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Police have charged a third suspect with the home invasion murder of phone card vendor Charles Chrysotome.
James Mombranche, 18, of Winder's Terrace, did not have to enter a plea to the murder charge when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez yesterday.
Mombranche joins Ricardo Brown, 23, of Gilbert Street, and Rodney Johnson, 19, of Garden Hills, on remand for the February 26, 2011 incident.
Prosecutors intend to fast-track the case to the Supreme Court by eliminating the preliminary inquiry in the magistrate's court.
Funeral srvice for Walter Vanzola Evans Sr., 75 of South Beach Estates, & formerly of Nicholls Town, Andros, who passed away on 21st June, 2011, will be held at Emmanuel Gospel Chapel, Malcolm Allotment, on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. v Officiating will be Pastor Rex Major, Pastor Tom Roberts, Pastor Joshua Sands Jr. & Elder Stanley Pinder. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Left to cherish his memories is his loving wife and companion of 10 years, Althea Evans
Four Sons: Petty Officer Jeffrey (Karen), Assistant Superintendent of Police Walter Jr. (Laverne), Engineer Protection & Metering B.E.C Samuel (Christa) & Constable 1860 Rae Evans (Vanessa Darv ...
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.
Since this is the start of the hot weather, I suggest that you do all hard jobs before or after the blistering part of the day is over.
Roses: Continue to cut back faded blooms to a healthy outside bud with five leaflets. Remove and dispose of leaves infected with black spot or mildew. Continue your program of fertilizing, disease and pest control.
Fruit trees: This is the beginning of the mango season so you can give your fruit trees a small dose of fertilizer. Check all your fruit trees for dead branches and remove any branch that may cause damage to your home in the event of a hurricane. Check your citrus trees for thrips, mites and mealy bugs. Remember to seal all wounds with pruning paint or sealant.
Flowers: Continue to remove spent blossoms of annuals, perennials and summer bulbs. Add organic mulch to control weeds and maintain moisture at the roots of the plants. Sow zinnias, marigolds and other annuals to be ready for fall flowering.
Trees and shrubs: Prune summer bloomers to encourage blooming. Check hibiscus plants for scales and ixora plants for white flies and spray accordingly.
Lawns: Mow and fertilize your lawn. If there is no rain, use a sprinkler to water your grass. Continue with your weed control program. If you have crab grass problem there is a selective herbicide "Image" which can be used effectively.
Watering: During the summer months you are required to do more watering of your lawn, vegetable and flower garden. The most efficient way to supply water is at ground level. This minimizes evaporation and places the water exactly where it is needed in the soil. I would suggest that you use overhead sprinklers early in the day to minimize evaporation and allow time for leaves to dry. Watering of your lawn should be carried out in the evening after 5 p.m. An automatic timer ensures that the garden gets watered even when you are not at home, but always check a plant to see if it needs water by sticking a finger a few inches into the soil. Water deeply if it feels dry. Avoid letting plants get to the wilting point as wilting weakens overall plant health. Keep newly transplanted plants well watered until they are established in the garden soil.
Watch for: Attacks by aphids, scale and thips, and spray with an insecticide containing Blackleaf 40, Malathion or Orthene Systemic Insect Spray. Follow the directions given by the manufacturer for application. To control slugs and snails, control using a bait containing Menurol or any other slug and snail bait.
Planting guide for July
Flowers: Aster, cosmos, gaillardia, marigold, portuluca, periwinkle, salvia.
Vegetables: Celery, collards, eggplant, okra, pepper, spinach and turnip.
Grasses: Bahia and Bermuda
For help with your garden problems, write to: Garden Korner, P.O. Box N-3011, Nassau.
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The Ministry of Works & Transport advises that paving of the northern lane of Prince Charles Drive between Fox Hill Road and Pine Barren Road is now complete. This lane is now once again open for vehicular traffic.
The FULL ROAD CLOSURE on Prince Charles Drive will now shift West to between Pine Barren Road and College Garden Road.
Motorists traveling West (Fox Hill Road & Prince Charles Drive junction) should continue on Prince Charles Drive and follow the diversion signs in place through Pine Barren & College Garden Road (by old Tom Mae’s Pharmacy). Eastbound traffic on Prince Charles should continue to divert onto Beatrice Ave.
Meantime the following road closures and detour ...
Last rites for Christine Annarose Poitier, 49, of Nassau Village will be held on Saturday at 1:00 P.M. at Cooper’s Terrace Highway Church of God, Cooper’s Terrace off Kemp Road. Officiating will be Bishop Dr. Robert Mcphee assisted by Rev. Ivan Marshall and Other Ministers of Religion. Interment in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
She is survived by her husband of 26 years Wesley Poitier; 3 Children: Wesleyann Rolle, Lashawnda and Wesley Jr. Poitier; 4 Sisters: Cherrylee Neille, Paulamae Williams of Miami Fla., Marva Gilcott and Michelle Finley; 2 Adopted Sisters: Janina Pennerman and Kelliann Sands; 4 Brothers: Raymond Finley, Ian Jetson and Johnnelle Gilcott; 9 Aunts: Blanc ...
Funeral Service for John Farrington, 73 of Golden Gates #2 who died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Saturday August 6th, 2011, will be held on Sunday August 14th, 2011 at 1:00 pm at New Bethlehem Baptist Church, Independence Drive. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Everette J. Brown, assisted by Rev. Joseph Saunders, Rev. Errold Farquharson, Rev. Tyrone Laing, Minister Shelis Brown, Elder Cora Mcphee, Elder Yvonne Deveaux and Other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment will follow in Lakeview memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Road.
His loving wife of 50 years: Vera Farrington; Sons: John Jr. & Brian Farrington; Daughters: Genester, Christine & Wilma Farrington, Angela Jackson ...
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Garden gnomes Gnomeo (voice of McAvoy) and Juliet (voice of Blunt) have as many obstacles to overcome as their quasi namesakes when they are caught up in a feud between neighbors......
By Gardener Jack
DURING the upcoming vegetable growing season we will need to use plenty of fertilizer to ensure good crops. Plants produce some of their food through photosynthesis, and in the early stages through seed leaves. But this is like a car in idle; it will not take you far.
Plants also need elements and absorb them through their roots in the form of soluble salts. There are three major elements: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Then there are the minor elements, those of which we usually need only a trace, but like vitamins to human beings they are all essential to the health of a plant. The minor elements are calcium, magnesium, zinc, chlorine, copper, manganese, molybdenum, sulphu ...
Funeral service for Eulah Morley Taylor, 92, of East Street South, will be held11:00 a.m. Saturday, August 20th 2011 at First Baptist Church, Market Street and Coconut Grove Avenue. Officiating will be Rev Earl Francis and other ministers of the gospel. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish her memories are: Her children and their spouses - Rudolph Ferguson of Hialeah, Florida, Jeannette Cunningham, Winston & Jennifer, Munnings of Coral Lakes, Florida; Edda Mae & Granville Weech; granddaughters: Rev Christye Grant of Miami Florida, Ms Katrine McGhow of Miami Florida; Aurora Ferguson of Atlanta, Georgia, Indira & Sabrina Munnings of Washingto ...
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. ...
Memorial Service for Leon Stanley “Stan” Smith, 57, who died on Thursday August 4, 2011, will be held at Our Lady’s Catholic Church, Deveaux Street on Thursday August 18, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.
The funeral service for Mr Smith, of Carew Street, will be held on Saturday August 20, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at
St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Boyd Road. Officiating will be Rev. Fr. Alain Laverne assisted by Deacon Peter Rahming and Deacon Maxwell Johnson. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.
Precious memories will forever linger in the hearts of his devoted Wife: Delma Maria Smith; Daughter: Syretta Smith; ...
Funeral Service for Pheobe Elizabeth Cox Taylor, 67, of Baillou Hill Estates and formerly of Sandy Point Abaco, who died August 9th at the Princess Margaret Hospital will be held on Saturday 1:00 p.m. at the Parish Church Of The Most Holy Trinity Trinity way Stapledon Gardens. The Rev. Mervyn S. Johnson will officiate and interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens Soldier Road.
Left to cherish her memories are:
Her husband Edwin Taylor, father William Cox, sons Robert and Prince Taylor, daughters; Claudine Roberts, Clara Taylor of Baltimore Maryland and Rose Fawkes, step-son Vincent Ingraham, step daughter: Eula Gaitor, adopted sons: Bradley, Dion, Shawn and Clay Smith, sister: Mrs. Vivian Reckle ...
THE police are calling on members of the public to assist them in solving the country's 91st homicide for the year.
Pregnant mother Bareshallee Lewis of Flamingo Gardens was gunned down outside an unfinished commercial building on Prince Lane, off Prince Charles Drive.
She and her son were there to visit her husband, who is a security guard at the site.
In a press conference yesterday at the Central Detective Unit, Supt Stephen Dean appealed to the public for information on the murder of Mrs Lewis.
He said: "It's a serious matter, it's a matter that calls for community concern and every Bahamian should be concerned.
"Anyone who has information on the suspects in that re ...
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 ...
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.
Miami, FL, - Sharing a united passion for the
2011 Miami Carnival in the Gardens, set
to take place on
Sunday, October 9, 2011 at 12 noon, the Miami Broward One
Carnival Host Committee is positioned to produce one of the biggest and most
vibrant cultural presentations that the South Florida area has ever witnessed.
With over 20 masquerade bands and 6 steel bands parading and competing for
"Band of the Year" bragging rights, the streets of Miami Gardens will be
adorned with beautiful, colorful and intricate costumes along with the
infectious musical sounds of soca. With a significant impact on tourism, Miami
Carnival in the Gardens has become a staple event within the fabric of South
Funeral Service for LeRoy KemRick Brathwaite age 76 years a resident of #10 Gleniston Gardens, Nassau and formerly of St. Michaels Barbados will be held on Saturday 27th, August, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Margaret's Anglican Church, Kemp Road. Officiating will be Fr. Oswald Pinder, Fr. Stephen Davies and Fr. Dr. Ronald Hamilton.
Interment will be made in Ebenezer Cemetery, East Shirley Street.
Left to cherish the memories of LeRoy are his devoted wife of 47 years Angela Brathwite four sons Kenrick Brathwaite, Police Inspector Michael Brathwaite, Neil and Sean Brathwaite four daughters Sandra Brathwaite-Nixon, Marsha Saunders, Lola Johnson and Patrice Brathwaite twostep-daughters Gina Dorsett and Inga Bostwick 22 grandchildren Lauriettte Brathwaite, Katrina and Craig Nixon Jr., Jonathan Whyms, Krystine Brathwaite-Kinsel, Kelli and Kenrick Brathwaite Jr., Larry Saunders II, De'schanelle Saunders-Miller, D'yanndria and Destinee Saunders, Michaela, Michael Jr., Andrew and Zoe Brathwaite, Xyne'a Johnson, Knisia Johnson-Thompson and Tone' Johnson, Ari and Ashira Brathwaite, Shamere and Shimon Brathwaite six step-grandchildren Ya'Lann Coakley, Shelby and Malik Darsett, Petra and Peter Marshall and Ashaki Gibson four great grandchildren Kealo Brathwaite, Peyton Miller, Alaina Nixon and Maaliyah Thompson nieces Renee Hanna, Patrice Bowe, Tina Lockhart, Tennessee Bowe and Tabitha Styles nephews Brian and Neil Wright, Dillon Burrows, Patrick Bowe Jr., Richard Fox and Paul Major Jr. daughters-in-law Christine, Shirlyn (Shorie), Dannielle and Gloriann Brathwaite sons-in-law Mr. Larry Saunders and Mr. Everette Johnson sisters-in-law Brenda Bowe and Joanne Major brothers-in-law Paul Major Sr. numerous cousins including Gary Brathwaite and Family, Orville Durant and Family of Barbados, Atlee Brathwaite and Family of Barbados, Eggy Eastmound and Family of Barbados and a host of other relatives and friends including Ruby Murdoch-Hill and Family, Mrs. Jacquline P. Pittman of Ocala Fla.Carol Kemp, Mrs. Judy Cash and Family, Mrs. Bertha Newbold, Mrs. Patsy Roberts, Eldeace Wright, marion Wright, Fr. De'Angelo Bowe, Arthur Lockhart, Mr. Justice Neville Smith and Families, Mr. Clyde Rashad, Mr, Llewelyn Armstrong, Mr. Colin Deane and Families, Mr. Irvin Armstrong, Mr. Teddy Gazette, Mr. Michael Thompson, Mr. Carlton Jones, Marvin Bain, Mr. Paul Thompson, Mr. Colin Puckerin and Families, Mr. Barry Reid, Mr. Euristus Nicholls, Mr. Bertel Holder, Mr. E. Barrow and Family of Barbados, Mr. R. Blackman of Barbados the Styles Archer and Hudson Families, Mr. Peter Marshall Sr., Mrs. Alvilda Nottage, Mrs. Brenda Bethell, Mr. Leroy Major and Families, Helena Pennerman, Mr. Kelly Burrows, Margo McIntosh, Ms. Brenda Duvalier, Dr. Duane Sands, Nurse Rolle and Nurse Bodie, Nurses of Private Surgical Ward (PMH), The Gleniston Gardens Community including the Knowles, Murray, Bain, Moss, Davis, Rolle, Cox Families, the Barbadian, Bahamian Association, the Bahamas Cricket Association, the Cricket Club, Paradise Cricket Club, Friday Night Domino Gang, St. Margaret's Church Family, ACM of St. Margaret's Church, Retired Royal Bahamas Police Association, Prince Hall Masonic Family, Scotiabank Family, Commonwealth Bank Family, Royal Bahamas Police Force, the Attorney General's Office, Atlantis Hotel, Physiotherapy Dept, Rand Memorial Hospital, Ministry of Youth and Sports,Paul Thompson and Associates and others too numerous to mention.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home
Robinson Road and First Street from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Friday and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral service for Mother Merlene Pratt #10 Lucky Heart Corner formerly of Dumfries Cat Island will be held on Sunday August 28th at New Bethany Cathedral Key West st. at 1:30pm. Officiating will be Bishop Victor Cooper J.P. and internment will follow in the Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery.
Left to cherish her memories are her sons: Crestwell and Tyrone Pratt; Daughters: Ena Mae Fox, Catherine (Katy) Pratt; stepdaughter, Pernell Penny Pratt; Brothers: Wellington Gaitor Sr., Sister, Marionette Poitier; Aunts: Laura Muller and Eliza Pinder; Uncle: Richard Dean; son-in-law: Dr. Norman Fox; Sister-In-Law: Vera Gaitor; Daughters-in-law: Agnes and Princess Pratt; Nephews: Wellington Jr., Rudolph, Rico, Terry, Kenyon, Morley, Brando, Rev. Haden Dean; Nieces: Joeller, Janice, Vickie, Kim, Una, Edna; Grandchildren: Selema, Twyla, Tahra, Tabitha, Dara, Jason, Tyreno, Alexender, Jasmine, Kendria, Lashan, Aurea, Phelincia, Namon, Jermain, Mario, Keno, Kendra, Jaynell, Michael, Shekia, Conrode, Katyann, Robert Seymour, Thalita Rolle, Cathrina Major; Greatgrand Children: Keshona, Namon Jr., Khristian, _______???? Royce, Naomi, Makahri, Jasnique, Jamia, Janea, Keanna, Teanna, Ciera, Jamine Jr., Lindsey, Davonique, Parish, Peaches, Tyesha, Richea, Cassandra; A Host of other relatives and friends: Corene Rolle and Family, Rev. John Higgins and Family, Norman Dean and Family, Alexander Winters and Family, Remina Curry, Bishop Adline Jones and the New Beginning Prayer Ministry, Frank Campbell and Family, Berthram Sears and Family, Mr. Gregory Clear and Family, Tim Hauber and Family, Josephine Parker and Family, Rev. Haden Dean & Family, Willamena Saunders and Family, Rawson McDonald and Family, Evelina Bestman, Michael Harns, Rhoda Rolle and Family, Yvonne Pratt and Family, Leona Greenslade, Elsamae Farrington and Family, Theresa Mortimer and Family, Ena Mackey, Rebecca Smith and Family, Dorothy Strachan, Dianna Rahming and Family, Ivy Dean and Family, Princess Minnis and Geno Kemp
Friends may pay their respect at Demeritte's Funeral Home on Saturday from 10am to 6pm and on Sunday at the church from 12:30 pm until service time