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VOL. LXX, No. 295 Tuesday, November 13, 1973 Price: I_ Cent_


EXTRADITION HEARINGS AGAINST U.S. FINANCIER

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By NICKI KELLY
ROBERT L. VESCO made his first appearance in court today and the press almost missed his entrance.


'.OOKHt9l COOL, ot:bvt L. Vesco, war..4l by the. US.
Government to face fraud charges in the United States,
walks to magistrate's court today accompanied by aides and
his lawyers. (Photo: Rickey Wells).


Union is 'appalled' at


staff changes at ZNS
THE ENGINEERING AND GENERAL UNION has declared it
is "appalled" by a number of recent administrative changes
within the Broadcasting Corporation and Radio Bahamas.


Calsey Johnson, manager of
the radio station's Northern
Service, has been moved from
Freeport to Nassau, where he
has been attached to general
manager G. F. Brickenden's
office for training and to assist
in the day to day operations.
The EGU is particularly
concerned over the
Corporation's decision to give
board secretary Walter
Wisdom the job of managing
the Northern Service.
"lHow can he perform the
functions of secretary while
stationed in Freeport?" the
union asked in a press release.
"This move, as all the rest of
Mr. Wisdom's moves at Radio
Bahamas, is designed, we feel,
to hamper the progress of the
Bahamians like Carl Bethel or
Reg Smith.
"Is this not contravening the
functions of the secretary?"
The union also expressed
concern over the fact that the
general managers office has
been moved from the
administrative section on
Collins Avenue's Second
Terrace West to the
broadcasting facilities on Third
Terrace East, while
administrative officer Pamela
Granger's office has been
moved from Third Terrace to
Second Terrace.
The union said that staff
grievances are supposed to go
to Mrs. Granger and, if no
agreement is reached, then on
to Mr. Brickenden. The change
in location of the two offices
has made it more difficult to
follow that procedure, the
union charged.
Radio Bahamas chairman
Senator Milo B. Butler told
The Tribune that "as far as
internal movements are
concerned we will make no
comment."

1 PLASTIC
POTTED

ROSE TREES


NASSAU ONLY


'PLENTY JOBS'

SAYS MINISTER
"While I have no evidence
that there are jobs which
Bahamians have technically
refused to take there are,
nevertheless, between 9,000
and 10,000 jobs which
Bahamians have in fact not
taken for various reasons,"
Labour Minister Clifford L.
Darling declared in the House.
Last week Opposition
Leader Kendal lsaacs
(FNM-Fort Montagu), in
questions obviously related to
Prime Minister L. 0. Pindling's
statement at the PLP
convention that there are
10,000 jobs available which
Bahamians refuse to take,
asked Mr. Darling:
"Will the Hon. Minister
advise the House of the
number of jobs that are
available now throughout the
Commonwealth which
Bahamians refuse to take? Will
the Minister give a breakdown
of the various categories of
those jobs?"
In his answers on
Wednesday, the Minister told
the House that about half the
9,000-10,000 available jobs
"are in the farming, gardening,
forestry and dairying
categories.
"The other half is spread
over a broad range of
categories among which the
following are examples:
chairman and surveyor helpers:
housemen, yardmen, labourers
and laundrymen: male cooks,
kitchen helpers and pan men;
trenchers, diggers and
sanitation workers; welders and
fitters; live-in maids; motor,
diesel, refrigeration and
air-conditioning mechanics,
cement workers, tailors,
furniture makers and joiners,
night workers;. policemen.
There is also a shortage of
teachers and nurses."
Mr. Isaacs in a
supplementary question, asked,
"are there Bahamians who are
qualified to fill those positions
you mentioned above the
common labourer?"


The 38-year-old financier,
who was expected to walk up
the Garden of Remembrance
path to Court No. 1, arrived by
car instead at the Shirley Street
entrance to the court.
A shout from one spectator
sent a crush of cameramen,
photographers and reporters
scrambling to the other side.
Mr. Vesco, flanked by
Bahamian lawyers Eugene
Dupuch, Orville Turnquest and
Peter Graham, stepped out of
Mr. Dupuch's chauffeur-driven
blue Chevrolet and was
immediately mobbed by the
press.
Asked by Tribune
photographer Rickey Wells to
smile, Mr. Vesco paused briefly
and did so. Seconds later he
was swept through the entrance
to the second-floor courtroom
as police blocked the crowds.
Mr. Vesco's court
appearance today is the
culmination of more than a
year's effort by the U.S.
government to have him
returned to the United States
for trial on several charges,
including an obstruction of
justice case involving a
$200,000 contribution to
President Nixon's 1972
re-election campaign.
Last week the U.S.
Government succeeding in
having a Bahamas warrant
issued for Mr. Vesco's arrest
preliminary to extradition
hearings on a $50,000 fraud
indictment.
PRESS LEFT
The case has engendered
considerable interest locally
and overseas. All the major
American television networks
had representatives in Nassau
today, as did the leading
British and American
newspapers. But many of the
pressmen didn't get seats in
court.
The press corps began
assembling outside the tiny
courtroom as early as 1 p.m.
although the principals in the
hearing were not expected
until shortly before 2.30 p.m.
They were gradually joined
by nearly a hundred spectators.
Another 50 crowded on the
balcony upstairs in hopes of
getting a seat inside.
At 1.45 p.m. Magistrate


Emmanuel Osadebay, before
whom the case is being heard,
walked alone from the
Supreme Court but was
swamped by photographers
almost immediately.
Shortly after prosecution
attorney Cecil Wallace
Whitfield arrived with the five
U.S. lawyers who will be
assisting him.
One of the Americans, asked
to say on which count Mr.
Vesco will be tried if
extradicted, said it was
customary for trial to be based
on the extradition charge.
NO ROOM
Those who had anticipated
having a view of the
proceedings in the courtroom
were disappointed.
By the time the attorneys,
others assisting in the hearings,
and the press were seated,
there was no room for
spectators.
A number of American
visitors were among those
hoping to get in.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prowler
of Malverne, New York, arrived
on the Oceanic this morning
and learned of the hearings
while buying a camera in John
Bull.
Mrs. Prowler had some very
decided views on the case. She
felt Mr. Vesco should be
extradited, and offered a
number of reasons.
Her sum-up of the event:
"It's much more exciting than
the beach."
John Harper, here for the
New Jersey State Bar
Association meeting, comes
from Morris Country, New
Jersey, the same county as Mr.
Vesco.
As a lawyer, he was
interested in how the case
would be conducted and
argued.
Two Bahamians, Felton Cox
and Cecil Hall said they wanted
to hear for themselves whether
or not the U.S. government
had made out a case against
Mr. Vesco.
"I would like to know for
myself whether Mr. Vesco's
presence in the Bahamas is in
accordance with Bahamian
standards," Mr. Cox
commented.


Defence want witness


brought to
PRELIMINARY hearings for
the extradition of financier
Robert Vesco were temporarily
stalled this afternoon when
defence lawyer Eugene Dupuch
Q.C. asked that a former
director of lOS be brought to
Nassau to testify.
Mr. Vesco, formerly chairman
of 1OS. is being sought by the
U.S. government on charges he
defrauded $50,000 from
International Controls
Corporation, of which he was
formerly chairman and used
the money to buy stock for his
private use.
The indictment alleges that
he bought the stock from C.
Henry Buhl Ill who was a
director of IOS Ltd., the multi-
million-dollar mutual fund
complex.
Mr. Dupuch applied to the
court for an order to have Mr.
Buhl brought in for
examination by the defence.
He argued that Mr. Buhl's
affidavit, being held by the
prosecution, was entirely
different from evidence given
by Mr. Buhl at an earlier date.
Mr. Dupuch asked that when


Nassau


the U.S. government produced
the Buhl affidavit they should
also produce Mr. Buhl for
examination.
Mr. Whitfield, who is
representing the American
authorities, objected. The
matter was deferred when
Magistrate Emmanuel
Osadebay pointed out that the
defence was anticipating
something that might not
happen.
Mr. Whitfield then went on
to outline the grounds showing
that the Bahamian court had
jurisdiction in the matter of
extradition.
At the start of the hearing
Magistrate Osadebay referred
to a Miami Herald article last
week which attributed him
with certain comments
pertaining to the case.
"What I don't like is
sensational journalism intended
to sell a lot of papers," the
Magistrate said.
He demanded an apology
from The Herald.
The hearing adjourned at
4.45 p.m. until 10 a.m.
tomorrow.


court for Robert Vesco's
extradition hearing today
shows NBC-News team and
press photographers amidst
crowd of spectators striving Black Bahamian oppressors
for better view. (Photo:

ickey Wlls). will be target of BWC's


'offensive against oppression


ANGLICAN

BISHOP

ABHORS

FILM BAN
ANGLICAN BISHOP the
Rt. Rev. Michael Eldon today
called the banning of "Jesus
Christ Superstar" an
"unfortunate decision," and
said he personally would not
have found the film offensive.
The movie, based on the
long-running musical, was
screened for the Censorship
Committee last Friday and
rejected. One of those who
saw the film and ruled against
it was Home Affairs Minister
Anthony Roberts, who has
responsibility for censorship.
A rock version of the
Christ story, "Jesus Christ
Superstar" shocked many
when it first opened in New
York several years ago.
Since then however, the
show and the film have been
performed world-wide to
critical acclaim.
"The Archbishop of
Canterbury saw it and
thought there was a great deal
of good in it," Bishop Eldon
said.
He told The Tribune that
St. Paul's Methodist school at
Freeport had performed an
abbreviated version of the
musical and he had enjoyed
it.
NOT TOLD
The Bahamas Christian
Council, which has been
actively concerned about the
quality of films shown, also
appears to have had no
knowledge of the ban.
Senator Alexander Maillis,
a member of the Council's
executive, said the Council
had nothing to do with the
restriction.
"I was looking forward to
seeing it. My children saw it
in London and they thought
it was very good, and they
certainly are Christian,"
Senator Maillis declared.
POPE'S PRAISE
The Senator pointed out
that Pope Paul had also
praised the musical as being a
means for bringing the young
generation to an
understanding of the message
of Christ.
"My own view is that it is
the greatest thing that ever
happened for the Christian
faith, because of the
influence it has had on those
who needed help most,"
He mentioned particularly
the effect on "hippies," many
of whom were influenced to
change their life-style.
The Tribune understands
that "Superstar" was among
films listed as available to
Theatres of the Bahamas for
viewing. The list was
submitted to the Censorship
Board which asked for a
private screening.


By MIKE LOTHIAN
BLACK BAHAMIANS who are continuing the economic and
social oppression of the black masses will be hit by boycotts,
"industrial action" and political rejection in what the
semi-political Bahamas Workers' Council has termed "the second
great black offensive against oppression."


The second offensive,
according to BWC chairman
Dudley Williams, will take up
the struggle where it was left
off by the first offensive,
which began with the Burma
Road incident in 1942 and
ended with the 1967 election
victory of the Progressive
Liberal Party.
"This second great black
offensive is being led by some
of the same men and women !
who were in the first, but who 0
are not content with just a
mere political victory," Mr.
Williams said. "BWC wants
political, economic and social
justice for all workers, and
especially for black people."
Mr. Williams said the BWC
has to be preoccupied with the
problems of the black
community because "blacks
are still economically far
behind whites and also social.
retarded Our political victor.
of 1967 has only brought on
more problems because it
created a class of 'black big
shots' whose mission, it seems.
is to keep the rest of us down."
SHAME & SIN
Mr. Williams continued:
"Because some of our
black leaders have moved into
'white town they have
forgotten the real problems
of their black brothers and
sisters. This is a shame and a
sin against the black race," he
declared.
Mr. Williams made it clear
that "black oppressors' are not
the only targets of the second
offensive.
lie said the oppressed must
also fight "the remnants of the
reactionary whites who want
to resist black progress." This,
he said, referred not only to
white politician, but also to
whites who hurt blacks
economically, such as the
major food importers.
BOYCOTT CALL
"Our plan of action," he
said, "is to boycott those
blacks who are instrumental in
keeping us back. They cannot
advance economically except
we buy their goods and
services. Industrial action is the
next phase of action in which
the supporters df the workers
from the community must be
involved.
The next plan after that is
political rejection at the ballot
box of all politicians who work
against the interest of the
workers and the nation.
"BWC calls upon black
politicians to shed their 'white
town mentality' and get to
work on the problems of the
people, number one being wage
increases and jobs for the
unemployed. Then we need a
new political strategy and a
new legal framework to suit
the new Bahamas and not the
old England."
The "industrial action"
Mr. Williams referred to as
the second phase of the
offensive includes, he said,
strike action, sit-downs.
slow-downs and pickets.
Mr. Williams cited a number
of examples of what he called
'oppression'' and


DUDLEY WILLIAMS
'Shame and a sin'


"discrimination."
fie charged that the
Government had named
expatriate whites to the general
manager's post in both
Bahainmasair and Radio
Bahamas, even though -"BW('
knows black and white
Bahamians who could have
handled the job well." because
the foreigners have to have
work permits through which
Government "can then
pressure him or her into doing
their every bidding."
He claimed white foreigners
held all the senior engineering
posts at the government-owned
B a hamas 1 I ectricity
Corporation although there
w ere qualified black
Bahamians.
He also \\anted to know
why, whenever there is a need
for BFC' to reduce its load
"they always cut the
Over-the-Hlill areas off first."
lIe pointed to the reduction
in salaries suffered by former
Flamingo Airlines staff when
they moved into Bahamasair.

Guest Chamber speaker


JOHN A Brooks, who will
be the guest speaker at the
Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce monthly supper
meeting at the Sheraton British
Colonial Hotel tomorrow
evening is the Director of
Operations appointed by the
International Executive Service
Corps (IESC) to introduce its
programme for the first time to
businesses in the Bahamas and
in Caribbean countries.
Roughly 3,500 private
businesses in 53 countries of
South and Central America,
Africa, Southeast Asia, Europe
and the Middle East have been
assisted by IESC. but the
service has never before been
available to Bahamians.
Mr. Brooks is coming to the
Bahamas under the joint
sponsorship of the US Embassy
and the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce. lie is a graduate of
the US Military Academy. West
Point and is a retired USAF
Brigadier General. He has
served as IESC assistant vice
president for Latin America
and Director of Operations for
IESC in Brazil.
Mr. Brooks holds the DSC,
Silver Cross, three Legions of
Merit, three DFC's, and a
number of other decorations. -


ANNE AND


MARK GET


A FINAL


REHEARSAL
LONDON (AP) Princess
Anne, only daughter of Queen
Elizabeth II, and the
commoner she chose, Capt.
Mark Phillips, marry for love at
Westminster Abbey Wednesday
in Britain's first royal wedding
of the 1970's.
The blonde princess, fourth
in line to the throne, and her
handsome cavalry officer
fiance, slipped quietly into
the historic abbey Tuesday for
a private dress rehearsal of
Britain's "Wedding of the
year."
The last hectic day of the
single life for Anne, 23, and
Mark, 25, began in the crimson
and gold ballroom of
Buckingham Palace where they
danced until 3:30 a.m. at a
pre-wedding party. Later
Tuesday Anne sat for a final
fitting of her still secret
wedding dress. The young
couple planned dinner at the
palace with the Queen, and an
appearance at a party Tuesday
night given by Mark's parents.
It was a busy day too for
Mrs. Elsie Ricketts, 67, who
rode a bicycle seven miles
from her home to the station
at Wooton Bassett, Wilshire,
took the train east to London
and bagan camping out on
the procession route between
the Palace and the Abbey 24
hours early. "My husband said
I needed my head seeing to,"
Mrs. Ricketts said.
But hundreds of others are
expected to camp out too, so
they can be sure of a good view
of the royal procession.
Weather is forecast as cloudy
and "rather cold'.
Public interest in the
wedding is high, partly
because as the young couple
demonstrated in a television
interview Monday, it is clearly
a love match. Anne was asked
if she could have married out
of duty. "In no way," she
replied. "I'm glad you said
that" Mark added.
Part of the interest, Mark
said in the same interview,
"really reflects a little bit the
state of the world at the
moment.
"People are really rather
relieved, "he added. "to see
something that is generally
happy and good."
CRITICAL TIME
For Britain, the royal
wedding comes at a time of
economic crisis. Foreign trade
figures are their worst ever, the
pound is weak interest rates are
at a record high, and coal
miners and power station
workers among others are
threatening strikes.
On the eve of the wedding
the Conservative government
declared a state of emergency,
taking on powers to use troops,
if necessary to move coal and
man power stations. (oSee
Story Page 2)


"Cancel the wedding,"
opposition Labour lawmakers
shouted in the House of
Commons to no avail.
The pageantry of the royal
wedding will unfold on
schedule with all the pomp of
costumed trumpeters,
horsemen, coachmen, footmen,
men at arms, church men,
bewigged judges and regal
ladies playing their roles
At the insistence of both the
Queen and Princess Anne, only
some 60 people, clergymen and
members of the two families,
will see the faces of the young
couple as they exchange
marriage vows. Everyone else
in the Abbey and watching on
television will see only the
backs of Mark and Anne at
that point.
Anne's wedding day is an
important milestone too for
her older brother, Prince
Charles, heir to the throne. It is
his 25th birthday, and from
that age he can choose his own
bride without the Queen's
consent, and keep his royal
olace.


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Tuesday, November 13, 1973


THE U.N. Security Council
has approved the nomination
of Finnish Major General
Ensio Siilasvuo as permanent
commander of the U.N.
Mideast peacekeeping force.

Siilasvuo, 51, had been
interim commander and had
signed the new Suez truce
pact Sunday along with an
Egyptian and an Israeli
general.
RUDY SAMPLES of
Columbus celebrated his 40th
birthday by jumping from an
airplane 40 times.
Samples is president of the
Columbus Sport Parachute
Club. The parachute jumps
took a little over eight hours
and seven fellow parachutists
constantly packed rigs for
him.

A TANKER truck laden
with an estimated 18,000
gallons of propane gas
smashed through a freeway
exit ramp, exploding in a ball
of flame.
Killed when the truck he
was driving upended was
Darrell Bailey, of Arlington,
authorities said. Pieces of the
truck were spread over a
five-block radius by the
explosion.

NOVELIST Henry Miller,
81, is in "fair condition"
after artery surgery on his leg,
his physician said.
Dr. Jack Sheinkopf said
Miller, who wrote Tropic of
Cancer, underwent graft
surgery last month to correct
a circulation disturbance.

A 2 6-YEAR-OLD
convicted murderer was given
the death sentence in Miami
after the judge said the
defendant did not show any
remorse during his trial.
Criminal Court Judge
Edward Cowart sentenced
Robert A. Sullivan in the
de.ith of a motor inn manager
who was tied up and beaten
with a tyre iron before being
shot four times in the back of
the head.

THIE COMING year will
see new hotel construction on
the island of Antigua aimed
at the European working
class, according to Prime
Minister George Walter.
Walter said in an interview
in San Juan, that his
government wants "to
diversify the flow of tourism"
as a hedge against possible
turn down in the U.S. tourist
flow,
Reports jromr AP


-Watergate panel wants to quiz Nixon-


WASHINGTON ask the president to Ziegler said that Nixon being held for meeting "to be held at
The Senate Watergate make available all tape is considering a Republican senators the president's earliest
Committee today called r e c o r di n g s a n d committee proposal for and congressmen and convenience, at the


for a meeting with
President Nixon at his
earliest convenience to
question him on
Watergate matters,
Sources said the vote
in executive session was
5-1 in favour of a
resolution introduced
by Sen. Lowell Weicker
(R.Conn), to formally
request the meeting and


documents relevant to
the panel's investiga-
tion.
Sen. Edward Gurney
(R-Fla.) cast the only
vote against the
resolution, and Sen.
Herman Talmadge
(D-Ga.) was absent, the
sources said.
Presidential Press
Secretary Ronald


a face-to-face meeting
as part of a renewed
White House effort to
clear up the scandal.
It was understood
Sen. Howard
committee vice
chairman, and Weicker
would refuse
presidential invitations
to question Nixon at
White House meetings


some Democrats this
week.
Weicker had
suggested that
committee members
should not particiapte
in the closed-door
sessions unless the
president agreed to
meet with the full
committee.
Weicker's resolution
called for a committee


White House, with
statements or answers
to questions not having
to be under oath, with
counsel for both the
president and the Select
(Watergate) Committee
participating, and with
a complete transcript of
such discussion, which
entire transcript will be
made immediately
public." (AP).


BRITAIN SLAPS DOWN



EMERGENCY POWERS


LONDON The British government
adopted emergency measures today to
head off an economic crisis.
In rapid succession the government
first announced that the nation had
suffered its worst monthly trade deficit in
history in October, then that the Bank of
England's minimum lending rate was
being raised to an all time high.
Minutes later a state of emergency was
declared, giving the government sweeping
powers to insure adequate coal and
electric power supplies.
Cuts in Arab oil supplies and fears of a
coal miners' strike had raised the
prospects of fuel cutbacks this winter
that would slow British industry and put
further pressure on the ailing economy.
The Department of Trade and Industry
said Britain, which lives on foreign trade,
suffered a deficit in its dealings with the
rest of the world of 298 million pounds
$715.2 million during October.
The highest previous deficit in British
history, recorded during the August 1970
national dock strike was 231 million
pounds or $554.4 million.
The value of the floating pound


Getty: mother.-


sends
ROME
mother of
III. has
photograph
may belong
boy's fathe


photos


- Gail Harris, the
missing Paul Getty
sent magnified
s of the ear which
g to her son, to the
r and grandfather in


London. She hopes they, too,
will be convinced Paul has
actually been kidnapped.
The ear and a lock of hair
had been mailed by
self-described kidnappers to a
Rome newspaper as evidence
they are detaining the
17-year-old grandson of the oil
billionaire for ransom. (AP).
Yacht waits
THE ROYAL yacht
Britannia is docked in
Bridgetown, Barbados,
awaiting arrival of Princess
Anne and Captain Mark
Phillips on Thursday.


Israel 'the bigger loser'


NEW YORK Assessing the
new postwar realism in Cairo
and Jerusalem, Time magazine
has estimated that Israel was
proportionately the bigger
loser with costs in the
national economy and personal
austerity still piling up.
And while some Israeli
leaders were exchanging public
recriminations, Egypt's
President Anwar Sadat had a
chance of emerging smoothly,
the weekly said.
"Egypt lost an estimated
3,000 dead in the fighting and
more than double that ni mber
were wounded," Time said.
"Yet with a population of 36
million more than ten times
that of Israel Egypt is better


able to bear combat losses.
"Some industries have
been deprived of skilled
workers but mobilization has
not drained the civilian
economy of needed manpower.
If anything, it has helped
Egypt's chronic unemployment
problem.
"One international firm has
offices in both Jerusalem and
so Cairo employing about 140
in each city. The war cut down
its Jerusalem staff to a mere 14
but in Cairo all the workers are
on the job. Even though Cairo
airport was shut down 24 days,
hotels report few cancellations
of bookings for the lucrative
winter season.
(AP).


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sterling fell from a high of $2.59 to $2.38
yesterday.
The trade deficit has meant that
Britain spends more abroad than it earns
and the pound has therefore weakened.
Should the deficits of recent months
continue, Britain would develop a deficit
of more than $4.8 billion over the next
year.
Bank rates have been going up partly
to keep the pound from sinking further.
Foreign investors, attracted by higher
interest rates in Britain, have put their
money to work in this country. To do so
they change dollars and other currencies
for pounds and thereby help support the
level of sterling.
For Britons, however, the rising bank
rate is bad news. It is likely to mean
higher interest charges for mortgages,
installment buying and bank loans.
Until last October, the Bank of
England's bank rate was the nation's
prime lending rate, automatically
determining all other interest charges in
Britain. Its record high of 10 per cent was
set on the outbreak of World War I in
August 1914.


Israel may get


peace 'guarantee'

SECRETARY of State under consideration.
Henry Kissinger says the Nixon The Secretary explained that
administration is considering a if p The Sace negotiary explained that
formal guarantee of Israel's if peace negotiations between,
security if the Jewish nation Israel and the Arabs succeed,
agrees to a peace treaty calling "there will be a very serious
for its withdrawal from problem, especially for Israel,
occupied Arab territory. of how its security can be
Israel, meanwhile, said U.N. assured because of the
forces had taken over its withdrawals it will have to
checkpoint where the ceasefire make from the territories it has
line west of the Suez canal occupied in the last two
crosses the Cairo-Suez Arab-Israel wars.
highway. "At this point the question
But the Israelis said they of guarantees will arise, and we
tore down a roadblock U.N. have to then ask the question
forces set up farther along the what sort of guarantees
highway inside the Israeli lines unilateral, several countries and
because there had been no so forth," Kissinger said.
a g r e e m e n t for its Kissinger said an Israeli
establishment. withdrawal is essential to
UN. Secretary-General Kurt successful peace negotiations.
Waldheim sent his
undersecretary for special
political affairs, Roberto Guyer Chou w don't
of Argentina, to Egypt, Syria EINGu wP o u'
and Israel. PEKING -- PREMIER Chou
A U.N. spokesman said he En-Lai said today he will not
would provide Waldheim "a visit the United States until
first-hand assessment" of the Washington breaks relations
situation, but other diplomats with the Nationalist regime of
at U.N. headquarters said he Taiwan.
might try to arrange for "As long as there is a
exchanges of prisoners of war. representative of the Chiang
Kissinger mentioned the Kai-Shek clique there, how can
possibility of a formal I go there?" said China's No. 2
guarantee for Israel in a man as he waited for his fourth
television interview yesterday meeting in as many days with
during a break in his talks with U.S. Secretary of State Henry
Chinese leaders in Peking. Kissineer.
Kissinger said support of Chou also refused to
Israel's existence has been "a predict when Washington
constant American policy" and might break with President
Sen. J.W. 1ulbright's proposal Chiang's government, saying:
for an Israeli American security "How can you ask me? why
treaty is but one of the ideas don't you put the question to


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Dr. Kissinger? "But the
premier told newsmen
President Nixon is welcome to
make a second trip in


Since last October, the state-run bank
has used a new system. The old bank rate,
changed only a few times a year, was
scrapped. In its place the state bank
announced each Friday a minimum
lending rate as a guideline to commercial
banks.
If the Bank of England's minimum rate
went up, commercial banks usually
waited several weeks to confirm a
significant trend before adjusting their
rates.
Today's Bank of England
announcement, however, was an
unprecedented one. and commercial
banks were likely to act more quickly in
raising rates to ordinary borrowers.
The state bank said the normal Friday
announcement of the minimum lending
rate was being suspended. At the same
time it ordered commercial banks to
freeze 575 million pounds ($1,380
million) in special deposits left with the
Bank of England.
In effect, the two moves drive up
interest rates and leave less money
available for loans. Borrowing is thus
discouraged two ways.(AP).


-.~ a
TEL AVIV Actor Burt
Lancaster, whose television
serial was interrupted by the
Mideast war, has returned to
Israel to resume his role as
Moses in a six-part special.
Lancaster left the country
because his prime shooting
location in Sinai was near the
Suez front and the Israeli
extras in the cast went off to
fight.

Gambling hope
VIRGIN Islands Senator
Hector Cintron says he will
probably introduce a bill next
January to legalize gambling in
St. Croix and St. Thomas.
(AP).

visit US
China.
Kissinger met for
nearly three hours with
Chairman Mao Tse-Tung at his
home in the Forbidden City,
and Chou said that Mao spoke
in English when he asked the
Secretary of State to convey
his regards to Nixon.
Chou said it was the longest
meeting Mao has had with a
foreign visitor in two years.
(AP).
Jet explodes
HANNOVER A Belgian
starfighter jet exploded in the
air today. Burning wreckage
crashed into a house in the
village of Borwede, 60 miles
northwest of Hannover.
First reports said at least five
people were killed


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Candlelight

banking
WARREN They're
banking by candlelight at the
Warren. Mass, Savings Bank
these days.
In an effort to cut down on
energy consumption, candles
are placed on either side of the
tellers' windows and on some
desks on Thursday evenings
when it begins to get dark.
The candles will let the bank
eliminate about half of its
electric lighting, bank president
Warren A. Hastings said. (AP). -

New launch


CAPE CANAVERAL -
Skylab programme director
William Schneider says he
hopes to set a new launch date
for Skylab 3 after checking on
new cracks in the Saturn 1B
booster rocket. He said he
hoped to reach the decision
later today.
Astronauts, Gerald, Carr,
William Pogue and Edward
Gibson originally were to have
started their 85-day mission
last Saturday, rocketing up for
the third and final visit to the
Skylab station.
That was postponed until
"Thursday after hairline cracks
were discovered in all eight
stabilizer fins at the base of the
rocket, which had to be
replaced to prevent possible
breakup of the rocket in flight.
During a check Monday,
additional cracks were found in
seven of eight support beams in
a circular band that connects
the first and second stages of
the Saturn IB.


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LONDON Princess Anne
and Capt. Mark Phillips
waltzed until 3 a.m. today in
the ballroom of Buckingham
Palace, then sipped champagne
for breakfast in their last big
fling before their wedding
tomorrow.
Some 1,500 guests attended
the ball given by Anne's
mother, Queen Elizabeth, for
the princess and her dragoon.
Among them were ex-King
Constantine and Queen
Anne-Marie of Greece, Prince
Rainier and Princess Grace of
Monaco, Prince Juan Carlos
and Princess Sofia, the future
king and queen of Spain, and a
dozen other members of
European royalty.
Before the ball, 100 of the
guests dined in the palace.
Most of the 1,500 dancers
beneath the ballroom's six
glittering chandeliers were
people who weren't invited to
the wedding in Westminster
Abbey. Because of the Abbey's
size, that list, too, is limited to
1,500.
The pre-dawn breakfast was
the 25-year-old bridegroom-to-
be's second champagne
nightcap in 24 hours.
Early Monday, at a
bachelor's dinner given at a
West London restaurant by
Phillips' colleagues in the
Dragoon Guards, Phillips
downed a bottle of champagne
in three minutes after the
owner of the restaurant
promised a case free if the
captain handled a whole bottle
in one go.
The officers went on to
finish off the case in addition
to a dozen bottles of wine and
liqueurs. "We lost count after a
while," one of the revellers said
later.
Phillips had roast duck

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CHICAGO The first
great blow in Gary Cohen's
young life came three years
ago, and death was hard to
understand.
His mother died of cancer.
The second crushing blow
came five months ago. His
15-year-old sister. Janice,
accidentally shot herself
while handling a gun in the
family weapons collection.
She was paralyzed from her
chin down.
His father, Philip, 38,
lonely and pained since his
wife's death, was plunged
into a mood of despair. He
went to the hospital every
day and often sat by the
girls's bedisde throughout the
night.
Blow No. 3 came last
Friday. Gary walked into his
father's bedroom and found
him dead shot with on*- of
the weapons from the
collection. Nearby was a note
telling of his agony since the
death of his wife and the
accident that crippled his
daughter.
Monday was Veteran's Day
and Gary had the day off
from school. He was alone in
the basement apartment.
Police say he went to the
weapons collection, took
down a 12-guage shotgun,
aimed the muzzle at his head
and hooked a toe up against
the trigger.
At the age of 13, little
Gary was dead.
Sol Cohen spoke painfully
of his grandson: "A child
doesn't see that there can be
a future. He thinks the world
disappears with one tragic
act. '
Said a neighbour, Philiv
Saltz: "The family has had
just one tragedy after
another.


AS A TEENAGER. Capt. Mark Phillips set his school
record in the long jump, 14 feet 9 inches. It was nothing
compared to the step he takes in Westminster Abbey
tomorrow when he marries Princess Anne.
The tall, dark and handsome commoner enters Britain's
royal family circle at age 25 with impressive credentials,
among them an Olympic gold medal for horsemanship,
some distinguished ancestry, and the kind of personality
any girl could show off to mother.
Phillips never smokes and drinks rarely.
Friends describe Phillips as dedicated, hard working, not
the worrying kind, and self-effacing, with a "quiet sense of
fun."
They are all qualities he will need to draw on heavily
from tomorrow.His life will never be the same.
Marrying into loyalty has its problems, from the silly to '
the serious.
Phillips won't be able to tell jokes about his mother in
law, or listen to them either, in public anyway.
Royal protocol dictates that his wife must decide which
of his friends can be introduced to her and when they are,
she must speak first.
Christmases will be spent with her parents, not his. Royal
considerations will determine the names of their children,
the time and place of their holidays, the shape of their
careers, the extent of their privacy.
Through school, Phillips excelled at athletics but was
never known as an intellectual.
Phillips is 6 feet 2 inches tall and follows a spartan diet
of meat and green vegetables to stay in trim. (AP).


date for


Officials called off the shot
until at least Friday, but
Schneider said chances of a
launch on that date are slim.
If the Saturn has to be
moved ac to me nangar ior
major repairs or replacement,
the delay could be a month or
more.
The cracks on the support
beams, like those on the fins.


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range between an inch and 2V2
inches long.
It is believed they were
caused by a combination of
salt air corrosion and stresses
placed on the rocket during
testing.
Officials said that metal
fatigue might be a factor
because of the eight-year-old
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dumped into his lap twice, and
the party reportedly ended
with a spree of furniture and
glass smashing and an hour of
song. Diners in the next room
complained until they heard
whose party it was.
"I can't remember too much'
"bout it, but it was a splendid
evening said Phillips' best man,
Capt. Eric Grounds.
He paid the $500 bill -
"two months'pay:'-
S- If it weren't for Sir
William Griffith, Princess Anne
and Capt. Mark Phillips
wouldn't be quite so close.
Debrett's. the true blues'
Who's Who, has traced the
family trees of Anne and Mark
back to a common leaf- an
obscure and long-forgotten
Welsh Knight named William.
Sir William's first marriage
leads down the years to Anne,
says Debrett's, and his second.
to Mark.
Conclusion: the young
couple are 13th cousins, three
times removed.
Capt. Phillips, the
25-year-old son of a sausage
tycoon, counts among his
ancestors a coal miner, a
greengrocer and the inventor of
the valve water closet, an
ancient lavatory. (AP).

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Tuesday, November 13, 1973


I EDITORIAL


An exercise in memory

B ETIENNE DUPUCH
THE HOTEL industry in the Bahamas is in trouble.For reasons
already known to Tribune readers the hotels have been losing
money for a long time.
What has happened to the Sonesta Beach Hotel is, in some
measure, also true of some other hotels in the island.
At this time there should also be concern in the Bahamas
because of persistent reports at the airport in Miami that a major
airline operating in the Miami-Nassau and Miami-Freeport services
may discontinue flights on these routes.
Formerly a profitable operation, the airlines are now losing too
much money to continue much longer on these routes.
And I repeat today a warning I sounded before they became
involved ... the Bahamas government is going to lose the public's
shirt in their venture into aviation. A significant fact is that no
new hotels have been built in Nassau for several years and there
has been serious talk for some time now of the possibility of at
least two major hotels being obliged to close down, at least for
the sumner months, because of the poor type of tourist now
visiting Nassau.
In spite of this grave situation the Hotel Labour Union in
Nassau is now demanding shorter working hours and an increase
in wages of 30 to 100 percent for hotel employees ... and other
fringe benefits as well.
In a way ... this demand is understandable because of the
increased cost of essentials as a result of new taxes imposed by
the government and the rising cost of goods in countries from
which the Bahamas imports its supplies.
But how do you reconcile a situation in which an employer is
losing money and his employees need more money to meet the
steadily rising cost of living. It is clear that a business cannot live
for any extended time on losses.
This is not a question for me to answer. I will not even try. I
will leave it to the government to face a problem that they have
been largely responsible for creating.
Today I am going to recall a name ... and then do an exercise in
memory.
Over thirty years ago the late George Murphy made a
prediction. He predicted that when labour unionism entered the
hotels that would be the beginning of the end of the hotel
industry.
You may recall that, in the early days of unionism in the
Bahamas, hotel workers were not allowed to unionize.
But this restriction could not last for long.
In several Caribbean islands today governments are vainly
trying to forbid unionism in certain areas of life and enterprise.
But this is dynamite. For good or ill, these governments cannot
repair attitudes among the people that they themselves helped to
create. They are now reaping the poison they sowed.
An interesting fact is that several members of the government
were former labour leaders. It is particularly significant that the
Hon. Clifford Darling, Minister of Labour, was an active and
really likeable labour leader. Today he is probably the most
disliked member of government among the ranks of labour. They
feel that they have been betrayed. On the other hand, Ministers
are feeling for the first time how the shoe pinches when they don
the mantle of public responsibility.
Who was George Murphy?
George Murphy was an Irish-American who came to Nassau
early in the "bootleg" industry. This was in 1919.
1 got to know George Murphy well. He told me that before
coming to Nassau to establish and become manager of the
Bahama Islands Import & Export Co., he was engaged in many
promotional enterprises in the U.S. His last job was manager cf a
travelling show. The show went broke in Minnesota. They didn't
have money to pay the performers and other bills and so he took
a last look at the pile of equipment in the show and walked away
... looking for another job.
That job landed him in Nassau where he immediately became
an important person. lie was the man with money in an island
where money was scarce. At that time life was simple and people
were contented in poverty because they knew no other way of
life.
****8*** *
To give you some idea of how remote the Bahamas was at that
time from movements in the outside world, I can tell you that,
although I was the editor of this newspaper, I had not heard
about the passage of the eighteenth Amendment to the US.
constitution introducing the great social experiment of
prohibition to the American people.
I can recall only one Bahamian group that had heard about it
... and, having heard about it, recognized its possibilities for the
Bahamas economy. This was the firm of Pinder Collins & Brown
which was formed to take advantage of this opportunity.
Mr. Collins happened to be an American who had come to
Nassau some years earlier and had married into the influential
Hion. D. A. Brice family. He was in the sponge business ... and was
said at the time to be bordering on bankruptcy. Mr. Collies had
married into the vast estate opposite The Tribune Shirley Street.
Mr. Pinder had also married one of the Brice sisters and so Collins
and Pinder were brothers-in-law.
The Hon. John Brown, a vigorous member of the Legislative
Council, was the son of Sir Joseph Brown, an Englishman who
had settled in Nassau, married a Bahamian woman when his
English wife died, and operated a jewellery store on the corner of
Bay and Frederick Streets where the Lightbourn brothers now
have a pharmacy. John Brown was the issue from the first
marriage.
Joseph Brown went into politics and ended up as President of
the Legislative Council.


An interesting story of Bahamian attitudes was told about how
he became President of the Legislative Council. He was in line for
this appointment but the propaganda was raised that this man
was not a Bahamian and so he should not be given this political
plum.
Until the constitution was changed in 1i64 to reduce the
position of governor to a glorified rubber stamp, the governor was
the Chief Executive of the Colony. And so he had to court the
support of the House of Assembly who controlled "the purse
strings of the Colony".
As it happened, the governor received an appointment to
another Colony at this time. And so he delayed the appointment
until just before he boarded the ship to leave the Colony. He then
appointed this "foreigner" to the Presidency of the Legislative
Council ... and the House could not do anything about it because
the new governor came to them with clean hands.
If you look at the pictures of Presidents of the Legislative
Council and now the Senate on the walls of the corridor
outside the Senate Chamber, you will see that they are all
Bahamians with the exception of Joseph Brown and James
Jarrett.
Mr. Jarrett came to the Colony during the administration of
the Hon. Sir Bede Clifford. He came as Attorney General but Sir
Bede was a clever wheeler-dealer. He had known Mr. Jarrett i.-
another Colony and recognized him as the kind of man he needed
in taxing the island's legislators. And so he made him Colonial
Secretary with a seat in the Legislative Council. I don't remember
now the set of circumstances that created the opening but Sir
Bede later shoved him into the Presidency for a short time.
Soon after Sir Bede left the Bahamas to become governor of
Mauritius, Mr. Jarrett returned to the Judiciary as a Chief Justice


Tomorrow is Princess An


"DO COME TO THE WEDDING" that was the general invitation to the four corners of the
wordd for tomorrow's wedding of Princess Anne, only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II to Captain


Mark Phlips, 1st Queen's Draoon Guards.
No previous Royal occasion away, yet able to watch and
has been so accessible to listen to the ceremony in
people thousands of miles Westminster Abbey as it is


PRINCESS ANNE shown with her mother Queen
Elizabeth II as she arrived for the opening of the British
Parliament recently In the Irish State Coach.

in another Colony where he was knighted and died of cancer.
Talk about memory. Boy ... I started to tell you about George
Murphy and went right off the rail in another direction.
It all relates because, in the beginning, it was only the group in
America represented by Mr. Murphy and the newly created frm
of Pinder, Collins & Brown who knew what prohibition was all
about.
I told you that Collins was in the sponge business. So was Mr.
Pinder. Mr. Brown owned the New Ice House, a large building
immediately west of where Mademoiselle is located on lIay
Street, just below Frederick Street. He sold groceries and liquor
by the wholesale. The reason for the name of this business was
that Mr. Brown imported blocks of ice from Jacksonville, brought
to Nassau in large sailing vessels. Whenever a shipment of ice
arrived ... Bahamian families could have ice cream for Sunday
dessert. It wasn't until years later that Harold E. M. Johnson gave
Nassau its first ice plant, located behind his house on the large
property on Shirley Street which is now the Grosvenor Close
apartments. Finally the government built a large ice plant with
bootleg revenue.
*******
Both these firms were so far ahead of everyone else in Nassau
I don't mention the Out Islands because they were then
completely "out of this world" ... that each company brought a
steamer load of American Rye Whisky to Nassau to start the
"bootleg" industry.
American Rye was the favourite American drink. And so these
two firms led the market throughout this "trade" in smuggling
liquor into the U.S.
Of all the millionaires created by this trade ... these four men
apparently became the richest of them all.
Interesting fact is that these fortunes have disappeared.
The Murphy fortune has left misery in its trail.
The Collins fortune almost disappeared while he was an
invalid in the mansion he built on the extensive Brice lands on
Shirley Street with his liquor fortune. This building is now the
headquarters of the Ministry of Education.
It was strange how Mr. Collins suffered his accident. He was
driving on the Western Road to a picnic with friends somewhere
in the Cable Beach area. For years he had been estranged from his
wife. He lived on the eastern side of the big house, she on the
western side, and their paths never crossed. His only companion
was a black poodle. The dog was in the car with him and was
sniffing around trays of food on the back seat. Mr. Collins looked
back to try to control the dog. In this second he lost control of
the car. He smashed into a tree. Although he lived for several
years ... he was confined to bed and never walked again.
After his death his wife sold the vast estate to an enterprising
group of Bahamians headed by Harold Saunders of the Nassau
Shop. Now thousands of people live in this area and it is one of
the big shopping centres in the island. Mrs. Collins built a
charming bungalow on east Bay Street, a short distance east of
Fowler Street, with a small garden in front. The Collins' had two
children, a son and a daughter. They're all dead with the
exception of the daughter. Ralph junior left twin daughters.
The Pinder fortune has also disappeared. His son Brice Pinder
represented Long Island in the House of Assembly for one term
and he introduced Pepsi Cola to Nassau. He built the building in
which this business was located. The Pinder's daughter, Mrs.
Virginia Berry, owned the Old England Store, bought from
Charles Lofthouse, a composer and creator of Goombay music
in the Bahamas and also an uncle of Sir Stafford Sands. This
business was located in the western lower floor of the Prince
George Hotel on Bay Street. Both Brice Pinder and his sister are
now living in Florida. But the money is gone. She married an
American who left Nassau and died suddenly in the U.S. of a
mysterious disease. They had a son who married the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Norman Straton an English couple whose only son
was killed while flying a fighter plane in action in France during
the second world war. The doctor and his wife, who had spent
most of their lives in the Bahamas, returned to England after the
war and died there.
The John Browns had no children and all record of then has
disappeared. A half-brother by the second marriage is still living.
But no fortune. The story of the Murphy fortune is the most
interesting of all. It has left a trail of misery and confusion in its
wake. And the only trace of George Murphy today is a small
headstone on the hillside in St. Arine's churchyard ... few people
know where it is located and I think it is correct to say that no
one cares.
I started out to write a single article about George Murphy who
had a great impact on the Bahamas economy during a changing
period in the life of the Bahamas. And here I have filled this
column with extraneous material without even getting dowr. to
the subject.
Now I think it is all interesting. And I want to get the story
written because I am probably the only person left who can pull
the threads together to weave a clear pattern.

Tomorrow I will write the story I started to write today ... that
is, if I don't go out on another tangent.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Time goes, you say? Oh no!
Alas Time stays, we go
HENRY DOBSON


broadcast live to a world-wide
radio and television audience
estimated at five hundred
million.
The cameras will be
recording the pageantry of the
day hours before the actual
ceremony. The armed services
will be marching to line the
p recessional route from
Buckingham Palace to the
Abbey. The Queen's Guard of
the First Battalion the Irish
Guards with its regimental
band will be mounted in the
Palace forecourt, together with
a Sovereign's escort of the
Household Cavalry, and -a
Captain's escort with the
standard of the Household
Cavalry will be forming in the
Palace Quadrangle to escort the
bride's carriage.
Meanwhile at the Abbey,
detachments of the Yeoman of
the Guard and the Honourable
Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms
will be forming to escort the
processions, while detachments
of the first Battalion the
Queen's Dargoon Guards, the
King's Hussars, and the
Worcestershire and Sherwood
Foresters regiments will be
lining the pathway to the great
West Door.
With all those uniforms
providing a colourful,
traditional backdrop the scene
wvll be set for the almost fairy
tale quality of the coach
procession which will leave the
Palace at 11 o'clock GMT.
The first coach, the Scottish
State coach built in 1830, will
carry the Queen, the bride's
grandmother Queen Elizabeth
the Queen mother and two of
her three brothers, Prince
Charles of Wales heir to the
throne, and Prince Andrew the
youngest of the family.
Prince Edward aged nine, isto
be the only page at the wedding
and there will be one
bridesmaid, Lady Sarah
Armstrong Jones. She is also
aged nine, the bride's cousin
and daughter of Princess
Margaret and Lord Snowdon.
After the Queen's coach will
come the Irish State coach,
Queen Alexandra's State coach
and three State Landaus
carrying other members of the
Royal family before the bride's
procession leaves the Palace
with Princess Anne and her
father. Prince Phillip, Duke of


Edinburgh, in the so-called
glass coach.
TEN COACHES
There will be ten coaches in
the procession and what a
cavalcade of elegance it will be,
of scarlet and gold, of
postilions and coachmen and
footmen, all arrayed in a range
of Stike dress scarlet coats or
waistcoats or breeches, wigs,
buckled shoes, gold laced top
hats and white stockings.
The exact dress of a
particular coachman or
postilion had particular social
significance in the nineteenth
century when, for example, the
Scottish State coach was
described as a town coach for
its original owner, Princess
Mary Adelaide, Duchess of
Teck, who was the mother of
the late Queen Mary and
great-great-grandmother of
Princess Anne.
All the coaches will be
drawn by Windsor Greys -


n's big

splendid sturdy horses
belonging to the Queen and
many of them named by her to
commemorate her overseas
visits. The four which will pull
the glass coach are Rio,
Santiago, Beaufort and
Frobisher, and among others in
the procession will be Syndey,
Canberra and Niagara. All will
carry gleaming brass rosettes
and drapes.
NEW TRADITION
Princess Anne's four horses
will wear mane dressings of
silver lame, which were first
used for her mother's silver
wedding celebrations in 1972.
That's the way traditions are
established for the other
horses will have the crimson
dressings always used in the
past.
While the procession is
making its way through the
crowded streets, bedecked with
flags and bunting (seats in
windows over-looking the
route have sold for thirty-five


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Twelve hundred guests will
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Princess George of Hanover
(brother-in-law and sister of
Prince Philip, Duke of
Edinburgh). Princess
Margareita of Hohenlohe-Lang-
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and her son and
daughter-in-law, the Prince and
princess of Hohenlohe-Langen-
burg, the Margrave and
Margravine of Baden, Prince
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Yugoslavia and Prince and
Princess Alexander of
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Hostess' invitation


impossible to swallow

By Abigail Van Buren
1973 y Chica. Tritune-N. Y. News Synd., ltn
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have socialized with
the same group of married couples for about 30 years.
Recently one of the women called to invite my daugh-
ter, son in law, and me to a supper at her home. She made
it a point NOT to mention my husband, so I mentioned him.
She said, "Well, maybe Louis had better not come because
a few of the women have told me that it spoils their
appetites to watch him eat." [My husband has Parkinson's
disease and he shakes a lot, but I always help him when he
eats.]
I told this woman that since she is the hostess she can
invite anyone she wants to her home, and then I asked her
which women she had reference to.
Of course she wouldn't tell me, so I stayed home, and
so did my daughter and son in law.
I have decided to wash my hands of that whole group.
Do you think I am wrong? MRS. L. S.
DEAR MRS. S.: I'd have washed my hands of the
hostess, but until I learned who [if any others shared her
views, I wouldn't have written off the entire group.
DEAR ABBY: Will you please print an open letter to
some friends of ours? I'm sure it could apply to many of
your readers:
DEAR BOB AND RUTH: [Not your real names.]
I write this out of concern for your health and my
own. You impressed us as being fun-loving, intelligent
people who would not intentionally hurt anybody. But you
were both apparently unaware that your smoke was ex-
tremely irritating to me. I am allergic to tobacco smoke.
This morning I have a raw throat and irritated sinuses,
which will take several days to clear up.
If you had asked politely: "Does anybody mind if we
smoke?" I would have said: "Yes, I'm sorry, but I'm
allergic to tobacco smoke. Thank you for asking."
But you gave me no such opportunity. So I had only
three choices: To leave, to stay and suffer [which I did],
or to make an issue of it by pointing out your thought-
lessness in the presence of others.
I did not want to embarrass you-or the Smiths, since
it was their party, so I suffered silently and hoped you
would eventually notice that I was trying desperately to
wave away the smoke and escape its poisonous effects.
Perhaps the next time you are with nonsmokers-
whether they call attention to their discomfort or not-
you will be more considerate.
Please believe me when I say that my husband and I
found you a delightful couple with whom we would be
happy to share a smokeless evening. K. J. G.


DEAR K. J. G.: If those ar
sent up some effective smoke sil

CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


ACROSS


1. Sole of a plow
6. Soapstone
10. Card suit
11. Winglike
12. Muttonfish
13. Bill of fare
14. Epochs
15. Stocky horse
17. Roam about
18. Deposit
19. Detach
21. Legal thing
22. Positive


23. Entrance
25. Excavate
26. Camelopards
28. Chatter
31. Sprinted
32. Family member
33. Antidote
34. Human race
36. Compact
38. Bristle
39. Tribulations
40. Merganser
41. Platform


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4. Two spots
1. Spread 5. Bar legally
outward 6. Cap
7. Sour vinegar
5 7 9 8. Woolly
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10. Medical fluids
S- 12. Lamprey
16. Ground
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21. Kiwi
23. Crown
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30. Flower plot
33. Rough steep
rock
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Royal wedding to be watched by 500 million


From Page 3
Queen Anne-Marie of Greece,
Prince Rainier and Princess
Grace of Monaco, Crown
Princess Beatrix and Prince
Claus of the Netherlands,
Crown Prince and Crown
Princess Harald of Norway.
Prince and Princess Juan Carlos
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and servants from the Royal
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childhood.
TENTH BRIDE
Princess Anne will be only
the tenth Royal bride to be
married in Westminster Abbey
in more than 800 years. The
first was Princess Matilda of
Scotland, married to King


I *


Henry 1st on November 1lth,
1100. History records many
Royal marriages "at
Westminster" but these did
not necessarily take place in
the Abbey. Seven of the nine
recorded marriages have taken
place this century, the first in
1919 of Princess Patricia,'
daughter of the Duke of
Connaught, to Rear Admiral


Sir Alexander Ramsay.
The ceremony will be
conducted by the Archbishop
of Canterbury, Dr. Michael
Ramsey, on his 69th birthday
and two relatives of the Royal
family who are clergymen will
take part in the service:
Princess Anne's Godfather, the
Reverend Andrew Elphinstone,
and Captain Phillip's uncle, the


Bishop of Maidstone. The
actual ceremony and service in
the Abbey are expected to last
about forty minutes and the
bridal carriage procession will
then travel the same route back
to Buckingham Palace where
there will be a wedding
breakfast for some 150 guests
in the Ball Supper Room.


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SANTA CLA'tS Swi hatie
fewer Christmas lights i ,ii
him on his w:iy this eai
Chambers of tiColn!n .w '
cancelling Christmnas ,hin.i
contests and i'erh 1i art
cutting back on eleclti display
in an ettori to c'nse'ICe ci'r5
this Y ul -. c s o n
according to an \,sst ,l titccd
Press surve\.
For the fins ti.'I wthe
national (Chiistna, tCil' oll thie
White House ellipse s ill bte a
live tree, a 40-(1loot ol,tr id('
blue spruce. I le Nitional l'ark
Service says it will cut back by
80 percent the 100.000 atits
usually used to light the1 t'i
the pageant o peac.Le andi t
trees o tlhe states.
The tradtjiional tree in
Rockefeller cciile in N\ es
York ('itv ill have 25 percent
fewer lights in its,, brnchcs, and
the hours it is lighted also
be cut back 25 percent, a
spokesman said
IndependCence,. thio. will
hlang holiday lights atl'ng t\v.
blocks instead of 30 blocks
and several Ohio ominties are
foregoing the usual (Chrlistilas
S decoration of c'ourtholuses.


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THIFRLE could be no
better lime than Be Kind To
A nilmals Week (until
November 18) to adopt a pet
kitten. like this one held by
little Wendy Duke, from the
Bahamas Humane Society in
(liippinghiain.


The society, which
sponsors Be Kind To Animals
Week annual, usually has
numerous puppies and kittens
and some grown dogs and
cats for adoption.
II you already have a cat.
b)c sure that he has all the
n ecessities for his comfort
a proper diet, plenty of fresh
Swatier, a comfortable place to
sleep away from draughts.
treatment for illnesses or
parasites. and plenty of
tender loving care.
During this Be Kind To
Animals Week, do a little
extra for your pet and others
by joining the Humane
Society and helping with
their work with animals
throughout the year.
Two major events of the
Blie Kind To Animals Week are
ilie dog show, held at
Governinent House grounds
last weekend, and the Fiesta.
scheduled for next Saturday
-it 7:30 p.m. at the Sonesta
Beach Hotel.
Little Wendy, one of
several children who help
with chores at the Humane
Society on Saturdays, is the
daughter of the Humane
Society s treasurer, Alan
DI)ke.


It's not Show a little

such a
such a kitten kindness

bright


Christmas


Airline director becomes AMBASSADOR
TO GIVE


honorary consul


-ASSOCIATION-

ELECTS

ITS NEW

OFFICERS
NEW officers for the
Business and Professional
Women's Association were
elected at the monthly meeting
of the association at the
Sonesta Beach Hotel.
Elected were: president
Barbara Pierre, Ist. vice
president Katherine Granger,
2nd. vice president Beryl
Higgs, secretary lne/
Barnett, assistant secretary
Kendolyn Cartwright.
Members to the executive
committee were thci
nominated and elected as
follows: Gwen Kelly; Sylvia
Cole-Tierney and Pauline
Allen.
At a subsequent meeting of
the executive, chairmen were
appointed of the various
standing committees. Pauline
Allen will head the finance
committee: Katherine Granger,
education: Janet Byles, public
relations:; Rosemary Christie.
legislative: Sylvia Cole-Tierney,
programme and Beryl lHiggs,
membership.
The next general meeting of
the association will be held at
The Sonesta IHotel onl
November 16, at 8 p.mni
Plans for the installation
dinner scheduled for November
21 at the Sonesta Hotel will be
discussed, together with the
itinerary for the week long visit
of the president of the
International Federation of
Business and Professional
women, Mrs. Nazla L. Dane, to
the Bahamas.
Mrs Dane will stay at the
Britannia Beach Hlotel where a
press conference will be held
on November 2 1.
During her week here. Ms
Dane will conduct the formal
installation of officers and
bestow honorary membership
in the association upon Lady
Caroline Butler and Mrs.
Marquerite Pindling, as well as
paying an official call upon the
Prime Minister, Mr. Pindling.
and touring the island of New
Providence.
Peerage
in decline
LONDON The British
peerage is in decline. Dukes.
viscounts and earls are thinner
on the ground than they used
to be, and Britain's foremost
nobility-watcher wants Queen
Elizabeth II to do something
about it.
Fifty titles have been wiped
out in the last ten years,
reducing the ranks of the
peerage to tn21 The toll
includes two dukedonis,
Windsor and Leeds, a
marquisate, five earldoms and
ten viscountcies.
"With no new blood, the
hereditary elements of the
peerage are gradually
diminishing," wrote Patrick W.
Montague-Smith, editor of
Debrett, the guide to the
British titled classes. (AP)


M. J. (I.R'%lI Y, Pan Am's
Bahamas managing director,
has been appointed by Prince
Rainier Ill honorary consul of
the principality of Monaco in
the Bahamas, and has been so
recognized .f1i. i il,. by the
Ministry of External fairss on
behalf of H.F. tile (Governor
General.
Mr. Gurney is well-qualified
for this appointment, having
served for 14 Nears as Pan Am's
director for the Nice France
district, whluich includes
Monaco. Monte (arlo. capital
of Monaco is only a .tli-iilnuiti
drive from the Nice-Cote
d'Azur International Airport.
During his term of service
Paln Am in the South of
France, Mr. Gurney, who now
resides at Cable Beach. Nassau
became well acquainted with
Prince Rainier and his
Amnerican-born wile, the
Princess G;race, ais well as with
\ .ill, all thie leading
gos eirnment officials .and
1usi iCessmilen e 1l of tile tiny
ildependenl ,atiltc.
\lonaco is little more thanll ;i
hailt-mile square e in .ri.i, lairgel
known 1fo its world-anionis
(Cisno and its pa.lace. uit it is
prosperous beyond its si/c and
.'3.400-population, having 18
banks. 57 real estate agencies,
I I construction flrmls and


POWS 'recover


WASHINGTON Defence
(ii 1-; say former I S. war
pri owners have recovered
"exceptionally well'" ron the
physical and emotional effects
ot their captivity, with nearly
80 per cent of them i bak oni
military duty.
"They camie through better
than we expected." one official
salad in discussing recently
anallysed results of imdicai ain d
pschi atric examinations and
treatmilent since release oit 5o(,
A Ine iLanI IaPos t i o in
('omnintuinist Vietniamese prisons
last Februtars iand SMar th
"So tar. thex appcii l bhe


haindiin the si
well.'" he added.
are back in the
Officials empha
date, Imore than
letiurned Navy ai
pilots have been r
ily ing.
lIast Spring
med ical authorities


spreading into France far
beyond its borders.
The French town of
Beausoleil is contiguous with
the principality and provides
many of its market places and
S low-rent apartments.
Cap d'Ail is a French suburb
to the West and several other
French towns complete what
amounts to a large bi-national
i .. community.
Monaco, says Mr. Gurney,
provides an ideal holiday
destination for Bahamians,
easily reached by Pan Am. It
offers hotel accommodations
in all price brackets, including
the 320-room Holiday Inn, the
100-room Hotel Mirabeau, the
glamorous Hotel de Paris, and
in Monte many others. Loew's Hotels,
with Louise who operate the Paradise
i tourism Island and Villas here, will
of tourism
ipality of open an ultra-modern Monte
ig facilities Carlo vacation and convention
iting Monte centre in 1975, including a
660-room luxury hotel.
Monte Carlo, Mr. Gurney
registered adds, offers the Bahamian
traveller sand beaches, golf
explained by courses, tennis, water sports,
ue political ideally temperate climate (the
gn monarchy, temperature does not drop
by France as below 47 degrees F in winter
I 1; partly by nor rise above 79 degrees F in
e policy: and July), and easy access to the
pi an famous French snow-ski
is the core of resorts.
metropolis "The charming atmosphere
S )f this little country has to be
A'*T I experiencede d to be
w e l l appreciated," Mr. Gurney says.
"A Customs union with
luation very France eliminates all frontier
"These men controls between the two
mainstream." countries, so a Bahamian
sized that to visitor who passes French
half of the customs and immigration
ld Air Force formalities when his Pan Am
r,',.m i..d for jet lands at Nice can move
freely in and out of Monte
Carlo without further delays
Pentagon during his stay on the Riviera,"
,s said all 566 Mr. Gurney concluded.


freed I' iv S showed signs
during preliminary check-ups
that they have suffered "stress
reactionil including
depression. after coming home.


THANKSGIVING

MESSAGE
ALTHOUGH Thanksgiving is
not strictly a part of the
Bahamas' history it has
traditionally been observed by
Bahamians with religious
services and special activities
because of the large number of
Americans who visit here.
The United States
Ambassador, Ronald Spiers.
will deliver President Nixon's
Thanksgiving message
November 22 at an ecumenical
service in Nassau's Roman
Catholic Cathedral, St.
Francis Xavier on West Street.
The Aglican Christ Church
Cathedral will also hold a
special morning service for the
benefit of American residents
and visitors.
In addition, several of the
major hotels in Nassau and
Freeport will be organizing
special activities and having
turkey dinners with all the
trimmings for their guests.
The Halcyon Balmoral
Beach Hotel on Cable Beach
will be repeating its
Thanksgiving display this year.
The display features a
decorated Bahamian surrey
one of many that take tourists
on easy-going tours around
picturesque Nassau replete
with suckling pig, turkeys and
attendants dressed in early
American clothing.
The Balmoral will also be
holding several Thanksgiving
dinners for its guests.
Other hotels giving turkey
dinners and light entertainment
include the Nassau Beach
Hotel, Paradise Island Hotel,
Holiday Inn and others.


1).EILS
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M. J. Gurney
Carlo conferring
Blanchi, director
for the princ
Monaco, regarding
for Bahamians vis
Carlo as tourists.

over 2.200
businesses.
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first recogni/ed I
independent in 15
its income-tax-fre
partly because it
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The Tribune will run a total of 30 photo ads showing a scene from
somewhere within Pan Am's travel system. Name the City or Scene and Country shown, using the picture
and answer blank included in each ad. After the final photo has run on November 17th, mail all 30 entries
(stapled or clipped together) to: Vacation, The Tribune, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas, You may
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fastened together.
Should you miss an edition of The Tribune with a Pan Am photo ad, back copies can be purchased at The
Tribune reception desk in The Tribune Building, Shirley Street, Nassau, or The Tribune office, 9B Kipling
Building, Freeport.
In case of a tie, the tie will be broken by additional photos not previously published. All entries must be
postmarked no later than midnight, Monday, November 19th, 1973.
Employees and their families of The Tribune, Pan American World Airways and their advertising agencies,
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Winner may choose round-trip for two
to any one of the following 26 European
Cities served by Pan Am.


AMSTERDAM
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BELGRADE
BERLIN
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COPENHAGEN
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GLASGOW
HAMBURG
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C 12500
NOTICE is hereby give-ci l;i
ANTHONY SPRINGER '
Gov't Compound Eight Mlev
Rock G.B. is applying to the.
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizen-hp,
for registration as a cit zen ow
'The Bahamas. and rha a'n.
person who knows any -ea;,
why registration should inot bsi
granted should send a w ttle:
and signed statement of tlh
facts within twenty-eitqht div
from the 6th day of No.v .
to The Minister respors .['i P :
Nationality and Citize-,mi: p
0. Box N7147. Nassai

C 12490
NOTICE is hereby give,
JACQUES BIEN-AIM
Romer Street, Fox H.P
Nassau, Bahamas is appvi: I ,,-
the Minister responsible
Nationality and C' .
for naturalization as a cit -
of The Bahamas, and that a,,'
person who knows any rtj, a,-
-why naturalization should
be granted should seni ,
written and signed st'a e
of the facts wS i hI
twenty-eight days fro-n t, ,
day of November 1973 0
M in sister responsible
Nationality and ( i .
0. Box N7147, Nassaua

C12491
NOTICE is hereby g n 'i -
WALTER HANCL
Brougham St. rji.,
Bahamas, is applv ri *; 't
M i n ister tesp.nsibl ,,
Nationality and (
for registration as as cit;
The Bahamas, and th. a
person who knows sany e-.
why registration should i
granted should send a wit t
and signed statements -.
facts within twenty--iqh .
from the 6th day of Nov.. ..--
1973 to The M;: ,
responsible for Natonjit' a, :
Citizenship P. O. -Ho r
Nassau.

C 12492
NOTICE is herebyy gve-, -
KENNETH ASiTo,
HUGGINS of P. .
N-3702, Nassau. .,, '
applying to the s.'pt
responsible for Nationalits r
Citizenship,, for registrar .r !
a citizen of The Bdhaai.js, aIj
that any person who 1i-.,"-.-.
any reason why ieg-,t;i
should not be granted 1h:,io,--i
send a written and siqrge.'
statement of the facts with,
twenty-eight days from th, 6Hthi
day of November, 1973 to Tht
Mi n ister responsible fIA
Nationality and Citizen--
0. Box N7147. Nassau.

C 12498
NOTICE is heretD, ;, -
OSIE ELAINE I ORB o-
Grape, Grand B h-t "m
appyling to the M5 *-
responsible for Nalini. v ,j ;
Citizenship, for reqistraTioi :.
a citizen of The Bah ,u i .. .;i
that any person who i n .i..-
any reason why regt,.: -,:
should not be granted
send a written and ,ia
statement of the facts
twenty-eight days frno-, th -
day of November 197 ,
Minister responsible
Nationality and Citize'ns
0. Box N7147, Nassau


C 12488
NOTICE is hereby qg, "
DORSETT ALEX of 0.,
Town, Andros is .ppiy .
the Minister responsible
Nationality and Citb rs
for naturalisation as a c;tz.c
of The Bahamas. and tthn Ijt
person who knows any reo
why naturalisation should nut
be granted should send
written and signed statement
of the facts with-
twenty-eight days from the Gtri
day of November 1973 to I.
Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P
0. Box N7147, Nassau

C12477
NOTICE is hereby given that
FRANCES BRUCE MILLER
of Lyford Cay, Nassau.
Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible foi
Nationality and Citizenship.
for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason
why registration should not be
granted should send a written
and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days
[frm the 6th day of November
1973 to The Ministei
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship P. 0. Box N7147.
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The Christian Book Shop 5.8744

BUILDERS MENS' CLOTHING
Richard's ConstructionS-7080 The Wardrobe 5-5599


CAMERAS MUIC
John Bull 2.4252/3 Cody's Records 2-8500

CARPETS PTICI
Lee's Carpet Craft 3-1993 Optical Service Ltd. 2-3910/1

CaSTOMS BROKERS PLUMBERS
Sunshine Plumbing
Martin's 2-3173 Maintenance Service 5-6251

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

DRAPERIES PROPERTY CLEAN-UP
Lee's Carpet Craft 3.1993 Gonzalez Clean-Up Service
3-1562/2-4726

DRUGS &
PRESCRIPTIONS RADIO & T.V. SALES
Carter's Records 2-4711
McCartney's 5-6068/5-2127


FLOOR MAINTENANCE RUBBER STAMPS
Rug Cleaning & Installation Wong's Rubber Stamp
Island Interiors 5-3576/4-2191 Co. 5-4506

GARDEN & PET SPORTS
SUPPLIES -SP-.01.
-- Champion Sport Land 2-1862
Modernistic 2-2868

HARDWARE TRAVEL
John S.PGeorge 2-8421/6 laytours 2-2931/7
John S. George 2-8421/6 R. H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7

HEALTH FOODS TRUCKING SERVICE
Nassau Drug Store 5-4506 Gonzalez Trucking
3-1562/2-4726
DRY CLEANING WRECKER SERVICE

New Oriental Laundry 2-4406 Gibson Wrecker Service2-8896


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NOTlCE
C12618
NOTICE is hereby given that
NELLO KENNY SEALEY of
Savannah Sound, Eleuthera is
applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows
any reason why registration
should not be granted should
send a written and signed
statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the
13th day of November 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.

REAL ESTATE
C 12048
BUY A LOT
in EASTWOOD or
WINTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Carey
at 27667 or 24815
Frank Carey Real Esti te
Box N4764
Bay & Deveaux Sts.

C12564
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES
$75 DEPOSIT for 70 x 100
lot. Beach rights, priv. lake,
underground utilities. Priced
from $5800 and $80 monthly.
NO INTEREST CHARGES.
Tremendous savings. Call Pat
Rutherford at 4-1141 or
Morley & O'Brien at 2-3027 or
come to the Yamacraw Beach
Model Home any afternoon.

C12464
WESTERN GROVE 4
bedroom 2 bath house, fully
furnished, airconditioned, wall
to wail carpeting, beautifully
landscaped, completely walled
in with bearing fruit trees on
two lots. Can be seen by
appointment. $85,000. Phone
54684.


REAL ESTATE
C12627
FOR SALE COMMERCIAL
CITY PROPERTY
Marlborough Street opposite
British Colonial. Ground floor
has store. upper floor can be
used as mezzanine or
apartment. Gorgeous views -
approx. 2320 sq. feet. Asking
$100,000.00 ideal for
business. See anytime.
VACANT LOT Cunningham
Lane opposite Dolphin Hotel.
63 x 83. Ideal for parking,
apartment bidg, or home.
Asking $32,500.00.
DAMIANOS REALTY
COMPANY
22033, 22305 evenings 41197.


FOR RENT
C 12582
UNFURNISHED 4 bedroom 2
bath, aircbnditioned house
$325 per month. Phone 34527.

C 12579
COMPLETELY furnished one
bedroom apartment,
airconditioned, fully carpeted,
T.V. Antenna, automatic
washer and dryer. $200.00.
Phone 5-8512.
C12316
COTTAGES and apartment
daily, weekly or
monthly-airconditioned, fully
furnished, maid service
available. Lovely gardens and
swimming pool. Telephone
'31297, 31093.

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,
aircondit Phone 54631
between. and 5 p.m.


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C12552
THREE Bedrooms, 2 baths,
unfurnished house Johnson
Road Estates Phone 4.2193.


C 12503
NOTICE is hereby given tht'
LLEWELYN ALEX,. '- R
WILLIAMS of Eight Muc
Rock, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minii teo
responsible for Nationality -vc'
Citizenship, for registrti':
a citizen of The Bahamas. ad
that any person who knio .
any reason why register -
should not be granted sn ti
send a written and si,-:
statement of the fact* v, ith
twenty-eight days from the 't4
day of November 1973 he
Minister responsible 'o
Nationality and Citizr -hii, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C12589
1970 GALAXIE. Perfect
condition $1995.00. Phone
2-3301 Mrs. Hanna.

C12571
DAN KNOWLES TAXI
& BUS SERVICE LTD.
5-7704 5-7700
Church Avenue, Boyd
Subdivision 34686
1974 Cadillac 4 Door Sedan
Fleetwood Brougham
1971 Rambler 4 Door Sedan
1967 Ford 4 Door Sedan
1969 Pontiac 4 Door Sedan
C12528
1968 MUSTANG. Standard
ihift, radio. Dark blue with
black vinyl top. One owner,
sood condition. Call 7-7205.


CARS FOR SALE


CLd556
1968 FIREBIRD PONTIAC
400. Excellent condition. Will
accept nearest offer to $2500.
Phone 4.2460 after 3.

C 12603
ABC MOTORS
Budget-priced, A-1 used cars.
Best value for your money.

1973 CHEVEOLET NOVA,
automatic transmission, air
conditioned $4,800
1972 TOYOTA MARK II,
automatic transmission, radio
$3,200
1972 CHEVEOLET VEGA,
automatic transmission $3.300
1971 CHEVROLET MALIBU,
2-door, automatic transmission
$2,900
1972 FIAT 124 Sedan
standard $1,600
1972 MERCURY MONTEGO,
air conditioned, automatic
transmission $3.700

1971 FORD CAPRI, automatic
transmission $!,000

1971 DODGE AVENGER,
automatic transmission $800
1971 RAMBLER
AMBASSADOR, air
conditioned, automatic
transmission, radio $3,200
1970 CHEVROLET CAMERO,
automatic transmission. air
conditioned $ 2,200

1970 VAUXHALL VICTOR
STATION WAGON, 4-door
standard $800

1971 TOYOTA STATION
WAGON, standard $1,300

1970 FORD CORTINA
SEDAN, standard $1,000

1970 VAUXHALL VIVA,
$400
1970 FORD ESCORT, $1,400
1970 FORD CAPRI, standard
$1,000


C12551
FURNISHED 3 bedroom 2
bath apartment -
airconditioned telephone -
on quiet street in Eastern
District. Call 34344.

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.

C12519
FURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment, Rosetta Avenue,
Palmdale. For information call
32036.

C 12604
OPPOSITE SCOTTISH
SHOP, Charlotte Street. Ideal
for store or office. Ample
parking. Immediate occupancy.
1476.

C12328
FURNISHED AND
AIRCONDITIONED 2
bedrooms, 1 bedroom and
efficiency apartments.
Telephone 5-8679.

C12574
3 BEDROOM 3 bath house
fully furnished. Eastern
waterfront with swim pool etc.
Tel: 41088.

C12624
WILLIAM'S COURT
APARTMENTS 2 one
bedroom furnished apartments,
airconditioned. Call daytime
2-2152.

C12630
2 BEDROOM apartment on
top Winton Highway,
tnagnificent views, private
balconies. $325 per month
including utilities, beautifully
furnished. Call 21631 or 2.

C12629
ONE BEDROOM COTTAGE,
Furnished Cable Beach.
$150 per month. Phone 5-5401
9 a.m. to 12.

C 12628
1 BEDROOM FURNISHED
APARTMENT Ansel
Building, Crawford Street,
Oakes Field with telephone.
$190 per month. Phone 3-4999
evenings.

SFORSALE
C12421
Munroe Calculator $100.00
Table $50.00
5 Desks at $150.00
Computer Printout Storage
Rack.
Call 2-7491-2-3 between 9 and
4:30.

C12581
HONDA 175 cc. 2 months old.
Excellent condition. Owner
leaving island. $750.00 O.N.O.
31297.

212387
WAREHOUSE and adjoining
vacant commercial lot.
Best offer. Phone 22098
5.358 1

C12609
ONE USED STAHL PIANO.
Very good condition. $325.00.
Call 56737.
C12607
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Persian
rugs, small; 2 Spanish mirrors,
19th Century Oil Portrait; odd
items English China, etc, etc.
2-2325.



C12324
COMPLETE range of artists'
supplies. Oils, acrylics, canvas,
easels, etc. Bahamian Paint
Supply Ltd., Bay Street. Phone
2-2386, 2-2898.




C12557
PARROT (MACAW) green
in back and yellow at front 3
feet long. Phone 5-3237.
Reward offered.


MIRS FO aiLE


FORD MAVERICK,
automatic transmission


1971 FORD ESCORT.
automatic transmission
$1,300
1969 FIAT 124, standard $800
1969 FORD CORTINA,
4-door standard $900
1969 FORD CORTINA,
4-door, automatic transmission
$1,100
1969 FORD FALCON,
automatic transmission $1,600


1970
2-door
$400


VAUXHALL VIVA,
automatic transmission


1969 FIAT 124, $700
1964 FORD GALAXIE, $300
1967 FORD STATION
WAGON, $250
1966 CHEVROLET
IM PALA, automatic
transmission, air conditioned
$400
1964 OLDSMOBILE, 2-door,
automatic transmission $400

1967 CHEVROLET II,
automatic transmission $400

ABC MOTORS
Collins Avenue
Phone 2-1031
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8 a.m.to 6 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

C12562

ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
USED CAR LIST


1967 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Auto. White


$1000


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

C 11894
1969 31ft. CHRIS CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours,
kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.

C12515
17 FOOT Wellcraft with 105
Chrysler outboard. Excellent
shape. Good for fishing or
skiing. Phone 22376 day or
42045 night. Ask for T.
Russell.

C12520
BERTRAM 25 ft., 2 Mercruiser
120 h.p., spare new outdrive
and many other spare engine
parts. Stern platform.
$4,000.00. Call Romora Bay
Club, Harbour Island.

C12513
25 FT. Bertram Hardtop Sedan
with twin 160 Mercruiser 1/0
engines in excellent condition.
New sun awning and fishing
chairs. 125 watt radio, head,
twin herths, galley.
$11,000.00. Phone 5-8512.

1 MEMORIAL
C12608


IN LOVING memory of my
loving sister, MRS. BEATRICE
JOHNSON, who departed this
life the 13th November 1971.
Gone but not forgotten
Sleep but not forever; at rest.
Left to mourn: Mrs. Louise
Newbold, Mrs. Emily Dames
and Miss Doris Sands, one
brother Mr. Bertram Rolle.


IN LOVING memory of
SARAH JOHNSON who
departed this life November
13th 1972.
Does Jesus care when my heart
is pained, too deeply for
mirth and song, As the
burdens press, and the cares
distress, And tho the way
grows weary and long? Oh
yes He cares I know He
cares, His heart is touched
with the grief when days and
weary nights dreary, I know
my Saviour cares. We love
you, but Jesus loves you
best.
Left to mourn: 3 sons, 16
grandchildren, 13 great grands,
3 adopted daughters, 2
adopted sons and a host of
relatives and friends.

PEARLENE & BEN.

ENTERTAINMENT
C12647


1968 PONTIAC STRATO
CHIEF $1100
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 Dr. Auto. Green $1450


1969 FORD GALAXIES
4 Dr. A/C
1970 CHEVELLE SS
A/C 2 Dr. Red
1968 VAUXHALL
VICTOR
1971 FORD PINTO
Brown Vinyl Auto.


$1500

$2600

$600

$1995


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


1970 MORRIS 1100
4 Dr. Std. White
1970 FIAT
4 Dr. Std. White
1970 HILLMAN MINX
S/W Std. Blue


$1000

$600

$1000


1969 VAUXHALL VIVA
2 Dr. Std. Green $1000


1969 VOLKSWAGEN
Green
1967 TRIUMPH
4 Dr. Std. Red


$1250

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Telephone 34636-7-8
Located Oakes Field
Opposite the Ice Plant


FRIENDLY
BIG AL COLLIE
Manages the new
BRIDE INN RESTAURANT
Directly across the bridge on
East Bay Street
Serving food and cocktails
For Information call 32077
Dress Casual.

SCHOOLS
C 12494
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8.30 amn. or after '1 p.m. or
35084 anytime.



C 12605
LET US look after your house
and pets. Dec./Jan
Professional couple. Phone
3-2221 afternoon.


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1970
2-door,
$2,600


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Tuesday, November 13, 1973


WANTED
C12617
SAILBOAT 18 25 ft.
Willing to pay $1,000 -
$1,800. Must have roomy
cabin. Call 54641.

i CARD OF THANKS
C12620













THE FAMILY of the late
ELIZA TINKER would like to
thank the many relatives and
friends who expressed their
sympahy during their
bereavement. Special thanks to
The Reverends, S3muel
Pinder, Kirk Culmer, C. C.
Curry and Mason and Mr. &
Mrs. Willie Thompson.
THE FAMILY

HELP WANTED
C12626
REQUIRED by the Lyford
Cay Club a proven professional
for the position of Club
Manager who is able to
administrate the day-to-day
operations of the club and
provide for long range
planning. Other qualifications
to include ability to supervise
all departments, and establish
and conduct a comprehensive
training programme. At' least 5
years experience in operating a
continental type restaurant and
hotel and ability to recruit
continental staff as required.
'Should be compatible with the
international members of the
club. Must have a record of
sound fiscal control and a solid
background of training and
education. Will be required to
meet and be approved as
,suitable by club's Executive
Committee. Bahamians only
.should reply in writing to:
Managing Director, Lyford Cay
Club, P. O. Box N-7776,
Nassau.


C12587
IBM BAHAMAS LIMITED has
an immediate opening for van
.driver-stock assistant.
,Applicants should be fairly
.intelligent, neat in appearance
.and of good character. For
further Information call
32351/4.


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I NELP WANTED
C12403
IBM DATA CENTRE
SERVICES
Has immediate position
available in Nassau.
SYSTEMS ENGINEER
Successful applicants will be
thoroughly 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-II 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.
C12602
BANK OF MONTREAL
(BAHAMAS & CARIBBEAN)
Limited has the following job
vacancies:-
MANAGER INTERNA-
TIONAL BRANCH
The applicant must be
knowledgeable in all aspects of
banking and have had specific
experience in the Foreign
Exchanges, Eurodollar Lending
& Funding, and Corporate
Credit Analysis. He will be
responsible for expanding the
Bank's International business
and should possess a solid
background of international
trade and marketing functions.
MANAGER NASSAU MAIN
BRANCH
The applicant must be
knowledgeable in all aspects of
branch banking with proven
experience in consumer and
commercial lending,
muIticurrency foreign
exchange business and general
branch management. Previous
experience should include
management of a branch with a
staff of at least 25. Interested
persons should forward their
resumes in confidence to the
Personnel Officer, P. 0. Box
N-7118, Nassau, Bahamas.
C12621
TAILOR wantql for Hepburn
Tailor Shop in John Street.
Please contact Mr. Roland
Hepburn between the hours
of 7 to 8 p.m. Monday to
Saturday.


C12595


PILOTS REQUIRED ATR
or Commercial and instruments
SEMEL mrn. 2,000 PIC multi
engine mmn. 1,000 including
500 Beech 18. BAHAMIANS
only need apply. Trans Island
Airways Ltd., airport counter.

C12622
Qualified Bahamian Chartered
of Certified Accountant with
hotel experience required as
Controller for luxury
medium-sized hotel in the
Cable Beach area. The
successful applicant will be
responsible for food and
beverage stock control, the
maintenance of accounting
records and procedures, and
the preparation of monthly
accounts. Interested applicants
should write in the first
instance to Messrs. Pannell
fitzpatrick and Co., Chartered
Accountants, P. 0. Box
N-4665, Nassau, Bahamas.
C12625
MARRIED couples required as
Managers and Assistant
Managers of Family Island
Resort Hotel and Power Plant
operation, commencing
December, 1973. Managers will
bear over-all responsibility for
operation of the hotel,
including dining room, bar,
dock facilities, water sports
facilities, and power plant.
They must be able to accept
total administrative and
operational responsibilities of
the business, including
maintaining company books
and records, purchasing,
inventory control and all office
work.
The Assistant Managers will
work with and report to the
Managers, and will be expected
to act as temporary managers
from time to time, during the
Managers' absence.
Housing and food provided,
but due to limited facilities
couples with small children
may not be acceptable. Salary
in both cases is negotiable
depending on experience.
Profit sharing plan available.
Candidates should forward
complete resume stating
educational background and
experience, with two
references from former
employers or character
references, to: Current Yacht
& Diving Club, Current,
Eleuthera.


C12613
CHEF with at least five years
experience of Continental and
American Cuisine. Knowledge
of all aspects of the operation
of hotel kitchen is essential,
together with a proven ability
to supervise all kitchen staff.
Applications must be sent to:
The General Manager at Flagler
Inn, P. 0. Box 6249 E.S., or
call 5-5561.


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TEL. 352-66086


I TRADE SERVICES
C12573
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Patio chairs rewebbed like
new. For further particulars
call Stephen 3-1715. No
obligations.

Cr2578
WINDOW AND DOOR
SPECIALISTS
We stock parts for all types of
aluminum windows and doors,
and repair: Sliding Glass Doors
All types of screens Awning
Windows, Jalousie Windows
and doors. Phone 54460.

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

C12323




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
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C12514
PIGEONS giant homers and
French Mondains. All $15.00.
Call 22376 day, 42045 nights.


V HELP WANTED
C6486
SIGN ARTIST AND SILK
SCREEN MAN must be able
to do own layouts and efficient
in the use of gold leaf. Apply:
Freeport Decorators Ltd., P. 0.
Box F-607. Phone 352-5557.

TO PLACE YOUR ADV.
in Freeport
TELEPHONE

352 -6608


HELP WANTED _
;C6479
P PROCESS ACCOUNTANT
requiredd by Associate of
Bahamas Oil Refining
Company.
Applicant should have
minimum of 7 years experience
as PROCESS ACCOUNTANT
in an oil refinery with at least 2
years at a Supervisory level and
be fully conversant with an
operation including a
desulphurizer or other catalytic
conversion unit.
An Engineering or Cost
Accountant degree highly
desirable although not essential,
provided the applicant can
produce evidence of lengthy
experience in the field of
process and accounting.
Salary according to age and
experience, but it is unlikely
that a person under 30 years of
age will have had the necessary
experience.
Interested persons are requested
to apply in writing stating
details of qualifications an'J
experience to:
PERSONNEL OFFICER
P. 0. Box F-2435


I HELP MUTED
C6461
ACCOUNTANT: To be 14
charge of all Retail Stores 4
the Hotel, Commissaiy,
Shop, Lord & Lady, Liq
Store, Marian, Stuff-N-
Must be able tt set up and
maintain system for all stores
Police Certiflcate and Letter
of ReferenLes ar(. 'ecsssary
Interested p rsons applysi
GRAND BAH'MA HOTELii
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9:00 a.m;j
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Elon Martin, Jr,;;
Personnel Director.


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Nassau and Freeport more jets than even


We're adding more flights to our weekends.
So now Bahamasair jets from Nassau to Freeport every day at 7:30 a.m.,
9:30 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 3:45 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. And on Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, there's another flight at 8:45 p.m.
From Freeport to Nassau, Bahamasair jets daily at 8:30 a.m., 2:00 p.m.,
2:45 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. And on Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
there's another flight at 9:30 p.m.
The number of flights keeps going up, but the price stays the same. The


round-trip fare between Nassau and Freeport is still only B$33 for a one-day
excursion. (For a longer stay, the round-trip fare is still only B$46.)
And in both directions, your lovely Bahamian stewardess serves you a
complimentary Bahama Rum Punch.
Now that you're going from Nassau to Freeport, or from Freeport to
Nassau, aren't you glad we're going there too?
For reservations, you can phone Bahamasair in Nassau at 7-8511. In
Freeport, at 352-8341. Or you can see your travel agent.


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3 piece living room set and
Stereogram (FM/MW/SW).
Reasonable price. Telephone:
Freeport 352-2787.

M ,INE SUPPLIES
C6458
Beautiful sailing yacht, with or
without licences tor charter,
37', diesel engine, teak decks,
Freeport 373-2288.


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Tuesday, November 13, 1973


How the Hustlers heros made


Hit the ball further


history on the softball

By GLADSTONE THURSTON BEST PITCHERS HELPED THEM TAKE
WHEN Lenny Ilealeo and
Courage Beer lost to Bahamas CHAMPION NSHIP TO FAM ILY ISLAND
Men's Sottball ('lhimnpins the
Governors lfimbour Ilustlers The Hustlers were just The only real attack it any that all the Hustle
2-1 in a semi-final match, destined to win. By their in the final game. Against hitters.
manager Neville Cartwnght was having the best pitchers, they Courage in the second game. Petty in the first
convinced that the I leutherans get the best batting practice. first baseman Mike Rolle break five times at bat
were the best softhallers in the Steady mound performances loose on another two-run and knocked in tw
Bahamas. by Glen Griffin and Tony homer. Those were the only hits including a ho
Cartwright pointed out that Petty captured a total of 53 home runs against the Hustlers second game he was
the Ficeport champs had ten strike outs from 121 batters who once more out homered walks from f
courageous men whoI were they faced in tile five game both teams by seven, appearances. Sand
determined to do a lob but series. Together they walked Micklewhite and Graham had second game had
were un ble to perform up to 11 and gave up 17 hits. three each. for two when he
standard due to lack of depth. Backing them up on offence, Helping his winning cause, and knocked in one
"Beine overworked, %we fell the productive bats of Rudy Griffin from eight times at bat pinch hitter in the
victims to a team that can very Johnson David Micklewhite collected five hits and scored he went one for one
well become the Bahamas and Kermit Graham together three runs in his three games one.
champions," Cuartwright said stashed 25 of the Ilustlers total played. Aquinas Colleg
tllowming their eliniin:ition bh of 37 runs batted in. Though he ended with a 2-1 Paul Davis taking ti
the ilustlers. Adding power to their stick, record having taken the loss in school to represent
The lHustlers returned one Johnson and Micklewhite each, the first game of the made an excelled
week later ind on I riday at the accounted for seven hits in semi-finals, Griffin pitched a against the New
John IF. Kennedl Softball Park their accumulation of 45. The commanding three hit/13 senior squad. Ile
began to end New Providence's hustlers otit hit their strike out game. total of seven hal
begantas ren w Providences opponents total by 28. Of the Pettrike who as undefeated in times at bat and s
Ma y believe that the 17 remaining hits. Courage his two games played went to runs.
Bahamas consists of New Beer had nine and the Ministry the 'late live times and scored Of the little c
Providence only. It is hoped had eight. three. lIe in a three hitter Ministry could mn
that the performance of the Grahami who collected six against Courage struck out nine their two consecti
Eleuth rans enlightened them. hits fro 16 ties at at tied nd w tRodgers was the o
7'I l softball championship with Micklewhite eight each i and walked, the st Agruck ouainst 2 an it over the .500
sees ended with the lHustlers the runs column as the Hustlers walked two mark. lie had a tw
ahead 12-6 in the final game a gain outscored the ling seen the luslers in game scoring two a
Sunday, taking two straight i" ", ,tr -. Courage total by 34 action against Courage, tile in four.
Iroir New Providence's ru ns. Ministry seemed to have The best to the
Ministry of Works, and for Ihe Courage scored 11 against concluded that the newl Taylor with one h
first time in softball history the champs and the Ministry crowned champs' offence was times at bat when
took the championship laurals had nine. Johnson who faced built around the hitting of two and knocked i
to ; Famil Island. the pitcher 17 times scored six Micklewhite and Graham. To Knowles had two
Fittingly, Sunday \\as and topped the rhi column the contrary. John Sands and eight at bats and
Remembrance Day. with 10. Sylvanus Petty demonstrated collected one from


park

they were always calm and
composed even when they
were behind which happened
only once in the five game
are series they still maintained
that composure. When Rodgers
from lashed out late in the final
two game and the Ministry looked
two dangerous coming from
tw behind, the Governors Harbour
the Hustlers were unmoved.
plate They came with that
pte winning attitude which they
the held throughout the playoffs
two and it paid off with their being
one officially the first Bahamas
as a Men's Softball Champions.
ame, Next season points to even
ored more competition coming from
Eleuthera. According to coach
dent Gerald Davis, soon to be seen is
from the Hustlers Ladies Squad.
land Although the ladies league
wing there is not fully organized, the
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TO NOVEMBER 17 TH, 1973
COLLINS AVENUE 6TH. TERRACE CENTERVILLE
OPEN t00 A.M. 5:30 P.M. MONDAY THIU. SATURDAY





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Finals stats:
HUSTLERS
P'. Davis
R. Johnson
S. Petty
1D. Micklewhite
K. Graham
M. Thompson
C. Sands
Ja Sands
Jo Sands
IF. Johnson
(;. Griffin
L. Parks
t. Petty
T. Petty
MINISTRY O0
W. Knowles
S. Haven
t. Taylor
A. Jarrett
S. Taylor
A. Rodgers
P. Demeritte
L. Dean
S. Humes
I'. Johnson
L. Knowles
B. Ellis
S. McKinney

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5 4 3 1
7 1 3 6
6 3 2 2
4 4 2 2
5 4 2 2
5 1 0 0
7 1 1 1
2 0 0 1
3 2 3 2
0 1 0 0
2 1 1 0
1I 0 0 0
2 1 0 0
4 1 0 0
: WORKS
8 0 2 0
6 0 1 1
3 1 0 0
5 1 0 0
5 2 1 1
3 2 2 4
6 2 0 0
0 0 0 0
6 o0 1 I1
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3 0 0 0
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is wed
KINGSTON Hank Aaron,
the baseball star was married
yesterday to television
talk-show hostess Zaillye
Williams at the University of
the West Indies chapel.
The couple flew to Jamaica
from Atlanta for the marriage,
as Aaron said he wanted "a
quiet wedding far from the
crowds of baseball fans and the
press."
Aaron, 39, who broke into
the major leagues in 1954, has
hit 713 home runs in his
illustrious career, just one short
of the legendary Babe Ruth's
record. (AP).


GUARD VAN Ferguson
came from behind the
basketball scenes Sunday and
scored 17 of his game high of
23 in the second half as the
rookies of Pinders Basketball
Club, behind the rebounding of
Danny Edgecombe and Walter
"Liston" Major, stopped Reef
Basketball Club 90-68.
Trailing by two points going
into the second half, rookie
Harvey Roker scored 12 and
Edgecombe captured 13
rebounds and gave six assists to
go along with Ferguson's rally.
Freddie McKay who topped
Reef with a game high of 28
scored 18 in the first half going
nine for 12 from the field.
Churton Toote added eight and
Colin Knowles scored six as
Reef took a 39-37 half time
lead.
Pinders came back and

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against BACKACHE
and MUSCLE PAINS


-World Cup- Obed camp is


mix-up

goes on
MOSCOW The Soviet
Soccer Federation said today
it had not been officially
informed oy Russia's
disqualification from
the World Cup for refusing to
play the Chileans in Chile.
The Intenational Football
Federation (FIFA), which
runs the world Cup
competition, announced
yesterday that Russia had
"excluded itself" from the
World Cup.
Valentina Granatkin, a
Soviet Soccer Federation
official and FIFA vice
president, told the Associated
Press that instead of a formal
notice of disqualification
another exchange of
telegrams took place between
the Soviets and FIFA
headquarters in Zurich today.
Granatkin said he received
a telegram this morning
asking that the Soviets
officially confirm their
refusal to play in Chile,
something they did
yesterday.
Granatkin said the
Soviet Federation replied:
"We confirm our agreement
to play only in a third
country."
The Soviets, who tied Chile
0-0 here in Sept. were due to
play a return match in
Santiago Nov. 21. The Soviets
said they could not play in
the Santiago arena because
the military junta had turned
it into a "concentration
camp" and had "drenched it
with the blood of Chilean
patriots."
The Soviets insisted that
the return match, which
would determine whether the
Russians qualified for the
world cup finals in Munich
next year, be played in a
"neutral" country.
Between them, the
Chileans and FIFA came up
with a compromise which the
Soviets rejected that the
match take place in another
stadium outside Santiago. (AP,


consider
THE PRIDE of Bahamas'
boxing, welterweight King Elisha
Obed, fresh from a decisive
victory over his second Puerto
Rican opponent Jose "Popo"
Melendez three weeks ago,
defends his undefeated career
of 39 fights tonight against
Florida's middleweight champ
Dennis Riggs at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Having convincingly passed
his 'acid test' a 10 round
unanimous decision over
former world lightweight and
currently Jamaican
welterweight champ Bunny
Grant Obed at 21 has moved
yet a step closer to a shot at
both the coveted British
Empire and World
Welterweight championship.
"Dennis Riggs is probably
the best middleweight in
Florida and I expect a tough

It's Rolle'
DONALD 'Nine' Rolle
clinched the $2,000 54 Hole
BPGA Pro Golf tourney and
the first prize of $620 when he
carded a 5 over par 77 Sunday
to finish with a total of
228(75,76,77),5 strokes ahead
of fellow pro golfer, Roy Bowe
($400) at the Paradise Island
Golf Course.
Rolle and Bowe led the field
of 13 over the three days of
play.
Bowe went into the final
round Sunday with a one
stroke lead over Rolle after


Golf dinner awards


AT THE annual awards
dinner of the Bahamas Golf
Association slated for Friday.
November 23 at the Paradise
Island Beach Pavilion, special
awards will be presented to
golfers who represented the
BGA and the Commonwealth
internationally during 1973.
The BGA selection
committee is deciding now
who will be the Golfer of The
Year, the Most Improved


Golfer for '73 and the Best
Dressed all of which will be
announced on the night.
Among celebrities expected
to be present at the dinner are
Nassau's star actor Sidney
Poiter and America's top black
golfer Lee Elder.
Media personalities and
special guests will be
sportswriters Gladstone
Thurston, Ivan Johnson, Fred
Stirrup and Kirk Smith.


MCNEIL IS SQUASH FAVOURITE


SQUASH Iplayers from
Freeport and Nassau will battle
this weekend for the Bahamas
squash championship at the
Blue Hill Courts.
Bob Montgomery of Nassau
is seeded No. I in the men's
division while Doreen McNeil
(pictured) of Freeport is the
ladies No. I seed.
Mrs. McNeil is the 'hot'
favourite to win the ladies title
for the third consecutive year.
McNeil's record is unscathed
and she has yet to lose a game


in a match.
Contenders for the men's
title are expected to be
Montgomery, the 1971
champion, Alan Newall and
John Lively both newcomers
to the tourney, of Freeport.
Reigning Bahamas men's
champion David Trimble will
not be defending his title.
Final qualifiers in seeded order
are; men's Bob Montgomery;
(Nassau); A. Newall (Freeport); A.
Lancaster (N); J. Lively (F); K.
Parker (N); Vaughn Williams (F): I
Davis (N); Roger Fryer (F);A.
Bates (N); E. Bostwick (N); E.
Wilkinson (N); Dr. G. Barry (N); P.
Perry (N): G. Ball (F); G. Tyers (N).
Reserves; R. Holdon; G. Gamer.

TrpIcaI


Extriatr


scored 24 of their 52 from the
field as Reef scored only 11 of
their 46 field goal attempts.
Rio Brown took a game high of
22 rebounds.
Rookies Reuben Knowles


scored a game high of 28
points and Kevin Rolle took 19
rebounds and added 16 points
leading the way for the
Container Saints' 119-33
victory over Bain Town.


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on the island.


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Pinders beat Reef 90-68


OPENING TYRE


fight," commented ring veteran
Moe Fliescher, Obed's
manager.
But I am confident about
Obed because he's got the right
finesse and moves. He knows
how to mix it up with a left jab
that can cut you and a right
hand knockout punch."
Obed's 28-year-old
opponent from Jacksonville
will be taking as much as eight
pounds weight advantage with
him in the ring tonight. Twice
this year he convincingly
defended his state title against
tough middleweight Marcel
Clay bringing his ring record to
30 wins from 46 fights. He
won 15 by knock outs.
Riggs' only two losses from
eight fights this year went to
undefeated light heavyweight
Vinnie Curto and Tony
Licata.

s $620
shooting a 2 over par 74 on
Saturday.
However, Sunday, Rolle
played steadily to remain the
only player who shot
consistently in the 70's over
the three days while Bowe
managed a disappointing 10
over par 82.

John Philip took third place
with a total of 240 and $240
while Bob Rose finished in
fourth place carding 242 to
take the 4th place purse of
$175.


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