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Publication Date: 5/12/2007
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Nomination fopr US Amassaor


President Bush


picks Florida


businessman


US PRESIDENT George
Bush has nominated anoth-
er Florida businessman to
be the new United States
Ambassador to The
Bahamas.
Ned Siegel is a prominent
fund-raiser for Florida Gov-
ernor Jeb Bush, brother of
President Bush, and other
Republican'candidates and
committees. Mr Siegel was a
"Ranger" for the Bush-
Cheney campaign in 2004,
meaning that he contributed
at least $200,000 to the
GOP presidential campaign.
He is also the "public del-
egate" in the US mission to
the U.N. General Assembly.
Mr Siegel's nomination
has been sent to the United
States Senate for advice and
consent. Following Senate
confirmation, Mr Siegel will
present his credentials to
Governor General A D
Hanna.
In the interim, Dr Brent
Hardt will continue to lead
the United States Embassy
as Charge d'Affaires.
Mr Siegel, a resident of
Boca Raton, Florida, is
founder and Chairman of
The Siegel Group, a real
estate investment and man-
agement group. He has
served the United States as
Senior Adviser to the U.S.


Mission to the United
Nations for the UN General
Assembly and as a member
of the Board of Directors of
the Overseas Private Invest-
ment Corporation.
Mr Siegel has also served
as member of the Board for
Enterprise Florida, a pub-
lic/private partnership pro-
moting Florida's economic
development.
Mr Siegel has served as
member, board member or
trustee of more than 25 civic
organizations.
He is on the National
Board of Directors for the
Republican Jewish Coali-
tion, is co-president of the
Jewish National Fund and
is a Trustee of the Institute
for the Study of Global
Anti-Semitism and Policy.
He is a founding member
of the Treva Brogan Edu-
cational Institute, which
provides scholarships for
disadvantaged youth, and
has served on the Boards of
St Andrew's and Pine Crest
Schools in Boca Raton and
been an adviser to New
York University and
the University of Pennsyl-
vania.
He and his wife,
Stephanie, have three chil-
dren Justin, Joshua and
Jillian.


Two questioned

in connection

with shooting

* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter /___
ABACO police are questioning two men on that island in con-
nection with the shooting of a 17-year-old resident of the Mudd
who was airlifted to New Providence on Thursday for medical
attention.
Assistant Superintendent of Police Loretta Mackey said
police have two men, ages 24 and 19 years, in custody for ques-
tioning.
She said a third man is being sought by police.
The victim, who has not been identified, is listed in serious but
stable condition at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
According to reports, officers at the Marsh Harbour Police
Station received a report of a shooting at Goombay Park around
8.21pm on Thursday.
On arrival in the area, police discovered a black male lying on
the ground in the park with what appeared to be gunshot
wounds to the left shoulder and arm.
The victim was taken to the Marsh Harbour Clinic for med-
ical attention.
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* A YOUNG man checks out some of the Mother's Day baskets and gift items yesterday at a ven-
dor by RM Bailey Park. Bahamians across the country are preparing for the special day on Sun-
day.
(Photo: Tim Clarke/Tribune staff)


Pastor calls for strict immigration policy
By BRENT DEAN regularise those Haitians who knows. I believe that once it
crese residencv tatus and is enunciated clearly and


IN THE wake of the ever
expanding Haitian slums and
shanty towns throughout
New Providence, and other
major islands in the
Bahamas, a local pastor is
calling on government to
bring forward and follow
through on a clear and strict
immigration policy that will


deport the thousands of
remaining illegals in The
Bahainas.
Rev Cedric Moss, pastor
of Kingdom Life Church, and
an outspoken social critic,
made these statements in and
interview with The Tribune.
-It is a necessity that the
policy is enunciated clearly
and widely so that everybody


widely, individuals should be
given a specific reasonable
amnesty period to leave who
don't qualify. And once that
period is up, there should be
a sustained humane round-
ing up and deportation," he
said.
The outspoken pastor told
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Perry Christie

congratulates
Kerzner on

the opening
of Phase III

FORMER Prime Minister
Perry Christie, speaking on
behalf of his party, congratu-
lated Kerzner International
on the occasion of last night's
grand opening of the highly-
anticipated Phase III at Par-
adise Island.
"We note by the grand
opening of Kerzner's Phase
III that our efforts have con-
tributed to the positive impact
of that success and we offer
the best wishes of the official
opposition to the Kerzner
organisation now and into the
future," Mr Christie said.
While in office, he said, the
PLP administration recog-
nised the value of the Kerzner
product to the national
tourism industry and took care
to ensure its continued suc-
cess.
The completed Phase III
was revealed to the public last
night in a star-studded open-
ing ceremony, which includ-
ed a "mini concert" by Janet
Jackson and a fireworks dis-
play.
Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham was scheduled to
officially open the resort by
cutting the ribbon last night.
Mr Ingraham was also the
one to do the honours when
Phases I and II opened.
At the heart of Phase III
sits "The Cove", a 600-room
high-end luxury suite hotel.
Guests of the resort are
also able to enjoy new 30,000
square foot Mandera Spa, two
night clubs and the 63-acre
water park Aquaventure.


SIf Police officer arrested
S-' in connection with
allegations of sexual
intercourse with two

-_ girls aged 13 and 14


M By PAUL G
TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
A POLICE officer has been
arrested and questioned in
connection with allegations of
having sexual intercourse with
two girls one 13, the other
14 years of age in Grand
Bahama, The Tribune has
learned.
The officer has reportedly
been arrested on allegations
of sodomy and is expected to
he charged before the courts
next week.
The officer has yet to be
identified by police press offi-
cials, who remain tight-lipped
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Prison to host

correctional

summit
HER Majesty's Prison will
host the five-day Caribbean
Correctional Summit begin-
ning May 14 at the Royal
Bahamas Police Force con-
ference centre on East Street.
The theme is "From isola-
tion to integration: pathways
to corrections".
The police and Defence
Force will also participate.
It will feature presenters
from Guyana, Jamaica, St
Lucia, the United States, and
Canada.
Issues to be discussed
include
Changing criminal think-
ing a second look
Retribution versus
restoration
Ethics in law enforcement
Custody versus treatment
- forging a partnership
Maintaining discipline in a
time of change


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Mama Pray for Me
It was a quiet Saturday evening, we were sailing for
hours. I reflected back to when I purchased a dress
for my mother for Mother's Day. It was very pretty. I
hope so much to see her in it.

Our boat was attack by Cuban Mig Jet Fighters, we
cried and screamed for help, my mind ran on my
mother. The thing that came to me was Mama pray
for me, God must have heard her prayer. I told the
guys let's pray, even though we lost four(4) or our
comrades our lives were spared.

The Mother am speaking of is Mrs. Rhonda ,
Farrington of Alice Town, Eleuthera. Both her arid
my father the late Mr. Cladwell Farrington told us to
pray and trust God. Could you imagine the news
that Sunday, Mother's Day, it was three of us from
Alice Town, Maynard Miller, Dencil Clarke and
myself.

I will like to take this time to let my friends and co-
workers who are mothers, know that on this
mothers day they are not alone, and that they have
great sons who will always care about them.

Mother's love and respect your children, keep telling
them of the goodness of God. Children, take care
of your Mothers/Parents.

Cladwell Farrington
Former Defense Force Marine
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0 In brief

Gold Rock
Creek Bridge
closed due
to safety
concerns

DUE to safety concerns,
the Bahamas National
Trust has closed the Gold
Rock Creek Bridge at the
Lucayan National Park.
"This closure is neces-
sary, despite the best
efforts of park staff and
volunteers to repair the
structure, badly damaged
in two hurricanes," said
the Trust in a statement
issued yesterday.
"Visitors can still access
the beach via the intrigu-
ing mangrove boardwalk.
The Trust is working with
the BNT's Grand Bahama
Regional Committee and
members of the communi-
ty to raise funds to replace
the bridge," the statement
said.
"We appreciate your
patience and support as we
work to make this hap-
pen."

Man dies in
hospital after
shooting
A YOUNG man who
was shot several times
while sleeping earlier this
week died in hospital ear-
ly Friday morning.
His death raised the
number of homicides so
far this year to 31.
The country's latest
homicide victim has been
identified as Corey
Bethel, 18, of Bamboo
Town,
According to police
reports, Bethel was asleep
at his home around 4am
on Thursday when some-
one fired shots through his
bedroom window.
Bethel received gunshot
wounds to his body.
He was taken to hospi-
tal where he died of his
injuries shortly before 5
o'clock Friday morning,
according to police press
liaison officer Walter
Evans.
Police are still investi-
gating this incident.

Armed Uzbek
man takes
hostages at
Russian
embassy in
Costa Rica
* SAN JOSE, Costa Rica
AN ARMED Uzbek man
took Russia's ambassador and
seven others hostage Friday at
the Russian Embassy, later
releasing five amid tense nego-
tiations, officials said, according
to Associated Press.
Russian Ambassador Valery
three still being held, federal
police spokesman Francisco
Ruiz said.
Security Minister Fernando
Berrocal told Channel 6 News
that five people had been
freed. He said that Niko-
layenko was in a secure room
in the building and that his
"security hasn't been compro-
mised."
In Russia, the ITAR-Tass
news agency quoted the
ambassador as saying by tele-
phone "at the present time we
and the police are investigat-
ing the situation."
Hostage negotiators were
talking with the suspect, and
police surrounded the four-sto-
ry building, which is located
near several other embassies,
including that of Venezuela.
Immigration spokeswoman
Heidi Bonilla told The Associ-
ated Press the hostage-taker
was Roman Bogdanyans, a
Kazakhstan native who arrived


in Costa Rica in 2005.
Costa Rican media gave con-
flicting reports about why the
suspect took the hostages.
Some said he was angry that a
visa request had been reject-
ed, while others claimed his
family had been a victim of
fraud.

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Cuba accuses

US of violating

international

anti-terrorism

treaties with

Posada's release
HAVANA
CUBA accused the U.S. gov-
ernment on Friday of violating
international anti-terrorism treaties
by allowing Luis Posada Carriles, a
man Havana accuses of violent acts
against the country, to walk free of
all charges after an immigration
indictment against him was
dropped, according to Associated
Press.
"The U.S. government has not
only violated its own laws and sup-
posed commitment to its self-pro-
claimed 'War Against Terrorism,'
but also to its own international
obligations," said a government
declaration published Friday in the
Communist Party newspaper Gran-
ma.
The declaration detailed several
international treaties it said the
United States had violated, but did
not say whether it would take any
diplomatic action.
The 79-year-old Posada was
freed of all charges on Tuesday
when a U.S. district judge threw
out an immigration indictment
against him, accusing the U.S. gov-
ernment of "fraud, deceit and trick-
ery" while trying to buy time for a
separate criminal investigation.
Detained on immigration
charges in March 2005, the Cuban-
born Posada had been awaiting tri-
al in Texas on charges of lying to
U.S. immigration officials. He was
freed on bond last month pending
his court appearance, but until
Tuesday was still under house arrest
and had been required to wear an
electronic monitoring device.
"We'll have to see now what the
White House does," the Cuban
declaration said. "It still has the
option to fulfill its international
obligations to detain Luis Posada
Carriles and extradite him to the
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela."
Havana accuses Posada of
orchestrating a string of 1997
Havana hotel bombings, which
killed an Italian tourist, and in the
1976 bombing of a Cuban airliner
)- that killed 73 people.
Venezuela is seeking to extra-
dite Posada in the jetliner explo-
sion, but a U.S. federal judge ruled
that Posada cannot be sent there
or to Cuba for fear he may be tor-
tured.
Accusing the U.S. government
of hypocrisy, the Cuban declara-
tion noted that "meanwhile, it
maintains a prison in part of the
territory it occupies in Cuba in
Guantanamo and maintains pris-
ons in the length and breadth of
the planet
where the most aberrant
and inhumane acts are committed."


Residents claim power cuts




are making life a 'misery'


FAMILIES in a Nassau
suburb claim their lives
are being "made a
misery" by constant power
cuts.
For three months, electrici-
ty outages at Seabreeze


Estates have left residents in
despair, it was claimed yes-
terday.
The hardest-hit area is Sea-
grape Avenue, where resi-
dents in a whole block suffer
power failures day and night,


sometimes for two hours at a
time.
"It makes life very diffi-
cult," said Mr Kirtland
Bethel. He said that he and
his wife frequently have to
sit in the dark during the


evenings after getting home
from work.
"We get these power cuts
sometimes two or three times
a day, and even during the
night. Our neighbour just had
an electric pump burn up
because of this."

Calls
To make matters worse,
BEC fails to return calls when
the families complain, he said.
Most of, he time, they have to
contend with an answerphone
message.
Mr Bethel said: "We have
left names and numbers so
they can talk to us, but we
have not received a call from
them yet. We just can't do
anything. We just sit in the
dark until it comes back on."
Mr Bethel said he had been
living at Seabreeze for 17


years, but electricity problems
had only become acute in
recent months. He believes a
faulty transformer at the end
of the road could be to blame.
"The.last three months
have been really terrible.
"My wife rings BEC regu-
larly and I call them, too.
When it goes off at six or sev-
en at night, we ring an emer-
gency number, but all we get
is a recording. We just can't
get in touch with anyone to
complain."
Other residents hard-hit by
the problem are John Ellis,
Paul Knowles, Millie Wong
and Mark Bethel, who all live
in the Seagrape Avenue area.
They, too, are anxious to find
a solution.
A call to BEC's general
manager Kevin Basden was
not returned up until press
time.


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FINAL submissions have now been made in
the appeal against the murder conviction and
sentencing of Maxo Tido.
The case was adjourned yesterday, pending a
ruling by the Court of Appeal.
Tido was the first convict to be sentenced after
a landmark ruling by the Privy Council in 2006,
which held that the mandatory death penalty in
the Bahamas was unconstitutional.
In March, 2006, Tido was found guilty by unan-
imous decision of the murder of 16-year-old
Donnell Conover, who reportedly died as a result
of a crushed skull and lacerations to the brain.
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Road. Tido was sentenced in April, 2006 by Jus-
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After citing the heinous nature and circum-
stances surrounding Conover's death, Justice
Allen ruled that the death penalty was appro-
priate.
It was the first time since the Privy Council
had ruled against the Bahamas' mandatory death
penalty leaving sentencing to the discretion of
the trial judge that a Bahamian judge had
handed down the death sentence to a convicted
murderer.
Tido's lawyers then appealed his conviction
and death sentence. Tido's appeal hearing began
last October.
Court of Appeal president Dame Joan Sawyer
noted yesterday that it might be some time
before a ruling is made as the court is experi-
encing a backlog of cases.


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The Tribune Limited
NULLIUS ADDICTS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound to Swear to The Dogmas of No Master

LEONE. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903-1914

SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, Kt., O.B.E., K.M., K.C.S.G.,
(Hon.) LL.D., D.Litt.

Publisher/Editor 1919-1972
Contributing Editor 1972-1991

EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON, C.M.G., M.S., B.A., LL.B.
Publisher/Editor 1972-

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Sowing the substance of life


LIVING WHERE we do, it can be hard to
tell how ordinary our Sun is, shining dimly in
our ordinary galaxy. Then comes something
to remind us. This time it is a colossal super-
nova, called SN 2006gy, the brightest ever
recorded.
A supernova is an exploding star. This
one, first observed last September, lies about
240 million light-years from us in the con-
stellation Perseus. The explosion was per-
haps 100 times more powerful than an ordi-
nary supernova, and the star that exploded
may have been 150 times the Sun's mass,
"freakishly massive," as one astronomer put
it. A photograph of SN 2006gy shows that it
vastly outshines the entire galaxy in which it
is located. This takes some imagining.
But so does the nature of the explosion
itself, which puzzled observers at first. The
usual explanations could not account for a
supernova on this scale, nor was this the pre-
dictable demise of such a massive star.
Instead, this anomalous explosion seems to
offer a glimpse into one of the essential con-


editions for the universe we observe the
dispersal of heavy elements like carbon and
iron. What we are witnessing in SN 2006gy
may be the making of the very atomic stuff
out of which we ourselves are made. We are
used to the notion that looking at the stars
means looking back in time. Looking at SN
2006gy may mean looking at one of the fun-
damental processes in a much earlier uni-
verse.
Astronomers point to an analogous star in
our own galaxy, Eta Carinae, about 7,500
light-years away. It is similar in size, and sim-
ilar in instability, to the star that turned,
dying, into SN 2006gy. There is a possibility
that Eta Carinae may itself die a similar,
extraordinary death. It is perhaps unwise to
hope for grand celestial events in one's life-
time. Stunning discoveries from the past
should be enough. But it is tempting to won-
der what such a nearby supernova, on such a
scale, would be like, how it would be to live
under such an altered sky.


WHEN DRUG and alcohol abusers end
up in jail, the costs to society go well beyond
the high price tag of incarceration itself.
Prison time can unravel an offender's entire'
family while rendering him or her all but
unemployable upon release. So initiatives
that pull addicts back from the brink repre-
sent money well spent.
Drug courts, which offer non-violent drug
offenders a last chance to avoid prison, hold
particular promise, because close supervi-
sion by a judge tends to concentrate the
minds of offenders and persuaded them to
seek treatment.
Yet even though many in law enforcement
praise drug courts as a way to hold down
recidivism, these programmes are still a
stretch for a criminal justice system designed
primarily to assess a suspect's guilt and mete
out punishments. And old habits are reassert-
ing themselves at drug courts' expense.
The Boston Globe reported last week that
state Probation Commissioner John J.
O'Brien has sought to curtail drug court ses-
sions, saying the benefits achieved do not
justify the added work for probation offi-
cers.
Also, Boston Municipal Court department
Chief Justice Charles R. Johnson has pro-
hibited judges in the South Boston, Dorch-
ester, and Roxbury drug courts from con-
ducting reviews of defendants' cases in pri-
vate. Johnson told the newspaper he sup-
ports drug courts but thinks all court business
should be conducted openly. Yet drug court
works only if offenders and judges can build


confidence in each other, and that is less'
likely when all proceedings occur in a public
setting.
Ideally, the courts would not need to dab-
ble in social work. BUt when society skimps
, on drug treatment, child welfare, or mental
health services, more arrests are the pre-
dictable result. The criminal justice system
should not be the social-work system of last
resort, but it does need to respond nimbly to
the mix of cases that come before it.
Northeastern University criminologist Jack
McDevitt notes that jurisdictions nationwide
are setting up specialized courts such as
drug courts and gun courts to deal with
specific problems. The "one-size-fits-all mod-
el" of criminal justice, he says, is increasing-
ly being rejected across the-country. But that
process isn't painless; though drug courts are
likely to cut costs over time, they require
money and human effort in the short term. If
drug courts are taking too much of probation
officers' time, the answer isn't to retreat; it's
to find a way to make things work.
There are limits to what drug courts can
achieve. "If you've got a 20-year heroin
addict," McDevitt says, "chances are, drug
court isn't going to save him." But plenty of
offenders aren't that far gone. Judges and
probation officers are performing a profound
public service when they intervene in the
messy lives of people who would otherwise
cycle in and out of jail.
(These articles are from The New York
Times and The Boston Globe c. 2007)


EDITOR, The Tribune.
MY FELLOW Bahamians:
Our forefathers fought for
majority rule. Keeping this in
mind, on May 2, 2007, we, col-
lectively, the majority, the peo-
ple of The Bahamas, spoke
together, we all chose the Gov-
ernment of the Commonwealth
of The Bahamas for the next
five years. Whether we like the
winning party or not, we must
accept the outcome, it is as sim-
ple as that!
Therefore, from this point on,
we must put aside our party dif-
ferences and move on to the
next level. If you are 50 years
old now, in five years you will
be 55 years old, if it is God's
will. Question: What are your
plans for the next five years?
Our country has a problem
far greater than party politics.
No matter which party is the
Government of The Bahamas,
it can only be as successful with
the support of the people of
The Bahamas! There is no oth-
er way!
One of the biggest downfalls
of our people is that we do not
offer the best service to visitors
to our country. Many people
have complained that the ser-
vice here is poor. These people
deserve better service from the
people of The Bahamas
because they pump billions of
dollars into our economy, and
we must give it to them. Too
many of us want their money,
but, we do not want to work
hard enough to earn it. This
must stop and it must stop now!
People have a choice where
they can spend their vacation.
The Bahamas are not the only
islands in the sun. We know that
better than the tourists because
many of us do not take advan-
tage of the family of islands in
The Bahamas. At every oppor-
tunity, we jump on the plane
and head to the US. Well if we
continue to give bad service to
our visitors, they might just
catch on to that, and decide to
stop coming here altogether.
It is imperative that the Gov-
ernment of The Bahamas con-


EDITOR, The Tribune.

I AM once again grateful
for the use of this medium
to express my humble opin-
ion. The Free National
Movement has been ushered
in as the government of the
Bahamas and sincere con-
gratulations are in order.
What a peaceful general
election, all things consid-
ered, a clear demonstration
of the political maturity that


sider taking away the 15 per
cent from all checks in restau-
rants so that workers can-earn
their pay "the old fashion way."
Cab drivers ought not to be
able to charge an initial fee
from the moment you sit in
their cabs. Some of these cab
drivers make more than the
man or women who went to
university. Many years ago, it
was very difficult for a Bahami-
an to catch a cab, now they
would carry a cat if they had to.
We need to clean up our act if
we are going to survive as a
nation.
Another big complaint from
our visitors is that there are no
decent restaurants on Grand
Bahama island. You do not get
value for the money you pay.
The choice is very limited and
the service stinks along with it.
No more do workers go out of
their way to "wow" their cus-
tomers. You almost feel like
you are bothering them when
you need to ask for something
which ought to be there in the
first instance.
Our attitude also needs
changing. Most Bahamian
women only want a job in an
office!
They resent having to serve
someone.
They want to make the mon-
ey, but they are not prepared
to serve their customers.
Go into most stores on Grand
Bahama either the girls are
on their cell phones (which by
the way ought to be barred
from use while on duty), chat-
ting with one of their friends
who came by to visit them, or
eating their lunch.
Some of them don't even
bother to ask if they can help
you with' something special.
They assume that you are just
window shopping.
We need to understand the
importance of paying our bills
and repaying our bank loans


has been nurtured by the
Bahamian electorate.
It is certainly an exciting
time for the Bahamas in
general, and without
attempting to appear self-
ish, North Eleuthera in par-
ticular.
I am optimistic that the
work and economic expan-
sion begun by the previous
administration will contin-
ue and indeed be taken to
even higher levels. I am


and stop burdening our MPs
with these trivial matters when
the bank threatens to put us in
court. If we make an agreement,
we have to live up to it. Let the
MPs go about the business of
this country.
How do you expect them to
have a successful term if you
continue to burden them with
your personal matters? At the
end of their term you ask,
"What has X party done for the
last five years?"
I learned a great deal of
things during the weeks lead-
ing up to Election Day and even
more shortly afterwards. Peo-
ple who were the best of friends
put a lot of distance between
them.
I was shocked to hear one of
my friends say that he did riot
want to be bothered with any-
one from the opposition party,
only people from the ruling par-
ty. The sad thing is that he for-
got one thing; he depends on
customers from both parties to
put food on his table, gas in his
car and to pay his bills.
Imagine how he would starve
if he only depended on cus-
tomers from one side of the
political divide.
My challenge to the Bahami-
an people is this for the next
five years, learn all you can
about the history of The
Bahamas; pick up and read the
constitution of The Bahamas.
It was disappointing to watch
how some of our people carried
on once the results of the elec-
tion were in. They spoke about
the opposition party as if they
had never voted them in, in the
last election.
We have a lot of work to do if
we are going keep this country
as successful as it has been for
the past two hundred and sev-
enty-six years.
Whenever a man does good
no one remembers, whenever
a man does bad, no one forgets.
Pass this on to every Bahami-
an you know.
KELLY B
Nassau,
May, 2007.


excited that North
Eleuthera should be well
represented by our Senior
member of Parliament the
Honourable Alvin Smith
and looked upon favourably
by other high officials in the
Free National Movemeni
government hierarchy, whc
has close ties to this area, as
the gateway for further eco-
nomic transformation anc
development.
All and sundry will agree
that this new mandate deliv-
ered to The Right Hon-
ourable Hubert Ingraham
signals a confidence that he
will provide empowerment
to the disenfranchised and
facilitate opportunities for
ordinary persons like myself
to realise their dreams and
aspirations as business oper-
ators and certainly stake-
holders.
As a local resident I would
be grateful if the whole issue
as it relates to Crown land
be addressed at the earliest
opportunity, and the Glass
Window Bridge, please
incoming Minister of Works
take a look at a serious acci-
dent just awaiting to hap-
pen.
Let us in the spirit of bi-
partisanship and the letter
of an all encompassing gov-
ernment for each citizen of
this country not withstand-
ing his or her politics to seek
to move forward with pride
and dignity.

KENDALL A NEELY
Bluff,
North Eleuthera,
May 5, 2007.


Hooked on the status quo


An exciting time for


the Bahamas in general


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0 In brief
. ...'... . ..........................

Profiles
wanted for
Back to
School
supplement

THE Tribune will be pub-
lishing its annual 'Back to
School' supplement in
August/September. In prepa-
ration for the supplement,
which will feature graduating
seniors attending universi-
ty/college, whether locally or
abroad, we invite all parents,
guardians and graduating
seniors to submit a profile on
ihe graduating seniors, along
with a photograph and con-
tact information.
The profile should include:
Name of student
Age
Name of parents
A list of exams already
taken and the results e.g. -
Bahamas Junior Certificate
(BCs) exams and Pitman
exams
A list of exams expected
to be taken Bahamas
General Certificate of Sec-
ondary Education
(BGCSE) exams
The college/university
they expect to attend e.g. -
College of the Bahamas,
Harvard University, Uni-
versity of Miami
Name of degree expect-
ed to be sought e.g .-
Bachelors degree in Eng-
lish, Bachelors degree in
Biology
What career they expect
to enter once their educa-
tion is completed a doctor,
Mathematics teacher, engi-
neer
All extracurricular activi-
ties club memberships,
team sports/track and field,
church activities
A list of
honours/awards/recognition
student has received
Please forward all infor-
mation to Yolanda Dele-
veaux, Tribune Features Edi-
tor at email ybdele-
v,6a~x@trib.unemedia.n, ,,.
please note Back To School..
in the subject line. The infrr-
mation may, also be hand
delivered or mailed in:
Back To School,
The Tribune,
Shirley and Deveaux
Streets,
P 0 Box N-3207,
Nassau, Bahamas.

Nobel laureate
Yunus says
war on terror
has sapped
attention from
anti-poverty
efforts
N CARACAS, Venezuela
NOBEL Peace Prize winner
Muhammad Yunus said Friday
the global fight against terrorism
has taken away momentum from
efforts to combat world poverty,
according to Associated Press.
The Bangladeshi economist
lamented that there is a long way
to go to meet the Millennium
Development Goals set by the
United Nations, which include
reducing extreme poverty by half
by 2015.
"The whole thing came with
enormous enthusiasm ... but that
enthusiasm got delayed along the
way," Yunus told reporters dur-
ing a news conference in the
Venezuelan capital. "Attention
went into the war on terror
rather than the war on poverty."
He said resources and the
attention of global leaders
"became focused on the war on
terror rather than on helping
achieve the millennium goals."
Yunus, who was in Caracas
for an event organized by a
Venezuelan bank, also met with
President Hugo Chavez and was
presented with the Order of the
Liberator, the nation's highest
honor.
"We firmly believe in one
common thing: creating a world


which will be free from pover-
ty," Yunus said at a joint news
conference, adding that Chavez
was, "inspiring everybody
around the world to take this
mission seriously."
Chavez praised Yunus, saying
that "few times has the Nobel
Prize gone to such deserving
hands" and reiterating his gov-
ernment's long-term goal of
"zero poverty."
Yunus shared the 2006 Nobel
Peace Prize with his Grameen
Bank for efforts to help the poor
through tiny loans called micro-
credits.


'Frightening' implications for the




Caribbean in climate change report


* By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE implications for the Caribbean
region of a recent report on climate
change are "frightening", according to
the director of the Caribbean Commu-
nity Climate Change Centre (CCCCC).
The fourth assessment report of the
International Panel on Climate Change
(IPCC) shows that Caribbean agricul-
tural, health and tourism sectors could be
seriously impacted.
The report strengthened previous
assertions that small islands are espe-
cially vulnerable to the effects of global
warming.
And the Caribbean region as a whole
has a "low capacity to adapt" to the pre-
dicted changes, according the science
adviser to the CCCCC, Ulric Trotz.
Regional politicians were knocked at a
conference presenting the report at the
end of last month for not getting more


A ONE of a kind ecosys-
tem has been established in
the heart of Nassau nestled
between downtown and Cable
Beach.
A team from the Ministry
of Tourism visited Earth Vil-
lage to witness the marvel
first-hand, which includes air-
plants native fruit trees, exot-
ic birds, butterflies, historic
ruins, wells and more.
On the tour were: tourism
director general Vernice
Walkine, senior director
Geneva Cooper, director of
special projects ad events
Janet Johnson and director of
onshore communications Alli-
son Frasier.
They were guided by Terry
Miller, executive director of
the Bahamas Association for
Social Health.
"The adventure continued
with fascinating discoveries
about a natural and delicately


Agriculture, health and tourism 'could be seriously impacted'


involved in helping to fight damaging
climate change trends.
Among the effects projected in the
document are inundation and erosion -
particularly of beaches from rising sea
levels as well as higher incidences of
debilitating ciguatera fish poisoning and
damage to coral reefs, due to rising sea
temperatures.
The reef and beach related concerns
could further have a negative impact on
visitor numbers in the tourism-depen-
dent region, said the report.
The possibility of increased drought -
resulting in reduced soil quality due to
rising salt levels as well as a possibly
serious impact on water supplies and
therefore island economies resulting
from decreased overall rainfall, are all


eco-balanced environment,"
said the village's caretakers in
a statement. "One of the last
remaining coppice forests in
the Bahamas."
The statement noted that
there are a number of daily
special events at Earth Vil-
lage, including "Mommy and
Me" buggy strolls, a children's
play time, and a petting
zoo.
"Outdoor education
includes many native and cul-
tural interactive with an
emphasis on conservation.
Horse lovers of all ages can
trail ride or train with profes-

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outlined.
Conditions favourable to diseases such
as malaria, dengue fever and cholera are
also set to increase, it said.
Decreasing rainfall and poor soil qual-
ity feed into scientists' predictions of
crop failures, resulting in food scarcity
and rising importation costs in the region.
However, as a country which does not
produce a significant portion of the food
it consumes, this particular prediction
would not be considered of serious con-
cern to the Bahamas.
A professor at the University of West
Indies has called for more climate change
research to be focused on the Caribbean
region. In particular, on developing
regional models for forecasting and
assessing the impact in the Caribbean.


sionals," it said, adding that
more information is available
at 356-2274.
Earth Village is a project
undertaken by the Bahamas
Association for Social Health
(BASH).


There are currently no regional mod-
els for sea level rise, for example.
"We need to find out what are the
major factors causing temperature
increases in the Caribbean and we need
to use a statistical downscaling model
that is designed for the Caribbean. The
one that we use is really designed for
temperate climates," Prof Anthony Chen
told Radio Jamaica.
Chen was one of the academics who
contributed to the recently published
fourth IPCC report.
Meanwhile, other regional scientists
have called for a change in individual
behaviour that can impact climate
change, and greater political interven-
tion at the highest levels to mitigate the
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* LOS ANGELES
FILMMAKER Michael Moore
has asked the Bush administration
to call off an investigation of his
trip to Cuba to get treatment for
ailing Sept. 11 rescue workers for a
segment in his upcoming health-
care expose, "Sicko", according to
Associated Press.
Moore, who made the hit docu-
mentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" assail-
ing President George W. Bush's
handling of the terror attacks of
Sept. 11, 2001, said in a letter to
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry
Paulson on Fridaythat t he White
House may have opened the inves-
tigation for political reasons.
"For five and a half years, the
Bush administration has ignored
and neglected the heroes of the
9/11 community," Moore said in
the letter, which he posted on the
liberal Web site Daily Kos. "These
heroic first responders have been
left to fend for themselves, with-
out coverage and without care.
"I understand why the-Bush
administration is coming after me -
I have tried to help the very people
they refuse to help, but until
George W. Bush outlaws helping
your fellow man, I have broken no
laws and I have nothing to hide."
Harvey Weinstein, whose Wein-
stein Co. is releasing "Sicko," told
The Associated Press the movie is
a "healing film" that could bring
opponents together over the ills of
America's health-care system.
"This time, we didn't want the
fight, because the movie unites
both sides," Weinstein said. "We've
shown the movie to Republicans.
Both sides of the bench love the
film. The pharmaceutical industry
won't like the movie. HMOs will
try to run us out of town, but that's
not relevant to the situation.
"The whole campaign this time
was not to be incendiary. It was,
can Michael Moore bring both
sides together?"
The health-care industry Moore
skewers in "Sicko" was a major
contributor to Bush's 2004 re-elec-
tion campaign and to Republican
candidates over the last four years,
Moore wrote.
"I can understand why that
industry's main recipient of its con-
tributions President Bush would
want to harass, intimidate and
potentially prevent this film from
having its widest possible audi-
ence," Moore wrote.
Treasury officials in Washing-
ton said Friday they would have
no comment on the contents of
Moore's letter, citing a policy
against discussing specific investi-


MICHAEL MOORE
(AP FILE Photo)
gations being conducted by Trea-
sury's Office of Foreign Assets
Control, the agency that enforces
the trade embargo against Cuba.
"Generally speaking, as admin-
istrators and enforcers of U.S. .anc-
tions, OFAC is required to inves-
tigate potential violations of these
programs," Treasury spokeswoman
AnnMarie Hauser said. "In doing
so, OFAC issues hundreds of let-
ters each year asking for addition-
al information when possible sanc-
tions violations have occurred."
OFAC notified Moore in a letter
dated May 2 that it was conducting
a civil investigation for possible
violations of the U.S. trade embar-
go restricting travel to Cuba.
Moore questioned the timing of
the investigation, noting that
"Sicko" premieres May 19 at the
Cannes Film Festival and debuts
in U.S. theaters June 19. The Bush
administration knew of his plans
to travel to Cuba since last Octo-
ber, said Moore, who went there in
March with about 10 ailing workers
involved in the rescue effort at the
World Trade Center ruins.
Weinstein said the investigation
would only help publicize the film.
"The timing is amazing. You
would think that we originated this.
It reads like a fiction best-seller,"
Weinstein said.
OFAC's letter to Moore noted
that he had applied in October
2006 for permission as a full-time
journalist to travel to Cuba, but
that the agency had not made any
determination on his request.
The agency gave Moore 20 busi-
ness days to provide details on his
Cuba trip and the names of those
who accompanied him.
Moore won an Academy Award
for best documentary with his 2002
gun-control film "Bowling for
Columbine" and scolded Bush in
his Oscar acceptance speech as the
war in Iraq was just getting under
way.


THE Princess Margaret Hos-
pital's Department of Family
Medicine in partnership with
various sponsors hosted a
patient education seminar on
Wednesday under the theme:
Preventative medicine: focus-
ing on the family.
In their presentations, doc-
tors and other health specialists
encouraged Bahamians to live
healthy lives by taking preven-
tative measures.
Topics discussed included cer-
vical cancer screening, colon
cancer screening, prostate can-
cer screening, erectile dysfunc-
tion and prevention of cardio-
vascular disease in women.
Dr Karis Thompson-Major
spoke to patients about what
puts women at risk of having
cervical cancer.
She said starting to have sex
before the age of 20, having
many sexual partners, smoking,
using birth control pills, giving
birth to many children when
infected with human papillo-
mavirus or herpes and being
infected with a STD or having
sex with a partner with STD
puts people at risk.
Dr Thompson-Major also
spoke about the pap smear, a
method for early detection of
symptoms that can contribute
to cervical cancer.
She said all women who are
21 or older should have pap
smears, especially if they are
sexually active.
Dr Sabriquet Pinder-Butler
spoke about the importance of
colon cancer screening.
"There are people who are
at risk of getting colorectal can-
cer at a young age and so
screening should begin earlier
in persons with any of the fol-
lowing: a close relative with
colon cancer before age 60
years, a history of ulcerative col-


PMH Department of


Family Medicine hosts event


itis or Crohn's disease, and
those who have a history of
colon cancer or large polyps in
the past," she said.
Colon cancer begins in the
large intestine, the colon. Rectal
cancer begins in the rectum, the
part of the large intestine closest
to the anus, she explained.
There are five screening tests
that are done to find cancers
before they cause any warning
signs: digital rectal exam, fecal
occult blood test, double con-
trast barium, and colonoscopy.
Dr Catherine Conliffe
informed male patients of the
importance of screening for
prostate cancer.
Dr Conliffe said symptoms of
prostate cancer include having
trouble when starting to urinate,
a slow urine stream, frequent
urination, blood or pus in urine,
pain or burning feeling while
urinating, pain with ejaculation
and lingering hip or back pain.
She informed the audience
about how tests are done to
check the prostate gland.
"Some doctors perform the
normal prostate gland feel by
putting a gloved lubricated fin-
ger a few inches in the rectum
and also the DRE-digital rec-
tal exam," she said.
Dr Cherilyn P Hanna-
Mahase said cardiovascular dis-
ease is the leading cause of
death in women worldwide.
Dr Hanna-Mahase said car-
diovascular disease is brought
on when a person has changes
in blood vessels brought about
by an unhealthy lifestyle that


can include smoking, poor
dietary habits and physical inac-
tivity.
"Having cardiovascular dis-
ease makes you more likely to
have a heart attack and
strokes," she explained.
People who are at risk are
those who had a heart attack,
are obese, have had a stroke.
have high blood pressure, dra-
betes, high cholesterol or are
relatives of persons with car-


diovascular disease.
Dr Hanna-Mahase said pre-
vention is better than cure,
because heart disease is avoid-
able by following a heart-
healthy lifestyle.
All the doctors encouraged
those in attendance to have
check-ups with their doctors if
they are experiencing any
symptoms that could be
cancer, and to go for yearly
screenings.


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PAGE SATRDAYMAY 1, 200 THE RIBUN


Bahamians crea


new


land rush in Family Islands:


BAHAMIANS are buying,
building and Family Island-
bound.
So says realtor Hazel Wicky,
who estimates the number of
calls from Bahamians looking for
land in the Family Islands has
skyrocketed in recent months.
"If we were lucky, we used to
get maybe five calls a month
from Bahamians inquiring about
property in the Family Islands,
now we get a lot more per day
and there is a much greater
urgency in their voices. They're
serious," said Wicky, of Island
Living Real Estate, an all-bro-
ker level firm. The trend is so
strong that another broker in the
firm dubbed it a "Bahamian land
rush".
"It is a complete reversal of
the trend that we experienced
for so long people from the Fam-
ily Islands wanted to come to
Nassau," said Anthony Wells,
another Island Living broker
who says vacant land accounts


for a large portion of his sales.
Island Living may be getting
more than its market share of
calls because most of its team of
brokers has roots in a Family
Island. Still, the sudden move to
secure land is "nothing short of
astonishing," says Wicky, a
native of Eleuthera.
"We're getting buyers from
across the board," she added.
"We're seeing professionals and
regular working people, young
and old. Older investors are
planning to retire on the islands
while young investors are setting
up bed and breakfasts or other
enterprises. We have people
wanting to return to the islands
where they spent their youth as
well as people who visited the
islands wanting to purchase a
piece of property in time for the
opening of major developments."
Advancements, accessibility
and improved medical care have
made the Family Islands more
attractive to large and small


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JOHANNE CADEAU
GOLDEN GATES No.2, 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 12th day
of May, 2007 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that FOUNTAIN JOSEPH OF
MARSH HARBOUR, P.O. BOX N-805, ABACO, BAHAMAS
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration/ naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 5th day
of May, 2007 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


GOING BACK TO
THE ISLAND: Island Liv-
ing Real Estate's team of
brokers is ready to welcome
buyers bound for the Family
Islands. Pictured left to right
Anthony Wells, Rachel
Pinder, Brenda Knowles and
Hazel Wicky.
(Photo by Roland Rose)
investors, international and
domestic, Wicky said.
"The islands are developing
with better healthcare systems,
technological and telecommuni-
cation advancements and so on.
"When homeowners build,
they will have a serene setting
without traffic congestion and
the hustle and bustle of city life."
Wicky says Bahamians want
to secure property while it is still
affordable.
With building lots starting at a
little more than $14,500 in parts
of Eleuthera and Exuma and
major developments in the Fam-
ily Islands on the rise, it is only a
matter of time before prices
increase.
"In Abaco, we already see the
prices soaring. Regardless, I
think that Bahamians are now
realising that they can be home-
owners and invest in something
they can pass down for genera-
tions."
According to Island Living
broker Brenda Knowles, demand
by Bahamians for Family Island
property is so strong that when
individuals cannot afford to buy
alone, they are forming
small investment groups to pur-
chase.
"This is a new phenomenon,"
said Knowles, a seasoned veter-
an and immediate past vice pres-
ident of the Bahamas Real
Estate Association. "Young peo-
ple are forming groups just to
get their piece of the land pie."
According to Wicky, interest is
not confined to only those
islands where major projects
have been announced.
"We are getting lots of interest
for Exuma's Bahama Sound and
Tarpum Bay and Rock Sound in


Eleuthera, which you might are the beachfront properties in buildings, Red Roofs, a magnifi-
expect," she said. "But Dead- Cat Island." cently restored cottage which
man's Cay in Long Island is also Island Living is housed in one served as a home to notable fam-
getting a lot of attention and so of Bay Street's most historic ilies and a gourmet deli.


* By JASON DONALD

SPIDER-MAN 3
Starring: Tobey Maguire,
Kirsten Dunst,
Thomas Haden Churcht

IT WAS a brave move by
director Sam Raimi to drag
superhero movies back from the
gothic, contemporary slumber
they'd been trapped in ever
since Tim Burton's Batman
movies.
With 2002's Spider-Man, Rai-
mi brought back a sense of fun


and colour to the genre with
great box office and critical suc-
cess. Then he really hit the
mark with Spider-Man 2 (2004)
- instilling a real feeling of won-
der along with a distinctly
human storyline for the
strongest blockbuster in a long,
long time.
In fact, such was the strength
of Spider-Man 2, you could be
forgiven for thinking that it
couldn't possibly be topped. Or
could it?
Well, no actually. It couldn't.
Spider-Man 3, for all its whiz-


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bang special effects, multiple*
villains and seemingly infinite,
budget, falls well short of its&
predecessor and draws the tril-'
ogy to a close on a distinctly flat
note.
This time, the over-abun-*
dance of plot centres on Peter,
Parker/Spider-Man's not so rosy;
romance with girlfriend May,
Jane, an after-thought of a love&
triangle with a classmate, his'
on-going rivalry with formerly
best friend Harry Osborn now,
seeking revenge for his father's'
death in a kind of Green Gob--
lin-lite get up and two brand:
new villains.
One is Sandman, an escaped
criminal who inadvertently has'
his molecules fused with sand'
(don't ask) and can now morph:
into huge monstrous shapes.*
The other begins as a black spi-'
dery substance that crawls from
a meteor and attaches itself to
Spider-Man giving him a new.
super-stylish black outfit and a
bad-guy persona to match -
before finding itself another.
host.
Even at a very liberal running
time of 140 minutes, that's just
too much storyline to keep a
coherent tone and elements of
the plot either go into hiding
or simply disappear.
Without giving anything
away, a key character enters the
action too late on to make a
proper impact and there has to
be something wrong when
we're asked to indulge in Park-,
er's evil phase for comedy effect,
and then have to watch him cry
like a baby (twice!) in the same
film.
However, there are some:
inspired moments and, to be-
fair, the 'special effects are
incredible, but paired with the
aforementioned flaws, they only'
help to make this watchable,
rather than astounding.
Of course, we are all flies,
trapped in the huge web that.
Spidey has weaved around the
global box office, and the mam-
moth opening figures for the
movie almost ensure that there.
will be more films in the series.-
But, when your trilogy peaks'
in the middle and even some
hard-core fans are disappointed,'
perhaps it's time to spray the
Raid on this particular fran-
chise.


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On Saturday, May 5th 100 cyclists between the ages of 4 and 74 gathered in Eleuthera to
participate in VMG Racing's 2007 Ride for Hope. By day's end the riders had logged
more than 4,000 miles collectively along the event route which stretched from the
North Eleuthera Airport to Palmetto Point. We are proud to report that more than $200,000
was raised for the benefit of the Cancer Society of the Bahamas. VMG Racing extends its
deepest thanks and appreciation to the cyclists, sponsors, and the many volunteers
who helped make the 2007 Ride for Hope so successful. We could not do it without you!


THANK YOU SPONSORS!


THANK YOU RIDERS!


Bahamas Ferries
Holowesko Foundation
Lyford Cay Foundation
Million Air Nassau
Pictet Bank & Trust
RBC Private Banking
Royal Bank of Canada
Air Routing International
Chevron Global Aviation
Contrax Limited
Goodfellow Farms
Holowesko Realty
Holowesko & Company
JAR Cycling
Lutra Pure Water Company Ltd
Nautilus Water Company Ltd
New World Aviation
The SignMan
Thompson Trading
Tribune Media Group
Tropical Aviation Distributors
Tropical Shipping
White Crown Aviation


THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS!
Donna Allen I Kathy Berner I Mark Berner I Margarie
Bonzuela I Heather Borman I Pam Burnside I Noel Cenival
Bernadette Colebrooke I Jacintha Curtis I Diane Dunkley
Freddie Ferguson I Virginia Gator I Mechel Garcia I Derek
Gibson I Chris Gosling I AnnMarie Hall I Judy Higgs
William Holowesko I Ben Jamieson I Baron Johnson I Luis
Johnson I Mike Johnson I Patrice Johnson I Susan
Johnson | Clare Kecaine I Gary Larson I Ruth Mackey
Jeff Major I Sherique Monroe I Pat Morrison I Stew
Morrison I Les Peterson I Sue Peterson I David Randall
Alex Rawling I Richard Roberts I Susan Roberts I Suzy
Robinson I Ada Sands I Neville Sands I Carmel Stucki
Elma Taylor | Gregory Thompson | Mitzi Thompson I Pam
Thompson I Rosmin Toussaint I Mitch Underwood I Myron
Underwood | Sissa Wassitsch I Stacy Wells


Yorkell Bain
Richard Brusselbeck
Annie Betts
Selima Campbell
Monique Cartwright
Ken Chaplin
Chip Clingham
Liz Clingham
John Cox
Catherine de Souza
Paul de Souza
Diane Dunkley
Zoe Dunkley
Etienne Dupuch
Dana Duquesne
Amelia Evans
Jill Evans
Rob Evans
Simon Evans
Lee Farmer
Sara Farrington
Sean Farrington
Julie Glinton
Larry Glinton
Scott Gutowski
Anabel Hall
Bruce Hall
Dwayne Harrison
Tim Hauber
Michael Herrick
Anthony Hinsey
Mark Henderson
Scott Hirshorn
Alessandra Holowesko
Liam Holowesko
Linda Holowesko
Lynn Holowesko
Mark Holowesko
Michael Holowesko
Patrick Holowesko
Stephen Holowesko
William Holowesko
Vicki Howden
Carla Jackson
Seraphina Johnson
Lashan Jupp
Lashanti Jupp
Lawrence Jupp
Lawrence Jupp Jr
Steven Kelly


Susan Kelly
Barbaree King-Sirlin
Charlton Knowles
Emerick Knowles
Stefan Krauskoff
Sabrina Lightbourn
Jason Lorandos
Yves Lourdin
Yves Lourdin Jr
Lynn Lowe
Victor Madison
Corrine Major
Jay Major
Jeff Major
Gail Mangold
Tomas Mangold
James Nottage
Kylie Nottage
Christena Pazos
George Pearce
Brock Pecknold
Richard Pinder
Mandy Plant
Richard Pyfrom
William Pyfrom
Brock Reynold
Kevin Richardson
Mallory Sands
Hans Christian Saunders
Jennifer Saunders
Daniel Shahidi
Pam Shelton
Carmel Stucki
Kirsten Sweeting
Roy Sweeting
Lacina Symonette
Thaddeus Symonette
Ruth Thackray
Jessica Thompson
Nicholas Thompson
William Trentini
Lorenzo Trentini
Boris Vlasov
Millie Vlasov
Pippa Vlasov
Ashton Ward
Larry Ward
Warren Waylan
Paul Winder


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Left: the first rider to finish (2 miles). Right: the fastest rider to finish (100 miles)


f GRACING
VMG Racing was formally established in 2004 to
manage and promote athletes and athletic events
in a variety of sporting disciplines, including amateur
and professional cycling and triathlon. VMG is also
committed to promoting cycling generally in the
Bahamas as well as giving back to our community.
It is in pursuit of these goals that the Ride for Hope
was started in 2006. 102 cyclist participated in that
event and $185,000 was raised for the benefit of
the Cancer Soceity. Please visit our website at
www.vmgbahamas.com for more information.


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AP GE 12 SATURDAYMAY 12 7


Two are questioned in

connection with shooting


FROM page one
He was later airlifted
around llpm to the Princess
Margaret Hospital.
Police are continuing their
investigations into the shoot-
ing.
TWO ARRESTED
In Freeport, officers of the
Central Detective Unit arrest-
:ectwo persons at an apart-
ment on South Bahamia,
where they discovered and
seized illegal drugs.
At about 9.45pm on Thurs-
day, officers executed a
search warrant at an apart-
ment on Churchill Road,
where they discovered lloz
of suspected marijuana, and
other exhibits. They also
arrested a 26-year-old man
and a 21-year-old woman.
Drug Enforcement Unit


officers are continuing inves-
tigations into the matter.
Four young men were
arrested on Friday after
police discovered a firearm,
ammunition and illegal drugs
at an apartment in South
Bahamia.
Police officers executed a
search warrant around
12.01am and discovered a
sawed-off shotgun and four
shells in the closet of one of
the four bedrooms of the
apartment. A quantity of sus-
pected marijuana was also
discovered and seized by
police.
The men, who range in age
from 16 to 20 years, were
arrested. Officers from the
Scenes of Crime Section,
Drug Enforcement Unit and
the Central Detective Unit
are continuing their investi-
gations in the matter.


BIFF Monthly Film Series
THE Bahamas International Film Festival has issued the Call for
Entries open to all filmmakers in the Bahamas for this year's
event which will take place on December 6-13. The deadline for
entries is August 23.
The Monthly Film Series will continue today with the showing of
Eye of the Dolphin, at Rawson Square at 7.30pm (see ad this
page).


Bahomos
International
Film Festival


The Bahamas

International Film

Festival honours

actress

Viveca Watkins


Pastor calls for strict




immigration policy


FROM page one tor of Immigration, said that through one of these slums in unrestrained growth of Hail-
his department is aware of the Joe Farrington Road, just as ian squatters, a youn
slum, but there is nothing that fire destroyed large parts of a Bahamian commentator, whJ
The Tribune that he and col- they can do, as most of the mega-slum in 'The Mud', wished to remain anonymous
leagues lobbied the previous people who live there have Abaco, several years ago, sug- told The Tribune that it is
government on several occa- work permits.Whereas, Hous- gests that slums such as these, "unfair" that Haitians can sini-
sions to act decisively on the ing Minister, Kenneth Russell, when situated only a few yards ply set-up, and occupy land
issue but to his knowledge, lit- said that as soon as he is away from Bahamian homes, that they have not paid fot,
tie to nothing was done to updated with his portfolio, he are significant threats to while young Bahamians have
address the matter. will determine what can be Bahamians. to pay at least $80,000 for
However, Rev Moss hopes done. Echoing the growing anger piece on land on New Provi-
that the new government will Last March. fire sweot many Bahamians feel at the dence. '


take the initiative and make
serious attempts to bring some
relief.
"We are very hopeful that
the government would address
it in a very deliberate and
humane manner," he said.
The crisis of uncontrolled
Haitian expansion was made
evident in yesterday's Tribune,
where aerial photographs
revealed between 80 to 120
houses in the Harrold Pond
area that appeared to house
several hundred, if not as
many as one thousand,
Haitians.
Vernon Burrows, the Direc-


EYE OF THE DOLPHIN
Directed by Michael D Sellers
Starring: Viveca Watkins, Carly Schroeder, Rudy Levarity,
Adrian Dunbar, George Harris and Chris Herrod
Runtime: 98 mins; Children welcome.

A young girl (Carly Schroeder) discovers she can
communicate with dolphins. Our very own
Bahamian star, Viveca Watkins, steals the show in this
international film, shot in Freeport, Grand Bahama.

Saturday May 12th, 7.30pm, Rawson Square


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Police officer arrested in connection with allegations':

of sexual intercourse with two girls aged 13 and 14


FROM page one section, explained that the police, in this matter,
M page ne were not attempting to "skirt around the issue"
by not being more forthcoming with informa-
on the matter, tion.
Press liaison officer, Assistant Superinten- To the contrary, he said, they have complet-
dent Walter Evans, said the matter has now ed their full investigation into the matter. Fol-
been forwarded to the Attorney General's lowing the advice of the Attorney General,
Office. He said no other comment could be ACP Greenslade said that charges will be
made at this time. drawn up, and the press notified in turn. '
"There is a complaint lodged against a police "A male suspect was arrested and questioned
officer. The matter has been turned over to in respect to the matter. The police have comif
the Attorney General's Office. Any comments pleted an investigation file which has been forT
from this point, you would have to speak to the warded on to the Attorney General's
Attorney General's Office," he said. office.
Assistant Commissioner of Police Ellison "There is nothing untoward. We won't b
Greenslade, recently posted to head the crime ducking you or anything," he said. I
........................................................................................................................................................................................................

Haitian survivors accuse Thrks and Caicos :

officials of ramming, then abandoning, boatI
* CAP-HAITIEN, Haiti before dawn. ernment has criticized Haiti fbs
"When. they hit us the first not doing enough to stem illegal
SURVIVORS of a capsizing time, water rushed into the boat migration. Some 400 Haitiani
that killed at least 61 Haitian and everybody screamed," arrive monthly in the British tdr'
migrants said a Turks and Daniel said. The patrol boat ritory of 20,000, many having
Caicos patrol boat rammed crew ordered the migrants to been duped by migrant smug
them, towed them into deeper lower their sails, threw them a glers into thinking they were
water and abandoned their line and began towing them into being taken to the United-
overturned vessel, according to deeper water. The boat then States, officials say.
Associated Press. capsized, he said. After being flown back to,
"Our boat flipped over and "We thought they were bring- Cap-Haitien, Haiti's second
they just left us out there," said ing us to shore but they took us largest city, the migrants, weai-4
Dona Daniel, 23, one of a half- further out to sea," .jid Daniel, ing maroon T-shirts and athlet-
dozen survivors interviewed by whose two brothers drown ned ic pants, wer, nyriven on a school,
Thd Associated Press onfThurs- Minutes after towing began, bus to a gymnasium where&
day after they were repatriated 'the migrants" boat jerked vio- ab6ut 100 relatives, many weep-
to Haiti from the nearby British lently and tipped over, flinging ing, greeted them.
territory, everyone into the water, several The relatives called out their:
The survivors said some survivors said. loved ones' names, not sure ift
migrants tried desperately to "They were towing us but they had survived the worst dis-i
pull themselves aboard the they pulled too hard and the aster to hit Haitian migrants in'
patrol boat but were beaten boat flipped over," said another years. More than a dozen are'
back with wooden batons. migrant, Marcelin Charles, 37. still missing and presumed dead.i
Others were run over by the "We fell into the water and Nacon said he was in tilel
patrol boat after they were flung many people drowned. I was water for more than 15 minutes
into the shark-filled waters as swimming past dead bodies left before a smaller Turks apdl
their boat capsized, said Lovder- and right." Caicos patrol boat came out tfo
son Nacon, 19. The Turks and Caicos gov- pull survivors from the wate4.
Many of the migrants did not ernment has said it will not com- Other migrants said they w6e
know how to swim and were ment until two investigations are in the water for more than I40
screaming "God help me!" in completed. Britain's Foreign minutes as they waited for theta
the darkness, Nacon said. Office also declined to comment rescue boat to make a return,
'The Haitians said their sail- on the capsizing in its island ter- trip. ,
boat, loaded with an estimated ritory. One probe is being con- "They heard us screaming sp;
160 people, was minutes away ducted by the local government, much, they finally came and
from the shore of Providen- and three government experts helped us," Nacon said. "The
ciales', one of the Turks and from Britain are carrying out an people who knew how to swim
Caicos Islands, on May 4 when independent investigation, lived. The people who didn't
the patrol boat rammed them The Turks and Caicos gov- drowned."
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N :00) Tim Deal or No Deal Contestants get a The Suze Orman Show Depreciat- Tim Russert
Nussert chance to win money. A (CC) ing condo. (N) (CC)
(:00) This Week CNN: Special Investigations Unit Larry King Live CNN Saturday Night
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HALL (1999, Drama) Glenn Close. Jacob's dying father re- kiff, Rue McClanahan. A successful doctor returns home after many years
tums to make peace with his son. (CC) away. (CC)
Design Inc. Out- Restaurant Makeover "Nacho Thai Great Home Giveaway Tim and How Not to Decorate "Fife" Slated
HGTV dated fixtures. Thai Cafe'Thai restaurant. A (CC) Daniela live in the basement of their coffee table. A (CC)
A (CC) restaurant. A (CC)
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*** RAIN MAN (1988, Comedy-Drama) Dustin Hoffman, Tom According to Everybody Everybody ",
KTLA Cruise, Valeria Golino. The Oscar-winning study of an autistic man and Jim Conflicting Loves Raymond Loves Raymond
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LIFE Cole, Mary Kay Place. A teenager is seduced by her Martini. A 50-year-old woman finds she is pregnant. (CC)
school's most popular coach. (CC)
M'- SNBC Under Suspicion Secrets to Tell One of a preacher's MSNBC Investigates "Lockup: Mia- Born in the Wrong Body
two wives disappears. mi" Miami prisons.
SpongeBob Ned's Declassi- The Naked Drake & Josh Mr. Meaty Zom- Funniest Home Full House A1
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LORD OF THE * THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RETURN OF THE KING (2003, Fantasy) (PA) Elijah Wood, lan
:'TBS RINGS McKellen, Liv Tyler. Humans and creatures unite to battle Sauron and his army. (CC)
(:00) The Real Little People, Little People, The Real Deal "A War Hero's Wel- My First Home My First Home
r.TLC Deal A$40 mil- Big Worid Child- Big World (CC) come Home' A World War II veter- Visual-effects de- Single mom in At-
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* KILL BILL: VOL 1 (2003, Action) Uma Thur- * KILL BILL: VOL.2 (2004, Action) Uma Thurman, David Carra-
TNT man, Lucy Liu, Vivica A. Fox. An assassin seeks dine, Michael Madsen. An assassin confronts her former boss and his
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JNIV Pico Sergio
Corona.
*" ** PATCH * COLD MOUNTAIN (2003, Drama) Jude Law, Niole Kidman, Rende Zellweger. A Confederate soldier
.USA ADAMS (1999) tries to reach his sweetheart. (CC)
,'- Robin Williams.
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SVS, World Combat NHL Hockey Eastern Conference Final Game 2- Ottawa Senators at Buffalo Sabres. From Bull Riding: PBR
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ers hit it big with a catchy single. n 'PG' (CC)


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*l $BO"S Banderas, Rob Brown. Dancer Pierre Dulaine teaches Carell, Catherine Keener, Paul Rudd. Three co-workers unite to help their
inner-city students. A 'PG-13' (CC) buddy get a sex life. A 'R' (CC)
S(:15) * HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE (2005, Fantasy) Daniel Rad- ** AMERICAN DREAMZ (2006,
MAX-E cliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson. Voldemort lays a trap for Harry at the Tnwizard Touma- Comedy-Drama) Hugh Grant. Pre-
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MOMAXM (6:40) ** STAR WARS: EPISODE I THE PHAN- * t STAR WARS: EPISODE II -- ATTACK OF THE CLONES (2002,
MOMAX TOM MENACE (1999) Liam Neeson. Young Anakin Science Fiction) Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman. Obi-Wan Kenobi and
Skywalker begins to leam about the Force. ,A 'PG' his apprentice protect the former queen., 'PG' (CC)
(6:00) * The Tudors Episode 4' Henry The Tudors "Episode 5"' (iTV) The The Tudors "Episode 6' (iTV) The
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SUNDAY EVENING


MAY 13, 2007


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

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0 WFOR (N) A (CC) maining contestants compete for the grand prize. (N) A (C) 19 contestants come together for
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mean lord. A (CC) test. A (CC)
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CNBC Wall Street Jour- High Net Worth The Chris Matt- Inside American Airlines: A Week in the Ufe
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COM MOVIE 3 (2003) Kelly. Two criminals disguise themselves as Santa and an elf. (CC) (N) (CC) (CC)
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* A TIME TO REMEMBER (2003, Drama) Dana ** A SEASON FOR MIRACLES (1999, Drama) Carla Gugino, Kathy
HALL Delany, Doris Roberts. An artist has a holiday reunion Baker, David Conrad. A woman gives her jailed sister's children a real
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HGTV Houses Abroad cial" Sarah's nursery. A (CC) "Good on Paper" Final four. A A (Part 1 of 2) (CC)
'Majorca" (CC) (CC)
INSP It's a New Day In Touch (CC) The King Is Calvary Revival Jack Van Impe Manna-Fest (CC)
INSP Coming (CC) Church Presents (C
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KTLA SQUAD (1999) learns Neesee's Hates Chris A ed marriage proposal; Damell must good feeling about his heart condi-
Claire Danes. plans. A (CC) (CC) make a choice. (CC) ion. A (CC)
HALF A BEAUTIFUL (2000, Comedy-Drama) Minnie Driver, Joey Lauren Blood Ties "'Post Partum' Fertility
LIFE DOZEN BABIES Adams, Hallie Kate Eisenberg., Premiere. A woman is relentless in her clinic. (N) (CC)
(1999) Premiere. quest for a beauty pageant title. (CC)
MSNBC 00) Tracking a To Catch an ID Thief Chris Hansen begins a mission to put a face on the Meet the Press (CC)
Killer crime of identity theft.
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NTV Smarter Than a Survivor: Fiji "You've Got a Puzzled Look" (Season Finale) The five re- Survivor: Fiji'Reunion Show'
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SPE D (:00) SPEED Re- All-Star Memories The history of Wind Tunnel With Dave Despain Formula One Racing Spanish
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TBN (CC) (CC) (CC) of Victory (CC) World (CC) ma) Katherine Heig, Dale Midkiff,
Skye McCole Bartusiak.
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(:00) What Not What Not to Wear "Pam D." Build- What Not to Wear "Renee 0." Celebrating the American Woman
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USA MUMMY (1999) venge for a 3,000-year-old curse.
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(:00) CSI: Miami CSI: Miami "Prey" A teenage tourist That '70s Show That 70s Show Red Sox This Red Sox Stories
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memories of their relationship. A 'R' (CC) A/ (CC)
(6:30) ** RU- (:15) * MONSTER-IN-LAW (2005, Romance-Comedy) Jennifer Lopez, *x X-MEN: THE LAST STAND
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judge a TV talent show. A PG-13' (CC) PG-13' (CC)


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5, Comedy) Dennis Quaid, Bulls...! Mount Surprise for Dexter. A (CC)
e Russo. iTV. 'PG' (CC) Rushmore. (CC)


The Tudors "Episode 7' (TV) Henry
questions his abilities. (N) A (CC)


:20) * * * ANNIE HALL (1977, Comedy) Woody Allen, (:45) JIMINY GLICK IN LALAWOOD (2004,
LOOD SIMPLE Diane Keaton. Tony Roberts. A New York comic strug- Comedy) Martin Short. A celebrity interviewer becomes
(1984) n 'R' gles with an on-and-off romance. 'PG' tangled in a murder case. A 'R' (CC)


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THE TRIBUNE


COISPG


Dennis


WS.E'5 /r PLANNING HIS NET MOVE, MR. WILSON.
WE'S 6OLJNP ASL.EP!"


Contract Bridge


By Steve Becker


Tactics and Strategy


East dealer.
Neither side vulnerable.
NORTH
+865
VQ9
10 9 6 2
+AK74
WEST
4A1074 4
v 105 Y
+ 5
+1096532 4
SOUTH
+J92
IVK82
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+0


EAST
KQ3
PAJ7643
K3
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The bidding:
East South West North
.1 2 + Pass 3 *
Pass 3 NT
Opening lead ten of hearts.
From the very start, a fine
declarer envisages the play of the
hand as a whole. He is careful not to
segregate the problem of how to play
to a particular trick from the problem
of how to play the entire hand.
Take this case where West leads
the ten of hearts against three
notrump. It is certainly not difficult
for South to conclude that East has a
string of hearts headed by the A-J.
Ordinarily, declarer would play
the queen from dummy to assure
himself of two heart tricks. Certainly,
in most hands, that would be the


right way to handle the suit.
But here the proper play is the
nine of hearts, not the queen. The
purpose is to get East to duck. South
should be focused more on the
importance of winning the first trick
than in creating an extra trick in the
heart suit.
East is likely to duck if the nine is
played and if he does, South
makes the contract. He wins with the
king, overtakes the queen of clubs
with dummy's king, takes a diamond
finesse and finishes with nine tricks
consisting of a heart, six diamonds
and two clubs.
Of course, East might prove to be
a suspicious soul. When the nine is
played from dummy, he might start
asking himself all kinds of questions
and conclude that something is rotten
in the state of Denmark. He might
then go up with the ace in order to
lead -the K-Q and another spade,
defeating the contract.
Declarer cannot force East to
duck the heart by playing the nine,
but he is more likely to accomplish
his purpose by doing so. If the queen
is played instead, East is sure to take
the ace and will most probably shift
to a spade on the assumption that
South has two heart tricks coming.
Declarer thus shapes his play
with an eye on the contract rather
than on the extra heart trick he can
make.


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Target
uses
words in
the main
body of
Chambers
21st
Century
Dictionary
(1999
edition)


HOW many words of four letters
or more can you make from the
letters shown here? In making a
word, each letter may be used
once only. Each must contain
the centre letter and there must
be at least one nine-letter word.
No plurals
TODAY'S TARGET
Good 13; very good 20; excellent
25 (or more). Solution tomorrow.
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ACROSS
9 In a while, is terribly sore and
aggravating (8)
10 Heavens! There's nothing to go with
the joint (3) *
11 It's simple, with a silver lining and
skimpy (6)
12 For the boy, mentioned a tonic (6)
13 Again, owing to being late (7)
14 An inclination to help anyone trying to
get on (4)
15 Person required to do a
brain scan? (4-6)
17 Fighting idleness (8)
18 Is inclined, when one postpones (7)
19 Just a bit, when you say goodbye (4)
21 Not at all far from Winchester (6)
24 A course, perhaps, for really bad
riders (6,2,9)
27 Caution about going into the
tunnels (6)
29 Has now moved to Paisley central (4)
30 The captor all snarled up, I'd hid in a
tree (7)
33 Ours, running in the race, is jostled
by Reveller (8)
35 A dog would enjoy it more than a dog
paddel (10)
36 Fail to catch the title (4)
37 It's hard, old son, but one
persists (5,2)
38 Now getting in trim for the
procession (6)
40 Carry out a check on the partition (6)
41 Said "Never a one, sisteri"(3)
42 Car I arranged, and a catamaran, as
transport (8)


YESTERDAY'S CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
ACROSS: 1, Snoop 6, Ran-CH 9,
Biggles 10, Write 11, A-lom's 12,
Hindi 13, Mission 15, Pub 17 Acne
18, Pleas-E 19, Billy 20, Esprit 22, Sti-
R 24, See 25, Diamond 26, Cha;n 27,
Bal-OO 28, P-laid 29, Spani-el 30,
Heals 31, (Wat) Tyler
DOWN: 2, Nor-DIC 3, Obtus-e 4, Pie
5, A-gain 6, Re-adi-ly 7, Asti 8, Camp-
US 12, H-Op. it 13, MA-res. 14, SN-
ipe 15, Panto(mime) 16, B-E-ard 18,
Plain 19, Bishops 21, Sedate 22,
Smelly 23, Incite 25, Dana 26, C-0-S
I. 2B, (whip-)Pet


TEME2 13 9W


DOWN
1 The skirt she did grab was
reduced (10)
2 It would be advisable to provide
water (4)
3 Conclude it's full (8)
4 Ticks and gives one's support to (7)
5 Another name for a talkie? (4,7)
6 A peremptory
"It's very important" (10)
7 What tempted you to try the stew? (6)
8 Yellow, as is proper, with pink (8)
10 In France, dear, the English egg
them on (5)
16 Hand over to, as you
release (7)
20 An imprisoned female, looking
terrified (5)
22 With more justification for having
committed (7)
23 Unable to distinguish an orange from
a lemon? (6-5)
25 Getting new handles
also helps (5,1,4)
26 Having managed to produce quickly,
stopped working (7,3)
28 If really necessary, wind a chain
round the spigot (2,1,5)
31 What you need disembarking
abroad: a ticket at your destination (8)
32 Bad news. The boy is
backward at study (7)
34 The love duets otherwise could be
got rid of (6)
35 A twin offspring of the animal (5)
39 Run to time coming sack: that's
unusual (4)


YESTERDAY'S EASY SOLUTIONS
ACROSS: 1, Cedar 6, Board 9,
Samovar 10, Adopt 11, Reign 12,
Tongs 13, Tracker 15, Sil 17, Rent 18,
Divine 19, Ashen 20, Palace 22, Ages
24, Eve 25, Athlete 26. Heads 27,
Snoop 28, Lurid 29. Stagger 30, Feals
31, Tease
DOWN: 2, Endure 3, Aspect 4, Ra( 5,
Donor 6, Bargain 7, Ores 8, Regain
12, Tense 13. Tripe 14, Angle 15,.
Singe 16, Tense 18, Dents 19.
Accepts 21, Avenue 22, Allure 23,
Ellics 25. Adage 26, Host 28. Lei


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19 19 20 21 1 "22
23 M
24 25 1 126

2728 29130 311 1
32
3334 35

3837 38 39

4041 42


ACROSS
9 Quarrel (8)
10 Drawn match (3)
11 Idler (6)
12 Man's money
holder (6)
13 Three-pronged
spear (7)
14 Conceal (4)
15 Gel very angry (3,3,4)
17 Vegetable or salad
item (8)
18 Joins up (7)
19 Jusl, impartial (4)
21 American state (6)
24 Dog type (8,9)
27 Choose (6)
29 Cloudy (4)
30 Bomb ldrown
by hand (7)
33 Slaughter (8)
35 Wasted (10)
36 Bird's beak (4)
37 Biggest (7)
38 Aristocracy (6)
40 Allow (6)
41 Consume food (3)
42 Sought after (2,6)


DOWN
1 Illogical (10)
2 Knitting stitch (4)
3 Strap worn
in a car (4,4)
4 Cowboy hat (7)
5 Resound,
re-echo (11)
6 Fashionable
celebrities (10)
7 Male parent (6)
8 Stalemate (8)
10 One who seals (5)
16 Sewing aid (7)
20 Month (5)
22 Move forward (7)
23 Unkind (4-7)
25 Fluent in words (10)
26 Misleading due (3,7)
28 Inspects carefully (8)
31 Traitor (8)
32 Withstand (7)
34 Highly-spiced
sausage (6)
35 Precipitation (5)
39 Unleeling (4)


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Loek van Wely v Teimour
Radjabov, Corus Wijk aan Zee
2007. Radjabov, 20, has taken
over from the old Soviet
grandmasters as the leading
exponent of the sharp King's
Indian Defence 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 g6
3 Nc3 Bg7. KID specialists like to
attack White's castled g1 king,
but in recent years most GMs
have believed that White's own i
threats on the queen's side are
stronger. So Radjabov's
successful challenge to 2
established beliefs at Wijk was a
real shock, and earned him a
share of first prize in Western
Europe's most important annual
contest. Here his black army is
swarming over the white
defences, while Dutch champion
van Wely's pawns on light
squares have created big dark


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LEONARD BARDEN


Chess solution 8354:1.. Qdl!(so that il 2 Qxc3 Ox(n'
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resigned since NN4' will hI decisive
Mensa quiz: Clin.i. Spin axrI Italy
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SATURDAY,
MAY 12

ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
You may want to put pleasure befo.
business this week, Aries, but that isAc.
a wise decision. Higher-ups are keep i L'.
their eyes on you, and it's imperatv
you make a good impression.
TAURUS Apr 21/May 21 {
A new relationship has taken a downs
ward turn. Rest assured that it's no, '
your fault, Taurus, but rather a mutu' ,
acceptance that it won't work oritet.
Seek greener pastures. '
GEMINI May 22/Jun 21 ,
You love to offer your opinidol ,,,
Gemini, but sometimes you coi .' -.
across as callous. It may be betterte -
h8ld your tongue if you have nothi ,
nice to say.
CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22 ,
You've been spending a lot of tim' .
alone lately. Now you have the ",'
chance to get back out and enjoy,
what civilization has to offer. It wil "
boost your spirits tremendously.
LEO Jul 23/Aug 23. .
It is time to give up on a proji
you've been tackling. Accept that:y f
is beyond your rgrhsp'-and that I,
should be left to-=a professional.Q
Swallowing yourx-4ide is difficult
VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
A new member of the family caun.s`'
you to reevaluate ,your 'own lift
Virgo. It is tinie to take a hard looIZ
at the traits that bother you. Don't
worry, you'll have support.
LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23 .
You have finally found your care
groove. Enjoy the rush that success
brings in the weeks to come. Friends
and family are jealous of your happlf ',
ness, but it doesn't faze you. '
SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
It will be a roller coaster of emotiopy
this week, Scorpio. Try to pull yoll *
self together and stay ground '
Focus on your intellect to negate the ,
irrational feelings you have.
SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 2, ;-
Activity, activity. Keeping busy ',-
the only way you'll make it throul
the week, Sagittarius. Otherwise. '
you'll find yourself with too muplP
time on your hands.
CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 2Ok
Need some time away from it all?
Now is not the time for frivolous ,
adventures, Capricorn. People ar t
relying on you to take charge, not t% '"
avoid the issues. *
AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18 '
It's time to pitch in more, Aquarius,
although you already do so much. A
relative needs your help desperately,
so hop to it, and fast. You'll enjoy
the rewarding feeling afterward. '
PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
If you're feeling like a failure, it's
probably all in your head, Pisces,
Those around you know hoW
capable you are. Cheer up.


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PAGE 16, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2007


W-


NASSAU


EVENTS


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ON CAMERA


GHS class of '65 celebrates



school's 82-year anniversary.


* EIGHTY-TWO years ago, on April 27th, 1925, The Teachers and school mates engaged in an evening of
Government High School opened its doors at Nassau Court comradery as they reminisced over old times.
in.the City of Nassau. Above from left: Front Row Teachers Jean Knowles,
To celebrate this historic event, the Government High Majorie Davis, Keith Parker M.B.E, Dr. Keva Bethel
School class of 65 hosted a class reunion party, at the home C.M.G, and Hugh Sands C.M.G.
of classmate Dr. Nicholas Hepburn on April 27th, 2007. Back row committee members Dr. Nicholas Hepburn,
As a part of the celebration the class honoured five for- Sandra Cumberbatch-Collie, Dr. Celestine Cooper-
mer teachers, who all played a pivotal role in their early Williams, an educator, Zelia Thompson-Bethel, retired
development. Honourees were Dr. Keva Bethel, CMG, nurse, Attorney Alva Stewart-Coakley, Pandora Sawyer,
Mr. Hugh Sands, CMG, Ms. Marjorie Davis, CMG, Ms. insurance executive and Attorney Harrison Lockhart, Pres-
Jean Knowles and Mr. Keith Parker. ident Industrial Tribunal.


M ROSALIND Bethell, entrepreneur, and David Mycklewhyte, Casino Executive.
0 LEFT: Glen
Pritchard, Bahamas
Fast Food Services,
and Karen Pritchard


* SANDRA Cumberbatch-Collie, former banker, and Anthony Treco, Resort
Manager in Abaco.


* DR. NICHOLAS HEPBURN, surgeon, Mrs. Garikapath, Dr. Krikanth Garikapathi, surgeon.


RIGHT:
Isadora
King-Bethel, bank
executive, and
Kendal Pyfrom,
Insurance
Executive Family
Guardian.


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(242) 357-8472


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