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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11,2006, PAGE


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11976: Mrs King presents then governor general Sir Milo Butler a book written by her, entitled
[yILife with Martin Luther King Jr. Looking on are Lady Caroline Butler, Sir Clement Maynard
nd his wife, Zoe Maynard.


* FEBRUARY 13, 1979: Mrs King visits with then minister of tourism Sir Clement Maynard and
formerigovernor general, the late Sir Gerald Cash and his wife Lady Cash. From left to right -
Lady Dorothy Cash, the late Martin Luther King's sister Naomi King, Sir Clement, Coretta Scott
King, Sir Gerald Cash and Helen Bethel, wife of Baltron Bethel who was then Director of
Tourism.
(Photo: Franklyn G Ferguson


* NAOMI King and Mrs King are greeted by then minister of tourism Sir Clement Maynard as she
arrives at Nassau International Airport for a vacation at the Ocean Club on Paradise Island.


SSISTER of Martin Luther King Jr, Naomi King; Ross Hans
justicee general manager of Lows Hotel; Coretta Scott King;
oeyJohnson sales manager of Lows.

S-the world bids farewell to
Z6oretta Scott King widow of
iconic civil rightsleader
.Martin Luther King Jr, who
vsi-assassinated in 1968 in
Memphis, Tennessee In
Days Gone By takes a look
back at Mrs King's visits to the
Bahamas in 1973 and 1976
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Clarke 'stabbed in neck'


FROM page one
punched Clark repeatedly
before Jeffrey Miller took a
knife from Derek Bastian and
stabbed Clark once in the
neck.
Green told the court that
during the altercation, he was
in the back ieat of the car with
a man he knew as "Isaac", who
is now deceased.
Green said that he got out
of the car and ran onto the
nearby dock and into the sea.
There, he said, he saw John
Moxey, also a prosecution wit-
ness in the case.
He claimed Moxey had got
out of the car and had run into
the se'a when the vehicle had
reversed and collided into a
nearby truck just before the


altercation had occurred.
Green told the court that he
noticed that Moxey was badly
injured.
According to Green's testi-
mony, Moxey, while inside
Travellers Rest, had been in
an altercation with Neil Pros-
per, also one of the six men
charged with Peter Clark's
murder.
According to Green, a fight
had erupted between Moxey,
Jeffrey Miller, Derek Bastian
and Raymond Hepburn.
Green told the court yester-
day that he helped Moxey back
to the "Bay" where he con-
tacted J J Moxey, John Mox-
ey's brother who later came
and took him to the clinic.
Green told the.court that he
saw one stab wound on John


Moxey's back and another on
his leg.
According to Green, the
next day, he went to the Man-
grove Cay police station where
he gave a statement to police.
The men accused of the
murder are: Don Bastian, son
of South Andros MP Whitney
Bastian; Derek Bastian; Ray-
mond Hepburn; Neil Prosper;
Jerome Bastian and Jeffrey
Miller.
The men are also charged
with the attempted murder of
John Moxey also a witness in
the case.
It is alleged that they caused
the death of Clark and
attempted to murder Moxey;
during an altercation outside
the Travellers Rest restaurant
in Mangrove Cay, Andros.


Men denied bail in extradition case


FROM page one
men's conversations and inter-
preted the content as being
drug-related.
They said that authorisations
for the wire taps were missing
from the indictment.


Magistrate Carolita Bethel
decided to allow the misplaced
forms into evidence, a year and
a half after the trial.
The families are also upset
that the men are being held in
the maximum security unit,
and claim they are receiving


"cruel and inhumane" treat-
ment.
Prison officials have said
that high profile inmates, even
the ones on remand, will
remain in the maximum secu-
rity unit until another suitable
facility is built.


Ministers criticised for leaving country


FROM page one
respect to the Ministry of
National Security, that they are
virtually incapable of doing
what they ought to do. This
comes on the heels of the inci-
dent at Fox Hill Prison where
there was the worst escape in
the history of the country
where they have appointed a
band of subordinate officers to


report on what has happened,"
he said.
The incident has alerted
three US Congressmen who
have sent letters requesting an
investigation into the matter
to US Secretary of State Con-
doleezza Rice and US Ambas-
sador John Rood.
On Thursday the Bahamas
Consulate in Miami received
a bomb threat by a woman


who, calling anonymously,
delivered the message "we are
going to put a bomb in your
building today."
Maria Josefa Arias, 50, has
since confessed to police that
she was responsible for plac-
ing the call.
Police say that there is no
evidence that she has any con-
nection to the Cuban Democ-
racy Movement.


Huge delays at immigration desk


FROM page one
However, last night another
supervisor denied that this was
the reason for the passenger
build up. Increased tourist
arrivals, he said, contributed
to the long lines.
Last night, The Tribune
interviewed on-duty supervi-
sor Granville Butler who said
that between 1.45pm to about
4 25pm Fnda\ there were "'big"
jets coming in at the airport


with more than 300 persons at
a time.
"We have a tourism boost
and there is nothing we can do
about it if we have'13 booths
open. If the tourists have the
hall piled up that is $15 a
head, and we are going to
work those people," said Mr
Butler.
He said it was "a lie" that
the process was slowed because
frainee officers were manning
the booths.


Passengers experiencing long
lines is nothing new at Nassau
International Airport.
In early January persons
,experienced long lines at the
departure hall.
According to reports, much
of the delays were due to the
installation of the six new CTX
security screening machines.
Also, last December thou-
sands of passengers were
stranded at the airport after
the radar malfunctioned.


* AGNES Tynes receives her pin of final commitment, as she now becomes an Oblate of
St Benedictine, associates with the Sisters of Benedictine community.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/ Tribune Staff)



Oblates accepted at



Nassau monastery


* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
HISTORY was made at St
Martin's Monastery on Nassau
Street late yesterday afternoon
as the Benedictine convent
accepted its first group of
Oblates.
On Friday evening, 19 men
and women of the Catholic and
Anglican faiths pledged to be
followers of the community of
St Benedict by going through
the rite of oblation and final
commitment.
The Oblates are an extension
of the Sisters of St Benedict and
will help the nuns in their vari-
ous ministries of teaching and
pastoral work.
Unlike the Sisters of St Bene-
dict, the Oblates do not have to
li\e ati. he coni ent and they can
D'uiinf2 the cci-rm. ,n' in the
con\.ni (nt Ch.ipi- l 'I linmacu-


late Conception the candidates
formed a semi-circle in front of
the altar as they dedicated
themselves to the service of
God and humanity, according
to the Rule of Saint Benedict.
Sister Annie Thompson,
Mother Superior and Prioress,
led the questioning and admo-
nition of the candidates. The
candidates, who range in .age
from 45 to 70 years, promised to
live the Benedictine way of life,
which is a life of prayer and
work.
The candidates were given an
Oblates pin which has a cross
at the centre. This serves as a
reminder that they have taken
up their cross to follow Jesus.
Sister Annie said it was a
"tremendous achievement" for
the convent to welcome its first
group of oblates.
"It's a ltep in the right direc-
tio'n. Sometimes \ou feel little
dicoui.igcd hen you are not


getting the vocations to become -
nuns. With this new interest, it
makes you feel that you are
doing something worthwhile,"
she said.
Anthony Butterfield, a
retired BaTelCo technician' aid
parishioner of St MattheW s
Anglican church, said he was
an Oblate at St Augustine's
Monastery. Yesterday, he.was
able to continue with his com-
mitment to the work of God by
joining the Oblates of St Maft-.,
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He said he plans to minister-:
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Among the oblates per-_-
sons not under vows but dedi--,
cated to religious life or work '
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Margaret Hospital, being
presented with an Award of
Fellowship from the Royal
College of Paediatrics and
Child Health by the president
of the Royal College
Professor Sir Alan Croft at
the convocation of the College
in York, England.
Dr Roberts, who is also the
official physician to the
Bahamian Olympic team, has
had a long and illustrious
career in the field of paedi-
atrics.
In his proposal of Dr Roberts
for the fellowship, John
Forfar, retired emeritus
professor of Child Life and
Health in the University of
Edinburgh, said: "I have
watched Dr Roberts' career
progress and have seen him
rise to become consultant
paediatrician, then chief of
paediatrics in PMH in the
Bahamas.
"I had the opportunity of
visiting him in Nassau and
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SJERMAINEho Cho' Mackey
* JERMAINE 'Cho Cho' Mackey


* By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter

LAST year, Meacher 'Pain'
Major and Jermaine 'Cho Cho'
Mackey rocked the local scene
in winning the Bahamas' light-
weight and middleweight titles.
This year, they will launch-
ing their professional careers a
little further when they take on
international competitors in
preparation for their anticipated
world and Commonwealth
championship fights.
On Friday, March 10 at the
Wyndham Nassau Resort and
Crystal Palace Casino, Major
and Mackey will co-head First
Class Promotions' first pro show
for the new year.
In the 10-round main event,
Major will take on Celestino
Rodriquez, while Mackey will
face Rene Sierra in a six-round
co-main event. Both competi-
tors are coming in from Puerto
Rico.
First Class Promotions' pro-
moter, Michelle Minus, said
Major has certainly emerged as
the "main attraction" on the
local scene since the retirement
of her husband and former ban-
tamweight and lightweight
champion Ray Minus Jr.
"He and Jermaine are really
becoming household names,".
Minus reflected. "So the guys
have really been drawing the
crowd and we hope this show
will do the same thing.
"I think this year is going to
be a very great year for First
Class Promotions because we
will be pursuing a couple of
World and Commonwealth title
fights and this show will tell us
just where these boxers are right
now."
An exciting undercard, fea-
turing Bahamian boxers, will


complement the co-main event
bouts, according to Minus.
In one of those matches, Wil-
son 'Kid Wonder' Theophile
will be back in the ring after
taking a year off to recover
from a broken jaw he suffered
in a welterweight title against
Jerome 'Bahamian Bronze
Bomber' Ellis two years ago.
Theophile will take on Elki-
no 'Ali' Saunders; David 'the
Pacesetter' Wallace will battle
Richard 'the Hammer"Pitt in a
long-awaited showdown; Sean
'Patches' McPhee against
Ricardo 'One Shot' Bethel and
Elkin 'the Hitman' Butler will
tangle with Dion 'Quiet Storm'
Bain.
"We are really excited about
the undercard because we will
have some of the fighters who
fought and lost to Jermaine
Mackey and Meacher Major,"
Minus pointed out.
Minus also indicated that
some of these fighters want to
either get a rematch or fight the
champions sometime this year.
But she pointed out that right
now it might be difficult for
them because of the career path
that they are heading in.
Both Major and Mackey are
being lined up for title fights
later this year, according to
Minus. She said First Class Pro-
motions will provide them with
every opportunity to get them-
selves ready.
She is encouraging the public
to come out and give the com-
petitors their support.
Tickets are now available at
First Class Promotions' office
on Wulff Road opposite Whim
Automotive, Steve's Cafe,
Heastie's Service Station o'r
Baillou Hill Road and from the
national boxing gym in the Bail-
lou Hills Sporting Complex.


* MEACHER 'Pain' Major


Tour of the Bahamas brings riders near and far


MORE than 80 riders from
the Bahamas and overseas have
registered to compete in the 5th
Tour of the Bahamas, bringing
expectations of an incredible
weekend of cycling to a crescen-
do.
Preparations for such a large
field of competitors have been
taken to an entirely new level
for the Bahamian cycling com-
munity.
Competitive cycling has
improved dramatically in the
Bahamas over the past year,
increasingly catching the atten-
tion of North American outfits.
As a result an unprecedented
number of cyclists are descending
on New Providence this week.
Team Laser, JC Investors,
Cycle Science, Aerospace Engi-
neering, Hot Tubes, and the
USA Under 23 National Team
will be participating in the 2006
Tour of the Bahamas.
Many of them have already
spent a few days in New Provi-
dence training and learning the
nuances of the course. In addi-
tion to members of JAR
Cycling, the host of the Tour of
the Bahamas, and many unat-
tached local riders, the overseas
teams will go up against the
Bahamas' newest cycling team,
VMG Racing.
VMG's full complement of
riders will be present and all
races are expected to be hotly
contested.
The three stages of the Tour
of the Bahamas will take place
today and Sunday in the west-
ern portion of New Providence.
All starts will be located on
Western Road, near the junc-


tion of South Ocean Boulevard.
Today, the fast and furious
Individual Time Trial will begin
at 10am. Riders will be sent off
on a three-mile course at 30 sec-
ond intervals.
The ultimate race against the
clock, time trials test riders in
the most demanding manner,
forcing them to ride just below
their maximum performance
level for much of the race,
ignoring pain and cries from
their body to slow down.
As they approach the finish,
riders have to dig deep and
somehow find the energy and
willpower to sprint to the line,
Stage Two, a' 48-mile Circuit
Race, will follow at 1pm on Sat-
urday.
Speed, strategy and the abili-
ty to ride trouble-free will bring
outthe top performers.
Stage Two will follow West-
ern Road to Clifton, along
South West Bay Road to South
Ocean Boulevard where the rid-
ers will turn north and head
back to the starting area.
Juniors will complete three
laps, the open men and wom-
en's divisions six, while the pro-.
fessional riders will race around
the circuit eight times.
Sunday's Stage Three fea-
tures a 150-mile road race,
beginning at 9am (7am for
juniors).
This giant race is all about
endurance and smart speed and
will weave through an expanded
section of western New Provi-
dence.
Saturday's Circuit Course will
be partially duplicated.
However, once on South


* THE VMG Racing Team in action. They will be competing on the Tour of the Bahamas today and Sunday


West Bay Road the cyclists will
continue to Coral Harbour
roundabout, head north on
Coral Harbour Road toward
Nassau International Airport,
then westward on John F
Kennedy Drive, past Old Fort


Bay, and the Lyford Cay round-
about before climbing Mount
Pleasant Hill and heading once
more toward the start.
The professional riders will
complete this loop a staggering
6 times.


This weekend's event has
been planned to give riders a
challenging and safe course as
well as maximise the number of
viewing spots for spectators.
Traffic roundabouts, a cycling
crowd favourite the world-over,


feature in a big way during Sun-
day's Stage 3 road race. Com-
petitors will blister through six
of them on each circuit.
For course diagrams and
more event information, see
www.jarcycling.com.


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Osbourne Moxey prepares




for Commonwealth Games


i TRACK AND FIELD
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
OSBOURNE Moxey clearly remem-
bered his first trip to the Common-
'wealth Games in Manchester, England
in 2002.
Fresh out of Auburn University at the
time, Moxey fell short of the bronze by
3/4 of an inch with his fifth-place finish.
This year, training here at home,
Moxey is approaching the 2006 Com-
monwealth Games in Melbourne, Aus-
;tralia in March with renewed vigour.
He will be competing "Down Under"
with his coach, Peter Pratt on the side-
lines and two of his local arch-rivals on
the Bahamas' 28-member athletic team.
I,"I don't think being here at home
training will make a difference," said,
Moxey about his decision to return
home instead of staying in Auburn.
"It's always a pleasure and an honour
to represent your country and I'm just
iappy that the BOA (Bahamas
Olympic Association) selected me to
the team and when I get over there, I
hope to do my best."
,JIn Manchester, Moxey's best leap of
25 ft 10 in enabled him to take fifth


place in a closely contested long jump
competition.
Kareem Streete-Thompson, repre-
senting the Cayman Islands, clinched
the bronze with a mark of 25ft10 3/4in.
Fourth place was 25ft 10 1/2in.
The gold medal leap was only 26ft
4in by Nathan Morgan of England,
while Gable Garenamotse of Botswana
secured the silver with 25ft 11 1/2in.

Confident

So Moxey knew that he was right in
the thick of things in the pit. A lot more
mature, having had an Olympic Games
and World Championships experience
under his belt, Moxey said he is confi-
dent about his return to the four-yearly
games.
"I will compete to the best of my abil-
ity,",Moxey said.
And with some company on the run-
way, with University of Georgia's grad-
uate Antonio Saunders entered in the
long jump and possibly Leevan 'Super-
man' Sands joining the mix, Moxey said
he is excited about the games this year.
"Antonio and I train with Mr Pratt, so
I see him on a daily basis," Moxey


reflected. "But he's basically a triple
jumper, and so in practice We work with
each other.
"He wants to succeed just like I do, so
we get along pretty good. But with Lee-
van, it's always good when he's there
because he's a fierce competitor. But I
think he's concentrating more in the
triple jump this year."
With the Commonwealth Games'
entry a little different from the
Olympics or World Championships, a
country can enter up to three.competi-
tors in each event once they would have
qualified.
So the BOA have submitted all three
names and will leave the final decision
up to the athletes and the Bahamas
Association of Athletic Associations
once they get in Melbourne.
Whether or not the three competi-
tors will be participating, Moxey is hop,
ing that this will be the year that he
makes his big breakthrough in a major
international meet by winning the
medal that has eluded him in the past.
"Anything is possible and that is what
we are working towards," said Moxey
about the goals he has set with coach
Pratt. "Every day the work we put in,
it's towards. that. But I think I have a


good shot at a medal at these games."
With the season so young and Moxey
having not had a chance to scrutinise his
anticipated rivals in Melbourne, he is
not looking past any of the competitors
when they line up at the pit.
"Every game is different. We will
have some guys who have been there
before and we will get some guys who
are just coming out for the first time,"
Moxey said. "So I'm just going to take it
when I get there and I see who the guys
are there competing in the long jump."
As for the remainder of the Bahamas
team, Moxey said he has only heard
some names bounced around about
who will be going and who won't be.
"I'm sure that whoever decides to go
to the games, the Bahamas will be well
represented," Moxey said. "The
Bahamas will do very well.".
As for his training regime under
coach Pratt, Moxey said he has been
pleased with what they have been able
to accomplish.
"I've had some setbacks earlier, but
we've been able to work it all out,"
Moxey stated. "We're looking forward
to going to the games and doing very
well. Hopefully we will come back with
a medal."


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GSSSA UPDATE
KENVA Johndson scored
a game-high 24 points to l ad
the HO Nash Lions junior
girls to a 38-23 victory ovgr
the CH Reeves Raptors on
Thursday at the DW Davis
Gym.
Keva Barry had 15 in the
loss for the CH Reeves in the
lone junior girls' game played
in the Government Secondary
Schools Sports Association.
In junior boys' division, the
SC McPherson Sharks got
nine points 'rom Jamal
Thurston as they knocked off
the AF Adderley Fighting
Tigers 40-32. \
And the LW Young Golden
Eagles surprised the CC
Sweeting Cobras 40-34. Ryan
Delancy scored a game-highl
21 for LW Young and Gabi
Laurent had 10 for CC SWeet-
ing.
Over at the AF Adderley
Gym, Felicia Kelly netted 13
as the CI Gibson Rattlers
knocked off the CC Sweeting
Cobras 52-36. Roseann Simms
led CC Sweeting with a game
high 13.
In senior boys competition,
the CR Walker Knights rout-
ed the RM Bailey Paers 92-
34 behind Batc letter
LeFleur's game-high 19.
Joshua Fowler scored iglitin
the loss for RM Bailey '\
And the Dame Doris John-
son Mystic Marlins pulled off
a 67-56 victory over the CV
Bethel Stinrays. Robert Byrd
canned a game-high 20 in the
win for Doris Johnson and
Omar Smith ended up with 15
for CR Walker.
SOCCER
GSSSA RESULTS
THE CC Sweeting Cobras
and the CI Gibson Raftlers
played to a 1-1 tie in thellone
Government Secondary
Schools Association's senior
boys' soccer match od Thurs-
day. Tony Henry scored the
goal for CC Sweeting and
Nemnon Robertson booted in
the one for CI Gibson.

GSSSA
PARENT OF THE, DAY
IN their effort to show their
appreciation to the fans for
their support, the Government
Secondary Schools Sports
Association named Birdie
Duncombe, mother of CC
Sweeting Cobras' Demario
Duncomnbe, as the parent of
the day on Thursday.
GSSSA
UPCOMING EVENTS
THE Government Sec-
ondary Schools Sports Asso-
ciation have announced that
their National Cheerleading
competition will take place on
Saturday, February 25 at 8pm
at the Kendal Isaacs Gymna-
sium.
The GSSSA also announced
that its annual inter-school
track and field championships
will take place March 1-3 at
the Thomas A Robinson
Track anFd Field Stadium.


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