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A Funeral Service for Samuel Hulan Charlton, 70, of South Beach, who died June 21, 2011, will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Zion South Beach Baptist Church, Zion Boulevard. Officiating will be Bishop B. Wenith Davis, assisted by Pastor Charles T. Dorsette. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
He is survived by his Daughter: Samana Charlton; Sons: Troy, Brad and Lebraun Charlton; Grandchildren: Bradesha, Troy Jr., and Brad Jr., Brothers: Wellington and Rev. Levi Charlton; Sisters: Ivy Charlton and Marietta McKinney; Sisters-In-Law: Juletta and Sylvia Charlton; Nieces: Pandora, Jacintha, Sherry, Catherine, Laketha, Tonya, Wendy, Yannique, Pandora Woodside; Nephews: Gregory, Charles, Rico, Montesser, Walter, Virley and Arthur Davis; Cousins: Roslyn, Dorie, Lionel, Reginald, Clyde, Mack, Freda, Valerie, Burntle, Audrey, Albert, Ronnie, Floyd, Florence, Edmund, Emily, Christine, Franka, Granville, Hardy, Doral, Jeffrey, Olga, Adena, Cora, Thelma Deveaux, Rena Brooks, Claudly Brooks & Rita Deveaux; Numerous grandnieces and grandnephews and a host of Other Relatives and Friends Including: Lynette Charlton-Greenslade & family, Elton Williamson & family, Vincent Charlton & family, Frank Deveaux & family, Bernice Charlton & family, Hilda Charlton & Family, Tavaughn Rolle & family, Renea Williams & family, Terrell Colebrook & family, Takisa Bethel & family, the Taylor family, Leslie Sands, Clifford McKinney & family, Ruth Smith, John (Scotty) Minnis & family, Chris Wallace, George Darville & family, Sarah Minnis, Basil Ferguson, Oswald Ferguson, The Airport Fire Station, Bishop B. Wenith Davis Senior Pastor and the Zion South Beach Baptist Church Family, Family and relatives in Grand Bahama, Bimini community, South Beach community, and the staff of the Princess Margaret Hospital.
Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, Rosetta Street, Palmdale from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and again from 10 a.m. on Saturday at the Church until service time.
One of the most important things spouses can do is to show appreciation every day for each other. Too many spouses take each other for granted. They expect the love they have to just last and last without doing anything. This is false and dangerous. Words that can help us understand the meaning and importance of appreciation are gratitude, thankfulness and gratefulness. Spouses are to find ways to show daily how much they are grateful for their partners. No day should pass without a spouse showing with words and action how much they love their partner. When was the last time you said thank you to your spouse? When was the last time you told your spouse they look lovely. Remember, once is not enough.
ELEMENTS OF APPRECIATION
According to experts there are at least four elements of appreciation:
Acknowledgment: The first step each of us can take in expressing our appreciation to our partner is to acknowledge the things he or she does. Expressing appreciation for the little things cumulatively builds a rock solid foundation. Receiving acknowledgment helps each of us grow as individuals, and sometimes, just survive the daily hassles of hectic schedules, deadlines, and responsibilities in the various aspects of our lives.
Adoration: Praising each other for the qualities and attributes that make us special as individuals is crucial. Taking the time to genuinely let each other know how much we admire each other's virtues brings joy to us and reinforces our continued individual and relationship growth.
Acceptance: Learning to accept each other as we are, rather than trying to change the other, is a difficult struggle and adjustment for most couples. Accepting each other as we are is a vital part of expressing appreciation in a marriage. Over time we actually appreciate the differences and see the benefits they bring to us as individuals and as partners.
Affirmation: Letting each other know how important we are to each other. Affirmations are important in building and supporting each other's sense of self-esteem. Affirming your spouse is a way of validating who they are. When we affirm each other, we kindle the depths of the soul of our marriage."
HOW DO WE AFFIRM EACH OTHER?
Here are a few examples how you can affirm your spouse. Hold hands in the car when you are at the stop light. Wink at each other across a crowded room. Give a love letter or card on days other than birthdays and anniversaries. Jump surprisingly in the shower with her, but do not have sex. Take him a bunch of hibiscus flowers you picked from your garden. Rush out to give your wife a cool glass of water while she is cutting the grass with the lawn mower. Say "good morning honey" to your spouse. Tell your spouse "thank you for that wonderful sexual experience last night." Drive each other to work occasionally. Eat lunch together regularly. Cuddle each other in the living room without sex on the agenda. Go on a date every week. Gossip about your spouse to your friends as often as possible. Have a photo of your spouse on your desk at work or in your wallet.
HAPPY COUPLES LIVE LONGER
The latest research tells us that happy couples live longer and have healthier lives. According to psychologist, Dr. Brent J. Atkinson, in his article "Emotion Intelligence" evidence suggests that those who succeed in their marriages will live an average of four years longer than those who don't (Gottman & Silver, 1999). They will have an average of 35 percent less illness, have healthier immune systems, will be substantially less likely to become violent, homicidal, or suicidal, and less likely to experience an emotional or mental disorder. They will have a lower risk of being involved in automobile accidents. The children of those who succeed in their marriages will have fewer health problems, better academic performance, more social competence, less depression, less problems with social contact, more ability to regulate their emotions, lower heart rate physiological reactivity when experiencing negative emotions, and lower quantities of stress-related hormones circulating in their bodies. Do all you can to keep your marriage healthy and happy.
Barrington Brennen is a marriage and family therapist. Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 242-327-1980 or visit www.soencouragement.org.
Prosecutors yesterday reinstated a murder charge against four men, a day after a magistrate discharged the case because of the repeated failure of witnesses to appear.
Seriozha McKenzie, 32, of London Avenue, Miller's Heights; Merritt Forbes, 27, of Chesnut Street, Pinewood Gardens; Kooban Barr, 27, of Lynden Pindling Estates; and Teddy Butler, 25, were arraigned before acting Magistrate Jeanine Weech-Gomez for the May 7, 2010 shooting death of 17-year-old Berkley Miller.
Magistrate Derence Rolle-Davis on Monday dismissed the case, which had been before his court for 15 months when civilian witnesses did not show up for the preliminary inquiry.
Prosecutors now plan to bypass the hearing in the magistrate's Court and send the case to the Supreme Court by a voluntary bill of indictment.
All of the defendants were remanded to prison. However, Senior Justice Jon Isaacs approved $20,000 bail for McKenzie who was free during the hearing before the magistrate.
Two men facing murder and attempted murder charges learned their trial date yesterday.
Owen "Cat" McKenzie of Bamboo Town and Allan Knowles Jr. of Butler Street, were informed that their trial for the September 17, 2010 murder of Chrysteria Brown and the attempted murder of her boyfriend, Dario McKenzie, will begin on June 18, 2012 before Justice Vera Watkins. Their co-accused Anthorn Smith, who is on bail, was not present for the fixture hearing.
Brown was sleeping over at her boyfriend's home at Garden Hills when someone fired gunshots into their upstairs bedroom window.
Lawyers for McKenzie and Knowles asked Senior Supreme Court Justice Jon Isaacs to consider releasing them on bail pending trial.
Michael Kemp, McKenzie's attorney, said there was no fear of "retributive actions against him, as it has not happened to any of his co-accused." He also said the defendants had been committed to the Supreme Court since October last year.
Romauld Ferreira adopted those arguments in seeking bail for Knowles.
Isaacs deferred the bail application until next week to allow the Crown time to respond.
Funeral Service for Tavarie Williams Culmer Maycock, 31 of Nassau Village will be held on Saturday 13th August, 2011 at 2:00pm at Whosoever Will Church of God International, Alexander Boulevard, Nassau Village. Officiating will be Prophet Derek Bastian assisted by Bishop Roderick McIntosh Sr. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish his memories is his: children: Mia, Alia, Dilliom and Jmani; parents: Nehemiah and Georgina Culmer; grandmother: Verlina Maycock; grandfathers: George Williams and George Paul; sisters: Lila, Verlina, Nadia, Sandy, Atalia, Kryzia, Beyonce and Amiah; brothers: Carl, Renaldo, Lamont and Nehemiahje; nieces: Jada, Acadia, Valiesha, Antona ...
By SANCHESKA BROWN
POLICE shot and injured a man yesterday after he allegedly assaulted an officer and attempted to break into a house.
Officers were on routine patrol around 11.55am in Stapeldon Gardens when they saw a man acting suspiciously in Swordfish Drive.
Assistant Superintendent Samuel Butler, the officer in charge of the Grove police station, said: "One of our patrol units observed the suspect leaving a premises. They proceeded to stop him and as they approached him, he put up a struggle.
"The suspect then attempted to disarm an officer and was subsequently shot in the leg."
ASP Butler said police believe the man was attempting to break into one of the residences i ...
Funeral Service for Dorcas Heastie Burrows, 87, of Sapphire Ridge Road, Sans Souci will be held on Saturday August 20th, 2:00 p.m. at Bahamas Faith Ministries, Carmicahel Road. Dr. Myles Munroe assisted by Dr. Dave Burrows and Pastor Robyn Gool will officiate. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John K. Kennedy Drive.
Left to cherish precious memories is her children: Leona Mitchell, Linelle Thompson, Phillip Burrows, Pastor Marilyn Gool, Dr. David Burrows, Sherwin Burrows and Terrance Burrows; sons-in-law: Stanley Mitchell, Robert Thompson and Pastor Robyn Gool; daughters-in-law: Dr. Bernadette Burrows, Angela Burrows, and Christine Burrows.
Seventeen grandchildren: Dr. ...
Funeral Service for Kerby Laurent, 19, of East Street will be held on Saturday, August 20, 2011 at 2:00 p.m.
Calvary Haitian Baptist Church
Pastor Henri Cher-Aime
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road
Left to cherish precious memories are his parents: Elda Lubin and Gabalieus Laurent; step-father: Manus Fleurisme; 2 grandmothers: Deliverance Oscar & Anne Marie Joseph;; 8 uncles: Amory Oscar, Whitney, Aldren, & Marc Henry Lubin, Jackson, Elysee, Benson & Mark Joseph; 7 aunts: Jeanette George, Annie George-Frandieu, ...
Funeral Service for Randolph Swaby, 80, of Joans Heights died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Saturday 6 August, 2011 will be held on Saturday August 20 at 2pm at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral. Officiating will be Father Paschal Ukpeh assisted by Monsignor. Alfred C. Culmer. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Roads.
Left to cherished his memories are his sons: Anthony, Patrick, Jeffrey, Randolph Jr., Stanislaus-Brandon, Michael, Kevin Swaby, Dominique Hall; one daughter: Theresa Johnson; Sisters: Venus Heastie and Joan Swaby; brothers: Ira and Philip Swaby; Daughters-in-law: Melanie, Julie, Lavern, Chris, Faye, Majorie Swaby; son-in-law: Ron Joh ...
Jermaine Nairn, 34, of Tulip Avenue, Garden Hills #3 died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Monday 15th August, 2011.
He is survived by his parents: Archie and Pauline Nairn; sisters: Areshea Nairn, Tica Stuart; brothers: Tomiko Nairn, Alexis Roberts; numerous nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Funeral Announcements will be announced at a later date.
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WESTERN DISTRICT (NEW PROVIDENCE)
Bahamas Association for the Physically Disabled
Dolphin Drive (242)322-2393/328-1020
Church of God of Prophecy Gambier
Gambier Village (242) 322-3097/322-3241
Hillview Seventh day Adventist Church
Tonique Williams-Darling Drive (242) 361-8683
Mount Moriah Baptist Church
Farrington Road (242) 323-1747
New Providence Community Centre
Blake Road (242) 327-1660
Tonique Williams-Darling Drive
CENTRAL DISTRICT (NEW PROVIDENCE)
Calvary Bible Church
Collins Avenue (242) 326-0800
Church of God of Prophecy
East & Lifebouy Streets (242) 322-8376
Church of God of Prophecy Augusta & Patton Streets
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church
St Charles Vincent Street (242) 322-8161
Meadow and West Streets (242) 323-5608
St. Barnabas Anglican Church
Blue Hill and Wulff Roads (242) 323-5995
St. John's Baptist Cathedral Educational Building
Augusta & South Streets
EASTERN DISTRICT (NEW PROVIDENCE)
Church of God Auditorium
Joe Farrington Road
Epworth Hall at Shirley Street
St. James Road (242) 393-7398
Epiphany Anglican Church
Prince Charles Drive 242-364-2884 / 242-324-7639
Holy Cross Anglican Church
Soldier Road (242) 393-2428
Kemp Road Union Baptist Church
Kemp Road (242) 393-5932
Pilgrim Baptist Church
St. James Road (242) 393-3644
St. Mary's Hall, St. Augustine
Bernard Road, Fox Hill (242) 324-1511
SOUTHERN DISTRICT (NEW PROVIDENCE)
Agape Full Gospel Baptist Church
Kennedy Subdivision (242) 328-6937
Golden Gates Assembly
Carmichael Road (242) 361-3347
Goodnews Seventh-day Adventist Church
New Bethlehem Baptist Church
Independence Drive (242) 341-8432
Southwest Cathedral Church of God
Carmichael Road (242) 341-2601
Police have filed a murder charge against two suspects in the shooting death of Alexander Hepburn.
Carlos Colebrooke, 23, of Williams Street, Nassau Village, and Geovanny Lefleur, 20, of Hope Gardens, appeared before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez yesterday accused of the August 5 murder of Hepburn, who was also known as "Boy Blue".
Hepburn, 30, was drinking a beer in front of a bar on Alexandria Boulevard, Nassau Village when a gunman shot him in the head.
Colebrooke and Lefleur did not have to enter pleas to the murder charge. Prosecutors plan to commit the case to the Supreme Court for trial on September 27.
Gomez said he would recommend that prison officials keep the men in the remand center after lawyer Geoffrey Farquharson raised concerns about their safety.
According to Farquharson, Hepburn has relatives in the maximum security unit of the prison who have made threats against the men.
By LAMECH JOHNSON
TWO men were arraigned in Magistrates Court yesterday, charged with committing the country's 87th homicide for the year which occurred in Nassau Village.
Carlos Colebrooke, 23, of Williams Street, and Geovanny Lefleur, 20, of Hope Gardens, appeared before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez in Court One, Bank Lane, in connection with the shooting death of Alexander Hepburn on Friday, August 5.
Hepburn, also known as "Boy Blue", died on Alexandria Boulevard after being shot multiple times about the body.
The accused were not allowed to enter a plea to the murder charge, due to the nature of the offence. The prosecution will present a Voluntary Bill of Indictment on S ...
Funeral Service for Clayton Daniel Smith, 32, of Carmichael Road died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Thursday 15th September, 2011 will be held at 11:00am on Saturday 1st October, 2011 at Mt. Nebo Union Baptist Church, Marshall Road. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Charles E. Rolle assisted by other ministers of the gospel. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish his memories is his mother: Norma Mae Rolle; daughter: Claytesha Daniela Smith; sister: Patrice Smith; brothers: Harrison, MaCauther, Deangelo, Danny, and Frankie Smith; numerous nieces and nephews; uncles: George Taylor of Stuart, Fla., Isaac Hepburn, Samuel Major, Wilton, Harcourt, Leslie and David Rolle ...
Funeral Service for Retired Nursing Officer Janina Pennerman, 52, of Eastwood Estates will be held on Sunday, October 2nd , 2011 at 10:00am at Centerville Seventh Day Adventist Church, Centerville. Officiating will be Pastor Eric D. Clarke, assisted by Pastor Paul Scavella, Pastor Keith Anson Albury and other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
She will be lovingly remembered and treasured by her husband of fourteen years: Christopher L. Pennerman; children: Christopher Ryan Timothy and Christophe D’enza Jason; parents: Fredrick D’enza Whylly and Sylvia Phidd; step mother: Valerie Whylly; mother-in-law: Frances Stuart; father-in- ...
Funeral Service for Mrs. Greatel Maud Watson age 73 years of Alexander Drive formerly of St. Anne's Parish Jamaica will be held on Saturday August 27th at Evangelistic Pentecostal Church, Garden Hills at 11am. Officiating will be Bishop Simeon C. Wallace and internment will follow in the Southern Cemetery.
Those who mourn with hope are those who loved Greatel and stand in God's shadow waiting for His return: Her husband of 28 years: Solomon Watson. Her children: Ionie Simpson of Orlando, Florida, Loretta Braynen, Eloinise Burrows, Angella Witter of Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Junior Lee Bryan of Kingston, Jamaica. Her step-children: Stephanie and Jerry Buder, Jestina Watson, and Lloyd Bryan. Her children-in-law: Peter Simpson of Orlando, Florida, Cephas Burrows and Courtney Lyle Sr. Her brothers: Alonzo Watson and Neville Allen, both of Jamaica. Her grandchildren: Marlon, Glen, Keena, Carsheira, Kevin, Abigale, Leon, Garvin, Arrissa, Vanessa, Shawn B., Omar, Crystal, Christina, Courtney, Corey, Seion, Mickel, Gonij, Brittany, Rochelle.justin, Christopher, Shawn, Shanalle and Maurice. Her great-grandchildren: GlenJr., LaCrista, Omar Jr., Clendeena, Angel, Andrey, Maira, Seina,
Other friends and relatives include: Marva Thompson, Isabella Burrows, Gerone Clark,
Robertson Dieudonne, Veronica Gibson, Lauramae Ennis, Gloria Pitter, Thomas Small, Indian, Daphne and Myers Burrell, Latoya Burrows, and Andrew Allen.
Friends may pay their respect at Demeritte's Funeral Home on Friday from 10am to 6pm and on Saturday at the church from 10 am until service time.
Funeral Service for Naomi Gaitor, 73, of the Grove will be held on Saturday, October 1, 2011 at 11:00 a.m.
Christ The King Parish Church
Ridgeland Park, West
Canon Curtis Robinson
Reverend Bradley Miller
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive
She is survived by her companion: Bernard Rolle Sr.; five sons: James, Bernard Jr., Eric, Stephen and Nathan Rolle; five daughters: Lizerene Dames, Althamese Rahming, Deloris, Denise and Cassandra Rolle; four sisters: Petral Lightbourne, Maria Huyler, Ethel Gaitor and Jean Dean of Homestead, Florida; eighteen gran ...
Funeral Service for Mr. Bersil Sidney Duvalier age 58 years of Montgomery Ave. formerly of Pirates Well, Mayguana will be held at Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church on Saturday August 27th at 11am. Officiating will be Rev. howard T.G. Smith assisted by other ministers and internment will follow in the Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery.
Left to cherish his fond memories are: His loving, caring and devoted wife Muriel, one daughter, Shonell Duvalier Butler, one son-in-law, Kevin Butler, one grand son, Kavaughn Butler. Mother, Ethlyn Brown Williams, Six sisters Beatrice Williams, Bronell Humes, Laslelle Moxey, Veranique Moxey, Elva Williams, Katrina Moxey, Six brothers Alexander and Perry Williams, Haymish and Clarence Moxey, Patrick McPhee and Toney Lewis. Mother-in-law, Pastor Irene Charlton. Sisters-in-Law, Dorcena Nixon, Edith Tynes, Jacqueline Bain, Iris Depass, Janet and Rev. Judy Charlton, Lavern McPhee, Christina Williams and Sandra Robinson. Brothers-in-Law, Roy and McDonald Charlton, Bishop Karven Bain, Christopher Nixon Sr. Micheal Tynes and Anthony Humes.
Numerous nieces and nephews including: Edvardo Charlton, Antonio Murphy, Enoch Thurston, Adam and Amad Ferguson, Ayesha Charlton, Euradicia Rahming, Makeeda and Tyra Thurston, Andrewnique Black and Tanya Rolle,Valentino, Ryan and Kedron Williams, Rovel Curry, Anishka Smith, Sasha Rolle, Oparah, Desiree and Alexandria Williams, Tonia Colebrooke, Stacey, Nickya, Shanae and Travis Demeritte and Antonio Humes and Karina Glinton.
Relatives and Friends: Jocelyn Pratt, Eloise Jones, Daphanie and Nishad Menon, Lashelle, Sheldon, Sherrel, Sheric King, Trevor Munroe and Lashan McKenzie, Stafford Bain, Cornilus Collie and Family, Marie and Hayward McKinney & Family, The Hon. Sidney Collie M.P., The Hon, V. Alfred Gray M.P MICAL, The Hon. Bradley Roberts, M.P., Mildred Williamson & Family, James Murphy, Dr. Janet Patterson & Family, Violey McKinney & Family, Eddins Taylor, Earnal Brown & Family, Limas Taylor, Norwood Rahming & Family, Yergan Williamson, Ester Barry, Donna Brown and Family, Patrick, Eric, Sheldon and Berkly Collie, Thelma Deleveaux, Emaline Moss, Ned Brooks, Livingstone Gibson, Vernice Brooks, Reginald Charlton & Family, Lionel and Burntle (Mac) Charlton, Verly Mckinney & Family, Toney Lewis and Family, Hiram Kelly, Deon and Daphanie Moss, Nora McCalla & Family, Ivy Charlton, Pastor Clifford & Edith McKinney, Margaret Rahming, Valda Rolle & Family, Silvia Forbes, Angie Ferguson & Family, Alfreda Hepburn & Family, Linda Ward & Family, Linda Fernander, Milton Mckinney, Desmond Collie and Family The Staff and Patients of The Dialysis Unit Princess Margaret Hospital, The Staff of: d'Albenas Agency, Coin of The Realm, Continental Foods, Bahamas Couriers Ltd., Star Trek Meat Mart, The Principal & Staff of E. P. Roberts Primary School and The Communities of Abraham's Bay, Pirates Well and Betsy Bay, Mayaguana.
Friends may pay their respect at Demeritte's Funeral Home on Friday from 10 am to 6pm and on Saturday at the church from 10 am until service time.
Thousands of Carnival
Revelers and Masqueraders Set To Transform Miami Gardens into a Potent
Mixture of Caribbean Culture
Miami, Fl - The Miami Broward One Carnival Host Committee (MBOCHC) is pleased
to announce one of South Florida's signature events,
Carnival in the Gardens will be held on Sunday, October 9, 2011,
in Miami Gardens, FL. This year's parade will move this colorful and
rhythmic Caribbean party along the streets of Miami Gardens to the festival
area at Sun Life Stadium((
Dan Marino Boulevard, Miami Gardens, FL 33056). Miami Carnival has been
an important ingredient within the culture and fabric of the South Florida
community. It has been enthusiastically celebrated for the past 26 years
on Columbus Day weekend...