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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: November 21, 1973
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VOL. LXX, No. 302 Wednesday, November 21 1973 Prc: ent

FORMER I.O.S. CHIEF BREAKS SILENCE FNM CONVENTION OPENS WITIIIT
AFTER WALL ST. JOURNAL DISCLOSURE CHOIR, BUT WITH LIGHTED CANILES


Vsco to FNM delegates urged

sco denies sei to air differences




evade US extradition -penly, cnstructivly
THE FREE NATIONAL MOVEMENT conventkn, which
opened on a somewhat dispirited note this morning, piHrd up
FORMER IOS CHAIRMAN ROBERT VESCO today denied a Wall Street Journal story that he is hedging impetus as the party's assistant treasurer Baze Nihol ued
against possible extradition from the Bahamas by obtaining immunity from the Argentinian courts. deletes to air their differences constructively without iog
sight of the FNM's achievements over the past yer.
SThis is the 37-year-ld "unsubstantiated public disclosed that Mr. Vesco had "While it of the che s oan ve gie d tenoh exerene
financier's first public accusations." obtained permanent resident occasion for bemoaning those to make us certain that we can
statement to newspapers iere The Journal said he was status in Argentina allegedly unfortunate things which have run the country better'than It
since he took up residence in granted Argentinian immunity with the approval of President happened in and to our party is beingun now."
S this country more than a year on October 22 on grounds that Juan Peron since we last met," he told And in a direct slap at the
ago. charges related to IOS and The young financier's lawyer some 20 delegates. "let us no pres ban on a number ofa Pa
Mr. Vesto, who is fighting In international Controls Eugene Dupuch also confirmed lose sight of those other things convention activities, he issued
against extradition by U.S. Corporation, both formerly he told the Journal Mr. Vesco which have served to make our a special welcome to members
S authorities, said the Journal headed by him, would be had obtained an order from the stro
article was part of a deemed relative to Watergate Agentine curts granting hm pt bring u clogern toour gd of e scal it pres espanecy for
c a c u a t e d political and therefore non-extraditable immunity from exraiion. of delivering the Bahamian their benefit that the party had
persecution and harassment" Mr. Vesco claimed today he people ouofthe clutchesof decided to have a their
by the U.S. government initiated both actions earlier e atin an administration gone mad sessions open to the press and
"through non-judicial process." this year and prior to his challenged" by a e spokesman uous withgreed and power." public. t
caslwasesngesd" by a kesman P ted ou Tes tr ne. br ide. With greed and power." a
havingBilled as being "non-political NO HANGUPS
He said he obtained an having been charged with any for Mr. Vesco. He pointed out WEDDING SMILES from Pincess Anne and Captain Billed inon ontroversial" te "e ve no ha aot
Argentine residency permit criminal offence in the United and non-controversial, the "We have no hagups about
bArgente rof buiesincy ereit States inthat Mr. Vesco has defended Mark Phillips aftertheir marriage in London's 500-year-old welcome address ignored both the press," Mr. Nichols
because aof business interests States. himself in court and has never Westminster Abbey last week. Here, the Princess and Capt dictums, as it hit out at asserted. "We have learned
there and asked for a high The November 19 Wall sought to evade or elude any Phillips wait outside Westminster Abbey after the ceremony govr policy on the from the antics of President
ROBERT VESCO court judgement on possible Street Journal article, wtten extradition efforts directed for the Glass Coach which carried them back to o a pt vel Nixon and the P that the
R O BERaTed t e S fori the by C oao to the tteoha m ebant taot i by a (u f national and party level n el n loy tV e A
Breaks his silence extradition in view of by Scott R. Schmedel, against him by the U.S. Buckingham Palace. The Princess was attended by Lady Mr. Nichols told the press is pretty much like a
government. Sarah Armstrong-Jones as her bridesmaid and nine-year-old Sheraton-British colonial stomach ulcer you feed it
The U.S. Justice Prince Edward, her page. An estimated 500 million people convention gathering that "we well with things t can chew
M Department publicly throughout the world watched the ceremony on television. have lost an election, but we on, and ou have noproblem.
announced they were
So s o d nc proceeding with the current
extradition request a week resident's permit in Argentina all, it starts turning inside and
before it was initiated. Mr. was done in conformity with B G 6.32 PERCENT DROP IN devoting the first thin at
the laws of that nation. hand.
is knocked dow n by mVesco continued to go about the laws of that nation."
his daily business activities, and The statement was amended This morning's late starting
is ohad he any design to escape or in the opening paragraph when TOURISTS IN 6 ceremonies were marred by
take refuge in another country this apparent contradiction was two disappointments. First wer
as was suggested by the Wall pointed out by The Tribune. WHILE HOTEL union leaders and workers have been cancellation of the choir ch
By MIKE LOTHIAN Street Journal, he certainly had The Vesco spokesman said pointing to a downturn in business in the tourist industry, was to have opened the
A "MAJOR PROP" in financier Robert L. Veso's defence against an extradition application by the opportunity to do so at that at no time did Mr. Vesco the Ministry of Tourism today issued arrival statistics to the p me with the sing of
the U.S. was seriously weakened yesterday when Magistrate Emmanuel Osadebay refused to allow that time," the prepared text ever meet Interior Minister Bahamas for the first six months this year showing a badih e s so
Ow o.unse ug r le e f r stdn radki on. and Benpr cs Llambi. to who his 6.32 dropover a i r on High the Torch." i or
4ef ~ te e . t .T. s n dion. Yes'ency application was said Of the seven categories of tourists and visitors shown in is understod om o the
Mr. Osadebay ruled that in indictment is connected to an defence have been dealt with. The Veso spokesm an said performers weer unableesented to net
the event he ordered Vesco alleged political contribution He said he understood Mr. te finanie oed fo te r increase they are cruis r e visitors up 12.67 percentimc rn o a
extradited the financier could by Vesco to the Committee to Whitfield to have meant that criminal proceedings of any (230.684 up from 204,746) and transit up 13.59 percent STRANDED
take up the question of motive Re-Elect the President." the bundle of affidavits criminal brought agaings of any (32,916 up from 28,978). The rest show a downturn in The second oble
with the Bahamas Secretary of "Would I be correct," Mr. introduced initially was all the srt were brut aais i business. e eon s
State (External Affairs), but Dupuch went on, "in saying evidence the prosecution "We have reason to believe," The Ministry's statistics are standardized by international encountered with Bahamaair
the court, he said, could not go that the $200,000 was would be submitting. he said, "that the Wall Street travel organizations such as United Nations Agencies and in transporting a number of the
into it. physically handed over by He pointed out that if the the International union of Official Travel Organizations. Out island delegates to Nassau.
While the defence lost in Laurence B. Richardson?" prosecution had in fact closed Journal article was instigated (IUOTO) Mr. Nichols told the
their bid to broaden the scope Richardson was former its case with the introduction of by incomplete information Following are the six-month figuresalthough the
of the evidence, at the end of president of International those documents, then an supplied by agents of the U.S. Following are the six-month figures for 1973 compared
this morning's hearing bid by Controls Corporation, which further affidavits by different government in furtherance of a with 1972. Six Months Period Per Cent the Prime Minister's
the prosecution to introduce Vesco allegedly defrauded, and persons would be admitted in calculated political persecution 1973 1972 change constituency all had
he I o alged de dd onwo d and harassment of Mr. Vesco tourists 504,548 540,360 -6.61 purchased tickets, only one
new evidence of its own hung is a key witness for the evidence at the discretion of through non-judicial process.' AirStourists o s0 2,00 -0.48 sea w ilbet when the
in the balance. prosecution in the extradition the court and not as a matter tStopover Sea Tourists 27,070 27,200 -c0.48rc seat was available whendthe
Mr. Osadebay was to rule on case. of right of the prosecution. Art in ends critics Total Tourist 531,718 567,560 -632 aircraft arrived at South
the prosecution's application Mr. Lowe replied, "I don't While both Mr. Osadebay for be i Cruise Visitors 230,684 204,749 +12.67 Andros yesterday.
to submit further evidence have the indictment before me and Mr. Dupuch said they had was also slammed for being GEORGE WALLACE Total Air & Sea Visitors 762,402 772,309 1.28 Four delegates were however
when the hearing resumed at and I cannot recall." understood Mr. Whitfield to materially incorrect andTransits 32,916 28,978 +13.59 present this morning. The
misleading." But the disclosure Total Arrivals 795,318 801,287 -0.74 Crooked Island delegation is
three o'clock this afternoon. "Dosen't the evidence have said the initial bundlewas slang" d PRISONER Mis 795,318 801,287 -0.74 Crndil stand tdCoe lan
As Assistant U.S. Attorney suggest it?" Mr. Dupuch the whole prosecution case, by the Journal th atMinistry spokesman said by international standards because of Bahamasair's failure
John A. Lowe entered the pressed. Mr. Whitfield this morning obtained a residency status in because aamsr'k ilure
wJohn A. Low 0eseterda te p esd V. Wallace vehemently declared gth t t Argentina was borne out by AT LIARGE transits are those who technically do not enter the country to show up yesterday or today
witness box at 2:30 yesterday But Cecil thatVesco statement. r because they continue their journey via connecting flight or Mr. Nichols said.
third day oo begin the seco tand half of hief the U.S., objected to the prosecution. We are in the It has consistently been Mr. by sea. A tourist is a visitor who stays 24 hours or more but He indicated that flight
third day on the stand, chief the U.S., objected to the the prosecution.Vesco's parctice, it was pointed POLICE are still searching less than six months, but anyone making an overnight difficulties was also the reason
defence counsel Eugene relevance of the question, and process of submitting our out, to conform with all laws for George Wallace, 29, who stopover is a tourist. People who arrive and depart on cruise for the non-appearance of the
Osadebay that h e was allowed Mr. Dupuch to begin The Magistrate said he and regulations in any country escaped from a prison work ships are considered excursionists. Clarence Town and Nichols
beginning a new line of his new line of questioning would check thi recor ad in which he has business gang on Monday. Still at large "Ministry of Tourism monthly statistical reports, which Town delegations
questioning, and foreshadowed only to see "where Mr. Dupuch make a ruling when the hearing interests, since August 30 is Errol are distributed with Tourist News Bureau press releases, use
queationmenuesh don ly w osee g "w e M p umkedh a frul n n tCONFORMS TO LAW "Skinny" Dean, whom police total arrival figures because there is a lag in the coding and Three delegates are expected
that some of the questions was going. resumed this afternoon "ThP nhtainin of a consider dangerous, key-punching of debarkation/embarkation cards which to arrive later today from


might bring hearsay evidence. "It may be that extradition But he made it clear that Wallace is the fifth convict contain the various categories," the spokesman said. The o,,, ,
Referring to authorities, he is being asked for because of even if he found that the resident's permit in Argentina nt controversial constituency
contended that where an the contribution, but they are prosecution had not closed its was done in conformity with to break out in the past three Ministry plans to follow this same reporting pattern in its whose strong pro-British
contended that where an the contribution, but they are prosecution had not closed its th lw of ta nto as months. All have been monthly summary, but it will issue "corrected" figures on a
accused person might be asking him to be extradited for case, he would not allow the e la o a nntio, a i recaptured except 21-yeareld tly s a, is a sentiment triggered this year's
extradited for an offence "of a trial on fraud. prosecution to introduce any required in connect th Dean and Waace. FNM splt.
political character," hearsay "Mr. Dupuch must establish new affidavit by any of the business activities, Wallace is described by CIDparticular
evidence was admissable on that the offence in which they persons whose affidavits have stteme s has followed as being 5 feet 10 inches tall, CRUISE SHIPS DROPPING Nichols cautioned
cross-examination, are seeking extradition is of a already been tendered in precisely the same practice of dark complexion, black hair, Rthat le we cri ticize
The Magistrate agreed with political character" before he evidence. precisely the same practice of dark complexion, black hair, ourselves and our brothers, let
him over the objections of could continue, he suggested. Mr. Richardson's original complying with the local brn eyes with scar nearhi NASS ARTus do it with a view toward
counsel for the U.S. MAJOR PROP affidavit had major portions resiency nown to frequent Percy attaining truth and
Government, Patrick Toothe. Mr. Dupuch said "1 intend deleted from it on grounds authorization Munnings on Wuff Road. A TWO ROYAL Caribbean Cruise Line ships ae dropping
Mr. Dupuch asked Mr. to use this as a major prop in they were hearsay evidence, Bahamas and elsewhere." Munnings' on Wulff Road. A TWO ROYAL Caribbean Cruise Line ships are dropping Nasa understanding and not smply
Mr. Dupuch asked Mr. to use this asa majorprop in they were hearsay evidence In the case of the Argentine carpenter by trade, his last as a port of call from January in a move to conserve fuel and or e pupoe o,
POLITICAL ISSUE ruled that "when the Magistrate and it was thouion might try to Mr. Vesco's representative said known address was Cooper's offset "tremendous cost increases." youngpeple say,
POLITICAL ISSUE ruled that "when the courts prosecution might try there is a provision in tha Building on East Street. This was announced by the and reducing from nine to here would be many
"Am correct in saying that finished (and if Vesco's subt a new Richardson country's laws which allows an Wallace, alias George company in Miami over the eight the number of their ports subjects the convention would
r. Vesco, John Mitchell, extradition is ordered) the affidavit to repair the damage. individual to obtain what is Gibson, was serving a nine weekend. of call on the West Indies discuss which wouldbevexi,
former Attorney General of a accused can make commonly known as a year sentence for 12 counts of Nordic Prince and Sun cruise. "and which may temporarily
the United States, and Maurice representations to the Athel DMo dies "declaratory judgement." housebreaking. Viking will change their The Nordic Prince will also cause dissent among us" he
Stans have been indicted in the Secretary of State and make t "In view of the repeated, Dean is of medium build and two-week schedules, dropping visit Port Antonio, Jamaica said. But nothing good and
United States in connection his accusations, and the ETHEL Deveaux of unsubstantiated, public 5 feet 7 inches tall with brown Nassau from their itinerary instead of Montego Bay, while lasting had ever come out of a
with a $200,000 contribution Secretary of State can refuse to Cockburn Town, San Salvador, accusations made against Mr. complexion. the Sun Viking will replace situation where there was no
allegedly given to the send him back until he has died on Tuesday afternoon at Vesco by the U.S. and certain Trinidad with Guadeloupe. argumentation
committee to elect Richard guarantee that Vesco would the Princess Margaret Hospital. other countries, he availed I The cruise line said the y tht if we dient
Milhouse Nixon as president of be tried in the U.S. only on the She was 80 years old. himself of that legal recourse PLO REGISTER FOR INSURANfr both en this is the proper place to
the United States?" fraud charge. Mrs. Deveauxissurvivedby underArgentinelaw. dropping of Nassau from both then this is the proper pce to
Before Mr. Lowe answered Mr. Lowe was briefly Mrs. Deveaux is sur y of The statement added that EMPLOYERS will continue invalidity, maternity of women ships' schedules will permit dot."
Mr. Toothe objected that "I re-examined by Mr. Toothe two sons, Joseph R. Albury of The statement added the legal to be registered for National workers, retirement from work passengers to spend more time Challened Mr. Nichols:


a political contribution and I instance they are Franklyn B OSB Basil Albury, Mrs. Ruth offence in the U.S. of Labour and National loss of work wholly or The cruise line's third ship make up before we av he
am contending that this matter Taylor with further evidence O BERON Isura sa to rtially as a result of the Song of Non il
as brought for political eg i Knowles and fourteen It was also emphasized that Employers who are seeking employment injury and continue to visit three portion until the next conention,or
purposes"d Code, section 3231 and section gatrandcode t s aco e e tat information regarding medical care for a person its weekly schedule -Nassau, until you gather together in
Mr. Lowe replied that "the 3237..." registration should phone suffering from employment San Jaun and St. Thomas Oan e 4 Col.I
Mr. Osadebay interrupted to Funeral services will be held before the Peron government registration shouldP. Box injury. but probably will spend fewer
say that he had understood on Saturday at 3 p.m. at St. came to power in Argentina. N 0 Nassau or at hours m each place, the
RED OOD that at the start of the hearing John's Baptist Cathedral, But the Vesco statement, as reeportN7508 in Nassau3528765 or at CARTNEY TO SPEAK co y s
on Tuesday last week that Mr. Meeting Street. Rev. Dr. initially drafted, objected to Freeport, phone 352-8765 or McCARTNEY TO SPEAK company said.
ATIO Whitfield introduced a bundl Michael Symoette il the "implications contained in write P. O. Box F-589. Dr. Tim McCartney, clinical Edwin W. Stephen, general
of affidavits and that was his officiate and interment will be a November 19 Wall Street The Ministry stressed that psychiatrist at Sandilands will manager of Royal Caribbean
FURNITURE case.f in the Old Trail Cemetery. Journal report that Robert L. the basic objective of the be the guest speaker at West Cruise Line said: "We have
Since then, he said, the Friends may pay their last Vesco has been granted a National Insurance Scheme is Nassau Rotary tomorrow at made thee adjustments to
Since then, he said, the Friends may pay their last d c rmit b the to provide income security for the Sonesta Beach Hotel. His clearly demonstrate our
I affidavits introduced Tuesday respects at Butler's Funeral residency permit by the to provide income security for the Sonesta Beach Hotel. His clearly demontrate our
FRLE ORT ONLY by Mr. Whit field have been Home Blliou Hil Road from 2 gvenment of Argentina .." the people of the Bahamas. subject will be "The role of the concern for oil conservation
REEPORT ON L by Mr. Whitfield hve been Home BalioHThe following page however Benefits will include individual in Bahamian and to further offset somewhat
read one at a time and p.m. on Friday until funeralnoted that "the obtaining of temporary sickness, permanent society." the tremendous cost i
objections raised by the time.
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THE MANUSCRIPT of a
play by Thomas Heywood. a
contemporary of William
Shakespeare, and regarded as
a major literary find of this
century was sold to an
American dealer at Sothebx's,
London for $108,000 dollars.

FORMER premier David
Ben-Gurion remained in
serious condition today, four
days after suffering a cerebral
haemorrhage, doctors said.

A TROPICAL depression,
which earlier had threatened
to swoop down on
Nicaragua's Atlantic coast,
weakened considerably but
still remains stalled off
Bluefield, this port city.

THE PRESENT associate
agreement between the
European Common Market
and the East African
Community States Kenya,
Uganda and Tanzania -"is no
longer acceptable," East
African Common Market
member Robert Ouko said in
Kampala.

RESOLUTIONS
demanding that Britain
depose the White-ruled
Rhodesian government and
condemning the United
States for importing
Rhodesian chrome won the
usual decisive majorities in
the Trusteeship Committee of
the U.N. General Assembly.

ARAB oil shipments to
South Africa are banned
along with those to the
United States and Holland, a
government spokesman said
in Bahrain.

THE ASSEMBLY of the
seven-nation Western
European Union unanimously
called on all member nations
to come to the aid of any
member suffering from
"momentary difficulties" in
obtaining supplies of
petroleum.

LAWMAKERS of Britain's
three main parties urged the
United Nations to buy the
Sinai peninsula as the base for
use by a world constabulary,
as a laboratory for large-scale
irrigation through
desalination of sea water, and
as a permanent settlement
area for world refugees.
nmm0
The U.S. Senate Commerce
Committee will open hearings
in Washington Dec. 6 and 7
on whether United States
fisheries management
jurisdiction should be
extended to 200 miles
offshore.
GENERAL Juan Peron's
three official physicians
reported that the president
had suffered last night the
worsening of "a bronchial
condition" but added he was
recovering.
Reports /form AP


OCTS
# .2


- Charles flies out to Lady Jane-


LONDON Prince Charles, 25-year-old heir
to the British throne, has flown to Spain for a
five-day vacation and to see the girl Palace
watchers have tipped he will marry, Lady Jane
Wellesley, a newspaper reported today.
Lady Jane, a 22-year-old art dealer, flew to
Spain Monday to join her father, the Duke of
Wellington, on his 2,500-acre estate at Molino
Del Rey near Granada.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman, however,
said the prince had gone to Spain for a "few
days' shooting" as the Duke's guest.
Charles, wearing a dark pin-stripe suit, flew
out from London's Heathrow airport on a
scheduled flight.


-WORMS

WORST,

SAY

RAFT MEN

SYDNEY Crews of the
three-raft La Balsa expedition
which yesterday completed an
8,600-mile drift across the
Pacific from Ecuador say they
fought a continual battle for
survival against wind, waves
and worms.
"The worms were the
worst," said American
crewman Tom Ward. Trying to
scrape them off."
The 12 crew members were
at Ballina on the coast of
northern New South Wales
following their crossing which
took just six days short of six
months.
Two of the rafts were towed
to shore by the Australian navy
landing craft Labuan and
trawlers.
Ward said: "The rafts
were in danger of breaking up
throughout the latter three
months of the voyage.
"We had some terrific
storms. We estimated one blow
at 80 m.p.h.
"Another blow lasted for
eight days. The wind just
roared non-stop.
"The stay ropes holding the
masts were stretched taut as
a fiddle string and the
humming of the wind on them
really got on our nerves."
"One night when we were all
asleep, three ropes holding the
sail on the Mooloolaba broke
simultaneously.
'The sail went up in the air
and flapped wildly. It was
terrifying until we got things
under control."
Ward said that during some
of the storms, the waves were
higher than the 33-foot tall
masts.
Vital Alsar. leading his
second expedition across the
Pacific in three years, said:
"We had our bad moments and
only fate saved us."(AP)


The Palace spokesman stressed: "Lady Jane
is one of the prince's friends. It's quite natural
that she should be in her father's house party."
He dismissed the reports of a royal romance
as "pure speculation" the same way the
Palace pooh-poohed reports Charles' sister,
Princess Anne, planned to marry Capt. Mark
Phillips before their engagement was
announced. The couple were married last
Wednesday.
Lady Jane, first seen with Charles last year,
has also dismissed whispers of romance. "It's
utter nonsense," she told newsmen recently.
"I'm just one of the prince's friends."(AP)


Airlines to cut


Atlantic runs

LONDON Four international airlines two of them
American say they will cut down on their transatlantic
schedules in order to save fuel. One official said the cuts will
involve 68 round-trip flights per week.


The airlines are Pan
American Airways,
Trans-world Airlines, the
British Overseas Airways Corp.
and Caledonian Airways.
Most of the eliminated
flights were between New York
and London, but others were
between London and
Washington, and Los Angeles.
and Miami.
A BOAC spokesman said
talks are under way about
further reductions in runs to
Washington, Miami and Los
Angeles.
A number of US airlines
have already reduced their
domestic schedules or pooled
flights as a fuel-saving measure.
The international carriers were
also considering pooling
arrangements.
As the transatlantic flight
cuts were announced today,
the International Air Transport
Association continued to poll
its 112 member airlines about a
possible 4 to 6 percent hike in
international cargo and
passengers fares.
The increases, designed to
compensate for rising fuel
costs, would go into effect Jan.
I and last for 15 months.
An IATA spokesman said
fuel costs have amounted to
"About 40 to 50 per cent
increases received by airlines
already."
The association decided to
poll its members at its annual
meeting last week in New
Zealand.
IATA sets international air
fares by the unanimous
approval of the members,
subject to the consent of
individual governments.


15 DIE IN BUS PLUNGE
SAN NICOLAS, An overcrowded chartered passenger bus
carrying religious holidaymakers skidded off a road near here and
plunged 141 feet into a ravine, leaving 14 dead and 43 injured,
mostly children, the Red Cross said today.
A survivor said the driver, who was killed, had been drunk.
The chartered bus was heading back to Mexico City Tuesday
night from the religious centre of Chalma about 50 miles
southwest of the Mexican capital.
The injured included more than 25 children..(AP)


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Consul kidnapped
THE West German
government said today it
appears kidnappers have seized
Kurt Georg Nagel, honorary
consul in the Venezuelan city
of Maracaibo.(AP).

Art theft
LONDON police have
interrogated a titled woman in
connection with the theft of an
old master painting from a
museum in Bologna, Italy, a
newspaper reported. (AP).

Deadly drink
AT LEAST 54 Africans died
in Mozambique and 30 others
were hospitalized after they
drank a chemical from two fuel
drums which had washed
ashore.(AP).

Landslide toll
SEVEN people have died in
landslides caused by torrential
rains in central Panama in the
past three days.(AP)


PRINCE CHARLES
Off shooting


-Egypt---

'ready

to fight'

CAIRO-Egyptian front line
troops give the impression of
being ready to fight again if
Israel fails to implement
United Nations ceasefire
agreements calling for a
withdrawal to positions held
Oct. 22, military attaches
visiting the front said today.
Meanwhile, an Egyptian
Government spokesman,
describing talks on the issue as
"deadlocked", said Egypt
insists on complete
implementation of the ceasefire
accord agreed to a month ago.
The two sides are to meet
again tomorrow for what the
Egyptian press described as
"decisive" talks at Kilometer
101 on the Cairo-Suez
highway.
Military attaches from 43'
nations were given a 14-hour
guided tour of positions held
by the Egyptians second and
third armies on both sides of
the Suez Canal yesterday and
were generally impressed with
the morale, equipment and
supplies available to the
Egyptians, said two officers
who made the trip.
U.N. sources have indicated
an increase in recent days in
incidents (AP)


UP goes the




cost of




living again

WASHINGTON Consumer prices rose sharply last month
following September's slowdown, owing partly to the energy
crisis and higher prices for fuel oil and gasoline, the government
said today.
The Department of Labour reported that the cost of living
climbed eight-tenths of one percent in October and pushed
consumer prices up 7.9 percent above a year ago.
It marked the largest jump in any 12-month period since the
8.7-percent inflationary rate recorded in the June 1950-51 period
at the start of the Korean war.
In addition to sharply higher prices for gasoline and fuel oil,
rising costs for clothing, mortgage interest rates and health
insurance contributed significantly to the October rise in prices,


Kennedy day
IN HAPPIER days,
November was a festive month
for the Kennedy family, one of
gay birthday parties and
hard-fought political races.
But tomorrow, the 10th
anniversary of President John
Fitzgerald Kennedy's
assassination in Dallas,
members of his family will
remember him in their own,
private ways.
Jacqueline Onassis, the
president's elegant widow, is
expected to spend the weekend
with her two children in New
York or at her home in
southern New Jersey.
Sen. Edward Kennedy, is
expected to visit the Arlington
National Cemetery gravesites
of his brother, John and
Robert. (AP)

Great dinner
The great-great-great-
great-great-great grandson of
Pilgrim Elder William Brewster
will eat Thanksgiving dinner
with the great-great-great-
great-great-great-great-great
granddaughter of Mayflower
barrelmaker John Alden in
Plymouth, Mass. (AP).


KGB said I was mentally


ill, says dissident's wife


MOSCOW The wife of
dissident physicist Andrei
Sakharov today said she has
been warned she is "probably
mentally ill" because she
refuses' to cooperate with the
Russian secret police.
Mrs. Yelena Sakharov told a
press conference the statement
was made by a secret police
(KGB) official during a
2/2-hour interrogation in
Moscow her third in recent
days as pressure mounted to
silence her outspoken husband.
The threat evidently was
made to remind Mrs. Sakharov
that many of the Kremlin's
most vocal critics have
disappeared behind the walls of
mental asylums.
Meeting with 12 western
newsmen in their small
Moscow apartment, the
Sakharovs discussed Yelena's
recent encounters with the
KGB.
Sakharov, the man who
helped develop Russia's
hydrogen bomb and recently
warned the west about the
possible dangers of rushing into
detente with Moscow, also
declared he was now ready to
accept an invitation to teach in
the United States.
But he was pessimistic he
could receive permission to
leave this country and feared
that once abroad the road
home would be closed to him
forever.

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Queried about his
invitation to spend an
academic year at Princeton
University, Sakharov said: "I
want to go there to work as a
professor. I am ready to accept
it for one year or less."

Sitting holding hands in
their tiny living room with a
tape recorder operating beside
them, the Sakharvos calmly
recou;.ted details of Mrs.
Sakharov's summons to KGB
headquarters.
Mrs. Sakharov's tone
wavered only when she
revealed that her interrogators
had "threatened me with the
fate of my children and told


me that as a mother I should
think of them."
The KGB did not elaborate
on the warning, but Mrs.
Sakharov said her son and
daughter have laready suffered
official repressions because of
her husband's activities.
She said Tanya, her
daughter by her first marriage,
and Tanya's husband, Yefrem,
"are in constant trouble,"
having been expelled from
their universities and fired
from subsequent jobs.
Their 17-year-old son,
Alexei, has repeatedly been
harassed at his school and
refused admission to
university, she said.(AP)


the Government said.
A decline in meat and
poultry prices was more than
offset by large increases in
prices of restaurant meals and
some food and grocery store
prices.
Food prices rose one-tenth
of a percent following a drop
of seven-tenths of a percent in
September and a record 6
percent in August.
Grocery prices actually
declined three-tenths of a
percent but the drop was offset
by a 1.8 percent jump in food
purchased away from home,.
including restaurant meals and
snacks.
Poultry, egg and pork prices
fell sharply again as they did
in September and prices for
beef and veal declined as well
but prices for most other food
sold in grocery stores went up,
the Government said.
Prices for nonfood
commodities jumped
nine-tenths of one percent,
sharpest this year and the
biggest jump since a one
percent increase in October
1970.
Seasonally adjusted, the
increase was five-tenths of a
percent.
Services, including rents,
mortgage payments and medical
fees rose 1.1l percent, an
increase not equalled since
March 1970. (AP)


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FOR SPACE

WALK

HOUSTON Skylab 3's
astronauts are concentrating on
medical tests and preparations
for a Thanksgiving Day space
walk.
With their orbiting home
shipshape they were able to
settle down to research work
that will occupy them the
remainder of their record space
journey.

They were in the sixth day
of the planned 84-day mission.
They spent the first 4% days
setting up housekeeping in the
lab and were able to start
medical checks yesterday.

Doctors said astronauts on
the 59-day -Skylab 2 mission
showed a decline in the
manufacture of red blood cells
and changes in mineral balance
and in the muscles of the back.
A thorough understanding of
these changes is necessary if
man is to embark on long
voyages to other planets.

Pogue and Gibson are to
step outside the orbiting
station or Thanksgiving Day to
change film in a battery of
solar telescopes, set up several
scientific experiments and
repair a stuck antenna on an
earth resources package.

The astronauts will begin
scientific research Friday,
when they are to take
the first photographs of the
comet Kohoutek as it moves
toward the sun from outer
space. At that time, the comet
will be about 97 million miles
from the sun and 142 million
miles from earth.(AP)


Oil blackmail


U.S. Under Secretary of
State William Porter warned
the Arab oil-producing world
last night that "economic
blackmail in any form with
any commodity will be a
two-dged sword, bhrting this
who wield it as well"as
intended victim." (AP) .


Getty kidnap silence


ROME The alleged
kidnappers of Paul Getty, the
grandson of the American oil
billionaire, have failed to
contact the boy's family for
the past five days.
Police experts said a severed
ear the kidnappers had sent as
evidence they actually detain
him "May really be Paul's right
ear."
Giovanni Jacovoni, the
family lawyer, said Paul's
mother, former actress Gail
Harris, is not feeling well.
She received the latest
phone call from those who


claim to keep her son Friday.
Paul Getty, 17, dropped out
of sight in Rome overnight on
July 9. Letters mailed from
southern Italy, some
handwritten by him, describes
him &a the victim of abductors
and demanded a ransom.
Paul's grandfather and father
had declined to deal with the
alleged abductors, who had
said they wanted much more
than the boy's mother could
afford. The father had said he
is now ready to pay "the
maximum he is able to raise."


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By ETIENNE DUPUCH
GRAND CAYMAN, October 30:- The Science column in
today's Miami Herald reports that a comet is travelling in space
and will light up the sky by New Year's Eve. *
The comet Kohoutek, heading for a spectacular rendezvous
with the sun," reports Joel N. Shurkin, Herald staff writer, "is
Snow approaching our part of the solar system at 70,000 miles an
hour and should be visible with binoculars by next week (first
Week in November).
: "The comet, the biggest of the century, will be visible to the
naked eye in four weeks. By New Year's Eve it probably will have
.a glowing tail that will cross one-sixth of the sky, producing a
a bigger show than that put on by Halley's comet in 1910."
S. **********
I can tell you an amusing story about Halley's comet.
Its approach to the earth was reported in the newspapers some
months after my mother died in our house on Shirley Street on
the site now occupied by The Tribune.
S My father couldn't stand the sight of the house any more and
so he moved to the big three-storey house on Bay Street built by
Elias Dupuch, the first member of the family to settle in Nassau
Sin 1840. This house was pulled down only a few years ago.
At the time the property was owned by Walter Moore (late Sir
Walter Moore) and my father rented it from him. The bottom
floor was used by The Tribune office and plant. We occupied the
two upper floors.
At the time there was no mid-East war with the threat of a
Third world war and total atomic destruction, no Watergate, no
child revolt, no drug problem, no talk of impeachment of a U.S.
SPresident to fill the columns of the newspapers. And so Halley's
Comet became the big story for the world's newspapers.
Today's comet story appeared in the section of The Herald
under a single column heading!

It was feared at the time that when Halley's tail swung for its
return to outer space it might strike the earth and consume us all
in a ball of fire.
Scientists had worked out to the minute when this might
happen. It was supposed to take place at a fixed hour on a fixed
date.
For weeks people all over the world watched as Halley
approached nearer and nearer to the earth. It was a frightening
sight, especially on the last night when Halley's flaming red tail
seemed to stretch clear across the sky.
As the hour of doom approached people all over Nassau were
watching from some vantage point ... holding their breath because
it really looked like this could be the end of the earth.

God had promised after the great flood that He would never
again destroy mankind by water. The rainbow that stretches
across the sky in rainy weather is taken as a pledge that there will
not be another flood.
But the Bible said that in the last days there would be wars and
rumours of wars and that the human family would destroy itself
in one last great war which would be named Armageddon.
It is believed by students of the Bible that Armageddon will
Stake place in the Middle East at a time when the Jews, God's
chosen people, will be greatly assailed by enemies.
There was no evidence of any of these events in the making at
the time of Halley but it was already being suggested that Kaiser
Wilhelm of Germany would make a bid for the throne of England
Sa great and bloody war, after the death of his uncle King
ETward vII. As you ali know ... this war did come three years
later.
But people at the time did not have time to rationalize on the
fine points of prophecy because the tail of Halley's comet
looked like the Armageddon they would haie to face.
The faithful, of course, scanned the heavens in search of the
great event in which they would be snatched up to heaven in the
Twinkling of an eye, at the sound of the last trumpet... and thus
'they would be saved from being consumed by this terrifying ball
Sof fire.
cc..***0**0
I was eleven years old at the time.
My father had gathered his four children around him and we all
stood together as a united family on the front porch of the
second storey of the old Dupuch building.
SOn the minute of doom fire engines went racing up Bay Street,
clanging their bells.
At that time the Eastern, Western and Southern Brigades were
equipped with hand pumped engines. They were drawn by
running men but the clanging of bells signalled their approach.
The City Fire Brigade, considered the premier fire brigade in
,the island, had a steam engine that belched fire and smoke when
(it was in motion.
t When this iron behemoth rolled up Bay Street people ran out
*-of their houses screaming that this was the end of the world.
But it didn't happen. Night after night we watched this great
.comet grown smaller and smaller until finally it disappeared into
*outer space. But no one who saw it on that final night will ever
forget the experience.

Now The Herald reports that Kohoutek will be larger and will
fput on a bigger show than Halley's but there is no suggestion that
Zit might be on a collision course with the earth. It seems to be
.moving in the direction of the sun.
f Boy...if they buck up that will be a hell of a show. The last
'one, of course.

"Kohoutek is now 211 million miles from the earth and 152


millionn miles from the sun," The Herald article reports. By the
pnd of the week (early November) it will have crossed the orbit of
'Mars.
"It is not known just how bright it will get to be. The best
-estimates range from minus three to minus ten, as astronomers
.measure brightness.
S"Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, has a magnitude of minus
1.47. The full moon has a magnitude of minus 12.
"It is impossible to project from its present magnitude how
right it will become, said George Hamilton of the Planetarium in
hiladelphia.
S"Kohoutek has a head of dust, ice, methane and ammonia
cases spread out over 25 miles. The head is surrounded by a
;hell or coma or 10,000 miles wide. The tail of ice and dust
measures at least 30 million miles, perhaps as much as 100 million
niles long.
"Comets like Kohoutek are believed to come from the outer
aches of the solar system, nudged out of position by the gravity
om a passing star."
* ** ******
SI suppose the world is too involved with its own multiple
problems today to be concerned as to the danger that people
feared from Halley's comet in 1910.
With the situation in the Middle East today, in which the
Jewish people occupy the centre of the stage, the world seems
earer to Armageddon than in 1910.
J This much is certain. .. if Kohoutek were to strike it would
a~le ll the problems besetting the world today. Certainly it
9ould ensure that the injustice reported in the "Footnote To
htory" in this column today would not be repeated.
This discussion calls to mind an historic moment in England
hen a victim of Queen Elizabeth l's wrath approached the block
the Tower of London.
This was Sir Walter Raleigh, a one-time favourite of the


lWh Iribtwm


Roy Solomon corrects Editor on family record


EDITOR, The Tribune
I am moved to write you in
regard to several
misstatemeents of fact
contained in an "Editorial"
mis-titled "An Exercise in
Memory" which appeared in
your issue of Friday,
November 16th. I might add
that practically every
"Editorial" which appears in
your newspaper these days
contains many distortions or
misstatements of fact but these
I am far too busy to correct.
However, when such
distortions or misstatements
concern my family then I feel
it incumbent upon me to set
the record straight.
The second paragraph in the
"Editorial" referred to states:
"At that time no governor
could afford to ignore power
blocs in the House ... and the
Solomons had that power."
I am moved to enquire
exactly who these Solomons
were who wielded so much
power. To the best of my
knowledge there were exactly
two Solomons who were
Members of the House during
the Second World War my
Uncle, then Mr. Kenneth
Solomon, who was Leader for
the Government and my
Father, Eric Solomon who was
one of the more active and
vocal members of the
opposition. Hardly a power
bloc!
The fourth paragraph refers
to my grandfather as a Jew
who made his home at Harbour
Island. While, personally, I am
of the opinion that we are the


descendants of Jews neither
Mr. William Holowesko nor a
professional firm in the United
Kingdom, both of whom I
employed some 2% years ago
to trace my family back
beyond my great-grandfather
who arrived in Nassau circa
1799, have yet been able to
establish whether we are or
not. If Sir Etienne, in his
apparent wisdom, can throw
any light on this matter I
would be exceeding grateful.
Further on in the
"Editorial" the following
statement appears: "it is
interesting to recall that the
first Adderley was an
Englishman who came to
Nassau at the time of the boom
created by the American Civil
War." You may take it from
me Madam that the first
Adderley arrived in the
Bahamas many long years
before the American Civil War!
In regard to Mr. Kenneth
Solomon's activities some
elaborations is called for beyond
the facts as outlined in the
"Editorial" which imply that
my uncle was not elected to
the House until after World
War One. He was in fact
elected to the House for Abaco
in 1908, resigned in 1918 to
serve in the Legal Department,
resigned from the Department
and was re-elected to the
House in 1925. He remained a
Member of the House until
1946 at which time he was
"elevated" to the Presidency of


temperamental maiden Queen, who had fallen into disfavour and
had been sent to the headsman's block by his Queen.
It is reported that Sir Walter picked up the axe, ran his finger
over its sharp edge and commented: "This is a sharp remedy, but
a sure cure for all ills." He handed the axe to the headsman and
calmly commented: "Do your duty headsman' I implore you to
take good aim."
The headsman did. And a romantic chapter in history was
closed.
SPECIAL NOTES: An article in a later issue of The Herald states
that the tail of Kohoutek is all vapour and that it probably will
not hurt the earth if it strikes.
This reassuring section in the newspaper reads:
"The comet's nucleus has been compared to a loosely packed
snowball, made up of frozen water, methane, ammonia, carbon
dioxide and particles of cosmic dust. As it hurtles towards the
sun, this mixture heats up and forms a bright tail.
"Kohoutek's nucleus is anywhere from six to 25 miles wide
and is surrounded by a hydrogen 'head' or cloud that is more
than 60,000 miles in-diameter."
Later in the article The Herald's science writer states:
"Even if a comet smacked directly into the earth, we probably
'wouldn't notice the effect,' says Jack Horkheimer, writer and
director of programming for the Miami Museums planetarium.
'Comets are practically nothing they're too loosely placed to be
devastating.'
"Passing through the tail would be 'like blowing smoke in
somebody's face,' he adds. Though large chunks could reach.
earth, he concedes, most of the comet is a thin wisp of matter.
"The closest Comet Kohoutek will come to the earth will be
75 million miles on January 15. But its distance from the sun, not
earth will dictate the object's brightness.
"By the time it reaches perihelion (closest point to the sun),
the comet will be travelling at 250 million miles an hour. It may
have begun its journey 10,000 years ago."
(I italicized the word "probably" in Horkheimer's statement.
If this is the case scientists today must know much more about
comets than they did in Halley's day when dire disaster for the
earth was feared. In any event, if Horkheimer proves to be wrong
no one will be left to tell him so).
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: I was on my way to the beach for an
afternoon swim when I overtook a man in a wheel chair being
pushed to the elevator by his wife.
I stopped to help her because she was having some difficulty
pushing the chair over the carpet.
I had only my swim trunks on with a towel thrown across my
shoulder. And so most of my body was exposed.
"Boy," the man commented admiringly, "you must have been
here a year to get a tan like that."
"I have been here only a couple of days," I said. "I come from
another sunny island .. Nassau."
"Nassau!" he echoed and there was an inflection in his voice
that made me feel that he might have a story to tell.
"Do you know Nassau?" I asked him.
"Oh boy, do I know Nassau," he said with emphasis. "That's
where I got burnt."
I knew that he wasn't in a wheel chair because of a fire
accident in Nassau. He had told me he had a broken hip.
"It wasn't in Nassau," he volunteered. "It was at another island
in the Bahamas ... Acklins-Crooked Island."
"You are then the man who had a fishing camp at these
islands and was closed out by the government during the election
last year," I prompted.
"It was really my son," he said. "But it was my money. They
took us for $300,000. And so now I am in the Caymans. This
looks like a nice island. Nice people."
c******
I met this man later in the dining room.
He told me that he could have built up a big business for the
island with the export of red snapper which is in great demand in
Florida.
It was difficult for him to believe what had happened and so he
went to Nassau to see Mr. Pindling. On two occasions he sat
outside his door for several hours feeling that he could speak with
him when he came out but he swept by him and wouldn't speak.
He saw the Minister of Agriculture two of them but got
nowhere with either. He went to the P.L.P. convention held after
the election. He talked with Senators and Members of the House.
They seemed sympathetic but he got nowhere in the end.
And then he asked me the question that puzzles everyone who
tries to do business with them ... "what are they trying to do?"
And I gave him the same answer I have given in every case like
this: "I don't know ... and I don't think they know."
**cc****
I print a report of this encounter for the benefit of members of
the P.L.P. party who try to blame the newspapers for the bad
reputation the Bahamas has in the world today.
This is the way the news gets around.
As I have pointed out before, the government makes bad news
... and they have xily themselves to blame for giving the islands a
black eye in world opinion.


the Legislative Council (now
the Senate).
Further on we come across
this statement: "The Solomons
had four sisters...." We also
learn that my Aunt Vera
Patterson "was the last
member of her generation of
the family to die a few years
ago." In the first instance the
Solomons had five not four
- sisters and my Aunt Vera
Patterson, whether Sir Etienne
likes it or not is very much
alive. Whether she will be
amused or upset at reading her
own obituary is not for me to
say.
We now come to a paragraph
concerning my late Father
which is inaccurate in content:
"Incidentally Eric Solomon
had one grievance. He could
not get a seat in Ex. Co.
because he had two brothers
there. The Governor tried to
vaseline his pride by appointing
him to a seat in the Legislative
Council but he refused."
Certainly within my memory,
which goes back to 1930, my
Father had no ambitions for a
seat on the Executive Council
- and, knowing how fiercely
independent he always was, I
seriously doubt that he ever
entertained such ambitions.
In regard to the offer to him
of a seat in the Legislative
Council that is a very different
story and had nothing to do
with the salving of pride. At
that time Sir Bede Clifford was
Governor, Mr. Jarrett was
Colonial Secretary, and my
father in addition to being a
thorn in the side of
Government held a "safe"
seat at Exuma. Sir Bede, for
nefarious reasons of his own,
wanted Mr. Jarrett elected to
the House of Assembly where
ex officio, he would become
Leader for the Government. Sir
Bede therefore sent for my
father and made the following
proposition: (a) my Father
would resign from the House,
(b) my Father would proceed
to get Mr. Jarrett elected in the
subsequent by election, and (c)
my father would then be
appointed to a seat in the
Legislative Council. Since my
father held Mr. Jarrett in utter
contempt and distrusted him
completely he didn't trust
'Sr Bede either though he
respected his ability he told


Sir Bede exactly what he could
do with the seat in Leg. Co.
and further assured Sir Bede
that the only way Mr. Jarrett
would be elected to the House
of Assembly would be over his
(my father's) dead body.
Suffice it to say that Mr.
Jarrett was never elected to the
House.
While on the subject of
Public Service and having, over
the years like the rest of the
poor, suffering, reading public
- been exposed ad
nauseum, by courtesy of Sir
Etienne, to the great
achievements and Public
Service of the Dupuch Family
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some comparison with the
Solomon Family.
My Great Grandfather
Elias John Solomon, elected to
the House for Harbour Island
in 1815 some few years, I
believe, before the Dupuch
Family made their appearance
on the scene. He was, however,
elected without his knowledge
and consent and declined to
take his seat. Sir Kenneth
Solomon a Member of the
House for 31 years and
Legislative Council for 8 years
until the time of his death. Eric
Solomon a Member of the
House for 33 years. Percy
Solomon a Member of the
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time of his death. Roy
Solomon a Member of the
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Solomon a Member of the
House for 7 years. This, by my
calculations, make a total of
106 years and I do not include
here the service of my uncle
Neville Solomon in Leg. Co.
nor my cousin Mr. Gurth
Duncombe in the House as I do
not have the details at hand.
Our collective accomplish-
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In our garage. He asked me if he could install an extension
phone out there as a friend of his had done. I told him I
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said one was given to him by a friend, and the other he
picked out of a gutter after having seen it there for a year.
[I believe him.]
I think the phone should be removed from our son's
room unless he is willing to have it installed by the phone
company and pay monthly charges. I also believe the road
signshould be taken down, since they were county prop-
erty. What do you think? A MOTHER
DEAR MOTHER: The same principle is involved in
both Instances. By-passing the phone company is taking a
free ride on their monthly service, even tho the instrument
was purchased elsewhere. Keeping road signs that belong
to the county is also dishonest. I'm with you, mother.
DEAR READERS: If you are not accustomed to saying
grace before each meal, but would like to offer a thanks-
giving prayer at your table on this Thanksgiving Day, mine
is yours for the reading. And here it is:
0, heavenly Father,
We thank Thee for the food
And remember the hungry.
We thank Thee for health
And remember the sick.
We thank Thee for friends
And remember the friendless
We thank Thee for freedom
And remember the enslaved.
May these remembrances stir us to service
That Thy gifts to us may be used for others.
Amen.
[Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Love, Abby]
DEAR ABBY: I work in a hospital, and I wish you
would please devote a little space in your column to the
way people should conduct themselves when visiting a pa-
tient in the hospital. Recently a patient was admitted with
a serious heart condition.
The patient's sister entered, hysterical and in tears.
She threw herself upon the patient [who was wired and
bottled on both sides] and screamed: "Thank God you're
alive. I thought you'd be dead by the time I got back!"
Then the patient's husband said to his ailing wife:
"When I told So and So you were rushed to the hospital
with a heart attack, she said: 'She'll never make it!' "
This kind of talk at the bedside of a patient is uncalled
for, and detrimental to the welfare of the patient. Please
ask people to think before they speak, even tho they are
emotionally upset. N. Y. POST READER
DEAR READER: Your letter may serve a useful pur-
S pose, but common sense is such an uncommon commodity,
some fools will continue to babble, regardless.
CONFIDENTIAL TO "SAME FIGHT THIS YEAR IN
ATLANTIC, IA.": Settle it by going to your mother's for
Thanksgiving, and to his mother's for Christmas.


Imperial Life man at
TAPPY DAVIS. Nassau,
recently returned from
Toronto where he attended a
special education conference at
the head office of The Imperial
Life Assurance Company of
Canada. He was among 19 life
underwriters selected from the
company's branches across
Canada and in its Southern and


Canadian seminar
U.S. divisions. Mr. Davis was in
Toronto from October 2. to
November 2.
The conference is one ot a
series of seminars which
Imperial Life holds periodically
for newer representatives of
the company to provide thim
with special training in
advanced life underwriting.


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Problems? You'll feel better If you get I o e y ekmet.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: box No. W i, L.A.,
Calif. oo069. Enclose stamped, seoifaddremd envelope,
please.
For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding,"
send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills,
Cal. 90212.



LIFE, RETIREMENT or

DISABILITY INSURANCE

Why Not Join the Other
Thinking Bahamians
Protected by Imperial Life?


SEE
WINSTON 'TAPPY' DAVIS
IMPERIAL LIFE REPRESENTATIVE

22508-9


FNM CONVENTION
From Page 1
your branch meetings away
from the hungry eyes and ears
of our enemies."
This year's FNM convention
theme is: "Let there be Light."
This was symbolized by the
lighting of candles at the head
table. Leader Kendal Isaacs,
accompanied by parliamentary
members Arthur Foulkes, and
Noel Roberts then moved to
the rear to light the candles
held by each delegations.


IMPERIAL LIFE
covers you for life
,/


On Novmbr 26, 1973


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New Roads-Another
Sign of Progress at
San Andros
Paced by men, machines and a master
plan, road construction is moving ahead
rapidly at San Andros Twenty-two miles
of roads are being cleared, graded and
compacted. Thil is th first stage toward
a network of roads linking the entire
development. By early 1974, all San
Andros subdvsions w:ll have rods,
making EVERY homesite easily accessible
by car. Contractor: Son Andros (Baha-
mas) Limited, Andros Surveying and
Aerial Photography: LTD Surveying &
Engineering Ltd.. Nassau Traffic Circle
Renovation: Albert Whitney Construc-
tion. Nichols Town, Andros.

San Andros Hotel Being >
Redecorated & Enlarged
The San Andros Hotel is being com-
pletely refurbished and painted in bright
island colors. The appearance will be
further enhanced by luxurious new car-
petings and an attractive pool patio. The
cocktail lounge is being extended and
will feature an open air area at pool-
side. This maior improvement program
will insure that our hotel guests and
visiting property owners hove a delight-
ful holiday on Andros.
General Contractor: Son Andros (Ba-
hamas) Limited, Andros.
Carpeting Installation: Kermit Riley,
Nichols Town, Andros.
Roofing: Interior & Exterior Construction
Ltd., Nassau.
Swimming Pool: Gunite Pools of Nassau
Ltd., Nassau.
Hotel Fire Equipment John S George &
Co., Nassau.
Kitchen Equipment Servicing, Commer-
cial Services Ltd., Nassau.


San Andros Beach Club >
Takes on A New Lookl
In line with company policy to provide
more recreation areas as the develop-
ment progresses facilites at the San
Andros Beach Club ore being improved
to accommodate on ever-increasing
number of people v*il.ng their property.
New thatched roof on all structures

Contraocor Frank BSown Construction
Company. Nichols Town. Andros


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New tennis courts that met professIonal stand.
words are nearing conptn on the ground of the
Son Andros Hotel. This is just another sep m1wed
our gool of making Son Andre a (toMW e t
community, with aNl recrea, tinol fo is close 1w
hand. Contractor, Blhom# Tennts Coeut Cou.si
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Subdivision Of San Andros, The Get-A-Way Community Where People Are Buing Fr
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TOMATOES by the boat
load are coming in at the
Potter' Cay Produce Exchange.
The tomato, probably only
outdone by the onion, is
perhaps the cook's best Triend.
It can go in or around
practically any dish from soups
to entrees to salads.
They are also the dieter's
best friend since they are very
low in calories and high in
vitimin C.
Tomatoes are easily grown
during the cooler months in
the Bahamas and are ideal for
the home gardener. Some
varieties grow well in pots and
are extremely attractive in
hanging baskets.
But if yours haven't ripened
yet, get your supply from


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an accompaniment for meat
dishes. Combine four cups
peeled and seeded tomatoes, a
medium onion finely chopped,


a tablespoon of butter, two
teaspoons sugar and a teaspoon
basil, salt *and pepper in a
saucepan and bring to a boil. In
a bowl, sift together a cup of
flour, two teaspoons baking
powder and half a teaspoon
salt. Cut in a tablespoon butter


SUNDAY MONDAY FRIDAY
11:00a.m. THRILLING MISSIONARY SLIDES 7:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
SPECIAL MUSIC AT EVERY SERVICE


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Centreville Food Market
P.O. Box 5714 6th TERRACE EAST PHONE 5-8106

STORE HOURS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 8 a.m. 8:30 p.m.
FRIDAY.,ASATURDAY 8 a.m. 9 p.m.
SUNDAY 8 a.m. 10 a.m.

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GIANT SIZE


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RED DELIOUS APPLES 3LB.BAGS. 1.25


FRESH GRAPEFRUIT


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ORANGES 5LB BAG $1.15
AIAX CLEANSER 14OZ.(2CANS FOR) 55C


KRAFT FRESH ORANGE JUICE QTS. 75t

U.S. CHOICE CHUCK ROAST Ib. S1.25

U.S. CHOICE CHUCK STEAK lb. 1.39


303 (2 CANS FOR) 89C

DEL MONTE SLICED PEACHES

303(2CANS FOR! 79C

DEL MONTE SLICED BEETS

303 (2 CANS FOR) 737

DEL MONTE W.K. CORN

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until well blended. Add half a
cup of milk or enough to make
a soft dough. Stir as little as
possible. Let the dough stand
for five minutes. Drop the
batter from a tablespoon into
the boiling tomato mixture.
Cover and cook over moderate
heat for 10 minutes.
*******
Tomato mayonnaise is
excellent with cold salmon.
Peel, seed and chop four
tomatoes and cook them down
to a medium puree in a quarter
cup of butter. Season with salt
and pepper and let the
tomatoes cool. Add two cups
mayonnaise and a tablespoon
of chopped parsley.
For a tomato salad with a
difference try it with brandy.
Peel and slice four tomatoes
and place them in a salad bowl
with a teaspoon of brandy, and
salt. pepper and a littel sugar.
Let the tomatoes stand at
room temperature for several
hours. Garnish with thin mild
onion rings. Before serving, add
a little oil and vinegar dressing.
Tomatoes stuffed with
Munster cheese can be served
as a vegetable or a garnish. Cut
the tops from six small
tomatoes and scoop out the
seeds. Invert on paper towels
and let drain. In the top of a
double boiler over simmering
water, melt half pound of
grated Munster cheese. Add a
diced clove of garlic, two
tablespoon white wine, half a
teaspoon Dijon mustard and a
little cayenne pepper. Cook
until the mixture in smooth
and creamy, stirring
constantly. Fill the tomatoes
with the cheese and broil until
the cheese is bubbly and lightly
browned.
*******


BWA begins its Frakfurt


to Freeport charter service


Here are two more tomato
salads. Thinly slice four
tomatoes and place on a
serving dish. Sprinkle with
chopped parsley, basil and
pepper. Add a little olive oil
and just before serving,
sprinkle with salt.
For tomato and onion salad,
combine six quartered
tomatoes and a large sliced
Italian red onion. Make the
dressing by combining six
tablespoons olive oil, one and a
half tablespoons wine vinegar.
two tablespoons chopped
parsley. a teaspoon salt and
half a teaspoon pepper. Mix
and pour over the tomatoes.
Garnish with parsley sprigs.
This tomato sauce adds to
zucchini. In a saucepan.
combine four peeled, seeded
and chopped tomatoes with
half a cup of butter. Add a
finely chopped onion and two
teaspoons basil. Cook over low
heat, stirring frequently, for
half an hour. Add half cup of
drained and diced pimento,
salt and pepper to taste, and
pour over boiled zucchini.
Tomatoes and zucchini
make an excellent casserole
dish. Slice enough zucchini to
make four cups. Heat two
tablespoons butter in a skillet
and cook the zucchini with a
crushed clove of garlic until
tender. Add two peeled and
diced tomatoes and cook until
the tomatoes are soft. Add salt
and pepper to taste and arrange
in a serving dish. Sprinkle with
chopped black olives and finely
chopped parsley.

Try baked tomatoes
with cheese and hard
cooked eggs. Saute four peeled
and thickly sliced tomatoes in
butter for a minute Drain.
Rub six hard-cooked eggs
through a seive. Place a layer of
tomato slices in a baking dish.
cover with a layer of sieved
eggs, sprinkle with grated
Cheddar cheese. Top with a
layer of medium cream sauce.
Repeat the layers ending with
the sauce. Top with more
grated cheese and bread
crumbs. Bake at 350 degrees
for half and hour.
Here is a simple baked
tomato recipe. In a bowl,
combine half cup fresh bread
crumbs, two tablespoons
melted butter, several finely
chopped sprigs of parsley, a
teaspoon basil, and salt and
pepper. Cut six tomatoes in
half and scoop out the pulp.
Pile the bread mixture in the
tomato halves and sprinkle
them generously with sesame
seeds. Bake at 350 degrees for
15 minutes.
This tomato sauce is
excellent with steak or other
beef dishes. In a saucepan,
cook a chopped clove of garlic
in two tablespoons olive oil
until the bits are golden. Stir in
two peeled, seeded and
chopped tomatoes and a small
can of tomato paste. Add three
cups of water and season with
salt and pepper. Cover the pot
and simmer for three-quarters
of an hour.
And finally, here is a soup
with tomato and sour cream to
be served chilled. Peel and seed
a dozen tomatoes and puree
them in a blender. Add six
finely minced green onions,
two teaspoons grated lemon
rind, the juice of a lemon, a
teaspoon :sugar, a dash of
thyme and marjoram, and salt
and pepper. Blend thoroughly
end chill. Before serving, stir in
a cup of sour cream and
garnish each bowl with
chopped parsley.


Frankfurt, Germany to
Freeport charters on November
11, when a Boeing 707 BWA
jet landed at Freeport's
International Airport, filled to
capacity with German
passengers.
Debbie Isaacs, BWA
stewardess and Miss Bahamas
World, was social hostess for
the passengers, who remained
in Freeport for a few days
before returning to Germany.


Fast relief
from tiredness
and discomfort
If you often feel tired and
find yourself getting irritable,
it could be caused by inade-
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from the body. This condition
may be relieved with Dodd's
Pills. Dodd's contain an effec-
tive diuretic to increase the
flow of urine and
speed the re-
moval of impu-
rities to help you
feel better.
Dodd's Pills
For relief from
tiredness and
discomfort.


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BAHAMAS World Airlines
sales inaugural flight from
Germany will arrive in
Freeport on Sunday,
November 25, bringing in over
100 German travel agents for a
week's stay in the Bahamas.
During this time, the travel
agents will familiarize
themselves with the Bahamas
as a future holiday destination
for the European Economic
Community.
BWA began their series of


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MISSIONS CONFERENCE
AT

NEW

TESTAMENT CHURCH
HIGHLAND PARK DOLPHIN DRIVE
NOVEMBER 18 NOVEMBER 25


FEATURED SPEAKERS:
REV. DAN TRUAX Baptist International Missions
REV. ORMAN NORWOOD-- International Board of Jewish Missions
REV. BILL McMULLIN Baptist World Missions


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Music

night
THE "SOYPIN FUND"
Committee will present a
Bahamian Musicale Sunday at
9.30 p.m. in the Crown -
Ballroom of the Paradise Island
Hotel and Villas.
Among those attending will
be Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling and Mrs. Pindling,
Deputy Prime Minister Arthur
Hanna and Mrs. Hanna and His
Lordship Bishop Michael
Eldon.

The musical is under the
patronage of Development
Minister Carlton Francis and
Mrs. Francis.
Artists appearing will be
Kayla Lockhart and the
Chamber Singers, Veronica
Road, Sidney Sawyer, the
William Phipps Primary School /
Band, Gladstone Adderley, Bill
Bonaparte and the BBC singers.


Tickets, which include
bridge toll, can be obtained
from Gold and Silversmiths in
the Bernard Sunley Building
and Donald's Furniture and
Appliances Store in Centreville.


FINCO'S glamour savings officer, Arnett Bateman,
recently bid a short farewell to Nassau when she left for
Chicago to attend a six week on-the-job training course,
sponsored by Finco, at the Chicago Federal Savings and
Loans Association.


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it's Dominion for Life


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Moscow


accuses

Peking
MOSCOW'S claim that
Peking wants to provoke a
Soviet-US military clash,
though it has an ominous
sound, seems nevertheless a
Kremlin gambit in a contest for
dominating influence in Asia.
The accusation was
published by the government
newspaper Izvestia, a fact that
in itself suggests there might be
less to this seeming escalation
of the verbal war than meets
the eye.
Peking's anti-Soviet posture
has become more irksome than
ever to Moscow lately.
The new Middle East war
permitted Peking to portray
the Russians as conniving with
the Americans to rule the
world.
This fits in with Peking's
own pretensions to lead what it
calls the third world of "poor"
nations.
Peking has manoeuvred
industriously against Soviet
attempts to set up a collective
security system in Europe.
Moscow can have little doubt
that China would be even more
opposed to a similar Soviet
enterprise in Asia.
It seems Moscow has sought.
to lay down a propaganda
barrage in advance of the
Brezhnev trip, designed
primarily to scare Asians by
portraying the Chinese as eager
for World War III.
Soviet propaganda insists the
Chinese opposed a Middle East
ceasefire because they wanted
the war to go on indefinitely


Date.of a lifetime at the Nassau Beach Hotel for pretty
Kathleen Torrence. She was the winner of a date with
handsome Ed Begley Jr. recently on the popular "Dating
Game" show. Kathy is a designer who lives and works in
Hollywood and Ed is following in his famous father's
footsteps as an actor and star of the CBS show "Roll-Out"


Ms. NAZLA DANE has
arrived in Nassau for a five-day
Itay at New Providence.
She is staying at the Ocean
Club, Paradise Island.
Ms Dane is President of the
International Federation of
Business and Frofessional
Women.
This evening, Ms. Dane will
conduct the installation
ceremony at the annual
banquet to be held at the
Sonesta Hotel and will present
honorary membership in the
New Providence Association to
Ms. Marguerite Pindling who,
with her husdand, Lynden
Pindlinng, the Prime Minister,
will attend the banquet.
It is hoped that Lady
Caroline Butler and Senator
Dr. Doris Johnson will also
find it possible to be present in
order that they might also
receive their honorary
memberships.
Tomorrow November 22nd,
Ms. Dane will keep an
appointment with the Prime
Minister and in the evening,
dine at the home of Mr. and
Ms. Freddie Higgs.
After a sightseeing morning,
Ms. Dean will be entertained at
luncheon at "Below Deck" by
members of the association,
and later will attend a
reception at the home of Mr.
and Ms. Smith members of the
Canadian Women and Men's
Club, where the guest speaker


will be Mr. Muirhead, President
of Crown Life Insurance. A
night club tour will follow.
Ms. Dane will leave Nassau
Saturday.
Nazla L. Dane was an officer
in Canada's life insurance
industry and is a past president
of one of Canada's largest
women's organizations. She has
successfully combined business
achievement and public
services.
Born and educated in
Saskatchewan, Ms. Dane
taught both public school and
high school in that province
before embarking on a busin ss
career. After taking a busin
course, she worked fc
department stores in Regina
and Vancouver prior to World
War II.
During the war, Ms. Dane
worked with the Dapartment
of Munitions and Supply and
with the Department of
Transport in Ottawa, serving as
an air priorities officer in the
latter.
In 1945, Ms. Dane joined
the Canadian Life Insurance
Association in Toronto and
was director of the
association's educational and
women's divisions. As such,
her responsibilities entailed
expensive travelling throughout
Canada, considerable public
speaking, working with
educational authorities at all
levels, giving interviews to the


press, television and radio, and
overseeing the production and
distribution of booklets and
film strips about life insurance
for use in schools. In 1971, she
retired from this work and
free-lances now as a public
relations consultant.
Ms. Dane has been active in
the Canadian Public Relations
Society, the Women's Canadian
Club of Toronto, the
Inter-Club Council for Women
in Public Affairs, the
Soroptimist Club of Toronto
and the Y.W.C.A. of Canada.
Her principal continuing
interest has been the Canadian
Federation of Business, and
Professional Women's Clubs.
She has been Club Provincial
and National President as well
as holding membership in this
organisation becoming only the
36th person to be so honoured
in 36 years.

In 1968, she was elected a
vice President and member of
the executive of the
International Federation of
Business and Professional
Women. In 1971, she was
elected president of that
organisation.
Ms. Dane reads widely, with
a special interest in history and
.biography and collects books
about Canada and Canadians
and by Canadians.


NOTICE is IWIheby* si tht TJOTHY EDWARD
HOLBEIN HEr4NaY of P. o0 B. F.77, Freprt, rad
Bahame Shmfhm IrappisLtql t t MinteMr rnmpeasibi
for NatlonMtVy and CitUMWhlp,.te. regtration asa ci dt
of Thew Btaktns., Ad t #t an person w knows any
reason why fregltratlo should note grentd4'l t Ml a a
written and iprse ttesnt At #tll .,t within
twentyeight dits frbul th. &t .o o NpwAro 1973 to
The MintMlt rerspoNbe fr NM~MIIty aid ttamndip, P.
0. Box N7147, NU. . ,



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby glWsI tht JENNIER ANrE KETTEL
of RoiW's 1,Rnt., xupliJ S I o,,' tf 11tiste
responsible for NtO ltlPd Ctip ,.for ristrrtion
as a citizen of Tm ". hMii Titir arny prior who
knows any rafMt y W iWutration i0uMd notb grand
should seand writti amnd Alle stament of the facts
within twenty4ltgit days frn thw. 21st dy of lNov hobr
1973 to Thei MIIstr raettllbwI for Natlona lty and
Citizenship, P. 0 sox NfM47, Nsiau. .

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NOTICE i hItereby given Wrtt CMitIWNEit JAMES
KETTEL f Rtoker's 1.oi.t. 1'i e A t. nl tO the
Minister responsible fr Ne f on ty' C Atm.nshltp, for
registration as a c dtlaen o Thei ladies, nd Stht an.
peon who Ilnowsi*i realgn why registraion sh"lld not
be granted should snd sa written d slp E datement of
the fact within twenty-eigt day from. -t 21st day of
November 1973 to The MmniSte4ra ponmefor Natlonallty
and Citizflshp,'P.0.o(x, N7147, N-:Nm ,
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NOTICE.
NOTICE Is h erby gohn t A stNN VICTORIA
ROBINSON of Frrlingtop. Rgdis appying to the Minister
responsible for Ntilnility l itiaensip, for registration
as a citizen of The sahantl Adi tat any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written ad Sgned statement of the facts
within twentyeight days trmn the 21st day.of November
1973 to The Mnlster r sponslbla. for Nationality and
Citizenship, P. O. 'ox N7147, Ntssa. '




NOTICE

NOTICE is threy given tht bANIEL NATHANIEL
WILLIAMS of Eight Mile Rock, Glran Bahama, Beharmas Is
applying to the MM istr riespWntibl for Nationality and
Citizenship, for rgistrtibhil gI a duties of The Bahamas,
and that any person wto khow; many r ntn why
registratio should nota bm eted sho4uid sed a written
and signed statement of the facts wthin twenty-ight days
from the 21st day of November 1973 to The Minister
responsible for Ntionality and Citizenhip, P. 0. Box
N7147, NeMl. '


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby 91lm that 'JOEPH CHRISTOPHER
MORRIS of Eight Mile ROck, Grand Bahama, I applying to
the Minister responsible for Ntionality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reon rao registration should not
be granted should send a written and stoned statement of
the facts within twenty-eight das frm e h 14th ay of
Nov. 1973 to The Mniter responsible for Nationallv and
Citizenship. P. O. Bx N7147. Nassau.


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NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby givn that HENRY ACHLAUS
MclNTOSH IV of MWtthew Town. lnag..iis applying to the
Minister responsible for Natonality and Citizenship, ror
registration as a citizen of The Bahaims, and that any
person who knows any reason why rag3tration should hot
be granted souldsend a written and signed statement of
the fact within twentyeight days fro the 21st day of
November 1973 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship.P.O. Box NT147. Nassu.. .


GIBSON'S

SFender Repair Service
S CARMICHAEL ROAD
Headquarters For

H ead Office in Palmdale
on Rosetta St.
Phone Mr. Gibson


NOTICE is hereby given that GIRLEY ARIMILDA
HARVEY of Sea Grape, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 21st day of
November 1973 to The Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P. O. Box N7147, Nassau.


NOTICE is hereby given that CLIVE W. BISPHAM of
Dunmore Avenue, Chippingham, P. O. Box N8013 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 twentyeight days
from the 21st day of November 1973 to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0. Box
N7147, Nassau.


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NOTICE

NOTICE s hereby given that LE$LE UMWfLM OTT of P. O.
Box N-3048 Apt. 4 Prospect RidgCondeMa minluss, Nassu
is applyng to the Minister responibe for Nationlity a&d
Citizenship, for regltrratld as iatisen of The Bahama, and
that any. person who knows any rason Mwhy segistraton
should not be grantMed sioul d a written and signed
statement of the facts within weentyeklht days from thU
21st day of November 1973 to Teinister responsible for
Nationality and CIltn UpI .. ..O .Bx N7147. Neau,.



NNO TI.CE .r . ...
NOTICi 1 hft eby taA IvY ME: of
Westwn d Vlas. e New Pvence is
applying to the Minister rm4. fot Na ilolty
CitiazvnMp. for legigrli aa c aof 1thteii
and fr anyn peso ay we i knho y Woren W.hy
registration should Mt be granted stud lend a writejm
and signed statemitt of the facts within twelt days
from the 21st da of Noenatr 197 0 The Mi.iater
response I Ifbr atie and CideAI.P. k.k.8 ii
N7147, Nalatu,







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Laverne Jackman (centre) captain of senior girls volleyball champions C. C. Sweeting High receives the Caribbean
Bottling Trophy from Mr. Colin Wells, vice president and general manager of the C.B.C. Mr. Leonard Archer,
headmaster of C. C. Sweeting High, stands fourth from left, and Mr. Tom Grant volleyball coach is fourth from right.
Others in the picture include C. C. Sweeting High's volleyballers.


I t: t I! fIC 111 011 on I I. s N it n
a 2;t, 5rI. n the (Guardian
tdroppt.l ti' first game
90,S-x? 'T rtl !diiLkvd uLp the
Ie tIIjii vrt 1 1' Sot)8 37 .ind

Win .,i ii I B tilhel led the
lMarkcti.rs \\ith ai 201(520).
Ilis 201 i.' n htandily in the
lt i, '- it':, w li h i kas still a
haitil..' ii ,I il tlenth frame.
itii niii Sa ils aid Ronnie
Furo i iw','i' C'ple- ctivel with
1 9( ndl 8l S caiime to the

I m i .ii(! t.eam captain
Bruce l)clin,\. strong in their
. allai k pt ) tlie Guardian out
inl trint lii imnrc than halt' of
I h,' lir.si g3iint. Sands,
o lrii itlest i!nd Bethel then
'i k'.'i l u(p sc-e'nth trante strikes
',oithni lHti gami :at 36 all ini

Si l, s I,\ ,) and
) )c 'ii ll hr i iglit the
( t ia.lid aiii. the tii in l trmanle saw
hc!l t." int ili)\vn t)o opera
i ir'-s ivlii' thi'' leagie leading
M\l rk tl'-.rs i t ,i Id lthe shut out

'FEARLESS FL

FOR TREASU
A 1 NIl. 'N(, hll i' cm lipet itive
Sl!''11i wIll ht ve ne'gsteredl or
S i ii > ii i Q t l aiin ial
B ll li3'n,.ir 1 l \ i' ir atur' i llunt
,al: sucr ti; "c.I la i ss tie'rs" who
i ct ii t 'd ill ,111 ret i rns
iiiI I'.h i oauit', hiurnt .
I h1' I )7 v i 'is n is slated to
sn I it iiu l t Bahliama
I1-, A .t W "t I ld. ( Randd
IB l',' .i t Ih e r ] IhIc hunt
'11, V \,' It ip.m amid an
,i .i I i. 1 l '.inii ii'l i N i vhcduled
i Ih, 'sk! ;'lt n British
( l t 'mi i! I +I I ol Saturdayv
I) 1
l 2I i '.ss thliens a title
asi.''ii ,l \ hlu int >rn~aniizer


BAILLOU collected their first win of the
rugby season against Arawaks on Saturday and
they owe their narrow victory to newcomer,
Peter Moore, who scored all his side's points.
Baillou looked to have taken an early lead
when Finning went over on the left but the
final pass was ruled to have been forward, and
Arawaks fought their way back strongly into
Baillou territory.
A series of penalties gave them an
opportunity to take the lead, but they were
unable to capitalize on Baillou's mistakes.
There then followed one of the best moves
of the game. Dane Tutton broke through,
down the middle, kicked ahead then followed
up fast to collect the ball and feed winger
Peter Moore who touched down out on the
right.
Moore added the kick to his own try and
Baillou were ahead 6-0.
Jim Lawler then made sure that Arawaks
kept in close touch with a good penalty kick


"IF ON any occasion a
player associated with the
Bahamas Amateur Basketball
Association is found and
proven guilty of participating
or being involved in any form
of gambling on the outcome
of basketball games, that
player faces a possible
lifetime suspension from the
association," the B.A.B.A.
stressed in a press release
yesterday.
It was brought to the
Association's attention that
considerable fan betting took
place at the A.F. Adderley
Auditorium on November 16
prior to and during the
basketball game featuring the
Classic Pros and Strachans


Basketball players get

gambling warning


B.A.B.A.'s president Mr.
Vince rerguson pointed out
that when that kind of thing
comes into the sports arena
coupled with emotion then
there is bound to be grave
danger.
He mentioned that one
basketball game had to be
suspended because of
emotional outburst. However,
"what this was founded on I
don't know," he said.
In his stand for law and
order, respect for oneself and


In their attempt to curtail
gambling at games, the
association has notified and
solicited the services of the
Police Department to enforce
this request.
******4
The Police Royals meet
B.C.B. Warriors in the second
game tonight at the A. F.
Adderley Gym. In the first
game at 7:30 The Warriors
Juniors play Schlitz Brewers.
Defending junior champs
Container Saints play Bain
Tn,., i the rat h me 7- In


SAUto Airikans. respect for Authority, Mr. ow"" "m t". x. u s""" 'm :
S t "B.A.B.A. emphatically Ferguson continued that the tonight at the C. I. Gibsoi
condemns and disassociates appreciation of skillful play Gym Defending Nassa
S te a d y Gd ia n hd itself from this type of action rather than the outcome of League champs Beck
and requests that fans refrain the play alone should Cougars play Heastik
from gambling at future cultivate real fans of Supersonics in the second

off leaders C ty Marketele s. basketball. game.
ol\f) f iinghysuhnaders Coho ty M market Chile reiects bid to postpone
SI I \\ts In~lnp tgy Nassau by 70 pins. C h le b d t
;> I 1ia i iio1ethcr with 70 Billy Roberts who CITY MA.;,KT Pinder added a 178(498) res o
hanrixit tl' ,hittc h7 Bl R es oT. Roberts 158-168-180-,-86 leading defending champs ZURCH Chle has rejected
handici piis sottcd theim in contributed a 168 to the W.Bethel 201-149-170520 Mercur Bowling Squad to ZURICH: Chile has rejected
:ch .n r It I otl first place Marketeers first game held a B. Roberts 168-188-156512 Mercur Bowng quadtoa Sovtbid forosonement
CA \!..t ,, t ake a 2-1 commendable sixth frame 114 R. Turnquest 185-166-157508 2-1 victory over Home of their second leg World Cup
ii .v;!\ an;d th!it place in the when they once again captured B. Sands 196-166-152-514 Furniture.
i .i 1 te Balamas wlhe guardian's handicappu Sands 196-166 Mercury took the first game qualifying game and the
S \ ,i t aa the uardian's handicap pins Plaza League leading bowler 846-843, dropped the second International Football Yugoslav compromise move in Union:
iv m,.\,,: Riki lowe. and tied up at 26 points each. Larry d'Albenas rolled a match 872-869 and won the final Federation said today a the issue thus remained "Due situation arisen
\u it. rok k Ricky lowe Meanwhile, the Guardian high of 197(541) and Leslie "without result. Chile and consider
.th1 h 6 4........ without result.' Chile and consider


was battling with splits and
spares and unable to maintain
their steam trailed by two
points into the ninth. However,
Doug Roberts came from a low
first game of 147 and rolled a
strong 181 while Lowe added
two strikes in the final frames
elevating the Guardian to a 41
pin victory timing the match at
one game each.
In the decider, Lowe came
through with a four strike 199
and Andrew Rogers tossed in a
170 for the determined
Guardian squad. However,
going into the final frame,
Tony Roberts' four strike 180
Bethel's two strike 170
brought both teams tied at 815
pins each. The Guardian's
favoured 70 handicap pins saw
them through.
NASSAU GUARDIAN
A. Rogers 160-197-170-527
I). Roberts 147-181-136-464
R. Parks 000-112-000-112
R. Lowe 203-158-199-560
M. Russell 97-000-142-239
B. Delancy 200-150-168-518


YEARS'

RE HUNT
Hans Groenhoff to a seven-man
group who have flown in all
previous treasure hunts,
includes Miami industrial
engineer C. Hubbard Davis, a
one-time winner of the popular
flying event.
Another Florida. resident,
West Palm Beach aviation
executive James D. Tilford is
also among the fearless fliers.
Oldest of the group is
84-year-old Denver Wright, a
retired St. Louis leather
industrialist, who flew in the
first seven treasure hunts, and
acted as a navigator and clue
spotter last year.


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
FLORIDA middleweight
champ Dennis Riggs thought
he had another victim to add
to his string of 30 victories
when he was matched against
Bahamas welterweight King
Elisha Obed.
Riggs, in a pre-fight
interview, said he was going
to feel out his 21-year-old
opponent for two rounds and
then move in for the kill.
It was quite the reverse. By
the end of the second round,
Riggs who had already hit
the canvas twice was two
rounds away from calling it a
night.
Fans rocked the Miami
Beach Auditorium with
cheers for the young
Bahamian when he sent that
crushing right to Riggs' jaw
near the end of the fourth
round, sending him down for
the fourth and final time.
"I was surprised the first
three times I knocked him
down." said Obed. "I didn't
catch him I just tapped him."
For the past three months
Obed's trainer, ring veteran
Moe Fleischer told Obed that
he wanted him to fight Riggs.
"He (Moe) kept telling me
that I was going to knock him
out," said Obed.
The diligent young ring
student accepted Fleischer's
advice and returned into
harder training. On November
13 Fleischer's prediction
came true.
"I was confident that I
would win." beamed Obed.


Arawaks surprise
\ ( \ I1 I 'S aI;,i\\ ws the feature game of Bahamas Hockey
\ r n tri h !'tli,'i .l played last weekend at Haynes Oval.
I h, r ,ilt ji'n .is a" surprise with the determined Arawaks
sHu i hiodIii :t .ii',lst the 'big guns' of the heavily favoured
Iinidsc.
ith lhl "lt 'ni the game determining the first place in the
l, 'rut.i!, I 'ii trams played attacking hockey in an effort to
V. Ill
lPaidrj'.' 'irards Irskmne Thompson and Ephriam Jones
.Lwi\ i ...kiil dangerous and between them displayed fine
J '!l', 1 ni i cui ra.itc' passing.
I 1-\\ ,r !ih. \riwaks hackline of Rentzel Rolle, Keith Ford
anl I i I riri in turned in good performances to foil the
tfto, s !, ,ni'cs rmd I homnpson.
SI'. r. is. hull bhacks Francis Scott and Harcourt Eastman
\wer' uitstandingi as they contained Arawaks dangermen, Chris
Shlrmn;m and l an Craig.
I he .rwii' saw aggressive tackling from both teams and umpire
1B,+! (li.i ii av,is toriced to intervene on numerous occasions.
I dl, ing this gaitc. Arawaks and Paradise are joint leaders in
thc tihle \it li i('iiI points from three games.
In li' their i t wo iimatches an experienced Buccaneers ladies side
si rcd ii tlie last minute to clinch a draw against Arawak, and in
lIi 'B' i.ittlil Buiccaneers men scored from a corner to draw with
tlic Ar,iw: s.




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middleweight division. His
victims in that division
include Joe Hooks, Al Cooke
and Terry Haywood. Yet his
toughest fight to date was an
eighth round knockout
victory over Puerto Rican
welterweight Sandy Torres.
Having been in the game
for over seven years, Obed
now has his eyes trained on
one thing a world
championship title. Under the
tutelage of Fleischer, "if I
keep on doing what I am
doing, one of these days I will
become a world champion,"
he said
So far, with the Dundees,
everything is going on well
for the welterweight champ.
He is under the
managementship of Mike
Dundee with boxing's famed
Chris Dundee acting in an
advisory capacity.
Yesterday, he left for
training camp at the Miami
Beach Fifth Street Gym
where he will continue
workout sessions for his bout
on December 4 against
middleweight Mike Lancaster
from Seattle Washington.
This bout again will be at the
Miami Beach Fifth Street
Gym.
Barring any injury from
the December 4 fight,
Bahamian boxing fans can see
their welterweight champ in
action once more in Nassau in
mid-December when he winds
up his 1973 campaign,
promoter Wilfred Coakley
announced today.


The FIFA announcement
said a "final decision on the
matter" will have to be taken
at a meeting of the FIFA
organizing committee next Jan.
5.
"De facto, the Soviet Union
is disqualified," a FIFA
spokesman explained.
"But the disqualification has
to be made formal by the
executive committee."
The FIFA announcement
said that 'ate Tuesday night,
less than 24 hours before the
game was scheduled to start at
the Santiago national stadium,
FIFA headquarters received
this cable from the Soviet

Squash


results
RESULTS of the Bahamas
squash championship;
1st Round: R. Montgomery
bt P. Rose 3-0; R. Fryer bt P.
Perry 3-1; J? Lively bt E.
Wilkinson 3-0; K. Parker bt A.
Bates 3-0; V. Williams bt G.
Tyers 3-0; A. Lancaster bt Dr.
G. Barry 3-0; I. Davis bt G. Ball
3-0; A. Newall bt E. Bostwick
3-0.
2nd Round: R. Montgomery
bt R. Fryer 3-0; K. Parker bt J.
Lively 3-0; A. Lancaster bt V.
Williams 3-2; A. Newall bt I.
Davis 3-2.
Semi Final: R. Montgomery
bt K. Parker 3-2; A. Lancaster
bt A. Newall 3-2.
FINAL: R. Montgomery bt
A. Lancaster 3-2.
MENS PLATE
1st Round: P. Perry bt P.
Rose 3-0; E. Wilkinson bt A.
Bates 3-2; G. Barry bt G.
Tyers 3-0; E. Bostwick bt G.
Ball 3-0;
Semi-Final: E. Wilkinson bt
P. Perry 3-2; E. Bostwick bt G.
Barry 3-0.
FINAL: E. Wilkinson bt E.
Bostwick 3-2.
LADIES
1st Round: D. McNeil bt E.
Young 3-1; V. Lockyer bt B.
Higgs 3-2; E. Powell bt D.
Nguyen 3-1; B. Zeese bt L.
Waters 3-0.
Semi-final: D. McNeil bt V.
Lockyer 3-0; B. Zeese bt E.
Powell 3-1.
FINAL: D. McNeil bt B.
Zeese 3-0
LADIES PLATE:
E. Young bt L. Waters 3-1;
D. Nguyen bt B. Higgs 3-0.
FINAL: E. Young bt D.
Nguyen 3-0.


in
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international sports public
opinion as well as opinions
numerous football federations
of Europe, Asia, Africa and
Latin America we do insist
convene extraordinary meeting
FIFA executive committee.
For further consideration this
very problem we ask postpone
match Chile Soviet Union for
later dates."
Ihe text of the cable was
immediately transmitted to
Chile which "categorically
rejected" the Soviet request for
postponement. The date had
been fixed between the two
teams before the military
putsch in Chile but after the
0-0 first leg in Moscow.
"Chile states that they are
ready to play the Soviet Union
today in Santiago as originally
agreed with their opponents.
They further ask that article
22 of the FIFA World Cup
regulations be applied, i.e. that
the Soviet Union be declared
the losers if they fail to play
the return match.
Sir Stanley Rous, according
to the announcement, had
already said before the Soviet
cable arrived that FIFA could
"only re-examine the matter if
Chile agreed to a
postponement."
"The last minute move of
the Yugoslav football Federa-
tion ... to try to reach a
reconciliation, which led to the
request of the Soviet Union,
remains without result," FIFA
said, and the "final decision in
the matter" rests with the
executive committee meeting
Jan. 5 in Frankfurt, West
Germany.
Spokesman Courte said the
article cited in the Soviet cable.
concerned cases of "force
majeure.'


and at half time the score was 6-3 to Baillou.
Baillou came out for the second half looking
for a quick score to increase their slender lead
and a good 3/4 movement saw Glyn Davies
break clean through the opposition but with
Brock Barrett backing up strongly he was
unable to ground the ball and Arawaks were
able to clear their line.
They then mounted a build up of sustained
pressure which ended with their taking the
lead. Tricky running by forward Tony Hicks
and Winston Clarke took them within striking
distance of the Baillou line and although it was
a strong forward push which resulted in a
score, it was serum half Jimmy Lowe who got
the touch down. Arawaks went into a 7-6 lead.
Balliou now tried desperately to regain the
lead, but Arawaks proved as strong in defence
as they had been in attack, until a penalty gave
Peter Moore his chance to add to his tally. He
hit the goal, the ball going in off the upright,
and despite last minute pressure from
Arawaks, Baillou had the game sawn up at 9-7.


I just tapped him


says King Elisha


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"I felt I was fighting anybody
else." He faces all his fights
with the same attitude that
one opponent is no better
than the other.
He pointed out that
Fleischer has done a great
deal in helping him with his
boxing career and never lets
his spirit get down.
"He keeps encouraging me.
Moe always say 'I am going to
make you a champion' and
this gives me the spirit to go
on."
Born with natural talent,
Obed with his pal Austin
"Moon" Ramsey controlling
his managerial affairs worked
himself into the ranks of
recognition. Obtaining his
basics from trainer Larry
Forsythe, Obed was finally
launched into the
international world when
New Yorker Steve Acunta
took him over.
Fleischer later took a look
at the then 19-year-old
pugilist and saw within him a
world champion. Elated
following Obed's victory over
Jamaica's Bunny Grant
Fleischer said: "It's just a
matter of time now."
Many times Fleischer
pointed out that Obed some
day will become a full -
fledged middleweight. "He is
still young and he is still
growing," Fleischer said.
Through Fleischer's hands has
passed world famous Kid
Chocklate.
Obed so far has proven
himself in the junior


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October tourist figures


VISITORS arriving in the
Bahamas by air during the
month of October numbered
65,214 an increase of 3.34
per cent over 63,104 who flew
in during October, 1972, the
Ministry of Tourism
announced today.
Contributing heavily to the
influx of air visitors last month
was Freeport where 26,091
flew in, representing an
increase of 55.06 per cent over
16,826 who came to this resort
by air in October of last year.
In Nassau total arrivals
amounted to 56,959, a


decrease of 7.75 per cent in
comparison to 61,743 who
arrived in October, 1972.
Air arrivals for Nassau last
month numbered 31,804, a
decrease of 18.72 per cent in
comparison to 39,131, who
flew in during October of last
year.
However, sea arrivals for
Nassau numbered 25,155, an
increase of 11.25 per cent over
22,612 who came by boat in
October, 1972.
For the first 10 months of
this year, the air-sea combined
arrivals to Nassau numbered


829,150. This represents an
increase of 4.85 per cent over
790,790 the combined
air-sea arrival count for the
corresponding period last year.
In Freeport, total arrivals for
October numbered 28,177,
which shows an increase of
20.28 per cent over 23,426
who arrived in October, 1972.
In the family of Out Islands,
air arrivals for the month of
October increased by 2.41 per
cent, showing that 7,319
arrived by air compared to
7,147 who flew in during
October, 1972:


All Bahamas air-sea
arrivals for October totalled
93,195 a decline of 0.21 per
cent as compared to 93,393
who arrived in the Bahamas
during October of last year.
For ten months, all arrivals
in the Out Islands were
138,174, an increase of 9.79
per cent over last year's
125,851.
In the all-Bahamas 10-month
count of all arrivals, there were
1,279,576 compared to
1,274,313 in 1972, an increase
of 0.41 percent.


Oil contract
LONDON Britain will
continue to honour contracts
with foreign countries on oil
experts despite fuel shortages
in this country, government
spokesmen said today.
Britain has contracts w th
smaller European nations to
supply some 19 million tons a
year of refined gasoline and oil
products
The long-standing export
arrangements were made
before the Arab states began
cutting back oil production,
forcing energy conservation
measures in Britain and other
countries.(AP).


IT'S THAT time of year
again when junkanoo revellers
are busily making their
elaborate costumes for the
traditional junkanoo parades
that are to be held on Boxing
Day and New Year's Day in
Nassau.
And the Masquerade
Committee is once again
appealing to the Bahamian
public for their cooperation
and financial support to
ensure that the parades are


successic l.
Donations may be sent to
the Palmdale branch of the
Royal Bank of Canada or the
treasurer, Masquerade
Committee, P.O. Box 5833,
Nassau.
The cash prizes for the
categories competing are as
follows:
.Adult groups 1st $1,000;
2nd $750; 3rd $500; 4th
$250 and four consolations at
$50 each.


.Adult irJividuals Ist
$250; 2nd $200; 3rd $100;
and four consolations at $25
each.
.Juvenile groups Ist $250;
2nd $150; 3rd $100 and
three consolation, prizes at
$25 each.
.Juvenile individuals Ist
$75; 2nd $50; 3rd $25 and
three consolation prizes at
$10 each.
All donations will be
acknowledged.


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Minister of Health, Mr. Loftus Roker was
presented with a certificate of appreciation
from the Bahamas Mental Health Association
for helping defray expenses of the ninth
biennial conference of the Caribbean
Federation for Mental Health which was
hosted by the Bahamas earlier this year. The

Fruit imported
PEOPLE wishing to import mangoes are
plants, seeds, fruits or the Bahamas.
vegetables into the Bahamas "The Minis
should first check on the public tha
restrictions with the Ministry of plants,
of Agriculture and Fisheries, vegetables and
said Agricultural Officer E. countries is
Roosevelt Finlayson. law," he said.
"It must be stressed that
according to the plant M'. Finlay
protection laws of the people were c
Bahamas," he said, "the in the illegal
importation of untreated fruits fruit ro n
from Ilaiti must be licensed have been
through the Ministry. All fruits illegality of th
imported under such a licence He added
must first be fumigated in protection lav
Haiti. In any case, only to prevent


conference, attended by more than 150
delegates representing the United States,
Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America, had
as a theme "Econonics and Mental Health."
Presenting the Minister with the certificate is
Sandra Dean. President of the Bahamas Mental
Health Association.

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allowed entry in
itry also reminds
t the importation
seeds, fruits,
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prohibited by

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currently involved
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aiti but may not
aware of the
eir action.
that the plant
vs were designed
the spread of


dangerous plant pests and
diseases to the Bahamas from
other countries.
'The presence of such pests
and diseases in the Bahamas
could cause uncontrollable
losses to our local farm
production and seriously affect
Government's efforts to
revitalize our agricultural
industry," he said.
Mr. Finlayson urged the
travelling public to cooperate
fully with the Ministry in order
to keep the Bahamas free of
dangerous plant pests and
diseases.


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High mass
A SPECIAL high mass will
be offered at 5:30 p.m. on
American Thanksgiving Day
tomorrow at Mary Star of the
Sea Church.
Mrs. Mary Jane Melrose,
general counsel of the Grand
Bahama Port Authority, will
read President Nixon's
Thanksgiving Day
proclamation at the conclusion
of the mass.
The pastor has invited all the
members of Mary Star of the
Sea parish and the community
to take advantage of this
opportunity to thank Almighty
God for his blessings bestowed
upon our community in this
year of Independence.
The United States national
anthem, followed by Bahamas
national anthem, will be sung
at the end of the service. A
special collection will be taken
up for the Mexican earthquake
relief fund.

FOR 3 in 1
LAWN SERVICE
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE
PEST CONTROL
TROPICAL 2-2157


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her life on thephone


George Smith


takes new post
ROLLEVILLE representative George A. Smith, recently
resigned as Prime Minister Lynden Pindling's parliamentary
secretary, is to resume his association with Diversified Services.


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Mr. Smith a major
shareholder, announced today
he has returned to the public
relations and marketing
company as president, director
and chief executive officer of
Diversified.
He said that Mr. David
Probinsky, who has functioned
in his absence from the
company as president and
chairman, will be spending
more time abroad in order to
engage in a variety of other
activities and to complete the
compilation of two books he is
writing on the Bahamas.
Mr. Probinsky will however
remain and a director of
Diversified and will continue in
the company on a consultancy
basis.
Mrs. Barbi Hoefling
recently joined Diversified
Services as vice president, and
since her duties fail in the area
of new business and general
administration, will be working
closely with Mr. Smith.
Mrs. Janet Byles, also a
vice-president and director, will
continue to supervise public
relations and marketing
activities for Diversified
Services.

Thanksgiving

services
TO COMMEMORATE
American Thanksgiving Day,
the Roman Catholic and
Methodist Churches in Nassau
will hold an ecumenical service
tomorrow at 1 2.00 noon at St.
Francis Xavier's Cathedral.
First Church of Christ Scientist
will have a service at 8:30 p.m.
In Freeport, the Christian
Science Society will hold a
service at 8 p.m., and Mary,
Star of the Sea Church will
have a special mass of
thanksgiving.
"Americans visiting the
Bahamas on Thanksgiving Day
are invited to attend and our
Bahamian friends are extended
a warm invitation to join in
celebrating this day of
Thanksgiving," a U.S.
spokesman said.
Ambassador Spiers will read
President Nixon's Thanksgiving
Proclamation at the Service at
St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral.

Church fair
EBENEZFR Methodist
Church will hold its Christmas
fair at Epworth Hall and
grounds, East Shirley Street on
Friday, December 7 beginning
at 3 p.m..
Home cookery, candies,
plants, stamps, books and a
wide variety of Christmas
decorations will be on sale.
There will also be a visit from
Santa Claus.
The fair is an annual
fund-raising event in aid of
various local charities.


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MANY WOMEN spend
nearly an entire day on the
telephone for pleasure.
Twenty-six year old
Millicent Miller (left) spends
most of her day on the
telephone, but with her it's a
business, a profession, her way
of whiling away the hectic
hours of the work-a-day world,
and at the same time bring a
ringing sparkle to tourism in
Nassau and Paradise Island.
Millicent is a senior
switchboard operator at the
Paradise Island Hotel and
Villas, and in this important
joo she joins the ranks of
hundreds of other enterprising
Bahamians who, by doing their
professional thing, help greatly
in making tourism in Nassau
and Paradise Island work and
work well.
In her job, Millicent
commands a telephone system
which covers some 658
different instruments,
including the numerous
extensions into guest rooms,
lobbies, offices and other areas
of the hotel.
She estimates that each day
she records over 200 overseas
calls alone, some of which are
relayed through the Batelco
lines and others through the
direct dialling system.
Millicent started working at
the hotel about three and a
half years ago, with no
experience at all in telephone
switchboard operation. She
trained on the job, found that
she enjoyed the work, and is
today regarded as one of the
most efficient in the business.
Apart from having mastered
the sometimes distressing job
of handling so many calls,
however, Millicent has also
mastered the art of making
visitors feel that somehow at
the other end of the line, there
is a real, live Bahamian
operator who doesn't mind
going just a bit further to drive
home the point of friendless.
She says that she finds
giving that extra bit of help the
most rewarding part of her job,
even though it may only entail
the recommendation of a good
restaurant, a good floorshow,
or the best place on Bay Street
to purchase an item of
jewellery.
Before taking up her present
position, Millicent' was
employed in the merchandising
department of Mademoiselle.
She received all of her
education of Our Lady's
School, and is married with
three children.
But what, one might ask, is
the difference between one
switchboard operator and the
next?
Millicent smiles at that
question.
The difference, she seemed
to be saying, is that she is able
to transmit that smile over the
hundreds of telephone lines
tretchine thrminh th hntial


Bazaar

prize

winners
WINNERS of Mary Star of
the Sea bazaar are: Toyota
Corolla 1000 .... Capt A.
McMahon, Hotpoint deep
freeze .... Frankie Randas,
Singer sewing machine ....
Barbara Flint, Bell & Howell
8mm movie camera .... Vincent
Smith, mystery prize (trip for
one to Orlando, Fla. & return
plus night club tour for 10
persons .... A. J. Pomeroy.
PUPPY NO. 082453: The
puppy, a black Labrador
Retriever, has not as yet been
claimed. Will the holder of
ticket No. 082453 please
telephone the Catholic Church
Rectory (373-3300).
PICTURED: Standing, left
to right: Father Brendan
Forsyth, Leslie Woodside,
rummage sale chairman,
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George Martin, treasurer,
Humphrey Sale, assistant
chairman. Seated, left to right:
Eileen de Gregory, secretary,
William Cherney, general


PHOTO CHRISTMAS CARDS...
are the perfect way of saying
"GREETINGS!" to old friends!
YOU'VE JUST TIME FOR OUR
SPECIAL:
COLOUR PORTRAIT
SITTING
25 CHRISTMAS CARDS
complete ... $15.45
/ -*:/ on the waterfront at East
SBay St. & William St. -
Mo/ooan : Phone 5-4641


chairman. Dora Mickiewicz.
publicity chairman. Photo:


Ernie's Studio and Camera
Centre Ltd.


Exciting things are

happening at the Fabulous

Trade Winds Bar & Lounge

Paradise Island

NOW APPEARING


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NOONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED
LASTDA THURESDAYRAN


LAST DAY THURSDAY
matinee 2:45 & 4:55, Evening 8:30-'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005O

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NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED.
Reservations not claimed by 8:45 will be sold
on first come, first served basis.



Now thru Friday Now thru Friday
Matinee starts at 1:45 Continuous Showings
Evening 8:30 from 3:00
"THE HARDER THEY
COME" R. "BONNIES KIDS" R.
Jimmy Cliff Tiffany Boiling
Janet Bartley Steve Sandor
PLUS PLUS
"THE MONGOLS" PG.
Jack Palance "THE LOSERS" R
Anita Ekberg William Smith
No one under 17 will Bernie Hamilton
be admitted No one under 17 will
'Phone 2-25 34 be admitted



NOW SHOWING
atinee continuous from 2:15, evening 8:30 'Phone 34666

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C11778
NOTICE is hereby qiven that
LEONCA IRENE COX of
Thompson Lane off East Street
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
14th day of November 1973 to
The Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, P.
0. Box N7147, Nassau.


C12649
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I, VERNON T.CURTIS, of
George Town, Exuma,
Bahamas, had no knowledge
until November 11, 1973, that
my name is being used in
connection with the sale of
Real Estate by a certain Nassau
Real Estate firm.
The firm had no right to use
my name on any documents in
any manner. They were doing
so without my knowledge or
consent. I cannot condone
such actions.
I am hereby advising the public
that' I am not liable for any of
their actions in regards to the
use of my name on any real
estate documents.As I do not
know entirely the extent that
my name has already been
used, I am asking anyone who
might have grievances
connected with documents
from that firm bearing my
name, to please contact me
immediately at the PIECES OF
EIGHT HOTEL, in George
Town, Exuma.

REAL ESTATE
C6490
Lot, 80' x 120', conveniently
located at Stapleton Gardens,
selling below price. Call Nassau
3-5277.
C12663
FULLY FURNISHED large
dwelling house on double lot in
Blair Estates. Price $160,000.
Call 32723.
C12564
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES
$75 DEPOSIT for 70 x 100
lot. Beach rights, private 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.

FOR RENT
C12604
OPPOSITE SCOTTISH
SHOP, Charlotte Street. Ideal
for store or office. Ample
parking. Immediate occupancy.
41476.


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

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

C12628
1 BEDROOM FURNISHED
APARTMENT Ansel
Building, Crawford Street,
Oakes Field with telephone.
$190 per month. Phone 3-4999
evenings.

C12325
ONE EXTRA LARGE two
bedroom, two bath, apartment.
With large living and dining all
basically furnished Victoria
Court APARTMENTS on
Elizabeth Avenue between
Shirley and Bay Street.
Facilities, phone, laundry,
parking, T.V. antenna,
airconditioned. Phone 54631
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

C 12704
UNFURNI!.;rD two 2
bedroom 1 bath apartment -
aircorditioned. Call 3-2205
day or night.

C12699
ATTRACTIVE DUPLEX, with
two apartments for rent in
Stapledon Gardens, Turnquest
Avenue. Call 34265.

C 12695
On LOVE BEACH 2 bed/2
bath apartments superbly
furnished, wall-to-wall shag
carpet -- centrally
airconditioned dishwasher
etc. $625 per month -
includes membership In Club


SI FOR RENT MARINE SUPPLIES


C12708
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
apartment, airconditioned -
upstairs over Mae's Beauty
Salon, East Street, South.
Phone 3-5350.


C12696
HILLCREST TOWERS 2
bed/2 bath apartments
completely furnished and
airconditioned $350 per
month. Contact 78421/2.

CARS FOR SIIEL
C12662
1970 VAUXHALL VIVA
ESTATE. Good condition.
$1,250. One owner. Phone
daytime 36506.

C12562
ISLAND MOTOR COMPANY
1970 LTD
USED CAR LIST


1967 CHRYSLER
4 Dr. Auto. White


$100"


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

$700


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

FOR SALE
C12700
MILK SHAKE MACHINE.
$600.00. Call Mrs. Pinder
23237 ext. 3.
C12694
MOVING SALE
Kennedy Mahogany Coffee
Table and Military Chest.
Classical Guitar
Table Tennis Table
Electrical Items
Poole Dinner Service
Bicycles
Wilton Carpet
English Lamps
Toys Glass etc.
Air conditioned Toyota
Corolla Estate only one year
old.. Phone 41071.

FOR SALE
C12709
LIVING ROOM FURNITURE:
Sofa and two matching arm
chairs in black leatherette
$500, coffee table and two
matching side tables in red and
gold $150, all in excellent
condition, only eight months
old. Phone Mrs. Lothian
2-2188.

S PETS
C12702
GOOD HOMES wanted for
kittens two months old.
Phone;- mornings 2-4874,
evenings 41102.

PETS FOR SALE
C12707
THOROUGHBRED GERMAN
SHEPHERD PUPPIES Females
$150 Males $175.
Excellent stock. Telephone
2-1741/2.

ART
C12701
SALES OUTLET for local
artist producing high quality
work. Paintings, sculpture and
original art work. Call 31410.

MARINE SUPPLIES
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.

ENTERTAINMENT
C12679
THE NASSAU AMATEUR
OPERATIC SOCIETY
will present


The Sound of Music
DUNDAS CIVIC CENTRE
November 24th to
December 1 st,
excluding Sunday
Curtain time: 8 p.m.
each performance
Box office now open at the
Maura Lumber Co., Bay Street.
Telephone 2-4003, for
reservations.

C12647


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


S SCHOOLS

C12494
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8.30 aJ. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.

WANTED

C12682
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE
U.K. teachers will mind your
house and pets. Dec /Jan.
Phone 32221.

HELP WANTED

C12674
QUALIFIED GARDENER
with references. Reliable
vardman.
Experienced cook with
references. Telephone 7-4142.


C12631
ELECTRONICS
ENG INEER ING
TECHNICIAN, 5 to 10 years
practical experience. Must be
dependable, able to work
without supervision, capable of
training others. Phone 28039,
ELECTRICAL ENTERPRISES
LTD.

C12681
HOLIDAY INN has immediate
opening for RESIDENT
INNKEEPER. This top
management position requires
an experienced professional
with complete knowledge of
large resort operations.
Applicant must be able to
perform all management
functions including analysis of
financial information.
Minimum four years
supervisory in a large hotel is
mandatory. Apply in person to
Mr. P. Krollpfeiffer. Phone
calls accepted for
appointments only.

C12693
PEST CONTROL
SUPERVISOR, fully
experienced in all aspects of
general pest control and tent
fumigation. Apply in writing to
Rentokil Laboratories Ltd., P.
O. Box N395. Nassau.

C12712
WANTED: One farm labour to
feed and take care of hogs.
Applicants may contact Mrs. C.
Mackey at Phone 31004.


C12672

NOWOPENI

MSSI m Nlli PEIT rSPPIi DI.

WE STOCK WHAT THE NAME IMPLIES
Montrose Avenue opposite St. Thomas More School
Phone 24259


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BOOKST RE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744


LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry 2-4406


BUILDERS MEN'S CLOTHING
Richard's Construction5-7080 The Wardrobe 5-5599


CAMERAS MUSIC
John Bull 2-4252/3 Cody's Records 2-8500

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

CUSTOMS 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

ENTERTAINMENT RUBBER STAMPS

Film & Equip. Service 2-2157 Wong's Rubber Stamp
Co. 5-4506

FLOOR MAINTENANCE SPORTS
Rug Cleaning & Installation Champion Sport Land 2-1862
Island Interiors 5-3576/4-2191
GARDEN & PET TRAVEL
SUPPLIES Playtours 2-2931/7
Modernistic 2-2868 R. H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7

HARDWARE TRUCKING SERVICE
Gonzalez Trucking
John S. George 2-8421/6 Gonzalez Truc
3-1562/2-4726

HEALTH FOODS WRECKER SERVICE
Nassau Drug Store 5-4506 Gibson Wrecker Service2-8896


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For Business


TRADE SERVICES
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

P" a* ofal.

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

HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LII T RENTAL
MECHANICAL r!ANDLING
EQUIPMENT
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING

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

C12660
FOR ALL your Gardening
needs, trimming, hedging,
pruning, beach cleaning, for
prompt, reasonable and
efficient service. Call 5-7810.

C12691
BAHAMAS ANTENNA
SYSTEMS T.V. installations
for homes. Hotels and
Annartments. Phone 23371 -


(Tennis, roolt, ailing etc.) --o 5"_17.1IWI%.. ..2
contact 78421/2. 51772.


u Merchants
And Services
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REAL ESTATE
C6491
Florida Corporation seeking
Income producing properties
and/or land in Freeport,
Nassau or Out Islands.
Unlimited cash available
Please submit full details with
location, prices, income, terms,
etc. Reply in confidence to:
C.S.N. Drawer G, Miami. Fla.
33164.

HELP WANTED

C6493
SAUCE COOK: Sauce cook to
prepare all types of soups,
sauces, gravies, roasting
cooking and broiler cooking.
3-5 years experience. Police
Certificate, Health Certificate
and letters of reference
required.
INTERESTED PERSONS
APPLY: GRAND BAHAMA
HOTEL, WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday, Elon Martin, Jr.
Personnel Director.

C6505
COST ACCOUNTANT
Accountant with minimum 3
years experience in Industrial
accounting including Standard
Costs. To assume responsibility
for supervision of accounting
office preparing Budgets,
Forecasts and Standard Costs.
Minimum education Junior
College or business school
certificate in accounting or
partial qualification in
professional accounting
society. Interested applicant
contact: Personal Department,
Bahama Cement Company, P.
O. Box F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C6503
Live in MAID to take care of 3
children and do housework.
Applicant must be honest and
good with children. Please call:
Mrs. Moore at 352-7891.

C6504
COST ANALYST
Bahama Cement Company
requires a Cost Analyst with a
minimum of 2-3 years
experience in industrial
accounting including in-p-ocess
Standard Costs. To assume
responsibility for Standards
Maintenance, Forecast, Cost
Analysis and Appropriation
Control. Minimum education -
Junior College or business
school certificate in accounting
or partial qualification in
professional accounting
society. Interested applicant
contact: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C6506
1 SALAD CHEF/GARDE
MANAGER: Three years
experience in first class hotels
or restaurants. Good references
and Police Certificate required.
Applicants should apply in
person to: Bahamas
Amusements Limited,
Personnel Department, (El
Casino), P. 0. Box F-787,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.


C6508
LEGAL EXECUTIVE
SECRETARY previous legal
experience essential, familiar
with the preparation of legal
documents, company minutes
and returns, etc., shorthand
speed 130 W.P.M., typing
speed 75 w.p.m. Applications
to P. O. Box F-799, Freeport,
Grand Bahama. Bahamians
only need apply.


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C12697
BENEFITS & COMPEN-
SATION ASSISTANT
Syntex Corporation has a
vacancy for the position of
Benefits and Compensation
Assistant in their Employee
Relations Department. The
successful applicant will report
to the Employee Relations
Manager, and will be
responsible for administer-
ing the company's benefits and
compensation programme;
including insurance appraisals,
wage and salary surveys cost of
living studies, etc. The position
requires someone with the
ability to work on their own
and who is able to type.
Experience in the personnel or
related fields is essential.
Candidates should apply to
The Personnel Manager,
Syntex Corporation, P. O. Box
F-2430, Freeport, Telephone
352-8171.


C6509
BAHAMAS DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION request twelve
(12) WELDERS qualified to
weld large diameter carbon
steel pipe using down-hand or
micro-wire (MIG) welding
techniques. Welds subject to
X-ray examination, per ASME
Code, Section Nine. Bahamians
or Non-Bahmians may apply.
Interested persons may contact
Mr. Rick Penn, Coral Gardens,
as soon as possible. Phone
Freeport 373-1735.

C6498
1 PIANO PLAYER: Must be
able to sight read and arrange
professional show music, be
proficient in playing the piano,
and have at least three. (3)
years experience. Good
references and Police
Certificate required. Applicants
must reply in person toi
Personnel Department, (El
Casino) Bahamas Amusements
Limited, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.










Wednesday, November 21, 1973


Whr rtibumt


"You had a visitor while you were out. His name-
escaped me while I was busy escaping from himl."


'OID IOU HEAR TWAT, GEORe? THIS IS WHAT APPWN
WHEN OU GET TO / TO FLY SOUTH FOR THE
WINTER .'*

Brother Juniper


"Love your outfit."

CROSSWORD A B RA

PUZZLE WIN NEITH E
E ACROSS
ACROSS 29. French friend SPINI EfI
I. Hairless 30. Mean C PAL PUR E
5. Obstacle 33. Diminish L L.A A A
8. Individual 36 Wage price AIlR YOUT 4I
11. Lilaceous agency I E SRI
plant 37 Concreted ME S A
12 Anglo-Saxon sugar
king 38. Happens again
13. Japanese 42. Dwindled 'Y PAT
seaport 45 Leg joint SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'SPUZ 2Z.1
14. Genuine 46 Site of the
15. Honored Tell Legend DOWN 4 Mislead
17. Dross 47 Flightless bird 5. Prelate's cap
19 Bombast 48. Norse poem 1. Elephant's 6 One:ScoWt.
20 Dowry 49 Chinese shtub trumpet 7. Facewith-'
21 Rows 50. Compass 2. On the masonry
24. Keepsake point sheltered side 8. Moray
28. Cashew 51. Be uneasy 3 Lounge 9 Mrinmcialn
S 3 4 5 1 6 7 9 |Io 9 10 Mans
II4 nickname
- 2- '- 16 Biblical high
priest
4 18. Heir
22. Drugget
7 / 23. Sainte: abbr.
S24. Blemish
S3 25. Dutchurccle
26. Reserves
27. Late
-- -,- 31. Compass
point
3'# 35 3632. Tennisl al
34. Kingtopper
.7 35. Sherry
2.---3--- 39. Loosen
40. Commur--ists
47 41. Hugew=aves
42. Deposit
- o -- -43. Priorto
44. German city
Btime. 221 _min. AP Nawstu(

Iol OFICHOlJURSI


Winning

Bridge
Wy VICTOR IMOLO
This s another Ostend hand
Bith the potldtit on conventions.
But stamnge a s w is e bidding.
the play was ataLngor still.
Dealer West: N/S Vul.

K 6
i AKQ985
West East
S763 QJ 8
KQJ 109 72 A 3
A7 J 1053
4 o.l J 10 6 2
South
4 K 10 9 4
SQ9 8 4 2
i 7 3
West North East South
44 Ibie 4 + 44
Pass Pass e
West's 4& was South African
T'eas a tsan fer bid designed to
anake East deoleer in 4V0. Had
West's heart and spade been
wevesed, the would have bid V4
end East would have trimanerTed
to 44.
NMorth's doua e d*owed srernm-
ably a club sut and ll-round
strength aoutth, however, seems
to hawe tateraoeted It as a take-
out dxte imugh rBevn so, he
mlgt have massed East's 40-
apclaUy tf he tratesnded to play
asbhe did
West d hedlbs 44 WtawAM with
tie &A, daecar tlid down tMe
4K, then the 4A and continued
'with a second dcl. West ifed
tavfriuly and put Ea*t in wilth the
VA to paay the Q. Ithis teft
deoaarer wth onme tauno to stem
the awasuche Of hi ert& whtale
West stUl retained the O A.
'he Msultngr pMenafb" of 1700
Mws a sY a sreoalad b to tUat
potnt in the 3uraoean Chamton-
ethws. theta eBginm to defeat
Finland by 20 to -2.

TARGET
-- How ma."
words of
A T Ir letter
YIll Isnake


word. ef a- a I
nl y. k a n It
word must coltulin the lartg
ltller. 1iand there must Ie lat
leasl one eight-letter word in Ithe
llst No tplulratl;llt lorellian ordl:
Ino proper naniee~n TOIIDAV'
TAIWiET : I uw or d %. good.
22 uord*.. v>ry good: 2i word'.
exc-llent llllat ionii olonrrow.
SSAT RIIAV" vt .Ol TION :
IEI.I'mION doSte dluel (dlltl
rlllalosl eMI tll eii il Idle Idol
iis e Ilen td I-lI Irclon liedl tlln
lieu line lined lion lode loin
Ils01 l-te loud loudeni lollsr hldii
i II' iodint noi I il lled otlden
un!ldl Osile itd'le ilo s lhw'id lred
s'll *'Ilr *'tw" sold lie' uiliIrd
%oil olled sold -siolr wild olern
s oltil csil INSO II.EI) I nilst
IIIels)id


Rupert and the Cake Jace-3


"A ball game! Please tell me about it I "
Ories Rupert as he leaves the field with the
Gaffer. But the old man waggles his head and
ehuff;es away. "Another time. Master Rupert,"
he mutters. "I'm too upset to talk now."
Rupert turns in the other direction and
happens to see his chum Gregory by the
roadside. Hi Rupert." calls the little guinea-


pig. "I'm gathering herbs for my Mummy.
I say, the Gaffer looked rather sad. What's
wronglwtl- him ?" So Rupert tells the story
of the wal= which the old man so dearly wants
to ave, "It does seem a shame," sighs
Gregory. Neither of the chums Is aware of
someone intrding along the lane.
ALL RIGHTS nESRVEDo


Chess
By LEONARD GARDEN













One crushing move by Boris
Spassky shattered his young
opponent Averkin's game in this
position from the 1973 Russian
champinship. How did Spassky
(White. to move) force a
winning advantage ?
Par times: 10 seconds, chess
master or expert; 30 seconds,
county player; 2 minutes, club
standard; 5 minutes, average;
10 minutes, novice.
Hans Hecht, who beat Spassky
for the German Open, will be at
the Evening Standard congress
on December 7-9. You can aim
to beat grandmaster Hecht in
the 1200 Guardian Royai
Exchange Assurance Open, play
alongside the Time Sharing
chessplaying computer in the
150 London Novice Champion-
ship, or try for Cutty Bark
whisky, Vintage Kriter wine, and
chess book and magazine prizes.
Write (with a 9x4 s.a.e.) to
Chess Congress Evening Stan-
dard, London, E.C.4, for details.
SOLUTION NO. 9820 -

Chess Solution
I B-B71 RxB: 2 Q-KS
(threatening mate), P-Kt3; 3
QxR and Spassky won in a few
moves with his material plus of
rook for bishop.


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Arioss
I. A itttll I ow (anns )
t. NIght-hird. (3)
9. Right dress (5)
10. Haked item (5. 4)
13. DUer attired. (3)


tlet Ouit. ('l
O(se ont a l-It (4)
4harlswnied rod (.)
E)is-trouhhlI nIitt efi
Horse. (.i0
He die not agree. (!1)
Self-eaultltlon. (8)
MollulntIlsir. (4)
Toilet Ipo sder. (6)
snow veblicle. (4
RKeariee (3)
Eastern title (3)
Mleih. (3)
Flat dishes. (t )
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T ts t IIt
H Ilsder.
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REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

ITORAOSCOPE
11, from the Carroll Righter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: An apparently
tranquil surface covers tempestuous, strange
conditions seething beneath. So be prepared for these.
However, with thoughtful judgment and careful planning it is
also extremely good to get set to go after big goals.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Study an associate carefully for
his next move; be prepared. Show a cooperative spirit. Don't
let temper break up some worthwhile alliance.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Analyze work and schedule,
leaving room for possible tantrums of fellow workers. Don't
overdo and ruin health. Use good judgment.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Accept some invitation for
fun and relieve tensions. Some interesting new personality
could give you added inspiration now. Avoid a silly
smart-aleck.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Don't blast out at
a family tie or devoted servant; handle the matter intelligently.
Don't make those changes at home which you are
contemplating, yet.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Some unexpected note or
telephone call could bring a fine chance to improve your
position in life now. But study the matter carefully first. Use
care in motion.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Don't make big investment or
spend large sums of money without advice from an expert.
Don't use credit cards without careful thought.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Know what you want most,
since pressures will be put on you to do other things. Get out
socially. Remain your conservative self.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Take care of problems by
keeping promises and working diligently. Don't let your
temper get the best of you. Know your own mind.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Let clever friends
suggest what should be done to better your situation. Don't
light into a good friend because you disagree. Learn to
cooperate more.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Use good judgment, do
nothing harmful to yourself or others. Drive with special care;
guard your reputation. Get talents across without appearing
boastful.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have fine ideas and
don't know which to work on first; select the most practical
Get fine pointers from an expert.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Make collections; pay bills,
and come out of that slough of despondency. Discuss future
trends with specialists. Don't play any tricks on mate.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
clever and a veritable question-box. Some early discipline of
this fine mind is needed to teach to listen as well as talk. Give
best education possible, and there can be real fame here
provided the religious training is good also. Give opportunity
to travel early in life when the mind is inquisitive and
retentive. Care in diet early, too.


APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzk

CONTRARY TO WHAT IT'S TIME ANN, I DEMAND I'LL ANSWER THAT! I DON'T
YOU THINK, BIOLOGY FOR MINPY'S TO KNOW WHO ANN ANP I ARE BELIEVE
YOU SEEM TO HAS NOTHING TO PINNER---AND THIS CHARACTER GOING TO BE IT!
ORGE T THAT SHE'S PC WITH BEING A TIME FOR IS -- WHAT'S MARRIED!
MY DAUGHTER! PARENT! YOU 7T YOUR RELATIOAN-
LEAVE! SHIP TO HIM?











STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD by saunders & overgard

DIDI I ITERRUPT A VERY I CALLED CRAN TO BE 7URE TO LOCK
FUNNY/.IROELUI HUIG PERSONAL CONVERSATION, -"TO TELL HIM WE MEN ARE ALL LiP WHEN YOU LEAVE.
LIP WITHOUT SAYIN' MI BUSH ?'WITH HED LEFT HIS FORGETFUL
GOODBYE ./ ,MR. MELLON GLOVES IN MY APART- : CAME BACK FOR
MENT,. MR BRENT.' I MY BRIEFCASE /