought against
Mr. Vesco, are not covered by
extradition treaties between
the United States and other
count ries.
They said that the charge of
a completed fraud, which is
alleged in the new
indictment comes under the
appropriate extradition
agreements.
$50,000 FRAUD
The indictment, voted by a
grand jury on July 20 and
unsealed by Judge Lee P.
Gagliardi Wednesday in New
York Federal District Court,
alleges that Mr. Vesco
defrauded International
Controls Corporation of
$50,000 to buy stock for his
personal benefit while
pretending that the money had
been spent for legitimate
expense of the corporation.
It charges that the former
chairman of ICC "did
wrongfully embezzle, misapply
and convert said $50,000 to his
own use" in January 1972 by
transferring the funds to pay
for stock he bought from C.
Henry Buhl 3rd, who was a
director of another Vesco
corporation, I.O.S. Ltd.
Mr. Vesco was among 42
defendants indicted last year
on charges of defrauding four
IOS iunds of $224 million.
$250,000 LOAN
In May this year there was a
further indictment against him
for allegedly obstructing justice
in a case involving charges that
former Attorney General John
N. Mitchell and former
Commerce Secretary Maunce
H. Stans had impeded an
investigation of his financial
activities in return for a
$200,000 cash donation to
President Nixon's 1972
election campaign.
This was followed in June


by indictment on a charge of
attempting to defraud ICC
through a scheme to use
corporate funds to repay
$250,000 Mr. Vesco had
borrowed from Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank.
Courts in Costa Rica. where
Mr. Vesco has established legal
residence, have however
refused to proceed with his
extradition on grounds
that Costa Rica's treaty with
the United States did not cover
attempted fraud.
U.S. prosecutors have
attempted to overcome the
difficulty by alleging a
completed fraud in the latest
indictment making it a means
for seeking the : iii.iin ii's
return.
Mr. Vesco has been dividing
his time between Costa Rica
and the Bahamas where he also
maintains a home.
Government spokesmen
have repeatedly claimed the
New Jersey businessman has
done nothing to contravene the
laws of the Bahamas. Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling told
a press conference during the
independence celebrations that
Mr. Vesco's status here was
that of a visitor.

Needs $4,000 for

an operation
A FURTHER appeal has
been issued today for $4,000 to
assist with the medical
expenses of Mr. Edward "Fats
Domino" Hall who was
seriously injured in a cycle
accident at Spanish Wells on
October 11.
Mr. Hall has been in hospital
in Nassau and Miami and has
required an operation These
costs have been met through
donations by the congregation
of Glad Tidings Tabernacle, the
Loins Club, two anonymous
donors at Spanish Wells and
others.
The family still requires
$4.000 more and anyone
wishing to contribute is asked
to contact any family member,
Mr. Swanson Curry at Swans
Barber Shop, Palmdae, or send
their contributions to The
Grove branch of the Canadian
Imperial Bank of Commerce,
Nassau.


PRISON-STANDARD CONDITIONS AT POLICE

HEADQUARTERS SLAMMED BY OFFICERS





Barracks infested with


many classrooms are needed at
the present time to alleviate
overcrowding in Government
schools and at what levels?"
Mr. Fountain also wanted to
know what plans exist to
alleviate the present teacher
and classroom shortages, and
what plans there were to meet
future demands for teachers
and classrooms.


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FNM QUESTIONS

GOVT.ON TOPICS

OF WIDE RANGE
By MIKE LOTHIAN
FREE NATIONAL
MOVEMENT House members
on Wednesday tabled questions
on the size and cost of the Civil
Service and public corporations'
staffs, road and airstrip
maintenance in the out islands,
immigration, the incomplete
Abaco highway,. the 1972
revenue and expenditure and
teacher and classroom
shortages.
Opposition Leader Kendal
Isaacs (FNM-Fort Montagu)
asked Prime Minister Lynden
0. Pindling to "give the total
number of persons employed
by the Broadcasting
Corporation of the Bahamas in
each year from 1967 to 1973,"
and "what is the monthly
payroll of the Corporation?"
Norman Solomon (FNM-St.
George and Dunmore) asked
Deputy Prime Minister and
Finance Minister Arthur D.
Hanna to reveal the total
number of persons in the Civil
Service in each year from 1967
to 1973, and the present total
monthly payroll.
He asked also for a
breakdown of both the
numbers and the payroll by
Ministry and/or department.
Cyril Tynes (FNM-Crooked
Island) wanted Transport and
Telecommunications Minister
Darrel Rolle to give the total
number of Bahamas
Telecommunications
Corporation employees for
each of the years 1967-73, as
well as the current monthly
payroll.
Noel Roberts (FNM-St.
John's) asked Development
Minister Carlton E. Francis to
supply the same information in
relation to the Bahamas
Development Corporation.
AIRSTRIPS
Mr. Tynes asked Tourism
and Aviation Minister Clement
T'r. Maynard to "advise the
House of the locations of
airstrips in the Commonwealth
which are presently in need of
repairs or maintenance, the
estimated costs of such repairs
or maintenance, and the dates
on which it is planned to
commence these works."
Mr. Solomon wanted Works
Minister Simeon Bowe to
"advise the House of the
locations of public roads in the
family islands which are
presently in need of repairs or
maintenance, the estimated
costs of such repairs or
maintenance, and the dates on
which it is planned to
commence these works."
TURKS ISLANDERS
Mr. Isaacs has asked Mr.
Pindling, "why were the
following Turks Islanders
resident in Inagua refused the
renewal of work permits
and/or why were they told to
leave the Bahamas- Donald
Harris, Claude Lightbourn,
Hubert Williams. Henry
Hlenfield and Wellington
Smith?
"Does Government intend
to repatriate the above
individuals and if so when?"
Mr. Isaacs added.
Mr. Solomon addressed
further questions to the Works
Minister:
"Has the Abaco highway
been completed? If not why
not? When will the highway be
completed? What was the
contract price for the
construction of the highway?
Cyril Fountain (FNM-North
Long Island) asked Education
Minister Livingston N.
Coakley, "will the Minister
state what additional number
of qualified teachers are
needed at the present time for
Government schools and at
what level?
"Will the Minister state how


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FNN CHALLENGE ON JOBS AVAILABLE


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Saturday, November 3, 1973


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THE United States
unemployment rate plunged
unexpectedly last month to
the lowest level in more than
three years, the Government
said.

A YOUNG Cuban exile
who attempted to hijack a
Venezuelan airliner in a
desperate bid to rescue his
father from Cuba, died of a
self-inflicted gunshot wound
in the head, doctors reported
in Caracas.

GENERAL Amin, the
Ugandan military leader, said
Israel and the United States
are planning a surprise attack
on Egypt and Syria "any time
from now."

THE Pakistan Government
introduced a new law to ban
all groups in the country
considered capable of
"functioning as military
organizations."

AN ATTEMPT to kidnap a
Jalisco state judge and former
Governor was foiled by
authorities, local newspapers
said in Guadalajara. But the
police denied the incident.

THE British Government
has threatened to jail
directors of soccer clubs if
they fail to make their
grounds safe for the fans. A
bill will make it compulsory
for clubs to obtain a safety
certificate for stadiums
holding more than 10,000.

VALERY Panov, one of
Russia's top ballet dancers,
and his wife Ave vowed to
continue a hunger strike
because the Soviet
Government has not granted
them exit visas to go to Israel.
A SHORTAGE of
insecticide is hampering
government efforts to kill
swarms of locust that have
threatened rich grain crops in
eastern Australia, a farmers'
association said.

THE Soviet Union
launched thle 606th earth
satellite in the top-secret
Cosmos series, Tass said.

POLICE said some 40
paintings of the impressionist
period and valued at more
than $2,500,000 were stolen
from a private art gallery in
Paris. They included works
by Van Gogh and Utrillo.

POLICE said that the
bodies of three of four people
who died in a plane crash at
Mount Gimie, St. Lucia's
highest peak, have been
recovered.

RUDY Luck, a former
leftist Peoples Progressive
Party Member of Parliament,
has assumed duties as special
assistant to Prime Minister
Forbes Burnham in Guyana.

THE Florida White House
said that President Nixon "is
not giving any thought to
resigning" but plans to
continue doing his job at
"this critical time."

SENATOR Edward
Kennedy has introduced an
immigration bill that would
increase the number of
foreigners allowed to enter
the United States each year
|iV 10.000. (Reports from AP)


MP lashes royal family


PRINCE PHILIP
Smart Aleck'


BUYERS

DRIVE

DOLLAR

HIGHER
TOKYO Buyers
unexpectedly drove the value
of the once-faltering U.S.
dollar to sharp new highs in
Tokyo this week, clearly
signalling the extent of Japan's
economic problems and the
United States' swiftly
improving international trade
position.
The dollar rose five yen
yesterday after climbing three
yen Thursday, closing on the
spot market for overnight
delivery at 274.90-275 yen, its
highest close since the
February devaluation.
And on the forward markets
where buyers contract to
receive dollars in the future,
they were paying 280.30 yen
dollars to be delivered in
January.
There was speculation that
the dollar may climb to near
300 yen by next year, close to
its value of 308 yen before last
winter's devaluation.
Sources said these
developments mean that the
old problems of a weak dollar
are over in Tokyo, at least for
now. And while the Japanese
yen remains strong,
international oil price
increases and payments deficits
have reduced its strength
somewhat.

Americans should be
delighted with the changes.
What they mean are that
travelling in Japan or buying
Japanese goods should become
a little cheaper in terms of
dollars.

At the same time, many
imports to Japan will become a
little more expensive, thus
discouraging some imports and
encouraging Japan's exports.
The rising dollar also is
expected to worsen Japan's
inflation, since it now will take
more Japanese yen to buy the
same amounts of imports such
as oil, scrap iron or wheat.
The struggling Japanese
consumer already is strapped
with the steepest inflation rate
of any major industrial
country, with prices averaging
20 per cent above last year.
Bankers said the recent large
international oil price increases
were the main "psychological
factor" setting off the dollar's
rise. The oil price hikes could
drain another 1.6 billion
dollars annually from Japan's
currency reserves, according to
the foreign ministry.


Imports to Japan have
jumped about 70 per cent this
year on a customs clearance
basis while Japan's exports to
the rest of the world have
failed to keep pace. (AP).


LONDON Labour MP Willie Hamilton,
outspoken critic of Britain's monarchy,
branded the Queen "a mechanical dog" last
night in a scathing attack on the Royal
Family.
And he dubbed Prince Philip, "a smart
Aleck".
His bitter assault on the monarchy
stemmed from his criticism of a pay increase
that would boost Princess Anne's allowance
to $84,000 a year- money Hamilton claims
could be put to better use.
Hamilton told a Labour party rally in
Chipperfield the 23-year-old princess, the
Queen's only daughter, was getting the
increase "for riding and falling off a horse
ri< nothing else."


That was a reference to Anne's passion for
riding and the fall she look in Kiev this
autumn defending her European equestrian
championship title.
Hamilton charged the Queen would
confer a title on Mark Philips Anne's
fiance -- 25-year-old son of a wealthy pork
sausage company chief, after the wedding.
"He'll be Lord Pork Sausage or
something." he declared.
The fiery Scottish legislator, a coal
miner's son, said the monarch was "a
mechanical dog saying what Ted Heath and
other prime ministers tell her."
Philip, he added, was "the smart Aleck of
the Royal Family."(AP).


PRINCESS ANNE
TFalling off'


Mariner blasts away


to Venus and


CAPE CANAVERAL -- The Mariner
10 spacecraft soared away from earth
early today on a five-month mission to
explore the planets Venus and Mercury.
It is the first manmade payload
intended to probe two planets and
the first built to explore Mercury, smallest
planet in the solar system.
A 13-storey-tall Atlas-Centaur rocket
flashed brightly in the sky as it thrust the
$98 million space vehicle away from Cape
Canaveral.
"The early portion of the flight looks
very smooth, "Mission Control reported
as the big rocket darted out over the
Atlantic.
If all goes well, Mariner 10 will pass


within 3,300 miles of Venus n
and use that planet's gravitatio
guide it to within 625 miles o
on March 25.
In the 1,108-pound payloa
television cameras that should
glimpse Venus' surface through
the thick cloud cover surrou
planet.
Photographs also will be
Mercury to determine characi
its surface, which many ex
might resemble the moon's.
Earlier, U.S. and Russian
have probed Venus, but n
cameras.
Other Mariner 10 instrur


Mercury

ext Feb. 5 measure radiation, atmospheric
nal field to composition, temperatures and magnetic
of Mercury fields of the planets,
Scientists do not believe there is any
d are two life form on either planet because of
be able to extremely high temperatures.
gh holes in Mariner 10 joins six other manmade
ending the probes now en route to other planets.
They are America's Pioneer 10, which
taken of is to fly past Jupiter on Dec. 3, and
teristics of Pioneer 11, scheduled to inspect that
experts feel planet a year later.
Russia has four probes Mars 4, 5, 6,
spacecraft and 7 on the way to the red planet to
ever with conduct extensive exploration, including
attempted landings of at least two of the
nents will vehicles (AP).


Mutiny on

the Grace
LONDON Ten stowaways
with knives mutinied aboard a
Cypriot freighter today and
wounded the captain, officials
said.
The condition of the master,
Capt. M.P. Bossinis, was not
serious.
A Royal Navy frigate put 40
policemen aboard the
Sovereign Grace at the mouth
of the Humber river after the
7,768-ton freighter radioed"
"Revolt is rife aboard." Seven
men were arrested.
The stowaways were
believed to have boarded the
ship in Dakar, Senegal. The
freighter was en route to
Grimsby from Lourenco
Marques, Mozambique.


Post strike

WASHINGTON A work
stoppage by union printers
kept the Washington Post from
publishing this morning's
editions and threatened the
publication of parts of
tomorrow's editions, a Post
spokesman said. The protest is
over the firing of a union
member. (AP).


freighter's cargo was.
The Boeing 707 is powered
by four jet engines and can
carry a cargo of up to 47 tons.
The craft is more than 150
feet long and has a wing span
of 145 feet.

Grand Hotel

LAS VEGAS -
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,
onetime master of the costly
film spectacular, plans another
lavish world premier here in
December, its 2,100-room
MGM Grand Hotel, billed as
the world's largest resort hotel.
It opens on December 5.


BOSTON A Pan American
Airlines 707 cargo plane with
three people aboard crashed
and burst into flames today
while approaching Logan
international airport. There
was no immediate word on
injuries.
A spokesman for Pan Am
said in New York that the
plane was diverted to Logan
after the crew asked for
emergency procedures.
He said the crew did not
indicate the nature of the
emergency.
Airport officials said the
plane was making an approach
to runway 27 in clear visibility.
when the crash occurred.


The Pan Am spokesman said
the aircraft had "disintegrated"
and that debris was scattered
on the runway.
Last July 31, a Delta Airline
DC9 crashed on an approach to
another runway in heavy fog
and exploded, killing 88
people. One person survived.
The crewmen were
identified only as Capt. J.
Zammett, G. Ritter, the first
officer, and D. Melvin,
engineer. Operations were
shut down at Logan, the Pan
Am spokesman said.
The plane left New York at
8:05 a.m. est, bound for
London. It was not known
immediately what the


Kissinger meets Arabs


WASHINGTON In a ended shortly after midnight.
flurry of diplomatic activity,
Secretary of State Henry Ismail came to the capital
Kissinger has met with Arab from the Syrian U. N. mission
leaders and with Israeli Prime in New York for the first
Minister Golda Meir on a high-level U.S. Syrian contact
possible Middle East in a year. The two governments
settlement, have not had diplomatic
Officials declined to say if relations since the 1967
any progress had been made in Mideast war.
the meetings yesterday with Ismail described the
Syrian Deputy Foreign one-hour session as "useful".
Minister Mohamed Zakaria "It was an initiative on the
Ismail, Egyptian F o r e i g n American side," he said.
Minister Ismail Fahmy and State Department
Mrs. Meir. spokesman Robert McCloskey
Kissinger's two-and-one-half would not comment on the
hour meeting with Mrs. Meir substance of the Kissinger

Emergency bid to


save U.S. fuel


NEW YORK Increasingly
wintry weather and
developments in the
international oil situation are
prompting 'emergency' efforts
to conserve fuel in the United
States.
Canada complicated the U.S.
oil problem yesterday by
increasing its tax on crude oil
exports from 40 cents a barrel
to $1.90 a barrel.
Bearing the brunt of the tax
hike will be the Canadian
border areas of the midwest
and far west, which consume
the bulk of the one million
gallons of Canadian oil used
daily in the U.S.
The effect of the ban on oil
shipments to the United States
imposed by nine Arab nations
is worse than first thought,
federal officials said, as they
promised to use immediately
an emergency plan to combat
fuel shortages.
"The crisis is much worse
than all of us anticipated a
week ago." said chairman
Henry Jackson of the Senate
Interior Committee.
He added that he had
reached agreement with White
House energy adviser John
Love on a decision to
implement the emergency plan
after he found the Arab
cutback on oil shipments
would result in a daily loss of
3.3 million barrels of oil, not
1.2 million barrels as originally
estimated.


On Monday, foreign
ministers representing the nine
European Common Market
countries open two-day
discussions on the situation that
will include scrutiny of the
Arab's cutoff of oil to the
Netherlands, a Market member.
The Arabs have accused the
Dutch of coupling a
friendliness for the Israelis with
a decision to serve as transfer
point for Israel-bound U.S.
arms shipments.
West Germany and
other European oil consumers
rely heavily on a pipeline that
uses Rotterdam as a terminal.
The first in an expected
series of cutbacks in crude oil
shipments to Japan was
announced by Shell
International of Britain. Shell
announced a 10 per cent
reduction in deliveries and a 17
per cent price hike on oil
destined for Japan, which
receives 80 per cent of its oil
from the Middle East.
In the United States, the
Senate Commerce committee
approved a bill yesterday
requiring manufacturers to
indicate estimated operating
costs of heating and cooking
appliances on labels.
Vermont started planning
the use of voluntary daylight
saving time that would provide
an extra hour of daylight in the
evening and one less hour of
peak heating-fuel
consumption.(AP)


meetings. "There is an
intensive round of diplomatic
discussions under way and I
can't say anything more," he
said.,
Kissinger also briefed
ambassadors of North Atlantic
Treaty organisation countries
on the Middle East crisis. (AP)


-U


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LONDON The U.S. Navy
can no longer count on
complete superiority over the
Soviet navy but would still
probably have the advantage as
an intervention force, such as
in the Middle East, the editor
of Jane's Fighting Ships said
today.
"In a confrontation
situation, the U.S. Navy has
the edge," Capt John Moore
said in an interview.
He said this was because the
U.S. aircraft carriers
particularly the nuclear
propelled ones, are
pre-eminent. "No other Navy
in the world can match them at
the moment and no other Navy
is ever likely to match them,"
Moore said.
But he cautioned that the
Soviet Navy holds the
advantage over the United
States in a number of
important fields. The Russians
have the largest submarine
fleet, and they have the most
modern Navy afloat more ships
less than ten years old than
anyone else.
It is possible, Morre said, to
conceive of situations where
the Soviet Navy would have
the edge, for example placing
its ships in an area first either
through earlier intelligence
readings or because the
Russians were manufacturing a
local crisis.
On balance, there is no way
to tell which Navy is the
stronger overall," Moore said.
"You are not comparing like
with like," he explained.
"Strong points in one navy are
lacking in the other and
vice-versa."
This was not always true.
Moore thinks that ships and
weapons systems introduced
by the Soviets, particularly
since 1967, have made the
difference. Before that the U.S.
Navy was seen as superior over
all. Since then the question has
been less clear
The massive book he edits is
the most authoritative
catalogue of relative naval
strength around the world.
Moore thinks the next five
years are likely to be decisive
in determining which way
naval superiority goes, possibly


with China, Japan and the West
European allies joining the
United Statees and the
Russians as formidable' sea
powers.
The next two to hree years,
he says, could be crucial in
determining whether the Soviet
Navy can overcome severe
training and manpower
problems on increasingly
complex ships.
Moore says the United
States has the advantage today
to varying degrees over the
Soviet Navy in these fields:
aircraft carriers, air cover,
amphibious forces, submarine
detection, replenishment at
sea, facilities, nuclear surface
ships, and training facilities.
He gives the Soviets the edge
in submarine forces including
nuclear subs, in light naval
forces where only the Chinese
are serious rivals and
intelligence since the Pueblo
incident cut back activity of
U.S. spy ships, in
oc-anography and research,
and in ship-building and design.

Elvis is home
MEMPHIS Entertainer
Elvis Presley has checked out
of Baptist Hospital after a
"complete recovery" from
recurrent pneumonia, his
doctor says.
Presley, 38, was "so eager to
get back home that I decided
to discharge him last night and
avoid the crowds," said Dr.
George Nichopoulos.


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Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Maser
LEON E. H. DUPUCH.PubUe aEdtirr 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E.. K.C.S.G.. D.Ltt., LL.D.
PublWer d fror 1917-1972
Contibutfa Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Se., B.A., LL.B.,
.. .- PublIsher/Editor 1972.

EDITORIAL


Sweet memories

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
BOSTON, October 17 When I spoke with my daughter, Mrs.
Eileen Carron, on the phone from Coral Gables last week she told
me that Bill Richardson had died.
I asked her when the funeral would take place and she told me
Saturday. I then knew that I would be unable to come to Nassau
for the funeral as I was leaving for this city on Sunday morning to
attend a conference of the Inter American Press Associtlon. And
so I instructed her to send a wreath.
From time to time I write in this column about friends I might
not ordinarily be expected to know.
When I was.a child in Nassau my newspaper delivery routes
took me to many areas in this island. I also attended the Boys
Central School, a government public school. In this way I made
many friends I never forgot. Although my career took me
on a course that would ordinarily be expected to separate me
from these people, I never allowed this to happen to me. These
people were my boyhood friends and so no gap could come
between me and these early contacts in my life.
Bill Richardson and I were in the same class at the B.C.S. He
had an older brother, who was also my friend. He died early in
life.
There was still a further link between Bill and me. Asa child I
developed a great respect for his father. I respected him because
he was a man who was trusted by his employer. This was a stamp
of human excellence that was prized by young people of my
generation.
I got to know Bill's father during a period when The Tribune
office was located in an old building on the corner of Shirley and
Charlotte Streets. He was a tall man handsome with stooped
shoulders. He was a quiet man and he spoke with a soft voice.
At that time and for all his life he was the head baker at
Kelly's Bakery which was then located on Shirley Street, almost
opposite The Tribune.
Kelly's Bakery has always had an enviable reputation for its
pound cake. This cake had a special quality all its own the
recipe for it was a secret of the Kelly family .. a secret shared
only within Mr. Richardson. This fact made him a man of
outstanding character.

There is one thing I must mention here now. I said Mr.
Richardson was a tall man with stooped shoulders. This is
probably correct because Bill was above average height. But in
later years I found that my childhood measure of people and
places was very often wrong.
I discovered that my childhood mind often made people tall
because they were people of character ... and so they showed up
tall in my estimation. Later in life they continued to stand tall in
my opinion but physically they shrunk to their correct size in my
more mature eyesight.
This mistake in measurement was particularly true in the case
of places. Yards that I played in as a child and considered
extensive to my tiny legs became small when I visited them later
in life.

Anyway, we will say that the old man Richardson was tall.
This is how I remember him today.
As time passed ... and Bill and I grew up ... we didn't see each
other often because our work took us in different directions. But
it was a happy occasion for both of us whenever we did meet.
And then a few years ago... I hadn't seem him for such a long
time I asked Cyril Richardson about him and he told me he was
very ill. Cancer.
1 looked Bill up and found his house in Hospital Lane near the
Woodcock School another name I remembered from childhood
- where he lived alone.
At that time I attended Mass at St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral.
This had been my church ever since I became a Catholic a half
century ago. I left Xavier's and went to Holy Family on Robinson
Road under the pastorate of Fr. Marcian, O.S.B., my schoolmate
at St. John's University in Minnesota, when Father Charles
Coakley started exercising what I considered an unhealthy
influence on this parish. Not surprisingly, he left the Priesthood
some time later.
The P.L.P. spirit ... a movement with which Charles Coakley
had become actively identified .. had infected the minds of
many of the children at this church, so much that a group was
rude and hostile to me one day when I sat in my car in the
grounds of the church. I then decided that this atmosphere was
no longer acceptable to me and so I changed to Holy Family
where I found the people all friendly.

After I found Bill Richardson's house I used to go and visit
with him every Sunday morning after the 11 o'clock mass and
stay with him until lunch time.
I talked so much at home about my friend Bill that my
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Carron, expressed a
desire to meet him. And so, one Sunday after Mass, I took them


with me to see Bill.
This time he was not alone. His son, whom I knew and had
always found friendly, was with him. There was also a third
person a young boy.
The boy was obviously hostile. He didn't say anything but
hostility was stamped all over his manners and the Carrons and I
got the impression that Bill and his son were uncomfortable,
probably because of the obvious attitude of the youth.
At that time P.L.P. propaganda had made the sight of a pale
face poison in many parts of the island. This feeling was
widespread but it was shown clearly in the faces and behaviour of
young people. Certainly the children in the yard of Xavier's
Cathedral wef infected .i also was this youth at Alits house.
It was then that I decided that perhaps I wasn't dotgtBll any
good by going to his house in that neighbourhood, especially in
view of the fact that he was.a sick man and living alone.
And so I stayed away but I continued to enquire about how he
was getting along. It is really amazing how long he lived....he had
cancer for years...and to I was not surprised when my daughter
told me he had died.
l.**..s.**


with blindness most of their lives.
Bos is further remarkable for the fact that, although blind, he
conducts a private school to which students flock because he is an
excellent tutor. He has a vast range of knowledge stored away in
his head. Now that I am no longer in Nassau Bos phones my wife
once a week to check up on my activities and for a general
chit-chat.
Although blind Sam manages to get around. He knows the
island well enough to be able to navigate his course with a
walking stick. His work for charity was recognized in 1953 by
Pope Pius XII when he was created a Knight Commander of the
Ancient Order of St. Gregory the Great.
Old man Bowen...l refer to him as old because, although I am
an old man, he is older still... and I have a standing joke.
Whenever we meet these days it is at a funeral of some Old Timer
in a churchyard. He takes these opportunities to put me in my
place as his junior. He reminds me of details I had omitted in my
reminiscences in this column from time to time of easily life in the
Bahamas...and we speculate which of us is going to walk behind
the other in the last mile on earth.
This old man thinks he will walk behind me. But I'm sure he is
wrong. I have made up my mind that I'm going to walk behind
him. That's a bet.
Come to think of it, I haven't seen or heard from Lonzo Taylor
for a long time. The last time I saw him I accused him of being
the mysterious Old Timer from Over-the-Hill who has been
writing me encouraging notes from time to time always on my
birthday and at Christmas but who has refused to reveal his
identity. He said no ... he wasn't Old Timer.
Anyway Lonzo, if you are still around, let me hear from you.
And, if you are not. I hopeyou are reserving a little spot for me
Up Yonder, beyond the Pearly Gates. That is, of course, if you
"madeit".
******
You know something...somehow I suspect that Bill Richardson
was Old Timer because in one of his notes a couple of years ago
he mentioned that he was ill... and that this might be his last
message.
Anyway, I will soon know because, if it was Bill, the messages
will now stop.
*********4
It is really wonderful, you know, to be able to look back over
the years and measure time by the people you have liked. The
others really don't matter.
*********
Talking about not knowing what to do under conditions that
exist in Nassau today ...I will tell you another story to illustrate
the fact that the P.L.P. government has turned the once gentle
and lovable Bahamian people into a frightened society.
Some years ago I began receiving letters from a man who
signed his name as F. N. Russell. He was a confirmed P.L.P., one
of the charter members of the movement, a man who had helped
to draft the party's platform.
These letters were well written and a feeling of deep honesty
and sincerity was shown in every line. However much I may
disagree with a man's views. I respect a man who has firm
convictions and who is not afraid to express them, come hell or
high water. This was a time when the U.B.P. was in power.
I wanted to meet this man and so I invited him in this column
to come and see me. He came. We continued to work for
opposing sides but we respected each other's right to differ and
we became firm friends.
The time came...after the P.L.P. gained power and began to
victimize even their own people who refused to fall in line...with
their racism...Mr. Russell had second thoughts. And, as I would
expect from such a crusading warrior, he said so bluntly in a
letter to The Tribune He wrote several letters criticising the
excesses of the Government...and then he suddenly fell silent.
When I had not heard from him for a long time I made
enquiries and found out that he was ill. I knew he had not been
well because some time earlier I had helped him to see a specialist
in Miami. I got directions and found his house way down at the
far end of Over-the-Hill. I still know where to find it but I can't
tell you the street it is on. We had a pleasant visit and I realized
then that he lived in a bitterly hostile area. I immediately
understood why he had stopped writing. He was a sick man and
could no longer stand the pressure of his surroundings.
And then ... a long time later ... I received a letter from this old
warrior for publication in The Tribune. In thisletter he offered an
abject apology to Mr. Pindling and Mr. Hanna for having strayed
from the fold.
Publishing that letter was one of the hardest things I have ever
done in my life. It was painful to see a courageous man's spirit
crushed by a ruthless society that he had helped to create.
I decided to go and see him. I wanted to tell him I understood
and that I was still his friend. But I finally decided not to go
because my presence in his neighbourhood might be an
embarrassment to him. I haven't heard from him since. I hope
that he is still alive so that he may receice this message of
continued goodwill by long range.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: A man is never too old to learn. It
is this fact that makes it impossible even for time to dull the edge
of discovery.
Last night members of the IAPA were guests for dinner at the
Tennis and Racquet Club of The Boston Globe and The Pan
American Society of New England.
The club house is a solid four-storey building a few blocks
from the Sheraton-Boston Hotel where the IAPA is holding its
meetings.
Before dinner we were taken to see games of tennis and
racquets that were in progress in the building.
It was there we were to see a game that was new to all of us. It
is called Court .Tennis as distinct from Lawn Tennis, the game we
all know.
In a pamphlet describing the game it is stated that "Lawn
Tennis is a derivative of Court Tennis, but a simpler game,
developed in relatively recent times".


I was later to learn that the more common name for this game
is Royal Tennis, popular in royal circles 700 )ears ago.
When I saw the men playing I kept quiet. I didn't want to
appear ignorant of an activity that I thought might be
commonplace in America, but I soon found out that none of the
Editors and Publishers in the group had ever seen or even heard of
this game before. And so it must be very rare today.
Don't ask me to describe it. The same raquets and balls are
used ... the net is higher ... but it is a much faster and rougher
game.
Thisiss understandable when it is recalled that this game dates
back to a period when even kings and queens were not expected
to be able to read or write...during a period in the human storN
when a man's most valued possessions were muscle and courage.

I learned something else last night. On the dinner menu was
Schrod, a fish that I was told is peculiar to the Boston area I had
never heard of it.
If you are in the Boston area at any time....and if )ou like
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Every year the B.C.S. roll of friends grows smaller. As far as I sisn....oraer scnroa. Its goou......reaiiy trsi class.
know, there are only four living today beside me. They are *** **
Bosfleld and Sam Johnson, Irvin Bowen, father of Principal A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Matron Hilda Bowen at the Princem Margart Hospital, and Sweet memories,wafted by thy fote gale.
Alonzo Taylor wo when I sawh tIi w #wyes D, wa thlQa oft up fItide. Itmn y al


Equality
IT IS FVI R so easy for
everybody to ggie lip-service to
the principles of democracy.
like freedom. Iusrtce, equality
But when the ,.hips are down
and society a- 'hallenged to
measure its laws and attitudes
against these principles then
there is much hemming and
hawing. It becomes obvious the
alarming extent to which
society is attached to its
oppressiveness and prejudices.
It may be that the civilizing
process has been too fast for
man leaving become citified
by the pressure of rapid
technological advance he is
able to appre.i ate the ideals
upon which his new order of
existence a-, hisud What he
finds so difficult to do is to
elevate his will to the level of
his intellect. He still feels a
nostalgia for the jungle.
The same society which
grandly proclaims that all men
are created equal, that same
society persecutes its
minorities, segregates its school
children and even uses the
church aisle as a dividing line
for the races. When those who
are oppressed demand that the
difference between the
principle and the practice be
eliminated, or even minimized,
society goes into tantrums.
When the women of the
world demand that their role in
society should be re-examined
in the light of its avowed
principles it is not surprising
that even at this late date there
could be serious and
uncompromising resistance.
NO EXCEPTION
In every movement for the
accomplishment of worthwhile
causes, there is always the
lunatic fringe. The Women's
Liberation Movement is no
exception. Some of the leaders
seem not to be as concerned
about real injustices as they
seem frustrated, by the blessed
physiological and psychological
differences with which the
Creator has endowed them.
Unfortunately, the lunatic
fringe sometimes comes
through louder than the
intelligent leadership.
What that intelligent
leadership seems to be saying is


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children females and males
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cases of real tragedy where the
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and the first-born male inherits
the entire estate. The rest of
the family is at his mercy. A
loyal and devoted daughter, for
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to wash and feed an ailing and
aging father, could find herself
totally without claim to her
parent's worldly possessions.
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that.
X The law should be changed
so that all the children male
and female can share equally
in the estate of the father if he
U I I should die without a will. It is
in areas like these that the
..... ....' Government should move
boldly to make changes so that
o barriers placed in her way they apparently have an easier our lip-service to liberalism will
ust because she is a woman, way to achieve that be more than a hypocritical
STRONGER self-containment which is truly veneer and so that we will be
For a long time women, a thing of greater value and able to boast with justification
particularly in this society, which is so elusive to the male, that we are on the road to
ave been carrying the greatest perhaps they will contribute building a truly progressive
burden without the glory and much in those endeavours- democracy.
he glitter that men have which have hitherto been the DIFFICULT'ES
enjoyed in their pursuits and exclusive preserves of men. Now even in the fighting of
his has been so precisely Golda Meir of Israel and wrongs and in the dispensation
because women are Indira Ghandi of India are of justice and estabhthment of
psychologically stronger than outstanding international equality, there will be
nen. The men could not have examples to show that women difficulties. It will be said by
one it if it was the other way are not the weak things some some that it is not all that easy
round, men foolishly believe them to and there is some truth in that.


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Clarifies date on Royal Bank pict


EDITOR, The Tribune,
I would like to suggest that
the photograph of the interior
of the Royal Bank of Canada,
Main Branch, reproduced in
the "Special Supplement" over
the caption "Back in 1931",
was taken much earlier. I
joined the staff of the 'Royal'
in 1929, and not many months
after, either late 1929 or early
1930, Sir George Gamblin was
forced to retire due to ill
health. He died on October 2,
1930 several months after his
60th birthday.
In the photograph referred
to above, said to be taken in
1931, Sir George
appears-extreme right-and. I
think, Mr. Stafford Sands Sr. is
pictured on the extreme left.
So that the date 1931 appears
to be incorrect.
The floral arrangements,
including two palms in the
background, suggest that this
photograph might have been
taken at the completion and
opening of the present Main
Branch, probably around 1818
or 1919. Construction on this
site was started in 1917.
I think the 'Helpful Bank'
has every right to feel proud of
its record in the field of
finance since it first opened its
doors in 1908.
Before 1835 no banking


Rannie Pinder
Funeral Director & Embalmer
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Scotiahank's Cable Beach


VICTOR S. EINARSON,
manager of the Bank of
Nova Scotia, today
announced the appointment
of Mr. Genius Wells
(pictured) as manager of the
bank's Cable Beach branch.
Mr. Wells replaces Mr.
Wesley Grout who has
returned to Canada.


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In making this announcement,
Mr. Einarson said it was one
more step in the Scotia
Bank's programme to staff
branches at management
level with Bahamians. "It
takes a considerable amount
of time to train and develop
a banker to a position of
branch manager," Mr.
Einarson pointed out. "In
the case of Mr. Wells, his
training period commenced
on his employment with us
in 1965 and, in addition to
on-the-job training, Mr.
Wells attended our Training
Centre in Toronto."
"Mr. Wells appointment," Mr. He joined the Bar
Einarson added, "is the Scotia in 1965 as
second time this year that a utility clerk and
Bahamian has been chosen moved steadily
to replace a Canadian as through a
manager in The Bank of accountant, assi
maNova Scotia. officer, accounts
Nova Scotia. Wulff Road
Mr. Wells was born at Sandy manager, Geoa
Point, Abaco, in 1947. He Branch to mana
received his early education Beach Branch.
at the Sandy Point Public Mr. Wells is marr
School and moved on to former Edna Ms
Southern Senior Schooi in and they ha
Nassau, and then to the C. children, Caroline
R. Walker Technical College. and Nicola, nine r

TO THE POINT


From Page 3
Some of the problems will be
fairly serious and some will be
no more than amusifig.
For instance, if
discrimination on the grounds
of sex as well as race is
outlawed it is not
inconceivable that some clever
lawyer will argue on behalf of a
fanatical women's libber that
his client's civil rights were
violated when she was refused
admission to the men's room in
a public establishment. Such a
situation will not pose a
problem in certain parts of
Moo


Terrence Lightbourne
Funeral Dirqctor & Embalmer
Graduate Miami Dade College
of Mortuary Science
DAY & NIGHT
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must be called upon from time
to time to perform whether
they want to or not, like
service on the jury or in the
armed forces.
Hopefully, we will never
have conscription in the
Bahamas but if ever there
should be a sufficient threat to
warrant it then it could be
argued that total equality
should apply and that women
should be subject to the draft
as well as men. If the women
are exempted by law then the
men could argue that they are
being discriminated against and
perhaps there will be a brand
new movement ... for men's
liberation.
Nevertheless, our society
should not merely shrug its
shoulders and dismiss as
mischievous the legitimate
demands of women for
equality. The Government and
the whole society should seek
to identify those areas in which
women are presently
disadvantaged and should act
to extend equality to the
women without delay.l
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Saturday, November 3, 1973

ST. JOSEPH'S --40 YEARS OLD
THE 40th ANNIVERSARY of the ground-breaking for St.
Joseph's Church, Boyd Road, will be celebrated Tuesday at 7
p.m. with a high mass of Thanksgiving In the church. This will
also mark the start of St. Joseph's "Jubilee Year" which will run
from November 1973 to November 1974. His Lordship the Most
Reverend Paul Leonard Hagarty, O.S.B., will be the principal
celebrant and speaker for Tuesday's Mass.
The actual date of the first ground-breaking historically was
November 13, 1933. It is being celebrated one week earlier so
that His Lordship Bishop Hagarty might be present for it.
Former parishioners and friends of St. Joseph's are being
invited to join the church congregation in celebrating the
memorable beginning of a new Catholic church in the Bahamas.


REMOVAL NOTICE

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CUSTOMS BROKERS & SHIPPING AGENTS

Have MOVED their OFFICES to their Premises
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Shirley St.

Theatre
NOW showing thru
Tuesday, "White Lightning"
matinees at 3:00 and 5:00
p.m. evening 8:30. Parental
discretion is advised.
As the year's hottest actor,.
Burt Reynolds is starred in a
new film that takes advantage
of his charismatic appeal. It is
"White Lightning" a swiftly
paced adventure drama about
the popular southern American
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dare-devil hot-rod driving.
While far removed from
Burt's kidding in spirit, the
film does present him in some
pretty provocative scenes with
his lovely co-star, Jennifer
Billingsley.
A Levy-Gardner-Laven
presentation for United Artists,
also starred are some
thoroughly convincing
southern types. They include
Ned Beatty, Bo Hopkins, Matt
Clark, Louise Lathan, Diane
Ladd and R. G. Armstrong.
"White Lightning" is the
story of a gutsy man who's
sworn revenge for the murder
cf his young brother.
Burt Reynolds is cast as an
expert auto driver, Gator
McKlusky, doing time in a
prison for running bootleg
whiskey.
For openers, Burt
doublecrosses his pal, Bo
Hopkins, by stealing his
girlfriend then he goes to join
the bootlegging gang.
He ends up trapping the
town's corrupt sheriff, played
by Ned Beatty and avenges his
brother's death.
Starts Wednesday, "The
Stone Killer" matinees at
3:00 and 5:00, evening 8:30
p.m. No one under 17
admitted.
Top action star Charles
Bronson resumes his favourite
role as a hired assassin in
"Stone Killer," as a
super-tough and dedicated
police officer which brings him
up to face the mob and takes
him on wild chases behind his
subjects.
"The Stone Killer" is based
on John Gardener's book "A
Complete State of Death" with
a screenplay written by Gerald
Wilson and casting supporting
actors Martin Balsam, David
Sheiner, Norman Fell, Ralph
Waite and Alfred Rvder.


Bronson is investigating a
Mafia plot which is handed
over to him following' two
murders he encounters after
being reassigned to Los
Angeles.
Head of the plot is Balsam
who ends up being pursued by
Bronson. A police chase and a

Wuiff Rd.
Saturday night 8:30 thru
Teusday, "The Harder They
Come" plus "Savage"
Sunday showings continuous
from 4:30 Monday and
Tuesday matinee continuous
from 1.45 evenings 8.30. No
one under 17 admitted.
The first feature ever made
by Jamaicans on their island
republic, this comedy-drama-
ganster film-musical features
the native rock music called
Reggae.
"The Harder They Come" is
the story of a criminal hero
Rhygin, who terrorised the city
of Kingston in the early 50's.
His early life centres around
his arrival in the city from the
country where he was living
with relatives. Placed under
ward of a preacher, he grows
up but later becomes involved
in the drug trade. He also
aspires to be a singer and writes
a song, The Harder They Come
which becomes a hit.
Taking the lead in "The
Harder They Come" is
Jamaican songster Jummy Cliff
as Rhygin. Also featured are
Janet Barkley, Carl Bradshaw,
Ras Daniel Hartman and
Bobby Charlton.
Screenplay in the film was
by Perry Henzell and Trevor D.
Rhone. It is produced in
colour.
Starts Wednesday, "Enter
The Dragon" plus "Come
Back Charleston Blue"
matinee continuous from
1:45, evening 8:30. Parental


garage shoot out are the
highlights of the movie.
"The Stone Killer" was the
first film to have been made
entirely in the U.S. by
producer-director Dino de
Laurentiis, the Columbia
release was shot in Los Angeles
and New York.

Theatre
discretion advised.
The first martial arts film
produced by a major
Hollywood film studio, Warner
Bros.' "Enter the Dragon" is
an adventure movie starring the
late Bruce Lee, John Saxon
and Lovely Ahna Capri.
The film is an exciting
adventure story about a trio of
secret agents who invade a
sinister island fortress and also
introduces karate great, Kim
Kelly.
"Enter the Dragon" was
produced in panavision and
technicolour by Fred
Weintraub ad Paul Heller. It
was directed by Robert Clouse
from a screenplay by Michael
Allin.
Filmed on location in Hong
Kong and California, it was
produced in association with
Raymond Chow of China's
Concorde Productions.


Savoy

Theatre

Saturday night thru
Friday, "Kung fu, The
Invisible Fist" plus "Hercules
in The Haunted World"
Sunday Thru Friday matinee
continuous from 2.15 evenings
8.30. Late features Tuesday
and Friday nights.


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Christopher Lee
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Sunday Continuous
from 4:45
Monday Continuous
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William Marshall
Pam Grier
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Chris Robinson
Alex Rocco


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this year provided the public
with a particularly attractive
gift for mailing to friends
overseas.
For $1.25, plus 10 cents
surface postage, residents can
purchase a 1974 calendar
illustrated with original colour
photographs of the Bahamas
taken by Miss Phyllis Aldridge,
Red Cross director of training.
Jankanoo, the harbour of
Nassau by night, the flamingo,
San Salvador. Acklinr the
marketplace, Paradise bridge
(pictured) are only some of the
scenes which illustrate each of
the months.
The calendars, printed on
hard paper, are compact
enough for any room in the
house. They are available from
wn.n'a IL Furs. Perfume Shop,
Beauiofnt Arcadc. Island
Shop, John bull, Linen Shop,
Toogoods Studio and during
November outside the Post
Office as well as from Red
Cross headquarters on
Dowdeswell Street.
A few Christmas cards are
also available at Red Cross
headquarters.
HOLY CROSS PARISH
RAFFLE WINNERS
THE WINNERS of lIol.
Cross Parish raffle held on
October 29 have been
announced.
They are: 1st prize Peter
Skinner ticket No. 1152,
second prize Angels Wilson,
ticket No. 5153; third prize
Lockhart, ticket No. 1862.
fourth prize Walter
Ferguson, ticket No. 6015:
fifth prize Shirley Smith,
ticket No. 6362; sixth prize -
Trevor Johnson, ticket No.
6789 and seventh prize M. T.
Smith, ticket No. 0741.
Winners can pick up their
prizes by calling the Rectory or
Pastor Roach at 32003.
CATHOLIC WOMEN'S MASS
CATHOLIC women and
parish guilds will attend the
first Sunday of the month mass
at St. Anselm's Church. Fox
Hill at 9.30 a.m. on Sunday.
All Catholic women are
expected to attend. A
reception will follow the mass.


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'Growthmania' worrier


sings little boy blues

By Abigail Van Buren
im iV cuesC Test -MN. Y. NeM SLd., Ie6.
DEAR ABBY: Someone signed "FATHER OF SIX
DAUGHTERS" wanted to know if there was a foolproof
way for him to get a son, and you replied, "Yes. Adopt!"
I can't resist sending you this. We received it following
the birth of a son-after having had four girls:



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.


A IDm


Dear Helen and Bill:
SO YOU FINALLY HAD A BOY?
The only thing you can be congratulated
perseverance.
You can't be congratulated on your moral
ishness. Adding three "extra" children to a
reeling under its population load can't be
moral or unselfish.
You can't be congratulated on your fertile
any clam, chicken, or small furry animal cal
that.
You can't be congratulated on your fine f
family is one which sets an example, and y
may kill us all in a few generations.
You can't even be congratulated on being
five children, because you're not paying for t
provide their food and clothing and shelter, bi
the world pays for their roads, schools, hospital

You can't be congratulated on being a pat
for if anything destroys the United States it
"growthmania" spiral thru which this count
gulps over 50 per cent of the world's resources.
You can't be congratulated for carrying c
name. Family names mean little unless people
and your kind of growth rate guarantees that
less and less.
Unless, of course, three of those children

In that case,
CONGRATULATIONS.


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mean much,
people mean

are adopted


Rick and Sue


DEAR ABBY: I am married to a man I love with all
my heart. He says he doesn't love me any more and wants
a divorce. We have three children. At first he said he had
it with married life and all he wanted' was to be free, then
after I begged and pleaded with him to reconsider, he
admitted that there was another woman.
i would get down on my hands and knees if I thought it
would do any good. I tried to tell him how much I loved
him. I even kissed him, but he stood there like a statue
with his hands in his pockets. Oh, Abby, I am desperate.
How can a woman get a man to love her again? The
divorce is coming up soon in court. No fault. No chance.
Help me. I don't want to live without him.
ALONE AND CRYING
DEAR ALONE: You aren't alone. You have three chil-
dren, which are three good reasons for living.
Since there is another woman In the picture, your
chances for making him "love you" again are zilch. Fur-
thermore, there is nothing less appealing to a man than a
begging, prideless woman. So dry your tears, square your
shoulders, and chin up. Concentrate on making a new life
for yourself. Sometimes good luck comes disguised as dis-


aster.


For Abby's booklet, "Hfow to Have a Lovely Weddlag,"'
send $1 to Abigail Van Barea, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverlyills,
Cal. N212.


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:12467 C12446
NOTICE is hereby given that NOTICE
3ILLIAN BARBARA CANT THOMA
3f Ridley Head, North HALL of
Eleuthera is applying to the Nassau, B
M minister responsible for the Min
Nationality and Citizenship, Nationali
or registration as a citizen of for regist
The Bahamas, and that any The Bahi
person who knows any reason person w
vhy registration should not be why regi:
granted should send a written granted
3nd signed statement of the facts and sign
within twenty-eight days from facts wit
:he 3rd day of November 1973 from the
:o The Minister responsible for 1973
Nationality and Citizenship, P. responsible
O. Box N7147, Nassau. Citizensh
______________ Nassau.
C12468
NOTICE is hereby given that C12447
FREDERICK EDWARD NOTICE
VAUDREY CANT of Ridley ROSS B
Head North Eleuthera is Heights
applying to the Minister Nassau
responsible for Nationality and Ministei
Citizenship, for registration National
as a citizen of The Bahamas, for regis
and that any person .ho The Ba
knows any reason why person
registration should not be why reg
granted should send a written granted
and signed statement of the and sig
facts within twenty-eight days facts wi
from the 3rd day of Nov. 1973 from the
to The Minister responsible for to The I
Nationality and Citizenship, P. National
0. Box N7147, Nassau. 0. Box I
C12455
C12459 NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CLAREI
CARCRE MAGNOLIA McCollo
MISSICK of Eight Mile Rock- applying
Grand Bahama is applying to responsible
the Minister responsible for Citizensi
Nationality and Citizenship, a citizen
for registration as a citizen of that an
The Bahamas, and that any any rea
person who knows any reason should i
why registration should not be send a
granted should send a written statemer
and signed statement of the twenty-.
facts within twenty-eight days day of
from the 3rd day of Nov. 1973 Ministel
to The Minister responsible for National
Nationality and Citizenship, 0. Box I
PO. Box N7147, Nassau.
C 12450
C12458 THIS IS
NOTICE is hereby given that hat the
ELISHA ALEXANDER that the
MISSICK of Eight Mile Rock- Secret
Grand Bahama is applying to (Bahama
the Minister responsible for Bahama
Nationality and Citizenship, ASSOC
for registration as a citizen of with T
The Bahamas, and that any Associat
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written B
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days C12048
from the 3rd day of Nov. 1973
to The Minister responsible for i
Nationality and Citizenship, P. W
0. Box N7147, Nassau.
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C12460 Fran
NOTICE is hereby given that
GRETEL MAY HARVEY of B
Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama is applying to the C12358
Minister responsible for C 12358
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of 2 BED
The Bahamas, and that any furnished
person who knows any reason carpetir
why registration should not be Terrace
granted should send a written Imperia
and signed statement of the $5500
facts within twenty-eight days 42463 a
from the 3rd day of Novmeber
1973, to The Minister C12464
responsible for Nationality and WE ST12464
Citizenship, P.O. Box N7147, bedroom
_Nassau. furnished
to wall
C12449 landscai
NOTICE is hereby in with
given that PATRICK STUART two Io
MOSES of Claridge Road, appoint
Nassau is applying to the 54684.
M i n sister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, C12420
for registration as a citizen of WOODI
The Bahamas, and that any baths
person who knows any reason $38,00<
why registration should not be BUEN
granted should send a written 2 baths
and signed statement of the furnish
facts within twenty-eight days Walking
from the 3rd day of November RIDGE
1973 to The Minister baths,f
responsible for Nationality and bedroom
Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, with po
Nassau. by appc
--------------WATEF
C12350 3 bedrc
NOTICE is hereby given that 2 car ga
VICTORIA LOUISE OUT
HENDFIELD of Second Street Houses
The Grove, P. O. Box 682, up.
Nassau, Bahamas is applying to HILLT
the Minister responsible for -2
Nationality and Citizenship, $75M,00
for registration as a citizen of CAMP
The Bahamas, and that any from $
person who knows any reason IMAGI
why registration should not be 4. bath,


granted should send a written views,
and signed statement of the s ki li
facts within twenty-eight days $125,0
from the 29th day of October, BLAIR
1973, to The Minister spacioL
responsible for Nationality and Asking
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, WEST%
Nassau. Cable
Sandy
baths,
C12452 $49,00
NOTICE is hereby given that DIAL
SAMU EL MAZUEL evening
HENFIELD of Grant Street,
Fox Hill, New Providence, I C12
Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any For
person who knows any reason Fon
why registration should not be Con
granted should send a written Co.
and signed statement of the Box
facts within twenty-eight days 2-45
from the 3rd day of November
1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. 0. Box N7147, Al
Nassau.


I


-I--i-


is hereby given that
kS WELLINGTON
f Golden Gates No. 2,
Bahamas is applying to
ister responsible for
ty and Citizenship,
ration as a citizen of
lamas, and that any
Pho knows any reason
station should not be
should send a written
ed statement of the
hin twenty-eight days
3rd day of November
to The Minister
ble for Nationality and
lip, P. 0. Box N7147;


E is hereby given thaf
BOYD LEWIS of Coral
West, Coral Harbour,
is applying to the
r responsible for
lity and Citizenship,
itration as a citizen of
hamas, and that any
who knows any reason
istration should not be
should send a written
ned statement of the
thin twenty-eight days
e 3rd day of Nov.1973
Minister responsible for
lity and Citizenship, P.
N7147, Nassau.

E is hereby given that
NCE T. JOLLY JR. of
ugh Corner East is
g to the Minister
ble for Nationality and
hip, for registration as
Sof The Bahamas, and
y person who knows
ason why registration
not be granted should
written and signed
it of the facts within
eight days from the 3rd
Nov. 1973 to The
r responsible for
lity and Citizenship, P.
N7147, Nassau.


S to advise the public
name of The National
aries Association
as Affiliate) of Nassau,
s, has been changed to
OAS SECRETARIES
IATION, Affiliated
he National Secretaries
tion (International).


IEAL ESTATE !


BUY A LOT
n EASTWOOD or
INTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Carey
it 27667 or 24815
k Carey Real Estate
Box N4764
ay & Deveaux Sts.

FOR SALE
BY OWNER
)ROOM HOUSE fully
ed, wall to wall
ig, large patio, Johnson
$30,000. ALSO lot
I Park 80 x 100 only
00. Phone 51905 days
after 6 p.m.


ERN GROVE 4
n 2 bath house, fully
*d, airconditioned, wall
carpeting, beautifully
ped, completely walled
bearing fruit trees on
)ts. Can be seen by
ment. $85,000. Phone


LAND-3 bedrooms 2
furnished, only
0.00.
RETIRO 3 bedrooms
, plus garage Apartment
*d ONLY $47,500.00.
I distance to town.
WAY 3 bedrooms, 3
furnished, also 4
ms 3 baths, furnished
0ol and water rights. See
ointment.
FRONT OUT EAST -
Doms 3 baths, furnished,
rage, maids quarters.
EAST on waterfront.
from $85,000.00 and

OP Gorgeous views
storey affair. Only
0.00 water rights.
ERDOWN houses
100,000.00 and up
NE house 5 bedrooms
s furnished. Gorgeous
ideal Scuba diving
ng, swimming.
00.00.
I house 3 bedrooms
is grounds with Air -
$50,000.00.
WARD VILLAS opp.
Beach with rights to
Beach 3 bedrooms 2
, furnished, only
D0.00.
DAMIANOS 22033
s 41197.


318

MOVING?

Expert Packing &
wardingby Sea or Air,
tact E. H. Mundy &
(Nassau) Ltd., P.O.
N-1893. Phone
11.



PPROV AW GO
RtIHTS


REAL ESTATE


C12321
HARBOR
elevate
Residen
93' x
before 8
C12438


)UR ISLAND desirable
d lot adjoining
cy ground 82' x 123' x
141'. Phone 31252
Sp.m.


C 12381
FURNI
airconc
enclose
per m
2-3843
C1232
FUR
AIRC
bedroom
effic
Teleph
C1231
COTTi
dailI
month
furnis
availab
swimm
'31297,

C1241
FURN
4 be
airconc
Park
2-8293


0
ISHED 2 bedroomrr
e, P a I m da Ie
litioned bedroom, yarc
ad, T.V antenna. $245
month. Call Mr. Curry
days 4-2080 nights


8
NISHED AND
:ONDITIONED 2
ims, 1 bedroom and
iency apartments.
one 5-8134.


6
AGES and apartments
y, weekly or
ly-aircondltioned, fully
hed, maid service
le. Lovely gardens and
ling pool. Telephone
,31093.

1
ISHED or unfurnished -
edrooms 2 bath,
ditioned house, Shirley
Avenue. Phone 3-4527,
3.


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 pjn.
C12322
WOLSEY HAL
TIE IfII1r CU1IuilpoiC oulM
Whatiewr he quallcaieion you want -
G.C.E. "0' and 'A lWis. a London
UnivnlDey p. Profeaiol Ex.
miti~or* or tine Iltudi Woby
Hall founded In MlS4glsmyou:
A luarante of tuition unlil you pa
your eaminailo *i noelitracou.
An outuanding rmord ofaust. For
mpe 77% or Woey Hall seudents
sitting for B.A. honours d eum hve
passedin theis 7 years.
Over 75y arnorxflperimnc arutinil
Ith molt entlt modern iMtwhl or
poMse Ilechns- by maifnRs AlMd.
e Pirsonl tuition so nue WYour ioee
requirements.
Low faspayableiby intalmean.
I you nt1 t knew heMw N
J5lpia trmfa I ujnWWi(al wews
Write trs Fre NPrsMeWI W:
v puD.V.B.I.


Saturday, November 3,1973





SECT


U FMURENT


_u


| isM&


museums were destroyed
during World War II, art
treasures remained Intact In
storage. This city boasts one
of this country's most
Important art museums.
This photo appeared on Oct.
13th.
Back issues of these dates are
available at The Tribune
offices in Nassau and
Freeport.
C12317

TRAVELLING?

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


APPROVEASSENEtM


5 II I.II__III


I


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a


a


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 2% bedrooms
bungalow with some furniture,
qnly $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.


FOR RENT
C12376
COMPLETELY furnished 1'
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, carpeted, T.V.
antenna, automatic washer and
dryer. $200. Phone 58512.
C 12359
One two-bedroom unfurnished
apartment on McKinney
Avenue, Stapledon Gardens.
See proprietor on premises.
$180 month.

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.

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.
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.


l


I
I


C12416
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT
In Palmdale Ideal for
reserved gentleman. ALSO
BACHELOR ROOM. Call
51044.

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.
C 12465
2 BEDROOM apartment on
top Winton Highway,
magnificent views, private
balconies. $325 per month
including utilities, beautifully
furnished. Call 21631 or 2.

CARS FOR SALE
C 12454
BARGAIN new 1200
DATSUN automatic
4-door,white. Licensed taxed.
$3200 ONO CASH. Call
31244

tC12405
1968 TOYOTA with radio.
Price $850. Phone 3-4099.

C12470
TRIUMPH 1300 1969 deluxe 4
door Saloon good runner $750.
Owner leaving. Phone Office
22678. Home 31357.

C12400
1969 RAMBLER,
airconditioned, power steering,
low mileage, one owner,
excellent condition. Call
between 9 and 5 3-6211,
.3-6646.
C12434

ISLAND MOTOR
COMPANY 1970 LTD.
USED CAR LIST

1947 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Auto White $1000

1970 HILLMAN HUNTER
-4 Dr. Auto White $850
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
- 2 Dr. Auto Green $1450
1969 FORD GALAXIES
- 4 Dr. A/C $1500
1970 CHEVELLE SS -
A/C 2 Dr. Re. $2600
1969 PLYMOUTH
SATELLITE $1300
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
S/W -Green $1595
1971 FORD PINTO
Brown, Vinyl Auto. $1995
1970 PONTIAC
LAURENTIAN
A/C Blue $1950
1971 VAUXHALL VICTOR
-4 Dr. Std., White $1295
1967 MERCURY COUGAR
Std. Green $900
1970 FIAT
4 Dr. Std. White $600
1969 VOLKSWAGON
Green $1250
1969 MORRIS 1100
4 Dr. Auto Blue $900

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


ANNOUNCEMENTS

CLUES TO

Whr Wrtbunt


TRAVEL PHOTO
CONTEST

PHOTO No. 18:- Much of
this country's land is below
sea level.
This photo appeared on Uct.
9th.
PHOTO No. 19:- Although
many of this county's











Saturday, Noveber 3. 1973


1-C1243
I My post office numu, ..
been dianged from N231 to E.
SS. 528:
t Mrs. W. H. Farrington.


/ IP- P TIITIES__


C12377
SMALL BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY Key
Management Consultants Ltd.
have 4 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.

IF ORSALE
"12387
WAR-HOUSE and adjoining
vacant commercial lot.
Best offer. Phone 22098 -
5-3581
C12421
Munroe Calculator $100.00
Table $50.00
5 Desis at $150.00
Computer Printout Storage
Rack.!
Call 2L7491-2-3 between 9 and
4:30. -
C12432
OFFICE FURNITURE, can be
viewed at DOCTOR POAD'S
OFFICE, COLLINS AVENUE.

C 12461
STOVE, T.V. Crib, Barbeque,
Lamps etc. Also more. Phone
32108.

C1243
BUNK BEDS. Phone 31750
daytime or 32023 evenings.

MARINE SUPPLIES-
C12315
PACEMAKER 44ft. Luxurious
CruisiAg Yacht. Phone 3-2371.
C12439
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD

ICHRIS CRAFT
CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES
27 foot Concorde Sedan in
except onal condition. Twin
225 1p. ChrysIerV^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. Mercruiser.
New ;top and covers new
uphol ery. Complete with
trailer. and at our dock.
$5500.00

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

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

We have children's snorkelling
sets, masks, fins, snorkel and
set of underwater photos, all in
a colourful package, for $7.50.
Note for glasses wearers. We
have a complete stock of lenses
so come in and be fitted for a
corrected mask. Complete
$20.oqo
All at Nassau's most complete
Dive Shop, the shop with the
dive flag, awning.

P. O. Box N1658
Tel 24869
C1244
50' IIATTHEWS in mint
condit pn. Must see inside to
fully ippreclate. Call 2-3911.
C1241
VERY FAST 16ft. speed boat.
Deep 'V' fibreglass hull. 85
H.P. Evinrude outboard.
Excellent condition. Trailer,
skis, life jackets etc. included.
$2250; Telephone I. Taylor
24830 days, 51969 nights.
C 1246)
14 OOT ENTERPRISE
centre late sailboat two suits
sails ood condition. Phone
office !2678. Home 31357 .
-1z189
1969 31ft. CHRIS CRAFT


Comm nder. Sleeps six, private
show, t~wo 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours,
kitcheett, good condition.
Call 242 7, 54011.
C 12370"
WHILI Fr LASTS 13ft. Whaler
comply t4 with engine and
trailer.1 2338.



C1232 i
COMPUIErE range of artists'
supplee. Ils, acrylics, canvas,
easels, i c. Bahamian Paint
Supply t d., Bay Strnt. Phone
2-2386 L 98.


I


-p--I


m
C12381
THE NASSAU AMATEUR
OPERATIC SOCIETY
will present


1-1


"The Sound of Music"
at the
DUNDAS CIVIC DENTRE
November 24th
December 1st
Curtain time: 8 p.m.
every performance
Box office will open at the
Maura Lumber Co. Bay Street
on November 17th. Telephone
2-4003.

KARATE SCHOOL
C 12479
THE BAHAMAS INSTITUTE
OF KARATE will resume
classes in the Out Island
Traders Building, opposite the
Family Guardian on Monday,
November 5th, 1973.

PUBLIC AUCTION
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.


I M MEMOIIAM
C12441















IN LOVING memory o rs.
Barbara Williams Whyms, who
departed this life '3rd Nov.
1969.!
Our blest Rediemer ere he
breathed
His tender last farewell
A guide a comforter
bequeathed
With us to dwell.
Left to mourn: Her husband
Leon, two sons Derek and
Adrian, one daughter Gloria,
one sister Agatha Williams and
father Hilton.


ICARDOF THANKS
C12456















TE FAMILY of the late
ESTELLA DEVEAUX wish
to thank their many friends
and relatives for their floral
tributes and kind expressions
of sympathy during their
recent bereavement, especially
Female Surgical Ward, Mt.
Carey Baptist Church,
Community Nursing Service
and District Nursing Staff.
THE FAMILY

I POSITION WANTED I
C12427
WE HAVE an honest and
reliable maid looking for a job.
PART TIME or FULL TIME.
Good with children. Phone
31402.

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


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
pcwe- 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.


NELP WANTED


S i .... . I


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
inc luding 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 12349
BACK HOE OPERATOR with
service experience. Telephone
2-4996 or 5-8725.
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.
DUTI ES/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.

C 12442
QUALIFIED Gardener with
references: Reliable yardman
Experienced cook with
references:
Tel 74142.

C12440
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.

C6435
JOB TITLE: FOREMAN -
ELECTRICAL MAINTE-
NANCE
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School and Technical
Graduate.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIILITIES:
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.
C 12466
CAT CAY CLUB needs two
CHARWORKERS for kitchen
cleaning, dishes, pots and silver
washing. Must be strong, used
to hard work, sober and
responsible. Salary, board and
room. Respond to Cat Cay
Club, Chalks International
Airline, Watson Island, Miami,
Fla. 33132.
C12448
ATTRACTIVE LADY WITH
sales experience, light typing.
Apply to Associates Ltd., East
Shirley Street oppostle William
Street between hours 9:30 to
11.
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. O. Box
SN4884, Nassau.


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SECTION


! !


BUSINESS 8 PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

SSave Time


I L[s IN This IlNtN
I LrI n glh Y


The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744


MI zIM EXT. 5

2 [iN n rilth *n


Nassau Drug Store 5-4506


BUILDERS LAUNDRY
Richard's Construction5.7080 DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406

CAMERAS MENS'CLOTHING
John Bull 2-4252/3 The Wardrobe 5-5599


CAPETS MUSIC
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993 Cody's Records 2-8500

CUSTOMS BROKERS OPTICIANS
Martin's 2-3173 Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

DEPT. STORES PRINTING
Pixie's Dept. Store 2-3173 Wong's Printing 5-4506

DRAPERIES PLUMBERS
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993 Sunshine Plumbing
Maintenance Service 5-6251
DRUGS &_
PRESCRIPTIONS RADIO & T.V. SALES
McCartney's 5-6068/5-2127 Carter's Records 2-4711


FLOOR MAINTENANCE
Rug Cleaning & Installation
Island Interiors 5-3576/4-2191

GARDEN & PET


Modernistic


2-2868


HARDWARE


SPORTS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

TRAVEL


2-2931/7


Playtours


R. H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7


WRECKER SERVICE


John S. George 2-8421/6 | Gibson Wrecker Service2-8896
m""TamTr=mmm-mmammm=" "mm

FOR TpE ACTION l0r WANT

So Nsmms m mmmmmmme a
Shop Nassau Merchants I


j


TRADE SERVICES
C12323


& oaL .N.

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

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

SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE: 2-3795. 2-3798
Airport 77434
C 12200


ACME PRINTERS
Specializing in:-
Business Forms
Wedding Invitations
Rubber Stamps
Business Cards
Advertising
Public Relations
Rudolph H. Ferguson
SpecIal Representative
Phone 21594 Box6151
C12418
FOR ALL Your Gardening
Needs, Trimming, IHedging,
Pruning, Beach Cleaning, For
Prompt, Reasonable and
Efficient Service Call 5-7810.


I HELP WANTED
C 12403
IBM DATA CENTRE
SERVICES


Has immediate
available in Nassau.


position


SYSTEMS ENGINEER
Successful applicants will be
throughly familiar with
systems design and
implementation of varied
commercially oriented
applications on System/3, 360
DOS and 370DOS/VS.
EXPERIENCE

Position requires a minimum of
five years in programming and
Systems/Analyst work with
experience in COBOL, RPG,
RPG-11 and Assembler
Languages. Must be able to
train and develop personnel
who will be responsible for
installation of computer
systems
IBM OFFERS: Hospitalization
and Insurance programmes,
paid vacation, attractive
starting salary and excellent
advancement opportunities.
Qualified applicants should call
Mr. McFadden at 32351/4 for
personal interview.

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
others. Must be able to run an
installation with minimum
assistance from small office
staff.
Interested parties please apply
in writing with complete
resume stating qualifications
and requirements to: Otis
Elevator Company, P. 0. Box
N4884, Nassau.

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


C12366


1 1 -4r, -


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


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

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


GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED

N FREEPORT.

TEL 352-6608

Im


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


I1 ELP WANTED


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.


C6446
FEMALE BOOKKEEPER
required with .>-5 years
experience, applicant must be
able to do secretarial work,
Customs brokerage also -
.Accounts payables. Interested
persons please call Giles G.
Newbold at Automotive and
Industrial Distributors Limited,
telephone 352-8071-4,
Freeport.

C6447
RESIDENT ENGINEER -
with management experience.
Qualified to degree standard
with at least 5 years experience
in Oil Industry. Burmah Oil
Bahamas Ltd., Box F-2530,
Freeport. Phone 373-3956.


MINE SUPPLIES
C6412
37' SAILING YACHT,
Mercedes diesel, teak decks,.
well equipped, comfortable.
$10,500 Duty Paid. Freeport
373-2288.

IELP WANTED
C6429
LIVE IN MAID. ENQUIRE
WITH RALLA COOPER,
EIGHT MILE ROCK, 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:
f or 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.
C6411
DIESEL, ELECTRIC AND
MACHINE SHOP ENGINEER
to manage complete general
engineering machine shop
operation. Must have formal
engineering training 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.
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.
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.
O. Box F-787, Freeport.

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


I ELP WANTED
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
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 SH WASH 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.Jhqavy .geMral
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 required.

WAITERS: At least one year
experience in first class hotel
or restaurant. Police and
Health Certificate required,
also letter of reference._
Apply: Personnel Department,
Oceanus Hotels Ltd., Royal
Palm Way, P. 0. Box F-531,
Freeport, G.B.

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,
diesels, 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 knowldgof
refinery maintenance
operations, position aloes
requlns stron. at In
admin istative tmetioid. ,
gu --Ft. .


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.

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.

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
,:me 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 Certificate
required.
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..


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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 arid typing an
advantage. Considerable
diversified experience required.
Bahamians only. Salary
negotiable.
ALL REPLIES: Controller,
Mercantile Group, P. 0. Box
F-456, Freeport.


HELP WANTED
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.


IELP WANTED
C6445
KITCHEN PORTER: Six (6)
Kitchen Porters. Must clean
kitchen and area around
garbage bins.
LAUNDRY MACHINE
OPERATOR : Must be an
experienced laundry machine
operator, familiar with the
operation of all the machines
in the Laundry Department.
BARTENDER: Must be an
experienced bartender. Must
have at least three years
experience. 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.


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"Yes, your work HAS improved just enough to merit
the salary I pay you now, but not a raise."


*Y l)W YTINNK HIS JUNK IS E=CASNiOAL '*


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


LUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
S5. Embrace
6. Endless
7. Fish eggs
1. Blemish 8. Chapeau
2. Shoshonean 9. Past
3. Explicit 10. Feminine
4. Glisten pronoun
15. Declaim
S __ boisterously
r 16. Cross
- - 19. Church
benches
20. Entrance
22. Pliable
S23. Triangular
inset
7 24. Fragments
26. Canceled
29. Sun-up
30. Antler
32. Shoals
- 33. Stove
36. Italian town
- S 37. Electrified
particle
W 3& Low bedstead
39. Self
*- 40. Spread abroad
-. ,, I 41. Toy


IjOFICE H-U


By VICTORMOLLO.
Today's problem is based
on a hand played in a pairs
event at the Mella Tournament
In Palms. Declarer's objective
was to make, U possible, eleven
tricks. The auction was UMoon-
tested.


8o he ruffs lteb. but now comes
the problem. If he leads a trump
to dummy's QQ and East turns
up with the tA, he will led
another spade. Again South wili
have to ruff high or risk an
over-ruff and this will leave him
with guess 'in trumps, for he


North won tJnow we r onese
4K KQ 3 against the V9 or to play for
SJS the drop.
X aOnly one declarer solved the
problem Pletro Parquet of
J A tQt Italy's invincible Blue Team.
After ruing the spade return
I 10 7 6 2 with the 1O he overtook his
AKQ87 5 K with the 4A and led a low
K trump from dummy guarding
Contract 4V: Lead 43. against this dtrbution.
East goes up with the 4A and
returns the 49. How should de- West Eaut
c la : The iwell 3 A 10 9 7 6 5
AALIS: The 43 may well p943 I A
be a singleton and If South OJ 1092 0j64
ruffs low, he may be over-ruffed. 10 8632 J 9 5 4


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No. 7.270 . by TIM McKAY
I. Result of sittils In u
draught ? (5. 4)
8. Plek-nme-iup (5)
Io. Unwell. (3)
11. Cough, star (anax.). (5, 4)


13. Tavern. (3)
14. Diescried. (4)
15. FIne kedge (anua.I. (.-.4)
18. Sprite. (3)
19. I~imeuaty. (4>
21. Musical Intrument. 44
?2. Skills. (4)
23. Contalners. (4)
24. C(uting down. (8)
Down
I. Make a fortune. (6. 3)
2. Also. (3)
3. Havint Joined tup t2. 7)
4. Fruit. (4)
5. Precise (4)
6. Afrilen anlniall (5)
7. F e lin .
9. f)l s r,

12. D r msp~
I0n. (7)
I at. e i a
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ness. (,.
20. M fi en
(3) yesterday' sOolul


ISTEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & oveiard]


Ion


Squawking its warnings the cockatoo wings
towards the island. "Tie a wily bird," says
the fiddler. The pirates have trained it well.
'they will know something is amiss when they
hear its alarm." "And that will bring them
back to their ship I cries Rupert. We mustn't
lose any time in getting away. Come on, King


" Ill set their boat adrift." declares the fiddler.
"Twill give me pleasure to make things hard
for those rogues." And using the axe he
strikes the stout anchor rope until it is cut
through. "Good, now we must hurry," say.
Rupert. "We've been watching the pirates
and they've just set out In their rowboaL"


Neptune is waiting for us in his chariot I"
But the fiddler seizes an axe from the side of
a locker. "Those pirates have treated me
sorely," he says. I fain would punish them
before I leave." "W-what are you going to
do ? asks Simon breathlessly.


No longer moored by her anchor the galleon
is already moving slowly on the tide, and as
the three friends escape by clambering down
the net King Neptune keeps his chariot close
to the ship's side. Well done. I see you have
brought the prisoner with you I" he cries.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Chess
By LEONARD BARDIN













White mates in two moves,
against any defence (y A.
Renn).
Par times: 30 ds problem
expert; three minutes, good:
eight mintes. average: 20
mutes, noice.
SOLUTION NO. M06 -

Chess Solution
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excellent ieutlan tomorrow.
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EYE SUBMITS HER INTERVIEW GPET R'
WITH WEST-SELLING AUTHOR O IET
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t-CARROLL RIGHTER'S


from the Caroell Risww ntttute
\ GENERAL TENDENCIES: One of your best
days and evenings to show your interest in
other persons, to make new friends, to expand your hopes and
wishes, to attend social gatherings and to engage in
humanitarian projects. Make up for lost time.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Look to good friends who help
you work out a plan you have in mind. Know what your real
wishes are and pursue them vigorously.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Higher-ups you encounter
now will recognize your finest talents and give the backing you
need. Civic work will add to your prestige.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are highly inspired and
can accomplish a great deal now, so don't waste time. You can
obtain data from a higher-up. Use tact.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can handle
your responsibilities very well now and eliminate pressures
that are upon you. Show more devotion to loved one.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Good day to converse with allies
and work out a plan to make your finest dreams come true.
You can now gain friendship of a former foe.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Complete those duties that
will bring you greater happiness. Tone up your system through
exercise. Make a good impression on others.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) This can be a fine day for
sociability and meeting old friends. Bring your creative ideas
to the attention of bigwigs. Be poised.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Plan time for improving
your home and making kin much happier. You can start a new
uptrend by putting new project in operation.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Fine day for
expressing your finest talent. Make as many contacts as you
can, but use extreme caution in travel. Be alert.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A good time for making
improvements in your home and adding to its value. Find
better ways to add to your present abundance.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Engage in social activity
and make your influence felt wherever you go. You can add
many new friends to present roster.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Use your intuition in the
handling of any difficult matters at hand. Show mate that you
are thoughtful and kind. Relax tonight.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one of those gregarious persons so be sure that you supervise
the choice of friends early in life. Add courses in psychology
and philosophy to the educational curriculum so your progeny
will have a greater understanding of others. Give a good
grounding in music and sports.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of.
your life is largely up to YOU!

Winning Bridge


ACROSS
1. Sludge
4. Haggard novel
7. Iranian ruler
11. Goddess of
discord
12. Shack
13. Messenger
14. Ice box
17. Form of John
18. Tier
19. Velvetlike
cloth
21. Under
twenty-one
25. Copyread
26. Father


27. Instructor
28. Drollery
29. Honey
30. Adamant
31. Solid alcohol
33. Hawsers
34. Prior to
35. Knack
36. Two-hundreL
year
anniversary
42. Ceiling
43. Urge
44. By way of
45. Social insects
46. Female rabbit
47. Unit of energy


Rupert on Chariot Island-35


The Heart of Juliet Jones By Stan Drake


Rupert on Chariot Island-36


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REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS

SREALLv m6u Know, IT'S GETTING SO ThAr WE I THOUGHT ThAT oNC NEW SIERE
HAVE A DON'T SEE EACH OTHER AT ALL ANY- YOU RISHEP )OUA AT TIS$ N4OPI-
I THOUGHT MAYBE YOU'D LOT OF V MORE/ WE NEVER SEE A MOVIE, GO INTERNSHIP MOU'P T ANLEW/
BE ABLE TO GO WITH ME WORK OWING 1TOETER HAVE SOME ULAR PIP IN A
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HE AND LILLIAN ALWAYS
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Saturday, November 3, 1973


BREWER


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'Hurle
By GLADSTONE THURSTON
RIGHT HAND hurler Lenny
l heal effectively controlled
the offt-speed curve and tossed
it into the power hitters of
I Ileutheraa's Governors
Hlarbour I hustlers, silencing
ht cm on five hits while
1 report Softball champs
couragee Brewers took a 4-1
i clor\ and a one game lead in
the liist round of the Bahamas
Softball Championship.
Play ed at the John F.
Kennredy Softball Park, the
lHustlers with Tony Petty
starting on the mound seek
Sheiir reringe in the second of


,RI I NI 's Liquor Store 40
miles tc ylhng champ Laurence
Burnside defends his title
lomormir afternoon when the
miiimIat c'vnt gets off to a
iltsIn start 2 p.m. in the front
ol the Greene's Store on East
Shirl'\ Street
I he event which will include
protfcssionals should see the
; ip in that category pit their
skills against the strong
iiiatciirs. The second of its
kind to he held this year, the
imiateurs hold the edge with
Icirbert Sears' victory in the


First baseman Mike Rolle digs into one of Glen Griffin's pitches for a sacrifice ground out that advanced Lawrence Rolle to third in
the bottom of the first. Mark Thompson catches and umpire Forbes cals the balls and strikes.


r Healer holds down Hustlers-


the best of three semi-final
playoffs tonight (8 p.m.) Petty
is 16-0 in regular season action.
New Providence softball
champs the Ministry of Works
got a bye in this elimination
and will play the winner of this
elimination on Friday night.
New Providence are the
defending champs following
Paradise Island's victory over
the Rock Sound Heroes last
year. The Islanders failed to
make the playoff this season
and the Heroes were just
outplayed.
To many, Cougar's victory
came as a complete surprise,


but not to their player/coach
Neville Cartwright who last
night found himself protecting
the plate instead of applying
himself wholly to his coaching
duties.
"I don't think our team
surprised anybody," he said.
"We came out with the
intention to win it in two and
tour the Island and show the
people that softball in Freeport
is for real."
Given short notice of the
game, Courage in the rush left
just about half their team,
Cartwright said.
"This took some of our
hitting power." Not even
ltealey he said was as sharp as
he used to be.
Nevertheless, with whatever
spunk he managed to get
together) Healey sized control
from the top of the third
inning and with strong defence
behind him kept the Hlustlers
in check for the remainder of
the seven inning game. Hie
struck out five and walked one.
When strong left hand first
sacer David Micklewhite broke
loose in the top of the fourth
with a threatening line drive
double with one down, Healey
convincingly sent back the
following two batters via the
strike out route.
Again in the fifth, lHustlers
hurler Glen Griffen and second
baseman touched of
consecutive singles, with two
down. lHowever, James Sands,
the fourth batter of that inning
could do nothing with Ilealey's
two balls one strike pitch and
lobbed into centre field for the
third out.

Top acto
THE BAHAMAS Golf
Association's annual
presentation of awards will
take place at a dinner dance in
the Paradise Beach Pavilion on
Friday November 23.
Dress will belounge suits
and the ticket will include
dinner, bridge toll and dancing.
Local group Ronnie and the
Ramblers will provide music.
Special guests at the dance
will be: Mr. L. N. Coakley,
Minister of Education &
Culture: Mr. Lee Elder, top
American black golfer: Miss
Agatha Watson, Miss Bahamas:
Kirk Smith. ZNS sports
personality.
Sydney Poitier, Nassau's
celebrated actor also hopes to
attend.
The BGA's Golfer of the
Year, the most improved golfer
and the best dressed golfer for
'73 will be announced at the
dance.
About 120 awards include
KARATE TIME
THlE Bahamas Institute of
Karate will resume classes
Monday in the Out Island
Traders Building, opposite the
Family Guardian.
Two goal

Sam is hero
YOUNG BAHAMIAN soccer
player Sam Haven, 2!, helped
his team. Dade-North Miami
Community College, on their
way to the National Junior
College Soccer Championships
last week when he fired in two
goals as Dade-North whipped
the Jaguars 3-1.
Haven, who was one of the
few non-Dade County high
school products on either
team, scored the game's first
goal unassisted after 17
minutes had elapsed.
Haven's second goal. assisted
by Fernando Ojeda, of Miami
Springs, came after 25 minutes.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Haven, of Infant View Rd.
Chippingham Sam is presently
studying business
administration at Miami Dade
College.
When in Nassau, he plays
for last year's BFA league
champions, Tropigas.


And yet, it is still a mystery
how the valiant Courage squad
got past the pitching of
Hustlers' gunner Griffen. "He
can turn the curve ball over on
both sides," noted one player.
Even catcher Mark Thompson
found it hard a times gloving
his pitches. "It's that snake-like
pitch,' said Thompson. "He
(Griffen) used it before but not
as consistently as this."
Griffen in a command
performance struck out 13,
walked three and gave up three
hits. He was responsible
for only two earned runs.
The Eleuthera hurler
pointed out that over the first
two innings he was using a
variety of pitches" just to feel
the guys out." His variety
included the curve, the riser
and his 'snake ball.'
Griffen, however, has the
greatest respect for Healey's
game.
"That off-speed pitch,"
noted Hustlers' centre fielder
Kermit Graham. "lie had a lot
of stuff on that ball which
caused us to pop up a lot of
times." He was disappointed
that the Hlustlers did not get
more hits.
As the Hustlers failed to
score in the top of the first
inning, short stop Lawrence
Rolle in the bottom of that.
inning saw Courage ahead
when he crossed the plate for
the first run of the game. Rolle
who spanked Griffen's second
pitch of the game for a double
off the fence scored on a pass
ball.


Two two-base errors in the
top of the second with short
stop Charles Sands at bat came
to the Hustlers' rescue stopping
what might have been a shut
out. Sands connected a high fly
into shallow left field which
saw both third baseman
Ettienne Farquaharson and left
fielder Phillip Carey running
into the play

They both ended up into
each other with the ball on the
ground as Sands began his turn
for third. The relay by the
assisting centre fielder Lee Penn
went out of play and Sands
made the game one all.
Griffen between the second
and the fifth collected eight
strike outs from the 17 batters
he faced. However a two base
throwing error on first
baseman Micklewhite together
with Carey's rbi put the
Hustlers once more in the rear.
Farquharson led off that
inning when he was awarded
first hit by the pitch.
Cartwright tapped a light bunt
along third base line and
Micklewhite in an attempted put
out/assist over threw the ball
and Farquharson scampered
home.
With two down after Griffen
collected two more strike outs,
Carey ripped a single deep into
right field driving in
Cartwright.
Healey, helping his own
winning cause, hit a sacrifice
bunt in the bottom of the sixth
driving in Don Malone from
third for Courage's fourth run.


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awards
silver trays, tropmnes and
brandy sniffers.

The Bahamas Amateur Golf
Club's handicap medal
tournament sponsored by
Finco will be held Sunday at
Paradise Island golf course.
The following are the lists of
players and starting times;
FIRST TEE: 8:00: W. Winnick
16, S Hall 10, C. A. Smith 10, B.
McFadden 20; 10th TEE: W.
Hudson 10, H. Munnings 16, P. L.


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Adderley 14, S. Key 18.
8.10: U. Bostwick 14, J. Virgil
15, I. James it4. F. Roberti 18;
10th TEE: P. Whyley 16, C. Cooper
19. R. McSweeney 18, M. Hamilton
19.
8.20: P. Hall 20, C. Laing 18, C.
Rogerson 14, B. L. Sands 22; 10th
TEE: Z. Stubbs 4, L. Jenkinson 9,
T. Blum 11., M. Stubbs 1.




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Defensively for Courage,
Lawrence Rolle at short
collected five put outs and
three assists. Mike Rolle his
brother at first also made five
put outs.
Micklewhite of the Hustlers
made five defensive put outs.
COURAGE
ab r h rbi
L. Rolle 3 1 1 0
M. Rolle 3 0 0 0
P. Carey 3 0 1 1
L. Harvey 2 0 0 0
D. Malone 2 I 0 0
L. Penn 3 0 0 0
L. Healey 1 0 0 1
E. Farquaharson 2 1 0 0
N. Cartwright 2 I 1 0
HUSTLERS
R. Johnson 4 0 1 0
J. Sands 3 0 0 0
F. Petty 1 0 0 0
K. Graham 3 0 0 0
D. Micklewhite 3 0 2 0
M. Thompson 3 0 0 0
C. Sands 3 1 0 0
J. Sands 3 0 0 0
S. Petty 2 0 0 0
G. Griffen 3 0 2 0


Bahamas Independence Open.
Taking a hot second and
expected out tomorrow will be
top pro Noel "Donna" Brown
who seems to be gradually
taking over the crown from
favourite Boston Blackie. Hot
sprinter Bertram "Coyboy"
Musgrove and Christopher
"Deuce" Thompson are all
expected out.
The outstanding Burnside
Brothers in the amateur
division will be on hand to
assist Sears in any competition
from the pros.


DIVISION 1
Arsenal 0 Liverpool 2
Coventry 0 Ipswich I
Derby I QPR 2
Everton I Tottenham I
Leeds 4 West Ham I
Manchester United 2 Chelsea 2
Newcastle 2 Stoke City I
Norwich I Leicester 0
Sheffield United I Birmingham I
Southampton 2 Burnley 2.
Wolverhampton 0 Manchester C.
DIVISION 2
Aston Villa I Sheffield Wed. 0
Blackpool S Portsmouth 0
Bolton 2 Oxford I
Cardiff 0 West Bromwich I
Crystal Palace 0 Nottingham F. 1
Fulham 2 Bristol City I
Hull City 2 Sunderland 0
Middlesbrough 2 Luton I
Notts County 3 Millwall 3
Orient 2 Preston 2
Swindon 2 Carlisle 2
DIVISION 3
Blackburn 2 Plymouth 0
Brighton 0 York City 0
Bristol Rovers I Chesterfield 0
Chariton 0 Wrexham 0
Grimsby 1 Cambridge 0
Halifax I Bournemouth I
Oldham 3 Shrewsbury 0
Port Vale 3 Rochdale 1
Southend 5 Huddersfield 2
Watford 2 Aldershot I
DIVISION 4
Barnsley 3 Bury 2
Brentford 4 Mansfield I
Chester I Rotherham 0
Crewe I Darlington 1
Doncaster 3 Swansea I
Lincoln 3 Newport 0
Northampton I Hartlepool 0
Peterbrough 2 Exeter 0
Reading 0 Gillingham I
Torquay 1 Bradford City 0
SCOTTISH LEAGUE
DIVISION 1 i
Arbroath 2 Hearts 3
Celtic 4 East Fife 2
Dumbarton 3 Motherwell 0
Dundee United 2 Falkirk 0
(abandoned)
Dunfermline 2 Rangers 2
Hibernian 5 Clyde 0
Morton 2 Aberdeen 0
Partick Thistle 3 Ayr Utd. 0
St. Johnstone I Dundee 4
DIVISION 2
Airdrie 5 Cowdenbeath 0
East Stirling I Albion Rvrs. 2
Hamilton 0 Berwick 4
Montrose 0 Clydebank 0
(abandoned)
Queen of the S. 3 St. Mirren 3
Queen's Park 0 Alloa 2
Raith Rovers I Stranraer 0
Stenhousemuir 4 Brechin 2
Stirling Albion 2 Forfar 0
RUGBY LEAGUE
Great Britain 21 Australia 12.


WE SHOULD HAVE DONE IT BEFORE!

Our new evening hours for leisurely Christmas
portraits and unhurried passport photos are proving
immensely popular. We invite you to drop in this
evening, (or any evening)! Open through the day until
8p.m.!


PHOIOOGAPHY
on the waterfront at East Bay & William Sts.
Telephone 5-4641





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Burnside defends title


TRUST OFFICER


Required for newly organized Banking & Trust
Company in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, B.W.I.
Applicant must have several years experience in
International Trust Administration.
This is a Senior position which offers considerable
challenge and opportunity for an aggressive
individual.

Salary and benefits dependent upon qualifications
and experience.
Applications accompanied by a personal resume
should be forwarded to:

THE MANAGER
The Northwestern Bank
P. O. Box 1088
Grand Cayman
Cayman Islands, B.W.I.





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BAHAMAS RACECO LIMITED



NOTICE


Applications are now being received ;o, the
following Positions at 1HOBBY HORSE RACE
TRACK for the coming 1974 racing season.

PATROL I'l)GES
)PLACING .IJD)(GES
('CLERK 01F SCALES
JOCK(KIY ROOM MASTER
CA LCULATORS
TICKET CHECKERS
SUPERVISORS
MONEY ROOM COUNTERS
TICKET SELLERS
CASHIERS
ADMISSION GATES TICKET SELLERS
STARTING GATE HANDLERS.

Application forms are available at the office at
the Race Track. West Bay Street. Telephone
78070.

NOTE: Two Passport Photos of the applicant
must be attached to the completed application
form.
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