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Bahamas LNG project

10 be abandoned after

a gaS Spill in China
e 5 By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
A 100-TON gas spill at a liquefied natural gas plant in China this
week has renewed calls by environmentalist for the government to
abandon the proposed project in the Bahamas.
The spill, which occurred in a north-eastern.Chinese city on
rosday au ed h wac 6 oof fa uorks and t vdoinp una
near the facility.
While news reports note that industrial accidents are common in
China, due to generally lax government regulations aird a reputed
lack of adherence to safety procedures, Ms Sam Duncombe, pres-
ident of environmental organisation reEarth, said the track record
of disregard for the environment in the Bahamas proved LNG in
this country would result in similar dangers to the environment and
the people.
"These incidences continue to show that LNG has the potential
to leak, to disperse into an ignitable cloud, and I think that it's some-
thing that our government really needs to take seriously said
Ms Duncombe. '
The Bahamas does not have the expertise or regulations to han-
dle the implementation of such a potentially hazardous facility, she
said
Meanwhile, the government has stated that it is in the process of
1 1 lat for the lant drafted
ha Srue a otrhe er niste in charge of the project, Dr Marcus
Bethel, told the press that this was the only thing currently holding
up government's final approval of the proposal. He has stated
previously that they will be "of the highest order" benchmarked
against other countries with regasification plants.
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Volume: 103 No.17


A By KRYSTEL ROLLE
INAGUAisreportedlypoised
to stage an island-wide riot ifjus-
tice is not served in the case of
the civilian savagely attacked and
beaten by a group of Defence
Force officers.
A .senior police officer.who
believes the marines involved
should face criminal charges for
their actions, warned that
Inaguans are waiting to see how
the intestigationiturnoutbefor
they take any action,
If they don't get satisfaction,
he said, the 1984 riot that broke
out in Mathew Town after a
policeman gun-butted an elderly
man woilld be a "joke" compared
to what would happen.
During that earlier incident
the Inagua police stalon .0-
burned down by angry residents,
Central Detective Unit officers
may also file charges against the
alleged victimof the beating, 27.
year-old Morton Salt worker
Dexter Wilson, the officer added
He alleged that Mr Wilson was
attacked twice by members of the


force -- the first time by one male
officer who d...ITu.v. u...m.n-
versation tl.. u.ton .- blin-,
with a female au.. I, Ihe n again
after.he left the club by a group of
.officers.
The first incident occurred
afterMr Wilson assisted a female
. defbuce force officer in getting a
drink from the bar in Supers
liightclub irr Mathew Town. The
.male officer, whe reporldli did
hot want a civilian chatting with
an officer, approached Mr Will-
son, words acre cichanged, then
the officer allegedly punchal All
Wilson in his eye.
A fight ensued and then was
broken up by persons in the club,
the officer said.
"Thinking that the incident was
finished w ith, the guy (Dexter)
let lhe club and \\as on his way
horne U. he n he U.coassaulted by
--e.em allseer- he said.
"He was on Kortriebt Street
heading east towards 'over the
hilP, and was by the Union Hall,
which.is east of the club, whell
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8 GAIL SAUNDERS and
her family look on at the
service for her late husband
Winston Saunders at Christ
Clau ad dl Clarke)


n os on of::
been created by the death
In onu 1 1 tjhi

coverance, or me man-
ister Perry Christie said yes,
terday at Mr Saunders
rnemorial service, held at
Christ Church Cathedral-
The prime minister
described Mr Saunders as
"one of a kind" and a man
"gone all too soon".
ePne s3e e ap e
moves us, that animates us,
and that ultimately defines
us as a unique cultural enti-
ty among the peoples of the
world. And he did so with a
passion, dedication and tal-
ent that established him
firmly as the pre-entinent
fi ure in Bahamian cultural
development in te post
Independence era, Mr
Christie said.
Enlarging upon the foun-
dational.work of cultural
pioneers like Meta Davis
Cumberbatch and Clement
Bethel, Mr Christie said that
Mr Saunders was destined
to lead the way for decades
in giving cultural expression
.
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8 By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE police investigation
into allegations of corruption
among certam individuals in
the Ministry of Housing is
"progressing well", according
to senior police officers. .
Superintendent Keith Bell,
officer in charge of the inves-
tigation, and deputy commit.
s imv t ead
on yeRoll d h
191r e sal e was aware
that the two investigating offi-
cers, Detective Sergeant Har-
ris Cash and Mr Bell, are now
in possession of the contact
details of a number of con-
tractors and are in the process
of interviewing these people.
On Thursday, November 16,
Mr Bell and Mr Cash visited
The Tribune's offices to
request information from the
paper, and asked that any con-
tractors withinformationthat
may aid thq investigation come
forward.
Mr Bell can be contacted at
302-8158, and Mr Cash at 302-
8073.
The Tribane's investigation
into allegations of corruption

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Port Authority

case: stay of

proceedings
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IS Ordered
5 By NATARIO
McKENZIE
A JUDGE has ordered a stay
of proceedings in the Grand
Bahama Port Authority case to
enable all parties in the dispute
to engage in negotiations, The
Tribune has learned.
all etioer te rFTB hpa
appeared before Senior Justice
Anita Allen.
Fred Smith, one of the attor-
neys representing plaintiffs in
the case, said he could not com-
ment on the matter but did fur-
nish a copy of the order which
stated: "All proceedings in this
action, except so far as may be
necessary to give effect to the
terms of this Order, shall and
are hereby stayed until the 7th
day of February, to enable the
parties to engage ma process
of negotiation and or media-
tion."
Justice Allen's order also
stated that the order of Justice
n eateddNo mb
Jeanne Thompson dated
November 26, 2006, and filed
on November 27, be continued
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Ingrahant
S IRS the

records of
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5 By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
HUBERT Ingraham deliv-
ered a datilning critique of the
records of PLP ministers last
night at a FNM mass rally in
Freeport, claiming that they
have "promised much, but deliv-
h nisme m tume
attorney general, the minister
of works and utilities, the min-
ister of labour and immigration,
and minister of financial services
and investments, Vincent Peet -
Ingraham blasted the govern
ment.
"Take the attorney general,''
he said. "She clearly does not
understand her role in our par-
liamentary democracy."
According to Mr Ingraham,
Mrs Allyson Maynard-Gibson
"does not know how to bolster
the.institutions of law and
order," and is looking after her
own interests, which include
"plotting to lead the opposition
tr the PLP's defeat at the
"She thinks she hits a safe seat
but I gat news for her there
are no more safe PLP seats in
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the day before each parade.
All tickets not collected by
this deadline will be placed
back into inventory.
Credit cards will only be
charged if your selection is
available. You will be noti-
fied by telephone and/or
email to confirm your reser-
vation,
If your seat selection is
not available, the-nearest pos-
sible match will be reserved.
You will be notified by tele-
phone and/or email to con-
firm your new selection
before your credit card is
billed.
Reserved tickets can be col-
lected at the office of Cyber
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leader sentenced

to 17 years in
emb6ZZiement CRSC
H SAN JUAN,
Puerto Rico
THE former chief of the
labor union of Puerto
Rico's aqueduct and sew-
er authority was sen-
tenced to 17 years in
prison in a multimillion-
dollar fraud and money
laundering case, accord-
ing to Associated Press.
U.S. District Court
Judge Jose Fuste sen-
tenced Hector Rene
Lugo, the ex-president of
the Independent Authen-
tic Union, and seven
members of his executive
committee on Wednesday
of embezzling US$15.2
million from the union's
medical plan.
The 65-year-old union
leader will have to pay
US$2 million in restitu-
tion to the syndicate's
health plan and a fine of
US$20,000, according to
the judgment. Rerie's
prison sentence of 17
years was the most severe
punishment handed down.
Rene denied that he
ever funneled embezzled
union funds into several
bank accounts. "I never
took a cent from the
workers," he told Fuste.
The 2005 arrests of the
union officials followed a
yearlong investigation by
the Internal Revenue Ser-
vice and the FBI into sus-
pected fraud. They came
two weeks after Lugo and
his executive committee
were re-elected to lead
the utility's union, which
represents 4,000 employ-
ees of the aqueduct and
sewer authority.


Man missing


Since Thursday

W By DENISE
MAYCOCK
Tribune
Freeport *
Reporter
FREEPORT -
Grand Bahania
Police are seeking a
the public's assis-
tance in locating a
19-year-old male
F
resident of
Freeport who has
been missing since
Thursday.
According to
press liaison officer
Inspector Loretta
Mackey, Phillip
Carrington Gaitor
Jr was last seen at 5 PHILLIP Carrington Gaitor
his home on Hilo
Lane, Freeport, on December 7.
. He is of dark brown complexion with brown eyes and
black braided hair.He is about five feet, seven inches tall, and
weighs about 150 pounds, she said.
Gaitor was last seen driving a white Cifero car, licence
plate number 20245.
He was wearing a tan shorts, brown tennis shoes, a White
Ringer brand name t-shirt with gold sleeves and a "show off"
insignia on it.
Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of
person is asked to contact the police in Grand Bahama at
350-3106/7,.352-9774/5, or 911.




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THE TRIBUNE


PAGE 2, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2006


THE Junkanoo Corpora-
tion New Providence has
awarded the contract for the
printing of junkanoo tickets
to Cyber Technology Inter-
"I on.c will print the
tickets for the upcoming Kei-
th Glinton Esso Junior
's:.:zeet:.weda
"Churchill" Rolle Boxing Day
Parade Tuesday December
26, and the Spurgeon Smith
New Year's Day Monday Jan-
nary 1, 2007.
Mr Phil Curry, president of
Cyber Technology,-released
information concerning ticket
purchases, reservation of tick-
ets and ticket locations at a
press conference at the
Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce yesterday.
According to Mr Curry:
Junior Junkanoo tickets
will go on sale Tuesday,
December 12 at 10am and
Boxing Day and New Years
Day parade tickets will go on
sale Friday, December 15 at
10am.
Ticket outlets will be at
the box office at Galleria Cin-
emas (both the Marathon
Mall and JFK Drive) and at
Festival Place on Prince
George Wharf.
*Ticket outlet operating
hours are:
Galleria Cinemas appn
to 9pm seven days a week;
Festival Place -10 am to 6pm
Monday to Saturday
All ticket outlets will be
opened at the same time -
10am-onthefirst three days
of sale
On the day of each
parade, all Galleria ticket out-
lets will close at 5pm and the
Festival Place location will
remain open until 11pm for


the senior parades and
7.30pm for the ]Junior
Junkanoo parade.
*Cyber Technology has
partnered with Junkanoobeat
Media, which operates the
popular entertainment and
cultural website
Junkanoobeat.com. The site
has been featuring Junkanoo
groups for around six years
Tickets can be reserved
from anywhere in the world
by going online to
awiv.junkanoobeat.com/junk
anootickers
Patrons can reserve tick-
ets using their credit cards for
all parades
Tickets are non-refund-
able and rion-transferable. All
ticketsalet are final. The sys-


tem will.only allow one seat
per one person. There will be
no duplication of seats.
Patrons will be allowed to
select the area, section, and
the seat location on the
bleachers (high, middle or
low). The system ivill auto-
matically generate seat num-
bers. The name of the parade,
date time, venue, seating
assignment will be printed
boldly on the front of the ticky
ets.
Reserved Tickets can be
delivered anywhere in New
Providence for a charge of $5
per delivery between the
hours of 10am and 7.30pm
Monday to Suturday
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5 BY NATARIO McKENZIE
CONVICTED murderer Forrester Bowe, whose appeal to
the Privy Council led to a landmark ruling on the death
penalty in the Bahamas, was resentenced yesterday to life in
prison.
The ruling was handed down by Senior Justice Anita
Allen, who sentenced Bowe to death eight years ago.
Bowe was originally sentenced on February 25, 1998. At
that time, the death penalty was mandatory for those convict-
ed of the offence of murder.
A jury had found that Bowe was guilty of the shooting
death of Deon Patrick Roache, 20, at an apartment complex
in Freeport on October 23, 1992.
Bowe was 18 at the time the offence was committed.
On March 8, 2006, the mandatory death penalty in the
Bahamas was abolished by the Privy Council which ruled
that it is unconstitutional and that the appropriate sentence
should be at the discretion of the trial judge.
The ruling came as a result of the appeals by Forrester
Bowe and Trono Davis. Davis was convicted of the murder of
Jerrad Ferguson in December 1999.
Justice Allen yesterday said that she took into account
Bowe's age at the time of the offence, his character "up to a
point" as well as what a probation officer had said about his
prognosis.of rehabilitation before making her decision.
The prosecution said they had not been seeking the death
penalty for Bowe as this would have amounted to cruel and
inhutilane treatment in light of the fact that he had been.con-
victed and sentenced well over five years ago.
Justice Allen told Bowe thfit she nas imposmg the sentence
of imprisonment for the rest of his "natural life" which is
the meaning of a life sentence in the Bahamas, unlike some
Other jurisdictions.
Also unlike other jurisdictions, there are no varying
degrees of murder, only murder with intent.
Justice Allen noted that the sentence would replace the
death sentence that he received 11 years ago and take effect
from that date.
Bowe stood tall as the sentence was read.
After the judge finished speaking, Bowe took the caportu-
nity to raise the issue of hick of proper ventilation in his cell.
This issue had been raised before Justice Jon Isaacs several
weeks ago.
Justice Isaacs had ordered that the door which Bowe
claimed had been placed over the bars of his cell preventing
proper ventilation be removed.
Director of Public Prosecutions Bernard Turner said that
reports from the prison indicated that the judge's orders had
been adhered to. However he added that there should be a
determination of whether this was so.
Bowe's attorney Gina Morley also raised the issue that
Bowe is of the.Rastafarian faith. She said that she wanted to
make an application to the court to the effect that his hair
not be cut.
Justice Allen asked the attorney to submit both applica-
tions and supporting affidavits.





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THE TRIBUNE


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PRIME Minister Roo-
sevelt Skerrit will travel to
Havana this weekend
where Cuban doctors will
remove a metal pin from
his right leg, the Caribbean
island's premier said
Thursday, according to
-Associated Press.
.Skerrit said be will
dical bt
receive me treatib
in the communist-run
natiotr to remove a foot-
long metal pin that was
placed in his leg after a
1991 car accident.
"For the last couple of
years my right leghas been
giving me.trouble and I
have been advisedby doc-
tors in Dominica and Cuba
to have the pin removed,
Skerrit said during a press
conference.
When asked why he opt-
ed to have the operation in
Cuba instead of Dominica,
Skerrit quipped that recov_
ery in his native country
would be complicated by
the "tens of thousands of
visitors Iviould have every
day."
Cuba has become a des-
tination for other
Caribbeanpoliticalleaders
seeking medical treatment.
Haitian President Rene
Prevalmade a surprise trip
to Cuba on Wednesda to
undergo medical tests for a
)-r prostate condition.
Prevail's office said the
leader left for "health rea-
sons" related to the
prostate surgery he under-
went in Cuba earlier this



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Puerto Rico
A PUERTO RICAN

i'vi'E'."O
car alongside a road for
nearly 24 hours pleaded
guilty on Thursday to
ceomdpi gdtm s iated
Press.
Eddie Rolon Cruz was
sentenced to 29 years
and six months in prison
by Superior Court Judge
Carolina Felipe Rivera
for shootmg his son in
the head and chest in
August. The toddler
spent nearly two iveeks
in the hospital before he
was released to his
m ha satisfied, though
do punishment could
repair the emotional
damage this boy has suf-
fered," prosecutor Mark
Thys said.
Rolon's plea was
unexpected: The hearing
was to determine
whether or not to sup-
press a confession he
made to police.
Authorities said
Rolon told police he
shot his son because the
infant would not sit still
in the car seat and he.
doubted whether he was
the father. He later


denied harming the
child and said he had
only confessed because
he was pressured by
police.
None of the boy's rel-
atives attending the
hearing, but Thys said
they were satisfied with
the outcome of the case.
Rolon also pleaded
guilty to three counts of
weapons violations and
one for hiding evidence
- the weapon he used
to shoot the boy.


A By ALEXANDRIO
MORLEY
Tribune Staff Reporter
A NEW advocacy group has .
pledged to set up mechanisms to
investigate and record.human
rights abuses in the Bahamas.
Its members say they will work
to promote education about.and
support for the universal applica-
tion of fundamental human rights.
Yesterday, members of the
newly-formed group,, the
Bahamas Human Rights Net-
work, held a press conference in .
front of the Supreme Court on
Parliament Street to commemb-
rate International Human Rights
Day.
This day is observed by the
international community every
year on December 10. It com-
memorates the day in 1948 when
the United Nations General
Assembly adopted the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights.
Erin Greene, spokesperson for
the group, told The Tribune that
their purpose is to begin building
a culture of democracy and under-
standing of the needs of vulnera_
ble communities in Bahamian
society.
"Our legal system lays a pretty
good system for the protection of
rights, but we need the assistance
of civil society to ensure that the
judicialsystemworks properly, so
that the weakest and poorest of


the Bahamian people can have
access to justice," said Ms Greene.
Elsworth Johnson, another
spokesperson for the group, said
they chose the Supreme Court to
commemorate Human Rights
Day in an effort to affirm their
commitment to one of the most
basic fundamental human rights
of every individual in the
Bahamas the right to have his or
her concerns heard before a free,
fair and impartial judiciary.
"We plan to come here on
many different occasions and
enforce these rights, so that's why
we choose the courts today," said
Mr Johnson,
*
Society
In a statement released at the
press conference, the BHRN said
that the preservation of funda-
mental rights and freedoms are
essential to the proper functiomng
of a democratic society, and that
this can only be guaranteed by an
inderiendefit body that pledges to
promote and encourage respect
for fundamental rights and free-
doms.
The objectives of the group are
to work to promote the obser-
vance of human rights in all
respects, to promote education
regarding human rights and
responsibilities, to set up mecha-
nisms to investigate and record


abuses of human rights, to seek
means and ways to remedy abus-
es of human rights, to establish
methods of resolving human
rights disputes, and to liaise with
and support other human rights
groups in the Caribbean and
throughout the world.
The BHRN said it intends to
be an advocate for the "disen-
franchised, a support for the pow
erless, and a voice for those hav
ing no voice,"
The theme for Human Rights
Day this year is the eradication
of world poverty.
Yesterday, Ms Louise Arbour,
the United Nations High Com
missioner for Human Rights, said
that the UN wants to use this
Human Rights Day to "reaffirm
that freedom from want is a right,
not merely a matter of compas-
sion, and that fighting poverty is a
duty that binds those who govern
as surely as their obligation to
ensure that all people are able to
speak freely, choose their leaders
and worship as their conscience
guides them."
The Bahamas Human Rights
Network pledged to enforce rights
arid freedoms declared in the Uni-
versal Declaration of Human
Rights and the Constitution of the
Bahamas.
The group said its headquar-
ters willbe at the New Providence
Community Centre on Blake
Road.


MFORMER? FNM minister Zhivargo L~aing and


Miller about making the issue
a political one.
"I know this is election time,
but he has to have some
decency with dealing ivith the
public," he said.
Mr Laing also contested Mr
Miller'slassertion in the House
of Assembly that he called the
National Health Insurance
(NHI) an income tax.
"I never did any such thing .
. and he can't prove that I
ever .said or wrote any such
thing," Mr Laing said,
The former minister said
that he would never label the
NHI plan an income tax, stat-
ing that Mr Miller must have
confused him for the leader
of the Bahamas Democratic
Movement Cassius Stuart,
who made such a claim on the
radio show Issues of the Day.
"That very morning, Jeff
(host Jeff Lloyd) did ask Cas-
sius that. And Cassius said it
was a tax.
"I would never have said
such a thing because from my
own point of view I know bet-
ter," Mr Laing said.


W By PAUL G
.TURNGUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
MINISTER of Agriculture
and Marine Resources Leslie'
Miller is misrepresenting the
truth about fuel taxes, former
FNM minister Zhivargo Laing
said yesterday.
Mr Laing hall responsibility
for fuel and other matters dur-
inig the FNM administration
from 1992 to 2002. He denied
giving Shell (now FOCOL),
Esso and Texaco a 35 cent
increase per gallon during his
tenure, as Mr Miller has
claimed.
"I dare him to prove it.
"And I dare him to also
confirm that the increases that
have been given by the PLP
actually account .for as much
as 50-plus per cent of what the
public now pays m the way of
gas taxes. And that is a fact
over the many years," he
said.
Mr Laing, who has recently
returned to the forefront in
the political arena, warned Mr


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my wife during 10 days hospitalization period while on the Female
Surgical Ward of Princess Margaret Hospital.
On October 19,.2006 my wife, who is also a senior citizen, under-
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medication regimen. The aftermath of the surgery left my wife
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medication, meals and hygienic care. All of \vhich were grossly
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2006 she was discharged with significant weight loss, out-of-control
blood pressure and sugar glucose level, only to be readmitted by
ambulance hours later, whey she collapsed. Her re-admittance to
the Female Surgical Ward seemed to have angered the nursing staff
abd their assistance and care seemed to have been further with-
drawn, which restilted in her developing severe bed sores which
went untreated up to the time of her final discharge on October 28,
2006. This condition did not exist during her initial hospitalization,
and must now be treated at the expense of two pensioners.
It is evident that a senior citizen, who is limited in her ability, can
be neglected to the point of abuse in the public health care system,
as was the case during my wife's hospitalization. I therefore call
upon the Minister of Health and the relevant authorities to look into
this matter regarding the health care.
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only possible to establish this
because of the registration of the
race of all the parties concerned.
The application failed.
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Eving during the same period and
bthe only w oge c differ tiate
their race. You would be.amazed
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An unscr ulous foreign per-
sonbwhose last name happened
toah e venubcommon thncat e
or Bmbaasmsian ena cla n
ing Bahamian ancestry. On care-
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civil servants of al the birth and
death certificates produced along
with the application, it was uncov-
ered that the applicant was not
related in any way to the persons
whom he was claiming as his
Bahamian antecedents, as he was
not of the same race as his alleged
forebears. The application was
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When I was a young clerk just
starting out two decades ago, I
met a Caucasian American gen-
tleman who had come to The
Bahamas to trace his genealogy. I
was young, green and naive and
had no idea of the man's mal-
intentions. However the blue-
. eyed, ntdhsu equently isem
prove that his grandmother, who
was a conkyjoe Bahamian, was
not pure white and therefore he
ul4ajtllbee% F odeddedhi e
million dollar contract in the
United States because he was
wehr ha uet w t bra
ity companies. He therefore des-
perately needed his grandmoth-
er's birth certificate which would
indicate her racial extraction.
Well, needless to say the white
man was successful m his court
action, but only after producing,
his Grammy's ongmal birth cer
tificate showing her race as "M ,
meaning Mixed. I always felt that
if it had not been for economic
gain, this selfish and greedy con-
tractor would never have men-
tioned this point.


EDITOR, The Tribune.
LAST year I submitted a letter
to this daily complaining that the
births and deaths records of the
Bahamas were being comput-
erised, but that the race of the
person was being deleted, or
omitted, because no provision
had been made in the computer
In my original letter I cited
three examples to emphasis the
importance of retalmng the race
IBn he re nis of h8e Baanhan s
the race of each child born, or
person dying in the Bahamas was
-:'td ehth rM o ou Eur
Mixed and A for African or
Black
I am pleased to report that the
computer has been re-pro-
grammed to reflect the race of
persons for the said period of our
history.
The purpose of this letter is
twofold:~
1) To thank the authorities for
seeing the wisdomin computer-
ising the births and deaths of the
Bahamas accurately by including
race, and
2) To suggest that a footnote or
Abbreviation be made at the bot-
tom or on the reverse of the cer-
tificates to define the letters E,
IVTand A.
At the moment there is nothing
on the certificates being issued
by the Registrar General's Office
to explain the significance or
meaning of the letters E, M and
A.
Without clearly defining the
aforesaid letters, we are opening
up ourselves for the liberals and
mal-intentioned among us to
argue and misinterpret A as
Anglo; Any Race or Anonymous
Race; M to mean Mongoloid or
Monkey Race and E for Eastern
or Every Race. Now that may
soutd far-fetched and to some
even ridiculous, but when you
have seen and heard all that I
have, anything is possible.
For the benefit of readers who
may have missed the three salicitt
examples I gave m my 14itial let-
ter, I shall repeat them hereun-
de@nee in a quieting petition,
application was being made for a
certificate of title to a large tract
of land on one of the Family
Islands. The petitioner was a
Johnson and he was alleging in
his abstract to be the owner
through inheritance of some 2000
acres of land. It was ultimately
discovered through birth and
death records and meticulous
research that the original John-
son owner was a white or Euro-
pean Bahamian and the petition-
er was an Afro-Bahamian and
that there was no consanguinity
between them. Naturally it was


:::


IT WAS DEFTLY and diplomatically
done, but the message was unmistakable.
On Wednesday, James Baker, Lee Hamil-
ton and the Iraq Study Group essentially
declared George W. Bush's foreign pohcy
bankrupt.
In effect, the 10-member commission led by
the former secretary of state laid down a set
of bipartisan benchmarks for judging the
Bush administration itself.
Although the group lent its prestige to giv-
ing the president a year or so to try to stabi-
lize Iraq, they made it crystal clear he needs
to reverse his (anti-)diplomatic approach.
. White House Press Secretary Tony Snow
later maintained that the study group's con-
clusions and recommendations weren't a
rebuke to the administration. .
Actually, they really can't be read as any-
thing but. And that's why the report, in con-
junction with the imminent Democratic take-
over of Congress, has the potential to change
things.in a big way. The report puts forward
what could well become a consensus political
time frame for the withdrawal of most US
combat troops from Iraq, saying that could
(read: should) happen by the first quarter of
2008.
To lay claim to the brief bipartisan breath-
ing space the commission's recommendations
could secure for him, the president must do a
dramatic about-face..
The group as much as said the notion of a
flourishing democracy in Iraq has become a
pipe dream. It told, an administration
informed by the peo-con notion that it can
remake the world according to its will and
idea that it must now accept the realities of
the Middle East, not just by engaghig with
Syria and Iran, but by seeking their inclu-
.in an mtertliational up orbgrouspt for
ing the peace process betiveen Israel and the
Palestinians to address broader regional con-
cerns.
President Bush may try to ignore those
recommendations, of course.
But if he does, the report should embolden
congressional Democrats, who note, rightly,
that much of their thinking is mirrored in
the study group's conclusions.
Here's what Harry Reid, the incoming Seit-
ate majority leader, and Senator Richard
Durbin, his number two, wrote: in a memo
to the study ggoup in Augitst: "We think it is
time to transition (be US mission to one of
counter-terronsm, training, logistics and force
protection. We also believe that a phased


redeployment of US forces should begin
before the end of the year. This redeploy-
- ment is critical to ensuring that Iraqis begin to
take the lead for the secunty of their nation."
They also recommended a regional diplo-
matic imtiative and a revitahzed economic
reconstruction effort in Traq. The endorse-
ment of that basic approach by the panel of
Washington wise folk should give Democ-
rats bipartisan leverage to demand a change
in admimstration pohcy.
How will Congress react if Bush merely
pays lip service to the study group on its
major recommendations? I asked that of Sen-
ator Joseph Biden, incoming chairman of the
Senate Foretgn Relations Committee, dur-
ing his Wednesday conference call with
reporters-
Biden said the response could range any-
where from rejecting the administration's
legislative requests "to trying to get a reso-
lution ... to jointly condemn the president or
criticism the president's failure to move."
The Delaware Democrat didn't believe
that would be necessary, however, because of
the pressure the president will feel from his
own party-
"I don't think that a majority of the Repub-
licans are going to allow him to ignore this
report," he said. With 21 Republican Senate
seats up in 2008, "I am absolutely convinced
that they are not going to sit by and not let
their displeasure be known" if the president
won't change his approach.
The administration has a bigger problem
than changing domestic political realities,
however. It doesn't have a strategy for suc-
cess in Iraq and it's far from clear that
the commission's notion of a stronger, more
capable central government and better-
trame raqid b s ued in "The
End of Iraq" (and on this page), you can't
build an effective national military force if the
various components are ma civil war with
each other.
Biden and Galbraith both favour facilitat-
ing what is already starting to take place in
Iraq: the division of the country into separate,
largely autonomous regions for the Shi'ites,
the Sungi Arabs, and the Kurds.s
Earlynext year, Biden plans, to use the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee to
explore that option. With Iraq spiraling out of
control, that could turn out to be the least
bad of a series of unpalatable choices.
(This article was written by Scot Lehigh
of the Boston Globe c. 2006).


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I sim extremely vex at these stupid people who are always driving
around with their bright lights on, trying to blind me. I almost get
in one accident the other night trying to get home. Driving instruc-
tors need to start taking their students out after dark so that they
can be taught what to do and not to do at night, because obvious-
ly the problem is one of ignorance. If a street is fully lighted there
is no need for bright lights. I am sick to death of these drivers. If
they keep this up I will soon have to start wearing shades at night.
S Rolle-Cooper

I vex because Batelco's Internet system keeps going down. I
can barely stay online for five minutes before I lose my Internet con-
nection. Now, I have Vonage and since Batelco came out with da
Vibe my Internet keeps going in and out. I don't mean to be super-
stitious but I really>think that this is a form of sabotage. Because
when I ask other people (without Vonage) how their Internet is
functioning they never seem to have a problem. So this is either a
blatant form of sabotage or Batelco's Internet system in my area in
VERY SLACK. Either way, the system is a useless waste of time.
-Internet junkie

I vex because every time I go to the airport there is some crazy
person hanging around giving the Bahamas a bad name. Just the
other day I was there picking up my son, and this lady was rantmg
and raving like she was out of her head. Tourists and natives were
giving her wide berth because she was acting like a fool. People like
her need to off the streets and being psychologically analysed.
S Miller










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Associated Press.
The Ministry of Health
also conducted house-to-
house surveys in the
Affected neighborhoods to
$heck for any more people
with symptoms of the
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reported deaths from the
illness.
The outbreak prompted
the U.S. Centers for Dis-
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travelers to take anti-
malarial medicine if they
plan to spend the night in
the Jamaican capital. The
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THE TRIBUNE


5 By YOLANDA
DELEVEAUX
Tribune Travel Editor
TURNING over the pages
of memory, looking back into
the not too distant past,
Eleuthera once stood as a
giant among the tourism des-
tinations in the region.
While the names sound
familiar to a new generation of
Bahamians -- the Rock Sound
Club, Cotton Bay, French
Leaves, Cape Eleuthera -
these new developments are
all echoes of a past that was
once central to the definition
of Bahamian tourism.
"Beginning in the late l950s,


that's when Eleuthera was tru-
ly a five-star destination. That
was when you had the rich
and the famous, the celebri-
ties, staying at these proper-
ties. People would travel here
in droves," said Raymond
Harrison, general manager of
the Eleuthera Tourism Office.
"That was the time of what
we call generation travel,
where grandparents and par-
ents and grandkids, they used
to travel to the island together,
and as the children grew they,
would bring their children.
Those properties, including
the Potlatch Club, were pretty
upscale, everybody wore
jackets and ties during the


season."
The birth of Eleuthera's
tourism industry, which start-
ed with a boom, came with the
arrival of American industri-
alists such as Arthur Vining-
Davis, Henry J
Kaiser and Juan Tripp, own-
er of Pan American Airlines
and the initial developer of
Cotton Bay.
Mr Tripp would later sell
the development, in the 1940s,
to Mr Vining-Davis.
From the late 1950s,
through the 60s and into the
70s, the island's tourism busi-
ness flourished.
The 1980s however, the
beginning of the end, ivas
marked by the fading away of
business and the deterioration
of properties.
"It is my understanding that

=Eitk nce
ket crashed in the US (1987)
they released their interest in
the hotels here before any-
where else. And afterwards all
the hotels closed down."
WA NEW DAY
Eleuthera did not remain
dormant for long, however.
With the emergence of a new
era the birth of a new class
of wealthy black Bahamians,
an increase in international
attention and the governmen-
t's creation of investor friend-
ly policies the island is expe-
nencing a renaissance which
is opening the door for the
return of Eleuthera's glory
days.
"We know that within three
. to five years Eleuthera will
become the destination of
choice within the region
because we would have devel-
oped a five to six star product
here and the community at
large will see a different ini-
tiative being taken on the
island," Mr Harrison said.


SBy KRYSTEL ROLL


MA SPECTACULAR view of Eleuthera


WHY YOU VEX?


I vex because the gov- 7
elrnment spending all kin-
signmwhiee the nsid of
the airport looks terri- a
ble. Our airport must be
the only airport in the
world that does not have
a screen that give depar-
ture and arrival informa-
tion. Nassau is a premier he
destination,.we could at ,
least put up an information
board. Every time I go to the .
airport to pick someone up I '
have to ask the people where they
coming from. Whoever in charge of
the airport need to deal with that --because
this doesn't make sense.


As part of the process to
rebuild an industry that stood
head and shoulders above its
nearest competitors, the Min-
istry of tourism has launched
a programme to overhaul the
island's amenities and attrac-
1ions. They are also ib Ibe
process of developing a pro-
gramme that will see new
community street signs and
sq nspointingthe wa y to
attractions and popular spots
go up.
Mr Harrison told Tribune
Travel that he welcomes the
entire. Bahamas to visit
Eleurbera. the island of free-
dom, w here n all started. "
"It's very impor rant that
they come and see what is
happening in Eleuthera, South


Eleuthera and the other com-
munities see theopportum-
ties that have been presented
and that will encourage a great
entrepreneurial spirit, because
that helps to maintain the
character of the destination,"
said Thomas Sands, director
of sales for the new Cotton
Bay.
He further encouraged
those Eleutherans who are liv-
ing on other islatids, to return
and begin investing in their
home, their future and their
country.
"We want to see- Bahami-
ans move to the islands and
take Advantage of the many
opportunities that are becom-
ing available to them, he
said.





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two who once served five
years in jail for enslaving Mex-
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York state appeals court that
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stand.
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HERITAGE OF REDEEMING LOVE METHODIST CHURCH
(28 Crawford St, Oakes Field)
9:00 a.m. Rev. Edward J. Sykes (Holy Communion)
6:30 p.m. Rev. Edward J. Sykes
METHODIST CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
METHODIST CHURCH (20 Cedar Terrace, Tall Pines)
5:15 p.m. At Rhodes Memorial for the Children's Choir
Program
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9 a.m. Rhodes Prayer Band
Friday 5:30 p.m. Children's Club
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ends at noon on Friday. This we proclaim unswervingly: "My
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Sante Kimes fails to have her


however, that Ahmed's body is
buried in the grounds of the
now derelict home next door
to Sulgrave Manor,
Again, Ahmed's death fol-
lowed exposure of fraudulent
activity. He was probing bank
account irregularities when the
pair spiked his drink with a
date-rape drug and held him
underwater in the bathtub.
They left Nassau soon after-
wards to begin their crime
spree across the States.
This week's hearing could be
the final flourish for Mrs
sit,8,:::'dm nsdh r chu
ed by police.
In a 5-0 decision on Thurs-
day, the appeals court affirmed
the 2000 conviction on every
charge, which included second-
degree murder, burglary,
weapons possession, forgery
and eavesdropping.
Kenny, now 31, dated sever-
al local girls during his year at
St Andrew's. He was a regular
at Waterloo nightclub and was
noted for his scarlet sports car.
Friends said he appeared "a


b 1 eu5hh i n
Mrs Kimes, who aped her
idol Elizabeth Taylor, was
known by several Nassau fami-
lies as an outgoing and often
amusing social hostess.
It was only after the sudden
death of her 'husband' Kenneth
anfaicn'1t9%yt er n exbn1aarn


to think her rather odd.
Mrs Kimes asked friends not
to mention his death and told
the late Nassau restaurateur
Siegfried von Hamm to "forget
about him" when he asked Mr
Kimes' whereabouts.
Her elder son, Kent Walker,
now believes she poisoned her
husband, who understood her
evil ways but seemed powerless
to control her.
For at least two years after
Mr Kimes' death, she tried to
keep him "financially alive" in
a bid to stave off family claims
on his money.

NRSSRU
It was this activity which led
to banker Ahmed's ill-fated vis-
it to Nassau in 1996. After he
and the Kimes pair had dined
at the Androsta Restaurant on
Cable Beach, the banker was
never seen again.
His son flew froin India to
conduct private inquiries into
his disappearance, but turned
tip noth



formally confirmed.
The pair have never faced tri-
al for the banker's Murder
because they're already locked
away for life.
Mother and son are now both
imprisoned in California,
co ding to the Associated


Silverman coup which, they
thought, would set them up for
life.
Kenny, a former student at
St Andrew's School, is said to
have strangled the petite Ms
Silverman, then bundled her
body into a suitcase. The corpse
was dumped but never found.
Both were sentenced to 120-
plus years without parole for
the harder of the popular
socialite, who had once been a
Radio City Music Hall dancing
girl.

Frauds
Later, the mother and son
crime team were convicted of
murdering family friend David
Kazdin in Las Vegas. Again,
Kenny did his mother's bidding
and shot Kazdin through the
back of the head for exposing
one of their loan frauds.
Afterwards, Kenny and an
accomplice dumped Kazdin's
body to a trash contamer at Los
Angeles International Airport.
When Kenny finally turned



Cayman-based banker m Nas-
sau.
Ele claimed he and his moth-
er drowned the banker in the
bath before dumping him at
sea. Neighbors still believe,


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INTEREST in the ever-fas-


documentary about the case,
called Murder in Paradise.
Millions watched the peak-
time Channel Four pro-
gramme, which provided con
flitting theories in what has
been called the 20th century's
greatest 'Whodunnit?'
Sir Harry was murdered on
the night of July 7-8, 1943, at
his Nassau home, Westbourne.
Speculation about his killer has
circulated among crime buffs
ever since-
The Channel Four documen-
tary focused on the line of a
book, A Serpent in Eden, pub~
listed last year by London
lawyer-cum-journalist James
Several Nassau personalities
were interviewed for the film,
including attorney Paul Adder-
ley, historian Dr Gail Saunders
and The Tribune's John Mar"
quis, whose own book
about the case, Blood and
Fire, was published last Christ-
mas.
Yesterday, British viewers
declared the documentary "fas-
cinating", saying it gave an
interesting feel of Nassau life.
One, Rhys Oldfield, enjoyed
it, but said the story-line con-
centrated too much on Owen's
book-
Another viewer said: "It por-
trayed the Bahamas as a coun-
try of intrigue, which ought to
be good for tourism, I sup-
pose."
London barrister Piers Mar-
quis, son of The Tribune's
managing editor, said: "I \vas
very proud to see my old man
being anti-establishment on .
Channel Fpur last night."
And a Scottish viewer who
knows Nassau well declared
thedocumentary"verygood",
especially for people with an
interest in the Bahamas and
crime mysteries in general.
Press reviews were generally
favourable, with some London
weekend papers highlighting it
as a "pick of the day".
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Oakes case are now keen to
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THE TRIBUNE


THE US State Department
is continuing to encourage
American citizens to apply for
passports as the January 23
start of the Western Hemi-
sphere Travel Initiative
approaches.
During November, the CBS
television network ran a two
week advertisement on its elec-
tronic billboard screen on 42nd
Street in Times Square, New
York City that displayed four
images with the WHTI mes-
sage, compliments of staff from
encNew York Passport
The ads compliment other
efforts being made by the US
government to encourage citi-
zens to get passports for travel
in the Western Hemisphere.
Beginning January 23, 2007, *
citizens of the United States,
Canada, Mexico, and Bermuda
will be required to present a
passport to enter (or re-enter)
the United States when arriv-
ing by air from any part of the
Western Hemisphere.
Currently, American citizens
need only show proof of citi-
zenship and identity for
air travel to the United
States from the Western Hemi-
sphere.
Earlier this week, local offi-
cials announced that there has
been a jump in the number of
passport applications by US cit-
izens in the last six weeks, indi-
cating that the "potential fall-
out" from the new initiative
ma be miti ated.
Tourism Director General
Vernice Walkine said: "What
we re being told by the Depart-
ment of State is that the US
media is getting the word out
and Americans are becoming
more aware of the need for a
passport. They are applying
and there's been a jump in the
number of applications over
the last six weeks."
According to Ms Walkine,
preparations have also been
made in the US to handle an
influx of passport applications


MA BELLBOARD gets the message across


that may be the result of belat-
ed realisations m January that
travel will not be permitted
without a passport.
The m1mstry has been work-
ing with associates in the
tourism industry to raise aware-
ness among travellers, as some
will have to make extra prepa-
rations for their trips abroad.
"We are hopeful, though,
that all of the initiatives that
have been undertaken by our-
selves, our hotel partners, our
airhne partners and even the
cruise Imes will put the .ime s -
ican coilsum$r iii the p than


to appreciate that they do need
a passport in order to return
to the US after coming to the
Bahamas for a vacation," said
Ms Walkme.
To offset a devastating
tourism downturn that some
regional experts have predicted
nught result from the imtiative,
some resorts have been offer-
ing discounts and refunds ill an
effort to lure visitors for
example, offering to pay the
cost of a passport if a tourist
can show that the Bahamas is
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By looks back at a portion of
the life of Bishop Leonard
Hagarty who was appointed
Catholic Bishop of Nassau in
July 1960.
Bishop Hagarty lead the
Catholic faithful in the :
Bahamas during both majori-
ty rule and independence. On
the occasion of the Bahamas'
ludependelice, Pope Paul VI
wrote to Bishop Hagarty:
"On the occasion of the.
Solemn Mass in observance
of the forthcoming declara-
tion of the Independence of
the Bahamas as a State within
the Commonwealth of
Nations, we have pleasure in
extending our cordial greet-
ings and in associating ourself
with the joy of the celebra-
tion.
"At the same time we
would ask you to convey our
felicitation and good wishes
to the Governor-General,
Prime Minister, Government
and People of the Bahamas at
the beginning of this new
epoch in the history of the
Islands.
"We avail ourself'of the
occasion to assure them that
the Church will not cease to
be ready to offer whatever
assistance is within her power
for the furtherance of the spir-
itual, moral and temporal
well-being and prosperity of

er, and to the clergy, religious
and faithful in your pastoral
care goes the expression of
our paternal affection and
solicitude..With the prayer
that the Lord will endow all
of you with his choicest gifts of
Whpphearmatpeace, we car -: ZiJANUARY 1969- Bishop Hagarty blesses the new build-
dially impart our special mgs at St Augustine's College during a ceremony. Behind him
Apostolic Blessing. from left are Fr Bonaventure Dean, headmaster; Br Pius; Fr
Boswell Davis and (then premier) Sir Lynden Pindling


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NOTICE is hereby given that JASON BIENAIME OF RUPERT
DEAN1..ANE, P.O. BOX GT-2935, 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 2ND day of DECEMBER, 2006 to the lkinister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.

"

NOTICE is hereby given that ELOISIE ARABLE OF
DUMPING GROUND CORNER, P.O. BOX SS-6218,
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 9TH day of DECEMBER, 2006
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


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5 ABOVE large picture:
October 1981- Bishop
Hagarty waves good-bye as
he boards the plane for his
flight back to St John's
AbbyMinnesotaandretire-
ment. The Bishop who was
taken to the plane in a
wheelchair, refused to be
carried up the gangway.
With the help of Monsignor
Preston Moss, on whom he
leaned heavily throughout
his illness, he makes it to the
top under his own steam.
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ary 1979- Bishop Hagarty
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gift for the diocese from His
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was to provide for the insti..
tutionalisation of those
"neglected arts in our soci-
ety".
"In The Bahamas, it is the
th atre thatorepmeseonrts 2:

expression of the thoughts
and feelings, the dreams and
nightmares, the disappoint-
ments and hopes that swirl
around m the Bahamian psy-
"It is the theatre that rep-
resents these elements that
are so central to who we are
as a people. And the writer
who led the Bahamian the-
atre was Winston Vernon
Saunders," the prime minis-
ter said.


are essentially celebratory "us think and enable us to
but 'also the more contem- dream. These are the arts
plative arts like music and lit- that we have neglected
feature and drama and art, most."
which provoke not only emo- Mr Christie said that Mr
tonal responses but make Saunders' lifetime mission


The Tribune wants to hear
from people who are
making news in their
neighborhoods. Perhaps
you are raising funds for a
good cause, campaignmg
for improvements in the
area or have won an
award.
If so, callus on 322-1986
and share your story.


8 BAHAMIAN residents Sir Sean Connery and actor Nicolas Cage pose for photographers on the
red carpet with Leslie Vanderpool at the 3rd Annual Bahamas International Film Festival Friday, Dec.
8, 2006 at Atlantis, Paradise Island in the Bahamas. Mr. Cage was presented with a Career Achieve-
ment Tribute by Sir Sean Connery.
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He said he was impressed to see young Bahami-
an talent coming through, Acknowledging they
needed a place and space where their work could
be developed.
Mr Cage said he was in Nassau because he
liked "the Bahamian waters and the Bahamian
spirit."
And he added: "I want to contribute as a mem-
ber of the community to encourage other film-
makers and young talent."
Workshops were needed to "hone the craft" of
film-making, he said.
Earlier, Sir Sean had described Mr Cage as "a
real pro", adding: "He brings to the table what
makes it (film-making) a real joy."
Festival founder Leslie Vanderpool called Mr
Cage "one of Hollywood's brightest stars and a
consummate professional."


SIR Sean Connery last night called for gov-
ernment and business in the Bahamas to support
the International Film Festival.
He said the festival needed a "hpme" a base
where ideas could be generated and records kept.
The movie icon added: "A base is vital very, very
important."
His comments cathe after he presented a career
achievement award to actor Nicholas Cage who,
like Sir Sean, lives in Nassau.
The event, said Sir Sean, was "refreshing and
different" and a great concept. .
Whichever party was in power after the next
election, Sir Sean said they should get behind
the festival. A united front must be presented.
His views were supported by Mr Cage, who
said of Sir Sean that he was "a great teacher and
inspiration".


Valu e 1Ga l


Tributes paid to Winston Saundrs


FROM page one

to the soul of the Bahamian
people in so many different
ways.
The prime minister said
that it was the diversity of Mr
Saunders' talent that was so
"dazzling".
"He was a playwright, a
composer, an actor, a direc-
tor, a producer, a singer, a
dancer, a poet, a narrator,
and an administrator of the
performing arts.
"He excelled in all of these
roles. In the sphere of the
arts, Winston Saunders was
the complete man or, as some
like to say nowadays, the
total package," Mr Christie
said.
The prime minister said
that, as a writer, Mr Saun-
ders understood only too well
what it was that the Bahamas
lacked in its nation.
"In our rush to build a
nation, we have neglected to
create a society. And with-
out a society, we are unable
to dream.
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Langston Hughes, they 'dry
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films, events and panels December 10.


National Insurance Board's (NIB) training
rooni, Wulf Road office complex, at 6pm. All
retirees are welcome.

The Rotary Club of West Nassau holds its
weekly meeting, every Thursday at Choices
Restaurailt on the campus of the College of
the Bahamas. Fellowship starts at 12:30pm,
with the meetmg held from 1pm to 2pm.

M...... FRIDAY M

a HEALTH

Alcoholics Anonymous wishes to inform the
public of its meeting times and places: The
Nassau Grodp, Rosetta Street: Friday 6pm
to 7pm & 8:30pm to 9:30pm. Sacred Heart
Church: Friday 6pm to 7pm. New Providence
Community Centre: Friday 7pm to 8pm.
H CIVIC CLUBS

TM Club 9477 meets Friday, 7pm @ Bahamas
Baptist Community College Rm Al9, Jean
St

, Nassau Bahamas Koinonia meets every sec-
ond Friday of each month, 7:30pm at the
Emmaus Centre at St Augustine's ljionastery.
. For more info call 325.1947 after 4pm.

AMISTAD is a club which promotes the
Spanish language and culture in the commu-
nity. Residents of the Bahamas who speak
Spanish 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.

I SATURDAY MMillulM
a HEALTH
Alcoholics Anonymous wishes to inform the

. pNu lic of its mee times and plS r
mornings lOam to 11am.

Bahamas Diabetic Association 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 94m-1pm. Contact a Doctors Hospital
Community Training Representative at
302.4732 for more information and learn to
save a life today

M CIVIC CLUBS
JAR CYCLING: The Owners of JAR Cycling
are pleased to offer a cycling clinic for juniors
between 10 and 17. The free clinic will be
held every Saturday in an effort to encourage
kids to cycle. J'arents interested in registering
their children should contact organizers at
clin @ ail.com
jarcy g gm .

SUNDAY IM

M PARTIES, NIGHTCLUBS
& RESTAURANTS

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

Alcoholics Anonymous wishes to inform the
ptiblic of its meeting times and places: The
Nassau Group, Rosetta Street: Sunday 6pm to
7pm / 8:30pm to 9:30pm.


Send all your civic and social events (attach
pictures if possible) to The Tribune via fax:
328.2398 or e-mail: ybdeleveaux@tribuneme-
dia.net Out there m the subject kne.


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WHAT'S ON IN AND AROUND NASSAU















EMAIL: ybdeleveaux@tribunemedia.net


11EDNESDAY 74GlilllM

5 ENTERTAINMENT

Express Yourself: Poets, vocalists, musicians,
visual artists, story tellers, dancers, talented
people are invited to an Open Mic Night @
Da Island Club on West Bay Street (mside the
Nassau Beach Hotel) the place wherb "the
grown folks hang out The evening starts
every Wednesday night at 8pm. This is the
Bahamian cultural expression that your ears
have been craving for in a cool, comfortable
and safe environment. Express Yourself is
the brain child of the talented spoken word
artist Mrs. Nadine Thomas Brown. The ses-
sions have developed to showcase Bahami-
an singers, musicians, dancers, movie mak-
ers, storytellers, sculptors and visual artists.
5 PARTIES, NIGHTCLUBS
& RESTAURANTS .

Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters
Sports Bar every Wednesday Spm-8pm. Free
appetizers and numerous drink specials.
5 HEALTH
Alcoholics Anonymous wishes to mform the
public of its meeting times and places: New
Providence Community Centre: Wednesday -
7pm to 8pm. The Nassau Group: Rosetta
Street, Wednesday 6pm to 7pm / 8:30pm to
9:30pm.
FREE Health and Wellness Lectures are held
the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30pm
at New Providence Community Center Blake
Road. For more information call 327.1660 or
327.2878. FREE Blood Pressure, Blood Sug-
at and Cholesterol Screening.

The Cancer Society of the Bahamas Support
Group meets every Wednesday froni 5:30pm
to 7pm at Cancer Headquarters, two doors
south of ZNS. Cancer patients, survivors, their
family members and friends are invited to
attend. Phone 323.4482

M CIVIC CLUBS

The Rotary Club of SouthEalit Nassau meets
every Wednesday from 1pm 2pm at East
Villa Restaurant, East Bay Street. Always an
interesting speaker and great fellowship. If
you would like to attend our meetings please
send an e-mail to bruno.pletscher@gottar-
do.com or kathyvsmith@hotmail.com.

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

International Training in Communication,
Essence Club #3173 holds it's 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 @ St Augustirie's Monastery.

The Kiwanis Club of Cable Beach invites the
public to its regular weekly meeting held
every Wednesday at 7:30pm at the British
Colonial Hilton. Kiwanis is a worldwide ser-
vice organisation dedicated to changing the
world One Child, One Community at a time."


School and Community Nature Walk and Pet-
ting Zoo Free Every Wednesday from lOam .
to 2:30pm at Earth Village Ranch, St Albans
Drive and Columbus Avenue (Chippingham).
Call (242) 356.2274 now to make reservations.
Open to all ages and groups Monday-Sunday
from 9am to 6pm. Inquiry about additional
activities and programmes.

TM Club 2437 meets each Wednesday on the
4th floor of the Ministry of Health, Meeting
Street, at 6pm. -
MAMMER THURSDAY RM

M ENTERTAINMENT

Shadowhand Entertainment presents an all
Bahamian Talent Explosion this and every
Thursday night at the Patio Bar & Grill on
Carmichael Road. This event features upcom-
ing Bahamian artist who are ready to show-
casetheiroriginalmaterialtotheworld.There
will also be a freestyle competition every week
which is open to the pubhe at large. Doors
openatS:30pm. Ladies free until 11pm Gen-
tlemen small door charge. See u there.
H HEALTH

Free public health lectures featuring distin-
guished physicians are held at Doctors Hos-
pital 1eseryethdrd thursday ithe math
Room. Free screenings between 5pm & 6pm..
For more information call 302.4603.

Alcoholics Anonymous wishes to inform the
public its meetingtimes and places; The Nas~
sau Group, Rosetta Street: Thursday 6pm to
7pm / 8:30pm to 9:30pm. The Kirk: Thurs-
days 7:30pm to 8:30pm.
.
Pre & Post Natal Fitness Classes are being
held 6:30pm Thursdays at Nassau GymNastics
Seagrapes location (off Pritice Charles Dr).
Doctor approval is required. Call 364.8423 to
register for more info.
REACH Resources 8E Education for Autism
and Related Challenges meets from 7pm -
9pm the second Thursday of each month it
the cafeteria of the BEC building, Blue Hill
Road.
M CIVIC CLUBS

The Rotarjr Club of Nassau Sunrise has a
breakfast meeting every Thursday morning
at 7am at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel
(Fellowship begins at 6:45am).
The Kiwanis Club of Over-the-Hill meets
every Thirrsday at 8pm at the Holy Cross
Activity Centre, Soldier Road. Guests are
welcome.

Toastmasters Club 3956 meets every first,
second and third Thursday at the Ministry of
Health & Environment building on Meeting
Street commencing at 7:30pm. Everyone is
welcome to attend TM Club 1600 meets
Thursday, 8:30pm @ SuperClubs Breezes.

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

The recently established National Insurance
Board Retiree Association (NIBRA), meets
eter\ fourth Thursdal in the month, in the


mmill MONDAY

5 HEALTH

Alcoholics Anonymous wishes to inform the
public of its meeting times and places: New
Providence Community Centre: Mondays -
6pm to7pm. The Kirk: Mondays -7:30pm to
8:30pm
Diabetes Directions a FREE diabetic sup-
port group meets the first Monday of each
month* at 6:30pm at New Providence Com-
munity Centre, Blake Road. Dinner is pro-
vided and free blood sugar, bloodFporessure
land choles0ter40614testm321s aila e. r more

MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Bahamas meets the
third 1910nday of every month at 6pm @ Doc-
tors Hospital conference room.

8 CIVIC CLUBS

Toastmasters Club 3596 meets at the British
Colonial Hilton Monday's at 7pm C -
612315 meets Monday 6pm @ Wyndham Nas-

s BR Ts CCal niBleNht C bnd5 sm lat

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

===@@5 TUESDAY

8 HEALTH

Alcoholics Anonymous wishes to inform the
public of its meeting times and places: The
Nassau Group, Rosetta Street: Tuesday 6pm
to 7pm / 8:30pm to 9:30pm.
The Cancer Society of the Bahamas meets at
5:30pm on the second Tuesday of each month
at their Headquarters at East Terrace, Cen-
treville. Call 323.4482 for more info'
.
Pre & Post Natal Fitness Classes are being
held 6:30pm Tuesdays.at Nassau GymNastics
Seagrapes location (off Prmee Charles Dr).
Doctor approval is required. Call 364.8423 to
register for more mfe.

M CIVIC CLUBS

The Kiwanis Club of New Providence meets
every Tuesday at 7:30pm at the Holy Cross
Community Centre; Highbury Park.

The Luncheon Pilot Club of Nassau meets
every third Tuesday at SuperClubs Breezes,
Cable Beach at 12:30pm. We myite all com-
munity minded persons to attend.

Toastmasters Club 1095 meets Tuesday,
7:30pm @ CC Sweeting Senior School's Din~
ing Room, College Avenue offMoss Road. *
Club Cousteau 7343 meets Tuesdays at
7:30pm in the Chickcharney Hotel, Fresh
Creek, Central Andros Club 7178 meets
each Tuesday at 6pm at the Cancel Society of
the Bahamas, 3rd Terrace, Centreville-

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Eta Psi Omega
chapter meets every second Tuesday, 6:30pm
@ the Eleuthera Room in the Wyndham Nas
sau Resort, Cable Beach Kappa Alpha Ps'
Fraternity meets every second Tuesday,
6:30pm @ Atlantic House, IBM Office, 4th
floor meeting room Alpha Phi Alpha Fra-
ternity meets every first Tuesday, 6:30pm at
the Brit n-h Colonial Hilton. Please call
502.4842/377.4589 for more info.

The Downtown Pilot Club of Nassau meets
every third Tuesday of the month at 6pm at
the. JP Whitney Building, First Terrace,
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beyond."
"This man presides over an
unprecedented attack on our
biodiversity, and yet he sleeps
at night. But he must be sleeping
in the day, too," accused Mr
Ingraham.
Minister of Foreign Affairs
and Public Services Jred
Mitchell would rather "pontifi-
cat(e) on all manner of things
rather than address the concerns
of his portfolio," he said.
He pointed to a lack of
answers on the "promised inves-
tigation" into "alleged irregu-
larities in the grant of visitor
visas" at the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs, a reason as to why the
Bahamas has not acceded to the
UN Convention Against Cor-
ruption, or news on the "much-
promised public sector reform"
as evidence that Mr Mitchell has
been overlookizig his respolisi-
bilities
Finally, at the head of "this
incompetent crew'!, declared Mr
Ingraham, is the Prime Minis-
ter, who is "unable to provide
leadership" or, as such, "bring
focus and discipline to his cabi-
net "
,,Yes, they promised much;
they have delivered little he
claimed
"They ran a good PR cam-
paign in 2002 and they kept it
up once they were in office. But
the PR is running thin...these
people have to go!" he said.


MFNM Leader


of a lawsuit against Mr Irtgra-
ham for his comments regard-
ing the revelations two weeks
ago that a-former driver of r
Peet stole azi alleged $10,000 in
US cash from the mimster's bed"
rpom closet.
"He's trying to stop me from
talking and attempting to sup-
press public discussion about the
US money in a bag in his closet
in his bedroom but I think
Bahamians have come to their
own conclusions about that," he
said. -
Minister ,of ImMigration and
.Labour, Shane Gibson, has com-
matted a series of blunders dur-.
ing his time.in offices minister
for housing, and in his current
po so(r, unom 8 hdm.
self ...with the low-cost house

to gh tsbraonud th:
bad publicity" as a result of his
inappropriatee involvement" in
US reality TV celebrity Anna
Nicole Smith's residency appli-
cation.
As for the Minister of Health,
Mr Ingraham claimed that in
taking a leading role in the
National Health Insurance pro-
posal, he is simply "hoping to
ingratiate himself with his par-
ty's hierarchy and so secure his
political future.-"
, Meanwhile, there has been a
shortage of vital medications at
the hospital and in clmics, and a
use in the mfant mortality rate
during his tenure, he said-
Dr Marcus Bethel, Minister


Riot threat after beating
FROM page one their guns and ordered the Inaguans to leave the
base, the officer said.
he was attacked The officer in charge in Inagua, Inspector Stubbs,
He was able to getaway and made it as far as one was not on the island when the incident took place.
resident's porch before officers caught up withhitn As a result, the second officer in command went to
and continued to beat him, it was alleged. the base to question members of the force.
Several onlookers attempted to stop the officers Locals on the island say they are not getting "any
from beating the man, but were unsuccessful. satisfaction" and that the investigation is dragging
According to the officer, a civilian was even stabbed out for too long. According to the officer, the
in his hand and shots were fired by one officer who islatiders expect the case to be handled fairly because
was attempting to warn the onlookers away. there was lots of evidence left on the island.
One spectator left and alerted authorities. Mr Wilson, who was treated by Princess Margaret
Meanwhile, Mr Wilson was taken to the clinic Hospital, left and returned to Inagua, complaining of
and subsequently airlifted to Nassau our an emer- bad treatment.
gency flight. The officer fears the Inaguans will return to their
jks word of the brutal attack travelled throughout "old ways"ifthings don't go as they should. Accord-
the island, locals stormed to the Defence Force base ing to him, there will be "senous liandemonium" on
demanding answers. In response officers revealed the island if the case is not "handled correctly.


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THE TRIBUNE


Ingraham slams ministers' records


Poili emvestiantison
of corruption
at Ministry are

'progressing well'
FROM page one

in the Ministry of Housing
began when it was claimed
that certain contractors were
being awarded an unfair
number of contracts based
on factors other than those
such as alit of work, or
value-for-public-money
spent,
Once housing records
were obtamed as part of this
investigation a number of
Other peculiarities came to
light. One of these was the
$5,000 discrepancy between
the cost of construction and
the selling price.
Another, seemingly sep-
arate matter, concerns alle-
gations that certain individ-
uals were extorting money
from contractors through-
out ngthe build process on
Idw-cost homes since at least
2001.
It was claimed by one
contractor that this could
amount to as much as $4,000
being paid out per house.
Another explamed that the
individuals involved were
allegedly persons in a posi-
tion to make certain con-
tractors who pay up get the
lion's share of future gov-.
ernment housing contracts.
A third allegation is that
certain contractors got spe-
cial treatment m the allot-

e tus r n sa
with certain persons in the
government an arrange-
ment which niay or may not
have included bribes.
The new housing minis-
ter, Neville Wisdom, says
the reason some contractors
get far more jobs from the
ministry than others is that
they do better quality work
and can get better financ-
mg.
However, contractors
refute\ this as well, pointing
out that all the contractors
on the ministry's approved
list have been vetted for
work quality and all have
approved lending status.
The ministry's director of
technical services, Gordon
Major, admitted that there
is no bidding process for
some housing models sug-
gesting that ministry offi-
cials are free to choose
whichever contractors they
wish.
This was backed up by Mr
Wisdom himself in a mes-
sage unintentionally left on
The Tribune's voicemail in
which he said of a reporter,
"he thinks you can put the

ho3espup bid.t secretary
Leila Greene responded:
"Anybody with any sense
would know that you can't
put all thern 80 houses up
to bid."
While not connected to
any allegations of Wrong-
doing, sta another discrep-
ancy came to light when
reporter Mark Humes vis-
ited the ministry in mid-
November.
He asked Gordon Major
what happened to the cus-
tomary retention fee m cas-
es where a second contrac-
tor had to be brought in to
repair or finish the work of
the first builder on a pro-

jec r Major responded that
the fee went to the original
contractor despite the fact
that he had failed to finish
the work.
However, when Mr
Humes expressed surprise
at this and put the matter to
Mr Wisdom, the minister
denied absolutely that the
money would go to the orig-
inal contractor.
In fact, Mr Wisdom said
the very reason that con-
tractors are making allega-
tions against the ministry is
that they are disgruntled
because their retention fee
has be withheld.
All these anomalies are
alleged to have resulted in
an unfair and unnecessary
financial burden on small
contractors and less afflu-


ent home buyers some of
whorit have entered
into 25 year mortgage con-
tracts. t t
Con rac ors say the
alleged corruption has also
had a negative effect on the
*
quality of housing which is
sold to low income families
who, in many cases, have
been waiting more than a
decade to own their own
h ome.
The Tribune is continuing
to investigate the various
allegations-


POrt Authority case

FROM page one

until further order, "except that the appointment of George and Clif-
ford Culmer as joint receivers and managers be and is hereby suspended
from the date hereof to February 7, 2007," or until further order from
the court.
Justice Lyons' order had called for all documents pertaining to the
operation and busmess of the GBPA to be preserved and copies to be
handed over to attorneys for the estate.
Justice Jeanne Thompson had ordered that Hannes Babak step aside
from the company's management and appomted a father and son
team of accountants as managers and receivers.
During the "suspension period", according to the judge's order, the
management and affairs of the third and fourth defendants, being the
Port Group Limited and The Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited,
should be conducted in the usual course of business except as otherwise
provided for in the order.
The order also stated that Clifford Culmer be appointed as the
"agreed independent management consultant" of the Port Group
Limited and the Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited.
Justice Allen's order also stated that The Port Group Limited and the
Grand Bahama Port Authonty Linuted shall not engage m 1) teran-
nation of contracts of employment of any their management employ-
ees or 2) any change in the office accommodations of either Lady
Henrietta St George or Sir Jack Hayward.
The order went on to state that Mr Culmer may meet with the offi-
cers and managers of the Port Group Limited and the Grand Bahama
Port Authority Limited every two weeks oras may be necessary "and
shall be provided by such officers and managers with such.information,
documentation and accounting as he would otherwise. have been
entitled to as receiver but for the agreed suspension period."
"The powers of the directors of the boards of directors of the Port
Group Liinited and the Grand Bahama Port authority shall be sus-
pended during the suspension period but shall be exercisable by the
independent management consultant with the prior written consent,
from time to time, of Lady Henrietta St George and Sir Jack Hayward,"
the order stated.
According to the order, if the action is not settled prior to the expiry
of the suspension period, then the receiveyship.and managership of the
Port Group Limited and Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited "shall
thereupon revive and be continued until further order."
The order also stated that, during the suspension period, the parties
shall refrain from making public statements regarding the issues in dis-
pute.


FROM page one


thisdcountry," said the opposition
in rarjam axm d

Roberts of "in appropriately
interfering) in the manage-
ment of corporations, to the
extent that he has demoralizedd
staff" in the corporations.
Mr Roberts has undermined
the privatization of Batelco, and
"dangerously delayed" road
def
or t onnk eaw Proe nc d
h h cl d.
els r earsa minister of
education, "has no idea what he
is su osed to do," he contin-
ued.plpitially failing to ensure
that there were eno h teach-
ers em 10 ed, he ul imately
rushed tp make up for the short-
fall and in the process
a (ed) th established rules
t ignor vern t e ment of
ubli servants" ngage
Man of thes claimed Ingra-
ham, then wentr months with-
b db th
out eing pai y e current
government.
On this Minister's watch
political interference has created
a mess m the school systein. But
he ignores the chaos in our
schools and declares success,
e sai .
h Neville Wisdom, minister tof
housing, at appeared d
have got off lightly at the'd%
Mr Ingrathakm who "trat
Is tme 1s en up w y
ing cove up the shenanigans
Mr Gibp on
However, he added that Mr
Wisdom is, in the process, "hop-
r oCnt1hn pt
at Culture where he was respon-
sible for the million dollar
Junkanoo bleacherscandal.
Mr Peet was denounced as
brazen" for his announcement,

*
LNG project

FROM page one

However, Ms Duncombe said
she does not believe the finalist
Ing of these regulations will be
enough to validate the project.
"The regulations are going to
be rushed through to appease
a company that is looking to
avoid their own laws," she said,
referring to AES Corps, the
Virginia-based company behind
the proposal.
The company is currently
. being sued by the Dominican
governmentforallegeddestruc-
tion of the environment at two
locations in the Dominican
Republic.
Ms Duncombe noted "con-
stant problems with spills and
emissions" in the Clifton Pier
area as evidence that the preser-
vatiozi of the environment is a
foricall overlooked issue m

"When you talk about envi-
ronmerital standards and the
regulations...we're not up to
where we need to be as far as
that goes and they know full
well the things that happen to
the environment all arotmd the
Bahamas are completely indica-
tive of that..
"We can't even do tourism
development without totally
decimating vital eco-systems
and we know all of that and so
there are obviously ways that
we can avoid those things and
we still choose hot to avoid
them," she said.
For the government now to
invite an industry to be set up m

he Bcahamas which pl^ay
"appease the United States",
saidMsDuncombeis "ridicu-
loils."
She pointed to an explosion
around two months ago in the
Gulf of Mexico when a barge
hit an LNG pipeline, killing all
on board, as the second most
recent example that LNG in the
Bahamas would represent an
"explosive situation."
Ms Duncombe's commentS
come in the week following her
involvement in the Bahamas'
first concert to raise awarenesS
of the LNG project at which
over 2000 signatures were col-
lected protesting against the
plan. Added to the signatures
already collected, the petition
now has the backing of over
5,000, said Ms Duncombe,
However, Mr Bethel dis-
missed the organisation's
efforts, claiming that the peti-
tion would have no effect on


the government's consideration
of the project.
"There are 325,000 people [in
The Bahamas]," the minister
said on Sunday. "Compare that
with your 5,000. I think that
answers your question," he said.
In light of the minister's
assuredness of the proposal's
popularity, Ms Duncombe as
challenged the minister to allow
the issue to be put to a refer-
endum.


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5 THE parents of the bride!
Dolores Ingraham, principal of
CC Sweeping, and Hubert
Ingraham, leader of the FNM,
enjoying the special occasion of
their daughter's wedding.
M BAHAMAS
Information Ser-
vices photogra-
pher Kristaan
Ingraham, son of
Mr and Mrs
Ingraham, and
his girlfriend for-
mer Miss
Bahamas and
current Ministry
of Tourism
employee
Requel Horton.


S(1-r) HUBERT Ingraham, Anne Sands,


5 THE bridal couple together in Atlantis foyer before the wedding reception. Ms McPhee and AIr
McPhee are left of the couple, Mr and Mrs Ingraham are to the couple'p right.


Keva Ingraham gets married

M BRIDE Keva Ingraham and groom Kenue McPhee on the steps of Christ Church Cathedral after
their wedding service performed by Dean Patrick Adderley.
Ms Ingraham is the daughter of Hubert and Dolores Ingraham. Mr McPhee is the son of Ms Judy
McPhee and Kenneth McPhee.
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, 5 By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
THE Bahamas Special Olympics closed its
season with a bang hosting the annual bas-
ketball tournament,
The recently held event brought teams from
around the Bahamas to Freeport. Grand
Bahama. to compete in the season closer.
Bringing opening remarks at the annual bas-
ketball tournament was Churchill Tener
Knowles, a long time supporter of the Spe-
cial Olympics and chairman of the Family
Island Sports Council.
Knowles congratulated the organisation and
executive members for their efforts in bringing


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AFTER months of post-
ponement the long awaited
snap m the Commonwealth
American Football League
(CAFL) will officially take
place this weekend.
The league will kick-off
their season on Sunday at the
DW Davis field, starting at
12:30pm.
The premiere game will fea-
ture the John Bull Jets talyng
on the Orry 3 Sands Pros..
The Jets are already claim-
ing that they are the strongest
team m the league this year'
theteamthatshould be feared
and the one Ihat w ill be to
tough to beat.
But the Pros, who are best
known for their great defeit-
sive line, have decided to sit
back ahd allow the.Jets to
'trash talk,' before the game.
Originally the Pros were
scheduled to play the
Stingrays football club, but the
confident Jers' team asked


CAFL executives to set their
first game against thePros.
Although Ibe league has
had its fair share of problems,
executive members are cer-
tain that the launching of the
league and theybekend kick-
off will bring the excitement of
footballback into the coun-
try.
Only two games were
played last year, after more
than six teams had confirmed
their participation.
In an earlier interview with
the Tribune, chairman of the
CAI Michael Foster apolo-
gised to the teams for the late
start but promised a competi-
tive season which will be
enjoyed by both the players
and fans.
Foster said: "We will play,


the league will begin play on
December 10th. Everything
with the league is on the green
light, it is allset in motion.
"There will definitely be
football played in the
Bahamas and the CAFL will
host it. We now have all five
Nassau based teams to partic-
ipate, so we would like to use
,this opportunity to invite the
other teams out from
Freeport."
Since the interview the
Freeport based teams have
confirmed their participation
which brings the number of
clubs competing in the league
to eight.
The league will host one
game each week at the DW
Davis field until the Windsor
Fields completed.


THE PROS wiHl be back' ih action on Sunday (FILE Photo)


the athletes together for this competition
opportunity. He also encouraged the athletes
to excel in their efforts to improve their skills
in all sports.
The Special Olympics played host to five
teams front New Providence, Long Island,
Abacd and Grand Bahama.
The round robin format play was won by
the Grand Bahama based team, 25-19, over
New Providei1ce, while Long Island settled
for third place. '
In division B, the team from the Stapledon
School of Nassau took top honours over the
Beacoil School of Fre ort.
Coordinator for the Grand Bahama pro-
gramme, Loretta Parris, expressed her pleasure


with the successful event and is making prepa-
rations for the teams based in Grand Bahama
to compete in other Special Olympic events.
She said: "I am pleased with this year's tour-
nament, which is in its seventh year. The tour-
nament preparation for the upcoming World
Games for Special Olympics and I am sure
that the athletes selected will represent the
Bahamas to the best of their abilities."
The World Games for Special Olympics will
be held nextyear October, m Shanghal, China.
The Bahimas will compete in basketball, track
and field, bocce, tennis and swimming.
The Bahamas Special Olympics host meets
and tournaments in all disciplines during the
course of the year.


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THERE were 11 Bahamians swimming at the recent
US Open at Purdue University, Indiana. The highlight of
the three day competition was the two new Bahamian
national records in the senior girls set by Arianna Van-
derpool-Wallace in the 100 free-58.44 and 200 free -
2.07.04. Arianna helped Bolles School to a 3rd and 4th
place relay finish at the meet.
The other swimmers at the meet representing the
Bahamas were Jeremy Knowles, Alana Dillette, Nikia
Deveaux, Teisha Lightbourne, Alicia Lighthourne, McK-
ayla Lightbourne, Jenna Chaplin, Jade Thompson, Ariel
Weech, and Anthaya Rolle.
The meet was a fast andlarge nicet with sorite 1,000
swimmers including several World record holders and
Olympic..Ghampions. Because of the size of the kneet
the heats were run as an A and B flight.
The A flight.being the top six entered heats which
were run first and the B flight being the remaining heats
which were run after the A flightinaking for shorter
waits at (be pool for most swimmers.
Jeremy Knowles made the C finalin the 2001M, the B
final in the 100 fly, and the A final in the 200 fly where the
finished 6th in a 2:01.60.
The event was won by Michael Phelps in 1:55.7 who is
the current world record holder in the event.
The Bahamas had two relays represented at the meet
with Alana Dillette, Alicia Lightbourne, Jenna Chaplin,
and Nikia Deveaux swimming in the 4 x 100 medley
where they finished second in their heat, and-Nikia, Ali-
cia, Teisha, and Alana swimming the 4.x 100 free which
finished 4th in their heat.
Andy and Nancy Knowles went ascoaches and man
agers along with the much needed and appreciated assis-
tance of Andre and Theda Weech and Tony Rolle who
helped with the driving, supervision, and organization.
It was an important meet for our swimmers as they
gainkonfidence while learning to compete with the best
and to prepare them for next summer's Pan Am Ganies.
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could do about it.
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Make time for romance with your
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some alone time with you. If you're
not attached, now is the time to seek
out a new mate.
PISCES -.Feb 19/Mar20
You're feeling better than ever,
Pisces. Build upon your burst of
energy by starting a new project
around the house.


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SATURDAY
DECEMBER 9

ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Stop worrying about what you can't
change, Aries. Focus your attention
on those things that are in your con-
trol, like your finances. Start saving
for a big purchase.
TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Hold onto your hate Taurus; things
are going to be a whirlwind this
week. Many people will be vying for
your time, and you'll need to sched-
ule most of them in.
GEMINI Ma 22/Jun 21
Think hard before you give a friend
e ouyou vo d our
have an ulterior motive? Don't cause
added problems'
CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Things are looking up, Cancer. You
just need to hang m there a little while
longer to nde out a storm that has been
brewmg. Friends and family are a con-
tmued source of support.
LEO Jul 23/Aug 23
You can't always get what you want,
Leo, but this week things seem to
fall into place. Your every desire is
granted, almost as if a fairy god-
mother is watching over you.

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for you this week, Virgo. Before
jumping inito a new relationship,
. examine all the sides.
LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Your romantic partifer thinks a break
is in order, Libra. You're not that
inclined to agree, but will go ahead
with the plan anyway to keep con-
versations peaceful.
SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
You have a new outlook on life,
Scorpion, and it's a positive one.
Things seem awfully manageable
and within reach. Right now is a time
to realize your dreams.
SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
Mediation is no longer an option
for a relationship that cannot be
salvaged, Sagittarius. Cut your ties
and do so quickly. The neater the
loose ends the better.
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You've been the center of a conflict
between two people, Capricorn.
While you thought you were actmg
correctly, you've actually been self
ish in your pursuits.


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LIFE Whoopi Goldberg, Nigel Hawthome. Santa Claus picks Robert Moloney. Premiere. A storekeeper leams the tale meaning of
a cynical TV producer to replace him. (CC) Christmas. (CC)
MSNBC Iny: The For God and Country: A Maritie MSNBC Reports Hidden camera Meet the Press (CC)
MSIMBC Runaways Sniper's Story (N) operation.
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Covina, Call the house. (N) essics. (N)
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TNT IC (1997, Drama) Tyler, Members of a fellowship battle evil Sauron and his pawns. (CC)
(CC)
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TOON CHRISTMAS tion/animated. A oy sees cartoon characters in the real world. ed a Robot" Hungerforce
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USA volta. An FBI agent and a violent Cooper. An amnesiac agent is marked for death after a botched hit. (CC)
terrorist switch identities.
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0 Van end thelf think the worst when Eric Is late judges choose the winner. A (CC) Edition With Peter Thome and
partnership. (N) coming home from work. .Mary Murphy (CC)
:00) CSI: Miami CSI: Miani "Dead Zone" A treasure Stone Undercover Taking Care of Red Sox This Red Sox Stories
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ROUGHNESS devastate Thailand in 2004. A (CC) Fltst Look (CC) debt. (N) A (CC)
Boiling Kassim AAA ASSAULT ON PRECINCT13 (2005, Action) Ethan Hawke, Lau- +A IMAGINARY HEROES (2004,
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main Taylor. A tion to kill a gangster A (CC) Hirsch, Je Daniels. A 'R' (CC)


(:15) ft THE TH ING ABOUT MY FOLKS (2005, A As NECESSARY ROUGHNESS 1991, Comedy) Scott Bakula, Hector
800- Comedy-Drama) Peter Falk. A man and his father bond Elizondo, Robert Loggia. A 34-year-old farmer aids a failing college foot-
during a road trip. A 'PG-13' (CC) ball team. A 'PG-13 (CC)
A is JUST FRIENDS (2005, Romance-Come- + As EMPIRE FALLS (2005, Drama) (Part 2 of 2) Ed A As THE
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hool crush. A 'PG-13' (CC) abound in a declining New England town. A (CC) R' (CC)
(6:05) AAA (:15) A MIONSTER-IN-LAW (2005, Romance-Comedy) Jennifer Lopez, itts KING KONG (2005) Naomi
MAX-E OCEAN'S Jane Fonda, Michael Vartan. A shrewish woman clashes whh her son's fi- Watts. A beauty tames a savage
TWELVE (2004) ancee. A 'PG-13' (CC) beast. A 'PG-13' (CC)
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MOMAX Hannigan. A hopeless romantic faces many obstacles lette, Shirley MacLaine. A sexy partyer clashes with her serious-minded
in her courtship. A 'PG-13' (CC) sister. A 'PG-13' (CC)
(:05) A As THE LONGEST YARD (2005, Comedy) Sleeper Cell: American Terror "Al- Dexter "Truth Be Told" (iTV Killer
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against the guards. A 'PG-13' (CC) a terror suspect. (N) (N) A (CC)


SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 9, 2006

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

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8 WFOR ebaty news. (N) Gideon and the team pursues a his family fights to prove his innocence. (N) A (CC)
A (CC) chameleonlike killer. (CC)
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W WTVJ ood (N) der's father arrives in ew York to have senous repercussions for practitioner faces charges when a
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S WSVN Weekend Coasf (N) A spond to a bur- FIghts Back Florida police search
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S WPLG tune "Wheel most Didn't Happen (N) A (CC) tasy) Jim Carrey, Jefirey Tambor, Christine Baranski. A curmudgeon hates
Watchers Club" the Christmas-loving Whos of Whoville. A (CC)

(:00) Flin This FIIp This House'Rancho Monte- RIp This House Team's stakeout Flip This House "Histo~ Lesson'
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rant renovation.
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. HALL Mary Steenburgen, Harry Dead Stanton. An angel tnes Dorie Barton, Sally Struthem. Premiere. Lawyer toes to impress his fi-
to help a woman plagued with dificulties, ancee's dubious family. (CC)
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LIFE Young, Perry King, Lucia Walters. A woman struggles Tom Irwin. Two very different men vie for a widow's attentions. (CC)
to adopt her orphaned relatives. (CC)
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