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* By RUPERT
MISSICK Jr
Senior Staff Reporter
POLICE Commissioner
Paul Farquharson has rec-
o6mmended to Attorney
General Alfred Sears that
Works and Ltilitics Minis-
ter Bradley Roberts not be
charged with rape.
Mr Sears told The Tri-
bune yesterday the commis-
sioner, who submitted his
recommendations to the
Attorney General on Tues-
day, said that based on their
findings Mr Roberts should
not be prosecuted.
"I have asked the Direc-
tor for Public Prosecutions
to review the recommenda-
tions and he will advise me'
if the recommendations of
the commissioner should be
followed," Mr Sears said.
He said that his office has
the final say in the matter,
but if evidence does not
support a prosecution one
is not advanced.
Mr Sears, however, would
not comment on the cir-
cumstances under which the
commissioner recommend-
ed that no charges be made
against the minister.
"The review is underway
and I expect to get a report
in a matter of days.
,"I can't go into details
because the review is


underway," he said.
Wallace Rolle, lawyer for
the woman making the
accusations against Mr
Roberts, could not be
reached for comment yes-
terday as he was said to be
off island.
On Wednesday the police
force defended its actions
in the investigation of the
rape allegations.
It was reported that police
mediated a confrontation
between Mr Roberts and his
accuser during their investi-
gation of the case.
In a press conference Mr
Farquharson confirmed that
there was a meeting
between the two parties.
He said that it was not
unusual for police to use a
confrontation between a-
complainant and the
accused to determine the
validity of a case.
At that time Mr Far-
quharson did not want to
comment on the recom-
mendations made to the
Attorney General's office
by the police. However, he
said the AG's office has the
final say in the matter.
He also said it is not
unusual for the police to
forward matters to the AG's
office.
This was not the first rape
case to be forwarded, he
said.


Police raid we


* POLICE officers
remove computer
equipment from Per-
cy's Web Cafe yester-
day afternoon after
raiding the Wulff
Road establishment.
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Tribune Staff Reporter
AN EMERGENCY election
held at the Bahamas Taxicab
j Union yesterday was branded
"illegal" by the four officers
President Leon Griffin is trying
to oust from his unit.
Without the presence of offi-
cers from the Ministry of
Labour, the officers claimed
that Mr Griffin's election .as
against the union rules, and ley
would not honour its outcome.
It was announced last month
that on January 6, union mem-
bers could decide the fate of
Vice President Cheryl Fergu-
son, trustee Daniel Cleare, first
Vice President Sigmund Bethel,
and executive officer Mark
Sawyer. Ministry of Labour offi-
cials were to be present to make
the election valid.
Senior Labour Inspector
Theresa Johnson and an assis-
tant arrived at the union build-
ing on Nassau Street at 9am on
Thursday to conduct the elec-
tions. However, about half-an-
hour later, they were instructed
by the ministry to abandon the
post, collect ballot boxes, and
leave the premises.
The confusion came at the
end of a series of chaotic events
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donated to the National
Emergency Management
Agency for hurricane relief is
currently being audited for a
report that will be made avail-
able to the public next week.
James Smith, the Minister
of State in the Ministry of
Finance and co-chairman of
the agency's Disaster Relief
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and Touche is presently com-
piling the financial report even
though the fund is still in use.
Although he could not con-
firm the total amount in the
fund, he confirmed it is in the
millions of dollars.
The UN Economic Com-
mission for Latin America and
the Caribbean (ECLAC) in
its itemised accounting of the
damage caused by Hurricanes
SEE page 10


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Senior Staff Reporter
ESTABLISHING an early
warning system for tsunamis in
the Caribbean region will cost
countries in CARICOM around
$5 million, Foreign Affairs Min-
ister Fred Mitchell told The Tri-
bune yesterday.
The minister spoke from
Grenada where he was attend-
ing a meeting of the Council of
Foreign and Community Rela-
tions (COFCOR) to discuss the
establishment of an early warn-


ing system for the Caribbean
for tidal waves, hurricanes and
other major natural disasters.
A comprehensive paper was
advanced by the CARICOM
Secretariat to cover two issues,
the establishment of an early
warning system and the need
for public education outlining
exactly what the dangers of such
events are, the minister
explained.
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* By PACO NUNEZ
Tribune Staff Reporter
JUNKANOO spectators may face
standing in long lines twice over if
they are unaware of the entry points
for their sections, seating organizers
said yesterday.
C-CUBE, the company in charge
of seating arrangements for
Junkanoo, explained that at the Box-
ing Day parade, members of the pub-
lic who did not line up for the correct
entry point for their section their seat
was in, had to be turned away by
officials, and instructed to join the
back of the correct line.
The section corresponding to ,a
particular seat is clearly marked on
each ticket by a letter between A
and V.
Identified
The entry points for each of these
sections are identified by a number
between 1 and 12.
The entry point for each section is
clearly marked on a map at the junc-
tion of Cumberland Street and Bay
Street, near the entrance to the
British Colonial Hilton hotel.
The sections and corresponding
entry points are as follows:
Sections A and B are located on
the Western End of Bay Street on
the North side. They are accessed by


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Sections C and D are located on
the Western End of Bay Street on
the South side. They are accessed by
entry point 2, located on Frederick
Street South, or entry point 4, on
Charlotte Street South.


E and F are located on the north
side of Bay Street, between Char-
lotte Street and Rawson Square.
They can be accessed by entry point
3, on Charlotte Street North, or entry
point 5, on Parliament Street south.
Sections G and H are located on
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They can be accessed by entry point
4, on Charlotte Street South, or
entry point 6, on Parliament Street
North.
The non-VIP seats in sections I, J,
K, L and M are located on the north
side of Rawson Square. They are


eating
accessed by entry point 7, located on
the northern side of Bank Lane.
The VIP sections of areas I, J, K,
L, M, N, 0 and P are located on both
sides of Rawson Square ( I, J, K, L,
M, on the north side, N, 0, P on the
south side).
They are accessed by entry point 8,
located on the south side of Bank
Lane.
Sections Q and R are located oh
the north side of Bay Street, between
East Street and the Churchill Build-
ing.
They are accessed by entry point 9
on East Street north.


Entry
Section S is located on the north
side of Bay Street, between East
Street and Elizabeth Avenue. It is
accessed by entry point 10, on nortl4-
ern corner of Bay Street and Eliza-
beth Avenue.
Sections T and U are located onf
Shirley Street between East Street
and Elizabeth Avenue.
They are accessed by entry point
11, at the corner of Shirley Street
and Elizabeth Avenue.
Section V is located on the south
side of Shirley Street in front of the
Rodney E. Bain building.
It is accessed by entry point 12 on
the southern corner of Shirley Street
and Parliament Street.


Residents outraged as


police raid web caf6


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Senior Staff Reporter
ANGRY Wulff Road resi-
dents met in the parking lot of
Percy's Web Cafj yesterday
outraged at police for raiding
the establishment.
In addition to confiscating
some of the equipment and
money from the premises,
police reportedly arrested some
of the caf6's employees


and a manager.
Residents claim that the raid
took place because police sus-
pected that it was being used as
a numbers house.
Caught up in the raid were
frustrated students, taking their
BJCs this year. They had gath-
ered to use the cafe's facilities to
conduct course work.
"You know what, I don't
know what other things they
use the place for but they told


us that we had to go on the
internet to get information for
some of our course work and I
don't have it at home so I
have to come here," said one-
student.
Others expressed frustration
at the current law preventing
Bahamian citizens from gam-
bling.
Warrant
Inspector Ellis Miller of
Northeastern police division
confirmed that officers from the
Wulff Road police station, with
officers from the Central Detec-
tive Unit, executed the warrant
that was issued for the raid on
Percy's Web Cafe6 to investigate
allegations of "illegal gam-
bling".
Inspector Miller said that
"several persons were arrested
and items were taken from the
premises in connection with an
illegal lottery.
"Investigations into the mat-
ter continue."
An employee of the caf6
complained that there was no
justification for closing down
the establishment.
"If what we are doing is ille-
gal we would not have a busi-
ness licence from government,"
he said.


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BAHAMASAIR, which
for years has been a major
drain on taxpayers, is not
alone in facing severe finan-
cial problems in an airline
industry under siege.
Air Jamaica, which flies
from Nassau to Kingston, is
now trying to save itself
from extinction with a mas-
sive cost-cutting exercise.
New management is
ordering a big salary cut for
executive staff and the slash-
ing of unprofitable routes in
an effort to keep the com-
pany flying.
Executive chairman Dr
Vin Lawrence told the
Jamaican press yesterday
that the airline had no mon-
ey and was in survival mode.
He also warned that staff
redundancies were
inevitable.

Saving
The airline's 50-strong
executive staff has agreed to
an average pay cut of 18 per
cent, saving the airline $1
million a year. And flights
to Antigua, Manchester,
London and Havana are
being slashed.
Audited figures for 2003
show accumulated losses of
US$602 million and a deficit
of US$418 million. Unau-
dited reports for 2004 show
losses of US$90 million.
Dr Lawrence said: "I can't
stress too strongly that Air
Jamaica is in deep trouble.
The government of Jamaica
is not in a position to sup-
port Air Jamaica as it has
been required to over the
last five to 10 years."
He said significant cost
restructuring was required
for the airline to survive.
"It is important to recog-
nise that with the high losses
the airline faces, no
improvement can be had
without significant sacrifice
from all parties," he added.

Unions
Talks are taking place this
week between management
and unions in an effort to
work out a redundancy and
compensation package.
Air Jamaica is also return-
ing three planes from its 20-
strong fleet to cut leasing
costs. Further cuts will be
made to consolidate its
worldwide offices.
Meanwhile, cut-price air-
lines are forcing established
carriers to reduce fares. Oth-
ers are expected to follow
Delta's lead in cutting fares
on some routes and elimi-
nating discounting restric-
tions.
US Airways and Conti-
nental have matched and
sometimes undercut -
Delta's New York fares
from certain cities. But
Delta remains committed to
its lower fares strategy in a
bid to stave off bankruptcy.
Also in trouble is Aloha
Airlines in Hawaii, which
has joined local competitor
Hawaiian Airlines in filing
for Chapter 11 reorganisa-
tion bankruptcy.
Heavy debts and rising
fuel costs have contributed
to the crisis.


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff
Reporter
PUBLIC opinion seems
to be divided on whether
Works and Utilities Minis-
ter Bradley Roberts should
resign pending an official
investigation into a rape
allegation.
Bahamians called into a
local radio talk show yes-
terday to express their
views on the situation
and address the wider
topic of whether
people who are the subject
of allegations of illegal or
criminal actions should
resign from public office
until they are charged or
exonerated.
On Wednesday, Police
Commissioner Paul Far-
quharson held a press con-
ference saying that police
had finished their month-
long investigation and had
turned the information
over to the Attorney Gen-
eral's office, which is to
make its decision on
whether criminal charges
should be filed.

Maintained
Mr Farquharson had
maintained that the inves-
tigation was done thor-
oughly and promptly with
no special consideration
for Mr Roberts' position.
He said it was not unusual
for cases to be turned over
to the AG's office or for
the three week period
which elapsed before Mr
Roberts was brought for
questioning.
Several callers to the
Love 97 radio programme
Issues of the Day said Mr
Rx3berts should -tep down.
*""The honorable thing for
him to do is resign," said a


* CHIEF Superintendent Marvin Dames and Commissioner of Police Paul Farquharson
saying that police had finished their month-long investigation.
(Photo: Felipi Major)


female caller.
However, another caller
said: "Bahamians are too
quick to judge people with-
out the full conclusions
having been made.
"We would have a dys-
functional country if some-
one had to step down every
time an accusation was
made," said another.
Another caller stated
that Mr Roberts would not
be distracted from his
public duties while an
investigation was conduct-
ed.
The caller said Mr


Roberts should be able to
remain at work until con-
crete proof was brought
against him.

Anonymous
Some callers expressed
concern that a person's
character could be
maligned in the Bahamian
press without the facts
being known, while the
person making .the accusa-
tions._cguld remain anony-
mous and protected.


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FREEPORT- Two male
residents of Colony Club were
charged in Freeport Magis-
trate's Court with causing
grievous harm to another
man, whose arm was almost
severed with cutlass in a vio-
lent altercation.
Dallas Bullard, 21, and
Shawn Alexander Demerritte,
31, both of No 21 Colony
Club, appeared in Court
Three on Thursday before
Magistrate Helen Jones.
It is alleged that on January
1, the men attacked Antoine
Mullings, 23, of Drake
Avenue, with a cutlass and
caused injury to his left arm.
Both men pleaded not guilty
to the charge.
They were each granted
$3,000 bail with one surety.
The matter was adjourned to
May 5, 2005.


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EACH day we get closer to the Iraqi elec-
tions, more voices are suggesting that they be
postponed. This is a tough call, but I hope the
elections go ahead as scheduled on January
30. We have to have a proper election in Iraq
so we can have a proper civil war there.
Let me explain: None of these Arab coun-
tries Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia -
are based on voluntary social contracts
between the citizens inside their borders.
They are all what others have called "tribes
with flags" -not real countries in the West-
ern sense. They are all civil wars either wait-
ing to happen or being restrained from hap-
pening by the iron fist of one tribe over the
others or, in the case of Syria in Lebanon, by
one country over another.
What the Bush team has done in Iraq, by
ousting Saddam, was not to "liberate" the
country an image and language imported
from the West and inappropriate for Iraq -
but rather to unleash the latent civil war in
that country. Think of shaking a bottle of
Champagne and then uncorking it.
This is not to say that the "liberation" of
Iraq's people is impossible. But unlike in
Eastern Europe where a democratic
majority was already present and crying to get
out, and all we needed to do was remo% e the
wall in Iraq we first need to create that"
democratic majority .
That is what these elections are about and
why they are so crucial. We don't want the
kind of civil war that we have in Iraq now.
That is a war of Sunni and Islamist militants
against the U.S. and its Iraqi allies, many of
whom do not seem comfortable fighting with,
and seemingly for, the United States. Amer-
ica cannot win that war. That is a civil war in
which the murderous insurgents appear to
be on the side of ending the U.S. "occupation
of Iraq" and the United States and its allies
appear to be about sustaining that occupation.
The civil war we want is a democratically
elected Iraqi government against the Baathist
and Islamist militants. It needs to be clear
that these so-called insurgents are not fight-
' ing to liberate Iraq from America, but rather
to reassert the tyranny of a Sunni-Baathist
minority over the majority there. The insur-
gents are clearly desperate that they not be
cast as fighting a democratically elected Iraqi
government which is why they are des-
perately trying to scuttle the elections. After
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the pie, and nothing more, they would be
taking part in the elections.
We cannot liberate Iraq, and never could.
Only Iraqis can liberate themselves, by first
forging a social contract for sharing power
and then having the will to go out and defend
that compact against the minorities who will
try to resist it. Elections are necessary .for
that process to unfold, but not sufficient.
There has to be the will among Shiites,
Sunnis and Kurds to forge that equitable
social contract and then fight for it.
In short, we need these elections in Iraq to
see if there really is a self-governing com-
munity there ready, and willing, to liberate
itself both from Iraq's old regime and
from us. The answer to this question is not
self-evident. This was always a shot in the
dark but one that I would argue was
morally and strategically worth trying.
Because if it is impossible for the peoples of
even one Arab state to voluntarily organize
themselves around a social contract for demo-
cratic life, then we are looking at dictators and
kings ruling this region as far as the eye can
see. And that will guarantee that this region
will be a cauldron of oil-financed patholo-
gies and terrorism for the rest of ourlivesr..:,-
What is inexcusable is thinking that sqch an
experiment would be easy. that'it could be
done on the cheap, that it could be done with
any old army and any old coalition and any
old fiscal policy and any old energy policy.
That is the foolishness of George W. Bush,
Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld.
My foolishness was thinking they could
never be so foolish.
Still, the game is not over. We know, that
the Iraqi people do not want to be ruled by
us. But what we don't know is how they want
to rule themselves. What kind of majority
are the Iraqi Shiites ready to be a tolerant
and inclusive one, or an intolerant and exclu-
sive one? What kind of minority do the Iraqi
Sunnis intend to be rebellious and sepa-
ratist, or loyal and sharing?
Elections are the only way to find out. Or,
as Rumsfeld might say: You go to elections
with the country you've got, not the one you
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EDITOR, The Tribune.
THERE are four minis-
ters in the Christie led
'new' PLP administration
who must be dismissed
from cabinet, if it is to
regain the momentum of
the General Elections of
2002, in my submission.
Their retention in cabi-
net would be a disaster;
they are a clear and pre-
sent liability to Christie
and whatever his real agen-
da may be for The
Bahamas.
Loyalty and friendship
are essential in the craft
of politics, but there are
times when the leader of
any faction must come to
the stark realisation that
"Those who want to lead
must never hesitate about
sacrificing their friends..."
(The Infernal Marriage, by
Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of
Beaconsfield).
Unfortunately, in our
nation, we do not appear
to take leadership serious-
ly, nor do we follow
constitutional conven-
tions.
Our constitution, unlike
the British, is largely a
written or codified one.
There is the observation of
constitutional conventions
which have the force of
law.
The late great Sir Lyn-
den Oscar Pindling
demanded their observa-
Stion and. practice by his
The 'Rt Hon Hubert A
Ingraham, MP, PC also
required his cabinet minis-
ters to follow them.
Sir Lynden ruled the
nation for almost 30 years.
During successive admin-
istrations he never once
saw fit to elevate Bradley
Roberts to cabinet, despite
the latter's wealth, claim to
genius, or his hard mouth.
How come? Did he know
him better than the rest of
us?
In my opinion, BaTelCo,
Water and Sewerage,
Bahamasair and the Min-
istry of Works have all
gone further south since
Christie put Roberts in
charge at those entities.
Most of us knew, from
day one, this government
never had any real inten-


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tions of privatising BaTel-
Co.
As far as I am concerned
that company is a potential
repository for jobs for PLP
hacks and consultants, ad
nauseum.
Since the dreaded hurri-
canes of 2004, Water and
Sewerage has rationed
water and thrown out
pathetic excuses, when
they do, to consumers in
New Providence.
Some say that the barges
have "broken down", oth-
ers claim that management
and the minister don't
know what to do. Which is
it?
Our roads are in a poor
state of repair. The Har-
rold Road corridor appears,
doomed to failure.
Motorists dread travelling
over many of our streets
for fear of breaking up cv
joints; axles; shocks or
motor mounts.
Roberts has not built a
single road during his term,
so far.
Yes, he may have put
down a bit of asphalt or
patch up one or two streets
but, overall, as far as I can
tell he lacks vision and
would not recognize a road
master plan if it were to
slap him plump in his face.
The Minister for Finan-
cial Services, Allyson Gib-
son, means well, no doubt,
but show me just one
'investment proposal'
which she has, personally,
attracted since her eleva-
tion. I submit that her cab-
inet position has more to
do with political appease-
ment than with actual
necessity.
I am told that her min-
istry is now embroiled in a
nasty public dispute with a
senior employee. Investors
are complaining, daily, of
the dismal lack of commu-
nication from her office
and the Rodney Bain
Building is still a national
disgrace.
The old City Meat Mar-
ket building was contracted
out for several millions,
months ago but that build-
ing is still a sore sight and
little or no work has been
done.
She has not, to the best
of my knowledge, run a
business on her own, apart
from a law practice.


Ask How.


. Her ministry should be
folded into the Ministry of
Finance.
The Minister of Trade &
Industry used to be a
favourite of mine. He has
now lost my political sup-
port. His ministry has
descended to the level,
apparently, of cussing, out
any business owner who
may not toe his line of rea-
soning. Take the used car
dealers; the gas stations
and the retail distributors
of cooking gas. Instead of
trying to work in an ami-
cable fashion, Miller shoots
off at the mouth and
threatens to fling the law
at anyone who crosses him.
We have gone from the
sublime to the absurd in
two and a half years. Has
his alleged personal behav-
iour been conducive of a
cabinet minister?
Melanie Griffin, in my
view, lacks a vision for her
ministry and may not be
suited for the post she
holds. Has service to the
physically challenged
increased? What about the
stipend paid to such per-
sons?
Has a single rehab build-
ing been constructed since
her elevation? Braille
machines?
A group home for the
challenged?
The School for the Blind
is a national disgrace. 75
per cent of government
premises are not accessible
for persons in wheel chairs.
Amputees have no viable
means of obtaining artifi-
cial limbs and there is no
government training facili-'
ty for the lame, the blind
or the challenged.
Serious allegations have
been levied against a few
'new' PLP politicians but
no formal charges have, to
date, been brought against
anyone.
Paul Adderley, an 'old'
PLP A-G, once lamented
what could happen to him
if he did his constitutional
duty.
Christie should demand
the observance of constitu-
tional conventions by his
ministers or he should
nudge them in the right
direction.
To God then ,Who will
work great miracles for
The Bahamas in 2005, in all
things be the glory.
ORTLAND H
BODIE JR
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Police Inspector Walter
Evans said that around
3.30pm, the pilot of a brown
and orange Aztec six-seater
aircraft lost control when it
attempted to land in Farmer's
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"Reportedly, while
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Inspector Evans said.
He said the plane's nose
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including the pilots, were
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Inspector Evans said that
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* By PACO NUNEZ
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A ROBBERY at a Market
Street liquor store has left
one customer in intensive
care after he was shot in the
chest, police have reported.
The incident was one of
three armed robberies that
occurred in New Providence
between Wednesday night
and Thursday morning.
The victim was identified
as Joseph Hall, who is
thought by police to be in his
mid 50s. Mr Smith is said to
be a regular at Smith's
Liquor Store on the corner


of Market Street and Bahama
Avenue, where the shooting
took place.
According to Inspector
Walter Evans, the victim was
in the store just after 9pm
when two men entered
pulling masks over their faces
and began shooting.

Escaped
He said that Mr Hall was
struck in the chest area and
in the back. Inspector Evans
said the culprits escaped with
a pouch containing an undis-
closed amount of cash.
"The suspects fled on foot,


* By NUALA NAUGHTON

AROUND 400 people are in Nassau this week to take part in a
poker tournament which is being hailed as "a major step forward"
for tourism in the Bahamas.
With a prize pool of more than $3 million and a first prize in
excess of $800,000, the event has attracted some of the world's rich-
est poker faces, including former patents lawyer American Greg
Raymer. He gave up his ,lucrative job after beating the world's
best card players and picking up $5 million at the 2004 World
Series of Poker championship, televised worldwide on ESPN.
Places at the high stakes event didn't come cheap, at $8,000 a
head, but many of the players who will ante up this week for the
Texas Hold 'Em tournament, being held at a private poker room
specially set up for the event at the Atlantis resort on Paradise
Island, won their seat with a $3 ticket, playing online at their home
computer.

Business
Organised by, internet gaming site PokerStars.com, the event
has attracted some of the biggest names in the business. Texas
Hold 'Em poker is recognized as one of the fastest growing pastimes
and is a favourite among celebrities including Whoopi Goldberg,
comedian Ellen De Generes, 'Friends' star Matthew Perry and
Jennifer Lopez' ex Ben Afflick.
Welcoming the event, Bahamian taxi driver and Texas Hold
'Em poker fan Phil Brown told The Tribune: "I follow Texas Hold
'Em and other poker tournaments on TV and, for an event like this
to attract hundreds of players and some really famous names on the
poker circuit, is really big for the Bahamas. To have hundreds of
people coming to the Bahamas can only be good for us and, if they
make it a regular thing, we could be looking at another tourism label
- we have sports tourism, religious tourism, now we could be look-
ing at 'poker tourism'. What about that?"
The tournament is hailed as possibly the biggest poker game of
its kind in the Caribbean.


and Mr Hall is listed in stable
condition in hospital," he
said.
The Tribune spoke yester-
day with Smith's Liquor
Store owner Hector Smith.
Mr Smith said that he had
not actuaJly seen the shooting
take place, but was near
enough to hear two gunshots.
"I was in the back room
with some friends planning a
party for tomorrow night,"
he explained.
Mr Smith said that when
he heard the gunshots, he
looked into the store and
found the victim lying on the
floor as the last of the gun-
men was making his escape.
He said he had heard that
the men entered after 9pm,
when about 10 customers
were in the store.
They fired shots and hit Mr
Hall, then jumped over the
sales counter and ordered the
female attendant to the floor.
He said the men then
robbed the store of a quanti-
.ty of cash.
Mr Smith said he was
impressed with the response
of both the police and ambu-
lance services, who arrived
minutes after they were
called.
He said that efforts to con-
tact Mr Hall's family had
been in vain, as although he
was "one of the regulars" at
the store, no-one knew where
he lived.
Some customers who were
in the store yesterday pointed
out a bullet hole in the ceil-
ing, which they say might
indicate that the culprits fired
a warning shot before rob-


6T UAIM"RM

eriizeFnici.e


bing the establishment. How-
ever, others said they sus-
pected that Mr Hall was in
fact the target of an attack,
and that the robbery was only
incidental.

Counter
They pointed out that Mr
Hall, one among many cus-
tomers in the store at the
time, was seated away from
the counter and cash regis-
ter.
Police also reported a dou-
ble armed robbery in the
Kemp Road area. At around
1.30am on Thursday morn-
ing, Rico Curtis, of Williams
Lane, off Kemp Road, was


robbed in his home of an
undetermined amount of cash
and jewellery by two armed
men.
Inspector Evans said the
men reportedly entered the
victim's home by removing
the door. They confronted
Mr Curtis armed with hand-
guns.
The same men are thought
to have proceeded to the
home of Wayne Demeritte,
also on Williams Lane.
Mr Demeritte was also
robbed of an undetermined
amount of cash, and the men
fled the scene on foot. "We
are following some significant
leads on this," Inspector
Evans said.


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LOCAL NEWS


Police believe arsonist set fire to




Freeport Concrete trailer office


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter

FREEPORT Grand
Bahama Police believe that an
arsonist set fire to a trailer office
at Freeport Concrete at Lucayan
Harbour early this week, causing
$100,000 in damage to the plant.
The fire occurred around
1235am on Monday when police
received a call from someone
who informed them that fire
was seen in a building at the


compound.
Supt Basil Rahming said fire
officials were dispatched to the
scene, where they observed a
40ft wooden mobile structure on
fire. The structure housed the
offices of the plant manager and
his secretary, and a T-11 wooden
unit that served as a batch plant
office.
Firefighters were able to extin-
guish the fire, but the structure
was completely destroyed.
Mr Rahming said officials sus-


pect that three separate fires
were intentionally lit at the plant.
They are searching for the arson-
ist responsible. Investigations are
continuing.
N MAN CHARGED WITH
INDECENT EXPOSURE
Raymond Timothy, 25, of
Martin Town, Eight Mile Rock,
pleaded guilty in Court Two
before magistrate Helen Subu
Swain to the charges of indecent
exposure and disorderly conduct.


Blaze causes $100,000 in damage to plant


He was sentenced to one month
in prison on each count.
According to reports, Timo-
thy was arrested at the New
Year's Day Junkanoo Parade
when he exposed his private
parts before a number of spec-
tators, including children. It is--
reported that he then urinated
on the legs of a female and into
a handbag she was holding.


* POLICE SEARCH
FOR VANDAL
Police are also searching for
the person responsible for van-
dalising a vehicle parked at Eight
Mile Rock.
Accordingtoreports, between
lam and 3.15am Tuesday, a res-
ident discovered the windshield
and side widows of their vehicle


smashed while the vehicle was
left unattended at their resi-
dence.
Mr Rahming said a search is
being launched from Russell
Town to Rocky Shore for the
person that could be responsi-
ble.
Anyone with information is
asked to call the police at 348-
3444/5.


US Ambassador presents $20,000





to help fight against HIV/AIDS


* By TIFFANY GRANT

TO HELP the fight against
HIV/AIDS the United States
Ambassador John Rood presented
$20,000 to government and non-prof-
it organizations yesterday.
The cheques were presented to
representatives from local organisa-
tions such as the Ministry of Health's
HIV/AIDS Resource Centre, which
received $7,000. The Samaritan Min-
istries of the Catholic Diocese
received $3,000 and the All Saints
Camp of St John the Divine and the
AIDS Foundation of the Bahamas
received $5,000 each towards their
cause.
The funds to support the local ini-
tiatives were made available through
a special Caribbean Ambassadors'
fund for HIV/AIDS.
In accepting the cheque, Director
of the HIV/AIDS Resource Centre,
Rose Mae Bain, challenged every
single Bahamian to take part in the
fight against AIDS. Mrs Bain noted '
that the donated funds are ear-


marked to be used in the area of
HIV/AIDS prevention and educa-
tion for Family Island students.
In proving the US's commitment
to the fight against AIDS, Mr Rood
noted that the United States presi-
dent has implemented a $15 billion
dollar programme.

Money
"The president launched a $15 bil-
lion programme entitled The Emer-
gency Plan for AIDS. It's a five year
programme and it shows that he is
willing to put our country's money
behind his word. He has made it very
clear to me and the other ambas-
sadors world-wide that this is a pri-
ority," he said.
Mr Rood also noted that the
embassy is seeking additional funding
of $15,000 to $20,000: He also said
that the embassy is proposing that
the Bahamas be the sight for this
year's Regional Caribbean AIDS
Conference.
"W\Ve made that proposal to Wash-


ington and we are cautiously opti-,
mistic, but there are still some hur-
dles we need to overcome. We want
to showcase the good things that are
happening in the Bahamas. The
Bahamas can be used as a model for
some of the other Caribbean coun-
tries and other countries around the
world," said Mr Rood.
The Director of HIIViAIDS pae-
diatrics in the Ministry of Health, Dr
Stanley Read, said that in this region
and compared to other countries in
the world which have a major IIV
problem, the Bahamas is an interna-
tional leader in the development of
and the implementation of clinical
care programmes.

Story
"The clinical care and management
programme has been and is an ongo-
ing success story. One of the key ele-
ments has been the care and treat-
ment of pregnant womin ,wyjh HIV,
which through the treatment of these,
women has prevented transmission


of HIV to babies," said Mr
Reed.
He added: "In recent years the
only babies born in the Bahamas
,with HIV has been born to mothers
who unfortunately we couldn't reach
through our programme, and so did
not receive the treatment that not
only they needed for themselves, but
to prevent the transmission."
President of the AIDS Foundation


of the Bahamas Camille Barnett said
that their major plan is to deal with
children who are orphans as a result
of their mothers dying from AIDS.
She said that some of those children
are living in poor housing and also
have to deal with discrimination.
"One of the options is to establish a
children's home and we are present-
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LOCANEW


Road Traffic Department warns




against illegal use of vehicles


By BAHAMAS
INFORMATION
SERVICES
THE Road Traffic Depart-
ment has advised the public
against the illegal use of unin-
spected and unlicensed
motorised scooters, bikes,
mopeds, go-carts and other
vehicles on public roads.
In a statement issued
Wednesday, January 5, the
Road Traffic Controller also
advised parents against allow-
ing their children to drive
motorised vehicles that are
not designed for use on the
public roads in order to pre-
vent congestion, accidents and
injuries.
The statement also advised
self-drive scooter franchise
holders to desist from the
practice of renting their scoot-
ers to clients without provid-
ing a safety helmet, or face
revocation of their franchise
by the Road Traffic Authori-
ty.

Designed
"It has come to the atten-
tion of the Controller that
many motorised scooters,
bikes, mopeds, go-carts and
other vehicles are being dri-
ven on the public roads ille-
gally, either because they are
not inspected and licensed or
they are not designed to be
used on the public roads.
"The department urges all
members of the public to
immediately desist from this
illegal practice," the statement
said.
The statement noted that
many parents have purchased
motorised bikes and vehicles
as gifts for their children and
have not ensured that they are
)- either designed for use on the
public roads, or if they are,
have not had them insured,
inspected and licensed in
accordance with the law.
Furthermore, the statement
said, all drivers of such
motorised vehicles must be
the holder of a valid driver's
license in accordance with
Section 34 (1) of the Road


"It has come to the attention
of the Controller that many
motorized scooters, bikes,
mopeds, go-carts and other
vehicles are being driven on
the public roads illegally,
either because they are not
inspected and licensed or they
are not designed to be used on
the public roads."

Statement issued by Road Traffic Controller


Traffic Act.
"Moreover, it is further rec-
ommended that parents
ensure that bicycles, motor-
bikes and vehicles that are not
designed for use on the public
roads are not used by their
children on the roads to fur-
ther cause congestion ands
accidents.
"Parents are also advised
that it is unlawful to permit
another person to use a vehi-
cle on the road unless it is duly
registered. Moreover, when-
ever this occurs, a parent, if
convicted, may be fined $200
in accordance with section 3
(1) of the Road Traffic Act.

Toys
"Parents are also advised to
ensure that their children are
wearing protective helmets
and other road safety devices
whenever they are riding a
bicycle or playing with
motorised toys on the public
;roads," the statement said.
'The statement also noted
"that many self-drive motor
scooter franchise holders are
renting their vehicles to clients
without providing a safety hel-
met for the operators, or
advising the operators that rid-
ing a motor bike without a
proper helmet is illegal in the
Bahamas.
"Franchise holders are
advised to desist from this


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practice immediately, as this
action will jeopardise their
franchise and it may be
revoked by the Road Traffic
Authority," the statement
said. "Franchise holders are
also hereby advised to ensure
that helmets are available to
every individual and their pas-
senger renting a self-drive
scooter."
The statement said the
police have been advised of
the problem and are commit-
ted to enforce the law accord-
ingly.

Helmet
"The Department notes
with regret that one person
has already lost his life on our
streets this year. Regrettably,
it was stated that this individ-
ual was not wearing a protec-
tive helmet.
"We urge every driver to
drive carefully and take the
necessary steps to promote the
safety qof other drivers and
pedestrians.' But,, We know
that safety begins',ith eojch"'
person and we urge everyone '
to make their personal safety a
priority this year," the state-
ment said.


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SUB Lieutenant Origin Dele-
veaux (top) and Acting Sub
Lieutenant Tamiko Johnson
(bottom) of the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force have returned
home following completion of
courses in United States military
establishments. The courses were
sponsored through the Interna- "'
tional Military Education Train- ; *''
ing (IMET) scheme, which is .'
provided through the United i
States Embassy.
Sub Lieutenant Deleveaux,
who joined the Defence Force
as a marine recruit in May, 1996, 1
successfully passed out from the
United States Coast Guard ffW .....
Academy, New London, Con-
necticut, following completion *'
of the officers' candidate course. I:
He becomes the latest addi- .
tion to the Defence Force's offi-
cers' corps following 17 weeks
of intensive training at the insti-
tution. Participants were expect- : .
ed to meet stringent standards
while maintaining the highest
possible level of military bear-
ing throughout the training peri-
od. They received instructions in
subjects such as maritime law
enforcement, marine safety, mil-
itary justice, service writing, lead-
ership and management and
much more.
A devout Christian, Deleveaux was selected liaison to the acad-
emy's chaplain office for his class.
Acting Sub Lieutenant Tamiko Johnson, who is a 2002 graduate
of the Britannia Royal Naval College, successfully took part in
the surface warfare officers' course at the United States Naval
Station in Newport, Rhode Island.
The four-month course was designed to expose young officers to
the knowledge and skills necessary to function during their careers
in the naval military environment.
His training included seamanship, ship handling, electromag-
netic interference, pollution abatement, undersea and surface war-
fare, warfare organisation and planning.
Johnson's training also gave him the opportunity to travel to
Boston and Washington DC where he visited the White House, the
Capitol and various museums and monuments.
Both officers are serving in seagoing appointments and are
eagerly looking forward to applying their newly-found knowledge
in this area.
Last year, members of the Defence Force participated in 17
IMET sponsored courses at various military institutions around the
United States.


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Eclipse. DJ Scoobz spinning the best in Old
Skool. Admission $35, all inclusive food and
drink.
Fever @ Bahama Boom. Elizabeth St.
downtown, Fridays. The hottest party in the
Bahamas every Friday night. Admission $10
before midnight. First 50 women get free
champagne. First.50 men get a free Greycliff
cigar. Dress to impress. For VIP reservations
call 356-4612.
Karaoke Music Mondaze @ Topshotters
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including karaoke warm-up drink to get you
started. Party, 8pm-until.
Karaoke Nights @ Fluid Lounge and Night-
club. Begins 10pm every Tuesday. Weekly
winners selected as Vocalist of the Week -
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Admission $10 with one free drink.
Reggae Tuesdays @ Bahama Boom. Cover
charge includes a free Guinness and there
should be lots of prizes and surprises. Admis-
sion: Ladies $10 and Men $15.
Hump Day Happy Hour @' Topshotters
Sports Bar every Wednesday 5pm-Spm.
Free appetizers and numerous drink spe-
cials.
Double Play @ The Zoo on Thursday.
Ladies free before 11pm. Music by DJs Flava,
Clean Cut. along with Mr, Grem and Mr
Excitement. First 50 women get a free
makeover.
Flash Nights @ Club Fluid every Thurs-
day. The ultimate Ladies Night. Join Nas-
sau's and Miami Beach's finest men. Ladies
only before 11.30pm with free champagne.
Guys allowed after 11.30pm with $20 cover
The Pit @ Bahama Boom. every Thursday.
Doors open at 9pm, showtime 11.30pm. Cov-
er charge $15. $10 with lyer.
Twisted BoodahBar & Lounge every Fri-
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and Go Go dancers. Glow sticks for all in West Hill Street is approaching its final
before midnight. Admission: Ladies free The exhibition which ran from July 20
before llpm, $15-after; Guys $20 all night.
It features a cross-section of works by
College Night @ Bahama Boom every Fri- an artists who live abroad. The exhibit
day. Admission: $10 with college ID, $15 acrylic paintings, to woodwork., sculptul
without. These are recent pieces created between
The exhibition is open to the public Ti
Hard Rock Cafe Fridays. DJ Joey Jam pre- The exhibition is open o the public
sents "Off Da Chain" with beer and shot spe- 14 years and under. $1: Seniors and person
cials thru 2am. wings this page)
Dream Saturdays @ the Blue Note Lounge
this Saturday and every Saturday after that. every Sunday, 4pm-midnight @ Patio Grille,
Admission: $15 before 11pm, $20 after. British Colonial Hotel.

Greek Saturdayz @ Bahama Boom, Eliza- Wet Sundays, every Sunday, noon-mid-
beth Ave. Every Saturday the Phi Beta Sigma night @ Crystal Cay Beach. Admission $10,
Frat welcomes greeks, college grads and ladies get in free.
smooth operators. Admission $15 all night,
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Paul Hanna performs at Traveller's Rest,
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,,: The Arts i E
Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn
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of the Bahamas, Villa Doyle, West and West
Hill Streets. The exhibition is part of the
NAGB's Collector's Series. Gallery hours,
Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm. Call 328-5800
to book tours.
The Second National Exhibition @ the
National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, West
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works by Bahamian artists.
NE2 runs through December. Gallery
hours Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm. Admis-
sion $3. Call 328-5800 to book tours.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 2005, PAGE 9


THE TRIBUNE


Amnesty International's opposition to death penalty


KEMP'S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED

Established 1950
P,0. Box N-1222, 22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas
FUNERA SEVC FOR THE LATE


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MRS ROSETTA
RASSIN

of Nassau, The Bahamas will be
held at The Church Of The Most
Holy Trinity, Trinity Way,
Stapledon Gardens, New
Providence on Tuesday, llth
January, 2005 at lO0am.
The Venerable E. Etienne E.
Bowleg PhD, O.B.E., J.P, will
officiate.


Mrs Rosetta Rassin, S.R.N., passed away at 4:30am on Thursday,
Januray 6, 2005.
Mrs Rassin was born in Woolich, Kent, England on March 31,
1909. She was raised in Ipswich, England and received her Nursing
Education in Great Britain and awarded her Nursing License on
June 24th, 1932. She did her postgraduate training at the Norfolk
and Norwich Hospital where she graduated in 1936. She was a
Theatre Staff Nurse at the hospital and later a Theatre Sister at
Plantation Nursing Home. She joined the Princess Mary's Royal
Air Force Nursing Service during World War II to assist with the
wounded in London, England.
Nurse Rassin was an active Operating Theatre Nurse during the
war and met her future husband, Dr Meyer Rassin, while assisting
him during a procedure. They fell in love and married in 1941.
After the war, they moved with their two sons, David and Barry,
to Nassau. They moved three weeks after Barry was born in 1947.
During the early years in Nassau she spent all her time raising her
children and being a housewife for Dr Rassin. The early years
w re a major transition as she would ride a bicycle to the store for
grocenes and deal with the heat of the summer that she was not
used'to. Within a few years she went back to help Dr Rassin with
his clinic on Frederick Street and then in 1955 helped to open their
new Hospital, The Rassin Hospital, and was the Head Nurse from
the opening until 1983 when she retired.
Nurse Rassin was loved by her patients who always felt better
when she visited them, comforted them and showed empathy and
a strength that help them to recover. She was the healing hands of
The Rassin Hospital. She certainly lived up to the reference she
received from Dr N.S. Carruthers, ER.C.S. who said in 1937 that
she "...wilLgo.far in her:profession, partly as the result of her
kindness to all but also as the result of her nursing skill."
Mrs Rassin was predeceased by her husband, Dr Meyer Rassin
and is survived by her son David, who is the Assistant Dean of
Continuing Education and Professor, in the Department of Pediatrics
at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Texas
and her daughter-in-law, Glennda. She is also survived by her son
Barry, who is the CEO of Doctors Hospital Health System and
her daughter-in-law, Esther. She was proud of her six grandchildren,
Pascale, Michele, Anthony, Meya, Keith and Heather and her nine
great grandchildren,Nathaniel and Isabella Pulley; Joshua and
Sophia Rassin; Alex, Parker and Hunter Edwards; Erik and Jaden
Whiting. She is also survived by her sister Augusta House from
Ipswich, England; grandsons-in-law, Jose Gomez, Keith Edwards
and David Whiting; granddaughters-in-law, Michelle Rassin and
Ilsa Rassin.
Instead of flowers, friends who wish, may make a donation to The
Star Of The Bahamas Charity Guide, P.O. Box GT 2175, Nassau,
in Memory of Mrs Rosetta Rassin..
Arrangements by Kemp's Funeral Home Limited, 22 Palmdale
Avenue, Nassau, The Bahamas.


THE death penalty
is the ultimate cruel,
inhuman and degrad-
ing punishment.
It violates the right
to life.
It is irrevocable and
can be inflicted on the
innocent. It has never
been shown to deter
crime more effective-
ly than other punish-
ments.

A LMOST everyone
supports the con-
cept of human rights. How-
ever, the one human rights
issue that splits more peo-
ple than any other is the
death penalty. Many sup-
porters of human rights,
still struggle with the death
penalty as a human right.
Probably no one issue is


more closely identified
with Amnesty Internation-
al, than Amnesty's opposi-
tion to the use of the death
penalty in all cases. Even
though many people
respect the work of
Amnesty International.
They often take exception
with Amnesty's position to
oppose the use of the death
penalty.
As an organisation dedi-
cated to the protection and
promotion of human rights,
Amnesty International
(Al) works for an end to
executions and the aboli-
tion of the death penalty
everywhere.
The progress has been
dramatic. When AI con-
vened.an International
Conference on the Death
Penalty in Stockholm, Swe-
den, in 1977, just 16 coun-
tries had abolished capital
punishment for all crimes.
Today the figure stands at
80.
Each year since 1997 the
United Nations Commis-
sion on Human Rights has
passed a resolution calling
on countries that have not
abolished the death penal-
ty to establish a moratori-
um on executions. The lat-
est resolution, adopted in


April 2004, was co-spon-
sored by 76 UN member
states, one more than in
2003 and the highest num-
ber ever.
AI is currently conduct-
ing a Stop Child Execu-
tions! Campaign, aimed at
ending the use of the death
penalty against child


offenders by the end of
2005. AI is also campaign-
ing to abolish the death
penalty in West Africa,
where only four out of 16
countries have carried out
executions in the past 10
years.
AI issues updated infor-
mation and news of devel-
opments, and maintains a
library of reports on the
death penalty worldwide.
You can find this material
on the A.I. website at
www.amnesty.org
AI is a member ol the ..
World Coalition agains-t
the Death Penalty, a coali-
tion that unites national
and international human
rights organizations, bar
associations, trade unions
and local and regional
authorities in an effort to
rid the world of the death
penalty.
Amnesty International
(AI) was launched by an
English lawyer, Peter
Benenson, in May 1961 by
the publication of an
appeal in The Observer
newspaper in London. The
use of the death penalty
against prisoners of con-
science was referred to in
its first sentence: "Open
your newspaper any day of


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the week and you will find
a report from somewhere
in the world of someone
being imprisoned, tortured
or executed because his
opinions or religion are
unacceptable to his gov-
ernment." Opposition to
the death penalty in the
context of political prison-
ers was part of AI's vision
right from the start.

In time AI's opposi-
tion to the death
penalty broadened to
include anyone sentenced
to death and in 1971 the
International Council
Meeting, AI's decision-
making body, decided to
request the United Nations
and the Council of Europe
to make all possible efforts
to achieve the abolition of
the death penalty through-
out the world. In 1977 AI
convened an international
conference on the death
penalty in Stockholm. In
1989 AI organised a world-
wide campaign against the
death penalty.
AI continues to work for
abolition by regularly mon-
itoring developments, col-
lecting information world-
wide and organising an on-
going program of work
against the death penalty
in cooperation with other
human rights organizations
and governments.
In 2000 AI, together with
the Community of San-
t'Egidio and Sister Helen
Prejean of the Moratorium
2000 project, presented
more than three million
signatures to United
Nations Secretary-General


S Nassau Street.

Cemetery, Nassau Street.


Kofi Annan supporting a
moratorium on the death
penalty with a view to total
abolition worldwide.

Abolitionist and
Retentionist Countries

Over half the countries
in the world have now
abolished the death penal-
ty in law or practice.
Amnesty International's
latest information shows
that:
82 countries have abol-
ished the death penalty for
all crimes
14 countries have abol-
ished the death penalty for
all but exceptional
22 countries can be
considered abolitionist in
practice: They retain the
death penalty in law but
have not carried out any
executions for the past 10
years or more and are
believed to have a policy
or established practice of
not carrying out executions
making a total of 118 coun-
tries which have abolished
the death penalty in law or
practice.
78 other countries and
territories retain and use
the death penalty, but the
number of countries which
actually execute prisoners
in any one year is much
smaller.

To find out more about
Amnesty International,
contact the local office at
327-0807 or visit the
Amnesty website which has
information about human
rights concerns and what
you can do to help.


ELIZABETH
VALERIA BESSIE
KNOWLES

of Dallas, Texas and formerly
of Virginia and Lewis Street
East, will be held on
Saturday 2:30 pm at Christ
Church Cathedral, George
Street. Dean Patrick
Adderley assisted by Fr Dr
Tyrone McKenzie will
officating. Interment will be
made in the Western


Bessie will be lovingly remembered by her children and
their spouses, Andrea and Weston Saunders, John and
Peggy Knowles and Caroline and Mohamed Abdulle of
Dallas, Texas; sisters and brothers, Alma Albury Thompson,
Maud Antoinette Outten, Berthlyn Culmer of Freeport, GB,
Paul and Russell Knowles and Rose Gibson; brothers-in-
law, Naaman Culmer of Freeport, GB and Oval Gibson;
grandchildren, Tinika, Tikeisha, Tikira and Weston Jr
Saunders, Jaynae, Sadae and Zane Knowles and Terria
Strachan of Dallas, Texas; nieces and nephews, Janet
Thompson, S Dianne Miller, Chief Inspector Paul Thompson
of Freeport, GB, Alfred and Alma Alubry, Raymond Darling,
Andrew Knowles fo New York, Rochelle Knowles of
Freeport, GB, Andrea Knowles, Anthony Outten, Gayle
Outen Moncur, Philip and Derek Knowles, Dewit and
Ricardo Culmer, Stephanie Griffin, Paul Jr and Collier
Knowles, Shantell Williams, Lisa Knowles, Elvis Knowles,
Ruthie McPhee, Brenda Kenny, Berthlyn, Dianne, Lynden
and Elroy Knowles, Don Brice, Talva Flowers, Barry
Glowers, Dwight and Dwayne Gibson; numerous
grandnieces and nephews, especially Anika Woodside,
Darlene Thompson, D'Ondre, Devonnia and Danielle Miller,
Shanto Albury and Rayneth Darling; many other relatives
and friends, Sybil Miller and family, Philip Evans and
family, Marguerite Dahl and family, Paul Thomspon (former
Assistand Commissioner of Police), Sir Arlington and Lady
Butler, Deanna and Alfred Marshall and family, Hugo Powel
and family, Wayne Miller, Roger Demeritte, Euryale
McKenzie and family, Rev Dr Tyrone McKenzie, Olga Nash
(godmother), Idris Reid, Mary Davis, Bernice Kelly and
family, Cynthia Archer and family, Stephen Mitchell, Calvin
Brown, Mispah Roberts, Frances Johnson, Betty McIntosh,
Agatha Williams, the Curry and Rahaming families, Vangie
Zervos and family, P Anthony White, the Todd family, Sir
Arlington Butler, Cora Bosfield and family, Sheila Richardson
and family of Houston, Texas, Earl Bostwick and family,
William Evans and family, Susan and family.

Memories will also linger in the hearts of her Texas family,
Mr and Mrs Ben Guptaland family, Cathy Rogers and
family, Peter Dauterman and family, Mr and Mrs Jim
Foreman, Mr and Mrs Scott Steward, Mr and Mrs David
Campbell, Mr and Mrs Ben Maheia and family, Ruby
Asberry and Dorothy Baylor.

May her soul rest in peace. Amen.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers
Morticians on Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and on
Saturday from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm until service time.
There will be no viewing at the church.


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to the protection and
promotion of human rights,
Amnesty International (AI)
works for an end to executions
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Bethel Brothers Morticians
Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026
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Citrus canker discovered


THE Ministry of Agriculture
Fisheries and Local Govern-
ment released a statement last
night to say that citrus canker
has been discovered in a com-
mercial citrus grove on the
island of Abaco.
According to the statement,
the confirmation of the dis-
covery has resulted in the sus-
pension of fresh fruit ship-
ments from that island and the
cessation of activities in the
grove.
The Department of Agricul-
ture is actively preparing for
containment and eradication
of active sites and surveys to
determine the extent of spread.
The citrus grove located in
North Abaco has been aban-
doned by the leaseholder
resulting in the immediate loss
of jobs to farm labourers,
supervisory staff and office.
workers.
Citrus Canker is a virulent
and fatal bacterial disease of


citrus caused by the bacterium
Xanthomonas campestris pv.
citri affecting all varieties of
citrus plants. The disease orig-
inated in Southeast Asia and
has spread to many regions of
the world.
The disease has become
endemic in many citrus pro-
ducing countries an as a result
has limited the sales of fresh
fruit on the world market. The
state of Florida is currently
attempting to contain and
eradicate citrus canker a sev-
eral locations in the state.
Disease lesions affect leaves,
young stems, and fruit.
The disease is not harmful
to humans.
The statement asked that
residents of Abaco and visitors
cease the movement of all
propagative materials and
fruits from the site to limit the
spread of the disease to non-
infected sites on that island and
possibly to other islands.


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P.O. Box CB-12072, Nassau, Bahamas



NEVILLE
EMMANUEL HART,
78

of #300 market street, and
formerly of Rolleville, Exuma, will
Sbe held on Saturday, January
'^ l8th, 2005 at 10:00 am, at Church
of God of Prophecy, East Street.
Officiating will be Bishop Dr
Franklin Ferguson, assisted by
Bishop Hulan Hanna. Interment
will follow in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.

Neville will forever be celebrated in the hearts of his children,
Samuel and Patsy Hart, Wilson and Nathalie Bain, Mark and
Curlean Grant, Felton and Eldora Beneby, Maurice and Annavee
Simms, Dwight and Rowena Moncur, and Karen Hart; grandchildren,
Patuel and Samantha Hart, Dominique and Frank Thurston,
Claudine and Denardo, Wilnaye and D'nealson Bain, Marlean and
Richard Baugh, MKarkell, Mark Jr, and Marcus Grant, Felton Jr,
Felicia and Felicity Beneby, Marisiana and Monaye Simms; great
grandchitdrl ,;'P&Ilel Hart J, Jasmin and Dominique Bain Jr;
sistas. lbrttho!Ys-in-law, Maggie Ferguson, Hermis Pratt,
Randfatt, Joel Pratt. Delmetta'Pratt, Pearl Pratt, Norldlje
and Edna Pratt; adopted sister and-bTother, Christina Moss and
Preston Pratt; nieces and nephews, Everette Wills, Timothy, Willie,
Prince, Arlington, Sherman, Calvin and Louie Hart, Brenda Hart,
Rev Doshaline Hart-Cash, Grace Hart-Caron, Dedrie Hart-Williams,
Angerine Curtis, Maggie Woodside, Gwendolyn Pinder, Winniemae
Rolle, Hugh Taylor, Adrianna Ceggett, Rowena, Mary, Christine
and Jim Strachan, Alfred Taylor, Brenda Hart, Gloria Brown, Doris
Gibson, Paulette Beneby, Henrietta Richardson, Samantha,
Randolph Jr, and Phillip Pratt, Magueritta Pratt-Glass, Stephanie
Deal, Steven, Vivian, Kirk, Jennifer, Elaine, Raymond, Carl, Kenneth
and Jeremy Pratt; godchildren, Mary Moss and Delon Clarke;-
other relatives and friends: Minister and Mrs Salathiel Simmons,
Dr and Mr Glen Beneby, Betty Cox, Clyde Moss, Ruthie Moss-
Russell, the children of Preston and Louis Pratt, Jackson Miller,
Leslie Ingraham, Estelle Hanna and family, Rosie Miller and family,
the Armbrister, Mcphee and Bassey families, Laura Hart, Edna
Cunningham, Bishop Hartman Rolle and family, Minister and Mrs
Nathaniel Beneby Jr, Conrad Knowles and family. Bishop and Mrs
Nathaniel Beneby Sr, Bishop and Mrs Brice H Thompson, Bishop
and Mrs Elgarnet Rahming, Bishop and Mrs Franklyn Ferguson,
Bishop and Mrs Rudolph V Bowe, Bishop and Mrs Hulan Hanna,
Bishop Dr and Mrs Woodley C Thompson, Mr and Mrs Laban and
Dotley Bastian, Mr and Mrs Fulton Bain, Villamae Fowler and
family, Mr and Mrs Deweese Moncur and family Mrs Valderine
Moss and family, Dr Sam Mikhael, Mr and Mrs Fritz Grant and
family, Mr and Mrs Thurston and family, Annie Butler and family,
Felix Walkine, Reubin and Jacqueline Clarke, Maurice Mortimer,
Nora McClain, Joseph and Beatrice Henfield, Bethel Robertson
& Co Ltd, the members of the Church of God of Prophecy, especially
the East Street Church family, and a host of other relatives and
friends.
Viewing will be held in the "Celestial" Suite at Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium, Robinson Road and Solider Road on
Friday from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm and again at the church on
Saturday from 8:45 am until service time.


FROM page one

Frances and Jeanne said in its
November 25 statement: "The
economic loss (to the Bahamas)
is worth more than $550 million,
representing more than 10 per
cent of the country's 2003 GDP."
Housing Minister Shane Gib-
son previously told the House of
Assembly that November's
banking records indicated that
the Disaster Relief and Recovery
Fund had a cash balance of
$3,779,769 that did not include
pledges that would increase the
total by at least $2 million.
The Disaster Relief Fund was


Union talks

reach impasse

By PAUL G.
TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE Bahamas Beverage
and Water Distributors
Union announced that it
will "request the minister of
Labour to supervise a strike
vote against Aquapure"
after an impasse was
reached in their contractual
negotiations yesterday
evening.
Huedley Moss, chief nego-
tiator for the union, said the
union has not ruled out the
possibility of boycotting
Aquapure.
"The contract that we
have with Aquapure calls for
a one to three percent of a
workers' annual salary as
bonus for that year. It never
said zero to three," said Mr
Moss.
According to union offi-
cials, an impasse was
reached during the contrac-
tual negotiations because
even though the union and
Aquapure had reached an
agreement on a one percent
Christmas bonus for the
workers, the company
refused to reinstate the
eleven fired workers.
"They were trying to tell
me that we can have this one
percent and then at a later
date we can discuss the
rehiring issue. I must be
have a rock in my head for
brains. So we turned that
offer down," said Mr Moss.
Gary Stubbs, ojei;of the
ex-employees of Aquiapure,
said that he almost "lost it"
when he received his termi-
nation letter from the com-
pany.
"You could believe that
after 11 years they only gave
me $537? For 11 years? Man
I make more than that in a
week," he said.
At the Trade Union head-
quarters, Mr Moss said that
the only way for an agree-
ment to be reached would
be for the issues of the
Christmas bonuses and the
reinstatement of the work-
ers to be settled at the same
time.
"Until then we are at a
stalemate. And this isn't
helping Aquapure and it
isn't helping the workers.
Both of us are losing and
nobody wins," said Mr Moss.
Officials from Aquapure
refused to comment on the
issue, and as of press time
yesterday no date had been
set for another meeting
between the union and
Aquapure.


NE1MA
initially established in 1992 as a
result of Hurricane Andrew's
devastation and it has been reac-
tivated on several occasions
when natural disasters hit the
country, including Hurricane
Floyd in 1999 and Michelle in
2001. For the first time, however,
in September, the government
decided to appoint a committee
of local and offshore bankers.
Mr Smith said that this devel-
opment has increased the con-
tribution to the fund because it
allows the bankers to prompt
wealthy clients in the Financial
Services Industry for their con-
tributions to relief efforts and it
also paves the road for invest-
ments for any future disasters.
Mr Yves Lourdian, co-chair of
the committee, said it is impor-
tant for the international com-
munity to contribute to the Dis-
aster Relief Fund, and it was
necessary to open doors to inter-
national donations through direct
wire transfers.
Mr Smith said that donors to
the fund can be assured that their
donations are used solely for
emergency relief, repair and
reconstruction and that even if
two financial reports had to be
compiled this year, the public
will soon have a complete
account of all financial transac-
tions.


Taxicab Union

FROM page one
that have plagued the union for more than a year. They include
physical confrontations requiring police assistance, locks being
changed on the building, court cases, and non-communication
between the executives because of a lack of regular meetings.
Ms Johnson did not provide an explanation for the incident
yesterday, but Mr Griffin told The Tribune that at 11am he was
to hear from Mr Burrows of the Ministry, who would explain the
situation.
However, elections were carried on without the ministry's
presence. According to Mr Griffin, a Justice of the Peace, Mr
Thomas Bastian, was overseeing the voting process.
Minister of Labour Vincent Peet told The Tribune that the
reason labour officials were called back was because of dis-
crepancies between the parties about who was actually eligible
to vote, and to avoid "unnecessary litigation".
"The situation is one where the poll was put off to offer
members time to verify the financial members," said Mr Peet.
"No harm can be done by having a short postponement; it will
remove the possibility of unnecessary litigation," he said.
On January 4, union members Daniel Cleare and Rodney
Moncur wrote a letter to the ministry, stating that elections
were about to be carried out co epgng four members who hadt
yet to receive a copy of the list of financial members of the
union.
"Financial members" are members who have paid their dues.
Once they are considered "financial" they can vote, but they
must be up to date 14 days before the poll, according to Mr
Moncur.
"We hereby demand that this poll scheduled for January 6,
2005 be cancelled because of its illegality," said the letter.
It ended: "The Supreme Court is tired of us coming before it
on this same foolish matter of Leon Griffin and Roscoe Weech
(the union's secretary general) attempting illegally to remove
persons as officers of the union. We demand you talk sense to
these men."
All four embattled executives said yesterday that the con-
tinuation of the election process after the absence of the ministry
was "unfair".
Mr Bethel said: "For the past two years (Mr Griffin) has
been running this like it is his own personal business. Taxi dri-
vers are hurting in the business because no one is standing up for
them. Where is the voice of the union? They have none."
Mr Griffin's one-time right-hand-turned-opponent, Cheryl
Ferguson, said yesterday's election is a tactic being used by
Mr Griffin to oust her because he is afraid of her as he knows
she can beat him when official elections come in August.
"Desperate men do desperate things," she said.
The results of the poll, which ended at 4pm, are due to be
announced today, and Minister Peet is due to respond to the
conduct of elections without the presence of his officers.
There are about 300 members of the union, but according to
Ms Ferguson, only about 150 are eligible to vote according to
their financial status in the union.
Minister Peet said it should not take long to determine who
can legally vote, and his officials would be back to conduct
elections soon.


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According to director Carl
Smith, NEMA is responsible for
co-ordinating all of the activities
of all of the agencies involved in
disaster management, including
government agencies and corpo-
rations and non-government
agencies, such as The Bahamas
Red Cross, The Salvation Army,
and Bahamas Air Sea Rescue.
Mr Smith added that NEMA
also works with international
agencies.
Committees trained by
NEMA are also established in
the Family Islands, which are
headed by Family Island admin-
istrators.
There are 29 designated shel-
ters in New Providence; 30 in
Grand Bahama; and 215 on the
Family Islands.
The US Embassy also
announced recently that it is in
the process of establishing a $1.2
million official Emergency Relief
Centre, which should be com-
pleted this year. The new centre
will be responsible for handling
any type of disaster in the coun-
try, including acts of terrorism,
drug trafficking, and aspects of
illegal immigration.
US Charge d'Affaires Robert
Witajewski said his government
is playing "a crucial role" by
offering a series of ongoing con-
tributions to assist the Bahamas
with its strategic planning and
operations for responding to nat-
ural disasters. His government's
contribution matched the


Bahamas government's of
$600,000.
In addition to the completion
of the centre this year, the
Bahamas government also
intends to enact a National Dis-
aster Preparedness and
Response Act.
"A draft is being prepared
now for which will truly legislate
a mandate of disaster respon-
siveness that will give back the
will of the legislative power of
doing the things that we try to
do now," said Perry Christie:


Tsunami
FROM page one
present; we in the Bahamas
have to be careful as well,"
he said.
The minister reiterated that
there is "a very progressive
proposal that was advanced
(prior to the tsunami in Asia)
to the US and other devel-
oped partners." However, he
pointed out that the question
of cost remains.
"Considering the cost in
light of the probabilities being
low, it was placed on the back
burner," said Mr Mitchell.
Concern about tsunamis
has grown following the
unprecedented deadly strike
on South East Asia on
December 26, which killed
approximately 150,000 peo-
ple.
The minister said that the
Caribbean Disaster Response
Agency, (CEDRA) which
has worked with the Bahamas
National Emergency Man-
agement Agency (NEMA)
on several occasions, is now
developing a proposal -as to
how the funding will be dele-
gated among governments,
if it is considered that the
probability of a tsunami strik-
ing the region is worth the
cost.
"It is educated speculation
on my part and one does not
want to handicap the govern-
ment's decision, but based on
public opinion and the fact
that this event has gained
high publicity any govern-
ment in the Caribbean would
be extremely sensitive and
would not knock the idea and
give it some serious thought.
"We're waiting for
; CEDRA to work out the
break down on. what each
nation should do to con-
tribute to the cost. Based on
what the response is from
other countries the Bahamas
would be likely to embrace
such a plan," Mr Mitchell
said.
He said that the most
important aspect would be
the establishment of a public
education plan.
"The tsunami in Asia
showed how dangerous the
lack of public education in
that many of the persons did
the opposite of what they
should have done and headed
to the coast observing
the event as a curiosity
instead of heading in the
opposite direction," said Mr
Mitchell.
The other issue discussed
at the meeting was the
region's response in their
funding and support to the
countries that suffered as a
result of the tsunami.
The Ministry of Foreign
Affairs has been asked to
take the lead in co-ordinat-
ing the national response
from the Bahamas.


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Baha Mar said to be worried

that slow talks may destroy

February 19 deadline to

complete with Phil Ruffin


By NELL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The Baha Mar con-
sortium's $1.2 bil-
lion project to
redevelop the
Cable Beach strip
could be "blown up" if it fails to
rapidly conclude a Heads of
Agreement and deal with the
Government to acquire the
Radisson Cable Beach Resort,
sources close to the negotiations
have told The Tribune.
The sources said the Baha
Mar group of US and European
-investors, which is headed by
Lyford Cay billionaire Dikran
Izmirlian and his investment


banker son, Sarkis, are becom-
ing increasingly concerned
about the looming February 19
deadline to complete the deal
with Phillip Ruffin for his Wyn-
dham Nassau and Crystal
Palace Casino and Nassau
Beach Hotel properties.
Baha Mar has to complete
several steps before that date,
including getting bank financ-
ing in place to reduce its
investors' multi-million dollar
equity exposure, but cannot do
that without securing a purchase
agreement for the Radisson and
Heads of Agreement.
The sources said the consoi -
tium fears that, absent a deal
with the Government, if it can-


not complete the process and
the February 19 deadline
expires, Mr Ruffin a notori-
ously cagey and difficult man
to. negotiate with will walk
away from the purchase and fail
to be enticed back, ending for-
ever hopes of a much-needed
Cable Beach upgrade.
"They don't understand why
they can't close the deal with
the Government and get things
moving forward," one source
said. "If they can't do a deal
with the Government, they
can't do all the next steps to tee
up the closing, and if they can't
tee up the closing it will blow
their deadline with Ruffin."
Baha Mar secured a 120-day
option in the purchase agree-
ment they signed with Mr Ruf-
fin in October, a four-month
time period that was designed
to give the consortium enough
time to close a deal with the
Government.
. However, the sources said the
See RESORT, Page 2B


By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The major international
insurance credit rating agency
believes British Fidelity Assur-
ance "faces some challenges"
from larger competitors in the
Bahamian life and health insur-
ance sector, with its high cost
structure ensuring it has gener-
ated "modest profitability" in
recent years despite growing
premium income.
In reaffirming British Fideli-
ty's B+ (Very Good) financial
strength rating with a stable out-
look, A. M. Best Company said
the rating reflected the compa-
ny's "consistent premium
growth and modest profitabili-
ty".
But it added: "Offsetting
these positive rating factors is
the company's geographic con-
centration of business, its rela-
tively high expense structure,
its real estate exposure in Flori-
da and the Bahamas, and the
challenges British Fidelity faces
to grow its insurance business."
Ricardo Longchallon, the
A.M. Best analyst who rated
British Fidelity Assurance,
described the B+ (Very Good)
rating as "the lowest secure rat-
ing we have".
He added of British Fidelity:
"They are going to have chal-
lenges because Colina will be a
monster when the deal [for


Imperial Life] comes to fruition.
They have issues. They are a
small company and the expense
structure is higher."
However, Mr Longchallon
said British Fidelity might be
able to realise some synergies
from its Trinidadian parent,
CLICO, that could open up oth-
er opportunities for it going for-
ward, "maybe outside the
Bahamas".
In his analysis, Mr Longchal-
lon wrote: "Although premium
income has increased signifi-
cantly in recent years, driven
mainly by its group health and
pension and annuity segments,
operations have been modestly
profitable.
"As a small company, British
Fidelity has a relatively high
expense structure due to its lack
of critical mass, and since more
than 80 per cent of the compa-
ny's total premium income is
generated in the Bahamas,
changes in regulations, eco-
nomic conditions and consoli-
dations in the marketplace can
potentially have a significant
impact on British Fidelity's
operations.
"A. M. Best believes British
Fidelity faces some challenges
to grow its life insurance busi-
ness as it competes against larg-
er and stronger insurers in
mature markets."
See INSURE, Page 2B


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Tribune Business Reporter
Tourism-related investment
projects approaching $3 billion
in value are expected to
emerge in 2005, the m inter
of financial services and invest-
ments, Allyson Mayniard-Gib-r
son, said yesterday. She added
that the groundwork for pro-
jects to come on stream had
been initiated in previous
years.
A number of smaller-scale......
investment opportunities,'-
tourism-based and largely
located in the Family Islands,
are expected to emerge in
2005, with negotiations con-
tinuing with the Government -
before the signing of a Heads
of Agreement moves the pro-
ject forward.
Mrs Maynard-Gibson said
she was happy to note that for-
eign investors seemed to be
buying into the Prime Minis-
ter's vision of an anchor prop-
erty on each Family Island.
She indicated she would be
meeting with the developers.
of a proposed $90 million fi e-
star hotel on Rum (Ca'. British
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January 15, 2005 at the
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Resort (From page 1B)
Izmirlian-led group has again liR
become frustrated with what it
sees as the Government 'drag- i A
going its feet' and a seeming
inability to make a final deci-
sion on approving its investment
project.
The Tribune revealed that a
similar situation almost caused
Baha Mar to walk away last
year, but they were then enticed
back into negotiations with the
Government by the personal
intervention of Prime Minister
Perry Christie. '
However, sources said talks
between the Government and
Baha Mar had again slowed to a
crawl, and there were now only
five to six weeks to complete "1
before the deadline with Mr 1
Ruffin expires.
The Tribune attempted on
Wednesday and again yester- k
day to contact Dr Baltron
Bethel, managing director and .A
deputy chairman of the Hotel _
Corporation, who is understood, "I
to be heading the Government i
team negotiating with Baha
Mar. All,
However, it was told on both
occasions that he was out of
office at meetings and would
not be back in for the day.
Despite leaving a message with
his assistant emphasising the
urgency of the inquiry, The Tri-
bune's call was not returned.
Other observers eyeing devel- movem
opments at Cable Beach also contribh
told The Tribune that talks underst
between the Government and dreds o
Baha Mar seemed to have gone tium wa
quiet. with swa
One said the Government with s
could not keep things "dragging to do th
on and on", adding: "Eventu- on the
ally everyone will get fed up appraise
and walk away. They can't keep reports
on talking." this is s&
The sources close to the being h
negotiations said Baha Mar felt ment wi
there was no appreciation on BI isa
the Government side that "the Baha M,
clock is ticking", adding that the o cond
whole $1.2 billion project could to condi
be "blown up" through lack of absence


Hotels (From page 1B)


ent in the negotiations.
)ugh Baha Mar's equity
.ution to the project is
ood to be in the hun-
f millions, the consor-'
nts to minimise its risk
>me bank financing.
er, any lenders will want
heir own due diligence
project, examining
sals and engineering-
before they commit, and
aid to be a key process
eld up by lack of agree-
ith the Government.
also understood that
[ar has only been able
ict limited due diligence
Radisson, and the
of an agreement is also


delaying the consortium's abili-
ty to ready insurance coverage
for the properties and invest
millions in maintaining the
hotels' operational capabilities
before they are redeveloped.
It would be a surprise if the
Prime Minister allowed the
Cable Beach project to slip
through his grasp, given that he
has personally touted the pro-
ject on several occasions and is
understood to view it has his
legacy to the Bahamian people,
much as Atlantis did for Hubert
Ingraham.
Millions have already been
spent by Baha Mar on its pro-
ject, which it said will inject $450
million in annual gross domestic


product (GDP) into the econo-
my. Phase I of the project will
accommodate 2,500 new or
completely refurbished rooms,
an expanded golf course, a 'Las
Vegas' style casino and 75,000
square feet of convention space.
About 4,700 full-time jobs for
Bahamians would be created
during the first 12 months of
construction, with annual wages
paid to them estimated to total
125 million.
In its first full-year of opera-
tion, the Baha Mar Cable Beach
project would provide direct
employment for an "addition-
al" 4,500 Bahamians, with this
number expected to increase by
50 per cent in its second year.


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starting and completing the


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work. owned Boston-based develop-
Mrs Maynard-Gibson also ment company, on its website
expects to meet with the devel- describes Sunshine Projects and
opers of the $240 million Crab having "made numerous trips
Cay resort to determine what to, the Bahamas, ,establishing a
work has been doneainl o oei- iine of communication with the
ter understand the way forward. .7(Gvernment at the Cabinet lev,
Of more immediate concern el and also aerially surveying
however is the anticipated sign- and visiting a number of islands.
ing of a Heads of Agreement The expected focus is on the
with the Ginn Development outer island sites Cat Island,
Company, and with Grand Long Island, Crooked Island,
Bahama-based Pharmachem Acklins, Mayaguana or Litte
Technologies, with both expect- Inagua".
ed to collectively pour some $2 An I-Group subsidiary
billion into that island and the already operates and owns the
wider economy. Cohasset Harbour Resort, an
An announcement is also upscale 100-room resort in
expected to be made in regard Massachusetts.
to the Mayaguana project by Meanwhile, two other pro-
the I-Group, which proposes a jects slated for Grand Bahama,
resort, residential community in both West End and the east-
and marina, ern section of Freeport, increase
The I-Group, a privately- the amount of investments into


the country to some $2.5 bil-
lion.
Calling it a "bumper year for
investment", not just in terms of
new investments but also. for
those approved last year and
now coming on stream, Mrs
Maynard-Gibson said the Gov-
ernment had approved several
projects for other islands. She
expected to see them come on
stream in 2005 also.
She added that there would
be a significant, positive impact
on South Eleuthera in regard
to a number of projects. She
said there was also continued
significant growth in Abaco,
both in terms of investment
opportunities and infrastruc-
tural improvements, including
Marsh Harbour Airport, elec-
tricity and water.


Insure (From page 1B)


Mr Longchallon said that the
futures of British Fidelity and
other Bahamian life and health
insurance companies depended
greatly "on how the market
pans out" when Colina Insur-
ance Company's acquisition of
Imperial Life Financial is com-
pleted.
The deal's closure hinges on
whether Colina accepts certain
conditions most of which are


BIft Colina srm
Pricing Information As Of:
06 January 2005
1... BIX LISTED & 'TRADED SECURITIES VISITWWW.ISXBAHAMAS.COIWF'OR MORE DATA & INFORMATION
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX! CLOSE 1,040.18 CHO 00.80 %CHGO 00.08 I YTD 171.88 l/YTD% 19.80
52wk-HI 52wk-Low Symbol Previous Close Today's Close Change Dally Vol. EPS S DIv S PIE Yield
149 1 10 Abacc, Ma.lrel" 1 10 1 10 000 0 197 0000 N,1 000 :
8.40 7.25 Bahamas Property Fund 8.00 8.00 0.00 1.328 0.320 6.0 4.00%
6.25 5.75 Bank of Bahamas 5.75 5.75 0.00 0.152 0.330 11.2 5.74%
0.85 0.58 Benchmark 0.85 0.85 0.00 -0.057 0.000 N/M 0.00%
1.97 1.80 Bahamas Waste 1.80 1.80 0.00 0.101 0.080 17.8 4.44%
1.00 0.91 British American Bank 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.007 0.040 13.0 4.17%
7.25 6.21 Cable Bahamas 7.10 7.10 0.00 0.510 0.240 13.9 3.38%
2.20 1.35 Collna Holdings 2.20 2.20 0.00 0.259 0.060 8.5 0.73%
7.17 6.15 Commonwealth Bank 7.10 7.15 0.05 10,000 0.632 0.390 11.3 5.45%
1.50 0.35 Doctor's Hospital 1.50 1.50 0.00 0.228 0.000 6.6 0.00%
4.00 3.13 Famguard 3.96 3.96 0.00 0.406 0.170 9.8 4.29%
9.70 8.00 Finco 9.70 9.70 0.00 0.649 0.480 14.9 4.95%
7.49 6.20 FirstCaribbean 7.49 7.49 0.00 0.513 0.330 14.6 4.41%
8.60 8.00 Focol 8.00 8.00 0.00 0.710 0.500 11.3 6.25%
2.25 1.99 Freeport Concrete 1.99 1.99 0.00 -0.089 0.000 N/M 0.00%
10.38 9.90 ICD Utilities 9.89 9.89 0.00 0.818 0.405 12.1 4.10%
8.25 8.10 J. S. Johnson 8.22 8.22 0.00 0.785 0.550 10.5 6.81%
6.27 4.36 Kerzner International BDRs 5.85 5.87 0.02 0.245 0.000 24.5 0.00%
10.00 10.00 Premier Real Estate 10.00 10.00 0.00 0.694 0.350 14.4 3.50%
;'.''." Fidelity Over-The-Counter Securities
52wk-HI 52wk-Low Symbol Bid $ Ask S Last Price Weekly Vol. EPS S Div $ PIE Yield
13.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 13.00 14.00 16.00 1.328 0.720 10.5 5.14%
10.14 10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref) 10.00 10.35 10.00 0.000 0.800 NM 7.80%
0.60 0.40 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.00 -0.103 0.000 NM 0.00%
4,3= Collna Over-The-Counter Securitles
4300 28 00 ABDAB J 1 00 430:' d1 OO 10 22Y U 4IU 1 4 0 '"'" .
16.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 13.00 14.00 13.00 1.105 0.810 14.6 6.93%
0.60 0.35 RND Holdinas 0.29 0.54 0.35 -0.103 0.00C. N/M 0.00%
:- .: BISX Listed Mutual Funds
52wk-HI 52wk-Low Fund Name NAV YTD% Last 12 Months Div S Yield'.
1 1864 1 0787 Co..:nir, .l.:,ne, M.1-r l F.J.oa 1 Ir. 5"
2.0536 1.8154 Fidelity Bahamas G & I Fund 2.1191"**
10.2148 10.0000 Fidelity Prime Income Fund 10.2648*..*
2.1564 2.0012 Collna MSI Preferred Fund 2.156379*
1.0631 1.0000 Colina Bond Fund 1.063110""
..-"',; FINDEX: CLOSE 420.140 I YTD 12.259% / 2003 -0.5949%
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX 19 Dec 02 = 1,000.00 YIELD last 12 month dividends divided by closing price
62wk-HI Highest closing price In last 52 weeks Bid $ Buying price of Colina and Fidelit
52wk-Low Lowest closing price in last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colina and fidelity
Previous Close Previous day's weighted price for daily volume Last Price Last traded over-the-counter price
Today's Close Current day's weighted price for daily volume Weekly Vol. Trading volume of the prior week
Change Change In closing price from day to dae EPS $ A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
Daily Vol. Number of total shares traded today NAV Net Asset Value
DIV $ Dividends per share paid In the last 12 months NIM Not Meaningful
P/E Closing price divided by the last 12 month earnings FINDEX The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1, 1994 = 100
- AS AT SEP. 30, 2004/ *~ AS AT OCT. 31, 2004
AS AT SEP. 24, 2004/** AS AT DEC. 31, 2004/ AS AT DEC. 31, 2004
H iSX"-r:; TO TRADE CALL: COLINA 242.502-7010 1 FIDELITY 242-386-776A


corporate governance-related -
imposed on it by industry regu-
lators.
The A. M. Best analyst said
much would rest on how the


other industry players, who are
Family Guardian, British Amer-
ican Insurance and Atlantic
Medical, responded to Colina's
string of acquisitions.


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wishes to employ a network administrator
with two or more years experience in
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Other Requirements/Responsibilities:

Ability to learn and support all
in-house database
software applications
Manage PBX
Self-motivated
Excellent interpersonal skills
Flexibility
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THE TRIBUNE FRIDAY, JANUARY 7,2005, PAGE 3B


Minister: private





sector's Bill fears


are


By YOLANDA
DELEVEAUX
Tribune Business Reporter
eslie Miller, minis-
ter of trade and
industry, yesterday
dismissed private
sector concerns
regarding the Unfair Terms in
Consumer Contracts Bill as
"groundless" and accused them
of being "selfish"
He said the Bill was in the
best interests of the Bahamian
public and that criticism emerg-
ing from the private sector was
as a result of its need to look
after their own interests.
Speaking with The Tribune,
an exasperated Mr Miller said
he did not want to waste any
time responding to private sec-
tor's proposals for improving
legislation brought forward to
protect the Bahamian public.
But he added that if any of the
amendments introduced by that
sector were helpful and in line
with the spirit of the Bill, they
would be considered for imple-
mentation.
Earlier this week, a group of
private sector associations, led
by the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce, came together and
urged the Government to con-
sider adopting the UK's Unfair


'It's a Bill
written to
protect
consumers,'
-Leslie Miller

Terms Consumer Contracts
Regulations rather than enact
a Bahamian Bill, arguing that
the Bahamas "does not need
this legislation".
As previously reported, the
group described its "overriding
concern" as the power the pro-
posed legislation granted to the
minister responsible "while
attempting to limit the power
of the courts".
Saying their concerns were
groundless, Mr Miller said his
ministry would not consider
adoption of the UK law. He
said, though, that in drafting of
the legislation, attorneys
extracted clauses from various
jurisdictions, including Britain.
Mr Miller said: "The Act is
adequate and it's comparable
with similar Acts in other
regions, but they want their own


laws."
The Trade Minister said fur-
ther that he would not allow
any special group to dictate
what the laws of the Bahamas
should be, emphasising that the
Bill, along with the Standards
Bill, the Consumer Protection
Bill and other consumer-driven
pieces of legislation recently put
forward were there to protect
the people of the Bahamas.
"I thought in 2005 there
would be a mindset change so
that these people would look
out for the wider Bahamian
community and not a privileged
few. The Bill is in the best inter-
est of the people of the
Bahamas and any view that will
enhance the Bill and support
the welfare of the people we
will look at it and see if it is
worth including. It's a Bill writ-
ten to protect consumers from
unscrupulous businesses and I
hope that they don't fall in that
category," Mr Miller said.
The Unfair Terms oin Con-
sumer Contracts Bill is current-
ly before the Senate awaiting
debate.
Looking forward, Mr Miller
said his ministry is looking at
using the Bill to enhance the
Consumer Protection Bill. They
are also looking at implement-
in2 the Standards Bureau early


GN-148
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY
S PRIME MINISTER
AND
MINISTRY OF NATIONAL
SECURITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

RE: PRESS RELEASE NOTICE THE ROYAL BAHAMAS POLICE
FORCE ANNUAL CHURCH SERVICE AND PARADE ON SUNDAY, 9T
JANUARY. 2005 AT EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH, SHIRLEY
STREET AT 3:00PM
INFORMATION:
The Annual Church Service and Parade involving The Royal Bahamas Police Force including
other Government Agencies will be held on Sunday, 9"h January, 2005 at the Ebenezer Methodist
Church, Shirley Street beginning at 3:00pm.
Officers from the Police Force, Defence Force, Immigration Department and the Prison
Department will assemble at Police Headquarters on East Street at 1:00pm, where they will
march to the church.
After the service at the church, the officers will march back to Police Headquarters, East Street.
INTENTION:
It is the intention o f the Police to control vehicular traffic on and around t he parade and t he
church to ensure the parade move unhindered and that traffic continues to flow freely in the area.
ROUTE TO EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH FROM POLICE HEADQUARTERS:
The parade will leave Police Headquarters at 1:30pm and travel north on East Street to Bay
Street, east on Bay Street to Mackey Street, south on Mackey Street to Shirley Street, west on
Shirley Street to the church.
ROUTE FROM EBENEZER .METHODIST CHURCH BACK TO
POLICE HEADQUARTERS:
The parade will travel east on Shirley Street to East Street, southon East Street to Police
Headquarters.
ROAD CLOSURE:
From 2:00pm until the parade passes East Street, Shirley Street, Bay Street, Mackey Street and
Shirley Street will be closed to vehicular traffic.
From 4:00pm until after the parade passes Shirley Street between Mackey Street and East Street
and East Street between Shirley Street and Goal Alley.
TRAFFIC DIVERSION:
From 2:00pm and 4:00pm until the parade passes, traffic on the streets mentioned below will be
diverted through side streets.
NO PARKING:
From 1:00pm until the parade passes no vehicles will be permitted to park on the following
streets:
EAST STREET BETWEEN POLICE
HEADQUARTERS AND BAY STREET BOTH SIDES

BAY STREET BETWEEN EAST STREET
AND MACKEY STREET BOTH SIDES
MACKEY STREET BETWEEN BAY STREET
AND SHIRLEY STREET BOTH SIDES
SHIRLEY STREET BETWEEN MACKEY
STREET AND CHURCH STREET BOTH SIDES
From 3:00pm until the parade passes no vehicles will be permitted to park on the following
streets:
SHIRLEY STREET BETWEEN MACKEY
STREET AND EAST STREET BOTH SIDES
EAST STREET BETWEEN SHIRLEY STREET
AND GOAL ALLEY BOTH SIDES
PARKING:
Members of the public will be allowed to park in the parking lot of Ebenezer Methodist Church.

Signed: Paul H. Farquharson, QPM.,
Commissioner of Police


in 2005, at an expected cost of
$2 million.
Mr Miller said: "One of the
goals of my ministry is to get
this thing working effectively.
It's going to take some time and
lots of money, but we're going
to try to move with that as much
as we can in the New Year".
Apart from the Chamber of
Commerce, other organizations
involved in the review includ-
ed the Bahamas Employers
Confederation, the Bahamas
Hotel Association, the Insur-
ance Institute of the Bahamas,
the Bahamas Manufacturers
Representatives & Wholesale
Association, the Small Business
Association, the Bahamas Gen-
eral Insurance Association, the
Bahamas Motor Dealers Asso-
ciation and Amnesty Interna-
tional.


BNT WANTS YOUR
CHRISTMAS TREE!
The Bahamas National Trust urges homeowners to bring
their dead Christmas trees to The Retreat on Village Road to
be mulched.
Trees will be accepted at The Retreat from 9am to 4:30pm,
now through January 21. They will be shredded by an
industrial-strength chipper donated to the Trust by the
Rotary Club of East Nassau.
The mulch will be used to good effect in The Retreat Garden, which
will help to reduce the amount of waste deposited in our landfills.


Recycling organic materials for garden use is
straightforward, saves money, and provides
environmental benefits by producing valuable
compost for mulching and soil conditioning.

The Retreat, Village Road
(opposite Queen's College)
bntobatelnet.bs
393-1317


citigroup
private bank
Cititrust (Bahamas) Limited, a subsidiary of Citigroup, a leading financial institution with a
presence in over 100 countries and over 100 million customers worldwide, is seeking candidates
for the following Technology positions:

Infrastructure Quality Assurance Manager


Responsibilities include:

Ensure system changes are processed in a timely manner while ensuring the change
request meets Citigroup's Change Management Policy.
Ensure that version control of software releases are tightly managed and maintained.
Keen attention to detail with regards to oversight of problem management system ensuring
a proper balance between meeting the needs of the users and availability of technical
resources.
SPrduce ad-hoc reports in support of management request and participate in audits;
Completion of Technology Self-Assessment Forms and Procedures. -
Excellent communication skills are required to keep all stakeholders informed.
Provide back-up support for information security administrator function.

Requirements include:

Experience with change management systems and software management systems.
Experience in managing problem management system.
Ability to multi-task in a time sensitive work environment supporting various application
and infrastructure changes.
Demonstrate leadership, creative and analytical problem solving skills.
Knowledge of WIN2000 Administration, MS Office applications, LAN/WAN systems.

Qualifications required:

A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in an Information Technology discipline with 2 to 4 years
experience. Certified information technology professionals with 4 or more years experience
will also be considered.

Salary will be based upon qualifications and experience.

InfrastructureNetwork Support Administrator

Responsibilities include:

Provide expert support for server management and LAN/WAN environment.
Ability to analyze hardware performance, including servers, routers and switches, and
where necessary provide recommendations and improvements to configurations
to achieve operating efficiencies.
Ability to operate within corporate guidelines and ensure that the required processes and
policies are adhered to.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate leadership skills, creative and analytical problem
solving skills, and ability to think and conceptualize independently.
Must work effectively in a dynamic multi-tasking environment where fast changing
priorities are common.
Provide support and administration of the PBX system.
Provide support for desktop issues, resolutions and escalations.

Requirements include:

Experience in Networking, LAN, WAN, TCP/IP, System Administration for Windows
2000, MS Office Applications, SQL Server, Oracle, Exchange, Citrix, CISCO Routers.
and Switches.
Ability to multi-task in a time sensitive work environment supporting various application
and infrastructure changes.
Effective written verbal and interpersonal communication skills a must.

Qualifications required:

A Bachelor's degree in an Information Technology discipline with 2 to 4 years experience.
Certified information technology professionals with 4 or more years experience will also be
considered.

Salary will be based upon qualifications and experience.

Interested candidates should forward a copy of their resume to:

Technology Unit Head
GWS/Bahamas Technology
Cititrust (Bahamas) Limited
P.O. Box N-1576
Nassau, Bahamas
Fax: (242) 302-8732 or
email: rhonda.chase(@citigroup.com

Deadline for receipt of r6um6s is Friday, January 21,2005.


'groundless'


FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 2005, PAGE 3B


THE TRIBUNE


A



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ANSBACHER
ANSBACHER (BAHAMAS) LIMITED

Ansbacher in the Bahamas invites applications from
qualified individuals for:

INVESTMENT SERVICES MANAGER

Salary + Banking benefits + Performance Based
Incentive Scheme

Suitable candidates will have managed, acquired
and advised investment portfolios for at least 5
years. Core competencies will be the management
of a diverse range of investment portfolios, a strong
knowledge of diverse investment products and the
ability to generate new investment/ banking accounts
utilizing Ansbacher's established global distribution
network.

The degree individual will benefit from a
background in economics or finance and a CFA/
MBA will be advantageous. Excellent
communication skills, analytical skills and team
commitment are required.

Contact:

Human Resource Manager,
Ansbacher (Bahamas) Limited,
P.O.Box N-7768,
Nassau, Bahamas.
Fax: 325-0524


In The Supreme Court
Equity Action No. 31 of 2002
The Petition of Bishop Hosea Cox

NOTICE ;

The Petition of Bishop Hosea Cox of the
Southern District of the Island of New Providence
in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in respect of:-

ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land containing by
survey 12.64 acres situate in the area of Malcom
Road and about 200 feet westward of East Street
South in the Southern District of the Island of New
Providence which said piece parcel or lot of land is
part of Malcom Allotments and is bounded
Northwardly by a Public Road known as Malcom
Road and running thereon 586.04 feet Southwardly
by Domingo Heights West Subdivision and running
thereon Jointly 293.56 feet and North and 194.02
feet Eastwardly partly by various parcels of land
owned by several persons and running thereon jointly
149.01 feet, 83 feet, 420 feet, 82.45 feet, 44 feet,
50.25 feet, 23.24 feet, 44 feet, 60 feet and 140 feet
and Westwardly partly by Golden Gates Subdivision
No. 1 and running thereon 208.32 feet, partly by
Gamble Tract Subdivision and running thereon 928.99
feet save and except a roadway known as Cox Way
or Summit Road running through the said piece
parcel or lot of land which said piece parcel or lot
of land is more particularly described on the plan
filed in this action in the Supreme Court and is
thereon bordered in Pink.

The Petitioner, Bishop Hosea Cox, claims to
be owner of the fee simple estate in possession of
the piece parcel or lot of land herein before described
and the Petitioner has made application to the
Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act,
1959, to have his title to the said land investigated.
Copies of the filed plan may be inspected during
normal working hours at:-

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court,
Second Floor, Ansbacher House, Eatst
Street, Nassau, Bahamas.

(b) The Chambers Bowleg McKenzie
Associates Marathon Road, opposite the
Marathon Mall Nassau, N.P., Bahamas.

Notice is hereby given that any person having


dower or right to dower or any adverse claim not
recognized in the Petition shall before the 2nd day
of February, A.D. 2005 file in the Registry of the
Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner or the
undersigned a statement of such claim. Failure of
any such person to file and serve a statement of such
claim on or before the 2nd day of February, A.D.
2005, will operate as a bar to such claim.

BOWLEG McKENZIE ASSOCIATES
Chambers, Marathon Road
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
ATTORNEYS FOR THE PETITIONER


Colina retains





A- (Excellent)





A.M. Best score


By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
A .M. Best, the
international
insurance cred-
it rating agency,
has confirmed
its A- (Excellent)'financial
strength indicator and stable
outlook for Colina Insurance
Company, despite expressing
reservations about "the level of
financial leverage" at its parent
and majority shareholder.
In his analysis, A.M. Best
analyst Ricardo Longchallon
said the rating, which accounted
for Colina's pending acquisition
of Imperial Life, reflected the
company's position as the
Bahamas' largest life and health
insurance company.
Although Colina still has to
accept the conditions imposed
on it by regulators in regard to
the Imperial Life purchase, the
deal will, according to the com-
pany's own estimates, give it a
49 per cent share of the com-
bined life and health insurance
market, and a 70 per cent share
of the ordinary life market.
Mr Longchallon said that oth-
er factors influencing Colina
Insurance Company's rating


were its "conservative reserv-
ing practices" and role within
the Colina Financial Group.
He added: "Offsetting these
strengths is the mature nature of
the Bahamas life and health
market, integration challenges
associated with proposed acqui-
sitions and the level of finan-
cial leverage at Colina Finan-
cial Group......
"Colina Financial Group con-
tinues to seek opportunities to
develop new geographic mar-
kets while identifying prospec-
tive acquisitions to expand its
distributive capacity and
improve economies of scale."
Mr Longchallon said Colina
Insurance Company would
finance its Imperial Life pur-
chase, reckoned to be worth
between $20-$24 million,
through increasing "its absolute
level" of capital, indicating that
it will embark on an ordinary
or preference share offering.
He added: "While A.M. Best
believes that Colina faces ongo-
ing integration challenges asso-
ciated with its acquisitions, these
challenges are somewhat miti-
gated by Colina's previous track
record of successfully integrat-
ing the recent acquisitions of
Global Life and Canada Life."


PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL'
The Public is hereby advised that I, LOUIS DORAMA of All Saints
Road, South Beach, New Providence, Bahamas, intend to change
my name to WILLIE LOUIS DORAMA RAHMING If there are ahy
Sbjction.tis.hange,of nameby Deed .oil, yq ay write
such objections to the Chief Passport Officer, RP.QBx. N-742,
Nassau, Bahamas, no later than thirty (30) days after the date of
publication of this notice.




NOTICE

In the Estate of PAULINE MAJOR late of
2100 Boulevard Levesque East, Apartment
PHC17, Laval, Province of Quebec in
Canada, deceased.

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands against the above Estate
are required to send written notification of the
same to FirstCaribbean International Bank
(Bahamas) Limited, Shirley Street Branch, P.O.
Box N-7125, Nassau, The Bahamas for the
attention of the Corporate Manager Assistant on
or before the 8th day of March, 2005.

HARRY B. SANDS, LOBOSKY &
COMPANY
Attorneys for the Estate
CHAMBERS
Shirley House
Fifty Shirley Street
Nassau, Bahamas.




jl THIS JOB AT

Ordastra Gardens
COULD BE


YOURS!

Ardastra Gardens is looking for an energetic, reliable,
people-oriented candidate to fill our TOUR
REPRESENTATIVE position on the Prince George
Dock. This position is part-time, requires flexible hours
and owning your own transportation is a must. Interest
in working with small, manageable animals and basic
computer knowledge is desirable but not necessary.
Salary is negotiable and based on experience.

Please send your application to
t he attention of the Curator, Ms.
Robyn Howard at RO.Box N-4882
or deliver it to the admissions gate
at Ardastra Gardens.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
L A AAA A


Jimmy Campbell, Colina Insurance's president


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that VEDITA BIPAT, P.O.BOX EE-
17417, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 31st day of DECEMBER,' 2004 to the Mlihiter'
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, RO.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.


Notice
LEGAL NOTICE
International Business Companies Act (No. 45 of 2000)

RVS MANAGEMENT INC.
(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
137 (4) of the International Business Companies Act
(No. 45 of 2000), RVS MANAGEMENT INC. is in
Dissolution.

The date of commencement of dissolution is 30th day
of November, 2004.

Victor J. Rodriguez
Rio Branco 1358/1201,
Montevideo, Uruguay
Liquidator


VACANCY FOR A SENIOR ECONOMIST

RESPONSIBILITIES
The Senior Economist will be expected to lead a team of
experienced research officers, economists and statisticians,
providing technical oversight in the following key areas:

Preparation of economic reports and analysis for publication
Formulation of monetary and fiscal policy recommendations
Implementation of research projects and economic surveys
Development and review of statistical systems and
methodologies
The position also has important administrative responsibilities.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

A Master's Degree in Economics or related discipline with
a proven track record in economic research
Expert Knowledge of the structure and policy issues for
Caribbean economies
At least 5 years experience, including three at the supervisory
level, in an economic policy environment, including central
banks, finance ministries, or multilateral agencies
Methodological experience with the complication of economic
and financial statistics

HOW TO APPLY
Qualified Applicants should submit their curriculum vitae and
references to:

The Manager, Human Resources Department
P.O.Box N 3207, DA # 13424
The Tribune
The deadline for applications is January 14, 2005


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Airline set to start flight


from Florida to


Gulfstream International Air-
lines, Continental Airlines'
regional affiliate, is expanding
its services linking the Bahamas
and south Florida from Febru-
ary 17 with four weekly
roundtrip flights between Fort
Lauderdale and Andros Town.
Apart from the new Andros


service, which will be the only
scheduled flight between that
island and the US mainland,
Gulfstream is also expanding its
Continental Connection flights
to other Family Islands.
The carrier is set to offer dai-
ly service between Fort Laud-
erdale and Georgetown in Exu-


ma and Governors Harbour in
Eleuthera, up from four flights a
week during the 2003 winter
season.
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lines will also increase its ser-
vices linking Fort Lauderdale
with Marsh Harbour, North
Eleuthera and Treasure Cay.


Flights will be. operated by a
combination of 19-seat Beech
1900 and 30-seat EMB-120 air-
craft.
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service, Gulfstream Interna-
tional Airlines will offer flights
to nine Bahamian destinations
from Florida, which it says are


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It already offers non-stop ser- mainland and Andros.
vices from Miami and West "This provides Continen
Palm Beach. global customers with co
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of tourism, said: "Continental extension, opens up brand
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Assistant Manager


Mr. Pretzels Family Entertainment Centre seeks
Assistant Manager with responsibility for Food &
Beverage. Supervisory experience with food franchise
required. Fax resume & application to 364-2470 or
leave at Mr. Pretzels at The Mall At Marathon.


PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, DANNY MARVIN GIBSON
of No. 34 Douglas Road, Gambler Village, intend to change
my to MARVIN DANNY GIBSON. If there are any objections
to this change of name by Deed Poll, you may write such
objections to the Chief Passport Officer, P.O.Box N-792,
Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days after the date
of publication of this notice.


MANAGEMENT TRAINEE
POSITIONS

Bahamas Supermarkets Limited, operators of City
Markets, Nassau has openings for the position of
Management Trainee.

The successful applicant will have at least 2 years experience
in retail management and 2 years experience in
merchandising, buying or marketing. The applicant will
have strong inter-personal skills, is a self-motivator and has
effective supervisory skills. The completion of secondary
school with a minimum of 3 BGCSE and some computer
literacy is required. The position requires the ability to work
a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays.

Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience
and qualifications.

Please send a covering letter and resume together with
references from past employers, a picture and police
background check to the Human Resources Manager, P.O.
Box N-3738, Nassau, Bahamas.

No Phone Calls Please

Only qualified applicants will be contacted.


LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE

DUNE-PENDOM LTD.
(In Voluntary Liquidation)
Notice is hereby given that the above-named Company
is in dissolution, which commenced on the 5th day of January,
2005. The Liquidators are Cordelia Fernander and Ingrid
Davis of P.O. Box N-7757, Nassau, Bahamas.



Cordelia Fernander
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frdastra Gardens
requires


PART-TIME

CASHIER

Duties include monitoring the front
gate, running the snack bar and also
the gift shop.

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(NO phone calls)
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Curator

P.O.Box N-4882
Nassau, Bahamas
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Teekay pays dividend

Teekay Shipping, the Nassau-based operator of the world's
largest medium-sized tanker fleet, yesterday announced its
Board of Directors had voted to declare dividends of $0.1375 per
share, payable on January 28,2005, to all shareholders of record
as at January 14,2005.
The company has a fleet of more than 150 tankers, offices in
14 countries and about 5,500 seagoing and shore-based employ-
ees.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that RAJSRI DEVI BIPAT, P.O.BOX
EE -17417, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 31st day of DECEMBER, 2004 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, PO.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2004
IN THE SUPREME COURT No.00357
Equity Side

IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Tiles Act 1959
Chapter 393 Statute Law of the Commonwealth
of The Bahamas

AND

IN THE MATTER of the Petition of GLENDA
J. JOHNSON

NOTICE OF PETITION


The Petition of GLENDA J. JOHNSON of the
Settlement of James Cistern on the Island of Eleuthera
one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas.

ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land situate in the
Island of Eleuthera one of the Islands of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas measured and
bounded as follows Northeastwardly by a Ten (10)
feet wide road reservation running for 90 feet
Southeastwardly by land the property of Israel Johnson
running for Eighty (80) feet Southwestwardly by
land the property of Israel Johnson running for Ninety
(90) feet and Northwestwardly by land the property
of Taylor Tanis running for Eighty (80) feet which
said piece parcel or lot of land has such position
shape boundaries and dimensions as are shown on
the survey plan prepared by Stafford D. Coakley a
registered surveyor dated November 2000 and is
delineate on the part thereof which is shaded pink.

The Petitioner in this matter claim to be the owner in fee
simple of the said lot of land and has made application
to the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas under Section Three (3) of the Quieting Titles
Act 1959 to have her title of the said lot investigated and
the nature and extent thereof determined and declared
in a Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court in
accordance with the provisions of the said Act.

Copies of the filed plan may be inspected during normal
working hours at;

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court, Ansbacher
Building, East Street, Nassau, Bahamas.

(b) The Chambers of Cedric L. Parker & Co., Kings
Court, Bay Street, Nassau, Bahamas

Notice is hereby given that any person having dower or
right o dower or an adverse claim or claims not recognized
in the Petition shall on or before the 15th day of March,
A,D., 2005 file Notice in the Supreme Court in the City
of Nassau in the Island of New Providence aforesaid and
serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned a statement of
his or her claim in the prescribed form verified by an
affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such person
to file and serve a statement of his or her own claim on
or before the 15th day of March, A.D., 2005 will operate
as a bar to-such claim.

Dated this 23rd day of December, 2004

CEDRIC L. PARKER & CO.
Attorneys for the Petitioner


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* By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
LOCAL boxer Taureano
Johnson says determination
and heart has placed him on
the road of success and that
he is ready to take on the
world.
Johnson, who is currently
training in Cuba at the
Edguardo National Stadium,
believes that, if he had the
heart he has now, the
Bahamas would have been
welcoming a second gold
medal from the Olympic
games, this time in the sport of
boxing.
Judges
At the Olympic games pre-
qualifying trails, Johnson
claimed a bronze medal, but it
wasn't enough to qualify him
for the games. In the last
chance meet he fought his way
into second place, but still had
to wait on the international
judges' decision for a shot at
being one of the wild cards.
"I was ready but not as
ready as I am now, I didn't
have the heart and determi-
nation I have now," said John-
son, who fights in the welter
weight division.
"If I had what I have now, I
would have been sorry for my
opponents. It is all about
determination and heart, these
two things take you along
way."
While in CuUa, Johnson
perfected the art of fighting
with both hands, a skill which


can be used as a leverage over
most of his opponents.
He brags about sparring
with several top notch boxers
while in Cuba, saying the
fights with them has prepared
him to take on anyone.
"The training is similar to
last year's training, intense,
but it has slowed down a bit, I
am used to it now," Johnson
added.
"I was able to spar with
some of the best boxers in the
world, I sparred with the for-
mer Cuban champion, the
Russian champion and the
number one German senior
boxer. I was also given an
opportunity to fight with some
of the elite junior boxers in
Cuba.
"I dominated every fight
they lined me up for, my
coaches were amazed to see
me fight the way I did against
them,"
Johnson finished up the
year in Cuba with a 7-0 win-
loss record, his career win-loss
record is 120-10.
According to Johnson,
patience is the shoe that will
take any boxer into the door;
Learning that he was no
longer an unorthodox boxer
helped with his progression.
A confident Johnson
believes his ability to attack
his opponents with both hands
will boost his performances in
the upcoming Commonwealth
Games, World Championships
and pre-qualifying tourna-
ments.
"Last year I sat out a scale
for things I really wanted to
accomplish, I believe I did just
that at a certain degree. I


fought in all of the games ,E
wanted to fight in, but my
main goal was the Olympic
games. "I wanted to qualify
for the games, given that I did"
all right at the Commonwealth
Games I did my best, I
medalled so that was little
brighter for me.
"Now I know I have anoth-
er opportunity I am going to
train extra hard, in season and
out of season. I am going to
push my body to a limit were,
as I can see not only the final,'
results but the inner results.
Scholarship
This is Johnson's fifth"
month in Cuba, he is the first'
Bahamian to secure a boxer,,
scholarship in Cuba, a silver
medallist at the Common-.
wealth games and the most
outstanding boxer at the
Carifta games, where he
secured a gold medal.
As reflects on his training.
in the Bahamas, Johnson said'.
that if he was able to grant
every Bahamian boxer a wish, '
he would send them to train in'
places such as Cuba.
For him, the training has
turned him into a mature box--'
er, a dream he wants for fel-
low boxers.
"Comparing Cuba with the
Bahamas not to degrade the'
Bahamas but a lot of inter-'
national boxers come to train.
This gave me the opportunity '
to fight and train with persons
who have achieved on the"
international scene and helped
me to improve."
Johnson leaves for training
in Cuba on Friday 14th, Janu-
ary.


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MIAMI HERALD SPORTS


WITH Mark Knowles concen-
trating on the pro circuit and
Mark Merklein officially retired,
the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Asso-
ciation has decided to go with
youth for the first round of the
American Zone One Davis Cup
Tie.
Association president Mary
Shelley confirmed on Thursday
that they were able to ratify a
team to travel to the Netherlands
Antilles from March 4-6 that will
comprise of the top four per-
formers at the trials held last
month.
Heading the list is Grand
Bahamian Devin Mullings, a
sophomore at Ohio State. He will
,be followed by Marvin Rolle, a
sophomore at Texas A&M.
The other two players named
to the squad are Ryan Sweeting,
who is enrolled at a tennis acade-
my in Florida and H'Cone
Thompson, who is currently play-
ing satellite tournaments.

Alternative
In the event that any o the
players will be ineligible to travel,
the BLTA has announced that
Bjorn Munroe, who was exempt-
ed from the trials, and Chris
Eldon, who was injured during
the first match in the trials, will be
the two alternates.
Once again, the team will be
captained by John Farriitgton.
While it lacks the veteran lead-
Sership from Knowles and
Merklein, Shelley said they have a
solid core of youngsters, who rep-
resent the future the sport in the
association's bid to climb back
into zone one.
"I think it's a good team. I think
we're building the eam and
there's a lot of yoi ig kids in
there, so I'm really excited about
this team," she stressed.
The Bahamas will start the trek
towards either playing to stay in
zone II or climb back into zone
' one for next year.
Shelley said this team certainly
have a chance to advance.
"It's a young team, it's an inex-
perienced team, but John Far-
rington feels that we have a good


chance." she noted. "I '%ouldn'i
go out and saN that %e can do it,
but I feel \%e have a chance.
"The Netherlands Antilles has
one strong player and the others
have not. So we feel we can be
able to go over there and com-
pete very well with them."
There's been a call from the
public over the last couple of
years for the BLTA to concen-
trate on sending the young guns
now that we have to start all over
to get back into zone one.
Even though Shelley doesn't'
think that we should forget
Knowles all together, she feel that
there's no reason why the focus
can't be placed on the younger
players.
"It's good that we don't have
to continue to depend on the two
Marks, but instead, we can put
this young team together and we
can give them the experience and
build on that," she stated.
"We can build on them because
I feel we have some very good
guys to rely on and coming right
behind them, we have some more
good young players to watch.
"But I don't want to go on
record saying that it's long over-
due. I do want to go on record
and say that we are excited about
this young team. Somewhere
down the road we might have to
rely on Mark Knowles to keep us
in the zone or take us back to
zone one."
It all depends, according to
Shelley, on how well these young
players perform when they travel
to the Netherlands in March.
She's keeping her fingers
crossed that they will prevail.
If they do, the Bahamas will at
least be guaranteed a berth in
zone II and will also have a
chance to go on to play the winner
of the second round between
Colombia against Brazil.
The second round is set for July
15-17 at a site to be determined.
If the Bahamas loses next
month, they will have to play the
loser of Colombia and Brazil in
the playoff round to see who
remains in zone li and who is rel-
egated to group III for 2006.
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of The Tribune, the players will
give their outlook on the tie.


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TRIB #462
Donzi 1990,
Twin 225 Horsepower, Evinrude Ram
Ficht 2000, 215 hrs
cabin, VHF, GPS, fish finder,
outriggers, 295 gallon fuel tank,
very good condition.
Asking $38,000.
Telephone 327-3498.


BBF #224
Jack Russell Puppies, 4 months,
$250, Call: 302-3943


BBF #237
Dependable Tyre Repair,
Windsor Place off Soldier Rd. All tyres All sizes
$25; New years Sale, This does not include low
profile and New tyres Low Pro 205/50/15 $35, 205-
40/17 $60, 225/40/18 $70 535-1217"
393- 4336


TRIB #423
2000 SUNFIRE
Red/grey interior 2 door,
Power everything, very good cond.
$9,000.00
Tel: 457-2290


BBF #252
1992 Mercedes Benz 190E 2.6,
Navy blue, Ithr interior, A/C, Pwr windows/locks,
6-CD changer, new paint job, runs well,
$5,000 as is,
Call: 457-1864


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Fisherman, with 2001 Yamaha 200 HP Motor,
sound system, In dash GPS, VHF, 70 gallon
fuel tank, trailer, assortment of extras, beauti-
ful boat, must seell $25,000 O.N.O, Call:
324-6696 or 359-3125


TRIB #427
FORD EXPLORER
AC, PW/Windows, alarm.
Great running condition. Requires minor body
work $5,000.00
Call: 393-1128


BBF #234 2002 Cadillac Seville STS
Black, leather interior, wood grain, excel-
lent condition, like new, 6 disc CD
Changer, A/C, fully loaded, must see!!
$30,000 ONO
323-2578, 557-0315, or 323-7069


BBF #235 1995 Mercedes Benz C280,
gray, excellent condition, fully loaded,
$12,000, Call: 395-9080


TRIB #446
1999 KIA SPORTAGE
Purple with grey interior
$5000.00 or o.n.o.
CD player, AC, good running
condition Tel: 341-7094 Cell: 434-8822


BBF #220 Quarry Mission Road.,
Off Nassau St., 6 units consisting of 5 efficiencies, 1
shop space 35*20 and 1 small storage room and wash
house. $200,000. Call: 323-4020 or 326-7037


BBF #221 1997 Acura 2.2 CL
Black, A/C, Pwr everything, sunroof, s-shift,
CD, $6000, Call: 323-6892 ask for Mitch


oUr oJzo
1998 Toyota Tercel,
must sell, owner moving, CD, A/C, RHD,
Ex. Condition, $5,500 ONO,
Call: 356-8425 or 436-2289


BBF #254
1998 Ford Expedition,
white, tan leather, CD changer, perfect
condition, regularly maintained, expatri-
ate owned, clear title, 31K miles,
$16,900, Call: 394-9506


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BBF #238
Bahamas Movie
Factory DVD XXX
movies
$8.00 Passa
Passa Dance Hall
DVD,s
Haitian Porn and
Haitian Movie
$4.99,
Creole DVD
Haitian in Action
535-1217 or ^
393- 4336


BBF #226
2001 Nissan Sentra SE,
A/C, auto, pwr windows, 6 disc CD changer,
$9,500 O.B.O, Call: 356-3065 or 359-3819


BBF #255
1993 Honda Civic DX,
4-dr, sunroof, A/C, s-shift, runs like a
dream, $2,500 firm, Call: 324-8444


TRIB #412
2 JET SKIS 1995
High performance, 110hp, immaculate
condition, with second ski for parts only.
2 trailers, extra parts, telescoping paddle,
life vest, cover included. Sacrifice $3,200.00
Call: 422- 4027 or 328-2487


BBF #239
All CD,s $4.99,
Gospel/Inspirational, Culture, Reggae,
R&B, Oldies, Pop, Classical,
Call: 535-1217 393- 4336


BBF #227
1996 Ford Taurus,
Black, A/C, good condition,
$4,500,
Call: 392-6795 or 422-1566


2001 Honda Civic EX,
A/C,,CD,.18%. rims,.excellent condition, $11,000,
alb 4-AG37p 4, .05 ,.


TRIB #429
1998 DAEWOO CIELO GREY/Blue
with grey/blue interior. Owner leaving
Asking $3,000.00 o.b.o. Excellent
running condition licensed and
inspected until Sept. New battery
Call: 322-7954


BBF #257
1996 Nissan Bluebird Legrand,
standard shift, CD, A/C, good condition, price
reduced for quick sale, $3,500,
Call: 454-1264













TRIB #445
GENISYS SCAN TOOL
(can be updated via the inter net)
$3,000.00 O.N.O.
CPell: 477-7563 or 341-8851,
$3,000.00C / -* 0. N.0.'' -


TRIB #434
FURNITURE FOR SALE
Italian made 6 place setting formal dining room
set (like new)) $1500.00 o.n.o.
Peach lamps $100.00 for the set o.n.o.
Recliner (like new) $250.00 o.n.o.
Call: 356-0775 9:am to 5:pm


TRIB #430
1997 INTREPID 339:
This popular 339 Walk-around
carries on the Rich Legacy shared by all
Intrepids,
Hand-laid Knitted Uni and Multi-directional
Fiberglass Laminates, Foam-cored
Hullsides, Transoms, Deck Liners and
Wood-free construction.
This boat is Immaculate and is powered by
Low Hours Twin 1997 Fuel Injected
Yamaha's 225, Cruise 40kts, Options
include Shore Power, Standup Cabin,
Shower, Electric Head, Double Berth
Forward, Chart Plotter, Fish Finder, Radar,
XM Stereo, Live Well, Etc.
Priced to Sell Quickly $90,000
Ph: 327-1270
Kingsley Edgecombe


TRIB #443 -
COMPUTER FOR SALE
Desktop: 2.66Ghz processor,
512M DDR, 80GB hard drive,
16X DVD/48X CD-RW, 17"
CRT monitor, Includes Office
2003 Professional.
Price $1050
Toshiba Laptop: 1.4 Ghz
processor, 15" Screen,256mb
RAM, 40 GB hard drive, DVD-
ROM / CD-RW 24x, 64MB
video, 56k modem and 10/100
Ethernet, Battery up to 3.5 hrs
life. Comes with Office 2003
Professional Price $1275
FREE USB Flash Drive with
purchase.
Call 544-2335


BBF #256
2000 Pontiac Sunfire, silver,
A/C, CD, pwr everything, excellent condition,
$1 2,500 ONO,
Caflr4l774240 aF 341-4633 (H)


2003 Nissan X Trail, i
Teal, black with tan trim interior, mint condition,
must sell owner leaving island, like new
limited mileage, CD player, Tape deck,
Call for pric 325,170,4; 323P1 ~3/Mr. Sawyer


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BBF #215
1995 BMW 320i Metallic Green,
A/C, perfect condition, RHD, pwr
everything, $11,000, Call: 394-0600
or 535-4651


TRIB #433 1995 NISSAN ALTIMA
Black with grey interior $3,800 obo
Extra clean power windows, doors sun
roof, CD, player standard shift
Everything works. New tint job
Licence until Aug, 2005. Tel 356-0013.


BBF #216,
1997 Toyota, black,
7 passenger diesel van, 78k km- or
45 k miles, excellent condition, cheap trans-
portation, CD.efianger, garage kept, $12,000,
Call: 362-4807


B #444


2002 FORD EXPEDITION
Gold with tan leather seats.
CD player, sound system, alarm, cold
low mileage, excellent condition.
$13,000.00
Tel: 525-5255


AC,


THItI #4U3
SILVER BLUE MERCEDES
500 SEC Coupe in excellent condition
Tel: 356-6920 Cell: 477-1579/
362-4022


18" Chrome rim and tire,
Christmas special $1,800 ONO .......
no reasonable offer refused.
Call: 426-5339 or 322-6944


TRIB #450
1992 HONDA ACCORD
Right hand drive .CD player, AC,
good running condition.
$2,500.00
Tel: 324-1274


TRIB #449
2000 FORD FOCUS
Gold with beige interior
$10,900
4 door, air condition, good condition,
one owner/driver, well kept
Tel: 393-7653 Cell: 395-4171












TRIB #425 HONDA CIVIC
$3,800.00
Standard shift, clean in and out
Tel 393-4624 or 395-0921.


TRIB #432 30" Wellcraft Scarab Panther
twin 454, 70 plus mph, triple axle trailer,
through hull exhaust. Excellent condition
$39,000 Firm. Andrew, 557-3710.


BBF #212
Bull Terrier/Rotweiller pups.
for sale, brindle and straight colored,
$300,
Call: 364-7218 or 525-2376


TRIB #420
2000 FORD SPORT EXPLORER
WHITE $17,500.00 o.b.o. Expatriate
owned, totally maintained by friendly
ford Tel: 327-5359/ 525-6557


TRIB #428
CAR FOR SALE
1996 HONDA INTEGRA
Silver 2 door, sports model excellent
running condition
Asking $6,500.00 o/n/o/
Expatriate owned
Please Call: Devesh Goyal
Tel: 326-2774(W) 322-7027 (H)
Mornings up to 8:30
Evening from 6:30


TRIB #441
1995 HONDA CIVIC
Ex- Green, V-tech, grey interior,
Sunroof power everything
$4,000.00
o.n.o.
Tel: 557-4413


BBF #236
1998 Lexus GS300,
clean title, leather interior, Pwr everything, moon
roof, sunroof, CD changer, tape am/frm, 20%
chrome lexani rims, 23,000 ONO, all: 364-4910 or
. . .... ... .454-4733 ..-. '


TRIB #429
1996 PONTIAC SUNFIRE
2 door coupe. Red with grey interior
$4,000.00 price to go.
Ice cold A/C, good condition,
Many offers already.
Tel: 324-3703 or 324-8679


TRIB #444
1993 DODGE SHADOW
$1,000.00
Everything works....
just needs transmission
Tel: 502-2359


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TRIB #437 USED LAPTOP Sony Vaio PCG-FR
130 Notebook,14.1 screen, 256MB, 1.67GHz,
40Ghz, Hard Drive, CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo,
1.44MB floppydisk drive, (Mouse, Ethernet Cords,
Surge Protector and more.
Ask for Steffon Cooper, 324-0168, or
Karen Cooper, 454-7535.


TRIB #452
2000 FORD EXPLORER
Sports. White best offer. Maintained by
Friendly Ford
Tel: 327-5359 Cell: 357-5619 or
502-2569


TRIB #451

1999 CHEVY MALIBU
Maroone with tan interior $8,000.00
AC, CD player & tape deck, keyless entry,
Excellent condition. Serioos enquires only.
356-0704/323-4639 Cell: 554-5709


TRIB #422
1998 FORD TAURUS GREEN
$5,000.00 o.n.o.
Fully loaded, power everything, good
running condition with music set.
Tel: 341-0419
Cell: 525-2489 or 356-8692
Ask for Mr. Johnson


TRIB #461
1998 CHEVY MALIBU
Burgundy with tan interior
$6,000.00 o.b.o.
Just arrived clean in and out. AC, low milage
must see to appreciate
Tel: 394-0120 Cell: 525-3582


TRIB #453
2000 DODGE NEON
Red with gray interior
$5,400.00
Cherry red color, cold AC, must see
Tel: 324-8238 Cell: 426-4728


BBF #246
1993 HONDA LEGEND,
pwr everything, good condition, A/C, $2000 stereo
set, 18%. chrome rims, 35 series tires, $8000 O.B.O.
Call: 558-3977 or 362-0686


BBF #249
2002 DODGE NEON SE,
Brown, 17%. rims, excellent condition, A/C, tinted,
CD, $8,000 ONO, Call: 323-7543 (eve) 323-4963
(day) or 454-4172 ask for Donovan


1:1- p,223 18 Inch RIMS $1,800
Brand new with tires, FWD 4 lug universal
with locks and everything 18 & 17s available.
Call: 426-5339


TRIB #455
1999 FORD TAURUS SEDAN
Gold with beige interior
$12,000.00
AC, excellent condition, interior very clesn
Tel: 393-2319


TRIB #438 1996 ROVER STERLING,
METALLIC GOLD EXT, EX- DIPLOMATIC
CAR, LOW MILAGE, CLIMATE CONTROL,
GREAT ENGINE, LEAVING ISLAND.
MUST SELL. $3,600 ONO.
TEL (W)302-5085, 327-2978(H)


TRIB #427
FORD EXPLORER
AC, PW/Windows, alarm.
Great running condition. Requires minor
body work $5,000.00
Call: 393-1128


TRIB #457
1988 ISUZU TROOPER
White $700.00
Tel: 325-5740 Cell: 357-5740
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BBF #251
2003 NIssan Altima,
Champagne, leather intenor, wood grain tnm. CD,
AC, power everything, only 15k miles, 20% chrome
rims, $22,000 ONO,
364-4W37/477-046 ._


TRiU *455 New In June 2002 kepl in greai co r.,: -
Auiomanic Transm,s.son 4 Wheel Drive Car ha. oni.
naa ONE OWNER Fuiry Servicea every 3,OC":' mels
24,500 miles $10,500 o.n.o. See at:
lewis_sale@yahoogroups.com. Call: 325-5740 or
357-5740..


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BBF #250
2003 DODGE RAM,
Ithr interior, CD, A/C, etc. $32,000 OBO,
Call: 364-4037 or 426-5057


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HARBOUR BREEZE Par- 130 10 $287.000 00 TELEPHONE: PAT STRACHAN
d",s Island. secure gated comr TELEPHONE: ST
murn ry. Panoramic haroour OCEANVIEW ELEVATED 326-8017 326-8112 ;.//y .W.
\|" 3 Ded. 2 Dalh conda. iv. LOT The Gr:ove. Wes1i Bay
i-Q. d.na ainng area. lurnisned Sireel 70.-'03 299.00000 FOR SALE Exclusive Ocean Club Es- RESIDENTIAL LOTS
v.., 13ar.e new modern kitchen. JFK DRIVE: Five acr.- cor,. tales 1058- Near;ng compiv.-
Underground parking with ale COMMERCIAL mercial sle in ngh ira.ic 3rea. ian. 3.35 2 sron, me u-. -.- GARDEN HILLS ESTATES
.3alor lush tropical garden. Ideal for mos upscale C:omrnmr- e o :n a 1srge elevated gu'lf Loil 60tt1 00ft. Prn-
swimming pool and SPA win OFFICE BUILDING: Cabile cal v.enlure_ 12 2 nll.r Lc)urse i)o vih siJnning paror. $50000.00
fJnly equipped lifness center Beach commeral ,lice Of. a TiC ew Fine hinsres. CIus5
i 139,000.00 lered for ale al $63-1 000 or Ior PARADISE ISLAND: NEW 3 .m kir ren rjge Tsier e YAMACRAW BEACH: Price
rent ar 14.000 pr monih bedrooms 3.12 ca31Ins Lu\ury p a $75.000.00
Lyford Cay Large 4 Deds 3 5 Townniuee .n gapl waier- vaprJ 3J.40u O0" REV WALTER S HANCHELL
bath 3 storey home, Ideal for WEST BAY ST. 6.5 acres, front community. Quality de- BROKER/APPRAISER DORSETTEVILLE:DUPLEX
large family or entertaining, this $2,250,000.00 Gross signs and upscale fixtures. Exclusive Treasure Cove
home offers a large open living Dock slip available. $850,000 1033- Furn. 4/2 family home in BUILDINGS 50X100, $45,000
area with dining and breakfast each. a gated oceanfront community. MULTI-FAMILY LOTS
nook, open kitchen leading to JACK ISAACS Tile, hurr. shutters and more! TWYNAM, 2 storey, 3 bed, 2 MULTIFAMILY LOTS
garden and pool. Wrap around REAL ESTATE CO LTD PARADISE ISLAND: Three Best price in neighbourhood 1/2bath living room, dining WESTRIDGE ESTATES:Sev-
verandahs, European decor- TEL: 322-1069 year old 4 bedrooms two-storey $319,000 room, kitchen, utility family WESTRIDGE ESTATES:Sev-
$1,195,000.00 EVE: (242)362-6932. house with spacious LOFT in room, garage, jacuzzi, eral lots to choose from
private beautiful landscaped Little Blair 1143- Charming $600,000 CORAL HARBOUR, AND
Cable Beach Condo: Lovely 1 gardens. BBQ deck and heat- 3/2 in a quiet, central location. CORAL HARBOURK AND
- bed, 1 bath condo with direct GLENVENO'S ed private swimming pool. Lo- 1,800+ sq. ft., lush gardens, OFF FAITH FAVE, attractive, CORAL LAKES Several to
access to beach, Furnished in cated in a gated waterfront central a/c and more! $265,000 split-level, 4 bed, 3 1/2 bath, ja- choose from Kool Acres, Fox
secure community $149,900.00 E community. $1.5 million cuzzi and central air, $400,000 l Lotwith nation nd
TEL 356-0894, 395-4801 Ocean Place 2143- Paradise cuzzi and central air, $400,000 plans for triplex. Price
LOME 3-0 ,3-4 PARADISE ISLAND: 2,000 s/ft Island's newest, most exclusive FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, 3 BED, $70,000.00.
EASTERN ROAD Ocean 3 bedrooms 3 baths waterfront 2 BATH, $160,000. YAMACRAW HILL ROAD,
view, elegant two storey Baha- MERRY XMAS apartment. High ceilings. Boat andYAMACRAW HILL ROAD,
mian home, 4 bed, 4.5 bath, slip included. $875,000. ervations. Starting from the low near Port New Providence, Lot
$800,000's to over 2 million. WINTON MEADOWS, SPLIT- 85ftx137ft. Price $110,000.00
amaundry room. argePool l 0.68 acre sea view ot located Seabreeze 1136- Spacious ING, DINING, KITCHEN, UTILI- MARIGOLD FARM ROAD LOT
patio and gazebo. General r .. . .- on #2 fairway and lake. 3/2.5 canalfront home with en- TY ROOM AND FAMILY 70FTX134FT. PRICE $70,000.
and well system, beautiful o.n #2 f $950,000. closed, lush gardens, open plan ROOM AND INCOMPLETE
closed guard en aut car $-95 kitchen/family, large covered SWIMMING POOL, $300,000. BUILDING
cra rae n $ and two car a .m FOR RENT patio with canal views and
rage. $795,000.00 CABLE BE
CABLE BEACH:Unfurnished more! $379,000 (extra lot on WINTON MEADOWS, EXECU- MARIGOLD FARM ROAD: Tri-
Kennedy Subdivision: 3 bea. beachfront 4 bedrooms 3-1/2 canal $139,000) TIVE PALATIAL, 4 bed, 4 bath, plex 2-bed, 1-bath Apts. Price
1 bath house in excellent cond- 5. Down Payment baths house. Formal dining split central air, swimming pool, $250,000.00.
tion. $126,000.00 HOUSE PACKAGES! room, family room, large kitch- Sandyport 2141- Brand new enclosed landscaped property,
Your Gift en with granite counters. Live-in 3/3.5 canalfront townhouses. built for a king, $520,000. EDEN ESTATES, JOHNSON
RESIDENTIAL LOTS maid quarters, laundry room Upgrades galore! Over 2500 TERRACE Duplex bed, 2-
GOLDEN GATES LOT: $135,000.00 and garage. Located on the sf. $639,000 These won't last! SOLDIER ROAD, near Robin- bed, 1-bath Apts. Price
60x1 00, $60,000 *Golden Gates Beach. $6,000 per month. Paradise Estates 1145- L son Road, commercial building $250,000.
NEW GATED COMMUNITY Garden Hills PARADISE ISLAND: NEW 3 ly 2/1.5 villa on Paradise Island. years or accountants officer KENT AVE GLENISTON GAR-
OUT WEST LOVE BEACH -Bel Air bedrooms 3-1/2 baths Touwn- Nicely furnished, terra cotta retail shop, $175,000 DENS 3 bed, 2 bath resi-
60X1OUT WEST LOVE BEACH -$65,000.00. 3-bed, 2-bath, living, dining, houses in gated waterfront tiles, private patio, pool and dence Price $235,000.00
60X100, $65,000.00. kitchen, carport, utility community with dock slips, tennis. Great investment! GOLDEN GATES, large triplex
SANS SOUCI: 75 x 100 $ $120,000.00 High end finishes and fixtures. 350,000 in nice area, $130,000. COCKBURN ST AND GUNN
$85,000.00 3-bed, 2-bath-without Carport $5,000 p.m. unfurnished, -Lots- HILL ROAD COMMERCIAL
2-bath-without Carport $6,000 p.m..furnished. Exclusive Blackbeard's Ter- STAR ESTATES, brand new LOT 60ft x 100ft. with a small
CHARLOTTEVILLE: New gat Pi $00.0
ed community Near Old Fort DUPLEX PACKAGES PARADISE ISLAND: Furnish- race 4113- 100 x 198. elegant duplex, with large building. Price $60,000.00.
Bay: 60 x120. Starting at ed two-storey house in private $135,000 rooms and jacuzzi, $270,0o00 CARMICHAEL ROAD, Lot
$90,000 Complete Price $168,000 gardens. 4 bed 3-1/2 baths. Pri-
Owner side: 2-bed, 2-bath vate heated pool. $6,500 p.m. Charlottesville- Subdivision is CHIPPINGHAM, 3 bed, 1 bath u0xi20ft with a commercial
OFF EASTERN ROAD: 70 x Rented side: 2 -bed, 1-bath approved! Over 85% reserved! house need some repairs building currently used as an
221 $92,000 w/$20,000 worth of Furniture SANDYPORT:Fully furnished. Lots starting at $84,900. Don't $85,000 $280,000.00.r shop Prce
(with furniture $186,000) 1 bedroom condo overlooking miss out!
OUT WEST TRIPLEX LOT: waterfront. Pool and excellent OFF WULFF ROAD, incom- OFF FARRINGTON ROAD -
Near Orange Hill 60 x 126 Call today! security. $1,600 per month. Airport Ind. Park 5007- plete apartment building to built Dul 2bRd I-ath Ap.
$ 120,000.00. 356-0894,3954801 100x200 fenced and graded! course, $75,000 Duplex 2-bed, 1-bath Apts.
356-0894, 395-4801 CALL: Charles Christie $120,000 Price $125,000.00.
YAMACRAW ROAD: 5-plex lot N 326-4800 359-2405 Ocean Club Estates- MOUNT VERNON, two storey,
107x139, $118,000.00. CONDOS Ocean Club Estates- Calln the 4 bed, 3 1/2 bathrooms, living, RNTALS
Twynam Heights SubdIvision experts! Starting from study, family room, dining, GARDEN HILLS SUBD:2 bed,
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES: Brand new 2 bed, 2 bath, MULTI-FAMILY LOTS $850,000 kitchen, pantry, breakfast area 1-bath, water inc $650.00/pm.
Ocean view, golf course Lot powder room, swimming pool, 4 SF lots in ret lounge area, utility room, and Ibed-1bath water incl $550/pm.
32,340 sq. ft. $i,190,000 gated, back upgenerator. Golden Gates 60x1 57 eastern neighbourhood. Start- central air, $600,000. Ready Feb 1
OFF WEST BAY STREET $195,000.00. $67K ing at $85,000 CORAL HEIGHTS, marble tile, 2-bed, 1-bath, water I.
OF WEST BAY ST T 5 0.East St South 3.1 acres CORAL HEIGHTS, marble tile, 2-bed, 1-bath, water incl.
151x144,Hilltop Lot Tusculum: Tel 557-0100.ft. $425K Nliven Heights 6014- 100 x 4 bed, 3 bath, brand new house $600/pm. Ready Jan 15
$186,000.00. LOT FOR SALE 52 K Bellot Rd 80x130 $61 K 320 Multifamily lot with amazing on enclosed ard, $398,000.
S lake and sea views. $229,000 PALMDALE WAREHOUSE
JACK ISAACS Acres for sale 100 K St. Albans Dr. 100x320 lakeCALL PGF FOR THESE AND SPACE with bath 3,060 sq ft.
REAL-ESTATE CO.LTD Lot Sale Qoral Lakes 11 Ok $170K For more sales listings call MANY OTHER LISTINGS IN- Ready April 1st. $3,000/pm.
TEL: 322-1069 Duplex for sale 150 K Marshall Rd 75x110 $53K Paradise Real Estate 325-3000 CLUDING FAMILY ISLAND
EVE: (242)362-6932. New house for sale 155K Or visit PROPERTIES TELEPHONE Telek33-t983 for more Info.-
jacklsaacs@coralwave.com Tel; 356-6860 Ph: (242) 457-4009 www.paradisebahamas.com 325- 0288 326-8017.







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UGHT[BOIJRN REALTY
HOMES
Blair Estates- Large 3 bed, 2.5
bath home on 15,000 sq ft lot.
$299,000
NEW! Sea Breeze 5 bed, 4
bath, 5,543 sq ft home sitting
on a 13,394 sq ft lot featuring,
cathedral ceilings, pool, central
air, alarm system. Attached 1
bed, 1 bath efficiency $435,000
MLS# 5193
Eastern Road waterfront
charm 3 bed, 2.5 bath 2,800 sq
ft. Features include cathedral
ceilings, central a/c, pool & cab-
ana area. $750,000 MLS# 5178
MUST SEEI High Vista-2,700
sq ft 3 bed, 2 bath home on a
lot 17,000 sq ft, elevated lot.
Alarm, security screens, 12 kw
generator. Furnished for
$340,000 MLS# 5172
Hamilton Subdivision 3 bed, 3
baths charming home. Great
condition, spacious, 1 car ga-
rage. $248,000 MLS# 5169
Treasure Cove 3 bed, 2 bath
enclosed comer lot. Many cus-
tom features & Currently
leased. $325,000 MLS# 5081
Ivanhoe (Off Mackey Street) 2
bed, 1 bath 5,360 sq ft, perfect
starter home. $157,500 MLS#
5201
APARTMENTS
Beachfront Cable Beach. Sul-
grave Manor. Secure, large 3
bed 3 bath apartment in well
established waterfront building.
Offers partial ocean views.
Children allowed. $650,000.
Kool Medows- Semi furnished
3 bed, 2 bath home with a/c
and ceiling fans. Enclose in the
same yard is a triplex with 3 1
bed, 1 bath apartments. Price
$543,000
Bellot Road duplex-Unit 1 3
bed, 2 bath and Unit 2 2 bed, 1
bath. Both units currently occu-
pied. Good -condition. Perfect
investment for beginners. Price
$198,000
REDUCED! Conchrest beauti-
ful waterfront condo 2 bed, 2
bath, 1,900 sq ft $395,000
MLS# 5092 Great Price
NEW! 1 bed, 1 bath apt. in
Western side gated community
with pool offered furnished.
Asking $155,000 MLS#
Conchrest- Investment oppor-
tunity 2 bed, 2 bath, fully fur-
nished, largest in community,
spectacular ocean views, 2
year current lease Asking
$450,000 MLS# 5174
Mount Vernon 3 bed, 2.5 bath
townhouse, master-suite with
whirlpool tub, balcony, patio,
furnished. #290,000 MLS#
5168
Cove View Paradise Island 2
bed, 2.5 bath 2,300 sq ft, pri-
vate pool, a/c. $575,000 MLS#
5170
Sandyport- 4 bed, 4.5 bath
townhouse. Wrap -around ve-
randah, private patio & garden,
canal w/dock, fumished.
$695,000 MLS#.101.9 ,
Call 393-8630,.,Fax.3,938638.


SUGHTBOUHN REALTY
Love Beach Walk Luxury Con-
dos in gated community. 3 bed
3.5 baths. Spectacular sea
views Phase 2 now for sale.
Starting at only $539,000.
MSL#0342
MULTI-FAMILY
South Ocean single family lot.
All utilities to site starting at
$135,000 MLS#5200
South Westridge. Single fami-
ly lot close to airport and
school. 101 X 180. $140,000
Monastery Park- Elevated lot
(186 x 144 or .68 acres)
$105,000 MLS#0165
South Ocean Estates 100 x
117 $105,000 Reserve your lot
with $2,000 down
VACANT LAND
NEWI Nassau East vacant lot
zoned for single family resi-
dence Approx. 11,000 sq ft
$70,000gross MLS#5202
Eastern Road waterfront lot
with small dock. 101 x 105
$375,000 MLS#1202
Motivated seller- 100 x 100 in
gated community. All utilities in
place price $110,000. Approved
plans for 3 bed, 2 bath home
with 1 bed, 1 bath cottage in-
cluded. MLS#5122
Lyford Cay Exclusive com-
munity lot 17,517 sq ft. Make
offers. $375,000 MLS#5005
Ocean Club Estates- Two ad-
jacent golf course lots east of
club house, partial seaviews.
$850,000 each. MLS#5141
Prime development property
site Coral Harbour, 300' feet
beachfront 300 x 275. Only
$1.1 million MLS$5206
COMMERCIAL
Reduced! Bay Street- Water-
front building 6+ rooms, 2.5
baths. Ideal for business or res-
idential purposes. $615,000
MLS#51 00
1 acre commercial site near the
intersection if Blue Hill & Car-
michael Road. $300,000 MLS#
5143 Motivated seller
OUT ISLAND VACANT
Whale Point 186 x 104 vacant
residential lot w/beach rights.
$15,000 MLS#1259
Northern Abacos, Sale Cay
370 acres. Superb anchorage,
bonefishing, ideal for eco tour-
ism venture. MLS#0320
Sandy Point. 48 acres south of
airport. Loads of waterfrontage.
Beach & deep water.
$1,250,000
OWNER FINANCING
Stella Marls 100 x 130 vacant
lots from $11,890. $595 depos-
it.
Venice Bay. 100 x 100 single
family lots $4,750 down pay-
ment. From $677 monthly.
First time homeowners
OUT ISLAND HOMES
New Plymouth Club & Inn-
Green Turtle Cay, Abaco. His-
toric 10+ bed and 40 sent res-
taurant. Modem. Amenities,
Great Investment! $1,780,00
MLS#5077, ,
balf 393-830.; Fax 3938638 -


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HOMES
#1009 Bayroc, 3 bed, 3 bath
luxury penthouse w/ panoramic
ocean view. 900 sq. ft. wrap
around verandah w/ wet bar.
State-of-the-art amenities. Must
see! $1,950,000
#334 Caves Point 4,000 sq. ft.
Penthouse, stunning ocean
views, 4 bed, 4 bath, marble
floors throughout. Large living
& media room, much to offer.
$1,150,000.
#1501 Eastern Road Classic 4
bed, 4 1/2 bath Bahamian
home, pickled wood ceilings,
hardwood floors, spacious patio
& pool deck w/ sea views.
$799,000.00
#528 Treetops, Lyford Cay Is-
land style 3 floor, 3 bed & en-
suite bath. Wrap around porch-
es, back patio w/ pool & trellis.
Sea views from the master bed-
room, casual but elegant living
space. $1,285,000.
2157 'Turtle Rocks' Marsh
Harbour, Abaco Dream home
on 2.5 acres of property facing
beach, 2 bed suites each w/ pri-
vate bath. Master suite has ve-
randa w/ views of beach, wrap
around porch. Included in the
sale price are 2 jet skis, a 4-
wheeler & a Suburban.
$1,200,000.
#1516 Paradise Island Villa, 2
bed, 1.5 bath garden villa, im-
maculate condition. Private
complex mins from beach & 2
pools & tennis courts. Central
A/C & alarm system. $350,000.
CONDOS
#1775 East Bay St Apartment
1-bed, 1-bath condo, conven-
iently located near down town.
Spectacular views of Nassau
Harbour. Fully furnished.
$145,000.
#1503 Mount Vernon Pristine
3 storey, 2 bed, 21/2 bath, con-
do. 3rd storey loft can be used
as 3rd bed or office/den area.
Spacious kitchen w/ modem
appliances. Central a/c. En-
closed patio & deck. Gated
w/Pool. $285,000
#537 Monte Carlo PI Quiet
complex 2 bed, 2 bath condo
on Paradise Island. Newly ren-
ovated kitchen & bathrooms.
Central a/c. Security. Commu-
nal pool & laundry. $300,000.
#1504 Paradise Island Immac-
ulate 2 bed, 2 bath condo w/
a/c, white tile throughout. Balc-
onies overlooking a large pool
$235,000.
VACANT LAND
#1106 Port New Providence -
Large residential canal lot with
140 ft. on the .water. $595,000.
For more Information on our
listings
Call 356-5030 or
visit our web site at
www.grahamrealestate.com,


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www.grahamrealestate.com
VACANT LAND
#810 Ocean Club Estates PI
prestigious gated community,
golf course views. $850,000.
#90 Sans Souci Elevated lot.
110 on road & 150 deep .38 of
an acre $132,000
#238 Blackbeard's Terrace,
off East Bay Street Elevated
lot overlooking the Narrows
$168,000.
#231 Winton: Residential lot in
quiet, cul-de-sac. 26,446 sq. ft.
$149,000.
#832 Westridge Beautiful
single family, elevated lot with
views. 1.15 acres 125 x 400.
$346,000.00
COMMERCIAL
#1514 Commercial, Olde
Towne, Sandyport 3,240 Sq. ft.
space offered as a whole or
split into thirds. Suited for a
bank or small business. Spec-
tacular ocean views. Call for
pricing.
RENTALS
#324 Sandyport, 1 bed 1 bath
condo, balcony overlooking ca-
nal w/boat dockage.
Washer/dryer in kitchen. Fully
fumished. $1,600p/m
#558 Compass Point 3 bed, 3
bath, condo, ocean views, pool
& steps down to the beach, en-
closed courtyard, furnished in-
cluding linen & china. $3,000
p/m.
#1504 Paradise Island Im-
maculate 2 bed, 2 bath condo
w/ a/c, white tile throughout.
Balconies overlooking a large
pool. $1,700 p/m.
#1003 Dowdeswell St. Office
space. 700 sq. ft. 2 parking
spaces. Convenient, location.
Private WC. $820.00 p/m
#870 Waterfront Home, East
Bay Street. 3 bed 3 bath, old
Bahamian house w/ dock.
Great for family living island
style. $5,000 p/m.
#39 Paradise Island Condo
Bright & airy, 2 floors. Fumish-
ed. Pool. Washer & dryer, mi-
nutes from Atlantis Resort. 2
bedroom unit $2,500, 3 bed-
room unit, $3,500 p/m.
#1103 Prospect Ridge 2 bed,
2 bath apartment, well main-
tained, centrally located, gated
compound, pool, private court-
yard off living area. Fumished.
$2,200 p/m 3 bed units $3,200
p/m
#1508 Eastern Rd. 2 bed, 2
bath, secluded cottage w/ sea
views. Enclosed verandah &
porch. Phone/Intemet ready
$3,000 p/m.
Graham Real Estate
For more Information on our
listings
Call 356-5030 or
visit our web site at
www.gtahbmrehalestat.cpim,


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REV WALTER S HANCHELL
BROKER/APPRAISER
BUILDINGS
JOAN'S HEIGHTS, 4 bed, 2
bath enclosed yard. $120,000
SEA BREEZE, Palatial 2
STORY, 5 BED, 3 BATH, LIV-
ING, DINING, KITCHEN, DEN,
MAID'S QUARTERS, SWIM-
MING POOL, $450,000
TROPICAL GARDENS, brand
new 3 bed, 3 bath, living dining,
kitchen, computer room and sit-
ting room, $250,000.
TREASURE COVE, attractive
oceanfront 3 bed, 2 baths, liv-
ing, dining, family room, kitchen
and laundry room, $400,000.
YAMACRAW, 4 bed, 3 bath,
living, dining, kitchen, utility,
fami y rooms, $195,000
LYFORD CAY, 4 bed, 4 1/2
bath luxury hilltop estate home
with generator, swimming pool
and large verandah, $7,000.
PINEWOOD GARENS, 3 bed,
2 bath, inclosed yard, utility
room, driveway, $110,000.
OFF COWPEN ROAD, 2 bed,
2 bath, brand new house, near
completion, $98,000
OFF EAST STREET, 3 bed,
house, $48,000
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES
New gated community, 3 bed, 2
bath, living, dining, family room,
laundryroom and carport,
$199,900
MONASTRY PARK, spacious
4 bed, 2 bath, split level house
on hill-top lot, $298,00.
CALL PGF FOR THESE AND
MANY OTHER LISTINGS
INCLUDING FAMILY ISLAND
PROPERTIES TELEPHONE
325- 0288 326-8017..


Blake Road
One acre commercial.
West side. 100ft.
on road. 435ft. deep.
Qualified buyers only.

$605,000.
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TWYNAM HEIGHTS:
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 3,000 sq ft.
$330,000. Bank Financing aval-
able.
323-4365, 382-4373.

DUPLEX LOT
OFF COWPEN ROAD
$45,000
PHONE 356-7268





Executive
Realty
VACANT LOTS
0165 CORAL HARBOUR:
Multi-family Canal lot. Ideal four
Townhouses! 70x135.
$145,000.
0122 SOUTH OCEAN! 1
acre residential lot $192,000.
0130 ADELAIDE BEACH
Beachfront lot 100x237,
$192,000.
0163 MARSHALL RD: 1/2
Acre multi- family lot. 100x 232.
$95,000.
0132 GREAT EXUMAI 58
acres hill top ,ocean view, Tar
Bay, ideal for development. $2
million.
RESIDENTIAL
0162 CORAL HARBOUR:
3 bed- 2 bath house on lot
80xl 10. $205,000.
0140 LITTLE BLAIR! 3
bed-2 bath home, large master
suite. Priced to sell $265,000.
0115 CORAL HARBOUR
Large 7 bed- 5 bath, split- level
home, 2 master suites, large
kitchen, family room, double
garage, lot 80xi 10. $265,000
0125 CABLEBEACHI 2
bed- 2 bath condo, Oceanview.
$225,000.
0143 CORAL HARBOUR!
Duplex Townhouse 2 bed- 2.5
bath each unit, Oceanview,
$399,000.
0141 MONESTARY PARK!
3 bed- 2bath home in excellent
condition. $240,000.
0164 LEEWARD EAST: 2
bed- 1.5 bath townhouse.
$165,000.
RENTALS
0150 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canalfront 2bed- 2 bath condo.
Furnished, A/C. $1,100/pm.
0155 WEST BAYSTREET:
Oceanfront 2 bed -2 bath fur-
nished townhouse. $2,200/pm.
0156 CAPRICE: Ocean-
front 3 bed -3.5 bath villa, pool.
$6,500/pm.
Contact:
EXECUTIVE. REALTY
SIEE: 2-M 027 dr 557-0288 ''


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Specializing in:
Bucket Lift Services, Tree Trimming.
Installation of Parking Lot Lights & Signs,
Roof Cleaning, and Pressure Cleaning.
Tel: (242) 557-4609
Email:d_r_wilson73@yahoo.com
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Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate.
one Course, One Weekend per month

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CLIENTS CAN ALSO CALL TO SCHEDULE AN
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Real Estate On m i
P.O. Box N-10067
Saint Albans Drive Bldg #24 ::16799-C
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Day Phos- These 4,000-
Over 30 Years 3 326-1514, other eml
Experience -8:4 e: 3 : S299
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Appraisals -24 hours local. '.INGRi
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Government Approved Appraiser Email: curtis@coralwave.com Call:

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USED COMPUTERS
We have Used Computers on Sale from $150.00. Monitor,
Mouse, Keyboard NOT included.
3 months Service Warranty.
We have used Monitors For Sale from $135.00.
Contact us Today @
341-7575, 341-4293, 341-3670


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Market Street & Coconut Grove Avenue
P. 0. BOX N-7984, NASSAU, BAHAMAS
Four Services Sundays
7 AM, 9 AM, 11 AM & 7:30 PM.
PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
WEDDINGS, FUNERALS
Just call the numbers listed, I'll personal
handle your request.
(242) 393-5798, (242) 3,
"Come and Worship.

MORE THAN 120 VARIETY OF EXOTIC TROPICAL FISH
CUSTOM GLASS & ACRYLIC TANKS ALL SHAPES & SIZES
*TURTLES, SNAILS, AQUATIC PLANTS & WATER LILLIES
* PRE-FORMED PONDS, FILTERATION SYSTEMS, POND PUMPS
* EVERY COLOUR WATER PEBLE & GRAVEL
- Large variety -Frozen food including Blood Worms, Zoo
- Plankton, Beef Heart & Brine Shrimp
- Test Kits, Pond Nets, Pond Lights, Water Conditioners,
Medications
TOO, TOO MANY STUFF TO LIST
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Sunday: 10 6pm., Monday Friday

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Specializing in:
Foundations, Septics, Removal and
j Planting of Trees and Motor
Engines, Pouring Concrete, Steel
joist, etc.
LEALAND LIGHTBOURN
General Manager


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SUITS $99.00 REG $275.00
LINEN SET $85.00
SHIRTS $15.00
SILK TIE SETS $19.95 REG $39.45
SHOES (1/2) PRICE
Madeira St 328-7848 Rosef'a St 356-7731
Blue Hill Rd & Baker St 325-2347

STOP THE LIES NOW

FIND OUT THE TRUTH
SMatrimonial Divorce investigations
Providing proof of third & party involvement.
SChild Custody
Evidence to assist to verify information.
Insurance fraud
Information to help insurance company
Process service
Locating and serving summons




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Data Recovery Services
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PC, software sales and support

Coralwave Internet Authorized Resellers
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We provide in-water cleaning of boat bottoms. Including: Propellers,
shafts & trim tabs. Monthly cleaning reduces fuel consumption
by as much as 25% per trip.
Call us today at 341-5021 (Reasonable Rates)
Bottom Cleaning Prop Changed
Zincs Changed Salvage/Retrieval.


COMPUTER EXPRESS
ENTERTAIN YOUR LOVE ONES
THIS HOLIDAY WITH A 3i
SATELLITE SYSTEM FROM -"
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NOW AVAILABLE .
Card less Receiver Programmed
with all Channels
(Pay Per View & Adult) $450
P4 & P5 Activation Services $375

TELEPHONE 364-0784




CLASSES $99.00 ADULTS & CHILDREN
GSM & QUICK CELL PHONE AND CARDS -
ALL PREPAID CARDS
PAN SAT SATELLITE SYSTEM
INSTALLATION & PROGRAMMING OF
RECEIVER WITH ALL THE CHANNELS
(PAY PER VIEW & ADULT $425.00




PRESSURE WASHING

WINDOW CLEANING
PAINTING INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
GENERAL HOME & BUILDING
n MAINTENANCE
LANDSCAPING, LAWN & TREE
ROOFING REPLACEMENT & REPAIRS

CALL: IMCS 341-5719


GADITES MARITIME &
^. NAVIGATION INSTITUTION
NEED TO RENEW YOUR CAPTAIN LICENCE BUT
DON'T HAVE A S.T.C.W. SAFETY CERTIFICATE -
CALL GADITES
1) MARINTIME LAW
2) CAPTAIN'S COURSES
3) RADAR COURSES
4) IS PS SECURITY COURSES
P.O BOX CB-13328 TEL/FAX: (242)362-4305
NASSAU, BAHAMAS. CELL: (242)557-1617





Babysitting Services Ages 1 year and up
All services are done within your home
It is recommended that you make an appt. 24hrs. in advance


Tel *. 323-18 or vi email


PAYLOADER, BACKHOE, CRANE & TRACTOR
SERVICES
Specializing in:-
Soil, Sand, Fill, Cracker Dust, 2/4 Rock, Land Clearing.
Cespite/Foundation Trenching Concrete Pouring,
Tractor Rental
Tel: 323-4346 Eve 392-0196
P.O.Box N7309
Fax: 356-7354 Mr Carl Missick Manager


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TEL: 341-7575, 341-4293, 341-3670




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CONFIDENTIALITY GUARANTEED
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call 393-5881 or 434-3055, 8-9pm days



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CRICKET CLUB
Restaurant & Pub -Ope, "'e By Satelite
English Premier Soccer, Cr-set, Rugby etc
SERVING Shepard Pie Cracked Conch Bangers & Mash
*Chicken Pot Pie Grouper Fingers Fried Chicken
eSteak & Kidney Pie Seafood Platter Soup Sandwiches
Salads Draft Beer Stella Fosters
Becks and Full Bar Airconditioned Bar Outdoor Patio
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1-Ton 2-Ton 3-Ton 4-Ton 5-Ton
Auto Gas-ups starts @ $40.00
Replacement Parts for all Makes and Models.
Installations Maintenance & Repairs:
Refrigerators Windows Units Beverage Coolers
Open o S

Walk-in Coolers *Ice Machines etc...
Auto Residential Conunmmercial Industrial Marine

BAHAMAS LUXURY CARS

1999 MERCEDES BENZ E200 $32,000
2000 MERCEDES BENZ C220 $28,000
2001 MERCEDES BENZ E240 $36,000
1999 BMW 320 $23,000
2001 BMW 316 $28,000




Bahamian Craftsmen
Enterprise
Manufacturers of Souvenirs
Junkanoo dolls Ornaments Refrigerator
Magnets
Paintings/Prints And Much More
Authentically Bahamian made products



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ProDrietor


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REAL ESTATE



I ESTATE Co.
"Put (:od First" -

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TELEPHONE:
326-8017 /326-8112


SOUTH
family
Cunnin
1 acre
: $250,0
REV WALTER S HANCHELL WEST
BROKER/APPRAISER Multi-fa
VACANT LOTS beach.
$850,01
MISTY GARDENS, Large mul-
ti-family lot zoned for 4 units ANDR(
$75,000. ON OC
reserve
MARSHALL ROAD, duplex lot
55x105 in quiet residential
neighbourhood. $50,000. CITY/C
in 3 mir
SANS SOUCI, corer lot Atrracti
100x110, zoned for 4 unit town- lidng in
house, $110,000. offices,
area,
OFF MT ROYAL AVENUE, $875,01
commercial lot 70x100,
$75,000, ideal for apartments
or mechanic shop. MONT9
VENICE BAY, double ocean- 3 and 4
front lot in exclusive gated corn- ed cor
munity with incomplete estate $5,500
house, $795,000 #781 I
lush tr<
SOUTH BEACH AREA, duplex rooms
lots, 52x110, $45,000. 2 bed
Both
ADELAIDE ROAD, apartment $3,500
lots, $60,000 CABLE
EXUMA, lots $15,000. nished
room 1
SAN SALVADOR, 1 acre merit. $
beachfront, $45,000. TREAS
CALL PGF FOR THESE AND 3 bedrc
MANY OTHER LISTINGS curity
INCLUDING FAMILY ISLAND munity.
PROPERTIES TELEPHONE
325- 0288 326-8017.. LEWAI
NEW 1
gated c
p.m.
FOF
CA CH
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PAT STRACHAN


WISHES YOU & YOUR
LOVED ONES A SAFE
&
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
For the best in Real -
Estate Sales, Appraisal
& Rentals put a S
professional to work for
you. Call-Harold Longley
or Pa Stfrchan. -., .
........ Tele.323:1983 ..


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VACANT LOTS
I WESTRIDGE: Single
lots overlooking Lake
gham. Fantastic views.
$200,000. 1.32 acres
00. 1.45 acre $275,000.
BAY STREET: #100
mily lot overlooking
1.2 acres on hilltop.
00.
)S: #2011 54 ACRES
EAN. Near Fresh water
ir. $700,000.
COMMERCIAL
ENTRAL: #1487 With-
lutes walk to Bay Street.
ve 2,500 s/ft office bui-
SExcellent Condition. 5
3 restrooms, reception
paved parking lot.
00.
FOR RENT
AGUE HEIGHTS:
New designer furnished
bedroom houses in gat-
plex with pool. $4,500 to
p.m.
n gated Private Estate in
opical gardens. 3 bed-
2-1/2 baths house PLUS
room 2 bath cottage.
tastefully furnished.
and $2,000 resp.
BEACH: Tastefully fur-
very spacious 1 bed-
bath beachfront apart-
2,900 p.m.
SURE COVE: Furnished
oom 2 bahs house in se-
gated beachfront com-
$2,500 p.m.
RD EAST: #1488
,440 s/ft townhouses in
complex. 2 bedrooms 2-
is. $1,200

1 THESE AND MORE
CALL
IRISTIE REAL ESTATE
326 4800.
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urrant-iArding
RalEstate Cospany Ltd.
\SALES
#851 EXCLUSIVE NORTH
WEST RIDGE -"Far Horizons" -
NEW SUBDIVISION MULTI
FAMILY AND SINGLE FAMILY
LOTS. PLEASE CALL FOR
DETAILS.
#4 EXCLUSIVE LOVE BEACH
- 200 BEACH FRONTAGE
X380 DEEP. LOCATED IN A
NEW GATED COMPLEX. $1.9
MILLION.
#852 EXCLUSIVE OCEAN
CLUB ESTATES, PARADISE
ISLAND LOT 120X161, $1.1
MILLION
#854 EXCLUSIVE CORAL
ROAD, CABLE BEACH -
FURNISHED HOUSE WITH 3
BED 2 BATHS, LIVING/DINING
ROOM, KITCHEN, DEN.
$435,000
TREASURE COVE
#853 EXCLUSIVE -
FURNISHED BEACH FRONT
APARTMENT IN EXCLUSIVE
CONDOMINIUM COMPLEX
WITH 2 BEDROOMS, 2
BATHROOMS. $350,000
TEL (242)394-4500, 394-4511,
OR FAX 394-4501






FOR SALE
LYFORD CAY residential lot
150 X150 great building site
Price $ 400,000
LYFORD CAY large comer
residential lot great location
ready cleared and ready to
build Price $ 595,000
LYFORD CAY 2.6 ACRES es-
tate lot 293 X 350 great for
kids/dogs and quiet living.
Price $865,000
LYFORD CAY deep water ca-
nal lot 28,400 sq ft with 125 feet
on bulk headed canal keep
your boat and live your dreams
in this upscale gated communi-
ty. Price $ 1,250,000
LYFORD CAY three story colo-
nial home with wrap around ve-
randas 3 bedrooms 3.5 baths
family room third floor loft. pool,
carport,central air,tiled floors
and much more. $1,285,000.
For these and other fine
properties contact:
GEORGE DAMIANOS
LYFORD CAY SALES &l
R .. RENTALS., ,
S362 4214 OR.357.-7.657;


REAL ESTATE

NEW HOUSE

FOR SALE
PINEWOOD GARDENS
3 Bedroom 2 Bath
$125,000.00

Residential Lot
Yamacraw Beach
70x 100 $65,000
KOOL ACRES
50x100, $45,000

APARTMENT
St Alban, West Bay
$98,500. Preconstruction
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
MONTHLY PAYMENT $650.00
BOCA DEVELOPMENT
380-8132

TREASURE COVE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
BEAUTIFUL 3 BED, 2 BATH
HOME NEXT TO OCEAN,
2 YEARS OLD WITH ALL UP-
GRADES INCLUDING PATIO
AND WATER TANK,
$295,000.
CALL 324-3739/357-3905.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
2-bed, 1-bath, w/1 -bed, 1-bath
Apt attached, enclosed yard.
$86,000 neg.
Phone 341-7831 after 6pm.




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BAHAMAS
REALTY
EXCLUSIVE AFFILIATE OF

Sothebys
INTERNATIONAL REALTY

RESIDENTIAL
LOVE BEACH! Multi-family
zoned property totaling 2.06
acres with 161 ft. of beach
frontage and 2 houses in need
of work. Web Ref: 7878. Price:
$1.8 Million
SOLDIER ROAD! Centrally lo-
cated 3 bed, 1 bath home situ-
ated on a fully enclosed prop-
erty. Features include a car-
port, wood ceilings, tiled and
carpeted floors, ceiling fans,
air-conditioning, large kitchen
and laundry room. Web Ref:
9013. Price: $126,000
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES!
Ocean view residential lot lo-
cated on a golf course totaling
0.69 acres. One-of-a-kind.
Web Ref: 6300. Price:
$1,890,000
JOHNSON ROAD! Hard to
find residential lot 50' x 80. All
utilities available. Priced to sell.
Web Ref: 8199. Price: $55,000
BAYROC! Beautiful 3 bed, 3.5
bath penthouse with wrap-
around balconies and panor-
amic views. This unit compris-
es 3,400 sq. ft. of luxurious liv-
ing, including generous master
suite with Jacuzzi tub, comput-
er-automated home control
center, wet bar, covered park-
ing and many upgrades. Web
Ref: 7798. Price: $1,945,000
EASTERN ROAD! Oceanfront
3 bed, 1.5 bath home with ter-
rific views, a dock, beach ac-
cess and new seaside deck.
Web Ref: 9000. Price:
$465,000
COLLINS AVENUE! Lovely 3
bed, 2 bath condo on 5th floor
of high rise with pool and fan-
tastic views of Nassau harbour.
Offered with appliances only.
Web Ref: 6209. Price:
$195,000
PALMS OF LOVE BEACH
With stunning backdrop this 3
bed, 2 bath colonial waterfront
condominium delivers a gener-
ous master suite with balcony
overlooking the ocean and
open-plan kitchen with break-
fast nook. Amenities include
walk-out patio, upgraded tile,
home office, central air and pri-
vate parking. Web Ref: 8421.
Price: $550,000
LYFORD CAY1 Lovely 3 bed, 3
bath home situated on 0.62
acres In the prestigious gated
community of Lyford Cay. Fea-
tures include a pool, 1 bed-
room apartment, generator and
much more. Web Ref. 9012.

.Tel. e242)-W3,.61 & '


REAL ESTATE 1
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REALTY
EXCLUSIVE AFFILIATE OF

Sothebys
INTERNATIONAL REALTY

RENTALS
CABLE BEACH Oceanfront 2
bed, 2 bath condo located in
gated community with pool,
central air and large balcony. In
excellent condition. Offered
fully furnished. Web Ref: 8934.
Price: $3,000 p/m
WEST BAY STREET! Situated
near Old Fort Bay this 2 bed,
2.5 bath Mediterranean-style
ocean view townhouse boasts
1,300 sq .ft. interior with de-
signer touches. Amenities in-
clude master suite with walk-
out balcony, breakfast bar, na-
tive landscaping, swimming
pool, security screens and
parking. Available partially fur-
nished. Web Ref: 8775. Price:
$1,250 p/m
SEA BEACH ESTATES! Well-
maintained 2 bed, 2.5 bath
townhouse in excellent condi-
tion on a quiet street. Offered
fully furnished. Web Ref: 5939.
Price: $1,400 pmn
CABLE BEACH Beautifully
furnished 2 bed, 2 bath condo
with great ocean views, hard-
wood floors, plantation shut-
ters and new appliances. Per-
fect for a couple or single per-
son. Web Reft 9023. Price:
$2,800 plm
Contact: Bahamas Realty Ltd
Tel. (242) 393-8618

LOT FOR SALE
MARSHALL ROAD,
SOUTH BEACH,
VIEW OF THE SEA
& BONE FISH
POND, 64'X110'
@ $49,000.00.

CONTACT
327-7621/2.

LONG ISLAND
PROPERTY

FOR NEAR
STELLA MARIS RESORT
ON THE
NORTHERN SIDE
NEAR OCEAN ACRE-
330' X 70'
STARTING $16500 NET

2 ACRE- 660' X140'
,$32,000 NET ONO
FANCNING AVAILABLE.
OA SL:538-485.


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LOVE BEACH: #561 "SUNSA- The newest most luxurious BAY STREET Furnished home that enjoys gorgeous washer and dryer facilities.
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oh white sandy beach. 4 bed- Paradise Island. Pre- ocean views in secure recessed lighting, fully
rooms 4 baths with maid's and construction prices are 11 ,. exclusive gatd complex; having equipped kitchen with pantry, 2980 Little Blair: Lovely 2 bed,
gardener's quarters, PLUS 1 available if you act quickly. 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms and cedar lined closets, gorgeous 1 bath unit fully tiled with
bedroom 1 bath guest cottage. NOW TAKING RESERVATION D'P S open plan living/dining, kitchen. pool & lush landscaped garden. central air and units in every
Special features include pool DEPOSITS. Lovely wooden balcony. $4,000 Large patio overlooking canal, room ceiling fans, new fridge
overlooking beach, wood burn- A dock space, 4 central A/C units, and stove, washer and dryer in
ing fireplace, solarium, five West Winds-Located in Love #593 LYFORD CAY boat slip, garage and corian unit, automatic generator,
gzon. water storage 1,000 Beach. Resident famly lots starting Furnished house on golf course counter tops. $10000/pm. water, cable and alarm included
ta. $4,400,000. starting at $65,000, 000. TAKING lots .... with 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, in rent. $1600/pm.
tatik. $4,400,000. starting at $80,000. TAKING living dining room, family room, 3019 Dick's Point:
OCEAN CLUB ESTAT RESERVATION DEPOSITS NOW patio, pool, and garage.$12,000 Meticulously maintained 3 bed, 3004 Paradise Island:
EAN CLUB ESTATESD NOW! 3.5 bath waterfront Furnished 1. bed, 1 bath, and
PARADISE ISLAND: #1744 LOT FOR SALE #594 BAY ROCK Ocean condominium located in the specious ground floor
DESIGNER ESTATE HOME on Charlottesville Recently MARSHALL ROAD, SOUTH #594 BAY ROCK Ocean condominium located in the spacious ground floor
Tdm Weitzcoff Golf Course. 4 approved Nassau's newest BEACH, VIEW OF THE SEA & View, furnished apartment with secure, gated community of apartment, available
Tom Wtzcoff Go4 approved Nassau's newest BEACH, VIEW OF THE SEA & 3 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, Dick's Point. $6500/pm. immediately. $1500/pm..
bedrooms with en-suite bath- community to be approved is BONE FISH POND, 64'X110' 3 bedroool and beach $6500
rooms. Luxury finishes. Bam- selling quickly.Located near the @ $49,000.00. pooo3018 Haven View: This is a 2991 Devonshire: 2 bed, 2-
boo flooring. Infinity heated poo. premier community of Old Fort, CONTACT 327-7621/2. #585 EXCLUSIVE beautiful location with bath duplex with central air, 2-
$3 400,000. this gated development will HARBOUR MEWS Newly breathtaking views, 2 bed, 3.5 security bars and tiled floors.
SBAY STREET: #191 A include underground utilities, PROPERTY FOR SALE refurbished and decorated bath, swimming pool, standby Each unit has laundry facility.
WEST BAY STREET #191TH A community center with two CARMICHAEL ROAD, townhouse with 2 bedrooms, generator and 2 dock spaces. $1500/pm.
MA s/ft house with ob tennis courts and community 117'X93' openplan living room, dining Just steps away from Paradise
sHI atey sdec/k 4 bedrooms 4-4-plex Foundation room, and kitchen, Large Island beach. $6500/pm. 2990 Blue Hill: Great building
se atory ec. una rooms now and all systems are go for down for Duplex) enclose patio, pool at perfect for day care center
aduzzi, cherrywood lo full infrastructure develop-ment! TEL: 324-7795 AFTER 7PM. oceanside. MUST SEE TO 2979 Caves Point: Second detailing 3 rooms and 2
ano more...$1,850,000. Lots starting from $89,900 APPRECIATE. $2,300 floor unit enjoying fantastic bathrooms, foyer entrance
gross. Call ERA today to select AVAILABLE 3 MONTHS OR views, great condition and fully area, fully equipped kitchen,
SANDYPORT:#763 DESIGN- your lot! I FOR RENT I LONGER. furnished. No hurricane tongue & groove wood ceilings
ER'S SHOWCASE...4 bed- I damage, roll down shutters. 24 and tile floors. This building has
rooms 3-1/2 baths in security indigo Orange Hill New #591 EXCLUSIVE VISTA hour gated and patrolled a Large yard in back, security
gated community with beach, development in Nassau, lots CABLE BEACH. SPACIOUS BELLA, CABLE BEACH security and 3 pools, bars and is situated in a very
tennis courts, children's play ranging from $120,000 to 2 BEDRM APT, SUNNY, EN- Ocean view apartment with 2 $5000/pm. central in high traffic area.
ground, docks. $1,800,000. $250,000. Ocean view CLOSED PATIO, $1,100. bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, $1100/pm.
residential lots are priced at FULLY FURN, EQUIPPED, AC, living/dining room patio, pool at 2992 Brigadoon Estates:
SEA BEACH:#1617 5 bed- $180,000 $250,000. Partial I-NET WIRED. BEACH, POOL oceanside and step to ocean. Furnished 3 bed, 2.5 bath
robms 4-1/2 baths home with ocean views are $150,000 RIGHTS. NEAR STORES, BUS $3500. spacious executive home with For more exciting listings,
maid's quarters. Overlooking Residential lots at $135,000 STOP. CAR NOT NEEDED. $3,500.covered patio, landscaped and Call us today at 393-1811 or
beach in gated community. Triplex lots are $120,000 to EXCELLENT VALUE. SEA- PHONE (242)394-4500, OR fenced yard, alarm system and 394-1494
Large pool and gazebo. $170,000. BAND COURT 27-7785 FAX (242)394-4501 garage. $5000/pm. Email us at
$562,000. CALL 3277785. nfo@eradupuch.com
Victoria Gardens Gladstone BEAUTIFULLY, FULLY FURN. 2977 Tuckaway Road: 3 bed, Search our website at
WINTON HEIGHTS: #1989 In RoaD Nassau newest 1 bed tudi., Apt kina size bed ? 5 bath home with central air, www.erabahamas.com
quiet neighbourhoo. 4 bed- development in quiet area. rad waik .r ,:ciel L.riI wAt er i'e-3 floors, enclosed yard,
rooms 3-1/2 aths split level Residential lots are $42,000 ,be :_ AC arr wasn.rQ .,,, ,lrage, recently refurbished FOR RENT
house on spacious lot. and duplex lots are $50,000. .1 Q ,~ 0 ,-.-- L ,,,1, ceiling fans throughout 2-BED, 2-BATH
$405,000. CALL TODAY TO RESERVE -,r, Cn be .:-- a,-,C well water. $2500/pm. FULLY
CALL TODAY TO RESERVE ,.,eed n.w Car, I, secured ....N
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traffic area. 3 bedrooms 2 baths Estate 185. Pa i7'"., *a 94- i 2. - 2 bed, 2 bath unit in gated
house, family and utility rooms. P. 0. Box SS-6650 complex featuring private white 2-BED, 2-BATH
Enclosed yard. $164,000. Nassau, Bahamas BOOTHS FOR RENT s ady beach, sparkling pool CONDO WH ENCLOSED
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or (242) l, Tecr, ri.i *Barer. ,. and expansive patio area, as PATIO, CABLE BEACH.
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT: 394-1494 a.:ie Tr,erap,-. well as lush and lovely gardens
#1945 Neat 2 bedrooms 1 bath Fax: (242) 394-1453 Call 41 5295 3i."-91558. and fish ponds.$2500/pm. 3-BED 2-BATH HOUSE WITH
house in good condition. Utility info@eradupuch.com BEAUTIFUL, 2-BED, 2-BATH FRONT AND BACK PATIOS,
room, enclosed yard. www.erabahamas.com EFFICIENCY in DANOTTAGE COTTAGE 3006 Tropical Gardens: ENCLOSED BACK PATIOS,
$120,000. EST fully turn cable ready Call COTTAGE 3006 Tropical Gardens: ENCLOSED YARD,
$120,000. EST fuy furn cable ready Call CENTRAL AIR, POOL GATED Modern 2 bed, 2.5 bath HIGHLAND PARK
GOLDEN GATES 1:#1982 PARADISE ISLAND 393-1825 IN CABLE BEACH. townhomes in gated complex
drom 2 hs l FOR SALE BY OWNER AVAILABLE FEB 10. featuring furnished and 3-BED, 2-BATH PENTHOUSE
bedroom 2 baths house, tiled FOR SALE BY OWNER EFFICIENCY with $2,050 PER MONTH. unfurnished units with ON CABLE BEACH.
Needs some TLC. $140,000. complete with approved plans full kitchen. 1 bedroom 1 bath- CALL: RICKY, 359-0179. appliances. Furnished unit rent
Best Buy in O.C.E.+ room furnished utilities included for $2200/pm and unfurnished TEL: 325-0005/323-4967.
CABLE BEACH: #1933 Cozy 1 2 individual home building lots SeaBreeze $500.00 per 1-BED, 1-BATH fully units with appliances rent for
bedroom 1 bath bachelor pad. on P.I. Dr. month.Ph: 324-5716. furnished EFFICIEN Y $2000/pm. FOX HILL ROAD
Furnished. Pool. $120,000. Contact: John Sitomer, EXCLUSIVE HOUSE TWY- $600 per month. For more exciting listings, SOUTH OFF BLANCO
VACANTLOT363-1525. NAM SUBD 3 bedroom double GARDEN HILLS #3. Call us today at 393-1811 or BLEACH
JACARANDA WEST: In gated MULTIgarage, fully automatic. Must Phone 341-7581. 394-1494 FOR RENT
community single family lots MULTI-FAMILY LOTS see to appreciate. Emallusat
90' x 120' from $110,000. Golden Gates, 60x157, $67K Rental or sale. 392-2443, or FOR RE Emao s adupuERco-BATH,
East St South, 3.1 Acres 324-6927. 3-bed, 2-bath unfurnished Search our website at FULLY FURNISHED,
FOR THESE AND MORE $425K 1 BED APARTMENT house, Nassau East North, www.erabahamas.com A/C, CEILING FAN,
S-CAL m M 1Bellot,. 79,0,g,5 ~K, Cwater, light 4 -abe8 ia uded available January 15, 2004. EL: 6R. ,2ED32
CACHRIT1EREAL 'SATE, a D, 03, 170K $550.00 $1,800 (negotiable. :F/L r:, A3 J' ,,
326 4800. -lall: Marshall Road, 75x110 $53K .cunty. Tel 636-56356'2 ''- 2,. ,'-, --: ,
saalos b, rlati.corn Phone (242)457-4009 Call 424-2897 ask for Eric. 4967,9am-upm. T 6-TEL:364-5,43r4-2329







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FURN 1-BED APT included in
rent, AC, sec/B, ceiling fan,
phdne, light, water, 1st & last +
sec. $675mthly. Suited for sin-
gle person. No kids/pets. 393-
3667.
FURNISHED BEDROOM APT
for rent. FoxDale Subd. All utilit-
ies .included. $575, 1st, last
month's rent, $350 sec. dep.,
Serious inquiries only.
Tel 364-2033.
FURNISHED PRIVATE room &
furnished Efficiency. Phone
328-8556.
GARDEN HILLS CONDO
2 bed, 1 bath, water incl.
$650 per month. Tel 323-1983.
GOLDEN GATES #2 COZY 2
BED' 1 BATH, ENCLOSED
YARD. SEMI-FURNISHED B/B,
A/C, C-FAN INCLUDES LIGHT,
WATER CABLE, PHONE. $850
PER MONTH. 361-2836.
LG RESTAURANT & 10 APT
on Seaside Cable Beach
By owner. 327-8587, 427-4833
MILLER'S HEIGHTS EFFIC
- $450.00 per month light, ca-
ble, & water included.
1 BEDROOM 1 BATHROOM
Apt $550.00 per month, cable,
stove, & water included. Move
in by Jan & that month is free
Only sec & last month needed.
Ph: Ms. Albury@ 394-5940
ext: 211 9 -5pm
NASSAU EAST: Semi-fumish-
ed 3 bed, 2 bath house, water
included. $1,300/PM.
Phone 328-2797.
NEW 3-BED, 2 1/2-BATH
CONDOMINIUM, INDIVIDUAL
GARAGE PARKING, CEN-
TRAL AIR, HILL TOP VIEW,
APPLIANCES INCLUDING
DISH WASHER, PRIVATE
ROAD. SOON GATED.
UNFURNISHED/FURNISHED
$1,500 $2.000 PER MONTH
PHONE 357-4454.
NEW EFFICIENCY
APARTMENT
Ideal for a single person, who
to save money. Located on the
Eastern end of the Island
Rent includes: fully furnished
apartment water, light, cable,
Tank of gas, washer & dryer
Secured premises Air condi-
tioned, enclosed yard private
entrance. Lease & deposit re-
quired. Rent $750 Serious in-
quires only. Tel 502-1407(d)
324-4909-324-5110 (n)
NEW, 2 BED, 1 BATH, semi
furnished central air Apt locat-
ed off Cowpen Rd. Unit com-
plete with ceiling fans, water,
cable & internet ready. $750,
First and last month and $400
security deposit required. Seri-
ous inquiries
Phone 424-1375, or 557-5108.
NEWLY BUILT fully furnihed 2
bed, 2 bath, Eastern area.
Phone 324-1662, or 423-2367.
Newly built spacious duplex in
quiet area. 2 bed 1 bath, water
included just five minutes from
SAC, St. Andrews and St.
Annes. 1st and Iast monthh+
$300 scurity'dep6sit. No'lids
or pets. Telephone: 364-5443


SORRENT |
NEWLY BUILT X-large 1 Oed,
apt fridge/stove/washer/dryer
central A/C, c-fans/b-bars
blinds & water.
Phone 557-1434.
NICELY FURNISHED ONE
BED, AIR CONDITION APART-
MENT, ALL UTILITIES IN-
CLUDED, ADULTS ONLY.
323-4365, 382-4373.
OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
large spacious, 2 bed, 1bath
apt.. Water, cable, prov. for
washer/dryer, enclosed yard.
Monthly rental $700, sec dep
$400.
CAII 341-4912, 557-0326.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT IN
CENTRAL LOCATION OFF
PALMDALE.
IDEAL FOR PSYCHOLOGIST,
SOCIAL WORKER, TUTOR
CALL 356-0545 FOR DE-
TAILS.
ONE BEDROOM Air condition
Efficiency, tiled floors,fenced.
All utilities included. Cable
ready 323-4365/356-2112
ONE FURNISHED ROOM FOR
RENT. OFF EAST STREET,
GROVE AREA. ONE SINGLE
MALE ONLY. ALL UTILITIES
INCLUDED. LIGHT, WATER,
CABLE, GAS, NO KIDS.
$400 TO MOVE IN, $130 BI-
WEEKLY.
CONTACT MS KEMP, 326-
0669.
PARADISE FISHERIES is
seeking a marine electrician, a
marine engineer mechanic and
two freezer technicians to work
in the freezer.
For further information please
contact us at phone 325-3301
or Fax us at 326-5147.
RENTAL
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
unfurnished Apt, Mt Vernon
A/C, prayer, washer, fridge,
stove. Rental. $900 per month.
Call 393-4994.
SANDILANDS VILLAGE RD -
2 bedroom, 1 bath burglar
bars, blinds, ceiling fans, carpet
and AC in bedrooms, living-
room set, stove, fridge,
$700/pm, (ready 1st January,
2005), 1st and last months rent
plus security deposit. 326-3481,
9-5, or 324-1432 after 7pm or
ask or Jan.
SANDILANDS VILLAGE
ROAD 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
burglar bars, blinds, ceiling
fans, carpet and AC in bed-
rooms, livingroom set, stove,
fridge $700/pm (ready 1st
January, 2005) 1st and last
months rent plus security de-
posit.
326-3481, 9-5, or 324-1432 af-
ter 7pm or ask for Jan.
SEA BEACH ESTATES, spa-
cious 2 bedroom, 2 bath, fully
furnished duplex apartment,
central air, Internet, cable, tele-
phone, television, dinnerware,
utensils, pots, linens, towels,
washer & dryer, private patio.
$1,800. p/m. all: 327-4017
VERY VERY LARGE FURN
APT. No kids/pets. All utilities
SInmd in rent. $750. First/last &
sep. 393-3667.


I FOR RENT |
SEA BREEZE
2 bed, 1 bath, water, sec bars,
c/air. $750 per month, 1st, last.
1 bed, 1 bath water, sec bar,
A/C, stove, fridge., $575 per
month, 1st, last month.
Tel 324-7376 5pm 364-3132.
SPACIOUS 2-BED, 1-BATH
living, dining, security bar, en-
closed yard. Marshall Road.
$650 per month, 1st and last.
341-4926, 392-7786, Ms Rolle
SPACIOUS UNFURNISHED 2
bedroom apt located on Mckin-
ney of Fire Trail Road in clean
quiet area. $650.00p/m. Call
324-3469 between 7:30am-
5:00pm or 341-4637 early
,morning and after 5:pm -
ST ALBANS DRIVE 1-bed 1
bath Apt, furnished, water and
gas, single person only, $690
monthly.
{Phone 356-6484, eve 323-
8408.
TASTEFULLY FURNISHED
Two (2) bedroom apartment in
a secure gated community, with
swimming pool and laundry
room, central air, Harmony Rd.
Off Unison Road. 356-3294 or
326-8424 for rent.
TOWERS OF CABLE BEACH
fully furnished 2 bedroom, 1 1/2
bath, beach front Apt w/spec-
tacular ocean view. located in
gated complex w/beautiful
beach, pool, laundry, patio, roll
down shutters. $2,500 per
month. 327-8135.
TOWNHOUSE 1-bed, 1-bath,
fully furnished, water and gas,
on St Alans Drive, $900 month-
ly. Phone 326-1514, eve 323-
8408.
TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT
$1000 per month First, last
month's rent, security deposit
Unfurnished willing to furnished
STAR ESTATES, EASTERN
DISTRICT OF NEW PROVI-
DENCE JUST BELOW NAS-
SAU EAST.
PHONE 457-5242, 324-4649
AFTER 8PM.
TWO (2) NEWLY RENOVAT-
ED, 2 bed, 1 bath unfurnished
apts located off Gladstone Rd,
in quiet area near church and
school; $650 per month, 1st
and last month; security dep.
$650 Water, blinds, fans, secur-
ity screen included.
No smoking/kids/pets.
Tel 341-1775.
NEW DELUXE spacious 2-bed,
1-bath Apt includes util rm,
w/washer, fridge, stove, A/C,
ceiling fans, blinds, & b/bars,
$750 per month with water
included. Located on Faith Ave
North close to Sir Milo Btler
Highway and available
immediately. Plaese message
at 392-1151.
2-. BED, 1- BATH APT
for rent $575 a month Allan
Drive of Golden Gates, First
and last, $400 security deposit,
Water and burglar bars and fan
included, Phonq., 893-5070 or
324-3834.after5. pm. ,, ",
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FOR RENT FOR RENT F ENT
TWO BEDROOM APT BOOTHS FOR RENT
For Rent. BOOTHS FOR RENT
Address: Bishop Way off Wind- Beautifully decorated for fully
sor Place Rd. equipped Salon.
Tel 393-1647. if 1 Nail Booth @ $85.00/wkly
1 Barber Booth @ $100/wkly
UNFURNISHED 1 bedroom 1 Pedicurist Station @ $50/wk i
Apt, water & light included, with P1ARA DISE 1 Massage Room @ $120/wkly|
fridge, stove and security A D )k Fully equipped or $400/wkly.
screens in the area of Golden Fully equipped or $400/ wkly
Gates Assembly Church, $600 ated. Located: Market St and Baha
per month with $300 security "Your Gated ma Ave. Please call 426-4154,1
deposit. Ph: 364-5471. Community Specialists or 361-5114 to view. ask for Ms!
Treasure Cove, Sandyport, Anastacia Johnson.
VERY SMALL FURNISHED Old Fort Bay, Lyford Cay ANDN 1eo o
STUDIO APT. Everything in- Let us take care of your family! BRAND NEW 1-bedroom spa-
cluded in rent, cable TV, light, cous Apt A/C, security bars,j
water, telephone, AC. 1st & last Exclusive Treasure Cove laundry room, walk-in closet,!
month's rent + sec $550. Suited R1107- Beautifully fum. 3/2 in cable & telephone ready with.
for a male. No kids/pets. 393- gated community! $2,700 beach right in quiet neighbour-1
3667. hood water included. $550.00,
VISTA MARINA Exclusive Treasure Cove 1st & last sec., house pets Wel-
VISTA MARINA TOWNHOUSE ExcRi v- 3/2 fumished home come. 322-2098 after 8pm,
2 BED, 2 1/2 BATH FULLY 3249-43/ 1u5is.ed home
FURNISH2 BED, 2 1/2 BATENNIS with pool in a gated community. 324-4115.
COURT, LAUNDRY, GYM, REDUCED $3,500 BRAND NEW APARTMENT -
POOL NEAR SHOPS, BUS. 2 bedroom, 1 bath apt, includ-
WATER INCLUDED, $2,500 Treasure Cove R1137- Fum. ing washer/dryer, security
F/L/S. 3/2 with pool. NICE! $3,500 screen doors & windows, cen-
PHONE 380-2255. tral air, enclosed yard. $750 per
Treasure Cove R1122- Fum. month, 1st & last rent along
WEST BAY ST Tastefully fur- 3/2 with garage, over 2000 sq. with $450 security deposit re-
nished, large 2-bed, 2-bath cot- ft. $3,600 quired.
tage with in walking distance to Call 359-7031, 422-2961 Juani-
beach. Includes A/C, ceiling Paradise Island R2022- Newly ta, or 502-2436, 8:30am-
fans, washer/dryer, cable furnished 2/2 condo with gor- 4:30pm, 535-0250, Yvette
ready, security bars, gas, en- geous sea views! $2,900 BRAND NEW APARTMENT
closed yard. A must see. COMPLEX
$1,400/mth Tel 525-7336, or Caves Point R2153- Fum. Spacious, nicely designed 1
636-0866. 3/3.5 condo with amazing Bedroom apts available in-
1-BED, APARTMENT very views! $5,000 cludes: Central A/C, fridge,
spacious, $550 per month, stove, free intemet access, wa-
$300 deposit, 1st and last Cable Beach R2140C- Furn. ter included, gated residence,
months. Light, water and cable 2/2 townhouse in gated com- intercom paging system, burgu-
included. Elizabeth Estate. Tel munity. $2,700 lar bars, plenty parking, coin
364-4642, 324-8652. operated washer & dryer now
Skyline Lakes R2142- Furn accepting applications for
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT for 2/2.5 and 3/2.5 townhouses in apartments rental located off
rent. Located on Pineyard Road the west. Starting at $2,000 Faith Ave close to texeco
(off Fox Hill Road) Bedroom is $610.00 per month
air conditioned. $425 per month Paradise Island R2133- Fum Call: 477-6102 for inquires
(water included). First & last 3/3 penthouse with harbour CABLE BEACH MANOR
deposit rent plusd Cal 324-security views. $5,500 Large, charming oceanfront 2
48deposit required.bed, 2 bath, up balcony, great
4812. Compass Pointe R2134- Fum view, $1,800. Right on an ex-
FOR RENT Executively furnish- 1/1 hilltop condo with views and cellent beach, pool. congenial,
ed 2 bedroom one bath house community pool. $1,200 (4 attractive setting and ambiance.
with large tiled front porch units) Good security, night watchman.
Beautifully landscaped en- Fully furnished and equipped,
closed yard with concrete drive- Paradise Island R2130 Furn AC, sat TV cable, laundry,
way with gate for privacy and 2/1 townhouse with comm. lounge with books, free tel. i-net
security. Water and gas includ- pool. $2,800 wired. Water, gas incl. Great lo-
ed located in private sub-divi- cation: Near shops, bus stop.
sion north off Mackey St. quiet Paradise Island R2140C- Un- No need or a car.
and safe area. must see to ap- furn and furn new townhouses Call 327-7785 now
preciate $1,100 p/m unfurnish- in quiet comm. Starting at CABLE BEACH MANOR.
Phed $1,275 p/014 furnished $5,500 Large charming 2-bed, 2-bath
FOX HILL ROAD SOUTH off San Souci R1118- Fum 3/2 $1,oceanf800ront argue charminp, great 1-bed,
Blanco Bleach for rent one bed- home with pool and enclosed oceanfront, up $1,500. Ocean-
room, one bath, fully furnished, yard. $3,200 front studio, ground floor, $900
A/C, ceiling fan, water included. Right on excellent beach, pool.
364-346, or 324-2329. Sandyport R2123- Nicely furn. Congenial, attractive setting
2/2 on canal, great views! and ambiance. Good security,
FULLY FURNISHED Efficiency $3,500 night watchman. Fully furnished
separate kitchen A/C, ceiling and equipped, A/C, sat TV, ca-
fan, cable b/bar, light and water Old Fort Bay R1111- 3/3 1/2 ble, laundry, lounge with books,
incl. Quiet area Eastern Estate furn home on canal. $15,000 free tel, i-net wired. Water, gas
Single person. no children. incl. Great location.
$650 mth hofirst lasne $300 se- Lyford Cay- Fum. homes in Call 327-7785 now!
exclusive community. Starting CABLE BEACH, 2 bed, 1 bath.
JOE FARRINGTON at $8,500 Phone 324-4881.
2 bedroom 1 bath Central air
water included 1st & last + Paradise Island R1044- 2/3 ELIZABETH ESTATES: 1-BED
Security Tel: 395-0804 fum. villa with pool. $3,500 APARTMENT very spacious
$550, First & last months rent is
CARMICHAEL ROAD Multi For more rental listings call required plus $300 deposit.
family lot in Golden Gates No 2 Paradise Real Estate 325-3000 Light, water and cable is includ-
off Carmichael Road. 60'x155' Or visit ed or Information
Zoned for a tdplex;700.e ,,Te ,.pAdi Please call 364-442' daytime,
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I FOR RENT I
1-BEDROOM APT FOR RENT
$550 PER MONTH, $400 DEP.
SEMI-FURNISHED, WATER
INCLUDED. BAMBOO TOWN
392-5094,535-5662.
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
BISHOP WAY OFF WINDSOR
PLACE RD. TEL 393-1647.
2 BEDS, 1-1/2 BATH, town-
house, St Albans Drive, fully
furnished, water and gas in-
cluded, $900 monthly.
St ALBANS DRIVE, 1 bed, 1
bath furnished apartment, in-
cludes water and gas, $650
monthly.
FULLY FURNISHED 1 bed,
1 bath apartment, St Albans
Drive, includes water and gas,
single person, $500 monthly.
1 BED, 1 BATH TOWNHOUSE
APARTMENT, fully furnished,
water and as included, located
on St Albans, drive, $800
monthly.
Tel: 325-0318 or, 326-1514,
evenings 323-8408.
2-BED, 1 1/2 BATH TOWN-
HOUSE, St Albans Drive, fully
furnished, water and gas in-
cluded, $975 monthly. Phone
325-0318, eve 323-8408.
2-BED, 1 1/2-BATH Apt for
rent. $850 per month. Southern
Heights. Fridge, stove, washer,
dryer, microwave, central air.
First, last & $450 secuirty.
341-4701.
2-BED, 1-BATH (very large),
South Beach, A/C, ceiling fan,
security screens $550 per
month. 1st and last + $300 se-
curity deposit. 392-8950.
2-BED, 1-BATH APT off John-
son Rd fridge/stove C/A, W/D,
cable and tel ready call 502-
8147 before 4 pm,
454-4682 after 4pm.
2-BED, 1-BATH HOUSE
IN YELLOW ELDER FOR
RENT. YARD FENCED IN,
BURGLAR BAR. $650 PER
MONTH, 1ST & LAST MONTH
RENT & SECURITY DEPOSIT
$550 CALLED. PH 323-3355,
OR 423-5477 CELL
2-BED, 1-BATH. Washer
& dryer, fridge & stove. central
A/C, a31-r $850
Ti 55.7-9125.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
For rent Gamble Heights
(South Beach) A/C, security
bars, water, $650 per month,
first and last month rent plus
security deposit, couples only,
no pets. Phone 361-4035.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH cottage
style home, Greenwood Rd off
Village Rd, very quiet, dead
end road. Fully furnished cen-
tral A/C throughout, cable TV,
big yard, beautifully landscaped
Water +cable included. $1500
per month. Available Jan 1,
2005, 357-7205, 393-3505.
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOUSE
FOR RENT, PARTIALLY FUR-
NISHED! .SEA .IBREEZE.
PREFERABLY' TEAGI-ERS.;
TEL-324-7.16'.,"' ,*-',' .C" ''


I FOR RENT
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Torwn
house. Frioge, stove, micro-
wave, dishwasher, garbage dis-
posal, water included. Washer
& dryer available $1500.00
Avail Jan 14th Tel: 422-3440
APARTMENT TO SHARE
Christian female to share parti-
ally furnished apt, only bed
needed. Preferably a teacher.
$350/pm, $700 to move in plus
$175 security deposit required.
Only serious inquires need ap-
ply. Tel 341-8202, 341-3636.
AVAILABLE JAN 20, 2005
ATTRACTIVE ONE BEDROOM
FURNISHED APT
CENTRAL LOCATION,
NICE AREA,
CLEAN SURROUNDINGS.
$580 PER MONTH.
$300 SECURITY.
TEL 436-9097.
SERIOUS CALLS ONLY.
BACARDI ROAD off Carmi-
chael Road, 2 bed, 1 bath with
burglar bars, $650 per month
including electricity and water.
Tel 423-2674, and 362-1021 af-
ter 6pm.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS
Coming in February to
East St South
PRIVATE BOOTHS For Rent
$100/$120 per week.
NAIL TECH BEAUTICIANS
FOR BARBERS
Includes: Central Air, Cable,
Light, Water, Receptionist &
Maid Services
Qualification: Professional, ma-
ture & experience in work field,
with own clientele & the abili-
ty to work well with others.
serious inquiries only Phone
423-2475.
1 BEDROOM SPACIOUS APT
for rent. Fridge & stove includ-
ed. South Beach Estates. Tel
392-1221 after 6pm.

I WANTS
TO SHARE
LADY seeks roorm-mae ic.
share home at $100.00 per
week. Utilities included. Phone
393-8201.


WANTED
A HONEST RESPONSIBLE
hardworking settled lady with
car, over 10 years experience
in housekeeping, caring for the
elderly, babysitting, days
worked seeks job as live-in,
live-out helper preferably in the
Lyford Cay or Oldfort Bay area.
Salary negotiable please call
324-2259.
SERIOUS, HARDWORKING
MAN seeks job to care for
home (here or abroad). Contact
535-0855.
LADY seeks job as housekeep-
er, baby sitting care for elderly,
454-7770.
'LADY SEEKING' LIVE-IN JOB,


I POSITION
WANTED
TEL: 394-5802, 636-8400
MAID SERVICE, HOUSE-
KEEPER, BABYSITTER
NEED YOUR HOUSE CLEAN
NEED A JOB FAST, AND ONE
THAT CAN LAST
NEED TO EXPOSE THAT
CHEATING HUSBAND/WIFE
NEED COUNSELING, ON
YOUR MARRIAGE
PRIVATE SECURITY SERV-
ICES AVAILABLE
NEED HOUSE/APARTMENT
RENOVATIONS
PRIVATE INVESTIGATION
SERVICES
GIVE YOUR GIFTS TO CHAR-
ITY HELPING THE LESS FOR-
TUNATE FOOD, CASH,
CLOTHING
CALL 394-5802, 636-8400.
MAN seeks job as skilfull
Maintenance Helper.

Please call Mr Wilkinson
Francois at cell 551-0729
or
Tel 242-333-2150.

S TUITION

ST ANDREW'S
PRESBYTERIAN KIRK
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
DAYS: Monday- Thursday
Time: 3:15pm 6:00pm.
Phone 322-5475
E-mail: thekirk@batelnet.bs.

| HELP WANTED
BUSINESS MANAGER need-
ed
SKils required:
. Must know how to use Quick-
books. Proficiently
- Retail experience preferred.
- Bachelor's Degree in
business, marketing preferred.
- Must have clean driving &
police record.
- Must have character
references
Submit resume to:
meldatrading@hotmail.com.
EXPERIENCED GUARDS
NEEDED
PART-TIME/FULL TIME
POS-ITIONS AVAILABLE
FOR APPOINTMENT CALL
393-2162
(WE DO NOT DISCRIMINATE
UT POSITIONS REQUIRES
SERIOUS MALE OFFERS AT
THIS TIME.
EXQUISITE
BARBR & NAIL SALON
We are looking for 5 Nail Tech
& 4 Barbers for Booth Rental
Must have clientele.
, Opening Jan 10/05
hone 394-7162/424-3118.
Serious inq. only. .. ''
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I HELP WANTED I
HANDYMAN needed lo work.
Phone 394-3507.
HANDYMAN needed.
Tel 394-0141.
HOUSEKEEPER/BABYSIT-
TER needed. General house-
keeping and to care for toddler.
362-5233 after pm.
COMPUTER INFORMATION
SYSTEMS MANAGER
FOR A LEADING RETAIL
COMPANY HEADQUAR-
TERED IN NASSAU, BAHA-
MAS
JOB DESCRIPTION: THE CIS
MANAGER WILL BE RESPON-
SIBLE FOR ALL COMPUTER
AND TECHNOLOGY RELAT-
ED NEEDS FOR THE ENTIRE
COMPANY.
TASKS INCLUDE: TROUBLE-
SHOOTING, ROUTINE MAIN-
TENANCE, HARDWARE AND
SOFTWARE UPGRADES,
MANAGEMENT CONSULTA-
TION, AND A ONGOING
KNOWLEDGE OF INDUSTRY
LEADING TRENDS.
REQUIRED: A MINIMUM OF 3
YEARS OF MANAGEMENT
EXPERIENCE; A MINIMUM OF
5 YEARS OF INFORMATION
SYSTEMS RELATED WORK
EXPERIENCE; FAMILIARITY
WITH POS SYSTEMS; FAMIL-
IARITY WITH CURRENT VI-
RUSES AND VIRUS PROTEC-
TION SOFTWARE; SELF MO-
TIVATED; AND AN ABILITY
TO WORK UNSUPERVISED;
A BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN
CIS OR A RELATED FIELD IS
REQUIRED, A MASTER'S DE-
GREE IS PREFERABLE.
INTERESTED PARTIES,
SEND YOUR RESUME TO
THE HUMAN RESOURCES
MANAGER AT PO BOX 19099-
SS, NASSAU, BAHAMAS.
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
needed. Responsibilities in-
clude: General house cleaning
& babysitting duties. Must be
able to speak Spanish. Call
362-6344 for more details.
LIVE-IN
HOUSEKEEPER/BABYSITTER
needed. Call 557-3520.
LIVE-IN MAID needed. Call
361-6803. Only serious per-
sons need apply.
MACHINE OPERATOR ME-
CHANIC Must have 8 to 10
years experience in paper con-
verting. Minimum age 30 years.
Apply in writing to: The General
Manager, PO Box N7675.
ONE SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Must have 5 years or more field
experience with servicing com-
mercial and Industrial refrigera-
tion and air conditioning9 sys-
tems. Must possess a diploma
from an accredited school in
HVAC/R and EPA certification.
Successful candidate will be
able to supervise projects and
assist with scheduling. Fax re-
sume to: 363-5130.
OFFICES SECRETARY
needed computer literate, well
organized, strong communica-
tion skills, knowledge of running
ap office.
Send r6sumen-t: E-m ili .'-'- .
'island Oursbsidyaioo dm ,'i-i : *''
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I HELP WANTED I
NEW COMPANY seeking per-
sons to fill the following posi-
tions:
Office Managers
Bartenders
Bar backs
Waitresses
Security Guards
Interested persons should visit
#192 Market Street, (orange
and white building opposite Re-
al Deal). Interview hours are
9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm,
beginning Tuesday, January 4,
2005.
Please bring the following
items: Two (2) recent passport
photos, A Health certificate, A
Recent copy of police record, A
copy of the first 2 pages of
passport, National Insurance
number.
NEWSPAPER COMPANY
seeks EXPERIENCED Sports
Writer. Transportation a must.
All interested persons are
asked to contact Alicia,
322-6325, or 322-7209
NURSES & HEALTH AIDES
NEEDED FOR HOME CARE.
SUBMIT RESUME TO:
PO BOX 50200, NASSAU.
PEARL ISLAND/NASSAU
HIRING
Grill Cook Bartender
Snorkel Guides Stingray
Guides
Call 427-1083, Mon-Fri,
10:00 -11:00
SALES DRIVERS WANTED
Applications are invited for the
position of Sales Drivers with
Aquapure Water Ltd. Candi-
dates must be at least 23 years
old, self-motivated, disciplined,
and possess the following:
1) Three to five years sales ex-
perience
2) Basic Maths, English and
handwriting skills
3) A clean Police Record
4) A valid driver's licence
5) A good safety record
6) The ability to drive standard
shift vehicles
Salary is commission driven
and employees have benefits
including the company's group
health.
Interested persons are asked to
call 394-7873, ext 133 between
9am and 5pm.
SALES PEOPLE WANTED
Must have a valid drivers' li-
cense. Must be computer liter-
ate. Must be enthusiastic. Ben-
efits include salary plus com-
mission.
For more information phone
325-3653.
SALON IN DOWNTOWN area
WANTS TO EMPLOY A
BEAUTICIAN, PART TIME OR
FULL TIME.
CALL 356-3032, TO VIEW
AND FOR DETAILS.
SMCS Is recruiting staff for new
restaurant opening in February
2005. ph: 356-0394/5
SMCS Is recruiting male waiters
for full service restaurant. Must
be able to work shifts.
Ph: 356-0394/5
HANDYMAN ne ed to -work
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HELP WANTED
BUS DRIVER WANTED
For route 19th, documents up
dated, mature, honest &
reliable Call: 477-3792
LARGE JEWELRY STORES
SEEKS
MANAGER
REQUIREMENTS:
Self-motivated/Strong inter-
personal skills
Minimum of 5 years experi-
ence in Management/Sales
Excellent communication
Skills.
Computer literate.
Flexible to work long hours.
Strong Supervisory skill/ability
to train a staff of up to 20
years.
Must be organized and detail
oriented.
BENEFITS:
Medical & life insurance/sick
time/vacation time
Generous incentive & com-
mission program
Salary commensurate with
qualifications & experience.
Our Stores provides a comfort-
able, pleasant working environ- -
ment.
RE: Manager
Fax: 242-326-1747
Email:
itsgroup@coralwave.com
Deadline: Friday 14, January,
2005.
IF YOU ARE A QUALIFIED
RECEPTIONIST with Hotel
training and experience in
guest relations, Please call
363-2523, ext 300.
COMPUTER COMPANY needs
computer repair and networking
technician.
Interested applicants can
send resumes and relevant
information to: PO Box N9071,
or via E-mail to:
info@bahamas-biz-
directory.com
ATTN: Computer Technician
Vacancy,

Primo Models &
Management
"Bahamas Premier Model
Management Company"
Looking for models for 2005.
Sign up to day. Accepting
persons ages 10 years & older
Call us today and book your
space 394-6966/7or e-mail
primomodels@coralwave.com
website:
www.primoholdings.com
HOUSEKEEPER needed to
work 5 days per week. Please
send resume to: PO Box
N8919.
LIVE-IN Housekeeping/Baby-
sitting needed to care for
elderly person. Ph: 422-5226.
BUS DRIVER WANTED FOR
ROUTE #19, DOCUMENTS UP
DATED MATURE, HONEST &
RELIABLE. CALL 477-3792.
LIVE- .-N ,.,MAID. -wanted:.,
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HELP WANTED BUSINESS BUSINESS ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES I
SPORTS BAR SERVICES SERVICES FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE
SPORTS BAR
INTERNATIONAL GARBAGE COLLECTION C&D TWENTY-FOUR HOUR EXTRA LARGE Stainless steel 8FT CUSTOM SHOWCASE Wetsuit Brand New
324-1222 For all your private and person- NURSING SERVICES EXTs $50.00-$70.00 Cooler steal a deal. Ladies Wetsuit size small
Is now hiring cooks, bartenders, al garbage collections. ENTERPRISES Non stick frying pans 1 Centre floor shelving stands 110 bs to 1401bs
waitress and maids. You have 325-8226, 557-3872, 382-2933 Offers excellent, reliable home $18.00-$21.00 with shelves. Black in colour, brand new -
to be willing to work shifts. care nursing services for man- 8-speed blenders $39.99 1 Wall shelving Unit (10 Oft long), never worn
Call for appointment. agement of acute and chronic Proctor silex toasters $19.99 Tel 359-0711. 5/4mm Neoprene
illnesses, appropriated to suit 1-burner propane gas stoves FOR SALE YKTia Liningr
URGENT 20 Distributors need- your health care needs. Call $39.99 FOTRn headboards, mattress- YKK Zipper
ed for World's Most Powerful 544-2957. Children's back pack 2 for 2 Twin headboards, mattress- Ankle and Cuff Seals
ed for World's Most Powerful Children's back pack 2 for es, boxing, 2 bedside tables, Double Blind Stitched and Glu-
PhoAnti-Aging Food4349052. 7021582. COMPUTER SALES NET- 8 pcs full size comforter sets sheet chest, six drawer dresser ed Seams
PhWORKING. & REPAi SERV- $7500 and tall five drawer dresser. Finemesh Chest and Back
W" A NTE~ ICES UPGRADES. VIRUS & 8 oz wig spray2 for 8.00 Sale $250.00. Call 324-7872. $300 ono
MARKETAN ISTANT PWARE REMOVAL. POINT Realistic cream relaxer system FU TURE FOR Call 327 7797 if interested
MARKETING ASSISTANT SFTE FURNITURE FOR SALE
For Large Relail Company L $5.50 Queen size bed $300 CREAM & EMERALD GREEN
ODules m, includee oui are roT CALL BIAS LTD AT 3 700 African pride no lye relaxer 6 pc Living Room Set $550 5 pc Bed set $500
lirnie-d 10: =, ELECTRICAL SERVICES system $5.50 19in Colour TV $175 Tan colour Bed Set 4 pc $500
Oversees daiiy communica- L.,r,ling ihlure. Cir,,u. Anal Ph: 356-0008 Microwave $75. Beautician Hydraulic Chair
inn Ic, Business Associaes .., Pr:,ne a-a ColeW g an 3 Bar Stools $60 $350
Laison erweer' Managemeni i TeI 46-1332. r 326866 ITEMSF FOR SALE Night Stand $50 Cream House Fitness Gym set
.,na Business Asscaies A LIFE TIME GIFT Hooked on Phonics, $175 Tel 323-1983. $340
MarKeting or Company and YOUR BABY'S FIRST WORN HOUSE & APARTMENT layer DVD movie, CLEARANCE SALE Cream Colour Floral Sofa $180
products. SHOES OR SOCKS PLANS $99.95 PANSAT CLEARANCE SALE Cream Bookshelf & TV Stand
*Data Entry and record keep- Kept forever in Available in different designs. Candy Machine w/candies/ New Receives Programmed $125
ing Bronze, Gold or Silver Phone 322-4128 gums, $9999 (PPV Sports, Porn, TV Guide) Tel 341-6098
The success candidate Alme3 h 5 5 ne j Canon Camera $99 99 Tel 395-5483. HP PRINTER/FAX/SCANNER
should possess the'follow- ARTICLES Ti 361.-.,4- WITH INK CARTRIGES
ing qualification: LOOK!! LOOKII FOR SALE NEW PANSAT CARDLESS FOR SALE.
SExcellent communication & or- LOOK!!! ITEMS FOR SALE ALL PPV & ADULT CHAN- CALL 356-0545
ganizational skills Commercial or Residential ROPER (BY' WHIRLPOOL) 6 NELS WIDE OPEN.
Problem solving and interper- Carpet Shampoo PLAY STATIONS PS2 AND CYCLE WASHER (WHITE) 1994 .2 LITRE CHEVY -
sonal skills $25.00 per room. XBOX $300 $460.00 USED BOAT ENGINE START- ENGINE FOR SALE, $450
Must have proficient computer Floor Buffing GAME BOY ADVANCEISP ROPER (BY WHIRLPOOL) EX ING AT $300 FOR WHOLE ENGINE
skills. $25.00 per room. $175 LARGE 4 CYCLE GAS DRYER CALL MR ROLLE 380-2323. 1 CAMSHAFT $50
Self motivated, with the ability Floor Grout Cleaning CALL 525-8929 (WHITE) $400.00. 1 CAMSHAFT $100
and willingness to learn. Window Cleaning $3p.w. 3 1/2 HP LAWN MOWER, 2 Bedside Tables, vanity 2 HEADS $200
Upholstery Cleaning PORCELAIN TILES SALE $185. w/stool & mirror, sheet chest, 2 PISTONS $25 EACH
Please send resume to: Maid Service, Office and 12x12 porcelain tile look like ALL ITEMS BAND NEW trash basket, six drawer dress- 1 INTAKE MANIFOLD $50
REF: Marketing Assistant, Stores, Daily Janitorial Care. marble @ very good price. CALL 457-2421 FOR INFOR- er w/mirror and five drawer tall IN GREAT RUNNING CONDI-
PO Box SS-6327 Water extraction. $5 per tile, retailing @ $8.50 MATION. dressser. Sale $250. TION SWAPPED OUT FOR
Fax: 326-1747, Gift Certificate available For further information call Call 324-7872. BIGGER ENGINE.
E-mail Call: Xtreme Clean 427-9713, or 364-5961. TENT SALE PHONE 322-7954
itsgroup@coralwave.com Ph: 341-6633 or 324-7665 SALE! SATURDAY, JAN 8, 2005 A-1 PAYLESS
Deadline: Friday 14, January, (all -of The above are starting Barber Chair $400 50% 85% GAS OR ELEC WATER HEAT-
2005. prices) Glass Table $115 ONE DAY ONLY TER $200
Book shelf $100 EVERYTHING MUST GO!! GAS R ELEC DRYER FR $200
WANTED: PADI open water PERSONAL ASSISTANT/ Sofa Set $450 CARMICHAEL ROAD GAS OR ELEC FAMILY
scuba Instructor. Must have ac- SECRETARIAL SERVICES Gym Set $340 NEXT TO CHECKERS CAFE STOVE FR 250
tive teaching status. A minimum ... Phone 341-6098 TOYS, SILK ARRANGE- IRON SAFE LARGE FIRE
of 5 years experience and able Specializing in: MENTS, TREES, PLANTS, PROOF $499 A 3
to repair all related equipment. Self-employed Entrepreneurs ONE USED REFRIGERATOR HOME DECOR, UNIQUE GIFT 3 BAR STOOL WITH BACK
Qualified persons please reply businesses IN GOOD CONDITION, $350 ITEMS. ETC. AND MUCH $150
to: C2301-A, c/o The Tribune, *Executives MORE!! MATTRESS SET' ALL SIZE
PO Box N3207, Nassau. Business Travelers, etc. ONE USED STOVE, $200 FROM $75 fi
Managing and Organizing QUEEN SIZE SOFA FR $200 A
www.Bahamas.Gour.Net Professional and busy ONE USED 3-TON BLOWER QUEEN SIZE SOFA BED FR
requires sales agents to sell ad- people's lives FOR CENTRAL AIR SYSTEM ; $299
vertising space on a tourism in- $250 FILING CABINET LEGAL & LE-
ternet product. Previous sales Available:Hourly, Daily, Weekly $250 .. GAL $75
experience desirable, also Business Travel. PHONE 341-2570, 427-8077 WHEEL CHAIR & WALKER
For more information call: Alain f .r; $250
at: 502-3200. Call 361-5052 or 427-7641. ITEMS FOR SALE 'B ,, TEL 362-6040 E I
UNDER $50 TNI CUbHELP WANTED
YOUNG LADY needed to work Baby cribs, shoes, clothes high BRAND NEW (STILL SEALED)
in a small convenience store. THE GYM TENNIS CLUB chair, etc GRAND THEFT AUTO SAN A US BASED COMPANY
Tel 544-4025 WINTON MEADOWS Tel 356-4127 Mr/Mrs Rolle ANDREAS FOR PS2) $90.00 seeks success driven Sales
The Centre for BABY G WATCHES $40 Leaders to promote unique, pa-
ABACO ARCHITECT WANT- Tennis In the LOSE 10-LBS IN 10 DAYS PHONE 302-5128,362-2148. tented, lifestyle products global-
ED Achitect/Assistant with ex- East! with Suddenly Slim 10 Day Kit. ly from Freeport home base. 6
perience in all aspects of archi- Only $100. Call 636-9614. TO HEALTH, HAPPINESS & 3 HUGE DSS Receivers $25 figure ++ US dollar income po-
tectural practice. Must be will- HARMONY each. Call 636-9614 tential. Verifiable, comm.
ing to relocated. Salary negoti- ONE USED APT SIZE STOVE BE WISE HARMONIZE!! based. Call now to position
ble. Send resume to: PO Box $150. TEL 393-3816. 1 D VIyourself in one of our top sales
AB-20006, Marsh Harbour, Cell phone EMF Harmonizer A-1 PAYLESS teams. 24 hour info line.
Abaco, Bahamas. TENNIS LESSONS USED PLAYSTATION 2 Protect yourself now! $60.00 TODAY TO SUNDAY 242-533-6470.
for FOR SALE $250, VALUE $350 Harmonizers dangerous Laptop Computer Toshiba only
I BUSINESS Children and Adults Features: a PLAYSTATION EMF waves. $350 BRADFORD
i| console, 1 video game, 1 con- Emitted by cell phones. Computer complete Fr $250 GRAND BAHAMA, LTD.
SERVICES Starting at $50.00 per month troller, 1 memory card and 1 RF Computer Monitors & Printer A yatch and ship repair facility
Adapter. "If you got brakes for your car, TV Cable (all sizes) Fr $75 in Freeport, is looking for an in-
MAKE YOUR CELL WORK Tel 324-0168, Steffon Cooper, you should have a Harmonizer Apt or Family Fridge Fr $250 dividual with good customer re-
FOR YOUI 323-5714/45-7535, Karen for your Cell Phone. Whirlpool side by side. Almond. lations and boat handling skills,
FREE GOLD SUBSCRIPTION Cooper). Water & Ice in door only $499 and is experienced in operating
SUBSCRIBE NOW AND SAVE Distributors Wanted Washers Whirlpool Fr $250 the boats and is qualified and
UP TO $1,000 ANNUALLY. WAREHOUSE CLEANING Treadmill Elect Fr $200 certified diver.
FOBMORE INFORMATION. SALE Andrd: 323-4365 or 382-4373 Exercise Bicycle Fr $70 Interested .persons should. fax
CALLDIGrITALDISCOUNTS. -., -,:,-,Carpenter andhouseholdtools Vance: 393-0565 pt Washer- Dryer- Stack Fr esulme' to- 242-352-7695, or
394-2732, OR E-MAILcUS'AT-n rOr info Call 30 9.', and supplies, Sandiland Road Lynden: (242)357-1230 e-mail to: dan1bradford-grand
digltaldiscounts@batelnet.bs 3227th Nov 9-5 am Tel: 324-0012 337-430 TEEPHONE 62040 bahama-com.


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