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Place of Publication: Nassau, Bahamas
Publication Date: April 8, 2006
Copyright Date: 2006
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Police quell

'unruly' group

on Ragged Island


By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
AN OPBAT helicopter was
called in yesterday to quell a
group of Haitians who "were
getting out of hand" on Ragged
Island.
This group was apart of 394
Haitians captured in a sweep
by immigration officials yester-
day whicihcovered three family
islands.
According to Immigration
Minister Shane Gibson, it was
alleged that among the immi-
grants captured on Ragged


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US law

protects'

Kozeny
By NATARIO
MCKENZIE
DURING submissions in
the extradition case of
Czech-born investor Viktor
Kozeny, his lawyers say he
cannot be prosecuted
because he has been
charged under outdated US
legislation.
In his submissions yester-
day, Clive Nicholls, lawyer
for Mr Kozeny, submitted
that his client was not liable
to prosecution as he was not
charged under the revised
version of the United States
Foreign Corrupt Practices
Act (FCPA).
Kozeny is accused of vio-
lating the FCPA which
essentially bans US compa-
nies from offering bribes to
foreign government officials
in order to retain business. It
also contains provisions that
cover violations by foreign
companies and officials
while in the United States.
Kozeny is currently facing a
27-count US indictment on
substantive and conspiracy
charges of bribery, money
laundering and aiding and
abetting in those offences.
The US is seeking his extra-
dition, accusing him of brib-
ing Azerbaijan officials with
millions to gain an advan-
tage in the privatization
process of local industries,
namely the state owned oil
company "SOCAR".
Mr Nicholls pointed out
that the FCPA was revised
in November of 1998 and
that the offences for which
Mr Kozeny was being indict-
ed occurred between May
1997 and September 1998.
According to Mr Nicholls,
there is no evidence of Mr
SEE page 10


Island there were some former
uniformed officers from Haiti
who were becoming "unruly".
"We had to send a chopper
down with some police officers.
prior and after those officers
were dispatched and they
brought everything under con-
trol.
"While that information is
not substantiated, we heard that
before and the difficulty is, if
you look at the illegal immi-
grants coming in 10 to 15 years
ago they were a lot more peace-
ful than they are now. Now you
have former uniformed officers
walking around as normal citi-
zens so that is something that
we have to take extremely seri-
ously," Mr Gibson said.
The exercises were carried
out jointly in North Eleuthera
and in Exuma and the depart-
ment is expected to carry out
more in the near future.
Officials detained 187 persons
from North Eleuthera, 120 from
Exuma and 87 from Ragged
Island.
This was the result of what is
the first in a series of compre-
hensive exercises that the
department will carry out over
the next few months.
The immigrants apprehend-
ed in North Eleuthera arrived at
the dock of the old Harbour
Control Office on a double-
decker sightseeing boat called
The Rookie. It was chartered
in Eleuthera for the trip.
"I want to sound a warning
to those illegal immigrants in
the Bahamas if you are working
here illegally, get out now
because if you don't and we
deport you, we will not allow
you to get a work permit in the
near future," said Mr Gibson.
He pointed out that in Exu-
ma, new communities of illegal
immigrants were being created
and the residents were becom-
ing alarmed by the number of
immigrants arriving on a daily
basis.
Mr Gibson said that the
Department of Immigration
was not approving as many
work permits as it did in the
past to minimize the chance of
illegal immigrants applying for
work permits while in the
Bahamas.
B'Illegal immigration is one of
the most critical issues facing
the Bahamas at this time. The
fact of the matter is unless we
are able to deal with it now, we
will have more serious issues
facing us in the future," Mr Gib-
son said.
However, immigration offi-
cials were criticised yesterday
for the tactics used in the sweep
of some North Eleuthera set-
tlements, which according to a
local official, led to Haitian
nationals being wrongfully
detained.
Prominent Spanish Wells res-
ident Abner Pinder told The
Tribune that police officers
SEE page 2


V


This is one of the many young faces brought to Nassau front Eleuthera yesterday in a joint operation
between the police and Immigration Departmen to tackle suspected illegal immigration.
S...(Photo: Mario Duncanson/ Tribhue Staff)


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THE pregnant girlfriend of
gunshot victim Deron Bethel
has lodged a formal complaint
with police after allegedly over-
hearing an officer express a wish
to kill someone else in
Pinewood Gardens.
Shakira Coakley, 22, has told
detectives that an officer at
Central Police Station said: "I
want to be like (name of officer
allegedly implicated in shoot-
ing Mr Bethel) and go to
Pinewoood and kill someone."
The tearful mother-to-be,
who was at the police station
on an unrelated matter at the
time, confronted the officer in
question and was allegedly told
she should get out of the build-
ing or face arrest.
Ms Coakley immediately


called Deron's mother, Ms
Diana Bethel, who advised her
to get the officer's number and
report the matter immediately.
Friends of Ms Coakley then
informed CDU chief Marvin
Dames of the incident.
The development came on
the eve of Deron's funeral, at
which Pinewood residents are
expected to mount a placard
protest over his death.
Family and friends have
alleged that Deron, 20, was an
innocent victim of a police
shooting while sitting in his car
outside his home in Gum Tree
Street, Pinewood Gardens, last
week.
SEE page 9


Slain officer 's


whereabouts


still uncertain


By MARK HUMES
CERTAIN questions involv-
ing prison officer Dion Bowles
and his whereabouts shortly
before and immediately after
the prison break continue to go
unanswered as the Coroner's
inquest entered its fifth day.
Of the four prison officials
called to the give testimony on
Friday, none was able to accu-
rately account for the move-
ments of officer Bowles after
11 pm.


Two general duty officers,
David Armbrister and Kenneth
Sweeting, both testified that
around 10.30 pm Bowles
accompanied them on an
inspection of the various sec-
tions of the western block,
which houses C,D, I, and J
blocks.
Officer Sweeting told the
court that on the check, he held
the flashlight while officer
SEE page 9


Sea disappearance seen as suspicious


By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
SUSPICIONS of underhanded activity
shrouds the latest search and rescue oper-
ation currently underway for two Bahami-
an men lost at sea.
According to US Coast Guard officials,
the men from Grand Bahama flew to
Florida on Monday to navigate a 19-foot
boat, which had been bought in Miami by
a third man, back to the Bahaman.
According to initial reports, aftcr the
boat was purchased on Monday in Ft
Pierce, the men travelled to Miami and
then left that port around 6pm.
The fact that the two men. who rtporl-
edly did not have extensi e expert nce in


nautical matters, were attempting to nav-
igate the voyage at this time with limited
visibility does not sit easily with the Coast
Guard.
According to officials at BASRA, the
19-foot Northern vessel, equipped with a
115 horsepower Yamaha outboard engine,
was discovered by another ship on its way
to the Bahamas. It had been overturned
and was drifting in the Gulf Stream. There
was no sign of the two men, one of whom
had celebrated his 20th birthday in Janu-
ary. The age of the second passenger is still
unknown, and Coast Guard officials are
hesitant to release the two men's names at
this time.
However, Coast Guard officials claim
lhat ;he vessel was found 54 miles off the


coast of Cape Canaveral with minimal
damage or structural loss.
"The condition of the boat didn't appear
to be extremely life threatening," Lt Com-
mander Terry Johns said.
"The boat was not completely sub-i,
merged, and it appears that survivors
should, and could have stayed with the
vessel," he said.
If the men are still in the water, and bi'
all calculations could have been there fcm
over three days, the possibility of
hypothermia setting in are becoming more
and more likely.
"They are getting at their extremes a.
SEE page 10


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Many Haitian children were brought to Nassau yesterday as the Department of
Immigration targeted the Family Islands. (Photo: Mario Duncanson/ Tribune Staff)


Family Island sweep


FROM page one

would not acknowledge work
permits and permanent resident
certificates presented to them
by the Haitians who were
detained. He said the officials
even refused to look at the
papers that Haitians, legally in
the Bahamas, tried to show
them.
Mr Pinder was satisfied that


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at least 95 per cent of all
Haitians taken from Blackwood
and Russell Island were there
legally. But the officials decided
that they and their children had
to go to Nassau "for process-
ing."
"Are they going to pay for
the poor Haitians to get back
home? This kind of thing does-
n't even happen in Germany or
Cuba. The majority of the per-
sons, like 80-90 per cent of
them, have work permits which
are up to date.
"Now it doesn't look like
workers are afforded the secu-
rity afforded to them by the
work permit that they cannot
move about without being


harassed," Mr Pinder said.
However, Mr Gibson said this
was because of the difficulty
law enforcement officials had
in determining the authenticity
of work permits while in the
Family Islands.
"We found just the other day
where a person was in posses-
sion of literally hundreds of
blank work permits. Fraud is so
easy these days and because of
that fact that we would not
allow persons to present us with
work permits. Instead we want
to bring everyone on to New
Providence to be processed."
The first group of illegal
immigrants will be deported
next Tuesday.


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A minimum of 2 years admission as a
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Excellent written and oral communication
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Strong research and opinion writing
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Ability to work efficiently under pressure
Excellent organizational and time
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HBO screens clash between



Bahamians and gay visitors


By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
GAY visitors to the Bahamas
clashed with Bahamians in the
HBO documentary "All
Aboard, The Rosie Family
Cruise," which premiered on
the cable channel Thursday
evening.
The documentary, which
showcased the first gay and les-
bian themed family cruise host-
ed by Rosie O'Donnell and her
partner Kelli O'Donnell, fea-
tured a segment of the protest
held by the Save the Bahamas
group in Rawson Square on the
ship's arrival in Nassau in 2004.
The segment featured local
pastors and Bahamians con-
demning homosexuality as the
passengers made their way
through Bay Street.
In the 90-minute documen-
tary, Ms O'Donnell said that
when she initially heard of the
planned protest she was sur-


prised.
"I mean who's gonna protest
families," she said. "No one
really. It never entered my
mind." She said that nothing
would have made her happier
than to see these "amazing fam-
ilies walking out with their
heads held high with their hands
on their children and smiling
and saying liberty and justice
for all."
Passengers were alerted, in a
letter delivered to their cabins
before the ship arrived in Nas-
sau, that "two small churches"
were planning protests. In the
letter cruise organizers said that
they did not think that the
protest sentiment was repre-
sentative of the entire Bahamas.
As the ship sailed towards
Nassau, the documentary
showed storm clouds. Prior to
Nassau, the passengers had
been warmly greeted at the first
two stops at Cape Canaveral
and Key West. For many of the


passengers, it appeared that the'
contrast was overwhelming.
Kelli O'Donnell was shown
talking with the Bahamian
press. She said that in Key West
they were treated with a parade
and a festival while in the
Bahamas, they were met with
a protest.
"It's a little bit bi-polar dis-
order," she said.
Some passengers were visi-
bly upset at the protest, while
others appeared to take it all in
stride.
"There are children coming
off of our ship and I don't want
them to have to see this," said
one woman who was near tears.
She was accompanied by a
woman who told her that "this
is the world and this is what you
have to deal with."
One small child was seen cry-
ing as a protester shouted at his
family.
"They're giving Christianity
a really bad name, the hate


a


mongers, 'cause it looks to gay
people like Christianity equals
hate, it's not true, but it's kind
of compelling 'cause they're the
ones yelling at us all the time,"
said another woman.
As the protesters started
singing "What a mighty God we
serve", the cruise pastor who
had performed many onboard
weddings joined in.
"Marriage is between a man
and a..." shouted one Bahami-
an pastor as the crowd shouted
back, "woman."
"So tell Rosie O'Donnell
take her immoral mess and filth
elsewhere," he said.
In another scene, some
Bahamian men sitting under
trees in Rawson Square, were
shown arguing with a gay cou-
ple that the Bahamas could not
be a playground for gay peo-
ple.
"The world is a playground

SEE page 10


THE Bahamas Union of
Teachers' work to rule ended
yesterday with the union
announcing that it expects to
receive a counter-proposal from
government no later than Tues-
day.
Union's Secretary General
Belinda Wilson said that gov-
ernment has promised that it
will be a "complete" counter
proposal and not a reissue of
the wage agreement that was
previously submitted.
She also announced that the
work to ruile-action will not con-
tinue next-.geek, and that a
meeting bet ecen the union and
government negotiators has
been scheduled for Thursday.
On Monday, government
school teachers began to work
to rule.
The union asked teachers to
report to school at 8.45am and
leave promptly at 3.15pm.
They were encouraged not to
engage in any work beyond the
minimum required by their con-
tract, including extracurricular
and sporting activities.
Earlier this week, Ida Poitier,
the union's president, said that
she had been insulted by the
"childish and underhanded tac-


tics" displayed by government.
In a press release from the
government issued on Wednes-
day, it was claimed that meet-
ings between the BUT and gov-
ernment have made "measured
progress".
The press release went on to
question the likelihood that the
teachers would receive any
funds before Easter.
The union called the release a
"complete misrepresentation of
the truth."
"Minister Mitchell tried to
use the carrot-dangling trick
about paying teachers before
Easter. This is an old and tired
ploy that was completely used
up back in the 1980s," she said.
Mrs Poitier-Turnquest said
that the union is first and fore-
most concerned with the work-
ing conditions, health and safe-
ty of teachers and while mon-
ey is important, it is a matter
that will be dealt with in due
course.
"It is the government that is
jonesing to discuss salaries. We
have our priorities. While mon-
ey is important, working condi-
tions, safety and health of our
members is paramount," she
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Report warns of sleep disorders


ATLANTA Up to 70 million Amer-
icans have major sleep disorders some
serious enough to cause severe illnesses
such as depression, obesity, diabetes,
stroke, heart attack, even death that
neither they nor their doctors know
about, a federal study said Tuesday.
Sleep-related problems "cost the nation
hundreds of billions of dollars every year
in medical expenses, lost productivity,
accidents and other causes," said the
study by the Institute of Medicine of the
National Academies.
Only about 4 percent of family physi-
cians are trained to recognize or even
ask about sleep problems, which is dan-
gerous, said Dr. Harvey.Colten of
Columbia University Medical Centre and
chief author of the study.
He said the estimate of how many are
affected is based on numerous studies
and surveys.
The report recommends boosting train-
ing of all health care providers and to
spread the word to the public. Sleep,
Colten said, is at least as important for
good health as exercise and proper diet.
"Although sleep research and care for
individuals with sleep disorders have
expanded over the past several years, we
currently don't have the capacity to ade-
quately diagnose and treat all who suffer
from these problems," Colten said.
"There is much we don't yet understand
about the causes and processes that
underlie sleep disorders, which is why
we need a boost in research."
Another of the 14 authors, Dr. Kathy
Parker, a professor of neurology and reg-
istered nurse at Emory University School
of Medicine, said sleep deprivation caus-
es people to fall asleep behind the wheel,
at work or other inappropriate places.
Twenty per cent of car crashes are
believed linked to fatigue or lack of sleep,
she said.
"This is dangerous because millions
have sleep disorders and don't know it,"
she said. "Symptoms include excessive
daytime sleepiness, decreased attention


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and concentration, also sleep loss that is
associated with problems including obe-
sity, hypertension, heart attack, depres-
sion, stroke, diabetes."
Most people don't know they have
sleep disorders until after accidents or
the development of diseases known to
be linked to lack of rest, she said, adding
that few people ask.their doctors about it
and few doctors ask their patients.
Symptoms of sleep problems include
fatigue, snoring, sleep walking, anxiety,
daytime fatigue and depression.
Colten said the link between obesity
and sleep disorders goes both ways. Mor-
bidly obese people have a higher inci-
dence of sleep apnea the repetitive
episodes of upper airway obstruction that
are associated with reduced blood oxygen
levels. And people with sleep apnea have
a higher rate of obesity, Colten said in an
interview. It has yet to be established
which causes the other.
The report says at least 75 per cent of
those who suffer from sleep apnea are
undiagnosed.
"There is plenty of evidence that dis-
turbed sleep over a period of time is asso-
ciated with obesity, diabetes, stroke, car-
diovascular disease, lots of things,"
Colten said.
"We don't know exactly how many,
which is why we are calling on more
research to find out how inany people
have sleep disorders and diseases we
think they cause."
The consequences worsen since obesi-
ty is a major cause of diabetes, he said.
"Too few Americans understand and
appreciate the harms linked to lack of
sufficient sleep, among people of all
ages," the report said. "Millions do not
recognize fatigue or more serious prob-
lems, or they just accept them. Evidence
indicates that the majority of people who
have a sleep disorder go undiagnosed
and untreated."

(This article was written by Bill Hen-
drick Cox News Service).


Don't just






blame the






teachers


EDITOR, The Tribune.
IT really brothers me to hear
intelligent people keep laying
the national average squarely
at the feet of teachers. Students
learn from a myriad of sources,
society, home and school. The
way that they learn is a com-
plex issue and scientists are still
attempting to understand best
practices that can suit what we
call the average person.
Think about this. Teachers
in the Bahamas come from
many accredited universities
and colleges, from the USA,
Canada, West Indies and here
in the Bahamas to name a few.
Hundreds, perhaps thousands
of persons many of whom are
excellent teachers, have taught
them. Many teachers teach
today because of a great teacher
whom they emulate. It is uncon-
scionable to think that these
fine people would band togeth-
er and cause the students to fail!
The problem is bigger than the
teachers.
Think about this. The one
upstairs has given to man free
will. He has sent especially to
the Bahamas, many servants to
show the way to Eternal Life.
From the written word, from
preachers, from excellent exam-
ples, most, if not all Bahami-
ans, know the way to perfect
happiness, but how many par-
take of it? So is it the Church's
fault that we have not learnt as
a society to live righteous lives?
There is always room for
improvement on behalf of the
Church but as the scripture says
each person will answer for his
own life's choices. Preachers can
preach until they are blue in the
face, but a sinner will not
change unless he wants to.
The teacher works just like
the preacher. He uses all of the


skills he has learnt. He meets
students who want to learn and
do. He meets students who are
reluctant at first, but because of
his songs, dances and treats,
start to work at learning. Some
change their ways while others
do not. He meets students who
refuse to learn. He sings, he
dances, he scolds, he threatens,
he works until graduation and
the child does not learn. He
meets students who want des-
perately to learn but the com-
bined effort of the teacher and
the student can only move him
from a low F such as 02 per cent
to a middle F 23 per cent. The
teacher rejoices for this child
because he sees the strength of
the spirit of this child and knows
that he may not get the acade-
mics but if he continues to per-
severe he will accomplish great
things in his personal life.
Employers will see positive
attributes in that child and trea-
sure him as a valued employee.
He is still a good person even
though he did not excel acade-
mically.
Let's look at the subject of
Mathematics. If grades A to G
are recognized in the BGCSE
system, then the populace in
general should perform at aver-
age. D is the average for this
system. When students irre-
spective of ability level are sent
to sit this examination then this
average of D should be expect-
ed. There should be more cause
for alarm if their teachers rec-
ommended them as being ade-
quately prepared for the exam
and a D average was returned.
We know that there is a policy


in place that encourages all
ninth grades to sit the BJC and
twelfth graders to sit the
BGCSE regardless of ability
level. Since the policy dictates
that students sit the exam
because they are old enough or
in the right grade (but not
because they are prepared),
then results like this happen.
Students who would have failed
at BJCs are given even more
work to understand in the same
three years that proved insuffi-
cient time to master previous
work.
The dynamics of the human
situation is such that we do not
all learn at the same pace or in
the same way. The same things
do not motivate us. Some peo-
ple see no importance in an
education until they cannot get
the job or promotion they want.
They only become serious after
graduating from high school.
Some people just take a lot
longer to learn than their peers.
Instead of blaming teachers we
(teachers, parents and The
Department of Education) need
to work together to help all of
our children to get a better edu-
cation.
Allow teachers to recom-
mend students for BJC and
BGCSE. Have both pro-
grammes in Senior High School.
If a child was not successful or
was not recommended to sit the
BJC in Junior High, then allow
him to continue to prepare to sit
it in Senior High. It is best to
come out of school with BJCs
than nothing at all.
Stop the teacher bashing.
Don't you think that-if they
could make children lrn they
would do it?
R ROMER
Nassau,.
April 4,2006.


A street that needs help


EDITOR, The Tribune.
I AM a concerned resident
of Dowdeswell Street, having
lived there all of my life. It used
to be a nice clean district but
now I must confess it has
become commercial and dirty.
Certain yards are filthy, the
street is never clean and I don't
believe the drains and gutters
have been cleaned for a very
long time.


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The Public is hereby advised that I, CLINTON BERNARD
DORSETT of #4 Anquilla Road, Freeport, Bahamas, intend
to change my name to CLINTQN BERNARD GRAY. If there
are any objections to this change of name by Deed Poll, you
may write such objections to the Chief Passport Officer,
P.O.Box F-43536, Grand Bahama, Bahamas no later than
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March, 2006.


PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, TYANN REIOU of
P.O. BOX N-3545, New Providence, Bahamas, intend
to change myname to PHYLICIA TYANN REIOU ROSE.
If there are any objections to this change of name by
Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief
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LOCAL'NEWS


By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
WHY YOU VEX?
"I am vex because of the
attention that is being placed
on the screening of Broke-
back Mountain. In my opinion
it has been
so highly
publicised,
when there
has been
o t h e r j''
movies that
have been
allowed to
come here
which were
not even
given a sec-
o n d
thought."
R Mor-
timer.
"I vex at
the way
people talk
about the
arrogance of I ..
the FNM .
govern-
ment, but '
they mussie .
blind cause '
in this "say
new but If /
same ole
tired PLP"- /
even the
people in
the back
bench wan
act like they
is cabinet ministers. Sound the
election bell Perry, let the
people vote then the FNM.
could wipe away every tear
from every PLP eye."
"Itching to vote."
"I am vex because there is
not enough signage in the
downtown area. I see tourists
all the way almost to St
Matthew's who are confused
looking for Government
House. I think that either
tourism or works needs to
point out the points of interest


for tourists so that they know
exactly where they are."
CCM.
"I tired of these old lazy
politicians who never meet-
ing in the House. Everytime I
look at the parliamentary
channel they taking these long
adjourn-
ments .
Everybody
is aware
SEaster, but
no one else
t.king. all
/ this time
off."
Mrs
Gibson.
"I am
sick and
tired of bad
service. I
1 went shop-
r' .ping on Sat-
Surday in
Marathon
Mall and it
was amaz-
. ing ,how
many sales
e i t h e r
S ignored me
.f..' ...or insulted
/ me. It was
S.. so frustrat-
/ ing. I ended
Sing alot of
things I
wanted just
as my way
of protesting the bad cus-
tomer service."
C Smith.

WHY YOU HAPPY?


"I happy that the man who
work in Radisson Hotel
change niy tyre when I was
stranded on Cable Beach late
at night.
I don't know what I would
have done if he was not
there."
Andrea.


Drivers, owners back


unified jitney system


-HETRIUN


MOST jitney drivers and owners have agreed
to the provisions of the government's bus unifi-
cation plan, according to traffic controller Jack
Thompson (pictured right).
Known as the preferred model for the unifica-
tion of the bus system in the Bahamas, as well as
the company system plan, the scheme was formed
with input from studies of existing regional and
international bus systems, Mr Thompson
explained.
The preferred model will unify all bus systems
and pay bus owners according to their number of
vehicles, he said.
The advantages, he said, include: safety for
pedestrians and bus riders, improved timing and
reliability of service, financial efficiency for oper-
ators and riders, increased comfort, a lessening of
traffic congestion, and the creation of an umbrel-
la organisation for the enforcement of bus regu-
lations.
Mr Thompson noted that the unified system
will be subsidized by the government until it is
"off the ground", but will be further funded by
the shareholders.
He said that, for the plan to be implemented,
changes must be made to current legislation and
a business plan must be finalised.
The business plan outlines where bus stops will
be positioned.
"I am pleased to inform you that we have just
purchased a device called the global positioning
device. It is an apparatus that measures the accu-
racy of bus stops and placing bus stops where


MINISTER of Social Ser-.
vices and community develop-
ment Melanie Griffin warned,
parents that failing to fulfil their
parental responsibilities can
lead to legal consequences.
Addressing a church service
on Thursday, April 6, at Pilgrim
Baptist Temple on St James
Road, Mrs Griffin pledged to
do everything in her power to
ensure that the appropriate
measures are in place for the
protection of children.
"Children have absolutely no
control over being in this world.
They are here because of the
actions of others and these per-,
sons have the obligation to care
for and protect them until they
are old enough to do so for
themselves," she said.
Mrs Griffin said an important
component of the mandate of
the Ministry of Social Services
and Community Development
is to ensure that childrefi:in th6


Bahamas are free from abuse, nation will be better and
neglect and exploitation of any stronger," Minister Griffin said.
.kind. ; 'The minister added that chil-"
She said that in an effort to 'drni should not feel that they
fulfil this mandate, her ministry, are responsible for the actions
in conjunction with the Nation- of adults who have abused
al Child Protection Council, has them.
joined with other strategic part- "Do not feel that you have
ners to provide programmes, done anything wrong to cause
information and supportive ser- persons to mistreat or harm
vices to families and children. you.
Mrs Griffin said this is done "You are not the cause of the
throughout the year, but that problem," she said.
the ministry uses Child Protec- Mrs Griffin said there are a
tion Month each April as a number of guidelines children
vehicle to bring more "focused can follow to protect themselves
attention" to child protection from abuse.
issues. "And these include not talk-
"I renew my call for us to ing to strangers, not hanging
recommit ourselves as a people around isolated places, not
and a nation to stand up for going anywhere with someone
right, to do what is necessary who makes you uncomfortable
for the protection and well- and scream loudly and run away
being of our children and to if anyone tries to take you or
support and assist families in touch you in any way that
trouble for in doing so, our chil- makes you uncomfortable," she
,'dren, our families 'and :durL,

there are no bus
stops in the new
communities where
the houses are
builtlt" said Mr
Thompson.
d .. He said the pro-
posed changes to the
law will help force
bus drivers to com-
ply with the new sys-
tem's regulations.
The Bus Unifica-
tion Committee,
which is overseeing
the development of
the plan, includes Mr
Thompson; Errol
McPhee, deputy
traffic controller, Ian
Winder, chairman of the New Providence Road
Traffic Authority; Carl Oliver; Nicholas Jacques
and Rueben Rahming, president of the Public
Transit Association.
"An island-wide community meeting was held
on Thursday, April 6, at the Kendal G L Isaacs'
Gymnasium to bring together bus users, owners
and operators.
"After all, we can fix this however we wish,
but the public will take the bus and we need to
hear what they are looking for and what they
expect from the preferred model for the bus sys-
tem," Mr Thompson said.


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Cathedral

Schedule of Services for Holy
Week & Easter
April 9th April 14th


Sunday, April 9th Sunday of
The Passion & Palm Sunday

7:30am Holy Eucharist
8:45am The Liturgy of the Palms
9:00am Family Eucharist
11:15am Holy Eucharist
6:00pm Evensong. Sermon & Benediction

Monday, April 10th -l:00pm
Holy Eucharist

Tuesday, April llth 7:00am & 12:30pm
Hol Euciharist

Wednesday, April 12th 7:00am & 1:00pm
Hol' Eucharist

7:30pm
Lirurg!i, of the Renewal of Iwis & Blessing of Holy Oils

Thursday April 13th Mlaundy Thursday 7:30pm
Commemoration of the Last Supper & Watch
before the Altar of Repose

Friday, April 14th Good Friday 9:00am
Good Friday Liturgy

Service Times for Sunday April 16th, 2006
Easter Sunday

6:00am The Easter Vigil
7:30am Holy Commlunion
9:(00am Procession. Family Eucharist
11:15am Holy Eucharist
6:00pm Solemn Evensong. Sermon &
Benediction


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8:00 Bahamian Things
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10:00 American Chart Show
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11:00 Living Station of The Cross
11:30 Video Gospel
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stop in Nassau prompted vocal objections from many Bahamians, and two church groups were on hand
to protest the ship's visit.


Protesters in Rawson Square greet the gay families as they land in Nassau.

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Sunday School: 9:45am

Prayer time: 6:30pm

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SUNDAY, APRIL 9TH, 2006
PALM SUNDAY

ASCENSION METHODIST CHURCH, Prince
Charles Drive
11:00AM Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart
COKE MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH,
Bernard Road
11:OOAM Pastor Sharoh Loyley
CURRY MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH,
Zion Boulevard
10:00AM Rev. Carlos Thompson
7:00PM Rev. Carlos Thompson
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH,
East Shirley Street
11:00AM Pastor Martin Loyley
7:00PM Music For Lent
GLOBAL VILLAGE METHODIST CHURCH,
Queen's College Campus
9:30AM Rev. James Neilly
ST. MICHAEL'S METHODIST CHURCH,
Churchill Avenue
8:00AM Connections Rev. Philip Stubbs
9:30AM Rev. Philip Stubbs
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH,
Frederick Street
11:00AM Rev. William Higgs
7:00PM Rev. William Higgs
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'RENEWAL' on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on ZNS 1
Your Host: Mrs. Kenris L. Carey
METHODIST MOMENTS' on each weekday at 6:55a.m.
Your Host: Mrs. Kenris Carey
The 2006 Spiritual Growth Conference will be held May
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SOLDIER ROAD & OLD TRAIL


Sunday School: 10am FUNDAMENTAL ..
Preachering 11am & 7:30pm EVANGELISTIC .
Radio Bible Hour: Pasto. tMils
Pastor:H. Mills
Sunday 6pm ZNS 2
Wed. Prayer & Praise 7:30pm

"Preaching the Bible as is, to men as they are" .i.
Pastor: H. Mills Phone: 393-0563 Box N-3622



GRACE AND PEACE WESLEYAN CHURCH
A SOCIETY OF THE FREE METHODIST CHURCH OF NORTH AMERICA
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Thursday @ 7:30 pm
* EASTER SUNDAY April 16th @11 am



Place: Twynam Heights
off Prince Charles Drive

Minister: Rev. Henley Perry
PO. BoxSS-5631
Telephone number:324-2538 Telefax number:324-2587
COME TO WORSHIP, LEAVE TO SERVE



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Berna'rrd Roaud. Fox Hill

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PALM (PASSION) SUNDAY
One Mass at 9:00a.m.
Parishioners are asked to gather at the
Fox Hill Parade at 8:30a.m. for the
procession to the church

HOLY THURSDAY
Mass of the Lord's Supper 7:30p.m.
All Night Adoration of the
Blessed S.crament \\ ill follow

GOOD FRIDAY
Children's Liturgy 9:00a.m.
Stations of the Cross 12:00 noon
Good Friday Liturgy 1:00p.m.
Day of Fast and Abstinence from all meaty
products for those who are 14-59 years of age

HOLY SATURDAY
Reflection for the Elect in the
Courtyard 10:00a.m. 12:00noon

EASTER SUNDAY
Easter Vigil 5:00a.m.
Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord 10:00a.m.

EASTER MONDAY
One Mass- 8:00a.m.


Workshop set to


aid screenwriters


THE Bahamas continues to
attract major Hollywood atten-
tion because of its natural beau-
ty. But the Bahamas is more
than sun, sea, and sand. It is a
nation of storytellers, with all
sorts of stories that Hollywood
should be telling.
Make It Happen Entertain-
ment and Bahfari Films will
kick off an intensive, two-day
participatory screenwriting
workshop designed to introduce
and give promising screenwrit-
ers the fundamental skills nec-
essary to recognize the essen-
tial elements of a good story
and develop them into major
film and television industry
blockbusters.
The Filmmaker's Weekend
Series workshop "How To Turn
Your True Story into a Screen-
play" will have as its special
guest lecturer Gregory Allen
Howard, screenplay writer of
the acclaimed films Ali and
Remember the Titans.
The screen-writing workshop
will be held at the British Colo-
nial Hilton on April 22 and 23.
The cost of admission to the
workshop will be $100 for the
general public and $50 for stu-
dents.
SPrior to the workshop, inter-


ested participants will be
required to prepare a manda-
tory story pitch.
The story can be biographi-
cal, about a current event, a
newspaper story, an historical
event, a memoir, or a family sto-
ry. Participants will pitch their
story idea to Mr Howard on one
of the two days.
Participants will also need to
view the movies Patton,
Amadeus, Driving Miss Daisy,
Citizen Kane, What's Love Got
to Do With It?, and Remem-
ber the Titan..
These films and applications
for the v., ril.,hlp can be col-
lected pr:, ..i ih- e ih vent by con-
tacting DevronPinder of Dip-
light Media ait i42) 341-0246.
The deadline for all applica-
tions is April 19.
Producer for the workshop,
Monica Cooper said that Make
It Happen along with the
Bahamian film group, Bahfari
Films, will hold workshops and
seminars such as this through-
out the year, bringing profes-
sionals in many areas of film
production to the Bahamas.
Further information can be
found at www.filmmaker-
sweekend.com.


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PO Box SB-51628. NASSAU. BAHAMAS
PHONE/FAX: 242-392-4100
Come and Worship with us!

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SUNDAY
10:15am Sunday School
11:00am Divine Worship

WEDNESDAY
7:30pm Prayer & Bible Study


Minister: Pastor
Charles Lewis


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Collins Avenue at 4th Terrace Centreville
Telephone: 322-8304 or 325-1689 P.O. Box N-1566
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W H A T 'S ON IN A N D AROUND NASSAU


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LIVE MUSIC @ The Buzz, Nassau's Weekly Jam Session & Musicians
Hook-up. Located East Bay Street two doors East of Esso On The Run,
upstairs Good As New open Wednesdaythiu Saturday 8pm, Sunday at
6pm. Amateur musicians try out &Openmic Wednesday & Thursday after
band practices. Professional musicians.welcome.to sit in on jams Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. Book now.for special events, concerts, private
parties. Call 393-2800 (393-BUZZ) or wwW.thebuzznightclub.biz for more
info Rock, Blues, Jazz, Funk, Reggae THE BUZZ: MAKING
MUSIC LIVE -

CAFE EUROPA @ Charlotte Street North, kicks off every Friday
night with HappH Hour... special drinks. live music.'DJ from 6pm to 9pm
and Nassau's first European Night Restaurant open Friday night till
Saturday morning 5am. scoring hot food all under $10 and to go, music,
drinks and an English breakfast. Cafe Europa...the perfect place to
spend your night out till the morning.

Bahamian Party Hoppers and Smirnoff presents Friday Fusion @ Dicky
Mo's (west of Radisson resort), Cable Beach. The first group of 10 or more
will receive a free $100 bar tab of Fision 3 for $10 specials. Ask about our
$13.95 dinner specials. Bahailan Night (Free admission) every Saturday
with live music from 8 pm to midnight. tKaraoke Sundays from 8pm to mid-
night,.$1 -hots and dinner specials all nighi long. For further information,
call (242) 327-1300 or e-mail: bahamianpartyhoppers@yahoo.com

$5 Friday @ First Down e'er) Friday night. Music by Barrn Da Pusher,
Selector: Dominique. Ladies $5 all night, gents $10. Earls juggling by
Mr. Xcitement and DJ Fatal. Drink specials all night long.

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 spe-
cials all night long.

Wild Jungle, each and esery Wednesday night @ Club Trappers, Nassau's
"upscale" gentleman's club Featuring a female body painting extra\a-
ganza. Free body painting @' 8 pm. Ladies always welcome. Admission
Men free before 10 pm. Females free. There will be tree food .and hours
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 iBacardi) Giveaways and door prizes every week.

Saturday Night Live every Saturdayi night @ Club Fluid. BaN St. The
biggest party of the.week, pumping all your favourite hits all night long.
Ladies in free before 11pm. Sinct security enforced.
Rave Saturdays @ Club Eclipse. DJ Scoobz spinning the best in Old
Skool. Admission $35,all inclusive food and drink.

Karaoke Music Mondaze 0@ Topshotters Sports Bar Drink specials all
night long, including' karaoke warm-up drink to get Nou started. Party from
8pm-until.
Reggae Tuesdays 0 Bahama Boom. Cover charge includes a free Guinm
ness and there should be lots of prizes and surprises. Admission: Ladies $10
and Men $15.

Hump Day Happy Hour ( Topshoters Spoirs Bar e\er Wednesday 5pm-
8pm. Free appetizers and numerous drink specials.

The Pit @.Bahama Boom. every Thursday. Duors open at 9pm. show iimc
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 aid Go Go
dancers. Admission: Ladies free before llpm, $15 after; Guys $20 all
night.

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

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

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

TooLooSe ,'v Indigo Restaurant on West Bay St and.Skyline Drive.
Singer.'songw rter Stei en Holden performs solo with special guests Thurs-
day from 9pm midnight.

The Graham Holden Deal @The Green Pairtrt...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 Iiidnight. Fine food and drinks.

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


THE ARTS .

Funky Nassau Rediscovering Identity: Featuring the artwork of John
Beadle, Dionne Benjamin-Smith, Lillian Blades, Blue Curry, Michael
EdwaTds, Antonious Roberts, Heino Schmid; Clive Stuart. The exhi-
bition will be held 5 to 8pm @ Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden,
Germany, in conjunction with the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas.
The exhibition continues through April 30.

African Art Exhibition "What is Africa to Me" from the private
collection of Kay Crawford running until Saturday, July 29 at The
National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB).

The Freeport Art Centre: invites the public to its opening reception of
FOCUS ON PHOTOGRAPHY. Focus on Photography is an exhibition
of photographic works of well known and emerging photographers on
Grand Bahama. Their works will highlight the sights of the Bahamas and
will be available for viewing until April 15. For more information call
351-4603.

Holly Parotti a collection of etchings: The exhibition is being held 6pm
to 8pm at Cafe Europa, Charlotte Street north, until April 16.

B ~ii^:8h:... HEALTH -.'

Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the public of its meeting
times and places: The Nassau Group, Rosetta Street: Sunday Fridays
6pm to 7pm 8:30pm to 9:30pmSaturday mornings 10am to 11am
Sacred Heart Church: Fridays 6pm to 7pm The Kirk: Mondays
and Thursdays 7:30pm to 8:30pm New Providence Community Cen-
tre: Mondays 6pm to 7pm Wednesday and Fridays 7pm to 8pm.

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

Pre & Post Natal Fitness Classes are being held 6:30pm Tuesdays and
Thursday at Nassau gymNastics Seagrapes location (off Prince
Charles Dr). Doctor approval is required. Call 364-8423 to register
or for more info.

Diabetes Directions a FREE diabetic support group meets the first
Monday of each month at 6.30pm at New Providence Community
Centre, Blake Road. Dinner 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.Monday every
month, 6pm @ Doctors Hospital conference room.

' 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 seri-
ous 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-lpm. Contact a Doctors Hospital Community Train-
ing Representative at 302-4732 for more information and learn to save
a life today.

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

S CIVIC CLUBS


KINGSWAY Academy's Parent Teacher Association presents the
Earth Village Ranch,(petting zoo), St Albans Drive and Colum-
bus Avenue, offers free admission every Wednesday by appoint-
ment between 9am and 3pm. Bring your class, play group, or
family and experience some of the greatest wonders of nature;
a petting farm, a nature trail, pony/horse rides, and wetlands.
For more information or to book events call 356-2274 or 434-
8981. Special rates available for groups of 20 or more with a two
week advance reservation. Donations are accepted in exchange
for tips.

Kingsway Fiesta Fair & Steakout, Saturday, April 8 from 11am to 6pm
@ Kingsway Academy, Bernard Road. Admission: $1. Featuring: A fash-
ion & variety show (elementary/high school); step show; rides for chil-
dren; "The Battle of the Bands"; Junkanoo Rush Out. There will also
be great food, cakes & pastries, and a tea garden.

St Andrew's Kirk After School Programme: The members of St
Andrew's Kirk have launched an After-School-Programme for chil-
dren from the Woodcock and Albury Sayle Primary Schools. The pro-
gramme, is held Monday to Friday at the St Andrew's Presbyterian
Kirk. The activities include tutoring, computers, karata, sports, art,
drama and baking. The programme is free to children from the Bain
and Grants Town communities. Parents interested in enrolling their
children should contact the church at 322-5475 or email: stan-
drewskirk@yahoo.com
JAR CYCLING: The owners of JAR Cycling are pleased to offer a
cycling clinic for juniors between 10 and 17. The free clinic will be
held every Saturday in an effort to encourage kids to cycle. Parents
interested in registering their children should contact organizers at jar-
cycling@gmail.com

The Nassau Bahamas Alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Soror-
ity Incorporated meets 6:30 pm every third Wednesday at the
Bahamas National Pride Building.

Toastmasters Club 3596 meets at the British Colonial Hilton Mon-
day's at 7pm.

Toastmasters Club 1095 meets Tuesday, 7.30pm @ C C Sweeting
Senior School's Dining Room, College Avenue off Moss Road. Club
9477 meets Friday, 7pm @ Bahamas Baptist Community College Rm
A19, Jean St. Club 3956 meets Thursday, 7.30pm @ British Colonial
Hilton. Club 1600 meets Thursday, 8.30pm @ SuperClubs Breezes.
Club 7178 meets Tuesday, 6pm @ The J Whitney Pinder Building,
Collins Ave. Club 2437 meets every second, fourth and fifth Wednes-
day at the J Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave at 6pm. Club
612315 meets Monday 6pm @ Wyndham Nassau Resort, Cable Beach.
Club 753494 meets every Wednesday, 6pm-8pm in the Solomon's
Building, East-West Highway: Club 3596 meets at the British Colo-
nial Hilton Mondays at 7pm. Club Cousteau 7343 meets every Tues-
day 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 sec-
ond Tuesday, 6.30pm @ the Eleuthera Room in the Wyndham Nassau
Resort, Cable Beach.

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

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

The Nassau, Bahamas Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) meets every
third Monday of the month in the Board Room of the British Colo-
nial 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 Professionals, Bahamas
Chapter meets the third Thursday of every month @ Superclubs
Breezes, Cable Beach, 6pm.

AMISTAD, a Spanish club meets the third Friday of the month at
COB's Tourism Training Centre at 7pm in Room 144 during the
academic year. The group promotes the Spanish language and culture
in the community.
Send all your civic and social events to The Tribune
via fax: 328-2398 or e-mail: outthere@tribunemedia.net


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Mourners to demand 'no



cover up' at funeral today


FROM page one

They claim that two plain-
clothes, officers investigating a
domestic incident in a
neighdur's house shot him with-
out displaying ID or saying who
they were.
He lied instantly.
Last night, Ms Bethel
described the latest develop-
ment as "very disturbing", say-
ing it appeared that some offi-
cers evidently felt hostility


towards Pinewood and its peo-
ple.'
"Shakira is very upset," she
said, "she is with police giving a
statement now."
Today's funeral at Bible Bap-
tist Church, Soldier-Road
(11am) could turn into a full-
scale demonstration on the
theme "No Cover-Up", which
is the slogan some mourners
intend to wear on their T-shirts.
A family friend told The Tri-
bune: "Placards are being made
and T-shirts have been printed.


It now remains to be seen
whether the men of Pinewood
are strong enough to go through
with it."
Some T-shirts will say
"Sharky warns No Cover-Up",
a reference to Deron's nick-
name, given to him by his moth-
er, who claimed he was a hun-
gry baby even before he was
born.
She called him Sharky
because she had to eat raven-
ously during pregnancy to meet
his needs.


Officers recall prisoner attack


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FROM page one

Bowles pulled on' the cell bars
to make certain that they were
locked.
After the inspection, Sweet-
ing said that he, Bowles, Arm-
brister, and Sgt Steven Sands
hung but for a short time at the
desk downstairs in the C and D
section.
He and Armbrister then
returned upstairs to man the I
and J: blocks. They remained
there until they were later
attacked by the escaping pris-
oners,
Taking the stand yesterday
for a second time, Sgt Sands lat-
er testified that sometime dur-
ing thb night Bowles, Sweeting,
and Inspector Gregory Rolle
also niade a check of the I and J
block), but he said that he did
not leave the C-block until
around 3.30-3,45 when he went
to replaced Principal Officer
Majot.
He said that when he left, he
did not leave anyone on the C-


block.
Officer Armbrister, continu-
ing his testimony, told the court
that at some point during the
morning hour, he heard some-
one downstairs say, "corporal."
He did not hear a response, and
it remained quiet for some 8 to
10 minutes after he heard the
call. It was then that they were
attacked.
Bound and tied they made
their way from the western
block to the Principal's Office,
and versions of what transpired
at this point varied among
Sands, Armbrister, and Sweet-
ing.
However, Sands said that he
inquired as to the whereabouts
of Bowles as he did leave him in
the C-block. He said that he
never got a response from Arm-
brister or Sweeting.
Sands went on to say-that he,
along with an officer Bodie,
went back to the western block
to search for Bowles. They later
found his body at the back of
the block.
Previously questioned by the


Magistrate, Sgt Sands could not
say why Bowles would have
been in the area where his body
was found, and he never tried to
find out.
In officer Sweeting's testimo-
ny, he said that he told Sgt
Sands about what transpired
and that he had seen the pris-
oners in possession of a set of
keys and a radio set.
When the Magistrate asked
Mr Sweeting who should have
had the radio set, he said that
Sands and Bowles would have
had the set.
Sweeting went on to say that
he, Bodie, and Sands went back
to the western block to search
for Bowles. On entering the C-
block, he said Sands and Bodie
did the search for Bowles, and
he stopped to check the cells.
This is when he saw that the
bars were cut.
Not long after, Sweeting told
the court that he heard Bodie
scream: "Bowles dead."
Keys to the corridors of the
western block, which would
have been with Sgt Sands or
one of the tv.'- corporals on.
duty that r:,ti; Bowles and
Dennis Johnson, were later dis-
covered on one of the escaped
prisoners when they were later
captured on Yamacraw Road.


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Earlier this week, Ms Bethel
revealed that her son and Ms
Coakley had intended to marry
later this year.
"He was looking forward to
becoming a father," she said,
"He had said his child would
get the best of everything."
But the killing had deprived
him of chance of parenthood,
and his baby of a fine father,
she added.
Deron's father, Roderick
Bain, and brother Dwayne are
both in the police force.


I NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CAMILUS SAINVIL, P.O. BOX
AB-21032, MARSH HARBOUR, ABACO, BAHAMAS, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 8TH day of APRIL, 2006 to the
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By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Minister of
Health Dr Bernard Nottage
has announced that govern-
inent plans to carry out $2
million worth of renovations
and extensions at the Nation-
al Insurance Board in
Freeport within the next few
months.
Dr Nottage made this state-
ment on Thursday during his
first official visit to Grand
Bahama as Minister of
Health.
He also visited the Rand
Memorial Hospital and the
site for the construction of a


new hospital in Freeport.
During a press conference
at the hospital, he revealed
that the 110-bed facility would
be built off East Sunrise High-
way.
"The new hospital will be
able to provide the same lev-
el of healthcare as the hospital
in New Providence," he said.
Dr Nottage said govern-
ment also plans to upgrade
the Rand Memorial to relieve
overcrowding in the paediatric
section and the accident and
emergency facility.
He also said that there are
plans to relocate specialty
clinics from the hospital to
another facility.


Documentary shows clash


Minister unveil


experience. Kids have to learn
about prejudice and so they are
learning about it," said a gay
couple shopping in a jewellery
store.
Not all reactions were nega-
tive, a young Bahamian woman
said on camera, "The majority
of Bahamians support the gay,
that is only the minority."
Bahamian social commenta-
tor Ortland Bodie was also
shown on the documentary. "I
say let them all come in, we are


a tourist nation, we welcome
them all." Another woman is
seen saying the Bahamas has its
own problems to deal with.
The remainder of the docu-
mentary showed the families as
they enjoyed the cruise and
seminars on adoption, discus-
sion groups for teens, and chil-
dren living in gay families and
child rearing.
Among the passengers fea-
tured were Shauna Raye and
Liz Ward, a couple from Chica-


go with two children, who wdre::
married in a sunset ceremony:
in Key West, Fla.; the former
NFL defensive lineman Esera'
Tuaolo, who remained in the;
closet while he played profes-~
sional football because he'
feared he would be targeted for
violence. He is now the father: :
of two with his partner, and,:
Megan Jacoby, whose mother :
divorced her father when she;
realized she was a lesbian and:
now lives with her partner.


FROM page three

for gay people, we live every-
where," they replied. Gay peo-
ple live here, you know."
"Yes, but what we don't want
is you parading in our street and
flirting," the Bahamian man
added.
"No other deviant behaviour
group, whether it is adulterers,
whether it's murderers or drug
traffickers, none of them are
attempting to legitimize their
immoral behaviour, except for
homosexuals," said one man.
Another woman was shown
screaming at the men to carry
their "nasty sissiness away."
"The fact is that we are a
family and the other fact is they
feel very strongly about their
convictions. This is a learning


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far as them surviving. Their best
chance would have been to stay
with the boat," Lt Cmdr Johns
said.
Rodrick Lowe, spokesman
for BASRA in Grand Bahama,
said that the survival of the two


men now depends on their
physical fitness, and literally
their "will to live".
"From my conversations with
one of the gentleman's moth-
ers, (the 20 year old) he had no
boating knowledge whatsoev-
er. No knowledge as to naviga-
tion, but he was a very good
swimmer and diver.


KEMP'S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED
22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas



GRACE AUSTIN BENNETT, 89

of Village Court, off
Village Road,
Nassau, The
Bahamas will be held
at Kingdom Hall of
Jehovah's Witnesses,,
Johnson Road,
*' Nassau on Thursday,
t, 13th April, 2006 at
10am.
S. f ".
Monty Ritchie and,
Johnie Smith will
officiate and
interment will be made in the Eastern
Cemetery, Dowdeswell Street, Nassau.

Mrs Bennett is survived by her daughters,
Nicola Bennett, Natalie Bennett, Elise Bennett
of Montreal and Jigi Zwieczynski of England,
grandsons, Ian A Bethel of Puerto Rico and
Christopher Zwiecynski of England,
granddaughter, Natasha Bethel-Sands of Rock
Sound, Eleuthera; sisters, Helen Lachapelle,
Luxie Henay of Montreal and Gerri Black,
grandsons-in-law, Thomas Albert Sands II of
Rock Sound, Eleuthera; great grandson,
Thomas Albert Sands III of Rock Sound,
Eleuthera, nephews, Marc Lachapelle of
Canada, nieces, Nina Lachapelle and Charlotte
Ann Henay both of Canada and many true
and dear friends.

Relatives and friends may pay their last
respects at Kemp's Funeral Home Limited,
Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale on Tuesday, 11th
April, 2006 from 3pm to 6pm.


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Men's survival relies '


on their 'will to live


"The second gentleman we
still have not been able to con-
tact any of his family so we
don't have any information
about him at all. But in speak-
ing to this mother last night, and
not to give her a false hope, I
told her that there is still the
possibility that they may have
been able to don a life jacket
before the boat capsized," he
said.
In fact, Mr Lowe said that the
possibility that the men could
have been picked up by anoth-
er vessel cannot be ruled out.
Anyone with information
regarding the disappearance of
these two men are asked to con-
tact the Coast Guard or
Defence Force immediately.


Kozeny's

attorney

opposes

extradition

FROM page one

Kozeny's involvement in any
corrupt acts that extend from
the allegedly last corrupt pay-
ment in September 1998 and
into 1999.
Mr Nicholls refused a previ-
ous argument bN allorney for
the US, Francis Cumberbatch,
who had submitted that the
Bahamas has an international
obligation to extradite Mr
Kozeny because it has signed,
on to two international convyeq- :
tions against corruption ai-.'
organized crime. Mr Nicheli,:
submitted that, firstll., lhe':
Bahamas was merely a signap-i :C :
ry to the United Nations Con-'- *-
vention against Transactional
Crime (CTOC) as it has not
sought ratification. It was Mr ,
Nicholls' agreement that cn- '
sent is expressed by ratification
that shows that the Bahamas
would be bound to that treaty.
According to Mr Nicholls even
if the Bahamas was a part of
the convention it could not b'e
applied retroactively. Mr
Nicholls also argued that the
Inter-American Convention
Against Corruption was also
not applicable. Mr Nicholls also
argued that under Bahamian
law the charges against Mr
Kozeny, for instance bribery are I
domestic in context and could
not relate to foreign officials.


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0 SAINT Christopher's Anglican Church in Lyford Cay sponsored a tea party to raise funds last Sunday in the elegant club house. The
event was attended by more than 200 persons. Guests were treated to music by the Royal Bahamas Police Fore Pop Band. Other treats P'
included a fashion show by Coles of Nassau, hat show by Keith Dawkins and designer Ella Davis exhibited beautifully crafted necklaces.
Shown in the front row from L to R: Max Gibson priestwarden; Helena Whitaker; Claudia Casey; Nancy McDonald; Christie Dunn; U Dr Carlos Thomas, pediatrician and meontology consultant,
John Dunn and Archdeacon-Keith Cartwrlght, of St Christopher's Church. and his wife Loretta.


* A CELEBRATION of grace and internal beauty. From L to R: Lady Patri-
cia Fountain-lsaacs, Marina D' Aguilar, Llonella "Gonga" Cooper and Clarice
Sands-Granger.


* FROM L to R: Lorraine Hutchens, banker, Danielle Knowles, Islandeaze Real-
ity; Dr Nicholas Hepburn; Phillipa Mckenzie, hairstylist; and Joy Ann Mitchel,
Professional Architect Board manager.


* FROM L to R: Wilton Gibson, former controller of the Bahamas Telecom-
munications Corporation; Pamela Gibson, deputy manager of the Central Bank
of the Bahamas; Cora Gibson and Dwight Gibson of Colombian International.


* FROM L to R: Dr Clive Gaskin; Katrina Williams; Allyson Maynard-Gibson,
Attorney General; Shirl Gaskin; and prominent businessman Mr Carlton
Williams, CBE.


* FROML to R: William (Terry) Kistler Jr and Eileen Kay, both residents of Lyford Cay; Jane Hilton,
wife of attorney Cecil Hilton; Astrid Adderley, wife of Dean Patrick Adderley of Christ Church Cathe-
dral; Anne Smith along with husband Lester Smith, realtor and developer.


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* FROM L to R: Eltha Deleveaux, hotelier; Karen Carey,
hotelier; Antoinette Russell, trust manager at Credit Swiss
Trust Ltd; and Joanne Pyfrom.


* FORMER educator, 93-year-old
Llonella (Gonga) Cooper, the mother
of Valley Boys leader Gus Cooper,
poses for the camera. Mrs Cooper
taught for 35-years and at the age of 80
left the teaching profession.


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MIAMI HERALD SPORTS


Palmdale

Primary

are good

sports

THE Palmdale Primary
School inter-house sports
meet was held on Thurs-
day 30 March at he Blue
Hills Sporting Complex.
The four houses -
Gomez, Seymour, Con-
liffe, and Dean compet-
ed against each other in
track and field events. At
the end of the day the
results read as follows:
fourth place went to Con-
liffe house, third place
went to Gomez house,
second place went to Sey-
mour house and the 2006
inter-house sports meet
winner was Deans house.
(Photo: Mario
Duncanson/
Tribune staff)


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* BASEBALL
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
ANGELO 'Jello' Burrows
has got off to a rough start in
his 2006 debut with the Chica-
go Cubs' minor league Day-
tona Cubs team ot Thursday.
On the road in the first of
their four games back-to-back
against the Brevard County
Manatees, the Cubs were
banged around 9-4 after being
out-hit 17-8.
Burrows, 25, was the second
relief pitcher to come into the
game. He lasted two innings,
giving up three runs (all
earned) on five hits in two
innings of work.
Traded from the Atlanta
Braves a year ago, Burrows
said he's enjoying his new
environment.
"Things are going pretty
good," he said. "It's just a mat-
ter of producing and waiting
for my opportunity."
With more than 100 games
to play during the season, Bur-
rows said he expects "to make
the adjustments as I go along
in the season and to finish
strong.
"Hopefully, I will get a pro-
motion before the year is out."
The Daytona Cubs is a sin-
gle A club located at the Jack-
ie Robinson Ballpark in
Orange Avenue in Daytona
Beach, Florida. They trail the
West Tenn Diamond Jaxx AA
and the Iowa Cubs AAA
teams.

Adjustment
At 6-foot-1 and 195-pounds,
Burrows has had to make an
adjustment from playing cen-
tre-field to pitching just before
he was traded by the Atlanta
Braves two years ago.
Burrows had served his first
six years in the minor league
with the Braves' organization,
but he said he's "enjoying the
scenery and the atmosphere
in Daytona."
And if there's anything spe-


But Angelo enjoying


new environment


cific that Burrows has to work
on, he said the "instructional
league," advised him that he
has to develop a curve ball.
"They had me working a lot
on that in spring training


because they want me to get it
down pat. They tell me I
should be in double A, but I
have to produce and they will
hold up on their end of the
bargain.


"But the curve ball is prob-
ably one of the hardest pitches
to get command off. If I can
get that down pat, I should be
okay. But as a relief pitcher,
you have no room for errors,
so I have to be focused and
prepared to play at all times."
Burrows, who hopes to
make up for his performance
this weekend when they con-.
tinue the four-game series
through Sunday against the
Brevard County, is now joined
by Antoan Richardson, who


is playing with the Augusta
GreenJackets single A club.
Richardson starred with the
Vanderbilt Commodores
where he was one of the top.
outfielders in the Southeast-
ern Conference before he was
drafted for the third time.
Burrows said he's delighted
to know that there's another
Bahamian playing in the
pipeline, especially someone
he grew.up playing against.
"To see him develop and
sharing the same goal is good,",


Burrows stated. "But I've been
giving him tips on some of the
thing he might encounter and
how he can get through the
season."
While the Daytona Cubs
lost their opener, the Vander-
bilt Commodores picked up
their season opener with an 8-
3 triumph over the Charleston
Riverdogs.
Richardson:produced a run
producing double in a five-run,
four-hit parade in the eighth
to break up a 3-3 tie.


BSC set for all-star




basketball classic


* BASKETBALL
THE Baptist Sports Council is
gearing up for its big All-Star Clas-
sic on Saturday at the DW Davis
Gym.
The Classic is being held in hon-
our of the Rev. Harrison Thomp-
son and will feature the best-of-
the-best players in the 15-and-
under, 19-and-under and men's
division. There will also be a three-
point shooting and a slam dunk
competition.
The Classic will kick off at 2pm
and promises to be an exciting one.
It is being sanctioned by the
Bahamas National Baptist Mis-
sionary and Educational Conven-
tion, headed by the Rev. William
Thompson, brother of Rev. Harri-
son Thompson.
Here's a look at the list of players
selected to participate in the All-
Star Classic:
Men's President Team,
coached by Chevy Simmons (Mt


Tabor), assisted by Geno Camp-
bell (Temple Fellowship) -
Teshawn Lockhart and Donnie
Johnson (Mt Tabor); Drexel Burn-
side and Edwin Burrows (Temple
Fellowship); Tunde Davis and
Sheldon Davis (St. Paul's); Shel-
don Brown and Renardo Benson
(St. Mark's); Jermaine Beneby
(Faith United); Brenville Saunders
(Pilgrim); JeRoy Cooper (Golden
Gates) and Trevino Carey (BIBA).
The Vice President's team,
coached by James Price (Lord's
House of Faith) assisted by Derek
Munroe (New Bethlehein) Arthur
Duncombe and Keyrand Brice
(Lord's House of Faith); Therell
Duncombe and Deangelo Dun-
combe (New Bethlehem); Lamont
Bain and Keaton Hanna (Evange-
listic Centre), lan Pinder and Bran-
don Ingraham (Mt. Nebo); Ricardo
Rolle (New Mt. Zion) Neuygein
Culmer (Bahamas Harvest); Cor-
nerll Stubbs (Macedonia); Marvin
Nairn (Calvary Bible).


19-and-under President's Divi-
sion, coached by Don Demeritte
(First Baptist) and Rev. Harrison
Thompson (Faith United) Carlos
Thompson, Eugene Bain, Jamial
Rose and Cruz Simmon (First Bap-
tist; Hosea Wallace, Christian Gib-
son and Karl Rodgers (Golden
Gates) and Gordon Bullard, Theo
Woods, Stephaine Johnson and
Keithan Gray (Faith United).
19-and-under Vice President's
team, coached by Brent Stubbs
(Macedonia), assisted by Arthur
Johnson (New Mount Zion) -
Anton Arnette, Mo Minnins,
Colyn Thompson and Virley McK-
inney (Transfiguration); Mario
Carey, Cordero Thompson, Rohn
Johnson and Frisco McKay (Mace-
donia) and Donovan Brown, G
Beatle. Manford Stubbs and Alex
Butler (New Mt. Zion).
15-and-under President's All-
Stars, coached by Joyce Minus
(Golden Gates), assisted by Ian
Pinder (Mt. Nebo) Brandon


Brown, Shearo Nixon and Jaran
Seymour (Golden Gates);
Deshawn Wilton, Jonathan Davis
and Preswood Cox (Mt. Tabor);
Donero Balfour and Edmond Cur-
tis (First Baptist); Cuncaweo and
Choclee Davis (St. Mark's) and
Walter Charlton and Gibi Lawrent
(Mt. Nebo).
15-and-under Vice President's
team, coached by Colin Knowles
(Faith United), assisted by Reno
Lewis (St. Paul's) Damien
Thompson, Henry Rolle, Mario
Dean and Jermaine McPhee (Faith.
United); Patrick Brice, Kendal
Simmons and Charles Walker (St.
Paul's); Enrico Bain and Ricardo
Hepburn (Ebenezer); Marvin
Roberts and Addie Finley (Mace-
donia) and Kendrick Clarke anid
Cameron Ferguson (New Bethle-
hem).

Trophies will be provided to all
of the participants, whether or not
their team wins.


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India downs England by four wickets


* CRICKET
RAHUL DRAVID steered India to a four-
wicket victory over England in the fourth limit-
ed-overs international Thursday, giving the hosts
a series-clinching 4-0 lead.
After dismissing England for 237 runs in the
48th over, India posted 238 for six in 47.2 after


captain Dravid compiled a composed 65 his
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Dravid struck nine boundaries off 73 deliver-
ies and shared two brisk partnerships putting
on 54 for the opening stand with Virender
Sehwag (26) and 76 for the second wicket with
Irfan Pathan (46).
Pathan and Mohammad Kaif (5) fell in the


space of six deliveries before Yuvraj Singh (48)
and Suresh Raina (21) took India to -the brink of
victory through their 72-run, fifth-wicket stand.
Both Raina and Yuvraj Singh were dismissed
in one over by paceman James Anderson (2-
53), leaving Mahendra Dhoni (10 not out)
and Ramesh Powar (2 not out) to drive India
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The Thin Blue Keeping Up Ap- As Time Goes THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (1945 Horror) George
B WPBT Line "Fire and pearances New By (CC) Sanders, Hurd Hatfield, Angela Lansbury. Oscar Wilde's Londoner stays
Terror" l country retreat. young, but his portrait ages.
The Insider Cel- Without a Trace "Doppelganger Criminal Minds "Won't Get Fooled 48 Hours Mystery "Love Lost"
1 WFOR ebrity news. (N) Part 2" C (CC) Again" Gideon tracks the protege of George Smith disappears from a
n (CC) his nemesis. Cl (CC) cruise ship. (N) C (CC)
(:00) Access Dateline NBC A widow comes un- Conviction "Madness" Billy Law & Order: Criminal Intent De-
0 WTVJ Hollywood (N) der investigators' suspicion after her Desmond's psychiatric ward shift tectives investigate the mutilation of
(CC) husband dies. (N) (CC) turns the system upside down. a medical student. n (CC)
Deco Drive Cops Officers Cops Juvenile fe- America's Most Wanted: America News (CC)
B WSVN Weekend find a cocked gun male traded for Fights Back (N) (CC)
and bullets, drugs. (N)
Wheel of For- * MINORITY REPORT 2002, Science Fiction) Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton. A cop tries
U WPLG tune "Shopping" to establish his innocence in a future crime, n
(CC)

(:00) City Confi- Cold Case Files "Sunday Morning Cold Case Files (N) (CC) American Justice "Love Triangle"
A&E dental (CC) Slasher" Witness. (CC) ( (CC)
This Week Cor- BBC News Destination Mu- BBC News Bolivia: Pad- BBC News Talking Movies
BBCI respondents. (Latenight). sic (Latenight). locked in the (Latenight).
Palace
B T Lil' Kim: Lock- The Wayans The Wayans Girlfriends n Girlfriends The Girlfriends Cl Girlfriends C
BET down Bros. C (CC) Bros. (CC) (CC) List" (CC) (CC) (CC)
(:0) NHL Hockey Toronto Maple Leafs at Philadelphia Flyers. From the Wachovia Center in NHL Hocke Calgary Flames at
S Philadelphia. (Live) (CC) Vancouver anucs.(Live) (CC)
I :00) Tim The Suze Orman Show "Paralyzed The Suze Orman Show Wills & Tim Russert
N C ussert With Fear Facing debt. Trusts" Wills and trusts. (CC)
N(:00) On the Sto- CNN Presents Larry King Live CNN Saturday Night
CNN ry(cC)
** KEEPING Ron White: You Can't Fix Stupid Jeff Dunham: Arguing With My- Ron White: You Can't Fix Stupid
COM THE FAITH The comic shares his insight on the self The comic performs. (N) (CC) The comic shares his insight on the
(2000) (CC) things that annoy him. (CC) things that annoy him. (CC)
.Cops "Coast to Forensic Files Forensic Files Body of Evi- Body of Evi- Body of Evi- Body of Evi-
COURT Coast" C (CC) "News at 11" dence dence dence dence
That's So Raven The Emperor's The Emperor's Teror's he Ee s h ror's The Emperor's The Emperor's The Emperor's
DISN "Hook Up My New School New School New School C New School C New School A New School n
Space" "Kuzclone" C (CC) (CC) (CC) (CC) (CC)
Fresh From the DIY to the Res- DIY to the Res- Freeform Furni- Wood Works Handmade Mu- Woodturning
DIY Garden cue cue ture sic (Part 1 of 5) Techniques
W Euromaxx The Journal In Focus (Ger- Journal: mit Popxport Journal: with Euromaxx
DW ____ man). WirtschaftBusiness
El (:00) E! News Supermodels America's Next Top Model: The E! True Hollywood Saturday Night Live Elle Macpher-
Weekend Gone Bad Story TV series. n (CC) son, Sting. A (CC)
ESPN 00 College Hockey NCAA Tournament Final-- Boston College vs. Wisconsin. From Mil- Baseball Tonight (Live) (CC)
ESPN waukee. (Live)(CC)
ESPNI Spanish Soccer Real Madrid vs. Real Sociedad. (Same-day Tape) Figure Skatin State Farm U.S. Championships. From
ES lI _St. Louis. n (CC)
EWTN Daily Mass: Our Fr. John Corapi: Lenten Retreat Bookmark The Holy Rosary Fr. John Corapi
EW "N Lady Suffering.
FIT TV Blaine's Low All Star Workouts "Cardio Sport Total Body Sculpt With Gilad "To- Caribbean Work- In She "Low
FIT V Carb Kitchen With Petra Kolber" (CC) tal Body Sculpt Plus II" (CC) out. (CC) ImpactYoga"
FOX-NC (:00) Fox Report Heartland With John Kasich In The Line-Up (Live) Big Story Primetime (Live)
FOX-NC __Columbus, Ohio. (Live)__________________________
S L Beach Volley- Poker Superstars Invitational Poker Superstars Invitational CMI; The Chris Poker- Learn
FSNFlE ball: AVP Series Tournament From Las Vegas. Tournament From Las Vegas. Myers Interview From the Pros
GOLF (:00) Live From the Masters (Live) Live From the Masters
GSN (:00) Greed (CC) Who Wants to Be a Millionaire C Lingo (CC) Lingo (CC) The Amazing Race 4 C (CC)
GSN(C___ (C)
G4Tech Brainiac Star Trek: The Next Generation Star Trek: The Next Generation The Man Show The Man Show
G4TeCh'"The Battle" C (CC) "Hide and Q" n (CC) (CC) (CC)
HIDDEN PLACES (2006, Drama) Shirley Jones, Tom THOUGH NONE GO WITH ME (2006, Drama) Christopher Allport, Cheryl
HALL Bosley, Jason Gednck. A drifter tries to help a widow Ladd, Amy.Grabow. Premiere. In the 1950s a devout woman questions
save her apple orchard. (CC) her faith. (CC)
Restaurant Space For Liv- Home to Stay My First Place Small Space, Design U I My Parents'
HGTV Makeover "Silk in Kitchens. l Three separate Odd-shaped liv- Big Style"Urban (CC) House Cluttered
Road Cafe" n (CC) living spaces. ing room. (CC) Legends" basement. (CC)
I (:00) Old Time Gaither Homecoming Hour Gospel Music Southern Style Christian Artist I-Gospel
INSP Gospel Hour Talent Search
** CRAZY/BEAUTIFUL (2001, Romance) Kirsten Blind Date (N) My Wife and Friends Gang re- Everybody
KTLA Dunst, Jay Hemandez. A hardworking student falls n (CC) Kids "Jury Duty" calls worst Loves Raymond
hard for a wayward classmate. l (CC) C (CC) Thanksgivings. (CC)
LAYOVER (2000, Suspense) David Hasselhoff, Gregg ANOTHER DAY (2001, Suspense) Shannen Doherty, Max Martini, Julian
LIFE Henry, Yvonne Scio. A brief affair creates trouble for a McMahon. A woman awakens two days before her fiance is fated to die.
traveling businessman. (CC) (CC)
MSNBC Murderous Ca- MSNBC Investigates: Under Sus- MSNBC Investigates: Shock In- MSNBC Investl rates: Getting
MSNBC I reer picion -- Aisenbergs carceration Away With Mur er?


SpongeBob Ned's Declassi- Drake & Josh All That Brooke The Amanda
SquarePants n fied School (N) (CC) Valentine. (CC) Show C (CC)


Full House A Fresh Prince oft NICK
(CC) Bel-Air NICK


:00) NUMB3RS Prison Break "Brother's Keeper" W-FIVE Presents -- Hockey Brawl: News C (CC) NTV Entertain-
NTV Dark Matter" (N) 0 (PA) (CC) Battle on Thin Ice (N) C mentNews
OLN I00 ditarod Bull Riding PBR The Nile Invitational. From Billings, Mont. (Taped) Fearless
Speed News Tradin' Paint NASCAR Perfor- Auto Racing Rolex Sports Car Series. From Long Beach, Calif. (Same-
SPEED Saturday (N) mance day Tape)
(:00) The Coral In Touch (CC) Hour of Power (CC) Billy Graham Classic Crusades
TBN Ridge Hour (CC)
* u JURASSIC PARK III (2001, Adventure) (PA) * THE FIFTH ELEMENT (1997, Science Fiction) (PA) Bruce Willis,
TBS Sam Neill, William H. Macy A search party encounters Ga Oldman, an Holm. A New York cabby tries to save Earth in 2259.
new breeds of prehistoric terror. (CC) (CC)
Little People, Little People, Little People, Trading Spaces "Memphis: Verling- Tuckerville Tuckerville
TLC Big World Pump-Big World Christ- Big World (N) ton Drive" Living rooms in Memphis, "Moving Viola- Tanya tries to quit
kin hurler. mastime. i Tenn. (N) (CC) tions'(N) (CC) smoking.
***Yt THE * * SAVING PRIVATE RYAN (1998, War) Tom Hanks, Edward Bums, Tom Sizemore. U.S. troops look
TNT FUGITIVE (1993) for a missing comrade during World War I. (CC)
(CC)
* NAUSICAA OF THE VALLEY OF THE WIND (1984) Voices of Alison Lohman, Bobobo-bo Bo- Zatch Bell "My
TOON Patrick Stewart. Premiere. Animated. A princess learns the truth about a toxic forest. Bobo (N) Beloved Zatch
TV5 Symphonic Show (:45) A commu- V6nus et Apol- TV5 Le Journal
TV5 niquer, Ion
6:00 Weather: Storm Stories Storm Stories Weather:Evening Edition (CC)
TWC PM Edition (CC) "Holding On" (CC)
(:00) Casos de Sabado Gigante Los Diferentes de la Sierra; Gabriel y Gabriela; viajando a Toledo, Espaia.
UNIV Familia: Edici6n
Especial
*** INTOL- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
USA ERABLE CRU- A religious educator's daughter-in- Benson and Stabler investigate a Benson and Stabler think two ath-
ELTY (2003) law is found murdered. (CC) woman's deadly plunge. letes murdered a student.
H1 Celebrity Eye The Surreal Life Hogan Knows VH1 Goes Inside "Cops" Memo- VH1 Goes Inside "America's Most
VH1 Candy Cl (CC) Best n rable moments: C Wanted" n
(:00) America's Bulls Eye (Live) NBA Basketball Philadelphia 76ers at Chicago Bulls. From the United Center in Chicago.
WGN Funniest Home I (CC) (Live)n (CC)
Videos A (CC)
Everybody *, OPERATION CONDOR (1991, Adventure) Jackie Chan, Carol "Do WB11 News at Ten Weekend
WPIX Loves Raymond Do" Cheng, Eva Cobo de Garcia. A Spanish nobleman hires an adventur- Edition With Peter Thorne and
1, (CC) er to locate Nazi gold. C (CC) Mary Murphy (CC)
Jeopardy! (CC) * n IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY (2003, Comedy-Drama) Michael Dou- Veronica Mars "Plan B." Weevil en-
WSB K glas, Kirk Douglas, Rory Culkin. A dysfunctional New York family tries to lists Veronica's help to find Felix's
communicate. .killer., (CC)

(6:00) * ** A CONSTANTINE (2005, Fantasy) Keanu Reeves, Rachel Weisz, The Sopranos Tony and Johnny
HBO-E LIGHT OF THE Shia LaBeouf. Premiere. A man who sees demons helps a policewoman Sack haggle over Barone Santa-
PHOENIX (2004) probe her sister's death. n 'R' (CC) tion's future. C (CC)
(5:45) * Big Love "Home Invasion" Nicki Big Love "Eclipse" Bill searches for Deadwood "New Money" A scout
HBO-P SPANGLISH plans a birthday party for her son. the answers to an unsettling dream, for a powerful mining operation ar-
(2004) 'PG-13' C (CC) Cn (CC) rives. C (CC)
(:00) WALKOUT (2006, Docudrama) Alexa Vega, it* FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX (2004, Adventure) Dennis Quaid, Gio-
HBO-W Michael Peia, Efren Ramirez. Chicano high-school vanni Ribisi, Tyrese Gibson. Plane-crash survivors endure hardships in
students protest injustices in 1968. 'NR' (CC) the Gobi desert. C 'PG-13' (CC)
(6:45) * * TERMS OF ENDEARMENT (1983) * THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (2004, Musical) Gerard Butler,
HBO-S Shirley MacLaine. A domineering mother and her Emmy Rossum, Patrick Wilson. A masked figure becomes jealous of a
daughter spar for years. n 'PG (CC) singer's romance. C 'PG-13' (CC)
(6:30) (:15) * ELEKTRA (2005, Action) Jennifer Garner, Terence Stamp, *** KINGDOM OF HEAVEN
MAX-E MONSTER-IN- Kirsten Prout. An assassin tries to protect a man and his daughter. C (2005, Historical Drama) Orlando
LAW (2005) 'PG-13' (CC) Bloom. Premiere. C 'R' (CC)
6:45) SPIDER-MAN 2 (2004, Action) Tobey * KISS THE GIRLS (1997, Suspense) Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd,
MOMAX Maguire, Kirsten Dunst. Peter Parker fights a man who Cary Elwes. An escaped victim anda forensic expert trail a killer. 'R'
has mechanical tentacles. l 'PG-13' (CC) (CC)
Re: Evolution of * PAYBACK (1999, Suspense) Mel Gibson, (:45) WEEDS * CRASH (2004) Sandra
SHOW Sports (iTV) (N) Gregg Henry. iTV. A betrayed thief launches a single- Added Value Bullock. Racial tensions collide
n (CC) minded quest for revenge. C 'R' (CC) (iTV) n (CC) among Los Angeles residents. 'R'
(6:20) ** NO *** THE PELICAN BRIEF (1993, Suspense) Julia Roberts, Denzel Washington, Sam *** THE
TMC LOOKING BACK Shepard. Premiere. An inquisitive law student becomes the target of assassins. C 'PG-13' MANCHURIAN
(1998) 'R' (CC) CANDIDATE'R'


APRIL 8, 2006


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Zoey 101 "Bad Romeo!
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The Ra- Full House
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f- A Fresh Prince of Roseanne A Search for the
Girl" A (CC) zor's Edge" tershocks" (CC) Bel-Air (CC) Funniest Mom


NTV American Dad Extreme Makeover: Home Edition "Craft Family" A high-school coach in News n (CC) News
NTV n (CC) Texas is chosen for a.home makeover. (N) n (CC)
OLN 6:00) Cycling Bull Riding PBR The Nile Invitational. From Billings, Mont. (Taped) Arena Football Orando Predators
aLN aris-Roubaix. at Columbus Destroyers.
E :00) Speed NASCAR Victory Lane (N) (CC) Wind Tunnel With Dave Despain Dream Car My Classic Car
SPEED ews Sunday (Live) Garage -
Jack Hayford Joel Osteen Taking Authority Believer's Voice Changing Your Praise the Lord (CC)
TBN (CC) (CC) (CC) of Victory (CC) World (CC)
Home Improve- *** SPIDER-MAN (2002, Action) (PA) Tobey Maguire, Willem Dafoe, Kirsten Dunst. A **. SPIDER-
TBS ment 'Totally Tool bite from a mutant spider givOi a teen unusual powers. (CC) MAN (2002) To-
Time" (CC) bey Maguire.
(:00) What Not What Not to Wear "Robin" Three What Not to Wear A tattooed biker What Not to Wear "Suzannah" Age
TLC to Wear"Marcy" Chicago teachers compete for chick needs a makeover after land- inappropriate dressing. (CC)
(CC) $5,000 and a trip. (CC) ing a prestigious job.
*** SAV- AVENGER (2006, Suspense) Sam Elliott, Timothy Hutton, James AVENGER (2006, Suspense) Sam
TNT ING PRIVATE Cromwell. Premiere. A former soldier seeks a Serbian war criminal. (CC) Elliott. A former soldier seeks a Ser-
RYAN (1998) bian war criminal. (CC)
T N Camp Lazlo Codename: Kids Ed, Edd n Eddy Grim Adven- Ben 10 "Secrets" American Dad Family Guy
TOON Next Door. tures n(CC) (CC)
TV5 (:00) Vivement dimanche LES PASSEURS (2004) Guy Marchand. Le Gestapo Paris-Montrdal TV5 Le Journal
T 5 essaye de mettre un terme au traffic de fuyards.
T6:00) Weather: Storm Stories Storm Stories Full Force Na- It Could Happen Weather: Evening Edition (CC)
TWO M Edition (CC) (CC) (N) (CC) ture (CC) Tomorrow
:00) La Hora Bailando por un Suefio
UNIV 'ico
BELLY OF THE BEAST (2003, Action) Steven INTO THE SUN (2005, Action) Steven Seagal, Matthew Davis, Takao Os-
USA Seagal, Russell Wong. An ex-CIA agent must rescue awa. Premiere. A former CIA agent searches for assassins. (CC)
his daughter from terrorists. (CC)
VH1 100 Greatest Kid 100 Greatest Kid Stars "Hour 5" The Surreal Life Hogan Knows So NoTORIous The Surreal Life
VH1 Stars, (CC) Best n "Street" n (CC)
(:00) Maximum 24 Ramon Salazar holds Jack cap- 24 "Day 3: 8:00PM 9:00PM" Presi- WGN News at (:40) Instant Re-
WGN Exposure (CC) tive; Michelle ives Gael command dent Palmer comes down hard on Nine Cl (CC) play C (CC)
of CTU. C (CC) Jack and Tony. n (CC)
Reba Kyra con- Charmed Piper organizes an en- Pepper Dennis Reporter Pepper WB11 News at Ten -- Weekend
W PIX siders moving in gagement party for Paige and Hen- Dennis thinks she is about to land Edition With Peter Thorne and
with her father. ry. C (CC). her dream anchor-job. (CC) Mary Murphy (CC)
That'70s Show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Red Sox This Red Sox Stories
WSB K "Eric's Stash" "Fight Night" The team investigates Investigators process the scene of a Week
(CC) a eadlyboxing match, hit-and-run accident. C

(6:00) Entourae he Entourage "New The Sopranos Johnny files a peti- Big Love "Affair Ncki becomes
HBO-E MEET THE Scene" A (CC) York" C (CC) tion to attend his daughter's wed- suspicious of Bill and Barb's behav-
FOCKERS (CC) ding. (N) (CC) ior. (N) (CC)
(:00)Real Time ** THE WEDDING DATE (2005) Debra Messing, ** LETHAL WEAPON 2 (1989, Action) Mel Gib-
HBO-P ctor Ben Affleck. Dermot Mulroney. A woman brings a male escort to her son, Danny Glover, Joe Pesci. Riggs and Murtaugh
n (CC), sister's wedding. C 'PG-13' (CC) battle drug-smuggling diplomats. 'R' (CC)
All Aboard! Rosie's Family Cruise Rosie and Kelli *i MEET THE FOCKERS (2004, Comedy) Robert De Niro, Ben
HBO-W O'Donnell welcome 500 families aboard a 7-day cruise Stiller, Dustin Hoffman. Future in-laws clash in Florida. n 'PG-13' (CC)
to the Caribbean. C (CC)
(:00) ** WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE (1998) *** LACKAWANNA BLUES (2005, Drama) S. (:45) Making the
HBO-S Halle Berry, Vivica A. Fox. A look at 1950s crooner Epatha Merkerson, Mos Def. A woman takes care of a Soranos
Frankie Lymon and his three wives. C 'R' (CC) boy and helps struggling blacks. C (CC) (CC
(:35) ** TRUE LIES (1994, Adventure) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom * *: NATIONAL LAMPOON'S
MAX-E Amold. A man lives the double life of a spy and a family man. A 'R' (CC) ANIMAL HOUSE (1978) John
Belushi. n 'R' (CC)
(6:30) *** KINGDOM OF HEAVEN (2005) Orlando * THE THIN RED LINE (1998, War) Sean Penn, Adren Brody, Jim
MOMAX Bloom, Eva Green. Premiere. Ayoung knight protects Caviezel. Based on James Jones' novel about the battle of GUadalcanal.
Jerusalem from invaders, C 'R'(CC) Cl 'R' (CC)
(6:15) *** (:15) ** s ALFIE (2004, Comedy-Drama) Jude Law, Marisa Tomei, HUFF "Whipped Doggie" (iTV) Huff
SHOW MEAN GIRLS Omar Epps. iTV. A London womanizer works as a chauffeur in New York. helps Teddy find an assisted-living
(2004) 'PG-13' Cl 'R' (CC) facility. (N) a (CC)
S(6:15) * GOD- ** THE PRINCE & ME (2004, Romance-Comedy) Julia Stiles, Luke THE KISS (2003, Drama) Terence
TMC SEND (2004) Mably, Ben Miller. A collegian and a Danish prince fall in love. C 'PG' Stamp. A book editor searches for
SGregKinnear. (CC) an author. 'NR' (CC)


SUNDAY EVENING APRIL 9, 2006

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

(:00) The Nature'The Queen of the Trees" Rosemary and Thyme "Seeds of MasteeceTheatre Naturalist
U WPBT awrence Welk The fig wasp is a vital supplier of Time" A mysterious Southern Amer- Gerald Durrell's autobiography
Show "Spring" life. (N) A (CC) (DVS) can man is found dead. C |about his eccentric family. (N)
(:00) 60 Minutes Cold Case "Beautiful Little Fool" A ROBERT LUDLUM'S COVERT ONE: THE HADES FACTOR (2006, Sus-
0 WFOR (N) \ (CC) woman learns that an ancestor's pense) (Part 1 of 2) Stephen Dorff, Mira Sorvino. Premiere. An elite team
murder is unsolved. (N) (CC) must locate the source of a deadly virus. ) (CC)
S(:00) Dateline The West Wing Josh and Santos Law & Order: Criminal Intent A Crossing Jordan A schizophrenic
S WTVJ NBC Singer Pink. must face the loss of their vice pres- young violinist is pushed to her in a halfway house is the prime sus-
(N) (CC) idential candidate. (N) (CC) death at the opera house. (N) n pect when a girl is murdered.
King of the Hill The Simpsons The War at Family Guy In- Free Ride Nate News (CC)
B WSVN Church-hopping. Homergoes to Home "13 Going temshipwih turns down a job
(N) ) India. (N) A On $30,000" Mayor est. (N) interview.
S(00) America's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition "Craft Family" A high-school coach in Grey's Anatomy A male patient
S WPLG Funniest Home Texas is chosen for a home makeover. (N) / (CC) seems to have a hysterical pregnan-
Videos (N) (CC) cy. (CC)

00) Flip This The First 48 Detectives probe the Confrontation Convicts are con- Intervention (CC)
A&E House Red brick shootings of four men who were sit- fronted by their victims. (CC)
house. ting in a car. (CC)
Extra Time BBC News Dateline London BBC News Little Europe Air- BBC News Have Your Say
BBCI(Latenight). (Latenight). bus; song con- (Latenight).
IBCI test.
BET The Jamie Foxx In Living Co LivingLivi Color Soul Food Cl (CC) The Down Low Exposed (CC)
BET Show CC (CC) () n (CC) _
:26 Venture (N) CANADA RUSSIA'72 (2006) (Part 1 of 2) Booth Savage. Premiere. CBC News: Sunday Night (CC)
CBC C Team Canada competes against a Russian hockey team in 1972.
C Wall Street Jour- High Net Worth Chris Matthews The Apprentice "King of the Jingle" Global Players With Sabine Chris-
NIJ nal Report -n (CC) tiansen
CNN (4:00 CNN Live CNN Presents Larry King Live CNN Sunday Night
CNN Sunday (CC)
SCARY MOVIE 2 (2001, Comedy) Shawn ** SUPER TROOPERS (2001, Comedy) Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin
COM Wayans, Marlon Wayans. Members of a psychology Heffernan, Steve Lemme. Budget cuts threaten the jobs of five state
class venture into a haunted house. (CC) troopers. (CC)
(:00) The Investi- Cops "Resisting Cops A fight at a Cops n (CC) Cops n (CC) Hot Pursuit Hot Pursuit
COURT gators Arrest No. 1" < gas station.
Hannah Mon- STUCK IN THE SUBURBS (2004, Comedy-Drama) (:35) Phil of the Phil of the Fu- Life With Derek
DISN tana Miley gums Danielle Panabaker, Brenda Song. Two friends want to Future"Corner ture A new friend "Male Code Blue"
things up. reveal a pop star's true persona. Pocket" for Keely.
DI Barkitecture DIYto the Res- DIY to the Res- Grounds for m- Grounds for Im- From Junky to Fresh Coat
DIY cue T cue ", provement provement Funky__
W Euromaxx Journal: The In Focus (Ger- Journal: mit Re- Kultur.21 Journal: with Euromaxx
DW Week man). porter Reporters
E! Model-Story Hugh Hefner: Girlfriends, Wives and Centerfolds: The E! True Holly- The Best of Talk Soup (N)
E!i wood Story (N) t (CC) ___________
ESPN 00) Baseball MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs. From Wrigley Field in Chicago. (Live) (CC)
ESPN Tonight (CC) "
ESPNI Beisbol Esta MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs. From Wrigley Field in Chicago. (Live) (CC)
ESPNI Noche (Live)______.o__
EWTN IFather Solemn Mass of Palm Sunday With Pope Benedict XVI
CW ffN Groeschel
FIT TV :00) Chasing Art of the Athlete "Martina Insider Training "Beach Volleyball" The Gym "Hot Squad" Amber tries
IT TV Lance (CC) Navratilova" Martina Navratilova. *C Volleyball. (CC) out for a cheer squad. (CC)
FOX-NC (:00) Fox Report War Stories With Oliver North The Line-Up (Live) Big Story Primetime (Live)
Poker Super- Poker Superstars Invitational FSN PRIDE Fighting Special CMI: The Chris Around the
FSNFL stars Tournament From Las Vegas. (Taped) Myers Interview Track
GOLF (:00) Live From the Masters (Live) Live From the Masters
GSN (:00) Greed (CC) Anything to Win Chess player Bob- Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Dog Eat Dog n (CC)
by Fischer. (CC) (CC)
AT. h (:00) Fastlane Star Trek: The Next Generation Star Trek: The Next Generation The Man Show The Man Show
G4T ch o010" (CC) Too Short a Season" n (CC) "The Big Good-Bye" ) (CC) (CC) (CC)
LOVE'S ENDURING PROMISE (2004, Drama) Kather- LOVE'S LONG JOURNEY (2005, Drama) Erin Cottrell, Logan
HALL ine Heigl, Dale Midkiff. A mysterious traveler woos a pi- Bartholomew, Dale Midkiff. Newlywed settlers face hardship as they build
oneer couple's daughter. (CC) new lives. (CC)
Designed to Sell Junk Brothers Handyman Su- Buy Me "High House Hunters Holmes on Homes'Taking a Bath"
HGTV Smallhome The Desk and perstar Chal- Grunge" C (CC) Search for a Maui n (CC)
makeover. (CC) the Bike" (N) n lenge Cl (CC) condo. n
INSP It's a New Day In Touch Finding and following The King Is Voice of Revival Jack Van Impe Manna-Fest (CC)
INSP God's will. (CC) Coming (CC) "' Presents (CC)
Reba Potential Reba Kyra con- Charmed Piper organizes an en- NBA Basketball Los Angeles Clippers at Los Angeles
KTLA new neighbors sides moving in gagement party for Paige and Hen-. Lakers. From Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Live)
upset Reba. with er father, ry.n (CC) _
*x MURDER AT 75 BIRCH (1999, Mystery) Melissa FATAL DESIRE (2006, Suspense) Anne Heche, Eric Roberts. A man has
LIFE Gilbert, Gregory Harrison. A widow's brother-in-law an affair with a married woman he meets online. (CC)
may actually be a murderer. (CC)
MSNBC MSNBC Inv: Ba- MSNBC Investigates: Diagnosis MSNBC Investigates: The Vanish- Meet the Press (CC)
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ACROSS
1 In prisonperhaps, but they may be
driven home (6)
7 Jack's traditional dance (8)
8 Something appetising on the
computer screen? (4)
10 Quietly fix the hedge (6)
11 Read of an eccentric peer touring
the States (6)
14 Cry because there are many
contradictory directions? (3)
16 Chances ofgetting the wrong skisat
the tourist centre (5)
17 Bad weather for the man in the
movie (4)
19 The couple had a meal (5)
21 He'll pop round at six (5)
22 A solder might be lamed
winning one (5)
23 No permission to act at the National
Theatre (4)
26 Be precise as to how to get the
amount of money Increased (3,2)
28 Looking sick can be a
bit of a wangle (3)
29 Lit, at last, the bad cigar-
how sadly (6)
30 Where we possibly came in during
the show (6)
31 Hill dwellers? (4)
32 For a time, there's still water
movement (8)
33 Finish the party with onedrink too
many at speed (6)


DOWN
1 Something to eat before
breakfast (6)
2 A leggy team (6)
3. Close up suitable huts(4)
.4 Annoyed by a gender confusion (7)
5 Fgure a suit suitable for a saint (5)
6 Keeps mad dogs! (5)
8 In opera, she's on the road again (4)
9 Novel in three ways
out of the four (3)
12 Get free of Fay-kick her
out Friday! (3)
13 A gaggle to look up to (5)
15 It's comfortable for a police inspector
on a truck (5)
18 Tell in advance that half a month is
over half an hour (5)
19 Pop up again (3)
20 The penniless have nothing (3)
21 Shows Of French old people (7)
22 Vessel coming In from Uganda (3)
23 He was guillotiied and
not reformed (6)
24 Persons employed in bonesetting (4)
25 Very poor attempt to get out of the
wood (6)
26 Distribute right in the West,
perhaps (5)
27 One using many an acre for sound
reproduction (5)
28 Get the girl(3)
30 In Normandy, can
S Include the east (4)


ACROSS
1 Lecturer (6)
7 Neighbouring (8)
8 English river (4)
10 Wilderness (6)
11 Exile (6)
14 Anger (3)
16 Mountainous (5)
17 Defence feature (4)
19 Deadly (5)
21 Disgusting (5)
22 Magic spirit (5)
23 Worry (4)
26 Fish basket (5)
28 Fish eggs (3)
29 Truly (6)
30 Straight (6)
31 Gemstone (4)
32 Permitting (8)
33 Cricket team (6)


Yesterday's cryptic solutions Yesterdays easy solutions
ACROSS: 1, Globe 6, Oakum 9, Uniform 10, H-0-ard 11, ACROSS: 1,Trash 6, Curry 9, Pelican 10, Acorn 11, Rigid
Co-L-in 12, Baths 13, T-un-efuf15, Boa 17, O-pen 18, 12, Carat 13, Topical 15, Wet 17, Anon 18, Beside 19,
Friend 19, Blood 20, G-rebe-s 22, Some 24, Si-R 25, Feral 20, Editor 22, Hero 24, Rut 25, Melanin 26, Fever
S-pper26, Dummy 27, Paris 28, Dan-ce 29, Centaur 27, Scru 28, Lamps 29, Manager 30, Ashen 31, Adder
30, I'd-led 31, Essay
DOWN: 2, Look up3, Burden 4, End 5 Of--al 6, Or-chard DOWN: 2, Reckon 3, Sprain 4, Hen 5, Vital 6, Caramel 7,
7, Amos 8, Un-i-son 12, Bulls 13, Tongs14, Never 15, Uit 8, Raised 12, Caper 13, Taper 14, Posit 15, Widen
Be-bop 16, Adder 18, Forty 19, Be-mused 21, Rib-ald 22, 16Tenon 18, Baker 19, Foreman 21, Dunces 22, Hazard
Spears 23, Mercia 25, S-M-ith 26, Dice 28, Due 23, Ripple 25, Medal 26, Fume 28, Lea


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Deliberately Misdirected Defense


South dealer.
Both sides vulnerable.
NORTH
4106
V954
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+K86
WEST EAST
4K53 +72
S82 VKQJ763
4986 *104
41097 52 +AQ3
SOUTH
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TA-10
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4J4
The bidding:
South West North East
14 Pass INT 2 T
34 Pass 44
Opening lead eight of hearts.
Basically, a defender's falsecard is
designed to mislead declarer without
fooling partner at the same time. On
rare occasions, however, the intent is
exactly the opposite, with the false-
card deliberately aimed at deceiving
partner without trying to mislead
declarer at all. .
Witness today's deal, where
South wound up in four spades after
East had overcalled in hearts. West
led the eight of hearts, but instead of


making the normal play of the jack at
trick one the lowest card from
equals by a defender not on lead -
East played the king!
This violation of standard proce-
dure by East was designed to create
the impression in West's mind that
declarer had the queen of hearts.
East's purpose was to induce West to
shift to another suit namely, clubs
- if West gained the lead.
Declarer took the first trick with
the ace of hearts, crossed to dummy
with a diamond and tried a spade
finesse. West won and, having cred-
ited South with the queen of hearts
after the play to the first trick, natu-
rally decided to look elsewhere for
additional tricks. The only realistic
possibility seemed to lie in clubs, so
he shifted to the club ten, whereupon
East took two clubs and a heart to set
the contract one trick.
Had East not intentionally de-
ceived his partner at trick one, West
might well have returned a second
heart after taking the spade king.
Declarer would then have had made
the contract, since East could collect
no more than a heart and a club
before South claimed the rest.
But as East hoped, his partner fell
right into the trap he had so skillfully
laid for him.


HOW many words of four letters or more can you make
from the letters shown here? In making a word, each letter
may be used once only. Each must contain the centre letter
and there must be at least one nine-letter word. No plurals or
verb forms ending in "s', no words with Initial capitals and no
words with a hyphen or apostrophe permitted.
The first word o a phrase Is permitted (e.g. inkJet in inkjet
printer).
TODAY'S TARGET
Good 10: very good 15: excellent 20 (or more). Solution Monday.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION
acre acrid admire aired amir arcade arced area areca
aria arid armed cadre camera camper caper card care
cared carp carped cedar cider cram cramp cramped
crape cream cried crime crimp crimped damper dare
dear diaper dire dram drama drape dream drip emir
mare mire mired pacer padre pair paired parade
PARAMEDIC pare pared pear perm pier pram price
priced pride pried prim primra prime primed race raced
raid ramp rape raped rapid read ream reap recap repaid
rice ride rime rimed ripe


DOWN
1 Aimless (6)
2 Turn aside (6)
3 Rage (4)
4 Arthurian knight (7)
5 Danger(5)
6 Irritating (5)
8 Continent (4)
9 Mineral (3)
12 Zero (3)
13 Incination (5)
15 Paved area (5)
18 Earthy
colour (5)
19 Swampland (3)
20 Bind (3)
21 Chaps(7)
22 Set (3)
23 Hunt (6)
24 Stagger (4)
.25 Italian
painter (6)
26 Dairy
product (5)
27 Bird of prey (5)
28 Tear(3)
30 Venetian prince (4)


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OFF ATYPE OF
THE LIGHT SOURCE GIVES
RADIATION
THAT 15 SIMI-
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Mikhail Gurevich v Evgeny
Sveshnikov, Riga 1988. Gurevich is 8
now Belgiums top grandmaster, a
current world-title contender and
one of the most respected players 6
in Western Europe. At the time of
today's game, he had been USSR
champion but was still just
another Soviet wannabe hoping to 3
Impress hard-currency tournament
organizers in the West His 2
opponent was already globally
known, inventor of the popular
Sveshnikov variant of the Sicilian
Defence 1 e4 cS 2Nf3 Nc6 3 d4
cxd4 4 Nxd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 e5. Most
experts would back a draw from
the diagram. Material is level, and
all pawns are on the same side of
the board. Sveshnikov'sproblem is
back-rank danger to his king,
which, unlike White's monarch, has
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Black's resource 3..RbS! would
remove the rook from attack and
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geted for. If need be, you might have
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Otherwise, mistakes may occur; ,
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You're upbeat and ready to tackle
anything, Scorpio. Be as overzealous
as you'd like; things are all liound"to
go your way this week. Love every
minute, of it.
SAGHITARIUS Nov 230Dec 1
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statement lately, Sagittarius?
Your savings account is .large
than you thought. Don't'spend all
the extra cash at once, though. *
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Capricorn, so have a few people oid
one day this week, or throw a. la .W"
bash just for the heck of it. YQu' W
the consummate host or hostess.
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It's been difficult getting along
a spouse or a romantic .part
Aquarius. That's because )
haven't been open-minded to
person's feelings.
PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
You'll need to change your plans
week, Pisces. Something has c
up last-minute that you cannot
out on.


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