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Place of Publication: Nassau Bahamas
Publication Date: March 12, 2005
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Volume: 101 No.91


SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2005


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BHCAWU hits Gone, but not forgotten


out after 1I I


members are


terminated


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter,
THE Bahamas Hotel Cater-
ing and Allied Workers'
Union has accused the Nas-
sau Yacht Club of union bust-
ing after the private facility
terminated 11 union members
yesterday, during the height
of contract negotiations.
The remaining workers at
the private club, it was
claimed, have not been prop-
erly certified to deal with food
preparation.
Union secretary general
Leo Douglas said that the
BHCAWU had been in nego-
tiations with management
since the present five-year
contract expired last Novem-
ber.
Among the issues on the
table are health insurance,
vacation and sick days, roster
hours and Christmas bonus-
es.
Mr Douglas claimed that
despite their negotiating in
good faith and the fact that
the union had accepted a
number of concessions in the
contract, the Nassau Yacht
Club, without warning or jus-
tification, terminated 11 of the
19 employees Friday morning.
Mr Douglas said it is against
Department of Labour regu-
lations for employees to be
terminated in the midst of
contract negotiations.
He believes it was a clear
ease of union busting.
According to shop steward
and union treasurer
Aremintha Butler, union rep-
resentatives, labour officials
and management had been
meeting most of Thursday to
discuss the contract and they
left the meeting with both
sides agreeing to review the
changes.
However, she said that to
the absolute shock and sur-
prise of the employees who
reported to work on Friday
morning, all of the unionised
employees received letters of
termination effective immedi-
ately. She said it was strange
because most of the employ-
ees had already been placed
on the work roster up to
March 16.
The letter read in part, "We
sincerely regret having to
advise you that your employ-
ment with the Nassau Yacht
Club is terminated with
immediate effect."
Enclosed with the letter was
a cheque which included sev-


erance pay, accrued vacation
pay and Christmas bonuses in
varying amounts, dependent
on the employee.
The letter was signed by
Harold Sauer, manager. How-
ever, the union has instructed
its members not to cash the
cheques.
According to Ms Butler,
after being issued the letters
the employees were locked
out of the East Bay Street
club.
The union has filed a com-
plaint with the Department of
Labour and has requested a
meeting with management.
Mr Douglas noted that this
was the first time the union
has had a problem with the
club.
In addition, Mr Douglas
claimed that at present the
restaurant is being run by the
remaining employees who are
SEE page 11


* STUDENTS of Albury Sayle Primary School held a memorial service for their fellow student, seven-year-old
Samantha Meadows, at the school yesterday. Samantha and her mother died in a house fire earlier this week. See page
three.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson)


700 illegal immigrants



repatriated this year


Tomm brnquet: S


* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
FNM leader Tommy Turnquest
warned yesterday that the US' latest
branding of the Bahamas as one of the
"major money laundering countries"
could once again lead to the country
being black-listed.
He is calling on government to offer a
proactive response to the State Depart-
ment's International Narcotics Control
Strategy Report released earlier this
month.
The Bahamas, along with the United
States, was listed among 55 other coun-
tries as a "Country/Jurisdictions of Pri-
mary Concern" when it comes to money
laundering. Other countries joining the
Bahamas on the list include the United
Kingdom, Japan and Canada.
"This means that once again our
nation's second most significant industry
is under attack and faces major threat,"
said Mr Turnquest at a press confer-
ence held Friday at FNM headquarters.
He believes that "a firm, serious and


proactive response" is now necessary,
before the situation deteriorates.
"Fair or unfair, the US' branding of
the Bahamas as a jurisdiction of pfima-
ry concern is a serious one and has
potential to revive efforts by the FATF
(Financial Action Task Force) and
OECD (Organisation for Economic
Cooperation and Development) to list
the Bahamas once again as an uncoop-
erative jurisdiction in the fight against
money laundering," said Mr Turnquest.
A 'major money laundering country' is
defined in the report as a one "whose
financial institutions engage in currency
transactions involving significant
amounts of proceeds from international
narcotics-trafficking".
The category of 'primary concern'
includes all "countries and other juris-
dictions whose financial institutions
engage in transactions involving signifi-
cant amounts of proceeds from all seri-
ous crime," the report stated.
However, the report added that the
SEE page 11


* By PACO NUNEZ
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE Bahamas has repatriated more
than 700 illegal immigrants so far this
year, the Immigration Enforcement
Unit reported yesterday.
Figures released Friday by William J
Pratt, the commanding officer of the
unit, indicate that the total cost for
repatriating illegal migrants between
January 1 and March 9 was $207,260.
William McDonald, the assistant
director of immigration, said that the
Enforcement Unit has made a
"tremendous effort" so far this year,
but the Bahamas has "a long way to
go" in addressing the problem of illegal
immigration.
"I think my officers are doing an
excellent job," he said.
Those repatriated include 601
Haitians, 98 Jamaicans, three Ameri-
cans, six Colombians, four Guyanese,
one Mongolian, one Canadian, two
Dominicans, one Peruvian, one Fil-
ipino and one Turkish national.
Mr McDonald acknowledged that
the repatriation process is a costly one,
but said it is "something we have to
do".
There were 2,500 illegal immigrants
repatriated in 2004 at a cost of more
than $500,000 to the Bahamas.


Commenting on yesterday's figures,
Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell
said that the cost of repatriation exer-
cises is "clearly a factor" for the
Bahamas.
That is why government is also work-
ing to find a solution to the "ultimate
issue" of the political and social insta-
bility in Haiti, he said.
The figures show that immigration
officials are doing "a good job" in the
ongoing efforts to combat illegal immi-
gration, said Mr Mitchell. "The immi-
gration officers should be thanked and
encouraged to go on doing their work."
He added that the Bahamian public
should also remain "watchful and dili-
gent" when it comes to the illegal immi-
gration situation in the country.
On Wednesday, Mr Mitchell
announced that the Bahamas has
joined the International Organisation
on Migration, a specialised agency of
the United Nations.
A representative of the organisation
is currently in Nassau examining border
control management and organising a
national illegal immigrant count, he
said.
Mr Mitchell said that the Bahamas
has not asked for assistance with the
cost of repatriating illegal immigrants,
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Harrold Road Development




Project deadline pushed back


* By NATARIO
McKENZIE
THE deadline for the
Harrold Road Development
Project has again been
pushed back, this time to
May.
Contractors on the pro-
ject will not be able to meet
the deadline this month due
to certain setbacks, an offi-
cial at the Ministry of
Works told The Tribune


yesterday.
The discovery of unex-
pected ground utilities and
"sink holes" has slowed the
progress of the $5.7 million
project, said Khader
Alikhan, the special projects
co-ordinator in the Ministry
,of Works.
The contract for the pro-
ject was awarded to Bethel-
l's Trucking and Heavy
Equipment, and Bahamas
Hotmix in February of 2004


with the understanding
that it would be completed
by no later than March
2005.

Contractors
However, the contractors
have now indicated that
road works are not expected
to be completed until the
end of May.
Mr Alikhan noted that the
Ministry of Works has taken


into .consideration the
obstacles faced on the pro-
ject and are optimistic on
the project's completion in
the next few months.
He indicated that the pro-
ject has otherwise been
going well.
The reconstruction of the
existing two lanes on Har-


rold Road has been com-
pleted, as well as one
of the two new round-
abouts.

Junction
Among the road works
included in the project are
the reconstruction of 1.5


miles of the existing two
lanes on Harrold Road, the
construction of two new
lanes, as well as the con-
struction of two round-
abouts one at the junction
Sir Milo Butler highway and
Bethel Avenue and one at
the junction of Yellow
Elder Way.


Vehicle emissions





testing equipment to





arrive in Baas


* By KILAH ROLLE
Tribune Staff Reporter
EQUIPMENT for testing the emissions
from motor vehicles should soon arrive in
the country as the government prepares to
implement a mandatory vehicle inspection
programme to help reduce pollution.
Parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of
Health Ron Pinder confirmed yesterday that
an order has been placed for the equipment
and health officials are currently collecting
data throughout the country to prepare for
the new initiative.
Vehicle emissions are created from the
incomplete combustion of gasoline or diesel
and can emit many pollutants into the air.
These pollutants then combine to form sec-
ondary pollutants.such as ozone.

Impact
Environmental experts claiii that emis-
sions from an individual vehicle may be min-
imal, but that many vehicles on the road at
one time can have a serious impact on air
quality.
Mr Pinder explained that pollutants emitted
froin vehicles can lead to poor visibility and
health problems such as asthma and respira-
tory illness, which many Bahamians suffer
from today. He said that pollutants also can
damage buildings and affect the quality of
water resources.
The proposed Emissions Standards legis-
lation, announced by Mr Pinder in the House
of Assembly last year, will establish protective
health-based standards for ozone and other
pollutants in the air.
Mr Pinder said that these standards are
essential to assure that public health is pro-
tected.
Motor vehicle manufacturers are required
to meet increasingly stringent pollution stan-
dards, but vehicles that are not properly main-


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* PARLIAMENTARY secretary in the
Ministry of Health Ron Pinder.

tained or that have malfunctioning emission
control systems can exceed these standards.
Countries across the world have imple-
mented vehicle emissions inspection pro-
grammes to identify vehicles with improper-
ly functioning emission control systems.
Repairs are then required to reduce the vehi-
cles' emissions.


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School


pays


tribute


to


fire victim Samantha


* By NATARIO McKENZIE
STUDENTS as well as teach-
ers of the Albury Sayle primary
school paid tribute yesterday to
the life of "little" Samantha
Meadows, the young girl who per-
ished along with her mother in a
house fire early on Monday
morning.
"She was a well behaved and
pleasant little girl," Denise Rus-
sell said of her student yesterday,
who she noted was most memo-
rable for her smile.
She described Samantha as an
intelligent child noting that she
had just been selected to the hon-
our role only a few weeks prior to
her death.
"I hope that we can take the
good that she has left behind even
though she was only here for a
short time," Mrs Russell said.
Tribute
In a special tribute called
"Remembering Samantha" stu-
dents of Samantha's first grade
class gathered together to speak
of their friend at their school.
"Samantha was my best friend,
she played and shared with me,"
six-year-old Tatianna Evans said.
"Samantha was smart, sweet


Five


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Five people, includ-
ing two children ages nine and 14-years
old,; were injured in an early morning
collision on Thursday at the junction
of Churchill Drive and Ludford Drive in
the Lincolnshire Subdivision.
According to police reports, the traf-
fic accident occurred around 7.15am
involving a truck driven by Christopher
Munroe, 37, of Illyria Road, and a Hon-
da Civic driven by Princeka Hepburn,
19, of Alpine Lane.
Both vehicles were extensively dam-
aged. The drivers and passengers of
both vehicles were injured and treated
for injuries at the hospital.
Mr Munroe and his passenger Neil
Ifill, 20, of Ludford Drive, Ms Hepburn
and her passengers, brothers Prince


and beautiful," another classmate
Tamara Jacques added.
Seven-year-old Samantha, a
first grade student of the Albury
Sayle primary school and her
mother 25-year-old Yasmeen
White, both perished when a fire
engulfed their single-storey wood-
en home on Infant View Road
shortly after lam on Monday
morning.
Blaze
Police officials had announced
that they had a man in custody
for questioning in connection to
the blaze. However, Chief Super-
intendent of Police Hulan Hanna
told The Tribune yesterday that
no progress had been made into
the investigation as yet.
Speaking at the memorial ser-
vice yesterday, prophet Lawrence
Rolle of the International Deliv-
erance Praying Ministry told fam-
ily members of the deceased who
were present to remain strong
during their time of sorrow.
Speaking to the students gath-
ered in attendance he said: "You
are the property of tomorrow,
you are the future and we have to
protect you.
"We do not want to lose any-
more of you."


Hepburn Jr, a 14-year-old student of
Sir Jack Hayward High and nine-year-
old Princeson Hepburn, a student of
Hugh Campbell Primary, were all taken
by ambulance to Rand Memorial Hos-
pital.
Four were treated and later dis-
charged, but Princeson Hepburn was
detained for observation.
Supt Basil Rahming said traffic police
are investigating the accident.
* FOUR ARRAIGNED
FOUR men were arraigned in
Freeport Magistrate's Court on firearm
and ammunition possession charges.
Appearing before Magistrate Helen
Jones were Claudius Angelo Smith, 24,
of Ponce de Leon Drive, Margian Gray,
26 of Nelson Crescent, Kendrick Rus-
sell, 23, and Jackswell Percentie, 31 of
Rum Close, Fortune Bay Village.


* SAMANTHA MEADOWS (left) perished in a fire with her mother Yasmeen White.


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Man in court on

drug-related charges
E By PAUL G TURNQUEST been turned over to the court
Tribune Staff Reporter until the end of the trial.
Bail was granted in th*e
A BAHAMIAN living on amount of $25,000 with two
the Carmichael., Road sureties: and Lord must repo t
appeared yesterday in Magis- to the Carmichael Road Polic
trate's Court on drug-related Station every Tuesday and Sa -
charges. urday before 6pm.
Mario Perez Lord, 20, was The case was adjourned untl
charged Friday with one count November 8.


of possession of dangerous
drugs with the intent to sup-
ply, and one 'cuint, of, taking
steps to export those drugs
ut o t coutry
" t aged tat n We es
day, arch 9;at FreeporteJIarz
bour, Grand Bahama, Lord
was found in possession of
two-and-a-half pounds of
cocaine while attempting to
board the MV Discovery for
its voyage to Port Everglades,
Florida. .
Lord pleaded not guilty:to"
both charges before Magistrate
Carolita Bethel in Court 8,
Bank Lane.. :* .
Inspector Leamond Dele-
veaux,.said that Jeha d n.'
objections to bail asall'of
Lord's travel documents had


In other court news:.
S Leander Williams, 44, of
St Margaret Road, was yeste
day charged before Magistral
SLKna a i il! it'.ilawfi1
.sxu al'intercoufse with
minor.
It is alleged that sometime
between February 25 and Fel-
ruary 26 this year Williams ha J
sex with a 12-year-old girl.
Magistrate Virgill clearel1
the'courtroom before reading
' the charge, to Williams, whb
was not required to enter a
plea. Prosecutor Ercil Dorsette
had no objections to bail anp
Williams was released on
Spoliee bail of $5,000.
' Tnie 'case was adjourned 4tt
June 10.


It is alleged that the men on March 9
was found in possession of a Glock
semi-automatic pistol containing seven
Live rounds of .40 calibte, rounds of.
ammunition.
Russell, Grey and Pqrcentie pleaded
not guilty. Smith pleadbI gui4y to lotlh
counts and was sentenced to one-year
imprisonment on each count to run con-
currently.
The prosecution withdrew the charges
against the other three men. Addition-
ally, Smith was charged with armed rob-
bery.
It is alleged that the accused on Feb-.
ruary 26 armed with a hainigun robbed
Kelly Burrows of a Motorola cellular
phone valued at $425.
He was not required to enter a plea to
the charge and was remanded.to Fox
Hill until May 11, 2005 for a preliminary
inquiry.


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EDITOR, The Tribune.
IT IS unusual for rulings of
magistrates to be headline news
and table talk. However, Magis-
trate Linda Virgill seems to be
changing that, and it looks like
this trend will continue as long as
our nation grapples with illegal
immigration from Haiti, and as
long as Haitians or persons of
Haitian descent appear before the
court in which she serves.
After Magistrate Virgill's "rul-
ing" to suspend the immigration
status of three members of a Hait-
ian family from Nassau Village, I
expected her name to soon make
headline news again...and it
did...but for reasons other than I
anticipated. I was expecting the
headline news to be a clarifica-
tion, confirmation or outright cor-
rection of that controversial status
suspending decision, either by the
Magistrate herself or by the Min-
ister responsible for immigration,
The Hon Vincent Peet, MP.
Instead it was about the Magis-
trate's subjective comments as
she sentenced a group of Haitians
convicted of smuggling illegal
immigrants into The Bahamas.
Evidently, in addition to giv-
ing out maximum sentences,
Magistrate Virgill felt the need
to give a subjective "proxy lec-
ture" on behalf of Bahamian peo-
ple who are "fed up with their
arrogant and bold behaviour, and
total disregard for our immigra-
tion laws," according to com-
ments attributed to her. While I
fully support the maximum sen-
tences and fines she gave, I
believe the subjective "proxy lec-
ture" was unwarranted, inappro-
priate and under the bar of judi-
cial objectivity that we would
expect from one who sits as judge
and jury.
All things considered, I believe
Magistrate Virgill's bonus words
ought to have been in the form of
a "proxy confession" on behalf
of Bahamians, and not a "proxy
lecture" to Haitians. And that
"proxy confession" is that
Bahamians collectively must take
responsibility for the illegal immi-
gration problem. Indeed the cold
reality is that successive govern-
ments and generations of
Bahamians have aided and abet-
ted the illegal immigration prob-
lem from Haiti and elsewhere. So
rather than lecture Haitians who
have come and continue to come
here illegally, we need to confess
that we are responsible for the
illegal immigration status quo and
then move resolutely to address
it, with the government taking the
lead.
As I considered aspects of
Magistrate Virgill's "proxy lec-
ture", I detected a condescend-
ing, superior attitude towards
Haitians fleeing abject poverty
and hopelessness in Haiti. I also


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saw evident forgetfulness of the
fact that many of our Bahamian
forefathers in the past, and broth-
ers and sisters in the present, have
been guilty of the same crime of
breaching the immigration laws
of the USA for generally the
same reason seeking a better
way of life. Additionally, beyond
the condescending, superior atti-
tude and evident forgetfulness
that I detected, I was surprised
by-what seemed to be a lack of
awareness of the fact that the for-
tunes of nations are largely due to
God's grace and providence, and
He can change them overnight.
Therefore, blessed nations like
The Bahamas must express gra-
cious humility and admit that
except for God's grace, Haiti's
plight could have been our
nation's plight...and could still be.
Though it appears that Magis-
trate Virgill feels mandated by
proxy to speak on behalf of the
majority of Bahamian people, I
sincerely pray that she is not so
mandated. And, if she is, I can at
last only pray that she does not


represent those called by Christ's
name because Scripture has
numerous reminders to us to be
kind to the foreigner within our
borders. And it does not make
an exception if they are illegal.
While Haitians are not the only
foreigners among us, I honestly
don't know of another group who
deserve the benefit of our kind-
ness more than they. And we can
be kind to them, even as we right-
ly give out maximum sentences
for breaching immigration laws
and resolutely combat the prob-
lem of illegal immigration, which
in reality must include mass repa-
triation to Haiti in a humble,
humane manner.
As usual, I again remind us all
of our nation's desperate need
for national repentance and I
pray that as we address this prob-
lem of illegal Haitian immigra-
tion, God would grant us the
grace to repent for decades of
selfish exploitation of those whom
we are commanded to not mis-
treat.

CEDRIC MOSS, Sr
Pastor
Kingdom Life
World Outreach Centre
Nassau,
February 24, 2005.


School boards can


help with problems

EDITOR, The Tribune.
HAVING read negative reports in our newspapers about our
educational system, I desire to make a few observations.
I am a member of a School Board in Nassau. I have been
involved with school boards since their introduction in 1996.
We, school board members, have an annual budget to take
care of minor repairs to schools and to assist the administrators
and teachers wherever we can. Generally speaking I think that
all the school boards in Nassau have made a big difference in the
delivery of education.
I think we can help with some of the current problems expe-
rienced by a lot of our schools. Our problem is that we are
not able to meet with the Minister of Education, Mr Alfred
Sears, on a regular basis.
When Dion Foulkes and Dame Ivy Dumont were Ministers
of
Education we had quarterly meetings with them and their Per-
manent Secretary and the Director of Education along with all
Superintendents. Mr Foulkes organised an annual conference
for all school boards members. We were a cohesive group and
worked in tandem with the Ministers of Education and the
Ministry.
I strongly advise the current Minister of Education to resume
the tradition of having these quarterly meetings and the annu-
al conference.
Most of my school board members feel as I do, but they are
hesitant to speak up. Education is much too important not to
have all the stakeholders participating. Thank you for your
valuable space in your paper.

A SCHOOL
BOARD
MEMBER
Nassau,
February 22, 2005.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that CAWEE CLAUDE SCOTT, P.O.
GT 2245, ALLAN DRIVE OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
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 12TH day of MARCH,
2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



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US COAST Guard Cutter
Mohawk returned to its home
port of Key West on March
11 a little heavier than when
she left two and a half months
ago.
Along with her 100-person
crew, Mohawk carries 37 bales
of cocaine weighing over 2,600
pounds (with an import value
of $83 million) from an at-sea
drug interdiction.
USCG Cutter Mohawk
patrolled the Caribbean Sea
for nearly their entire 67-day
patrol working primarily for
Joint Interagency Task Force
South, also based in Key
West, Florida.
While performing the Coast
Guard's Law Enforcement,
Homeland Security, and Alien


Migrant Interdiction missions,
the Mohawk was involved
with several cases involving,
drug-smuggling go-fast ves-
sels.

Chase
In the first case, Mohawk's
high-speed small boat pursued
a suspected smuggling vessel,
and, after a gruelling chase
into the seas just south of the
Bahamas, stopped the vessel.
Mohawk's boarding team
along with a Royal Bahami-
an Defence Force officer
boarded the vessel and did not
find drugs on the vessel, but
authorities reported finding
30 bales of marijuana weigh-,
ing approximately 1,100


pounds in the water allegedly
dumped by the vessel prior to
the interception.
The vessel and the three
persons onboard were turned
over to Bahamian authorities.
According to Boatswain Mate
3rd Class Justin Scalio (from
Jacksonville, Florida), the
coxswain of Mohawk's small
boat, "It was an intense chase
involving high speeds and
rough seas, but we did our job
and stopped the smugglers."
The counter-drug efforts in
the Caribbean frequently
involve the combined, joint
efforts of numerous
Caribbean nations, the United
States Coast Guard, and other
US agencies.
Captain Dave Ely, Com-


manding Officer of the
Mohawk states, "We've been
gone from Key West since
early January. Every one of
our patrols has its own unique
adventures and this one was
no different.

Succeeded
"In the past two months,
Mohawk's fine crew definitely
succeeded in disrupting the
flow of a significant amount
of cocaine from South Amer-
ica to our country, and some
drug smuggler 'pirates' are in
custody and out of business.
But, after more than
nine weeks away, we are
definitely glad to be back
home."


FREEPORT- Police are inves-
tigating the suspicious death' of
middle-aged woman found lying
in the hallway of an apartment on
Bass Lane early Friday morning.
Supt Basil Rahming reported
that at about lam officers of the
Central Detective Unit were dis-
patched to Apartment 13 at Bass
Lane, where they met EMS per-
sonnel assisting Ardetta Williams,
53. She was lying in the hallway
and was bleeding from the mouth.
Ms Williams and her 41-year-
old boyfriend, Oswald Young,
lived in one of five rented rooms at




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* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
Why You Vex?
"I sick of these people who are always
on their cell phone, talking all their per-
sonal business. I mean I have a cell and it
is vital to have one, but honestly, if you are
on the bank line you can't tell your
friend, 'let me call you back, cause I am
busy?'
"I was in the bank line and there was
this ghetto woman talking at the top of
her voice to her friend about the fight she
and her boyfriend had. There were chil-
dren in the bank and she was using the
most atrocious language and just going on
in graphic terms. Everyone was looking
at this woman like she was crazy.
"I think that you need to publish a sto-
ry on what is appropriate cell phone
behaviour because it is an invasion of your
personal space to have to listen to all these
people's private issues."
Marilyn Thompson,
Golden Gates
"I am vex at these people who come
into the country and leave their common
sense at home. I mean I know that in the
US people do not cross the street any and
everywhere. They wait for the pedestrian
crossing. They also do not go wandering
down all these unfamiliar side streets. But


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Although mil-
lions were lost in revenue as a
result of two devastating hurri-
canes, a Grand Bahama Port
Authority executive believes that
the company will surpass its
expected growth as it seeks addi-
tional business for the island.
Albert Gray, executive vice-
president, revealed that project
developments by the Ginn Com-
pany, the proposed filming of
Pirates of the Caribbean, and the
signing of a heads of agreement
with CITIC for a Sea and Air
Business Centre-are some of the
major business investments set for

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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
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when they are on vacation in a strange
country they do all these things and
then blame the third world coun-
try when something happens
as a result of what they
did."
Elizabeth
Campbell,
Solider Road r
"I vex that the
government is just
now starting to clean
up the beach
because it is spring
break, but they don't
check for Bahamians
when the tourists ain'
here."


Help Bahamians
Why You Happy?


"T'ank you Lord, t'ank you Lord and
t'ank you Royal Bahamas Police Force fa
a job well done in puttin' dat man back
behind bars and t'ank you to Prison Super-


intendent Rahming in advance fa keepin'
him behind bars and away from bath-
rooms with plastic walls.
S"Sir, keep him shackle to
da bone. And Sir, dem peo-
pie who help him, keep
Sdem lock up fa ever, dey
just as dangerous, da
saying goes 'Birds of
a feather dis flock
together'. I am so
happy, and would be
even happier when
da police dem lock
up da pilot or da
boat captain and
anyone else who help
to take dat dangerous
man to Andros.
/ "T'ank you Lord,
T'ank you Lord, now I
can sleep in peace again."
Sleeping Beauty
"I happy that I still above the ground.
As long as you above the ground be hap-
py."
Man in 'On the Run'


Grand Bahama.
"The Grand Bahama Port
Authority is looking above and
beyond for our island and our busi-
ness outlook is not just good, it's
better than ever," he said.

Residential
He also reported that there are
more than 70,000 acres of land
available by the Grand Bahama
Development Company (DEV-
CO) for additional residential
developments.
Mr Gray noted that the large
residential and resort develop-
ments by Ginn, are expected to
not only immeasurably impact the
economic market of Grand
Bahama, but will also undoubted-
ly bring unexpected growth in the

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retail markets, as supermarkets
and local merchants will need to
keep up with the demands of high-
end clientele.
He also noted that DEVCO has
also teamed up with Discovery Bay
and The Marriott chain and are
finalising plans for a major resort
development.
Another interesting develop-
ment, said Mr Gray is the filming
of Disney's Pirates of the
Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.
This, he said, will significantly
impact the Grand Bahama econo-
my creating temporary jobs, as well
as the need for service and catering
crews, and real estate rentals.
Mr Gray said the new develop-
ment of Sea and Air Business Cen-
tre by CITIC will further enhance
Grand Bahama's lead as the com-


mercial centre of the Bahamas.
He reported that the Port
Authority signed a heads of agree-
ment with the Chinese based prod-
uct-distribution company in Feb-
ruary.
He noted that the company will
be able to export their products to
Grand Bahama and showcase'
them to large retail companies in
the United States, Who will no
longer need to travel all the way to
China to purchase their goods.
Although the hurricane damage
had been devastating, Mr Gray
said it has also caused a huge boom
in the construction and repair busi-
ness.

Permits
He said the port has assessed
more than 6,800 homes and has
issued building permits for over
625 hurricane repairs.
"Both entry level to mid entry
level class housing is booming,
which has fulfilled our late chair-
man's dream the Freeport land will
always be made available for
Bahamians," he said.
Mr Gray said the Port Authori-
ty has spent millions to get
the island back into shape follow-
ing hurricanes Frances and
Jeanne.
He reported that the Power
Company in addition to losses of
some $4 million has spent $7.9 mil-
lion in repairs. The Port Authority
has also spent an estimated
$400,000 on traffic light repairs and
$100,000 on street sign replace-
ments, and $1.6 million for the
removal of refuse.
He stressed that as a result of
the undisputed efforts of the Port
Authority, the Power Company,
Bahamas Telecommunication Cor-
poration, Cable Bahamas, and
Sanitation Services, businesses are
all back on line and have been
operating at full service since ear-
ly October.
"Though the waters were rough
at the end of the year, and we lost
a strong and steady captain in our
St George, we have caught a tide
and we are showing our colours
proudly," he said.


Suspicious death of


woman investigated


the apartment.
Police retrieved a homemade
crack cocaine pipe, known as a
comoke, containing burnt cocaine
residue.
Ms Williams was taken to Rand
Memorial Hospital and was pro-
nounced dead on arrival.
Based on information received
from other tenants and persons in
the neighbourhood, police do not
suspect foul play in the woman's
death.
Supt Rahming said an autopsy
will be performed to determine
the exact cause of death.


Port Authority business


outlook better than ever
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SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2005, PAGE 5


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Wisdom honours Junkanoo troupe


a By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE Minister of Youth
Sports and Culture Neville Wis-'
dorn yesterday reminded the
Junkanoo community of the
potential for economic devel-
opment in the Bahamas
through the premier festival of
Junkanoo.
At an appreciation ceremony
yesterday morning, The Min-
istry Of Tourism honoured the
Junkanoo troupe who travelled
to New York in November of
last year as ambassadors of the
Bahamas at the premiere of the
movie "After the Sunset",
which incorporated a Junkanoo
rush out in the film.
"Mardi Gras, although it has
some beautiful float parades, it
does not have the spirit of a
Junkanoo festival. Yet Mardi
Gras is able to bring $1.2 billion
dollars and counting to the local
New Orleans economy and that
is where I am trying to take
Junkanoo.
"When we get out of this
deficit situation that we are in
and take Junkanoo to a place of
prominence, it can be a major
player in the economy of the
Bahamas," said Mr Wisdom.
While in New York the
Junkanoo troupe were given
many opportunities to expose
the Bahamian culture. The
troupe rushed at the "After the


Sunset" premiere after party
which was held in the Jazz Hall
of the Time Warner Centre.
Junkanoo was also featured
on the television show "Good
Morning America", where Per-
cy "Vola "Francis and Arlene
Nash-Ferguson, two Junkanoo
icons, were interviewed. They
also briefly appeared on NBC's
the "Today Show."
The video from the appear-
ance on "Good Morning Amer-
ica" and "Today Show" was
viewed at yesterday's ceremo-
ny.
Performed
The troupe also had two
street performances, the first
was on the steps of St
Bartholomew's Church and the
other spanned from the ABC's
Studio on 44th Street to Planet
Hollywood. They also per-
formed live on 103.5 WKTU.
Minister of Tourism Obie
Wilchcombe said: "Junkanoo,
whether we accept it or not, is
something given to us. No one
can duplicate it. No event in
our country attracts more than
Junkanoo does. It is my view
that tourism should do nothing
unless Junkanoo is involved."
Yesterday's event also paid
tribute to a Bahamian taxi dri-
ver who acted as a good Samar-
itan and returned lost cameras
to tourists and to a woman who


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* MINISTER of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe gives his remarks.


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Pastor: Rev. Dr Franklin Knowles

P.O.Box EE-16807
Telephone number 325-5712
EMAIL lynnk@batelnet.bs


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GRACE AND PEACE WESLEYAN CHURCH
A SOCIETY OF THE FREE METHODIST CHURCH OF NORTH AMERICA

(WHERE GOD IS ADORED AND EVERYONE IS AFFIRMED)

Worship time: 11am & 7pm
Sunday School. 9:45am

Special Services

Place: Twynam Heights
off Prince Charles Drive

Minister Rev. Henley Perry

PO. Box SS-5631
Telephone number. 324-2538
Telefax number.'324-2587
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Exuma festival to be celebration




of our music, food and culture


IN keeping with the market-
ing thrust highlighting the indi-
viduality of the islands of the
Bahamas, Exuma created its
own headlining cultural event,
the Bahamian Music and Her-
itage Festival. The festivities
will serve as a climax to the
annual George Town Regatta.
Opening on March 18, on the
Regatta Park in Exuma with
an official address from Minis-
ter of Tourism, Obie Wilch-
combe, the two-day festival will
be a celebration of Bahamian
music, food and culture. The
celebrations will end on Satur-
day March 19 with a pulsating
Junkanoo Rush Out at llpm..
According to festival organ-
iser and general manager of the
Exuma Tourist Office, Chari-
ty Armbrister, all on the island
are embracing what is expected
to be an annual event.
"The entire community is
involved with and excited about
the event," Ms Armbrister said.
The Bahamian music show-
cased will span musical legends
like Ronnie Butler, Geno D,
Nita and Elon Moxey peppered
with local Exumian musical tal-
ent. The festival organisers also
promise to deliver on the her-
itage aspect of the celebrations
with boat building demonstra-
tions, basket weaving, marbles,
top spinning, kite flying and
other quintessential Bahamian


activities.
Then there will be the food.
Ms Armbrister promises it all.
"Any thing that you can think
of that's really Bahamian, we
will have it for those two days,"
she said.
This means an entire seafood
fanfare, and everything in
between, topped off with heap-
ing helpings of coconut pastries,
guava duffs and other native
desserts.
Organisers
The organisers are anticipat-
ing the event will be so big that
they have already received per-
mission to close off a portion
of the main thoroughfare,
Queens Highway, to give the
festival a block party style feel.
There are also plans to recre-
ate Regatta Park into a village
reminiscent of the good 'ole'
days complete with gaily
coloured huts arranged in a
down home backyard style.
Responsible for gathering the
musical talent to be showcased
at the festival, Fred Ferguson,
entertainment consultant in
The Ministry of Tourism,
expressed hope that the
planned festival on Exuma
would be a precursor to show-
casing Bahamian music and
culture in grand style on all of
the islands.


"We want all the family
islands to have the same spirit
as we. have here in Nassau," he
said.
"We hope to carry this for-
ward to the regular local regat-
ta, and hopefully, spread to all
the other islands.
The Junkanoo rush out on
Saturday will close out the fes-
tival in grand style. For this fes-
tival, the organisers opted to
have a more participatory rush
out and will have entire cos-
tumes on sale as well as mini
shacks for those interested in
building their own.
Confident in the spin-off ben-
efits the Bahamian Music and
Heritage Festival will provide
for the island community, Ms
Armbrister said: "This event
will enhance the social image
.of Exuma by providing another
exciting event outside the regat-
ta; it will also promote Bahami-
an culture, not only to the visiM
tors but among Bahamians."
The festival is sponsored by:
Four Seasons, Tropical Ship-
ping, Burns House Ltd., Club
Peace & Plenty, Two Turtles
Inn, Seaside Realty, Strachans's
Service Station, Gibson Rigby
& Co, Ocean View Realty,
Four Ways Investment Co Ltd,
Eddie's Edgewater Water
Club, and The Bahamas
Telecommunications Compa-
ny.


EXECUTIVES of the Association of
International Banks and Trust (AIBT) Com-
panies in the Bahamas paid a courtesy call
on Allyson Maynard-Gibson, Minister of
Financial Services and Investments, on Mon-
day, February 21, at the Ministry of Financial
Services and Investments. From left are Ken
Kerr, S G Hambros; Anastacia Johnson,
AIBT executive administrator; Peter Evans,
AIBT director; Minister Maynard-Gibson;
Robert Lotmore, AIBT chairman; Dr Atti-
la Molnar, AIBT director; and Sheila Carey,
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Financial
Services and Investments.


(BIS photo: Lorenzo Lockhart)


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M PICTURED at left
are representatives of
Sunshine Insurance
and Students of Free
Enterprise, the two
organizations who have
. . . . . . . partnered for the third
year ina
Nil` ow to have
T-1 Y ornpetition
A. for 11th and 12th grade
mdm h;
students across tile,
A Bahamas.
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Bethel Brothers Morticians
Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026


DOROTHY
WILHEMINA
VIRGILL, 90

of Sunset Drive off
West Bay Street, will
be held on Tuesday,
15th March 2005, at
2:00 pm at St
Francis Xavier
Cathedral on West
Street. Officiating will
be the Reverend
Kendrick J Forbes,
rector. Interment will follow in the Western
Cemetery, Augusta Street.

She is survived by many nieces and nephews
who include, Telzena Coakley, Dorothy Lockhart,
Virgil Coakley, Pamrica Ferguson, Marcia, Myra
and Margot Virgill, Michaela Virgill-Storr, Myrna
Wilson and Michelle Lundy, Presley, Daniel Jr,
Alton, Mahalia, Lillian Rolle and other children
of her brother, the late Daniel Virgill Julian
Coakley, Gina Sherman, Sharon Lockhart, Marie
Symonette, Cheryl, Jean, Myron, Deborah and
Everette Bain, Janice Mackey, Helen, Gregory,
Chandrive and Shannon Ferguson, Helen
Thompson, Anthony, Shervin, Bernard, Charles
Albert, Carolyn, Jerome, Lisa, Garnell, Dion,
Robert, Damian, Charlann and Charles Lavar
Coakley; and the respective families of all of
the foregoing; two sisters-in-law, Adlain and Val-
Jean Virgill; caregivers, Cecile Sherman, Marilyn
Darville, Marina Sands, Marina Glinton, Dale
Williams, Ruth Russell, Ruth Darbouze, Pearline
Gibson, Marinette Strachan, Eleanor Roberts,
Astrid Davis and Philippa Armbrister; other
relatives and friends including, Edith Sturrup,
.Victoria Pratt, Thelma Hamilton and Rev Daniel
j 'Scott and their families, the Benedictine Sisters
of S Martin de Porres Monastery, Valderine and
Miriam Barnett, Leoni Sweeting, Zerine Williams,
Jacqueline Alleyne and other old Scott Street
and West Street hilltop neighbours.

Viewing will be at Bethel Brothers Morticians,
Nassau Sreet, on Monday, 14th March, 2005
between :00 pm to 6:00 pm and at the cathedral
on Tuesay from 1:00 pm until the funeral
service.


Winner of essay competition



will get $40,000 scholarship


SUNSHINE Insurance and
Students of Free Enterprise of
Elmira College in Elmira, New
York have partnered for the
third year in a row to have an
essay competition for 11th and
12th grade students through-
out the Bahamas.
The past two winners are Mr
Anri Burrows (Kingsway) and
Ms Janay Pyfrom (Queens Col-
lege) and both attend Elmira
College. The winner of this
years competition will receive a















Sadly missed by his
mother, Winifred; his
sister, Lynder; his niece,
Demeatria; aunts,
uncles, family & friends
and
Tim's A/C.


$40,000 scholarship to attend
Elmira College and a chance
once they are at Elmira Col-
lege to earn more scholarships.
The competition was open
to all 11th or 12th grade stu-
dents in the Bahamas and all
each student had to do was
write an 800 1000 word essay
on "An Idea or Ideas That Can
Boost The Bahamian Econo-
my" and submit their essay to
either of the Sunshine Insur-
ance offices.
The top ten finalist were
selected by SIFE at Elmira
College and are here today to
present their thoughts and
ideas to a panel of judges.
The winner of this year's
speech competition is Mr Bar-


Pinder s FuneralHome
"Service 'Beyond Measure'
PALMDALE AVENUE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS
PHONE: 322-4570 PAGER: 380-5012, 393-9132
RANNIE PINDER President



MARY PEGGY
SAWYER, 70

who died at her home on
Wednesday in Blair
Estates will be held at
Calvary Bible Church,
Collins Avenue on
Monday, March 14th,
2005 at 3:30 pm. Pastor
Allen Lee and Pastor
Thomas Albury officiating.

She was predeceased by her husband, JR Bobby
Sawyer; her two sons, George and Bobby
Sawyer; two daughters, Catherine Carey and
Ann Weech; two sons-in-law, Bart Carey and
Ellsworth Weech; two daughters-in-law, Norma
and Frederica Sawyer; six grandchildren, Nicola
Carey, George, Ricardo, Jermy and Robert
Sawyer, and Michelle Key; three great
grandchildren, George, Shicardo and Scott
Sawyer; one brother, Vincent Malone; three
sisters, Margaret Sawyer, Winifred Malone and
Alice Sands; four brothers-in-law, Inglis, Wane,
Blake and Wilfred Sawyer; four sisters-in-law,
Catherine Malone, Elizabeth Sawyer, Iris Sawyer
and Tanya Sawyer; nine nephews, five nieces,
best friend and sister of 56 years Roma Bethel,
Uncle Carroll Sands, many other relatives and
friends.

In lieu of flwers the familiy requests the donations
by made to the Cancer Society of the Bahamas,
P.O. Box SS-6539.
Funeral arrangements are being handled by
Pinder's Funearl Home, Palmdale Avenue,
Palmdale.


ry Griffin Jr of St Augustine's
College.
The Students of Free Enter-
prise (SIFE) is an internation-
al organisation that encourages
free enterprise by having dif-
ferent colleges across the world
come up with ideas that
encourage free enterprise. Last
year Elmira College's SIFE
team placed 3rd in the Nation.
Tradition
Elmira College is a fully-
accredited college with a deep
tradition in the Bahamas. Both
Sir Lynden Oscar Pindling and
Sir Orville Tumquest were giv-
en an Honorary Doctorate
which is Elmira College's high-


est honour. Sunshine Insur-
ance's Chairman, Mr Franklyn
R Wilson, CMG, presently sits
on The Board of Trustees for
the college.
Since 1970, students of Elmi-
ra College spend six weeks on
the island of San Salvador
studying marine biology, island
ecology, sea life, plants, ani-
mals and astrology at the bio-
logical field station.
Also, since 1984; students
spend five weeks at either Uri-
ah McPhee Primary School or
LW Young Secondary School
in a Teacher Education Pro-
gramme. This experience gives
students the teaching experi-
ence that. they need to gradu-
ate.


* FOREIGN Minister Mitchell, Ambassador Rood, Ambas-
sador Joshua Sears, Ambassador Sidney Poitier, and mem-
bers of Florida's Congressional delegation.



Meetings in



Washington


* FOREIGN Minister Fred Mitchell, Assistant Secretary of
State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Roger Noriega,
Ambassador John Rood.


* LEFT to right: Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell, US Senator
Tom Harkin, Ambassador Sidney Poitier (Bahamian Ambas-
sador to Japan and UNESCO), Ambassador Joshua Sears
(Bahamian Ambassador to the United States), and Ambas-
sador John Rood.


Bethel Brothers Morticians
Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026



CONSTANCE
MURIEL
SANDS, 56

of #135 Yorkshire
Street, Cable Beach,
will be held on
Sunday 2:30 pm at
The Parish of The
AMost Holy Trinity,
Trinity Way,
Stapeldon Gardens.
The Vernerable E
Etienne E Bowleg assisted by the Reverend
Father DeAngelo Bowe, The Reverend Canon
Kirkley C Sands and the Reverend John Kabiga
will officiate. Interment will be made in The
Cemetery of St Mary the Virgin, Virginia Street.

Left to cherish her memories are her husband,
Reverend Canon Sands Kirkley; her children,
Tonia, Bridget, Karen and Kirk; her grandson,
Trae, whom she adored; one brother, George
Brathwaite; three sisters, Margaret Talma,
Rosemary Waithe, Molly Austin; numerous in-
laws, extended family and friends to many to
mention by name.

Arrangements are being handled by Bethel
Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau Street.















Historical preservation is




vital for growth of tourism


N ASSAU could nev-
er resemble a minia-
ture London or New York
City, and, even if it were pos-
sible to do so, neither would
such a similarity be in our best
interest if we desire to be con-
tinuously portrayed as a viable
and completely different kind
of tourist destination.
Because, what distinguish-
es our island's capital from
those two major visitor cen-
tres is our history, which not
only defines our city's unique
character, but also manifests
the same mainly through its
old colonial architecture apd
landmark structures from a
bygone era.
When viewed in the above
vein, the importance of pre-
serving as many of our historic
buildings in the City of Nassau
and its immediate environs
can thus be seen as a national
imperative. A prime example
that speaks to the uniqueness
generated by this mode of his-
torical preservation can be
seen in that beautiful historic
building located at the north-
west corner of Shirley and
Parliament Streets.
Forming an integral part of
the property now known as
"Magna Carta Court", that
building has a remarkable his-
tory that dates back to the
eighteenth century. It was first
bestowed in 1789 to a Robert
Duncome via a Crown grant.
The building, which now hous-
es the law offices of E Dawson
Roberts, Higgs and Compa-
ny, was constructed of cut
quarry stone. Interestingly,
one of the early sales of the
property was by public auc-
tion in 1860 in the Vendue
House.
Many may be aware that


VIEWPOINT

G EORG E MACKEY


the Vendue House, another
historic building that features
cut quarry stone, now houses
the Pompey Museum of Slav-
ery and Emancipation, that is
operated and managed by the
Antiquities, Monuments and
Museums Corporation
(AMMC), of which we are
privileged to serve as execu-
tive chairman of its Board of
Directors.
Currently, through our


promote The Bahamas as a
heritage tourism destination.
Since this is indeed the Gov-
ernment's intention, then the
preservation of the remaining
historic buildings in the area
defined above looms of even
greater significance and
importance. Thus, in this
regard, we were saddened by
the demolition in recent
months of four grand build-
ings in the city area.


"By extending the city's
boundary southward to
Meeting Street, the proposed
revitalisation of Nassau would
encourage visitor traffic
deeper into the heartland
of the island, with all its
attendant economic benefits."


involvement with the Nassau
Economic Development
Commission (NEDC), we are
aware that, among many oth-
er factors, serious considera-
tion is being given to extend-
ing the boundaries of the City
of Nassau southward to Meet-
ing Street, thereby embracing
the entire east-west ridge of
which it forms an integral part.
At the same time, the NEDC
is quite aware of the Govern-
ment's expressed desire to


We refer to one of the three
two-storey wooden buildings
that were located on the
southwest corner of
Dowdeswell and Armstrong
Streets, and the old home-
stead of the late Bahamian
cultural icon Clement Bethel.
The others were those two
colonial-style structures on
Meeting Street that were
dwelling homes once occupied
by the Donaldson family alnd
the late Ms Althea Mortimer,


respectively.
By extending the city's
boundary southward to Meet-
ing Street, the proposed revi- ,
talisation of Nassau would
encourage visitor traffic deep-
er into the heartland of the
island, with all its attendant
economic benefits. The latter
two buildings, properly
restored albeit used for oth-
er commercial purposes -
along with other such proper-
ties, could then form the basis
of added attractions in a
desired heritage tourism set-
ting.
Similar consideration could
likewise be directed to two
remaining structures on
Dowdeswell Street, referred
to above, and the possible
rebuilding of the one that was
recently partially destroyed by
fire and quickly demolished
shortly thereafter. It is our
prayer that serious thought of
rebuilding be also given to the
old Bethel homestead on East
Bay Street.
Through our association
with the AMMC, we had not
too long ago spoken to a
member of the Bethel family
about the possibility of restor-
ing that little old building. The
AMMC's recommendation
was that the building could be
used as a museum in which
the lifeand works of the great
musical genius Clement
Bethel could be showcased to
the world.
For several years now, the
Princess Cruise Line has oper-
ated an idyllic, tropical desti-
nation in Bannerman Town,
South Eleuthera. Some of
their ships, while en route to
Nassau, stop off at that settle-
ment for a few hours. A beach
has been developed for the
enjoyment of their passengers,


who are ferried there for fun
and recreation.
While there are stalls that
cater to the passengers at the
beach, a few of which are
operated by local residents,
precious little economic activ-


ity spills over into the settle-
ment. The reason given for
this is that there are no local
attractions in the immediate
vicinity of the beach to lure
the passengers into venturing
beyond that site.
In an attempt to address this
complaint in Bannerman
Town and perhaps similar sit-
uations elsewhere in our Fam-
ily Islands, the AMMC has
embarked on a programme of
restoring abandoned schools
and other like public buildings
and converting the same into
local cultural heritage sites.
To maximise the economic
benefits that can accrue to
such small local communities,
the AMMC is also establish-
ing on the grounds of such
facilities mini-craft markets
and botanical gardens as part
of the cultural complex.
In the above manner, it is
hoped that with the prolifera-


tion of touristic investment
facilities in our Family Islands,
residents can thus have venues
from which their local handi-
craft and other relevant mer-
chandise can be both dis-
played and marketed. These-


sites can also provide fora at
which historical artifacts,
exhibits and informative mate-
rial can be displayed for the
benefit of both residents and
visitors.
When viewed against the
above backdrop, and particu-
larly as we position and pro- -
mote our country as more of a
heritage tourism destination,
then the importance of pre-
serving our historical sites and
buildings is not only magni-
fied, but also seen as a nation-
al imperative. Thus, a word to
the wise, as it has been well
said, should be sufficient.
Think on these things.
(George W Mackey's book
"Millennium. Perspectives", a
compilation of viewpoints and
other interesting topics, is avail-
able at leading bookstores
locally. E-mail: georgewmack-
ey@hotmail.com)


* By BAHAMAS INFORMATION
SERVICES
FREEPORT Prime Minister Perry Christie
was among several dignitaries and parliamen-
tarians attending Sunday's funeral service at
the Community Holiness Church at Eight Mile
Rock for Rev Allan Martin, Sr, 76.
Rev Martin was Pastor and Founding Father
of Community Holiness Church.
"I want to tell you," Prime Minister Christie
declared during a brief address, "that this is an
important experience for me.
"Yesterday, I went to five funerals in Nassau.
And, as I reflected on Rev Martin's passing
and I reflected on who he was, and the times in
which he lived and the fact that this was not
New Providence, that I thought I should make
a very special effort to attend and, if given the
privilege, to speak."
Mr Christie said he was speaking principally
to "those of you who are young because he
(Rev Allan Martin) and those of his genera-
tion were born at a time when things in the
Eight Mile Rock community were very hard."
Mr Christie stressed, "And for any of us who
are not in that generation to truly appreciate
and judge the times in which we live, we should
take the time out to care for those who live.
When we see in this (obituary) that he went
on the Project, you ask yourself, 'what was the
Project? Why did he have to go?'

Sacrifice
"And you wilfind that it was a time when
men, just to be able to give their families and
themselves an opportunity to be able just to
live not to live well, not to live at the level of
comfort that they would want to live at, just to
live make that sacrifice to go to work in the
fields and in the farms of the United States.
And even though their talent was no less than
the talent of us today, the opportunities just
were not there."
It was their greatness that they had to salute.
Men who picked themselves up, who went
abroad, who worked and sent money back, and
who, despite and notwithstanding those obsta-
cles, went on to come back to their country and
to achieve, and to achieve mightily.
"So this same man," Mr Christie continued,
"who would have been classified as a common
labourer on the project, went on to become a
general contractor to build and leave buildings
behind that would help to mold and fashion
his legacy. And he did something else.
"In his calling, in his ministry, not only did
Rev Martin decide to be a preacher, reflecting
the word of God, but to build the institution of


the church. And not just to build a church for
himself but the congregation had seen the most
eloquent testimony that could be given by the
young Haitian-Bahamian, American now, to
his family...that's his living legacy.
"And when we measure greatness,' the Prime
Minister asked. "How do we go about it?
Through the ages and the generations, we try to
find a way to measure who was great, who is
great. Well, greatness is: Look at the begin-
nings, look at the humble beginning. Look at the
adversity and the way adversity was borne with
such majesty.
"Look at his illness. I spoke to him on his
hospital bed when he had his leg amputated.
Here was a man whose faith was so strong who
knew his time was coming to an end.

Prayed
"I reflected on him, the times in which he
lived. Those men and women who, when we
were marching for freedom throughout this
country, marched and hoped and prayed for
the conditions under which we lived, to make
the sacrifice; reverend gentlemen, that built the
platform that Lynden Pindling and Hubert
Ingraham and myself now stand upon, that's
how you measure greatness."
Mr Christie said he thought of several verses
from the book of Ephesians:" I think it was
chapter six (verse 11) which said 'Put on the full
armour of God...' These are the verses that
really reflect the lives of these men for their
generation. Well it says, 'Put on .the whole
armour of God...', so when the day of evil comes
you will be able to stand your ground.
"And when you have done your best to
stand, you stand still. And also it says. 'With the
breast-plate of righteousness' in place, with the
belt of truth wrapped around your waist and
with the gospel of peace."
Mr Christie added, "It sums up a generation
of men and women who stood for something
and who despite the times in which they lived,
despite the lack and the scarcity of resources,
who fought and demonstrated willpower to
achieve.
"So you have to be humble no matter what
your opportunities are today, young people in
particular, when you look at these men and
women of this man's generation and you see
what they have become and what they have
done for this country, and their families and
their communities, you have to salute their
greatness. And I ask you to join me in saluting
them.

SEE page 11


BACARDI & COMPANY LIMITED

,
Bacardi & Company Limited is seeking candidates for the position\pf
Cost Accountant. The Company has been based in Nassau for over 49
years with significant manufacturing operations in the areas of bulk runr
production and bottling of various spirits and beverages, primarily for
export markets.

Job Description

Under limited supervision, the Cost Accountant will be required to apply
principles of cost accounting to analyze cost records and to distribute
costs for production on items such as labour, equipments, materials and
overhead costs and to compute the unit cost of product or service.
Continuously evaluate existing cost systems and records cost data for use
by management in controlling expenditures. The Cost Accountant will
further be expected to prepare the necessary reports in preparation for
operating budgets.

Qualifications

The successful candidate must hold a professional designation with five
(5) to ten (10) years experience. A CPA designation is preferred.
Furthermore, due to the nature of the work to be performed the individual
must possess the ability to work independently under pressure to
consistently meet deadlines. Must be a self starter and a team player.

Salary/Benefits

Commensurate with experience.

Interested candidates should forward copies of their curriculum vitae
directly to the Bacardi & Company Limited P.O. Box N-4880, Nassau,
N.P., The Bahamas.
Attention The Human Resources Manager

Information may also be forwarded via e-mail to dacartwright@bacardi.com

Application Deadline: March 31, 2005


BACARDI AND THE BAT DEVICE ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF BACARDI & COMPANY LIMITED


"To maximise the economic
benefits that can accrue to
such small local communities,
the AMMC is also establishing
on the grounds of such
facilities mini-craft markets
and botanical gardens as part
of the cultural complex."


SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2005, PAGE 9


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MllW l Parties, Nightclubs
& Restaurants

SAC Class of '95 Reunion Party on Saturday, March
12 @ Bahamas Natiobal Trust, Village Road. Admis-
sion $15. Party starts at 9pm.

Exotic Saturdays @ Fridays Soon Come starts with
3 for $10 drink specials. Admission: $10 before mid-
night and $15 after. Ladies free before llpm.

Rave Saturdays @ Club Eclipse. DJ Scoobz spinning
the best in Old Skool. Admission $35, all inclusive
food and drink.

Fever @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth St, downtown,
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 reser-
vations call 356-4612.

Cool Runnings is back with a Conscious Party @
Hard Rock Cafe, Charlotte St North every Friday.
Classic reggae style music. Admission $10.

Mellow Moods every Sunday @ Fluid Lounge and
Nightclub, Bay St, featuring hits from yesterday old
school reggae and rockers downstairs, and golden
oldies upstairs. Admission: Free. Doors open 9pm.

Karaoke Music Mondaze @ Topshotters Sports Bar.
Drink specials all night long, including karaoke warm-
up drink to get you started. Party from 8pm-until.

Karaoke Nights @ Fluid Lounge and Nightclub.
Begins 10pm every Tuesday. Weekly winners selected
as Vocalist of the Week $250 cash prize. Winner
selected at end of month from finalists cash prize
$1,000. 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. Admission: Ladies $10 and Men
$15.

Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters Sports Bar
every Wednesday Spm-8pm. Free appetizers and
numerous drink specials.

Flash Nights @ Club Fluid every Thursday. The
ultimate Ladies Night. Join Nassau'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. Cover charge $15. $10
with flyer.

Twisted Boodah Bar & Lounge every Friday @
Cafe Segafredo, Charlotte St North, featuring world
music, chillin' jazz and soulful club beats. Starting at
6pm. Beers $3, longdrinks $4.50.

Fantasy Fridays @ Fluid Lounge, featuring late '80s
music in the VIP Lounge, Top of the Charts in the
Main Lounge, neon lights and Go Go dancers. Glow
sticks for all in before midnight. Admission: Ladies
free before 11pm, $15 after; Guys $20 all night.

College Night @ Bahama Boom every Friday.
Admission: $10 with college ID, $15 without.

Dicky Mo's Fridays @ Cable Beach. Happy Hour -
3 for $10 mixed drinks and $1 shots.

Greek Saturdayz @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth Ave.
Every Saturday the Phi Beta Sigma Frat welcomes
greeks, college grads and smooth operators. Admission
$15 all night, $10 for greeks in letters. Music by DJ
Palmer, security strictly enforced.

Chill Out Sundays @ The Beach Hut, West Bay
Street with fresh served BBQ and other specials start-
ing from 4pm-10pm, playing deep, funky chill moods
with world beats. Cover $2.

Sweet Sunday Chill Out Soiree Lounge, every Sun-
day, 4pm-midnight @ Patio Grille, British Colonial
Hotel.

Wet Sundays, every Sunday, noon-midnight @ Crys-
tal Cay Beach. Admission $10, ladies free.


the


main


event


'Transforming Spaces'

PAINTINGS, mixed-media works, ceramic and tion and a sense of community among art gal-
sculpture by some of the country's best artists will leries on the island.
be on exhibit starting this Saturday, March 12, as (Pictured is a gong by metal sculptor Tyrone
part of an effort to nurture increased coopera- Ferguson.)


Carib Scene @ Club Fluid every Sunday. A night of
Caribbean, Latin and Reggae flavours for all audi-
ences. Latin Flair in the VIP Lounge; Old School Reg-
gae and Soca in the Main Lounge. Ladies in free before
llpm. $10 after llpm. Men, $15 cover charge.

Jay Mitchell and Hot KC @ Palm Court Lounge,
British Colonial Hilton, Wednesday-Thursday 8pm-
12am.

Sunday Night Interlude @ Briteley's Restaurant &
Lounge, Eneas St off Poinciana Drive. Featuring
Frankie Victory at the key board in the After Dark
Room every Sunday, 8.30pm to ihidnight. Fine food
and drinks.

Paul Hanna, Tabatha and Gernie, and the
Caribbean Express perform at Traveller's Rest, West
Bay St, every Sunday, 6.30pm-9.30pm.

The Arts

TimeLine, an exhibition of paintings by Chantal
Bethel and Claudette Dean at the Central Bank of
the Bahamas Gallery runs through March 18.

Andret John & Willicey Tynes will exhibit recent
drawings, paintings and sculpture in a two man-
show at Andret John's studio on Frederick St.

Ian Strachan's Diary of Souls, the critically
acclaimed play examining the Haitian experience in
the Bahamas on Saturday, March 12, 8pm. Call the
box office at 393-3728 for ticket info. Tickets are $20.

Transforming Spaces, a six-gallery exhibition of
paintings, mixed-media and sculpture opens Satur-
day, March 12, as part of an effort to nuture
increased cooperation and a sense of community
among art galleries on the island. Each space will
feature a unique aspect of the developing and
diverse Bahamian art culture, including works by
well-known Bahamian artists Max Taylor, Jessica
Maycock, Antonius Roberts, Malcolm Rae, John
Beadle, John Cox, Jason Bennett, Kendal Hanna
and many others. Starting at 11am, tours will begin
at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas on
West and West Hill Sts and travel to the five remain-
ing spaces. A guide will provide a brief description
of the spaces, their history, their direction and the
theme of the current work on display. Each space
will provide light refreshments and have on hand
information particular to their efforts. A second
tour will leave NAGB at 3.30pm. Sites will be open
until 8pm on Saturday. Tour Fee: $5 (except NAGB
members). You may also use your own vehicle. All
shows will run until Saturday, April 2. Participating
galleries:
National Art Gallery of the Bahamas 328-5800/1
Stingrae Studios 324-3416
TYF Studios 341-8505
Post House Gallery 327-7562


Popopstudios Gallery 323-5220
New Providence Art and Antiques 328-7916

The second part of a Fabric Printing workshop
will be held on Saturday, March 12, from 10am -
1pm at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas.
The workshop is part of the NAGB's Youth Work-
shop series and is for children between the ages of 12
and 18. Joie Lamare of Bahama Handprints will be
conducting the workshop. Cost: $10 members/$16
non-members. Call the gallery at 328-5800/1 to reg-
ister.

The National Collection @ the National Art
Gallery of the Bahamas, an exhibition that takes the
viewer on a journey through the history of fine art in
the Bahamas. It features signature pieces from the
national collection, including recent acquisitions by
Blue Curry, Antonius Roberts and Dionne Ben-
jamin-Smith. Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday,
llam-4pm. Call 328-5800 to book tours.

Tavares Strachan, a Bahamian artist working
abroad, will present his work at the National Art
Gallery of the Bahamas as part of the NAGB's Artist
Talk series on Tuesday, March 15 at 6pm. Strachan,
referred to as "post studio" artist who is "no longer
tied to the traditional space of the studio", has just
completed an installation of his work in Iceland
and is working in the Master of Fine Arts pro-.
gramme at Yale University. Space is limited. Arrive
early to guarantee seating. Call the gallery at 328-
5800/1 for more info.

Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn Davies Col-
lection @ the National Art Gallery 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 Awakening Landscape: The Nassau Water-
colours of Gaspard Le Marchand Tupper, from the
collection of Orjan and Amanda Lindroth @ the
National Art Gallery of the Bahamas. The mid-
nineteenth century paintings that make up the exhi-
bition are part of one of the earliest suites of paint-
ings of Nassau and its environs. Tupper was a British
military officer stationed at Fort Charlotte in the
1850s. The works show a pre-modern Bahamas.
through the decidely British medium of watercolour.
Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-4pm. Call
328-5800 to book tours.

ggP W i.. Health .l


Doctors Hospital Distinguished Lecture Series:
Dr Brian Humblestone will discuss Nutrition and
Weight Management "Taking it Off, Keeping it
Off", on Thursday, March 17 at 6pm in the Doctors
Hospital conference room in observance of Nutri-
tion Month. This lecture will educate persons about
how to lose weight safely and keep the weight off
while remaining healthy. The lecture is free to the


general public. Free blood pressure, cholesterol
and glucose screenings will be performed between
5pm and 6pm. Call 302-4603 to ensure available
seating.

The Cancer Society of the Bahamas meets at 5.30pm
on the second Tuesday of each month at, their Head-
quarters at East Terrace, Centreville. Call 323-4482
for more info.

MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Bahamas meets the third
Monday every month, 6pm @ Doctors Hospital con-
ference room.

The Bahamas Diabetic Association meets every
third Saturday, 2.30pm (except August and December)
@ the Nursing School, Grosvenor Close, Shirley Street.

Doctors Hospital, the official training centre of the
American Heart Association offers CPR classes cer-
tified by the AHA. The course defines the warning
signs of respiratory arrest and gives prevention strate-
gies to avoid sudden death syndrome and the most
common serious injuries and choking that can occur in
adults, infants and children. CPR and First Aid class-
es are offered every third Saturday of the month from
9am-lpm. Contact a Doctors Hospital Community
Training Representative at 302-4732 for more infor-
mation and learn to save a life today.

REACH Resources & Education for Autism
and related Challenges meets from 7pm 9pm the
second Thursday of each month in the cafeteria of
the BEC building, Blue Hill Road.

i ~ Civic Clubs 1

The Bahamas Historical Society's monthly meet-
ing is scheduled for 6pm on March 17 at the Muse-
um on Shirley Street and Elizabeth Avenue. Dr
Donald Hopkins of the Carter Presidental Center,
a descendent of Long Island, Harbour Island and
Abaco, will give a presentation entitled "Posing
Questions, Pondering Records and Probing. the
Genes: Researching Family Histories in the
Bahamas." The public is invited to attend.

Register to join the Bahamas Film Makers Society
on Saturday, March 19 @ Seafood Haven, Fish Fry,
Arawak Cay from noon 4pm. Member fees: $50
adults, $25 students. E-mail yehmanentertain-
ment@yahoo.com for more info.

Toastmasters Club 1905 meets Tuesday, 7.30pm @
BEC Cafe, Tucker Rd. Club 9477 meets Friday, 7pm @
Bahamas Baptist Community College Rm A19, Jean
St. Club 3956 meets Thursday, 7.30pm @ British Colo-
nial Hilton. Club 1600 meets Thursday, 8.30pm- @
SuperClubs Breezes. Club 7178 meets Tuesday, 6pm @
The J Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave. Club
2437 meets every second, fourth and fifth Wednesday,
at the J Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave at 6pm.,
Club 612315 meets Monday 6pm @ Wyndham Nassau
Resort, Cable Beach.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Eta Psi Omega chap-
ter meets every second Tuesday, 6.30pm @ the'
Eleuthera Room in the Wyndham Nassau Resort,
Cable Beach. On Saturday, March 19 the sorority will
host its 7th Annual Pep Rally and Cheerleading Com-
petition at the Kendal Isaacs Gym. Tickets available at
Juke Box, Mall at Marathon and at participating
schools.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity meets every first Tues-
day, 7pm @ Gaylord's Restaurant, Dowdeswell St.
Please call 502-4842/377-4589 for more info.

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity meets every second
Tuesday, 6.30pm @ Atlantic House, IBM Office, 4th
floor meeting room.

The Nassau, Bahamas Pan-Hellenic Council
(NPHC) meets every third Monday of the month in the
Board Room of the British Colonial Hilton Hotel,
Bay St.

Nassau Council 10415 Knights of Columbus meets
the second and fourth Wednesday of the month, 8pm
@ St Augustine's Monestary.

Send all your civic and social events to The Tri-
bune via fax: 328-2398 or e-mail: outthere@tribune-
media.net


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Turnquest: US report could


lead

- FROM page one
dategorisation is not based "on
on assessment of the country or
jurisdiction's legal framework
'o combat money laundering; its
role in the terrorist financing
problem; or the degree of its
operation ithe international
Aght against money laundering,
ihcluding terrorist financing."
These aspects are neverthe-
less included among the vulner-
ability factors.
Senator Turnquest said that
ihe FNM is urging the PLP
administration to examine areas


to Bahamas 'black-listing'


of vulnerability in the Bahamas,
which were identified by the
former government.
He suggested that in order to
combat these vulnerabilities the
government should implement
reforms of financial laws initi-
ated by the FNM in 2000; pro-
vide adequate resources to law
enforcement and prosecutori-
al/judicial personnel, "to ensure
that investigations and prosecu-
tions are satisfactorily complet-
ed", and efficiently process
requests for international coop-
eration.
Mr Turnquest said that the
current administration, since


coming to power in 2002, has
not changed "any of the finan-
cial laws that they so heavily
criticised" under the previous
government.
He said that the Bahamian
government "continues to face
international criticism in regards
to the effectiveness and speed
in which measures are being
implemented, and the level of
its responses to international
requests for assistance".
Mr Turnquest urged Prime
Minister Perry Christie, "in the
interest of the utmost national
concern", to act swiftly in this
instance.


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.FROM page one
"I want to conclude by say-
ing I spoke wherever I went
yesterday because it tells you
how certain death is. And the
Psalm says as for man his days
are as grass. As a flower in the
field, he flourisheth. A wind
passeth over the flower and it
is gone. And the place thereof
shall know it no more.
"So his values must live
through you, son and daugh-
ters, and as you manifest in
your community, the people
around you will see the
involvement of your father liv-
ing through you."


PM pays
And the Prime Minister
ended, "On behalf of the Pro-
gressive Liberal Party, which I
have the privilege to lead at
this season, on behalf of the
people of The Commonwealth
of The Bahamas, I salute the
Rev Allan Martin for his life
and his times.
"And I say to his family that
even though the pages of his-
tory may not have a sentence
singling what he did and for
whom he did it, rest assured
it's people like him who helped
to define the dignity of the


tribute
cause that they fought for that
elevated Lynden Pindling,
Hubert Ingraham-and Perry
Christie to the position they
enjoy.
And when their names are
called, it is because of the
names of the people who are
unsung heroes and heroines in
our Commonwealth."
The funeral sermon was
preached by Pastor Carlton
Gardiner. Evangelist Rita Stu-
art was moderator and inter-
ment was in the Eight Mile
Rock Public Cemetery.


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foreigners.
"We called the health department and we are asking
them to check the company out because we have per-
sons who do not have health certificates in the kitchen
trying to cook food, we are saying that is wrong," said
Mr Douglas.
He wants to know if the foreign workers had work
permits.
"How can they support the foreigners and they can-
not keep the Bahamian workers hired?" he asked. He
said it was a matter not only for the union but the
entire country.
"We believe that if these people (union members)
don't have jobs and they cannot work they should
close this place down and never open it again, it is as
simple as that. If it takes demonstrations or whatever,
day in and day out, that is what we will do."
Tempers flared Friday as police officers tried to get
the union officials and employees off the premises;
They claimed that they were simply trying to get
answers as to why the employees were terminated.
Management at the club told The Tribune yesterday
that they had no comment on the situation at this
time.


700 illegal

immigrants

repatriated

this year
FROM page one
but that such assistance may
be sought from the United
Nations High Commissioner
for Refugees at some point
in the future.
It was also announced
yesterday that during the
month of February, round-
up operations conducted by
the Immigration Depart-
ment led to the arrest of 173
suspected illegal immigrants.
On February 10 in Marsh
Harbour, Abaco, immigra-
tion officers arrested 31
Haitians and one Jamaican.
On February 23,50 Haitians
were arrested in Eleuthera,
and seven Haitians and six
Dominicans in Andros. A
total of 78 Haitians were
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Visit of New York Senator


SFROM left, Derryl 0 Benton, vice- president of the Hudson Group; Brady Keys Jr, president of the 'Helping Involve Parents' programme; Senator Paulette
Zonicle; Speaker of the House of Assembly Oswald Ingraham; President of the Senate Sharon Wilson; New York State Senator Carl Andrews; Senator
Cyprianna McWeeney and Senator Gladys Johnson-Sands.


* LEADER of the FNM Senator Tom-
my Turnquest with his wife Shawn.


* SYLVIA Scriven, former MP for St Margaret's and Parliamentary Secretary Min-
istry of Health, and Deputy Chairman of the Free National Movement Loretta But-
ler-Turner presenting the painting "Sea Grapes" by Chan Pratt.


* THERESA Moxey-Ingraham, former Minister of Health
and Environment; attorney Edward Turner; Jaunianne Rah-
ming-Dorsett, former MP for Fox Hill.


* BRENT Symonette, MP for Montagu and former cabinet minister; Sylvia Scriven, former
MP for St Margaret's and Parliamentary Secretary Ministry of Health; Janet Bostwick, for-
mer Minister of Foreign Affairs; Loretta Butler-Turner, deputy chairman of the Free Nation-
al Movement, during a reception held at Mrs Butler-Turner residence following the cele-
brations of the 61st anniversary of Salem Baptist Church, Kemp Road.


* JOHNLEY Ferguson, former school principal; Caron Shepard, real estate agent; Manlin
Turner and husband Derek Turner, investors.


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* By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter


ST. AUGUSTINE'S College, celebrat-
ing 60 years of excellence, painted the
Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Sta-
dium red and white again as they contin-
ued their Bahamas Association of Inde-
pendent Secondary Schools' track and field
dynasty.
SAC's Big Red Machines, dominating
seven of the eight divisions and setting
nine of the 14 records yesterday, amassed
a total of 1,302.50 points at the end of the
three day meet 785 points more than
their nearest rival to win their 17th
straight title.
"This is the best one yet," said William
'Knucklehead' Johnson, who is in his third
consecutive year as head coach. "This year,
we just wanted to go out and be the top
school in whatever we did."

Premier
Johnson, one of the country's premier
distance runners in the past, lost only the
bantam girls' divisional title to the Queen's
College Comets.
But while all of the other divisional titles
were expected, Johnson said the one that
really stood out the most was in the senior
boys.
"We didn't feel that we were that strong,
but this goes to show that strength is com-
parative to what the other schools brought
to. the table."
In winning just about every individual
event on the track, SAC collected a total of
189 points to secure the senior boys' title
over Queen's College, who came up with
76 for second.
"Our senior boys really dedicated them-
selves from September, going 4-5 days a
week training, not only with our school,
but with their clubs," said Johnson, in try-
ing to explain why the senior boys per-
formed so well.

Battle
While SAC dominated the meet, it came
down to a close battle for second place
with the St John's Giants (517.5) nipping
Queen's College (516) by one and half
points.
"I think it was purely our athletes com-
ing out and finishing the events that we
qualified in," said St. John's head coach
Chercovie Wells. "Everybody just tried to
do what they had to do."
With Queen's College not qualifying for
the senior boys' 4 x 400 relay, the door
was opened for St. John's to take over sec-
ond place.
"That was a difficult one, considering
we had three relays that were disqualified
and one that didn't work out," said
Comets' coach Gary Markham. "It was a
bit disappointing.
"Our senior boys lost their heads and
they didn't qualify and we were DQ in the
4 x 1. So it cost us down the stretch. But I
was pleased with the overall team. It bodes
well for the future."
As for SAC's performance, coach Wells
said it's going to be hard to beat them
because "they take their programme more
serious than everybody else.

SEE page 3B


SAC Big Red Machine's Anthony Butler
pulls away from the pack to win the senior boys
200 metre dash yesterday at the BAISS track
and field championships.
(Photo: Felipe Major/Tribune staff)


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Keeping ahead of the pack



this week in track and field


* FAITH Temple's Jamahl Strachan
wins the long jump this week at the BAISS
track and field championships.
(Photo: Felipi Major/Tribune staff)


* SAC'S
Douglas Palacious
pulls away from
the pack to win the
senior boys 100
metre dash this
week at the BAISS
meet.


(Photo:
Felipe Major/
Tribune staff)


* SAC'S Victor Grant
wins the senior boys
javelin this week at the
track and field champi-
onshis.
(Photo:
Felipi Major/
Tribune staff)


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* TEMPLE Christian's Nicolette Pratt (right) wins the intermediate
girls 800m yesterday at the BAISS track and field championships.
(Photo: Felipe Major/Tribune staff)


The BAISS


track and field





championships


FROM page one

"A lot of my athletes are
into JA, GA and the Gen-
tleman's Club, SAC's ath-
letes are pure athletes,"
Wells reflected. "But next
year, we will be dividing the
team with subsidiaries with
the other coaches working
on certain aspects of the
team."
Coach Markham took it a
step further.

Compete
"I don't think there's any
school that can compete with
SAC," he insisted. "They
have the strength across the
board and they have a lot of
club athletes. So they are
very good technically. But
SAC has a very good pro-
gramme."
Now it's on to the
Bahamas Association of
Athletic Association's
National High School Track
and Field Championships
that will be held in Grand
Bahama next month.
-"We are going to take a
hard long look at it and see if
we will go," Johnson noted.
"But I would really like to
see the kids go because they
worked so hard and they
should be able to compete
well at nationals."
Among the record break-
ers were Sasha Ferguson in
the senior girls' discus. In
throwing 42.58 metres to
lower -hr o)l mark of 38.98,


Ferguson also surpassed the
qualifying mark for the Carif-
ta Games.
Their other record on the
field came from coach John-
son's son, Donte Johnson,
who tossed the senior boys'
discus 44.07 to erase the old
mark of 42.88 that was set by
Reginald Sands of Kingsway
Academy.
St. John's Gabrielle Nixon,
who already qualified for
Carifta, threw the interme-
diate girls' javelin 32.90 to
shatter the previous mark of
28.78 by Lashanda Gittens
of SAC.
And Eunae Wright, also
of St John's, leapt 10.55
metres to replace the senior
girls' triple jump record of
10.44 that was set by Rainya
Smith of St John's in 1999.
On the track, St. Andrew's
Natalya Beneby ran 44.49'
seconds to erase the inter-
mediate girls' 300 hurdles
record of 46.13 that was set
by Shannise Wright in 2000.
Michael Bethel of SAC
ran 2:02.40 to replace Adesh
Sharma of St. Anne's old
mark of 2:02.81 and Nathan
Arnett, also from SAC, ran
56.20 in the intermediate
boys' 400 hurdles to surpass
the 57.12 mark that was set
by St. John's Andretti Bain
in 2000.
SAC's Michelle Cumber-
batch set the only other indi-
vidual record on the track
when she clocked 1:05.09 in
the senior girls' 400 hurdles
to surpass the old mark of
1:07.82 held by Rodiea


McDonald from 2002.
The other records all fell in
the relays either the 4 x 100
or the 4 x 400.
SAC's team of Latoya
Stovel, Crystal Bodie, Tess
Mullings and Tia Rolle set
one in the intermediate girls'
4 x 100 in 49.31, while the
quartet of Bodie, Stovel,
Deshaughn Martin and
Takai Bethel got one in the 4
x 400 in 4:11.05.
SAC's intermediate boys'
4 x 4 team of Kemie Hinzey,
Michael Bethel, Gerard
Brown and Nathan Arnett
ran 3:33.78 for a new record.

Relay
As did SAC's senior girls'
4 x 1 relay team of Eugena
Patton, Alexanderia Oem-
bler, Michelle Cumberbatch
and Sasha Joyce with their
time of 47.70.
And their team of Oem-
bler, Cumberbatch, Joyce
and Leniece Rolle ran
4:07.43 to set a new senior
girls' 4 x 400 record.
There was no record
breaking performance in the
grand finale, but Nassau
Christian Academy's team of
Lebyron Stevens, Jonathan
Ferguson, D'Angelo Griffin
and Giovanni Deal ran
3:31.46 to hold off SAC'S
team of Jordan Hanna,
Michael Burrows, Ethorn
Bullard and Anthony But-
ler.
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Comedy (N)
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* WFOR ball: ac-10 Fi- wealthy stock broker is killed during es for a former cop when she van- Police find a new suspect in a 15-
nal an apparent carjacking. (CC) ishes after being shot. year-old murder. (N) (CC)
WTVJFins TV Extra Law & Order McCoy makes a dis- Law & Order: Criminal Intent Po- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
S WVTVJ covery after a convicted child killer lice suspect an architect designed a A missing 16-year-old girl is found in
is run down on the street. blueprint for murder. 11 (CC) a deserted building. (CC)
Deco Drive Cops "Coast to Cops A suspect America's Most Wanted: America News (CC)
B WSVN Weekend Coast" (N) Cl gives kudos to Fights Back Drug trafficker Joaquin
(PA) (CC) the cops. (CC) Guzman. (N) n (CC)I
Wheel of For- ***x MINORITY REPORT (2002, Science Fiction) Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton. Premiere:
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the girls mother. (CC) killing him. (CC) plot. (N) (CC)
This Week Inter- BBC World Fast Track BBC World Spirit of Yacht- BBC World Kill or Cure?
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spondents.
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CBC Richard Dreyfuss, Glenne Headly, Jay Thomas, (CC) ell. A TV weatherman is trapped in a Feb. 2 time warp. (CC)
N:00) Tim The Suze Orman Show (CC) The Suze Orman Show Credit Tim Russert
CNBC Rssert cards. (CC)
S 00) The Capital Presents Larry King Live CNN Saturday Night
CNN Mang
(:00) Mad TV Ac- Patton Oswalt: No Reason to Chappelle's Chappelle's The Hollow Men Drawn Together
COM tress Melina Complain The comic shares his Show (CC) Show Jamie (CC) (CC)
Kanakaredes. views on life and people. (CC) Foxx. (CC)
COURT Cops n (CC) Forensic Files Forensic Files Body of Evi- Body of Evi- Trace Evidence: From the Case
COURT dence dence Files of Dr. Henry Lee
That's So Raven BUFFALO DREAMS (2005, Drama) Reiley McClendon, Simon R. Baker, Lizzie McGuire Phil of the Fu-
DISN Parties at the Graham Greene. Navajo and Caucasian youths must bridge the cultural An intriguing new ture "Double
Chill Grill. gap.'NR' (CC). kid. (CC) Trouble" (CC)
DIY Grounds for Im- Celebrity Hob- Radio Control Wood Works Woodturning Warehouse Warriors
DIY provement bles (N) Hobbies Writing desk. Techniques
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DW I German)
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E! down Secrets Hilton. C (CC) Missy Eliott. n (CC)
College Basket- College Basketball Big East Tournament Final -- Teams TBA. From College Basketball: Mountain West
ESPN ball Madison Square Garden in New York. (Live) (CC) Final --Teams TBA
6:00) PGA Golf Champions Tour Figure Skating Campbell's Intemational Classic. From SportsCenter International Edi-
ESPNI SBC Classic- Second Round. Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. tion (Live)
EWTN dDaily Mass: Our St. Patrick: Apostle of Ireland In Persona The Holy Rosary Franciscan University Presents
EWTN Lady __________Christi 1 "Lively Round-Table"
FITTV (:00) Ultimate Buff Brides: The Bridal Challenge FitTV's Housecalls "Jacqueline W.; Peak Performance Japanese mas-
S V oals n (CC) "Siobhan & Julie" C l(CC) Pre and Post-Natal Exercise" ter and disciple. n (CC)
FOX-NC (:00) Fox Report Heartland With John Kasich In Big Story Weekend Edition With At Large With Geraldo Rivera
FOX-NC Columbus, Ohio. (Live) Rita Crosby (Live) (Live)
FSNFL (:00) Women's College Basketball Big 12 Touma- Head to Head With James Brown FOX Sports Net The Sports List
FSNFL ment Final Baylor vs. Kansas State. (Live) Across America
F 6:00) PGA Golf Champions Tour Golf Central Big Break IIIl: Ladies Only PGA Golf Champions Tour -- SBC
GOLF SBC Classic- Second Round. (Live) Classic --Second Round.
:00) Do Eat Who Wants to Be a Millionaire 1 Match Game Match Game Match Game Match Game
GSN ognCC) (CC) (CC) (CC) (CC) (CC)
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G4Tech leashed leashed ground (N)CC)
THE LONG SHOT (2004, Drama) Julie Benz, Marsha THICKER THAN WATER (2005, Drama) Melissa Gilbert, Lindsay Wagn-
HALL Mason, Paul Le Mat. An accident leaves an equestri- er, Brian Wimmer. Premiere. A woman sets out to find her late father's for-
ah's horse blind. (CC) mer wife. (CC)
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KTLA Publicist has gets more com- Loves Raymond
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LIFE Greene, William R. Moses. A mysterious pregnancy Jordan Ladd, Robert Wisden. A lonely teen is lured into danger by an on-
threatens to tear a family apart. (CC) line suitor. (CC)
(:00) MSNBC MSNBC Adventurer The jaguar MSNBC Adventurer MSNBC Investigates: Heart Hos-
MSNBC Adventurer and its neighbors. pital Florida's Or ando hospital.
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OLN TredBarta
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SPEED mance (N) (N) Cup Series. Taped)
(:00) The Coral In Touch (CC) Hour of Power (CC) Billy Graham Classic Crusades
TBN Ridge Hour (CC)
** THE * DUMB & DUMBER (1994, Comedy) (PA) Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels, ** ACE VENTURA: WHEN NA-
TBS MASK (1994) Lauren Holly. Two witless wonders take a cash-laden briefcase to Aspen. TURE CALLS (1995, Comedy) Jim
(PA) Jim Carrey. (CC) Carrey, lan McNeice. (CC)
(:00) What Not Moving Up A couple movin to a Trading S aces "Key West: Roo- Town Haul "Beauty and the Beast"
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(CC) their style. sparse and messy rooms. (N) stored. (N)
** *THE *** GLADIATOR (2000, Action) Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Connie Nielsen. A fugitive general be-
TNT MUMMY (1999) comes a gladiator in ancient Rome.
Brendan Fraser.
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WSBK Week" (CC) Del Toro, Christopher Walken. A thief steals a car with an heiress locked himself back on Earth in the 1940s
in the trunk. fighting alien Nazis. (CC)

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H BO-E GOT SERVED Michelle Trachtenberg. Premiere. A teen and his Ruthie's visitor leaves lipstick traces. IL'S ADVOCATE
(2004) 'PG-13' friends have misadventures in Europe. C 'R' (CC) C (CC) (1997)
HBO-P (6:00)*** Deadwood "A Lie Agreed Upon, Sex and the City Sex and the City Real Time Actor Richard Belzer. /l
HBO-P PATRIOT Part I" Swearengen and Bul ock "Anchors Away" "Unoriginal Sin" (CC)
GAMES (1992) have a violent confrontation. (CC) C (CC) n (CC)


JOHNSON FAMILY VACATION (2004, Comedy) :15)** YOU GOT SERVED (2004, Drama) Marques Houston, Omari
HBO-W Cedric the Entertainer. A man takes his family on a dis- randberry, Jarell Houston. Street dancers work together'to win a compe-
astrous road trip. C 'PG-13' (CC) tition. C 'PG-13' (CC)
(1 .' *** LACKAWANNA BLUES (2005, Drama) ** 50 FIRST DATES 2004, Romance-Comedy) (:45 The Making
HBO-S Epatha Merkerson. Awoman takes care of a boy Adam Sandier. A man fals for a woman who has short- Of: 0 First
and elps struggling blacks. C 'NR'(CC) term memory loss. Cl 'PG-13' (CC) Dates C (CC)
(6:00)* UN- *** TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES (2003, Science Fic- *x THE WHOLE TEN YARDS
MAX-E DERWORLD tion) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nick Stahl, Claire Danes. Acyborg protects (2004, Comedy) Bruce Willis. Pre-
(2003) 'R' (CC) John Connor from a supenor model. Cl 'R' (CC) miere. l 'PG-13' (CC)
(:00) **% WILD THINGS (1998, Drama) Kevin Ba- *** LOVE ACTUALLY (2003, Romance-Comedy) Alan Rickman, Bill
MOMAX con, Matt Dillon. Two high-school vixens conspire Nighy, Colin Firth. Various people deal with relationships in London. Cl
against a faculty member. Cl 'R' (CC) 'r(CC)
(6:00) ** MIM- * JEEPERS CREEPERS 2 (2003, Horror) Ray (:45) *' BARB WIRE (1996, Adventure) Pamela An-
SHOW IC (1997) Mira Wise, Jonathan Brack. iTV. A winged creature terror- derson Lee. iTV. A beautiful bounty hunter must
Sorvino. izes stranded people. 1 'R' (CC) choose sides in a civil war. Cl 'R' (CC)
.(600) THE SE- * ROGER DODGER (2002, Comedy-Drama) Campbell Scott, Jesse * DUMMY (2003, Comedy-Dra-
TMC CRET UVES OF Eisenberg, Isabella Rosseni. A womanizer teaches his nephew how to ma) Adrien Brody, Milla Jovovich.
DENTISTS 'R' score with the ladies. R' (CC)'R'(CC)


SUNDAY EVENING MARCH 13, 2005

7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30

They Came for Good: A History of Jews in the United States "Present at the Creation" Israel Beyond the Horizon "A Jour-
B WPBT The influence of Jewish citizens in American life and Colonial politics following their arrival in ney From Heaven to Earth" A
Manhattan in 1654. (CC)
(:00) 60 Minutes Cold Case A priest relays a confi- SAVING MILLY (2005, Docudrama) Madeleine Stowe, Bruce Greenwood.
* WFOR (N) A (CC) dental confession related to the Premiere. Journalist Morton Kondracke cares for his ailing wife. A (CC)
death of a 9-year-old boy. (N) A
(:00) Dateline The Contender East and West Law & Order: Criminal Intent A Crossing Jordan "Gray Murders" A
0 WTVJ NBC (N) n (CC) teams battle to decide who will fight promising chef disappears and a passenger and a baggage handler
next. (N) Cl (CC) restaurant critic is murdered. (N) die mysteriously. (N) C (CC).
Malcolm in the The Simpsons Arrested Devel- The Simpsons Grammer Pre- News (CC)
* WSVN Middle Tiki Selma wants to opment Mother- Canadian pre- sent: The
lounge. (N) (CC) adopt a baby. son dance. (N) scription. C Sketch Show
S(:00) Extreme Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Jake in Jake in Boston Legal An old adversary of
B WPLG Makeover: "Okvath Family and University Med- Progress "Pilot" Progress'Stand Denny Crane wants to be frozen
Home Edition ical Center (N) (CC) (N) (CC) by Your Man" (N) and stored in a cryonics institute.
lIm m+ -"
(:00) Cold Case The First 48 Miami detectives probe Family Plots Family Plots Intervention Agambler loses his
A&E Files (CC) the murder of a college student. Tensions mount. "New Blood" (N) family's home. (N) (CC)
(CC) (N) (CC) (CC)
Extra Time BBC World Speed Why peo- BBC World Dateline London BBC World Asia Today
BBCW News pie love or hate News News
to go fast.
BET (5:30) BET Inspiration
CBC (:00) Curling Tim Hortons Brier -- Final. From Rexall Place in Edmonton. (Live) (CC) CBC News: Sun-
BC I day Night
:00) The Con- Topic A With Tina Brown Debra Dennis Miller Cover to Cover Host Liz Claman.
dNBC enderA C(CC) Winger. (N)_____________
S(:00 People in CNN 25"Technology" Important mo- Larry King Live CNN Prime Cuts
NN theews (CC) ments in technology. (N)
M:00) MadTV *Axs JUWANNA MANN (2002, Comedy) Miguel A. Nunez Jr., Vivica A. Chappelle's Chappelle's
COM CC) Fox, Kevin Pollak. Premiere. An ex-NBA player dresses in drag to join a Show (CC) Show Jamie
women's league. (CC) Foxx. (CC)
COURT Power, Privilege Cops "Guns Spe- Cops Stolen wal- Cops "Coast to Cops "Coast to The Investigators "Crimes of the
COURT & Justice cialEdition" let. A (CC) Coast" A (CC) Coast" A (CC) Heart" Teen shoots classmate.
That's So Raven BUFFALO DREAMS (2005, Drama) Reiley.McClendon, Simon R. Baker, Lizzie McGuire Phil of the Fu-
DISN "Art Breaker" Graham Greene. Navajo and Caucasian youths must bridge the cultural Aaron Carter ture Lack of a
(CC) gap.'NR' (CC) shoots a video. fifth toe. (CC)
DI Tools & Tech- Celebrity Hob- DIY Next Door Handmade Mu- Making Home Warehouse Warriors
DIY niques bles sic" ,Movies
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DW IWeek German)
E! Celebrity Wed- Full House: The El True Hollywood Story The cast of "Full House." (N) The Entertainer Sabotage attempt-
dings-Funeral A (CC) ed. (N)
ESPN (:00) ESPNU Bracketology (Live) (CC) Dream Job 2005 (N)
I 6:00) PGA Golf Champions Tour-- Figure Skating Chevy Skating Spectacular. SportsCenter International Edi-
ESPNI ABC Classic Final Round. lion (Live)
EWTN Father Father Corapi and the Catechism G.K. Cheserton: The Holy Rosary EWTN Live
EW N Groeschel of the Catholic Church The Apostle
I:00 No Oppor- Blaine's Low Blaine's Low Ultimate Goals Dragon Boat Rac- The Twisted Lives of Contortion-
FIT TV unty Wasted Carb Kitchen Carb Kitchen ing team. A (CC) ists A (CC)
FOX-NC (:00) Fox Report War Stories With Oliver North Breaking Point Negative views At Large With Geraldo Rivera
"-NThe Invasion of Sicily" about the United States abroad. (Live)
:00) Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament Boxin Sunday Night Fights. The Sports List Around the
FSNFL om Cabazon, Calif. (N) (Taped) Track
6:00) PGA Golf Champions Tour -- Golf Central Post Game Show (Live) PGA Golf Champions Tour-- SBC
GOLF SBC Classic-- Final Round. (Live) Classic-- Final Round.
GSN World Series of World Series of Blackjack 2005 World Series of Blackjack 2005 World Series of Blackjack 2005
GS_ N Blackjack2005 (CC) (CC) (CC)
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c graphics. Persia." ground (N)
MYSTERY WOMAN: SING ME A MURDER (2005) MCBRIDE: MURDER PAST MIDNIGHT (2005, Mystery) John Larro-
HALL Kellie Martin, Clarence Williams III. An amateur sleuth quette, Marta DuBois, Matt Lutz. Alawyer defends a woman accused of
investigates members of a folk band. (CC) murdering her husband. (CC)
Selling Houses Designer Super- Real Renos "The Debbie Travis' Facelift "Bob's Back Holmes on Homes "Sunnyside
1 (CC)
INSP John Ankerberg In Touch "The Landmine of Cov- The King Is Voice of Revival Jack Van Impe Manna-Fest (CC)
INSP etousness" Covetousness. (CC) Coming (CC) Presents (CC)
*i PLAYING Everwood "The Reflex" Ephram Jack & Bobby Grace catches Jack Charmed "Witchness Protection"
KTLA GOD (1997, Sus- and Amy decide to take their rela- buying condoms in preparation for A (CC)
pense) tionship to the next level. A (CC) his big night with Missy. ___
FATAL REUNION (2005, Suspense) Erika Eleniak, Strong Medicine A prominent surgeon rapes Lu. (CC)
LIFE David Millbem, Michael Bergin. A woman works with a
district attorney to stop a stalker. (CC)
M:00) MSNBC MSNBC Adventurer "Violent Volca- MSNBC Investigates: Dangerous Meet the Press (CC)
MSNBC Adventurer noes"' Crossings
Unfabulous Zoey 101 "Back- Romeo! "Loose Full House Full House "I'm Fresh Prince of Fresh Prince of
NICK Cliques. (CC) pack" (N) Lips" (N)(CC) (CC) (NotD.J."(CC) Be-Air Bel-Air
NTV Extreme Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Desperate Housewives "Come In, News A (CC) News
Makeover: Home (N) A (Part 2 of 2) (CC) Stranger" A (CC)
LN :00) Killer In- Bull .Riding PBR Greenville Open. From Greenville, S.C. (Taped) PBR Total Bull Mysterious En-
OLN stinct _____ counters
SPEED Speed News NASCAR Victory Lane (Same-day Wind Tunnel With Dave Despain (Live)
SPEED Sunday (N) Tape) (CC)
Jack Hayford Joel Osteen Taking Authority Believer's Voice Changing Your *i THE BIBLE (1966) George C.
TBN (CC) (CC) (CC) of Victory (CC) World (CC) Scott. John Huston's epic adaptation
of the book of Genesis.
S **DUMB& ** *A THE TRUMAN SHOW (1998, Comedy-Drama Jim Carrey, Lau- *** is THE TRUMAN SHOW
TBS DUMBER (1994) ra Linney, Noah Emmerich. Premiere. A man leams that his world is one (1998, Comedy-Drama) Jim Carrey,
(PA) Jim Carrey. continuous TV program. (CC) Laura Linney. (CC)
(:00) Trading Trading Spaces Trading Castles Trading Spaces: Through the Roof Two neighbors, 10 designers, three
TLC Spaces: Family (CC) carpenters and Paige all work on a whole-house transformation.
*** GLADIATOR (2000, Action) Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Connie Nielsen. A fugi- ** GLADIATOR (2000, Action)
TNT tive general becomes a gladiator in ancient Rome. Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix,
Connie Nielsen.
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(:00) Futbolde la Liga Mexicana America vs. Mas AIM de Rubi
UNIV Guadalajara. (En Vivo)
* THE TRUTH ABOUT CHAR- **x MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE (1996, Adventure) Tom Cruise, Jon Voight, Emmanuelle
USA LIE (2002) Mark Wahlberg, Thandie Beart. A botched mission puts a spy on the run from his employers. (CC)
Newton. Premiere. (CC)
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S Home Improve- * HIDDEN AGENDA (2001, Action) Dolph Lundgren, Maxim Roy, WGN News at (:40) Instant Re-
WGN ment Tim s moth- Brigitte Paquette. A man who helps others disappear probes a fatal Nine C (CC) play C (CC)
er visits, breach.
(:00) Charmed Charmed "Ordinary Witches" Zank- Steve Harvey's Big Time Chal- WB11 News at Ten Weekend
WPIX "Witchness Pro- ou thwarts Piper's attempt to switch lenge Jillian Barbene; Kim Coles; Edition With Peter Thome and
section" A (CC) powers with Phoebe. Ant. (N) A(CC) Mary Murphy (CC)
That 70s Show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Red Sox This Red Sox Report
WSBK Kelso tries to set New DNA evidence forces Cather- "Fight Night" The team investigates Week
Fez up. (CC) ine to reopen an old case. A a deadly boxing match. A

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HBO-E eadwood Sea- The girls hit At- "Cover Gid" A Part II" Alma and Bullock face an struggles to stick to her alibi. (N) A
son 2 A lantic City. (CC) abrupt decision about their future. (CC)
(6:30)**a IN *aWIN A DATE WITH TAD HAMILTONI (2004) (:45) * HYSTERICAL BLINDNESS (2002, Drama)
H BO-P &OUT (1997) Kate Bosworth. A woman's friend and an actor vie for Uma Thurman, Gena Rowlands. Three women look for
Kevin Khine. A her affection. A 'PG-13' (CC) love and a stable life in New Jersey. A (CC)


('15)*A VEGAS VACATION (1997, Comedy) Chevy **% CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN (2003, Comedy) (:45)Maldn
H BO-W Chase. The Griswold clan embarks on yet another out- Steve Martin, Bonnie Hunt. A man must handle the Deadwood ea-
rageous outing. A 'PG' (CC) chaos surrounding his 12 children. A 'PG' (CC) son 2 Cl
(:00) **LE DIVORCE (2003, Romance-Comedy) ** a THE GATHERING STORM 2002, Drama) Al- (:45) The Qualty
HBO-S Kate Hudson, Naomi Watts. A woman visits her sister bert Finney, Vanessa Redgrave. Winston Churchill ofhercyq A
in Paris and finds romance. A 'PG-13' (CC) wams of the impending Nazi threat. A (CC) (CC)
(6:00)** **i MAGNUM FORCE (1973, Drama) Clint Eastwood, Hal Holbrook, **** THE RUNDOWN (2003,Ad-
MAX-E CHASING LIB- Mitchell Ryan. "Dirty" Harry investigates gangland-style murders. A 'R venture) The Rock, Seann William
ERTY (2004) A (CC) Scott. 1 'PG-13' (CC)
(:15) THE WHOLE TEN YARDS (2004, Comedy) OLD SCHOOL (2003, Comedy Luke Wilson, Wil (3)BIK AIR
MOMAX ruce Willis. A mobster pursues a retired hit man and a Ferrell, Vince Vaughn. Three men rive their Mid past A 002)
dentist. A 'PG-13' (CC) by starting a fraternity. 'NR' (CC) Regna Roll.
6:15)* * GOLDENEYE(1995, One Night One Star: Usher Live (iTV) The artist per- The L Wor ynch Pin" iTV) Bette
SHOW Adventure) Pierce Brosnan, Sean forms in San Juan, Puerto Rico. travels to New Yoak City. (N) A
Bean. iTV. A'PG-13' (CC) (CC)
(6:15) *a HUSH ***PULP FICTION (1994, Drama) John Travolta, Samuel L Jacson, UmaThuman. ****
TMC 1998)Jessica Criminals cross paths in three interlocked tales of mayhem. A 'R'(CC) CRYING
range. GAME (1992)


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Boat for Sale. 15' Bayliner with
Mercury 150 HP engine.Has VHF
radio, life


Brand New Hull, 19' Skiff, free extra's: Console cool-
er, 75 Gal fuel tank, water tank, foam filled, you will
not find a better ride, Pre-summer special, $11,995,
Call: 364-4771


i 2000 Chevy Blazer, black, excellent condition, clean
title asking, $8,500 O.B.O. Call: 393-0686 or 556-
1694


Call today 328-0002 / 502-2351
STARTING AT $25
FOR AN EXTRA $5 WE WILL
COME AND TAKE THE PICTURE


2004 Doge Neon, airbags, CD, AC, runs great, all black
interior, $8,500. ONO CASH money makes the price drop,
Call: 394-2165 or 325-3858 ask for Ken


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TRIB # 631
ANTI-THIEF CAR DVD SCREEN
8" and player $350.00 Camera phs motorola V500,
V600, V80 & V225 all $280.00!I We also special
order, Computer, laptops, we gat it all!!! Software
and hardware, V60 $145 (6srm & TDMA
Tel: 361-1425 Cell: 535-5868 call or text.


TRIB # 621 BOAT FOR SALE
1992 PANTERA 28' SPORT. This boat is a
one owner custom built boat. This boat has
been well maintained and is dry stored on a
lift. She is powered by twin 1999 250 H.P
Johnson outboards with less than 300 hrs.
This boat is turn key and ready to go. Top
speed is 65-70 mph.The interior has two
opposing lounges with 7ft V. berth forward.
$50,000.00 o.b.o.
Contact Bruce Maura @ 359-1692


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$4,500 ONO,
Call: 362-1667, 702-1530, or 544-9705
ask for Ms. Pratt


TRIB #618 MOVING SALE!
THE PRICE IS RIGHT
List your featured items:
Yamaha surround sound system,great cond. $350
Queen Sz mattress & boxspring/elegant metal
frame,great condition $400.
Canon ip6000D, high density inkjet photo printer.
New $200.
Nokia 3590(GSM)exc. con w/Nokia leather case $100
Nokia 8260(TDMA) w/Nokia leather case $80
Nokia 8290(GSM) excellent condition $100.
Nokia 6210(GSM) excellent cond $120

Tel: 393-5834/324-4198
E-mail:rboliva@yahoo.com


27' PHEONIX
Powered by twin mercruisers 228 hp.
$20,000.00
Engine low hours. Hull in excellent
condition
Tel: 477-0147/477-0148


TRIB #605
2004 HONDA ACCORD SEDAN
White with beige interior $33,500.00
o.n.o. Power everything, many acces-
sories added, viper alarm with many
features, 7,000 miles, 9 months old.
New from Nassau Motor
Tel: 359-2439


TRIB #586
1997 NISSAN ALTIMA
Black with tan interior interior $3,500.00
Power windows/doors, AC cassette player,
Tel: 364-0439 Cell: 477-4860


TRIB #645 1993 Mitsubishi RVR,
Sport Utility Vehicle 4 Door, 4WD
Green Two Tone
Excellent Condition $5,200
Only Serious persons
Call 457-0635


TRIB #601
ISUZU RODEO
4x4 V6 Silver Sport utility
$15,000.00
AC, 5 disk changer, power windows.
Tel: 364-6073


BBF #423 Cardless Satellite Receivers,
programmed and ready to plug n play,
get all your favorite channels, PPV, Movies,
U.S. networks, adults, sports, and more.
Can use on existing Direct TV dish, $250.
We also do installations,
Hotline: 525-1383


TRIB # 632
1996 FORD EXPLORER GREEN
$6,000.00
6 CD changer, leather interior, good condition good
engine
Tel: 392-1817 Cell: 557-1593


TRIB #616
1995 WHITE NISSAN BLUEBIRD
priced $3,300
1997 HONDA NINJA BIKE
Priced $2,700
1998 DAEWOO LANOS
priced $3,600
For serious enquires please call: 525-9211


BBF#422
1997 Jeep Wrangler,
A/C, 4 CYL, 5-speed, perfect running condition,
excellent condition inside and out, Leaving Island
Must Sell!! $7,000 OBO,
Call: 327-1335 after 5pm


BBF #424
Quality Mountain bikes,
best prices, for males & females, 4 styles, each
style 2 colors, price range, $150 to $165,
Call: 434,4655, 361-7382, and 552-3497

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TRIB #667 2003 Toyota Ya 1998 33FT AVANTI WHITE
Located in Freeport 1 yr warranty remaining (huonly) 12,000 A optional trailer &
26,000 miles, 4 Dr, NA/C Like new! engine brackets also available.
$13,500 ONO Serious inquires only
Loretta 242-727-2222 or 242-457-9257 Tel: 362-2001 Cell: 557-1402


TRIB #606
1999 RANGE ROVER
Black with tan leather
$25,000
4.6 hse range rover, fully loaded serious
inquiries only
Tel: 362-2001 Cell: 557-1402 .


BBF 419
2000 Chevy Blazer, black,
excellent condition, clean asking,
$8,500 O.B.O.
Call: 393-0686 or 556-1694


TRIB #620
1995 AVALON
$5,999,00 o.n.o.
Ice cold AC, CD/ tape player, power
everything,
new tyres.
Tel: 341-2291 after 6:00pm
YOUR CAR IF YOU WANT IT


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1989 MERCEDES 500 SEC
in excellent condition, low mileage.
only two owners Lyford Cay Hillier
Tel: 356-6920 ext: 237/362-4022


BBF #433 1989 Fora Food van, with dou-
ble sink, and cabinets inside, automatic
transmission, $30000
Call: 326-7037 or 323-4020


TRIB #602
HONDA ACCORD
$23,000
Tel: 361-7247 Cell: 454-5006
or 328-3712


BBF #417
1996 Toyota Coaster,
30 seater, radio, good condition,
$14,000,
Call: 477-3792


TRIB #643 1998 2-Dr HONDA ACCORD
V-Tech white with beige leather interior,
18" chrome rims, skirts, 12 CD changer,
sunroof, surround system, DVD, wood grain
package with power everything,
dual exhaust, $10,000 obo.
325-1027, 558-2478.


BBF #410
1999 FORD F-150
18% rims, tan leather interior,
champagne, A/C, 5-speed manual,
excellent running condiiton,
$13,000 ono.
Call 394-3423, or 464-0351


TRIB #642 1995 NISSAN MAXIMA GXE, fully
load, sunroof, CD, alarm, leather interior.
Need minor body work, $3,000 ono.
2001 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr, fully loaded, $12,000
2001 CHEVRY BLAZER, 2-dr, fully load, CD,
$12,500
2003 DODGE NEON, 18" rims, $13,500
Assistance for Insurance and loan financing
available. 322-87759, 380-2585 364-8286.


TRIB # 644 1998 Toyota Camry
(one owner. Interior: Grey cloth w/ wood grain,
power windows & locks, CD Player.
Exterior: Grey. Mileage Approx 97,000 miles
(Mostly highway miles). Asking $13,000.00
If you are interested call: 375-8835 (cell)


9 I TRIB # 614


FEMALE GOLF
CLUBS
full set 3 clubs,
8 irons, putter, plus
canvas & leather golf
bag only $75.00,
great starter set!
Tel: 328-2083 or
380-1234


BBF #420
Kitchen & Bath cabinets,
lowest price for Highest Quality, Apt or
Home; Also Custom design computer work
stations, Call: 636-9776


TRIB #582
2003 HONDA ACCORD V6
16,000 miles power everything, leather
seats 19" rims
Call: 373-1915 or 646-5093
$30.000 o.b.o


TRIB #641 19' MANTA,
200 hp Yamaha, nice boat for
beaching, diving, etc. $15,000 ono.
Tel 324-1041, 477-2106.


TRIB #603
1993 HONDA CIVIC
right hand drive
$25,000.
Owner leaving Island
Tel: 362-2215 or 362-4171


TRIB #598
1999 FORD RANGER
White with beige interior, 2 door flare sides
$6000.00 o.n.o.
Tel: 427-4141 or 427-9123


2000 HONDA PASSPORT SUV
Black & tan/tan wood grain interior,
everything power, airbags, alarm.
dolddona seats, air condition, sunroof,
cd changer, chrome 20" rims
excellent $15,500 and $12,500 without
rims
Tel:325-3540 Cell: 422-4668


TRIB #612
GRANITE COUNTER TOP
Over brough 8 slabs of italian granite 1 Oft for Lyford
Cay home. Selling at cost.
Diamond black $500.00 per,
Emerald green $700 per
Call: 328-2083


TRIB #599
1994 FORD RANGER
Red with grey interior $5,000,00 o.b.o.
CD player, 4.0, V6, Runs good
Tel: 434-5374


TRIB #613
BRAND NEW SCOOTER
In box. Goes fast 40 mph. Good on gas
$395.00 plus free helmet
1 bedroom apt, West Bay St, fully furnished
$800.00 Call: 328-2083


BBF #426
2004 Doge Neon,
airbags, CD, AC, runs great, all black interior,
$8,500 ONO
CASH money makes the price drop,
Call: 394-2165 or 325-3858 ask for Ken


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2000 CHEVY 1500
White like new cold Ac, clean seats auto
runs like a dream $13,500
on Robinson Rd @ G & M appliance
Tel: 328-2083


TRIB #633
15 FT BOSTON WHYLER BOAT
2004 Yahama 85 horse power trailer
V compus hand hold vhs covlersect
Tel: 392-1817
Cell: 557-1593


TRIB #608
1993 FORD PROBE
Special edition Red with black interior.
Automatic, AC, radio cassette player,
over drive
Tel: 324-6989 / 424-0572













TRIB #593
1996 NISSAN MAXIMA
Dark green with beige leather interior
Gold package, garage kept
Tel: 427-6882


TRIB #595
1996 MITSUBISHI GALANT VIENTO
Silver/ grey interior
$7,500.00 o.n.o.
New arrival, vehicle'like new, AC, CD and cas-
sette, power windows, power mirrors. interior
exterior and engine in excellent condition.
Call: Lloyd 393-6818 or 434-6226


TRIB #611
DELL COMPUTER
Brand new in box 1.80 GHZ 40 MB hard
drive CD burner internet ready $600.00
@ G & M appliances
Call: 328-2083


BBF #414
17%* rims, brand new,
original style, Gunmetal Silver, Must see!! Only
$750, steal of a deal, Call: 426-5339


TRIB #522
2000 WHITE SUZUKI JIMMY
Standard shift, AC, 22,000 miles Excellent condition
$7,500.00
Tel: 322-6243


TRIB #624
1995 MITSUBISHI EVOLUTION
Red with black interior
$8,500.00 o.n.o.
4 door, turbo, all wheel drive, Ac, pw, pl, rims
never raced. 276 H.P
Tel: 395-9530


TRIB # 615
1996 DODGE RAM 1500
pickup truck, features: V6 magnum engine, automatic, new paint
job (less than two months) New front tires, AC, 100 watts, CD
stereo with remote. Economical, serviced regularly, strong vehi-
cle. Price $9,000 o.b.o. Tel: 393-1711( after 6pm) 393-1014
/393-1777 daytime. Ask for Jemery


TRIB #617
1 Boat for Sale.
15' Bayliner with Mercury 150 HP engine.
Has VHF radio, life vests, anchor & more.
Asking $5000.
Tel:359-2800


TRIB #627
1995 Cadilac De'Ville Sedan.
Excellent Condition. Leather interior.
Fully Loaded. Asking
$7500 O.N.O.
Call 322-2993 (evenings) or 544-4343 ( Day)


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TRIB #625
1999 MAZDA MILLENIA
pearl white w/ off white interior
25,000 miles, sunroof, leather, CD,
cassette, power everything,
pure luxury
Asking $8,000.00 o.b.o.
Ph: 525-4039 or 361-5809


TRIB #626
1998 CHEVY CAVALIER
$5,000.00

In perfect condition, AC, CD player
w/remote control, owner leaving Island.
Tel: 322-5573 or 322-5573


BBF #421
1997 Jeep Wrangler,
A/C, 4 CYL, 5-speed, perfect running condition,
excellent condition inside and out, Leaving Island
Must Sell!!!
$7,000 OBO,
Call: 327-1335 after 5pm


TRIB#628
1997 FORD TAURUS Red
$5,500.00
Auto, AC, folding seats. financing available ,
guaranteed 24 hrs approval, low miles
Tel: 325-1941 or 380-8092


BBF #428 Mercedes ML 320,
Fully Loaded, 20%o Chrome Lexani rims, Leather
seats, tints, immaculate condition,
$23,000,
Call: 477:6895 or 324-3230


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1995 FORD RANGER Purple
$6,400.00
Tool box, 6 cyl, auto, financing 24 hr
guaranteed approval.
Tel: 325-1941 or 380-8092


TRIB #637
1992 TOYOTA CERUS GREEN
Sport car, right hand drive, CD player w/
remote, good condition. Owner asking
$3,500.00 o.n.o.
To inquire call: 457-3439


TRIB # 638
1999 BUICK CENTURY GREEN
with taupe interior, 4 door sedan
$8,500 o.b.o.
Good condition, clean in & out.
Power everything
Tel:324-5955 Cell: 559-1966/558-7667


BBF #430 2003 6 X 12 Haulmark trailer in
excellent condition. Large rear and side
door access. Comes complete with inside
cabin light, all wiring, hitch insert and ball
lock security. $7,500 OBO. Call 327-5296.


oor fZew zuu ,on. ligarene *port LOCK,
custom paint, powered by twin 225 Yamaha,s
outboards EFI, clarion CD player, with in dash
remote, 4- 6*9 bazooka speakers, Vessel is
dry stored & clean, serious inquiries, Onlyll
$60,000 ONO. Call: 361-4041 or 325-0029


TRIB #646
HOME THEATER SPEAKER SET.
high end front speakers, rears, center and
350 watt sub. fantastic sound.
Must sell. Demo available
$1800.00 o.n.o.
Tel: 364-2805. Cell: 422-1268


TRIB #597
1999 TDI (TURBO DIESEL) JETTA
Volkswagon dust gold. Black interior, One owner,
fuel efficient diesel car. maintained in excellent con-
dition. Major upgrades at VW dealer in US. All
maintenance records available. Crediable reference
from repairman. Priced at blue book value.
Price negotiable
Tel: 322-4209 Cell: 427-5810 or 3235739


TRIB #590
CHROME 20" SPINNING KIT $550.
CHROME 20" RIMS AND TIRES $2,000.00
TEL: 302-0912 CELL: 557-3057


TRIB # 635 1975 25FT WHITEWATER
w/twin 2003 YAHAMA 150 HSP ENGINES
200 Gal. fuel holding tank. ALL new guages.
Moving map system outriggers (not shown)
Overall boat and engines are 10
New bottom paint. Price has drastially
dropped from $45,000 to $29,000
**Owner has new boat coming!
Brand new trailer sold separately for $3,000
Tel (242)363-1270 or 457-0852.


TRIB #639
1996 NISSAN MAXIMA Burgundy
$3,000.00 o.n.o.
Must go!!! Sold as is.
Make an offer for parts.
Tel: 556-4101


TRIB #648
1995 CAMARO SPORTS GREEN
$3,900.00
Fully loaded, in excellent condition.
JVC sound system, CD player, AC, AT.
Owner transferred to USA.
Tel: 324-7405
Cell: 357-3853


TRIB #647
1990 CHEVY CAPRICE
Classic station wagon white. New paint job
$1,500.00
Phone: 328-0067 or 323-5589 Cell:423-5742


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BROKER/APPRAISER
BUILDING
WEST PLACE, near
Westridge, large multi-family
lots, $175,000 to $270,000
CORAL VISTA, single family
lots, $67,000, duplex lots,
$83,000.
MARSHALL ROAD. duplex
lot, 52x96, $50,000
OLD FORT BAY. exclusive
gated community near Lyford
Cay, $375,000, to $770,000
FAITH GARDENS, brand new
3 bed, 2 bath, house packages
starting at $160,000
FOXDALE. 2 bed, 2 bath with
carport, $105,000.
MONASTERY. PARK,
- attractive 3 bed, 2 bath house
in quiet section, large enclosed
property, $195,000.
OFF SOLDIER ROAD. large
split-level triplex plus attractive
duplex, 2 years, $290,000.
EAST STREET. near
Robinson Road, 2 storey
commercial building with 2
apartment upstairs, $160,000
OFF PARADISE ROAD,
duplex with 2 bed, 1 bath each
side, $84,000
SUNSET PARK. large
residential lot at cul-de-sac,
$50,000
SANDFORD DRIVE. 2 bed, 1
1/2 bath furnished condo with
loft and swimming pool,
$185,000
OFF BLUE HILL ROAD
SOUTH, spacious duplex on
enclosed property, $150,000.
OFF WEST BAY STREET,
furnished 2 bed, 1 1/2 bath
condo, $150,000
EAST STREET NORTH. two
large 2 storey commercial
building plus single storey
apartment excellent investment
property, $495,000
FAIR VIEW HEIGHTS,
contemporary design brand
near 3 bed, 2 bath house on
corner lot, $180,000
VACANT LOTS
EXUMA lots starting from
$15,000
FREEPORT, large multi-family
lots from $25,000
FARRINGTON ROAD, 4 unit
apartment complex, deal at
$250,000
VICTORIA GARDENS.
GLADSTONE ROAD,
RESIDENTIAL LOTS, $42,000
DUPLEX LOTS, $50,000 -
$58,000,
TRIPLEX LOTS, $60,000 -
$74,000.
WEST WIND. new gated
subdivision near Love Beach
residential lots from$65,000
triplex lots from $95,000.
CARMICHAEL ROAD.
investment property, plaza with
8 stores and' 6 apartmentss,
$800,000.


CARMICHAEL ROAD:
Five acre Commercial Site in
high traffic area. Ideal for
small shopping centre. $1.5
million.
GLADSTONE RD. CORRI-
DOR/WEST BAY: Eight acres
with 1,100 feet frontage.
$1.4 million
PARADISE ISLAND: NEW
2,700 s/ft townhouse in gated
waterfront community
with Marina. 3 bedrooms 3-1/2
baths. High end furnishings.
$850,000.
CORAL HARBOUR: Com-
mercial site with 300 feet on the
Beach. $1.1 million.
PARADISE ISLAND: DOCK
SLIP WITH AUTO BOAT LIFT.
$65,000.
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES:
Golf course lots, starting at
$850,000.
PARADISE ISLAND: Lovely
two-storey 4 bedrooms 3-1/2
baths tastefully furnished house
in own private enclosed gar-
dens with heated swimming
pool. Located in gated water-
front community with Marina.
$1.5 million.
CALL CHARLES CHRISTIE
326-4800 359-
++++++FI-+++++++-t+++++++-
SANDYPORT #2088: NEW
two-storey Executive 4 bed-
rooms 4-1/2 baths 5,000+s/ft
house on Canal with small
beach. Impressive and spa-
cious with rich furniture and
luxury finishes. Great views
along the Canal. Amenities
too numerous to mention here!
CALL FOR DETAILS.
$1,750,000.
SEA BEACH #1617: Unique
5 bedrooms 4-1/2 baths home
with maid's quarters. In gated
community overlooking beach.
Perpetual sea views.
$562,000.
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT
#1945: Neat 2 bedrooms 2
bath starter house in good
condition. Utility room, own wa-
ter system. REDUCED TO
$120,000.
CABLE BEACH #1933: Co-
zy 1 bedroom 1 bath bachelor
apartment. Furnished, pool.
$120,000.
JACARANDA WEST: Home-
sites in gated community. 90' x
120' starting at
$115,000.
CITY: OFFICE BUILDING in
excellent condition. 5 offices, 3
restrooms, reception area,
large parking lot. $875,000.
LEEWARD EAST #1261:
Unique Townhouse in 3-unit im-
maculately kept GATED com-
plex with pool and children's
playground. 2 bedrooms PLUS
XCEPTIONALLY LARGE
LOFT. $299,500.
NASSAU EAST NORTH
n,.103: 8,407- s/ft single family
lot. $77,000.
CALL BERNADETTE MILLER
326-4800 322-6311


FOR RENT: MONTAGUE: 2
bedrooms 2 baths secluded
cottage with private pool, 2-car
arage, tastefully furnished.
3,500 p.m.
TREASURE COVE: 3 bed-
rooms 2 baths house. $2,500
p.m.
BAYROC: Furnished 3 bed-
rooms 3 baths condo in beach-
front gated complex.
$8,000 p.m.
EASTERN DISTRICT #2102:
Commercial building with 6
stores and 5 one bedroom
apartments on three lots.
Room to expand.
CALL BERNADETTE MILLER
326-4800 322-6311
++++++++++++++++++++
SUNSHINE PARK #2030:
Good investment property. 2
bedrooms 2 baths two-storey
house with attached 1 bedroom
apartment. $160,000.
BLUE HILL ESTATES #1987:
Well maintained 3 bedrooms 2
baths house n 80'x106' hilltop
lot. Electric entry gate, family
room, large bonus room.
$266,000.
BRIGADOON ESTATES
#999: Built with elegant living
in mind this 4 bedrooms
2-1/2 baths house is located in a
quiet gated community. Pool
and bar, generator and
MORE...$870,000. .
CORAL VISTA #2104:
BRAND NEW DUPLEX 2 bed-
rooms 2 baths each side.
$225,000.
CORAL HARBOUR: Five cot-
tages on canal $450,000;
Three buildings (including dive
shop) $430,000; Commercial
Lot with 70' on canal with as-
sets of dive operation only, in-
cuding boats, compressors,
dive equipment $195,000; 70'
x 145' lot on canal. Zoned for 8
apartments. $170,000. CALL
FOR MORE DETAILS!
FOR RENT: SKYLINE
LAKES #2105: 5 bedrooms
3-1/2 baths house. Nicely
furnished. $4,500 p.m.
CALL A. B. FERGUSON 326-
4800 325-3957
+++++++++++++++++++++
KOOL ACRES: 3 bedroms 2
baths house with approved
plans to add efficiency. Fully
enclosed. Good starter home.
$170,000.
YAMACRAW #2058: Lovely
two-storey 3 bedrooms 2-1/2
baths house in good condition.
Lots of room for growing family.
$309,000.
HILLCREST TOWERS: Gor-
geous 3 bedrooms 2 baths
nicely furnished apartment.
Totally renovated. Wide balco-
nies. Spectacular harbour
views. $195,000.
FRAZIER'S HOG CAY: NEWI
Hilltop one lots with panoramic
sea views. $160,000.
CALL LANA BASALYGA
326-4800 322-8093


GRAHAM,

REAL ESTATE
www.grahaIrealestateacom
HOMES
#1809 Towers, Cosy, 1 bed, 1
bath condo. Furnished include:
linen & 2 wall a/c units.
Lovely pool & beach area. Con-
venient to shops. Great buy!
$149.000
#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. "Price
Reduced" from $145,000 to
$135,000
#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/ modern
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.
Graham Real Estate
For more Information on our
listings
Call 356-5030 or
visit our web site at
www.grahamrealestate.com


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REAL ESTATE
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VACANT LAND
#1814 Charlotteville Brand
new subdivision, northern side
of Windsor Field Rd.
These lots are an excellent
price for location nr. Lyford Cay
& Old Fort. Staring at 90,000
#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
#1812 Towers, 2 bed, 2 bath,
stylish, ocean view, beautifully
renovated, fully furnished, pool
3,000p/m
#324 Sandyport, 1 bed 1 bath
condo, balcony overlooking ca-
nal w/boat dockage.
Washer/dryer in kitchen. Fully
furnished. $1,600p/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. Furnish-
ed. Pool. Washer & dryer, mi-
nutes from Atlantis Resort. 2
bedroom unit $2,500, 3 bed-
room unit, $3,500 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.grahamrealestate.com
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Furnished one bedroom in
Cabje Beach beautiful

$145,000.00.
Tel: 327-3920.


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TEL: 242-326-7092/325-7693
OFF SOLDIER RD $45,000
NASSAU VILLAGE $35,000
SOUTH BEACH ESTATE
$55,000
SUNSET PARK $55,000
CORAL HEIGHTS WEST
$75,000
OFF FAITH AVE $80,000
CORAL VISTA $64,000
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES $68,00 .
CORAL HARBOR $69,000
SPRINGFIELD ROAD $58,000
SOUTHERN SHORES $60,000
SEA BREEZE LANE $80,000
TROPICAL GADENS $75,000
SOUTH OCEAN $85,000
WESTRIDGE ESTATES
TOWNHOUSE LOT 150-
$245,000
WESTRIDGE ESTATES RESI-
DENTIAL LOT $318,000
LYFORD CAY RESIDENTIAL
LOT $480,000

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Off Eastern Road, High Vista,
4 bedrooms, 3 bath split level
house, pool and patio, separate
storage shed, fenced in yard
and city/well water
$350.000
Tel: 324-3589/394-2472
WATERFRONT LOT
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Eastern Road opposite
Paradise Island golfcourse
100x85
(ev. with 4-bedroom house con-
struction drawings and permit)
Call 557-4394.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
JOAN'S HEIGHTS EAST
LARGE DUPLEX
3-bed, 2-bath/
2-bed, 1-bath
$220,000ono.
Te:392-0950
DUPLEX FOR SALE
Joe Farrington Road .In Nas-
sau, 3 yrs old. fenced in, alarm
system, air condition rented
Asking 190,000 gross
Contact 427-0122
LOTS FOR SALE
IV MARSHALL ROAD
SOUTH BEACH,
80'x100'. $54,000
Contact: 327-7621/2







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PRESIDENTIAL
WINTON TERRACE! Lovely
townhouse in gated community
with amenities including private
pool, assigned parking, land-
scaped gardens, private yard
and patio. Unit featuring vault-
ed ceilings in living-dining area,
central a/c, electric roll-down
shutters, ceiling fans and many
more. Offered furnished. Web
re: 9228. Price: $260,000
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD!
Apartment building, priced to
sell. Conveniently located near
St. Andrew's School with two 2
bed, 1 bath units and one 2
bed with office, 2.5 bath town-
house unit. There is a founda-
tion, plumbing, electrical and
plans for three additional 2
bed, 1 bath units. Special fea-
tures include central air, tiled
floors throughout and laundry
facilities. Web Ref: 9097.
Price: $405,000
FIRE TRAIL ROAD Hard to
find duplex lots with all utilities
available. House packages al-
so available. Web ref: 9108.
Prices range from $47,610 to
$87,255
RENTALS
CABLE BEACH Comfortable 3
bed, 2 bath home located in
community with pool. Amenti-
ties include central air, tiled
floors in living area and carpet
in bedrooms. Offered fully fur-
nished. Web ref: 9205. Price:
$2,000 p/m
PARADISE ISLAND! Nice 2nd
floor condo consisting of 1
bed, 1 bath located conven-
iently in a complex with pool
and laundry facilities. Amenities
include wall a/c units and tiled
floors throughout. Offered fur-
nished. Web ref: 9160. Price:
$950 p/m
OLDE TOWNE! Newly built 2
bed, 2.5 bath townhouse, over-
looking the canal. Amenities in-
clude high quality finishes, pine
kitchen cabinets, Corian coun-
tertops, central air, and more.
Web Ref: 9208. Price: $2,800
p/m
PARADISE ISLAND Secure
and private 2 bed, 3 bath villa
with study. Fully renovated and
extended to include a fully en-
closed patio and laundry room.
Special features include vault-
ed wood-beam ceilings, central
air, tiled floors throughout and
a private pool in the courtyard.
Web Ref: 9157. Price: $3,000
p/m
THOMPSON BLVDI Newly
built ground floor office space
with outfitting needed compris-
ing of 871 sq. ft. with available
parking. Web Ref. 9154. Price:
$1,742plm
Contact: Bahamas Realty Ltd
Tel. (242) 393-8618


PAT STRACHAN

Homesites
Yamacraw Beach Estates
80xl 00 near to bluewater cay
Asking $75,000.00
Apartment Sites
Off Carmichael Road 50x100
$42,000.00 to 55,000.00
Condominium
Paradise Island
2 bed 1 1/2 bath $275,000.00
Commercial
Nassau St
Auto air business $95,000.00
Homes
Bel air sub
3 bed 1 1/2 bath $125,000.00
San souci
4 bed 3 bath $340,000.00
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NOW AVAILABLE FOR
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ALL INFRASTRUCTURE
ALREADY IN PLACE.
READY TO BUILD!
SERIOUS INQUIRIES
CONTACT:
OWNER, JOHN SITOMER
363-1525.

Townhouse
For Sale
Newly renovated.
$125,000 net
Financing available.
Phone: 393-1045 or 394-6083.

RESTAURANT
BUSINESS FOR SALE
Here is a great opportunity to
prepare home cooked meals
an cater to great customers of
all walks of life. Interested call
me at 322-7176 between the
hours of 12 to 5pm.

GRAND BAHAMA
LOT #363 80X125
BERNES AVE.
PRICE $25,00
BY OWNER.
PHONE: 362-5978

HOUSE FOR SALE
BELAIR, CARMICHAEL RD
3-bedrooms, 2-bath, utility
$120,000 Net ono
Tel 557-2409
For Sale by Owner
4-bed 3-bath $350,000 dep.
2-Bedroom 2-bath $1,300/pm.
Tel 327-8587, 427-4833.
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TWO 2-bed, 1 bath Houses
Woods Alley off Market St.
50xl 30, $100,000.
Tel:356-4081
TOWNHOUSE FOR SALE
Attractive 2 bed 1 bath
St. Albans Drive.
Major appliances, washing
facilities private patio
$99,000
Call: Mr. Neely
Tel: 327-1661

FOR SALE
2 1/2 BATH, 2 BEDROOM
Gated Townhouse, pool, fridge,
stove, washer, dryer included
$135,0001.00
Tel: 324-0285 /324-1776 or
457-2285
BUSINESS FOR SALE
Cappacino Caf6 and Bar
For Sale.
Phone: 359-1604.


TPM Healty
Sale* Rental* App
Munnamar


raisals*
nt
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RUDY DEAN
Broker/Appraiser
*Appraisals accepted by all
banks.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Gladstone Rd
60x100 $42,000
Indigo (Gated)
70x100 $135,000
West Winds Gated 60x1 00.
$65,000
Coral Vista Starting at
$71,000
Charlotteville (Gated)
60x120 $89,900
Lakes Heights (Gated)
80x100.$91,648
Old Fort Bay (Gated)
Starting at $375,000
Lake Cunningham
Starting at $200,000
Summerset Estates
Startihg at $60,000
Jacaranda
90x120. $115,000
MULTI- FAMILY LOTS
Gladstone Rd
Duplex, $50,000
West Winds
Duplex-Sixplex
Starting at $80,000
Coral Vista
Starting at $81,000
SummerSet Estates
Triplex lots-$65,000
Yamacraw Rd
112*123. $140,000
COMMERCIAL LOTS
Gladstone Rd
25,000 sq ft. $200,000
Faith Gardens
25,607sq ft, $307,284
Carmichael Rd
77*300. $575,000
Sea Breeze Lane
90*90. $900,000
includes approved plans
HOUSES
HOUSE & LOT PACKAGE
3 bed, 2 baths. $120,000
$6,000 down. No closing
cost.
TROPICAL GARDENS
2 bed, 2 baths. $175,000
Off Malcolm Rd
3 beds, 2 baths. $115,000
Treasure Cove
4 beds, 3 baths, $350,000
Faith Gardens
3 beds, 2 baths. $160,000
Lake Heights
3 beds, 2 baths, $249,000
AMBI CLOSE(lncomplete)
3 beds, 2 baths. $89,000
APARTMENTS &
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
Duplex Package $150,000
$7,500 Down, no closing
cost.
OFF BERNARD RD
Shop Space/Warehouse.
$60,000 '
Off Sea Breeze Lane
Duplex, Excellent condition.
$179,000


Executive

Realty

VACANT LOTS
0190 LITTLE EXUMAI 1/2
acre beachfront lot with 170 ft.
of beach. $500,000
0165 CORAL HARBOUR:
Multi-family Canal lot. 70x135.
$150,000.
0122 SOUTH OCEAN! 1
acre residential lot $192,000.

0163 MARSHALL RD: 1/2
Acre multi- family lot. 100x 232.
$95,000.
0132 GREAT EXUMA! 58
acres, Ocean view overlooking
beautiful Tar Bay. $2 million
0129 CORAL HEIGHTS! Lot
80x110, $82,000
RESIDENTIAL
0191 SOUTH OCEAN! 4
bed-3.5 bath 4,000 sq. ft. new
house on 1/2 acre lot, pool.
$525,000.
0192 SEA BEACH! Du-
plex townhouse 3bed-2bath
each unit, furnished, pool.
$575,000
0193 CABLE BEACHI
3bed-3.5bath, new townhouse.
.$269,000
0194 WESTRIDGE! 3bed-
2.5bath townhouse, garage,
pool. $250,000
0195 COOOPER ESTATE
3bed-2bath house. $170,000
0140 LITTLE BLAIR! 3 bed-
2 bath home, large master
suite. Priced to sell $265,000.
0143 CORAL HARBOUR!
Duplex Townhouse 2 bed- 2.5
bath each unit, pool, Ocean-
view, $399,000.
0141 MONESTARY PARK!
3 bed- 2bath home in excellent
condition. $225,000.
0171 TROPICAL GARDENS!
3 bed- 3bath split-level house.
$220,000
0170 CORAL MEADOWS!
3bed- 2.5bath brand new
house. Jacuzzi, central a/c.
$255,000
0182 STAPLETON GAR-
DENS! Duplex 2bed 1bath,
a/c. $210,000
0184 SILVER CAY: 3bed-
2bath townhouse, pool, gated.
$230,000
Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288


water, c/air, security gate, secri-
ty, A/C in bedroom, pool, cable
ready, & phone line, 2 mins
away from $800 per month.
Dunmore Ave off West Bay St
Phone 325-4494.
1-BEDROOM FURNISHED
and semi-furnished apartment
for rent in Nassau East.
$550/pm. Water included.
Laundry facilities available. No
children/pets. Phone 325-2243.
1-BEDROOM unfurnished, A/C,
bars, water inclded.
Off Bernard Rd.
$450 monthly, sec dep $300.
Phone 341-6316
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, WA-
TER INCLUDED, AT $550 PER
MONTH., SEC DEP $300. LO-
CATED FARRINGTON ROAD.
TEL 323-2378/328-8458.
1-BEDROOM, APARTMENT
for rent. Water, b-bars, blinds,
cable & phone line, also ceiling
fan and A/C included. Located
Windsor Place of Soldier Rd.
Phone 395-8642.
1BEDROOM 1 BATH -(
UNFURNISHED ready to move
in to includes the following ceil-
inq fan water light and cable
quiet neighbourhood in gold-
enGates #1. Looking for couple
or single person no children,
no pets. Asking $550.00 per-
month, first and last month rent
$300.00 security deposit call
any time 341-7004 or 341-4410
Available March 14, 2005.
2 BED 1 BATH APT, Coral
Harbour 3 comers before round
about. $650.00 per month, wa-
ter & Ac included. 1st & last
and $300.00 security deposit
required.
Tel: 362-0814 or 434-0742
2 BED 1 BATH, fridge, stove,
washer/burgular bars Central
Ac, vertical blinds.
$700.00 + security. Carmichael
Road Tel: 362-0198/426-6072
2 BEDROOM 1 BATH apt for
rent $590.00 per month. Allan
Drive off Golden Gates .1st &
last $400.00 security deposit
Ac, water, fan and burglar bars
included: Tel: 393-5070 or 324-
3834 after 5 pm
2 Bedroom 2 Bath
Duplex Apt Fortune Point
Freeport. Fridge, stove,
washer & dryer & water
included. Security bars,
fenced in yard $900 per month
plus security deposit.
Call 352-3734 before 10:00
a.m./ after 6:00 p.m.
1-BED, 1-BATH EFFICIENCY.
Asking $450 per month. Utilities
included. Coral Harbour, main
entrance. 1st left, 1 left, 2nd
right (Stewart Rd), 2nd town
house on left viewing at 8am
until 8pm.
NEWLY BUILT APT Faith Gar-
den, 2 bed, 1 bath, dual closet
in mast bed, ceramic tile, secur-
ity bars, water included, A/C in
master bedroom, cable includ-
ed. Phone ready, $700 per
month. First & last month. Rent
$500 dep. Phone 341-4015.,





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(242) 393-5798, (242) 323-6452
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GSM PHONES/DISH NETWORK
E & A INNOVATIONS
Dish network Systems Complete $545
(Installed, Warranty, Guide)
Receiver with Card $450 (All PPV, HBQ Sports)
Virgin P4/P5 Card $100
Motorola V60 Flip w clip $189 w/Act $249
Motorola C333/Sony Eric T226 $129 w/Act 185
Motorola V220/V400 Flp Camera Phone $299 w/Act $359
Nokia 3200 Camera Phone $239 w/Act $299
Samsung X426 Flip color screen $239 w/Act $299
TDMA: Motorola V60 $189 Color Scheen $239, Nokia 120 $159
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Z tuJHuumIV, Z MAin Atn-
Central air, ceiling fans, furnish-
ed, Burglar bars, washer/dryer,
fridge, stove,-fenced yard, Wa-
ter included. St. Alban's Drive
$900.00 per month.
Call: 364-6339/ 395-9044 or
558-0344
2-BED, 1 1/2 BATH APT,
ST ALBANS DRIVE,
$700 PER MONTH.
$450 SEC. DEP.
TEL 326-8912.

2 Semi urnished
2 bed 1 bath apts. recently re-
furbished $700 p/m first and
last plus $300 sec. dep. Eden
Estate Johnson Rd. Ph: 394-
7123/477-0935.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT IN
A VERY GOOD NEIGHBOUR-
HOOD. $500/MONTH.
TEL 393-2515, OR 324-0778.
1 Bdroom Efficieney, $175.00
weekly. All utilities included.
A/C and cable TV. NO PETS,
NO CHILDREN. Yamacraw
Beach. Call 364-0056.
-- 2-BED, 1-BATH apartment, St
Andrews Beach Estate. Fully
furnished, central A/C, water &
cable included. $775/pm.
Phone 364-7557.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
2 bedroom semi-furnished apt.
central air, vertical blinds, ceil-
ing fans, fridge, stove, & wash-
er/dryer. Living and dining room
set. Call: 324-2208.
2-BEDROOM APT unfurnished
Newly renovated. Farrington
Road, $500/mthly. 120/wkly.
Phone 393-2606, or 393-2822.
2-BEDROOM HOUSE with se-
curity bars, ceiling fans, air-con-
ditioned and fenced yard. Se-
curity deposit and first and last
month rents are required.
Call 361-0166 between the
hours 7pm-10pm weekdays
and 8am-1 Opm weekends.
2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH large
Apt in Eastern area. A/C ceiling
fan, security bars. Fenced-in,
yard water included. 326-3001,
424-0636.
2000 SQ FT Apartment for rent
2 bed (upstairs) $500.00 per
month. Real nice
Tel: 544-1924
3 Bed, 2 Bath Townhouse,
semi furnished. Fridge, stove,
microwave, dishwasher, c/air &
water included. Washer and
dryer available, $1500.00 p/m.
PH: 422-3440.
3-BEDROOM, 21/2 BATH
HOUSE FOR RENT
WHITE GROVE. OUT WEST,
$2,500 PER MONTH.
TEL 422-5702.
900 SQ. FT. space suitable for
Lawer/doctor office. Centrally
located on Sweeting St. off
Shirley st. $1600.00 monthly.
Call 322-5370.
ALLEN DRIVE,
OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD
1-bed, 1 bath, A/C included.
$550 per month, 1st and last
month + $300 sec required.
Phone 361-2984 afer 4pm


A LAHIU:M -rpIUU3
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT
LOCATED CALVIN STREET
OFF SOLDIER RD.
ONLY A SINGLE PERSON,
OR A COUPLE NEED IN-
QUIRE.
FIRT AND LAST MNTH + SE-
CURITY DEPOSIT. AVAIL.
THE END OF MARCH, 2005.
TEL: 394-0274, OR 426-4835,
OLIVER
CABLE BEACH 1-bed, 1 1/2-
bath furnished Apt $210 per
week or $900 monthly. Includes
central air washer/dryer, TV &
cable, carpeted bedroom, mi-
crowave, water, etc.
Min 1-year lease, $900 security
deposited required to move in.
Phone 327-2616.
A TWO BED, ONE BATH Apt
for rent $590 per month, Allan
Drive off Golden Gates. First
and last, $400 security deposit.
Air condition, water, fan and
burglar bars included. Phone
393-5070, or 324-3834 after
5pm.
2-BED, 1-BATH unfurnished
Cowpen Road one block west
of Golden Island Road. Burglar
bars, fenced yard, wall unit,
A/C, water included. $600 per
month, first and last, $400 se-
curity deposit. Serious inquiries
only. Phone 377-3375, 8am-
3pm, or 361-8386 after 4pm.
APARTMENT FOR RENT -
TROPICAL GARDENS,
$750.00.
Phone 327-3694, 327-0162.
APARTMENT FOR RENT -
Upstairs Unit -Residential Build-
ing No 10, 7th Terrace Centre-
ville West, Opposite Bahamas
Business Solution. Rental
$650. per month.
Please 328-6725 or 326-4620.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-bedroom, seurity bars, water
included $650 monthly.
Phone 341-6049- 436-3639.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
3 bed, 2 1/2 bath
1 bed, 1 bath
2 bed, 1 bath
Office Space for rent 1,200/pm
Shop Space for rent 1,200/pm
356-6860, 422-3117, 324-4586
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Spacious 2-bed, 1-bath plus at-
tic room apartment. $800 per
month. Off McKinney Drive
Amenities include: Water cen-
tral air conditioning an attic
room that can be used as a
study, extra bedroom or stor-
age security screens, nicely
landscaped enclosed grounds.
Ideal for teachers/nurses, mar-
ried couple. No children/pets al-
lowed.
Tel: 341-1826 after 6:30pm.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
unfurnished 2 bedroom, central
air, ceiling fans, vertical blinds
& water included.
Call 324-2208
BELLOT ROAD 2 BED APT
Bars, Ac, water $600.00
Sec dep $600.00 p/m
1st & last mths rent. No kids
Tel: 323-4610


Z-Dcunuum, I-DAIn uriur-
nished. Cable/water included.
Asking $650 per month, $350
deposit Pineyard Rd, Sea
Breeze. Call 324-8355 eve, or
361-3411.
1 1-BEDROOM FULLY furni-
ture apartment unit with securi-
ty bars, ceiling fans, air condi-
tioned and cooking gas includ-
ed. Security deposit and first
and last month rents are re-
quired. Call 341-0331 anytime.
1 2-BEDROOM HOUSE with
security bars, ceiling fans, air
conditioned and fenced yard.
security deposit and first and
last month rent are required.
Call 361-0166 between the
hour 7pm-10pm weeks days
and 8am-10 pm weekends.
1 Bedroom 1 bath Apt
Golden Gates #2, water & light
included gated yard, $600 per
month, first and last month rent
plus security deposit.
Call 352-3734 before 10:00a.m.
after 6:00p.m.
1 BEDROOM APT.
Nassau Village.
Utilities included are:
Fridge, stove, cable & a/c.
$650 monthly.
Ph:393-4362 home /
557-5554 cell.
1 Bedroom Apt. for rent Ken-
nedy Sub $500.00 per month.
First & last + $200.00 security
deposit. Light and water includ-
ed. Phone 326-3254.
1 BEDROOM, 1 BATHROOM
FURNISHED enclosed yard
ceiling fan, A/C, light, water and
cable. AAsking $150.00 per
week, first and last month's rent
$300.00 security, looking for
single person no pets no chil-
dren, Golden Gates #1.
Call 341-7004, or 341-4410.
Available a March 30th.
1 Fully Furnished Efficiency
for rent Sandilands Village Rd.
off Fox Hill Rd. Water included
first, last and security deposit.
Security bars & A/C. Must see
enclosed yard. No
children/pets. Phone 364-3555.
ARTISTS WANTED!!
Painters, woodcarvers, crafts
persons. Display sell your work
on internet and new gallery
opening on Yamacraw Rd.
Trade Show Expo May 16,
Phone 454-7165.
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED 2
BEDROOM HOME TO SHARE.
LARGE KITCHEN. ALL UTILIT-
IES AND WASHER INCL.
MUST BE TIDY. FEMALE
PREFER.. 394-1112.
BOOTH RENTAL
Stylist and Nail Tech Booths
Also
Spanish speaking Stylist and
Nail Techs needed.
Call 544-3834.
BRAND NEW
unfurnished, 2-bed, 1-bath Apt
WASH ROOM
$600/MTH 1ST & LAST, SEC
DEP $400
OFF BACARDI ROAD.
PHONE 356-5886,
LEAVE MESSAGE.


FOR RENT

BLAIR ESTATE 2-bed, 1-bath
furn apt, s/pool, b/bars, cable
ready, A/C, and phone, laundry
fac. gas & water incld. Safe
neighbourhood with crime
watch, $900/pm. 393-5242 or
393-5232.
BRAND NEW 2 1-bed, 1-bath/
1 2-bed, 1-bath semi-furnished
apt. Incl. water, gas, stove,
fridge, central a/c, blinds & win-
dow treatments security
screens, wash house, fenced
yard. VENICE BAY, 1st/last
mth, +security.
Phone 364-4636.
BRAND NEW APARTMENT
1-bed, 1-bath,
$500/pm, $300 sec dep.
Water included.
Adderley St off Bernard Rd.
Contact Mr Lockhart, 364-3224.
BRAND NEW APT
2 bath, 1 bath,
$650/month, #300 sec dep.
392-0605 after 7pm
392-0637
SIR LYNDEN PINDLEMN EST.
BRAND NEW SPACIOUS 2
bed/lbath triplex unit located
Pineyard Road off Sea Breeze
lane. Each unit equipped with
full size fridge/stove, central
A/C, security screens, its own
utility room with washer and
dryer. $850/pm, First and last
month rent plus security dep
$500. Ready March 31, 2005.
Tel 393-8343
CABLE BEACH
3 bedrooms, 3 1/2baths condo-
miniums. Well designed, living
plan combines, space, comfort
and value. Includes: washer &
dryer, dishwasher, fridge, cook-
ing range, central air, ceiling
fans in each bedroom. Within
minutes of shopping, beach,
restaurants, great pool. Quiet,
no overcrowding, only three
units. $2,200 /pm unfurnished
as described above $2,500
/pm furnished
To view phone: 424-0256 /
557 8292 / 327 2393
CABLE BEACH 2 bedroom, 2
1/2 bath, air conditioned, fully
furnished apartment, $1,500
p/m, first, last, security deposit
yearly lease.
OPEN HOUSE FEB 22, 2005.
382-4373, 544-7655 please
leave message.
CABLE BEACH
TOWNHOUSE
OPEN HOUSE
FROM MARCH 3, 2005
Cable Beach, 2-bed, 2 1/2 bath.
382-4373, 544-7655.
CABLE BEACH 1 bed 1 bath,
completely furnished, enclosed,
pool and patio area, stores and
beaches. No need for a car
$1200.00 p/m
Ph: 327-2694/ 557-8980
Computer Rentals
M Why own when you could
Rent or lease?
Computer rentals from $30.00
per week (deposit required)
Contact us today at
341-7575/341-4293/341-3670,
visit our website:
www.advtecent.com


FOR RENT
A TWO (2) BEDROOM 21/2
BATH Apt located on Bayview
Drive, Paradise Island, refur-
bished with new carpeting and
household appliances central
air condition, telephone and ca-
ble services are in place. Avail-
able for immediate long term
occupancy.
Contacts: 322-8560(9am-5pm
363-4608 or 363-4637 after
6pm
CABLE BEACH 2 bed 3-1/2
bath large loft completely fur-
nished. balconies & patios,
port, near to school, beaches &
stores $2,200.00
Tel: 327-2694 or 557-8980
CABLE BEACH Attractive fully
furnished 2 bedroom 1 bath
apartment. $1600.00 per month
overlooking garden and pool in
gated community. A/C, ceiling
fan, cable tv, telephone and
laundry facilities. Rental in-
cludes water. Annual lease.
Ph: 324-2443
CABLE BEACH Brand new
townhouse 3 bed 3 1/2 bath
completely spacious, Balco-
nies, patio and pool $2,400.00
p/m. Tel: 327-2694 or 557-8980
CABLE BEACH MANOR
Large, charming oceanfront 2
bedroom, 2 bath apt, $1,800.
Poolside studio, $850. Right on
an excellent beach, pool. Con-
genial, attractive setting and
ambiance. Good security, night
watchman. Fully furnished and
equipped, a/c, sat TV, cable,
laundry, lounge with books, free
tel. i-net wired, gas incl. Great
location, near shops, bus stop.
No need for a car.
Call-327-7785 now!!
CARMICHAEL RD 2-bed, 1-
bath apt, unfurn, A/C, fans,
$650/mth, 1st/last + $400 sec.
Married couples preferred.
Ph 361-4253.
CARMICHAEL ROAD
NEAR CORAL HARBOUR,
SPACIOUS 2 BED, 2 BATH
APT. LARGE LIVING ROOM,
CENTRAL AIR, SECURITY
SCREENS,ENCLOSED
YARD, $800.00 PER MONTH
1ST & LAST, PLUS $400.00
SECURITY DEPOSIT, WATER
INCLUDED.
PH: 364-0423/362-1359
CHARLES SAUNDERS
HIGHWAY
1 bed, 1 bath, c/air, fridge,
stove, water. $550/mth, 1st,
last, $400 security. 394-5100
CLASSY NEW 1-bed Apt in
quiet suburban area. Gated,
s/bars, cent. A/C, ceiling fans,
wash/dry, fridge, stove, alarm
sys avail, tile + carpet, water
incl'd. Must see.
Ph:322-1137, Mon-Sat,10-6:30.
CONCHREST CABLE
BEACH beautifully and newly
furnished, just renovated 2 bed,
2 bath oceanfront apartment
with new hurricane strength
windows a and doors. Perfect
for executive or couple. Rent in-
cludes once weekly house
cleaning service. $4,000 per
month.
Phone 457-3880.


FOR RENT

1-BED, 1-BATH FOR RENT.
Tel 327-8587, 427-4833.
FOR RENT
1 2-bedroom partially furnish-
ed apt. Water heater, master
bedroom, A/C, ceiling fans, tiled
floors, washer facilities. Tele-
phone & cable service availa-
ble.
1 2-bedroom unfurnished At
Water heater, master bedroom,
A/C, ceiling fans, tiled floors,
washer facilities. Telephone &
cable services available.
MARTHA ROAD,
OFF FAITH AVE, N.
PHONE 361-4869 MORNINGS,
EVENING, WEEKENDS.
FOR RENT
1-BEDROOM unfurnished $550
per month. Light and water.
1-BEDROOM partly furnished.
Light water. $700 per month.
Tel 325-7824.
FOR RENT 2 NICELY furnish-
ed one bedroom apartments
with all utilities water, light, tele-
phone, and cable. Must see to
appreciate. Rent $525.00 per
month and 1st, last & $400.00
security deposit is required.
Please call: 302-2685 ask for
Wendy

For Rent by Owner
SandyPort, Clipper Island, 2
bed 2 1/2 bath town house
beautifully furnished, private
dock, hurricane rolling shutters
on all windows $4500.00 a
month. Phone: 322-3000/1 or
424-1738 cell.
NEED TO MEET
TO USE CONFERENCE
ROOM
8-10 seating available
Located in the heart of down-
town, intenet and telephoe sev-
ics, rental by the hour. Call for
your booking today.
Contact: 356-5613, 356-5491
for your rental or lease signing
today.

CONDO FO RENT
2 bed, 2 bath, fully furnished,
central A/C, water, cable & in-
ternet ready. Laundry fac. Gat-
ed community. $1,200 monthly.
Call 502-5412(D), 324-4572(E).
CONVENIENCE STORE FOR
RENT, fully furnished turn-key
operation in Culmersville.
Phone 382-4373, or 544-7655
leave message.
DUPLEX APT: 2 bed & 1 bath
semi-fumished $800. Delaporte
West Bay Street.
Phone 544-6931.
Executive House for rent,
Cable Beach area:
2 story, 3 bedrooms, central air,
security bars, swimming pool,
fully furnished.
Phone: 325-7595 (9 am-5 p.m.)
Experience Security
guards needed. Full-time/part-
time positions available
For appointment call: 393-2162.
(we do not discriminate but
positions requires serious
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BRAND NEW TOWNHOUSE
2-bed, 1 1/2-bath
Enclosed yard, washer/dryer,
A/C and private water supply
included, and burglar bars.
$950/mth, 1st, last + $500 sec.
Telephone 364-0103
Lumumba Lane Eastern area.
NEWLY RENOVATED
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Downstairs Unit.
Commercial Building No. 10,
7th Ter. Centreville West, opp.
Bahamas Business Solution.
Rental $1,100 per month.
Please 328-6725, or 326-4620
NEWLY RENOVATED
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Downstairs Unit. Commercial
Building No. 10,
7th Terrace Centreville West,
opp. Bahamas Business Solu-
tion. Rental $1,100 per month.
Please 328-6725, or 326-4620
FOR RENT
Eastern District one bedroom
apt spacious tastefully furnish-
ed. No children & no pets.
Phone: 324-1316.
NICE CLEAN 1-bed, Apt A/C
cable, phone, bars, newly furn.
$600.
393-1110, 393-0868, 454-1230.
Good aea. 5 min from P.I.
NICE CLEAN, 1-BED, APT
EXTRA LARGE. A/C W/D
CABLE, PHONE, BARS.
VERY NICE, GOOD AREA
$750/PM.
393-0868, 393-1110, 454-1230.
NICELY FURNISHED APART-
MENTS & ROOMS. DAILY &
WEEKLY. TEL 323-4365.
OFFICE OR SHOP SPACE
FOR RENT
Upstair on Nassau & Cam-
bridge Streets. 700sq ft. $1,000
monthly.
323-5059, or 323-4831,
ONE BEDROOM apartment lo-
cated on Cowpen Road. Ac.
bedroom, water included.
$550.00 per month. Phone:
341-0273/457-0470.
ONE BEDROOM APT $500
per month. Water, light, fridge &
store. included. 393-8494.
ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
Oatfeild, water fridge and stove
included $575.00 First, last and
security deposit. 323-3212.
ONE BEDROOM APT With
beach right quiet neighborhood,
Ac, ceiling fan, water included d
$550.00
Ph: 324-7306 or 322-2098
ONE BEDROOM APT, semi
furnished for rent, security
screens, central A/C. $700 per
month. Please 502-1421, or
341-5240.
ONE FULLY FURNISHED
Townhouse,
Love Beach Estates,
A/C, security system.
Large spacious yard. $1500.
Phone 359-1260, 327-0395.
ROOM FOR RENT in beautiful
home. Large kitchen all utilities
and washer incl. Single person
only. Must be quiet and tidy
$135.00 p/w. Call-394-1112.


LAW FIRM with available of-
fice space
Large office 12ft x 13ft
2 sec 5ft x5ft each
Smaller Office 12ftx1 Oft
Telephone ready shared kitch-
enette with mini fridge micro-
wave, coffee pot & cutlery
Shared reception area with tel-
evision, Internal full bathroom.
Offices may be furnished/unfur-
nished.
Located in the heart of down-
town opposite the senate on
Parliament Street.
Call for viewing appointment @
356-5613, or Fax us @
356-5491, E-mail us @
cooke-mciver@yahoo.com.
NICELY FURNISHED, A/C
apartment & rooms Daily,
weekly. Tel 323-4365.
MISTY GARDENS Off Carmi-
chael Road. South Beach.
Newly built apartment, 1 bed, 1
bath, with washer, dryer, fridge,
& stove. Water included
Call after 6pm. Tel: 361-1818
NEW 2 BED, 1 BATH apart-
ment off Carmichael Road.
C/fans, b/bars, washroom and
water incl'd. $700/pm, $500 sec
dep.
Phone 341-8143, 557-8347
NEW 2-BED, 1-BATH APART-
MENT OFF CAMICHAEL
ROAD, C/FANS, B/BARS,
WASH ROOM AND WATER
INCL. $700/PM, $500 SEC
DEP.
PHONE 341-8143, 557-8347.
NEW 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APTFor 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.
NEW DUPLEX Located Fox Hill
2 bed 1 bath water, included
Central air $775.00 per month
Tel: 525-8960
NEW SEA BEACH Town-
house for rent/lease, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 1/2 baths with jacuzzi
tubs, central a/c, semi-fumish-
ed, inc washer & dryer. $2,000
monthly incl. security system
monitoring and LP Gas.
Available immediately. Call
457-4228.
Newly Build 2 bed, 1 bath
unfurnished duplex apt. off
Hanna Rd. Ceiling fans, burgu-
lar bars & water included. Just
5-7 minutes from SAC, St
Annes & St Andrews. Very spa-
cious, must see to appreciate
1st and last month required +
$300 security deposit.
Tel: 364-5443.
NEWLY BUILT X-LARGE 1
bedroom Apt, fridge/stove/
washer dryer, central a/c, fans
b-bars, blinds and water. Phone
557-1434.

Newly Faith Gardens
1 bed apt. Unfurnished, a/c, se-
curity bars & water included.
$550per month -$400 sec. de-
posit. Call: 361-3357.


IWUUL AUnKt: New (z) -
bedroom, 1 bath apartment,
gated,central air, ceiling fans,
stove and fridge included. First
and last month rent and
security deposit required.
$800 p/m. Telephone
numbers: 424-0006/424-4170.
Must see to appreciate.
FOR RENT NEWLY BUILT Du-
plex in Misty Gardens South
Beach, 2 bed, 1 bath, security
bars, air condition in master
bedroom with ceiling fan, enclo-
sure in back for washing ma-
chine and water included.
$690.00 1st & last month with
$400.00 Security deposit
Tel: 434-4182
FOR RENT
Single furnished efficiency $150
per week. Light, water, a/c and
cable included. 31 Roland Ave,
Boyd Subdivision, 1st and last
week plus security.
Tel: 328-8519.
FULLY FURNISHED 2 bed Apt
in Yamacraw, $875/pm, $300
sec. All amenities includes.
Call: 324-5388.
FULLY FURNISHED ONE
BEDROOM EFFICIENCY -
INCL: LIGHT, WATER, CABLE
A/C. FIRST AND LAST WEEK
RENT PLUS SECURITY DEP.
TEL 364-3624, 423-0235.
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apt
security bars, ac and water in-
cluded. Enclosed yard first and
last month plus security depos-
it. Sandiland Village Rd. off Fox
Hill Rd. Phone-364-3555.
FURNISHED 2 BED APT
with washer/dryer., $690
monthly. First/last month rent
plus $250 sec.
Contact 322-2751.
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
Perpall Tract, light, water,
cable, internet ready.
$650 per month.
Phone 325-835.
FURNISHED SINGLE Efficien-
cy Apt, light, water, cable, A/C,
included. Roland Ave, Boyd
Subdivision. $150.00 per week.
1st & last week & security. No
kids. Tel:328-8519 after 4pm
Garden Hills #2 2 brand new
efficiencies for rent. Fully fur-
nished includes fridge, stove,
water, light, cable & burgler
bars. Asking $600 per month,
first and last month rent is re-
quired with a $300 security de-
posit. Phone 423-1671.
SPACIOUS 1 2-BED, 1-BATH
APT, CARMICHAEL area. In-
cludes fridge, stove, central
A/C, water, burglar bars, en-
closed gated yard. No pets.
$675/mth, 1st/last + $300 sec
depo. 328-3347, leave mes-
sage.
HAIR & BARBER BOOTH
$95.00
NAIL BOOTH $85.00
Tel: 356-7749 454-9773.
LARGE, SPACIOUS unfum. 3
bed, 3 1/2 bath townhouse. Ya-
macraw Hill Rd, $1,200/pm, 1st
last + $500 sec Dep. Phone
454-7165.


NEWLY RENOVATED OFFICE
space for rent Downstairs Unit
Commercial Building No 10,
7th Terrace Centreville West,
Opposite Bahamas Business
Solution. Rental $1,100/ month.
Please 328-6725, or 326-4620.

FIRE TRAIL ROAD:
2-bed, 1-bath Apt. Water in-
cluded. $650 monthly. Phone
341-0616.
FULLY FURNISHED Efficiency
light and water and cable in-
cluded. Phone avail.
Tel 393-0111 or 393-4870,
after 5pm, 544-5739
FURNISHED 1 BED 1 BATH
efficiency light and water in-
cluded. $550 monthly, 1st/last
month rent + $150 sec. to move
in 14th March. Tel 322-2751
FURNISHED 1 bedroom Apt for.
rent very spacious cable, light
and water included, $600, first
and last month required to
move in plus $300 security de-
posit. Only serious inquires
needed apply, married couple
Preferable. Eastern area tel:
364-2033 will be available
March 20th, 2005.

ONE SHOP OR OFFICE
Space for rent
27x27 $1800.00
Cowpen Road. Tel: 558-4864
PARADISE ISLAND
Condo For Rent
Fully furnished 3 bed, 2 bath
condo for rent in beautiful Para-
dise Estates. Includes central
A/C, fully kitchen, large private
patio, and sky light in master
bath. Amenities include 2 swim-
ming pools, tennis courts and
laundry facilities. Rental is
$4,000 per month/ono with first
and last month's rent, and se-
curity deposit required.
ONLY SERIOUS INQUIRIES
PLEASE!
TEL: 383-1972(all day),
327-4450(after 6pm).
ONE FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT.
OFF EAST STREET, GROVE
AREA. ONE SINGLE MALE
ONLY. ALL UTILITIES IN-
CLUDED. LIGHT, WATER, CA-
BLE, GAS, & .PHONE, DVD
PLAYER. COLOUR TV. NO
KIDS.
$425 TO MOVE IN.
$145 WEEKLY.
CONTACT
MS. KEMP, 326-0669.

PARTLY NEW 2 BEDROOM
APT $650.00 per month. Avail
March 20th, first and last month
rent plus $350 deposit. Water,
cable, A/C included. B-bars
nice quiet area. No pets. Only
serious inquiries. Joe Farring-
ton Road. Rent or leae.
Call 324-5935 for further info
between 5-6pm
PERSON FOR CAR WASH
AND BOOTH FOR RENT
PLEASE CONTACT AT
328-0658.
PRIME OFFICE SPACE FOR
RENT. MARKET & HAY
STREET (PINK BUILDING).
TEL 323-4999.


Fully Furnished Efficiency for
rent. Coral Heights East. $550
per month, first and last months
rent, $300 sec. deposit.
Ph- 302-5128/362-2148.
Private Home, 2 bed 2 bath
furnished. Cable Beach, with
beach rights, $2,300/pm, first
and last rent, plus security
deposit.
Tel-362-1150/434-6341.
SANDYPORT OLDE TOWNE
CONDO. New large
3 bed, 3 baths, 3 balconies
ocean views. Storage.
$4000/month. Call 327-7672.
SANDYPORT OLDE TOWNE
Condo. New large 3 bedrooms,
3 baths, 3 balconies, Ocean
views, storage $400.00 per
month. Call: 327-7672
Space For Rent, upsatirs Unit,
Commercial building No.10, 7th
Terrace Centerville West, oppo-
site Bahamas Business Solu-
tion. Rental $1,000.00 per
month.
Please 328-6725 or 326-4620.
SANDYPORT-3-bed, 3 1/2
bath townhouse with fabulous
view over the lake.
Fully furnished. $3,500/m. No
pes. To view call 393-8809,
Mon-Fri, 9-4.
SANS SOUCI 1 bedroom fur-
nished apartment electricity and
water included. Use of pool
and laundry room. Single pro-
fessional or married couple. No
children or pets. $700/month,
1st + last month's rent plus se-
curity deposit. Call 393-7015
days, 364-8350 eve.
SEA BEACH ESTATES
Newly renovated 2 bed, 1 1/2
bath furn townhouse. Central
air, bars, TV, enclosed yard
$1,500. Phone-323-6887.

SEA BREEZE
2 bed, 1 bath, water, sec bars,
c/air. $700 per month, 1st, last.
1 bed, 1 bath water, sec bar,
A/C, stove, fridge., $575 per
monmth, 1st, last month.
Tel 324-7376 5pm 364-3132.

Security Officers
needed urgently, must be a reli-
able honest and hard working .
Tel: 380-2891, 324-7531 office.
SHIRLEY HEIGHTS
2-bedroom, 1-bath apartments,
A/C, water Included, cable, tele-
phone ready, blinds,
fridge/stove. Weekly rental.
$1400 to move in. Ready
March 19, 2005
382-4373, 544-7655.
SPACE FOR RENT
Upstairs ideal for church, nurs-
ery, office, etc. 1,350 sq. ft.
Montrose Avenue. 325-3715.
SPACE FOR RENT.
356-5613 or Fax 356-5491.
SPACIOUS 2 bed 2 bath fur-
nished apt. Features include
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
central AC, water include
$1,050.00 per month. 1st & last
plus $500.00 security deposit
Tel: 456-0350


GARDEN HILLS 3 bed, 2
bath spacious furnished house
on quiet well tended partially
enclosed lot. Large kitchen,
laundry room, separate living
and dining, carport. Alarm sys-
tem for house. Must see to ap-
preciate, $1,500/mo includes
water. To view call 393-8809,
Mon-Fri, 9-4.

SMALL & NEAT 1-BED APT,
QUIET AREA. FURNISHED,
LIGHTS, WATER, CABLE, AIR
CONDITION, SECURITY
BARS. $650 PER MONTH.
FIRST, LAST MONTH + SE-
CURITY DEP. $300. CALL
393-2829, BETWEEN 7-7:30
AM AFTER 5PM.
Spacious 2 bedroom apart-
ment for rent with central air
condition, washer, dryer and
stove. Monthly rent $675.00
Tel: 341-5295 or 357-9558.
Located Misty Gardens off Mar-
shall Road.
SPACIOUS TWO BED APT for
rent. Private, alarm system, ca-
ble TV, water include. Located
in Pineyard, $600 per month.
Call Mr Rolle, 364-0502.
SPACIOUS, SECURE, FULLY
FURNISHED, PENTHOUSE
SUITE, PILOT HOUSE LOVE-
LY VIEWS, $2,00 PER
MONTH. 325-8451 DAYS.

Stapleton Gardens
1 bedroom Apt, fridge, stove
and water included. $600 per
month.
427-1369, 427-1370, 393-1279
(evenings).
STORAGE SPACE
for rent, Oxford St West off Mt
Royal Ave Tel: 325-3471
TOWERS OF CABLE BEACH
fully furnished 2 bedroom,
bath Apt in gated complex
with beautiful pool & beach,
laundry facilities, security bars,
and hurricane shutters and
lovely garden. Near to hotels,
shops, etc $1,500 per month.
Water incl. Also offered at ex-
cellent sale price.
Tel 327-8135.
TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT
$850 per month
Newly renovated 2 bed, 1 1/2
bath fridge, stoe, washer,
Phone 393-1045, or 394-6083
after 5pm.
TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT
newly renovated. $850 per
month, 1 1/2 bath, 2 bed, wash-
er, fridge & stove.
Phone 394-6083 or 393-1045.
Two newly renovated,
2 bed, 1 bath unfurnished apts.
located off Gladstone Road, in
quiet area near church and
school, $650 per month, 1st
and last month security dep.
$650. Water, blinds, fans, se-
curity screen included. No
smoking/kids/pets.
Tel 341-1775.
Very Private 1 bedroom
apt; good for college students
or singles. Cable, water, central
air & security bars. Serious per-
sons only contact 341-4151
leave message.


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One Bedroom Apt.
South Beach, $450 per month.
Call-525-7783/636-0940.

VISTA MARINA TOWNHOUSE
2 BED, 2 1/2 BATH,. FULLY
FURNISHED, TENNIS
COURT, LAUNDRY, GYM,
POOL NEAR SHOPS, BUS.
WATER INCLUDED, $1,800
F/L/S.
PHONE 364-6187
1BEDROOM 1 BATH Taylor
Street, Nassau Village. Water,
burglar bars, ceiling fan, basic
cable included/gated yard.
$550.00 p/m + 1st & last
month's rent. $300.00 security
deposit
702-1524/394-3137/327-1530
BRAND NEW (2) 2 BED,
1BATH, Ac, ceiling fans, sec,
alarm, 'sec bars, water
included, $700.00 p/m 1st &
last month + s/d. Located
Southwind Gardens, Con lisa
323-4970 or 424-0091
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Hollywood Subdivision 2 bed
1 bath $650.00 p/m
Tel: 341-2689
FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2 bath
unfurnished house, Rocky Pine
Road $850.00 monthly
Tel: 322-8159
FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2 bath
unfurnished house, Rocky Pine
Road $850.00 monthly
Tel: 322-8159
1 BEDROOM Furnished apt for
rent West Bay Street Electricity,
water, local telephone calls and
basic cable included. $1,650.00
p/m. Tel: 427-6610 or 324-8432
ROOM FOR RENT In private
home. Responsible, mature
adult no pets/children
Call: 364-7638 after 6:pm
SANDYPORT Olde towne
Condo. New large 3 bedrooms,
3 baths, 3 balconies, Ocean
views. Storage. $4,000.00 p/m
Call: 327-7672
1 BEDROOM Fully furnished,
utilities included $574.00 p/m
Tel: 341-8564 after 4:pm
2 BEDROOM 2 1/12 BATH
Gated Townhouse, pool, fridge,
stove, washer, dryer included
$1,050.00 p/m
324-0285/457-2285/324-1776
COTTAGE FOR RENT 2 story
2 bed 2 1/2 bath beautiful
cottage set in gated and secure
estate tastefully furnished.
Breath taking, sea views,
central AC, cable phone, broad
band internet, stainless steel
appliances, huge pool and
gorgeous garden, porch and
terraces, alarm. A must see
$2,800p/m Tel: 364-8487


TO SHARE
MALE TO SHARE new 2 bed,
2 bath apt. with male teacher.
Fully furn. Utilities, cable &
washer incl. $490/per/mth. Call
422-4542 or 341-5034.


LADY WANTS To share ;nrnstan Laay (wian permit
1 bedroom, utilities included seeks live-in job as caretaker
$100.00 per week for the elderly or as baby sitter.
Call: 393-8201 Call 362-2488/362-1297.

POSITION TEL: 394-5802, 636-8400
WANTED MAID SERVICE, HOUSE-
j _. ^_ _: KEEPER, BABYSITTER


MA I ut. LAUT LOOKing Tor
maid work, and to work nights
Tel: 324-4115
LADY SEEKS Housekeeping
job to live-in or out, or to do
days job. Also willing to do
babysitting too. Call: 456-4940
Ask for Cornice
YOUNG LADY Seeks Saturday
and Sunday day work
Call: 456-2590. Ask for Pat
YOUNG LADY Seeks days
work on saturdays
Call: 436-2751 Can be
recommended
EXECUTIVE
SECRETARY/PERSONAL
ASSISTANT
18+ years experience seeks
position. Flexible hours plus
contractual terms (i.e. weekly,
monthly, or annually).
Tel 361-5052.
LADY AGE 50 SEEKS
HOUSEKEEPING OR CARING
FOR ELDERLY.
CALL AFTER 7PM
TEL 525-3844.
LADY NEEDS
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER/
BABYSITTING JOB, OR
TO CARE FOR ELDERLY
PERSON.
Tel: 422-5226 or 325-5633
LADY seeking job as babysit-
ter. Tel 392-6820.
LADY seeks job to take care of
elderly persons. Tel 382-4373.
ONLY SERIOUS INQUIRIES
Honest, dependable Bahamian
woman seeks immediate em-
ployment as private security,
chauffeur, messenger, mer-
chandiser, distribution sales
representative or dogcare tak-
er. Effective & efficient with su-
perior organizational skills.
Call: 393-7441 btwn lpm-5pm
weekdays ask for Ms D Albury
or email:
babyblues@coralwave.com.
POSITION WANTED
Experienced mature lady seeks
to take care of elderly disabled,
full-time, part-time, night or day.
Light housework included. Tel:
364-2581/323-4714.
PROFESSIONAL LADY with
experience in secretarial, office
procedures, basic accounting
and computer, literate seeks
position.
Tel:341-1373
QUALIFIED AUSTRALIAN
Nanny/Babysitter/elderly care/
housesitter with 18 years expe-
rience seeks full time position.
Pleace call 423-1625.
SEEKING JOB as housekeep-
ing, elderly, or babysitting.
Call 434-8920
YOUNG LADY seeks employ-
ment as housekeeper/day job
honest and hardworking. Phone
341-7100.


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.

MORTGAGE BROKER seeks
position. 10+ yeas in finance,
insurance and lender pre-quali-
fying experience. Computer lit-
erate, excellent communication
and legal skills. Write PO Box
CR-56737, Nassau, Bahamas o
call 380-2502.

LADY seeks job as housekeep-
er, babysitting care for elderly,
454-7770.

HELP WANTED
GWI MAINTENANCE SERV.
Maintenance workers needed
(Semi-skilled) Will train.
Send resume to: PO Box N390.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
BEING APART OF A
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
ORGANIZATION
CALL 544-6682.
AVON
Need extra cash? Become a
Direct Avon Rep and earn Up to
50% Commission. size up to-
day for free.
Call 341-8173.
BEAUTY SALON urgently in
need of a Nail Technician, Cos-
metologist and Barber. Also
booths for rent. Tel: 394-3513.
BSC DEGREE *20 years Ad-
ministrative experience/ HR
Management/Sales Executive
Preferably an established com-
pany.
Call 364-2322, 7-9am/pm.

Live in Maid needed to help
with children, household duties
and cooking. Ph.323-8056.

Kandie Shyne Car Wash
All Girls NOW HIRING
Call 323-6835/558-2560 ask for
Paulette or John.


ENERGETIC RECEPTIONIST
NEEDED with computer skills
Secretary needed w/computer
skills
Accountant clerk needed w/ba-
sic account skills and Quick
books exp. is a plus.
Phone 1-242-324-8126, or
email: pj241977@yahoo.com.
GARDENER NEEDED.
(Weed and clean yard).
Tel 326-0669.
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER
applicant must have university
degree in design or related
field. 5-7 years experience in
design industry is requested
with an emphasis on special
layout design and full colour
Architectural renderings. Com-
puter knowledge a must. Fax
resume to 326-2645.

HELP WANTED
Experienced hard working male
needed for car washing svc.
contact Mr. Mention car wash,
detailing services and auto
sales.
Tel: 356-4171 only serious per-
son enquiries.

HANDYMAN -Applicants may
write to: PO Box CR-54512.
HELP WANTED
Experience hard work male
needed for car washing svc.
contact Mr. Mention CarWash
and Detailing Services
Tel# 356 4171
MAID needed.
Phone 434-3103.
Help Wanted person for car
wash and booth for rent please
contact at 328-0658.
HOUSEKEEPER needed
South Ocean area.
Childcare and housework.
Own transportaton required.
362-4076, 9am- 9pm.
HOUSEKEEPER Needed
South Ocean area. Child care
and housework. Own
transportation required.
362-4076 9am to 9pm
IMTA....International Model &
Talent Search
Auditions for the Upcoming
July
IMTA Trip 2005 will be held at
Primo Models & Management
Office
During the month of March
2005.

We are looking for Male/
Female, age 10yrs -

mature adult, aspiring actors,
models and dancers.
For your free appointment
time call Primo Models
394-6966/7.
Labourers needed. Cay Man-
agement. P.O. Box AB-20096
Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
needed. Must speak Spanish.
Phone 362-5618.


BUS DRIVERS needed for
Route #1 OA.
1991 Nissan Civillian
Tel 477-3316
LOOKING FOR PEOPLE to
participate in an independent
short film. Call 392-1091.
MARINE MECHANIC HELP-
ER. High School Graduate with
drivers license. Must be moti-
vated, energetic and willing to
learn.Training provided.
Positive attitude is a must.
Fax resume to 394-7659.

1 BED. 1 BATH Taylor Street,
Nassau Village. Water, burglar
bars, ceiling fan, basic cable in-
cluded, gated yard $550 per
month plus first and last month
rent $300 security deposit.
Telephone 702-1524/394-3137.
HANDYMAN/GARDENER
needed urgently.
Applicants may Write to:
PO Box 10790.
PART-TIME WAITRESS WITH
experience needed to work shift
hours at Dicky Mo's Restaurant,
Cable Beach. Call after 5pm
everyday except. Wednesday
327-1300.
PRESCHOOL TEACHER
The Little Schoolhouse is ac-
cepting applications from quali-
fied and experienced teachers
to begin immediately. Candi-
dates should possess appropri-
ate academic and teaching
qualifications and have a mini-
mum of two years relevant ex-
perience.
Please phone and submit your
letter of application and current
resume with references to: Mrs
Kara Nottage, Director, The Lit-
tle Schoolhouse, Nassau, The
Bahamas. Tel:325-3795.
PROFESSIONAL LADY with
experience in secretarial, office
procedures, basic accounting
and computer literate seeks po-
sition. 341-1373.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTING FIRM
requires a senior accountant
(CA or CPA). Min 2-3 yrs post
qualifying experience. Competi-
tive salary & benefits. Send re-
sume marked (CA/CPA Vacan-
cy to: PO Box N8423, Nassau,
Bahamas
Deadline March 11.
SALES LADY needed for Hat
Store. Salary with experience.
Phone: 325-5144.
Scuba Instructor/Dive Master
needed immediately for out Is-
land Resort.
Call (242) 338-2051.

WANTED: Live-in housekeeper
for a family of five. General
housekeeping duties and care
of 3 active boys. $160 per
week. Call 324-2720, 454-
1731.

Newcomer (37y.o.)
is looking for RUSSIAN-speak-
ing business partners from the
Bahamas.
If you know any Russian of any
age, plese let him know about
this ad.
Tel.1(416)890-8196
candidate@lenta.ru


Cooks/Helper
Manuel Cashier
Snorkel Guides
Bartender
Stingray Guides
Call: Mon-Thur, 11.00-12 noon.
(242)427-1083

SUMMIT ACADEMY
TEACHERS NEEDED
a SECME School of Excel-
lence, is currently accepting ap-
plications for classroom teach-
ers for the new academic year
at both the preschool and ele-
mentary level.
Applicants for teaching posi-
tions in the preschool must
have a Bachelor's Degree in
Early Childhood Education from
an accredited University or Col-
lege and have a valid teaching
certificate with at least two
years experience teaching.
All applicants in the elementary
school must have a minimum of
a Bachelor's Degree in Elemen-
tary Education and possess a
valid Teaching Certificate from
an accredited University or Col-
lege. Applicants are also re-
quired to have at least two
years experience.
All teachers must be familiar
with inquiry-based teaching
methods
Teachers with math and sci-
ence as specialities are espe-
cially encouraged to apply.
Excellent grammer is a must
Bahamians need only apply.
Curriculum vitaes should be
submitted in person.
Please call 356-5625 for further
information.
CVs must be submitted no later
than Friday, March 11, 2005
No exceptions.
The Bluff House Beach Hotel,
a 42 room hotel with a 45 slip
Marina on Green Turtle Cay,
Abaco seeks a General Manag-
er with 15 years specific experi-
ence in managing all aspects of
resort and with 10 years proven
marketing and promotion expe-
rience. Must have the ability to
analyze financial data, and be
an extremely organized, self
motivated individual, a true
leader. Only qualified appli-
cants with excellent references
will be considered.
Fax resumes to:
(242)-365-4248.
THE ITS GROUP RETAILERS
OF FINE JEWELLRY
NEEDS SALE ASSOCIATES
Requirements:
Must be a mature Lady /team
player.
One year or more experience
in sales and customer service
environment.
Possess good conversational
skills.
Self-motivated, energetic and
highly assertive;
Good grooming and appear-
ence.
P.O. Box SS-6327
Fax 326-1747.







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sales people needed for
premiere publication. Salary
and commission. Experience
major plus, a wounderful
opportunityl!!il Call: 323-2201
URGENTLY needed. Mature
responsible & honest lady t
care for young child & genera
household chores. Mon Fr
8:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m., Murph
Town, Abaco. Salary $160 pe
week. Bahamians only nee
apply. Contact Mrs. V. Arche
anytime after 6:30p.m.
(242)367-0265.
SMALL START- UP Company
is seeking a sales agent. Must
be able to communicate well,
energretic take initiative and bi
computer literate. Own
transportation required. Please
fax resume to 356-7361 by
wednesday 16/305
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Treasure Cay Community
Foundation, a non-profit
charitable organization
(501-C-3). needs a highly
motivated, personable
individual with some experienc
in office management and
accounting. In addition to filing
typing and computer skills, th
job decription also requires
fundraising skills including
phone solicitation, personal
visits and creative writing.
The residency of the Executiv
Director will be iin the Treasur
Cay Community where an
attractive office will be
provided. The work schedule
will be 8 hours daily, Monday
through Friday, all normal
Bahamian holidays will be
offered along with a liberal
vacation schedule. Annual
Salary: $45,000 to start.
Please e-mail resume and
cover letter in confidence
exxact@wyoming.com
FULLY TRAINED IN TOU
TEK COMPUTER SYSTEM
Previous experience in Trav
Agencies sales management.
Team work experience
Analytical skills for sales
Strong Accounting knowledge
Speak Spanish fluently
Wide knowledge of the Cuba
Tourist products.
Please submit to: PO Bo
EE163119
MAID NEEDED.
PHIONIM N 41-..A1_


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PITMAN ACCOUNTING THE TATTOO KING!!!
AND Get your tattoo today, best tat-
BOOKKEEPING toos in town. Call today
CAS &<393-7381. Tattoo can be done
CLASSES in over 50 colours with over
Evenings and Saturdays 1000 designs to choose from
To register call 341-7833 or Call: 393-7381 to book your
424-0173. appointment.


A "LIFE TIME" Gift
Your Baby's first worn shoes or
socks kept forever in
S Bronze, Gold, or Silver.
Almost anything can be done.
Tel 393-7095, OR 395-5569
C&D TWENTY-FOUR HOUR
e NURSING SERVICES
ENTERPRISES
offers reliable home care
e nursing services for
management of acute and
chronic illnesses; appropriated
to suit your health care needs.
Call 544-2957 or E-mail:
e cd24houmursing@hotmail.com
HOUSE & APARTMENT
PLANS
Available in different designs.
Phone 322-4128
HOUSE WIVES
Do you need a little financial
help? Work from home + Car
Incentive Program.
Call: 325-7619.
LOOK!!! LOOK!!!
Commercial or Residential
R Carpet Shampoo
$25.00 per room.
el Floor Buffing
S $25.00 per room.
Tiling and Grout Cleaning
Window Cleaning $3p.w.
Upholstery Cleaning
Office and Stores, Daily Jani-
n torial Care.
Water extraction.
ix Gift Certificate available
Call Xtreme Clean.
Ph: 341-6633 or 324-7665
(all of'The above are starting
prices)
F NEED A CARPENTER?
For all your building require-
ment call 393-5121, Mr Forbes.
PANSAT RECEIVER FIX.
Lowest prices
Call now. 434-0895.
SECOND INCOME
Start a second income for
$99.00. Call: 325-7619.
UNIQUE SERVICES
EXTERMINATING
364-8609
"Atlantis & Government
Get 30% OFF Ect "inating for
the month of k..,RCH
Termites, Roaches, Rats,Ants ,
Feas, Ticks, Foundation, Fertil-
izing & Lawn Spraying.


Young and dynamic easy
and funny. I go to your
place.
Phone: 324-0340 ask for
Lisa.
MATH CLASSES
PAST your next Exam
BJC
BGCSE
PITMAN
Contact 324-7234 or 456-5919

PATIO SALE
1ST ST & PALM TREE AVE
COCONUT GROVE
7AM-2PM
LOOK FOR SIGNS


36" TV/remote fr $550
27in TV/remote fr $250
19in w/remote from $75
Computer complete fr $250
Elec Wheel Chair/scooter $599
Sofa/Love Set (leather) $325
King size Mattress $100
Double $75 Single $50
Chester(5) Drawers (new) $160
Computer Monitors & Printers
Large Upright Freezer $450
Apt or family Fridge fr $250
Washers Whirlpool Fr $199
Treadmill Elec fr $175
Exercise Bicycle fr $70
Wheel Chair & Walker $250
Washer/Dryer Stack fr $499
Water Heaters fr $200
Gas or elec Dryers fr $200
Gas or elec Stove $250
Lg Iron Safe 1,000
Queen sz Sofa fr $200
Queen sz Sofa bed fr $299
Phone 362-6040
COFFEE TABLES w/side ta-
bles, lamps, dining room chairs,
Antique secretary desk, living
room set, 3 pcs white wicker
bedroom furniture, Authentic
Int'l collectible dolls, throw rugs,
plant stands, 1 Cherry round
dining table/with chairs, picture
frames, magazine racks and
lots more...
Tel: 323-8789 9:30am-5:30pm
BRAND NEW Playstation 2
with three games for $300.00
Tel: 427-5078
BRAND NEW!! FOR SALE!!
Sharp 27" TV $370
Sharp 25" TV $330
Car Stereo $125
HP Printer $95
DVD player $75
Coffee Maker $30
Bender $25
Tel 477-6184


BABY CRIB WITH 6 DRAW-
ERS, NATURAL COLOUR. IN
EXCELLENT CONDITION.
ASKING $350
PHONE 364-4577, 454-6009.
BRAND NEW!
19" TV $190
13" TV $140
300 Watt surround sound sys
tem $235
DVD player 75
Tel 477-6184.
ELECTRIC STOVE
$200.00
Call: 327-5296
FOR SALE
1 APT SIZE STOVE
Almost new $180.00
Tel: 322-6309 or 356-3978
FOR SALE
24 inch Hot Point Stove, brand
new. Asking price $435.00 can
be negotiated.
Phone: 325-2291. (call after 4
p.m.)
FOR SALE
New Toto Undercounter mount
sinks:
3 19"x15" bone $129 ono
1 17"x14" Bone $119 ono
1 80-gal GE Water Heater $449
ono.
Call 422-2613
For Sale OBO:
13ct Frigidaire Fridge-$450
5pc Glass Table Dinette Set-

Light green & beige Sofa and
matching Love Seat-$500
Two Glass & steel coffee ta-
bles-300
Glass & steel 6ft display stand-
150
Queen size bed w/box spring
and frame-$400

Two beige night stands and bu-
reau with mirror-$200
All items less than one year old
and in Immaculate condition
Phone: 361-5614 bet 9am-lpm
and 7pm-9pm
FOR SALE ONE BROWN Re-
cliner chair paid $1,400.00
Selling at $400.00 (4 mths old)
Tel: 544-1924
FOR SALE
White wedding dress with head
piece gloves & necklace, $400.
size 4.
For viewing contact
393-2371 5, or 393-3958
ask for T Pratt.
HOUSE HOLD ITEM
Cal-King bedroom set, 4 draw-
ers at bottom (can hold water-
bed mattress) New Mattress, 2
night-stand, headboard with
light/bookspace/mirror $475.00.
Wedding dress size 8(new).
Off-white pale rum-pink trim,
ivory pearls/beads, $475.00.
Tel 557-2409.


ARTICLES


GAMES FOR SALE
Playstation 2 games for sale
from $20-$40
Smuggler's Run
Dark Cloud
Grandia II
Sunny Gracia Surfing
Resident Evil Dead Aim
Devil May Cry
MegaMan X8
The Bouncer
RC Revenge Pro
Summoner
Jeremy Mcgrath Super Cross
Spiderman
Winter Games (Nintendo) $5
Donkey Kong (Atari) $3
Pitfall (Atari) $3
Sega Game Console no adapt-
er or controls $20 O.N.O.
RC satellite Receivers (need
repair) $8 each ono.
Coby DVD player $60
Contact Clinton or Latoya @
341-2863.

GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
SALE
Clothes closet $200.00
Computer desk $100.00
Microwave cabinet $75.00
2-shelves book case $50.00
3-shelves $75.00
Dinning table $500.00
Sewing cabinet $150.00
Shelf unit $150.00
Daewoo 24,000 BTU A/C
$200.00
Stools $50.00
Loveseat $100.00
Table set $100.00
Filing cabinets $50.00
Cabinet $100.00 misc
Everything must go
Call 394-6780
GREEN/BLACK CHEST & 2
NIGHT SANDS. ASKING $350
LOWEST OFFER. CONTACT
SHANIQUE 0 394-2261
JVC DIGITAL compact VHS.
A great deal. Negotiable
Assorted Camera Lens.
Macro lens, slide barrel 28-85m
28-90 mm, slide barrel tele-
photo lens 75-180m
Lets negotiate.
Prices almost at view-away
Start from $50-$100
gold2goldheart@netscape.net
LISTER GENERATOR 65
AMPs single phase 110/200volt
$500. Tel 362-2624. Rod.
MOVING SALE
Almost new. 12ct Fridge $350
stove w/1001b gas tank $400.
.Call 535-9455.
NEW TOTO
UNDERCOUNTER
mount sinks: 3 19"x15" bone
$129.00 ea o.n.o
1 17"x14" bone $119.00 o.n.o
180 gallon G.E. water heater
$499.00 o.n.o Call: 422-2613
PANSAT Receivers $280.00
Programmed 3 mths warranty
play station 3 mths warranty
play station games $35.00
Tel: 454-9057 or 454-9810
PROFESSIONAL STROB
LIGHTS can be used on Limos,
Reckers, cars and trucks. Com-
lete system, $350.
el 361-7280, 380-3731.


BED W/HEAD BOARD $500
NIGHTS STAND $25
CLOTHES CLOSET CASE $95
GE 19" TV $100
6 PAIRS SHOE RACK $5
2 BLINDS. 32X72 $30 EA
TEL 324-6829, 9 5PM.
SHAMPOO CHAIR $200
HAIR SYLING CHAIR $325
HAIR DRYE/CHAIR $350
TEL 341-1576
SIFTED SOIL $4 PER BAG
NATIVE STONES,
BOULDERS.
CALL 328-5184,
MON-SAT, 9-5PM.
TIRED OF BUYING something
and leaving yourself broke
Commonwealth Computers is
our name, Computers and elec-
tronics are our game. Flip
phone starting @ $130.00
V600, V500, V80, @ $280.00.
We also have car dvd's ceiling
screens and players @ 350.00
combo, 8" screen.
Tel: 535-5868 call or text










TO HEALTH, HAPPINESS &
HARMONY
BE WISE HARMONIZE!!
Cell phone EMF Harmonizer
Protect yourself nowl $60.00
Harmonizers dangerous
EMF waves.
Emitted by cell phones.
"If you got brakes for your car,
you should have a Harmonizer
for your Cell Phone.

Distributors Wanted
Andr6: 323-4365 or 382-4373
Vance: 393-0565
Lynden: (242)357-1230
337-0430
TRANSFER YOUR
Architectual drawings building
plan to computer (CD). Order
$100.
Call 382-4373 please leave
message.
USED PLAY STATION 2
for $140.00
Tel: 454-0273
Wicker 2 twin bed set $500.00
chest & night stand 393-8173,
364-0085
X-BOOX AND GAME CUBE
GAMES. SOME NINTENDO
GAMES. ALL KINDS GOOD
CONDITION, ONLY $30. CALL
324-4896 WEEKDAYS AND
327-3753 WEEKENDS.


WANTED
FORMER NASSAU RESI-
DENT, Veterinary surgeon,
available to caretaker house
and/or pets, March/April, 2006.
Phone 327-4374... 7. "


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Private Island; 681 acres with great elevations, fresh water, secluded bays and
beaches and 2,500 ft. airstrip that can easily be extended. Located a short
distance from the southern tip of Great Exuma with close proximity to Georgetown.
Main two-storey house with six bedrooms has spectacular views. Unique two level
observation gazebo connected by elevated walkway to swimming pool and deck.
Large enough to be developed as a private resort. US$19,300,000. #1661


This 4.02 acre property has 324 feet on the sea plus dock
space in Fox Hill Creek. There are two Bahamian style
houses that are in need of repair. Possibility to divide in
twVo sections. Ideal for multi-family development.
Asking Price $2,050,000. Internet Ref. #2533


Exquisite 2.4 acre estate with 8,400 sq. ft. luxury residence with grand 'Port
Cochere' entrance atop the highest elevation in Lyford Cay. Features include
formal living room with wet bar, separate dining, family room, all open to covered
terraces. Italian stone flooring throughout and kitchen with granite countertops.
Top floor master suite with seaviews. Three guest bedrooms, pool, pool cabana
with full bath, maid's quarters, 2-car garage and much more. $5,500,000. #895
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SFeatures: Granite countertops, Travertine tile floors, Private elevator to each
Sapt., Steam room and Jacuzzi tubs, Spacious oversized balconies, Indirect
Lighting, Central air and heating. Guest services include: Security, Personal
bill paying service, Concierge desk, Business center, Receptionist service,
Resort quality pools, Hot tubs, Storage, Secure covered parking, Fitness center
and Tennis & much more. Dock slio available. 79 APARTMENTS OFFERED.


YOLANDA CONDOMINIUMS Spacious, beautifully decorated 4 bed 4 bath
penthouse apartment with office, large verandahs and spectacular harbour
views. This three floor, 5,500 sq. ft. apartment features entry foyer, granite
countertops, modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances and Master suite
with luxury bath. Extras include quality furnishings, 62" Plasma TV, surround
sound stereo, outfitted gym, tanning bed, storeroom, pool, dock slip available


Situated on a large property, this spacious family home is ideal for those wanting to
live in the most exclusive community in the Bahamas. The residence has six
bedrooms, four and a half baths, a family room, study, and two car garage. Special
features include wood ceilings, crown moulding, tray ceiling in living room, fireplace
in living room and swimming pool. Brick paved driveway, generator house and
mature landscaping. Ideal for someone wanting to transform this property into their
drom hnemn nfformd t St eni n.R l Rof i R Great Value!


Charming, spacious townhouse with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths on the
ground floor. Large living/dining area open to the kitchen and large
balcony. Up a spiral staircase on the main level, there is a loft/office
and full bath. This gated community has a shared swimming pool and
generator for the common grounds. Clip on hurricane shutters
included. Reduced to $250.000. Internet Ref. #2642


Well situated on one acre, 20 feet above sea level and located in an exclusive
gated community this waterfront 6,700 sq. ft. 4 bed 5 bath residence enjoys
panoramic views of Paradise Island, Rose Island and the ocean beyond. Adjacent
to the main house is a 374 sq. ft. boathouse with workshop and bath. Entry foyer,
family room, gallery, living room, dining room, Bahama room, spacious Master and
quest suites, maid's room, 3-car garage and more. $2,990,000. Ref. #1018


Well kept 3 bed, 2.5 bath townhouse with gorgeous ocean views and beach
access. This unit features new furnishings and spacious living area that opens
onto ocean-front patio. Large upstairs bedroom with great storage. Central A/C,
roll-down hurricane shutters, new fridge and washing machine. This home is in
move-in condition and is fully equipped. Enjoy the beautiful white beach and two
swimming pools that Delaporte has to offer! $380,000 gross. Ref. #2677
Call Lana Premock 322-2305 lana@damianos.com


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