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Place of Publication: Nassau Bahamas
Publication Date: May 7, 2005
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Perry Christie


recuperates


at his home


* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
PRIME Minister Perry
Christie walked out of hospital
yesterday morning after being
released to continue recuperat-
ing at home following the slight
stroke he suffered earlier this
week.
The red carpet was rolled out
at the front entrance of Princess
Margaret Hospital as Mr
Christie, surrounded by his wife
Bernadette, Acting Prime Min-
ister Cynthia Pratt, Minister of
Housing and National Insur-
ance Shane Gibson, and pastor
of Mount Tabor Baptist Church
Neil Ellis, walked down the hos-
pital's steps to greet members of
the press and the crowd which
had gathered.
Amid cheers and applause,
Mr Christie's first words were
not about himself, but his con-
cern for a seriously injured
teenager who he visited in the


hospital that morning.
"This morning I paid a visit to
a young girl who suffered a very
serious injury..She may well be
paralysed and she has been
injured in a criminal way by
criminals.
"I think my injury and ail-
ments pale into insignificance
when you see a child of sixteen
who has suffered the way she
has," said Mr Christie.
He said that he left the hos-
pital thinking about the young
girl and has asked the acting
prime minister to ensure that
she investigates the possibility
of giving the child "another
opportunity" by airlifting her
to a trauma facility, with the
agreement of the physician.
The prime minister noted
that at PMH he had the "best
treatment in the world" and
"enjoyed" his stay.
"God willing, he has been
SEE page nine


* THE prime minister leaves hospital yesterday with his wife Bernadette on his right and his
nurse Charlene on his left.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)


* By NATARIO
McKENZIE
MURDER accused Bri-
an Pierre was found not
guilty by a Supreme Court
jury yesterday afternoon of
murdering Lucas Forbes at
High Rock, Andros, two
years ago.
Pierre was charged with
the stabbing death of Forbes
outside the Mal Jack Disco
in High Rock on March 16,
2003. He was represented
by lawyer Murrio Ducille.
The trial opened Monday.
The jury of four men and
eight women retired shortly
after 11am yesterday and
returned at 2pm with their
unanimous not guilty ver-
dict. The case was heard by
Justice Anita Allen.
The not guilty verdict was
unanimous on all three
counts against Pierre -mur-
der, manslaughter and
wounding.
Before the jury had
retired, Justice Allen had
directed them on what to
consider while making their
decision. She pointed out
that the only evidence as to
how the stabbing had actu-
ally occurred had come in
the form of a written state-
ment taken from Pierre by
police. She noted that if the
jury believed that the writ-
ten statement in which
Pierre admitted to stabbing
Forbes was credible evi-
dence, they should then
examine the circumstances
as well as motive for his
actions.
She told them that if in
fact they saw credibility in
the statement, given the evi-
dence, they should consid-
er whether or not the defen-
dant was acting with intent,
self defence, or if he had
been under provocation.
Justice Allen also directed
SEE page 10


New hopes over fish farm project


* By A FELICITY INGRAHAM
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE man behind the controversial
Inagua iLl. -.rm proposal has new hope
the project will be revived.
He says there have been promising indi-
cations from the government about his
$20 million plan.
George Lockwood is in Nassau explain-
ing "aquaculture" and seeking to garner
support from civic groups.
He addressed the Rotary Club of East


Nassau at Nassau Yacht Club yesterday,
expressing optimism that his "environ-
mentally safe and economically viable"
project might finally take off.
He told Rotarians: "The project has not
been approved. I was here two months.
ago and heard that it would never be
approved.
"I went home after six years spending an
awful lot of money, depressed over what
had happened.
. "In recent days we have received some
signals from the government that perhaps


there will be reconsideration. Based on
that, I think we have a certain measure of
optimism," he said.
Mr Lockwood wants to run plastic
pipelines into the ocean to a depth of 3,000
feet and use the frigid waters there to
accommodate salmon in cold ponds inland.
The farm would also grow kelp, which is
used to support the growth of abalone, a
mollusk often consumed in Asian mar-
kets.
SEE page 10


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CORDELL NELSON BRENNEN outside of court.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson)
* By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE brother of a man charged with murder was in court yes-
terday facing several charges.
Cordell Nelson Brennen, 38, of Pastel Gardens, was first
charged with conspiracy to commit murder before Magistrate
Linda Virgill.
His brother, Angelo Brennen, 36, of Derby Road, was also
listed to be charged with the offence.
However, he is being held at Her Majesty's Prison for a mur-
der hearing currently before the Supreme Court.
Therefore only Cordell was being seen yesterday. Angelo will
be brought before -the court on Monday to face two related
charges.
It is alleged that on Saturday, April 30, 2005, at New Provi-
dence, Cordell, being concerned with Angelo and others, agreed
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Mini-stroke victim




recalls experience


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A Love always, (yla


SO NOW it's official: Prime
Minister Perry Christie suffered a
mini-stroke, possibly a micro-
stroke, when he was taken ill ear-
lier this week. But if this is seen as
an early warning, and he reacts
accordingly, there is no reason why
he shouldn't continue to enjoy an
active political life for many years
to come. Here, The Tribune inter-
views a former mini-stroke vic-
tim...
IT WAS during the early
months of 1991 that George Rolle
(assumed name) awoke one morn-
ing feeling strange.
As he got out of bed, his right
arm and leg felt weak and numb.
The sensation lasted only a minute
or so, and he passed it off as poor
circulation.
At the office later that morning,
the sensation returned again. He
told a colleague as he sat down for
a business meeting: "I can't feel
my right arm."
The colleague reacted quickly.
"Get to a doctor straight away,"
he said, "you are suffering a
stroke."
Mr Rolle followed his friend's
advice, called his wife and asked
her to drive him to the doctor's
surgery.

Symptoms
The doctor recognised the symp-
toms straight away. "You have suf-
fered a transient ischaemic attack,"
he said, "otherwise known as a
mini-stroke."
Immediately, Mr Rolle was giv-
en beta blockers to lower hyper-
tension commonly called high
blood pressure and placed on a
daily aspirin regime to thin the
blood.
It is a programme of treatment
he has been following ever since.
"Follow it and you will be okay,"
said the doctor. "Stop taking the
medication and you could go ga-
ga."


TROICA

EXER IATR


Attacks can be caused by


clots blocking arteries


Transient ischaemic attacks
(TIAs) are faily common, espe-
cially in middle-aged men. Most
are caused by clots blocking small
arteries supplying blood to the
brain.
They can be caused by a clump
of platelets which then break up
and disperse.
TIAs vary in severity and dura-
tion. Symptoms generally last less
than 24 hours and are easily resog-
nisable though, as Mr Rolle dis-
covered, they can be confused with
other more minor problems.
"When I had my mini-stroke, it
really felt like 'pins and needles'
in my arm and leg. In fact, it was
actually quite a pleasant sensation.
"But as I left for the office, my
wife noticed that my right leg was
dragging slightly. She didn't con-
sider it to be anything serious at
the time. She thought my limbs
were stiff because it was early
morning.
"However, when I had a repeat
attack about an hour later, I knew
that something was out of the ordi-
nary. That's when my colleague
sounded the warning signal."
Mr Rolle was sent to see a brain
specialist and underwent a scan.
This revealed slight scarring on the
brain and confirmed the general
practitioner's diagnosis.
The surgeon told him that a
blood clot had broken off the wall
of an artery and struck his brain
like a small meteorite.
"Had it been a full-sized aster-
oid, you would be dead," he said.
The news made him gulp.
More detailed medical tests
revealed he had suffered perma-
nent, though slight, brain damage
and also an impact on his kidneys.
From that day forth, he changed
his life. He stopped smoking, he
lowered his fat intake, he reduced
his consumption of alcohol and
began taking more exercise.
The mini-stroke was like a shot
across the bows. It would have


been foolish to ignore it.
Mr Rolle believes that Mr
Christie was probably the victim
of his high-pressure job.,
"Being prime minister is no joy-
ride," he said, "there must be a lot
of tension around, and also the big
temptation of official banquets and
over-rich food.

Weight
"Mr Christie needs to lose
weight and give his body a regular
workout. He was lucky the warn-
ing apparently did little harm and
he could now go on for years."
In Mr Rolle's case, he carried
on in his senior management posi-
tion and discerned no effect on his
performance. For 14 years, he has
been as alert and competent as
ever.


"There are times when I have
difficulty forming certain words,"
he said, "but otherwise there is no
sign that it ever happened."
One thing that troubles him
slightly is that his IQ seemed to
drop from 148 to 129, though he
has no proof that this was anything
to do with his TIA.
"It could be that age makes the
mind less able than it used to be,"
he said. "However, I do wonder."
Meanwhile, Mr Rolle offers the
following advice to Mr Christie
and other mini-stroke sufferers:
"After an attack, the risk of a
more substantial stroke is high,
particularly during the first few
months, so it's important to follow
medication and lifestyle advice
very closely.
"It's advisable not to leave TIAs
untreated because the chance of a
major stroke then becomes more
likely still."
A medical website advises fam-
ily and friends of TIA victims to
encourage a healthy lifestyle, not
just in the months following the
attack but for the rest of their lives.
When Mr Christie is next invited
to an official banquet, a second
helping of the strawberry cheese-
cake is probably not a good idea.


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SATURDAY, MAY 7, 2005, PAGE 3


'Gunpowder residue'





found on the hands of





Isaacs' murder suspect


* By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Staff Reporter
and DALTON LAING
Sav La Mar, JAMAICA

GUNPOWDER residue was found on
the hands of murder suspect Sylvarus
McQueen, who is accused of killing drug
lord Sean Adderley, alias Sean Isaacs.
As the trial continued on Thursday,
Forensic analysts from the Jamaica Con-
stabulary Force testified that the Bahami-
an suspect's hands were tested when he
was arrested shortly after the murder, and
that the results showed traces of gunpow-
der residue.

Trial
Thirty year-old McQueen has been on
trial for a week, charged along with 22
year-old Dermid Daley of Retirement Vil-
lage, Westmoreland and Evan Williams
of Pondside, St Mary.
They are charged with conspiracy to


SEAN ADDERLEY,
alias Sean Isaacs
commit murder and the murder of
Adderley.


The Bahamian was gunned down in
Orange Hill, Jamiaca on February 17,2004.
The scenes of crime officer told the court
that nine 9mm spent shells were found at
the scene of Eddie's Bar.

Eyewitnesses
Around 2pm that day, the assailants
parked their rental car across the street.
from the bar and walked over to Adderley.
The gunman, eyewitnesses said, shared a
drink with his victim before firing barrage
of bullets. No one else at the bar was
injured.
Adderley was taken by private vehicle to
the Sav La Mar Hospital, but was pro-
nounced dead on arrival.
Also on Thursday, jurors were allowed
to review reports concerning the date and
time the car was rented. The trial experi-
enced numerous setbacks after being slat-
ed to begin on February 17. Two witness-
es have already linked McQueen to the
crime scene, and one identified him as the
gunman.


CHIEF councillor Abner
Pinder denied yesterday that
Spanish Wells residents were
angry that an American was
appointed manager of an off-
shore cay when local labour
was available to do the job.
It was reported that the
American has a permit to run
Lobster Cay, a privately owned
island just 10-minutes by speed
boat from Spanish Wells.
The Tribune was told that
Spanish Wells residents were
not aware that the job was on
offer and that it was not a posi-
tion for which a work permit
was appropriate.
Mr Lloyd Higgs, 60, who quit
as island caretaker after claim-
ing he had been "squeezed
out" by owner Mr Stephen


Mobley of Chicago, asked:
"Why has this man got a permit
when Bahamians wanted the
job?"

Advertised

Mr Pinder told The Tribune
today that no one applied for
the job which had been adver-
tised for two weeks.
"No one wanted the job,"
said Mr Pinder. "I myself post-
ed the vacancy on the notice
board at the local government
officer where all public notices
are put. The notice said that if
anyone was interested in the
job they should contact me. No
one inquired." ..
Mr Pinder said the vacancy
was also advertised in The Tri-


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bune. "Still there were no
inquiries," he said.
"There is no one here at
Spanish Wells who is interested
in the job. Mr Higgs had the
job. He quit and left the man
with nobody to take care of the
cay," Mr Pinder said.


"All the legal channels were
done correctly," Mr Mobley
told The Tribune from Chicago
on Thursday. "I had a Bahami-
an caretaker and he quit. The
man I employ now is a manag-
er, whereas the previous man
was a caretaker."


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line/slow service should correct
the situation by providing more
staff to provide efficient service
and keep their customers hap-
py?
Then how about those per-
sons in other "service" fields,
eg plumbers, electricians, tech-
nicians, etc, who give you a date
and time and you stay home
waiting and waiting...and they
never show up, nor do they
have the decency to call and
inform you accordingly. Can
anyone relate to these scenar-
ios?


On the other hand, the
patient/client/customer also has
a responsibility to show up on
time for their appointment -
or if running late, telephone to
say so! It has to be a two-way
street either way.
We cannot continue to be a,
community which advocates,
and accepts "if you have time to
spare..." in our professional con-'
duct. We must demand and pro-.
vide better service.
For goodness sake, let's show
some balance, decency and
respect in our dealings with one.
another!

PAM BURNSIDE
Nassau
April, 2005.


EDITOR, The Tribune

DOES anybody else feel the
frustration inherent in the
words "appointment" and "ser-
vice" in this country?
Why is it that some profes-
sionals, in particular doctors,
feel that persons who are cour-
teous enough to make an
appointment with them do not
also have a life?
We are expected, as 'cus-
tomers' to wait calmly, without
complaint, explanation or
regard for our commitments (ie
work, family, other appoint-
ments, etc) one, two, and some-
times three hours for a service
we have to pay for!
What then is the purpose of
making an appointment? Is it
not a method to ensure that
time is used efficiently by all
parties involved?
The doctor should be able to
prepare for and service the dai-
ly patient load and the
patient/customer should be able
to plan his/her day.
Is not the purpose of quality
service to perform actions which
are mutually beneficial and
pleasing to all parties involved?
I agree that there are times
when exceptions must be made:
eg during a medical emergency
or when you go to the
clinic/health fair and you are
not paying for the service or
paying a nominal fee. You
know you will have to wait and
be seen on a first come first
served basis this is under-
standable.
But when you make an
appointment and are paying for
professional service... and you
have to wait not 15 to 30 min-
uites '(Which might be consid-
ered reasonable and acceptable),
but one, two and three hours
then you must conclude that
you have not been provided
with respectful and profession-
al service.
Has anyone thought that
maybe appointments should be
booked in accordance with the
wait time involved?If your
patient turnover is on average
30 minutes, should not appoint-
ments then be made in 20
minute blocks so that the turn
around time will be minimal'.
Sounds like a good, common-
sense plan to me!
I would also like to mention
other businesses that provide a
"service" for their customers,
eg banks, bill paying counters,
etc.
Why is it that you have to
wait inordinate lengths of time
for service? Is it not logical that
a manager observing a long


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Grapevine" column featured the latest in a series of sensation-
al reports about an alleged "$3-million money scandal" at what
has been identified as a "leading Anglican church", which mis-
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they told to "zip the lips" and "stop running to The Punch
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image of the church.
In fact, while the Archbishop alluded to newspaper reports of
financial irregularities implicating the parish, no reference was
made to The Punch by name in any respect.
Perhaps significantly what The Punch neglected to report was
that the Archbishop emphasised that "no evidence" had been
presented to him of any "missing funds" in the parish. He also
assured members that he would have already taken appropriate
action if the reports had proven to be accurate.
He further explained that established diocesan regulations
required an audit of church finances and that process was being
undertaken involving all parishes.
Reports to the contrary were described as misinformation and
self-inflicted wounds emanating from within the church itself,
and he urged members not to engage in rumour-mongering
which hurt the church and fellow parishioners.
In short, The Punch's distortion of the views expressed by the
Archbishop amounts to a classic example of self-promotion at
the expense of others, which seriously calls into question the
credibility and veracity of The Punch as a source of information.

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* By KILAH ROLLE
Tribune Staff Reporter
BRINGING employees and
bosses closer together to increase
productivity is a critical part of
the role human resource profes-
sionals play in an ever-changing
workforce, declared Minister of
Labour and Immigration Vin-
cent Peet.
Mr Peet's comments were
delivered to members of the
Bahamas Human Resources
Development Association
(BHRDA) yesterday during the
organisation's one-day workshop
at the British Colonial Hilton.
Since it was established in
1989, Mr Peet said the BHRDA
has been committed to the con-
tinued growth and development
of the Bahamian economy.
"The ever-evolving internal
and external environment dic-
tates that an improved but more
sustained approach must be tak-
en if we are to continue to affect
change in today's workplace
partnerships," Mr Peet said.
He added that in order to
effectively improve any organi-
sation, great attention must be


given to the soundness of
employer-employee relation-
ships.:
"This is important for several
reasons," said Mr Peet. "It can
affect the organisation's com-
petitive advantage in the local,
regional and global markets, it
can adversely affect its profit
margin and it can result in dis-
ruptive activities by dissatisfied
employees."
In order to prevent dissatis-
faction, Mr Peet suggested that
the Human Resource Depart-
ment examine the tasks per-
formed by each employee to
determine they need to perform
effectively.
"The results could be that
employers may need to adjust
their management style to allow
employees some decision making
responsibilities," continued Mr
Peet.
"Additionally, non-monetary
incentives can be offered to
employees such as job-restruc-
turing, a more flexible working
schedule, or other intrinsic com-
pensation such as after-school
care on the job-site for employ-
ees."


Mitchell: not joining CSME will place


Bahamas outi de of CARICOM system


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
THE Bahamas will be placed
outside the CARICOM system
and no longer benefit from all the
CARICOM organisations it is a
part of, if the country does not
join the Caribbean Single Mar-
ket Economy (CSME), said For-
eign Affairs Minister Fred
Mitchell.
Mr Mitchell said that deciding
not joining the CSME, which goes
into effect at the end of this year,
would have serious negative
implications for the country'
social and economic infrastruc-
ture.
The minister made the state-
ment at a meeting of the Kiwanis
Club of Over the Hill, which cel-
ebrated its 30th Anniversary on
Thursday. The minister has been
the guest speaker every anniver-
sary meeting since 1981.
Mr Mitchell said that the oppo-
nents of CSME policy have
employed erroneous information
and fear in the course of the
debate.


MINISTER of Foreign
Affairs Fred Mitchell
The minister said he agrees
that if there are no benefits to the
Bahamas or if the disadvantages
outweigh the benefits, it makes
no sense to join the CSME.
Under the Treaty of Chaguara-
mas, the Bahamas participates in


all the activities of the Caribbean
Community except the common
market.
The Bahamas participates in
CARICOM organisations such
as the Caribbean Development
Bank, the Caribbean Tourism
Organisation, the University of
the West Indies, the Caribbean
Regional Negotiating Machinery,
the Caribbean Disaster and
Emergency Response Agency,
the Council of Economic and
Trade Development and the
Council on Finance and Planning.
The revised treaty, however,
has sparked debate in the
Bahamas because it does not
allow a state in the Caribbean
Community to remain outside the
single market and economy.
"What this means in effect, is
that once the CSME comes into
effect by the end of 2005 with all
the other CARICOM countries
signing on except the Bahamas,
we would be outside the CARI-
COM system and would not be
beneficiaries any longer of all the
CARICOM organisations that we
have benefited from since we
became an independent country
in 1973," said Mr Mitchell.
This, he said, would set the
Bahamas at a serious disadvan-
tage, because the benefits pro-
vided by the Caribbean Devel-
opment Bank, the University of
the West Indies, the Caribbean
Disaster and Emergency
Response Agency would be
greatly diminished.
"We would be the only country
in the Caribbean, apart from
Cuba, that would be outside a
regional trade bloc; and since
trade blocs provide benefits for
their members that are not pro-
vided to non-members, it could
easily be reasoned that our
tourism industry, our manufac-
turing industry, our beleaguered
agricultural industry and even our
financial services industry would
be immediately and negatively
affected, largely in terms of the
relatively higher cost of doing,
business in the Bahamas that we
would invite by trying to stand
alone," said Mr Mitchell.


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MAY 7


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Bahamian Things: Mother's
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MAY 8
2:00 Community Pg. 1540AM
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10:30 Morning Joy
11:00 Wesley Methodist Church
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* 10 years commercial banking experience with a minimum of
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* Experience managing diverse loan portfolios and
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* Detailed knowledge of retail/commercial lending practices
and credit analysis to ensure the integrity of the portfolio
* Excellent communication, analytical and reasoning skills
* Excellent leadership and coaching skills
* Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively with staff and
customers
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RESPONSIBILITIES
INCLUDE:
* Promoting excellent service quality
* Solicitation of new customers and managing sales
activities to enhance the profitability of the unit
* Effectively leading, supporting and coaching personnel
to achieve corporate objectives
* Reviewing and implementing new customer, mortgage
and commercial lending activities and organizational
strategies
* Managing loan portfolios and assessing loan quality
* Managing credit lines within the delegated authority

Fidelity Bank (Bahamas) Limited offers an excellent remuneration
and benefits package including performance-based incentives,
medical insurance, life and long tern disability insurances and
pension plan.

Send resume no later than Monday 9th May 2005 to:
Human Resources Department
Re: Branch Manager
Head Office, Cable Beach
P.O. Box N-7502
Nassau
Fax 327.5175

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Have an interest in retail sales and management
Desire to bring fun and enthusiasm to our family
Truly believe the customer always comes first.
We offer:
a great group of people to work with
a competitive benefits package
an outstanding employee discount policy
all of the training you'll need to be highly successful
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Only those interested in helping us uphold our World Famous
reputation for customer service need apply. If you want to learn
more about retail for a future career or would like to grow with
us, we should talk.
Please bring your resume to the store during the first part of
the week of May 9th or pick up an application from the store
in Marsh Harbour.


TUC leader speaks out
* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Trade Union Congress Leader Obie Ferguson claimed
there is "a move afoot" by foreign employers on Grand Bahama to
destroy the many gains for workers won years ago by the unions.
Mr Ferguson, who flew to Grand Bahama Friday, described the labour
situation there "terrible."
Mr Ferguson, along with veteran trade unionist and TUC executive
director Thomas Bastian and local affiliate union representatives Harold
Grey, Keith Knowles, and Pedro Edwards, have organised a special
labour meeting in Grand Bahama.
Workers at the container port, shipyard, power company, airport
and harbour companies, sanitation services and the development company
are expected to attend.
This week, the local union officials of these entities, which are operated
by the Grand Bahama Port Authority, expressed grave concerns over the
hiring practices and termination of some benefits for workers.
According to Ferguson, foreign employers continue to dominate the
labour force in Freeport by attempting to impose unacceptable working
conditions and policies on workers.
"Bahamians ain't got much say here because the foreigners are dom-
inating the whole scenario and ain't nothing happening for workers on
Grand Bahama," he said.
Mr Ferguson claims that employers at the sanitation services and the
Despite the union obtaining a recognition certificate and completing
an agreement, he said that employers refuse to sign.
He said they are also requesting permission to make employees
work more than the legal limit of 40 hours per week without overtime
pay, ,


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FINANCIAL INFORMATION

BORROWER: TThe funds, revenues and resources of The Clifton Heritage Authority shall consist of:

any funds as from time to time are provided by Parliament,
any funds as from time to time accrue to The Clifton Heritage Authority from the
management of Clifton Heritage,
any funds as from time to time are borrowed by The Clifton Heritage Authority or
raised by The Clifton Heritage Authority, pursuant to Section 10 of The Clifton
Heritage Authority Act, 2004, and
Sa.yfindsas from~ time to time are advanced to The Clifton Heritage Authority
pu at oScioMof The Clifton Heritage Authority Act, 2004.


-REGISTRAR AND TRANSFERAGENT-
[HE CENTRAL BANK OF THE BAHAMAS
FREDERICK STREET
P.O. BOX N-4868
NASSAU~. BAHAlMAS
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GUARANTR R : The Government of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas


AMOiUNT:


- B$24,000,000.00
:B$8,O0,000 due on May 20, 2025
B$8,000,000 due on May 20, 2030
B$8,000,000 due on May 20, 2035


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GUARANTOR, be listed and traded on a domestic stock.xchange.
Applications to purchase the bonds may be imade7by the following only:

- Bahamia -tizn, ,, ratin whollyowned by Bahamian citizens;
- Banks li !,ob in sinsswithii The Commonwealth


INTRODUCTION

This is a prospectus for the subscription of bonds issued by The Clifton Heritage Authority (The Authority).
This offer is made solely upon terms and conditions contained in this prospectus, and no person has been
authorized to provide any information or to make any representations with regard to the bonds being offered
otherlthan by way of this prospectus.


CONDI FIONS OF The right is reserved to reject any application in whole or in part.
APPIC1:( ION AN|D
SAL OT ':' :! All applications must be fully completed using the form provided herein and
must be for a minimum purchase of B$I00.00, and in increments of B$100.00
thereafter.
In allocating bonds subscribed for, subscriptions from individuals up to
B$10,000 will be fully served before any applications will be made to
Scorp iorate subscribers. That portion of individual subscriptions in excess of
B i$,1,00ff : aiid coErporate subscriptions will be allocated on a pro rata basis.


: ilt ION H ~to:ithi e Bonds shouldbe made to the using the fo
included in thi Prospectus, App ication foms may botaiedfomThe
Centil Ba of The Bahamas, The PublicT ury, Marlborough Street
N.. u or any ofthe following

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British"%.ricauBank (1993) Limited
Citibank.N.A...

Commonwealth Bank.Limited
Fidehty Merchant Bank & Trust Linuted
FinamncCorporationofBahamas Limited
FiirtCaribbean Finance Corp (Bahamas) Limited.
FirstCanibbean International Bank Limited
Royal Bank of Canada (The)
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remains showed association with materials from the second half of the lV8
century. The architectural style of the first is associated with enslaved Africans
and this structure may represent one of the earliest slave cabins in TheBahamas.
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APPLICATION FORM

THE CLIFTON HERITAGE AUTHORITY BONDS DUE 2025.2030. AND 2035
GUARANTEED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS


APPLICATION NO.
ALLOTMENT NO.________


DATE:


The Registrar
c/o The Central Bank of The Bahamas
P.O. Box N-4868
Nassau, Bahamas
Sir:
I/We hereby apply for the following amount of The Clifton Heritage Authority Bonds:

Insert below the amount applied for
in units of B$100


1/2 % Above Prime Rate
5/8 % Above Prime Rate
3/4 % Above Prime Rate


Bonds 2025 B$
Bonds 2030 B$___
Bonds 2035 B$_


and undertake to accept any less amount which may be allotted to me/us.

I/We enclose B$ in payment for the Bonds applied for. In the event of the full
amount of Bonds applied for above is/are not allotted to me/us, I/we request that the sum refundable to me/us be
applied for the following Bonds:


1/2 % Above Prime Rate
5/8 % Above Prime Rate
3/4 % Above Prime Rate


Bonds 2025 B$__
Bonds 2030 B$_
Bonds 2035 B$_


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BANK DRAFTS SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO THE CENTRAL BANK OF THE BAHAMAS



Ordinary Signature

Name in Full (BLOCK LETTERS, state whether Mr., Mrs., or Miss and tides if any.)

Address (Corporation etc. should give Registered Addresses, Telephone Numbers, Facsmile Numbers)




(where two or more persons apply as joint subscribers, the additional names and addresses should be give
below.)
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PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, ACHARA SAMONE
SMITH, of 14 Maple Drive, Nassau, Bahamas, intend to
change my name to ACHARA SAMONE GRANT. If there
are any objections to this change of name by Deed Poll, you
may write such objections to the Chief Passport Officer,
P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30)
days after the date of publication of this notice.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that YVENS REGIS OF MURPHY
TOWN, ABACO, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas,, and that
any person who knows any reason why registration/naturalization
should not be granted, should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7TH day of MAY,
2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that NIXO ULYSSE OF BAMBOO
TOWN, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is. applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that
any person who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization
should not be granted, should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7TH day of MAY,
2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.RO.Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


'Bahamas becoming a



society without values'


* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
AS CHILDREN continue to
have children, the Bahamas is
becoming a society without
values according to S Ali McIn-
tosh, president and chairman
of the National Committee for
Youth Renewal and Revival.
Addressing the problems
surrounding the country's
youth, including issues like
teenage pregnancy, violence
and the absence of role models,
Ms McIntosh explained that
one of the key factors to revers-
ing the present social crisis is to
encourage communities to par-
ent the children of other peo-
ple.
"Our children are not being
taught values or socialisation
skills, you have 21-year-old
mothers who a five-year-old
child in primary school, you
have parents in their 30s who
have 17-year-old children grad-
uating from high school.
"The reason why we have
this out of control situation at
schools, is that too many chil-
dren are having children, so
you have a society where val-
ues are not being passed on.
Many times these parents are
still finding their way in life and
can't be bothered with chil-
dren," she said.
Ms McIntosh said now is the
time to implement values train-
ing.
"We must sit down with chil-
dren and explain when we are
talking about integrity this is
what we mean, when we are
talking about what is right and


President of National

Committee for Youth

Renewal and Revival

addresses problems

surrounding youth


what is wrong, this is what we
mean," she said.
In an attempt to "make a
dent in the social crises facing
the children of the Bahamas"
the National Committee for
Youth Renewal and Revival
(NCYRR), has helped initiate
the Church Adopt A School
(CAAS) programme.
Positive
This has been done in co-
operation with the Ministry of
Education, and in conjunction
with the Boys Club, the Stu-
dent Christian Movement,
Child Evangelism, the Prison
Fellowship, the Kiwanis Club
of Nassau and the Youth
Ambassador for Positive Liv-
ing.
Under the banner of 'Project
Renewal' the CAAS pro-
gramme is now in the initial
stages of implementation in all
of New Providence's forty pub-
lic schools, Ms McIntosh said.
She explained that the


NCYRR is appealing to 200
churches to adopt a school and
assist with social intervention
and spiritual needs.
The churches can commit to
any of the components includ-
ed in the CAAS programme,
including counseling in times
of trauma or tragedy, providing
motivational presentations for
both the student body and fac-
ulty, and support for fundrais-
ing opportunities.
Further components of the
programme are the Hope
Team and the Hope Centre.
Ms McIntosh said that
NCYRR is asking for churches
to commit five volunteers for
on-campus ministry one day a
week as part of a Hope Team,
and to make their church build-
ing into a Hope Centre open
to the children from 3pm to
6pm every day.
"Most of the churches are
closed during the week; we
have to make an effort not to
lose the youth of our nation
because our doors are closed,"
she said.
Students
Emphasising that denomina-
tional differences will be put
aside for the CAAS project,
Ms McIntosh suggested that
the churches can provide a
relaxed environment where
children can do their home-
work, or take part in sewing or
cooking courses, or simply
learn basic socialisation skills,
as well as host suspended stu-
dents during school hours.
"Based on our evaluation,
Project Renewal will dramati-
cally reduce the incidents of
social and disciplinary prob-
lems in area public schools,"
the NCYRR stated.
NCYRR will be holding a
meeting with church represen-
tatives on May 10 at 7.30pm at
Comfort House Ministries,
Dean's Lane and are encour-
aging all interested persons to
e-mail: bahamasyouthrenew-
al@hotmail.com.


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Real estate license is preferred. Successful candidate
must have exceptional communication skills, both verbal
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to commute or relocate to Abaco. The Abaco Club's
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MANAGER OF THE QUARTER
The Lyford Cay Club is committed to recognizing its managers who continue to render
consistent outstanding service, Recently, Mr Pascal Hollaender, Executive Chef at the Club,
was presented with the "Manager of the Quarter" award. He has been with the Club since
October 14, 1996, and has set a standard in his department in speech and conduct and he is
living up to the Lyford Cay Club's Basics Devoted to Excellence. Mr Hollaender's contribution
to the Lyford Cay Club has been uniquely generous and effective.
The presentation was made on Friday, April 22, 2005, by Mr Paul D Thompson, CHA,
Managing Director.
We congratulate Mr Hollaender on his accomplishment.


Manager of The Quarter Award
Pictured left to right are:


Mr Kenneth Ward, Heart of the House food operations; Mr Phillipe Sahnoune, Director, Dining
Operations & Special Events; Mr Reuben T Stuart, Deputy Managing Director; Recipient Mr
Pascal Hollaender, Executive Chef; Mr Paul D Thompson, CHA, Managing Director; Mrs
Janette Smith, Senior Assistant Manager and Ms Mary eleVeaux Dretor, Human Resources.


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SPhone: 393-3726/393-2355/Fax: 393-8135
S CHURCH SERVICES
SUNDAY, MAY 8,2005
H MOTHER'S DAY
ASCENSION METHODIST CHURCH, Prince Charles Drive
11:00 a.m. Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart
COKE MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Bernard Road
11:00 a.m. Pastor Sharon Loyley
CURRY MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Zion Boulevard
10:00 a.m. Mrs. Minerva Knowles
7:00 p.m. Dr. Carl Knowles
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH, East Shirley Street
11:00 a.m. Pastor Martin Loyley
7:00 p.m. Pastor Martin Loyley
GLOBAL VILLAGE METHODIST CHURCH, Queen's College
Campus
9:30 a.m. Rev. James Neilly/ HC
ST. MICHAEL'S METHODIST CHURCH, Churchill Avenue
8:00 a.m. Connections Rev. Philip Stubbs
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11:00 a.m. Rev. William Higgs
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Your Host: Mr. Sidney Pinder
12th ANNUAL GENERAL CONFERENCE will be held at the Tarpum
Bay Methodist Church and Ingraham's Beach Inn and hosted by the
South Eleuthera Region. Please pray with us that the theme for this
Conference. "Building Each Other Up" (1 Thessalonians 5: 11) will
be our shared experience as we meet in Tarpum Bay in May 24 29,
2005.
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N JANUARY, 1942, we
started serving around the
altar at St Anne's Church in Fox
Hill, the same year we began our
limited formal education at
Sandilands All-age School- not
the other institution by that
name, which did not exist at the
time.
Serving around the altar is a
privileged lay ministry in which
we have been actively involved
for the past 63 years, and one
that has had a cherished and pos-
itively stabilising influence on us.
Thus, it was in that capacity
that we accompanied the late
Rev Fr Julian Henshaw to the
Fox Hill Prison each Sunday,
from 1947 until his death on Jan-
uary 20,1951, to assist him in cel-
ebrating a weekly mass for the
inmates incarcerated there.
There were no more than 250
prisoners there at any given time
during this period, so much ,so
that one could virtually choose
which cell he would occupy dur-
ing his confinement.


Sunday School: 10am
Preachering 11am & 7:30pm
Radio Bible Hour:
Sunday 6pm ZNS 2
Wed. Prayer & Praise 7:30pm


After the service, we both
looked forward to having dinner
with the inmates, as no-one could
cook a better pot of peas and
rice, interspersed with salt beef,
than those fellows at the prison.
Fr Henshaw, knowing how
inquisitive we were, always
warned us never to ask the
inmates what they were in there
for, as to a man, they all consid-
ered themselves to have been
innocent. Instead, he advised us
to only ask them this question:
"What they say you did?"
There were no toilet facilities
in the cells then, as one would
see in the movies or on televi-
sion today. Rather, each man
had his own slop bucket in which
he relieved himself whenever
nature called, and which he emp-


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Telephone number: 324-2538
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Worship time: 11am & 7pm
Sunday School: 9:45am
Prayer time: 6:30pm
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P.O.Box EE-16807
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sons going to trial whenever the
sessions of the Supreme Court
opened. What was so interesting
about those scenes was that the
accused persons always attempt-
ed to cover their faces to avoid
being caught on camera by the
photographers. Thus, even the
element of shame served as a
deterrent to crime to most per-
sons at the time.
In those days, you see, people
were ashamed to be seen going
to court. Today, however, no
such shame exists any longer.
Pass through Bank Lane on any
given court day and you will see
bus loads of young men having
been brought down from prison
for their respective court appear-
ances. Rather than concealing
their faces, these young men
nowadays shamelessly hail you
as though going to court or being
in prison is no big deal.
In Fox Hill, even a half centu-
ry ago, it was more than a dis-
grace for a young girl to become
pregnant outside of wedlock.
There, such a person was
ostracised in that small closely-
knit community, with no boy or
girl being allowed to have any-
thing to do with or say to her.
Any child reported as having vio-
lated this puritanical edict would
be severely punished by their
parents, or any other adult in the
village.
We know of at least two cases
in which young girls, fearing
ostracism, concealed their preg-
nancies to their detriment, dying
in childbirth as a result. Today,
however, seven out of every ten
children born in this country are
born out of wedlock. We know
of a case in which a child, not yet
ten years old, gave birth to a
baby in one of our hospitals.
We even heard a 27-year-old
woman bragging at the check-
SEE next page


tied into a hole at the end of a
corridor each morning. (Believe
it or not, this antiquated system
still obtained at the Fox Hill
Prison until recently, even
though there were then as many
as six inmates to a cell). Yet,
despite these unsanitary and
dehumanising conditions, far too
many of our young men continue
to return to that "hell hole" of
incarceration again and again.
Why?

The prisoners kept a farm
where they raised most
of their own food supply, includ-
ing vegetables, pigs, sheep and
goats. The overseers were well-
respected by the inmates and
whatever they did in terms of
rehabilitation must have worked
because very few of those thus
incarcerated ever returned to
prison. We never even heard the
word recidivism used at that
time.
Growing up in Fox Hill, we
prided ourselves in boasting that
there were more overseers from
that former slave village
employed at the prison than
there were prisoners who hailed
from the same area. When we
entered the Government High
School in 1950, we used that
statement as our trump card
whenever students from down-
town chided us as "living behind
God's back", in Fox Hill.
In 1954, we began our employ-
ment at The Nassau Guardian
as an apprentice Linotype oper-
ator. It was there that we
observed the photographs of per-


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out counter of one of our
supermarkets that she had
just recently become a grand-
mother. Such is the extent of
the level of moral decay that
presently besets our country.
As a result, we are witnessing
daily the negative impact such
decadence and permissiveness
is having on virtually every
aspect of our society. Thus, we
are now seeing manifestations
of the same in our schools, on
our streets, in our high rate of
recidivism, in the breakdown
in family life, and in the sense-
less spate of violent crimes,
among other instances.
One of our former teachers
from the 1940s, Mrs Gloria
Goodman (nee Pinder), once
beat us in school, leaving a blis-
ter on one of our palms. Think-
ing we would get even with her,
as we lived in the same yard,
we reported the matter to our
mother, who called her to our
house. There, our mother beat
us again in her presence for
having embarrassed our family
by doing something to cause
Mrs Goodman to punish us in
the first instance.
Then, teachers, preachers,
doctors, nurses, midwives,
policemen and other persons in
authority were well-respected
by residents of the communi-
ties in which they served. In the
process, they received their full
co-operation.
Not so today, however.
Nowadays, incidents such as the
one we described above involv-
ing one of our teachers would
result in the mother rushing to
the school, accompanied by a
gang of young thugs, enquiring
of her child which one of the
teachers bothered him or her.
It has been well-said that: if
you sow the wind, you will reap
the whirlwind. This is exactly
what we are now experiencing
in our beloved Bahamas today.
In our quest for material
progress, we have cast aside the
simple tenets that previously
caused our society to be the civ-
ilized institution it once was.
Thus, now is the time for us to
not only return to basics, but
more so to God, from whom
all good things do flow.
Think on these things.
(George W Mackey's book
"Millennium Perspectives", a
compilation of Viewpoints and
other interesting topics, is
available at leading bookstores
locally. E-mail: georgewmack-
ey@hotmail.com),


Prime minister


leaves hospital


FROM page one


good to me. He has taken me
there and has brought me back
and I seriously hope that I have
learned the lesson of my life,
that all work does not work
sometimes," he said.
Before departing the hos-
pital's compound, Mr Christie
did not neglect to thank nurs-
ing officer Charlene Davis,
who took care of him from
the time he was in the Inten-
sive Care Unit to his release.
Dr Perry Gomez said the
prime minister is expected to
finish his recuperation at
home as well as follow a strict
dietary and exercising pro-
gramme. He also recom-
mended that Mr Christie take
periodical vacation time to
have "downtime".
Mr Christie was taken to
hospital on Tuesday morning
after waking up at his Cable
Beach home around 4.30am
experiencing physical dis-
comfort.
Earlier yesterday morning,
in a final press conference at
the hospital, Charles Rah-
ming, consultant neurologist,
who took care of the prime


minister from the time he \wias
admitted until his release,
said that when he first saw
Mr Christie on Tuesday "he
had weakness of the right
hand and numbness on the
right side of the body. He had
a little difficulty bringing out
the words that he had to say."
Dr Rahming said Mr
Christie was fortunate that
he arrived at hospital in a
timely manner, for they were
able to institute a cocktail of
medications.
He said after administering
the medications and a priest
had prayed over the prime
minister, within half an hour
he showed great improve-
ment in his symptoms to the
point of being almost symp-
tom free.
"We ordered the MRI and
it showed a very small stroke
on the left side of the brain.
This stroke is very small and
is way out in the periphery.
He is completely recovered
from any ill-effects of this
stroke.
"If that clot that originally
went there did not break up it
may have been a different
matter," said Dr Rahming.


DEFENCE FORCE RECRUITMENT EXERCISE


Coral Harbour Base 04 May. (RBDF) The Royal Bahamas Defence
Force is presently conducting a Recruitment Exercise. Applications can
be obtained at The Ministry of National Security 3rd floor of The Churchill
Building, Rawson Square, and at the Royal Bahamas Defence Force
Base, Coral Harbour.

The deadline for submission of Applications is 13th May 2005.
Commencement date for training of successful applicants is scheduled
for 22nd August 2005.

Applicants should:

* Be a Bahamian citizen
* Be between the ages of 18 24 years
* Possess a minimum of (5) BJC's or equivalent including Math and
English with 'C' passes or above
* Obtain two character references and a Police Character Certificate

Applicants are required to be successful in all of the following:

* A Psychometric Evaluation
* Recruitment (written) Examination (Math, English, and General
Knowledge)
* Physical Fitness and Swimming Tests
* Vetting Assessment and Medical Examination
* Interview Assessment

Emphasis for recruitment will be placed on candidates with:

* Strong character and leadership qualities
* Desire to maximize potential in a disciplined environment
* Willingness to spend time at sea
* Willingness to conduct tour of duty at satellite base on a Family Island
or outside of The Bahamas
* Good academic background
* Proficiency in a second language
* Proficiency in a musical instrument

Interested persons may contact:

Lieutenant Commander Franklin Clarke
Personnel & Recruiting Officer
Defence Force Headquarters
P.O. Box N-3733
Coral Harbour, New Providence


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W COMMONWEALTH BREWERY LIMITED
VACANCY NOTICE

A manufacturing entity located on the western tip of New Providence, is
presently seeking the following:


POSITION:


STORE KEEPER


DUTIES:

1. Responsible for an adequate stock level of all spare parts.
2. Ensure adequate stocks are available for the planned maintenance
and overhauls.
3. Responsible for store issuing of parts and adequate
administration.
4. Assists with planning and scheduling of engineering work
generated through the work order system.
5. Generates reports on activities in stores on a monthly basis.
6. Count various sections of Spare Parts monthly to ensure system
records are updated.
7. Ensure good housekeeping of all spare parts storage facilities.
8. Monitor all technical purchase orders and delivery dates to
ensure timely delivery to CBL.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

1. High School Education. City and Guilds Mechanical or any
other Technical Equivalent Certificate a plus.
2. Five (5) years experience in an industrial environment.
3. Computer skills in Excel, Word, Lotus Notes 3-5 years.
4. Knowledge and skill in Inventory management a plus.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:

1. Must be a team player that is willing to support the efforts of
the team or any team member.
2. Is aware of what is going on in CBL in the broadest sense and
prepared to go beyond the call of duty to ensure that the
brewery's objectives are realized.
3. The successful applicant should be able to act on his/ her own
initiative and with little or no supervision.
4. Must be one that takes the initiative to find new opportunities,
improvements or methods and acts on them.

A competitive salary, performance related compensation, career related
training and a competitive employee benefits package are all available to the
successful candidate.

Interested persons should submit a current resume and cover letter to the
address below no later than May 10th 2005:

Human Resources Manager
Comonwealth Brewery Limited
P.O.Box N 4936
Nassau, Bahamas


FROM page one


Other kinds of microscopic algae
would be grown to feed oysters
and talapia fish.
In addressing some of the envi-
ronmental issues raised at the
Rotary meeting Mr Lockwood
said: "The (project) will be entire-
ly handled on land, on shore, about
a half-mile from the coast in tanks
and farms.
"We are organised to produce
fish, using existing technologies
that are proven. We expect no
(environmental) impact whatso-
ever."
This model is the "only envi-
ronmentally sustainable model for
growing these fish" in the world, he
added.
The farm wants to use the
"metabolic products" of these life
forms as nutrients for another life
form. So what would have other-
wise become waste, becomes
resources for commercial produc-
tion.
Mr Lockwood explained: "By
the time a molecule of nitrogen
gets through our system, from the
very beginninning coming in as a
salmon seed pellet, to being dis-
charged, it's basically all used up.
"The waters that we will dis-
charge through injection wells have
basically the same nutrient profile
as the waters in the ocean right
now, which are virtually depleted
of all nutrients.
"So, there will be very little
waste, and that which is will be dis-
persed into the subterranean


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Project
ground and into the salt water
below the fresh water lens, never to
be seen again."
The investor wants to build a
$15 to $20 million plant on 300
acres, serving North American and
world markets. Initially, the farm
could hire 200 people, with the aim
of becoming a billion dollar busi-
ness within ten years, employing
over 600 persons.
Mr Lockwood said initially for-
eigners would have to be hired in
management positions, with
Bahamians as assistant managers
training to take over those posi-
tions.
"There is no-one in the world
operating an integrated system like
we have and have done already,"
he said. "We have a great deal of
confidence."
The technology for his farm, he
said, was first developed in Mon-
terey, California. He operated a
farm in Hawaii, but was forced out
after a "hostile" takeover by the
Japanese. He served as the presi-
dent of the World Aquaculture
Society.
The Bahamas is being pinpoint-
ed as an ideal place mainly because
of its economic status and political
stability, he said.
"We looked specifically at the
north-western Caribbean because
what we produce is for the US
market. Air transportation costs
are very important, so you want
to be close to the market," he said.


Not guilty verdict
FROM page one
the jury to consider Pierre's own testimony in which he claimed
that the statement given to police was actually false and that the
police had written up what they saw fit.
She told the jury that the defendant had nothing to prove and
that it was the prosecution that had brought him before the court
and had the task of convincing them that he was in fact guilty
Pierre appeared calm throughout the trial and nodded his
head slightly as the jury delivered its verdict.
In court yesterday, family members of the accused breathed
sighs of relief and smiled as Justice Allen dismissed the charges
against Pierre.








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"We prefer to be south of the
Tropic of Cancer because solar
radiation is very important to us.
We need to have locations where
the seafloor is very steep because
the pipelines are very expensive
and you want short as possible
pipelines to get to the water you
need.
"We also need good marine
infrastructure to bring in our food
and our supplies. You put all this
together, and you have about 35
sites in the Caribbean in six differ-
ent jurisdictions that we have iden-
tified.
"But some of them are not in
countries that are stable. So Inagua
became our first choice."


Brother

FROM page one
with a common purpose to
cause the death of Calvonya
Grant.
Also, Cordell was charged
separately with conspiracy
to cause a person to refrain
from giving evidence.
Case particulars are that
between October and
December, 2004, Cordell
allegedly conspired with oth-
er persons to stop Aaron
Woodside from giving evi-
dence in the murder trial
against his brother Angelo.
The second charge of con-
spiracy to cause a person to
refrain from giving evidence
involved Cordell and his
brother Angelo.
It is alleged that between
November, 2004, and April,
2005, they conspired togeth-
er, with other persons
unknown, to cause Leander
Culmer to refrain from giv-
ing evidence in the murder
trial against Angelo.
Before the charges were
read by Magistrate Virgill,
Cordell sat quietly in the
dock and cried.
He was advised that all
matters will be heard togeth-
er, and that because of the
severity of some of the
charges, he could not be
granted bail.
Cordell said in his defence
that he had never been in
trouble in his life, and that:
he knew nothing of the
charge to commit murder.
Cordell was remanded to
Her Majesty's Prison until
May 18, when the prelimi-
nary inquiries begin.'


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* FROM left: Mary-Ann Burrows-Carpenter, member of the PR Committee,
Gina Mortimer-Storr and Eldric Ferguson prepare pieces with contact cement.


THE Governor-General gives Bahamian Ambassador to
the United States H E Joshua Sears some guidance in laying a
pattern for cutting in the shack.
(All photos courtesy of Franklyn G Ferguson)


private banking


SG Hambros, part of the Societe Gendrale Group, is a private
bank providing a comprehensive wealth management service.
SG Hambros in The Bahamas is currently looking to recruit a
Head of Legal/Company Secretary. Your primary role will be to
work as a legal resource to the Bank generally and as the
Company Secretary. You will act as the focal point for the
Bahamas regarding regulatory matters and be responsible for
the supervision of the Companies Administration Department,
ensuring compliance with the companies' legislation.
You will be responsible for all litigation matters involving the
Bank. You will be required to review all trust deeds in relation
to any proposed new business initiatives and advise the Trust
and Private Banking teams and management concerning the
legal implications of conducting business.


You must hold a law degree and have seven to ten years related
experience of which at least five must be in a managerial
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The position offers, in.addition to the salary, a discretionary
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PO BoxPq7789, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Pre-Mother's Day Luncheon



The Remnant Tabernacle Of Praise marks sixth anniversary


T he Remnant
Tabernacle of
Praise Church cel-
ebrated its sixth
anniversary with a
Pre-Mother's Day Luncheon at
the Wyndham Nassau Resort
and Casino.
The church was founded
shortly after the death of Rev
Charles C Smith, pastor of Zion
Baptist Church, in February,
1999, and was incorporated on
May 26, 2000. Kendal Stubbs is
the senior pastor.
"I am grateful to God and the
flock for making the Remnant
Tabernacle of Praise 'The mir-
acle in Carmichael' and the pre-
ferred choice of Saints who are
committed to God and the
restoration of the union
between theology, ethics and
academics."
They called themselves the
Remnant Fellowship after
breaking away from Zion Bap-
tist Church. They have acc-
quired property to build a
50,000 square foot sanctuary on
Carmichael and Golden Isle
Road.
A ground-breaking service
for.the new church was held on
Sunday, July 30, 2000.


* PICTURED (I-r) are Vernal Sands, goodwill ambassador
of the Wyndham Nassau Resort and Crystal Palace Casino,
Jacklyn Williams-Smith, former educator, and Jamal Jones,
manager of Bahamian Photographers in the Radisson
Hotel.


* PICTURED in the front row (I-r) are Dale Carey, Deaconess Iris Mackey, Minister
Edmund Stubbs, Deaconess Annamae Strachan, Pastor Kendal Stubbs, Deaconess Miri-
am Pratt, Deacon Timothy Adderley and Carol Braynen. Shown in the second row (1-r) are
Tamika Smith, Nikita Braynen, Deacon Ronald Lloyd, Deacon J Alfred Farrington, Godfrey
Toote, Deaconess Denise Lloyd and Deaconess Patrinella Deleveaux. Pictured in the
back row (1-r) are Ephraim Jones, Deacon J Edison Deleveaux, Yvonne McPhee, Cypriana
Moss, Frances Smith, Leanora Munnings and Minister Wendell Pratt.


Achievers Recognition Luncheon


* VALENTINE "lover boy" Maura, banker and comedian,
and Cyriana Moss, managing director of Haagen Daaz
Bahamas.


* PICTURED (I-r) are Sheena Culmer of Colina Insurance, Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell, Dwayne Pearce of Fam-
ily Guardian and LUABH president, and Julie Adderley-Mclntosh of Family Guardian Financial. The Achievers Recognition
Luncheon of the Life Underwriters Association of the Bahamas was held last month at the Nassau Beach Hotel.


* PICTURED (I-r) are Alex Major, agent for CLICO, David T M Maynard, executive agent for CLICO, and W George
Bethell, life underwriter for Imperial Life Financial.


* LORRAINE Evans (left) of CLICO, Wendell Smith of British
American and education chairman of Life Underwriters
Association Bahamas (LUABH), and Deveral Ferguson, of
Colina Insurance and first vice-president of LUABH.

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MIAMI HERALD SPORTS


LACK of funds will
result in the Bahamas
Baseball Federation
(BBF) sending only one
junior team to an interna-
tional competition this
year.
The BBF will send a
bantam minors team, age
9-10, to compete in the
Little League Champi-
onship in the US Virgin
Islands, but will not be
able to send a team to the
Pony League, set for
Puerto Rico.
The Andrea Rodgers
national championship
will be used as a try-out
for the team. Team mem-
bers will be selected
based on their perfor-
mance at the national
championships, where
national coaches will get
the opportunity to see the
players first hand.

Opportunity
Bahamas Baseball Fed-
eration president Greg
Burrows said: "We can't
afford to send all the
teams away this year, so
we've decided to send the
nine-10 team. We will use
the national champi-
onships to try and build
the best team ever, this
will be our only opportu-
nity see the young players
in action.
"There will be an all-
star team, since there will
be more than 70 players
in that division. Selecting
an all-star team will make
the selection process easi-
er for the coaches."
The BBF fielded a
team to part take in last
years Pony League, which
was held in the Bahamas.
Because the Bahamas
hosted the tournament,
BBF was able to field
three teams, because of
the spoiler rule.
The rule allows the
host country to field up to
four teams in the each
division. Since the Pony
League championships
will be held in Puerto
Rico, the spoiler will be
granted to them.
Burrows added: "We
were fortunate last year
to host the tournament
and field the teams in the
tournament, but this year
we don't have the money
or the spoiler so we will
have to stick with just
sending one team."
The Pony League is set
for late June, two weeks
after the Little League
Championships.


Prayers

are urged

for athlete
MINISTER of Youth
Sports and Culture Neville
Wisdom is asking the nation
to pray for Vernetta Rolle-
Smith, a Bahamian athlete
who is seriously ill at a hos-
pital in Houston, Texas.
Rolle-Smith has been
diagnosed with advanced
stage of cancer and will be
taken to a hospice location
where she will undergo
treatment.


Wisdom offers his prayers
for Smith and her family.


Late show seals a





place in semifinals

* By KELSIE JOHNSON converted into three point points in that quarter, arc were Davard Martin and The swarming defenc
Junior Sports plays by the Shockers, with His baseline spin move Anthony Woods. was the turning point in th
Reporter Anwar Ferguson stepping sent the Wreckers up by Between the two, they game for the Shockers, wh


THE Real Deal Shockers
found themselves down by
more than 12 points in the
final minutes of the fourth,
but came back to send the
Y Care Wreckers packing.
The Shockers' late 14-2
run helped them to defeat
the Wreckers 97-88, a feat
that advanced them to the
semi-final rounds in the
New Providence Basketball
Association (NPBA) divi-
sion II series.
Wreckers had taken the
lead from the first tip, but
the Shockers' suffocating
defensive trap in the final
two minutes of the fourth
resulted in eight turnovers.
Five of the turnovers were


up his game for his team.
Although he only scored
11 points, all of which came
in the second half, Ferguson
was the defensive man for
the Shockers.

Ability
His leaping ability stopped
three dunks that would have
pushed the Wreckers up by
17 points.
The Wreckers' dominance
started in the second quar-
ter, with Corey Dorsette
taking charge.
Dorsette, the Wreckers
playmaker, was able to pick
off three of Sidney Hillary's
balls, which added to the
Wreckers' 12 fast break


five, adding to their 9-0 run.
The run was stopped by
Shockers' Tony Ferguson,
who connected from behind
the arch.
This was the only success-
ful shot for the Shockers,
with time running out.
They had missed their last
seven shots, all of which
were uncontested.
Both teams were now sit-
ting back in the zone
defence, but the defensive
stand played more in the
Wreckers' favour.
The Wreckers, one of the
better shooting teams,
launched seven three point-
ers, connecting with five of
them. Causing havoc for the
Shockers from behind the


were rewarded for the
Wreckers 9-12 three pointer
average.

Shooting
Martin, who was shooting
from the left wing, sank four
of the nine, while Woods
was awarded for the other
five.
With the Wreckers having
the hot shooting hands, the
Shockers were facing a 12
point deficit heading into
the fourth.
This was when the Shock-
ers applied their full court
defence. At first the Wreck-
ers were able to break
through, but the Shockers
swarmed their inbound pass.


:e
he
10


picked of six of the Wreck-
ers' passes.
This forced the Wreckers
to call a time out, with
Dorsette re-entering the
game.
But the Shockers doubled
up on him making the
Wreckers rely on their big
man Edward Carey to bring
the ball down.
This wasn't successful and,
with the time ticking by,
they were forced to watch
their 17 point lead vanish
away.
Within seconds the Shock-
ers had regained the lead
and the game.
The Shockers move on to
play the Grants Town Tav-
ern Giants on Saturday.


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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2005
IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/QUI/292
Common Law and Equity Division
IN THE MATTER OF The Quieting Titles Act, 1959
AND
IN THE MATTER OF Mortgage Holdings Limited

NOTICE
ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land containing 3,355 sq. ft.,
situate in the Subdivision known as Westward Villas in the Western
District of the Island of New Providence one of the Islands in
the Commonwealth of The Bahamas comprising Lot number
Three (3) in Block Number (4) of the said Subdivision which
said piece parcel or lot of land is bounded NORTHWARDLY by
Lot Number Four (4) and running thereon One hundred and Five
feet (105.00) WESTWARDLY by an arch of land and running
thereon Ten and Thirty-one hundredths feet (10.31) in an arch
SOUTHWARDLY by land belonging to the Petitioner and running
thereon One Hundred and Five feet (105.00) and WESTWARDLY
by a roundabout and running thereon is an arch Fifty-three and
sixty hundredths feet (53.60) as the same are delineated with the
position shape marks boundaries dimensions and abuttals thereof
on the Plan hereunto annexed and thereon coloured Pink.
Mortgage Holdings Limited claims to be the owner in fee simple
of the said land free from encumbrances and has made application
to the Supreme Court in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas
under section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have its title
to the said land investigated and the nature and extent thereof
determined and declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
the Court in accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
A plan of the said land may be inspected during normal office
hours in the following places:
a) The Registry of the Supreme Court in the City of Nassau;
b) The Chambers of Callenders & Co., One Millars Court, Nassau,
Bahamas, Attorneys for the Petitioners.
NOTICE, is hereby given that any person having dower or right
of dower or an Adverse Claim or a claim not recognized in the
Petition shall on or before the 27th day of June A.D., 2005 file
in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned
a statement of his claim in the prescribed form, verified by an
Affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such person to file
and serve a statement of his claim on or before the said 27th day
of June A.D., 2005 will operate as a bar to such claim.

CALLENDERS & CO.
Chambers
One Millars Court
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioner


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2005
IN THE SUPREME COURT Equity Side
IN THE MATTER OF The Quieting Titles Act, 1959

IN THE MATTER OF all that piece parcel or lot of land
containing 3,355 9q. ft., situate in the Subdivision known as
Westward Villas in the Western District of the Island of New
Providence one of the Islands in the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas comprising Lot number Three (3) in Block Number (4)
of the said Subdivision which said piece parcel or lot of land is
bounded NORTHWARDLY by Lot Number Four (4) and running
thereon One hundred and Five feet (105.00) WESTWARDLY by
an arch of land and running thereon Ten and Thirty-one hundredths
feet (10.31) in an arch SOUTHWARDLY by land belonging to
the Petitioner and running thereon One Hundred and Five feet
(105.00) and WESTWARDLY by a roundabout and running
thereon is an arch Fifty-three and sixty hundredths feet (53.60)
as the same aredelineated with the position shape marks boundaries
dimensions and abuttals there thereof on the Plan hereunto annexed
and thereon coloured Pink.
AND
IN THE MATTER of Mortgage Holdings Limited
NOTICE
2005
CLE/QUI/292
CALLENDERS & CO.
Chambers
One Millars Court
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioner


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PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, CLINTISHER R.
WILLIAMS, of, Commonwealth Blvd., Elizabeth Estate,
P.O. Box SS-5040, Nassau, Bahamas, intend to change
my name to PRECIOUS CLINTISHER R. WILLIAMS. If
there are any objections to this change of name by Deed
Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief Passport
Officer, P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty
(30) days after the date of publication of this notice.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MONA MURAT OF BARCARDI
ROAD, P.O. BOX N-7512, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that
any person who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization
should not be granted, should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7TH day of MAY,
2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that PAUL TOTO OF EAST STREET
SOUTH, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that
any person who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization
should not be granted, should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 7TH day of MAY,
2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MONISKA JEROME OF
POLHEMUS STREET OFF NASSAU STREET, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should send
a written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight
days from the 7TH day of MAY, 2005 to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau,
Bahamas.

PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, HILARY LAMONT
PETERSON, of 14 Maple Drive, Nassau, Bahamas, intend
to change my name to HILLY LAMONT PETERSON. If
there are any objections to this change of name by Deed
Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief Passport
Officer, P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty
(30) days after the date of publication of this notice.


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WHAT'S O N I N AND A ROU N D NASSAU















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M iINW Parties, Nightclubs
r ~ & Restaurants X

Exotic Saturdays @ Fridays Soon Come starts w
ith 3 for $10 drink specials. Admission: $10 before
midnight and $15 after. Ladies free before llpm.

Rave Saturdays @ Club Eclipse. DJ Scoobz spin
ning the best in Old Skool. Admission $35, all incl
usive food and drink.

* Fever @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth St, down-
town, every Friday night. Admission $10 before mi
dnight. First 50 women get free champagne. First 5
0 men get a free Greycliff cigar. Dress to impress.
For VIP reservations call 356-4612.

Cool Runnings is back with a Conscious Par-
ty @ Hard Rock Cafe, Charlotte St North every Fr
iday. Classic reggae style music. Admission $10.

Mellow Moods every Sunday @ Fluid Lounge a
nd Nightclub, Bay St, featuring hits from yester-
day old school reggae and rockers down-
stairs, and golden oldies upstairs. Admission: Free.
Doors open 9pm.

Karaoke Music Mondaze @ Topshotters Sports
Bar. Drink specials all night long, including karao
ke warm-up drink to get you started. Party from 8
pm-until.

Karaoke Nights @ Fluid Lounge and Night-
club. Begins 10pm every Tuesday. Weekly win-
ners selected as Vocalist of the Week $250 cash
prize. Winner selected at end of month from final-
ists cash prize $1,000. Admission $10 with one fr
ee drink.

Reggae Tuesdays @ Bahama Boom. Cover char
ge includes a free Guinness and there should be lo
ts of prizes and surprises. Admission: Ladies $10 a
nd Men $15.

Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters Sports
Bar every Wednesday 5pm-8pm. Free appetiz-
ers and numerous drink specials.

lash Nights @ Club Fluid every Thursday. The
ultimate Ladies Night. Join Nassau's and Mia-
mi Beach's finest men. Ladies only before 11.30p
m with free champagne. Guys allowed after 11.30p
m with $20 cover.

The Pit @ Bahama Boom, every Thursday. Doo
rs open at 9pm, showtime 11.30pm. Cover charge
$15. $10 with flyer.

Fantasy Fridays @ Fluid Lounge, featuring late'
80s music in the VIP Lounge, Top of the Charts in
the Main Lounge, neon lights and Go Go dancers.
Glow sticks for all in before midnight. Admis-
sion: Ladies free before 11pm, $15 after; Guys $20
all night.

Dicky Mo's Fridays @ Cable Beach. Happy Ho
ur 3 for $10 mixed drinks and $1 shots.

Twisted Boodah Lounge @ Cafe Segafre-
do, Charlotte St kicks off early this Friday at 6pm
with deep house to hard house music, featur-
ing CraigBOO, Unkle Funky and Sworl'wide on t
he decks.

Chill Out Sundays @ Coco Loco, Sandyport, fro
m 4pm-until, playing deep, funky chill moods with
world beats.

Sweet Sunday Chill Out Soiree Lounge, every S
unday, 4pm-midnight @ Patio Grille, British Colo-
nial Hotel.

Wet Sundays, every Sunday, noon-mid-
night @ Crystal Cay Beach. Admission $10, ladies
free.

Carib Scene @ Club Fluid every Sunday. A nigh
t of Caribbean, Latin and Reggae flavours for all a
udiences. Latin Flair in the VIP Lounge; Old Scho
ol Reggae and Soca in the Main Lounge. Ladies in
free before 11pm. $10 after llpm. Men, $15 cov-
er charge.


TooLooSe @ Indigo Restaurant on West Bay St
and Skyline Drive. Singer/songwriter Steven Hold
en performs solo with special guests on Thurs-
day from 9pm midnight.

The Graham Holden Deal @ The Green Par-
rot....David Graham, Steve Holden, Tim Deal and
Friends perform Sunday, 7pm 10pm @ Hurri-
cane Hole on Paradise Island.

Jay Mitchell and Hot KC @ Palm Court Lounge
, British Colonial Hilton, Wednesday-Thurs-
day 8pm-12am.
Sunday Night Interlude @ Briteley's Restau-
rant & Lounge, Eneas St off Poinciana Drive. Fea-
turing Frankie Victory at the key board in the Aft
er Dark Room every Sunday, 8.30pm to mid-
night. Fine food and drinks.

Paul Hanna, Tabatha and Gernie, and the Carib
bean Express perform at Traveller's Rest, West B
ay St, every Sunday, 6.30pm-9.30pm.


The Arts ili

Bond, an exhibition of recent works by m
other and son artists Sue Bennett-Williams
and Jason Bennett will run this month at Po
postudios Gallery in Chippingham. The exh
ibition features paintings, mixed media and
ceramics.
Talking Canvases, a solo exhibition by art


The National Collection @ the National Art,
Gallery of the Bahamas, an exhibition that take
s the viewer on a journey through the histo-
ry of fine art in the Bahamas. It features signa-
ture pieces from the national collection, includ-
ing recent acquisitions by Blue Curry, Anto-
nius Roberts and Dionne Benjamin-Smith. Gall
ery hours, Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm. Call 3
28-5800 to book tours.

Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn Davies
Collection @ the National Art Gallery of the Bah
amas, Villa Doyle, West and West Hill Streets. Th
e exhibition is part of the NAGB's Collector's Seri
es. Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm.
Call 328-5800 to book tours.

The Awakening Landscape: The Nassau Wat
ercolours of Gaspard Le Marchand Tupper, fro
m the collection of Orjan and Amanda Lin-
droth @ the National Art Gallery of the Baham
as. The mid-nineteenth century paintings that m
ake up the exhibition are part of one of the ear-
liest suites of paintings of Nassau and its envi-
rons.
Tupper was a British military officer sta-
tioned at Fort Charlotte in the 1850s. The works
show a pre-modern Bahamas through the decid
ely British medium of watercolour. Gallery hou
rs, Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm. Call 328-5800
to book tours.

*ME NE Health


Headquarters at East Terrace, Centreville. Call 32
3-4482 for more info.

MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Bahamas meets the
third Monday every month, 6pm @ Doctors Hos-
pital conference room.

The Bahamas Diabetic Association meets every
third Saturday, 2.30pm (except August and
December) @ the Nursing School, Grosvenor
Close, Shirley Street.

Doctors Hospital, the official training centre
of the American Heart Association offers CPR
classes certified by the AHA. The course defines
the warning signs of respiratory arrest and gives
prevention strategies to avoid sudden death syn-
drome and the most common serious injuries and
choking that can occur in adults, infants and chil-
dren. CPR and First Aid classes are offered every
third Saturday of the month from 9am-lpm. Con-
tact a Doctors Hospital Community Training Rep-
resentative at 302-4732 for more information and
learn to save a life today.

REACH Resources & Education for
Autism and related Challenges meets from
7pm 9pm the second Thursday of each month
in the cafeteria of the BEC building, Blue Hill
Road.

--1ll in : Civic Clubs M


Toastmasters Club 1905 meets Tuesday, 7.30pm
@ BEC Cafe, Tucker Rd. Club 9477 meets Friday,
7pm @ Bahamas Baptist Community College Rm
A19, Jean St. Club 3956 meets Thursday, 7.30pm
@ British Colonial Hilton. Club 1600 meets Thurs-
day, 8.30pm @ SuperClubs Breezes. Club 7178
meets Tuesday, 6pm @ The J Whitney Pinder
Building, Collins Ave. Club 2437 meets every
second, fourth and fifth Wednesday at the J Whit-
ney Pinder Building, Collins Ave at 6pm. Club
612315 meets Monday 6pm @ Wyndham Nassau
Resort, Cable Beach. Club 753494 meets every
Wednesday, 6pm-8pm in the Solomon's Build-
ing, East-West Highway. All are welcome.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Eta Psi Omega
chapter meets every second Tuesday, 6.30pm @
the Eleuthera Room in the Wyndham Nassau
Resort, Cable Beach.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity meets every first
Tuesday, 7pm @ Gaylord's Restaurant,
Dowdeswell St. Please call 502-4842/377-4589 for
more info.

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity meets every second
Tuesday, 6.30pm @ Atlantic House, IBM Office,
4th floor meeting room.

The Nassau, Bahamas Pan-Hellenic Council
(NPHC) meets every third Monday of the month
in the Board Room of the British Colonial Hilton
Hotel, Bay St.

Nassau Council 10415 Knights of Columbus
meets the second and fourth Wednesday of the
month, 8pm @ St Augustine's Monestary.

Nassau Bahamas Koinonia meets every sec-
ond Friday of each month, 7.30pm at Emmaus
Centre at St Augustine's Monestary. For more
info call 325-1947 after 4pm.

International Association of Administrative
Professionals, Bahamas Chapter meets the third
Thursday of every month @ Superclubs Breezes,
Cable Beach, 6pm.

AMISTAD, a Spanish club meets the third Fri-
day of the month at COB's Tourism Training
Centre at 7pm in Room 144 during the academic
year. The group promotes the Spanish language
and culture in the community.


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HALL (1999, Drama) Glenn Close. Jacob's dying father re- Corbin Bemsen. Premiere. A judge accepts custody of a troubled teen.
turns to make peace with his son. (CC) (CC)
Sensible Chic Love It or Lose Rooms That Designer Finals My Parents' Changing neat "Room of
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(:00) A Field of Dreams Highlights from the annual Will & Grace Will & Grace Will Friends Phoebe Everybody
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LIFE Kems, Christine Elise. An unhappy mother plots mur- Hayden Panettiere, Colm Feore. A con artist goes on the run with her
der after playing matchmaker. (CC) daughter. (CC)
MSNBC (:00 MSNBC In- MSNBC Investigates: Vegas Trau- MSNBC Reports "Las Vegas: American Boom Town" The history and fu-
IIS eatgtes ma ture of Las Vegas.
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SPE DU Edge From Catalunya, Spain. Lonesome Pine Raceway in Coebum, Va. (Taped)
(:00) The Coral In Touch (CC) Hour of Power (CC) Billy Graham Classic Crusades
T8N Ridge Hour (CC)
(:00) MLB Baseball Houston Astros at Atlanta Braves. From Turner Field in Atlanta. (Live) *** BACK TO THE FUTURE
TBS (CC) PART III (1990) (PA)Michael J. Fox,
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TNT (cc) (CC)
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tims Unit abusing a child. (CC)
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WGN Summer Get- Rip Torn. An air traffic controller takes his family to Florida. (CC) (CC)
aways n (CC)
(6:00) MLB Baseball New York Mets at Milwaukee Brewers. From Miller Park in Milwaukee, WB11 News at Ten Weekend
WPIX (Live) Edition With Peter Thornae and
Mary Murphy (CC)
Jeopardyl (N) Star Trek: Enterprise "Demons" America's Next Top Model The Star Trek: Enterprise "Demons"
WSBK (CC) Archer and the crew uncover a plot Girl Who Flops in the Mud" a (CC) Archer and the crew uncover a plot
by a radical anti-alien group. by a radical anti-alien group.

(6:15) A, IRON ** THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK (2004, Science Fiction) Vin *** THE LAST SAMURAI
H BO-E EAGLE IV (1995) Diesel, Colm Feore, Thandie Newton. Premiere. A fugitive fights an invad- (2003, Adventure) Tom Cruise, Ken
'PG-13' ing ruler and his army. n 'PG-13' (CC) Watanabe. n 'R' (CC)
THE HAND Deadwood "Amalgamation and Six Feet Under "Coming and Go- Real Time Actor Michael McKean.
HBO-P THAT ROCKS Capital" Wolcott interrupts the inter- ing" Nate and Brendatake Maya on A (CC)
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*4 ENVY (2004, Comedy) Ben Stiller, Jack Black, C.15) IRON EAGLE IV (1995, Adventure) Louis Gossett Jr., Jason
HBO-W Rachel Weisz. A man becomes jealous of his wealthy Cadleux, Al Waxman. Chappy and friends must stop a covert plot to at-
friend. 0 'PG-13' (CC) tack Cuba. 0'PG-13' (CC)
(:00) * THAT THING YOU DOI (1996, Comedy- * SINGLES (1992, Comedy) Bridget Fonda, (:45) Making
HBO-S Drama) Tom Everett Scott, Liv'Tyler. Small-time rock- Campbell Scott. Romantic crises abound for young Empire Falls ,0
ers hit it big with a catchy single. A 'PG' (CC) adults in Seattle. 0 'PG-13' (CC) (C C)
:45) *s DREAMCATCHER (2003, Horror) Morgan Freeman, Thomas Jane, Jason Lee. ** GARFIELD: THE MOVIE
MAX-E Four telepathic friends encounter malevolent aliens. 'R' (CC) (2004, Comedy) Breckin Meyer.
Premiere. n PG' (CC)
(:00) *** PATRIOT GAMES (1992, Suspense) Har- ** 50 FIRST DATES (2004, Romance-Comedy) (:40) BEDTIME
MOMAX rson Ford, Anne Archer. A former CIA agent is stalked Adam Sandier. A man falls for a woman who has short- STORIES 3
by a vengeful IRA terrorist. 'R' (CC) term memory loss. 0 'PG-13' (CC) (2000) 'NR' (CC)
5 MARCI X (2003, Comedy) Lisa Kudrow, Damon Boxing Jose Luis Castillo vs. Diego Corrales. (iTV) (Live)
SHOW Wayans. iTV Premiere. A woman must deal with a con-
troversial rapper. A 'R' (CC)
(6:15)*** *** PIECES OF APRIL (2003, Comedy-Drama) *** STRICTLY BALLROOM (1992, Musical) Paul
TMC SEX, LIES, AND Katie Holmes. Premiere. A woman invites her es- Mercurio, Tara Morice. A dancer and his new partner
VIDEOTAPE 'R tranged family for Thanksgiving. 0 'PG-13' (CC) prepare for a big contest. 0 'PG' (CC)


SUNDAY EVENING MAY 8, 2005

7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30

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SWFOR N) (CC) Valens investigate a Prohibition mur- Randy Quaid, Rose McGowan. Premiere. Eis Presley gains popularity
der. (N) A (CC) as a rock'n' roll singer. A (CC)
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* WSVN Middle (N) n "Li'l Starmaker." Homer studies Chris'favorte Stan shaves Ha-
(CC) (DVS) (N) the Rapture. (N) teacher quits. ley's hair. (N)
(:00) America's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Desperate Housewives Lynette (:02) Grey's Anatomy Derek and
9 WPLG Funniest Home A firefighter raising five children gets tries to spice things up when she Meredith try to be discreet after
Videos (N) (CC) a home makeover. (N) fears Tom is losing interest. (N) spending the night together.(N)

:00) Crossing The First 48 Detectives suspect a Family Plots The Family Plots Intervention Tina" A housewife
A&E Jordan (CC) father and son are to blame for a mortuary's first "Cleaning House" with drug and gambling problems.
Couple's murder. (CC) Web site. (CC) (N)(CC)
Extra Time BBC World Dateline London BBC World UK Report BBC World Talking Point
BBCW News News News

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S* ** THE PIANIST (2002, Drama) Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann, Frank Finlay. A CBC News: Sunday Night (CC)
CBC Jewish musician witnesses the horrors of the Holocaust. (CC)
Wall Street Jour- Topic A With Tina Brown Dennis Miller Cover to Cover Host Liz Claman.
CNBC nal Report
(:00 People in CNN Presents "High Stakes: The Larry King Live CNN Sunday Night
CNN the News Battle to Save Our Schools"
* OFFICE SPACE (1999, Comedy) Ron Livingston, Jennifer Aniston, * LITTLE NICKY (2000, Comedy) Adam Sandier,
COM David Herman. A white-collar worker rebels against corporate drudgery. Patricia Arquette, Harvey Keitel. The devil's son goes
(CC) to Earth to find his errant brothers. (CC)
COURIT DESPERATE Psychic Detectives Psychic Detec- Psychic Detec- Psychic Detec- Psychic Detec-
COUR I RESCUE tives tives tives tives
That's So Raven MOTOCROSSED (2001, Adventure) Alana Austin, (:45) Dave the American Drag- The Suite Life of
DISN Raven goes to Mary-Margaret Humes. Ateen takes her injured twin's Barbarian The on: Jake Long Zack & Cody
the spa. place in a motocross race. (CC) Zit" (CC) (CC) (CC)
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FOX-NC (:00) Fox Report War Stories With Oliver North (N) Iran: The Nuclear Threat At Large With Geraldo Rivera
(Live)
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HALL Katherine Heigl, Dale Midkiff. A mysterious traveler Baker, David Conrad. Awoman gives her jailed sister's children a real
woos a pioneer couple's daughter. (CC) Christmas. (CC)
Selling Houses Holmes on Real Renos Buy Me "Cynthia: Hot Property Holmes on Homes "Bungled Bun-
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(CC) Coming (CC) Presents (C
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KTLA fith Show The About You ( About You "Split tells police that he was driving the World Edition" A (CC)
Mayberry Chef (CC) Ends" night Missy died. (CC)
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LIFE Van, Sam Howard. A woman must contend with her girl with mental illness get into a rushedto the hospital after her Hal-
child's death at Columbine. (CC) state-funded facility. (CC) loween costume catches fire.
M C (:00) MSNBC Re- MSNBC Reports "Searching for MSNBC Reports Probing a plot to Meet the Press (CC)
MSN ports Allen" A filmmaker vanishes, kill a sheriff.
NICK Unfabulous Zoey101 Romeol "Choic- Full House 0 Full House n Nick at Nite's Search for the
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NTV ordan (N) (CC) "Johnson Family" (N) (CC) the Park With George" (N) n
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TBN (CC) (CC) (CC) of Victory (CC) World(CC)
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TBS (1997) (PA) Jen- rie-Anne Moss. A computer hacker leams his world is a computer simulation. (CC) TRIX (1999)
nifer Lopez. Keanu Reeves.
(:00) Trading. What Not to Wear "Maria" Stacy What Not to Wear "Belinda T."An Amazing American Families (Se-
TLC Spaces: Family and Clinton tone down the loud style art teacher wears black too much. ries Premiere) Parents learn autism
(CC) of Maria. (CC) (N) (CC) runs in the family. (N)
(:00) Law & Or- Law & Order "Encore" A sleazy Law & Order "Rebels" A biker Web- Law & Order "Hot Pursuit Briscoe
TNT dr Coma" nightclub owner is suspected of site details the murder of a universi- and Curtis capture a couple on a
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T O Hi Hi Puffy Ami Totally Spies Atomic Betty Cartoon Cartoon's Greatest Hits Teen Titans Duck Dodgers
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(:00) La Parodia POBRE, PERO HONRADA (1973, Comedia) Maria Elena Velasco, Fer- Ver Para Creer
UNIV LosTigres del nando Soler, Norma Lazareno. La india Maria prepara y vende un breba-
Norte. e curativo.
* ABOUT A * MEET THE PARENTS (2000, Comedy) Robert De Niro, Ben Kojak Bombings in Kojak's precinct
USA BOY (2002) Stiller, Teri Polo. A man spends a disastrous weekend with his lover's might be linked to a jazz singer's
Hugh Grant. family. (CC) stalker. (N) (CC)
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WG N ment "Birth of a Scott, Ray Winstone. A plan to kill a Russian mobster spins out of control. Nine n (CC) play 0 (CC)
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W PIX 0 (CC) demon Vicus tnes to convert Wyatt lenge (N) 0 (CC) Edition With Peter Thorne and
to evil. (N) 0 (CC) Mary Murphy (CC)
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WSBK "An Eric Forman The detectives hunt for a possible "All for Our Country" Murder sus- Week
Christmas" serial killer. n (CC) (DVS) pects are found shot to death.

(:15) **x CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN (2003, Come- Deadwood "Advances, None Mirac- Entourage Vince Entourage Vince
HBO-E dy) Steve Martin. A man must handle the chaos sur- ulous" Cochran delivers a dire prog- appears on a talk plans a group
rounding his 12 children. n 'PG' (CC) nosis. (N) 0 (CC) show. date. 0
Kingdom of I** STARSKY & HUTCH (2004, Comedy) Ben (:45) Chris Rock: Never Scared The comic performs
HBO-P Heaven: HBO Stiller, Owen Wilson, Snoop Dogg. Two detectives in- material from The Black Ambition Tour" at Constitution
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(6:30) ** HYS- (:15) Making ** WITH HONORS (1994, Comedy-Drama) Joe (:15) **x CHEAPER BY THE
HBO-W TERICAL Empre Falls 0 Pesci, Brendan Fraser. A homeless man finds a Har- DOZEN (2003, Comedy) Steve Mar-
BLINDNESS (CC) vard student's thesis. 0 'PG-13' (CC) tin. 'PG' (CC)
(6:45) *** EMMA (1996, Comedy) Gwyneth Pal- *** DINNER WITH FRIENDS (2001, Comedy-Dra- (:45) One Flight
H BO-S trow, Jeremy Northam. A young woman's romantic ma) Dennis Quaid. A couple look at their own relation- Stand (CC)
meddlings prove disastrous. N 'PG' (CC) ship as friends split. 0 'R' (CC)
(6:15) **A * COMING TO AMERICA (1988, Comedy) Eddie Murphy, Arsenio * UNDERWORLD (2003, Honor)
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LOVE (2003) 'R' (CC) 0, 'R'(CC)
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Live action/animated. 0 'PG' (CC) launch their nukes. n 'R' (CC)
(6:15) *% BOAT ** PAYCHECK (2003, Science Fiction) Ben Affleck, Aaron Eckhart, The L Word "L-Chaim" (iTV) Bette
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Aaron Eckhart. lover's killer. 0 'R' (CC) Willem Dafoe. 0 'R' (CC)







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