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A funeral service for Prince Albert Storr, 60 yrs., a resident of Bethel Avenue and formerly of San Salvador, who passed away on 7th June, 2011, will be held at Evangelistic Temple, Collins Avenue and Fourth Terrace, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Gary Curry, assisted by Pastor Vaughn Cash. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to mourn his passing are: His Children: Lawrance, Lorraine and Warren; Son-in-law: Raymond Tucker; Twelve Grand Children: Kristoff, Lorenzo, Jason, Kristiza, Liah, Raymond, Lashae, Laurencia, Vashanti, Zion, Faith and Akeem. Sisters: Eloise Pinder, Vernita Edgecombe, Stephanie Rolle, Beverly Dean, Portia Jones, Loretta Storr and Mae Butler. Brothers: Samuel Storr, Peter Douglas, Ernie Hendrick, Harold Gordon, Charlie, Herchell and Gregory Storr. Sisters- in-law: Delcine Douglas, Carolyn Gordon and Thelma Storr. Brothers-in-law: Walter Rolle, Ulrick Dean, Joel Pratt, Emmerson Jones and Alrick Butler off San Salvador.; Nieces: Elvoin, Martha, Samantha, Felicia, Turkessa, Tre'Kiece, Yvette, Nadia, Timinthia, Karon, Tekia, Christa, Michaela, Victoria, Kristal, Emmernique, Elrina, Chalea, Matrica, Brittany, Tara, Elma, Chalechal, Opi, Marilyn, Figi, Cindy, Barbara, Becky, Vernita, Charmaine, Charlene and Glenda; Nephews: Andrew, Sammy, Pete, Peter, Alonza, Antwaun, Chavago, Deangelo, Ryan, Marcus, Chevron, Marlon, Alvon, D'ron, Antonio, Thea, Jonathan, Anwar, Wilton, Terrance, Troy, Dario, Dwayne, Dr. Chrisin Gomez, Glen Smith, Tony Missick and Cecil Mackey. Numerous amount of grandnieces, grandnephews, cousins, special friends and other close relatives including: Stephen, Tony, Elgin, Leo and Fred Douglas, Jennie Walker and family of San Salvador, George Lockhart and family, Tamara Taylor and family, Sybil Rolle and family, Eulease Brooks and family, Mable Arnette and family, Velma Hanna and family, Perry Johnson, Frank Lightbourne and family, Ida Saunders and family, Iron Stevens and family, Valdarine Barnett and family, Ormond & Tamara Saunders and family, Alice Bullard and family, Olive Forbes and family of Abaco, Carl and Shirley, Jean and Jamma, Edna Joseph and Family, Tony Mackey, Valentino Griffin and family, Drexel Dean and family, Sylvia Wallace and family, Sheryl Scott and family, Kizzy Stubbs and family, Tony Rolle and family, Wellington Pratt and family, Patrice Fernander & family, Basil and family, Alice Lafleur and family, Leonard sands and family, The Bain Town Community, The entire Community of Cockburn Town, San Salvador, The Bethell Ave family including: Mr & Mrs Basil Watson and family, Mrs. Alleyne and family, Chris Bain, Sean Burrows, Receo and Alex Fox, Oral Hudson, Demarco McKenzie, Mario and Jason, Jamaine, Bolo, Charles and Keith Miller, Sherese, Jasmine, Mario and Brian King, Prince Collins, Harry Nixon, Shanda Mortimer, Ron, Jermaine, and David McKenzie.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday, and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
Letter: The proposed Chinese highway between the Airport and the six-legged roundabout is purely for Atlantis
EDITOR, The Tribune.
IS THERE any ambiance in New Providence or are our MP's all wearing purple sunshades?
The proposed Chinese highway between Lynden Pindling Airport and the six-legged roundabout is purely and simply for Atlantis but regrettably we had a golden opportunity of improving the run from the airport to Atlantis and solve the worst traffic hold-up that at East Street and Independence.
An overpass or underpass here would have allowed the priority of the East-West Highway to be a real highway with no obstruction but we will now build and artificially landscape a road simply to put more traffic on West Bay between Saunders Beach roundabout which should have been a 'T' ...
The countdown to the hosting of the annual CARIFTA Swimming Championships has officially started, and team members are marking off the days for when they will jump into the pool.
It is less than 12 days before the regional event, which will cater to more than 30 teams from around the Caribbean. The Betty Kelly Kenning National Aquatics Centre is the venue and a familiar arena for the 36-member Bahamian team which plan to improve on its third place finish from a year ago.
Several of the swimmers got their feet wet, this past weekend, competing in the Sea Waves Invitational. The invitational, according to Head Coach Shirley Mireault, is a great opportunity for swimmers that were named to the team. Mireault is pleased and thanked all the swimmers for competing.
She said: "The fact that we were able to have some of the swimmers who were named to the CARIFTA team compete was great. This is the last meet before the championships and it was an excellent opportunity for them to stay in shape. We also had other divisions and the swimmers did well in those as well, so overall it was a good meet and we are looking forward to the next one, which is shortly after CARIFTA."
CARIFTA team member Zach Moses tested the waters in the 100-meter freestyle event. He clocked 1:01.91 for the win in the 13-14 boys division. division. In the 15-and-over division, Matthew Lowe touched the wall in 55.99 seconds. Winning the 13-14 girls 200 butterfly was Andreas Weech. She turned in a time of 2:53.13.
Je'Nae Saunders clocked 3:14.30 for the win in the 200 breaststroke and Moses had a time of 2:49.49 for the 13-14 boys title. Simone Sturrup and Keitra Lloyd were successful in the 50 butterfly in their respective divisions. Sturrup's time was 31.60 seconds and Lloyd's time was 34.45 seconds.
CARIFTA team member Meshach Roberts stopped the clock at 19:25.34 in the 1,500 freestyle in the 13-14 boys division, while Lowe's time was 19:05.69, in the 15-and-over division. Keith Lloyd won the 400 individual medley (IM). His time was 5:31.63, and Saunders took the 400 IM for 15-and-over girls in 6:14.83.
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
WHILE three playoff series have been set for the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools, the final will be cleared up today with two final games on tap.
In the junior boys division, the St Augustine's College Big Red Machine and the Charles W Saunders Cougars secured victories to join the Jordan Prince Williams Falcons in a three-way tie for second place.
The three teams are tied at 8-2 behind the undefeated, pennant winning Queen's College Comets, who are 9-0.
Today, the Big Red Machine is slated to travel to Charles W Saunders to take on the Cougars and the Falcons will head to Queen's College t ...
Funeral service for Godfrey William Major, 53 yrs., a resident of Hospital Lane, who died on 19th March, 2012, will be held at Church of God, Greater Chippingham, Rose Bud & Eden Streets, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Apostle Clement M. Neely, assisted by Pastor Monique Hanna. Interment follows in Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.
Left to cherish his memories are his 1 daughter: Lavonne Rolle; 3 sons: Lamont, Travis & Jason Major; 1 daughter-in-law: Amanda Major; 1 son-in-law: Jamison Rolle Sr.; 2 grandsons: Secil Major, Jamison Rolle Jr.; 2 granddaughters: Destiny Major & Jasmine Rolle; 1 brother: Leonard Miller; adoptive father: Walter Forbes; aunts: Leona Paul, Miriam Clarke of Opa Locka, Florida, Teresita Miller & Betty Paul; uncles: Kermit & George Paul; niece: Philipa; nephew: Leanard Jr.; numerous cousins including: Sophia, Dakoto, Felicity, Tafyana, Skye, Cheneria, Nurse Patrice King, Ashley King, Monique, Theresa, Portia, Janette Brown, Luella Trotman, Leona, Maria, Nursa Kaytora Saunders, Dorothy Butler, Annie Roker, Janice, Charlene, Brady, Junior, Michael & Norman of Miami, Florida, Iris Paul, Winifred Newbold, Kimberly & family, James, Junior, Peetron, Perez, Don; other relatives & friends including: Ashton & Bernadette Carey, Burnell, Ashley, Sir Bus, the Richardson family, the Black Village community, Patience Knowles, Brittany, Gaby, Abby, Le-jay & Nikia Stubbs.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral service for Vernita Sophia McKenzie, 37 yrs., a resident of Warren Street, Oakes Field, who died on 16th March, 2012, will be held at First Baptist Church, Market Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Earle Francis. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish her memories are her father: William McKenzie; 3 daughters: Genear McKenzie, Anthonisha Adderley & Celine Knowles; 1 son: Alton Adderley; 2 sisters: Minister Maria Russell of Lowe Sound, Andros & Michelle Wells; 1 brother: Keno McKenzie; 2 grand daughters: Mary & Nikia Saunders; 1 grandson: Kevano Carey; 2 aunts: Melvina & Monica Dean; 1 uncle: Eugene Dean; 3 nieces: Lathera Mott, Lundia, Larrissa Russell; 4 nephews: Lundy Russell Jr., Anton Barrow Jr., Reymond Pratt Jr. & Dayshoun Wells; 1 nephew-in-law: Deon Mott Jr.; cousins: Cara Miller, Kendal, Keneice & Ruth Strachan, Margret Campbell, Leslie Ferguson, Darrell, Anton, Min. Sharmaine Adderley, Lavette McKenzie, Princess, Harriett, Patricia & Edward Oliver, Sherice Simms, Wanda Stuart, Beatrice & Leslie Cleare, Jermaine, Ryan, Melissa & Ishmael Cleare, Rosevell & Armette Strachan, Christine Emmanuel; other relatives & friends including: ANthony Adderley, Javin Strachan, Kendra & Tonya Adderley, Keisha Richie & Andrew.
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 10:00 a.m. until service time.
It was a neck-and-neck race for this year’s Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA)?High School Relays Championships title. Of the nine divisions hosted, the St. Augustine’s College Big Red Machine and the Queen’s College Comets won three while St. John’s Giants captured two. Charles W Saunders Cougars and the HO?Nash Lions shared the last division.
When the points were added, the Comets shot ahead of the Big Red Machine who scored 106. The Comets had a total of 131 points over the eight divisions they contested. The Big Red Machine competed in only seven divisions while the Giants entered teams in all. The Giants would close the track meet with 72 p ...
You were visually stunned. You were entertained and left feeling inspired.
You left feeling satisfied, but definitely wanting more -- wanting to see the Dance Theatre of Harlem Ensemble (DTHE), a classical, neo-classical and innovative contemporary ballet that is presented with freshness and vitality, take to the stage once again.
The Nassau Chapter of The Links Incorporated event was a resounding success. People came expecting an evening of dance theater and got an eclectic company that filters everything they do through the prism of their training as classical ballet dancers.
It was a show that was varied in the styles of each dance and also in the musical choices that each piece was choreographed to. During the course of the evening, at the Atlantis Theatre, you went from Johann Sebastian Bach to James Brown and Aretha Franklin.
The performance was classic Dance Theater of Harlem, with pieces that have been a part of the company's repertoire for many years, along with ballets that were created on the dancers, and a number that premiered as late as last year, according to DTHE's director, Keith Saunders.
James Brown and Aretha Franklin have been a part of their repertoire since 1999 and was choreographed for the ensemble's 30th anniversary. They are now 43 years old. Their "New Bach" performance dates back to 2001.
The first ballet of the night, "Six Piano Pieces" (Harlem Style) was commissioned in 2010 and choreographed on the dancers in the ensemble, as was "Episode," the second performance.
"In The Mirror of Her Mind" just premiered in 2011 and was made on the dancers, so it was an eclectic mix.
"So people may have come for the Bach and been captivated by the James Brown or by the Goreski concerto, 'In the Mirror of Her Mind'," Saunders said.
DTHE is the second company of the Dance Theatre of Harlem, the world-renowned ballet company of African American and other racially diverse artists, located in New York City's Harlem community.
The performance closed out the company's Caribbean tour that took them to St. Thomas, USVI and Jamaica.
THE Queen's College Comets have been brewing up a storm in the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools junior boys basketball division.
Coached by Dwayne Smith, Queen's College is riding a perfect 6-0 win-loss record. Yesterday, in their second straight home game, the Comets prevailed with a 52-35 rout over the Charles W Saunders Cougars.
Demetri Charlton scored a game high 20 points and Ibie McKenzie added 11 for Queen's College. Terrance Wallace and Danagio Mackey had 12 and 10 respectively for Charles W Saunders.
The Comets' win came after they pounded the St John's Giants 58-44 on Friday. In that game, Tyrone Burrows score ...
A man appeared in the Supreme Court yesterday accused of having sex with a girl who could be his granddaughter.
Prosecutors say Garnet Dorsett, 74, had relations with a 13-year-old between August 1 to 31, 2010.
Dorsett pleaded not guilty to the charge of unlawful sexual intercourse at an arraignment before Senior Supreme Court Justice Jon Isaacs.
Dorsett, who is represented by Alfred Williams, will be tried on the allegation on October 7, 2013 before Justice Roy Jones.
Donnie Saunders, 26, appeared before the same court on a rape charge.
He pleaded not guilty to having non-consensual sex with a woman on January 14, 2012.
Saunders will be tried on the allegation on February 10, 2014, more than two years after the crime occurred.