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Title: The Tribune
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Place of Publication: Nassau Bahamas
Publication Date: November 5, 2005
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Claim some police

'acting wildly'

before Harbour

Island 'altercation'


By KARAN MINNIS
Tribune Staff Reporter
MEMBERS of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force unit were
involved in an altercation over
the weekend, while visiting Har-
hour Island, Eleuthera.
Yesterday it was alleged that
some persons, believed to be
police officers, had been "drink-
ing and acting wildly right
before the altercation began."
On Thursday police officials
confirmed that an undisclosed
number of officers had gone to
Harbour Island over the week-
end, but could not verify if an
altercation had occurred.
However, speaking to The
Tribune yesterday, Harbour
Island residents explained that
the altercation involving one of


the officers and a local resident
occurred under the "big tent", a
local grouping spot.
"Well what happened was
that the officers were up and
about having a few drinks and
driving around. They then
stopped under the big tent
where local residents usually
hang out, and one of the officers
got into a fight with a fellow
from here," said a resident.
"When the other officers and
some residents from around
here realized what was happen-
ing they grouped around and
words were exchanged."
Another resident said that
Eleuthera's local police officers
were called to the scene to deal
with the situation.
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Randino "Dinghy" Pratt, who was captured along with Deslin Nicholls,
was arraigned for the murder of Kirk 'Tank Dog" Ferguson yesterday,
after being on the most wanted list for more than three years. *
(Photo: Franklyn G Ferguson)


Deslin Nicholls of Fox Hill was arraigned on a murder charge yesterday,
after being wanted by police since February of 2002.
(Photo Franklyn G Ferguson)


Murder accused pleads


for 'some place safe'


Claims life would be in danger in prison


By NATARIO MCKENZIE
ONE of the two Fox Hill men charged with a murder that
occurred in that community some three years ago pleaded with
a local magistrate yesterday to send him to "some place safe" as
his life would be endangered if he were .sent to prison.
Deslin Nicholls, 22, told Magistrate Renee McKay that he and


23-year-old Randino Pratt had received threats while in police
custody and that persons were "waiting" for them in jail. He
asked Magistrate McKay to send them to "some place safe"
however the magistrate told him that she only had authority
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Judge decides


against Majors


By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Staff Reporter
SUPREME Court Justice
Jon Isaacs ruled against the
habeas corpus application of
Dwight and Keva Major yes-
terday.
The application was based
on the fact that the Majors felt
they were being unlawfully
detained.
Their lawyer Michael Kemp,
assisted by Donna Major, pre-
sented numerous grounds to the
court, and yesterday, Justice
Isaacs rejected each one.
The Majors have been
detained for more than two
years at the request of the Unit-
ed States which has moved to
have them extradited to the US
to answer drug charges in
Broward County.
Those charges include con-
spiracy to possess and import


marijuana and cocaine.
The US alleges that the hus-
band and wife were involved in
a drug conspiracy between
August 2002 and January 2003.
They produced transcripts of
phone calls they intercepted as
evidence that they want to use
to convict the Majors.
Justice Isaacs ruled against
Mr Kemp's submission that the
failure of the prosecution to
provide them with documents
to assist them in the develop-
ment of their case was unlawful.
However in the case of
Lemuel Gibson, the judge ruled
that such non-disclosure did
affect the defence's case.
Justice Isaacs also ruled
against Mr Kemp's application
that the listing of Dwight Major
on a US Department of State
website with the likes of Samuel
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\By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
WITH the three leading oil
companies in the US being
investigated for "record setting
profits" in the last business
quarter, Bahamians suffering
,from high fuel costs are now
questioning the profits of the
three local oil conglomerates,
Shell, Esso, and Texaco.
In the US, Exxon Mobil
(Esso) grossed $10 billion in
profits over the last three
months; an American record,
and pulled in $100 billion in rev-
enue which also is a record
by US standards.
Royal Dutch/Shell took the
second spot, earning $9.2 bil-
lion in profits, an increase of 68
per cent over its last quarter.
Chevron Texaco was up 53 per
cent over its last quarter profits,
earning $7.4 billion for the last


quarter.
As a result the US Congress
has called for an examination
of gasoline prices in the US, and
a special committee to investi-
gate if the companies have been
"price gouging" the public.
In some reports, the profits
of Exxon Mobil ($10 billion for
their last quarter) exceeded the
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
of Kuwait and Dubai combined;
countries from which the com-
panies actually derive their oil.
In Florida, the mark up of
three cents per gallon by the oil
companies is small compared
to the 33 cents charged by Shell,
Texaco, and Esso as importers
in the Bahamas.
The Bahamas' small annual
consumption of 255 million gal-
lons of fuel cannot be compared
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THE Ministry of Tourism
officially launched the "My
Bahamas" campaign yesterday.
Aiming to reposition the
Bahamas "as a greatly
improved and more enhanced
destination", the year-long cam-
paign will focus on improving
local tourism relations.
According to Kendal Major,
the ministry's senior manager
of public relations, the cam-
paign is to be a nationwide pro-
ject involving all citizens.
Speaking at the launching
ceremony at Festival Place yes-
terday, Minister of Tourism
Obie Wilchcombe said: "Today,
we launch a programme that is
more than just an advertising
and promotional campaign and
more than a set of efforts
designed around the messages
of the Ministry of Tourism."
"Today, we launch the 'My
Bahamas' initiative that is des-
tined to be a way of life and dai-
ly movement for the people of
the Bahamas. Simply put, 'My
Bahamas' is a movement for
improvement."
Mr Wilchcombe explained
that this movement is being pro-
moted by the ministry for the
benefit of Bahamians and visi-
tors alike.
According to Mr Wilch-
combe, the initiative features a


The Royal Bahamas Police Force opens the launch
of My Bahamas with The Bahamian National Anthem.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/ Tribune Staff),


Junior Minister of Tourism, Ryan Albury, introduces
the Minister of Tourism at the launch of My Bahamas.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/ Tribune Staff)


range of projects and activities
that "need and will benefit from
public involvement".
"We will be making the pub-


lic aware of the many projects
that call on Bahamians to
improve themselves and their
surroundings," he said.
"This may take the form of
notifying you of clean-up pro-
jects or competitions for the
beautification of private yards
throughout the entire.
Bahamas."
According to Ryan Albury,
junior minister of Tourism,
"much more will be said in the
coming months about what
makes the Bahamas so special
and unique."


KB and Elon Moxey perform at the launching of My Bahamas at the Festival Place.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/ Tribune Staff)


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years ago on Grand Bahama.
Romaine Downer is
accused of shooting and
killing Vernon Fowler Jr, on
August 18, 2002.
The body of the 19-year-
old was discovered lying on
top of a grave at the Grand
Bahama Memorial Park.
Justice Stephen Isaacs is
presiding over the case,
which is before a jury of
eight women and four men.
Joyann Ferguson-Pratt is
appearing on behalf of the
Crown.
Lawyer Carlson Shurland
is representing Downer.
The prosecution alleges
that the accused lured
Fowler to the cemetery,
where he shot him to death.


Eunice Arthur, told the
court she discovered the'
body of a man lying on her.
son's grave sometime around
5pm on August 18, 2002. '
Arthur, who is self-
employed, testified that. she,
left her shop at Lucayan
Harbour around 4.45pm to
pay respects to her son.
When she arrived at thel
cemetery around 5pm, she
saw a maroon coloured car
parked at the entrance.
"When I drove up to my,.
son's grave I saw the body,
of a man lying on the
ground," she said.
Ms Arthur went to the fiie:
station just across the street,,
from the cemetery, and,
reported the matter to offi-
cers there.
Police went to the scene,
where they discovered the
body of a man.
There were several gun
shot wounds to the body.


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FOREIGN Affairs Minis-
ter Fred Mitchell and Direc-
tor of Environmental Health
Ron Pinder yesterday attend-
ed the opening of the fourth
Summit of the Americas in
Mar Del Plata, Argentina,
which is aimed at reducing
poverty and creating jobs in
the region.
Addressing the issues
which will be of most interest
to the Bahamas during the
two-day meeting, Mr Mitchell
said one sticking point is the





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Bahamas warned: no




bird flu vaccine exists


By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
WITH fears that the deadly
Avian influenza or "bird flu"
could reach the Bahamas, offi-
cials in the Ministry of Health
are warn that the best course
of action is prevention as no
known vaccine is available to
combat the virus.
With cases of birdIflu appear-
ing in countries as near to the
Bahamas as Canada, Minister
of Health Dr Marcus Bethel
spoke with The Tribune yester-
day about what Bahamians


need to know about the disease.
Dr Bethel explained that the
most disastrous development
would be for the virus to mutate
and be transmitted from human
to human.
"Currently there is no vac-
cine available, and only a gen-
eral anti-viral medication is
being stockpiled (Tamiflu)
which is not specific to the bird
flu. It is a broad-based medica-
tion that may, or may not even,
have an effect on the virus."
"There is no magic bullet
about this. We have to do the
basics: prevention, prevention,


prevention."
Since December 2003, 122
cases of H5N1 Avian Influenza
have been reported in humans,
with 62 of these resulting in
death. Most human cases have
been traced to direct contact
with infected birds, but experts
worry the virus could mutate
and become easily transmissi-
ble between humans.
With such a disease in the
US, and throughout the "mod-
ern world", a worldwide pan-
demic could erupt within just
months. In 1918, before air trav-
el allowed persons to navigate


the globe in a matter of hours,
the "Spanish flu" pandemic
killed an estimated 50 million
people worldwide.
With this new virus, experts
estimate, the figure could reach
as high as 200 million.
US President George Bush
has asked congress for $7.1 bil-
lion to prepare for the global
epidemic that experts in the US
consider to be imminent.
However, Dr Bethel
explained that the majority of
the $ 7.1 billion dollars is being
used by the US develop a vac-
cine; after which they hope to


purchase 20 million vaccines.
"So that's 20 million vaccines
for 300 million Americans. So
until this virus has mutated into
a human transmittable state,
then research can be done to
find a cure.
"But the worse case for the
whole world would be for this
virus to mutate; and it is cer-
tainly possible for it to mutate -
that is what they can do with
great facility but whether it
happens is a different story.
"But because there is no
available vaccine that is the
cause of the fear," he said.


PM praises prison officers


Fred Mitchell


question of the rights of
immigrant labour.
The Bahamas, the Domini-
can Republic and the Unit-
ed States, he said, are arguing
for more restricted rights for
immigrant labour, "lest there
be some implication of com-
mitment in our law to pro-
vide vested rights for illegal
migrants."
"Mexico of course is on the
other side of the divide. So
the wrangling over that para-
graph continues," he said.
The Bahamas had a bilat-
eral meeting with the Presi-
dent of Surinam yesterday to
talk about a visa abolition
agreement.
A caucus of Caricom lead-
ers is also expected to discuss
among other items the ques-
tion of Haiti's elections.
Venezuelan President
Hugo Chavez has 'been
involved with an alternative
people's snnit whih is dia-
metrically opposed to the
objects of this summit.
This, commentators say,
sets the stage for an interest-
ing exchange of ideas and val-
ues when the President of
Venezuela and the United
States President appear at the
general debate.
However, late yesterday
afternoon President Bush
called President Chavez a
"rabble rouser," insinuating
that he was responsible for a
violent riot that broke out in
the streets of Mar Del Plata.
Remarking on the situation
in Mar Del Plata, Mr Mitchell
said: "The city is like an
armed camp, with special
passes required, iron fence
barricades everywhere
impeding free movement,
and armed guards accompa-
nying you wherever you
move.
There are also riot police in
evidence around the streets.
The city and the summit
organisers are bracing for
trouble with some 40,000 pro-
testers said to be gearing up
for demonstrations later
today."
Mr Mitchell is represent-
ing Prime Minister Perry
Christie at the summit.
"The Bahamas has had a
team working on this
[FTAA] for the past year,
and diplomats Philip Miller,
Ambassador Joshua Sears
and Eugene Torchon Newry
are a part of that process.
"They worked up until late
(Thursday) night on the doc-
ument and the work still con-
tinues," the minister said.


The Prison Band in Rawson Square. (Photo: Mario Duncanson/Tribune Staff)
By CARA BRENNEN. have served their time,'" Mr Mr Christie said that the
Tribune Staff Reporter Christie said. country has reached the stage
He added that this commit- in developing countries where
PRIME Minister Perry ment is creating a new sense of violence abounds.
Christie congratulated prison worth for Bahamian men. He said a small group of stu-


Superintendent Dr Elliston
Rahming and his team of offi-
cers for giving prison inmates a
new sense of worth as they seek
to transform the prison into a
rehabilitative facility.
Mr Christie told reporters he
is confident that Mr Rahming
will change the prison into an
institution where inmates are
reformed.
"He came into it with total
commitment to give them hope
but more than that, a pragmat-
ic understanding that there is a
role for them to play after they


The Prime Minister was
speaking at a special demon-
stration by Fox Hill Prison Drill
Team in Rawson Square.
Mr Christie, who was sched-
uled to attend a police college
graduation later on, also used
the opportunity to speak to
members of the Bahamas
Awakening project, which seeks
to empower men.
He told them that the time
has come to address such issues
as school violence, as it is affect-
ing the education of Bahamian
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dents have made it very diffi-
cult for the majority to continue
with their education and that
teachers are afraid.
"This is the time for us to
address these major issues and
there is now a compelling
urgency behind the pro-
grammes that are being put
together to deal with this issue,"


he said.
The Fox Hill Prison Drill
Team wowed Bay Street with
a well executed, perfectly timed
display as the prison officers
continued their Prison Service
Recognition Week. In addition
to their performance, the crowd
was entertained by the prison
band and the prison ensemble.


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come back




Mr Ingraham


EDITOR, The Tribune
I TAKE this time from a very
busy schedule to write this let-
ter.
I have read with great interest
the letters to the Editor of
November 1, 2, 3 and 4.
It is about time that some of
our honest Bahamians admit
the accomplishments of Hubert
Alexander Ingraham during his
ten years in office.
It is very unfortunate that the
voting public of The Bahamas
has decided that they do not
want and will not support Tom-
my Turnquest.
This however is not the
responsibility of Mr Ingraham.
This is because the public at
large feels like Tommy is not
one of them and cannot get
down to their level to be one of
them.
For about four to six months
now there has been a move-
ment to bring Mr Ingraham
back. From what I have seen in
the media it does not appear
that Mr Ingraham has had any-
thing to do with this other than
listen to the people who are cry-
ing to him everywhere he goes


for him to come back and save
The Bahamas.
They are crying because they
know that the only hope for this
country to be rescued is with
Mr Ingraham as the Leader.
We have reached a sad state
of affairs when the Hon Prime
Minister with all of the prob-
lems facing him and his gov-
ernment is prepared to waste
almost an entire session of Par-
liament talking about who
should or should not be the
Leader of the FNM.
This only indicates to the
public that there is only one
MAN in The Bahamas that the
PLP are afraid of. The public
must realize that Mr Ingraham
has done his service to our
country and if he decides not
to come back then no one can
blame him for this.
However, those of us who are
of a Christian belief need to
pray to God for Mr Ingraham to
decide to come back and save


our country, even though it
would be at a great personal
sacrifice.
I, for one have nightmares.
when I think about the PLP,,
being in power for another five
years. There is no telling how
bad off we will be if the previ-,
ous 3 1/2 years are any measur-
ing stick to go by. -
I, therefore beg the powers,
that be in the FNM to do what-
ever it takes to get Tommy to
realize that he is still a young
man and with Mr Ingraham in
charge he would have five years
to do his public relations'and
convince the Bahamian public
that he does not think he is betn
ter than them and he can get
down to their level and associ-
ate with them.
Mr Ingraham, sir, for the sake
of our children and future gen-
erations to come, please give
some serious consideration ito
coming back to save our coun-
try.
May God bless you and your
family.
A CONCERNED
BAHAMIAN
Eleuthera,


EDITOR, The Tribune
I READ with amazement in
this morning's Tribune, Leslie
Miller's remarks in response to
Senator Turnquest. Is Mr Miller
seriously suggesting that Sir
Orville Turnquest was crifmi-
nally involved with Robert
Vesco and Carlos Lehder? The
level of debate in Parliament
has truly reached the sewer
when attacks of this sort, com-
mitted from a position of privi-


lege, are permitted by the
Speaker of the House and the
Government side.
Senator Turnquest's remarks
regarding Mr Miller were issued
publicly so why is it that Mr
Miller finds it necessary to
respond from the Floor of the
House? This smacks of cow-
ardice on the part of Mr Miller.
Further if he, Mr Miller, feels so
strongly about it why doesn't
he engage Senator Turnquest
in open public debate? The


Prime Minister, obviously, 'has
no control over this man; h& is a
bull who carries his own china
shop around with him and must
truly be a serious embarrass-
ment to the Government.' '
This incident, added to the
already long lidt of debacles
involving Mr Miller, begs the
question: "Who is in charge;1
IAN MABON
Nassau,
November 3, 2005


I'm still here to serve golf


EDITOR, The Tribune
I WOULD like to thank all
my supporters, those who voted
and those who may have on
account of my non appearance
in Freeport for their support, at
the last Bahamas Golf Federa-
tion AGM, Sunday, October 9.
It is my belief that it is moral-
ly and ethically unacceptable
for a paid serving employee of


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OF BAHAMIA WEST, P.O. BOX CB-15232, NASSAU, THE
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
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any organization to offer them-
selves for president.
The fact that my opponent
acknowledged this by taking a
sabbatical paid or unpaid -
after these acts were pointed
out in the press and brought to
the attention of the Minister
responsible, speaks for itself.
I clearly stated my case but
it fell on deaf ears. However,
to the victor goes the spoils and


I wish her the best. It is'imy
opinion that the country knows
that I have the best interest of
the game at hand and if the
incoming leader or the outgoing
for that matter thinks that I can
be of any assistance, then they
can feel free to call on me.
MILFORD E. LOCKHART
Nassau
October 11,2005


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B CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
WHY YOU VEX?
"The Bahamian parliament
is trying to come to grips with
the illegal immigrant situation in
the Bahamas. They have made
a bed and now have to lie in it.
They have allowed thousands
ofNillegals to reside and work
without permits and without
arresting the employers who
were law-breakers. There are
thousands of children born in
the Bahamas of illegal parents.
These young adults now have
a hope of getting citizenship. A
hornet's nest has now been
opened. All
illegal immi- 7
grants just /
have to flood
the-land with
children and
theyare guar-
ahlteed citi-
zenship on
reaching the
age. of 18
years old."
tWithin
two years the
Bahamas as
we- know it
will be no
more, all
because of
sie" n
,-Veronica
dones j
G:r ants s
Town

I vek
because I dri-
ve through Chestnut Street,
Pinewood Gardens, this is the
corner directly opposite Cleve-
land Eneas Primary School. I
ain't lying to you ya hear me -
five children have been
knocked down on the corner
here.
Please Allyson Maynard, you
need to do something; either
pqit P street light and crossing
guarl or a pedestrian crossing. I
wonpter why it is taking so long.
Today is November 3, 2005 and
a beautiful little girl was hit by
an Explorer. What are you wait-
ing for? Please do not let any of
.Q~little darlings lose their lives
.ifyou can help it, and you can.
-F.VDeborahin
Pinewood Gardens.,
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government may consider or
has been advised to give Crown
land to illegal immigrants. Well
whoever come up with that idea
has lost their minds. I mean,
come on! My father had to farm
land for 30 years and go
through three governments
before he got the deed to his
land. And he was a true true
Bahamian. Dem other people
done sneak here on one boat
illegally and we ga reward them
with property? That make any
sense? Land already caused a
gazillion dollars so any land
they got to give away they need
to give to Bahamian young peo-
ple and stop this nonsense.
They already sell out the
beach to the
rich foreign-
) ers so now
they gave the
rest to the
poor foreign-
ers to make
s u r e
Bahamians
get duck egg.
Well all I
say is don't
bu try get no
votes on myo






pe pl n Id r cn
future."
'I truly
vex'.
"I vex that
the Cabinet
got the peo-
sple public
square Raw-
son Square
all them gov-
ernment plate cars. I mean the
tourists can't even take a decent
photo of Sir Milo cause every-
thing all block up. Anywhere
else in the world, you would
never see monuments and pub-
lic display hidden from full view.
I don't know who idea that is,
but they need to do something.
a truly vex again'.
WHY YOU HAPPY?
I am happy because Sergeant
Wilson at the South Beach
Police Station and her con-
cerned officers took the time to
talk to me and my niece about
some problems my niece was
going through. Sergeant Wilson
helped me to get the parents
involved in my niece's activities
and to take my niece to coun-
seling. Thank you, Sergeant
Wilson, I can see the difference
already that taking her to coun-
seling with Mr Johnson has
made. Thanks again and God
bless you. Thank you to Mr
Johnson.
Deborah
Pinewood Garden.
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By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
BAHAMIANS must take
responsibility for their own lev-
el of disaster preparedness
according to John Carey.
He said that it is not govern-
ment's responsibility to pick up
the slack when persons refuse to
do what they are legally
required to do.
Mr Carey, who is the parlia-
mentary secretary in the Min-
istry of Works, told MPs that
while personal responsibility is
absolutely essential in this
regard, it is an area Bahamians
take for granted.
"To expect more from the
government without doing
more on a personal level or liv-
ing up to one's personal respon-
sibility is to want and encourage
slackness," he said.
Mr Carey made the remarks
during his contribution to the
debate on the Bahamas Disas-
ter Preparedness Bill in the
House of Assembly on Wednes-



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A 25-year-old female
employee of the First
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Island branch appeared in the
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It was alleged that Turkessa
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on Wednesday May 4, Thurs-
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The matter was adjourned
to March 16, 2006.


day.
In lending his support to the
bill, Mr Carey said government
must challenge people to do
more to assist themselves, par-
ticularly in the face of natural
disasters.
"Many people are aware of
the potential disasters we face in
the Bahamas and in this region,
such as hurricanes, flooding, etc,
but awareness is not prepared-
ness.
"Preparedness begins only
when people act. We as a gov-
ernment cannot prevent natur-
al disasters. We can only pre-
pare for it if and when it hap-
pens..."
According to Mr Carey, pre-
paredness.puts the country in a
better position to rebound after
disasters.
He added that there has to
be more disaster management
training for government per-
sonnel, and a more disaster
resistant infrastructure.
"We have heard major
investors speak of their disap-


John Carey
pointment in the airports and
its adverse impact on the
tourism product. We need to


have sturdy and good airports
that are able to withstand hur-
ricanes and be available in times
of emergency and that are aes-
thetically pleasing to comple-
ment the tourism product. Why
should an investor spend mil-
lions of dollars in the Bahamas
when our infrastructure is inad-
equate and we are unable to
protect his customers in times of
disasters?"
Mr Carey added that person-
al responsibility also applies to
the way Bahamians maintain
their property and surround-
ings.
This, he said is a point that is
constantly raised in his
Carmichael constituency, which
has a serious graffiti problem.
"The graffiti is on private
property, Flamingo Gardens
Clinic wall, and Gerald Cash
Primary School wall and
throughout the neighborhood.
This nonsense has to stop. How
many more gallons of paint
must I dispatch to the area to
remove the graffiti off the wall?
"If we want a better commu-
nity we must stop these hood-
lums from destroying our prop-
erties and bringing down the
value of the neighbourhood,"
he said.


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HE Building Code
needs to be more
effectively
enforced in the
Family Islands,
,sid Minister of Works Bradley
oberts,.
Mr Roberts said he arrived
this view after observing the
effectt of Hurricanes Frances
nd Jeanne last year.
S"Any code is only as effec-
tive as its implementation and
enforcement. My ministry
icognises this need and will be
makingg the following steps to
address it," he said.
' "New inspectors will be
4cruited to be resident on the
family Islands. They will be
mandated to work closely with
ie local government council
dnd the administrator, to meet
#ie building inspection and code
nforcement needs of the par-


y FELICITY INGRAHAM
ribune Staff Reporter
ONE of Nassau's most
eloved radio DJs recently had
he opportunity to interview
amaica's best known prison
nmate an experience that
ias led her to make a call for
Bahamian prison officials to
ntegrate music into their newly-
leveloped programmes for pris-
Dners.
i J J McKenzie of 100 JAMZ
|old The Tribune in an exclu-
-1ive interview yesterday that
:alking to Jah Cure was one of
he most exciting experiences
;f her 10-year career.
4 Her interview precedes a
large-scale "Millennium Count-
lown" concert to be held
tonight at the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre called "Hail the
WKing", where Jah Cure will
.peak to thousands of Bahami-
S ns and international spectators
live by satellite from a prison
in Jamaica.
He is able to do this through
4a special programme in Jamaica
called Rehabilitation Through
*Music (RTM).
. Endorsed by Jamaican Com-
imissioner of Corrections Major
' Richard Reese, the programme
"allows inmates the opportunity
to write, sing, and record music,
play instruments, as well as
,learn how to edit, arrange and
produce music.
Like the Bahamas, Jamaica
is currently taking its rehabili-


ticular local government juris-
diction," said the minister.
Mr Roberts was speaking in
the House of Assembly on
Wednesday during debate on
the Disaster Preparedness Bill.
The ministry, he said, has
recently trained inspectors from
the Family Islands, who are to
return better-equipped to effec-
tively ensure proper building
regulation.
"Of course, we remain com-
mitted to this process, and I
take this opportunity to encour-
age all local government coun-
cils and administrators to con-
tact my ministry with specific
recommendations of suitable
persons, who can be so trained
by the Ministry of Works," he
said.
Mr Roberts said it is clear
that the Bahamas Building
Code and the Buildings Con-


BRADLEY ROBERTS
trol Division of the ministry has
been and will continue to be
one of the most important mit-
igating factors for effective dis-
aster management in the coun-
try.


IN TUNE Jah Cure warms up for a long-distance Nassau appearance


tation programmes to another
level, with the goal of reforming
inmates so that when they leave
prison, they are able to make
more meaningful and positive
contributions to society.
Major Reese said he sees
"high value" in the music pro-
gramme. It is no different, he
said, from the furniture and
paintings that prisoners create,
which are later bought by mem-
bers of the public.


The minister encouraged
NEMA to deepen its already
effective working relationship
with the Ministry of Works, for
the good of all Bahamians and
visitors. Government, he said,
is fine-tuning the ways and
means by which NEMA should
function in order to be effec-
tive.
"Gone are the days when dis-
asters are to be used as political
footballs or brownie points.
Gone are the days when sup-
plies are dropped off to some
constituency and only certain
persons benefit.
"And gone are the days when
politicians sit in Nassau and
brag about what all they have
done or are doing th regards to
disaster relief when the
places they are talking about
(don't) have a clue where all
the supposed help is, or went,"


touches everyone," she told The
Tribune.
That sentiment was echoed
by Jah Cure during JJ's inter-
view, when he told her that he
uses his music to reach people
all over the world with positive
"vibes".
JJ said the artist is an inspira-
tion to many through his uplift-
ing songs, and that culture
music is "taking over" because
the messages portrayed are
ones to which people from all
walks of life can relate.
His mother, "Manfa Cure",
will make an on stage appear-
ance at the concert tonight, and
Jah Cure's music video will
have its debut.
His latest single, True Reflec-
tion, has claimed the top spots
on music hit lists around the
world.
The song, which begins:
"Behind these prison walls ...
SEE page 11


Worship time: 11am & 7pm


Building Code needs



better enforcement



In the Family Islands


While commending the
increase in educational and
skills training opportunities now
available to Bahamian inmates,
"JJ" said music could be a vital
addition, because it is something
that soothes the soul.
"Deaf people can hear music,
blind people can hear music, it
touches rich, poor, black, and
white; it is the one thing in the
world that comes from God,
was developed by man, and


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* Superior communications and interpersonal skills.

If you have what it takes to succeed in this challenging role and are
interested in joining a company that offers security and very attractive
compensation package as benefits, please forward your resume:



To be received by 8nd November, 2005

PO BOX SS-6352
Nassau Bahamas


SAdult Sunday School: 10am
Church School during Worship Service

Special Service Harvest/ Thanksgiving
Sunday, November 20 at 11:00a.m.

Place: Twynam Heights
off Prince Charles Drive

Minister: Rev. Henley Perry

P.O.Box SS-5631
Telephone number: 324-2538 Telefax number:324-2587
COME TO WORSHIP, LEAVE TO SERVE

THE BAHAMAS CONFERENCE
OF THE METHODIST CHURCH
Hillside Estates, Baltic Avenue, off Mackey Street
m mo P.O. Box SS-5103, Nassau, Bahamas
11""1O Phone: 393-3726/393-2355/Fax: 393-8135
j CHURCH SERVICES
* SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6,2005
25th SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

ASCENSION METHODIST CHURCH, Prince Charles Drive
11:00 a.m. Mr. Philip Clarke
COKE MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Bernard Road
11:00 a.m. Pastor Sharon Loyley/ HC
CURRY MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Zion Boulevard
10:00 a.m. Rev. Carlos Thompson/ HC
7:00 p.m. Rev. Carlos Thompson
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH, East Shirley Street
11:00 a.m. Pastor Martin Loyley/ HC
7:00 p.m. Pastor Martin Loyley
GLOBAL VILLAGE METHODIST CHURCH, Queen's College
&us
9:30 a.m. Rev. James Neilly/ HC
ST. MICHAEL'S METHODIST CHURCH, Churchill Avenue
8:00 a.m. Connections Rev. Philip Stubbs
9:30 a.m. Rev. Philip Stubbs/ HC
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH, Frederick Street
11:00 a.m. Mrs. Kenris Carey
: 7:00 p.m. Mr. Urvan Moxey
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"RENEWAL" on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on ZNS 1
Your Host: Mr. Sidney Pinder
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.Your Host: Mr. Sidney Pinder
ST. MICHAEL'S PRAYER MINISTRY 17TH ANNUAL PRAYER
CONFERENCE
Will be held November 4-6, 2005 under the theme "Steadfast in the
Liberated Power of Christ." Galatians 5: 1. Acts 2: 42 at the Wyndham
Nassau Resort. Cable Beach.

BAHAMAS METHODISTWOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP
Will be holding their monthly meeting on Monday, November 7, 2005
at 7:30p.m. at Ascension Methodist Church. Prince Charles Drive.


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M 00
Minister meets


consultants on


e-government


A TEAM of Canadian gov-
ernment IT consultants engaged
to assist in expanding the
Bahamas' e-government pro-
gramme met Wednesday with
Minister of State for Finance
James Smith.
The consulting team was led
by Mark Lusingnan, acting
director of International Ser-
vices and Auditor of Canada.
Minister Smith noted that the
second phase of the e-govern-
ment programme was
announced two years ago and
is designed to bring the public
service into the 21st century
through information technolo-
gy.
"The last budget communi-
cation indicated that we wanted
to build on this and expand this,
and what we introduced at the
time was a national information
communications framework.
"We said at the time that we
were about to bring to the
Bahamas a very experienced
group of people who could
assist us in this exercise in
enlarging our e-government
effort," Minister Smith said dur-
ing the meeting at the Ministry


of Finance on Cable Beach.
Minister Smith said he and
his ministry hopes that at the
end of the day, information
technology will advance to the
stage where many government
services can be accessed by the
public online.
"We are doing this in con-
junction with the telecommuni-
cation company, having them
to expand their services to facil-
itate this process," said Mr
Smith.
Mr Lusingnan his team is
"extremely honoured and
delighted" to be called upon by
the Ministry of Finance "to take
this vision from reality and
beyond, building on some of the
valuable lessons learnt in Cana-
da and the best practices that
we have developed from our
own experiences."
Mr Lusingnan said the Cana-
dian contribution to the project
will be spearheaded by Deputy
Minister Kent Cochrane, and
Christine Desloges, who could
not attend because of urgent
matters.
He said the project will be
completed in eight months.


A team of Canadian government information technology consultants engaged to assist in expanding the Bahamas' e-government programme paid
a courtesy call on the Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance James Smith on Wednesday at the Ministry of Finance. Shown from left are
Wayde Watson, department national co-ordinator of information technology for government of the Bahamas; Rowena Bethel, legal advisor to the
ministry.of Finance James Smith, senator and minister of state in the Ministry of Finance; Mark Lusignan, acting director International Services
Consulting and Audit Canada; Ram Narayanan, consultant with Public Works and Government Services of Canada; Glenn Richardson, project co-
ordinator of the government of Canada; Helence Tremblay, acting director of government online Canada; Ruth Millar, financial secretary in the
Ministry of Finance.
(BIS Photo: Tim Aylen)


.Chur' is a work o f )rt


Father James Moultrie (right), rector of St Matthew's Anglican Church, was recently
shown'a hand-made replica of the.church producedby artist Michael Jervis. For
many years, Mr Jervis has been creating art pieces using local vegetation


Yvonne hits the KFC jackpot

FOR Yvonne Samuel, the
colonel's Jackpot came just in
time.
This lucky KFC customer was
so busy with her November 5
wedding plans that she didn't
have time to cook, so she took
her next best option KFC.
"I looked at the KFC (Gold-
en Gates branch) on my way
home after a long day and
thought to myself that I should
get some chicken because I
wanted to eat right away," Ms
Samuel explained.
"When they called and told
me I won $1,000 I almost didn't
believe it."
Ms Samuel also is entered in
the $10,000 drawing for Novem-
ber 14.
The promotion, "Colonel's 1
Jackpot", is in its eighth week I
of a 12 week run.
Customer's purchasing any
combo or more are eligible to
enter for a chance to win a
weekly prize of $1,000 (drawn
from each of the nine KFC
restaurants in Nassau) and also
a monthly prize of $10,000.


Yvonne Samuel (right)


YOUR CONNECTIOI*4.O THE WORLD


VACANCY NOTICE

The Bahamas Telecommunications Company Limited (BTC) invites applications from
suitably qualified individuals to fill the position of Senior Marketing & Sales Representative
in its Marketing Department.

JOB SUMMARY:

The Senior Marketing & Sales Representative conducts primary and secondary market
research to determine industry and technological issues and trends. This position is
responsible for taking market and competitive research intelligence and translating that
data into recommendations for Product Development.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITES:

Monitor, track and analyze technological trends and factors locally and
internationally to provide guidance for future strategies.
Conduct and/ or coordinate internal and external market research as required.
Develop and implement customer surveys when appropriate to gain market
intelligence.
Develop product development recommendations based on data received through
the above market research.
Interface with outside market research and competitive analysis firms as needed.
Have direct contact with customers and vendors.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

1. Bachelors Degree in Marketing or Business Administration with a minimum
of three (3) years in a market and competitive analysis type organization.
2. Strong computer skills, including the development of presentations with charts
and graphs.
3. Strong datatbase software skills, including but not limited to, Microsoft Access.
4. Experience in the telecommunications industry is a plus
5. Strong interpersonal and Communication skills.
6. Ability to make sound business decisions.

All applications are to be received at BTC's Head office, 21 John F. Kennedy Drive, no
later than Friday, November 18, 2005 and addressed as follows:

DIRECTOR
HUMAN REOURCES & ADMINISTRATION
THE BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO. LTD.
NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS

RE: SENIOR MARKETING & SALES REPRESENTATIVE


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S- Oil firm profits




agents' role eyed


FROM page one

to the US. However, 65 million gallons of gasoline
at a mark up of 33 cents per gallon translates
into $21.45 million.
However, Vincent Coleby, chairman of gov-
ernment's Fuel Usage Committee said that the
local oil companies (Shell, Esso, and Texaco) do
not make a "large profit" as most of the money is
still transferred overseas to their head offices.
"Those billions are an aggregate of all their
stations over the world, most of them being in the
US. But the oil companies by comparison are


anxious crowd v

FROM page one

over her court and not Her Majesty's Prison.
An anxious crowd stood outside the courts
on Bank Lane yesterday, moving to Parliament
Street chanting "freedom is a must", as murder
accused Deslin Nicholls and Randino Pratt were
escorted to court shortly after 2pm yesterday.
The pair was discovered on board a Haitian
sailboat on Monday with 38 undocumented
Haitians who were attempting to land in the
Bahamas. The men, who are both thought to be
of Haitian descent, were turned over to police
officials at Mathew Town, Inagua.. They were
then brought to New Providence. The men had
been wanted by police since 2002 for questioning
in connection with the murder of Warren Kirk


Dwight and Keva Major speak with lawyers Michael Kemp and Donna Major outside the Supreme Court.
(Photo: Franklyn G Ferguson)


Majors to appeal verdict


FROM page one

"90" Knowles and Saddam Hussein will prejudice
the possibility of a fair trial in the US.
However, Justice Hugh Small had ruled in
favour of Knowles' lawyers when they presented
such arguments to the court.
Mr Kemp had also submitted in earlier pro-
ceedings that US drug officers who were in an
OPBAT helicopter at the time when the drugs,
alleged to belong to Major were seized, said they
were seized in the Bimini area. Mr Kemp ques-
tioned, then, why his clients are being sought
for extradition at all.
Justice Isaacs also ruled that statements made
by Mr Bradley Roberts and alleged statements by
Magistrate Carolita Bethel about hits being placed
on them by the accused would not affect their
extradition proceedings.
Mr Kemp also brought to the court's attention


that while Broward County listed five offences on
their indictment sheet against the accused, the
magistrate committed them only on three.
Therefore, he said, the "face of the committal"
is wrong.
While the judge admitted to the defect in the
committal, he referred to it as "technical", with-
out much weight on the alleged offences.
The decision, however, does not mean that
extradition proceedings against the pair will go
forth, because their lawyers now plan to take
their argument that the constitutional rights of
their clients have been violated, to a higher court.
Dwight Major, said Mr Kemp, remains in a
solitary confinement cell with extra bolts, locks
and steel plates, which was designed for punish-
ment only and for temporary purposes.
Keva Major, he said, is a mother of four,
whom he feels has not been implicated by the
intercepted telephone conversations nor the coop-
erating US witnesses.


Police unable to confirm


officers' 'involvement'


FROM page one

"I know that the police were called to deal
with them, but you know nothing really hap-
pened to them cause they were also police," he
said.


Speaking to the press yesterday police liaison
officer Walter Evans confirmed that Harbour
Island police officers are investigating an inci-
dent involving a group of persons who were vis-
iting the island, however, he was unable to con-
firm if the persons were indeed police officers.


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doing quite well, despite the fact that their figures
are not released to the public," he said.
Mr Coleby explained that one of the largest
single factors in the cost of fuel locally is an "inter-
mediary" or agent of the oil company who pur-'
chases fuel, predominately from Curaqao,
Venezuela, and resells it back to the oil company
at an "unknown" margin.
"That is a substantial component of the price
build up for the resulting price at the pumps. The
intermediary purchases the fuel from the refinery
and then sells it to the oil company, and this same
trading entity is owned by the oil company that
they are selling to," he said.


watches accused

Ferguson.
According to court dockets on Monday, Feb-
ruary 25, 2002, the men, being concerned with
others by means of unlawful harm, are accused of
causing the death of Warren Kirk Ferguson.
Ferguson, who was 30 years old at the time of
his death, was reportedly gunned down in broad
daylight outside Sandilands Primary School, Fox
Hill. At the time it was thought that he was the
victim of retaliatory measures taken for incidents
in which he was allegedly involved.
Nicholls and Pratt were not required to plead
to the charges. They were informed by the mag-
istrate that her court had no authority to grant bail
in the matter although they could make an appli-
cation to the Supreme Court.
The case was adjourned to February 15, 2006,


RE: SENIOR ASSOCIATE FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION


YOUR CONNECTION f O THE WORLD



VACANCY NOTICE
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company Limited (BTC) invites applications from suitably qualified
individuals to fill the position of SeniorAssociate in its Finance & Administration Division.
JOB SUMMARY
Perform varied accounting functions requiring familiarity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
and international Accounting Standards.
Responsibilities will include ensuring accurate input to General ledger, conducting regular monitoring of
revenue accounts and reconciling prepaid expenses and revenue in advance accounts. In addition, assist in
the production of the monthly Corporate Performance Reports.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Review of Billing interface
Ensure that extract files agree to Billing summary reports
Ensure that debits and credits balance and that all GL accounts are valid
Ensure complete export of file to the financial accounting system
Check validation process before approval and update to general ledger.
2. Review of Cash and Adjustments interface
Ensure that extract files agree to Cash and Adjustment summary reports
Ensure that debits and credits balance and that all GL accounts are valid
Ensure complete export of file to financial accounting system
-. Check validation process before approval and update to general ledger.
3. Complete weekly and monthly investigations of all revenue accounts
Complete variance analysis of all accounts
Liaise with various departments for enquiries and corrections
Prepare manual journal entries where necessary.
4. Load the revenue budget into the financial accounting system on an annual basis.
5. Complete monthly reconciliations of prepayment accounts, including:
General Insurance
Vehicle Insurance
Rent
Miscellaneous
Directories
6. Complete Monthly Revenue in Advance reconciliation:
Rental
Cellular
7. Ensure that all general ledger accounts are introduced properly in the various categories:
Asset
Liability
Equity
Income
Expense
8. Journal Processing:
Ensure that all journal entries are keyed accurately and timely
Review accrual Journals ensure that flags are set properly and reversing
Journals are set for the correct period Approve and Update journals on a daily basis
9. Maintain Financial Reports
Ensure that all GL accounts are placed in the appropriate report per the class of account;
Ensure that report agree to the Trial Balance
10. Any other duties assigned by Department management.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
1. A Bachelor's Degree in Accounts or Finance with four (4) years experience in a related field.
2. Solid analytical and problem-solving skills, results oriented with close attention to detail
3. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
4. Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines
5. Must be proficient with Mictosoft Office applications
6. Knowledge of Peoplesoft applications would be an asset.
All applications are to be received at BTC's Head office, 21 John F. Kennedy Drive, no later than Friday,
November 18, 2005 and addressed as follows:
DIRECTOR
HUMAN RESOURCES & ADMINISTRATION
THE BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO. LTD.
NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS


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W HAT'S ON IN AND AROUND NASSAU


E MAI L : OUT THE RE @ TR IBUNEME D 1IA.NET


Millennium Countdown 6: "Hail the King" @ The
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre, Saturday, November 5,
featuring Fanton Mojah, Perfect, DYCR, Nanko, Bun-
go Herman, Macka Diamond, Harry Toddler, Gyptian,
Bascom X, Anthony B and a surprise special artist, all
backed by the Live Wyah Band. Tickets available at
the Juke Box- $25 (general admission before the show);
$75 (VIP); $200 (platinum); and $35 (general, at the
gate). Gates open at 6pm. Showtime, 9pm.

Visit Festival Place at Prince George Wharf and enjoy
a day of shopping for authentic Bahamian-made gifts,
souvenirs and delicious Bahamian sweets and treats.
Every Friday starting at 5pm, join us for a Bahamian
Revue, live entertainment, native bands, limbo dancers
and Junkanoo performances.

Gospel choirs will be competing each Saturday, for a
period of six weeks, at the Braiders Square at Festival
Place on Prince George Wharf. Choirs will be judged on
musicianship, group coordination and symmetry, tech-
nique, versatility of chosen song, program choice and
presentation of final performance. The choir categories
include ladies, men, mixed voice, youth and groups of
choirs. The competition will commence with prelimi-
naries in October and finals in November and Decem-
ber. One group will be eliminated each Saturday. The
selection of the winning choir is scheduled to take place
at the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on December
10, at 6pm at Festival Place.

Celebrities on Stage: Elton John, Cher, Bette Midler,
Barbara Streisand and Neil Diamond all in one theatre
- or at least that's what one might think when sitting
down for Celebrities on Stage, a new show opening at
the Crystal Palace Casino this month. In reality, the
'stars' on stage are actually the Edwards Twins two
celebrity impersonators that look and sound like over
100 superstars. Celebrities on Stage plays for the next 13
to 16 weeks, Tuesday through Saturday at 8:30pm at the
Rainforest Theatre, Crystal Palace Casino. For tickets
call the theatre box office, 327-6200 ext. 6758.

Bacardi Happy Hour @ Power Boat Adventures Bar and
Grill (one door east of Texaco Harbour Bay), every
Friday. $3 Bacardi drinks all night and $3 beers.

Ladies Night @ Power Boat Adventures Bar and Grill,
every Saturday. Ladies free, Gents, $10 all night. Bacardi
Big Apple and other drink specials all night long.

Wild Jungle, each and every Wednesday night @ Club
Trappers, Nassau's "upscale" gentleman's club. Fea-
turing a female body painting extravaganza. Free body
painting @ 8 pm. Ladies always welcome. Admission:
Men free before 10 pm. Females free. There will be
free food and hors d'oeuvres between 9 and 10 pm.
Open until 4 am.

Ladies Night @ Fluid Lounge, this and every Thursday
night. Doors open at 10pm. Ladies free before lam,
$10 after. Guys: $15 all night. Drink special: 3 @ $10
(Bacardi) Giveaways and door prizes every week.

Saturday Night Live every Saturday night @ Club Fluid,
Bay St. The biggest party of the week, pumping all your
favourite hits all night long. Ladies in free before llpm.
Strict security enforced.

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

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

Reggae Tuesdays @ Bahama Boom. Cover charge
includes a free Guinness and there should be lots of
prizes and surprises. Admission: Ladies $10 and Men
$15.

Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters Sports Bar
every Wednesday 5pm-8pm. Free appetizers and numer-
ous drink specials.

The Pit @ Bahama Boom, every Thursday. Doors 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. Admission:
Ladies free before llpm, $15 after; Guys $20 all night.

Dicky Mo's @ Cable Beach. Flavoured Fridays Happy
Hour, every Friday. Drink specials: Smirnoff Kamikaze
Shots, $1; Smirnoff Flavoured Martinis, 2 for $10;
Smirnoff Flavoured Mixed Drinks, 3 for $10. Bahamian
Night (Free admission) every Saturday with live music
from 8 pm to midnight. Karaoke Sundays from 8pm to
midnight, $1 shots and dinner specials all night long.


I'wide on the decks.

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

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

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

TooLooSe @ Indigo Restaurant on West Bay St and
Skyline Drive. Singer/songwriter Steven Holdeo per-
forms solo with special guests Thursday fronfr9pm -
midnight.

The Graham Holden Deal @ The Green Parrot....David
Graham, Steve Holden, Tim Deal and Friends perform
Sunday, 7pm 10pm @ Hurricane Hole on Paradise
Island.

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

Sunday Night Interlude @ Briteley's Restaurant &
Lounge, Eneas St off Poinciana Drive. Featuring Frankie
Victory at the key board in the After Dark Room every
Sunday, 8.30pm to midnight.'Fine food and drinks.

Paul Hanna, Tabatha and Gernie, and the Caribbean
Express perform at Traveller's Rest, West Bay St, every,
Sunday, 6.30pm-9.30pm.

The Arts '


The official opening for the "Process" Art Show by
Holly Parotti, will be held Saturday, November 5, from
12pm to 6pm. Her recent etchings will be on display at
the Post House Gallery, Prospect Ridge, until Satur-
day, November 12.

Jessica's Tileworks will be featured during a Ceramic
Artist Open House that will showcase original Bahami-
an handmade Christmas gifts and corporate gift items.
The show will be held Monday, November, 7 to Saturday
November 12, from 10am to 4pm.


Comfort Suites Resort will be featuring the work of
Bahamian artists Mick Guy and Joann Behagg, in their
lobby. The work, wood carvings, clay and ceramic
pieces, will be on display Friday, November 5, from
6pm to 10pm and on Saturday, November 6, from 12pm
to 6pm.

The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB) will
be hosting a series of workshops throughout November.
Persons interested in attending any of the sessions should
contact the NAGB.

An Adult Workshop: Ceramic Tilemaking, Wednes-
day, November 2, 6:30pm to 9:30pm and Saturday,
November 5, 10:30am to 1:30pm. The workshop will
cover the basic steps to creating tiles for any project.
The class also covers underglazes and basic glaze con-
cepts.

Youth Workshop: Making Junkanoo, on Saturday,
November 12 from 10am to 2pm. The workshop begins
at the NAGB and moves to a local Junkanoo Shack to
experience the process of Junkanoo costume making.
The group will then return to the Gallery to put togeth-
er a headpiece.

Artist Talk: David Smith, of England, embarked on a
series of works motivated in part by seeing US movies at
Nassau drive-in theaters. The NAGB has invited Smith
to discuss his past and present work.

Youth Workshop: Mural Painting on Saturday Novem-
ber 26 from 10am to 2pm and Sunday, November 27,
from 3pm to 6pm. Children will be engaged in painting
a new mural on the exterior walls of the NAGB at West
and West Hill Streets under the direction and in the
style of the artist John Paul Saddleton.

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 collec-
tion, including recent acquisitions by Blue Curry, Anto-
nius Roberts and Dionne Benjamin-Smith. Call 328-
5800 to book tours. This exhibition closes February 28,
2006.


Tuesdays and Thursdays at Nassau gymNastics Sea-
grapes location (off Prince Charles Drive). Doctor
approval is required. Call 364-8423 to register or for
more information.

Diabetes Diriections a FREE diabetic support group
meets the first Monday of each month at 6.30pm at
New Providence Community Centre, Blake Road. Din-
ner is provided and free blood sugar, blood pressure
and cholesterol testing is available. For more info call
702-4646 or 327-2878

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 certified
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.




Ai3. .Nasai Bhamas Alumnae chapter fDeltia Sigma
..."i jiil itoJcorporated meets 6:30 pm .; 'r I
Weidns ayat tEe Bahamas National Pride BIfidiing:

Toastmasters Club 3596 meets at the British Colonial
Hilton Monday's at 7pm.

The Bahamas Historical Society will host a meeting at
6pm on Thursday, October 27 at the Museum on Shirley
Street and Elizabeth Avenue. Dr Keith Tinker, Direc-
tor, Antiquities, Monuments and Museum, and Mr Per-
icles Maillis will speak on Clifton Plantation, including
the cultural aspect, new archaeological finds and the
current efforts to save this important historical site.
The general public is invited to attend.

Toastmasters Club 1095 meets Tuesday, 7.30pm @ 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 Colonial
Hilton. Club 1600 meets Thursday, 8.30pm @ Supet .
Clubs Breezes. Club 7178 meets Tuesday, 6pm @ The-
Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave.
Club 2437 meets every second, fourth and fifth Wedne
day at the J Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave
6pm. Club 612315 meets Monday 6pm @ Wyndhari
Nassau Resort, Cable Beach. Club 753494 meets every
Wednesday, 6pm-8pm in the Solomon's Building, East-
West Highway. Club 3596 meets at the British Colonial,
Hilton Mondays at 7pm. Club Cousteau 7343 meets
every Tuesday night at 7.30 in the Chickcharney Hotel,
Fresh Creek, Central Andros. 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 Tues-
day, 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 second 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 Profes-
sionals, Bahamas Chapter meets the third Thursday of
every month @ Superclubs Breezes, Cable Beach, 6pm.


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addressed by former Minister
of Tourism Sir Arthur Foulkes,
who encouraged those hon-
oured to persevere as their
work is the nation's principal
business and main source of
prosperity.
All photos by Derek Smith,
BIS


Charity Armbrister, director of the Exuma Tourist Office was recognised
by thel ministry for 25 years of service. Also pictured are Minister. of
Tourism, Obie Wilchcombe (1) and permanent secretary Colin Higgs.


MIWilchcombe (r), greetsformer minister of Tourism, Sir Arthur
Foidlkes. Mr Foulkes delivered the keynote address to hpnourees.


Kendda)Major (I) and Donna Mackey gave the ministry 29 years of service.


Music could be


just Ja

F OM page seven
malks Jah Cure, whose real
name is Siccaturie Alcock, a
reflection of the emotions asso-
ciated of life behind bars.
Daring his interview with JJ,
Jah Cure said that his'song is
for everyone, because while
they'_may not be in jail, some
feel imprisoned by their work
or Iersonal lives, as well as in
other ways.
Tr.ue Reflection is a shining
exainple of the success of
Jantica's new rehabilitative
programme, as it was co-written
by senior policeman in the
Jamnaica Constabulary, Super-
inteXdent Gladstone Wright.
Mi Wright defended his com-
mercial collaboration with a
convicted rapist as an extension
of community policing.
He told the Jamaica Observ-
er: '~We are not oblivious to the
stigiba attached to persons who
are~ lleged to have committed
crimes and we know this has
some cause for concern.
"But what we have tried to
do is focus on the programme
and not the person. There are
individuals that we felt could
ignite the programme better
than others and Jah Cure is one
of them.
"I'm sure that many youths
on the corner have found some
relevance in the lyrics and have
found something to identify
witi'from his songs."
Jah Cure's appearance is just


h Cure'

one in a superstar line up for
tonight, including Anthony B,
Fantan Mojah, DYCR, Nanko,
Macka Diamond, Gyptian and
Junior Kelley.
Organiser and president of
Down Sound Records Joseph
Bogdanovich is a part of the
RTM programme. He is pro-
ducer of Jah Cure's latest hit,
and his other works have also
received similar international'
attention.
JJ said if such a programme is
implemented at Her Majesty's
Prisons, it would require the
right persons with quality sound
equipment who know the
industry and could produce top
products.
She said that she is aware of
her substantial listenership at
the prison, which shows just
how effective a tool music is in
promoting positivity.
In a recently-released
Bahamas prison supplement, it
was revealed that educational
programmes will be expanded
to include more than just liter-
acy skills and passing national
examinations.
Today, inmates have the
chance to learn junkanoo arts
and crafts, cosmetology, floral
design, small business manage-
ment, electronics, hospitality,
agriculture, welding, electron-
ics, construction Liades, ceram-
ics, drug abuse education, job
preparedness, anger and emo-
tion management, and living
without violence.


Director general of Tourism, Vemice Walkine was awarded for 26 years of service to the Ministry of Tourism during a Long Service Recognition
Luncheon last Monday. Also pictured are Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe (r) and parliamentary secretary Agatha Marcelle.


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THE Ministry of Tourism
honoured 72 long serving
employees during a gala awards
luncheon at the British Colo-
nial Hilton on October 31.
The:employees honoured had
given the organisation between
25 and 29 years of dedicated
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NASSAU EVENTS CAPTURED ON CAMERA


DEPUTY Chief Magistrate Cheryl A P Albury (second from right) was sworn in as Act-
ing Justice of the Supreme Court October 31 by Acting Governor General Paul Adderley.
Pictured (1-r) are Attorney Alex Ferguson with his daughter, Chloe; Attorney Candia
Albury-Ferguson; Chief Justice Sir Burton Hall; Mrs Albury and her husband; Basil H
Albury, director of investment in the Ministry of Financial Services and Investment.




'An evening of champagne,


charity and commitment'


'We are challenged

to become social

engineers'


Following the admit-
tance of nine new
lawyers to the
Bahamas Bar on
October 27, Sharmie Farring-
ton-Austin gave a stirring reply
on behalf of the nine new
lawyers: She said that "times
have changed, the faces, the
pace and the development of
law are constantly changing.
Indeed globalisation is upon us.
The numbers of lawyers in this
noble profession in the
Bahamas has certainly grown.
Although times have changed,
His Lordship, as new lawyers
we recognised that there is one
thing that remains constant,
that is above all;. lawyers must
always maintain their integrity.
We have come to a noble pro-
fession and hence we are called
to a greater level of responsi-
bility. To whom much is given,
much is required..."
She reminded her colleagues
of the challenge that lies ahead
of them and stated that "As
new Bahamian lawyers we are
challenged to become social
engineers. We must play a piv-
otal role and do more to shape


* PICTURED in the front row (1-r) are
Suffragan Bishop Ellis Farrington, Daisy
Farrington, Madeline Machey, Attorney
Darrel E Rolle, Attorney Sharmie Far-
rington-Austin admitted to the Bahamas
Bar October 27 Omar Austin, Beatrice
Davis, Attorney Sandradee Gardiner. Pic-
tured in the back row are Darnell Curry,
Nathaniel Mackey, Victoria Mackey,
Sharon Rolle and Remelda Been.


M PICTURED (1-r) are Harold Carter, attorney Tiffany Carter
- admitted to the Bahamas Bar October 27 Cheryl Carter
and Frank Carter.


and mould our own jurispru-
dence. Our laws must reflect
the realities of the Bahamian
society and a changing world
demands that we do more to
protect our sovereignty and
those things that make us
Bahamian. We must bring the
law to the people and not wait
for the people to come before
the law..."


Therefore, she urged them
that as they have come to a
noble profession, they must
rise, confront, and meet the
challenges that await us. She
challenged them to arise
because through their training
they have been empowered to
meet these challenges, and
"arise to their appointment with
destiny!"


* THE Bahamas' AIDS Foundation recently held "An Evening of Champagne, Charity and Com-
mitment", drawing a crowd of supporters to the Caf6 Resturant in the Royal Towers at Atlantis.
The sold-out event is one of many fundraisers organised by the foundation to bring public
awareness to HIV/AIDS, and the need for a cure. Pictured (l-r) are attorney Tanya Galanis, attor-
ney Sharlyn Smith, Miss World Bahamas 2005 Ordain Moss, Bernadette Christie, Miss Universe
Natalie Glebova, Camille Barnett, La Fonda Sutton-Burke, Miss Bahamas Universe Denia
Nixon and Najah Finlayson.


* PICTURED (1-r) are Leslie Vanderpool, Michelle Malcolm, Attorney Sharon Wilson; Miss
Universe Natalie Glebova, Sarah Parker, Betty Vedrine and Keith Parker.


* PICTURED (1-r) are Phona Knowles, Kelly DeGregory,
Dr Sythela Cambridge and Brendan Davis.


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* TENNIS
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
A SHOT at a third consecutive title is within the
grasp of Mark Knowles and tennis doubles partner
Daniel Nestor (right).
With a win over Julien Benneteau and Nicolas
Mahut, 6-3, 6-7 (2), 6-4 on Thursday, Knowles and
Nestor secured a spot in the quarterfinals of the
BNP Paribas tournament.
The tournament, which is being played in Paris,
France, will wrap up on Sunday evening.
Currently Knowles and Nestor are awaiting the
winners of Gregory Carraz and Antony Dupuis
against Dominik Hirbaty and Thomas Johansson.
The result from this game was not available up to
press time.
Ranked number four in the tournament, Knowles
and Nestor recently claimed the BA-CA Trophy
and the Masters Series.
And the pair have already qualified for the Tennis
Masters Cup in Shanghai, China.
In the ATP Doubles Race Knowles and Nestor
are currently ranked number four with 660 points.


* By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
FAMILY and friends of
Jacqueline 'Lil Stunt' Moxey
are preparing to say their
final farewells.
Known as a Bahamian
softball legend by many of
her peers, Jackie be laid to
rest today at the Kemp Road
Ministries, Kemp Road, at
10am, the interment will fol-
low at the Lakeview Memo-
rial.
Described by many as the
life of the party and a team
leader, Moxey died on Octo-
ber 26th.

Inspiration
"My inspiration, motiva-
tion and a team leader, she is
gone but will never ever be
forgotten," said Mary Edge-
combe, starting pitcher of
the Electro Telecom Wild-
cats.
"I will truly miss her. She
called me before every game
just to find out how I was
doing. Her team spirit will
live on through all the teams
she played for. Jackie has


touched persons on and off
the field.
"In my opinion no one
else has the love for the
game like Jackie Moxey. I've
known Jackie for more than
15 years, in fact she has been.
playing, for the team for
more than 10 years. We were
not only teammates, but we
were like sisters, and that
showed when we put as
roommates on national
teams."
Moxey's former teammate
Jackie Conyers reflected on
the moment she saw her in
hospital.
She said: "To see Jackie
laying there helpless and in a
'terrible state was devastat-
ing.
"Although she has passed
her memories will still live
on, she will always be
remembered as that bubbly
person to me. Jackie was a
'bubbly', energetic person,
one who always brought life
to the games and surround-
ings.
"She was always a com-
mitted, dedicated player who
took the game very serious.
She brought inspiration to
the team, and I could always


remember looking forward
to the games, even the little
ones because I knew she
would be there, on time and
ready to play.

Presence

"Our connection grew
through softball, although I
was only able to play with
her for a few years. When
she left to play for another
team her presence on our
team was definitely missed.
There were so many positive
things about Jackie that I
could remember,.she is a
true role model.
"Although she has passed
her memories will still live
on, she will always be
remembered as that bubbly
person to me."
Moxey was the starting
right fielder for the
Wildcats, who were seeking
a fifth Bahamas. Softball
Federation National
Title.
Shortly before her death
Moxey helped her team cap-
ture their fifth New Provi-
dence Softball Association
title.


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schemes to eliminate her two-timing husband. (CC) (CC)
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V :00) I Love the I Love the '80s: 3D "1986" Three I Love the'80s: 3D "1987" "Moon- I Love the '80s: 3D "1988" "Koko-
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(6:15) ** ** THE RUNDOWN (2003, Adventure) The Rock, :45) Spoken & THE GRUDGE(2004, Horror)
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amily she blames for her woes. 'R' to stop an assassination. 0 'R (CC) Chloe. 'NR'
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*** THE MA- *** THE MATRIX RELOADED (2003, Science Fiction) (PA) Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishbume, Carrie-
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Keanu Reeves.
(:00) Adam Car- Adam Carolla Project "The Fellow- Adam Carolla Project The Rob- Adam Carolla Project "Who
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TRAINING DAY (2001, ** RED DRAGON (2002, Suspense) Anthony Hopkins, Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes.
USA Crime Drama) Denzel Washington, An FBI agent asks Hannibal Lecter to help him nail a killer. (CC)
Ethan Hawke. (CC)
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(6:30) ** FAT ALBERT (2004) Kenan Thompson. Live ac- ** WELCOME TO MOOSEPORT (2004, Comedy)
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6:45) *'A SECRET WINDOW (:45) SPEED 2: CRUISE CONTROL (1997, Suspense) Sandra Bulock, Jason Patric,
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with a gold digger. ) 'PG-13' (CC) bond at a novelist's home. 0 (CC) (CC)
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THE RULES A sion in Egypt. 0 'R'(CC) Lee Curtis. 0 'R' (CC)
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