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One of the major fears the United States has with the Baha Mar project at Cable Beach is that as a result of the large number of Chinese coming into the country to build the resort, the smuggling of Chinese into the U.S. from this country will increase dramatically, according to a cable from the U.S. Embassy in Nassau.
"Regardless of whatever number of workers the parties agree upon, the continuous arrival of thousands of low-wage Chinese workers in The Bahamas will likely lead to a significant increase in illegal migration of Chinese from The Bahamas to the United States," said the November 2009 secret cable obtained by The Nassau Guardian via WikiLeaks.
"The GCOB (Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas) does not have the institutional capacity to effectively monitor the movements of the Chinese workers nor effectively detect inauthentic travel documents."
The $2.6 billion Baha Mar resort is being financed by the Export-Import Bank of China. The China State Construction Engineering Corporation is building the resort.
As a part of the deal, 8,150 foreign workers will help build the resort along with 4,000-plus Bahamian workers. The majority of the 8,150 workers will be Chinese.
Citing a conversation an embassy official had with former Chamber of Commerce president Dionisio D'Aguilar, the cable said that Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham was very wary of allowing that number of Chinese into the country, hoping only 1,000 to 2,000 Chinese would be needed.
Before the deal was sealed Ingraham publicly expressed his concerns about the labor component of the deal.
The Americans had intimate conversations with Baha Mar senior vice president Robert Sands on the Chinese laborer issue, according to the cable.
"Sands did emphasize that Baha Mar and the GCOB were concerned with [the] legitimacy of individual [workers], or those that would come to The Bahamas solely to illegally migrate to the United States," said the cable.
"He noted that the workers would be 'highly regulated, close to the site in a fully contained camp,' though the men 'will be let out occasionally.' Sands indicated that they were looking into biometric identifications to help manage the workforce."
According to the cable, at the time, Baha Mar wanted to establish a large work camp for the Chinese laborers at the Cable Beach Golf Course.
"Baha Mar executives and the GCOB are clearly cognizant of the negative message they will send to tourists, as well as the Bahamian public, by maintaining a 4,000-strong Chinese laborer camp in a highly visible and affluent section of town," said the cable.
"Still, the GCOB believes that the completion of this massive project is a vital component of its long-term plan to provide thousands of new jobs for Bahamians."
A February 2009 cable, also labeled secret, indicated that Bahamian officials were so concerned about the laborer issue that they approached the Americans for help.
"Senior GCOB officials expressed concern to the Charge' over the Chinese request for foreign workers. They requested U.S. assistance with obtaining background checks and mused that it would be preferable if the Chinese workers were first routed through the U.K. or U.S. so that they would be properly vetted," said the cable.
"Of primary concern is ensuring that...adequate accounting methods are in place to track that those that enter eventually leave."
Timothy Zuniga-Brown was, and is, the U.S. Charge d' Affaires referred to in the cable.
In 2008, Harrah's Entertainment pulled out of an earlier joint venture deal with Baha Mar to develop the mega-resort. Chinese financing and partnership revived the Cable Beach redevelopment plan.
The Ingraham administration always appeared less enthusiastic to the Baha Mar project than Perry Christie and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). The last PLP administration began negotiations with Baha Mar.
A March 2009 cable, also labeled secret, said that Bahamian officials told the Americans they were not, at the time, enthused about Chinese involvement in the deal.
"Senior GCOB officials privately expressed that China is not their preferred partner and acknowledge that negotiations are difficult," said the cable.
The Bahamian officials expressing that view were not named.
The cables also revealed that the Chinese expressed their concerns to the Americans about getting so deeply involved with Baha Mar.
"Chinese Embassy officials privately told (an embassy official) the China Ex-Im Bank would prefer another investor in the mix in order to diminish the financial risk," said the March 2009 cable.
Baha Mar has said it will not comment on the cables.
The company has said 11,000 Bahamian jobs will be created as a result of the project. There will be 6,500 to 7,000 permanent jobs when the resort is completed; and 4,000 construction jobs for Bahamians will be created during the build phase of the project.
There will be six hotels at the property, almost 2,250 new rooms and condos, the largest convention center in The Bahamas, the largest casino in the Caribbean, a world-class golf course and a retail village.
Win or lose, Reverend Ranford Patterson, the new Bahamas Christian Council president, encouraged the contestants in the 16th Annual Miss Gospel Bahamas to make a difference in their own way.
"Don't settle," he told the nine contestants who visited him at his church, Cousin McPhee Cathedral on Carmichael Road. "Don't worry about what people are doing now, just worry about what you will do later."
The contestants visit was to officially introduce the young women competing in the pageant organized by Great Commission Ministries International to the religious leader, and brief the new president about the event, which is being held this year under the theme: "Empowered For Action: Changing A Generation" and its related activities.
One of the queen's most important tasks during her reign will be to highlight the work of Great Commission, a non-profit mission organization which reaches out to high risk youths, the homeless and the poor through its Wulff Road headquarters.
The contestants said they hoped to make a positive change in the wider community.
Pastor Patterson said he shared a similar passion and took the opportunity to discuss his "10-Point Plan." Among other things, it aims to empower youth, bring them closer to Christ, in addition to highlighting the positive impact of women's groups and the role of men in the family.
"So many young men are in jail because they have no positive male influences," he told the contestants. "We don't train our children anymore. The generation after ours is worse. They don't know how to pray."
One contestant, pre-school teacher Cedrica Williamson, admits that her appreciation of the church came after she got saved.
"I never liked going. I just went because my mother told me to," said the 22-year-old. "After being saved I thanked God. I think that people must find God for themselves."
That very lesson Dr Patterson learnt early on in life.
"I was a failure in school. I never passed any GCE's [General Certificate of Education]. I left high school with a leaving certificate. I wasn't accepted into the College of The Bahamas, but I knew this was not the life for me, so I decided to make a change," he shared. "I went abroad, gained two masters [degrees] in Christian education and human resource management, a bachelor's degree in Christian education and a doctorate in Christian education. After that, COB accepted me as a teacher. I wasn't able to be a student there, but I was lucky enough to be a lecturer."
Win or lose, Rev. Patterson encouraged the women to make a difference "in their own way."
The nine contestants are Shirlene Jean Baptiste, Aimee Ferguson, Dianthus Johnson, Nehemie Louis, Garissa Maurice, Candace Rolle, Lavette Smith, Andreace Strachan and Cedrica Williamson.
The Miss Gospel Bahamas pageant will be held Sunday, July 31, at 7 p.m. at the Wyndham Nassau Resort's Rainforest Theatre.
She's the mother of three accident prone children all under the age of six. She's a former morgue assistant, ambulance dispatcher, pre-school teacher and even a volunteer animal rescuer and as a result, has had to deal with everything from gushing blood to dead people, injured animals and grossly sick children, you'd think nothing would phase this 35-year-old. But there is one thing that can make K'Andrea Moxey-Wright cringe and it's those creepy crawly insects. Nothing frightens her more than the multi-legged creatures that invade people's living spaces during summer time.
"When I know summer is almost here I get nervous because I know all those bugs that hibernated for the cooler months are coming back to torment my soul," says the mother who says her house is in desperate need of extermination. As a mother, she knows all too well about having to cut corners, but learned her lesson after getting "burned" on an extermination gone bad a few years ago. She hired someone at a "good price" to rid her home of termites. She later found out that the price was too good to be true after the termites came back and the other insects seemed to multiply. Moxey-Wright says she now knows better and is looking for a good company to rid her home of its insect problem as the temperatures continue to scorch warming the ground and making the insects swarm.
"The warm temperatures in the country, especially around summer time is perfect for insects of all kinds to grow and swarm as they come out to forage and stock up for the winter months," says Handfred Rolle, proprietor of Pioneer Exterminators, who says if you are not willing to share your living space with these creatures -- roaches, termites, ants, bees, centipedes -- then it is the best time to get an exterminator before the problem gets too bad."
In his line of business Rolle says he has noticed that many people tend to shy away from doing regular exterminations of their home because they assume their house will have to be covered in a tent for days and the family will have to find an alternative living space, while this is being done. He says this is not necessarily true in all instances, as there are many problems, and just as many solutions for the infestations. And he says solving the problem may have to be more than the old-fashioned, do-it-yourself remedy some people adopt, like swatting, spraying and baiting the insects. Rolle says this may work for small confined problems, but says sometimes it is better to call in the experts to solve the problem.
The 17-year veteran says it is often better to get a exterminator rather than attempt to eradicate a major problem yourself. While it is common for the average homeowner to purchase over-the-counter pesticides, he says some of them tend to be more harmful than good and that bug sprays for example are toxic especially in the excessive amounts that people use and often inhale accidentally. And if you have a recurring problem with roaches or termites you definitely need to call in an exterminator as there is obviously a bigger problem than you are seeing.
Rolle says the chemicals an expert will use to get rid of indoor pests are water-based and less likely to be inhaled or consumed than the aerosol insecticides the average person uses. Other hazardous situations you put yourself into by being a "weekend warrior" is purchasing rat poisons over-the-counter and not considering the amount of yard space you have. Doing this he says can result in over or under-treating the problem, and if you have a pet or the yard is easily accessible to neighborhood animals you can also end up killing them. He says a proper exterminator will consider all of these factors and find the best route of extermination for your situation.
"It doesn't benefit you or anyone if you opt to experiment and prolong doing a proper extermination," says Rolle. "There are some things you can live with and others that you shouldn't. Sugar ants and lizards are generally harmless, but things like roaches, ticks, fleas and termites are things you need to deal with immediately. Roaches can carry diseases and can generally infect surfaces. While you do love your indoor pet, the ticks and fleas they attract can carry lime disease which you don't want to contract much less your children. To save your home from prematurely rotting you will want to get rid of termites as quickly as you can too."
The exterminator also says people should not believe the "old-wives" myths that are bandied about as to how to solve their insect problems, because they don't want to spend the money on a professional. A common practice he has come across time and time again is the use of diesel to treat a pest problem. He says he has heard many people swearing by it. As an exterminator he says he has yet to find any merit in it.
Another popular myth he has heard involves burning a termite's nest that is on the ground to solve the problem. This he says is not true as the nest is sometimes underground as well and after a month if not a few weeks, the problem will return again. He says if you have a termite problem it is important to get an expert rather than believe you can treat it on your own.
"People need to be aware that it doesn't pay to take shortcuts. You will find people who will give you a seemingly good price for relatively costly exterminating jobs like dealing with drywood termites and subterranean termites, but with these bugs you need the problem to be done thoroughly. Drywood termites, especially if they are throughout a building, require you to fully tent the structure and then pump gas in to properly exterminate. If someone tells you they can do it without tenting you are looking at the problem coming back in no time and still having to pay an expert to do it properly. Similarly, with subterranean termites, you will need to drill the walls so chemicals can be put in to get to the root of the problem. If someone says they can do it without drilling, or only [drilling] one or two holes, you are looking for the problem to come right back."
The exterminator says it is also important for people to know that not every insect with wings that isn't a roach, wasp or bee is a termite. He says there are many different types of ants and other bugs that have wings that can be an annoyance and you may hire the first guy who says he knows what he is doing to kill termites when the problem was never termites.
Rolle says he has met many people who say they hired an "exterminator" a year or even months before only to have the problem they thought was taken care off, reappear in no time. He encourages homeowners to call different exterminating companies, allow them to come into the home to assess the problem and give a quote, to give themselves options to best deal with the problem, with the company that has a good record. He says forget about your cousin's brother's friend who will just charge you a few bucks, and says you save yourself stress by hiring a reputable expert or company to do the job right the first time.
The new Miss Gospel Bahamas 2011/2012, Lavette Smith was showered with fabulous gifts at a recent prize-giving ceremony held at the Poop Deck Sandyport.
The queen received three scholarships - one sponsored by Galilee College, another by Synergy Bahamas and a third from Toya's Educational Institute.
Twinklers, sparklers, rising stars and star achiever squads glittered the night with gymnastics routines and riveting performances. The Starmania Summer Camp's PreCompetition Judging and Exhibition was co-sponsored by Bahamas Star Gymnastics (BSG) and Bahamas Gymnastics Booster Club.
TWO Junior Achievement companies sponsored by CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank were announced as winners of the coveted JA Company of the Year award.
FirstCaribbean managing director Marie Rodland-Allen said: "The winnings of our JA teams in Nassau and Abaco, and the bank's continued support of JA, are excellent testaments of the bank's engagement of communities in which it operates with a view of making them better.
By Susan Donald D.C.
While the intervetebral disc is a common culprit in spine related health problems, its function is widely misunderstood.
The disc is a small cartilage pad that is situated between spinal bones. The soft jellylike center is contained by surrounding layers of fibrous tissues call the annular fibers. Each disc serves as connector, space, and shock absorber for the spine. When healthy, discs allows normal turning and bending.
Since spinal discs have a very poor blood supply, they depend upon the circulation of joint fluids to bring in nutrients and expel waste. If a spinal joint loses its normal motion or position and this pumping action is impaired, the health of the disc ...
For more than a decade, Sunday school teacher Lavette Smith attended Lakeview Church of God, but this past weekend marked the first time she received a red carpet welcome. On Sunday, August 14, the 24-year-old was officially presented to her church as the new Miss Gospel Bahamas 2011/2012.
The church's foyer was decorated for her joyous homecoming. A "Congratulations" banner dangled from the ceiling. Underneath it were three of the garments the queen wore the night she was crowned: the 'Esther' outfit which won her...
Pelican Bay at Lucaya has announced the appointments of Della Bridgewater as Operations Manager and Yvette Evans as Security Manager. Also announced was the appointment of Chic Weddings Bahamas, under the direction of Marva Munroe, to plan and design weddings at the hotel.
When competing in the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) Annual Ironman competition, Lieutenant Ricardo Barry continues to prove that he is the man to beat. To be considered the best all-around athlete in the Defence Force, a number of individuals once again competed for the prestigious Ironman title.
Now in its 11th year, two new champions were crowned during the annual competition at the Coral Harbour Base. Lieutenant Barry literally ran away with the competition for a record fourth time after not competing last year. Woman Marine Rikeisha Thompson captured the crown in the open female category.
Funeral Service for the late Deaconess Verdell Helen Johnson age 81 years of Ridgeland Park West and formerly of Old Bight, Cat Island will be held on Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 10:00am at Transfiguration Baptist Church, Market and Vesey Streets. Officiating will be Reverend Dr. Stephen E. Thompson, assisted by Reverend Dr. Garnet King, Pastor Emeritus, and Reverend Basil Johnson. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.
Left to mourn her passing are her Children: Delores E. Johnson-Farrington, Judith R. Johnson-Hepburn, Locksley H. Johnson, W. Kirklin Johnson, Pauline H. Johnson-Bowe, Ruby E. Johnson-Thompson, Sheryl Y. Johnson-Simmons, Uriel Dion Johnson; One Brother: Bishop John T. Archer; One Sister: Evangelist Maude L. Rolle; One Brother-in Law: Rev. Dr. Garnet King; One Sister in-Law: Inell Archer; Four Son-in-Laws: Robert A. Farrington, Anthony C. Hepburn, Eugene M. Thompson and Father Charles W. Simmons; Eighteen Grandchildren: Anton Burnside, Kristen and Krizia Farrington, E. D'Andra Thompson, Michael Hepburn, D'Angelo and D'Andre Thompson, Kenton Bowe, Ka'Desh Hepburn, Charles William Simmons, Givenchy, Lashan, Kiara, Dion'dre, Jada, and Nyah Johnson; One Great Grandchild: Kriston Rolle; Nephews: Charles, Christopher, Elvis, Hamrick and Paul Rolle, Ted Strachan, Dr. Kendis Archer, Derrick and Kendal King; Nieces: Betty Williams, Eleanor Burrows, Theresa Strachan, Margaret Sweeting, Velma Brown, Glendora Hart, Manette Smith, Marie Russell, Karen Strachan-Rolle, Maureen Archer and Marie Armbrister; Adopted Children: Lilymae and Elsiemae Johnson, Pearlene Johnson, Lueanna Dawkins, Rev. Benjamin Gibson, Leroy Mackey, Alphonso Harris, Palace Robinson, Yvette Barker, Colleen Jones, Kim Deveaux and Samantha Forbes; Other Relatives and Friends includes: Deaconess Ethel-Bowe, Sharon Cash, Marguerite Bethel, Ruth Strachan, Deacon Maxwell H. Stubbs and Family, Agnes Edgecombe, Rev. Dr. Marina Sands, Robert Johnson & Family, Rev. Basil Johnson, Rev. A. Shelton Higgs, Patricia Newry, Garret Neely, Remelda Johnson, Bishop Anthony and Sharon Nairn, Joyce King, Helen Demeritte, Rosemary Archer, Brenda Bowe, Winifred Brown, Philip Lightbourne, Merril Butler, Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Stephen E. Thompson, Evangelist Leathica King, Eulean Johnson and Family, Transfiguration Baptist Church Family, The Transfiguration Prayer Band, The Transfiguration Missionary Circle, The Transfiguration Deacon Board, Atlantic Medical Family, Kendal Wright & Company, Hope Strachan & Co, The Bahamas Telecommunication Company Ltd Family and The United Nations Family, Valley Boys Junkanoo Group, One Love Solider Junkanoo Group, Sigma Crusaders Softball Team, Balfour Ave Community ,The Prince Hall Family, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc, The Social Shack, The Cancer Society Ball Committee, The Bridge Authority and The Mortgage Corporation; Special Thanks to Nursing Sister Janet Hepburn, Nurse Williams, and The Female Medical Ward I Staff, Princess Margaret Hospital.
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 8:30am until service time.
The return of professional boxing to the Nassau Stadium last Saturday was ample proof that there is a thirst for the sport. The Charlie Major Jr. card was not widely publicized and there were a few glitches that resulted in a late start.
Nevertheless, some 200 persons came out despite the threat of rain and it was an enjoyable evening of boxing. The amateur segment at the beginning was exciting. In the pro program, Anthony Woods and Kato Ferguson engaged in a spirited four-rounder. Then, Dencil Miller looked sharp in a clash with John Wesley. Miller packed too much power. He used a crushing left hook and on-target right hand shots to overpower Wesley in three rounds. The two lead bouts were more appealing than the main event.
Meacher Major had no problems at all with the veteran Cuban Alex Perez. The visiting boxer did not land one solid blow and spent much of his time covering from an aggressive Major. In round three when Major scored with a solid body blow, Perez dropped to a knee and took the count.
There was a sidelight incident, however, that added as much excitement as the actual ring action. Former Commonwealth Super Middleweight (168 pounds) Champion Jermaine Mackey and 9-0 up-and-coming light heavyweight (175 pounds) boxer Ryan McKenzie got into a verbal battle. They both declared an interest in fighting at any weight. McKenzie said he would come down to the super middleweight division.
Bulking up to a light heavyweight might be a stretch for the lanky Mackey but he could get to 170 or so and still be comfortable in the ring. It's a match ready to be made and Major Jr. seems quite interested. He was eagerly listening to the back-and-forth boastful statements. Thus, there is the prospect of a Mackey/McKenzie encounter.
Also, former double Commonwealth Bantamweight Champion Ray Minus Jr. is set to come out of retirement. He has not fought for 10 years, but the 47-year-old looked a bit smaller on Saturday as he worked the corner for some of his fighters and moved around giving a hand with the tightening of the ring ropes.
He is getting ready for Meacher Major. For Ray Minus Jr., the only obstacle is being declared medically fit and ready for ring action. The two challenges have sparked new enthusiasm for pro boxing. A Mackey/McKenzie bout will be a big encounter, a major sports happening. A Minus Jr./Major match will be just as highly anticipated.
The excitement has returned to pro boxing.
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PLP leader Perry Christie's plan to fight crime has come under fire from a number of directions since he unveiled it at the beginning of the week. The first to respond was veteran police officer Errington Watkins, who issued a statement calling the plan "nothing but a fitful nightmare" at the end of one of Mr Christie's "slumbers."
After jury lists are vetted, more women remain on these lists than men.
According to Jack Davis, head bailiff in the Supreme Court, it is difficult to find men in the country with clean criminal records, who have no pending cases or who are not "strung out on drugs".
Davis told The Nassau Guardian that registered voters could potentially serve on juries after personnel from the Criminal Records Office confirm they have clean records.
Davis said that bailiffs also disqualify more men from the lists when they go to serve summonses and find that the men are on drugs.
Although jurors are chosen by a lottery system, the odds of a predominantly female jury are high, Davis said. He added that a judge recently excluded a prospective male juror after it was discovered that he was illiterate.
Davis said that most jurors fear reprisals from defendants and are unhappy about the long walk from designated parking at the main post office to downtown. According to the head bailiff, some jurors have complained that they have encountered defendants on bail while walking to and from the courts. He also explained that jurors don't like that their names are called during jury selection, as they fear that defendants will remember them.
Jurors also complain about the conditions in the jury room, the head bailiff said. He acknowledged that sometimes water comes up from the floor in the main Supreme Court building and the bathrooms don't work. At present, he said, jurors are unable to make tea because the kettle is not working.
According to Davis, there is inadequate seating for jurors in the newly refurbished criminal courts. There are about 30 seats in each of these courts, but the prospective panel is composed of 48 persons. Consequently, bailiffs have to scramble to secure additional seating, he said.
In cases with multiple defendants, Davis said the jury pool is often exhausted and bailiffs have to round up potential jurors from the streets.
Davis said jurors receive a stipend of $15 daily for their services, which is paid at the end of their three-month long tour.
Funeral Service for Marilyn Olive Isolonoise Kelly affectionately called"Ma"
age 73 of Lower Bogue, Eleuthera, who died at her residence August 8th, will be held on Saturday 11:00 a.m. at Charles Wesley Methodist Church, Lower Bogue, Eleuthera. Rev. John Baldwin II assisted by Pastor Ednol Cash and Bishop Dudley Kelly will officiate and interment will follow in the Public Cemetery, Lower Bogue, Eleuthera.
Precious memories will linger in the hearts of Children: Wilson & Claudia; Leroy & Claudina; Tredville & Merelyn; Jerold & Thayla Kelly; Michael & Sherry Fulford and Merelyn Symonette.
Grandchildren: Claudia & Vernon Neilly; Royanna, Tremarva, Trenique, Gerneska and Jerold Kelly, Lavonia & Don Johnson, Antonia, Stevette & Latanya Symonette and Joseph Cartwright Jr. & Travis Roker; Great-Grands: Vernon Jr. & Roy' Keem Neilly, Dante Johnson, Nevaeh Beckford, and Latrell Symonette; Sister: Frizzy Williams; Adopted Sisters: Rose Johnson, Veronica Seymour, and Agnes Hepburn; Brother: Eardley Neilly; Aunt: Earlene Albury; Uncles: Fred Neilly and Ezekiel Cash; Neices and Nephews: Marietta & James Major and children, Stanley, Whittington, Royal & Victor Williams and children, Rosette & Sam Johnson and children, Pedro, Frank, Tamaka Neilly & family, Cindy Moss & family, Vanesha Joseph & family, Doris, Shawn, Sherwin, Bernadette; Adopted Neices & Nephews: Monette, Charles, Marvin and Kazin Woods; Brothers and Sisters-in-law: Bishop Dudley & lonie Kelly and children, Bishop Curtis & Almeta Kelly and Children of Delray Beach, Florida, Clayton & Gladys Kelly and children, Mercia & Bishop Crestwell Cash and children, Ina & Julia Kelly and children; Godchildren: Marie Andrews, Rowena & Sharmaine Johnson and Dedire Dean, Dino Ferguson; Cousins: Prescola & Preston Neilly and children, Majorie Wallace and daughter, Basil Neilly, Emerald & Pastor Ednol Cash and children, Alvin, Beryl Neilly and children, Branhilda and children, Vernencha and children, Phylis, children of the late Myrtis Neilly, Raymond & David Fowler, Ronald, Malvina, children of the late Sarah and Cambell Neilly, Valarie & Sherman Albury and children, Randy, Darrel and Edith Neilly and children Rev. Fredrick, Franklyn and Dorothy Kelly and family, Gladys Saunders and children, Dency Moss, children of the Iate Corens Barry; Katrina Neilly and children, Bruce & Lucinda Deveaux and children, Ona & Candace Kelly and children, Paula, Sandra, Sidney, Lester Albury and children, Cleomie Culmer and children, Joseph & Pandora Cash, Olga Frazier and children, Maria Carey and children, children of the late James and Nollie Cash, Lyman & Bloise Cash and family, Alice Newton and children, Joyce Neilly and children, Calvin Neilly and family, Helena, Sharon & Clinton, Eloise & Willamae Albury and family, Vera Cash, Oralee Saunders; Other relatives and Friends: Rosalie Albury & children, Linda Ferguson (hairdresser); the children of the late Jerome and Elsie Hunter, children of the late Samuel Barry of Harbour Island, Harrison & Geneva Kelly and children, Zerlene & Sybil Cash and children, Inez Kelly and children, decendants of Pearl Johnson, and Oswald & Valderine Frazier,Thelma and children, Maragret, Geneva, Carlton, Harry & Velma Cash and children, decendants of the late Ralph and Enuice Albury, Harcourt & Rosemary Johnson and children, defendants of the late Arthur and Gwendolyn Albury, Joyce(big mama) & Bernard and children, Michael and Weeann Johnson, Richie & Ismae Albury and children, Yardy, Cleveland, Whitfeild Brown and family, Ivan Neely and children, The Fulford family of Turks and Caicos, the Arthur family, George & Alfred Cash and family, the Bain, Moss, Johnson, Cash, and Albury families of Lower Bogue, the Brown, Kelly, Munroe and Kemp families of Current Island, the Symonette, Eldon, Weech and Neely families of Current, Nurse Knowles and staff of Lower Bogue Clinic, Charles Wesley Methodist Church family, Eastern Star Delcina Chapter #61 and a host of other friends from the community of Spanish Wells and Bluff ,Eleuthera.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at THE CHAPEL OF MEMORIES COMMONWEALTH FUNERAL HOME on Friday from 10:30-2:30 p.m. and at the church in Lower Bogue on Friday from 6:00 p.m. to service time on Saturday.
Funeral Service for Dwinya Rebecca Black, 14, of Montell Heights will be held on Saturday, August 20, 2011 at 2:00 p.m.
New Bethany Baptist Church
Pastor Victor Cooper
Bishop Elfredo Burrows
Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery
is survived by: her Parents: Emmanuel & Alice Black: 4 Brothers: PC #2772 Tamiko Black; Renaldo, Zhavargo & De Anglo Black; Grandparents: Alvetha Black, Anthony & Alice Prince; 10 Uncles: Vernal, Cedric, Chris & Shervin Mun ...
Funeral Service for Alexander Evans, 67, of Mangrove Cay, Andros will be held on Saturday 20th August, 2011 at 10:00am at St. Barnabas Anglican Church, Baillou Hill and Wulff Road. Officiating will be Father Roderick Bain, assisted by Father Andrew Toppins and Father Stephen Davies. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soilder Road.
Left to cherish his precious memory are Two sisters: Louise “Gomese” Evans and Annamae Newbold; One brother: His twin George Evans; Eleven nieces: Evamae Evans of Delray Beach, Florida, Lovestine Smith of Newburg, New York; Fercena Burrows, Ivy Deveaux; Patricia “Patsy” and Yvette Newbold, Tameka Lundy (Godfrey); Gayle Davis (J ...
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
AS the promoter and main combatant in the ring, Meacher 'Major Pain' Major knew that the success of his King of the Ring Series would depend on how he performed against veteran American Jeff Schuyler at the Kendal Isaacs gym Saturday night.
From all indications, he passed the test in flying colours. He deserves a B for both his promotional efforts and his performance in the ring.
Not bad for his Major Promotions & Entertainment in conjunction with Caribbean Fight Order.
"I felt great. First of all, I want to thank the Almighty. I also want to thank the fight fans and my family and everybody involved, espec ...
Funeral services for Clayton Franklyn Baker, a resident of Key West Street, who passed away on 24th May, 2011, will be held at Agape Full Gospel Bapist Church, Golden Palm Estates off Kennedy Subdivision, on Saturday at 10 a.m. Officiating will be Overseer Helen McPhee, assisted by Minister Rapeth Rigby. Cremation.
He is survived by his 3 sons: Valentino, Dominique & Darius Baker; 1 daughter: Lashan Baker; 2 sisters: Claudette & Kayla Baker; 3 granchildren: Kourvasie', Valentino Jr. & Zayden Baker; 1 niece: Shalan Grant; 1 nephew: Harry Fernander Jr.; grand niece: Sade Fernander; 1 grand nephew: Harry Fernander III; aunts & uncles: Patricia Bullard (Freeport), Kenneth Sr. & Cynthia Fowler (Freeport), Pastor Alfreda Fernander, Victor & Joyce Burrows, Otis & Eulease Munroe & Nathalie Miller; cousins: Mr. & Mrs. Michael Flowers, Brian & Valerie Bullard, Gibeon Flowers, Mr. & Mrs. Dario & Yvette Otten, Mr. & Mrs. Craig & Candace Bain, Mr. & Mrs. Gregory & Clarice Fernander, Mr. & Mrs. Cleveland & Portia Munroe, Mr. & Mrs. Michael & Yvonne Sweeting, Mr. & Mrs. Andrea Munroe, Earlin, Donkirk, Shawn, Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Adderley, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Adderley, Mr. & Mrs. Lindsay Adderley, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Adderley, Ted Hillary, Arthur Adderley, Kenneth Jr. & Keyneisha Fowler, Mr. & Mrs. Yonia Farquharson, Mr. & Mrs. Yolanda Coakley, Mr. & Mrs. Philip Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Smith, Kim & Billy Smith; also a host of other relatives & friends including: Harry Fernander Sr., Mr. Ivan Miller, Laura, Debbie, Rose, David, Joe, Charlie & other neighbours of Key West Street, all his Water Company friends & others too numerous to mention.
There will be no viewing. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street.
THERE were just nine Bahamian participants among 150 at this year's International Talent Showcase competition in Boca Raton, Florida, but that small group really made its presence felt - walking away with nine division honours.
In fact, one young Bahamian, Chase Carter, won the coveted title of Top Overall Female Fashion Model.
This year's Bahamian International Talent Showcase (ITS) group was organised by Pia Rolle of PTG Modeling Agency, who is also the regional director for ITS in the Bahamas.
Ms Rolle said: "The International Talent Showcase is an organisation whose primary objective is to promote and increase the standards of training and education in the modelling and perform ...
Funeral services for Garth Basil "Dadso" Wells, 71 yrs., a resident of Albury Street and formelry of George Town, Exuma, who passed away on 27th May, 2011, will be held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Farrington Road, on Saturday at 11 a.m. Officiating will be Fr. Martin Gomes, SS.CC. Interment follows in Catholic Cemetery, Tyler Street.
Left to mourn his faithful and loving memories are:
His loving and devoted wife: Mary
SONS: Stephen, Terrance, Ricardo and Valentino Wells, and Jonathon Barry
DAUGHTERS: Dorothea Wells-Brown and Elaine Wells-Lightbourn
BROTHERS: Willis Hart, Dereck Wells, Sidney and Carlton Adderley
SISTERS: Jacquelyn Wells-Dean, Laura Smith, Elsie Moxey, Brenda Wells-Rolle and Brenda Wells-Martin
AUNT: Rowena Rolle
SON-IN-LAW: Rudolph Brown
DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW: Beroline, Kendra and Sharmaine Wells
BROTHERS-IN-LAW: Clement, Simeon, Leander, Ephraim and Thomas Higgs
SISTERS-IN-LAW: Norma Pinder, Thaclia Higgs, Carmetta Saunders, Veronica Adderley and Philicia Roberts of Harbour Island, Daisy Dorsett and Daphne Adderley.
NIECES: Cheryl Strachan, Pamela Lowe, Tammy Butler, Jan Miller, Deidre Taylor, Darshelle Sands, Glenda Rolle, Brendalee Martin, Julie and Lisa Hart, Dereeka, Marsha and Cypriana Wells, Jonella and Kaylisa Adderley, Theresa Wells-Maclour and Charmaine Wells-Burrows, Laverne Bethel, Joy Armbrister, Karen Rowland, Tanya Thompson and Dominique Thompson.
NEPHEWS: Derell, Patrick, David, Jeffery and Wentworth Wells, George Wells, Jr., Tavyn Sands, Rodney Cruz and Creflo Adderley.
GRANDCHILDREN: Shandon Wells, Sr., Patrick, Brian, Stevette, Suzuette, Stevandrae, Joshua, Jonathon, Joel, Joshua, Jamel, Jermiah, Racquel, Shonell, Sheurell, Jahsiri, Tyler, and Theo Wells. Crystal, Dominique, and Rachael Brown, Michael, Shane, and Marnarrey Lightbourn.
GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN: Michael, Kristin, Ashley and Miley Cartwright, Shandon Wells, Jr., Brenay and Trinity Wells.
A host of other relatives and friends including Michael Cartwright, Tashel Wells, Shelia Murchision-Johnson, Antoinette Dean, Jeffery Adderley, Wellington Walkes, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Turnquest and Family, Pastor H.A. Roach and Family, Ena Thompson, Stephanie Delancey, Charlice Curry, Karal Roach, and Luther & Wendell Rolle, (EXUMA). The Doctors and Nurses of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Male Surgical Ward #2, The Food and Nutrition Department of Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre and Princess Margaret Hospital, the entire Chippingham Community, and the Cricket Club Association.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 2-5 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 10 a.m. until service time.
By Yvette Bethel
IN A collaborative work environment, employees put aside their personal differences and work together. This type of environment is grounded in trust, integrity, human value and respect. Unfortunately, collaboration does not always occur. Here are five ways you can set the stage for a collaborative environment.
1. Break Down Silos: Silos occur when there are self-sufficient teams of employees that do not communicate or connect with each other regarding achievement of their goals. They operate as if they are the only department within the business, ignoring the need for working together. When silos are present in your business, employees don't network internally, or consis ...
Savannah Brady, in her first season competing as a Level 6 gymnast, should be congratulated for her outstanding accomplishments in the sport thus far.
The 10-year-old and her coach Lavette Saunders attended the Sun & Surf Spectacular Gymnastics Invitational in Coral Springs, Florida, on January 27.
And the Nassau Nastics student performed exceptionally well at the event, one of the many meets hosted by Twister Gymnastics Club in Fort Lauderdale.
"This popular meet attracted 30 gymnastics clubs representing over 600 athletes. Savannah was the token gymnast representing Nassau Nastics at this meet and she competed along with 14 other gymnasts in her age division at USAG Level 6, level 10 ...
By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer
One of the deadliest hurricanes, that ripped through the Bahamas claiming the lives of 381 persons while sinking ships and causing extensive destruction to anything in it’s path was documented in veteran meteorologist Wayne Neely’s new book The Great Bahamas Hurricane of 1866.
This is a story of one of the greatest and deadliest hurricanes to ever impact the Bahamas. The book seeks to give a detailed account of the violent hurricane that took place almost two centuries ago.
Mr Neely said this hurricane was so bad that all of the major churches in the Bahamas were destroyed.
“This hurricane occurre ...
Funeral service for Jehu Timothee, 29 yrs., a resident of Sumner Street, Nassau Village & formerly of St. Louis Du Nord, Haiti, who died on 12th April, 2012, will be held at Solid Baptist Church, Kool Air Subdivision off Fox Hill Road, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Paul Justin, assisted by Bro. Rivet Petit DOS. Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard Roads.Left to cherish his memories are his Parents: Belizaire & Marie Timothee; Sisters: Gladys & Esther Timothee;Brothers: Nehu, Moise & Baby Timothee; Foster Parents: John & Deborah Deleveaux; Special Friends: Yudi Thomas; Employers: Toby Austin & Deidre Fernander; Grandmother: Decius Timothee; Aunts: Cizelia, Marina, Altagrace & Charitable Timothee; Cousins: Rev. Paul Justin, Anthony, Renaud, Philony, Leonie, Leon, Maxene & Vilner Timothee, Lemoine, Jonas & Yvronie Justin, Herold & Evins Lubin; Numerous other relatives & friends including: Exmini & Renea Benoit.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.
Funeral service for Maude Zelma Neely, a resident of Windward Isles Way and formerly of Rock Sound, Eleuthera, who passed away on 25th May, 2011, will be held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Boyd Road, on Saturday at 2:00 p.m.
Officiating will be Deacon Gregory Taylor. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left with cherished memories that will linger in our hearts are her: Loving husband: Alpheus Neely; two sons: Leslie Wells and David Neely; Two daughters: Sandra Wells-Carmona and Joyce Brown. Eight grand-children: Leslie Wells Jr., Gerard Carmona, Jeffrey, Jayden and Joyelle Brown, Devante, Blair and Dave Neely; One brother: Daniel Pyfrom; Two sisters: Judy Pyfrom-Masnyk and Vernia Pyfrom; Two sons-in-law: Luis Carmona and Swanson Brown; One daughter-in-law: Ramona Neely; Brothers-in-law: Arnold and Michael Neely and Kenneth Beckford; Sisters-in-law: Avis Pyfrom, Sister Jacinth Neely, Marie Newton, Florence Beckford, Angela, Detrich and Monica Neely; Two Aunts: Zelma Nottage and Mizpah Evans; Two Uncles: Daniel and Lloyd Evans; Nephews: Danny, Dervin, Derward, Darren, Vernon, Marcus (Griffin), Thomas, Andrew, Teko, Aaron, Adam, Christopher, Mario, Mark, Earl, Livingston, Marcus (Knowles) and Miguel; Nieces: Denette, Debbie, Leshan, Denica, Judy (JJ), Desiree, Anastacia, Amanda, Denise, Monique, Deandre, Marcia (SP.Vil); Cousins: Dr. Dave Sands, Kendal, Steve, Carl, Ethel, Julie, Donald, Keith, Dorethea, Danny, Andrew, Beth, Cheryl, Darlene, Chris, Douglas, Donna, Zelda, Jude, Johnny, Edith, Wideon, Vandolyn, Livan, Sidney, Donna, June, Vynona, Thelma, Naomi, Willie, Roger. Numerous grand-nieces and grand-nephews and a host of other relatives and friends including: The Carey Family, The Mingo Family, Monique Sands and Family, Yvette Knowles & Family, Celeste Goodman, Beverly Brown & Family, Barbara Richards & Family, Carmen Ingraham, Marina Moultrie, Ruth Turnquest, Violet Grant, Vandolyn Fox, David Armbrister, Patrick Murphy and Family, Perry Darling, Charles Sealy & Family, Hon. Frank Watson, Hon. Carl Bethel, Staff of the Ministry of Education, Learning Resources Unit, G.K. Symonette Library, Sadie Curtis Primary, Family Guardian Insurance Company, Coconut Grove Preschool, and Golden Gates and Rock Sound, Eleuthera Communities.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday from 9-12:00 noon and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service time.
ABACO - 24
NORTH ABACO - 11
Shiloh Baptist Church
Grand Cay All Age School (Preschool room only)
Church of God Pentecostal
Green Turtle Cay
Amy Roberts All Age School
Church of God
New Hope Baptist Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church
Faith Walk Church of God
Fox Town Primary School
New St. Andrew Baptist Church
Revival Time Pentecost Church Youth Hall
CENTRAL ABACO - 7
Central Abaco Primary School
Friendship Tabernacle Church
Abaco Central High School
St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church
Hope Town, Elbow Cay
Hope Town Pre School
Man-O-War Public School
Guana Cay All Aged School
SOUTH ABACO - 6
Assemblies of God Church
Casuarina & Bahama Palm Shores
Casuarina Point Fire Station
Crossing Rocks Primary School
Sandy Point/Sands Cove
Sandy Point Community Center
Moore's Island- The Bight, Hard Bargain
Soul Seeking Ministry
Moore's Island All Age School
ACKLINS - 5
North Acklins Hurricane Shelter
St. Paul's Baptist Church
Church of God of Prophecy
Zion Ebenezer Baptist Church
ANDROS - 28
SOUTH ANDROS - 7
St. Mary's Anglican Church
Deep Creek Primary School
St. Paul's Baptist Church
Mt. Olive Baptist Church
Friendship Baptist Church
High Rock Primary School
Long Bay Cays
Long Bay Cays Pre-School
Mangrove Cay - 2
Mangrove Cay High School - Lisbon Creek to Pinder's
Burnt Rock Primary School - Little Harbour to Burnt Rock
Central Andros - 10
Cargill Creek Township
St. Bartholomew Anglican Church - Behring Point
Church of God of Prophecy - Cargill Creek
Pentecostal Church - Bowen Sound
Fresh Creek Township
Catholic Church - Fresh Creek
St. Paul's Anglican Church - Calabash Bay
Voice of Deliverance Church - Calabash Bay
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church - Calabash Bay
Mt. Ethel Baptist Church - Love Hill
Staniard Creek Township
St. Hope Baptist Church - Blanket Sound
Stafford Creek Primary School - Stafford Creek
NORTH ANDROS - 9
Nicholls Town Primary School
Church of Christ
Church of God of Prophecy
South Mastic Point
Mount Sinai Baptist Church
North Mastic Point
Pleasant View Assemblies of God
First Baptist Church
Salem Baptist Church
YEAST Training Center
BERRY ISLANDS - 1
Great Harbour Cay
Church of God of Prophecy
BIMINI - 1
The Gateway Gymnasium
CAT ISLAND - 9
NORTH CAT ISLAND - 3
St. Andrews Anglican Church
New Ebenezer Baptist Church
Lovely Zion Baptist Church
SOUTH CAT ISLAND - 6
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church
Zion Baptist Church Hall
St. Mark's Anglican Church
Zion Baptist Church
Restoration Baptist Church
CROOKED ISLAND - 6
Church of God of Prophecy
St. Paul's Baptist Church
All Saints Anglican Church
Seventh Day Adventist Church
St. John's Baptist Church
Command Centre (Administrator's Dwelling)
ELEUTHERA - 27
NORTH ELEUTHERA - 14
Zion Methodist Church
The Current Community Centre
John Wesley Methodist Church
Haitian Baptist Peoples Church
St. Paul's Anglican Church
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
Wesley Methodist Church
Mission Church of God
Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church
Wesley Methodist Church Lighthouse Church of God
Harbor Island Public Library (Special Needs Shelter)
The People's Church
CENTRAL ELEUTHERA - 7
Saint Mark's Methodist Church
Governor's Harbour Primary School
North Palmetto Point
Salvation Army Church
Church of the Nazarene
SOUTH ELEUTHERA - 6
Church of God of Prophecy
Rock Sound Primary School
Green Castle Primary School
Wemyss Bight/John Millar's/Waterford
Wemyss Bight Primary School
Deep Creek Middle School
The Administration Building
EXUMA and THE CAYS - 19
St. Mary's Anglican Magdalene Church
St. Peter's Union Baptist Church
Harry Cay/ The Ferry
St. Mathew's Baptist Church
Hartswell / Rolle Town
Mount Carmel Mission Baptist Church
St Andrews Anglican Church Community Center
St. Theresa's Catholic Church Center
The College of The Bahamas Resource Center
St. John's the Baptist Anglican Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church
Mt. Hermon Baptist Church
Palestine Baptist Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church
Roker's Point & Harts
St. Margaret's Anglican Church
Zion Baptist Church
Mt. Sinai Union Baptist Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church
St. Mary's Union Baptist Church
St. Luke's Baptist Church
Mt. Oliveth Baptist Church
GRAND BAHAMA - 11
City of Freeport - 9
St. George's High School Gymnasium
Living Waters Assembly of God
Church of Christ
Foster B. Pestaina Centre Pro-Cathedral of Christ the King (Special needs shelter)
First Baptist Church Hall
Central Church of God Hall
Sir Jack Haywood High School
Maurice Moore Primary School
West Grand Bahama - 2
Eight Mile Rock High School Gymnasium
Martin Town Community Church
INAGUA - 3
St. Phillip's Community Centre
Basil McIntosh Complex
LONG CAY - 2
Old Post Office Building
LONG ISLAND - 9
Seymours Gospel ChapelSimms
Beulah Baptist Church
First Assemblies of God
St. Joseph's Anglican Church
Seniors Recreational Centre
The Community Center
St. John's Anglican Church Hall
Holy Cross Anglican Church Hall
Holy Family Anglican Church
MAYAGUANA - 3
Abraham's Bay Secondary School
Pirates Well Primary School
Betsy Bay Community Centre
RAGGED ISLAND - 1
RUM CAY - 1
St. Christopher Anglican Church
Gerace Research Center
St. John's Baptist Center
Zion Baptist Church- United Estates
SAN SALVADOR - 5
North Victoria Hill
St. James Native Baptist Church
Zion Baptist Church
Total Family Islands Emergency Shelters- 155
Funeral Service for Sis. Pearline Joyann Smith-Davis, a resident of Palm Tree Avenue, Coconut Grove and formerly from Steventon, Exuma will be held at 1:00p.m. on Saturday, June 11th 2011 at Zion Baptist Church, East Street and Shirley Street.
Officiating will be Rev. T.G. Morrison assisted by Rev. Anthony Sampson and other Ministers of the gospel. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Cherished memories are held by her 5 Sons: Godfrey, Hezron, Anthony, Captain Morrison and Captain Elvis Davis; 4 Daughter: Ivy Mackey (deceased), Ena Rolle, Mary and Vernie Davis; 2 Sisters: Pleasant George of Miami, Florida, and Muriel Bowe(deceased); 3 Brothers: William Bill Smith of Miami, Florida, Allinston and Yavington Smith (both deceased); 11 Nieces: Alice, Plesant, Virnae, and Sherry Bowe, Maevis Kerr, Edna Ferguson, Eulean Green, Patricia and Joyce Smith, Valderine Winters and Lorene Banks; 6 Nephews: Glenn George, Leslie, Patrick and Perry Smith, Joseph and Donald Bowe; Son-in-law: Basil Rolle; 2 Daughters-in-law: Rosemary and Rochelle Davis; 49 Grand Children: Inspector 378 Stephen Maycock, Sergeant 1903 Garvin Rolle, Delando Rolle(deceased), Adraian Bowe, Mark Stubbs, Michael, Police Constable 2466 Andy Mackey and Dwayne Mackey, Darren Renaldo, Godfrey Davis Jr., Errol, Tamar, Marley, Brandon, Jeremy, Sean, Bryan Davis, Hezron Davis Jr., Anthony Davis Jr., Jonathan and Martin Davis, Evangelist Ruth Mackey, Beryl Armbrister, Lytania McIntosh, Delphine Fernander, Garnelle Cyprianna and Vanria Davis, Patrice and Deseriae Rolle, Shantell, Doramae, and Neffeteria Davis, Shakara Clarke, Crystal Alexander, Indera Gardiner Angela and Wendy Rolle, Roshanda, and Antonia Davis, Staff Nurse Anishka Grant, Neketria Brown, Monique and Epiphany Davis, 90 Great- Grand; 2 Great Great Grand; Godchildren: Gwen, Lillis Adderley, Tracey Bowe, Pamela Oliver and a host of other relatives and friends: Magnolia, Marcus and Andrew Curry, Iva Davis, Eugene Smith and family, Benjamin Davis and family, Florence Smith and family, Christina Smith and family, Rebecca Smith and family, Elizabeth Cash and family, Cyril Rolle and family, Curlene Higgs and family, Sam Smith and family, Keva Ferguson and family, Debbie Rolle, Yvette Rolleand family, Raquel Maycock, Ida Mackey, Lawson, George, Carlos Rolle, Juilian Grant, Lamart Fernander, Floell, Cynthia Whylly, Norma Whyllym, Sandra Rolle, Arnold McPhee, Pastor Elvina Rose, Kishno Taylor, Helen Brennen Marva, Rosnell and Suewell, Karen Ann Carey, Arnold Smith, Gwen, Cleoella,Grator Knowles, Dr. Graciella Decastro Mackey, the Roach Family, Higgs, and Percentie family of Habour Island, the entire Nixon family, Maycock family, Sherman Rodriquez and family, Farmers Cay, Black Point, Stuart Manner, Staniel Cay, Steventon and the entire Exuma Community, the Flamingo Gardens, Palm Tree Avenue Family, Ridgeland Park West Community, E.P. Roberts Family, Davis and Co. staff, Rev. T. G. Morrison and the Zion Baptist Church Exuma and East and Shirley Street family, Mt. Theo's Baptist Church, The staff of Female Surgical, Dr. Theodore Ferguson, Dr. Martin Brown, Dr. Hunt Burrows, Dr. Dames and Rev. Sampson and others too numerous to mention..
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street on Friday from 12:00 noon to 6:00p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 11:30a.m. until service time.
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
DAEGU, South Korea: Manager Ralf McKinney said the 13th IAAF World Championships has brought some significant circumstances for Team Bahamas, one of which is the withdrawal of veteran sprinter Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie from the 100 metres.
For the first time, the women and men 100 metres will get started with a preliminary round for competitors from the various countries that didn't have any competitors who qualified with either the A or B standards.
From that round held in the morning session today, the top 12 competitors will move on to face the elite field of qualifiers in what will then become the first round or the ...