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Haitian national

transferred to

New Providence

shows signs

of disease


N By PAUL G
TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
ONE OF the Haitian
nationals at the Carmichael
Road Detention Centre
rounded up by Immigration
officials in Exuma has been
"quarantined" after showing
signs of exposure to malaria.
Two days after Health offi-
cials revealed that a case of
.malaria was found on Exuma,
Immigration conducted a
roundup on the island and
transferred several suspected
illegal immigrants to New
Providence. Reportedly, they
came from the same area in
which the disease was found.
Weston Saunders, officer in
charge of the Detention Cen-
tre, said it is suspected that
the man has contracted the
disease. He questioned the
logic behind bringing the Hait-
ian group to the capital if it
were thought they were found
in the same community in
which the disease was discov-
ered.
Mr Saunders said the man
in question has been removed
from the centre and is now at
the Princess Margaret Hospi-


tal where he is undergoing
"further examinations".
"Obviously there is I.uspi-
cion; but-we-eouldn't conLirm
what has happened here in
Nassau. These people i group
recently rounded tip in Exu-
ma) came out of that particu-
lar area in Exuma, so they
have been exposed, but we are
taking all the necessary pre-
cautions, and everyone has
been screened. Immigration,
Defence Force, Social Ser-
vices, and all other personnel
at the centre, and, of course
the detainees have been
screened," Mr Saunders said.
With the most severe torm
of malaria diagnosed as the
strain found in Exuma, Health
officials are still awaitingthe
results of screening done at
the Carmichael Road Deten-
tion Centre.
Chief Medical Officer with
the Ministry of Health Dr
Merceline Dahl-Regis, iden-
tified the parasitic strain caus-
ing the disease as the Plas-
modium falciparum, a species
of plasmodium that causes the
most severe and potentially
fatal malaria in humans.
SEE page nine


Long Island malaria reports

'based solely on rumour'

M By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
HEALTH officials yesterday moved to quell the fears of Long
Islanders afit r reports of a possible malaria outbreak on that island
rapidly spread ithii ugli all settlements s and communities.
The Department ot En\ ironmental Health on Long Island con-
firmed that so far in\ estigations show that the reports of two cas-
es of malaria are based solely on rumour and not on facts.
Ho%%eler. speaking with The Tribune yesterday, residents said
they iere concerned that the disease may spread to Long Island as
many natives % ork in Esuma v. here the first outbreak of malar-
ia was recorded and commute to Long Island on a regular basis.
Clara Thompson. Head Inspector and officer in charge of the
Long Island en ironmnental health department, said yesterday that
the reports, despite not ha ing been verified, are circulating
throughout the island.
"Right now they are only rumours. We've been on surveillance
for the anoepheles mosquito which carries malaria and have not
fund :n\
1 \ c .1 eirs ar. bringing the mosquitoes from Exuma, then they
airc nrot here vet," she said.
Long landj MiP Larry Cartwright said yesterday that although he
had not heard the reports of the two alleged malaria cases, it is
always a concern as ihe island is very close to Exuma.
"The islands are very near, and you'll have people travelling
back and forth. Normally Long Islanders work in Exuma for the
period of a month and then return home on the weekends. So
SEE page nine


1 PVC pipes fell from the back of a truck carrying them yesterday evening at the lights of Skyline Dri e and Poinciana
Drive. A lane was blocked by the pipes, bringing traffic to a standstill.
(Photo: Felipe Major/Tribune staff)


Employees
EMPLOYEES of the Broad-
casting Corporation of the
Bahamas gathered in front of 1 :
ZNS yesterday to protest a deci-
sion made by the corporation .. -
stemming from an alleged phys- .'
ical assault of an employee by a
manager.
ZNS workers were joined by
BCPOU president Robert Far-
quharson and BTC union mem-
bers for the protest yesterday.
Mr Farquharson said that a
member of management was
accused of physically assaulting
an employee.
"The matter was reported to
the Royal Bahamas Police
Force at the Wulff Road police
station and it is being actively
investigated," he said.
The union leader said that
after the employee returned to
work on Thursday, he learned
of the corporation's decision to
suspend, rather than dismiss, the
manager for his actions. N ZN
It is alleged that the manager
was given 13 days off with pay
after which he will continue as |lD |
an employee of the Broadcast- up
ing Corporation.
"We feel that this is incorrect, B By RO'
the corporation has failed to FORBE
provide a safe working envi-
ronment, not only for (the THE
employee) but for any other stand on
employee. Every employee has make deci
the right to come to working a ficial to th
safe environment and not be said St Mi
assaulted," said the BCPOU Dupuch.
president. Using tl
"They have acted unfairly and bly as a pi
unjustly in this matter. If the a number:
roles were reversed and it was a issues, Mr
2006/200
SEE page nine


of ZNS stage protest


S employees stage a protest outside of the Broadcasting Corporation yesterday.


uch: it's time for country to 'grow up'


YANNE
ES-DARVILLE
Bahamas should
its "own feet" and
sions that are bene-
.e country's growth,
argaret's MP Pierre
he House of Assem-
latform to speak on
r of controversial
Du'puch, during the
07. budget debate


explained, that while succes-
sive governments may have
been swayed by international
pressures, it is now time for
the country to, "grow up."
"We-have to understand
what other people are doing is
for their benefit and we have
to get rid of the slave instinct,"
Mr Dupuch said, while harsh-
ly criticising former prime
minister Hubert Ingraham, for
what he claimed was Mr.
Ingraham's role in fostering


that image.
"We have to get (the belief)
out of our head that we are
second class citizens, because
the word has gone abroad
that. that is the way we feel
about ourselves."
The Petro Caribe initiative,
he said, is a deal the Bahamas
should seriously consider.
"This deal will bring the
cost of gas down and after the
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is adjourned to Monday
is adjourned to Monday,


THE DECISION on whether
to have accused murderer
Cordell Farrington stand sepa-
rate trials for the murder of
Jamaal Robins, 22, and four
Grand Bahama schoolboys was
adjourned to Monday.
This after the court was:given
notice that Farrington's lawyer
Romona Farquharson would be.
unable to attend court yester-
day.
Justice Allen told the press
that Ms Farquharson had


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informed the court that due to a
death in her family, she would
not be able to attend. The case
was adjourned to Monday, June
19.
Local prosecutors want sep-
arate charges to be laid against
Farrington, 38, for the murders
Sof Robins, and the school boys
- Mackinson Colas, 12, Junior
Reme, 11, DeAngelo McKen-
zie, 13, and Desmond Rolle, 14.
The four boys disappeared
between May and September
that year.
Jamaal Robins was not
reported missing until May,
2003.
Prosecutors say the cases
have been transferred from
Grand Bahama to the New
Providence Supreme Court to
avoid jury prejudice.


* CORDELL FARRINGTON
(FILE Photo)
Romona Farquharson, Far-
rington's lawyer, Wants all of


the matters to be combined.
Mrs Farquharson believes it
would be in the _Oest interest ,,,
of her client to hAve the five'-
charges joined so that her
client will face one trial. M*- ,
She maintains that the mur-
ders were all a part of a series., ,
of events.
Prosecutors disagree.
They claim that Robins',
murder occurred in 2002. near- -..
ly a year before those of the
younger boys. .
Prosecutors want Farrington
to stand trial for Robins' mur- ,:.
der first, followed by a trial ,:,.,
for the murders of the four ,,,
boys.


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Haitian boat captain denies charge
A 64-YEAR-OLD Haitian boat captain was granted $5,000 cash' ::
bail yesterday after he denied being aware that he had dozens ot
boxes of uncustomed prescription drugs on his boat.
Albert Cesar, of Port de.Paix, Haiti was brought before Magis-
trate Carolita Bethel at Court Eight on Bank Lane yesterday to
answer to the charge of possession of uncustomed goods.
It was alleged that on Tuesday, June 13, Cesariras found in '
possession of 21 boxes of Ampicilin capsules. 11 boNes of Ibuflam
capsules (400 mg), two boxes of Ibuflam capsules (600 mgt. 28
bo\es of Cyproheptadine tablets, one box of (Flaicihlor 250 mg). 31
bottles of Ciprinol and four Cyproheptadine tablets, which he
imported into the Bahamas contrary'to the Customs Management'
Act.
It is alleged that police found the drugs on Cesar's vessel, which
was moored off Arawak Cay.-
Through his interpreter Cesar admitted that he had captained the
vessel from Haiti, but denied that he knew of the drugs being on the
boat.
The case has been adjourned to November 22. ,

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Japan,
pro-whaling
nations lose
early votes
at St. Kitts
conference

* FRIGATE BAY, St. Kitts
PRO-WHALING
nations, led by Japan, lost
two key votes Friday at the
International Whaling Com-
mission's annual meeting -
an indication they may not
have the majority necessary
to take control of the body
and try to repeal its ban on
commercial hunting,
according to Associated
Press.
In the first vote, Japan
sought to remove the issue
of hunting dolphins and
porpoises from the agenda
of the 70-member IWC but
failed by a 32-30 vote.
In the second vote, Japan
lost its bid to introduce
secret ballots, something the
group has never done for'
major initiatives in its 60-
year history, officials said.
The resolution failed by a
33-30 vote, witl the
Solomon Islands a nation
that usually sides with Japan
abstaining.,
Belize, a small Cential
American country that has
received aid 'from Japan and
had been expected to sup-
port it on the whaling comr
mission, voted against
against it in both votes.
New Zealand's Conserva-
tion minister Chris C:reri
described-the defeat of the
secret ballot resoltition a
major victory for anti-whal-
ing nations.


Internet child




porn 'needs




addressed




aggressively'


* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE problem of Internei
child pornography needs tc
be addressed "aggressively'
if it is to be prevented from
escalating, according to co-
ordinator for the Urban
Renewal Project Keith Bell
. The matter, Mr Bell said.
is'not!'just a government
issue, but a country-wide
issue that has to be
addressed by all insti-
tutions.
"The justification for the
need for quick action is
apparent as more and more
cases of pornographic mate-
rial are being placed on the
Internet in the Bahamas,"
he said.
"There are no national
boundaries in the Bahamas
any more. Persons can com-
mit a crime with a touch of
a button by way of the
Internet."
Mr Bell stressed the
importance of legislative


intervention in dealing with
the problem.
"Our focus shouldn't be
on the problem itself, we
need to look at how we are
going to seek to remedy this
problem. I think that the
first approach has to be




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issue i


TH-E issue of child Internet
pornography has been attract-
ing a great deal of attention
over the past few months.
The Minister of Social Ser-
vices and Community Devel-
opment Melanie Griffin high-
lighted the issue in her contri-
bution to the budget debate in
the House of Assembly this
week
She ljid thai Inteicne- child
poinulri.iph\ is ri\\ n I "'ilm ier
ot lr.I\t concern..
Mr-. Gritfin poAiniJ d O'L ihat
p['i lCnis SlioulJ mninil ,r ihr ir
chl i iC11 e pioperl\
iICn ,c i_. ,l'2 C.til: i tiC i .tctV


In L h rue Ind .1i pj nIts
11ohuldn Iac acccs hi thu cthil-
In April l T ,I Ti i ,T.ib .
re t e led 1i th, accLdin t' 10
police sjta ti cs. a particular
child p.rn \idc' \\as \ ed
bM 4.liii lpe o l.p 1 ll he
B.lahamla "illun hllc firlsti h'Otir
It \...i r.lel. Ncd
Thli. pisi Di .Sn1Jd. D, .n-
P.ltilicO1 \\ nld I n .Ap l l.lt
pornoL!'ri:ph\ c1an bie u;ed by
e\ul al p redat .i t [ prlepait
chlildr.n'[or lltel \ictnniil lic ion.


through legislative inter-
vention, which makes these
people accountable and
answerable not only the
perpetrators, but those sec-
ondary parties who engage
in those kind of things," he
said.


THE Minister of Social
Services and Community
Development Melanie Griffin
In an interview with The Tri-
bune yesterday, Minister Grif-
fin explained that her ministry
has launched a campaign to
provide education and infor-
mation to the general public
regarding child pornography.
In addition, her ministry is
currently in consultations on a
new Family and Child Protec-
tion Bill.
The proposed legislation, she
said, will give the minister the
ability to put in place regula-
tions to deal with child abuse
and child pornography.


Fogging in mile-and-a-half

radius of Detention Centre

HEALTH officials say they have completed the fogging
of two areas within a mile-and-a-half radius of the Deten-
tion Centre.
The Ministry of Health announced yesterday that the
vector control unit of the Department of Environmental
Health Services conduced a site inspection of the Detention
Centre to identify potential breed sites.
There were no discoveries of breeding of the anoepheles
mosquito, which carries malaria. Light trapping was also
negative, the department's report said.
At present, the department is continuing site inspec-
tions and light trapping within a mile-and-a-half radius.
Larvicidiig to prevent mosquito emergence has been
conducted of all standing water sites in New Providence, the
ministry's statement said.
All vector activities will continue throughout New Prov-
idence for the duration of the rainy season.
The Department of Environmental Health Services will
be using the adulticide Malathion, which has a pungent
odour.
Persons who are hypersensitive to chemicals should take
precautionary measures, the ministry said.
Fogging activities will be conducted between the hours of
10pm and 2am.
In addition, the department's vector control team in
Exuma will continue to conduct fogging and larviciding
exercises throughout the island.
On Saturday, June 17, the department will have com-
pleted its second cycle of fogging and larviciding of the
entire island of Great Exuma.
The Exuma Cays will be addressed during the week of
June 19, the ministry's release said.



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Suspected tomb raider finds Etruscan tomb


VEIO, Italy (AP) A suspected tomb
raider turned.police informant has led
archaeologists to what experts described Fri-
day as the oldest known frescoed burial
chamber in Europe.
The tomb, located on a hilly wheat field
north of Rome, belonged to a warrior prince
from the nearby Etruscan town of Veio, said
archaeologists who took journalists on a tour
of the site.
Dating from around 690 B.C., the under-
ground burial chamber is decorated with
roaring lions and migratory birds. Experts
are hailing it as the earliest example of the
funerary decorations that would later.
become common in the Greek and Roman
world.
"This princely tomb is unique and it marks
the origin of Western painting," said Cul-
ture Minister Francesco Rutelli.
Authorities were led to the site in May by
an Italian man on trial for trafficking in ille-
gally excavated artifacts.
He revealed the location of the tomb in
hopes of gaining leniency from the court,
said Carabinieri Gen. Ugo Zottin, who heads
the paramilitary police squad assigned to art
theft.
Zottin declined to reveal the man's iden-
tity or discuss further details of his collabo-
"Sometimes the smugglers arrive before
the archaeologists, but luckily they could
not remove the frescoes," said Rutelli.
Looters who plundered the tomb over-
looked several funerary objects that were
hidden from sight by the collapse of part of
the chamber's red-painted ceiling.
Besides the frescoes, archaeologists have
uncovered decorated vases imported from
Greece, a sword and metal spits used to roast
meat for the prince's table. A two-wheeled
bronze chariot was found standing in front of
the rounded archway that leads into the bur-
ial chamber.
The recovery.of elegant broaches, a wool
spindle and other objects usually used by
females suggests that at least one woman,
possibly the prince's wife, was buried in the
tomb, said Francesca Boitani, the lead
archaeologist on the dig.
The urns containing the cremated remains
of the tomb's owners, normally placed in
one of the chamber's niches, are believed to
have been taken by looters, Boitani said.
The images of birds and fang-baring felines
remain the highlight of what experts are call-
ing "The Tomb of the Roaring Lions."
Although decorated prehistoric caves pre-


date by millennia the Etruscan tomb, experts
say it is the oldest example in the Western
world of a specially built funerary chamber
decorated with mural paintings.
"Prehistoric paintings are something else,"
Boitani said. "Here we see used for the first
time the techniques described in ancient texts
and used in Western civilization in the fol-
lowing centuries."
Mural paintings have been found in some
burial chambers in Turkey, but those date
back to the 6th century B.C., while the Etr-
uscan tomb is at least a century older, said
Giovanni Colonna, an expert on the Etr-
uscan civilization at Rome's La Sapienza
University.
The architecture of the tomb, the style of
the paintings and the images of lions an
animal that didn't roam central Italy show
the builders were influenced by art coming
from Greece, Egypt and Asian kingdoms,
Colonna said.
Although the same art is used on Greek
vases of the time, no decorated tombs from
that period have been found in Greece or
elsewhere in Europe, he said.
SThe images in the Etruscan tomb were
outlined in black and red with paints pro-
duced from minerals and archaeologist
believe theywere .fixec,oq;thc '.ll urine ..,
compo'und created by crushing ,nr' ii !>... .
found in the area.
The birds are symbols of the passage into
the afterlife, while the lions "represent the
horror for what lies beyond life," said Anna .
Maria Moretti, the superintendent for antiq-
uities in areas around Rome.
The surrounding hills are likely to hide
further tombs, but a lack of funds means it
will be difficult to conduct further digs soon,
she said. '
The prosperous town of Veio rivalled for ,
centuries with Rome just 10 miles away -'
finally succumbing to the invading legions
in 396 B.C., a fate soon shared by the rest of
the Etruscan civilization.
Lavish tombs the Etruscans left behind
riddle the region north of Rome and their
treasures are often prey to looters.
Artifacts found in the newly discovered
tomb are likely to go to Rome's Villa Giulia
Museum, the city's top repository for Etr-
uscan art, Moretti said. Archeologists work-
ing to restore the frescoes hope the tomb
will be open to the public in the future but no
date has been set, she said.
(This article was written by Ariel David
of the Associated Press).


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remarks frtm


/ A


Dr N


EDITOR, The Tribune.
I WOULD like to respond to
the remarks made by the Min-
ister of Health Hon Dr Bernard
Nottage, while on Grand
Bahama last week.
In my opinion the Minister's
statement, in and of itself, was
inflammatory, careless, without
merit, lacked facts, and was very
prejudicial. He made assump-
tions based on no facts.
Minister Nottage talks of per-
sons calling themselves doctors
and he can't verify anyone's
qualifications, and he is very
concerned that persons are
being taken off their medica-
tions, getting worse in health
and in some cases dying. He has
gone on to say that he would
not recommend natural medi-
cine to anyone who is seriously
ill.
If I may inform Minister Not-
tage, when I returned from Uni-
versity in 1994, he was not in a
position to obtain any informa-
tion or dialogue between myself
and the Ministry of Health. In
1997 he was just holding on to
his political career, when I was
engaged in continued dialogue
with the Ministry of Health and
the Chief Medical Officer. In
2002 Minister Nottage was sent
into political oblivion after los-
ing his seat in Kennedy, and he
ought to be thankful to the
Prime Minister for resurrecting


his politic;
be a man
gance.
And sti
attempted
there is a
issue of n
would like
Nottage tl
sess is a "p
of commur
Medical C
istry of He
are legal m
fore be in
dialogue
because I
or The M
The Bahar
Is he to
Soldier R
speaks abe
has never 1
does he gel
not hiding
never calle
speak with
ural Med
wants to er
ulate natu
he was in
presented
to regulate
Minister.


Two Bahamian
EDITOR, The Tribune.
'-; EAbERSILISTENERS& history will rec
day, June 3rd. 2006, (the day after Labour D
the world joined the Bahamas in celebrating
passing of a great icon, Mrs Kayla Lockhart
came that another icon, Mr Gordon Lowe, al
Both of these icons made a positive different
development, of this great country that we ca
They freely and abundantly shared, the rich
en gifts and talents. Their voices travelled
heard for decades, with the same luster and w
not to ask, "Who is that?" Kayla. with her tw
ful smile and that sweet melodious voice, whe
or the arts. Gordon with that distinct barito
around the islands, be it a hurricane season.
ever.
Their assignment on this earth is completed.
dignity andpride. I adMronish those of us who
we exit this world, let it be penned that we also
ference to nation building and the world, by th
talents.
To the immediate, and extended families
icons, I say, "many thanks," for sharing their
legacy continue.
PAMALA JOHNSON
STUBBS
Nassau,
June 6, 2006.


At A: : ;*8n


ottage


impression ftha', e o in r ,lnr




al career. He should at'heart? How can pluffi'disonc
of humility not arro- 'regulate eleotricinls,tor tmroha'-'
Itcs regulate teachers? Alhdavou
l11 to date he has not right to their owni association',, :
d to ascertain why. He h.i 'loubygh medaltl;.jig o hii, .
contention oi'the self with soiAe)ieonset h s .:o -a
natural medicine. I his colleagues w is y en d Xopi n-,
Sto inform Minister d ions on those grounds. In a pr-iht
hat one thing 1 pos- vi-.iu i Imm uniajtion fry,}
aper trail" with ycrn myself, p' the,, Nf i nilrr. ,tL.
nication between i!,>: remindedhim thti in ihe p--
ouncil and The Mnu tion which he holds, he.'should
health. Some of these not be partial towards anyone
matters, it N YLlJ ilid I c and 1 further told him'tlrA afas a
his best dte hre s not. Senator he has a sworn duty to
and not in-1 n me uphold aRtcdetefIJ mv ton-il-
have no fear oain hy. tu tional right s .a B ahmjurin.
ministry of Henili o r it nself wi ot h ;enined Minter
nas MedicafCineil. 1 Nhis college Binidnfh .r opin-,
d big to visit mie on i;. or.n inw. 21-1, 6and his scjre
oad? The Minister ions n tiill not \\on. In .
aut my clinic yetg 1 p Hos- vi; uld be huinouredC to
been there, so wvhele'r mse.!c u;i tl c his Pre Minis'-
t his information ri ti-, re .lm e him tha in'e p. bucr
g from him. He.ehasa and one'% hdo i ricides. not
dme,neversought fot etclud-is. It is a appjrnfrthati
i me concerning Nat-. Minister'"Nttfagre Bhs'finiafbr-
icine, and now he M ship tendencfh he hlds, hewul
iact legislation to reg-se nt be partial Ptari inis-
ral medicine. While ter and had anthr todimtngpoint'
political exile 1.had of \ icvt-.'' Bliti.miun -itizen? i
ai bill to parliament Those days a sre faworn siry
ae natural medicine. It tis very distgas iuBalor pner-
otstagey ogves th eJli s6' in nisipaot ertindersdinial-
ly attackaM.ee Ba'hamnia)i citizen I
SHe only had to.'call.i_ y nd i Ire
............... :................... buttM e qco u n t kn oyys; h ai
S'': remar1sovWereritetpd.t tI
KLe CSin G g, Leqq. l enxpla o
I con s Dr:Roop in Frcepo plci
oHolistic medicine, Dr ev
Bethel in Freeport uses natural
ut my clinic yet medicine, Dr Norman Gay, used
cord, -that on: Satur-:i natural medicines, Dr Huyler is
ay), as some parts of i registered Doctor of Chiro-
in the life, times and [.-cic tni ue-. nthi u al ini
t-Edwards, the news clie Dr Nhai i a ngiar'ljhm ia
,so passed. ic..iouranl Mi edicinete. 6 thesei gcf;i
ce to the growth, and. tlincen hate bico her-c h'tilr
ness of theio God-giv- rin g to hen.' I the imk not
for m niles, and were I challenge Hon Mlingisin
warmth. One needed Nottagf e to public debate f
inkling eyes, beautia :Those tcdaycs oa natural si, mn i
ether in song, drama; \s n Ni n ional. Lei 'ie ilinis-
one, as he took you ter bring his facis'-Jitollp's
reminiscing, or what- bring mine, let hinm .nw ',l
public venue, the.dati-ad ,.
They performed with MinisterI amn not alone, bliev
o remain, that, when n me I am nly tot alone
o minade a positive dif- I have a '"Constitynlona
ie use of our gifts and Right" to earn a living in m
country, and I villgo' td-ft
Sof these two great Pri\ CounclF tre.:dtend'l ta
n with us. May their l in r '
'. medicine, Dr Norman Gay, uises




















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June 12bl ihe da .i),
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OIn brief


Advisory

committee

to assist

Swift Justice

AN ADVISORY com-
mittee is being appoint-
ed to assist Attorney
General and Minister of
Justice Allyson May-
nard-Gibson to aid in
the implementation of
the Swift Justice initia-
tive.,.
The initiative was
designed to facilitate
the speedy and efficient
disposal of criminal
matters,
"Crime and the fear of
crime, are significant
issues for all Bahamians
and -law and order are
essential components in
the solution to these
issues," said Mrs May-
nard-Gibson during her
contribution to the bud-
get debate on Wednes-
day in the House of
Assembly.

Support
Since being appointed
attorney general, Mrs
Maynard-Gibson initiat-
ed the Swifi Justice
scheme with the support
of social partners.
"A consequence of
the ineffective delivery
of justice is increased
crime," she said. "The
Bahamas is our country
and we are all responsi-
ble for protecting and
preserving our
birthright.; .
"We will continue to
provide exemplary ser-
vice to those we are
committed to serve. We
believe that this 'Swift
Justice' model could be
implemerited through-
oJt the region," she
said.

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JUNE 17


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1:00 The Bahamas National
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2:30, The National Dance
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4:00 Sports Lifestyles
4:30 Gillette World Sports
5:00 Cricket World
5:30 Gillette World Cup 2006
6:00 Ballroom Boxing
7:00 'Bahamas Tonight
7:30 Native Stew
8:00 Bahamian Things
8:30 Island Jams
9:00 Tropical Beat
tQ:00 American Chart Show
ml-:00 The Bahamas Tonight
11:30 The Lounge
12:30 Comm.Pg. 1540AM

SUNDAY,
JUNE 18
2:00 Community Pg. 1540AM
8:30 The Covenant Hour
9:00 E.M.P.A.C.T.
9:30 The Voice That Makes The
.Difference
10:00 Effective Living
10:30 Morning Joy
11:00 Zion Baptist Church
1:00 Gillette World Sports
1:30 'Sports'Desk
2:00 A Rhema Moment
3:00 This Week In The Bahamas
3:30 Emest Angley Ministries
4:30 Temple Fellowship
Ministries Intemational
5:00 Walking In Victory
6:00 Free Community Church
7:00 Bahamas Tonight
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10:30 Bobby Jones
11:00 Bahamas Tonight
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Environmentalists meet


over proposed golf course

* By CHESTER ROBARDS ronmentalists, because a study they need the fill so either Spanish influenza during made into a park that they
by the Bahamas Environmen- the project in Cable Beach or World War I. would take the quarantine sta-
ENVIRONMENTAL advo- tal and Scientific Technology enlarging the harbour or Activists against the devel- tion and make it into a muse-
cates against Kerzner Interna- (BEST) Commission was the putting another harbour out at opment think the island should um, put replica boats like
tional's proposed golf course only thing that could have hin- the other end of the island, be made into a historical site or Bermuda did with a lot of his-
on Athol Island met on Thurs- dered the start of the develop- that's what's going to push it nature reserve, where Bahami- toric stuff, so that people could
alv to dinscus the hest wav to ment. they need the fill," he said. ans can go and learn about come out there and learn about


Uiy LU UIbIDZ IIC V Wy LU
oppose the pending develop-
ment.
Christopher Hartley, owner
of Hartley's Undersea Walk,
presented a self-made video
showing that there are sponges
living in the "Sea Garden"
near Athol Island that grow
only there.
He said the sponges; as well
as an abundance of other sea
life, would be affected if the
development were allowed to
proceed.
Steyen Wrinkle, owner of
Wrinkle Construction,
expressed his concern that time
is not on the side of the envi-


Study
"They had the EIS which is
the Environmental Impact
Study done; they had it pre-
pared at their expense and
then submitted it to govern-
ment for review," he said. "So
it is clearly on the side of the
developer."
However, Mr Hartley said
that the EIS was not the only
thing holding up the start of
the golf course.
"One of the reasons they
haven't done the development
is not just approvals; it's fill,


St Margaret MP Pierre
Dupuch also voiced his con-
cern in the House budget
debate about the destruction
of marine life that may occur
from this development.
"I recommend that the gov-
ernment take a very careful
look at the ramifications of the
filling in of areas in Athol or
around Athol Island," said Mr
Dupuch.
The government bought
Athol Island at a time when
the Bahamas and the world
was stricken with yellow fever
and cholera.
After that, it became a quar-
antine station for those with


their history.
"I had a dream one time that
maybe Athol Island should be


the early settlement of
the Bahamas," said Mr Hart-
ley.


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Notification of Death for

MR HEZRON ORAL
"Monk"
MOXEY JR., 40
of Pine Yard Road and formerly of Duncan
Town Ragged Island and Washington
Street, died at the Princess Margaret
Hospital on Wednesday, June 14, 2006.

He is survived by his:
Wife: Paulette Ferguson-Moxey;
Son: Rashad;
Parents: Captain Hezron Sr. and Elva Moxey;
Nine Brothers: Paul, Captain Andy, Kenneth, Captain Dave, Captain
Leander, Captain Gerard, Edgar, Captain Lynden and Sam;
Eight Sisters: Dr. Linda, Grace, Hyacinth, Casilda, Portia, Rebecca,
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Parents-in-law: Mr. Van & Mrs. Agnes Ferguson;
Numerous: Uncles, Aunts, Nephews and Nieces, other relatives and
friends.

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THE Bahamas is facing
a serious and rapidly
growing "marijuana epi-
demic," according to local
think tank Bahamian
Forum.
Daily marijuana traf-
ficking, possession and use ,,
have penetrated both the ,. '
private and public school : :.
system, the forum said in a
release. .,
"Sadly, the Bahamian
public, families, business-
es, church and authorities
have accepted and adjust-
ed to this terrible situa- F ,
tion."
."Buses, cars and clothes
are often decorated with
marijuana symbols which
are easily purchased in
our stores. Parents and teachers express hope-
lessness and in some cases have given up."
The situation is tragic, according to the
forum, because heavy marijuana use critically


affects overall intellec-
tual functioning and
development.
"Marijuana lowers
learning skills, destroys
cognitive ability and
blocks academic moti-
vation. As our country
faces the 33rd Indepen-
dence anniversary let us
wake up and realise that
a young brain is too pre-
Scious to lose."
Dr Timothy Barrett,
''9 a distinguished consul-
tant psychiatrist, lectur-
er at the University of
the West Indies Med-
Sical School and Direc-
(AP FILE tor of Community Men-
Photo) tal Health for the
Bahamas will address
the subject: Marijuana: A Bahamian Night-
mare at the next Bahamian Forum slated for
Tuesday, June 20, at 6pm at the British Colo-,
nial Hilton Hotel.


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Think tank claims Bahamas


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THE TRIBUNE ';,r


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* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter

FREEPORT Expatriate
workers are necessary to the
Bahamian economy because crit-
ical skills are lacking in the local
workforce according to MP
Agatha Marcelle, parliamentary
secretary in the Ministry of
Labour, Immigration and Train-
ing.
Ms Marcelle said that if young
Bahamians do not become trained
in skills that are important to the
future of the economy, more and
more foreign workers will have
to be brought in.
"We have too many of them
already and that is because we
don't have skills amongst our own
people.
"And that is why we (in the
government) are stepping up our
efforts to make sure technical and
vocational colleges in Nassau and
Freeport are up to par so people
can get the kind of skills training
that they need.
"We are also partnering with
employers on the various islands
to provide apprenticeship pro-
grammes for Bahamians," she
said.
Ms Marcelle was speaking at a
ceremony for 18 students of St
Georges' High School, who were
the first graduates of BTVI's pre-
technology programme a
pilot scheme launched in
January for failing high-school stu-
dents.
The programme caters to stu-
dents who are struggling to meet
the minimum requirement for
graduation and who are in the
process of being thrown out of
school.
Ms Marcelle addressed students
and parents during a presentation
ceremony and luncheon held at


"We have too many of them (foreign
workers) already and that is because
we don't have skills amongst our own people.
And that is why we (in the government) are
stepping up our efforts to make sure technical
and vocational colleges in Nassau and Freeport
are up to par so people can get the kind of
skills training that they need."

MP Agatha Marcelle, parliamentary secretary in
the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Training.


Xanadu Beach Hotel on Thurs-
day.
She said that technical and
vocational training is very impor-
tant because more than 50 per
cent of jobs in the Bahamas are in
technical and vocational fields.
"The country is being devel-
oped along these areas and when
you are talking about building
anchor projects and resort prop-
erties in the various islands, you
talking about the construction
industry, hotel careers and ser-
vice-oriented careers.
"And if that's where our coun-
try is going, it is only common
sense to encourage more of.our
people, and get them trained in
that area. If we are not able to do
that we are going to find ourselves
bringing in more and more expa-
triate labour at the higher levels."
Ms Marcelle said apprentice-
ship programmes are underway
at Kerzner International and
Baha Mar in New Providence, in
Exuma, and that efforts are
underway in.Abaco.
She commended BTVI on the
success of its pilot programme in
Freeport, and encouraged stu-
dents to continue in technical
training programmes after gradu-
ating.


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SUNDAY. JUNE 18TH. 2006
10:30am Breaking Of Bread
11:30am Special Father's Day programme
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EVANGELISTIC

Pastor:H. Mills


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


"A Journey In Faith & Obedience To The Will of God"


"It is hard when people tell you
they are going to be a failure, but
it is important that these students
know that it doesn't matter where
they begin in life what really
matters is the concentrated effort
they make to get themselves
where they want to be, and to be
able to graduate from any sort of
programme is an accomplish-
ment." she said.
Fred Delancy, BTVI co-ordi-
nator for the northern Bah.imas.
said the pre-technology pro-
gramme is a six-month pro-
gramme designed to allo\ failing
high school students to finish high
school.
"It started with St Georges
High School calling us and
informing us that a number of stu-
dents were not meeting the mini-
mum requirement for graduation
and were about to be thrown out
of school, so we accepted respon-
sibility for them," he explained.
"Once we started everybody
wanted to get involved, but we
wefe overburdened with this ini-
tial group so we used this as a
pilot programme and so now
come September we expect a new
programme will start."
Mr Delancy said students in the
programme gain valuable techni-
cal skills. They are also taught
English, math, computer science,
Bahamian culture, construction
and maintenance technology, and
exposed to on-the-job training.
Upon completion of the pre-
technologyprogramme, students
will participate in a new appren-
ticeship programme that will com-
mence in September.
Through the apprenticeship



programme, students would be'
placed at various job sites for.:-,.
three days a week and paid mini-Y',...
mum wage. For the remaining two
days they will return to the class-
rooiim to support what they
learned on the field": .
Mr Delancy ,aid BTVI
Freeport offers 10 training pro-
-r..inni e carp tr\ weldingg
auto mechanic.. c>ImI, -tolog\,
electronics. electronics mnstalla-
tion. plumbing and.plumbing
mIstajUJi'on. ai condniionng and
r.trligeraill'n, and office systems
administration.
In .in ctli'r t' ma nike technicall
eJucaron more acccss.iblh, he said
BTVI ha% opened -saelbte cen-
tres at E eight Mile Rock high
school, Hugh Campbell Prmar)
and at the Pineridgi,U.r,ban
Renewal centre. ' ' .
Mr Delancy said plans are to
expand to We't End and .Abaco
in September.? ;!,; *,,. -/, ... :
'He noted .h:at BTVI also offer
a pr-p-trech prosgrainie for stu-
dents in elrades nine throughh 12
after scliddl from 3.30pm to 5pm:
in practical' courses such as com- :
puter science, carpentry, welding,.,'
electronics and electric installa- ,
tion.
The institution also Jc,_ign-s
industry training programmes for :
major investments .such as ther-,.
Grand Bahama Shipyard in
mechanical engineering, electric"
cal installation, pipe fitting, weld- -
ing and technical drawing.

I


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E".ST STREET S,-.TH
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PHONE/FAX: 242-392-4100


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

WEDNESDAY


7:30pm Prayer & Bible Study Minister: Pastor
Charles Lewisv


THE BAHAMAS, TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
CONFERENCE
S OF THE METHODIST CHURCH IN THE
CARIBBEAN AND THE AMERICAS
L'EGLISE MATHODISTE DANS LA CARAIBE
ET LES AMtRIQUES
NASSAU CIRCUIT OF CHURCHES ,
108 Montrose Avenue
P.O. Box EE-16379, Nassau, Bahamas; Telephone: 325-6432: Fax:
328-2784; rhodesmethoud@batelret.bs

METHODISM: RAISED UP IN THE PROVIDENCE OF GOD, TO
REFORM THE NATION, BUT ESPECIALLY THE CHURCH AND TO
SPREAD SCRIPTURAL HOLINESS THROUGHOUT THE LAND
(Father John Wesley)
"Celebrating 223 years of continuous Methodist witness for (.hrist in Ihk
Bahamas"
THE SECOND LORD'S DAY AFTER PENTECOST, I 1\ H E R'S D A
JUNE 18,2006
INTROIT AND COLLECT:
The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament sh," hih
handiwork.
Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable
in your sight, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer.
BLESSED LORD, who have caused all Holy Scriptures to be written for
our learning: grant that we maj %o read them. hear, understand, learn
and inwardly digest them, that b% patience and conllort of 'our HolI
Word, we may embrace and ecr- hold fast the blekd hope of e\erlasting
life which you have given us in our Sad iour .leu% Christ.
WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH (Malcolm Rd East)
9:00 a.m. Rev. Edward J. Sykes (Holy Communioin)
RHODES MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH (108 Montrpse Aye ,
near Wulff Rd) :, ,-
10:30 a.m. Rev. Dr. Raymond R. Neilly/Rev. Colin C.L.
Newton/Men of Action
COKE MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH (Rose Street, Fox Hill)
11:00 a.m. Rev. Leonard G. Roberts Jr./ Youth
PROVIDENCE METHODISTtCHURGH(Shirley Plaza)
11:00 a.m. Sis. Katie Carter/! Youth
HERITAGE OF REDEEMING LOVE METHODIST CHURCH (28
Crawford St, Oakes Field)
7:00 a.m. Rev. Edward J. Sykes (Holy Communion)
10:00 a.m. Bro. Arthur Chase
GOOD SHEPHERD METHODIST CHURCH (20 Cedar Terrace, Tall
Pines)
10:00 a.m. At Rhodes Melmor.ahIthu rcti' '1
CROIX-DES-MISSIONS ALDERSGATE (Quackoo Street)
9 a.m. Nassau Circuit Youth Commission : ;
METHODIST MISSION CENTRE (Quackoo St) -Thrift Shop and other
Ministries
JOHN WESLEY METHODIST COLLEGE (28 Cra ford St., Oakec
Field) Reception to Primary
OBSERVING THE FAST Thursdays after the evening meal to Friday
lunchtime
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"Vision" On the Lord's Day, ZNS 1 at 9 p.m.; "Great Hymns of Ispiration"
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7:30 p.m.; "To God be the Glory" ZNS Tuesd:i). 7-45 p nm.
PRAYERS
OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS AFFECTED BY HURRICANE WILMA
AND OTHER NATURAL DISASTERS; THE PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL


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THE TBAT AJE
S


lIn brief

Man wanted in
connection with
armed robbery
POLICE are asking the
public's assistance in locat-
ing a man wanted in con-
nection with an armed rob-
bery.
According to reports, the
suspect entered the Super-
wash Laundromat on Gibbs
Cornet at around 6am yes-
terday lforning.
Upon entering the estab-
lishment, he threatened one
of the'store's employees
and a cusriiimer with a
handgun.
He reportedly robbed
both of an undetermined
.1111 iunt of cash and fled the
,:iic on fool.
I he suspect is described
., bI: ing 5'5" in height.
He was wearing dark
1: 0%;, a.plaid hdrt and a
ic cn lam at ilic time ol the
incident.
Anyone with information
regarding this incident is
asked to contact a police
station.










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from people who are'-i ::'
making news in their
neighborhoods. Perhaps
you. are raising funds: tor a3.
good cause, campaigning .
for improvements in the
area or have won an
award.
If so, call us on 322-1986
and share your story.


Dr Nottage:


blood


supplies must triple


S ? MINISTER of Health Dr Bernard Nottage


THE country urgently
needs to triple its blood sup-
plies according to Minister of
Health Dr Bernard Nottage.
Dr Nottage appealed to
Bahamians to become volun-
tary, non-remunerated blood
donors as the country faces
a shortfall of 11,000 units of.
the estimated 16,000 units of
blood needed to meet annual
healthcare needs.
Dr Nottage said it is quite
evident that the practice of
family replacement donations
which is currently in use in
the Bahamas and which
accounts for 90 percent of the
units collected annually, is
not adequate to meet the
blood supply needs of the
nation.
"Because no matter how
well disposed family mem-
bers are, they just don't seem
to be enough," Dr Nottage
said. "The gift of safe blood is
indeed a gift of life and is a
fundamental need for the
health system of any coun-
try."
Using World Blood Donor
Day as a platform to launch a
national voluntary, non-
remunerated blood drive, Dr
Nottage said the Bahamas


Appeal for donors


only collects 5,000 units of
safe blood each year.
He said Pan American
Health Organisation
(PAHO) research estimates
that the required number of
units of blood that should be
collected per year is five per
cent of a country's popula-
tion.
Dr Nottage said shortfalls
in the available units of safe
blood can have dire conse-
quences on the healthcare
system.
He said that each pint of
blood donated has the poten-
tial to save three lives.
"A shortage of blood can
and too frequently does
result in delayed medical
care, including vital surgical
operations," Dr Nottage said.
"Waiting for compatible
blood often results in extend-
ed hospital stays' and
ultimately higher medical
bills.
"Persons can die while
waiting to receive units of
safe blood needed for med-


ical treatment. This could
very well happen to anyone;
a son or daughter, our moth-
ers and fathers, a sister or
brother, co-worker or close
friend."
Dr Nottage said studies
have shown that voluntary,
non-remunerated blood
donation is the safest form
of blood donation.
"That is to say blood given
freely without monetary
reward is the safest form of
blood donation."
He further said there is
worldwide acceptance that a
steady source of voluntary,
non-remunerated blood
donation is critical to main-
taining adequate supplies of
safe blood.
"There is no substitute for
human blood. We need each
other to give blood. There-
fore, the call goes out on this
World Blood Donor Day for
all who can, to donate blood
to give someone another
chance at life," Dr Nottage
said.


Residents claim they are 'living in filth'


' By KRYSTEL ROLLE

SOME residents of Yamacraw
Hill Road claim they have been
living in "filth" as garbage truck
operators have failed to take out
the trash for weeks .
Speaking with The Tribune,
Panayiotis Matsas said his garbage
has only been collected once in the
last four and a half weeks.
"The garbage is piled up. Every-


one in the neighborhood's
garbage are full," he said.

Rain
After the first week passed, Mr
Matsas said, he called the Sanita-
tion Department repeatedly to
ascertain when trash would be col
elected, but he was told'thii-f in'
rain that drenched ill .i r.' i ,I. _-


resulted in floods that week pro-
hibited pickups in his area.,
According to Mr Matsas, the
garbage has not been collected
since. .
However, an olticial from the
Department of En ironmental
Health reported that garbage in
all areas of the island is being
picked up on a weekly basis.
S np i this island
I::ill- ,..'. i, 1 gabage collected


for more than a week," said Isiah
Ferguson, supervisor of solid waste
management.
He did admit that inclement
weather and mechanical problems
have put collection behind a little,
but said the problems were never
so severe that they prevented
collection for more than two
weeks.
: Mat;sas "maintains that his
Garbage has yet to be-picked up.


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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2006, PAGE 7


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PG 8 UJ 7


New book reflects on


eat


storms to strike the Bahamas


NOTICE

IN THE ESTATE OF BASIL L. PYFROM Sr. late of
Deadmans Cay, Long Island one of the Islands of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
Deceased.

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having any
claims against the above-named Estate are required, on
or before the 17th day of July 2006 to send their names
and addresses, and particulars of their.debts or claims, to
the undersigned, and if so required by notice in writing
from the undersigned, to come in and prove such debts or
claims, or in default there of they will be
excluded from the benefit of any distribution AND all
persons indebted to the said Estate are asked to pay their
respective debts to the undersigned at once.

AND NOTICE is hereby also given that at the expiration
of the mentioned above, the assets of the late
BASIL L. PYFROM Sr. will be distributed among the
perons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of
which the Executrix shall then have had notice.

Dated this 17th day of May, A.D., 2006.

c/o PYFROM & CO
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P.O. Box N 8958,
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* By KRYSTEL ROLE

HURRICANES have been
depicted in Bahamian history
as the most feared of natural
phenomena.
Records dating back to the
1920s reveal the lengths
Bahamians have gone to pro-
tect themselves and their
property from the fearsome
storms.
Author and meteorologist
Wayne Neely has been study-
ing and following hurricanes
in the Bahamas for the last
15 years.
Mr Neely's latest book,
Personal Recollections of
Some of the Greatest Storms
to Affect the Bahamas: the
Major Hurricanes to Affect
the Bahamas (to be released
in July) gives the history of
some of the most serious
storms to affect the country
in modern history.
In the book, Neely recounts
the personal experiences of
some of those who lived
through the devastating
"unnamed hurricane" of 1926
and its aftermath including
the reflections of former gov-
ernor general of the Bahamas
Clifford Darling, who was
only four years old when it
struck.
The 1926 storm is said to
have killed over 100 people,
destroyed thousands of build-
ings, left thousands homeless
and destroyed thousands of
dollars worth of crop and live-
stock leaving the country
devastated.
In view of last few years of
record-breaking hurricane
seasons, and with the start of
the 2006 hurricane season,
many Bahamians have
already begun to prepare for
the worst.
Although there have been
no hurricanes, Tropical Storm
Alberto, which formed earli-


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er this week, has left many
worried about what the rest
of the season might hold.
In his book, Neely says:
"The earth's atmosphere is
always in constant turmoil, a
chaotic brew of gases and
water kept in constant motion
by the sun's energy.
"Sometimes this energy is
unleashed with the sudden
and unexpected savagery
especially with hurricanes,
which can turn our islands
into a wasteland of rubble."


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that FRANSCISE TIMOTHEE OF
PINDER'S POINT FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA, 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 17TH day of JUNE,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box F-41085, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.



PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, JONIQUE FORBES of
Guadelope St. P.O. Box N-155, New Providence,
Bahamas, intend to change my name to JONIQUE WEBB. If
there are any objections to this change of name by Deed Poll,
you may write such objections to the Chief Passport Officer,
PO.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30)
days after the date of publication of this notice.


Bl-- Colina
3153 Financial Advisors Ltd, .
Pricing Information As Of:
16 June 2006
S tSX LISTED & TRADED SECrJRITIES VISIT VWWW.BISXBAHAMAS.COM FOR MORE DATA & INFORMATION
BISX ALL-SHARE:,INEX.'CLOSE 1.508.96 / CHG 00.07 / %CHG 00.00 / YTD 158.25 / YTD *' 11.72
52vK-HI 52,,k-Low S/rnol Pre .Ious Cilse Togay, s Close Change Dall '.,l EPS $ Di. t P PE ViiI3
1 25 059 Abaco Markels 1 14 1 25 11 1,500 -i *0 1 1 09 'u N r.1 i i:
11.75 8.50 Bahamas Property Fund 11.75 11.75 0.00 1.568 0.360 7.5 3.06%
7.24 6.35 Bank of Bahamas 7.23 7.23 0.00 0.738 0.330 9.8 4.56%
0.85 0.70 Benchmark 0.80 0.80 0.00 0.292 0.020 2.7 2.50%
1.80 1.26 Bahamas Waste 1.30 1.30 0.00 400 0.143 0.060 9.1 4.62%
1.36 1.05 Fidelity Bank 1.36 1.36 0.00 0.175 0.050 7.8 3.68%
9.60 8.00 Cable Bahamas 9.40 9.40 0.00 0.618 0.240 15.2 2.55%
2.20 1.39 Colina Holdings 1.81 1.81 0.00 100 -0.067 0.000 NM 0.00%
10.70 8.50 Commonwealth Bank 10.70 10.70 0.00 0.931 0.600 11.5 5.61%
6.26 4.12 Consolidated Water BDRs 5.58 5.46 -0.12 0.115 0.045 48.5 0.81%
2.88 2.10 Doctor's Hospital 2.70 2.60 -0.10 1,000 0.283 0.000 9.2 0.00%
6.21 4.02 Famguard 6.21 6.21 0.00 0.539 0.240 11.5 3.86%
11.50 10.45 Finco 11.50 11.50 0.00 0.745 0.540 15.1 4.78%
12.43 8.52 FirstCaribbean 12.43 12.43 0.00 0.874 0.500 14.1 4.07%
11.00 8.42 Focol 11.00 11.00 0.00 0.885 0.500 12.4 4.55%
1.27 .1.03 Freeport Concrete 1.03 1.03 0.00 -0.162 0.000 N/M 0.00%
10.20 9.50 ICD Utilities 9.50 9.50 0.00 0.526 0.405 18.1 4.26%
9.10 8.27 J. S. Johnson 9.10 9.10 0.00 0.565 0.560 16.1 6.15%
7.98 5.30 Kerzner International BDRs 7.93 7.91 -0.02 0.160 0.000 49.5 0.00%
1000 1000 Prmrier Real EIaole 10 00 0 0 0: 2 036- 0 58E -19 M 85
0O i ".- Fidelity Over-The-Counter SecurlUes
52%k-H. 52, k.Lo% S ,mbol Bnrla Ask i Lacl Pril.: .v V eki, \.ol EPS & Di. 1. FE -V.nig.
1-4 00 12 25 Bahamas Supermarkeit3 14 00 1500 1 1 i00 1 923 720 7 8 J 7 1
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0.54 0.20 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.00 -0.084 0.000 NM 0.00%
Col"na Over-The-C6unter Securities
,-Ci00 28 .0 iABAB 41i 0) 4300 4 1 i'j0 nn : 1 4)) 0 0 :
16.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 14.00 15.00 12.50 1.750 0.360 8.0 2.57%
0.60 0.35 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.35 -0.070 '0.000 N/M 0.00%
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"Here in the Bahamas,
farmers depend on the rains
to water their crops, sailors
count on the strong winds to
fill their sails, and tourists
take the sunshine for grant-
ed for a great vacation. Yet
the Bahamian weather at
times is anything but depend-
able."
According to the book, the
Bahamas gets brushed or hit
by a hurricane about every


three ears, and on average
gets a direct hit from a storm
once c.ery 12 years.
.s the years go by, howev-
er, it has. become evident that
hurricanes don't always play
by the rules the country has
been;hit by three major
storms in the last two years
alone.
With this in mind, Mr
Neely's is a very timely pub-
lication.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CHRISTOPHER PURUSHATAM
SHIVA GOBIN, #21 GAMBIER DRIVE, P.O. BOX F-40573
FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA, 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 17TH day of JUNE,
2006 to the Ministerresponsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.




NOTICE '
NOTICE is hereby given that EDELINE JANE BAPTISTE,
CANAAN LANE OFF SHIRLEY STREET, NASSAU,,
BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as,
a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows
any reason why registration/ naturalization should not bp
granted, should send a written and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days from the 10TH day of JUNE,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas!



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that KATY CATHRUNA EXAVIER, WEST
PINE, EIGHT MILE ROCK, GRAND BAHAMA, 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
17TH day of JUNE, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box F-41085, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ELSA C. THOMPSON OF
SOLDIER ROAD WEST, P.O. Box FH-14493, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and'that any person who knows
any reason why registration/ naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days from the 10TH day of JUNE,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ROBERT EVANS, P.O. Box
N-9132, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 10TH day of JUNE, 2006 to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau,
Bahamas.


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SATURDAY' JUNE 17. 2006, PAGE 9


LOCALNEWS


Dupuch: time





for country


'to 'gr

FROM page one
irsryiear we would be eligible to get a loan at
-.ic per cent interest to be paid back over 25
, irs." Mr Dupuch said.
:-WVh can't we go:for the same oil people who
,i selling oil to America and say (to the
SincLuelin Go : i nment) -once you don't dic-
i.lfe 1.- u,. .I mi nicrested in buying your cheap-
L;iTuel. Because 1t i. a legitimate deal?"
According to Mr Dupuch, successive and pre-
.cnt go\ernnicnts have allowed the US to inad-
.. tent \ Influcr ne decisions that could be to the
:untr\ s ad\ vantage.
,He said the US has raised concerns over the
Bahamas buying fuel from the Venezuelan nation
when the US purchases the ajme fuel for itself.
dIn fact. he pointed out. the US appeals to \lant
ku dictate \\ hal nation the Bahamas should or
nould not ha\ e trading relations with, which he
pointed out is hypocritical, because the same
countries that the US raises concerns :bout the
Bjhamas interacting with are the ones, it appears,
,th hjch to a certaindegree, it is itself inter-
ctin i '.
"'"We are ll educated people and nmn\ of us
.ic lust as educ.it d as an\ US co'ngres.min. built
Ibc\ ha\e,to understand that the\ hl.ic tI, look
across the table at us and not down at us,' Mr
Dupuch said.


)w up

He added that the United States has trading
relationships with countries with other philo-
sophical beliefs than its own without interfer-
ence from other countries, and so should the
Bahamas.
"The first time Vietnam was recognized and
diplomatic relationships were set up the first thing
you saw was someone drinking Pepsi Cola I
have not been to Cuba, so 1 cannot verify it, but
as I understand it, if you go on Embassy Lane in
that country, the US has the biggest buildings
there out of all the other countries, which they call
interest centres. Hypocrisy has to stop and we
have to be grown ups and the (US must know)
that we want to have decent, honest and straight
forward business with people who have differ-
ent philosophy than we have."
Agriculture Minister Leslie Miller has also
been pushing for government to sign onto the
Venezuelan oil deal a cause he has been cham-
pioning over the past three years to lower
soaring fuel costs.
Making his contribution to the 2006/2007 bud-
get debate, Mr Miller also touched on the issue,
and explained that Bahamians can be paying sub-
stantially less on fuel and energy bills.
He noted that BEC's fuel cost rose by $81.9
million between 2002 ard ?00. vwhicAh translated
into an increase in what cniisu.;ers paid to the
corporation each month.


FROM page one


the brain (cerebral raaia:-
ia), lungs, and kidneys. Of


In its severest form, the all te organ" uago, cece-
lPlasmodium falciparum bral malaria is said to be
strain, which is more particularly dangerous, as
pret lent in sub-Saharan it can produce high fever,
"Africa, is said to cause headache, drowsiness,
Codelirium, confusion
|damage to organs such as delirium, confusion,
. ................................................ .................................................................................

bLong Island reports
FROM page one
there is always that concern. I think all the other islands should be
[conceined as well that the disease will be exported from Exuma,"
he said.
SMr Cartwright said that should.cases of malaria be found in
Long Island, government would have to move immediately to
1t.ak measures to prevent the disease from spreading even fur-
ther 6r
'-'At;press time last night, the Ministry of Health had confirmed 16
?Ases of malaria in the Bahamas.
-'The cases were all diagnosed in Exuma and the patients since
flbvni to:New Providence for treatment.
health h officials maintain that the anoepheles mosquito, which car-
j es the disease, is not prevalent in the Bahamas.
S'HowCever, officials conceded that sporadic cases are encoun-
tered in the country from time to time.
".A person infected with malaria commonly experiences recurrent
-bouts of fever, chills, body aches, pains and headaches.


seizure, and coma.
The disease cannot be
transmitted through human
contact, but l spread when
a person is bitten by an
infected Anoepheles mos-
quito
Health officials maintain
that spraying is continuing
in Exuma and promised
that they would keep the
public informed of its find-
ings.
At the same time, they
cautioned the public to
take the necessary precau-
tions against further spread
and infection.
The public was advised
to discard all collections of
unused or stagnant water
and to ensure that exposed
areas of their bodies are
covered at night.
The use of insect repel-
lents is strongly advised,
and anyone with fever
chills, aches, and pains
should seek medical atten-
tion so that they can be
properly advised, and
treated, if necessary.


1 Employees
;.:of ZNS
stage

.protest-
FROM page one
member of the BCPOU who
had assaulted a manager; I guar-
antee that person would
have been dismissed," he
claimed.
.Mr Farquharson called upon
the support of members of the
BCPOU, Cable Bahamas,,BTC
and the Bridge Authorifyto C
assist them.
S, "We will not allow the man-
a gement of ZNS to treat this
i lightly," he said.
S "If the BCPOU has to hire
an attorney, we will hire an
Attorney and we will sue the
government and sue the corpo-
lation for failing to provide a
safe environment, for the
employees," said Mr Farquhar-
son.
BTC union menibers
"expressed theii disagreement
,with the decision for suspen-
sion.
: "He has to be terminated,"
said Brian Rolle. "Sooner or
,'later it will cause problems and
a chain reaction."


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And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come
in the flesh is not of God: and this is that [spirit] of antichrist,
whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now
already is it in the world. 1 John 4:3


I P.A.
Strachan,
urge this
nation to
wake up
and see
what is
happening
to our
beloved
Bahamas.
The
Antichrist is
rampant in
our land.
We cannot
continue to
be
deceived,
we must
wake up.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.
'8.
9.
10.


As you can
see 1 have
been very
successful in
farming and
raising some
of the best
livestock this
nation has
seen. I owe
all my
success to
the almighty
God. Pick
and pay
farms,
located on
Bacardi
Road is a
success. I am
urging you
do not be
deceived any
longer, God
is in control.


THE UNITED REFORM PARTY IS
COMMITTED TO THE'FOLLOWING:

Reduction of the size and cost of government;
Tougher Immigration Laws and enforcement;
Increased Agriculture nd Fisheries Production in Family Islands;
Toughter Enforcement of Domestic Laws;
Increase Funds available to farmers, Small Businessmen and
Fishermen;
Enforcement of Death Penalty;
Improvement in Education;
Reduction in Crime and Juvenile Delinquency;
Prison Reform; -
Vigorous Youth Programme '1


VOTE VOTE

W NROPE


For many deceivers are entered into the world, whp confess not
that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an
antichrist. 2 John 1:7


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Haitian national transferred


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shows signs of malaria


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PAOE 10, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2006


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W HAT'S ON IN A N D AROUND NASSAU


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PLEASE PUT "OUT THERE" IN THE SUBJECT LINE


available. For more info call 702.4646 or 327.2878 Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters Sports
Bar every Wednesday 5pm-8pm. Free appetizers
MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Bahamas meets the third and numerous drink specials.
Monday every month, 6pm @ Doctors Hospital
conference room. 0 HEALTH

* CIVIC CLUBS Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the
public of its meeting times and places: New Prov-
Toastmasters Club 3596 meets at the British idence Community Centre: Wednesday 7pm to
Colonial Hilton Monday's at 7pm Club 612315 8pm. The Nassau Group: Rosetta Street,
meets Monday 6pm @ Wyndham Nassau Resort, Wednesday 6pm to 7pm / 8:30pm to 9:30pm.
Cable Beach Club 3596 meets at the British
Colonial Hilton Mondays at 7pm. N CIVIC CLUBS

The Nassau Bahamas Pan-Hellenic Council The Nassau Bahamas Alumnae chapter of Delta
(NPHC) meets every third Monday of the month Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated meets
in the Board Room of the British Colonial 6:30pm every third Wednesday at the Bahamas
Hilton Hotel, Bay St. National Pride Building.
TM Club 753494 meets every Wednesday, 6pm-
TUESDAY 8pm in the Solomon's Building, East-West High-
way. TM Club 2437 meets the 2nd and 4th
Wednesday of each month at C C Sweeting:
* PARTIES, NIGHTCLUBS Senior High School, Oakes Field.
& RESTAURANTS


10.10.2.20. @ Club Nirvana: Tuesday nights at
Club Nirvana, Elizabeth Avenue, have been
dubbed 10.10.2.20. Every tenth female patron i
allowed iitd the club absolutely free and is given
a complimentary glass of Carlo Rossi. Tuesday
nights also include the Carlo Rossi's Hot Body
Competition. Hosted by Daddi Renzi and music
provided by DJ Ai from 100 Jamz. Master Chef
Devito Bodie provides scrumptious appetizers.

* HEALTH

Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the
public of its meeting times and places: The Nas-
sau Group,. Rosetta Street: Tuesday 6pm to
7pm/8:30pm to 9:30pm.

The Cancer Society of the Bahamas meets at
5:30pm on the second Tuesday of each month at
their Headquarters at East Terrace, Centreville.
SCall 323.4482 for more info.

Pre & Post Natal Fitness Classes are being held
6:30pm Tuesdays at Nassau GymNastics Sea-
grapes location (off Prince Charles Dr). Doctor
approval is required. Call 364.8423 to register for
more info.

* CIVIC CLUBS

Toastmasters Club 1095 meets Tuesday, 7:30pm
@ C C Sweeting Senior School's Dining Room,
College Avenue off Moss Road Club Cousteau
7343 meets Tuesdays at 7:30pm in the Chickchar-
ney Hotel, Fresh Creek, Central Andros Club
7178 meets each Tuesday at 6pm at the Cancer
Society of the Bahamas, 3rd Terrace, Centreville.

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

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity meets every second
Tuesday, 6:30pm @ Atlantic House, IBM Office,
4th floor meeting room.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity meets every first'
Tuesday, 6:30pm at the British Colonial Hilton.
Please call 502.4842/377.4589 for more info.

WEDNESDAY iA

PARTIES, NIGHTCLUBS
& RESTAURANTS
LIVE MUSIC @ The Buzz, Nassau's Weekly
Jam Session & Musicians Hook-up. Located
East Bay Street two doors East of Esso On The
Run.


International Training in Communication,
Essence Club #3173 holds its bi-monthly meet-
ines on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each
,, .,iiii DI()iors Hospital Coriference Room.
Nassau Council 10415 Knights of Columbus
meets the second and fourth Wednesday of the
month, 8pm i( St Augustine's Monestary.


THURSDAY


* HEALTH

New Free public health lectures featu
tinguished physicians are held at Doctc
tal every third Thursday of the month;
the Doctors Hospital Conference Root
screenings between 5pm & 6pm. For n
mation call 302-4603.

Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to info
public of its meeting times and places:
sau Group, Rosetta Street: Thursday 6
/ 8:30pm to 9:30pm. The Kirk: Thursda
7:30pm to 8:30pm

Pre & Post Natal Fitness Classes are be
6:30pm Thursdays at Nassau GymNast
grapes location (off Prince Charles Dr
approval is required. Call 364.8423 to r
for more info.

REACH Resources & Education for
and related Challenges meets from 7pi
the second Thursday of each month in
ria of the BEC building, Blue Hill Roa

* THE ARTS

New The National Art Gallery of TI
.Bahamas starts the summer season off
bang with a new installment of our 'Su
Film Series' focusing on films from the
Caribbean and African Diaspora.
"Amores Perros" (Mexico) on Thursd
29.
All films are free and open to the gene
Films begin at 8pm and take place at tl
B's Outdoor Cinema on West Hill Str
to the content of some of the films, we
ents not to bring children under the ag

New The NAGB is proud to launch
mer Dance Programme with Roderick
noted Bahamian dancer, teacher and c
pher. In a special preview of our summ
dance, Mr Johnson will speak on' "Ba
Dance" on Thursday, June 22 at 6:30p


CIVIC CLUBS

TM Club 3956 meets Thursday, 7.30pm @ British
Colonial Hilton.
TM Club 1600 meets Thursday, 8.30pm @ Super-
Clubs Breezes.

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


* PARTIES, NIGH
& RESTAURANT


Junkanoo Summer Festival Box Cart Derby -
will be held on Marcus Bethel Way every Satur-
day between June 9 and July 29, from 2.to 6pm.

Back by popular demand NAGB has invited
David Weech again to do another installment of
his popular Kite Making Workshop for kids and
parents to take place on Saturday June 17 at
10am. Please call the Gallery early to secure your
space in what promises to be another fun work-
shop.

E HEALTH

Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the
public of its meeting times and places: The Nas-
sau Group, Rosetta Street: Saturday mornings -
10am to 11am.

Bahamas Diabetic Association meets every,third
Saturday, 2:30pm (except August and Decem-
ber) @ the Nursing School, Grosvenor Close,
Shirley Street.
~,oror rispiai -1 Pnu oit ;i A...ase


Doctors Hospital CFPr an rFirst Aidu .classes are
offered every third Saturday of the month from
FRIDAY 9am-lpm. Contact a Doctors Hospital Commru-
nity Training Representative at 302.4732 for
ITCLUBS more information and learn to save a life today.


S


Cafe Europa on Charlotte Street North, kicks off
every Friday night with Happy Hour... special
drinks, live music/DJ from 6pm to 9pm and Nas-
sau's first European Night Restaurant Open
Friday night till Saturday morning 5am, serving
hot food/and take out music, drinks and an
English breakfast. Cafe Europa...the perfect
place to spend your night out till the morning.

* THE ARTS
Junkanoo Summer Festival, Street Party, will be
held on Woodes Rodgers Wharf every Friday
between June 9 and July 29, from 1 to 10pm.


Roderick Johnson will be teaching opera
classes @ the NAGB on Friday nights
On Friday, June 23, there will be a moti
session entitled "The Way We Move" v
ticipants will learn principles of coordin
rhythm and new dance steps. On Frid
ring dis- 30 is the "Ballroom and Romantic Dan,
ors Hospi- where traditional dances like the Tango
at 6pm in Waltz and Fox Trot will be taught. Their
m. Free a small donation for each session and pi
lore infor- pants are encouraged to wear comfortal
clothes and shoes.

rm the N HEALTH
The Nas-
pm to 7pm Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to infor
lys public of its meeting times and places: TI
sau Group, Rosetta Street: Fridays 6pm
& 8:30pm to 9:30pm. Sacred Heart Chu
being held days @ 6pm to 7pm
tics Sea- New Providence Community Centre: F:
). Doctor 7pm to 8pm.
register or
CIVIC CLUBS

rAutism TM Club 9477 meets Friday, 7pm @ Ba
n 9pm Baptist Community College Rm A19, J
the cafete-
.d. Nassau Bahamas Koinonia meets every
Friday of each month, 7.30pm at Emma
tre at St Augustine's Monestary. For mo
call 325.1947 after 4pm.
e
with a V SATURDAY
mmer
PARTIES, NIGHTCLUBS
& RESTAURANTS
ay, June
Sun City Entertainment presents Saturn
:ral public. Sunday night functions for the alternati
he NAG- lifestyle crowd (Gay) at Kendal's Auto
eet. Due on Gladstone road from 11:30pm to 4am
urge par- provided by DJ X. Heading south on G
e of 17 Road, Kendal's is located immediately
Gas station.
its Sum-
Johnson, U THE ARTS
:horeogra-
ler of Junkanoo Summer Festival Heritage
ihamian tural Extravaganza will be held at Ara
m every Saturday between June 9 and July
2 to llpm.


CIVIC CLUBS

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 chil-
dren should contact organizers at
jarcycling@gmail.com

, SUNDAY
PARTIES, NIGHTCLUBS
& RESTAURANTS

Traveller's Rest Restaurant, West Bay Street,
features special entertainment Gernie, Tabitha
and the Caribbean Express every Sunday from
6:30pm to 9:30pm.

New Mr Caribbean Bahamas competition will
be held July 15.to 23. Under the theme, "Seduc-
tion Surrender", the final night of competition
' will be held on Sunday, July 23 at 8pm in the
Rain Forest Theatre. The show will be hosted by
Olympic medalist, Ato Boldon, America's Next
Top Model (Season Three), Eva Pigford, and
Bahamian radio personality, Krissy Luv. There
will also be an after party immediately following
the Mr Caribbean Bahamas Competition to meet
the winner of the competition, delegates, the
international judges, and celebrity hosts.

THE ARTS

Junkanoo Summer Festival Royal Poinciana
Tea Party will be held in Government House
Gardens, every Sunday between June 9 and July
29, from 3 to 6pm.

Junkanoo Summer Festival.- Old Town Jazz at
Sandyport will be held at the Olde Town
Sandyport every Sunday between June 9 July
29 from 4 8pm.


'second New "From Fallen to Forgiven" The Bahamas
us Cen- Prison Inmate's Choir presents its 3rd Anniver-
ore info sary Grand Gospel Concert, Sunday, June 25 at
7:30pm at the Church of God Convention Cen-
ter, Joe Farrington Road. Featured artists will
.IA include Bishop Lawrence Rolle, the Tabernacle
Concert Choir, Shabak, Bahamas Faith Min-
istries Praise Team and the Cathedral of Praise
Dance Group. Tickets available at the prison
main gate or call 364.9805. Concert in aid of
day & choir CD recording.
ve
Garage U HEALTH
n. Music
ladstone Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the
past Moss public of its meeting times and places: The Nas-
sau Group, Rosetta Street: Sunday 6pm to 7pm/
8:30pm to 9:30pm.


Send all your civic and social events to
The Tribune
via fax 328.2398 or e-mail: ydeleveaux@
tribunemedia.net/Out there in subject line


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i: MONDAY

* HEALTH

Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the
public of its meeting times and places: New Prov-
idence Community Centre: Mondays 6pm to
7pm. The Kirk: Mondays 7:30pm to 8:30pm

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


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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2006, PAGE 11


TH-TRIRI INF


Days Gone By: the life


of Livingston Coakley


A 1OBLE Bahamian war-
rior ias fallen and this caring
nation has a solemn duty to pay
proper tribute and honour to
the l e Livingston Coakley, for-
mer lP George Smith said yes-
terda4 in a press release.
MiCoakley died in hospital
on Sunday.
MlSmith said Mr Coakley's
widd~v and family and all of
thos',who knew and loved him
will expect no less.
"Iavri ng doubt that in due
course thie g'overnile'it. ill
decide and erect a fitting tribute
and monument to this out-
standing Bahamian whose influ-
enc stretBlied .:o' fat, and soi
wid& an ififlehce Which liter-
ally altered the lives of thou-
sand."
MSmith'said th:it v.hen Mr'
Coaley di on-i Stnida\' N' -nu-
ly n~ble patriot left national
sceie where he had done so
much to make life blicit :~d'
moit meaningful for the
Bahlmian people."
"tivingston Coakley was not
only mny political colleague, my
fellow Exumpa member ,of p.,t-
lianient andattonq point .y.'fe!7.
low cabinet minister; he was my
friend and as such I feel an
urgent duty t1 attempi~to. leH
part of his stroy properly sopthati
this' and ensuing generations
might be aware of the true
record."
qDurirri hi-s time in go\ein-
men t. Mft'Coaklevy served hi,
coudrI\ :fs l'N iaiste 'r 0 \'orkl
Tourismn. flith. L.bour,
Youth Sli4o-'s and (Coamlnnlil'l,'
Affairs.
iMr Smith pointed out that
when the call cam ei, WCoak-
ley;,did noi hisitate t:,re~spond
positive to the PLP. ud Ln ihe-.
Aplil 1968 gnneir.l e1le ;ioinshe
and' Mr Smi'th brottgh .'home,
th two Exuma seats. ,- ,;
'"Today thousands of grate-
ful itizcin- in that community
a 111 n iih1:,i doubt mourning the
paying ot this good and faithful




if, diP


o-i, "" TodaN Exumans all over
remember with great fondness
this representative who not only
took their causes to the legisla-
ture but who went personally
through the island ascertaining
where there was need and
attempting as far as he could to
wipe away every tear from
every eye," the former MP said.
SMr Smith said Mr Coakley
:bhad much to' do with the
.tremendous transformation of
Exuma both on Great and Lit-
Sti Ei.um.-. .idl all through the
Necklace ot cays because both
in parliament and around the
cabinet table, he advocated and
fought hard for infrastructure
and adequate social services for
.the people."


"More importantly, howev-
er, Livingston Coakley imbued
Exumans with a sense of pride
and ambition and believed in
self-attributes of his very own,
which today inspire thousands
to seek their niches in the
economic and social revolution
of the Bahamas," Mr Smith
said.
In a large sense, the former
MP said, the entire nation owes
Livingston Coakley a deep debt
of gratitude for as part of the
government up until 1987, his
presence and astute input on
many occasions and in relation
to many causes brought
immense balance and' correct
application to important mat-
ters.


"On a personal note, Liv-
ingston Coakley held my hand
and became a valuable mentor
not only in the area of honest
and credible politics but in car-
ing response to the cries and
needs of the people of Exuma
who looked to us to improve
their course in life.
"He remained my friend after
he left the political frontline.
Even after we ceased to repre-
sent Exumans in parliament we
both continued to take close
interest in what was happening
in Exuma and leaders
of that community continued to
defer to him for advice and
direction no matter who
was in government," Mr Smith
said.


* MINISTER of Education Livingston Coakley pictured
with his former student and friend, photographer Franklyn
G. Ferguson chatting before entering parliament.
(Photo: Derek Smith)


.0 TUESDAY, July 17,1979: At the Transitional Education
Programme is the Minister of Education and Culture, Mr. Liv-
ingston Coakley, Joan Vanderpool, and Bishop Michael Eldon.
(Photo: Franklyn G Ferguson)


* WEDNESDAY
December 8, 1976.
The Members of
Parliment in a
group shot before
the debate on the
Budget began.
The only four
members missing
were Clemet May-
nard, Lofus
Roker, George
Mackey and
Franklyn Wilson.
(Photo: Franklyn
G Ferguson)


Wulff Road & Pinedale
Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 Fax: 328-8852



Y DAVID
BURROWS, 38

of Deadman.s Cay, Long
Island will be held at 3:00
p.m. on Tuesday, June 20,
2006 at St. Anthanasius
Anglican Church,
Deadman's Cay, Long
SIsland. Officiating will
be Father Ernest Pratt.
SInterment will follow in
St. Anthanasius Cemetery.

He is survived by his mother, Olga Burrows, brother,
Wadrick Burrows; two sisters, Virginia Butler and
Esther Pinder; two aunts, Elthy, Lotie and Rina
Cartwright; 10 nieces and nephews, Samantha, Carolee,
Floyd and Godfrey Burrows, Valerie and Valentino
Pinder, Elicia and Sheena Butler, Sasha and Selina
Sawyer; sister-in-law, Maxine Burrows; three brothers-
in-law, Cyril Pinder, Sherril Sawyer and Elvis Butler;
numerous cousins including, Valentine and Sandra
Grimes, Virginia Idah, Diana, Christine, Marjorie,
Gwendolyn and Jackie Cartwright, Bessie, Cynthia,
Angie, Cecelia, Nelson, Craig, Wilky, Milton, David,
Edgar, Lynnwood, James and Nat Cartwright; Nathalie,
Petrosela, Effie and Clyde Cartwright, Carl Cartwright
Jr., Erimina and Maria Carrol, Thelma and Sandra
Cooper, Kirk and Denise Cooper; and a host of other
relatives and friends including, Albina Harding, Kate
Outten, Charlie and Leuwin Carrol, Alice
Martinborough, Gwendolyn Thompson, Helena
McHardy, Kirk and Patt Adderley, Virgie Carrol and
family, Peter Carrol, Carlon Burrows, Amason McHardy,
Keith Carrol, Erma and Wayde, Harold and Rayne
Adderley; special friend Tanya, the Adderley, Pinder,
Moss and Dames families; .the Come and Go Crew
especially Hamilton, Charlie and Kendal and the Golden
Gates Farmer's Market Crew.

Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of Ages
Funeral today from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on
Monday at St. Anthanasius Anglican Church in
Deadmans Cay, Long Island from 12:00 noon until
funeral time.


LOCA NEW


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PAGE 12, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2006


LOALN


By Franklyn G Ferguson


NASS A EVENTS CAPTU R ED ON CAM ERA




Wedding day for Timika and Vincent


THE most colourful family
from True Blue, Crooked
Island came to East Street,
as Bernard J Nottage Sr's
granddaughter celebrated
her wedding day last week.
Mr Nottage Sr is famed for
being the first black gazettes
officer and fingerprinting
expert of the Royal Bahamas
Police Force who investigat-
ed the unsolved Harry
Oakes murder in 1943. He.
was also the arresting officer
of Count Alfred de Marigny
who was tried and later
acquitted of the crime.
The wedding was designed
to reflect the 'Garden of
Eden', utilising both flora
and fauna.
For the event, both the
Christ Church Cathedral and
the grounds of the Breezes
Resort where the reception
was held were decorated
with chandeliers made of
flowers and tropical fruit.
TIMIKA Charisse Olivia
Sherman being escorted by
her uncle/father giver Dr.
Bernard J. Nottage Jr. The
dress is described as a series of
golden rhythmic ruffles which
seemed to dance joyfully as
the bride glided to her eternal
love. The colour was a golden
crystal and jewels on her dress
reportedly glistened to reflect
every smile, every hope and
every wish that is now
realized.


* BRIDAL party left to right: John Williams II, Krista Marie Nottage, Vanbert Pratt, Laniskahl
Knowles, Vincent JJ Pratt, Timika Sherman, Christine Sherman. Shane Deveaux, Aisha oss, and
Philip Rahming.


N CIRCLE of friends: Shavonme Saunders. Darnell Wallace, Christine Sherman, Italia Rolle, Raven,
Timika Sherman, Stace.v Colleymore, IMonique Caesar. Kristi Raine Russell Claudal Caesar, Philip-
pa Michel
. * ;1 ^ ^ ;*


* BRIDE and groom Timika Sherman
and Vincent Pratt


* PATRICE DeGregory-Campbell, Miss Bahamas
1970, and owner of Patrice Boutique Freeport,
Grand Bahama, is pictured with Jasmin Strachan,
Compliance Officer, Commonwealth Bank.


* TIMIKA Sherman with friend Terrel Munroe,
Marketing Executive of Arawak Homes.


* "THE Nottage Clan': Sen Dr. Bernard J. Nottage, Phillip E. B. Nottage, Sandra A. Nottage
and Kendal W. Nottage


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SLEFT to right: Bride's family Christine Sherman, Sandra Nottage, Dwight R. Smith I, Win-
ston 'Shem" Sherman, Timika Sherman


N LEFT to right, Deborah Munroe, Law Clerk, Andre
Mitchell, Mortgage Banker and Pat Francis, F.A.S. N LEFT to right: Attorney Ruby Nottage, General Counsel College of the Bahamas. Attor-
Ministry of Health. ney Rev. Kendal W Nottage, and Attorney Kenia Nottage and Krista Nottage.
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By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
WITH half of their mission
accomplished, the Bahamas
Davis Cup team's top two play-
ers, Devin Mullings and Mar-
vin Rolle, took a break on Fri-
day to prepare for the playoffs
this Weekend.
In their second match in
three days, Mullings and Rolle
ensured the Bahamas earned
a berth into the playoffs of the
American Zone III Davis Cup
Tie in El Salvador.
Playing against Trinidad &
Tobago, Rolle defeated Shane
Stone 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 in the first
match before Mullings
knocked off Richard Brown 6-
1, 6-4.
But playing in doubles, Rolle
and Mullings were beaten 3-6,
6-3, 6-4 by the team of Stone
and Troy Stone for their first
defeat of the round robin tie.
However, the duo sat out
Friday's competition and
allowed H'Cone Thompson
and Christopher Eldon, the
remaining two players on the
team to play the last of the
round robin against Honduras.
Eldon lost his match in three
sets and Thompson was on
court at the time that The Tri-
bune contacted the team at the
Maya Country Club in Nueva,
San Salvador.
Team captain John Farring-
ton was busy with the players
on the court, but Mullings and
Rolle said they were content
with their efforts and they were
looking for ard to the second
half of the tie.
"I think we should do very
well going for it, We have a
really good chance of getting
out of zone III and back into
zone II," Mullings projected.
"'We just need to keep fight-
ing."
Playing under a different for-
mat, which calls for the number
two players from both teams
to play each other first before'
the top seeds play the second
match.,
All matches are played in
between a 20-minute break,
wrapping up with the doubles.
The format is a gruelling one,
but having to play a similar
style in college for Ohio State
University, Mullings said he
can make the necessary adjust-
ments.
"You just have to make sure
that you're in shape. I think we
realise that we're better than
a lot of these guys out here,"
Mullings noted. "So it looks
like it's going to be Cuba and
El Salvador in the playoffs.
"If we take care of our group
and we beat any one of those
teams, we should be moving on
up."
Mullings said the exposure
gained from the tournament
should really help them in the
future as they look towards
competing in the regular for-
mat in zone II next year, if they
advance.
For Rolle, it's a good feeling
to be in the final four.
"We're playing good as a
team and we feel confident. So
we should do very well," he
insisted. "We just have to go
to the final four and play our
best."
Just as they did in the first
half of the tie, the Bahamas
will have to play Cuba and El
Salvador today and Sunday.
From this half of the tie, the
top two teams will be promot-
ed to Zone II next year.
The two teams finishing third
and fourth in each pool will
have to play in another round
robin pool. The teams finish-
ing in third and fourth in this
subsequent pool are relegated
to Americas Zone Group IV
in 2007.
Looking at the style of play
from both Cuba and El Sal-
vador, who have a player
ranked in the top 600, Rolle
and Mullings both admitted
that it will be a challenge to
play them.
But they are also confident
that they have the potential to
pull off at least one victory,
which will guarantee the
Bahamas a return to Zone II


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By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
THE Stingrays Sporting
Club have experienced win-
ning and losing this season.
Nowv they're finding out what
it's like to be shutout.
Thursday night at the
Churchill Tener Knowles
National Softball Stadium, the
Stringrays were blanked 9-0
in five innings, via the league's
new seven-run lead, by the
TBS Truckers.
Sparked by a two-run home
run from third baseman
Jamaal 'Sarge' Johnson, the
Truckers moved ahead of the
Stingrays by half a game for
the lead in the men's .stand-
ings at 5-2 and 4-2 respective-
ly.
"I think we did a pretty
good job. We're finally com-
ing around as a team," John-
son stressed. "We're finally
hitting the ball like we're
capable of hitting and our
pitcher pitched a hell of a
game. The Truckers are defi-
nitely going to be the team to
beat."

Plate
Johnson did his part with a
3-for-4 night at the plate, belt-
ing a two-run homer off start-
ing and losing pitcher
Rudolph 'Vida Blue' Williams
in the top of the first.
"That's my job as the fourth
hitter on the team," Johnson
pointed out. "Like they say,
the fourth hitter is to go after
the long ball. That is what I
went out to do."
The Truckers went on to


score four more in the second,
two in the third and one in the
fourth to seal the shutout as
Terrance Culmer missed the
perfect game by giving up four
free passes, one on a hit by
pitch, two walks and another
on a fielder's choice.
After dropping their first
game of the season 6-2 on
Tuesday night to the Del Sol
Arawaks, the Stingrays could-


n't seem to get geared up for
the Truckers and, before they
knew what happened, they
were hit with a shutout in
their second straight loss.
Despite the two defeats,
Stingrays' manager Godfrey
'Gully' Burnside said there's
no cause for alarm.
"No concern. I never
thought we would be in this
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ready to hit the ball during their NPSA men's game on Thurs-
day night at the Churchill Tener Knowles National Softball
Stadium
(Photo: Felipe Major/Tribune staff)


"We're a young team and Rosemary Greene was also
offensively we're struggling. 1-for-4 with an RBI and run
"We had two players missed scored; Kelly Smith was 1-for-
tonight and I think that was a 3 with two runs scored and
part of our lack of offence. Varnette Laing was 1-for-3
But we're still 4-2 and every- with two runs scored.
body else has two losses, so "I think we did better than
we're right there in.the hunt." we did in any of the other
While the Truckers took an games," said second sacker
early 2-0 lead, they extended Alex Taylor. "We had a few
it to 6-0 in the second on an errors, but we still came and
RBI single from Adrian hit the ball and we decided to
Hutchinson, a twg-run single win this game.
from Ramon Storr and a run- "We have been in a slump
producing sacrifice fly from for so long, but we decided to
Stephen 'Slugger' Brown. play together. We're going to
get it together before the end
Board of the season."
Sherry Taylor-Beneby got
the win on the mound, but
They came back with a pair with the bases loaded in the
more runs in the third on bottom of the seventh, her
back-to-back RBI singles from daughter Alex Taylor came
Storr and Marvin 'Tougie' from second and got Lindsay
Wood before they put their Clarke to line back to her for
final run on the board in the the final out with the bases
fourth on Hutchinson's RBI loaded.
single. "I just told my mommy that
In the ladies' opener, the if I had to, I was prepared to
Proper Care Pool Lady Sharks go in there and throw strikes,"
devoured the Whirlpool Taylor noted. "All it is is try-
Eagles with an 11-7 triumph, ing strikes. If they hit the ball,
scoring four runs in the top of they hit the ball. So when they
the sixth to extend their 7-6 hit the ball, you have your
advantage, team-mate behind you."
Samantha Newbold, who Thela Johnson suffered the
went 2-for-4 with two RBIs loss. She also went 2-for-4
and a run scored, highlighted with two RBIs, scoring twice,
the late surge with an RBI sin- including a two-run in-the-
gle. Joining Newbold offen- park home run. Ramanda Tre-
sively was Lynn Bullard, who co helped out by going 2-for-3
was 1-for-4 with two RBIs and with an RBI and run scored.
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make life testing (5)
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end badly? (5,2)
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8 Emergency message about a
theatre where Pale played (6)
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headed (5)
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more lofty(5,2)
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scoring (6)
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infusion (6)
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diamond, which East might not do if
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spades might be viewed as a lucky
shot by East, but actually it is not that
unlikely on the bidding. Since South
has four diamonds and opened with
one club, he might easily have five
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JUNE 17

ARIES- March 21/April 20
Your world is a mix of love and
advenatre this week, Aries. Impulse
runs wild, but it never steers yOu
wroa. You do your best sharing fun
wilk Mends.
TAURUS April 21/May 21
Don't start any new projects this
week, Taurus. You are known'to
anger easily and sometimes can be
slow to learn new things. It's best if
you stick with the basics.
GEMINI May 22/June 21;
Expect positive developments in-a
working relationship, friendship or
romance. For you this week, Gemini.
actions speak louder than words,-o
move forward.
CANCER june 22/July 22
Less is more this week, Caacer.
because it won't take much .for
ple to warm up to you. Co=aa
curbing spending on any exoes a
and concentrate it strictly owrd
investments.
LEO July 23/August 23
Your senses are alive, L Imd you're
feeling invincible. You iave a plkof
change at work and oth e aspired
to follow your lead with varied
degrees of success.
VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22-
You can't find a system that caters
solely to your ndeds, Virgo. You.
have to admit that sometimes it
won't go your way. Keep things
simple for this week.
LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
It's a rare day when you have all of
the answers in your hand, Libra. It's
best if you seek the advice of others
when it comes to a big decision.
Work relations improve.
SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
In a clash of wills this week,
Scorpio, you will come out the loser.
Your opponent has so much power
that a fair fight is impossible. Walk
away with your head high.
SAGLITARIUS -Nov 23/Dec 21
Time and distance are no match for
Sagittarians who work their.exten-
sive connections. You are a person
who definitely understands how to
network. Your smile this week is
proof that you're on top.
CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Write a thank-you note to someone who
has done you a favor lately, Capricorn. It
is best if you try to rekindle old friend-
ships. A valuable relationship needs to
be refrehed r einfnrted thi week
AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18
It's best if you'cur* your sudden feel-
ing of aggression, Aquarius. You can.
put the energy to better use., Make a'
list of top ideas and put a plan irk.
motion. Gemini is key to the plan.
PISCES Feb 19/March 20
You're feeling a bit disconnected.
from the world, lately, Pisces. It's;
nothing to get worried about. You just.
need some time to yourself and then:
you'll reacquaint yourself to the norm.

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