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Funeral service for Captain Wilton Alexander "Capt." or "Box" Brown Sr., 73 yrs., a resident of #73 Old Cedar Street, Yellow Elder & formerly of Bluff, Eleuthera, who died on 26th April, 2012, will be held at Prayer & Praise Assembly, Ragged Island Street, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Cynthia "Mother" Pratt, assisted by other Ministers. Cremation follows.
Left to cherish his memories are his wife: Feletta Brown; Seven daughters: Judy Brown, Evangelist Sandra Knowles, Cpl. 384 Deborah Brown, Elsie Adderley, Portia Farrington, Cheryl and Peaches Brown; Twelve Sons: Captain James, Elder Leslie, Wilton, Darren, Godfrey, Edward, Rickey, Tony, and Jeffrey Brown, Sgt. 2319 Ricardo Neely, Michael and Theadore, One Brother: Henry Michael Brown; Nephews: Doctor Conville Brown, Captain Troy, Lawrence, Kevin, Rudolph, Garnet, William, Michael Brown, Jamal, Robert, Tyrone, Andrew Taylor, Gary and John Bain; Twenty Four Neices: Patsy, Vanria, Eunice, Marsha, Stephanie, Linda, Angila, Natalie, Ann, Neicey, Shirley of New York, Popsie, Janet, Natasha, Sonia, Theresa, Catherine, Kathy, Pam, Pat, Sophia, Cindy, Dinel, Sharia; Seventy Grand Children too numerous to mention including: Sheneka, Omah, Tavares, Cpl. 1416 Deangelo Butler, Gerard, Tavarren, Wenderia, Sandino, PC. 983 Latorio Demeritte, Minister Rantica Knowles, Laron, Lavanda, Urie, Trav is, Randin, Sancheo, Randolph Jr, Keithera, Paige, Nathaniel, Calrino, Miguel, Shaqueii, Shavanti, Lavardo, Donavan, Dentry, Dentrina, Leandra, Nikita, Jamario, Renaldo, Rachea, Desiree, Enrico, Riquell, Alexis, Wilton Jr, Ashinique, Denia, Quinn, Alex, Britney; Great grand children, Grand nieces and grand nephews too numerous to mention; Uncle: Howard Neely of the Bluff, Eleuthera; Aunt: Aletha Hudson of the Bluff, Eleuthera; Daughters in law: Marcia, Jacquel yn, Portia and Andra Brown; Sons in law: Randolph Knowles and Gaylen Farrington; Sisters in law: Merlene and Valerie Taylor of New Jersey;Brother in law: Aswald Taylor of Jamaica; Other relatives and friends including: The Rt. Hon Cynthia "Mother" Pratt, Marilyn,Janet and family of the Bluff, Eleuthera, Doctor Coraine Brown, Hon. Glynnis Hanna Martin, Glass Bottom Boat Association, The Bluff and Lower Bouge Communities, Old Ceder Street, Yellow Elder Community, Staff of Male Medical #2 Princess MargaretHospital, The Neely, Hudson, Brown and Johnson Families, Luceille and Nellie Rolle of Bluff, Eleuthera and Ms. Albury and Family.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral Service for the late Kendrick Livingstone Williams 81 years of #34 Sea Breeze Lane who died at his residence on Tuesday April 24th, 2012 will be held on Saturday April 28th, 2012 at 2:30pm at Holy Cross Anglican Church, Highbury off Solider Road. Officiating will be Father Norman Lightbourn, assisted by other ministers of the religion. Interment will follow inWoodlawn Gardens, Solider Road.
He is survived by his Loving Wife: Daisy Williams; Daughter: Penelope Nottage; Son: Darius Williams; Adopted Daughter:Lydia Rahming; Grandchildren: Zina and Trent Williams, Deangelo and Lily Nottage; Brothers: Carleton, Edward, Rodney;Sisters: Gloria Hanna, Shirley Francis, Jackie Smith; Brothers in Law: Swinbourne, Randolph, Wellington "Buster" (Mary), Rodney, Edward (Althea), and Louis Burrows, Ivan Francis, Roland McCardy, Roderick Wells; Sisters in Law: Iris Farquharson, Theresa Higgs, Joan Burrows, Katrina Williams, Frances Williams; Neices and their families: Debbie Hancock, Cindy Rahming, Celeste Williams, Karen Williams-Bartlett, Yasmin Robinson, Tina Hanna, Prisca Hanna, Cheryl Welles, Charmaine Stone, Jewel Julien, Angela Coleby, Flora Smith, Betsy Cenatus, Debra & Andrea Burrows, Charlotte and Stephanie Burrows, Rema Martin, Nekeria Burrows, Rochelle McKenzie, Nina Adderley, Melanie Dean, Michelle Simmons, Celeste Mullings, Tonya Ferguson, Venessa Burrows, Tara Rolle, Judy Rigby, Kayla & Tanya Farqhuarson, Alexandria Brown, Rachel Culmer; Nephews and their families: Mickey, Patrick & Neil Williams; Colin, Oswald, Adrian and Andrew Hanna; Stephen & Michael Wells, Clifford, Joseph, Benjamin, Makarios & David Smith, Stephen, Ronald, Talmon & Bruce Burrows; Andrew, Dario & Jamil Higgs; Casper & Gian Burrows; Norris Turnquest, Matthew Rolle, Jamie Gardiner; Other Family Members including: the families of Albertha Bethel, Orman Heastie, Jenathan Heastie, Otean Rahming, Albertha Whylly, Aramintha Hanna, Mary Moss, Kathleen Hanna, Hilton, Wilbert & Theophilus Williams; Neighbours: The Clarke family, Rosemary Hanna, The Pinder Family, The Moss Family, Major Family, Mr Thompson, Mr Saunders, The Davis family and many others. Numerous Friends including: Mr Saunders the mechanic, The Powells, Coopers, Higgs, families; Berchanal Moss Agency, CAP Smith, The Holy Cross family, Patrick and Eula Edwards, Patricia and Ken Murray, The Holy Cross Senior Choir family, Fr Roland Hamilton, Fr Norman Lightbourn, Fr. Alvardo Adderley, Bishop Gilbert Thompson and family Bishop Laish Boyd, The ACW and ACM, Table tennis group at St Annes Church, the Hanna, Heastie, Tynes Family, Mary Davis, Thomas Williams.
Viewing will be held in the Serenity Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads on Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and at the church on Saturday from 1:00pm until service time.
Bahamian bowlers competing in the Lee Evans Tournament of The Americas championships turned their attention to the team play segment, after racking up high rankings on the individual end.
A total of 36 games were played over a two-day period in the individual events. The games in the team's segment started late yesterday evening. No results were available up to press time. The 11 member team representing The Bahamas, as well as the other 17 countries from around the world, are playing at the Sawgrass Lanes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
At the conclusion of the individual round, Cedric Beckles and Johann Pyfrom were ranked in the top 30, in the adult men's division. Pyfrom had the better slating of the two at 26 and a score of 6,193 points. Beckles had added to his score of 3,910 points and closed with 5,930 points. The leader and division winner was Amleto Monacelli, of Venezuela, with 7,879 points. Americans Steven Smith and Jarret Mizo were second and third with 7,832 and 7,634 points respectively.
The Americans were out front in the women's division until Karen Marcano and Isabelle Rioux bowled a near prefect game to split the duo of Brenda Padilla and Tennelle Milligan.
Padilla held on and was crowned the winner with a 7,480 total, Marcano had 7,432 points and Rioux scored 7,296 points. Bahamians Michelle Lightbourne and Michelle Outten were listed 21 and 22 respectively. Lightbourne had a total of 5,529 points and Outten's score was 5,053 points.
Representing The Bahamas in the senior men's division are Earlin Bowe and Jethro Miller. A total of 6,160 points was scored by Bowe who was 14th while Miller had 6,025 points. The winner in this division was Arturo Hernandez, Brian Brazeau was second followed by Rogelio Felice of Venezuela.
Ranked 15th in the senior women is Marie Sealy and Stephanie Bowe was 17th. Sealy improved on her scoring in the remaining two sets of games. She closed with 5,174 points and Stephanie Bowe accumulated 5,317. The Bahamas was not represented in six divisions, these include the super senior women, the junior A and B men, junior A and B women divisions.
Pairing up in the mixed doubles adults were Outten and Pyfrom while Lightbourne and Beckles joined forces. The Bahamas would place 21st and 22nd in the division, thanks to the two teams. The seniors were Sealy and Miller who placed 10th overall with 2,089 points. Bowe and Bowe also entered the seniors division and finished 15th overall with 2,032 points
In the team's adult segment last year, The Bahamas was ranked 11th overall with 3,678 points. A ninth and fifth place ranking was turned in on the senior and super senior side.
The air was buzzing with excitement as over 50 young women gathered at the Church of God of Prophecy's Love Center located on Ernest and York Streets to experience the event, "C.H.A.M.P.S (chosen, honored, appointed, positive sister) Girls Jus Wanna Have Fun" summer explosion.
One of the main focuses for this young women's group is to host training and mentorship programs for young women ages 14 years and older, to benefit the young women.
The evening commenced with interactive singing led by Glenise Johnson, followed by a talk on positive self image by Stephanie Rahming. Chiquita Bowleg addressed the topic building healthy relationships and Shenecia Williams spoke to the women on being the best they can be.
Participants were also given fashion advice on what to wear and what not to wear by Leah Wong, a fashion and design student. And that was complemented by a session by Kya LaShawn who spoke on utilizing accessories, whether for the hair or just jewelry.
After the women were empowered to think and create beyond their imagination, they engaged in a session on makeup application tips and how to wear it, especially in the summer months, by Krystal Knowles.
And as always, no event is ever complete without food, so the event ended with a demonstration by Cynthia and Cynique Johnson on how to decorate cupcakes.
- Genre : Comedy
- Rating : T - 15yrs and Older
Tim (Rudd) is a rising executive who "succeeds" in finding the perfect guest, IRS employee Barry (Carell), for his boss's monthly event, a so-called "dinner for idiots," which offers certain advantages to the exec who shows up with the biggest buffoo...
Funeral Service for the Late Audrey V. Rahming-McKinney, 69 years of Blueberry Hill, Fox Hill will be held on Saturday June 2nd, 11:00 a.m. at Salem Union Baptist Church, Taylor Street. Rev. Dr. A. Enoch Backford II assisted by Rev. Warren Anderson will officiate. Interment will follow in Mt. Carey Union Baptist Church Cemetery, Fox Hill.
She is survived by Her husband: Harry; Children: Tamu and Koji; Grandchildren: Kyle, Kyra and Shamari; Daughter-in law: Gail; Sisters: Sally Ferguson, Sylvia Carey, Bishop Erma Mackey, Jacqueline Armbrister, Stephanie Rahming, Tracey Rahming and Joan McKenzie; Brothers: Franklyn "Pancho" and Daniel Rahming, and David Pugh.;God-children: Michelle Johnson; T'zoa Finlayson, Erica Cooper and Huey Armbrister Jr.; Aunts: Clementina Edgecombe, Elvina Connell, Agnes and Annette Rahming, and Marileta Butler.; Sisters-in-law: Essie Ferguson, Lydia Rahming, Celeste Lockhart, Virginia Bell Rahming, and Ernestine Miller Rahming.; Brothers-in-law: Anthony Carey and Bishop Raymond Mackey.; Nieces: Tonya and Richelle Moss, Twana McPhee, Anastacia Farrington, Tamika and Janiqua Armbrister, Safiya Major, Dara and Japera Rahming, Lynnaire Hector, Gammell Deal, Charmaine Rahming, Tiffany and Maretta Moss, Keva Wood, Vanria Culmer, Marilyn, Penny, Toni, and Kim Ferguson, Tammy Culmer, Donna Evans and Nicolette Brown.; Nephews: Derrell, Juan and Kevin Moss, Trequian, Khalil, and Tresor Rahming, Terron Musgrove, Ryan and Troy Rahming; Bernard Brown; Sernardo Farrington, Kenrick Major, Vance McPhee, Rodney, Sammy, Pedro, Gary, Dwayne and Jason Ferguson, Sterling, Edward, Roosevelt and Craig Lockhart, Ryan, RodneyJr., and Alexio Ferguson.; Grandnieces & nephews: Kevante and Kyden Cash, DaNagio, Juandia and Brianna Moss, Jalen Geason; Aaryn Farrington, Kaylee Rahming, and Ngozi McPhee.; Cousins, including: Bishop E. Randy & Minister Jacqueline Fraser and Family, Julie and Kevin Forbes; Rev Dr. J. Carl & Mrs. Evangeline Rahming and Family; Deacon Eddie & Mrs. Monica Rahming and Family, Sheila Smith and Family; Albert, Arlington, Andrew, Roger and Sandra Armbrister, Jennifer & Bishop Sheldon Newton and Family, Constance, Donnie Blatchfield and Randolph Rolle.; Special Friends & Co-workers: Karen Munroe, Brenda Duvalier; Emma Allen, Penelope Knowles, Detrich Neely, Christine Woodside, Godfrey Swain, Antonia Benjamin, Anishka Johnson, Ives "John" Dernies; Keith Roberts and Andre Major.; Neighbours: Rosalie Strachan; Sheila Hepburn, Maria Fernander, Mavis Davis and their respective families.; Other Relatives and Friends including: Elder Miriam Roker, Elder Pamela Cox, Deacon & Mrs. Fred Ramsey and Family, Deacon & Mrs. Eugene Rahming and Family, Mr. Huey & Deaconess Shirley Armbrister and Family, Alexis Williams, Enid Moncur and Family, Frances Cox and Family, Agnes Edgecombe and Family, Vernon Collie, Joan Neely, Francita Deveaux, Richard Martins, Pauline Beneby, Cheryl Martins and their respective families, Solomon Cox and Family, Frank Edgecombe and Family, Iris Kelly, Sheila Knowles and Family, Berylmae Wright and Family, Leroy Thompson, and Isadora Thompson and Family, Alice Woodside and Family; Chrisdonne Montina (her caregiver), the McKinney family of Whymms' Bight, Eleuthera; the Machine & Energy Family, Management & Staff of Leisure Travel & Tours, Rev. Dr. Philip Rahming, Rev. & Mrs. Warren Anderson and Family, Minister Theodore & Mrs. Helen Rahming, Minister Patrick & Mrs. Paulette Rahming, Dr. A. Enoch Backford II and the Mount Carey Union Baptist Church Family, Hon. Fred Mitchell, Member of Parliament for Fox Hill, Shonell Ferguson, and numerous other relatives and friends.Special thanks to Nurse Tracy Carew, Dr. Locksley Munroe and the staff of Southern Community General Clinic, and the medical team at the Princess Margaret Hospital for their professional care of Audrey.
Friends may pay their last respects at Mt. Carey Union Baptist Church, Fox Hill on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday at Salem Union Baptist Church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral Service for ELDER SHIRLEY JUDY "PET" BROWN aged 53 years of Faith Avenue who died on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012 will be held on Sunday, June 3rd at 2:00pm at Kemp Road Ministries, Kemp Road. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Ivan Ford Butler, Jr. assisted by Other Ministers Of The Gospel. Interment will be made in Lakeview Memorial Gardens and Mausoleums, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Road.
Left to cherish her memories: Her beloved Sons: Tiko and Stevon and Adopted daughter: Italia "JJ"; Her Sisters: Modena McPhee, Maxine Newton, Ruth Williams, Patricia Brown, Zella Symonette and Hollyann Brown; Her Brothers: James Darville of Houston, Texas, Ralph "Dick", Ulis Jr., Gregory, Dexter, Eglerton, Michael and David Brown; Brothers-in-law: Bishop Robert A. McPhee, Rev. Alfred Williams and Kenneth Symonette Sr.; Sisters-in-law: Marva Brown, Carolyn Darville of Houston, Texas and Pandora Darville of The Bluff, Eleuthera; Nieces and Nephews: Michelle and E. W. Hayes of Charlotte, North Carolina, Yvette and Shawn Knowles, Moleka McPhee, Robyn and Bishop Denczil Rolle, Lynette and Edward Benoit Sr., Deuel and Daythan Newton, Yasmin and Kenneth Newbold, Vernita, Jocond and Alfred Williams Jr., Veronique Knowles, Petra, Rasheed and Kenicka Brown, P.C. 2832 Kenneth Symonette, Jr. and Kenise Symonette, Kevon, Khasna, Kyle, Dijonaise, Diandrea, D'andrè and Marissa Brown, Chardell Gibson and Dexter Riley Jr., Numerous Grand Nieces and Nephews; (3) Uncles: Milton Saunders, George Brown and Ernest Munroe of Moss Town, Exuma; (3) Aunts: Mary Saunders, Corene Saunders of Orlando, Florida and Cora McKenzie of Barraterre, Exuma; Numerous Cousins including: Sheila and Ezra Curry, Maria, Marilyn, Vernita and Elrita Munroe, Esther James, Paulette Farrington, Germaine White, Kayla Rolle, Henry and James Saunders; Deanne, Autie and Vandlyn McKenzie, Alice Whymms, Elizabeth Kelly, Kori, Alexander, Albert, Gary, Alexandria, Dino, Otis and Brayden Darville, Ginger and Elvira Hamilton of Deerfield, Florida. Sherman and Samuel Brown and Family, Francis Brown and Family of Black Point, Exuma, Beverley Robinson and Family, Ann Sweeting and Family and Annismae Smith; Adopted Mother: Louise Prosper; Godmother: Nellie Rolle; Godchildren: Emmanuel Butler, Giovanni Cargill, Ivana Deveaux, Jasmin Harper, Crystal Curtis, Gabriella Butler and Dwaniqua Collie; Other Relatives and Friends Including: The Rev. Dr. C.W. Saunders and Family, Rev. Dr. Ivan Ford and Dr. Joann Butler, Rev. Dr. Daisy and Barry Winder, Jennifer Sutherland, Deborah Bain, Francita and Ivan Deveaux, Deacon Gregory and Sherell Mortimer, Mother Ruth Flowers and Family, Dr. David & Rose Butler and Family, Magdeline Murphy and Family, Clarabell Charles and Family, Sherilyn Brown, Marion Taylor, Ennetta and John Sanford, Denise Saunders, Mahalia Bootle, Stephen Roberts and Family, Pamela Rolle and Family, Lydia Mckenzie and Family, Sandra Mortimer and Family, Vernie Rolle and Family, Everette Hart and Family, Ethlyn Rolle & Family, Hanna Brice and Family, Hazel Knowles and Family, Suzie Black & Family, Vanderlyn Moss, Gregory Coakley, Dorethea Rolle, Sharon Shea, Christine & Isamae Curtis and Family, Anastacia Ferguson, Shawn & Neka Mortimer, Shirley Cooper and Family, Ruth Delancy and Family, Amos and Cynthia Ferguson and Family, Sedika Elliott and Family, Kenneth and Stephanie Clarke and Family, Stella Major and Family, Nejara Farrington, Katrina Williams and Sylvia Daniels of Miami, Florida and SAC's Class of 1975. Neighbours: Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Claridge and Family, George Johnson and Family, Sandra Bain and Family, Jen Sweeting and Family, Blossie Smith and Family, Regina Albury and Family, Absolom Roach and Family, The Descendants of Henry and Rebecca Saunders, The Descendants of Mitchel and Albertha Brown of Black Point, Exuma, The staff and patrons of STS Gift Center especially Wilfred Sergent, The Ministry of Finance and Revenue Section Staff, especially The Lunch Bunch, The Pastoral, Leadership Team and members of Kemp Road Ministries including the Senior Saints and others too numerous to mention.
Viewing will be held at Clarke's Funeral Home #10 Tonique Williams-Darling Highway on Saturday, June 2nd from 10:00am to 4:00pm and on Sunday, June 3rd from 12:00 Noon at the church until service time.
- Genre : Action, Comedy, Crime, Fantasy
- Rating : C - 18yrs and Older
A recently slain cop joins a team of undead police officers working for the Rest in Peace Department and tries to find the man who murdered him....
Uber is in 51 countries around the world but is not in The Bahamas yet. Popular in big cities, Uber is an app which connects drivers with people who need rides, and essentially works as a taxi meter helping drivers earn money using their own cars.
As you can imagine, there has been huge backlash in the form of massive taxi protests in Paris, Madrid, Rome, Milan and Berlin. Those opposed to Uber and various other rideshare apps including Lyft and Sidecar, are concerned about the legitimacy of drivers and whether or not they are licensed, properly insured and vetted with background checks. Valued at $40 billion, despite the growing pains, Uber is a power in the new "sharing economy" and as local regulations vary greatly, legislators around the world are scrambling to make sense of it. Most countries' laws prohibit fee-paying transport services that use unregistered, private or rented vehicles. Many federal governments like Korea have issued cease and desist orders against Uber whilst other regulators such as the City of Toronto officials in Canada have been fining Uber in order to encourage them to get licensed and become compliant.
Under section 36 of the Bahamas Road Traffic Act, it is an offence to drive (or hire another person to drive) a public service vehicle unless they hold the appropriate public service driver's license.
To apply for a Bahamian public service driver's license you must be a Bahamian citizen over 21 years of age having held a driver's license for at least three years and Bahamahost certified. Following that, there are interviews, practical driving and maintenance repairs tests, physical and mental competency tests, character references and criminal checks including traffic offenses. Given our tourism economy, there is an incredible amount of regulation regarding public service drivers including standard of conduct, appearance and dress, maximum fares as well as the treatment of passengers' belongings.
Likewise, it is an offense under section 64 of the act to use a motor vehicle to carry passengers for hire or reward unless it is licensed under the act as a public service vehicle. Thus, drivers of privately licensed motor vehicles are strictly prohibited from carrying fee-paying passengers.
The insurance policies for private motor vehicles reflect this and use for hire or reward is excluded in the policy wording and on the motor certificate. Any person who enters into a private vehicle and contracts it for hire is taking the risk that they are not covered by insurance for any loss or damage sustained as a passenger of that car.
There are many questions surrounding accident liability and the use of Uber. If you have the app on your phone but aren't using it, are you in contravention of the act? Does this still negate your insurance policy? What if the app is active but you have no passengers? In the case of six-year-old Sofia Liu, she was a pedestrian on a crosswalk when she was hit and killed by an Uber driver back in December 2013. Her mother, who was also injured, is suing the driver as well as Uber, claiming he was in the course of employment because the Uber app was activated at the time. Uber has denied liability, claiming that it had no responsibility to insure the driver as he was an independent contractor, not an employee.
If a private vehicle owner begins engaging in livery services, it is a material change in the nature of the risk and insurers would be well within their rights to cancel the insurance policy the vehicle. However, given the magnitude of the new sharing economy, insurers may be forced to look at creating new insurance products to meet the demand. Earlier this year in California, a bill was passed requiring more insurance cover for Uber and other rideshare drivers. The law is set to take effect in July 2015 which has two primary effects on the regulation of ridesharing companies. First, it imposes disclosure requirements on the company. Second, it sets minimum insurance coverage requirements for all ridesharing companies operating in California. Insurers are therefore developing their products to meet the requirements set out in this new law. The rideshare companies will now have commercial liability insurance, but there are levels of cover which may and may not apply until drivers are matched with a paying customer which still leaves enormous grey areas; not to mention the question of jurisdiction and cover for international Uber drivers.
o This article is believed to be accurate but is not intended as a basis of knowledge upon which advice can be given. If you need advice on the issues raised in this article or otherwise, you should consult a qualified insurance broker. Stephanie Cleare is a fully licensed and qualified account executive at Tavares & Higgs Insurance with 12 years experience in the Bahamian general insurance industry. Email email@example.com.
- Genre : Comedy
- Rating : TBC - To Be Classified
In Manhattan, a mother of two preparing for her daughter's sixth birthday party has no idea of the challenges she's about to face in order to pull off the event....