Kingston Gleaner, October 7, 2005, Page 46

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Kingston Gleaner (Newspaper) - October 7, 2005, Kingston, Kingston NEWS www.jamaica-gleaner.com 'rf RE I I THE GLEANER FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7, 2005 BH mmmm REUTERS Family members carry photos of the victims of a Cuban airliner which downed in 1976 during a ceremony at Havana's Colon cemetery yesterday. CUBA Nation observes plane bombing anniversary HAVANA. (Reuters): FAMILY AND friends of 73 people killed when a Cuban airliner was blown out of the sky 29 years ago marked the tragedy's anniversary yesterday by bitterly accusing the United States of harbouring the bombers. Some 200 people gathered at Havana's main cemetery to remember the victims of what Cuba views as its own 9/1 I. even as President George W. Bush delivered a major speech on terrorism in the United States and said that those who harbour terrorists are equally guilty. "What happened Sept. 11.2(X)I. in the United States is not foreign to us," said Margarita Morales, whose father and the junior Cuban fencing team he coached died in the 1976 plane blast. "The families of the victims in the United States are waiting like we are for justice. ... We demand (President Bush) stop looking for excuses to protect (Luis) Posada Carriles and Orlando Bosch," she told the mourners, many of whom, with tears in their eyes, wore T-shirts or carried placards with pictures of the dead. Cuba accuses the United States of using militant, anticommunist Cuban exiles like Carriles and Bosch to conduct terrorist attacks against the country since President Fidel Castro came to power in a 1959 revolution. WESTERN JAMAICA Ministry Of Justice d u rill V The Legal Aid Council NCC Towers North Tower Ground Floor I Oxford Road Kingston 5 Phone: 901-19*3 Fax: 754- 4779 All Attorneys-at-Law, Law Students, Justices of the Peace, Court Administrators, & members of the Public Are invited to a... .Seminar on Legal Ald To be held at the CIVIC CENTRE Sam Sharpe Square Montego lay St.Jamee On Saturday* October I, ROOS At 9:10 a.m-R:00 p.m. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO US warns citizens to avoid capital PGRT-OF-SPAIN. Trinidad (AP): THE UNITED States Embassy has warned American citizens to avoid the dow ntown area of the capital for four days next week, following a series of bombings that have all occurred around the same time of the month. Americans in Trinidad & Tobago should avoid downtown Port-of-Spain from October 9-12. and should take general precautions at all times, an embassy spokesman said yesterday. ■ ANTIGUA The bombings began July I I. when an explosion in a trash bin on a busy downtown street injured 14 people _ including a woman whose foot was amputated as a result of her injuries from the blast. A second went off in a pile of trash bags on August 11 and the third exploded in a trash bin behind a fast-food restaurant on September IO. No one was injured in either incident. "The U.S. Embassy has the responsibility to make citizens aware of any potential danger, and given the pattern of the dates of the previous three bombings, the embassy felt it was appropriate to make U.S. citizens living in Trinidad and Tobago aware," said spokesman Robert Skinner. Trinidad's government, which has not announced any arrests in the bombings, said it has increased security in the capital, but has not urged its citizens to avoid downtown. PM announces hike in gasolene prices ST. JOHN S, Antigua. CMC: ANTIGUA AND Barbuda’s Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer has announced a hike in fuel prices here. Spencer said gasolene will he increased from EC$9.30 (US$3.44) to $11.89 (US$4.40) per gallon - a hike of $2.59 (US$0.95). Diesel will now' be retailed at $10.44 (US$3.86) per gallon. Spencer said rising oil prices across the world and the effects of Hurricane Kartina in the US Gulf Coast has forced the government to increase prices. He said the government has absorbed some of the cost and called on service station dealers and bus drivers not to increase their prices. The Antiguan leader said the government would also announce new measurers to soften the effect of the increase. He. however, did not specify what these measures would be. flUiMCIAl SERVICES commission FSC TO HOST 2ND ANNUAL CARIBBEAN SECURITIES REGULATORS CONFERENCE Representatives from the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), as well as regional stock exchanges are among the participants expected to attend the 2nd Annual Caribbean Securities Regulators Conference, to be held at the Jamaica Conference Centre, November 7 - 8, 2005. The Financial Services Commission (FSC) will host this year’s conference under the theme: ‘‘Securities Market Regulation: Balancing Protection and Development. ” Various regional stakeholders in the financial services sector including issuers, investors, market intermediaries; local and regional government officials; academics and other interests in the finance sector, will benefit from both technical and nontechnical presentations, that have an international scope, but regional relevance. The conference will explore the inter-related themes of investor protection and market development, with emphasis on the implications for the development of regulatory policy and strategy within the Caribbean context. Among the matters to be discussed are: The Implications of the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) for Securities Market Regulators: Prosecuting Securities Market Abuse: Practices and Pitfalls; Corporate Governance Standards for Issuers and Dealers; and the Agenda for Securities Market Regulation, 2005-2010: An International Perspective. The Association of Caribbean Securities Regulators (ACSR) came into existence when regulators recognized the need to share information about the cross border activities of conglomerates and entities with region-wide scope, collaborate in defining common positions to proposed international standards, as well as harmonize the regulatory frameworks in their respective jurisdictions in preparation for the Caribbean Single Market & Economy (CSME). The Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago are currently active members of the Association. It is anticipated that Guyana, the Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands will join later, following their invitation to attend this year’s conference. The cost to attend the conference is $ US400 for the two days and USS 250 for day one and US $250 for day two. For further information please call the FSC Public information Unit at 906-30i0 -2. :MTENDER NOTICEINSURANCE PLACEMENT NUTRITION PRODUCTS LIMITED Offers are invited for tenders from pre-qualified registered insurance companies and brokers with the Financial Services Commission (FSC), who are included in the Government of jamaica (GOJ) Register of Approved Suppliers for insurance services to Nutrition Products Limited. Pre-qualified brokers/insurers will be required to submit valid Tax Compliance Certificates (TCCs) indicating that they are tax complaint at the time of submission of tenders. Data on which tenders are invited can be obtained from Monday, October IO, 2005 to Monday October 31, 2005 frotn:- The Chief Accountant Nutrition Products Limited 6 Marcus Caney Drive, Kingston 15 Telephone Us 922-4227, 9224388, 922-4399 Period of placement will be for three (3) wars commencing April I, 2006. Tenders should be deposited at Nutrition Products Limited and should be in sealed envelopes, bearing the name of the tenderer and clearly marked:TENDER FOR NDJRmQK PRODUCTS LIMITED Cover is required for the following classes of insurances:-❖ Commercial All Risks ❖ Computer All Risks ❖ Goods in Transit ❖ Money in Transit ❖ Fidelity Guarantee ❖ Equipment All Risks ❖ Combined Employers/ Public/Product Liability ❖ Motor Comprehensive (Private Cars) ❖ Motor Comprehensive (Commercial Vehicles) Each tender should contain a summary pf the risk(s) Envelopes should be addressed to: The Chief Accountant Nutrition Products Limited 6 Marcus Garvey Drive, Kingston 15 Two (2) identical copies of each tender should be deposited by 3:00 P.M. on January 26, 2006. TENDERS SUBMITTED AFTER THIS TIME AND DATE WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DISQUALIFIED. A non-refundable payment for $1,000 in cash or manager's cheque will he required for each tender dixument. Recommendations for award will not necessarily be made to the lowest tender hut in respect of the best overall Proposal. ;

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