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Title: The Tribune
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Place of Publication: Nassau Bahamas
Publication Date: May 21, 2005
Copyright Date: 2005
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Accident brings


death toll to 24


* By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
A GRUESOME traffic acci-
dent on the airport road has left
three people dead, bringing the
total killed so far this year to
24.
A blue and white Mack pan-
dum dump truck, of Island
SPLvers, was travelling east on
John F iKennedy Drive when it
collided with a red Sentra trav-
elling west.
Witnesses said the Sentra was
overtaking a number of cars
when the crash occurred. The
Sentra swerved right to avoid
the truck. However, it is
claimed the truck swerved left
and rammed the Sentra, which
was severely damaged by the
impact.
;When The Tribune arrived at
the scene shortly before 9am,
rescue workers were working
frantically to free passengers
from the car. There was no sign
of the truck driver, who report-
edly had left the scene.
For 45 minutes five ambu-
lances were on standby as the
jaws of life were used by res-
cue workers to cut away pieces
'of metal that had literally cre-
ated a prison around the Sen-
tra's passengers.
However, the grim reality
of the situation was revealed
when the ambulances packed
up their equipment and left the
scene.
Shortly after that, a team of
cars from Butlers Funeral
Home arrived to carry away the


bodies, once they had been cut
away.
The driver, 25-year-old Clin-
to Lewis Grant Jr, front seat
passenger Carla Dericka
Bethel, 36, and rear seat pas-
senger Paulette Vilneus Davis,
36, died at the scene.
The collision was so powerful
that the back tyres of the Sentra
and the spare in the trunk had
blown.
Chief Inspector Walter Evans
said an all points bulletin had
been issued for the truck dri-
ver, who they suspected was
somewhere in the Wellfields
area.
Officer in charge of police
road traffic Burkie Wright said
he doesn't want to say that the
driver had "fled" the scene as
yet, but did mention that leav-
ing the scene of an accident is a
criminal offence.
"Leaving the scene is an
offence, but I don't want to say
that he has fled just as yet.
Looking at the dump truck's
cabin, it is highly unlikely that
he didn't receive any injuries as
well. So right now we are
searching the hospitals and clin-
ics to try and identify the dri-
ver," he said.
Officers could not tell off-
hand if the Sentra was a right-
hand or left-hand drive car as
the wheel was awkwardly posi-
tioned in the middle of what
was left of the dashboard.
Chief Inspector Evans said
the truck driver is believed to be
a Jamaican with the last name
"Wenger".


Woman is charged


with the murder


of 23-year-old


* CAROLINE Pinder is
escorted to court


BY NATARIO
McKENZIE
A 26-YEAR-OLD
woman was charged in
magistrate's court yes-
terday with murder.
Caroline Pinder, of
Glendale Subdivision,
appeared before magis-
trate Renee Mcquay
charged with the mur-
der of 23-year-old
Tyronne Babbs.
According to court
dockets, Pinder is
accused of intentional-
ly causing the death of
Tyronne Babbs on
Wednesday, May 18,
"by means of unlawful
harm".


Police reports claim
that Babbs, after return-
ing to his Glendale Sub-
division home following
a game of pool, was
stabbed multiple times
about his body.
When police arrived
at the scene they dis-
covered Babbs' body
fully-clothed lying in a
pool of blood.
Pinder, who was rep-
resented by lawyer
Ramona Farquharson,
was not required to
enter a plea. She was
denied bail and
remanded to Fox Hill
Prison. A preliminary
inquiry is set for August
9.


N EMERGENCY services were called to the scene of the accident, where passengers
had to be cut free from the wreckage
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)


Missing mother's


sister vanishes


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT -A police inves-
tigation into a report of a miss-
ing mother has taken a mysteri-
ous turn as the woman's sister
in Holmes Rock, who reported
her missing, has now disap-
peared.
Chief Supt Basil Rahming
said police are now encounter-
ing difficulties locating Nicole
Pinder, who told officers her sis-
ter disappeared on May 10 and
has not returned to care for her
two-week-old baby.
He said officers of the Central
Detective Unit have been work-
ing the tase since May 17 when
the missing person's report was
filed at Eight Mile Rock police
station.
Mr Rahming said the baby is
now in the care of the Depart-
ment of Social Services.
According to reports, Pinder
told police that her sister, Ros-
nell Russell of Moore's Island,


Abaco, moved in with her on
May 2 or 3 with her baby, Jas-
mine. She agreed to allow her
sister to stay until she got on
her feet.
Ms Pinder told police that
Rosnell left home around 9am
on May 10 to keep a doctor's
appointment, leaving the baby
with her. She said her sister nev-
er returned.
During their investigations,
Mr Rahming said police con-
tacted the officer in charge at
Moore's Island. Extensive
inquiries were made through-
out community, but no-one has
any knowledge of Ms Rosnell
Russell, 23, being a resident of
that island.
Following this development,
Mr Rahming said police are
unable to locate Ms Pinder, who
seems to have disappeared.
There had been reports that
Ms Pinder was an employee
at Xanadu Beach Resort and
SEE page eleven


THE Court of Appeal has overturned
the decision of Justice Hugh Small, who
ruled last year that Samuel "Ninety"
Knowles could not receive a fair trial in
the United States.
Justices Sawyer, Churaman and Gari-
patsingh ruled that Justice Small did not
have the jurisdiction to hear the matter.
Edward Fitzgerald, QC, argued that his
client, Knowles, could not receive a fair
trial in the United States, where he is
wanted for extradition.
Mr Fitzgerald said that because his
client was listed on a White House web-
site as one of seven narcotics kingpins,
and was classed with the likes of Saddam
Hussein, he could not receive a fair trial in
the US.
Justice Small in June, 2004, handed
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* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
DESPITE reports in local tabloids,
Prime Minister Perry Christie did not suf-
fer a second stroke, neurologist Dr
Charles Rahming said yesterday.
His convalescence at home has been
"uneventful and without complications,"
according to the specialist.
At a press briefing yesterday, it was
reported that Mr Christie had progres-
sively improved and his recovery had been
"remarkable."
"He is back to normal now. I cannot
find any deficits in the prime minister at
this time. There was no poiat in time
when he had any second stroke. Also,
there was no time when he had any dete-
rioration since he has gone home," said
Dr Rahming.
Mr Christie was released from Princess
Margaret Hospital on May 7 to continue
recuperating at home, following the slight
stroke he suffered a few days earlier.
Dr Perry Gomez, Mr Christie's per-
sonal physician, said the prime minister
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Short circuit is named as





cause of fire at air terminal


* By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

AN electrical short circuit has been confirmed
as the cause of the fire at the Moss Town inter-
national air terminal in Exuma.
A police and fire team from New Providence
flew in to investigate the blaze, and has ruled
out foul play.
"The investigations have been concluded and
the cause of the blaze has been attributed to an
electrical shortage," said Chief Inspector Walter
Evans.
Two architects from the Ministry of Transport
and Aviation are in Exuma to survey the site of
the old terminal.
This team will make recommendations to the
ministry on its immediate options to facilitate
the airport's customs and immigration needs,
and those of its international guests.
Minister of Aviation,.and Transport Glenys
Hanna-Martin said immediate steps have been
taken to ensure that international flights coming
into Exuma will experience no delay or disrup-
tion.
"Temporary measures have been put in place
to ensure that customs and immigration services
will be intact. In addition a short-term temporary
measure, which was agreed on the ground, will be
implemented which we hope will be only for a
few days," she said.
Mrs Hanna-Martin said the domestic section of
the terminal, which is also used for screening of
international passengers, was not affected by the
fire.
"Security is in no way compromised. Therefore
international travel to Exuma has not been
impacted in terms of security issues by this fire,"
Mrs Hanna-Martin said.
Civil aviation experts said they are looking at
using temporary awnings for processing passen-
gers and luggage at the airport.
Moss Town international airport is the fourth
busiest in the Bahamas. Over the weekend the
Four Seasons Hotel at Emerald Bay is expecting
more than 700 incoming guests.


Ministry of Tourism's Grand design for New York


N ONE of the billboards which currently dominate Grand Central Station in New York


A REVOLUTIONARY Bahamas advertis-
ing campaign is currently dominating New
York's Grand Central Station.
The groundbreaking effort the first of its kind


- is being spearheaded by the Ministry of Tourism
and a high profile New York advertising firm.
Every day for two months, the campaign will
be seen by the more than half a million potential


tourists who pass through the Grand Central
North Passage.
See The Tribune on Monday for a full report
and colour photo spread.


Former head of Imperial


Life 'new Colina president'


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COLINA Insurance Compa-
S* ny was last night said to have
hted Material named Imperial Life Financial's
former head, Canadian Guy
ted Content Richard, to replace ousted pres-
rnercial News Providers" ident Jimmy Campbell, with the
company mulling over whether
S - to drop the 'Colina' name and
replace it with that of Imperial
Life.
Sources close to the issue said
- other former Imperial Life
executives who had faced being
* displaced following the compa-
-* ny's $22-$25 million acquisition
S- by Colina Insurance Company,
Michael Cunningham and Kei-
th Major, were being brought
back to join.Mr Richard as vice-
art-Time, Qualified, Experienced president and general manager
instructors to Teach The Following: respectively.
There was little surprise in
s a Foreign Language). the insurance and business com-
.. .. amunity that Mr Campbell was


Italian
German


The Director ILR/ Grosvenor Academy P.O.Box
SS-19823 Nassau, Bahamas e-mail: ilr@batelnet.bs


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ousted at yesterday's extraor-
dinary general meeting (EGM)
of shareholders in Colina Hold-
ings, Colina Insurance Compa-
ny's parent company.
The removal of Mr Campbell
followed his bitter dispute with
former colleagues and share-
holders in Colina Financial
Group, Emanuel Alexiou and
Anthony Ferguson.
The Colina Financial Group
controls Colina Insurance Com-
pany through a 67 per cent
shareholding in its Colina Hold-
ings parent.
Together, Mr Alexiou and
Mr Ferguson control a majority
stake in Colina Financial
Group, enough to ensure Mr
Campbell's removal.

Purge
Sources said that a purge of
Colina Insurance Company
executives had begun almost
immediately after yesterday's
9am EGM and a subsequent'
board of directors meeting at
10.30am.


Pricing Information As Of: F
19 Ma 2005

52wk-HI, 52wk-Low Symbol Previous Close Today's Close Change Dally Vol. EPS $ Div $ P/E Yield
1.20 0.95 Abaco Markets 0.95 0.95 0.00 -0.208 0.000 N/M 0.00%
8.50 8.00 Bahamas Property Fund 8.50 8.50 0.00 1.328 0.320 6.4 3.76%
6.32 5.55 Bank of Bahamas 6.32 6.32 0.00 1,000 0.152 0.330 11.6 5.23%
0.85 0.82 Benchmark 0.85 0.85 0.00 0.187 0.000 4.5 0.00%
1.80 1.40 Bahamas Waste 1.50 1.50 0.00 0.122 0.000 12.3 0.00%
1.05 0.87 Fidelity Bank 1.05 1.05 0.00 0.007 0.040 14.2 3.81%
8.50 6.76 Cable Bahamas 8.32 8.50 0.18 4,000 0.589 0.240 14.4 2.82%
2.20 1.54 Colina Holdings 2.20 2.20 0.00 2,461 0.259 0.060 8.5 2.73%
8.49 6.75 Commonwealth Bank 8.49 8.49 0.00 0.673 0.410 12.6 4.83%
1.79 0.39 Doctor's Hospital 1.79 1.79 0.00 400 0.452 0.000 4.0 0.00%
4.02 3.40 Famguard 4.02 4.02 0.00 0.406 0.240 9.9 5.97%
10.46 8.50 FInco 10.46 10.46 0.00 0.662 0.490 15.8 4.68%
8.46 6.60 FirstCaribbean 8.46 8.46 0.00 0.591 0.330 14.3 3.90%
8.60 8.31 Focol 8.35 8.35 0.00 0.710 0.500 11.7 5.99%
1.99 1.27 Freeport Concrete 1.27 1.27 0.00 0.082 0.000 15.5 0.00%
10.38 9.50 ICD Utilities 9.60 9.60 0.00 1.100 0.818 0.405 11.7 4.20%
8.25 8.10 J. S. Johnson 8.22 8.22 0.00 0.561 0.550 14.7 6.81%
6.69 4.36 Kerzner International BDRs 6.08 6.11 0.03 0.184 0.000 33.0 0.00%
10.00 10.00 Premier Real Estate 10.00 .0.00 0.00 1.979 0.350 5.1 3.50%
52wk-HI 52wk-Low Symbol Bid $ Ask $ Last Price Weekly Vol. EPS $ Div $ PIE Yield
13.00 12.50 Bahamas Supermarkets 12.25 13.25 11.00 1.488 0.960 9.1 7.25%
10.14 10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref) 10.00 10.35 10.00 0.000 0.800 NM 7.80%
0.60 0.40 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.00 -0.103 0.000 NM 0.00%
43.00 28.00 ABDAB 41.00 43.00 41.00 2.220 0.000 19.4 0.00%
16.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 13.00 14.00 13.00 1.105 0.810 14.6 6.93%
0.60 0.35 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.35 -0.103 0.000 N/M 0.00%
52wk-Hi 52wk-Low Fund Name NAV YTD% Last 12 Months Div $ Yield %
1.2164 1.1609 Colina Money Market Fund 1.216402*
2.2420 1.9423 Fidelity Bahamas G & I Fund 2.2420 ***
10.3539 10.0000 Fidelity Prime Income Fund 10.3539"****
2.2214 2.0941 Colina MSI Preferred Fund 2.221401"
1.0931 1.0320 Colina Bond Fund 1.093141""
RNDJX. CLO 4.0SK / YTD .321% / 2003 14.88%
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX 19 Dec 02 = 1,000.00 YIELD last 12 month dividends divided by closing price
S2wk-HI Highest closing price In last 52 weeks Bid $ Buying price of Colina and Fidelity
52wk-Low Lowest closing price in last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colina and fidelity
Previous Close Previous day's weighted price for daily volume Last Price Last traded over-the-counter price
Today's Close Current day's weighted price for daily volume Weekly Vol. Trading volume of the prior week
Change Change in closing price from day to day EPS $ A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
Dally Vol. Number of total shares traded today NAV Net Asset Value
DIV $ Dividends per share paid in the last 12 months N/M Not Meaningful
P/E Closing price divided by the last 12 month earnings FINDEX The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1, 1994 = 100
- AS AT MAR. 31, 20051" AS AT. FEB. 28, 2005
- AS AT MAR. 24, 2005/ AS AT APR. 30, 2005/ "" AS AT APR. 30, 2005
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It is understood that five
senior officers received termi-
nation notices, with instructions
to return to the company next
week to pick up their benefits
and compensation.
Sources said that on the way
out of Colina Insurance Com-
pany are Michael Adderley,
director of sales and market-
ing; Nadine Bain, the compa-
ny's personnel trainer; Ann
Smith, head of human
resources; Barbara Cartwright,
corporate secretary .and office
manager; and Dario Lundy-
Mortimer, the financial con-
troller.
Mr Lundy-Mortimer is
understood to have quarrelled
with Mr Ferguson over the
investment strategy for Colina
Insurance Company's invest-
ment assets.
Inquisitive shareholders seek-
ing information on the reasons
for the boardroom battle and
Mr Campbell's ousting received
"no answers" at yesterday's
EGM, with Mr Alexiou and Mr
Ferguson declining to talk about
the matter.
The EGM also removed Ravi
Jesubatham, Colina Financial
Group's: chief financial officer,
from the Colina Holdings
Board, even though he had
resigned the latter position as
a director on April 11.
Three new directors were
appointed to Colina Holdings'
Board Zhivargo Laing, the
former FNM MP and minister
of economic development;
Deloitte and Touche partner
MacGregor Robertson, and
Ednol Farquharson.


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SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2005, PAGE 3


CSME is 'poorly thought





out', says pressure group


* By KARAN MINNIS

THE whole CSME concept is either
poorly conceptualised or deliberately
deceitful, says Paul Moss, chairman of
BARF, at a town meeting on Thursday
night.
The CSME "is seeking to have ulti-
mately one nation, with one court and to
give binding rulings on countries that
have their own court system that's why
I say it is poorly conceptualised," said Mr
Moss.
Over the past two or three years,
BARF has been seeking to highlight the
dangers of CSME, WTO and FTAA. By
studying these arrangements, members
have found they are "basically of the same
in nature."
"Contrary to what Minister Fred
Mitchell and High Commissioner Archer
have said, that the CSME is no big deal
and that nothing will change if we (The
Bahamas) sign on, and that opponents
are prejudiced against other parts of the
Caribbean, I want to tell you tonight that
I have great love and respect for my
brothers and sisters in the Caribbean and
that the CSME is a big deal," said Mr.
Moss.
He said that even though Mr Mitchell
said the Bahamas would have reserva-
tions concerning the free movement of
people, the movement would not with-
stand such reservations.

Restriction

He supported this by pointing to Arti-
cle 32 which, he said, "prohibits any lawv
or policy that the Bahamas may have
which is designed to restrict nationals of
member states from creating and man-


aging economic enterprises."
"This means that while you may have a
reservation, you cannot exclude or restrict
any citizen (of a member state) from set-
ting up shop to compete with those of
you who are in the business. This to me
seems like free movement, but it is called
the right of establishment," said Mr Moss.
Speaking on the "so-called reservation"
of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ),
Mr Moss said there is no reservation.
"The proponents now admit that
should we join CSME, we will be sub-
jected to the CCJ since it has original
jurisdiction for the agreement," said Mr
Moss.
He added that the reservation is in
respect of the appellate arm of the CCJ
and upon joining the CSME the Privy
Council will serve as the final appellate
court.

Appeal

Mr Moss explained that, in order to
have the CCJ as the final appellate court,
parliament would have to have either
two-thirds of the majority agreeing to
have the CCJ serve as such or initiate a
referendum to decide if the CCJ should
decide matters on a final appeal instead of
the Privy Council.
"Parliament has done neither. There-
fore, it is a wrong characterisation that
we (the Bahamas) have a reservation (on
this matter)," said Mr Moss.
In conclusion, Mr Moss said: "Ladies
and gentlemen, at the end of the day the
CSME is a matter for you to decide."
The town meeting was held in St Bene-
dict's Hall of St Francis Xavier Cathe-
dral on West Hill Street and was broad-
cast on Love 97.


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* ATTORNEY Paul Moss, speaking at the Love 97 town meeting on the
CSME last night.
(Photo: Franklyn G. Ferguson)


Hundreds of residents attend meeting



as developer attempts reconciliation


* By KILAH ROLLE
Tribune Staff Reporter

HUNDREDS of Cable
Beach residents attended a
meeting last night to learn the
facts about the proposed Baha
Mar casino resort development.
Baha Mar Development
Company Ltd has taken over
the operation of the Radisson
Cable Beach Resort, the Nassau
Beach Hotel, and the Wynd-
ham Nassau Resort and Crystal
Palace Casino. The three hotels
will now be known as 'The
Cable Beach Resorts'.
Last night's meeting was the
first of many to be held for the
people of Cable Beach, accord-
ing to the MP for Delaporte and
Minister of Youth, Sports and
Culture, Mr Neville Wisdom.
Mr Wisdom said The Com-
munity Development Associa-
tion of Delaporte asked that
developers of Baha Mar con-
tinually consult'with the esti-
mated 10,000 Delaporte con-
stituents as they prepare to re-
arrange the infrastructure of the
Cable Beach strip.


The $1.2 billion first phase,
scheduled to begin in 2007, calls
for moving the three hotels for
more beach space, re-routing
the existing roads and relocating
several buildings on the Cable
Beach strip.
Renovations, valued at $15
million, have already begun to
the properties and over the
course of the year will include a
full renovation of the casino,
enhancements to landscaping,
lobby improvements, 675 new-
ly-decorated rooms, and restau-
rant and meetings facility
upgrades. Operational and staff
training plans are also sched-
uled.

Concerns

Mr Wisdom said his con-
stituents had concerns about the
development and said he felt
the meeting was needed to quell
some fears caused by lack of
information.
These focused on proposed
changes to Radisson's golf
course, the environmental


impact on their community,
how the project may infringe
upon personal property and
how it may affect access to
Cable Beach.
Robert Heller, president and
chief financial officer, said it
was his duty to expel some of
the myths that many people
believe about the Baha Mar
development, and last night
reassured people in Cable
Beach that they will not be
inconvenienced.
He said West Bay Street will
not be re-routed on to Skyline
Drive, but instead will be re-
routed around and through the
Hobby Horse Hall property.
I He aded that the area in front
of The Cable Beach Resorts,
upon which many Bahamians
take exercise, will be land-
scaped to make it "even more
beautiful than it is today, with
added jogging paths and a park-
like feel."
"It will be safer because
employees and guests will no
longer have to cross West Bay
to come into the hotel," added
Mr Heller.


Mr Heller said his company
will ensure that the Gladstone
Road project is completed and,
after completion, connect the
extension to West Bay Street
for easy transit between West
Bay Street and John F Kennedy.
He said the concept of a gat-
ed community does not apply
to Baha Mar's design concept.
He said that will be evident
from the number of restaurants


and shops which will be open
to the public.
"We want you all there," he
said, "that is how we make
money and how we are suc-
cessful."
"This is just the first step,"
he added, "and it is a part of
several meetings to keep the
residents who will be most
impacted about the develop-
ment informed and educated."


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A real estate broker in Nas-
sau is suing an actress for more
than $20,000 for alleged failure
to pay rent and other expenses,
according to international press
reports.
James Dingman is claiming STAR
$18,000 in unpaid rent for the STAR V
rental property and another Ium pI
$2,500 in expenses for a party UNLEA
he alleges 22-year-old Anne MONS
Hathaway and her boyfriend KICKIN
held at Old Fort Bay Club.
According to the reports, Mr MINDH
Dingman said Ms Hathaway, HOUSE
well-known for her role in the KINGD
Princess Diaries movies, repeat- CRASH
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money.
A representative for Ms
Hathaway stated: "This guy is STA
using her name for publicity. MON
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EDITOR, The Tribune

AN appropriate follow-up to
my last Letter dealing with
racism occurred on May 8. This
past Sunday, Bahamians like
people almost everywhere cel-
ebrated that special day set
aside for mothers in apprecia-
tion for their undying love and
sacrifice on behalf of the family.
This day is especially signifi-
cant for Bahamians as accord-
ing to the Department of Social
Services, at least 70 per cent of
the households in the Bahamas
are headed by mothers.
Bahamian communities and
institutions spare no effort when
it comes to honouring Bahami-
an mothers. From the church
to civic and political associa-
tions, Bahamian mothers are
given their well-deserved recog-
nition.
For my family, it was moth-
er's day as usual. My children
made their mother breakfast in
bed and presented her with a
bouquet of flowers. Afterwards,
we attended church service as
we do every Sunday, but this
day emphasis was placed on the
role of the mother.
Along with my in-laws, after
the service we attended brunch
at one of our favourite eater-
ies, Chou Chow's, a famous
Chinese restaurant in the heart
of Chinatown famous for its
Dim Sum here in Boston. I was
prepared to spend the rest of
the day at home relaxing with
my family, but in my life with
my involvement in human
rights, things can change in an
instant.
It just so happens that May 8
was being observed for another
purpose other than Mother's
Day. Sixty years ago on this
date, a relieved President Har-
ry Truman addressed a jubilant
nation with the announcement
of the unconditional surrender
of Nazi Germany and that the
flag of freedom was now flying
over a freed Europe. From Lon-
don to Moscow, activities com-
memorating this historical event
were being observed. This was
the end of the bloodiest conflict
that the world has ever seen.
At least 60 million people
died and the world witnessed
an extreme racist attempt to
eradicate a group of people
because of their race in Adolf
Hitler's final solution against
the Jewish people. President
George Bush attended a num-
ber of these events in Europe,
including a visit to the Ameri-
can cemetery at Mastricht, Hol-
land. He informed the world
that since the end of World War
II, democracy around the world
was on the march.
For the people of Boston, this
day was a somber and solemn
one. With overcast skies and a
light rain all day, the dreary
atmosphere added to the sad-
ness of a special event that day.
Because of the significance of
the event, there was an air of
anticipation. The main event
planned was the dedication of
the Shoah Holocaust Memorial,
a symbolic reminder that


marked the 60th anniversary of
the liberation of the German
death camps in which untold
millions perished.
Despite the emotionally
charged atmosphere with for-
mer inmates of the death camps
experiencing flashbacks, a
group of sick and demented
social misfits made their inten-
tion to disrupt the ceremonies
absolutely clear. This group fea-
tured a combination of Klu
Klux Klans, neo-Nazis and
white supremacists from
Arkansas, who called them-
selves the White Revolution.
A concerned Boston mayor
Tom Menino immediately
issued a statement that no effort
will be spared to maintain law
and order at this event. To
prove his point, I was stunned
and taken aback when I
observed the level of prepara-
tion for this event. The venue
was nothing short of a police
camp with a tremendous dis-
play of police might.
I can't recall ever seeing so
many police officers in such a
small area. Scores of squad cars,
motorcycles, troopers on horse-
back, on their feet and God
knows how many were under
cover. Then the doors of City
Hall opened and an army of riot
police in full gear with their long
batons that made them look like
the robots in a Star Wars movie
came out and took their strate-
gic positions.
They were like my favourite
flashlight battery, "Eveready".
Massachusetts Governor Mitt
Romney demanded that these
low lives slither away from
whence they had come and
crawl back under the rock from
which they had escaped. This
kind of indecent, immoral and
unchristian behaviour must riot
be tolerated. Regrettably, with
the constitutional right of free
speech, these creatures had a
right to promote their philoso-
phy of hate and venom. What
manner of men are these? How
can someone created in the
image of God be so evil? With
their chants of "Death to blacks,
Death to Jews, Nuke Israel,
etc", these individuals made it
quite clear that the Holocaust
and the African slave trade was
justified.
How can anyone in this day
and age have such a deviant
opinion of race relations in the
world today? Haven't they
heard of Dr Martin Luther
King's dream? They were a
scary reminder and a reincar-
nation of Hitler's Nazi Youth
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their evil doings, these people
and their kind are the devil
philosophers that Bob Marley
so often alluded to who try to
corrupt your mind with destruc-
tion of your soul.
They are descendants of
those referred to in the book of
Psalms that took our people
captive to the city of Babylon.
How can anyone on such a
solemn occasion make such
blasphemous remarks by even
denying the Holocaust? Yet, we
continue to see holocausts
around the world. Just look at
what happened in Cambodia,
in Serbia, in Rwanda, etc,
because of morons such as these
idiots.
Or, just look at what is hap-
pening in the Sudan today. How
can one group of people deter-
mine the destiny or elimination
of another without their partic-
ipation? And yet some of these
evil people claim to do it in the
name of God!
They are free to spread their
campaign of hate like a cancer.
Everyone knows that the best
treatment for cancer is early
detection so that it can be
nipped in fhe bud. Fortunately
for this group of degenerates,
to protect their constitutional
rights of freedom of expression,
they were protected by an
impenetrable barrier of police
with armour, who were well
prepared for any contingency.
If there was one positive
development out of all this, was
the fact that those who wit-
nessed such evil mischief
increased their resolve to be
more vigilant in the fight against
racism. Never again must the
world experience another geno-
cide or a particular race claim
superiority. The philosophy of
one race being superior and
another inferior must be totally
discredited and abandoned.
Any government and democ-
ratic institution has a moral duty
to protect all of its citizens from
this unnecessary'vil. That's
why one can't help but to
admire a great man such as Nel-
son Mandela who upon being
given his freedom after 27 years
of imprisonment proclaimed
that "I do not want to live in a
country governed by whites. or
blacks. I want to live in a coun-
try where the government is
democratically elected." This
helps to explain why so many
decent and fair-minded
Bahamians were disgustingly
outraged when Minister Leslie
Miller made his racist remarks
towards Sam Duncombe. There
must be zero tolerance for such
foolishness!

DR LEATENDORE
PERCENTIE, DDS
Boston, Massachusetts
May 10 2005


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* By CARA BRENNEN
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HURRICANE Adrian was downgraded to a trop-
ical storm after slamming into El Salvador and dump-
ing heavy rains in its wake.
After the storm passes across Central America,
Bahamian meteorologists no longer expect Adrian to
-be a threat to the Bahamas.
Bahamians are expected to feel some effects from
the outer bands of the weakened storm as it makes its
way across Honduras this weekend.
"There will be a low over the area, particularly
over the central and south eastern Bahamas, which
could bring some rain," said meteorologist Pat Butler.
However, he said if Adrian continues to weaken as
it goes through the mountainous terrain of Central
America, the storm should not pose a threat to the
Bahamas.
Adrian was the first storm of the 2005 season, arriv-
ing more than a week before the official starting date
of June 1.
Forecasters said the outlook for 2005 calls for 12-15
tropical storms, with seven to nine becoming hurri-
canes, and three to five of these becoming major hur-
ricanes.
The storm made landfall in Sal Salvador on Friday,
causing more than 14,000 to evacuate low-lying areas.
The storm was expected to produce flash floods and
mudslides.
The National Emergency Committees in
Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua has been alert-
ed to the threat of tropical storm Adrian. Adrian is
considered to be atypical, as the central American
region is not usually affected by this type of storm
from the Pacific.
At least one death was linked to the storm. A mil-
itary pilot died Wednesday when he crashed a small
plane he was ferrying from San Salvador's civilian
airport to a military base as a precaution against the
strong winds.


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Tribune Staff Reporter


Why You Vex?


ou vex?


in the private sector, such ignorance and stu-
pidity would not be tolerated."

Vex at Civil Service.


"I said it before and I will say it again.
"I am very annoyed with all these The government made a huge mis-
buses and trucks that drive take when it decided to pay
around releasing a big cloud those people in Freeport
of black, black smoke. that money. Every per-
This cannot be good for/ son who lose their job
people. No wonde (will be begging on
people always haveLA Vincent Peet door.
these lingering The government
coughs and ill- will not be able
nesses. It isd topay all these
because our p eople and
lungs are con-when theyand
stantly being dis appoint
polluted by the people
people who
drive haz- heycan
ardous you are

Hear is 'I
Tanzela was vic-
timised by
the PLP
etc.'
"I vex
the gov-
ernment
Cartwright could' t
K e mi.p that

pieoplega
Scausemore
I vex wit problems than
these crazy, it's worth.
nasty, smelly What they
boys who try be should have done
all up under ya in was give them
the club. They can't i .. nterest-free loans to
understand when you get on their feet. The
tell them yol ain wan .government just can't
dance with them. I mean, give away the people. Plen-
no matter how ya duck them ty other people hurting just as
they still try hang round ya all much and ain get nothing."
night. Why guys gatta be so ghetto, des-
perate and dumb? If someone say they ain in Just as Broke and Tired
to you, why you gon' still hang round to be
rejected in front of ya boys. I just can't under-
stand that." ,


Strawberry
"I sick and tired of calling government offi-
cers and having to speak with incompetent
people. I mean, the runaround and attitude
you get when you ask a simple question is
ridiculous. It's like they take a lot of pleasure
in torturing people. I tell you these people
are getting away with murder. If they worked


wny You Happy?


"I am happy that the government did not -
sell the House of Assembly, the Seniate, Gov-
ernment House, Princess Margaret Hospital
and Fort Charlotte with the Baha Mar deal,
because Lord knows they gave everything else
of value in the country away."

Happy, Happy, Happy


* By CARA BF
Tribune Staf

POLICE ar
men holed up in
a cache of we
ammunition yes
The men, bo
twenties, were
.while police were
search warrant
hotel.
Police recover
.380 Byrco pist
rounds, .380 ami
live rounds of .1
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The men were
custody and are
be arraigned ne;
Chief Inspec
Evans told The 'I
police were actij
mation which
search warrant.


. ISSUES relating to
Se HIV/AIDs and the harmonisa-
tion and intergration of phar-
macy practice across the region
topped the agenda for the mid-
term meeting of the Caribbean
| 1 Association of Pharmacists
I (CAP) meeting. ,
SPharmacists from around the
Caribbean have convened in the
Bahamas for three days of dis-
cussions at the Radisson Cable
Beach Resort on the theme
=- "Strengthening Caribbean
Pharmacy."
"We are meeting to discuss
issues related to HIV and AIDs,
to help our educators to deliver
- more effective training pro-
-- grammes, so that we can be bet-
ter able to deal with patients
living with HIV and AIDs,"
- said CAP president Ellen Griz-
zle.
Minister of Foreign Affairs
and Public Services Fred
Mitchell, in his remarks at yes-
terday's opening" ceremony,
said: "It simply makes sense for
people in the same region to
Stalk to one another, share expe-
riences and learn from one
another.
Bahamas Pharmaceutical
Association public relations
officer Philip Gray said that,
with the Bahamas hosting the
conference, it will allow more
Bahamian pharmacists to par-
ticipate in the proceedings and
RENNEN to continue their education
f Reporter process.
.'"We are talking about a very
rested two pertinent issue, which is HIV
a hotel with and AIDS, and that epidemic
apons and is of grave concern for Bahami-
terday. ans, the region and, the world
ith in their at large, said Mr Gray
discovered He added anything influenc-
a executing a ing people to take their med-
t in a local ication and have safe sex was
important.
ed a chrome Earlier this week, in an inter-
tol, .50 live view with The Tribune, Mr
munition, 19 Gray said that CSME legisla-
11 ammuni- tion which proposes the har-
ie rounds of monisation of pharmacy service
standards could bring poten-
e taken into tially crippling competition from
expected to larger Caribbean countries.
xt week. At this weekend's meeting,
tor Walter Bahamian stakeholders will
tribune that have the opportunity to present
ng on infor- their views and make recom-
required a mendations on how Bahamian
pharmacists can be protected if
the country joins the CSME.


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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 21st day of MAY,
2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
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* By DENISE
MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
FREEPORT After
being elected for a sixth
term, Grand Bahama Taxi
Union president James
Kemp has been suspended
for six months by the
union's executive council
and members because of his
conduct at meetings.
A unanimous decision
was made by the council
last week and was upheld
by 50 financial members
during an emergency meet-
ing Thursday at union head-
quarters.
Kenneth Woodside, first
vice-president, becomes
now the acting union presi-
dent until it is decided
whether Mr Kemp can
return as president.
According to executives,
Kemp walked out during a
general meeting last Thurs-
day. Executives claim that
his "dictatorship" attitude
and behaviour, coupled
with several past incidents,
have led up t6 his suspen-
sion.


"The members are bit-
terly disappointed in his
behaviour last week, as well
as the executive council
which saw fit to suspend
him," said Mr Woodside.
Assistant treasurer David
Jones is now the acting trea-
surer. He replaces Uletha
Strachan, who resigned fol-
lowing the president's sus-
pension.
Recording secretary
Geralene Dean said:
"There has been a string of
incidents and' his behaviour
last week was the straw that
broke the camel's back.
Ms Dean said Mr Kemp's
attitude is that of a dicta-
tor.
Last December, Mr
Kemp was elected president
winning his sixth term as
union leader of some 300
plus members on Grand
Bahama.
"We feel as if he was a
one man band and he made
decisions basically by him-
self without any input of the
membership, and that is
what created problems. If
,you don't listen to the peo-
ple's cry then they will get
rid of you,' she said.


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* By NATARIO McKENZIE

PORT officials yesterday
applauded the efforts of vari-
ous agencies involved in Thurs-
day's emergency response drill,
saying that despite initial
reports citing lack of realism in
the exercise, it was' executed
successfully and in a timely
manner.
The hour-long simulation
exercise mandated by the
International Ship and Port
Security Code, which the
Bahamas accepted in July,
2004, was designed to test the
response of emergency and
security personnel in the event
of a terrorist attack on a port
facility.
"This was the first time that
we performed a test of this
magnitude," port controller
Captain Anthony Aliens said.


"We wanted to test our securi-
ty system and see how we act-
ed out what we had on paper.
That was done successfully and
we now need to go and
reassess the exercise and make
improvements on what we
have."

Assessment

Captain Allens said he was
not certain when the assess-
ment of the international
observers would be submitted
to them. He was not sure if
that information would be
released to the public, citing
security reasons.
"We expect to have some
critiques and we will improve
on those areas that we need to
improve on," he said.
According to ISPS co-ordi-


nator, Lieutenant Commander
Herbert Bain, the response of
the various agencies to yester-
day's simulation exercise was
timely.
"We feel that the response
as well as the time taken to
respond was good," Lieut
Cmdr Bain said. "From all
indications the simulation
played out well. I think the fact
that not everyone got an
opportunity to see everything
led to the comment that the
exercise was not so realistic," ,
he said.
"I believe that our facility is
much better in terms of secu-
rity as a result of that exer-
cise," he said.
"From initial indications,
there are some areas that we
can improve on and the inten-
tion is that every year we do
improve," he added.


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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


ST. MICHAEL'S METHODIST CHURCH, Churchill Avenue
8:00 a.m. Connections Rev. Philip Stubbs
S9:30 a.m. Rev. Philip Stubbs
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH, Frederick Street
11:00 a.m. Rev. William Higgs
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Prayer time: 6:30pm
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P.O.Box EE-16807
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SUNDAY, MAY 22nd, 2005

11:30a.m. Speaker, Elder Brentford Isaacs

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Telephone number: 324-2538
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* By DENISE MAYCOCK
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FREEPORT Nine firemen
have completed a four-week
course certifying them as heavy
duty vehicle drivers in the effi-
cient handling of fire trucks
when responding to emergen-
cies. They represent the first
group trained in Grand
Bahama.
Chief Supt Basil Rahming
and Inspector Kevin Mortimer,
officer in charge of the Training
College in Freeport, presented
the officers with their certifi-
cates at police headquarters.
Fire chief Sergeant Floyd
Bastian said there had been a
shortage of trained drivers at
Fire Services Department to
handle the four fire trucks on
the island. It was necessary to
have more officers qualify as
heavy-duty drivers due to the
escalation of reported fires and


extrication traffic accident vic-
tims.
"We found that the qualified
drivers could not take vacation
or sick leave because of the lack
of drivers we had on staff. We
made a conscious decision that
all officers should qualify in all
areas within the department, so
that absence of one person
would not hamper the efficien-
cy and service we render to the
community," he explained.
Firemen have responded to
364 fires this year, including one
at the Lucayan Medical Centre
fire which was one of two major
incidents that resulted in great
property loss.
Fire officials have been con-
cerned about the increase in
extrication of accident victims
as result of traffic accidents.
"That has really increased
and we have ensured that every
firefighter is trained in the use
of the jaws of life," he said.


* SEATED from left are Instructor Sgt Stephen Marshall, Inspector Kevin Mortimer, officer in
charge of the training college in Freeport, Chief Supt Basil Rahming, fire chief Sgt Floyd Bastian,
and senior fire officer Sgt Doyle Burrows. Instructor Sgt Barry Brice is standing far left.
Photo: Denise Maycock


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Junkanoo

prizes are

given out

JUNKANOO groups and
individual participants in the
2004/05 Junkanoo parades have
received prize money from the
Ministry of Youth, Sports and"
Culture and the Chris Black-
well Foundation at the ministry
headquarters on Thompson
Boulevard.
The ministry paid a total of
$332,269 in prize money in
New Providence alone.
The Chris Blackwell Foun-
dation donated $50,000 to assist
with prize money for category
A in the Boxing Day Parade.
Minister of Youth, Sports and
Culture Neville Wisdom
expressed gratitude to the Chris
Blackwell Foundation, to Burns
House Limited for its contribu-
tion of $25,000 for the best
music prize, and Cable
Bahamas for its donation of
$20,000 for the best costume
category.
"This cheque presentation
signals the conclusion of all
business of the 2004/05
Junkanoo parades and marks
the beginning of the 2005/2006
Junkanoo season," Mr Wisdom
said.
In the next'few weeks, the
ministry will seek consultation
with the Junkanoo community
on the way forward in govern-
ing and managing the affairs of
Junkanoo.
In the Group A category, the
Saxons received $63,066, the
Valley Boys, $33,816; Roots,
$33,716; One Family, $30,141;
Prodigal Sons, $18,441; and the
Music Makers, $11,116.
In the Group B category, the
Fancy Dancers received
$18,216, One Love Soldiers,
$16,791; Colours, $9,116; Con-
querors for Christ, $9,200; Z-
Bandits, $2,450, Chip-N-
Knights, $1,700; New Pigs,
$1,300; Tingum, $1,200; Sting,
$1,100; Congos, $1,000; and
Mystical Bombers and Musical
Legends earning $600 each.
In the Children Group cate-
gory, the Bain Town Crusaders
received $4,000 and Positive
Youth $3,000.
In the Individual Adults cat-
egory, Cyril Dean received
$3,500, Jack Saunders, $3,000;
Anthony Smith, $2,800; Navado
Gray, $2,300; and Terrance
Johnson, $1,600.
The groups and individual
participants were allotted the
money prizes for best choreo-
graphed dance, best costume,
best music and best banner in
both the Boxing Day and New
Year's Day Junkanoo Parades.
Mr Brendan Foulkes, chair-
man of the Chris Blackwell
Foundation, said "another cor-
porate sponsor needs to come
forward and take the initiative
like Mr Blackwell did in helping
to donate to Junkanoo, our
great cultural heritage."


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South Eleutherans are active





in their local cultural project


THE story is told about
a missionary in Africa
who travelled from village to
village with a Bible and a
sharply pointed makeshift
wooden cross that he planted
in the ground wherever he held
his services.
On one of his inter-village
journeys, he encountered a lion
approaching him in the dis-
tance. On seeing the lion, he
immediately fell to his knees,
closed his eyes and prayed thus:
"God, please save me from the
lion."
He repeated this ritual three
times, with the lion drawing
nearer and nearer on each occa-,
sion. Finally, when he could
almost feel the lion's breath, he
again fell to his knees and
uttered this final appeal: "God,
if you're not going to help me,
please don't help the lion!"
Then, upon rising, he took
the pointed end of his cross and
aimed it at the lion. Thus, in
leaping at the missionary, the
lion's neck was pierced by the
object, thereby killing the wild
beast in the process. The moral
of that story is simply this: "God
only helps those who try to help
themselves."

W hen the Ministry of
SHealth abandoned
the old Rock Sound Clinic some
18 months ago, the Antiquities,
Monuments and Museums Cor-
poration (AMMC), in conjunc-
tion with the Rock Sound Local
Government Committee,
sought and received permission
to restore that old historical
building and convert the same
into a museum, library, com-
puter and resource centre for
the wider community of South
Eleuthera.
The building was originally
the manse of the Methodist
Church in that settlement, and
had been built some 140 years
ago. Shortly after permission


was given to use the building
for its stated purpose, an inter-
ested group comprising local
government officials, other
members of the indigenous pop-
ulation and winter residents vol-
unteered to undertake the
building's restoration as a com-
munity project.
They formed themselves into
an organisation known as the
Mission Foundation and, led by
the energetic Miss Chandra
Sands as its president, com-
menced raising funds for the
restoration project. When com-
pleted, the restored old building
will be known as the South
Eleuthera Mission.

Late last year, along with
the AMMC's manag-
ing director Dr Keith Tinker,
we were privileged to attend a
meeting of the Mission Foun-
dation at which fund-raising
plans for the building's restora-
tion and other relevant matters
were discussed.
We were pleased to discover
that the overflowing crowd pre-
sent included representatives
from all the settlements in
South Eleuthera from Deep
Creek and Bannerman Town in
the south to Tarpum Bay in the
north.
At that meeting, the AMMC
not only presented a cheque to
the foundation, but also offered
to render technical assistance
to the project. By year's end,
some $32,000 had been raised
and plans designed for the com-
mencement of restorative work
early this year. Therefore, it was
against the above backdrop that
we accompanied Dr Tinker to
Rock Sound a fortnight ago to
inspect the progress made thus
far on the project.
We were pleasantly surprised
to observe the tremendous
amount of work that has been
done to date, and the frugal
manner in which the limited
funds raised thus far for the pro-


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ARNOLD JEROME
KNOWLES, 91

who died at his home in Palmdale
on Wednesday May 18th, 2005,_
will be held at Ebenezer Methodist
Church Shirley Street on Monday,
May 23rd, 2005 at 5:00pm. Burial
will be in the church cemetery.
Mr. Sidney Pinder assisted by Mr. Alec Pinder officiating.

He was pre-deceased by his wife, Vernice Knowles;
he is survived by one daughter, Sandra Cason of
Marshall, Texas; one son, Gordon of Nassau; one
son-in-law, Michael Cason; two grandchildren, David
and Andrew Carson; one granddaughter-in-law, Kelly
and two great granddaughters, Melanie and Vicki; one
sister-in-law, Thelma Knowles, many nieces and
nephews other relatives and friends.

Funeral arrangements are being handled by Pinder's
Funeral Home, Palmdale Ave., Palmdale.


VIEWPOINT


G EO R G E


ject had been spent.
There, we found Mrs Pat
Rose-MacLean, an English win-
ter resident and professional
historic preservation engineer,
not only supervising the small
contingent of dedicated local
craftsmen, but also physically
involved with them in the work
itself. Ably assisting her in the
effort was her husband Peter.
It was after a briefing update
by Mrs Rose-MacLean of all
that had transpired thus far on
the project, including the con-
tributions offered and rendered
by a cross-section of local inter-
ested parties, that we reflected
on the story with which we
began this article. In so doing,
we could not help but concur
with the moral it projected: that
God only helps those who try to
help themselves.

Another aspect of the
work in progress that
we found to be simply amazing
was seeing how well preserved
the wood and other compo-
nents of the building's original
structure appeared to be, once
some of the later intrusions to
the same had been removed.
We were also pleased to
observe the great care that was
being expended in seeing to it
that replacement material being
employed matched the original
that had been used, thereby pre-
serving the structural integrity


AC K E Y


of this historic landmark build-
ing.
Later that afternoon, at a
meeting with the foundation's
president Miss Sands, the
MacLeans and Dr Tinker, we
were informed of the diminish-
ing state of the organisation's
funds that threatened a suspen-
sion of work on the project,
albeit temporary in its duration.
Not desirous of seeing a loss
of momentum in this com-
mendable community effort, Dr
Tinker offered additional short-
term financial help from the
AMMC, together with its assis-
tance in aiding the foundation in
soliciting additional contribu-
tions from South Eleutherans
residing and doing business in
New Providence.
Not overlooked by us was the
great care that is also being tak-
en in preserving some of the old
medical equipment found in the
building. These were being
meticulously stored for later
employment as exhibits in a
room in the new museum in
which their original usage will
be displayed. The same treat-
ment will be accorded the old
kitchen and its remaining con-
tents, as this room, too, will like-
wise form a part of the pro-
posed museum's overall exhi-
bition.


An impressive sign has
been erected in front


or tme olda building. It has been
designed to give pertinent infor-
mation regarding this remark-
able restorative effort by the
Mission Foundation to residents
of and visitors to Rock Sound
alike. A part of the message it
conveys reads thus:
"The South Eleuthera Mis-


sion A Museum, Library,
Computer and Resource Cen-
tre. Help our community to
help itself. We appreciate your
pledge for: labour, expertise and
financial assistance. Contact
The Mission Foundation, P 0
Box EL 26030, Rock Sound,
Eleuthera, Bahamas. Telephone
242-334-2254. E-
mail:cdsands@coralwavecom."
We were quite impressed by
this tremendous exhibition of
exemplary community spirit. So
impressed, that we promised the
officers of the Mission Founda-
tion that we would do our
utmost in promoting and seek-
ing widespread national support
for this most worthy project.
Hence, our appeal for and pro-
jection of the same in this col-
umn today.
It is our sincere hope that its
successful completion will serve
as a catalyst for emulation in
other Family Island communi-
ties.
Think on these things.


(George W Mackey's book
"Millennium Perspectives" a
compilation of Viewpoints and
other interesting topics, is avail-
IT R able at bookstores locally. E-
1":SSON Mail: georgewmackey@hot-
mail.coin)



Family programme expanded


CHILDREN'S programmes
currently in place at the Flamin-
go Gardens Family Life Sup-
port Centre will be expanded
to include entire families.
Addressing an Open House
held to commemorate the cen-
tre's tenth anniversary, Minister
of Social Services and Commu-
nity Development, Melanie


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tre has proven to be a beacon
for the students in the Flamingo
Gardens and surrounding com-
munities, by drastically improv-
ing their academic results, addi-
tional programmes must be put
in place to incorporate activi-
ties for entire families, including
elderly members.


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Officials from the community
affairs division of the Ministry
of Social Services and Commu-
nity Affairs are in discussions
with members of the centre's
board of directors with a view to
expanding the existing pro-
grammes.
The centre, which opens
Monday to Friday, currently
provides after-school care for
students in the Flamingo Gar-
dens and surrounding commu-
nities. Trained educators assist
the students with homework
and other academic activities.
Educators at the centre also
help prepare students to sit the
GLAT and Bahamas Junior
Certificate of Education Exam-
inations.
Mrs Griffin said: "Certainly,
the programmes already in


place for the children have been
very successful and extremely
important, because our children
are the foundation of our com-
munities in particular and our
country in general, but we also
have grandparents and senior
citizens in the community whom
we believe will benefit from a
Senior Citizens Association that
could meet here whenever the
facility is available," she added.
Mrs Griffin said additional
programmes would be estab-
lished to provide support to par-
ents and other family members.
"Families are made up of par-
ents and children and the way
parents relate to their children,
especially in the early years of
the life of the child, helps to
determine the behaviour and the
success or failure of the child."


* MAXWELL Poitier, chairman of the board of directors at
the centre; Barbara Burrows, permanent secretary at the
Ministry of Social Services and Community Development;
Melanie Griffin; and John Carey, parliamentary secretary in the
Ministry of Works and Utilities and MP for Carmichael.


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VERNON WRING

August 1st, 1989 May 21st, 2003

I look at the clouds often and envision your smiling
face in them and I am reminded that you are in
your heavenly mansion.

We miss you dearly, more than words can express.

Your loving Mom, Khris
& brother Vincent III

THE WRING FAMILY


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* CFO Kingsley Pyfrom, Cecilia Cox, financial services manager and Links trustee, CEO desig-
nate Chester Cooper, Links president Dorothy Philips, Links chair Patrice McDonald, and BAI
executive assistant Diane Lockhart


Gift to crisis centre


* By KRISTINA McNEIL
BRITISH American Insur-
ance Company has donated
$20,000 in support of a national
project for women in crises.
Mr I Chester Cooper, senior
vice-president, COO and CEO
of British American Insurance,
presented the cheque to Nas-
sau Chapter of The Links, Inc,
which founded the project.
"As we celebrate our 85th
year since being established in
the Bahamas, we are reminded
that our roots are deeply
embedded in the fabric of the
Bahamian society. We are


delighted to be able to con-
trithLI tcl i m., imunity in this
substantmiai way," said Mr Coop-
er.
The donation is part of an
effort on behalf of Links to pro-
vide temporary and extended
shelter for females in "immedi-
ate crisis" and those transition-
ing from adolescent care facili-
ties.
The Links' Safe House for
Females in Crises was opened in
October 2003 by Prime Minister
Perry Christie to fulfil this need
as the first of its kind in the
Bahamas.
Mrs Dorothy Philips, presi-


dent of The Links Inc of Nas-
sau, accepted the cheque for the
organisation, and thanked
British American Insurance for
continuing support.
The British American Insur-
ance Company was named the
corporate sponsor of Links in
a partnership forged in 1999.
British American has donated
a total of $80,000 towards the
safe house, $20,000 shy of the
final amount to be donated. In
continuing support, two execu-
tives of the company serve as
members on the safe house's
board of trustees, and aid in
Links' fund-raising.


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SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2005, PAGE 9


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* By KRYSTEL ROLLE
AS the Registrar Gener-
al's office moves into the 21st
century, subscribers will
finally be able to access
information online and not
have to visit the registrar's
office and "sit around" wait-
ing to be served.
In a meeting with business
subscribers yesterday at the
British Colonial Hilton, Min-
ister of Financial Services
and Investments, Allyson
Maynard-Gibson said: "We
are working on a system
where you (subscribers) will
be able to bring deeds and
documents in, get them reg-
istered, indexed, and get
them back within one week."
Eventually the minister
says she wants subscribers to
have the documents returned
within 72 hours. In the past,
some subscribers waited up
to six months before their
documents were returned.
The Registrar General's
office will be launching a
series of beta-testing up to
December 31 to ensure the
reliability and speed of their
system. On January 1 they
will attempt to have all ser-
vices by the registrar avail-
able online. Mr Slocum, a
. partner of IBM, along with
Alfredo De Vanna, designed
the system for the registrar's
office.
Shane Miller, Registrar
General, said: "We are build-
ing a new ministry with
automation in mind. When
we roll out officially you'll
have something to be excited
about."
As the presentation end-
ed, a fire alarm went off,
sending the newly-excited
business subscribers scurry-
ing out the door. But it
turned out to be a false
alarm.


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A Jiggy Affair: Reggae, Dancehall & Soca Showdown
@ Club Ecliipse, Saturday, May 21. Featuring: Chiplee
of Lees Unlimited & Kickboxa and South Florida's
Award Winning Dancer. Ladies free before 11pm, and
men $15 before 12am. Local dancers will be able to
challenge each other for cash prizes.

KAPPA KRUISE 2005, a boat cruise hosted by the
Kappa Fraternity aboard the Seawind. Saturday, May
21. Music by DJ Killa B. Boarding time: 7:30PM. Strict
security. The official after party @ Club Fluid. Admis-
sion: $15 in advance, $20 @ the boat.

Members Only, its a party that money can't get you
into. Saturday, May 21 from 8pm to midnight @ the
Coyote Bar, Club Nsomnia. The after party follows
on the main level. Log on to www.phatgrooveon-
line.com, or email vipservices@phatgrooveonline.com
for more information or to apply.

Up All Night @ Club Nsomnia:
* M.A.D. Thursdays. Hosted by Jamaican artist, Bee-
nie Man. Special performance by Club Nsomnia's Inter-
national Coyote Girls. Late night happy hour from
9pm-llpm: $1 drink specials. Music by Barry da Pusha,
DJ Fines and Mr Excitement. Doors open at 9pm.
Ladies free before llpm Guys $15 before 11pm
* 'Latin Fridays. Featuring all your favourite salsa,
merengue and latin music, the world famous Coyote
Bar, and karaoke. Come party on the streets of Cruz
Lane. Admission: Everybody $5 before 9pm. Music
by DJ Flava.
* Nsomniac Saturdays, a party for the grown and sexy.
Experience the flavour of South Beach in the Bahamas.
Music by DJ Fynes and DJ Flava. Ladies $10 before
11pm. Guys $15 before 11pm.
* Caribbean Sundays, featuring soca, calypso, dancehall,
and 'reggaeton' music (a fusion of latin, reggae and
hip-hop music). Live performances and guest DJ's.
Music by Xcitement and DJ Fatal. Drink specials all
night. Ladies: $5 before ll1pm. Guys $15 before llpm.
***Baby Cham will perform at Caribbean Sundays on
May 22. Featuring his hit song, Vitamin S***
Dress code strictly enforced: No tees. No tennis. No
hats. No sportswear.

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

Rave Saturdays @ Club Eclipse. DJ Scoobz spinning the
best in Old Skool. Admission $35, all inclusive food and
drink.

Fever @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth St, downtown, every
Friday night. Admission $10 before midnight. First 50
women get free champagne. First 50 men get a free
Greycliff cigar. Dress to impress. For VIP reservations
call 356-4612.

Cool Runnings is back with a Conscious Party @ Hard
Rock Cafe, Charlotte St North every Friday. Classic
reggae style music. Admission $10.

Mellow Moods every Sunday @ Fluid Lounge and
Nightclub, Bay St, featuring hits from yesterday old
school reggae and rockers downstairs, and golden oldies
upstairs. Admission: Free. Doors open 9pm.

Karaoke Music Mondaze @ Topshotters Sports Bar.
Drink specials all night long, including karaoke warm-


An evening of Haitian melodies


T he Nassau Music Society
ends its 2004-2005 sea-
son tonight with a recital
by two seasoned per-
formers. The event takes place
promptly at 8pm in the Government
House Ballroom, where Liliane
Questel (pianist) and Jean Ronald
LaFond (baritone at right), both of
Haitian origin, will showcase
melodies from their native country.
Questel's career has taken her
around the world with concert
appearances that mark an impres-
sive resume. Among these appear-
ances are the Pittsburgh Symphony;
Hartford Symphony; Mississippi
Symphony; Southwest Michigan Orchestra; Bremen-
ton Symphony; Baltimore Orchestra, the Antwerp
Philarmonie; Belgian National Orchestra; Brussels
Conservatory Orchestra; the New Vlaams Chamber
Orchestra; the Duke Ellington Orchestra, and recent-
ly, the Cuban National Symphony.


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. Admission: Ladies
free before 11pm, $15 after; Guys $20 all night.

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

Twisted Boodah Lounge @ Cafe Segafredo, Charlotte
St kicks off early this Friday at 6pm with deep house to
hard house music, featuring CraigBOO, Unkle Funky
and Sworl'wide on the decks.

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

Sweet Sunday Chill Out Soiree Lounge, every Sun-
day, 4pm-midnight @ Patio Grille, British Colonial
Hotel.

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

Carib Scene @ Club Fluid every Sunday. A night of
Caribbean, Latin and Reggae flavours for all audi-
ences. Latin Flair in the VIP Lounge; Old School Reg-
gae and Soca in the Main Lounge. Ladies in free before
11pm. $10 after llpm. Men, $15 cover charge.

TooLooSe @ Indigo Restaurant on West Bay St and
Skyline Drive. Singer/songwriter Steven Holden per-
forms solo with special guests on Thursday from 9pm -
midnight.

The Graham Holden Deal @ The Green Parrot....David
Graham, Steve Holden, Tim Deal and Friends per-
form Sunday, 7pm 10pm @ Hurricane Hole on Par-
adise Island.

Jay Mitchell and Hot KC @ Palm Court Lounge, British
Colonial Hilton, Wednesday-Thursday 8pm-12am.


up drink to get you started. Party from 8pm-until. Sunday Night Interlude @ Briteley's Restaurant &
Lounge, Eneas St off Poinciana Drive. Featuring
Karaoke Nights @ Fluid Lounge and Nightclub. Begins Frankie Victory at the key board in the After Dark
10pm every Tuesday. Weekly winners selected as Room every Sunday, 8.30pm to midnight. Fine food and
Vocalist of the Week $250 cash prize. Winner select- drinks.
ed at end of month from finalists cash prize $1,000.
Admission $10 with one free drink. Paul Hanna, Tabatha and Gernie, and the Caribbean
Express perform at Traveller's Rest, West Bay St,
Reggae Tuesdays @ Bahama Boom. Cover charge every Sunday, 6.30pm-9.30pm.
includes a free Guinness and there should be lots of
prizes and surprises. Admission: Ladies $10 and Men MH Pi The Arts a
$15.
Split Personality, a joint art show by Nicole Collie and
Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters Sports Bar Lemero Wright hopes to challenge the eyes and the
every Wednesday 5pm-8pm. Free appetizers and mind of artlovers. Collie's more exotic, feminine pieces
numerous drink specials. celebrate woman- her curvaceous shape blended in
pastel shades. By contrast, Wright's work uses bright
Flash Nights @ Club Fluid every Thursday. The ulti- almost glaring primary colours. Though Wright's paint-
mate Ladies Night. Join Nassau's and Miami Beach's ings suggest a more masculine energy, he has used the
finest men. Ladies only before 11.30pm with free cham- female form in black and hot tones with smouldering
pagne. Guys allowed after 11.30pm with $20 cover, looks and proud stances. In some of Collie's pieces, she
uses brighter tones to highlight just the body (minus the
The Pit @ Bahama Boom, every Thursday. Doors open head). The exciting show, sponsored by the Credit
at 9pm, showtime 11.30pm. Cover charge $15. $10 with Suisse Supports Bahamian artists Programme, runs
fly-
er.


Equally as accomplished is
LaFond, who has more than 30 oper-
atic roles in his repertoire, with an
equal number of oratorio roles. He
has appeared with the Sakai Opera
(Japan), Michigan Opera Theater,
Long Leaf Opera, The Aspen Opera
Theater Center, The Comic Opera
Guild, Orquesta Nacional de Cuba,
The Kalamazoo Symphony, The
Bozenian Symphony, Salt Lake City,
Symphony, Greater Lansing Sym-
phony, The Gainseville Symphony,
and Central Florida Philharmonic,
among others.
The concert is being held under
the patronage of the Embassy of the
Republic of Haiti. Tickets: $35 (non-members), $25
(members), $5 (students). Make reservations at A D
Hanna and Co, Deveaux Street, telephone- 322-8306;
Star Insurance at 393-5529; or The Nassau Music Soci-
ety at 327-7668. For more information on these per-
formers, log on to www.nassaumusicsociety.com.


from Monday, May 16 till Friday, May 27 at the Central
Bank of the Bahamas. An opening night reception will
be held on Thursday, May 19 from 6pm till 9pm.

National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB) events
for May 2005:
* Saturday, May 21: Youth Workshop on Glassworks.
Facilitator: Diane Burrows. Age group: 7 and over.
Time: 10am 1pm. Cost: $5 (members)/ $8 (non-mem-
bers)
* Thursday, May 26: Life and Debt (2001), a docu-
mentary by director and producer Stephanie Black.
Rated: PG-13. Time: 7:45pm. Length: (86 minutes)
Rather than the traditional Issues forum, NAGB in col-
laboration with the College of the Bahamas' School of
English Studies experiments with a short program of
issue-oriented cinema. Discussants for the Life and
Debt viewing are Tamico Gilbert of Amnesty Interna-
tional, and Bernadette Butler, lawyer for the Bahamas,
CSME.
(All events to take place at NAGB, West & West Hill
Streets. Call 328- 5800, or logon to www.nagb.org.bs
for more information)

The National Collection @ the National Art Gallery of
the Bahamas, an exhibition that takes the viewer on a
journey through the history of fine art in the Bahamas.
It features signature pieces from the national collection,
including recent acquisitions by Blue Curry, Antonius
Roberts and Dionne Benjamin-Smith. Gallery hours,
Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm. Call 328-5800 to book
tours.

Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn Davies Collec-
tion @ the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Vil-
la Doyle, West and West Hill Streets. The exhibition is
part of the NAGB's Collector's Series. Gallery hours,
Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm. Call 328-5800 to book
tours.

The Awakening Landscape: The Nassau Watercolours
of Gaspard Le Marchand Tupper, from the collection
of Orjan and Amanda Lindroth @ the National Art
Gallery of the Bahamas. The mid-nineteenth century


weeks) from 6pm 7:30pm. Cost: $120.
* Saturdays: May 28 through July 2 (five weeks) from
10am- 11:30 am. Cost: $50. There will be no class June
4. Sessions will be held at the Trinity Methodist Church
Parking Lot (air-conditioned). Wear loose comfort-
able clothing, bring a yoga or exercise mat, anid a tow-
el. Call 394-2121 or 477-3903, for more information.

The Cancer Society of the Bahamas meets at 5.30pm on
the second Tuesday of each month at their Headquar-
ters at East Terrace, Centreville. Call 323-4482 for
more info.

MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Bahamas meets the third Mon-
day every month, 6pm @ Doctors Hospital 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 certi-
fied by the AHA. The course defines the warning signs
of respiratory arrest and gives prevention strategies
to avoid sudden death syndrome and the most common
serious injuries and choking that can occur in adults,
infants and children. CPR and First Aid classes are
offered every third Saturday of the month from 9am-
1pm. Contact a Doctors Hospital Community Training
Representative 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.

'01. Civic Clubs 'M

A Bahamas Historical Society meeting is scheduled
for May 26 @ 6pm. Dr Gail Saunders will speak on the
topic: "The Wylly Affair and the Slave Registration
Controversy 1816-1821". Venue: the Society's museum
on Shirley Street and Elizabeth Avenue. For more
information log on to www.bahamashistoricalsoci-
ety.com

Toastmasters Club 1095 meets Tuesday, 7:30pm @ C C
Sweeting Senior School's Dining Room, college
Avenue off Moss Road. Club 9477 meets Friday, 7pm
@ Bahamas Baptist Community College Rm A19, Jean
St. Club 3956 meets Thursday, 7.30pm @ British Colo-
nial Hilton. Club 1600 meets Thursday, 8.30pin @
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 Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave at 6pm.
Club 612315 meets Monday 6pm @ Wyndham Nas-
sau Resort, Cable Beach. Club 753494 meets every
Wednesday, 6pm-8pm in the Solomon's Building, East-
West Highway. All are welcome.

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

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

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


paintings that make up the exhibition are part of one of
the earliest suites of paintings of Nassau and its envi- The Nassau, Bahamas Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
rons. meets every third Monday of the month in the Board
Tupper was a British military officer stationed at Fort Room of the British Colonial Hilton Hotel, Bay St.
Charlotte in the 1850s. The works show a pre-modern
Bahamas through the decidely British medium of water- Nassau Council 10415 Knights of Columbus meets the
colour. Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm. second and fourth Wednesday of the month, 8pm @ St
Call 328-5800 to book tours. Augustine's Monestary.

Health i.- Nassau Bahamas Koinonia meets every second Fri-
day of each month, 7.30pm at Emmaus Centre at St
Doctors Hospital Distinguished Lecture Series: Dis- Augustine's Monestary. For more info call 325-1947
tinguished Physician, Dr Agreta Eneas Carey will dis- after 4pm.
cuss "Senior Health" on Thursday, May 26 at 6pm in
the Doctors Hospital conference room. This lecture International Association of Administrative Profes-
will increase awareness and educate persons about sionals, Bahamas Chapter meets the third Thursday of
how to stay healthy in their senior years. The lecture is every month @ Superclubs Breezes, Cable Beach, 6pm.
free to the general public. Free blood pressure, cho-
lesterol and glucose screenings will be performed AMISTAD, a Spanish club meets the third Friday of
between 5pm and 6pm. To ensure available seating the month at COB's Tourism Training Centre at 7pm
RSVP 302-4603. in Room 144 during the academic year. The group
promotes the Spanish language and culture in the com-
Yoga: Stretch, Breathe, Relax, for Body...Mind...Spir- munity.
it, yoga classes for all levels will be conducted by Mar-
garet Evans, registered yoga teacher. Send all your civic and social events to The Tribune via
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Court of appeal



overturns ruling


FROM page one
down a ruling in Knowles' favour.
Last week, the Court of Appeal
overturned that decision.
"This was a startling conclusion
given the absence of any evidence
from the respondent's expert wit-
ness, a member of the bar of the state
of Georgia, of any publicity in the
prospective country of trial, if known
at all," said the judgment.
"The designation's appearance on
the website of the White House is
of little consequence without evi-
dence of its impact. The probability
that the designation would become
known to a pool of potential jurors as
the trial approached, sterile as we
think it is, may well be countered in
the jury selection process to avoid


prejudice.
"Nor is it possible that the respon-
dent's right to representation by
counsel could be impaired as a con-
sequence of the designation.
"We are not ourselves persuaded
that the designation of the respon-
dent as a foreign drug kingpin under
American law is a matter which
should result in a loss of confidence
of the American justice system."
Intensive
The judgment went on to note that
the intensive and investigating jury
selection process in the US is even
better than that of The Bahamas.
"The jury system is peculiarly
designed to protect against prejudice


of any kind and should be strongly
upheld in our view," the justices
ruled.
The judgment concluded: "We
have come to the conclusion that this
second application for habeas cor-
pus was not based on 'fresh evidence'
within the meaning of those words in
Section 20 of the Supreme Court
Act, and therefore the learned judge
fell into error in making the order
he did.
"For reasons given in this judg-
ment, we allowed the appeal and set
aside the decision of the learned
judge as having been made without
jurisdiction in proceedings, which
were clearly an abuse of process."
Francis Cumberbatch represent-
ed the US and Bahamas govern-
ments in the case.


Christie 'did not have a


second stroke' pledge


by neurologist Rahming


FROM page one
underwent further medical testing
which came out normal.
On May 17, an exercise stress elec--
trocardiogram (stress test) was per-
formed on Mr Christie, which he per-
formed "very well".
Dr Gomez said this demonstrat-
ed that the prime minister's coro-
nary arteries are normal and there-
fore he is at low risk for a heart
attack.
His blood pressure has remained
"very normal" even during the stress
test, noted Dr Gomez.
His brainwave activity was also
y evaluated through the electroen-
cephalogram (EEG) test. This test
also showed normal activity.


"I am very pleased to report that
he has a very clean bill of health. He
performed very well on his stress
test, and in fact, he claimed he could
have gone further, but we did not
find any need for him to do so.
"His level of fitness was pretty
good. There was no evidence of any
starvation of the muscles, suggest-
ing blockages in blood vessels," said
cardiologist Dr Conville Brown.
Investigation
Dr Brown added that Mr Christie
had a "fairly extensive" investiga-
tion for cancer and the tests have
come back negative.
Concerning Mr Christie's exercis-


ing programme, Dr Brown said he is
being encouraged to go walking on
the Cable Beach strip. He said that
Mr Christie has walked as far as
Goodman's Bay and, for a change
of scenery, he is going to walk the
Adelaide beach.
Mr Christie's team of doctors said
the prime minister has been a model
patient and is following advice. He is
also on a good diet plan, is exercising
and is resting.
"He has been monitored at home
by his doctors, nurses, dietitian, an
exercise therapist, his wife and fam-
ily," said Dr Gomez
Dr Gomez announced that
more than likely the prime minister
can return to light duties by early
June.


TYRONE Babbs, a 23-year old who died from multiple stab wounds |
on Wednesday. Caroline Pinder appeared in court yesterday charged
with his murder



Sister of missing


mother follows


in disappearance


FROM page one
Marina, and that she was a former
employee at another timeshare resort,
and at a fast food restaurant some five
years ago.


Mr Rahming said inquiries are con-
tinuing.
Anyone with information regarding
the whereabouts of either Ms Rosnell
Russell or Ms Nicole Pinder is asked to
contact police.


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old in need of


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Talents recently host-
ed "High Fantasy" in
the Wyndham Nassau
Resort and Crystal
Palace Casino's Rainforest Theatre.
The event featured the creations of
Bahamian designers Lisa Campbell
Humes, Percy Wallace, Patrice Lock-
hart, Sebrina Frances, Tesha Fritz,
Ashaki Designs and Olivia 'Lu-Lu'
Persaud.


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Leanadra Pratt. Jovanna Toote.


* BLACK and pink low cut halter-top
shirt with a black knee length skirt
designed by LuLu, and modelled by
Starneica Dean.


* BLUE and white-striped dress modelled
by Sherice Major.


* WHITE and green tube-top dress
designed by LuLu and modelled by
Nadia Cash.


* HOT pink skirt suit with matching
plaid jacket designed by Percy Wal-
lace, modelled by Philliencia Clear.


* COLOURFUL matching halter-top and
mini-skirt modelled by Gandhi Pinder.


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MIAMI HERALD SPORTS


E By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter

THE Randella's Swingers were able
to hold off the hapless Whirlpool
Eagles despite losing ace pitcher
Desiree Taylor in the seventh inning.
Switching from first base, Bernie Far-
rington came in for Taylor, whose
pitching hand was injured by a shot off
the bat of Eagles' Thela Johnson, and
she stopped a last-minute surge by
Whirlpool on Thursday night at the
Churchill Tener Knowles National
Softball Stadium.
Randella's pulled off a 6-3 victory
over Whirlpool in the lone game played
in the New Providence Softball Asso-
ciation after the rematch between the
defending men's champions, TBS
Truckers, and the Electro Telecom
Dorcy Park Boyz was postponed.
"I don't think it was too bad," said
Swingers' manager Gary 'Super' John-
son as Randella's improved their third-
place record to 4-4.
"We're coming off two losers and
we faced an off-speed pitcher we
haven't seen that type of pitching for
the year. So some people hit and some
didn't. Our offence wasn't as good as I
expected."
Dorothy Marshall led the offensive
charge with a 2-for-3 night, driving in
three runs, while Rebecca Moss and
Beatrice Riley were both 2-for-3 with a
walk, scoring a pair of runs for the
Wildcats.
They had scored twice in the bot-
tom of the first on a Marshall two-run
single and they got two more in the
third, highlighted by Marshall's RBI
single.
Nerissa Seymour, who was 3-for-4,
had a run-producing single in the fourth
and the other run came in the fifth, as


Tequilla Davis walked and scored on a
wild pitch from losing pitcher Margie
Dougherty.
Dougherty, the American working
at the Adventure Learning Centre,
gave up eight hits and struck out four in
the loss.
Taylor was working on a one-hitter
going into the top of the seven when,
with two runners on base, a shot off
the bat of Thela Johnson forced her
to leave the game with an injury to her
right pitching hand.
Johnson is hoping that Taylor is okay
because if she has to miss any games, it
could be detrimental to the Swingers'
bid to stay in the hunt for a playoff
spot.
The Eagles, in the meantime, are try-
ing to win their first game, having lost
their first eight. But manager Ricardo
Treco is confident that they will bounce
back.
"We're making too many errors,"
said Treco, who watched as they gave
up six unearned runs. "We're just not
making the routine plays. When we
finally get the bats around, we contin-
ue to make the errors to keep them
out front. We obviously are taking a
step back because we have some major
issues on the team. But I think it will
break for us soon."
The Eagles are now in their fifth year
in the league and, after making the
playoffs the last two years and playing
the defending champions Wildcats in a
close semi-final series last year. Treco
said he was hoping this would be their
year to surge to the top.
"I'm disappointed because a lot of
the games that we lost were because of
poor execution and a lack of disci-
pline," he stated. "I'm disappointed,
but I'm not at a point where I would
throw in the towel."


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Minus angry at being overlooked


for British Commonwealth title


* By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter

IT doesn't pay to be the Bahamas heavyweight
champion. Just ask champion Renaldo 'the Ter-
minator' Minus.
On hearing about the deal that FEDECARIBE
champion Sherman "the Tank" Williams secured
by the Bahamas Boxing Commission to fight for
the vacant British Commonwealth heavyweight
title here in September, Minus said he is furious
that he was never even
considered as the first option.
"As far as I'm concerned, the Bahamas Boxing
Commission is out of line," Minus said. "They
went to England or Europe or wherever they been
to lobby for Bahamian fights.
"They lobbied for Meacher Major, Sherman
Williams and Jerome Ellis and possibly Freeman
Barr. But they outrightly disrespected the Bahamas
heavyweight champion by not lobbying for him."
Minus said he can't see why the BBC lobbied
Williams for the title and did not even look at him
as the national champion.
"That clearly tells me that Fred Sturrup, who
went on behalf of the Bahamas Boxing Commis-
sion, does not recognize Renaldo Minus as the
Bahamas heavyweight champion and recognizes
Sherman Williams," he said.
In the past four years there has been a series of
talks and almost-signed contracts for Minus and
Williams to tangle for the heavyweight title. But as
each date approached, the fights did not materi-
alise because of contractual differences between
the two fighters.
Asked what he think the hold-up has been to get
the two fighters to sign their names on the dotted
line, Minus said there has not been any reluctance
on his part.
"From day one, I agreed to fight for $10,000.
Somebody believe that it's no money. I believe
it's no money. But the promoters are willing to pay
me $10,000."
Minus said he is waiting for the day for Williams
to agree to step in the ring and fight him. He had
hoped it would be in September instead of the
proposed British Commonwealth title fight.
"They should make it mandatory for me and
Sherman Williams to fight," Minus said. "Then
they should allow the winner to fight for the British
Commonwealth title."


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(:15) *** DINNER WITH FRIENDS (2001, Come- *** EMMA (1996, Comedy) Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeremy Northam, Toni
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