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Title: The Tribune
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Place of Publication: Nassau, Bahamas
Publication Date: October 28, 2006
Copyright Date: 2006
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BAHALMAS EDITION 11


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TEMPO general manager Frederick Mlorton thanks the Bahamas for hosting this year's Hieinekten Green Synergy
Caribbeain DJ finals. Mlr Mlorton was speaking on Thursday evening at SuperClubs Breezes in Cable Ileach the same
venue which will host the event tonight
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W APOLOGY
IN THE Tough Call col-
umn of The Tribune pub-
lished on August' 16, 2006,
the writer used words from
whlch it could be wrongly
inferrez tat Mrs Ruth
hlsler. ca airman of BTC's
;Evaluation and Negotiation
Teamn, was a participant' in
the attempted "obstruction"'
of the BTC Limited privati-
sgittfn process, However,
Tie~ Tribune is satisfied that
this is not the case. Accord-
ingly, The Tr~ibune apologis-
es unreservedly for any dis-
treds, embarrassment or
inconvenience caused to
Mrs Miller by the said pub-
lication.


ANNA Nicole Smith does ixot
own the Eastern Road home
which formed the basis of her res-
I-idency application, her ex-
r hey~friend said last night. -
Conveyancing documents were
signed and sealed in her other
Same Vickie Lynn Marshall -
but they were never delivered,
said businessman Ben Thomp-
son. .
This was because delilery and
subsequent processing includ-
ing registration was subject to
her executing a mortgage in hir
Thompsoli's; fav~otif as .he was
providing the funds.
When Ms Smith failed to pay
him, claiming the house was a gift,
the document was rescinded and
subsequently cancelled so that
delivery never took place, he told
The Triburne last night.
As a result. tbe former Pla-
boy playmate is not the orner
of Horizons, the $900,000 luxury
home on which the granting of
her residency permit was based.
In fact, the law firm Callenders
cancelled t'he conveyance and
issued a fr'eshi conveyance in
favour of Mr Thompson after Ms ~
Smith rejected their finial request
to execute a mortgage on Sep-
tember 29.
However, Director of Immi-
gration Vernon Burrows wrote a
letter to attorney Ms Tracy Fer-
guson at Callenders on Septem-
ber 11 saying a certificate of per-
manent residence had been
approved without the right to
work. This was exactly one month
after her application was submit-
ted.
This letter, according to Cal-
lenders, was never serit;to thent
until a partner in the- Taw firm
requested it the day after Ms
Smith called them to say that
Immigration Minister Shane Gib-
son had approved her residency.
The letter was faxed to the law
firm on September 21.
Mr Thompson's version of
events undermines any claim to
due dihigence by the government
and suggests Ms Smith's permit
was approved without any evi-

Re ordig otp and rgd
istration are all essential require-

WitCORRECTION
IN AN article published
in Friday's Tribune, it was
correctly stated that a' 13-
year-old boy who was
allegedly the victim of an
attack by older students at ~
St Andrew's School was the
son of MP Philip Davis
The young man in es
t on is not the son oquMs-

vem~ence the statement may
have calised.


46 Madeirw Streers


ments wheli the property pur-
chaser is a foreigner;
If Mr Thompson's account is
true, it means the Immigration
..Department had no grounds for
granting a permit because she
never had a completed title to the
Bahamas property worth more
than $500,000, one of the primary
conditions for residency status.
Mr Thompson's disclosures
came as the controversy over Ms.
Smith's residenc\ continued to
swirl round Air Giibson, Calle~n-
den and the Immigration Depart-
ment.
Yesterday, commentators were
pondering the political future of
Mr Gibson, who is denying that
he lied about personally receiving
a $10,000- cheque required from
the law firm to facilitate Ms
Smith's residency application;
However, Callenders are stick-
ing by their story, which wasr that
Ms Smith called them on Sep-
tember 20 "advising that her
application for permanent resi-
dence had been approved and
that tive must bring a cheque for
$10.000i for Sha~ne." She told Cal-
lenders that the cheque was need-
ed that evening because Mr Gib-
sozi was leaving for Freeport the
next morning.
The law firm added: "We were
advised that Min~ister Gibson
would be present at Horizons at
7pm that evening to receive the
cheqize."
Ms Ferguson took the cheque
to Horizons, where she found Mr
Gibson sitting in the living room.
She was shown into the large bed-
room where she handed the
cheque to MsSmith
Ms Smith's lawyer-boyfriend
Howard K S'terthen ushered Mr
Gibson into the bedroom, where
Ms Smith opened the envelope
to confirm that the amount was
correct and handed it to Mr Gib-
son, who put it in his pocket. Ms
Ferguson then left.
On September 21, Mr Michael
Scott, a partner at Callenders, was
sitting in his office when he
received a call from permanent
secretary Cora Bain-Colebrooke

to SIot pad ifred h
$10,000 cheque as payment for
the certificate of permanent resi-
d .Sthoe sai her departS n

"I don't have any cheque, it was
given to Mr Gibson last night." '
Mr Scott said there was a preg-
nant silence.
"What!" exclaimed Ms Cole-
brooke.
Mr Scott said he then suggested
that Ms Colebrooke approach the
minister's office. He understood
the'Bhetque wrs dsctoo re tee.
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from your department would
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FNM candidate '
hopeful 'won't
be~ censured 'fo~r
demonstration
aBy KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reportyr
FNM candidate hopeful
Ramona Farquharson will not
be "censured or condemnedl,
for her demonstration outside
party headquarters on Thurs-
day night.
According to observers, Ms
Farquharsoh, who hopes td
be the FNM candidate for the
K~ennedy constituency.-led a
"massive protest" during the
pa ty' ent nthly council me

that her bid for adnomination -
wnoul be rejected .dth
Thursday ni htsa e spw
by Ms Farquh~arson's sup-
porters.
Senator Carl Bethel empha-
sised that no decisions have
been made as yet as to which
candidates will be ratified to
run in the upcoming~general
election. -
Speaking wit h The' Tribune
yes~tmoday, FN 1echarmhan
aesmon Bas er sadto

SEE page 12


Mother claims: son
could have died '
after: being sent
home from hospital

A By KRYSTEL ROLLED
THE mother of the 15-year-
old-boy, allegedly beaten by an
off-duty police officer, said her
son could have died if she had
not taken him back to hospital
after staff sent hun home wFith
only a bottle of Motrm.
The boy, weakened after
recovering from surgery, could
barely speak when The Tribune
visited him yesterday. Asked
e l c are oie tshpa h
With te rs staining his face
and a big white baridage with
I oosttin uneathe back of his

His mother reported that her
son had to have an emer enc
operation after a CAT scan
reeled that he had masv
haemorr agmng and bood lt
near his bramn.
Doctors did not identify the ;
clot until'the boy's second visit -
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Mother has
been 'refused
official held
after b in
injured at work
WBy ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
.4 MOTHER of two who has
repeatedly been refused official
'help after being injured at work
says~ she's not sure how much
longer she can hlve with the pain.
The 3-4-year-old mother says
she has been refused financial
.assistance from National Insur.
rnkai ho herd go rnment
pl aiforbe)p have so far been
She says she has contacted her
MP, Pthm e M nser ner
Ingraham, without success.
Now she wonders how much
longer she can live with the excru-
ciating, chronic pain she suffers,
"Last week Saturday, I wanted
to just die. Last week Friday, ~I
was at work and my leftsidle just
sh~ut down. I had no memory of
nothing," Claudna Glinton-
K jure a k inagvern.
ment shIo n 199 Mes Gn-
istry of Education for financial
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Vaughn Roberts named Baha Mar IP for itance


new pay proposal will mean
less pay for pilots.
"They wanted to change
the pay increase from being
based on years of services
which it is in the old agree-
ment. This is something that
we don't want to change,"
Captain Moxey said.
In addition to the issue of
pay he said that Bahamasair
is suffering front a shortage
of pilots.
"There is a lot of open time
in the schedule that the ~pilots
have been trying to keep
pace with Tor a very long.
time," he said .;,
However, Mr i~ioods said
that shortage of staff should
not be an issue for contract
negotiations and the pilots
have not given management
the feeling that there wias a
shortage of pilots.
Nevertheless Mr Woods
said that he hopes negotia-
tions will resume on Monday.


MBy RUPERT
MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
MANAGEMENT at the
national fag carrier said they
were "shockeda and disap-
pointed" to learn that` the
Bahamas Abirline Pilots AsSo-
ciation had decided to insti-
tute a work to rule.
Henry Woods, general
manager of Bahamasair, said
he did not know that the con-
tract negotiation's between
management arid Captain
Joseph Moxey, president of
BALPA, would have reached
the stage where it would have
warranted suchi a: stiiong reac-
tion from the association.
"I felt as though wve were
dialoging very well. There are
issues as could be expected
in any contract negotiations,
but they have not reached to
the point of contention as far
as ? knew,"' Mr Woods said.


Management


at Bahamasair



'shocked' at BALPA



work to rule decisia


AP GE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2006


However. Captain Moxey
said that in December the
contract betwe Bn Bahamia-
sair and its pilots Avould: have
been expired -foi two years
and the issue of pay in par-
ticular has not been resolvled.
"We started negotiating a
new contract in July and we
had a break in negotiations
for about 10 w~eeks. It ~as-
n't supposed to be 10.weeks ~
but we left with a view from
the last meeting that man-
agement would come back to
uswith apay package.
"It only took us five ses-
sions to negotiate the whole
contract before we got down .
to the pay package. So there
was really no change from
the previous agreement to
this present agreement that
we~ are trying to work out,
which is why we could have
gone through -it so fast,"' he
said.
He said that management's


Distinction. Ae is also' a master of
j 'accounting science and financial
Accounting, a degree he earned from
the Umversity Of Illinois after receiving
his bachelor's in business administra-
.tion and accountmg, magna cum laude.
from Florida International Unilersity
He successfully completed the Uniform
CPA examination on ius first attempt.
"'People are generally shocked to see
a 34-year-old young Bahamian hold-
Ing the position that I have,"' said
Roberts with- a smile. "The work envi-
ranment here is cu~lturally a lot different
LOBERTS from the UIS which has its pros and
cons; but what I like most is that my
family is here, which allows~ me to balance things bet-
ter in my life. I also like that I'm a pair of something
tlifit viill fuel tlhe Bahamas economically into the
future."


BAHA MAR -has named
Bahamian Vaughn Roberts as the
company's vice president for
finance.
The 34-year-old has found his way
back home to take on the task after
15 years of school, training and work
in his field.
"Iliave a very important position
here at Baha Mar," said Mr Roberts.
"l have one of the most senior posi-
tions here for a Bahamian, and I
embrace the opportunity and chail-
lenge that I have with Baha Mar." '
Mr Roberts was grraduateid from VAUGHN
the University' of Clucago iGradu-
ate School of Bustness mn 10n w~ith a maste~r'i degree
in businesh$!dministranon. fmasncer and e~ntreprene~ur-
ship.
He was the recipient of the 2001 Dean's Award of


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.By NATARIO McKENZIE

POLICE have charged an 18-year-old man with the stabbing
death of a man who died on the streets of Pinewood Gardens on
so tabbing death of Jason Rolle was the country's 43 mur-

de retray, Dor Alex Johnson of Pinewood Drive was brought
before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez at Court One, Bank
Lane to be arraigned on the murder charge.
.It was alleged that on Sunday, October 22 Johnson inten-
t eonoally and unlawfully causeddRoll' u at hiarigmn

He was informed by Chief Magistrate Gomez that he would
not be required to enter a plea to the charge.
The case was adjourned to November 14 and transferred to
Court 11, Nassau Street.


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in jewellery.
It was also alleged that on
Monday, October 16, the accused
broke into the home of Marcus
Dean at Sunset Ridge, where he
allegedly stole $17, 775 ~in jew-
ellery.
Mullings pleaded not guilty to
all charges. He was remanded to
Her Majesty's Prison yesterday
and will return to court on Mon-
day for a bail hearing.
The prosecutor objected to bail
and said hh should be in a posi-
tion to indicate whether the
accused has any previous' convic-
tions when the matter resumes
on Monday.


Pricing Information As Of:
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BISX LISTED & TRArDED SECUIRITIE S VISIT VV\VWV. BIXBAHAIVIAIA.C ONI FOR P440)%$~ DATA 1C IIJF'ORMAt Oft
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7.68 6.90 Bank of Bahamas 7.68 7.68 0.00 0.802 0.330 9.6 4.30%
0.85 0.70 Benchmark 0.80 0.80 0.00 0.208 0.020 3.8 2.50%
1.80 1.26 Bahamas Waste 1.65 1.65 0.00 0.168 0.060 9.8 3.64%
1.49 1.10 Fidelity Bank 1.31 1.31 0.00 0.188 0.050 7.0 3.82%
9.85 9.05 Cable Bahamas 9.78 9.85 0.07 3,100 0.659 0.240 14.8 2.45%
2.20 1.40 Colina Holdings 1.83 1.83 0.00 0.046 0.000 39.8 0.00%
11.91 9.00 Commonwealth Bank 11.91 11.91 0.00 222 0.943 0.660 12.6 5.54%
6.26 4.12 Consolidated Water BORs 5.20 5.33 0.13 0.130 0.045 39.6 0.87%
2.88 2.10 Doctor's Hospital 2.76 2.76 0.00 0.348 0.000 7.9 0.00%
6.21 4.35 Famguard 6.15 6.15 0.00 0.428 0.240 14.4 3.90%
11.75 10.60 Finco 11.75 11.75 0.00 0.763 0.560 15.4 4.77%/
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9.10 8.70 J. S. Johnson 8.70 8.70 0.00 0.527 0.560 16.5 6.44%
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1.3119. 1.1892 Colina Money Market Fund 1.311922*
2.9515~ 2.4766 Fidelity Bahamas G& I Fund 2.9515'**
2.4687 2.2671 Colina MSI Preferred Fund 2.468721**
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Man dies after car crash
SBy KRYSTEL ROkrLE

A MAN died at the scene of an accident after crashing into a util-
ity pole in a quiet towrn in South Andros on Thursday.
His death took the traffic fatality count up to 36 for the year.
According to police Inspector Walter Evans, the accident took
place around 3pm.
"The driver iif a 2000 Daewoo Cielo, was travelling north of
Queen's Highwway near the High Rock Primary School when he
crashed into a utility pole
He has yet to be clearly identified, but according to Mr Evans,
"this individual is believed to be from the settlement of Drakes Hill,
South Andros and police are presently investigating this not1. rr "
The man succumbed to his injuries within minutes of the crash,
he said. -i i ,


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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2006, PAGE 3


THE TRIBUNE


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Police 'checking'

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POLICE are still "doing
checks" into the truth of

clths poitjman ep sed
his firoeaerm tdea ba eerl

weeks having passed since
the alleged incident.
SYesterday, police press
liaison officer Walter Evans
said that "investigations are
still ongoing" into the
reports that the weapon was
exposed in an intimidating
manner during an argument
in a First Caribbean bank in
the Marathon area.
The officer reportedly
engaged in a. heated
exchange with a bank teller
after learning that an appli-
cation for an account had
gone "missing "
Although the officer did-
n't draw the weapon, it was
claimed, he "opened his
shirt" to make the presence
of the gun known to the
employee.
The teller was reportedly
left shaken and shocked.




G"""teralks afbacking


COmpromise
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Of IS pressure

UNITED NATIONS

VENEZUELA accused
Guatemala on Friday of back-
ing out of talks on a compro-
~ misee candidate to break a dead-
lock mn their battle for a seat
on the U.N.' Securit3 Council
because of U.S. pressure,
according to Associated Press.
Venezuela's Foreign Minis-
ter Nicolas Maduro said nego-
tiations were now back to
square one and if talks resume
agamn his government will pro-
pose Bolivia as a compronuse :
nation "because it is att'emerg-
ing country with a new leader-
ship representing very well -
South Amenica.
Latin American diplomats
had hoped that high-level talks
hosted by Ecuador on Thurs-
day between Maduro and
Guatemalan Foreign Minister
Gert Rosenthal could break the
impasse after 41 ballots failed to
produce a winner, but
both countries refused to with-
draw.
Guatemala has led
Venezuela in all butone of the
votes, where they! tied, but it
has been clear since the early
ballots that neither can muster
the needed two-thirds support
in the 192-nation U.N. General
Assembly to win the seat.
The United States backs
Guatemala, and leftist
Venezuela is led by President
Hu o Chae who is fiercely
A number of countries had
been mentioned as possible
compromise candidates include"
ingu Bobivia,hiCeo nad t
recently the Dominican R~epub-


bt reunihee wi hmm tarunghtser
Ms Smith's attorney in Los
Angeles, Ronald Rale, said he
has not seen the new lawsuit
and criticised Biakhenad and his

"People are free ut all e
anything they want. Bur ite
end yo ,ubl erib l s o acdk '
SMeanwhile, authorities have
been investigating whether Ms
Smith legally obtained perma-
nent residency in the Bahamas,
tlpe country's immigration
director' said Thursday.
The probe centres on
whether Smith purchased the
US$1 million Bahamian man-
sion she claimed in a residency
application, immigration direc-
tor Vernon Burrows told The
Associated Press.
G. Ben Thompson, a devel-
oper from Myrtle Beach, S.C->
has said he still owns the house
where the 38-year-old Smith
moved while pregnant. Smith's
lawyers have said she moved
to the Bahamas seeking priva-
cy during her pregnancy.
Ms Smith's daughter waS
born September 7. Three days
later, Smith's 20-year-old son,
Daniel, died while visiting her
in a Nassau hospital. The
results of official toxicology
tests and a police investigation
into his death- have not been
publicly released.


viANNrA dN dte Smitha n
when applying for her daugh-
ter's birth certificate in the
Bahamas, a new lawsuit filed
against the former playmate
An attorney for the ex-
boyfriend of Ms Smith has
ft dr a second lawsuit aal s
fraud and conspiracy, his
lawyer said
The lawsuit was filed here
in the Bahamas, where Ms
Smith has been since the birth
of her daughter, on behalf of
photographer Larry Birkhead,
his attorney Debra Opri said
Thursday.
Birkhead has been seeking
a paternity test, claiming he is
the father of Smith's six-week-
old baby girl, named Dannie
Lynn Hope Marshall Stern.
The paternity. suit was filed in
California.
Ms Smith identified her
lawyer, Howard Stern, as the
father. .
The lawsuit asks Stern's
name b'e deleted from the girl's
birth certificate and replaced
with Birkhead's.
"It will be up to this govern-
ment entity to pursue any
criminal investigation against
either Anna Nicole Smith
and/or Howard K Stern," Opri
said outside court.
A hearing in the paternity


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lawsuit scheduled for Thurs-
day was delayed until early
next week.
Opri said Birkhead has
retained a law firm in Nassau
to handle the new lawsuit.
Both Smith and Stern have 14
days to respond, Ms Opri said.
Mr Birkhead, appearing
sombre in a black suit, spoke
briefly,
"I am the father of Dam~iie
Lynn~ and I think this is...a
crime," he said. "I expect to


A 24-YEAR-OLD man of
Nassau East north was arniigned
ifl magistrate's court on Friday in
connection with multiple house
break-ins that allegedly ledi to the
theft of thousands of dollars
worth of jewellery.
It was alleged in court dockets
that on Wednesday, October 18
Shantino Mullings broke into the
home of Angela White on Nas-
,sau East north.
There, he is accused of steal-
ing $9,538 in jewvellery. .
SAnother charge alleged that on
Thursday, October 5 while at
Nassau East north, Mullings
broke into the home of Diarra
Miller. There, he allegedly stole a
Rolex watch and a gold chain
together valued at $1,800.
19ullings~ was also accused of
breaking into a home on Kendal
Wood Drive on Wednesday,
October 18.
There, he allegedly stole $2,150
in jewellery belonging to Metlese
C%%lings was further accused
of breaking into the home of
Lawrence Burrows on Thursday,
Oc oer 5, while at Nassau East

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Cler. Warned on partisan preaching


~EDITOR, The Tribune.
THE Utiited Nations Headquarters should be moved out of
The United States. The building that houses the offices' and meet-
ing rooms is in need of executive repairs and is no longer suitable.
for the increased membership of the United Nations. New York
City is heavily congested and there is no physical space for' enlarge-
ment of the headquarters.
The UN bureaucrats and members of the country delegations
abuse their diplomatic privileges and abuse the people of the Unit-
ed States.
Many of-the dele ation members, by disregarding traffic regu-,
lations, do not pay their just debts to the City. Many also attempt
to circumvent their responsibilities as visitors to the United States
by not following passport andl visa requirements for entry to the
USA.
The United States, as a sovereign country, has the right to estab-
lish passport requirements for its citizens and for those people `
wishing to enter the USA. Interference in US ~internal affairs- and
lobbyists are not welcomed by the American people.
Many UN officials are anti-American and have been openly
critical of the people.
:The head of the UN humanitarian office has labelled the Amer-
ican people "'st Ing)"' and has repeatedly been critical of US efforts
around the world.
SA UN undersecretary has publicly questioned ~the intelligence of
the people and implied that they have been "brainwashed" by the
news medlia. `It is time for a change. It is time to get the United
Nations out of the United States and time to get the United States
out of the United Nations.
The incoming Secretary General should remove his office from
the scandal and corruption that has taken place under the present
office holder.
The Headquarters should be moved to another location ch as
Africa, South America, Asia, or to the Caribbean. The ec iomic
benefits and development for the chosen region that would ~m- ;
pany such a move would be extensive. Commerce, employ L t,.
education and travel would all be greatly improved for the reg. -Za
where the relocation takes place. The bureaucrats and the country,
delegation members would ali'be happier because they would no -
longer have to attend the General Assembly meetings in New
York City.
The United Nations should make the move now.
TR DRAY
Nassau,
October, 2006.




Notice

NOTICE is hereby given that ILLANETTE OCTELUS OF
GODET AVENUE, CARMICHEAL RD., P.O. BO)( CB 1277,
NASSAU, BAHAMS, 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 21ST day of OCTOBER, 2006
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Freeport, Bahamas.









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Notice

NOTICE is hereby' given that PIERRE ROCHENI=L VALERE
OF P.O.BOX SS-5951, 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 28TH day of OCTOBER, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.


Notice

NOTICE is hereby given that ADRIENNE LOUIS-OCTEUS
OF #9 CLARIDGE ROAD, P.O. BOX N-8202, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS, .is applying to the Minister.l 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 riot be granted,
should send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days frorti the 28TH day of OCTOBER, 2006
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.









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-Achievement of targeted sales volume and maintaining Inventory.
-Develop fuure(MIVCI experience preferred) managers and implement
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rfil mentation of ttour efficiency and building of strong team value
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-College degree preferred, but not required.
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Fax: 242-367-0077


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PAGE 4, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2006


home unsupervised on
scol rak to e a u d
vandalize private and public
property and abuse stray
dogs. Nor have we deposited
our children at the mall
parking lot to solicit spon-
s rm lo'a"scho day-trip
I personally. feel like too
many Bahamians (I am a full
Bahamian the grand-
daughter of Bertram
Cartwright of Long Island
an onf.Cae E trih
want to place all single par-


EDITOR, The Tribun'e.

MY BAHAMIAN friend
who resides in Tennessee
(married, four boys, one girl)
contacted me to .express his
displeasure with the state of
affairs in The Bahamas and

prde aho chheodd i Th
Bahamas was almost as bad
as in America." Not curious
of his source g~r medium of
accuracy, I told him that sta-
tistically that may be ~true
and I agreed that the com-
plaints sand d leuma I
seemed to be on the rise in
the media; however, my two
children and I lived in a


adjustinent, no drama single
parent household. I espe-
cially appreciated this when
I heard all the horror stories
of some extended families
whose close having quarters
afforded them little privacy
or protection of personal
property. A local radio
broadcast on the same sub-
ject, informed the audience
of a child who left her break-
fast on the stove and took a
bath and dressed for school
but an uncle ,or older male
cousin ate the breakfast, and
unsympathetically left her
hungry. This incident was
both sad and unfortunate;
but;' both my children have a
balanced hot breakfast every
morning. .
.I further explained to my
friend that both my children
attended private school, with
private transportation, and
private. extra-curricu~lar
activities (music, French,
maritime, math, ballet,
junkanoo, tu~toring services),
prikat~tSly funded school trips l
(dome;'tic, rixiuti-domestic
andl international), filll meals
and snacbksd without govern-
ment s bsi y.
I did not promote "rout of
marriage offspring"!, but sim-
ply pointed out to my friend
that whether' through death,
divorce, or decision, not all
single parents have eight
children for haphazard part-
ners and have -mastered the
art of bargaining with jitney
drivers for discounted fare.
Not all single parents
allowed their children to
walk the streets early in the
morning unattended to
school to beg motoi'ists for
"dollar"l to purchase potato
chiips and slush, from side.
street vendors for breakfast
Many of us have not allowed
Our. children to remain at


eixts in the same category
andutheir minds "pop" ithan
preset categoric~ specifica-
tions. The mould prejudice
that my friend had of single
parents in his native land
was quickly shattered after
or talk. I Inul enlil htened
many single parent house-
holds in The Bahamas that
never qualify for any statis-
tical census, scientific study,
or inter-continental grape
vine. I hope others find this
helpful.
NATASHA
EDWARDS
SFreelance Writer

NQ tbr 25, 2006.


IN THE face of increased' federal scrutiny
of politics in: the pulpit, religious denomina-
tions are warning clergy against overtly partisan
preaching
As Election Day approaches, with the Mass-
achusetts governorship and both houses of Con-
gress being contested, the Roman Catholic
Archdiocese of Boston has sent a memo to all
priests instructing them not to provide parish
directories to political candidates, not to allow ~
the distribution of campaign literature on church
property, and not to express support or oppo-
sition for political candidates.
The memo warns. explicitly that the' tax-
exempt status of the Archdiocese of Boston
could be at risk if those rules are violated.
\:The Reform Jew~ish movement, the largest
Jewish denomlination in the country, took a
-similar step last week, holding a conference call .
with more tha$.20)0 rabbis and synagogue
administrators around the country to offer guid-
ance about how to preach on politics -withodt
running afoul of the nation's tax code.
And the Unitarian Univ~ersalist Association,
which is headquartered in Boston, is revamping
an Internet page that guides clergy about polit-'
ical preaching in light of new IRS guidelines
for churches.
The `increased concern ainong religious
denominations has been triggered by a highly
publicized IRS investigation into All Saints
Church. an Episcopal parish in Paradena. Calif..
"Wi~iei-e aj giracher iif 2004 mused alotid. in a ser-
mon. about a bypotherical debate between Jesus ;
and the two major-party candidates for presi-
dent. Presidentr George W~. Bush and UiS Sena-
tor John F. Kerry. The church is now refusing to
comply with a summons for a copy of all written
and oral communications identifying candidates
for public office in 2004; the IRS, which issued
the summons, is investigating whether the ser-
mon, in which the preacher imagined Jesus crit-
icising the war mn Iraq, constituted illegal advo-
cacy for the Kerry campaign.
sp e ious pe pe on all sides of th dpahitchae
nation has become more partisah~, and the lev-
el of pitblic discourse has become more politi-
'cized~ and negative, that has brought us to this
point. and has brought more: scrutiny from the
IRS," said Rob Keithan. director of the Wash-
mgton ofi~ce of the Uinitarian Ulniversalist Asio-
Sciation, which is known for iberal politics --The
: All Saints case did hate a big impact It gave
us all occasion to talk about w~herber wer have
our own houses in order." .
Political campaign activity by churches and -
other. nonprofits was barred' by Congress in
1954l, but enforcement activity has intensifiedd
''dramatically iti the last two years, as liberals


accuse evangelical churches and conservatives
accuse Affican-American churches of routine
ly violating the law. One website,
ratoutachrurch.org, solicits allegations about pol-
itick~ing in liberal congregations;.The IRS said
that it has completed 87 audits of churches and
charities accused of violations during the 2004
election campaigns, and the violations were
found in 71 per cent of the cases.
The regulations bar churches from endorsing
or opposing candidates, but permit disexission of
issues. Clergy can endorse candidates as indi-
Sviduals; currently, in Massachusetts, the guber-
Snatorial campaign of Democrat Deval-Patrick is
circulating a letter to clergy:, "to help them get
involved with the campaign as midividuals if
they choose' according to campaign spokes-
woman LibbyrDeVecchi.
The recent memo to Catholic priests in the
Archdiocese ofBoston was similar to one sent
to all Catholic priests in the state, according to
Edward F. Saunders Jr., the executive director
of the Massachusetts Catholic Conference, who
said he thought' it would be prudent for all four
bishops to' clarify the rules for priests.
"We had heard some priests were being
approachedd to do things there were various
voter guides floating around, and we wanted
to make sure they knew the guidelines and that
there were no problems,"' Saunders said; "It's
the ~first statewide election in four years, and we
felt it was a good idea to get the word out."
r- Harold Sparrow, the e\:ecutit e director. of :
the Black: Alinistenal Alliance, said he has cau-
tioned his membership not to endarse candi-
dates from the pulpit smece an IRS review of a
comment by a Boston minister, the Rev. Gre--
gory G. Groover Sr., pastor of the Charles Street
AME~ Church, who in 2004 introduced Kerry as
"the next: president of~the United States." -
The Unitanian Universalist Association pub- .
lished guidelines for clergy during the 2004 elec-
tion season but is now modifying them in -
response to new guidance from the IRS, and,
1ik oeat lden mi tti ns, exp ct tomre
political discussion is expected to intensify for
the presidential campaign.
The increased attention to the role of reli-
gious organizations iit politics has raised con-
cerns that some preachers might be scared away
from talking about politics.
S"I am concerned that people's fears willecause
them to be less forceful with their words," Kei-
than said. "Certainly, we don't want people to
not speak.out about their values."

(This article was. written by Michael Paulson
of The Boston. Globe c. 2006).


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Public and private employers launching numerous health fairs

and promotions to help employees develop healthier lifestyles


JHNRSYOSNTACLOLLIE
MORE than 65 per cent of
healthcare costs result from
chronic, preventable illnesses
according to statistics.
From cancer to heart dis-
ease to diabetes, many health
problems could be prevented
if Bahamians chose healthier
lifestyles, experts say.


es are not just tragic for their
employees, but also their busi-
nesses, which are forced to

dciit sro ahnea th
employees.
For instance, statistics say
that overweight employees are
twice as likely. than other


The Tribune'wants to hear
from people who are
making news in their
neighlbourhoods.,Perhaps ~
nI~ are raising finds ftr a
good ausecamiigni' g .

award.
Ifsdos cle us on 322-1986


NOTICE
liOTICE is hereby given that KENNETH HESLOP OF #42
TARREY TOWN DRIVE, P.O. BOX F-43858, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister .
responsible for~ Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/
Snaturalzo oa al ctzn ofTe rnhasnand tat ny prsos
not be granted, should send a written and signed statement of
2h~e6 at wthnt tr onty-ih as f romattoen2al h da tf Otob r,
P.O.Box N-. 7147, Freeport, Bahamas.

















NOFC 6EiS eAbRgby gvn thatRVLCETORI EL BOEXTSHSA NE
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
twentyeight des frm tbhe o8 day af yOaOBER, n p6
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


I~ -'-~RlcPR1nccnn~l~ I -- I - C I- -


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2006, PdrGES


THE TRIBUNE


o In brief







M.PORT-AU-PRINCE,

HH NDREDS of pro-
testers marhnd peace-
during gunbattles
with street gangs,
according to Associated
Press.
Chants of "Down
with the U.N.!" and
"U.N. go home!" rose
as marchers walked
through hC le So a al, a
Port-liu-Prince. The
protesters came within
a few feet (meters) of a


standing guard at the
entrance and atop six
armored personnel car-
riers rifles at.the
ready. .
The demonstration
was one of the largest
displays of defiance
toward U.N. troops in
months and under-
scored rising opposi-
tion toward the inter-
national force, sent to
quell violence in the
impoverished
Caribbean country
after a 2004 revolt.
The 8,800-st on
UN forced arrived in
June 2004 to restore
order after armed
rebels toppled former
president Jean-
BH ii'as frs de ocati -
and a beloved figure
among Haiti's poor
masses.
Though peacekeepers
won praise for helping
organize February elec-
tions called to replace .
Aritsude, pcoor lum :i
dwellers' i~ncreasinely
acse troops ofc 1 ng
ing viith -gangsters.
U.N. troops say they
only fire when


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ment has ers have been launching
numerous health fairs and
promotions to help employ-


promoting healthier diets by
,. I's ot ffering wholesome snack
w. It' not options in vending machines

Ild how arge e oy rs hvegea
n."r begun to install locker rooms
aild shower facilities for
- KELLY employees.
Of the various health pro-
motions strategies in ~play,
because individually tailored disease
e into my management programmes
was in the have proved to be the biggest
Took my cost saver for employers.
d my wal- Mariy employers. are begin-
e a house ning to tie health promotions
ldn'tcallto financial incentives.
on'tahkav~e This technique holds the
n to take greatest potential for chang-
go to the ing unhealthy habits among
is Nssau workers.
le can just Aed3 rc~to
he middle Aled3 pe n o
:hey want. em'ployeris in the Bahamas
frou going with 500l or more' employees
offer' some kmnd of financial
incentive, but this practice is
)EE DElt not widespread.


employees to have a high rate
of absenteeism.
That is why local employ-
ers say they have begun to


take real interest in their
workers' health,
Employers around the
country have begun develop-


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'RENEWAL' on Sund dat 10:30 a.m. on ZNS 1
Your Host: Mr. Sidney Pinder

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Hall, East Shirley Street at 7:30 p.m.
October 20, 2006- Of~cia Launchin of Agape Meho& OnmAh Sldier
Road at the junction of Nassau Village, 4:00 p.m.
November 15-17, 2006- Central Council, Ascension Methodist Church,
Prince CharleSi Drive, Nassau.
November 17, 2006 Methodist Service Awards Banquet, Crown Balloom.
Atlantis, Paradise Island, 7:30 p.m.


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THOSE who think security staff do little more than hang around I
all day achieving nothing ought to think again,
The eyes and ears of security personnel have given an extra
dimension to law enforcement in the modern, crime-filled world.
But the job requires more than just vigilance. It also demands
courage, diplomacy and calm...and a sound basic training to ensure
delicate situations are handled properly.
That's why a book by former Bahamas assistant police commis-.
sion~er Paul Thompson has proved so popular with security firms.
It lays down in simple terms what security personnel need to~f
know, arid advises them how to handle the many different kinds of:;
situations they face daily.
The book, Basic Training for Security Officers, is aimed not
only at security personnel themselves, but also the firms that
employ them.
Mr Thompson, now general manager at Wemco Security, first', ,
published the book last year. Now it is being given a new boost to~i
attract the next generation of security officers.
He told The Tribune: "The book is intended to help advance thev!
training of security officers and, the security profession." i
The book sells for $10, but a 25 per cent discount is available onr
bulk purchases. Mr Thompson can be reached at 325-2541-3. ;








Worship time: 11ain & 7pm
Prayer time: 1f0: 15 -L 1 0:4$5a. m
Church School durPing. Worship, Serv~ice


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SBy DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Representatives
of an engineering consulting firm
from Canada concluded their sur-
vey and study of the Fishing Hole
Road on Friday with a view to
addressing the ongoing flooding
issues in that area.
Andrew McGillis, a junior
engineer, along with an assistant,
ofoaWtaFEBa rd asndeA so at s
Bahama over the past two days
gathering data at Hawksbill
Creek and Fishing Hole.
Mr McGillis said the collected
data on the waterline, tidal move-
ment eand phyesica dfeaturs ao
"the engineering and analysis to
be done later in support of help-
ing to resolve some of the issues
at th te."of Works and Utility
Bradley Roberts approved the
enkgag ent ofthehfr ato und r
ling, and design for the solution to
the problem at Fishing Hole. The
first phase of the project will cost
$250,000.
PLP Senator Caleb Outten,
who has been agitating for a per-
mashng ns Rotadfh ore thutat

activist, thanked Mr Roberts for
approving the study and moving
the process forward.
Mr Outten said the $250,000
allocated for first phase covers
the study ada ureybonhdeucted
representatives of Bairds. The
cost does not include the actual


model that would be construct-
ed.
"Once they have completed
their data and take it back to their
facility in Canada, the next phase
will be for the company to con-
struct a physical model at their
state of the art lab facilities ," he
said.

.Soundness
Senator Outten said the model
will also provide a clear and real
demonstration of the soundness
of the structure when~subjected to
extreme water levels and tide
surges during a category one to
cHing Hle Road, which is a
narrow strip of road less than a
mile long, connects Freeport and
West Grand Bahama. The area
as drn tos arqe flooding
especially during hurricanes and
bBard atd As ite has also
conducted a study of the Glass
Window Bridge in Eleuthera sub-
mittmng five recommendations to


the government after concluding
their survey and testing.
Mr Outten expects the first"
phase of the Grand Bahama pro-
ject will take four to five months. ~:
"We are talking about the only
Road in and out of West Grand,,
Bahama; the only road that leads i
to Eight Mile Rock, the largest
settlement in the Bahamas; the.
only road that leads to the con-
tainer port, the shipyard, Bahama
Rok h I etl ITa vteatpled I
the history, not only of the
Bahamas, but of the Caribbean:
- we are talking about the Ginn-
Project in West End," he said. '
Mr Outten said that the Graidd:
BaahadmpuPbr Autt t no hasaidi t
what the government decides to
do about Fishing Hole Road, it
would provide 50 per cent of the
funiw uld also like to encour-
age other corporate partners, such r


this project at Fishing Hole
Road," Mr Outten said.


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Minister:, Rev. Hentley Perry


POBo S 531


Telephone n mbr 324-2538
Telefax number: 324-25 87


belortnan Wor~Sh~ip Service 8 30 0.m.
Sunday Sc~hol for all ages .. 9.415 a.m.
-duR Education .. ........ .. 9.d5 om.
Was~hlr Sen~le .. ... .. ... I l.00J a m..
Eveningn 'v~iorsnip? Selr3c ..
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SNotice is hereby given that all the roadways at
ISteven's Bluff, Long Island will be closed for 48 ~hrS
Commencing midnight Monday 30th October, A.D
2006.



Signed
Patric M. Turnquest
Kevmn Turnquest
Dougald For'bes Estates Limited

Dated 26th October A.D. 2006.


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SUNDAY SERVICES

Sundl~o,; 5: hCe; for .1IIages5 9.J5 arr',
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WEDNESDAY at 7:30 p.m.
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SPICTUiRED from lef~t to right are Ross lilcL~onnud. senior \:ice president. Caribbean bankmgn:
Joyce Ma~ckey. Ezumn branch: George Honicche \ice president commercial banking represenling
winner Jerome Pinder (not pictured): Elano~r IFolrbe. ..min branch: Ingrid Simonl.loann collectlion cen-
tre; Patrice Ellis. servicee dleliser! and operations: Corena HRolle. RBC FINCO Robinsonl Rd: Robert
Pantry. Bahamac card centre: Anas incia knod\\es. m1ain hrn1C'h: Donnelnll Browrn. operations:
Nathaniel Beneby. site president and country head. representing Cordero Taylor. RBC F;INCO)
main branch (not pictured) and Date Dyck. operations (not pictured).



RBC~~~ sa cue


Simon, loanj c~ollectilon centre:

batllink-in illc'nr Doinncua~


iilplllii llons ~ hLI Ii
C`arlbbean aind wlll stop In the
.1 tilus ~insm. RBL~ \\III hoist
the w\inners fromll around the
globe to a grand party on shore.


R BC Bahbamas has
anno.uncedl the w\inners of it Ir
luxuiour Ro\al1Pertilrmanni
All Ros~s AlcDonalJ nIEon I~
\Ic~e plresident at RBC RII!al
Banki of Canada and lr
Nathsnlel Be~neb!. \i~ce pr-si-
de-nt and countr\ head fori RBC
maide the ;Innouncecme nts ls-
terdl 3
The- c~ruIise which w\ill take
place in January on the luxury
Celebrity cruise liner' Century, is
RBC's annual award to its most
outstanding employees.
Thi* \cLI. nine empIl~lnyces
~rec nmimd eIiris \\ inncre ,ind
they and a guests \ill loan RIB
.employees from around the
world for an all expense paid


cruise t hro~7u gh ou tII he
Csrlbbeann.
The1 winlncis are LordJcro

Talm(: RBC FIncnOman

Ro~brt Palntry.Bahamma~(_cd-
It IO.1d Centerir. Po~lice Ellis.
RB(_ c-l~lct Ji-lliel ~nc andee-
mi..rin branch. Jo\ic illuckl~.
RBC Exuma branch; Ingrid


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In observ'ance of Breast Cancer Awa~reness Mlonth,
redeem this voucher for 50".. oil-l the cost of a
mammnograml at DoctorS Hospital'

* Women who have not had a mammoglam previously at Doc tor I1l... F'!'l
* Valid th-rough December 1st, 2~006
Call to make anl appointment today 302-4662 .


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surrounding fatty tissue. However in some men, these structures are


enough for cancer to start. If you are a man, you should not ignore this
fact. Getting information about breast cancer in men is something that
every man should ask their doctor about..


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War II AIDS Day
IN A unlred efforr to
commemorate W!orld
AIDS Da\ In the
Bahamas a concert. testi-
val and memorial ier\ Iic
have been planne-d for
Saturday. December 1
Musician-, artists. \ol-
unteers andl communin\
groups are all intolle~d in
the organizing process -
as are family and friends
of those IIsIng w Ith
HIVIAIDS olr a~het hole
lost loved o~nis to tbe ill-
nentitled. Re me mrer:
concert and festital". the
one day elemr to be hcld
at New Prol Idence Cmi-
munity Church on Blake
Road and JFK Draw, will
feature music b\ local
bands, artists. iood and a
candleligh t memorial to
honour the 3.5tilli peop~le
who have lost their Ii\es
to AIDS in thbe B~atmaj.
Ambassa do r's H Ill'.11IDS
cude adn uly- w Proli-
Church, the e\ent Is open
to the public aind \\ ill h bn -
efit the Bjhamas Nationsl
Network for Posilli e Li\-
ing (BNN + a neit wo(rk
and support group for
Bahamians Ilning witrh
and affected bl.
HIV/AIDS.
"We wanted to co-m-
memorate W'orld .-\IDS
Day here In the Babams
with -a celebration." said
Anddreembones. mus ciannd
committee member for
the event. -The col-ne rt
and festi\ al \\ ill be an
uplifting < \pe~rience
where people can c~ome
and listen to a great line-
ep tf ocal artits. clo
also take time to le-arn
more about HI\'iAIDS
and most Importajntl\
remember and honour the
many people we bake
lost."
wThaelsco jrtaendu Icr ~
emerging artists that \\ll
be painting during the
concert. There will also
be a community canvas on
which the public'will be
invited to express their
emotions a~nd r~cramit\.
I'n uon/ c3 m~hid
tfial has Jled f~rom
HIVIAIDS will be lit as
' tribute


ACTORS HOSPITAL
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of breast tissue. The breast tissue of men)( 18RIESH
nothing but a nipple, a few ducts, and kg AMERICAN
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Bahamas Real Estate Association



MclEMBERS


BUSINESS


LUNCHEON


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The Nassau Yacht Club, East
Bay Street

STuesday, October 31st, 2006


1


NOTICE OF VACANCY
F1iorr
Information Technology Manager
Ai;7lIanc~y mists at jh Port G~roupi Umiited :ror s qua.!lrid an-.:1exiperie-nced infounration.
Technology Manager. T'he position reports toa the Group Cinan3icial Controller
Thfe IT Mdanaiger manages the Info~rma.tion te~ichnolr gy dep~admrnet' in accordance wivthl
!verizationail policies and goals and kee~ps the computer equiprxent, hardware and software
,al; d~ to meet: organilzanoi~nal need Also, posi!-l: ~ ty 0.Asees the Sage .sC;CPAC for aind~ows
~.~:.:ounungrl~l- system! the Sage ACCPAC HR system, Locial and Wide! iArea Com-munication
:iyslms, Micro6soft Active Directolylj SelrviCes, Piinter Serrvices, Microsal! Exchiange/Outlo~ok E-
Mnail Services, Ci~sco3 FIlesv'ail Se-urity Sysbtms, Cisco Routing Se~rvlce~s, Anti-Virus and SPAMV
F rang Settl~rices, Tape eackup S~ystem~l, 3rnd M:.icroso:0ftCitri~x Pernote Trelninal Services.
The successful candidate must have thle following:
Polvenl experience~ in IT inflastlructure pi!lanning .Ilnd developmeni-rt.
3emoncrstrated abhlnty to apply~ IT ill solvingl 'ousineiss problems
ti :-to!lyb ;,.ndu.ct and diiect research into IT issues and products.
Extensive experience workirng in a iearn-oriented, coillabo~ratlve envilronmenlt
A pplicratiorn support experience with Sage ACC PAC= fo, windowi~s
*~~~~~~~~~~~ Exeniv exeinewrkr ihV.iw 0 r ler ith Active Dlrec~toryi network,
Extensive experience worirking w~if th Mic~rosoft Exchangd200i3.
*, Strong tec~hnical bnowrledlge of Mtic-osoft SQL Servy1 2i000
*I Strong technical knowledge of MS Office 2003 (Word, Excel, Power~oint. Access).
Extensive experience working entlh CISCO roulrers CISCO switches, CISCO firewfalls, virus
pro~tection~ and backup applications.
E:.c ~ielent customer relation' skills.
D esirable qaualificaions:
Bachelor's degree from -four year college or unIvelrsltyr In the field of computer science or at
least 8 years related work experience.
- Mlicrosoft Certlfled Systems Enginteer (~c~SE) ;:ertificajtlion
*Cisco Certified Ntetwork Associate (CCNA) Certifldlionl
ortel phone switch administration skills.
Citrix Certified Administrator (CCA) C~rtfi~cation~
Very competitive salary plus benefits package.
Resumes with supporting documentation should be submitted to:
The Personnel Department
The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited
P. O. Box F-42666
Freeport, Grand Bahama, or
personnel~gbpa.com
on or before November 3, 2006


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.SACRED Heart Parish Prepares For annual steak-out and mini-fair Father Mel Taylor (cen-
tre), Pastor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Angela Fox, steak out chairperson (seated right
of Father Taylor) along with other members ~of the Parish Council finish plans for the church's~
popular steak-out and mini-fair to be held on. November 4 on the church grounds. :



FOOd Ifo tH Ougnt:


ahead of Sacred



Heart steak-out


including: hoopla, face paint;
ing, bingo, a bouncy castle, a
white-elephant stall, books
and an in-house raffle just to,
name a few.
"The steak-out is a family-,;
oriented event that offers,
something for all ages," said
Father Mel Taylor, Sacred
Heart Catholic Church Pas-
tor.
"We invite' the whole com-
munity to join us for an:
afternoon of great food and'
fun."


GREAT steak and chicken
dinners grilled fresh on-site
draw hundreds of people
every year to the Sacred Heart
Catholic Church annual steak-
out and mini fair.
The steak-out is to be held
this year on Saturday, Novem-
ber 4 from noon to 6pmh on
the church grounds at the cor-
ner of Shirley Street and
Shirley Park, and the organis-
ingecommittee is gearing-up
foir another successful event.. ~
".-A. Sacred Heart's steak-


out we, really concentrate on
the food and as a result our
event has become known for
offering some of the best steak
and chicken dinners found
anywhere," said Angela Fox,
steak-out chairperson. "If you
haven't had one of our deli-
cious dinners yet, this is the
time to come out and try one
for yourself and your family."
Homemade cakes, sweets
and conch fritters are also fea-
tured, .albn~g with games and ~
booths for' the whole family


00 p er


per son 7


12:30 p.m.


$ 930.





STAKING part in the "Let's Talk" programme were (from
~~. left) MIP George Smith, moderator, Richard Crawford, Franklyn
Wilson and Arthur Fo;ules. Their topic: Whether an MP who
"' 1 leaves his party should be required to contest a by-election in his
9 constituency. The programme was sponsored by Restaurants
SI (Bahamas) Ltd. -April29, 1971.

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This week's edition of In Days Gone By takes a look back at the popular talk shows 'Let's
Talk' and 'Getting Ahead' and some of the guests that appeared on those programmes.


ATHE .Let's Talk" panel discussed the housing problem in the Bahamas and whether gov- 8 WOME19'S 'Libera~tion v as the topic on the "Let's Talk" Programme. Taking part in the dis-i
ernment should play a role in it. Froin left: Dr Elwood Donaldson, moderator Ridehard Crawford,: cushion~ were, from left. miss Katherine Granger, moderator Richard Crawford, Robert Halliday
Senator Reginald Lobosky and Orville Turnquest. December 21, 1970. and Senator Kendal Isaacs. The programme was sponsored by Avant Garde Beach Apartments
(Photo by: Don Russell) and V'ilas. January 22. 1971


s REV Neil Ells was a
Guest on the radio talk show
"Getting Ahead". During
that time he was the general~
manager of Chicken Unlim-
ited and assistant pastor o~f
the New Covenant Baptist
Church. Rev Ells became
the general manager of the
Chicken Unlimited at age 19.
After experiencing six years
of success in the business he
said, 'I vem estblished a

process of establishing a
ministry." August 1, 1986


Iny,,es &lr Spirits including?
Her~ingerl Vineyards
rC'hateau Ste IMichelle
Antinori
Linidemaans
Concha y Toro
Duc~khorn Vineyards /
Louis Latour
Boschlen~dal -i .
Zooirn I
...anad over :30 talented
B ah ami an A4r ti St


WIrNES &i SE!;:' i

All wines featured will be on sale
October 28 November 4
at selected Bristol Wine & Spirits stores
ALL PROCEEDS IN AID OiF THE
BAHAMAS NATIONAL TRUST


By


Da s


Golne


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12noon to 6pm

The Retreat,
Village Road
Parking at Queen's college
Uight lunches available throughout
the afternoon.
Admission
BNT Members: $15
General Public: $20
Children under 12: Free


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: THE Cancer Society of the Bahamas' Support Group
w~ill~be sponsoring a Free Public Seminar entitled It's a New
SDay" for Cancer Survivors, family and friends as a part of the .
~Breast Cancer Awvareness Month on Saturday, Octobei 28
From l0am 4pm at the Cancer Society ~Headquarters, East
Terrace Centreville (2 doors south ocf ZNS). .
This event will provide educational and informative ses-
.sions on cancer wit a variety. ofteresting cancer Spe-
clalists, persons discussing healthy lifestyles, and survivors. :
.Al ealthiy lunth will be provided along with giveaway~s o
Participants. As space is limited, persons are asked to tele-
.''phone the Society to book' a space as soon as possible.
Further information may be obtained by contacting the
i'ancer Society of the Bahamas at telephone 323.4482~ or
323.4441, fax 323.4475 and e-mail at cancersociety@coral-
wave.com.


Bahamas National Pride Buildihg.

International Training in Comamunication, Essence Club #3173
holds its bi-monthly meetings on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each
month at Doctor's Hospital Conference Room.

Nassau Council 10415 Knights of Columbus meets the second and
fourth Wednesday of the month; 8pm @3 St Augustine's Monestary.


ENTERTAINMENT

ABSOLUT Vodkra presents "Find your Mayor" Saturday, Novem-
ber 4 front 8pm to lam hosted at the Nassau -Botanical Gardens:
This is a presentation of five flavours in the family of flavors (Rasp-
berri, Vanilia, Citron. Mandrin. Ap'each).-Five flavou~rs, five design-'-
ers for five garden enuironments, five dj,, five entertainers. creating
tive unique moods. Absolut is the most attractive brand in the
Bahamas, come and experience Absolut like never before and find
your (Insour

A HEALTH

Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the public of its meeting
times and places.: The Nassau Group, Rosetta Street: Saturday
Mornings 10am to Ilam.

Bahamas Diabetic Associanion meets every third Saturday, 2:30pm
,(except August and December) @~ the Nursing School, Grosvenor
Close, Shirley Street.

Doctors Hospital CPR and First Aid classes are offered every
third Saturday of the month from 9am-lpm. Contact a Doctors Hos-
pital. Commithfty Training R~epresentative at 30(2.41732 for more
information and learn' to save a life toIayt.




:Jlldi CYLINGi: The' owners of JAQR Cyicling are pleased to offer a
cycling clinic for juniors between 10 arid 17..The free clinic will be
lield every Saturday In an effort to encourage kids to cycle. Parents
interested in registering~ their chlldren'should contact organisers at
jarcycling@gmad~icom
CONCERTS

,New Trhe Nassau Mulsic Society proudly presents Crispiah Steele-
Perkins oil Trumpet, accompanied by Leslie Pearson on piano m
concert on Saturday. November 4 at St Paul's Church, Llrord Cay
at 8pm. Interpreting- Henry Purcell, G F Handal, W Mathias. F
Mezndelssohn and Leroy Anderson
Tickets are abadlable from AD Hanna &r Co, Deseaux Street,
322 8306, and Star General Insurance on Mlarathon Road 393.5529



~~SUNDAY _i
, PARTIES, NiGHTCLUBS -
& RESTAURANTS

Traveller's Rest Restaurant, West Bay Street, features special
entertainment Gernie, Tabisha and the Caribbean Express every
Sunday from 6:30pm to 9.30pm.

It HEALTH

~Alcoholids Arionymous,wvishes' to inform the public ~of its meeting
timres anid places: The Nassau Group, Rose'tta Street: Sunday 6pm to
7pm / 8:30pm to 9:30pm.




Sen~d all our civic arnd social events
.(atachc pictures If possible) to
The Tribune via fax: 328.2398 or.e-mail: ydeleveaux@e
tribunecmedia~net `Out there in subject Itne


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Alcoholics Anonymous, Wishes to inform the-pubic of its meeting
times and' places: New Priovidence Community Centre: Mondays .
6pm to 7pm. The Kirk: Mondaiys 2;30pm to 8:30pm :~~.~
Diabetes Directions a~FREE diabetic. ::upport gru :estefrt
Monday of each month at 6:30pm at New Providence Comimunity .
Centre, Blake Roaid Dinner is provided and free blood sugar. blood
pressure and cholesterol testing Is available. For more into call
702.4646 or 327.2878`

MS (Multiple Scierosis) Bahamas m~ees the third Monday every.
month, 6pm @ Doctors Hospital conference room. .

CIVIC CLUBS '-

TIoastmasters Club 3596 meets at the B;iratish Colonial-Hilton; hon-
da'y's at 7pm Club 612315 meets Monday 6pm & Wyndham Nas-
sau'Resort, Cable Beach Club 3596 meets at the: British Colonial
Hilton Mondays at 7pm. .

The Nassau Bahamas Pan-Hellenic 'Council (NPHC) meets every
third Monday of the month in the Board Rooni of the British Colo-
nial Hilton Hotel, Bay St.


W HEALTH : -I

Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the public of its nieeting
times and places: The Nassau Gjroup, Rosetta Street. Tuesday 6pm
to 7pm/8:30pm to 9:30pm.-. .:

The Cancer Society of the Bahamas meets at 5:30pm on #tie second
Tuesday of each month at their Headquarters at East Tt~rrace, Cen-
treville. Call 323.4482 for more info.

Pre. & Post Natal Fitness Classes are being h61d 6:30pm Tuesdays at
Nassau GymNastics Seagrapes location (off Prince: Charles Dr).
Doctor approval is required. Call 364.84123 to register for morle info.

CIVIC CLUBS

( he Kiwanis Club of New Prowadence meets ever) Tuesday at
7 30pm at the Holy Cross Community Centre. Highbury Park

The L~uncheon Pilot Club of N~assau meets every third Tuesday at
SuperClubs Breezes, Cable Beach at 12:30pin. We invite all commu-
nity minded persons to attend.


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T~he Kiiwanis Club of Cable Beach I'7in he putbljc to its regular
wreekly m~eeings held ever) W;ednesdigS~d 7.30pm at the Brlllsh
Colonlal Hilton. Kiwanis ii a worldilJe ser\ lce organuallonn dedl-
cated to chanjping the world One Child. One Communtry at a Ilme
School and Community Nature W'alk and Petting. Zoo Free Etcryr
Wednesday froni 10am 2:30pm at Earth Village' Ranch, St Albans
Drise and Columbus A~enuez (Chippingham). Call (242) 356-2274


Toastmasters Club 1095 meets Tuesday, 7:30pm @~t' C Sweering. now. to"" make Reserrations. Open to all figes and groups Mlondal-
Senior School's Dining Room, College Avenue off M~oss Road Sunday from 9am, put. Inquire about additional act'ivities and pro-
Club Cousteau 73413 meets Tuesdays at 7:30pm in ~the'Chickcharney grammes.
Hotel, Fresh Creek, Central Andros * Club 7178 meets each Tues-
day at 6pm at the Canicer.Society of the Baharnas. 3rd Terrace, Cen-. TM Club 2437 meets eatch Wednesday on the 4th floor of the Miri-
treville. `:isjtry of Health, Meetin~g Street at 6 pm.


Alpha Kappa! Alpha Soroiriy, Eta Psi Omega chapter mrees every .
second Tuesday, 6.30pm @ the Eleuthera Room ih~ the Wyndham
Nassau Resort, Cable Beach. ,


THURSDAY


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'' HEALTH


Kappa Alpha Pst Fralernstly meets every second Tuesday. 6:30p~m @
Atlantic House, IBM Office, 4th floor meeting room.

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


~l s~QB~ ''WEDNESDAY ~~II

PARTIES, NIGHC LUB~~iSjl~ .~~:~I
& RESTAURANTS, .-I:~::~:~;

Hump Day Happy Hour @ TopshotteritSports Bar e erv ~Wednes-
day Spm-8pm. Free appietizers aind nuimbrdus drink spec alas.

HEALTH

Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the pubrlic of its miee'ting
times and places: Newv Providence Ciommunity 'Centrei Wednesday -
7pm to 8pm. The Nassau Grotip: Rosetra Street, Wednesdaby 6pm
to 7pm / 8:30pm to'.9:30gim.

FREE Healthi and Wellness Lectures are held the grst Wednesday
of every month at 6:30pm at New Providerice Community Center
Blake Road. For more information call 327.166Q or 327.2878. FREE
Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar and Cholesterol Screening. :

. The Cancer Society of the Bahamas' S~upport Group meets every
Wednesday from 5:30pm to 7pm at Cancei Headquarters, twb doors
south of ZNS. Cancer patients, survivors, their family membetS and' :
friends are invited to attend. Phone 313 4482



W CIVIC CLUBS

TIhe Rotary Club of SouthEast Nassau me- evi ecry Wednesday .
from 1pm 2pm at East Villa Restaurant, East Bay Street.
Always an interesting speaker and great fellowship. If youi would
like to attend our~meetings please send an e-mail to
bruno.pletscher@gottardo.com~ or kathyveimithidhotmisil.coi.

The Niassqu Bahamar Alumnae chapter of Delta Slgm'a Theta Soror.
ity incorporated meets 6 O0pm every third Wednesday at the


Free public health lectures featuring distinguished physicians are~
Held at Doctors Hosp~ital every third Thursday of the month at 6pm
Sin the Doctors Hospital Conference Room. Free screenings
,between 5pm & 6pm; For more information call 302-4603.

Alcoholics Anohyinous, wishes to inform the public of its meeting
times and places: The Nassata~ Group, Rosetta Street: Thursday 6pm
to 7pm / 8:30pm to 9:30pm. The Kirki: Thursdays 7:30pm to
8 :30pm

Pre &( Post Nratal Fitness Classes are being held 6:30pm Thursdays
at Nassau GymNastics Seagrapes location loff Prince Charles Dr).
Doctor approval is required Call 364 8423I to register or for more
info ;

RESACH Resources &. Education fof Autism and related Chal-
lenges meets from 7pm r 9pm the second Thursday of each month In
the cafeteria of the 13EC building, Blue HiII Road.

CIVIC CLUBS

The Rotary Club of Nassau Sunrise has a breakia~st mreetng every
Thursday morning at 7am at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel
(Fellowship begins at 6:45ani)
Th~e Kiwanis Clubj of Ovezr-the-Hill meets every Thursday at 8p~m
at the Holy, Cross Activity Centre, Soldier Road. Guests are wel-
come l

Toastmasters Club 3956 meets every first, second and third Thurs-
day at the Mlinistry of Health & Environment building on Meeting
Street commencing at 7-30pm. E\ eryone Is welcome to attend.

TM Club 16600meets Thursday, 8.30pm' @ SuperClubs Breezes.

International Association of Administrative Professionals, Bahamas
Chapter meets the third Thursday of every month @ Superclubs
SBreezes, Cable Beach, 6pm.~

The recently established National khsurance B~aord Retiree Associa-
tion (NIBRA), meets every fourth Thursday in the month, in the
National Insurance Board's (NIB) training room, Wulf Road office
comp ex, at 6pm. All retirees are welcome.

?The Rotary~ Club of West Nassau holds its weekly meeting every


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YDoELtE V EAdUX i T:R.B BU NE ME-D IA..NET -r
" OU-T T:H E RE" II T HEii SBJEC6T iLN E
P HO T OG R AP ARE' W EL C OM E


Thursday at Ch~oices resturant on the campus of the College of the
Bahamas. Fellowship starts at 12:30pmi, with the meeting held from
1pm to 2pm.ll RII

HEALTH

.:Alcoholics Anonymous, wishes to inform the public of its meeting
:'times and places: The Nassan Group, Rosetta Street: Fridays 6pm to
S7pm de 8:30~pm to 9:30pm. Sacred Heart Church Fridays @ 6pm to
S7phii New Providence Comnmunity Centre: Fridays 9 7pm to 8pm.

i CIVrIC' CLUBS

TM Club 9477 nicets Friday, 7pm @ Bahamas Baptist Community
College Rm A19, Jesin St.

Nassau Bahamas Koiffonia meets' every second Friday of each
.month, 7.30pm at Emmaus Centre at St Augustine's Monestary. For
more info call 325.1947 after 4pm.;

AMISTAD is' a club which promotes the Spanlish language an'dcul-
ture, in the community. Resldents of the Bahamas who speak Span-
ish or are learning Spanish' are invited to attend meetings on the
third Friday of the month during the academic.year at 7pm in room
13 of COB's Tourism Training Centre.

.l CONCERTS

.New - The Nassati Music Soscit proudlr presentsCrispian Steele-
.:Peikins on Trumpet, accompanied by Leslie Pearson on piano in
cone ert on Friday. November 3 at Government Hou'se at 8pm. Inter-
pre ~hg: Henry Puricll. G F Handal, W Mathias, F Mendelssohn and
Lerib Anderson
T.Ickets are available from AD Halina & Co, Deveaux Street,
322 8306, and Star General Insurance oli Maratholi Road 393.5529


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October 29th. 2006. at 1:00 p. m.
at the Hillview Seven Day Adventist
Church, Tonique Darling Highway.
Interment will follow in the Southern
Cemetery. Cowpen and Spikenard
~ ~;;s Roads. Officiating will be Pastor W.
T.Adderley. assisted by Elder L,.
F Ion ers and other ministers. Services have been entrusted to Gateway
Memorial Funeral Chapel. Mount Royal A venue and Kenwood
Strreet.
Left with cherished memory are her loving husband, IDieuseul Bratve;
three (3) sons Alfred Pinder, Patrick and Jake Brave; two (2)
daughters, Francoise and Karen Brave; her mother, Olgareen Clarke;
morther-in-law, Florine Gustave; father-in-law, Phillip Brave; eight
(8) sisters, Min. Terecita Tuckcer, Evonne Higgs, Vera Sylverain,
Petrona McKenzie, Antoinette, Pearline, Judith and Denise Clarke;
three ('3) brothers Fredrick, Rodney and Jason Clarke; six (6) uncles,
Wilfred, Rupert, Thomas, Eugen ~and Maxwell Taylor and David
Smith. ten (10) aunts, Rosie, Carolyn, Vera, Velma, Robin and Min.
Perenita Taylor, Correna Loulse ofhiliani~, Florida, Naomi Evans,
Doral Taylor and Evelyn Knowles; sisters-in-law, Carolyn Clarke,
Arenta Brave Louynh, Roshn~e, Rosemetta and Clou'mmne Brave;
brotherrs-in-law, Min. Jeremy Tucker, Macelinn Sylveramn, Dereck
Mlc~lenzie, Leroy Higgs, Manes, Willy and Michael Brave; numerous
nIe~cej and nephews including Kethura,Nicketa, Kenisha, Anastasia,
Dereka, Matia, Madice, Loninese, Darlene, Jetta, Pedro, Handersoil,
Denglo, Pete, Antione, Enock, Trell, Lacharn, Marcel and Fritz,
other relatives and friends including, Francis Rolle, Yvonne Nesbitt
Portia Sears, Yvonne Flowers, Arnette Neely, Lavern Johnson,
Wilfred Simeon, Ally Edgecombe, Estamae Louise, David Role,
Isacc Rolle, Louise Tucker, Henry Adderley, Alexander Mackey,
Adelaide Church Family, Pastor Irene Russell, Pastor Lewis Cash
and family and the Shiloh Temple Church family and the South
Andros Community.
Friends can pay their last respects at Gateway Memorial Funeral
Chapel on Friday from 1:00 p. m. to 6:00 p. m. and on Saturday
fr~om 10:00 a. m to 6:00 p. m. and on Sunday from 12:00 noon to
service time at the church.





THE TRIBUNE


PROFESSIONAL stylists and barbers
are invited to the 2006 Mptions Hair Show
on Monday, October 30 ait the Crystal Ball-
room in the Wyndham Nassau Resort from
9am to 2pm. /
In-depth professional p oduct knowledge
and the latest styles will be presented by
Donna Lee Minnis, Motions Technician
Bahamas, and internationally acclaimed


platform artist Johnny Gentry
"Mr Gentry has a multitude of celebrity
clientele, including Halle Berry and is one of
the industry's leading platform artists," said
Organizers in a statement.
"He trained at the Escieviera Institute in
Atlanta and completed professional cours-
es on Pivot Point technique at Arnold's
International." :


Professionals will receive informative
booklets about styling, marketing and~
Motions products.
Ron Hamel, vice president for global mar-
keting at Mptions, will make a special
appearance,
"The show promises to be a useful edu-
cational experience for the entire cosme-
.tology sector," the statement said.


Stylists to make the cut at hair show CliEWis''fl


SANPIN Motors Limilk ,
the Nissan distributor an
dealer in the Bahamas,
organised a spectacular e ent
this wleek to mark the lau ch
of its newest Nissan modi ~
Tiida sedan and hatchbacff :
Present at the latinch, i'
which was held in the shot
room of Sanpin Motors, e r
professionals in the, insur-
ance and banking sectors.' i
Guests were able to test d~i
ve both the hatchback and ;
sedan.
EuAfusn nd sig and enai .
neer ng, the Tiida is pro-
duced in Japan. s.:
"Tiida is a Japanese wor
which translates into Engli 1
as 'the changing tide' and !'
Nissan is committed to con.
stantichange ~. .. constant I
cleai-thinking improve- ,. i
ment:'," said Chinarae Prat ~,
Nissan's brand manger, "A
Sangin Motors we want to i
'shiff' our Bahiamian con-*
sumers expectations of wh~a
a coiihpact car really is within j
the introduction of the Tii@c ~
"The Tiida is one of the
first of the new line up of
vehiiales that are going to be '
intr ~uced to,the Bahamas
by Nissan within the next
five pears," she added.


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FNMl candidate hopeful 'won't





be censured' for demonstration




FROM page one

freedom of expression a right
that is strongly encouraged by
the FNM.
Addressing the question that 4i
Ms Farquharson's behaviour
may have damaged her i
chances to be nominated as the
candidate for Kennedy, Mr
Bannister said that he fully
expects her to play an impor- )
tant role in the party's future
whether or not she ends up
running for a seat.
"She is an very intelligent
lawyer and a good FNM," he
said,
"Sometimes in an organisa- iid nls~~sal.' i
tion like ours, which is very J
open to freedom of speech, IeaniaEwl"-,I ;Js,ts88~~
you will have persons that ..h..
express themselves in a way ;' '
that some others think is riot Yt
ideal, but notwithstanding that, ~ ~i:; I
we will move ahead' with the
selection of candidates in the ~;1 i:;F
manner we have indicated all '.:`". 1,- I
long," he said. ;
Mr Bannister said the way
in which Ms Farquharson
chose to show that she wanted
to run for the Kennedy seat C
may have not been the way he :-,
personally would have done it. :'i:';''''`:';:'":
"But I will not come out and 'hCJB94!"s'&bli'i;
tondm show thei s or ian aa peoPle." all prospective candidate. ~'look anything that is impor- sure: or condemn anyone
ticulatway tuhe k s othnat pent The party, chairman said the ..- Imost 50 pe rsons w~ith tant -to the decision-making for expressing their
tiua 'aIth in th a id fth candidates comlmillee~ com- n idb-rangin g expe~riences~ and `pr~oc~ss because they want the opinions, whether they express
ou I o ea e prised of almost 50 FNMs -' e xtlreme\ n de-ranging aIbili- best to represent our party. it publicly or not," he
PLPs when they strong armed wilb bruhsrveig tes h\aen.gigt u- "W~e are hot going to 'cen- .said.


:the da\ after the .beating
1 Thursda\ I did she carry him
back to t'he hospital that the
blood clot was found. .
According to the mother, on
the day of the beating her son
and a fr iend of his were walkc-


ing on Mal
another bo~y
bumped iiito
SHeated n
exchanged, a
ond boy wen
posedly to g


colm Lane when came back out with his hands
8boutthe same age in his pck:~et.
,him. ..~ Bef `:R~ore the SeCoindj bo\ could
words were attack him, the 15-year-old hit
Ifter which the seem. him.with a stick that he took
t into a house (sup- from his friend, then ran when
;et a weapon) and the victim began shouting for
lais "uncle"' (allegedly a porlice
officer) to come.
) "He ran through the corner :
onto South Street on top of the
hill because that's where my
usedfriends hang out to play cards.
And the other boy followed
him," the mother said -.

told her what happeiled before
he was admitted to hospital, the
boy came~ towards him with two
bottles, so he picked up two

rk ro k e said to me,'' she said
referring to her son, ''I'm not
going to lie mommy, I threw the
t- her' loans,5. and she rock first. Then hie rushed me."
h the lost of heir job The rock did not hit the boy,
School, due to the but it did hit orie of the mother's
orce- to ak ~friends.
ct for hel r worsuningl After knocking her son tolthe
unlon of her fa i~llj. Fhoor t he~ ollthe boy lost the cori'-
trol and was rolled over by the
po'jibdus\ of claim- 15-year-old.
at Ilmnrallons that "When my son got on top, he .
ntially life-altermng started to beat the other boy.
ing for a response, ~ Then," she said telling the story ..
leir mishandling of according to what She wa~s told
by several witnesses, including a
deftscibeo ed bdisabingeserve police officer, "the ubicle
leftsid of er ody snatched him up, slammed him
ing...piercing." into a car, choked him, dragged
p "like someone is hm aotacsarepuc-
slow, slow, and that 1 .'-him "bu .nlstre p i .
own and look at m i ng i."
ping...and my body About five people, including
s like fire burning. the boy'S grandmother, attemPt-
,ou and they're just ed to get the officer off her son,
:..." she said.
sk of a heart attack After returning from the
which subject her complaints unit yesterday,
train, where her son and two witness-
who has missed days es, including the reserve offi-
incapacitation is- cer, gave testimonies, she took
g; her son home to rest after he
aid to me 'Mummy, complained about a headache.
a When we got home," he
from a recent phone said, "'mommy my head is hurt-
Attorney General's ing me', and I told him to go to
ely dismissed Mrs his room to lay down. After a
It it was the FNM' little while I heard crying. So I
liengen wth he itua- went to his room and asked
vernentthatthe him, what happen?"

rMn eh 1r pidy "He wasmbale H in pain, s
Is recommended to to the hospital, and he said
wever, she cannot 'yeah'."
~"I tried to take him up out of
if government will the bed, because he cried 'mom-
ce will help me... my I can't move'. So my sister
:. I have two kids, I and I carried him out. When I
finishh school," she took him outside he screamed
Because the sun was causing his
suffering. Going to head to hurt, so we had to cov-
'ork to pay my rent, er him with a jacket," she con-


tinued.
After talking hiin back to' the= .
hospital and telling the ~officials
n hat had happened before
bringing him in, it was deter-
minled that the CAT scan need-~l`
ed to be performed.
"After the CAT scan, first
they told me' th~at he'd have to
be admitted, but when they
took a better look at the results
a doctor came' to me and said,
'Sweetie your~son is in a terrible
condition. We have to perform
San emergency opielation'."
Internal b~leeding, whiich led
to a blood clot, was the reason
sh'e was given for the surgery.
Additionally, his skull was frac-
tured "and the blood clot was so
.ii was pushing against his
During a surgery, a flap' of
bone was cut from the skull
over the spot where the clot was
located then the clot was
wa~ihed oui and the bone rooted
back in place.
After the surgery, she was
t6dl, "If you didn't come in
today, I don't know what would
have happened tomorrow.
That's how bad it was.":
SAccording to the mother.
Sthe police office who allegedly
beat her son, knows he}
family.
"He's a police officer,k he
should known better than any-
ofe ~that violence isn't the
anilw er."
'"If he felt that my son was in
the wrong, he should have ta~k
eni him to the station affd
pressed charges don't takek
matters into your, own hand.
That is not right."
His surgery was juccessful
and he is currently re'olerung in
the Eye Ward of the Prince~ss
Margairet Hospital because no
beds were available in the Male
Ward.
.After doctors reported that
her~ son's surgery was a success,
she said, "thank God, tharik
God."
The Tribune did not attempt
to contact police officials on
Thursday because the informa-l
rioencame iho m nute Pr~e
bune was able t akt rs
Liaison Walter Evans yester
day.
He said: "The police are
aware of the incident involving
an off duty police officer. The
matter is currently under thor-
ough police investigation and
upon completion of the findings
will be disclosed."


:banks are nowr c treting t4 grant
has been fulrth~r threatrenel wit
withinn another got er nmernt s
amount of leajve jlhe has beecn f:
i: She blame-s go\ enme~nt ni-gle
medical condinon ancd the dlimln

She- clims the\ deemed her the
ing damages duiing ther jltaute
tretmentnin bi keei-Fng he~r wanI
a) nd b I seu-ing to admll to th
t' he matte~lr o~r show\ c~ompasslon
\'isibl\ em~otio-nal. the mother
episodes which affect the entire i
aj :jalmost like a shockifig burn
She says her heart speeds ul
running you...then it goes slow, ~
pain just sticks. And I can sit d~
arms and watch my nerves jum
would be like you put fire...it'l
Like wheir sonieone's jooking y
turning and turning and ttrirng
Doctors say she could be at ri
as a by-product: of the episodes
heart to abnormal amounts of s
Her nitie-year-old daughter v
at school due to her mother's
deeply troubled by her suffering
"Last weekend she cried and s
I need you, you can't die."'
SFurther exasperation resulted f
call to a member of staff at the 1
Office who reportedly brusqu
Glinton-Knowles, claiming tha
not the PLP, who should be dea
tion since it was under that go
prolm Intal a oe si

latest visit to the doctor, she wa
visit the regional hospital. Ho
afford it.
"I'm making an appeal to see
help me, if national insurance
anybody...I am too young to die
need to at least see the little one
said-
"All I am doing right now is
work is suffering, Int I have to w
to pay for my -kid~.


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documents were




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you please fax it to me?,"
Mrs Colebtook then;
faxed him a letter, dated
September 11, written by
Immigration Director Ver-
non Burrows informing Ms
Smith that her application
for permanent residence
had been approved "with-
out the right to work." His
letter was addressed to Ms
Tracy Ferguson of Callen-
ders. Callenders say the
first anyone at the firm
saw the letter was on Sep-
tember 21 when it was
faxed to their office.
Last night, The Tribune
was in possession of a copy
of the cheque signed by
Callenders date-stamped
September 22 by the
Immigration Department.
The original conveyance
for the purchase of Hori-
zons, former home of
hotelier Ronald H Kelly
was dated August 9 this '
year.
Mr Thompson said he
received a memo from
Callenders advising him
that Ms Smith (Ms Mar-
shall) was not required to
sign it because the proper-
ty did not have any .
restricted covenants.
"As you are undoubted-
ly aware, once a con-
veyance is signed an affi-
davit of witness to due
execution is attached,"
said the memo to Mr
Thompson from Ms Fergu-
son. .
"TIese formalities are
followed by stamping and
recording plus the added
step of registration if the
purchaser is a foreign ~pur-
chaser' as would have
occurred in this case.
"In order for a deed to
take effect, it must be
signed, sealed and deliv-
ered. The deed in favour


"The deed was never
delivered because its deliv-

dute codtoun: aely,
the execution of a mort-
gage by Ms Mlarshall in
favour of Mr Thompson.
The document was
.rescinded and subsequent-
ly cancelled so that dehv-
erT e meo kdd: "In all
the circumstances, Ms
Marshall ~does not have
nor ever had a valid inde-
feasible title to Horizons
free and clear of all
encumbrances."
Had the Immigration
Department made
inquiries as to proof of
ownership "which is their
practice and which -they
are bound to do" they
would have discovered
that any title of Ms Mar-
shall was sub ect to financ-

ig nehsedmay Imgation
Minister Gibson said that
the Immigration file con-
taitis a "notarised copy of
a conveyance prepared by
Callenders and Co, execut-
ed by George Clifford Cul-
mer, liquidator, and
RonaldH Kelly, transfer-
ring ownerhsip of the
property in question to
Vicky Lynn Marshall, also
known as Anna Nicole
Smith."
Mr Scott told The Tri-
bune Thursday that he
does not know how the
conveyance got in Immi-
gration's files as it was not
sent to them by the Callen-
der firm, nor did Immigra-
tion request it.
And on Friday Mr Ben
Thompsbn, owner of the
property, challenged
Immigration to show that
they have in their files a
conveyance that was prop-
erly signed, sealed and
delivered wlith all the
required stamps affixed.
Rebuffing an attack by
Independent MP Ten-
nyson W~ells in the
House of Assembly on
Callenders' handling
of the matter, the firm


said:
"As to the position
regarding conflict of inter-

dors~ ~ Kely lrthoorp
Culmer was a liquidator
involved in the transac-
tion) with the knowledge
and approval of both the
vendors and the purchaser.
It was only at the eleventh
hour that the decision was
made to put title in the
name of Ms Marshall sub-
ject to financing."


MOther claims son could have died




after bemng sent home from hospital


FROM~ page' one

bottle of` i00 mg Motrin and
se t him home," he laiesco

plained of a raging headache '


bemg -ng iured at wo


FROM page one

aid at that time.
:However, it was riot obtil 2001 tvio anda 1 Iall '
years later that the ministry responded to, and
denied, hek request, stating that in their assessinent
the accident was due to negligence on her part.
: A two-and-a-half year late letter rejecting her
claim is signed off with au lin6 saying !hjt the; deplut
mnent "regretted" the delai
However, in just.one exampleCI oft tin~ gate\ r nme n -
t's alleged mishandling of rhe Ijsue. All- Ghnton01-
Knowles said that, as far as she 19as awiare, ilo; allort
was made to interl iew\ annesses, to th accidentnt.
In desperation, she hired an attorney, who
informed her that though she ha~d a goSod case':
for seeking damages, the time limit on the statute of .
Limitations had expired while she had awaited tie
ministry's response
Meanwhile, some hope came in the form of advice
from doctors, who informed her that the severely
debilitating pain resulting from her condition, known
as Chronic Region Pain Syndrome (CRPS), could
very likely be abated by a one-time medical treat
ment known as a "spinal cord stimulator".
This treatment, recommended by a number of
doctors the mother has seen, would allow her to
control the intense pain she suffers on neair Jils l
basis, and avoid her having to fork out hundlreds of
dollars at a time for injections which provide only
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they know better but they
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trying to form a league with


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in the country."
The SPBL is expected to
provide athletes with a:
monthly stipend.~
During a press conference
held some two weeks ago, it
was announced that the
chairman of the league would
be Ricardo Smith.
Smith was ousted as presil
dent of the New Providence
Basketball Association
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sinnce then he has held the
president seat in the NeH
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Wilson said: "The persons~
involved are aware of the'
rules and regulations that:
govern basketball in thil
country. If I didn't make itl
clear the first time I said it,
no league can operate or
fuddcion in the Bahamas
withohst being sanctioned by
the Bahamas Basketball Fed-
eration, but we will see what
happens.
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things over with them, wiork`
things out, make sure that it
is in the best interest of b~as-
ketball in the country and to
ensure that it is in the whole
mandate of the BBF. If we
sit down and discuss it and
determine that all these~
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with the BBF to present their
ideas so we can all try and a
foirm a league.
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T`rom for getting sanctioning
for this league. This thing habi
so much ramification, t-here
are so many thihgs that cadj
fall out of t is'that there are

the equation before a final
decision can be made on it.'
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two leagates can rtin at thd
same' time. The Newv Provi-
dence Basket'ball Association
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league or inot. What I say is


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league, they haven't came to
us and asked for sanctionmng.
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MNARK KNOWLES and ien"
nis doubles partner Daniel
Nestor are in~the'safe',despite
their early elimination from the
17th annual ATP Masters
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Knowles and Nestor, the
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Masters Series Title, were
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team, siblings Ris'ke andY Bob
Bryan. 7-5 and 6-.4. .
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tournaments has helped them .
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race comes to an end.
With only two weeks and two
spots remaining in the doubles
. :field for the Tennis Masters
SICup, Knowles and Nestor are .
: -sitting comfortably in the fourth
spot with a total of .730 points.
The duo has a win-loss record of
6-5.
Leading the race hunt are the
Bryans with I,160, 154 points
ahead of their closest rivals
Jonas Bjorkman and Max
M irnyi.. I
The top eight teams in the :
wrorldt qualify for the eight-team
Sound robin event, which is set
for Shanghai, China, November
-13th.
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:pots in the doubles race are
1 onathain Erlich and partner
Andy Ram; Makinisz Frysten-
bheh dae inte sigl d vion
is also up in the air with only
Stwo persons qualifying so far.
World leader Roger Federer
has expanded his lead in the
ATP singles race with his recent
win, show leading with 1,374
points. Followihg Federer is
Rafael Nadal with 825 points.


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SA'TUR DAY,
OCTOBER 28

ARIES Mar 2L1/Apr 20
If you find yourself fighting or strug-
gling with your partner, you may:
want to swallow your pride and give
in. You could lose more if you win:
this battle of wills.
TAURUS -1 Apr 21/May 21
This week ~you'll find it difficult to


bucks and love every minute of it.
GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
It's time to slow down, Gemini.
This week, focus on those things
thiit others don't otoee see. Catch up~
home body~ for a change.
CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
You'II save the day when you catch
a big misrlake before it has the poten-~
lial [ to be devastating. Your thor-
oughness is noticed and rewarded by
higher-ups: Good job.
L;EO Jul 23/Aug 23
Change is a big aspect of the week,
Leo,. Expect things to be a littld
topsy-turvy, especially when you
weL~re lookmng for stability. Go, with
the (191-, Ih any will calm down.I
VIRGO Aug 24/Sept ZZ
You will gain something you don't
think you are entitled to this week.
Don't think about giving it back. It
may be a reward for something yott
have done in the past.
LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Flattery will take you a long way for
the next several days, ibra. Hard
,work will take you further, however,
you will find it quite easy to impress
employers and other important people.
SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
You are a much more easy-going per-

days. Don't be laid back at work,
however attention is needed.
SAGYITARIU S -Nov 23/Dec 21
Partnership matters of all sorts will
go much ~more smoothly over the.
next few days. That's good news
for you 'and everyone involved.
You've learned to relax on issues.
CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
You have to come to grips with the
fact that you can't always be No. 1,
Capricom. You must be ready to com-
promise ityou want things to getdone.
Work closely with others on Monday.
AQUARIUS Jan 2l1/Feb 18
It is very important to avoid stressful
situations this week, Aquarius. You
are bound to explode and those
around you will inevitably pay the
pnice. Keep your cool.
PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
Creativity is in your stars this week,
Pisces. Raise your sights and show
others just what you can accomplish.
Remember: quality, not quantity.


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to Poles die horrbly frbeing 5 Insanitary womant (5) 1
derogaldry (5) 6 Try to get at, and lead astray (7)
11 Infoin everyone by lette(5) 1 Makes coloutful changes (4)
~12 18 setin enclosures (5) 8 Take back what one said falsely in
13 .srinte ssn, a nst eass nnum ela ace? to
from abroad (7) 12- One man's way of working In crime
15 .Bitof lean time fra s ocia


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22 Ariopening possibly in he 18 Wat a bell ($)
European secto (4) 18 Wintry, at present, In the outskirts
24 Hany Erifiekl's money? (3) of Surrey (5) 3
25 Garment for the hard worker? (7 19 Some farce to act In possibly as an
26 Any change that'soutof he way is extremist (7)
unpleasant (5) 21 Break out to get dad a meal (5)
227 Ofte question of ablity,say no 22 Area where the standard la initially
28 ri n arla d bysome 23 S ae ent cncerning money (6)
29 Fsh lying oilthebed? (7 25 The novel thirty-nine? (5)
3o A nomarnker, Is....evertueess 28 Lauda, back from Bikkl? (4)
high (5) 28 What Noahsaidwhen he heard
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29, Gall 32, Pipe 33, Merge 34, Tahiti 3S, Need-less 36, Gent-le
DOWN: 1. Blast 2, C-rook 3, lat 4, Gtual 5, aIl 6, Goes unp 9, Nelson 11, La-X
12, Paenl 13, Rat-aM 15, Gas 1008, 18, E~cit 20, Lodge 21, Bg 22, WE-d.
23, Be-have 25, Alg 2), O-pin*E 30, Arie 31, ILast 32, Pict 33, Mad~e



ACROSS: 4, Humble 7. Repriev 8, Remote 10, Slope 13, Bone 14, Tune 15, Lend
16, Ale 17, Slil 19, Espy 21, Sepulat 23, Lees 24, Sore 20, Lak 27, Seep 29'
Even 32, falid 38, 8ta4 $4,kw DM 3t Underage 38, Cloth0
DOWN: 1, Crust 2, Aptn 3, Wis 4, Hron 5, Mire 8, idey 8, Endear 11, Lug 12,
Paste 13. Bemused is, Lp 18, Ape is, Laso 20, 8teel 21, Sex 22, Lop 23,
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took what he most likely thought was
a sacrifice against the threat that East
might make a vulnerable game.
Weinstein was correct in his assess-
ment, as three notrump could nost be
defeated as the cards lay.
Against four spades, West started
with the ace of hearts and~ shifted to a
club, but he was fighting a losing
battle. East took the ace and contain~
ued with a club, ruffed in dummay.
Le\ in then led a spade to the Icing,
cashed the king of hearts and the dia'
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.tract was made for a score of 590.
At the other table, where Michael
Rosenberg aiid Zia Mahmood were
East-West for the U.S., the bidding
went as follows:
West North East South
Pass Pass 1 1+
3 4 Pass ; 4~j Pass
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Zia's three-spade bid was a
"splinter" intended stisoi club sup-
port and shortness in spades, but :
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and a~ heart to finish down one, but
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frontation, and went on from there to .
win the title.
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Robert Levin were North-South for
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legend Jan Timman. Play
continues until Saturday and
spectators are welcome, with free
entry and running comment ary.
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Kf8 fails to 3 Rh8+ while if Kg8 3 Rg3 (simplest) wins
thequeen.
Mensa quiz: 95. A back circle is worth 12, a grey
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