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Yacht Club


members set


to file report


to the police


By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
MEMBERS of Nassau Yacht
Club are reportedly set to file a
police report against disgrun-
tled employees of the club who
they said hurled racial slurs at
them and tried to physically
assault one member.
They claim the workers are
turning union difficulties at the
club into a racial dispute.
The members say the abuse
comes on the heels of the
breakdown of contract negotia-
tions between management and
the employees' bargaining unit,
The Ba! amas Hotel and Allied
Workers Union.
Last week, Labour Minister
Vincent Peet ordered both sides
to appear before the Industrial
Tribunal after negotiations
reached an impasse.
The union claimed that man-
agement engaged in union bust-
ing after it abruptly fired 11
employees in the midst of con-
tract negotiations.
However, management
claimed the firings were neces-
sary to ensure the club's finan-
cial stability and that the
employees were given attrac-
tive compensation. Neither side
was willing to yield.


Sources close to the members
say that, following the firings,
they have been harassed and
insulted by dismissed employ-
ees and union "henchmen".
According to one source, the
dismissed employees have
camped out at the private club
in protest and are harassing
members as they enter and
leave.
In addition, it was claimed
that a member was almost
attacked by former employees
after they blocked the members
from leaving the club's parking
lot.
The source said an employ-
ee "jumped" the member after
he tried to take photos while
other persons there cheered. He
said the member was to file
charges with police but was not
sure if this was done.
Another club member said
that while he .was driving on
East Bay Street, he was cursed
out by a person he recognised
as an employee.
This person, he said, told him:
"You white (expletive), you are
the reason we are here."
One person told The Tribune
that they had never heard such
blatant and outright racism in
See CLUB, Page 11


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Jamar Munnings, accused of raping a tourist, was led to Court
One on Bank Lane yesterday.(Photo:Felip6 Major/Tribune staff)


By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter


A MAN aged 27 was yesterday charged with
raping a tourist. He also faced a number of oth-
er allegations, including armed robbery.
Arriving in court with a heavily-armed escort,


Jamar Atiba Munnings, of Wulff Road, was
charged with rape, armed robbery, forcible
detention, possession of an unlicensed firearm
and two counts of ammunition possession.
Court documents alleged that on March 5,
See CHARGE, Page 11


Fears for

Cuban

deportees
By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Senior Staff Reporter
RELATIVES are growing
worried over the fate of 29
Cubans repatriated from the
Bahamas this week.
They are desperate to hear
from their loved ones, who they
claim have yet to return to their
homes, an anti-Castro Cuban-
American group said yesterday.
"It is as if the plane with the
29 men disappeared from the
face of the earth," Net for Cuba
said.
Immigration and Labour
Minister Vincent Peet said that
once immigrants are sent back
to their country the Bahamas
does not keep track of them.
The anti-Castro organisation
claims that seven of the 29 were
political refugees who the
Bahamas has returned to Cuba
to face prosecution.
Biographical information on
the seven men in question was
sent to The Tribune from the
files of the Democratic Party
November 30 Frank Pais, which
had lobbied the Bahamas gov-
ernment saying the seven men
should not be repatriated to
Cuba under any circumstances
because this would put "their
physical integrity at an extreme-
ly high risk."
"There is a high probability
that if returned, the Cuban gov-
ernment will disappear these
men for good. In the 24 hours
leading to August 31, 2004,
these seven activists had been
on the run, hiding in different
homes in the capital, being per-
secuted by the Cuban political
police trying to arrest them and
prosecute them for what the
regime considers political
crimes," the party claimed.
Frank Garcia Llerena was
said to be involved in several
anti-Castro activities, such as
See WORRY, Page 11


Envoy: 62,000 Haitians


living in the Bahamas


By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
HAITIAN Embassy officials
estimated yesterday that 62,000
legal and illegal Haitians are liv-
ing in the Bahamas.
Ambassador Louis Joseph
said he has had between 23,000
and 25,000 Haitians coming to
his embassy requesting pass-
ports in the past five years.
However, he said, what must
be taken into account is that
these persons have on average


three children, some docu-
mented, some not.
"When we are talking abor'
numbers we need to understand
what we are talking about. Are
we talking about Haitians who
continue to bear a Haitian pass-
port? Are we talking those born
here? Are we talking of
Bahamians of Haitian parent-
age?" he said.
The ambassador cautioned
that the 62,000 is only inclusive
of Haitians who continue to
bear Haitian passports and chil-


dren born to them.
This number does not include
Baham' ns born of Haitian par-
ents, and thus a true number
could be much higher, Ambas-
sador Joseph said.
"These people are afraid of
the government. So it is very
hard to estimate a true number.
We know that the IOM is here
to conduct surveys to know how
many Haitians are in the coun-
try so I think it's best for us to
allow those officials to do their
studies, to give us better num-


beis," he said.
With regard to repatriation
of illegal Haitians in the
Bahamas, Ambassador Joseph
said his embassy is doing its best
to ensure that repatriations be
carried out respecting the time
frame negotiated by both gov-
ernments.
This, he said, is done while
trying to remain vigilant that
the rights of Haitian nationals
are respected.
See HAITI, Page 11


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Potential Inagua fish farm


investor criticises PM and


response of his adviser


PRIME MINISTER Perry
Christie's "inaction" and the
"hostile duplicity" of one of his
advisers were last night blamed
for the collapse of the $20 mil-
lion Inagua fish farm proposal.
Investor George Lockwood
dismissed officials' attempts to
blame him for allegedly failing
to provide "vital information"
to government, and said their
"scepticism, speculation and
scares" over the scheme were
without scientific foundation.
His comments came after Dr
Livingston Marshall, Mr
Christie's science adviser, and
members of the BEST Com-
mission appeared on ZNS to
rebut his claims that the plan
had fallen through because of
Dr Marshall's "hostile"
response.
They blamed Mr Lockwood's
Ocean Farms Ltd for failing to
submit a detailed environmental
impact assessment.
From 2001, claimed deputy
fisheries director Elliston Dele-
veaux, Mr Lockwood had
known the document was
required "and up to this date
we have yet to see one," he said.
But last night Mr Lockwood
and his lawyer Mr Bill
Holowesko rejected the claim
as nonsense.
Mr Lockwood told The Tri-
bune: "This is one more exam-
ple of hostile duplicity exhibited
by Livingston Marshall and the
people at the centre of power
who he heavily influences."
He added: "In February,
2000, I was informed by the
Director of Fisheries of the pos-
itive review of our plans that
his department had just provid-
ed to the Office of the Prime
Minister, with the condition that
we conduct an acceptable envi-
ronmental assessment.
"My response was that we


already planned such an assess-
ment to international standards
whether or not the government
would require one. We have
never wavered from that posi-
tion. We will be a good envi-
ronmental steward wherever we
locate."
Mr Lockwood pointed out
that the heads of agreement
negotiated in good faith with
Trade and Industry Minister
Leslie Miller in 2003 provided
for an environmental assess-
ment and stringent aquaculture
standards.
"It has been our full inten-
tion to conduct the environ-
mental assessment as we have
agreed.
"Before investing consider-
able additional funds for this
assessment we must have our
heads of agreement executed
by the government."
He said it would be foolish
for his company to do other-
wise "in view of so many uncer-
tainties involved and the power
of this adversary to prevent our
success."
Mr Lockwood said Dr Mar-
shall had full access to the prime
minister 24 hours a day where-
as "we have great difficulty
meeting with him, and then only
once or twice a year when he
so chooses."
He said the ZNS broadcast
included scepticism, speculation
and scares that would be
resolved in the environmental
assessment.
"For example, the salmon
eggs we planned to import
would be certified to interna-
tional standards to be free of
diseases, and there is no dan-
ger of importing disease organ-
isms that could impact grouper,
conch and crawfish, as was
implied. Such claims are with-
out scientific foundation.


"If these individuals were
seriously interested in prevent-
ing exotic marine organism into
the Bahamas they would better
apply their time and energies
to eliminating ballast water dis-
charges from ships. This source
is widely viewed as the most
likely source for the introduc-
tion of pathogens and invasive
marine species by a large mar-
gin."
Mr Lockwood said the histo-
ry of the world over the past
200 years was replete with scep-
tics who would have killed tech-
nical and economic progress
had they been able. "In my
opinion, our principal sceptic is
in a position to do just that. "
"In a hostile encounter with
Marshall in 2003, he told me
that I should not assume that
our environmental assessment
would be approved by the gov-
ernment.
"I continue to see this as a
strong threat because of his
heavy influence within the pow-
er structure of the government,
including in the affairs of BEST.
"Nothing that was said last
night reflects any of the many
positive impacts of our plans.
Good jobs on a depressed Fam-
ily Island where the people
overwhelmingly want us, major
export earnings, food security
and other benefits went unmen-
tioned.
"We have the most environ-
mentally sustainable form of
aquaculture anywhere in the
world. Instead, the theme was
scepticism, speculation and
scares.
"As a result of inaction by
the prime minister to execute
our heads of agreement that
was. negotiated with govern-
ment in 2003, we cannot afford
to spend more money to carry
our project further."


NBA BASKETBALL team
the Miami Heat and the Min-
istry of Tourism are working
together to bring youth pro-
grammes to the Bahamas, it was
announced yesterday.
The initiatives are to include
basketball clinics, educational
programmes and charitable
events.
The Heat will work with the
ministryto develop marketing


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18 March 2005
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8.40 8.00 Bahamas Property Fund 8.00 8.00 0.00 1.328 0.320 6.0 4.00%
6.00 5.55 Bank of Bahamas 6.00 6.00 0.00 0.152 0.330 11.0 5.50%
0.85 0.82 Benchmark 0.85 0.85 0.00 -0.057 0.000 N/M 0.00%
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1.50 0.35 Doctor's Hospital 1.50 1.50 0.00 0.228 0.000 6.6 0.00%
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Obie Wilchcombe
programmes that highlight the
relationship between the organ-
isations.


Plans for Chub Cay's renovations are shown above


By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter


THE SMALL island of Chub Cay is set to be
revitalised as the historic Chub Cay Club under-
goes extensive renovations.
Founded more than 40 years ago, the first-
class resort located at the southernmost tip of
the Berry Islands will be upgraded to include a
new two-story manor-style club house, a new
pool, 57 new colonial style villas and an expan-
,sion of the marina from 96 to approximately
.200 slips. .
The club, which was recently purchased by a
group of investors headed by South Florida
businessmen Kaye Pearson, Walt Mccroy and
Bob Moss, expects the first homes to be com-
pleted by the fall of 2005.
The marina is expected to be reopened in the
Spring of 2006.
"We're fortunate to have had such an enthu-


siastic, early response from so many interested
buyers, and that has accelerated our timeline for
phase one completion," said the chairman Mr
Pearson.
Mr McCroy, president and CEO of Chub Cay
Associates, assured the residents of Chub Cay
that these expansions will not have any negative
effects on the island.
"While we are improving infrastructure,
expanding the marina, building a new club-
house and 57 new villas, we are not changing the
atmosphere of this wonderful island, it will
always remain a family oriented Bahamian fish-
ing destination," he said.
The complete plan includes the expansion of
the marina, the construction of a two story
manor style clubhouse, villas including two,
three, four and five bedroom homes, the resur-
facing of the existing 5,000 ft runway and the
construction of a full service dive and fishing
shop.


The team will also host
Bahamas theme nights, post
signs at arena events, co-spon-
sor advertising for the initiative
and promote it on heat.com.
This partnership with the
Ministry of Tourism will last for
the remainder of the 2005-06
NBA season.
"The Bahamas will be hotter
than ever with the Heat," said
Tourism Minister Obie Wilch-
combe. "We welcome the
opportunity to partner with the
Heat in Miami and our desti-
nation," He said.
President of Business Opera-
tions for the Heat Eric Wool-
worth said the organisation is
"is proud to partner with the
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism."
"We look forward to build-
ing programmes that will high-
light tourism to the islands of
the Bahamas," he said.


Bahamas is to




feel the Heat


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MAa 19, 2005, PAGE 3 .


SATURDAY,'


THE TRIBUNE


L OCALNEWS


Jury unanimously finds
man guilty of murdering
father in his own home

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Four years of nightmares and
sleepless nights came to an end for widow Char-
lene Wright yesterday, after a Supreme Court
jury brought a unanimous 12-0 guilty verdict
against Leslie John Webster for the murder of
her husband.
Webster, 46, was also found guilty of house-
breaking for entering the family's home at 37
Fiddler's Green on May 7, 2001.
As she exited the courtroom around 4.30pm,
Mrs Wright hugged her 14-year-old daughter,
Shamara, who sat alone in an upstairs lobby
awaiting the outcome.
The daughter, who was only 10-years-old at
the time, witnessed her father's murder and gave
very emotional testimony during the trial.
The victim, Garfield Wright, a 40-year-old
lines technician at Cable Bahamas, was stabbed
to death 16 times about the body with a knife as
he tried to protect his daughter from an intrud-
er.
Justice Jon Isaacs told Webster that as a result
of the guilty verdict for the count of murder, he
was to suffer death in the manner prescribed
under the law.
On the housebreaking count, he sentenced
Webster to 10 years imprisonment at Fox Hill


By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
INTERNATIONAL aid to
Haiti will not stem the flow of
illegal immigrants to the
Bahamas, according to Haitian
Ambassador Louis Joseph.
With donations totalling
more than $343 million assigned
for the country from various
international loan banks
throughout the world, he is not
confident that it would have any
effect in quelling political and
social unrest there.
Within the last week, the
Inter-American Development
Bank has approved a one year
transition strategy for Haiti in
the amount of $270 million for
short-term national reconcilia-
tion and reconstruction.
The World Bank has
announced the opening of a
new office in Port-au-Prince,
and that it is committed to sup-
porting Haiti's transition to
"social and economic stability
and to lay the groundwork to
promote inclusive growth and
poverty reduction over the long
term."
After prompting from the
French government, a minister-
ial meeting was held in
Cayenne, French Guyana, yes-
terday to organise the co-ordi-
nation of international aid to
Haiti, the main objective being
to accelerate projects that will
have a direct and immediate
impact on the living conditions
of Haitians.
But Mr Joseph, speaking to
the Rotary Club of. East Nas-
sau yesterday, said these funds
will not have any direct effect
on persons living in north-west
Haiti, from which most
Haitians migrate to the
Bahamas.
"That is why I insist that we
do other things, other measures
to help these people to try and
curb the large number of immi-
grants. We don't have the
resources to patrol the borders
so we have to look at other
administrative measures,"
Ambassador Joseph said.
The ambassador said that
current projects being adopted
or improved upon by the World
Bank with their two-year tran-
sitional support strategy pro-
gramme include the rehabilita-
tion and creation of infrastruc-
tures, the re-establishment of


CHARLENE Wright (right), the victim's widow, hugs her daughter Shamara as she leaves the courtroom fol-
lowing the guilty verdicts in the murder trial of Leslie John Webster. Seen left is Mrs Wright's mother, Mavis.


Prison.
Justice Isaacs thanked the jury of nine women
and three men for their service to the court.
During the trial, the jury heard DNA evidence
that linked the accused to the crime scene as a
result of fingernail scrapings taken from the


deceased and from a cap worn by the accused
that was found at the scene.
The prosecution also presented a confession by
the accused contained in a written police state-
ment form that was signed by Webster on his
arrest.


basic services, and the strength-
ening of good governance in the
country.


Municipal elections for Haiti
are planned for November 9,
2005, and presidential and leg-


islative elections will be held on
November 13 and December 18
if a second round is needed.


As V.;
and


. iiii, i, away in shackles by
'.: television cameras


i : ;,' :.er, all the nightmares
and s;. .' over. It's been too-long
but iv : ed said Mrs Wright,
who hu. p oir and jurors in the
case. S ii "heinous" crime com-
intled ';: ; ;.during the two-week
tria l h ; / i- i .
-1 -;: wih the outcome and
now !i ,' ,' ; ..... b. egin to heal. It is like
anothc : ihas turned over," she
said.
i ] because it was very
11ard. i the morning and get
dc i :: ii iusl to look at him has
been vy Mrs Wright said.
PrtOsee.- '.. .> ec Gardiner, who was
assisted b, I:.:.. '-'.'. s,of the Attorney Gen-
eratl's oIi'e. '.uimcome reflects justice.
;"'C WeC.w a lo 1n ; f]nd Jte public that we should
have n) ;i;e i'or crime. which leaves
victims ui on sides
"We ha .' s; victims in this matter, the
Wright ii..A, hO lost a husband and father,
and the convict, Mr Webster, who is also a father
and whose family, too, is a victim," she said.
Lawyer CariJson Si.irland also feels both sides
have lost.
"Its not, abo 'v.win' or lose because now we
have two los.s. we can't bring Mr Gqrfield
Wright hack. .d the judge's decision is car-
ried o1u ihen w ,"on'i be able to bring Mr Web-
ster bi.k i ;ai. 1 feel for the Wright family
ly, jusi like !ek lo r iv;v Webster. Nobody likes
to lo:' a l(. ed -.e'" ic said.


An armed man robbed a vari-ty st'e on- *he corner of Market
SStreet and John Road nm '' i5 1.roon'
AccordiN g to policeA 6:05 85 tered the 1NewLook0
variety store soinetime ao,,o ,r.,-T a r.ed with a handgun.
He demanded moiiuyj. "'>'os ee and escaped with-'a
substantial amount ofi' /" ;ti. ..." o, er items from the store.
Police say they asyi ar ;:r!i: e2 investigations into the
matter.





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The following is "an open let-
ter from the heart of a con-
cerned citizen.
EDITOR, The Tribune.
PLEASE allow me a few
lines in your most treasured
newspaper to express my hum-
ble opinion about what seems to
be a blatant fraud in our
Bahamas today.
Scores of Bahamians have yet
to learn the values of working
hard everyday for an honest
pay.
Just a few days ago I received
a telephone call from a good
friend inviting me to a special
sitting of prospective million-
aires who will join in an 'Inter-
net Marketing' platform that
promises to produce rewards.
Not wanting to turn down the
good friend I honoured my
word, promised to attend but
made it clear I would not make
any promise to join any such
programme unless I have clear
facts.
There I sat in a swelling room
of over 1,000 attendees, stand-
ing room only, filled with
Bahamian professionals. Promi-
nent doctors, lawyers, accoun-
tants and bankers seemed to
have taken front seats, all to
hear from this internet market-
ing representative from the US.


At the outset, the presenter
appeared almost 30 minutes late
for his own meeting. This was
my first sign for concern. Then
after several well-versed lines
of an introductory presentation,
the presenter began to tell his
story of how he cheated his way
all through college. There I
stood hard-struck and won-
dered to myself, if all the per-
sons that were inside the room
also cheated their way through?
I could not believe it. What is
this? "...Out of the abundance
of the heart, the mouth speaks."
Could this be all real? Is it
the case here again in the
Bahamas? Is the scheme
unfolding? I could go on and
on and share stories of persons
who have become bankrupt by
these internet marketing pro-
grammes. One example comes
to mind where recently a part-
ner of a major auditing compa-
ny has lost his career to a similar
programme. Or could we have
forgotten how only some years
ago Bahamians were seen on
ZNS in tears over a "Pyramid
Scheme". Now today some


stranger who sits behind the
platform of the internet is telling
scores of our citizens that they
could get rich -quick.
I was more disturbed as the
representative confirmed to that
swelling crowd, that his pro-
gramme is moving faster in the
Bahamas than in North Ameri-
ca. Since there was no fact rep-
resenting that statement by the
said retired millionaire, I pub-
licly ask him from this indepen-
dent and transparent newspa-
per to explain to the thousands
of Bahamians and myself, why
is that the case? Is it because
we are this oral society that runs
with what we hear and forgets
about the facts?
The most disturbing thing
about these programmes is that.
they appear to be pulling along
with them our middle class citi-
zens who seem to have turned a
blind eye to common sense.
You don't just pass your credit
card out to anyone in this world
of schemes and fraud.
Money is made through hard
work over time. I guess for
many fellow Bahamians friends
*this is not the case.

CARVEL FRANCIS Jr
Nassau,
March 3,2005.


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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 19TH day of MARCH, 2005 to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



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PEOPLE from one time or
another refer to particular
neighbourhoods as "the ghet-
to". This analogy is usually
because the area is densely pop-
ulated with blacks in a rundown
environment. Sometimes
derelict vehicles can be found
in very large numbers. People
usually sit in front of their
homes with the front door wide
open, sitting on the porch eating
their snack. There is much out-
door activity.
This kind of environment,
even though it has produced
some of our brightest minds,
still is a breathing ground for


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ST., 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 19TH day of MARCH, 2005 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, RO.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.


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some negative action. In spite of
the fact that there is a percep-
tion that "neighbourly love"
exists, the raw "dog eat dog"
attitude also exists.
Recently, it has, been deter-
mined that the ghetto is not a
place, it is a state of mind.
Because when people move to
more affluent neighbourhoods,
they carry with them the same
negative behaviour. They car-
ry their envy and jealously they
had before. They carry their
"trash burning".
People who move from sub-
standard areas, move and bad
habits move with them. Burn-
ing trash in the yard, rather than
picking up the garbage and
dumping it, has now moved to
*the suburbs. The neighbour has
a line full of white clothing, still
the inhumane person burns her
trash, completely oblivious to
what discomfort they are inflict-
ing. The neighbours where they
came from, have become accus-
tomed to smoke, but not every-
one wants to be awaken on a
Saturday morning to smoke
coming through their windows.
How and why is this "primitive"
practice being allowed to con-
tinue?
How could the authorities
allow a person to "smoke out"
his/her neighbours without any
conscience and without any
consequences? Innocent,
civilised people have to be sub-
jected to foul second hand
smoke, just because the person
came from an area where light-
ing a fire was common practice.
When will this "cave man"
mentality cease? When will we
as a people have more compas-
sion for our neighbours? When


will the law regarding "starting
fires" be enforced? I am sure
some structural damage, physi-
cal damage and even death had
already occurred from some of
these fires that were deliber-
ately set. Cleaning the yard is
good, but take the debris away
to the Harrold Dump, not light
a fire.
The Bahamas is far behind in
sensitising its people that "We
are in the 21st century." We
must wake up or risk being shut
out for our ignorance.
Let us all help each other by
sharing good information that
will lift each other's spirits. We
must however be open and hon-
est in our constructive criticism.
Looking the other way will only
add insult to injury.
This Bahamas belongs to all
of us and we cannot afford to
allow the few to destroy it. I
feel better now.

IVOINE W INGRAHAM
Nassau,
March 6,2005.


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By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
WHY YOU VEX?
"I am vex at my neighbour, her potcakes
always in my yard, using it as a toilet, digging
up my plants and throwing down my garbage.
So the other day I see her lil boy picking
up their garbage what the dog throw down
and so I ask him if he could pick up my
garbage too cause, after all, it was
their dog what do it. Well she ga
tell me how I could ask her
son to do anything and who
I think I am, to expect her
son to be playing round
my garbage.
You see how children
dis grow up to be bad,
cause they have bad
examples. You think
that w"., anything for
her to tell me."
Mad neighbour.
"I am tired of all
these lil children going
round vith these dirty
nasty sponsor sheets, say-
ing, 'Miss you could spon-
sor me.' First of all if you
are presenting something
to strangers can you
please keep it clean. Sec-
ond, all sponsor sheets do
is teach our children to
beg. Why can't they make .J
something and sell it or host
an event to raise funds. The
sponsor sheets only send a mes-
sage to children that they can get something for
nothing. I know cases where they decide how
much money they will turn in and keep the
rest for themselves at the parents advice, that
is teaching our children to steal and be dis-


honest. And you know what else, those dollar
days on the side of the road are just as bad."
A. Ingraham
Mount Pleasant.
"I vex cause I broke, every time, you think
ya have something extra, a bill pop up or the
school send home a note asking for money for
this project or that field trip or someone in
the office got a donation they need you to
make. Sometime, you just don't
budget that extra and it jam
you. I sick of being broke
and tired that every time I
think I have one dollar to
( save something comes
up."
V 7- Slyvia Thompson
Kennedy Sub.


"I vex with these
spring breakers walk-
ing on my tennis shoes
and making my drink
spill in the club. I do not
mind them being here,
in fact I love to see the
girls in the mini-skirts, but
could they please learn
how to dance. They only
know that one move and
any seasoned clubber
would know this. They
make me so upset some-
times, I stop dancing with
them."
Craig,
Blair Estates.
WHY YOU HAPPY


"Next week is a holiday weekend, Hallelu-
jah. I wish everyone the blessing of the Easter
season."
Mrs Brown.


WHY YOU VEX?


BY DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Although no
motive has yet been established
in the murder of Cleso Rolle,
police have confirmed there was
a shooting attempt on his life
on the evening before he was
gunned down at Grand Bahama
International Airport.
Chief Supt Basil Rahming
said investigations are proceed-
ing as detectives continue ques-
tioning two men arrested in
connection with Rolle's death.
Police issued an all points bul-
letin on Wednesday for Grego-
ry Thomas Bradford and Terry
Melvin Daxon, who are assist-
ing with inquiries.
Rolle, 31, of Lakeview Court,
South Bahamia, was gunned
down at the airport's flight ser-
vice centre around 10.15am


Wednesday.
He was standing just outside
the security perimeter fence at
the general aviation section at
the airport, where private
planes and small charters are
stationed, when a dark vehicle
pulled up.
A man got out of the passen-
ger side and opened fire, police
said.
It is believed that Rolle was
shot six times about the body.
He died of his injuries at Rand
Memorial Hospital.
Mr Rahming confirmed yes-
terday that Rolle's wife, Alana,
had telephoned police on Tues-
day evening to report a shooting
at their home.
She told police that around
7.30pm, she and her husband
had just arrived home and were
taking groceries out of their
vehicle when a dark male


approached them. The gunman
fired several shots at her hus-
band, who fled for cover.
Mrs Rolle, who was not
injured in the incident, said the
culprit then fled the scene.
' There have been reports that
the shooting might be drug-
related, and it is believed that
Rolle was trying to leave the
island when he was killed.
AUTOPSY
An autopsy report on Ardeta
Williams of 13 Bass Lane has
determined that death was
caused by sudden cardiac arrest
as a result of hypertensive heart
disease and bronchitis. Accord-
ing to reports, Williams was
found on March 11 around lam
lying in the hallway of her
apartment in a comatose state.
She was pronounced dead at
Rand Memorial Hospital.


Prison programme aims to


identify inmates strengths


By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
A UNIQUE programme that
attempts to identify the
strengths, weaknesses and vul-
nerabilities of inmates at Her
Majesty's Prison, and to build
on their strong points and
remove weak tendencies will
soon come on stream.
According to Her Majesty's
Prison public affairs liaison offi-
cer Sergeant Stephanie Pratt,
the sentence planning pro-
gramme, which is used at most
correctional facilities that prac-
tice the concept of meritorious
classification throughout the
world, should be implemented
in the Bahamian prison system
by June.
"Sentence planning is impor-




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11:00 Zion Baptist Church
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tant because it would be able
to chart the inmate's behavior
leading up to release.
"For instance, a substance
abuser will have to attend a sub-
stance abuse programme o, a
rapist would be made to attoid
rape seminars and anger man-
agement counseling among oth-
er treatment modalities,"
explained Ms Pratt.
She said that every six
months, prisoners will be
reassessed for further adjust-
ments to the sentence plan.
The Central Intake facility,
which should be functional by
May, will house incoming
inmates for a period of seven
to 14 days for assessment.
They will be monitored in the
areas of correctional history,
psychological disposition,
escape risk, special needs and
medical problems.
The intake facility will be
headed by an assistant superin-
tendent of prisons and will be
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operated through a classifica-
tion board.
The board will interview each
inmate and as a result of its
findings, a living unit will be
assigned and a sentence plan
for the inmate will be devel-
oped.
A detention management
computer system will be used
for sentence planning. This sys-
tem has a classification module
that suggest a sentence plan for
inmates after the assessment
data from the classification
board is entered.
The Central Intake facility
was formally opened by Deputy
Prime Minister and Minister of
National Security Cynthia Pratt
in June of last year.
Ms Pratt pointed out that sen-
tence planning will make the
Bahamian prison system better
by allowing it to be better man-
aged and it will allow inmates to
address various needs.
"This will enable the institu-
tion to be better managed, thus
enabling the redeployment of
staff in most critical areas. In
addition, inmates with similar
offenses will be housed in the
same unit.
"Lastly, this will for the first
time allow all incarcerated
inmates to address their acade-
mic, social, religious, psycho-
logical and other needs to better
prepare themselves for their
release thereby lowering the
chances of recidivism and
escapes," said Ms Pratt.


By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
TO promote a positive out-
look among the youth, Total
Youth Church (TYC), which is
affiliated with Bahamas Faith
Ministry (BFM), yesterday
launched "Strictly Positive
School and Community Tour"
that will perform in schools
across the Bahamas.
Pastor Dave Burrows, youth
pastor at BFM, said that the
community outreach pro-
gramme will use a combination
of music and an inspirational'
message to positively affect the
attitude and behavior of young
people.
According to Mr Burrows,
there is a lot of negativity
among the youth of the country
at the moment.
He said this could be seen in
the prevalence of violence, teen
pregnancy and drug and alco-
hol use.
The pastor said that there is a
need for positive things to hap-
pen in the country.
"Sometimes, even our enter-
tainment is negative and we
know young people like hip-
hop, reggae, and Junkanoo, so
we have combined all of the
'flavors' that we can find that
relates to young people and
brought in artists who are living
positively and exemplify what
they sing," said Mr Burrows.
Some of the artist to perform
on the tour are Christian Mas-
sive, Land Lord, DJ Counsel-
lor, Radel and Dunamus
Sounds.
"We go into schools and


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communities to give the kids a
chance to hear some nice music
and to be entertained, but by
the same token also to receive a
positive message," he said.
Mr Burrows told The Tri-
bune he uses his life and the life
of the performers as the basis
for his inspiritual message.
Reflecting back on his earlier
life, he said that he grew up as a
troubled teenager getting


involved in drugs and other
kinds of trouble, but was able to
successfully make a change in
his life.
Today he is a pastor, business
owner and motivational speak-
er.
The tour was launched at
Renaissance Academy on Blue
Hill Road on Friday. Mr Bur-
rows said that the tour will be
on-going for more than a year.


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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,
RO.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


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COB on


target


for university






status in 2007


By NATARIO McKENZIE
The College of the
Bahamas is well
on target to
becoming a uni-
versity, according
to COB President Dr Rodney
Smith.
Dr Smith, who assumed the
post in late 2004, reassured
doubters that the institution
would achieve this goal by 2007.
"I believe that when the Col-
lege of the Bahamas reaches
university status in the fall of
2007 all the nay-sayers will
either compliment or have
.nothing to say," Dr Smith said.
He told The Tribune that


THE Father Patrick Holmes Charitable
Fund has donated $5,000 to a programme it
says can bring "hope, strength and joy" to
terminally ill.cancer patients.
The donation will go to the Bahamas
Cancer Society's "make a wish" initiative,
which first made news in 2004 with the
inspirational story of Peter Lorandos, a ter-
minally ill Bahamian suffering from a rare
form of brain cancer.
"The society has embraced Peter's hope
and is working to set up a programme
whereby young Bahamians with life-threat-
ening medical conditions can live out a per-
sonal wish," according to a release from
the Father Patrick fund.
It said that similar programmes in other
parts of the world have met with tremen-


progress towards university cer-
tification has been going
smoothly over the past few
months and said the institution
is set to make several related
announcements to its sponsors
and donors, as well as the pub-
lic sometime this month.
The Harvard University grad-
uate said that although COB is
an accredited institution recog-
nised in the United States,
Canada and Britain, achieving
university status would be "a
huge leap" for both the college
and the country.
Dr Smith said a review of
academic programmes at the
college was one of several ini-
tiatives underway aimed at


ensuring university standards.
A library expansion project
and the construction of a "state
of the art" performance center
are a few of the physical
improvements the college will
undergo, he said.
Dr Smith said that task forces
comprised of students, staff and
external professional consul-
tants have been formed to study
and address various' aspects of
college reform.
He pointed out that a High-
er Education Act is presently
being drafted by government
which would contain the pro-
posed establishment of a co-
ordinating board for higher edu-
cation in the Bahamas.


HEALTH
dous success.
"In the United States, for example, the
Make-A-Wish Foundation records with
great pride the many wishes of ill children it
has helped come true," it said, adding that
the resulting experiences are often life-
changing for the children and their families,
and "a source of hope, strength and joy."
There are hundreds of Bahamian chil-
dren known to be suffering from some form
of cancer, many of them life-threatening.
"The Father Pat Fund is proud to make a
$5,000 donation to the Bahamas Cancer
Society as it works tirelessly to enrich the
lives of young Bahamians with terminal ill-


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SUNDAY, MARCH 20TH, 2005
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At Christian Life Center Building, J.F.K. Drive, next to
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THE BAHAMAS CONFERENCE
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Hillside Estates. Baltic Avenue, off Mackey Street
P.O. Box SS-5103, Nassau, Bahamas
Phone: 393-3726/393-2355/Fax: 393-8135
CHURCH SERVICES
X E SUNDAY, MARCH 20,2005
PALM SUNDAY
ASCENSION METHODIST CHURCH, Prince Charles Drive
11:00 a.m. Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart
COKE MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Bernard Road
11:00 a.m. Pastor Sharon Loyley
CURRY MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Zion Boulevard
10:00 a.m. Rev. Manette Poitier
7:00 p.m. Rev. Manette Poitier
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH, East Shirley Street
11:00 a.m. Pastor Martin Loyley
7:00 p.m. Music For Lent
GLOBAL VILLAGE METHODIST CHURCH, Queen's College
Campus
9:30 a.m. Rev. James Neilly
ST. MICHAEL'S METHODIST CHURCH, Churchill Avenue
8:00 a.m. Connections Rev. Philip Stubbs
9:30 a.m. Rev. Philip Stubbs
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH, Frederick Street
11:00 a.m. Rev. William Higgs
7:00 p.m. Rev. William Higgs
RADIO PROGRAMMES
"RENEWAL" on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on ZNS 1
Your Host: Dr. Reginald W. Eldon
"METHODIST MOMENTS" on each weekday at 6:55 a.m.
Your Host: Dr. Reginald W. Eldon
ST. MICHAEL S. METHODIST CHURCH, invites you to attend their Holy
week Reflections March 21 24, 2005 from 1:00 2:00p.m. in their
Sanctuary on Churchill Avenue, Boyd Subdivision. A packed lunch will
be provided.
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH invites you to attend their Holy week
worship Services to be held in the .Sanctuary, East Shirley Street.
Monday, March 21, 2005, 7:30p.m. A Service led by the Men's Group.
Speaker: Mr. Hartis Pinder. Thursday, March 24, 2005, 7:00p.m. A
Maundy Thursday Sdrvice with Holy Communion. Speaker: Pastor
Martin Loyley. Friday, March 25,.2005, 11:00a.m. A Good Friday Service.
Speaker: Pastor Martin Loyley. Sunday, March 27, 2005, 6:30a.m. -
Eastern Sunrise Service (in the Cemetery on the Hill Top) & 11:00am
Easter Worship Service as well as 7:00p.m. Easter Monologue. Meet a
character from the Easter Story. A warm welcome awaits you.


The Holy Ghost Prayer-Line number is 326-7427
SUNDAY, MARCH 20th, 2005
7:00A.M. Rev. Charles Carey/ Sis. Tezel Anderson
11:00A.M. Youth Choir Anniv./ Rev. Charles Carey
7:00P.M. Rev. Dr. Colin Archer/ Sis T. Anderson/ Bro. R. McQueen (HC)
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Dr Smith added that the col-
lege's slow registration process
is one of several issues present-
ly being addressed. He said new
administrative software will be
used to combat this year round
problem.
He said that funding remains
a major problem.
"I do believe however that
funding will come, you have to
be creative," he said.
The College of the Bahamas
will join institutions such as the
University of the West Indies,
the University of Guyana and
the University of the Virgin
Islands when it achieves full sta-
tus as a tertiary education insti-
tution.


ness," the release said.
The Father Patrick Holmes Charitable
Fund was established to support and bring
attention to "good works" being carried
out in the Bahamas and to encourage
Bahamians to support these efforts.
The fund is named in honour of Father
Patrick Holmes who for four decades, it
said, sacrificed a great deal in the service of
the community.
"Each week the Father Pat Fund will
highlight and make a donation to people
and organisations working to make a dif-
ference," the fund said.
The Bahamas Cancer Society can be con-
tacted for further information or by per-
sons who wish to make a donation at 322-
4482.


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Telephone: 322-8304 or 325-1689 RO. Box N-1566
Fax No. 322-4793


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Bishop off


life support


Assistant Bishop of the Anglican Diocese, Michael Eldon
(shown above), is off his life support system, according to a press
release yesterday.
Bishop Eldon's physician, Dr Kevin Moss, in a medical
update, said that Bishop Eldon's "respiratory failure has been;
resolved and that he is off the life support system."
"Hiimenital tatus has albs improved and his status was
downgraded from intensive careto intermediatecare, noted
te medical report.
Archbishop Drexel Gomez has asked that prayers continue
for Bishop Eldon's recovery.




Bernard Road, Fox Hill
Church Service for Holy Week
March 20th 28th, 2005

March 20th
PALM (PASSION) SUNDAY
one mass at 9:00 am
(Parishioners are asked to gather at the Fox Hill Parade at 8:45
for the procession to the church.)
March 24th
HOLY THURSDAY
Mass of the Lord's Supper 7:30 pm
(All Night Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will follow)
March 25th
GOOD FRIDAY
Children's Liturgy 9:00 am
Good Friday Liturgy 12:00 noon
(Day of Fast andAbstinence from all meaty products for those
who are 14-59 years of age)
March 26th
\ HOLY SATURDAY
SReflection for the Elect/Candidates:
S :. 10:00 am 12:00 noon
V *March 27th
EASTER SUNDAY
Easter Vigil 5:00 am
Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord 10:00 am
March 28th
EASTER MONDAY
One Mass 8:00 am


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

Special Services
Palm Sunday at 11:00 am


V o


Holy week
Wednesday, March 23 at 7:30 pm
Thursday, March 24 at 7:30pm
Good Friday March 25 at 11:00am
Easter Sunday March 27 at 11:00 am

Place: Twynam Heights
off Prince Charles Drive

Minister Rev. Henley Perry

PO. Box SS-5631
Telephone number: 324-2538
Telefax number:324-2587

COME TO WORSHIP, LEAVE TO SERVE


-. LIGHT AND LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Grounded In The Past &
Geared To The Future


Worship time: llam & 7pm
Sunday School: 9:45am
Prayer time: 6:30pm
Place:
The Madeira Shopping
Center
(Next door to CIBC)


Rev. Dr. Franklin Knowles


ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND

Pastor: Rev. Dr Franklin Knowles

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


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Students 'tech



good look at



career options


A recently held Science and
Technology careers fair gave
Bahamian youths the chance to
explore the employment
options available to them in the
Bahamas in the various fields
of science and technology.
A large number of organisa-
tions that specialise in the sci-
ence and technology field exhib-
ited at the Wyndham Nassau
Resort and Crystal Palace Casi-
no.
The careers fair extended for
a four day period, which com-
menced on March 14, and was
opened to students from grades
six through 12, as well as to col-
lege students pursuing their first


degrees in science and technol-
ogy related subjects.
Atlantis' Water Feature
department displayed, in a
touch tank, a variety of sea crea-
tures including a sea urchin, a
starfish, a horse shoe crab, a
tulip snail and a slipper lobster.
"It's proven to be very inter-
esting for me. I've learned a lot
of things especially about the
crab and the slipper lobster,"
said Ronelle Thompson, a
teacher at Albury Sayle Prima-
ry.
Elkin Jones, facilities manag-
er in Water Features, stated that
the exposition was a great-
opportunity to explain to stu-


dents exactly what employees
of that department do, as well
inform them about the various
careers available in the field.
The event was organised by
the Ministry of Education's Sci-
ence and Technology section in
conjunction with the United
Nations Educational Scientific
and Culture Organisations
(UNESCO), the Bahamas
Association of Science Tech-
nology and Mathematics Edu-
cators (BASTME), the
Bahamas Environment, Science
and Technology (BEST) Com-
mission and the CEO Network
Alliance.


The Atlantis Water Features Department at the Science and Technology careers fair (pictured
above), while Elkin Jones, the department's facilities manager, gives students a live demonstration


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Ban donat.[]e1~(*UsX l[SIJ to chldre' ] llI'


SCOTIABANK (Bahamas) Ltd. presented a cheque to The Nazareth Centre to help coun-
sellors, social workers and volunteers bring comfort to those in need of help. The government
funded centre cares for 42 children who have been abused or abandoned. The Nazareth Cen-
tre's Administrator, Sister Joan Anderson and president of Friend's of Nazareth Centre, San-
dra Farquharson expressed thanks as they received the cheque from Scotiabank's Assistant
Manager forMarketing&'PubicReions, Arementha Curry.








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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2003

IN THE SUPREME COURT FP No. 134

Common Law Division

BETWEEN

EARTHA COLLIE
Plaintiff
AND

CLAY WILLIAMS
Defendant

NOTICE OF WRIT OF SUMMONS

A Writ of Summons has been filed in action No. FP
134 by Lockhart & Munroe, Attorneys for the Plaintiff, EARTHA
COLLIE, seeking a cause of appearance to be entred for you in
action at the suit of EARTHA COLLIE, whose address for service
is Lockhart & Munroe, Chambers, Suite 10 Regent Centre,
Explores Way, P.O.Box F-60066, Freport, Bahamas.
If within fourteen days the Defendant, Clay Williams,
has not communicated with the said Chambers the Court may
hear and determine the matter in your absence.


LOCKHART & MUNROE
Attorneys for the Plaintiff


LEGAL NOTICE


NEW DAWSON LIMITED

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with
Section 137(8) of the International Business Companies Act,
2000, the dissolution of NEW DAWSON LIMITED, has,
been completed; a Certificate of Dissolution has been issued
and the Company has therefore been struck off the Register.




Ingrid Davis
(Liquidator)


-Cordelia Ferniander
(Liquidator)


The impact


gradual






Over TI


OUR first recol-
lection of the
area of New
Providence
known as Over
The Hill occurred in early 1948,
some three years following our
mother's death on February 8,
1945. Our father had remarried
a few months earlier, this time
to a lady from that area.
The occasion was a visit to
her parents, who lived in a two-
storey wooden house directly
opposite the Grants Town Post
Office. Like the post office,
which still operates on that site
today, it too was of a stately
colonial design, and those two
structures always seemed to
complement each other. The
house, unfortunately, has long
since been demolished, and a
modern stone structure now
occupies-this space.
In 1950, after completing the
first seven of our 11 years of
formal education at Sandilands
All-age School in Fox Hill, we
entered the Government High
School, where we were to spend
the next four years. The school
was then located in Nassau
Court, off Marlborough Street,
opposite the British Colonial
Hotel, and that gave us the
opportunity to become quite
familiar with the Over The Hill
area. We walked through the
area each day after school to
spend some time with an aunt
who lived in Moore's Avenue,
off Wulff Road.
Just down the street from our
stepmother's old homestead
were such Grants Town land-


BACARDI & COMPANY LIMITED


Bacardi & Company Limited is seeking candidates for the position of
Cost Accountant. The Company has been based in Nassau for over 40
years with significant manufacturing operations in the areas of bulk rum
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 b.udgets.

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 dacartwriglit@bacardi.com

Application Deadline: March 31, 2005


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


marks as Mr Felix Johnson's
Zanzibar nightclub and, across
the street from it, Dr Claudius
Roland Walker's Rhinehart
Hotel. Later, Olive's Guest
House was added to the area, as
black people residents or vis-
itors were not permitted to
patronise the regular hotels at
that time. Up the street, St
Agnes Church, the Southern
Recreation Grounds and the
Southern Public Library were
other landmark institutions.


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Over The Hill was generally such
regarded as that area 1:et en
SCollins Wallon the eas t N~
Street on the west, Wulff.Road of d
to the south, and that Meeting nam
Street ridge (which we referred ren,
to in this column last week) to Cha
the north. Because of racial dis- iihg
crimination, which was preva- ness
lent locally at that time, just like Sir
Liberty City. in Miami, the area Pin(
was able to develop its own que
economy and, in the process, ren<
produced some outstanding ers.
businesspersons. Their enter- C
prises covered the whole gamut clail
of commercial activities. zens
Over The Hill was also an Ulri
area that was heavily inundated Ene
with petty shops and countless Tho

LEGAL NOTIC]

NOTIC]

RICHPLUS HOLD


Notice is hereby given that in a
13798) of the International Busines
the dissolution of RICHPLUS HO1101
completed; a Certificate of Dissolut
the Company has therefore been

Cordelia Ferna
(Liquidator

Ingrid Davi
(Liquidator


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compilation of Viewpoints and
other interesting topics, is avail-
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change






ie Hill

James (Jim) Russell, Fealey
) O T TT' Demeritte, and countless oth-
J 1IN T ers. These included teachers,
preachers, undertakers, lawyers,
M A 'C K E Y doctors, building contractors,
sports personalities, various oth-
er professionals, and many
more who have made great con-
tributions to the development
of The Bahamas.
e clapboard rental houses Today, we are saddened to
mplete with outside toilets). see so many of the area's old
inge as this might seem to landmark structures being
ay's generation, these two demolished and replaced by
ects of entrepreneurship modern buildings. While it is
tally formed the basis from not our desire to see Over The
ch most of the wealth in the Hill remain in the same state
a was generated. that it was in a half century ago,
n area that always produced we do, however, even in the
own leaders in every facet midst of progressive develop-
ocal life at the time, it was ment, feel as though a greater
surprising that so many pio- effort can be exercised in pre-
ring political giants emerged serving some of its old struc-
i Over The Hill. We refer to tures for posterity.
The Antiquities, Monuments
and Museums Corporation
(AMMC) assists in seeing that
A incentives are provided for the
'd to see so preservation of such historical
structures. Once restored, these
rea 's old buildings can then be put to
alternative economic usages, if
ures being desired. In this manner, the
preservation of some of the
replaced by landmark structures in the Over
The Hill area and elsewhere,
dings for that matter can provide
Y -S both present and future gener-
ations of Bahamians with a
-George Mackey measuring mechanism by which
our progressive development
over the past century, and pos-
sibly beyond, can be assessed.
h outstanding Bahamians as We realise that historical
flowing personalities: Dr preservation, notwithstanding
Waiker (after whom one: its importance to any society, is
our secondary schools is an expensive exercise, and
aed), Mr Bert Cambridge (a therefore some persons who
owned organist also), Mr own such properties just can-
iries Rhodriquez (pioneer- not afford the cost of restoring
trade union leader, busi- them to their original state.
sman and later a Senator), Realising this fact, some her-
Randol Fawkes, Sir Lynden itage destinations such as
dling, Sir Orville A Turn- Charleston, South Carolina, and
st, Dame Doris Johnson (a Savannah, Georgia, have estab-
owned educator), and oth- lished foundations that purchase
such structures for the
)ver The Hill can also lay expressed purpose of restoring
m to such outstanding citi- them. Once restored, these
s as Mrs Lillian Coakley, Mr buildings are either leased or
ic J Mortimer, Dr Cleveland sold with specific stipulations
eas, Archdeacon William designed to protect their struc-
3mpson, Spurgeon Bethel, tural integrity. In this regard,
the AMMC is giving serious
consideration to the establish-
ment of such an entity locally.
It is true to say that our Qui-
et Revolution that culminated
in the attainment of majority
rule in The Bahamas less than a
half century ago, had its genesis
INGS LTD. in the Over The Hill area. This
fact alone not only serves to
enhance the historical signifi-
cance of the area, but also
accordance with Section makes it all the more imperative
ss Companies Act, 2000, that every effort is exerted in
WDINGS LTD., has been the restoration and preserva-
tion has been issued and tion of as many of its remaining
struck off the Register landmark structures as possi-
struck off the Register. ble.
A current trend in this area is
for churches to buy adjoining
nder properties, demolish the struc-
) tures thereon, and pave the area
to provide parking spaces for
their members. While this need
is somewhat understandable,
is either a model or photograph
,) of the properties should be
made and prominently dis-
______________ played for posterity's sake. In
so doing, the same could also
serve as a measuring device to
showcase the progressive devel-
E opment of such churches.
We have published the above
to highlight the importance of
E historical preservation in gen-
eral, and to emphasise how vital
to our history we all f ould
E INC. regard the restoration of as
many of the remaining land-
mark buildings Over The Hill.
Irrespective of where some of
dance with Section 137(8) us live today, it is, nevertheless,
mpanies Act, 2000, the the birthplace of many of our
., has been completed; a ancestors and national heroes.
issued and the Company Hence, when viewed in this
light, we all should thus regard
gister. its historical preservation as a
national imperative.
s Think on these things.
is


LEGAL NOTIC

NOTICE

LEXINE FIN]


Notice is hereby given that in accor
of the International Business Co
dissolution of LEXINE FINE INC
Certificate of Dissolution has been
has therefore been struck off the Re

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(Liquidator


Cordelia Ferna
(Liquidator


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man Percy Burrows accepted the Most Courteous
Award.
The Best Smile Award went to spa coordinator
Ryon McKenzie and laundry shift leader Ivamae
Clarke.
Butler Dianna Dorsette was awarded the Envi-


ronmental Team Member of the Month Award.
Receiving the most guest nominations for the
month was bartender Keno Johnson, recipient
of the Guest Choice Award.
Employee of the Month awards went to cook
Elise Normil and human resources assistant Anis-
sa Musgrove.
Senior sous chef Seanette Brice was voted
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WH A T' S


M-M, Parties, Nightclubs M
& Restaurants [g fT

Exotic Satur.ays @ Fridays Soon Come starts
with 3 for $1,drink specials. Admission: $10
before midrigi 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 @iBahama Boom, Elizabeth St, down-
town, every Friday night. Admission $10 before
midnight. First 50 women get free champagne.
First 50 men get a free Greycliff cigar. Dress to
impress. For VIP reservations call 356-4612.

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

Mellow Moods every Sunday @ Fluid Lounge
and Nightclub, Bay St, featuring hits from yes-
* terday old school reggae and rockers down-
stairs, and golden oldies upstairs. Admission:
Free. Doors open 9pm.

Karaoke Music Mondaze @ Topshotters Sports C
Bar. Drink specials all night long, including
karaoke warm-up drink to get you started. Party THE B
from .8pm-untilt presents
showcase
Karaoke Nights @ Fluid Lounge and Night- of classica
club. Begins 10pm every Tuesday. Weekly winners new and c
selected as Vocalist of the Week- $250 cash prize. The coi
Winner selected at end of month from finalists ments: In
cash prize $1,000. Admission $10 with one free choir mei
drink, attire and
spiritual i
Reggae Tuesdays @ Bahama Boom. Cover ment one
charge includes a free Guinness and there should ern and "i
be lots of prizes and surprises. Admission: Ladies in brightly
$10 and Men $15.

Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters Sports night of Caaudin
Bar every Wednesday 5pm-8pm. Free appetiz- Old School Ri
ers and numerous drink specials. Ladies in free

Flash Nights @ Club Fluid every Thursday. The $15 cover cha
ultimate Ladies Night. Join Nassau's and Miami Jay Mitch
Beach's finest men. Ladies only before 11.30pm Lounge, Brit
with free champagne. Guys allowed after 11.30pm Thursday 8pnr
with $20 cover.
Sunday Nig
The Pit @ Bahama Boom, every Thursday. & Lounge, E
Doors open at 9pm, showtime 11.30pm. Cover tuning Franki
charge $15. $10 with flyc turngDark
After Dark R
Fantasy Fridays @ Fluid Lounge, featuring late night. Fine fo
'80s music in the VIP Lounge, Top of the Charts Paul Hann
in the Main Lounge, neon lights and Go Go Caribbean Ex
dancers. Glow sticks for all in before midnight. West Bay St,
Admission: Ladies free before llpm, $15 after;
Guys $20 all night.

College Night @ Bahama Boom every Friday. TimeLine
Admission: $10 with college ID, $15 without. Chantal Beth
tral Bank oft
Dicky Mo'sjridays @ Cable Beach. Happy March 1.Bank of t
Hour 3 for mixed drinks and $1 shots.

Twisted Boodah Lounge @ Cafe Segafredo, recent draw
Charlotte St kicks off early this Friday at 6pm two man-sho'
with deep house to hard house music, featuring rick St.
CraigBOO, Unkle Funky and Sworl'wide on the
decks. Transform

Chill Out Sundays @ Coco Loco, Sandyport, pens Satur
from 4pm-until, playing deep, funky chill moods op nature ic
with world beats, to future nit

Sweet Sunday Chill Out Soiree Lounge, every developing a
Sunday, 4pm-midnight @ Patio Grille, British including w
Colonial Hotel. artists Max w
Roberts, Mal
Wet Sundays, every Sunday, noon-midnight @ Jason Bennet
Crystal Cay Beach. Admission $10, ladies free. martin at 11

Carib Scene @ Club Fluid every Sunday. A al Art Galle


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national Youth



hioir in concert


ahamas National Youth Choir
its annual Bahamian cultural
of music and dance with a blend
I, Negro spiritual, contemporary,
old Bahamian songs.
ncert will be staged in two seg-
the first half of segment one,
Embers will be dressed in formal
I will sing classical and Negro
pieces. The second half of seg-
takes on a lighter air with mod-
upbeat" selections, and dancing
y-coloured blazers.


bbean, Latin and Reggae flavours
ces. Latin Flair in the VIP Lounge;
reggae and Soca in the Main Lounge.
before llpm. $10 after 11pm. Men,
rge.

ell and Hot KC @ Palm Court
ish Colonial Hilton, Wednesday-
n-12am.

,ht Interlude @ Briteley's Restaurant
,neas St off Poinciana Drive. Fea-
.e Victory at the key board in the
.oom every Sunday, 8.30pm to mid-
od and drinks.

la, Tabatha and Gernie, and the
express perform at Traveller's Rest,
every Sunday, 6.30pm-9.30pm.


The Arts


, an exhibition of paintings by
el and Claudette Dean at the Cen-
he Bahamas Gallery runs through


hn & Willicey Tynes will exhibit
ngs, paintings and sculpture in a
w at Andret John's studio on Fred-


ring Spaces, a six-gallery exhibi-
ings, mixed-media and sculpture
lay, March 12, as part of an effort
creased cooperation and a sense
y among art galleries on the island.
vill feature a unique aspect of the
nd diverse Bahamian art culture,
orks by well-known Bahamian
'aylor, Jessica Maycock, Antonius
colm Rae, John Beadle, John Cox,
:t, Kendal Hanna and many others.
am, tours will begin at the Nation-
ry of the Bahamas on West and


In the second segment, the roughly 30-
member group will change into colourful
native dress and perform lively folklore
songs and dance that have Caribbean,
African and Bahamian influences.
The choir is conducted by renowned
Bahamian musician an,d composer,
CleophAs Adderey.
And 8:30pm Saturday, March 19, is your
final chance to attend the concert. Tickets
cost $15 and can be purchased at the Dun-
das Centre for the Performing Arts on
Mackey Street.


West Hill Sts and travel to the five remaining
spaces. A guide will provide a brief descrip-
tion 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 Satur-
day. 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 National Collection @ the National Art
Gallery of the Bahamas, an exhibition that
takes the viewer on a journey through the his-
tory of fine art in the Bahamas. It features sig-
nature pieces from the national collection,
including recent acquisitions by Blue Curry,
Antonius Roberts and Dionne Benjamin-Smith.
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Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn Davies
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Club (From page 1]

their life from persons of any
colour.
He said it was disappointing
that such racism was still pre-
sent at this point in the coun-
try's history and that such
actions did nothing to move the
country forward.
He said rather than the issue
being one of management and
employees, the union was mak-
ing the issue black and white.
Director of Labour Harcourt
Brown said if reports of abuse
are true, club members were
well within their rights to go to
police. He said it would be dis-
appointing, particularly as the
labour minister had asked both
sides to negotiate in good faith.
He said while the union cer-
tainly had the right to protest
peacefully, it did not have the
right to go beyond that.
Yesterday, union president
Pat Bain said he stood unequiv-
ocally behind his members.


Pat Bain
He said if a union member
had attempted to assault a
Yacht Club member, police


were present at all protests. "If
that were the case, then surely
the police would have stepped
in and taken action."
He said if racial comments
were made, he felt they were
made in the context of expatri-
ates coming into the country
and taking it upon themselves
to terminate employees.
Mr Bain said that the union
plans to step up their protest
and to examine any legal
avenues available to them
which would result in the Yacht
Club being convicted of labour
violations. He maintained that
management did not negotiate
in good faith.
Mr Bain said that while the
club might have merit when it
claimed financial challenges,
instead of capriciously firing
employees it should have
worked with the union to deter-
mine more feasible cost cutting
measures.


Worry (From page 1)


preparing posters to place in parks with messages
declaring that it is illegal to violate the human
rights of the people of Cuba.
Net for Cuba claims that if this fact can be
proven by the Cuban government, he will be sen-
tenced to 20 years in prison or more, along with
each of the activists who worked with him in this
particular action, because the government con-
siders such actions to be enemy propaganda.
On February 24,2004, Garcia-Llerena was said
to have been arrested when he and a group of
activists prayed and placed flower offerings on the
ocean, along with an anti-Castro poster.
"Ever since 1999 to date, Frank, as well as oth-
er activists of his illegal party have been subject-
ed to constant persecutions, have had to strate-
gically avoid government operatives in order to
carry out their pacific activities against the Castro
regime," November 30 claimed.
The party also claimed that Mario Paneca
Rodriguez was expelled from his place of employ-
ment with the government and from January,
2000, onward he was prevented from getting any
job to support his family.
"Everywhere he applied to work, the state
security intervened and his application was
denied. In order to survive, he had to venture
into the labyrinth of the underground [employ-
ment market] for a job in order to bring the dai-
ly sustenance to maintain his family," the party


claimed.
Jorge Luis Conde Morales, according to dec-
larations from his relatives, may face a long sen-
tence in jail for '"offending the dignity of the
Cuban ruler Fidel Castro".
"Jorge Luis, from the moment he became mem-
ber of the opposition, became an object of per-
secution and harassment from the state security of
the Cuban regime and had no other choice but to
flee Cuba in order to avoid long prison sen-
tences," said the party.
Along with these men, the party is concerned
about Axel Emilio Rondon Herrera, David Mar-
tinez Perez, Pedro Batista Mendez and Alejandro
Llerena Romero, who they say will face perse-
cution after being repatriated.
However, Bahamian officials maintain that the
proper investigations were conducted, which
determined that no one in the group is a political
refugee.
The Department of Immigration processes
claims of political asylum, and after a decision is
made at this level, matters are referred to the
United Nations High Commission for Refugees
(UNHCR).
The UNHCR then forwards their advice back
to government.
At both levels it was decided that none of the
refugees fitted the profile of a political refugee,
Mr Peet said.


Charge (From page 1)


Munnings took a 21-year-old
tourist away by force and
detained her against her will.
It is alleged that he had sexu-
al intercourse with the woman
without her consent and that,
while armed with a knife,
robbed her of $30 in cash.
It is further alleged that on
March 15 Munnings was found
in possession of an unlicensed
firearm, a black colt .25 mm pis-
tol, serial number 345787, as
well as 12 live rounds of .25mm
ammunition and four live
rounds of .9mm ammunition,
Magistrate Linda Virgill
informed Munnings that, due
to the nature of the rape charge,
he was not required to enter a
plea.
As the charges of armed rob-
bery and forcible detention
were listed on the same docket
as the rape, the accused was
also not required to plead on
those accounts.
Prosecutor Ercill Dorsette
asked to proceed in the case via
a voluntary bill of indictment.
The magistrate explained to
the accused that this means that
rather than going through the
preliminary inquiry procedure,

Haiti (From page 1)

"My greatest hope is that
Haiti reach such a level of eco-
nomic and social development
that Haitians may remain at
home in their country. "This
goal is only possible in the long-
term as Haiti is an island nation
and with its meagre financial
resources, it is impossible to
control its maritime borders,"
Ambassador Joseph said.
In spite of Haiti lacking a
Coast Guard force, it had taken
important administrative mea-
sures to combat irregular migra-
tion. The ambassador referred
to an investment made by Haiti
of $15 million in a new comput-
erised passport system that
meets current international
standards.
Each passport contains a
unique number and holograph
with imprints and special
designs on each page similar to
those on paper currency, thus
making them extremely diffi-
cult to counterfeit.
"I am certain that these
efforts, of which the positive
impact has been felt at the level
of the Department of Immigra-
tion, are greatly appreciated by
the Bahamian authorities.
"Because of the current situ-
ation in Haiti, the people in the
middle class who could have
helped the country have left.
The goal now is to try and
attract them back. But that is
not going to be possible if we
cannot promise them some
form of stability in the coun-
try," the ambassador said.


the case would be heard direct-
ly by the Supreme Court.
"This is the fast track to the
Supreme Court," she said. Mag-
istrate Virgill set the indictment
date for April 1.
To the charges of firearm and
ammunition possession
Munnings pleaded not guilty.
The trial was set for April 4.
Munnings, represented by
Raynard Henfield, will remain
in custody and can apply to the
Supreme Court for bail.
Byron Toshihko Collie, 20,
of Grosham Close, off Turtle
Drive, who was escorted to
court together with Munnings
yesterday, also appeared before
Magistrate Virgill on charges of
forcible detention, indecent
assault and causing harm to a
20-year-old foreign woman.
It is alleged that on March
16, Collie forcibly took away
the young woman and detained
her against her will with the
intent to have sexual inter-
course.
Collie is then alleged to have
indecently assaulted and inten-
tionally harmed her.
He was not required to enter
a plea and the magistrate


agreed to move ahead by bill
of voluntary indictment.
Counsel for the accused,
Desmond Bannister, appealed
to Magistrate Virgill to set bail
at "a reasonable sum," as Col-
lie's family is a "humble one."
Mr Bannister said the
accused was steadily employed
as a busboy at the Radisson
Beach Hotel and works a 4pm-
midnight shift.
He added that Collie had no
previous charges against him
and asked the magistrate to set
bail at a sum that the accused's
mother, an employee of Zion
Baptist Church on Shirley
Street, could pay.
Mr Bannister said there is no
danger of Collie having any
contact with the alleged victim.
Magistrate Virgill set the bail
at $15,000 with two.sureties.
She informed Collie that in
order not to have is bail
revoked he is not allowed to
have any contact with witnesses
in the case and is required to
report to Carmichael Road
police station every Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday at
8am. Collie's indictment date
was set for April 1.


receive high levels of service from our
colleagues in Kingston.

There are a number of British passports
currently awaiting collection at our office
in Nassau by British nationals who have
submitted applications in the last six
months. I would urge anyone who applied
for a passport more than a month ago and
who has not yet collected his or her
passport to do so as soon as possible.
Please note that any passports left
uncollected by 29th April will be sent to
Kingston for safekeeping, and applicants
will need to pay a courier fee in order to
have their passports forwarded to them.


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2003

IN THE SUPREME COURT FPNo. 134

Common Law Side

BETWEEN

EARTHA COLLIE
Plaintiff
AND

CLAY WILLIAMS
Defendant

ORDER

Before the Deputy Registrar, Stephana Saunders sitting at the
Supreme Court Registry, Garnet Lavarity Justice Centre, Feeport.

Dated the 6th May, A.D., 2004

UPON READING the Affidavit of Eartha Collie filed herein
on the 29th day of March; A.D., 2004

AND UPON HEARING Karen Rolle-Brown of Lockhart &
Munroe, Counsel for the Plaintiff

IT IS ORDERED that personal service of the Writ of Summons
herein be dispensed with and that notice of the said Writ be
advertised in the Tribune and the Freeport News for (3)
consecutive days.

BY ORDER OF THE COURT


SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2005, PAGE 11


THE TRIBUNE


British High Commission


NEW PASSPORT AND CONSULAR ARRANGEMENTS
FOR BRITISH NATIONALS IN THE BAHAMAS

Following the UK Government's decision last December to close the British High
Commission in Nassau, we should like to advise our customers in The Bahamas
of new arrangements for obtaining British passports and other consular services.

The British High Commission will officially close on Thursday 30th June 2005.
However, in order to prepare the office for final closure, from 18th April the
British High Commission in Kingston will begin to assume responsibility for the
services we currently offer to the public. The transfer of responsibility to Kingston
will be in three stages:

Passports

The last day for British nationals to submit passport applications at the High
Commission in Nassau will be Friday 15th April 2005. From Monday 18th April,
passport applications, together with original supporting documents and fees
(guidance notes on documentation and fees can be found on our website -
www.britishhighcommission.gov.uk/bahamas) should be sent by courier to the
British High Commission in Kingston at the following address:

Passport Section
British High Commission
PO Box 575
28 Trafalgar Road
Kingston 10
Jamaica

Tel: (876) 510 0700
Fax: (876) 511 5335
e-mail: bhckingston@cwjamaica.com
Website:-www.britishhighcommission.gov.uk/iamaica


Payment (passport fee plus shipping and handling fee) must be by a bank draft
made payable in US Dollars to the "British High Commission". Please note that
postal orders, personal cheques and cash cannot be accepted.

Before sending your application, please read carefully the passport application
guidance notes on our website and ensure that your application form is correctly
completed and accompanied by all required supporting documents.

Applications will normally be processed within ten working days, but may take
longer during busy periods. Once processed, passports and supporting documents
will be returned to the applicant by Federal Express overnight delivery.


Other fee-bearing consular services and general enquiries

Until Friday 29th April, the High Commission in Nassau will continue to receive
applications for non-passport consular services such.as Home Office registration
as a British Citizen, renuntciation Of British nationality and registration of births
and deaths of British nationals in The Bahamas. From Monday 2nd May, all such
applications, together with original supporting documents and fees should be sent
to the British High Commission in Kingston at the above address. Guidance notes
and details of fees payable can be found on our website.

Payment (application fee plus shipping and handling fee) must be by a bank draft
made payable in US Dollars to the "British High Commission". Postal orders,
personal cheques and cash cannot be accepted.

Some Home Office applications can take a number of weeks to be processed.
However, birth and death registrations will normally be processed within two
working days. Once processed, certificates and supporting documents will be
returned to the applicant by Federal Express overnight delivery.

The High Commission in Nassau will continue to receive general enquiries until
29th April. We will be closed to the public from 2nd May, from which date
general enquiries should be directed to the British High Commission in Kingston
(+876 510 0700).

Emergency assistance

Until Thursday 30th June, genuine consular emergencies requiring the involvement
of a British Consular officer, such as the death, imprisonment, hospitalisation or
serious distress of a British national in The Bahamas, will continue to be dealt
with by the British High Commission Duty Officer in Nassau (+1 242) 357 9005.
From Friday 1st July, all emergency enquiries should in the first instance be
directed to the British High Commission in Kingston (+876 510 0700), whose
Duty Officer will pass the details to a British consular official resident in Nassau.

Visas

There will be no change in procedures for applying for United Kingdom visas,
which will continue to be issued by The British Consulate General in New York.


Personal message from the British High Commissioner,
His Excellency Roderick Gemmell OBE


I am personally very saddened by the
decision to close the High Commission
in Nassau. But I am confident that the
new arrangements we have put in place
p will ensure that the British High
Commission's customers will continue to








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Recognition ceremony


* PICTURED from left to right are Glen Pratt, Margaret Dillett, Dr Herbert Orlander and Carolyn Bartlett. Dr Orlander, a
specialist on infectious diseases and skin, was honoured for making an outstanding contribution to the fight against
HIV/AIDS.


* DEPUTY Prime Minister and Minister of National Sectity
.Cynthia "Mother" Pratt is pictured with Dr Clifford Humes.
A t a recognition ceremony and reception at Gov-
ernment House, Dr Clifford Humes was hon-
oured among 34 other men for their outstand-
ing contributions to the fight against
HIV/AIDS.
Dr Humes received his sans doctorate degree in beauty cul-
ture from the 'National Institute of Cosmetology, National
Beauty Culturalist League Inc., in Washington DC.
He co-ordinated the October 12 Discovery Day Quincen-
tennial Celebration Float Parade in Nassau and co-ordinated the
July 16 25th Independence Day celebrations for the Bahamas
float parade anniversary ceremony.
In 1992, Dr Humes co-chaired the HIV/AIDS education
booth at the National Cosmetology trade shows in various
cities in.the United States. A year later Dr Humes was appoint-
ed to the HIV/AIDS resource committee secretariat of the
Ministry of Health.


* HONOUREES Pictured from left to right are Dr Percival McNeil, paediatric specialist and consultant at the Princess
Margaret Hospital, Architect Anthony Jervis, Jeff Rotering, economic and commercial officer at the US Embassy, and Gay-
Ian Saunders, chief executive officer of More 94.9 FM.


Defence Force celebrates 25 years


SC C SWEETING COBRAS RE-UNITE The DPM, former teacher and
coach of the C C Sweeting Cobras, takes time out for a picture with former
students. Shown from left to right in the front row are Sub Lt Sonia Miller, the
DPM, Lt Natasha Miller and Sr Lt Raymond King. In the back row are Corporal
Jerry Butler, Able Mechanic Marcellus Sandiford, Leading Seaman Mark Arm-
* DEPUTY Prime Minister and Minister of brister and Leading Seaman Raymond Ferguson.
National Security Cynthia "Mother" Pratt is
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MIAMI HERALD SPORTS


| SENIOR BOYS
BASKETBALL
CV Bethel Stingrays v
CR Walker Knights
84-79


E By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
HARD work and, determination finally
paid off for the CV Bethel Stingrays.
After falling short in the prestigious Hugh
Campbell Basketball Classic, the Stingrays
rallied to dethrone the CR Walker Knights
and clinch the Government Secondary
Schools Sports Association's senior boys
basketball crown.
Claiming that they are indeed New Prov-
idence's best team, the Stingrays took the
bite out of the Rattlers with a thrilling 84-79
victory on Thursday at the AF Adderley
Gym.
Forward Roney Cardo powered his way
to a game high 36 points with nine rebounds
to lead CV Bethel, while carting off the
championship's most valuable player award
that he shared with his team-mates.
"My team helped me the best they could
to bring up the ball and let me score and I
thank them for that," said Cardo, the 17-
year-old 12th grader, who went out in grand
style.

Favourites
While they were favourites to at least be
in the finals if not win the Hugh Campbell
title last month, Cardo said they were just
simply not ready for the task.
"We were just over-confident that we
could beat Tabernacle (Falcons, the run-
ners-up to champions CI Gibson Rattlers),
but we weren't ready yet," he insisted.
"But we knew that we could come back
and win this title."
It was a title they had to fight for from
start to finish as the best-of-three series went
right down the wire. So did the clincher, in
which Cardo came up with the big baskets to
stop a couple of last minute rallies by the
Rattlers.
Although they led 76-6 with one minute
and 59 seconds left in the fourth quarter,
when centre Gamaliel Rose fouled out, the
Stingrays almost blew the game.
However, Cardo was a tower of strength,
completing a three-point play at 1:22 that
kept the Stingrays on top, 79-72.
And with 22 seconds on the clock, he
worked his way inside and converted a pair
of charity shots to put the digger in the
Knights' backs as the Stingrays took a 82-79
lead.
With 16.9 seconds left, CR Walker came
within three, 82-79, on a huge three-pointer
from point guard Leon Bain.
SEE page 2B


RONEY Cardo goes to work on the dribble for the CV Bethel Stingrays as he gets past CR Walker Knights' Philip Moxey. Cardo won the
MVP as the Stingrays pulled off the GSSSA senior boys' title 84-79 on Thurdsday night at the AF Adderley Gvm.
(Ph. to: Ma; Duncanson).


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Hard work pays off for





the CV Bethel Stingrays


FROM page one

But with 7.2 seconds on the
clock, Carlos Thompson got
loose for a lay-up that sealed
the deal for CV Bethel as they
surged to the final score.
"It's a great feeling. It's won-
derful," was how Stingrays'
coach Thurment Johnson
summed up the victory.
"All season long we worked
hard. I kept telling the guys that
we could do it. It paid off for
us in the long run. All the early
mornings at 3am, getting them
out of their beds, running the
sand and going to the gym was
not all ii vain. I'm so happy that
they won this championship."

Form
Like Cardo, Johnson said he
too felt they were not quite at
championship form to win the
Hugh Campbell title. But the
experience was what pushed
them over the hump.
"I just told the guys that we
had to play together as a team,
make our free throws we were
at the line and not play unselfish
basketball," he stressed. "A lot
of them did that and we came
out with the victory."
While Cardo had the hot
hands for CV Bethel, Kavashti
Rahming came through with 10,
Thompson finished with nine,
Rose had eight with as many
rebounds before fouling out;
Rashad Gardiner also had eight
points with six rebounds and


Jervonne Atkins added six.
Point guard Kyle Rodgers
only came .up with three" points,
but he played a key factor in
their success.
"Tonight, we knew we had to
pressure them from the start,"
he stated. "We just had to play
good defence and that was what
won it for us."

Rebounds
Leon Bain tried to carry the
Knights on his back, canning 26
points with two steals and three
rebounds. But he didn't
get much help the rest of the
way.
Batchlette LeFleur came
around late and scored 12;
Philip Moxey had 11; Danny
McKenzie and Robert Missick
(before fouling out) contributed
seven apiece and Kerry
Knowles added six.
Despite losing, coach Trevor
Grant said he was pleased with
the performance of his Knights.
They just fell short of repeat-
ing as champions.
"We expected a lot out of
them, but this is a young team,"
Grant emphasised.
"We were running around
like we didn't have any head on
our bodies.
"But that happens when you
have a team like this."
Grant, however, concurred
with the Stingrays, saying that
all season long, CV Bethel
played as if they were the best
team in New Providence and
they proved it.














Rattlers polish off Knights


to claim senior


* By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
IT WAS redemption time for
the CI Gibson Rattlers and
coach Kevin 'KJ' Johnson.
Eliminated from the senior
boys' playoffs by the CR Walk-
er Knights, Johnson made sure
his Rattlers didn't lose to the
same school twice in the Gov-
ernment Secondary Schools
Sports Association's post-sea-
son.
Coaching a senior girls' team
for the first time, Johnson had
the Rattlers firing on all cylin-
ders as they polished off the
Knights 47-27 on Thursday
night at the AF Adderley Gym
to secure the title.
"It feels real good. Girls are a
challenge on the whole. But
they worked hard. I put them
through the same type of regi-
ment as the boys and we
worked extremely hard to get
to this point," Johnson stated.

Opportunity
In what he called a defensive
effort, the Rattlers stifled the
Knights' potent offensive attack
and denied CR Walker the
opportunity to regain the title
they won two consecutive years
before losing to the RM Bailey
Pacers last year.
"We never gave, we crashed
the boards and we played hard
defence when we needed too,"
Johnson pointed out. "I knew
we had the team to do it. We
just had to go out there and exe-
cute the game plan and we
would win."
Most valuable player Char-
lies Burns and Erna Seraphin
shared game high honours
with 12 points, while Navia
Johnson had eight. Nikita Lock-
hart, Philicia Kelly and Dvon-
nya Brown all contributed
five.
Bums :d Seraphin both had
eight as CI Gibson surged to a
26-14 half-time lead. They both
added four in the second half
as they kept the Rattlers out
front in the second half.
For Burns, it was a victory
that they wanted more than the
Knights.


"I thought we played great
defence. Defence is what wins
games," she said. "We knew
that we could beat this team.
They had a lot of hard mouth,
but we just wanted to shut them
up."
While CI Gibson worked the
ball around for the best per-
centage shots, CR Walker tried
to drive the ball and made one
or two turnovers too many.
Latoya Rolle, their leading
scorer, was held to just eight to
lead the Knights. Antonia Sim-
mons had five, Evelyn Bain four
and Thela Johnson helped out
with three.

Final
Rolle, who will be back next
year for her final year, said they
simply didn't play defence and,
as a result, they couldn't hold
off the Rattlers.
"I don't know what we were
doing, but we didn't play any
defence," Rolle admitted.
CI Gibson led from start to
finish.
But throughout the game, the
Knights made some attempts to
get back into the contest.
The final nail in their coffin
came late in the second half
when coach Johnson wisely
called a time out, leading 45-27,
as the clock continued to run
(the game was played using run-
ning time).
The Knights got the ball and
coach Kent Lightbourn called
one.
When CR Walker came back
out, Evelyn Bain got the ball at
the top of the half-court line
and she held it as CI Gibson
stayed back in the zone as the
final minute expired.
"We let this one get away
from us from the beginning, so
at the end, we just decided to do
the honourable thing and not
allow any of our players to get
hurt," said Lightbourn, in trying
to sum up their defeat.
"We were down by 20 and
there was nothing we could do
about it.
"With the pressure CI Gib-
son were applying, we knew we
didn't have a chance to get back
in the game."


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TRIB # 565 Enjoy home Theater at its best with this com-
plete surround sound package for use with Cable, Satellite
or
DVD. Wide screen viewing up to 16 x 9 ft. Great for home,
church or parties. Inci 10 x 8 Screen, Panasonic LCD
Projector PT-L300UYamaha Receiver with 6 Klipsch
speakers & Panasonic DVD player. $2,500 Call 457 4308.


BBF #431 1996 Honda Passport,
$4,500 ONO,
Call: 362-1667, 702-1530, or 544-9705
ask for Ms. Pratt


TRIB #663
1997 NISSAN MAXIMA
18 INCH CHROMES NEW PAINT KILL
SWITCH, CD,
$7,200 ONO
1997 NISSAN SENTRA BLACK
$4,000
Tel: 3404515, 4369685


TRIB # 674
1991 MITSUBISHI GTO
Twin turbo AWD 5 speed. Yellow with grey interior.
Fast and beautiful.
Asking $8,500 o.n.o.
Tel : 535-0956 Cell: 395-0335


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


BBF #439
Kitchen & Bath cabinets,
lowest price for Highest Quality,
Apt or Home; Also Custom design computer
work stations,
Call: 636-9776


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


#669 Home Theater Movie Projector System
FOR SALE.
Enjoy home theater at its best with this complete
surround sound package for use with Cable,
Satellite or DVD. Wide screen viewing up to'16 x 9
ft. Great for home, church or parties. Incl 10 x 8
Screen, Panasonic LCD Projector PT-L300U
Yamaha Receiver with 6 Klipsch speakers &
Panasonic DVD player. $2,200 o.n.o
Call 457 4308.


TRIB #676
1997 FORD TAURUS WHITE
With grey interior $3,800.00
4 brand new tires, CD player, cean interior
excellent condition, power window, locks, AC,
clean engine
Tel: 323-4341
Cell: 556-3259 or 558-8700


151- gq4ZZ\
1997 Jeep Wrangler,
A/C, 4 CYL, 5-speed, perfect running condi on,
excellent condition inside and out, Leaving Island
Must SelIl!! $7,000 OBO,
Call: 327-1335 after 5pm


BBF #432 Sofa with matching Ottaman,
$60, Call: 422-4489


1990 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC
STATION WAGON. White ext., white int.
Just had a paint job. $2,000 o.n.o.
Phone: 328-0067, 323-5589, Cell 423-5742


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 #649 2003 Toyota Yaris
Located in Freeport 1 yr warranty remaining
26,000 miles, 4 Dr, A/C Like new!
$11,900 ONO
Loretta 242-727-2222 or 242-457-9257,


TRIB #675
2004 WHITE ACCORD EX-V6
Tan leather interior, p/mirror, locks, windows,
spoiler, lip kit, dropped suspension, fog lights,
vent visors, viper alarm w/remote start, voice
module. Many other extras
$32,500.00 o.n.o.
your gainpmy loss serious inquires
Tel: 395-2439 Must sell


BBF #442
999 Ford Taurus, brown,
A/C, everything good, very clean,
$6,500,
,-, ,. Call:,392-T,67Q5-
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TRIB #658 2002 ALTIMA NISSAN
Champagne ext. Fully loaded.
Very good condition. W/18" Rims. CD Player.
POWER EVERYTHING. $15,000 ONO.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY.
TEL525-942r 1-t ;


BBF #440
2001 Ford Explorer Sport black,
gray leather, low mileage,
6 disc CD changer, alarm,
excellent condition,
$16,500 ONO,
Call: 558-3529 or 324-3584 (eve)


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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SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2005, PAGE 3


TRIB #458
2003 FIBERGLASS 26' MERC PANGA
white centre console $34,000.00 o.b.o.
VHF depth sounds fish finder,
GPS diesel engine etc.
Tel: 393-6881 Cell: 454-5997 or 324-7935














TRIB #653
X OFF DA CHAIN $1.99 & UP
Household items, electronic appliances, car
wash supplies, window tints and more
Madeira Street, Palmdale
Ph: 356-4792


BBF #444
1997 Ford Escort Wagon,
good condition, A/C, Pwr windows, etc must see to
appreciate, good for family or work vehicle, $5000
ONO,
Call: 392-5923 or 477-6579


TRIB #657
1998 GRAND VOYAGER
PLYMOUTH, purple ext. 3.36L.
Power windows, locks, mirror,
dual A/C new paint.
$10,800.
Tel 356-0117.


BBF #433 1989 Ford Food van, with dou-
ble sink, and cabinets inside, automatic
transmission, $3000
Call: 326-7037 or 323-4020


TRIB #650
1996 DODGE NEON
2 door, Automatic, CD player, low
mileage
$2,800.00
Tel: 341-6400


TRIB #651 1997 FORD F-150 RED
with grey leather interior
$11,000.00
20" rims, power lock window and doors.
AC, surround sound sy stem,
DVD player Tel: 324-8278
Cell: 395-4827


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)


TRIB #670
2004 SUZUKI CARRY VAN 1.3
White with grey interior
$12,000.00 o.b.o.
Tel: 361-3636, Cell: 426-0439 or 426-6838,


TRIB #655 COMPUTER FOR SALE
Compaq Presario SR1350NX Desktop PC
(Intel Pentium 4 Processor 519J, 512 MB
RAM, 200 GB Hard Drive, Dbl Layer 16X
DVD +/-RW/CD-RW Drive).
Contact Ken at 324-8880.
The Price is negotiable./364-4173


nor w"Fq, iwo iussan Amima a ,
white, Ithr seats, Pwr windows/locks, sunroof,
4 new tires, CD, A/C, $5,200
Call: 422-1463 or 324-1707


TRIB #668
WELDING MACHINE
In a weather proof steel box,
20 KW GM engine, runs great
Tel: 393-4371.


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


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


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.


TRIB #672
1998 NISSAN SENTRA WHITE
With grey interior
$5,000.00 o.n.o.
New paint job, tape player radio, -
AC cold. Free fog lights with purchase
Tel: 341-8406 Cell: 525-7476


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 #652
APARTMENT SIZE STOVE & Fridge
all white like new $600.00
Tel: 341-1482 / 557-1308


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PAGE 4, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2005


TRIB # 640 ROTTWEILER PUPPIES,
10 weeks old, they have had their 1st, 2nd
and 3d shots. Four males and one female left,
both parents on premises.
Price $350 to secure homes only.
Conact David Jr at 393-1810, or 393-1425.


1993 USED TOYOTA WINDOM
Car parts for sale: Back glass, Back Bumper,
Back Brake Lights, Front and Rear Doors, Radio,
6 CD Changer, Engine, Radiator, etc.. Cheap!
Must Go!
Tel: 364-4197 Cell: 426-2603


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


BBF #435 1996 Nissan Maxima,
clean title, dark green, tan leather, A/C,
airbags, alarm, sunroof, tints, keyless entry,
3 disc CD changer/tape, 19%o chrome rims,
$8,000 ONO,
Call: 356-0703 or 636- 9471


TRIB #660
FOR SALE BMW 316i
2 DR Sports Coupe 1991,
power windows,
$2,500
Call: 457 4308 for details.
Owner leaving Island


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WHOLESALE BLOW OUT SALE
MOTOROLA V220 phone $325.00 ph only
$375.00 combo included phone, car charger, phone
case & head set. Buy two or more @ 135.00 per ph.
buy two or more @ #350.00 combo
Tel: 361-0986 or 456-1339


JTRIB # 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. CC
stereo with remote. Economical, serviced regularly, strong vehi-
cle. Price $9,000 o.b.o. Tel: 393-1711( after 6pm) 393-101"
1393-1777 daytime. Ask for Jemery


BBF #436 2004 Toyota Corolla,
Dark blue, fully loaded, anti-lock breaks,
leather seats, 6-disc CD Changer, A/C, elec-
tronic anti-rust, fold down seats, excellent
condition, $21,000 ONO,
Call: 324-0038 or 423-5965 ask for Doc


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 #680
WHOLESALE CELLULER BLOW OUT SALE
Motorola V66 phone $139.99 ph only $189.99
combo (included) phone, car charger, phone case &
head set. Buy two or more @ 130.00 per ph.
Buy two or more @ $165.00 per combo
Tel: 361-0986 or 456-1339













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


TRIB #619
1998 GMC Jimmy. Call 326-0398.


TRIB # 679
31 FT BERTRAM- BAHIA MAR,
hull only
$15,000.00 or o.n.o.
Serious inquires
Tel:362-2049


TRIB #654 2002 HONDA CBH
Red/gray ext. Runs great! Excellent condiiton.
Must sell. $5,000 ono.
Tel 341-6592, 557-0435.


TRIB #666
2003 YAMAHA XL 700 YELLOW
$3,700.00
Excellent condition like new.
Tel: 326-4663
Cell: 424-4357


BBF #437 1992 Mercedes Benz 190E 2.6,
navy blue, Ithr interior, Pwr windows/locks,
6-CD changer,, new paint job, runs well,
$3,500 as is, Call: 456-2472


TRIB #659 2002 MITSUBISHI
LANCER White ext, gray int.
A/C, C/D player, P/W, p/door, locks,
17" rims.
Car just in from Miami
In very good condition, low miles.
$9,500 ono,
Tel 323-8173, 454-8749, 544-3579.





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TRIB #682
WHOLESALE CELLULAR
BLOW OUT
Nixxo 9230 Ph New release, color screen $250.00
Phone only, but one or more @ 230.00' Must sell.
we deliver: special order upon request and model
Tel: 361-0986 Cell: 456-1339


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 #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


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


TRIB #629
1995 FORD RANGER Purple
$6,400.00
Tool box, 6 cyl, auto, financing 24 hr
guaranteed approval.
Tel: 325-1941 or 380-8092


TRIB #662 1993 MUSTANG FORD.
Standard shift, 5.0, 8 cylinder.
Black/white top ext, black/white top.
$2500 ono. TEL: 394-6780.


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


utr 4z zuua azon. uigarene apon ueCK,
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, Only!!
$60,000 ONO. Call: 361-4041 or 325-0029


ocr "Mco ivi'wTK 7 '"" oCu,
Fully Loaded, 20%o Chrome Lexani rims, Leather
seats, tints, immaculate condition,
$23,000,
Call: 477:6895 or 324-3230 -


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


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


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


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.





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EASTERN ROAD #2100: Ex-
quisite hilltop residence in 0.73
acres of tropical gardens over-
looking torquoise ocean. In im-
maculate condition. Accommo-
dations include 3 bedrooms 2-
1/2 baths, guest cottage. Ten-
nis court, pool AND MORE.
$1,400,000. Rent: $6,500 p.m
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 Mar-
ina. 3 bedrooms 3-1/2 baths.
High end furnishings.
$850,000. Rent: $6,000 p.m.
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 359-2405

NEW: ANDROS: At Mangrove
Cay incomplete two storey
house on beach on 1.329
acres. Up to first beltcourse.
Price includes all material to fin-
ish building, furniture and appli-
ance, small boat, golf carts.
Asking: $475,000.
NEWI COWPEN ROAD: Three
apt. sites 75' x 98' $60,000
each
NEW: BLAKE ROAD: One
acre commercial site with 100'
road frontage. $605,000
NEW: WEST BAY STREET:
6.5 acres prime commercial
site. $2.2 million.
NEW: SANS SOUCI: Single
family lots 14,000+ sq. ft. from
$95,000 and up.
NEW: OFF MARSHALL
ROAD: Single family lots 70' x
113' $55,000 each.
NEW: SUNSET PARK: Single
family corner lot 85' x 100'
$63,000
NASSAU EAST NORTH: 8,407
s/ft single fam. lot. $77,000
FOR RENT:
NEW : WEST BAY ST: Taste-
fully furnished 3 bedrooms 2
baths house overlooking
Ocean. Fully furnished. ..In
gated community., $36500 p.n'.
CALL LANA BASALYGA'.


BEACH: 2 bedrooms 2 baths
townhouse in gated beachfropt
community. Beautifully
furnished. $3,000 p.m.
SEA BREEZE: NEW: Spa-
cious 1 bedroom 1 bath apt.
Nicely furnished. Enclosed gar-
den. $750 p.m. inclu. water and
light.
BAYROC: Immaculate 3 bed-
rooms 3 baths condo in beach-
front gated complex.
$8,000 p.m.
CALL BERNADETTE MILLER
326-4800 322-6311
++++++++++++
CAMPERDOWN #2106:
Uniquely designed 3 bedrooms
3-1/2 baths house on 120' x
100' corner lot. Nicely furnish-
ed.$485,000.
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.
SOUTH BEACH #2115: 50' X
100' apt. lot on seaside.
$50,000.
CORAL HARBOUR:75' X 144'
multi-family lot on Canal.
$170,000.
BRIGADOON ESTATES
#999: Built with elegant living
in mind this 4 bedrooms 2-1/2
baths house is located in a qui-
et gated community. Pool and
bar, generator and
MORE...$792,000.
CORAL VISTA #2104:
BRAND NEW DUPLEX 2 bed-
rooms 2 baths each side.
$225,000.
CORAL HARBOUR: DIVE
BUSINESS! Property can be
bought in separate parcels:-
Five cottages on canal
$450,000; Three buildings (in-
cluding dive shop) $430,000;
Commercial Lot with 70' on ca-
nal with assets of dive opera-
tion only, incuding boats, com-
pressors, dive equipment
$195,000; 70' x 145' lot on ca-
nal. Zoned for 8 apartments.
$170,000.
FOR RENT:
SKYLINE LAKES #2105: 5
bedrooms 3-1/2 baths house.
Nicely furnished. $4,500 p.m.
NEW: 1 and 3 bedrooms fur-
nished condos in gated com-.
plex. $1,200 p.m. and
$3,000 p.m., resp.
CALL A. B. FERGUSON
326-4800 325-3957
+++++++++++-
TOWERS CABLE BEACH
#2091: Neat 1 bedroom 1 bath
ground floor apt. overlooking
pool. Immaculate gardens,
beach access, gated complex.
$149,900 furnished.
CALL LANA SAS ALY A
2614860 ,'322-8093'- -


CORAL HARBOUR: 80' X
110' single fam. lot on CANAL
$145,000
SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES:
120' X 400' s/family lot
$192,000
CARMICHAEL ROAD: 40,000
s/ft corner lot in prime location.
Ideal for gas station, restaurant
or business centre. $600,000.
VESEY STREET 50' X 110' lot
with dilapidated house. $80,000
WINTON ESTATES: Comforta-
ble Townhouse, 2 mins. from
beach. Some sea views.
Large kichen. 2 bedrooms 1-1/2
baths. $175,000.
KOOL ACRES #2108: Well
kept 3 bedrooms 2 baths house
on enclosed 55' x 125' lot.
Great starter home! $170,000.
FOR RENT:
EAST SHIRLEY STREET: In
highly visible area, commercial
building 10,800 s/ft of offices,
display & warehouse space.
Two separate loading areas.
$15,000 p.m. or lease 8,000
s/ft for $11,000 p .m.
VICTORIA COURT: Overlook-
ing harbour 2 bedrooms 2-1/2
baths apartment. Well kept,
spacious. Gated complex.
$2,000 p.m.
CALL LANA BASALYGA
326-4800 322-8093


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Homesites
Yamacraw Beach Estates
80x100 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
For more information
Call: 323-1983


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
#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
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#1106 Port New Providence -
Canal front lot. 16,417sq. ft.
Prestigious gated community
$495,000
#1814 Charlotteville Brand
new subdivision, northern side
of Windsor Field Rd.
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prestigious gated community,
golf course views. $850,000.
#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
#417 Treasure Cove 3 bed, 3
bath. Designer furnishings.
Short term rental also.
$3,000p/m
#1101 Ocean Cliff 3 bed, 3
bath. Gated. Beautiful ocean
views Fully furnished $4000p/m
#730 Conchrest 2 bed, 2
bath penthouse. Ocean views.
Well decorated $4,000p/m
#1735 Harbour Breeze 3
bed, 3 bath, pristine & stylish.
Harbour views $7,500p/m
#1812 Towers, 2 bed, 2 bath,
stylish, ocean view, beautifully
renovated, fully furnished, pool
3,000p/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 Waterfrbnt 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/internet ready
$3,000 p/m.
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BAAMA-_S BAHAMAg
REALTY REALTY

Sotheby's Sotheby's
RESIDENTIAL OCEAN CLUB ESTATES!
LYFORD CAY! Features of Large property comprising of
this 6 bed, 4.5 bath residence an acre located on lake with
include ceramic tiled and wood fantastic views of the 6th fair-
floors, crown mouldings, trayed way and partial views of the
ceilings in dining room, a fire- ocean. Web Ref: 8527. Price:
place, walk-in cedar lined clos- $1.259 Mil.
et in master bedroom, a pool,
generator and more. In need of -LYFORD CAY! Large canal
TLC. Web Ref: 9300. Price: front home ideal for a yachts-
$1.16 Mil man with approx. 120 feet of
water frontage and a dock with
MOUNT VERNONI Lovely, se- services. Home offers 12 ft.
cure 3 bed, 2.5 bath town- high ceilings, marble tiled
house located in a gated com- floors, 3 separate kitchens,
plex with pool. Features in- guest quarters, maid's quarters
clude central air, fenced-in and formal rooms. Services in-
porch, alarm system, elude full standby automatic
washer/dryer, Jacuzzi tub and generator, pool, multiple a/c
more. Offered fully furnished, systems, electric roll-down
Web Ref: 9062. Price: shutters and an enclosed yard.
$286,000 Web Ref: 9153. Price: $3.9
Mil.
NASSAU EAST Exceptionally TREASURE COVE! Well main-
maintained 4 bed, 2 bath home tained 3 bed, 2 bath partially
located on quiet cul-de-sac. furnished house in popular
Features include hurricane Treasure Cove. Features in-
shutters, covered patio, sepa- clude central a/c, tiled floors in
rate storage shed and beauti- living areas, carpet in bed-
fully landscaped gardens with rooms and water pressure
fruit trees. Web Ref: 9306. tank. Web Ref: 8792. Price:
Price: $395,000 $295,000
SOUTH OCEAN Two-storey COUNTY CLUB ESTATES!
single family residence featur- Newly built townhouse in gated
ing a large master bedroom, complex with pool and gym.
bathroom and dressing room, Features include large open
walk-in closet, cathedral ceil- kitchen, laundry, central air, se-
ings, 1-car garage, Jacuzzi, curity bars and tiled and wood
newly renovated kitchen and floors throughout. Offered un-
powder room. Offered partially furnished. Web Ref: 9139.
furnished. Web Ref: 9299. Price: $183,000
Price: $330,000 PARADISE ESTATES! Immac-
ulately kept 2 bed, 2 bath villa
EASTERN ROAD! Beautiful with lots of extras. Special fea-
waterfront home with panoram- tures include central air, tiled
ic views of Paradise Island, floors throughout and lots of
Athol Island and Rose Island. closet and storage space. All
Private home offers an open new appliances, marble coun-
floor plan, modem in its decor, tertops and custom cabinets in
large patio and pool, balconies, the kitchen and bathrooms.
and a boat house. Other Web Ref: 8761. Price:
amenities include generator, $347,000
rain water tank, garage and GROVE ESTATES! Newly built
fully enclosed yard. Web Ref: 3-bed, 2.5-bath townhouse
9190. Price: $785,000 overlooking the pond with ex-
tended deck and 1-car garage,
SANDYPORT! Lovely 4 bed central air, laundry and quality
end unit townhouse in excellent finishes. Web Ref: 8255.
condition with lots of extras. Price: $455,000
Large open floor plan, modem WINTON! Mediterranean style
kitchen, enclosed Bahama 3 bed,3 bath townhouse locat-
room, hurricane shutters, cov- ed in gated complex with won-
ered parking and more. Offered derful ocean views. Features
semi-furnished. Web Ref: include recessed lighting, a
9152. Price: $609,000 vaulted ceiling and French
doors leading to a large private
OLD FORT BAY! One-acre balcony overlooking the pool
property in luxurious gated and patio area. Web Ref: 9197.
community boasts modem 4- Price: $389,000
bed, 3-bath estate with breath- PALMS OF LOVE BEACH!
taking ocean views. Features Stunning 3 bed, 2 bath water-
include new kitchen with stain- front condo with generous
less steel appliances and gran- master suite leading out onto
ite countertops, large master balcony overlooking ocean.
suite, pool with expansive Amenities include walk-out pa-
decking and many more. Web tio, upgraded tile, home office,
Ref: 7386. Price: $1.25 MIL. central air and private parking.
Web Ref. 8421. Price:
Contact gagg22) 3t I Baihamas Realty Ltd
TeL (242) 893-814 L' 4Tel.242)-393-8618 :


BAIAMAS
REALTY

Sothebys
HILLCREST TOWERS! Con-
veniently located 3 bed, 2 bath
condo boasts modern design
and fantastic views of Nassau
Harbor. Offered with applian-
ces. Web Ref: 6209. Price:
$195,000
CABLE BEACH Newly built 3
bed, 3.5 bath townhouse in
gated complex with pool. Fea-
tures include spacious rooms,
great design, central air, an
open kitchen and more. Web
Ref: 8914. Price: $269,000
CAVES POINT Beautiful 3
bed, 3 bath condo with spec-
tacular ocean views and hard-
wood floors located in exclu-
sive gated community with 24-
hr security and more. Offered
Semi-fumished. Web Ref:
7493. Price: $875,000
COMMERCIAL
EAST STREET! 22,260 sq. ft.
Butler steel building located on
East Street. Web Ref: 9301.
Price: $2.32 Mil.
RENTALS
CAVES POINT! Enjoy one of
the best views from this 3 bed,
3 bath condo with large balco-
ny located in a gated commun-
ity. In excellent condition. Web
Ref: 9028. Price: $5,000 prlm
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
ORANGE HILL! Elegant 2 bed,
2 bath home with panoramic
ocean views, a private pool
and 3-zone central air. Offered
beautifully fumished. Web Ref:
9156. Price: $5,300 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Comfortable 3
bed, 2 bath home located in
community with pool. Ameni-
ties include central air, tiled
floors in living area and carpet
in bedrooms. Web Ref: 9205.
Price: Appliances only $1,500
p/m. Furnished $1,900 p/m
CABLE BEACH! This spacious
2 bed 2 bath condo in beach-
front complex offers incredible
ocean views and more. Of-
fered furnished. Web Ref:
5949. Price: $1,800 plm
OLD FORT BAY! Charming
two storey colonial designed 3
bed, 3.5 bath waterfront home
with a.1 bed, 1 bath guest cot-
tage. Loaded with amenities
such as a pool, dockage for a
large yacht and outdoor enter-
tainment areas. Web Ref:
9100. Price: $15,000 p/m
Contact: Bahamas Realty Ltd
'Tel. (242) 393-8618 ; "
www.bahamhasreatty;bs


WEST PLACE, near West-
ridge, 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 proper-
ty, $195,000.
OFF SOLDIER ROAD, large
split-level triplex plus attractive
duplex, 2 years, $370,000.
EAST STREET, near Robinson
Road, 2 storey commercial
building with 2 apartment up-
stairs, $160,000
OFF PARKGATE ROAD, du-
plex with 2 bed, 1 bath each
side, $84,000
SUNSET PARK, large residen-
tial 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, fur-
nished 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, contem-
porary design brand near 3
bed, 2 bath house on comer
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, GLAD-
STONE ROAD:
RESIDENTIAL LOTS, $42,000
DUPLEX LOTS, $50,000 -
$58,000,
TRIPLEX LOTS, $60,000 -
$74,000.
WEST WIND, new gated subdi-
vision near Love Beach resi-
dential lots from$65,000 triplex
lots from $95,000.
CARMICHAEL ROAD, invest-
ment property, plaza with 8
stores and 6 apartments,
$800,000.



HOUSE FO SALE
2 bed/1 study & 1 bath Bamboo
Town, South Beach $110,000.
Tel: 324-7816.
FOR SALE
2 1/2 bath, 2 bedroom.
Gated Townhouse, pool fridge,
stove, washer, dryer included.
$135,000.
324-0285, 324-1776, 457-2285.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
JOAN'S HEIGHTS EAST
LARGE DUPLEX
3-bed, 2-bath/
2-bed, 1-bath
$220,000ono.
Te:392-0950
3-BED COTTAGE
FOR SALE
DEVONSHIRE ST
OVER LOOKING LAKE.
$250,000 0 N 0
TEL: 424-2972.
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
CORNER LOT 100 x 60
For Sale by Owner
Golden Gates Estates
$60,000.00 O.N.O.
Contact 364-6393/436-4201:


Duplex 2 bed, 1 bath each Unit
$160,000.00.
Triplex 2 bed, 1 bath each unit
$195,000.00.
Call: 356-8803-4.

LOT FOR SALE
Tropical Gardens
Residential lot, 60'x120'
For sale by owner $75,000.
Already cleared to build.
Fenced on three sides.
Phone:364-6339/395-9044/
558-0344.
HOLMES ROCK,
GRAND BAHAMA
80X125. PRICE $25,000
BY OWNER. PHONE 362-5978
For Sale by Owner
4-bed 3-bath $350,000 dep.
2-Bedroom 2-bath
$1,300/pm.
Tel 327-8587, 427-4833.

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

Hill Top property
60 x 120
Blue Hill Heights Subdivision
on Mastic Drive.
$65,000.00.
Conatct 424-0275
for furthur info
FOR SALE BY OWNER
CORAL LAKES
Corner lot in prestigious neigh-
bourhood with approved plans
for luxurious 3000sq. ft. home
$79,000.00. Call:341-2220.
BUSINESS FOR SALE
Cappacino Cafd and Bar
For Sale.
Phone: 359-1604.



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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SANDYPORT 1 bed apt. nicely
finished, good views. $2,300
SANDYPORT 2 bed 2 bath apt.
furnished. Brand New $3,000.
PARADISE ISLAND 2 bed 2
bath private villa w/ own pool
$3,500.
EASTERN RD. 2 bed 2 bath
nicely decorated home, large
family room, pool in a cul de
sac. $3,500.
TREASURE COVE 4 bed 2
bath beautifully furnished, pool,
private garden. Premier gated
community w/ playground near
St. Andrew's School|-$4,000.
CABLE BEACH Newly reno-
vated 4 bed 3 bath furnished
home near the beach $4,000.
SANDYPORT Spacious end
unit townhouse, 4 beds 3.5
baths, furnished $5,500.
SEAPOINTE Beachfront 3 bed
3.5 bath townhouse in Port
New Providence, near St. An-
drew's School $5,500.
SANDYPORT Brand new 3 bed
3.5 bath townhouse $5,500.
PARADISE ISLAND -Exclu-
sive 4 bed 3.5 bath townhouse
- marble & granite $5,700
furn. or Unfurnished!
PARADISE ISLAND Spacious
3 bed 3.5 bath furnished apt.
offers a gym, pool, jacuzzi, un-
derground parking, security
gate, excellent views of Nassau
Harbour $7,500.
SANDYPORT Spectacular 4
bed 3.5 bath townhouse w/ own
private pool, marble floors,
granite counters, sauna, hot
tub, totally "top of the
Line". $8,000.

PORT NEW PROVIDENCE Ex-
ecutive 4 bed 3.5 bath canal-
front home w/ pool & dock, fur-
nished in secure gated com-
munity w/ tennis courts & beach
club $7,500.
ISLANDS AT OLD FORT BAY
Beautiful 4 bed 4.5 bath bunga-
low, swimming pool, on the ca-
nal w/ dock, small beach
$10,000.
ISLANDS AT OLD FORT BAY
Professionally decorated canal-
front 4 bed 4.5 bath with large
poolside guest house $17,000.
LYFORD CAY Furnished 3
bed 3 bath home w/ pool. New
and Immaculate $10,000.
Call Richard Sawyer for
Expert Service.
DAMIANOS REALTY
Tel: 322 2305


1-BEDROOM unfurnished, A/C,
bars, water incided.
Off Bernard Rd.
$450 monthly, sec dep $300.
Phone 341-6316
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, Taylor
Street, Nassau Village. Water,
burglar bars, ceiling fan, basic
cable included/gated yard.
$550 per month + first an last
month's rent. $300 security de-
posit.
702-1524/394-3137/327-1530
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, WA-
TER INCLUDED, AT $550 PER
MONTH., SEC DEP $300. LO-
CATED FARRINGTON ROAD.
TEL 323-2378/328-8458.
1BEDROOM 1 BATH
UNFURNISHED ready to move
in to includes the following ceil-
ing 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 corners 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 apt. Joe Far-
ringhton Rd. $600.00 p/m 1st
and last $500 sec/deposit. A/C,
security bars & enclosed yard
no utilities included.
Tel:357-4309/394-1024.

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 2 Bath
Duplex Apt Fortune Point
Freeport. Fridge, stove,
washer & dryer & watae,
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.
2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH APT
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 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.
2-BED, 1 1/2 BATH APT,
ST ALBANS DRIVE,
$700 PER MONTH.
$450 SEC. DEP.
TEL 326-8912.
2-BED, 1-BATH apartment, St
Andrews Beach Estate. Fully
furnished, central A/C, water &
cable included. $775/pm.
Phone 364-7557.


2-BED, 1-BATH semi-furn Apt
Leeward East. Water included.
Call 392-6628(D), 364-8664 af-
ter 8:15pm.
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
For rent. $700 p/mth.
Yamacraw Beach Ests.
Phone 364-5144, 364-3154.
2-BEDROOM APT unfurnished
Newly renovated. Farrington
Road, $500/mthly. 120/wkly.
Phone 393-2606, or 393-2822.
2-BEDROOM HOUSE with
security bars, ceiling fans,
air-conditioned and fenced
yard. Security deposit and
First and last
month rents are required.

Call 361-0166 between the
hours 7pm-1 Opm weekdays
and 8am-10pm weekends.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH unfur-
nished. Cable/water included.
Asking $650 per month, $350
deposit Pineyard Rd, Sea
Breeze. Call 324-8355 eve, or
361-3411.
2-BEDROOM, 2 1/2 BATH
Gated Townhouse, pool, fridge,
stove, washer, dryer included.
$1,050/pm.
324-0285/457-2285, 324-1776.
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, 2 BATH unfur-
nished house, Rocky Pine
Road, $850 monthly.
Tel 322-8159
4-Bedroom 2 1/2-bath House
semi furnished, b/bars, all in-
closed yard and bearing fruit
trees. Call-325-5228 after 6pm.

A 2-bedroom 1-bath apt
for rent $575.00 per month. Al-
lan Drive of Golden Gates, first
and last $400.00 security de-
posit. Water, fan & b/bars in-
cluded.
Phone 393-5070/324-3834 af-
ter 5pm.
A LARGE SPACIOUS
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

A two bed one bath Apt.
for rent $575.00 per month. Al-
lan Drive of Golden Gates, first
and last, $400.00. sec. deposit
Water, fan & b/bars included.
Phone-393-5070/324-3834 af-
ter 5pm.
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED 2
BEDROOM HOME TO SHARE.
LARGE KITCHEN. ALL UTILIT-
IES AND WASHER INCL.
MUST BE TIDY. FEMALE
PREFER, 394-1112.


APARTMENT FOR RENT
HOLLYWOOD SUBDIVISION
2-bed, 1-bath, $650 per month,
341-2689.
2000 SQ FT Apartment for rent
2 bed (upstairs) $500.00 per
month. Real nice
Tel: 544-1924
APARTMENT FOR RENT in
Hollywood Subdivision, 2 bed,
1 bath. Water & cable included,
A/C in one room. $650 per
month. 341-2687, Mr Brown.
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 6:30pin.
Apartment for rent Towers of
Cable Beach. Furnished 2 bed,
1 bath, pool, beach, gated com-
plex. $1600 p/m
Tel:302-6025/327-0977.
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.
Attractive spacious 2bd, 1 1/2
bath townhouse for rent of
Shrimp Road. Water, C/air,
fridge, stove, washer & dryer,
included, ceiling fans and two
balconies. First and last months
rent and security deposit re-
quired. Ph: 341-3116 after 6:00
pm.
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.
BRAND NEW
unfurnished, 2-bed, 1-bath Apt
WASHROOM .
$600/MTH 1ST & LAST, SEC
DEP $4.00
OFF BACARDI ROAD.
PHONE 356-5886,
LEAVE MESSAGE.
BRAND NEW (2) 1 Bed, 1 bath
semi-furnished apartment, in-
cluded are water, stove, fridge,
gas, c/air, c/fans, blinds, win-
dows valances, sec. screens,
wash house, enclosed yard.
Venice Bay off Bacardi Rd. 1st
and last month plus sec.
$650/$700 p/m. Call: 364-4636.


BRAND NEW (2) 1-bed, 1-bath CABLE BEACH 2 bed 3-1/2
semi-furn apt, incid. water, bath large loft completely fur-
stove, fridge as, c/air, c/fans, nished. balconies & patios,
blinds, windows valances sec port, near to school, beaches &
Screens, wash house, enclosed stores $2,200.00
yard. Venice Bay off Bernard Tel: 327-2694 or 557-8980
Rd. 1st, last month + sec req_______________
$650-$700/pm. Call 364-4636. CABLE BEACH Attractive fully
furnished 2 bedroom 1 bath
BRAND NEW (2) 2-bed, 1-bath apartment. $1600.00 per month
AC, ceiling fans, sec alarm, sec overlooking garden and pool in
bars, water included, $700/pm ated community. A/C, ceiling
1st & last+ $400 s/d. Southwind fan, cable tv, telephone and
Gardens. laundry facilities. Rental in-
Contact Lisa, 323-4970, or eludes water. Annual lease.
424-0091. Ph: 324-2443
BRAND NEW 2 1-bed, 1-bath/
1 2-bed, 1-bath semi-furnished CABLE BEACH Brand new
apt. Incl. water, gas, stove, townhouse 3 bed 3 1/2 bath
fridge, central a/c, blinds & win- completely spacious, Balco-
dow treatments security nies, patio and pool $2,400.00
screens, wash house, fenced p/m. Tel: 327-2694 or 557-8980
yard. VENICE BAY, 1st/last
mth, +security. CABLE BEACH Brand new
Phone 364-4636. Townhouse. Turn key: Very
spacious 3 bed, 3 1/2 bath, fully
BRAND NEW APT furnished, balconies, patios and
2 bath, 1 bath, pool. Enclosed and secured
$650/month, #300 sec dep. near to shops, bus and beach-
392-0605 after 7pm es. No need for a car. 327-
392-0637 2694, 557-8980
SIR LYNDEN PINDLing CABLE BEACH MANOR
EST. Large, charming oceanfront 2
bedroom, 2 bath apt, $1,800.
BRAND NEW SPACIOUS 2 Poolside studio, $850. Right on
bed/1bath triplex unit located an excellent beach, pool. Con-
Pineyard Road off Sea Breeze genial, attractive setting and
lane. Each unit equipped with ambiance. Good security, night
full size fridge/stove, central watchman. Fully furnished and
NC, security screens; its n
A/C, security screens its own equipped, a/c, sat TV, cable,
utility room with washer and laundry, lounge with books, free
dryer. $850/pm, First and last tel. i-net wired, gas incl. Great
month rent plus security dep location, near shops, bus stop.
$500. Ready March 31, 2005. No need for a car.
Tel 393-8343 Call-327-7785 now!!
CABLE BEACH CARMICHAEL RD 2-bed, 1-
OPEN HOUSE bath apt, unfurn, A/C, fans,
FROM MARCH 3,2005 $650/mth, 1st/last + $400 sec.
Married couples preferred.
Cable Beach, 2-bed, 2 1/2 bath. Ph 361-4253.
$1500 per month, 1st, last & CARMICHAEL ROAD
security dep. NEAR CORAL HARBOUR,
382-4373, 544-7655. SPACIOUS 2 BED, 2 BATH
CABLE BEACH Large one APT. LARGE LIVING ROOM,
bedroom apt balcony on the CENTRAL AIR, SECURITY
ocean with breathtaking view. SCREENS, ENCLOSED
New kitchen. Located in ocean YARD, $800.00 PER MONTH
bldg. of Carefree. suitable for 1ST & LAST, PLUS $400.00
single professional or business SECURITY DEPOSIT, WATER
executive with references. INCLUDED.
$1500 per month May e viewed PH: 364-0423/362-1359
by appointment. Tel 327-3832 CHARLES SAUNDERS
after 5pm. HIGHWAY
HIGHWAY
CABLE BEACH 1 bed 1 bath, 1 bed, 1 bath, c/air, fridge,
omrrpletely furnished, enclosed, stove, water. $550/mth, 1st,
pool and patio area, stores and last, $400 security. 394-5100
beaches. No need for a car
$1200.00 p/m Classy Condo for rent
Ph: 327-2694/ 557-8980 spacious, fully furnished, 2 bed,
CABLE BEACH 1 BEDROOM 2 bath, central a/c, pol, meeting
APT WITH BAHAMA ROOM, facilities, Pilot House, security
LAUNDRY, SECURITY building, beautiful wiew of P/I &
NO CHILDREN, NO PETS waterfront. $2,000 p/m. Phone:
$800 PER MONTH 325-8451 days.
1st, Last Month & Sec Dep. CONVENIENCE STORE FOR
#25 HAMPSHIRE ST. RENT, fully furnished turn-key
327-5458. operation in Culmersville.
Phone 382-4373, or 544-7655
CABLE BEACH 1-bed, 1 1/2- leave message.
bath furnished Apt $210 per
week or $900 monthly. Includes Executive House for rent,
central air washer/dryer, TV & Cable Beach area:
cable, carpeted bedroom, mi- 2 story, 3 bedrooms, central air,
crowave, water, etc. security bars, swimming pool,
Min 1-year lease, $900 security fully furnished.
deposited required to move in. Phone: 325-7595 (9 am-5 p.m.)
Phone P27-2616,
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LAMHr, OrI"A.IUUa unfurn.
bed, 3 1/2 bath townhouse. Ya-
macraw Hill Rd, $1,200/pm, 1st
last + $500 sec Dep. Phone
454-7165.

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, 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 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 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.
1-BED & BATH furnished $400
monthly Light/cable/water and
ceiling fan included. No children
Pet. Contact 361-5484 off Car-
michael Road.
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.
1-BEDROOM fully furn Apt-in-
cludes light, water, c/air, cable
security bars, $700 per month,
1st and last and $300 sec dep.
required.
Phone 361-4649.
1-BEDROOM fully furnished
utilities included, $575.900 per
month. 341-8564. '
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 furnished apart-
ments for rent West Bay Street.
Electricity, water, located tele-
phone calls and basic cable in-
cluded.. $1,650 per month. Tel
427-6610, or 324-8432.

(Brand new) 1 Bedroom
townhouse fully furnished ex-
pect bedroom, close in proper-
ty, b/bars, a/c, light, wate, c/fan,
TV included for on;y $730.00
per month, without a/c $650.00
per month. Please contact Mrs
Kemp at 392-0907.
1 1-BEDROOM FULLY furni-
ture apartment unit with securi-
ty bars, calling fans, air condi-
tioned and cooking gas includ-
ed. Security deposit and first
and last month rents are re-
quired. Call 341-0331 anytime.


For Rent oy 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.

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.

1 Bed furnished Apt.
Very private includes water, ca-
ble, central air, sec./bars. Pre-
fer newly weds. Serious person
contact 341-4151 or leave a
message.
Fully Furnished Efficiency for
rent. Coral Heights East. $550
per month, first and last months
rent, $300 sec. deposit. Ph-
302-5128/362-2148.
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 3-BEDROOM $950 UN-
FURN.
1 BEDOOM $600. FURN.
1 BEDROOM $750 FURN.
2 BEDROOMS $1400 FURN.
2 BEDROOM $2000 FURN.
POOL
2 BEDROOM $1500 FURN.
POOL
2 BEDROOMS L $1800 POOL
EAST & WEST P ISLAND.
$1200. POOL $3000
MUCH MORE
393-0868, 454-1230 CELL
1 Bdroom Efficieney, $175.00
weekly. All utilities included.
A/C and cable TV. NO PETS,
NO CHILDREN. Yamacraw
Beach. Call 364-0056.
1 Bed 1 Bath Apt. Para-
dise Island pool 2 laundry facili-
ties close to beach and Atlantis
newly renovated $1,100 per
month 363-3771, no pets & no
kids.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT IN
A VERY GOOD NEIGHBOUR-
HOOD. $500/MONTH.
TEL 393-2515, OR 324-0778.
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.
Piease call: 302-2685 ask for
Wendy


STOVE, CABLE, C/FAN,
S/BARS, $650 + $400 sec. Tel
341-7502.
IMMACULATE and spacious
semi furnished 2 bed, 2 bath
cottage with all modern conven-
ience, shared pool, close to
shops and Sandport beach
granite countertops security
bars, gated community. Not
suitable for children or pet.
$2,000/pm. Call 427-2471 for
further information.
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.
FULLY FURNISHED 2 bed Apt
in Yamacraw, $875/pm, $300
sec. All amenities includes. Call
324-5388.
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
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.
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, semi-fur-
nished, fridge, stove, gas tank,
cable, ceiling fan, secuity bars,
water & phone line ready. Ham-
ster Rd,'off Faith Ave.
Tel 341-7502.
NEW DUPLEX Located Fox Hill
2 bed 1 bath water, included
Central air $775.00 per month
Tel: 525-8960
FOR RENT
Kool Acres: New 2 2-bedroom,
1 bath apartment, gated, cen-
tral air, ceiling fans, stove and
fridge included. First and last
month rent and security deposit
required. $750p/m. Telephone
numbers: 424-0006. Must see
to appreciate.
NICELY FURNISHED, A/C
apartment & rooms Daily,
weekly. Tel 323-4365.


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 Townhouse
for rent includes: b/bars, water,
fridge, washer & dryer, 2 bed &
1 1/2 bath, $900.00 per month.
Phone-326-4503.

NEW SEA BEACH Town-
house for rent/lease, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 1/2 baths with jacuzzi
tubs, central a/c, semi-fumish-
ed, incl washer & dryer. $2,000
monthly incl. security system
monitoring and LP Gas.
Available immediately. Call
457-4228.
NEWLY BUILT unfurnished 2
bed, 1 bath Apt Foxdale off
Bernard Rd A/C, cable, c/fans
b/screens and water incl. $675
p/m, first & last +security dep.
Phone 636-4352, or 393-1023,
ext 207.
NEWLY BUILT X-LARGE 1
bedroom Apt, fridge/stove/
washer dryer, central a/c, fans
b-bars, blinds and water. Phone
557-1434.

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.

Off Carmichael Rd.
large spacious 2 bed, 1 bath
apartment for rent. Includes wa-
ter, cable, a/c, washer/dryer,
enclosed yard. $700 per month,
$400 security deposit.
Call 341-4912/557-0326.

Office Space For Rent
1200 square feet, Palmdale.
Newly renovated
Call-427-7225.
One bedroom Apartment fur-
nished $500.00 monthly, water,
A/C and B/Bars included. Off
Carmichael Rd.
Phone-361-3187.
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 furnish-
ed & A/C, Carib Road, $500 per
month. Adults only.
Phone 393-9336, 9am-5pm.
STORAGE SPACE
for rent, Oxford St West off Mt
Royal Ave Tel: 325-3471


ONE BEDROOM APT With
beach right quiet neighborhood,
Ac, ceiling fan, water included
$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.
OFFICE OR SHOP SPACE
FOR RENT
Upstair on Nassau & Cam-
bridge Streets. 700sq ft. $1,000
monthly.
323-5059, or 323-4831,
One Bedroom Apt.
South Beach, $450 per month.
Call-525-7783/636-0940.

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
Ridgeland Park West. Bachelor
quarters, water included. Rent
$450 per month, $300 sec dep.
First and last month required
Phone 341-3527.
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.
ONE SHOP OR OFFICE
Space for rent
27x27 $1800.00
Cowpen Road. Tel: 558-4864
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

Private Home, 2 bed 2 bath
furnished. Cable Beach, with
beach rights, $2,300/pm, first
and last rent, plus security de-
posit. Tel-362-1150/434-6341.
QUAIL ROOST RIDGE, OFF
PRINCE CHARLES. Alarm sys-
tem/security screens installed,
central Air/ceiling fans, partially
furnished/fully furnrshed, 2 bed,
1 bath $875 and $1,000 per
month. 1st, last plus $400 sec
dep required. Interested parties
may call 364-5955, 356-1712.
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.
ROOM FOR RENT in private
home. Responsible, mature
adult. No pets/children. Call
364-7638 after 6pm
SANDYPORT OLDE TOWNE
condo. New large 3 bed, 3
bath, 3 balconies. Ocean views.
Storage. $4,000 per month.
Call 327-7672.


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.

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
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).
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.
PERSON FOR CAR WASH
AND BOOTH FOR RENT
PLEASE CONTACT AT
328-0658.


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Nassau village.
Utilities included are:
Fridge, stove, cable & a/c.
$650 monthly.
Ph:393-4362 home
557-5554 cell.

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-BEDROOM, ONE-BATH
spacious apartment. Semi-fur-
nished, includes: fridge, stove,
washer, dryer water, ceiling
fans, central-air condition. NO
PETS! Located on beautifully
landscaped property in Eden
Estates, off Johnson Rd. Must
see to appreciate. $850/month.
One year lease required. Call
day and eve. 364-2152.
TWO-BEDROOM, ONE-BATH
spacious apartment. Un-fur-
nished, includes: water, ceiling
fans, washer connection and
central air condition. NO PETS!
Located on beautifully land-
scaped property in Eden Es-
tates, off Johnson Rd. Must see
to appreciate. $700/month. One
year lease required. Call day
and eve. 364-2152.
VILLAGE ESATES 2 bed, 1
bath, fridge, stove, private of-
fice/den, water included. Tel
544-7655, 382-4374 plese
leave message.
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
WEEKLY RENTAL
2-bed 1 bath Apt. St Albans
Drive. Furnished, c/fan, b/bars,
washer/dryer, fridge & stove
fenced yard. All utilities includ-
ed. $400 weekly, $200 dep.
Move in for $600.
364-6339/558-0344/395-9044.
Winton Meadows Estate
One furnished bedroom apart-
ment, single occupant, tasteful-
ly furnished, A/C, ceiling fans,
light, water & cable included.
$680.00 per month, must see to
appreciate, Ph: 454-7535 (day)
324-0168 (night).
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-
pnone & cabie service availa-
ble.
1 2-bedroom unfurnished At
Water neater, 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.


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.
COTTAGE FOR RENT
2-storey 2-bed, 2 1/2 bath
beautiful cottage set in gated
and secure estate tastefully fur-
nished, breathtaking sea views,
central A/C, cable, phone,
broad band internet, stainless
steel appliances, huge pool
and gorgeous garden porch
and terraces alarm. A must
see, $2800/month, 364-8487.
DUPLEX APT: 2 bed & 1 bath
semi-furnished $800. Delaporte
West Bay Street.
Phone 544-6931.

Duplex Townhouse
Yamacraw Hill Rd. Enclosed
fenced spacious 2 bed, 2 1/2
bath includes cable access,
fridge, stove, washer/dryer, wa-
ter, central air & alarm system.
$950.00 per month. Phone-
324-4869.

Experience Security
guards needed. Full-time/part-.
time positions available
For appointment call: 393-2162.
(we do not discriminate but
positions requires serious
male officers at this time).
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 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.

Furnished 3 bedroom, 2
1/2 baths, a/c own water sup-
ply, enclosed yard. Nassau
east Blvd. Walking distance-to
St Andrew's School. $1600
p/m. Tel: 302-6025/327-0977.
Garden Hills #2 2 brand new
efficiencies for rent. Fully fur-
nished includes fridge, stove.
watre. light, cable & burgler
bars Asking $600 per month.
first ano last month rent is re-
quired with a $300 security de-
posit. Phone 423-1671.
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.


FOR RENT

Delaporte Point
3 bed/3bath townhouse fully
furnished includes washer and
dryer excellent security, gated
community swimming pools,
dock and beach, right on the
ocean, excellent view breath
taking sunsets.
Call 325-3910/328-2581.

HAIR & BARBER BOOTH
$95.00

NAIL BOOTH $85.00
Tel: 356-7749 454-9773.


1-bedroom. Utilitie included.
$100 per week. Call 393-8201.
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.



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

MATURE LADY LOOKING
FOR MAID WORK.
(WORK NIGHTS).
TEL 324-4115.
Christian Lady (with permit)
seeks live-in job as caretaker
for the elderly or as baby sitter.
Call 362-2488/362-1297.

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.
MORTGAGE BROKER seeks
position. 10+ yeas in finance,
insurance and lender pre-quali-
tying experience. Computer lit-
erate, excellent communication
and legal skills. Write PO Box
CR-56737, Nassau, Bahamas o
call 380-2502.
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-
Derior organizational skills.
Call: 393-7441 btwn lDm-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.


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LAUE T NUIEE-Ua
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER/
BABYSITTING JOB, OR
TO CARE FOR ELDERLY
PERSON.
Tel: 422-5226 or 325-5633

Mature Lady seeking job as
housekeeper. Weekly or daily.
Phone:392-0836/535-9530.
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.
YOUNG LADY seeks days
work on Saturdays.
Call: 426-2751.
Can be recommended.
YOUNG LADY seeks employ-
ment as housekeeper/day job
honest and hardworking. Phone
341-7100.
LIVE-IN position or baby sit.
Tel 392-1574, ask for Janet.

YOUNG LADY seeks maid job.
Tel: 434-5912.



Farm Labourer, West End
Good Fellow Farms.
Phone:377-5000.

FULLY TRAINED IN TOUR
TEK COMPUTER SYSTEM
Previous experience in Travel
Agencies sales management.
Team work experience
Analytical skills for sales
Strong Accounting knowledge
Speak Spanish fluently
Wide knowledge of the Cuban
Tourist products.
Please submit to: PO Box
EE163119
.GWI MAINTENANCE SERV.
Maintenance workers needed
(Semi-skilled) Will train.
Send resume to: PO Box N390.
HANDYMAN Applicants may
write to: PO Box CR-54512.
Handyman needed to work 5
days $200 per week Juvens
P.O.Box 3331.
Handyman needed to
work 5 days $200 per week
Juvens P.O.Box 3331.
HANDYMAN NEEDED.
TEL 636-5969.
HANDYMAN wanted, please
call: 1 (242) 332-3102

HANDYMAN WANTED. S150
per week. TEL (242)551-4072.
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.


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.
LIVE-IN LADY to assist elderly
and do light house work in An-
dros. Call 426-2783.
Live-in Housekeeper to care
for disabled teen.
Call 364-7070 after 5pm.
LIVE-IN MAID needed.
Mon-Fri. Tel 392-0705
NEEDED MESSENGER with a
valid drive's licence.
Tel 242-393-9322 for interview.

Feature Writer
Part-time and full-time for lead-
ing publishing house. Send re-
sume to: C001, c/o The Trib-
une, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau
Bahamas.
PART-TIME WAITER WITH
experience needed to work shift
hours at Dicky Mo's Restaurant,
Cable Beach. Call after 5pm
everyday except. Wednesday
327-1300.
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
NHC GROUP OF COMPANIES
We are presently looking for the
consummate professional.
Are you well organized, self-
motived, efficient in your duties,
experienced in health care,
knowledge of natural medicine
or herbs, articulate
Then you the right person for
the job! We are looking for you!
Only experience persons need
apply.
Tel 242-393-9322 for interview.
One Gardener 2 days a week
over 35 years of age. Write to
P.O.Box-N554 Nassau.
PART-TIME DRIVERS needed
for Heavy Truck. Must be avail-
able for nights and weekend.
Cali 394-8517.
PART-TIME HELPER needed
for heavy truck. Must be availa-
ble for nights and weekend.
Call 394-8517.
SECURITY OFFICERS need-
ed please apply.in writing at EE
.15616


GRILL COOK
SNORKEL GUIDES
MON THUR,
10;30AM 12 NOON
TEL 427-1083 "
PEARL ISLAND/NASSAU
HIRES
Cooks/Helper
Manuel Cashier
Snorkel Guides
Bartender
Stingray Guides
Call: Mon-Thur, 11.00-12 noon.
(242)427-1083
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.
PRINT: CASTING CALL -
FRESH Faces and voices are
needed Now! Local advertising
company is presenting casting
television, radio and print ads.
It's a fantastic opportunity to
make extra money. Minimal
time required. We are looking
for EVERY shape, size, color,
gender and age. Casting! Held
a British Colonial Hilton, Exuma
Room, Saturday, March 19 be-
tween 11am to 4pm. Please
note thee will be a $10 process-
ing fee. Minors must be accom-
panied by an adult.
PROFESSIONAL LADY with
experience in secretarial, office
procedures, basic accounting
and computer literate seeks po-
sition. 341-1373.
SALES CLERK FOR TOURIST
retail store EXPERIENCE in
sales is a must..Some comput-
er literacy & knowledge of cred-
it card sales is a plus. Seeking
responsible, honest, reliable
applicants ONLY. Please mail
to: PO Box N9400. Resume, (2)
work references, copy of first 4
pages of passport copy of re-
cent police certificate. Dead-
line. March 31st.
SALES LADY needed for Hat
Store. Salary with experience.
Phone: 325-5144.
SALES PERSON needed
(commission/bonus/car)
Serious inquires only.
Call: 558-8130 leave messag-
or e-mail resume to,
mariivnrose243 @ notmaii.com
Scuba Instructor/Dive Maste-
needed immediately for ou. is,
land Resort.
Call (242) 338-2051.

Yard Labourer/Handyman
needed. Please call-364-1989.
HANDYMAN/GARDENER
needed urgently
Applicants may Write to:
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Needed urgently a mature,
Christian lady to operate cloth-
ing store in a good location. Se-
rious inquires only, please ap-
ply. Call-341-7345 (after
6:30pm).
HOUSEKEEPER Needed
South Ocean area. Child care
and housework. Own
transportation required.
362-4076 9am to 9pm
Housekeeper/Babysitter
wanted please send resume to
P.O.Box N-763 attn. Mrs
Pearce.
AVON
Need extra cash? Become a
Direct Avon Rep and earn up to
50% Commission. size up to-
day for free.
Call 341-8173.
BSC DEGREE 20 years Ad-
ministrative experience/ HR
Management/Sales Executive
Preferably an established com-
pany.
Call -364-2322, 7-9am/pm.
COOK needed for a take away.
Call: 544-4025.
Crane Operator needed with
10 years operating experience.
Call: 357-3294 or 326-8424-6.
Do you need Avon to buy or
sell? Free delivery available
Call: 426-2751.
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
Receptionist/Tvpist
Professional firm has an imme-
diate Opening for a Reception-
ist Typist. The ideal candidate
must possess exceptional tele-
phone etiquette, good attitude,
ability to work independently or
as team member; must have
typewriting skills, of 50 w.p.m.
minimum; and must be profi-
cient in use of Windows 'xp' en-
vironment; and also proficient in
use of Microsoft Word, and Ex-
cel Software. Please Fax r6-
sume to 394-4458.
ENERGETIC AND MOTIVAT-
ED sales people needed for
Premiere Publication. Salary
and Commission. Experience a
major plus, a wonderful oppor-
tunity I Call 323-2201.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Treasure Cay community
foundation a non-profit charita-
ble organization (501- C-3),
needs a highly motivated, per-
sonable-individual with some
experience in office manage-
ment and and account-ing in
addition to filing, typing and
computer skills, the job decrip-
tion also requires found raising
skills including phone solicita-
tion person visits and creative
writing. The residency of he Ex-
ecutive Director will be in the
Treasure Cay Community
where an attractive office will
be provided. The work sched-
ule with 8 hours daily, Monday
thru Friday, all normal Baha-
mian holidays will be offered
along wth a liberal vacation
schedule. Annual Salary:
$45,000 to start.
Please email resume and cover
letter in confidence to:
exxact@wyoming.com


Help Wanted
Live in maid, wekends ONLY.
Call 362-1940 after 7:00 pm.
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.
Part-time Secretary
needed. The ideal candidate
must be Christian, mature,
computer literate, organized,


TUITION

FRENCH TUTOR
Young and dynamic easy and
funny. I go to your place.
Phone: 324-0340 ask for Lisa.


oat., wiarun tIin, eUUo
at 6:30am to 11:30am
Holy Cross Church, Soldier Rd.
& Highbury Pk. Household
items, clothing, books & misc.
Sites.
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articulate, proficient in Microsoft $10-$80.00 SIDEWALK SALE
office, project drive, self moti- HAIR SHINLES SATURDAY MARCH 19th
vated, honest, reliable and able TWISTING SATURDAY MARCH 19th
to multi-task. Please submit r6- CORN ROWS, ETC.
sume, two references letters, CALL 393-8201
police certificate and photo ID AR- IC ES
to: P.O.Box N-1099 or hand de- HOUSE & APARTMENT
liver to St Andrews Presbyteri- PLANS -F R SALE.
an Kirk. Available in different designs-
Phone 322-4128 2 BRAND NEW white whirlpool
SMALL START-UP company is 4 burner regular size gas
seeking a Sales Agent. Must be LOOK!!! LOOK!!! stoves for $500 each. Please
able to communicate well, ener- Commercial or Residential call 422-4170 or 424-0006
getic take initiative and be corn- Carpet Shampoo BABY CRIB (WHITE) $120
puter literate. Own transporta- $25.00 per room. BABY CRIB (WHITE) $120
tion required. Please fax r- Floor Buffing CARRIER/CAR SEAT/ STROL-
sume to: 356-7361 by Wednes- $25.00 per room. LER SET $135
day 16/3/05. Tiling and Grout Cleaning PLAY PEN $90
THE ITS GROUP RETAILERS Window Cleaning $3p.w. TWIN BED FRAME/ MAT-
OF FINE JEWELLRY Upholstery Cleaning TRESS $70
NEEDS SALE ASSOCIATES Office and Stores, Daily Jani- WHITE KING SZ FRAME $40
Requirements: torial Care. Tel 395-0422
Must be a mature Lady /team Water extraction. BABY CRIB WITH 6 DRAW-
player. Gift Certificate available ERS, NATURAL COLOUR. IN
One year or more experience Call Xtreme Clean. EXCELLENT CONDITION.
in sales and customer service Ph: 341-6633 or 324-7665 ASKING $350
environment. (all of The above are starting PHONE 364-4577, 454-6009.
Possess good conversational prices) BRAND NEWI
skills. BRAND NEW!
Self-motivated, energetic and SISTERLOCKS 19" TV $190
highly assertive. REPRESENTATIVE 13" TV $140
Good grooming and appear- Offering: SISTERLOCKS 300 Watt surround sound sys-
ence. A Revolutionary tern $235
P.O. Box SS-6327 New Natural Hair Management DVD player 75
Fax 326-1747. System Tel 477-6184.
Please call Tel 324-4792 Coconut Trees
URGENTLY needed. Mature, for Consultation A o nut Tee
responsible & honest lady to Also Sisterlocks Maintenance All sizes, all kinds, disease free.
care for young child & general by Appointment Only $25 and up.7
household chores. Mon Fri, Fax/Ph 324-6607
8:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m., Murphy COME HOMETO COFFEE TABLES w/slde ta-
Town, Abaco. Salary $160 per SISTERLOCKS! bles, lamps, dining room chairs,
week. Bahamians only need bles, lamps, dining rooin chars,
apply. Contact Mrs. V. Archer The Black Box Antique secretary desk, living
anytime after 6:30p.m. at Are you looking for a servicbedroom furniture, Authentic
(242)367-0265. that allows you to sit in the pr- Intl collectible dolls, throw rugs,
Wanted Project Manager vacyof your home or office to plant stands, 1 Cherry round
proficient in cost control, corn- handle private & confidential dining table/with chairs, picture
puter estimation and all aspect Floral Request frames, magazine racks and
of Construction Management. Entertainment Services lots more...
Must be able to travel to and Tel: 323-8789 9:30am-5:30pm
from the family Islands. Please Bill Payments.
reply to:he f amily Islands. Please Phone-395-063, 9am- 5pm. COLLEGE STUDENTS, WHY
reply to: Personne Manassau. PAY HIGH COST FOR BOOKS
P.O.Box SS-6208, Nassau. WHEN YOU CAN BUY USE
HELP WANTED TEXT BOOKS FOR LESS.
Handywoman needed CALL 341-1265.
Please call: 454-7698
RESTAURANt Easter Egg Baby Chicks
lMr Local and foreign..
BUSINESS BUSINESS FOR SALE Great gifts for your grand chil-
Here is a great opportunity to dren at Easter. $6.00 each.
pI prepare home cooked meals Ph/Fax 324-6007
Businss-HrricneWrnin -and cater to great customers of
Business Hurricane Warning all walks of life. Interested call ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE
Free estimate me at 322-7176 between the $150
*Clip-on*Colinal Bahamas, hours of 12 to 5pm. TELEVISION STAND $40
Roll-up Shutters NIGHT STAND $50
Alibaba Home Security DINETTE W/4 CHAIR $100
Ph/Fax:324-6007. CALL 326-8685 OR 502-1457
Look & Save!! PRIVATE TUTORING Fashion Jewlery at 50%0
Get your bathroom completely Learn to Read and Write off everything. Prices now start
design for Easter ALSO at $3 up to $15.
Only $150.00 Math and English. Call 326-6910 after 6pm. to
Call Ms. Brown at 341-8828 af- ADULTS ONLY. view.
ter 6pm. CALL 361-0317.


11 FR AIF FLORAL


3 19 INCH TV FOR SALE
$100 EACH. 364-5648

FOR SALE
1 BABY CRIB & MATTRESS
$125.00
1 High chair $50.00
1 Playpen $50.00
1 Hand held vacuum cleaner
$25.00
Call- 327-7672.
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
FOR SALE
4-Burner Kenmore apt. size
$175
32" TV JVC excellent color
$500
Euricka vacuum cleaner
$175.00
Plate/pots/knives/forks $2.75
each
Toaster $15
New born baby pampers 160ct
$32
New 4 baby dressers $35
4x2 1/2 wooden glass case TV
stand with computer $180
Dish/receiver $150
Phone 361-5916/535-8485.
CASH & CARRY
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 @ 394-2261
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.

ITEMS FOR SALE
1. Game Cube, two controls, 6
ames & memory card $200
. A/C Unit $200
3. Iron Canopy bed frame $200
4. Home Stereo $300
361-3636/426-6838


Saturday, 19th, March, 2005.
7am to 11am
Global Village Christian Center
Queens Colege Campus.

Laser Printer for sale
Texas Instruments Microlaser
Pro 600
2 letter paper trays (12 ppm)
$175.00
Phone: 393-0715/535-5702
LISTER GENERATOR 65
AMPs single phase 110/200volt
$500. Tel 362-2624. Rod.
PANSAT PROGMMING
$60 6-months
$35 month. Call 544-0713.
FOR SALE
Furniture beds & appliances
Bamboo Town, South Beach
Saturday March 19, 2005 10
am 1 pm. Phone: 324-7816.
MOVING SALE
Almost new. 12ct Fridge $350
stove w/1001b gas tank $400.
Call 535-9455.
Must sell Love Seat and
Couch $400.00
China Cabinet (Curio) Like new
-$500.00. Call-558-5467.
NEW ELECTRICAL STOVE
$450 obo. Tel 341-7502.
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
PET SALE
Male Shih Tzu Dog, seven
months old, had all shots,
healthy and well groomed.
Price $500.00. Tel: 393-1109.

Rare Readers Digest and Na-
tional Geographic
From 1943 to 1998 from $5.00.
Ph/Fax 324-6007
Ratten Queen sofa bed, TV
stand, end table, bar stool and
area rug.
All for $700 O.N.O.
Call 326-6910 after 6pm to
view.
SALE
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.
SATELLITE DISH $55
322-2129 Page 380-7023
SIFTED SOIL $4 PER BAG
NATIVE STONES,
BOULDERS.
CALL 328-5184,
MON-SAT, 9-5PM.


FORMER NASSAU RESI-
DENT, VETERINARY SUR-
GEON, AVAILABLE TO CARE
TAKE HOUSE AND/OR PETS.
MARCH/APRIL, 2006
PHONE:327-4374.


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Vista Bela, Cable Math
Top floor condo in a gated beach front complex with swimming
pool and private beach. This 1,600 sq. ft. turn-key unit features
2 bedrooms; 2 baths, gorgeous sea and sunset views, central air,
modern kitchen and a large balcony perfect for outdoor dining.
Located in the popular Cable Beach area with shopping, fine
dining, hotels and casino.
Reduced to $399,000. Internet Ref. #5571


Bayroc, Cable teach
Spectacular, seventh floor penthouse in an exclusive and beau-
tifully landscaped, gated beach front complex. This 3,400 sq. ft.
home enjoys 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, views of the ocean, keyed
elevator entry, central air, Granite kitchen, family room, study, top-
of-the-line appliances and a large wrap around balcony.
Amenities include tennis courts, pool and a private beach.
Offered at $1.6 million. Internet Ref. #4501


Prospect Ridge I
Beautiful condo overlooking the ocean and golf course. This
1,200 sq. ft. unit features 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, ceramic tiled
floors, hurricane shutters, new ceiling fans and balcony.
Amenities of the complex include a swimming pool and back-up
generator. Located in the popular Cable Beach area with shop-
ping, find dining, hotels, casino and beaches.
Offered at $250,000. Internet Ref. #5731


Just Listed! #R723 Sea Beach Estates: Partly furnished, 2 story
townhouse with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. $2,000 per month
Just Listed! #R722 Paradise Island: Turn-key beachfront
villa overlooking the beach with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.
$2,000 per month
#S147 Prospect Ridge: Stunning 2 bed, 2 bath condo.
$2,500 per month
#R708 Olde Towne at Sandyport: -Designer furnished 1 bed,
1.5 bath condo with marina and sea views. $2,300 per month
#R582 Mount Vernon: Furnished 2 bed, 2 bath apartment
with central air. $2,500 per month
#R429 Sandyport: State-of-the-art, 3 story executive home
with 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, wrap around balconies, private
pool, gazebo and dock space. $7,200 per month


Just Listed! #5736 Westridge Estates: 23,479 sq. ft.
homesite. $230,000
#5730 Nassau East: 9,000 sq. ft. homesite. $84,000
Exclusive! #5485 Ridgeway: Superb homesite with 12,608
sq. ft. $120,000
Exclusive #5695 Twynam Heights: 10,442 sq. ft. residential
lot. $96,000
#5726 Westridge: 1.42 acre hilltop property with views of the
lake. $264,000
Exclusive! #5569 Ridgeway: 14,839 sq. ft. hilltop lot with
views of the sea and Nassau's Harbour. $198,000
#5385- Tropical Gardens: 8,665 sq. ft. residential lot. $71,000
Exclusive! #5560 Westridge Estates: Incredible, wooded
lake front lot comprising 1.2 acres. $395,000




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