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Dr Rodney Smith


steps down


*'By ADRIAN GIBSON
COLLEGE of the Bahamas
president Dr Rodney Smith
officially resigned from his post
yesterday.
According to a well-placed
COB source, a letter was circu-
lated around the campus
iiforming the faculty and staff
o6 Dr Smith's resignation.
The source told The Tribune
jEBht immediately after leaving
p s a s VrTnt' A1tfion on
,ursday, the rumour mill at
gCB was spinning about Dr
Smith's impending departure.
Dr Smith's letter is said to
iave thanked the students, the
itaff and the faculty for their
;onfidence and support during
is tenure. He was said to have





;P;OLICE reported that
tht bEdy of a 47-year-old
Canadian manwas found in
pool on Paradise Island.
on Wednesday.
.: The body of the man,
?who'police say apparently
drowned, was discovered
"floating in the pool at the
Motfe Carlo Apartments.
The discovery was made.
around 3pm.
: According to police
inspector Evans, there was
tno visible signs of trauma,
,and foul play is not suspect-
at this time.


* DR RODNEY SMITH


concluded his letter by telling
them that "it is time for me to
move on."
Another source told The Tri-
bune that although no confir-
mation could be made of Dr
Smith's resignation "the special
advisory panel suggested that
the college council seek his res-
ignation."
The source said that "the
council's announcement today
would, show that they are in
sync with the panel as they
agreed that Dr Smith should
immediately tender his resigna-
tion. There are some very
strong elements on the council
who are strongly opposed to
this serious intellectual
offence."
Dr Smith became embroiled
in a plagiarism scandal in late
May, after he delveredasic h
at the college's honours co vo-
catio:p ceremony. In his speech,
Dr Smith had included as his
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* GEORGE TURNQUEST
welcomes the public with
open arms at the grand
opening of the new Starbucks
in the.Marina Village,
Atlantis.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/
Tribune staff)

* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
' --THE..tist Starbucks store in
the Bahamas opened'itsdoors--
two months faster than any
new. market in the $6 billion
chain's history, President of
Starbucks Coffee Internation-
al for Latin America William
Hendrix said at the chain's rib-
bon cutting ceremony yester-
day.
Starbucks, located at
Atlantis' Marina Village, is a
landmark for the chain's pres-
ence in the Bahamas, the
smallest market in which Star-
bucks has opened.
Starbucks plans to continue
its commitment to "corporate.
social responsibility" by estab-
lishing a committee to make
donations on a quarterly basis
to various youth organizations
in the country.
Fred Hazlewood, president
of Coffee Cay Limited,
explained how his company
SEE page 11


Director appointments in

bid to diversify tourism
By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
THE Ministry of Tourism is reinforcing its
- stable..Qf directors in an effort to diversify the
country's numb5ie one industry.by going after,
in some cases, "neglected" multi-million-dollar.-
markets, Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe
told The Tribune yesterday.
The ministry, he said, has appointed and
plans to appoint directors in charge of areas
such as sports, tourism, weddings and group
tourism and other areas "critical to the tourism
business."
"Groups have become big business in
tourism and you will notice that we have passed
legislation to bolster this sector. We cannot sit
idly and allow these opportunities to pass us by.
We have appointed someone responsible for
project development and we have someone
who is responsible for our special projects
which are expected to include the horses in
Abaco and capitalising on Columbus' landfall
in San Salvador.
"What we want is to develop more tourism
sites because we want to increase spending in
our market," said the minister.
The ministry has reappointed a person to
take up the position of director for Canada
and also filled a vacant position in London.
SEE page 11


* By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
A YOUNG man has come forward to
apologise for misleading the .publicaand
lying to the police in the case of the two-
year-old boy who was reported to have
been found abandoned on Monday at the
Fox Hill Emancipation celebrations.
Late last night, the man telephoned The
Tribune. Wanting to remain anonymous,
he claimed that the circumstances sur-
rounding the toddler were much more
complex than previously reported. It had
been reported that the child had been
abandoned at the Fox Hill parade where
emancipation day celebrations were being
held. Police were calling for the child's
mother to come forward.
The man said the child's mother brought
the toddler to his house about three weeks
ago claiming that she needed someone to
look after him for "just a minute" while
she went to the store for some pampers.
The caller said the woman is, or was,
the girlfriend of one of his friends, who is
now in prison.
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Members of the Potter's Cay
Dock Market Enhancement
Committee visited the dock yes-
terday to inspect areas of con-
cern.
The committee, which com-
prises various relevant govern-
ment agencies and vendor asso-
ciation representatives and pri-
vate sector stakeholders, aims
to redevelop Potter's Cay into
an enhanced family-oriented
Bahamian public market with
access to all modern-day facili-
ties, infrastructure and conve-
niences, which will allow the
various users and stakeholders
to co-exist in a commercially
successful atmosphere that is
safe and friendly to the envi-
ronment.


Parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Health and the Environment and committee chairman
Ron Pinder, chairman of the Potter's Cay Dock Fish, Fruit, Vegetable and Conch Vendors Associ-
ation Dayrrl Butler, general manager of eco-tourism at ithe Ministry of Tourism Sheila Cox, and
the association's deputy chairman Winston Beckles.
(BIS photo: Eric Rose)


Security upped at airport



to prevent parking scam
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* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
SECURITY at the Nassau
International Airport (NIA)
parking lot is set to be increased
to ensure that unscrupulous dri-
vers do not escape paying the
correct fees.
Joseph Reckley, deputy gen-
eral manager of the Airport
Authority, told The Tribune
that officials have been con-
cerned that a number of drivers
are taking advantage of the cur-
rent parking system and there-
fore damaging NIA's revenue
intake.
Mr Reckley explained that
when a driver loses his parking
ticket, he or she simply has to
pay a fee of $15, as the exact
time period that the vehicle has
been parked in the airport's lot
cannot be determined.
"It has come to our attention
that some people, whose vehicle
has been in parked in lot for a
length of time, maybe even a


week, pretend that they have
lost their tickets, as the $15 fee
is cheaper to pay than the actu-
al parking fee," he said.
At $6.50 per day, a week
would cost a driver $45.50.
Mr Reckley said this problem
has become a particular focus
of attention for the Airport
Authority following last week's
holiday weekend.
"We just had an incident, day
before yesterday, where a man
was in the process of produc-
ing his ticket and then when he
realised the fee he had to pay,
simply said that he had lost his
ticket."
He refused to get out of the
car and demanded that his vehi-
cle be allowed to leave the
premises," Mr Reckley said.
To resolve the situation, he
said, security officers had to be
called to search the car for the
ticket.
Mr Reckley said tie Airport
Authority has held meetings to
determine the best solution to


the problem.
"We've talked about increas-
ing the fee for a lost ticket to
maybe $60, a high fee so it could
serve as a deterrent.
"On the other hand, that
would mean that innocent per-
sons, those who really have lost
their tickets would have to pay
the same fee," he said.
Mr Reckley said that the
authority has been hesitant to
increase the fee, as it does not
want to penalise "honest peo-
ple."
"We really do not want to
charge such a hefty fee and
thereby make it difficult for
some people to find the money
to pay for it," he said.
A further initiative, the
authority's deputy general man-
ager said, is the installation of
cameras at NIA's parking lots.
"We feel that security cam-
eras will help us with our prob-
lem. The cameras will be able to
pick up all the parked vehicles.
And during down-times,


between 11.30pm and midnight,
we are looking towards having a
guard physically go into the
parking lot and take down the
information on all the vehicles,"
he said.
Mr Reckley explained that
following a claim of a lost ticket,
security guards will then be able
to check the records and deter-
mine the time period in which a
vehicle has been parked in the
airport lot, and charge the dri-
ver the appropriate fee.
"This initiative is something
which we did in the past, but
had to stop due to a lack of
man-power. We are,, however,
now looking into re-establish-
ing this procedure," he said.

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THE TEUUNE FRDAY, AGUST t


Second inquiry launched




into cancer cases claim


* By ADRIAN GIBSON
PUBLIC Health director Dr Baldwin
Carey said he has launched an investiga-
tion into the claims of an increase in cancer
cases in Andros.
His department is the second government
agency to announce such an inquiry in as
many weeks.
Speaking with The Tribune yesterday, Dr
Carey said the claims surfacing over the
last few weeks of cancer cases in persons
affiliated with the US Navy's AUTEC base
are "essentially a public health issue."
He explained that the allegations prompt-
ed him to immediately request a review by
his staff in Andros "as to the instance of
cancer cases at certain residential points,
and to know where people worked and their
working environment."
Dr Carey said that although he has
received a report from officials in Andros,
its contents cannot yet be made public as a
"complete analysis" of the situation must
first be undertaken.
Two weeks ago, an Andros resident said
locals have noticed a disproportionate num-
ber of cancer cases among persons who
lived near or worked at the AUTEC base.


The claim was picked up by North
Eleuthera lawyer Lloyd Johnson who said
the same thing had been noticed around a
US Navy base in Governor's Harbour,
Eleuthera that closed in 1980.

Allegations

Last week, Ambassador for the Environ-
ment and Bahamas Environment Science
and Technology (BEST) Commission chair-
man Keod Smith spoke about the Andros
cancer claims.
Appearing on the ZNS talkshow Imme-
diate Response on July 29, Mr Smith said he
found the allegations suggesting that the
US Navy may have caused cancer cases
extremely worrying.
He said that it is his duty to know and
understand what is happening at the bases in
question.
In an August 3 appearance on Immediate
Response, Environmental Health parlia-
mentary secretary Ron Pinder told the
nation that a full investigation was being
launched into the claims.
Yesterday, Dr Carey told The Tribune
that his department had heard no specific


allegations about Eleuthera.
"It is unlike the case in Andros where
specific allegations were occurring in a spe-
cific area."
He said therefore that no investigation
has been launched in Eleuthera.
Reminded that Mr Johnson cited James
Cistern and Palmetto Point as Eleuthera
settlements where cancer increases had been
noted, Dr Carey said: "We cannot respond
to individual statements by people free to
make them."
"Because some gentleman is up there
making these allegations that is not medical
science.
"This base closed 15 to 20 years ago and
I have not been officially informed of these
incidents, all I see is some man in the paper
saying it happened; this is not scientific,"
he said.
"We received monthly reports from staff
there (in Eleuthera) and we don't know of
any clusters of cancer cases and these usu-
ally stand out," Dr Carey said.
Asked about the proposed investigations
by Keod Smith and Ron Pinder, he said
that he cannot respond to their activities,
and that "they are not physicians and can
investigate whatever they want."


* CYNTHIA Pratt addressing workers of Bahamas Food Services on Wednesday
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/ Tribune Staff)



Strikers return to work



after meeting with PM


GAS prices jumped to $4
across the Family Islands and
soared to well above this
mark in Grand Bahama yes-
terday.
In New Providence, prices
rose yesterday by an aver-
age of $0.19 bringing it to
$3.89 a gallon.
According to the Minister
of Trade and Industry Leslie
Miller, the price of gasoline
in Grand Bahama is above
$4.38.
Mr Miller joked that hope-
fully the PetroCaribe accord
will be passed before the
.prices reached $5 a gallon.


By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter

EMPLOYEES of Bahamas
Food Services are all back to
work after dozens of them
protested in front of Prime Min-
ister Perry Christie's office on
Wednesday.
The employees had said they
were afraid that their jobs were
in jeopardy because the pro-
posed sale of the company
might not come through.
They alleged that the deal
might be being held up by gov-
ernment.
According to employee
spokesmen, repeated requests
for an audience with Prime
Minister Christie were ignored.
The employees said that on
Wednesday they became des-
perate and tried as a group to
see Mr Christie,, but were
stopped by police.
Both Deputy Prime Minister
Cynthia Pratt and Youth Sports
Minister Neville Wisdom, tried
to placate the crowd, with Mrs
al a Pratt promising that she would
personally arrange a meeting
Providers" for five spokesperson and Mr
Christie.
That meeting had been
scheduled for 10am yesterday.
- The Director of Operations
at Bahamas Food Service Phil
S Lightbourne told The Tribune
NW that all the staff members were
back at work and everything
was back to normal.
Mr Lightbourne said he pre-


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ferred not to comment on the
employee's actions but said he
understood that they are con-
cerned about their livelihoods.
He confirmed that the com-
pany has been in sale negotia-
tions with the US-based com-
pany Sysco Foods for at least
two years, but said the negotia-
tions have gone slowly for a
variety of reasons.
Mr Lightbourne said the
company's main concern is to
ensure that it remains able to
meet the demands of its cus-
tomers.
He explained that Bahamas
Food Service is a family based
company which carries its own
challenges and concerns.
Although The Tribune con-
firmed that the meeting did take
place, no employees were avail-
able to discuss its outcome.


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A matter of hypocrisy and prejudice


SIR Stafford Sands, a former finance minis-
ter of the Bahamas and the father of our finan-
cial system, has been removed from the
Bahamas $10 bank note, because during his
era he belonged to a white "racist party".
Sir Lynden Pindling, a former prime minister
and architect of majority rule, who for 25 years
headed a black racist party in which suspicion
between the races was kept alive, is on the
Bahamas' $1 bank note. And there he remains.
Is there any logical reason short of
hypocrisy and prejudice that Sir Stafford
should go, and Sir Lynden stay?
After the radio talk show last-week-in which-
most of the callers condemned government's
decision to remove Sir Stafford's image from
the bank note, a Bahamian telephoned to
remind us of the racist victimisation carried
out at Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera, when not only
were the foreign scientists fired from the once
successful dairy farm, but so were all white
Bahamians, and black FNM supporters. With
them went years of agricultural experience.
The Pindling government replaced them-with
inexperienced black supporters, Sir Lynden
having the good humour to promise that his
appointee, a banker, would deliver "the great-
est success story" in Bahamian agricultural his-
tory. Alice Town residents in the simple faith of
Out Island people, believed him.
Government took over the farm having
squeezed the foreign owners out in 1975. By
1985, the "greatest success story" closed, "mur-
dered" as then Opposition leader Hubert
Ingraham told the House, by an "incompe-
tent, wasteful" government "in cold blood and
in broad daylight."
The rejoicing of Alice Town, Hatchet Bay,
residents in "we black government" quickly
ended when the farm closed and they were
out of work.
Hatchet Bay had been destroyed by waste,
incompetence and racial and political preju-
dice a handful of party hacks, using mil-
lions of the taxpayers' money to play at chick-
en farming.
Another caller to last week's radio.show
was of the opinion that "blacks are more racists
than whites", even prejudiced "against their
own". He recalled the words of Sir Clement
Maynard, then deputy prime minister in the
Pindling government, at a rally in 1986 when he
told supporters that he was only taking care of
"PLP's from here on in, I ain't looking at
nobody else."
But what the caller forgot was the D'Arcy
Ryan case. This was the case of Canadian
D'Arcy Ryan who married a Bahamian


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woman, became a Belonger, had Bahamian
children and lived all of his working life in the
Bahamas. After Independence in 1973 when
nationality became an issue, Mr Ryan applied
to be registered as a Bahamian citizen. His
application was denied by Sir Clement May-
nard, then Home Affairs Minister with immi-
gration in his portfolio. Mr Ryan appealed his
case to the Privy Council.
Forced by the courts to list his reasons for
concluding that Mr Ryan was "not of good
behaviour" and, therefore should not be a cit-
izen, Sir Clement stated-as one of his reasons: -
_'iMr Ryan is a racist because he evidenced
contempt and racial prejudice towards Bahami-
ans who are black," about which he spoke
"words which are racially disparaging."
In the course of the trial it was alleged that
Mr Ryan once used the "n" word to a Bahami-
an, a word that black Bahamians use towards
each other as often as they draw breath. But
out of Mr Ryan's mouth it was enough to with-
hold citizenship. Mr Ryan's other failing was
that he was an FNM who had the temerity at
one time to offer for political office and speak
his mind.
Four years later Sir Clement's brother was
using the same word against two police con-
stables, who took him to court charged with
obscene and abusive language. PLP Senator
Dud Maynard had threatened to beat the
"blackness" out of the officers. He was quoted
as saying: "Look at this next big, black, stupid .
a..." And to the second officer, he said: "You
are a next black, stupid, fool. .L amgoing.,to..
report all of you dogs to the Police Commis-
sioner."
In his own defence Senator Maynard could
not understand why the officers should get
"vex" after all if they were black, they were
black. He was only telling the truth. He did
not consider his words racially disparaging.
He was found guilty, but was given an
absolute discharge.
Mr Ryan, who denied he ever called anyone
a "nigger" or that he ever entertained any
racial prejudice against any Bahamian, was
denied citizenship.
The Bahamas is a land of "different strokes
for different folks". It is a land in which preju-
dice, ignorance and hypocrisy reign supreme.
Are our people so supine that they will not
raise their voices to stop this mad unfairness?
This is what Senator Moss should be focus-
ing on rather than asking silly questions about
why white Bahamians stay away from public
functions. If he were sensitive to recent history
there would be no need to ask the question.


Removal is





a decision





of stupidity


EDITOR, The Tribune
HARDLY seven days ago
none other than the Vice Pres-
ident of the Senate, Senator
Rev CB Moss complained that
the minority group, those who
pertain not to be of African
extraction, are not participat-
ing in civic events.
Well, The Central Bank Of
The Bahamas, whoever decides
as to who appears on the front
of our currency has without any
doubt completed a further act
of stupidity by deciding to
replace the image of Sir Stafford
Sands on the front of the $10.00
bill and return Her Majesty
Queen Elizabeth II to that note.
Julian Francis bu-sh crack
gone to Grand Bahama Port
Authority, but under his lead-


ership as Governor of The Cen-
tral Bank obviously this deci-
sion was made.
Was it Julian Francis' deci-
sion? Who actually does over-
see what goes on currency
notes? Was it CB Moss' own
government, its Cabinet, that
decided to remove Sir Stafford?
Why? Sands was a Bahamian.
It is interestiiig Obie Wilc iT-"
combe, over the past three-plus
years has many, many times
referred to Sir Stafford Sands
most favourably. So what is the
real story?
It is infantile, naive small acts


like this that separate our com-
munity are we trying to alter
history to suit what one ethnic
group wishes to hear and see?
Sir Stafford Sands was cho-
sen by a legally elected Gov-
ernment, totally legitimately so
why at the first chance to change
things does some stupid idiot
decide to play the race-card?
Senator Moss might wish to
explain, if of course he can,
because all I see is pettiness of
the first order imbedded in
reverse racism. Could it be that
is why they don't participate in
p.iblic -nesTTIifdeyd6'twish
to be caught up in this stupidity.
I agree totally.


B FERGUSON
Nassau
July 27 2005


The passport situation



raises question of law


EDITOR, The Tribune
THE Ministry of Foreign
Affairs responsible for passports
issued a response concerning
the UK requirements of
machine readable passports and
if a visitor does not have one,
that visitor is required to be
photographed and fingerprint-
ed. It seems all of this is volun-
tary.
Interesting is that the perma-
nent ssecretary of Foreign
Affairs, Dr Patricia Rodgers,
corifirms that a tender has gone
ouf for-mnachine,'ieadable pass-
ports, and I quote here to pro-
duce this type (machine read-
able passports) of travel docu-
ment for Bahamians. She said
the tender is for machine-read-
able passports with such bio-
metric features as fingerprints.
On the front page of The Nas-
sau Guardian, the Ministry of
Labour and Immigration is stat-
ing that the taking of finger-
prints of employees is illegal.
Can someone in government
please advise on what is the
law? I have always understood
that the taking of fingerprints
is only legal when a person has
been arrested for a crime.
By the way, before writing I
checked on the Internet to see
what our sister CARICOM
governments have been doing
- Suriname, St Vincent,
Grenada, Jamaica and St Lucia
have all recently updated their


passports to current ICAO stan-
dards and none have required
that their citizens will -be.
required to have their finger-
prints taken. Yes even Jamaica
and that says a lot!
We can travel to the US on a
valid Bahamian passport and a
police certificate if the US
accepts that, why is Mr Mitchell
insisting on us being finger-
printed?
I have nothing to hide, how-
ever if the law is the law on fin-


gerprinting then the govern-
ment is going to have to go to a
- referendum,-repeaL the-law and
face the political consequences.
I so recall the noise over a
thumb print on driver's licences
that Tennyson Wells proposed,
which was cancelled owing to
public outcry and an under-
standing of the law.
M SIMMONDS
Nassau
July 23 2005


Praise for honesty


in the Bahamas


Bahamas

Depoint Prince harles Dri
.......Depot Prince Charles Drive


EDITOR, The Tribune
WE would be obliged if you
would kindly publish in your
daily circulation the enclosed
letter of commendation from
Lori B Emmons, a recent visitor
to the Bahamas.
Thank you for your usual
assistance in helping us to pro-
mote a positive image of our
tourist industry.
JEWEL SMITH
Assistant Manager,
Visitor Relations Unit, .
Bahamas Ministry of
Tourism.


Bahamas Immigration
Department
Director of Immigration.
Dear Sir,


I am writing regarding Vonet-
ta Nicola Darling-Flowers.
I was in The Bahamas in
April. I was very fortunate to
have gone through her station
when I entered the country. I
had not realized that I left my
purse behind until I reached the
hotel.
- I went back panicked and she
had retrieved it and put it away
for safekeeping. Not only did
she do that, she tracked down
the hotel where I was staying.
Needless to say, I was so
relieved it made my entire stay
a delight.
So a million thanks to that
honest and special young
woman.
LORI B EMMONS
903-B Village Circle
Newark, Delaware 19713
USA
July 26 2005


Scaremonerlng


on PetroCaribe


consequences


with one shot by none other
than the US Congress, as cer-


YESTERDAY The US tainly if the US were annoyed
Congress approved up and with any government openly
down the Central America involved with Venezuela and
Free Trade Agreement their PetroCaribe deal the US
(CAFTA) which brings would have declined to
together Central America include that country the
and the Dominican Republic Dominican Republic was
(why The Bahamas was not included in CAFTA and the
there shows our lack of pro- Dominican Republic is part;
active foreign policy, please of PetroCaribe.
note Minister of Foreign Just waiting to see the high,
Affairs) into a free trade bloc. BEC energy charge to go
Guesss who is also iniithe d6wnifid sometime Iinthe
PetroCaribe alliance with future the price at the gas
Venezuela? The Dominican pumps.
Republic. I have read the Clearly there is no per-
detailed reports of the argu- ceived or shown anti-US
ments in Congress that the stance by the Bahamas being
US was correct to create involved in PetroCaribe -
CAFTA as there was the the proof is in that the
ever-strong presence of the Dominican Republic was
Chinese cheque-book, not a accepted as a member of the
word about Chavez or Petro- CAFTA.
Caribe.
The scare argument of The H RAHMING
iassauinsitiite and others Nassau
seems to have been shot down July 28 2005


EDITOR, The Tribune














Foreign hotel manager hits out at




standard of service in Bahamas


* By KARAN MINNIS
GOOD service and hospital-
ity is hard to find in the
Bahamas, according to Thomas
Rosati, vice president of opera-
tions at the Nassau Palm Hotel.
Speaking yesterday at the
official signing of an industrial
agreement between the
Bahamas Hotel Catering and
Allied Workers Union
(BHCAWU) and the manage-
ment of the Nassau Palm Hotel,
Mr Rosati said that it is more
difficult to get service levels up
in the Bahamas than in any oth-
er part of the world.
"I wish the union would do
more to support improving hos-
pitality rather than helping an
employee that is not working
toward this focus," he said. "My
business cannot survive with out
good hospitality, it's that impor-
tant."
Responding to Mr Rosati's
comments, BHCAWU presi-
dent Pat Bain said: "This union
has been pushing the agenda on
hospitality training and we
would like to work with the
Nassau Palm on this issue.".
"By and large, the employ-
ees in this industry have always
gone the extra mile to provide
excellent service," he said. "I
am tired of people labelling the
entire industry, when there are
persons who are hard working
in this area."
The four-year contact, which
will affect 49 workers at the
Nassau Palm Hotel, now
includes a petition plan that was
never implemented into the
previous contract, as well as
increases in gratuity for house-,
keepers.
According to Mr Rosati, "the


* THE signing of the offical contract agreement between BHCAWU and management of the Nas-
sau Palm Hotel: Quebell Rolle, first vice president of Bahamas Hotel Catering Allied Workers
Union; Pat Bain president of union; Harcourt Brown, director of labour; Thomas Rosat, vice-presi-
dent of Nassau Palm Hotel; and Larry Williams, general manager of Nassau Palm Hotel.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/ Tribune Staff)


process of working out the con-
tract was a bit lengthy, but it
was worthwhile."
"I am confident that there
will be more issues that will pop
up in the next year or so, but I
am confident that they will be
handle things quickly," he
added.
Qiebell Rolle, first vice pres-
ident of the BHCAWU said:
"We are happy to be here to
complete this industrial agree-
ment. In this second agreement
we have made some changes to
the language to bring it up to


date and we also implement
new policies that were not pre-
sent in the first agreement."
Mr Rolle pointed out that he
could not say the same about
the Holiday Inn Sun Spree
Resort on Paradise Island,
which is also run by the man-
agers of the Nassau Palm.
"The Sun Spree hotel is a
challenge for us," he said.
"I believe that by using the
same spirit that we settled this
agreement, our relationship will
be better to settle an agreement
about Sun Spree," said Mr Rolle.


* Julian Francis,
co-chairman and
CEO of Grand
Bahama Port
Authority;
Franklyn Wilson,
COB council
chairman;
Governor
General Dame
Ivy Dumont;
Education
Minister Alfred
Sears and Lady
Henrietta St
George.
(Photo: Denise
Maycockl
Tribune Staff)


Praise for



St George at



Ceremony


FREEPORT A flew $4
million northern campus of
the College of the Bahamas
will be built on 220 acres of
land donated by the Grand
Bahama Port Authority at
Liicaya Estates on Grand
Bahama Highway.
Education Minister Alfred
Sears and COB council chair-
man Franklyn Wilson were
in Grand Bahama Thursday
at the ground breaking for
the construction of a 17,000
square foot state-of-the-art
building complex.
They both praised the late
Port Authority chairman
Edward St George for his
generous contribution to
education and his persistent
interest in bringing COB to
university-status in Grand
Bahama.
Ground was official bro-
ken by Mr Wilson, Mr Sears,
Lady Henrietta St George,
co-chairman and CEO of the
Grand Bahama Port Author-
ity Julian Francis and Gov-
ernor-General Dame Ivy
Dumont. Port Authority
principals Sir Jack Hayward
and Sir Albert Miller were
also present.
While the current campus
in Freeport caters to 500 stu-
dents, the new facility will
double the institution's
capacity. The new campus is
expected to be completed in
the second half of 2007.
Jackson Burnside Limited


has been contracted to carry
out construction in two phases.
The first buildings con-
structed will be classrooms
and administration and
library facilities.
The new campus will allow
students to complete bache-
lor and master degree pro-
grammes without travelling
to New Providence.
The northern campus is
the result of the strategic
public-private sector part-
nership between COB and
the Port Authority.
Mr Wilson said that prior
to his death, Mr St George
travelled to New Providence
to meet with him on plans
for the college in Freeport.
Mr St George initially
secured a 50-acre grant to the
institution and influenced the
move by the Port Authority
to increase this by an addi-
tional 170 acres.
"We are indeed very
appreciative of the partner-
ship of the Grand Bahama
Port Authority under the
chairmanship of Mr St
George," Mr Sears said.
"Throughout his life in the
Bahamas, St George's gen-
erosity was personal and con-
stant. He believed there was
no better investment than in
the education of the youth of
a country," he added.
The northern campus will
focus on engineering, com-
munications and technology.


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Mr Bain said he feels that
management practices at that
hotel need to change.
"There maybe differences
culturally in the way we oper-
ate," he said, adding that "the
whole culture of foreign man-
agement in the Bahamas needs
to be reviewed."
The union president said he
has mentioned this fact to the
appropriate government offi-
cials and hopes that a orienta-
tion for foreign managers will
be adopted.
"We are not in the business
of trying to get people out of
this country," he said. "We
rather work with them. If an
orientation programme is to be
put in place, then I believe there
will be better management and
negotiational communication
throughout the industry."


WATER AND SEWERAGE CORPORATION

POSITION AVAILABLE FOR

COMMERCIAL MANAGER ELEUTHERA

Applications are invited for suitably qualified and experienced individuals for
the position of Commercial Manager with the Corporation's Eleuthera operations.
This is a Management position.

The duties the Commercial Manager will be expected to perform include but
are not limited to maintaining collection efficiency standards, monitoring new
connections ensuring that charges are billed, fees are paid, orders generated/
carried out forwarded to the Corporation's Head Office for billing within agreed
time frames. Control cashiering activities in so much as cash draws are closed,
balacing reports prepared and approved, monies deposited, and reports forwarded
to the head office. Documents via work-orders all disconnections, reconnections,
and service requests, inclusive of fees payable. Assist in the administration of
local supplier accounts and handling of petty cash and floats.

Required Qualifications and Experience
Successful candidates must possess a minimum of the following qualifications
and experience:
BSc. Degree in Accounting or other relevant field of Business
Management from an accredited College or University and a minimum
of five (5) years post qualifying management level experience in similar
work with a similar organization.
Demonstration of having obtained average marks in one sitting of the
Certified Public Accountants (CPA) exams of 60% for all subjects OR
successful completion of at least two subjects OR equivalent results in
other comparable professional examinations.

Required Skills:
Good analytical skills
Good human relations skills
Ability to work without supervision.
Good computer skills
Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing
Ability to train support staff
Good accounting and business management skills
Good interpersonal skills

Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Interested persons may obtain application forms from the Coropration's Human
Resources Division, #87 Thompson Boulevard, P.O.Box N-3905, Nassau
Bahamas or from any of the Corporation's operational office located on the
respective Island. The application form together with a detailed resume must
be returned to the Corporation;s Human Resources Division not later than
August 12 2005. Only qualified applicants need apply.


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Anti-terror course



sponsored by US


A US-sponsored anti-terror-
ism programme graduated 32
Bahamians on July 29.
Participants of the two-week
long Anti-terrorism Programme
on Aviation Security Manage-
ment, held at the Police Train-
ing College on Thompson
Boulevard, included personnel
from the Ministry of Transport,
the Royal Bahamas Police
Force, the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force and the Depart-
ment of Civil Aviation.
The training was funded by
the US Department of State
through the Bureau of Diplo-
matic Security and marked the
second in a series of anti-ter-
rorism training programmes
funded by the US government.
US Ambassador John Rood
presented certificates and in his
brief remarks congratulated the
participants for successfully


* ASSISTANT Commissioner Allan Gibson, Ambassador
Rood and Deputy Commandant of the Police Training College
Rodney McKenzie, flanked by the course participants.


completing the training that will
help to make air travel safer for
passengers and cargo. Assis-
tant Commissioner of Police
Allan Gibson, and Assistant


Superintendent and Deputy
Commandant of the Police
Training College Rodney
McKenzie, also delivered
remarks.


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Award for service

Delino Moss joined more than 100 Sandals and
Beaches resorts butlers from Nassau, Jamaica,
Antigua, St Lucia and Turks and Caicos who
underwent a vigorous training and certification
from the Guild of Professional English Butlers.
"I am trained to think on my own and make
decisions that are best fitted to the needs of my
guests," Delino said.
He said that what he enjoys most about his job
is the fact that he is able to make a positive dif-
ference.
"I have had guests who wrote back to inform
me that their only regret was that they could not
take me along. For me this is the ultimate com-
plement and a sign of true service," he said.
Last week Delino was announced the winner of
the Team Member of the Month award for June
Head butler Michael Wildmoser said Delino
has proven an incredible asset to the department.
"He works wells on his own and puts his person-
al touch to everything he does. He treats every
task as a labour of love and is always willing to
help others on our team."
In 1998, Moss joined Sandals as a lobby host, N DELINO Moss, front of the house team
two years later he was promoted to front office member of the month for June, is pictured
agent then concierge host, racking up one pro- accepting his award and cash prize from general
motion every two years. manager, Stephen Ziadie


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COMMUNITY IS OUR COMMITMENT!


Youth Against

Violence Makes A


Difference


RBC Royal Bank of Canada supports the Youth Against Violence
organization in its quest to provide young men and boys with positive
activities. One of the main ways the group achieves this objective is
through the annual Nelson Cooper Basketball Classic. The tournament
attracts over ten junior and senior teams from throughout New Providence
in friendly competition during two Saturdays in July. The event is named
in honour of Nelson Cooper, a former member of Youth Against Violence.

Pictured from left are Carlos Reid, founder, Youth Against Violence and
Larry Wilson, financial controller, RBC Royal Bank of Canada.


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THE TIBUNEFRIDA, AUGST 5,005, AGE


Minister

announces

basketball

tournament


By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

MINISTER of Social Services
and Community Development
Melanie Griffin yesterday
announced the start of her fourth
annual basketball tournament.
In a press conference yesterday,
Mrs Griffin said she believes the
tournament is a way to encourage
discipline, self motivation and team
spirit", especially among young
men.
The Melanie Griffin Basketball
Tournament will be hosted by the
community-of Yamacraw from
August 6 to 13.
It will be held at the Elizabeth
Estates police station court on
Commonwealth Boulevard.
The teams will be split into
juniors, with young men 16 years
and under, and seniors with young
men 17 years and older.
Besides the participants from the
various communities in Yamacraw,
including Nassau East, Winton and
Elizabeth Estates coming together
to compete for coveted trophies,
Mrs Griffin feels that such basket-
ball tournaments are important to
the development and growth of
character of young persons.
"It is more so the human devel-
opment side of these tournaments
that we believe are extremely
important and that is why we con-
tinue to do it each year." said Mrs
Griffin.
Sarone Kennedy II, a Bahamian
who has received a two-year schol-
arship to Rainy River Community
College in Minnesota, is one indi-
vidual who has benefited from the
annual tournament.
This year, Mr Kennedy received
the Collegiate All-American Schol-
ar Award for his academic and bas-
ketball performance. He also
obtained a 3:87 grade point aver-
age.
He describes the basketball tour-
nament as the "yearly measuring-
stick" for his talents.
In an effort to promote a posi-
tive outlook on life, Mrs Griffin
said that during the tournament she
delivers pep talks.
"I remember two tournaments
ago when I gave the young men a
pep talk. I explained to them that
while they expected me to be able
to find them employment, they can
help me by ensuring that they were
drug free.
"One of the young men came
back to me during the course of
the year and he said, 'I listened to
what you said that day and I have
been drug-free from then.'"
She said her motivation is to help
with the positive development of
young men.
To this end, the minister said,
she attempts to speak to young men
in such a way that they see her as
someone they can listen to.


Maximum security unit to




be constructed at Fox Hill


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
CONSTRUCTION of a state-of-the-
art 300-cell maximum security unit is
set to begin at Fox Hill Prison.
National Security Minister Cynthia
Pratt revealed that the new facility will
have 300 cells and is part of a larger
plan to upgrade the outdated facility.
Mrs Pratt was speaking at the grad-
uation ceremony of the 2005 "A"
recruit squad of prison officers.
The class of 50 officers is the largest
recruitment in the prison's history and
the first since 2001.
Mrs Pratt said the recruitment of
new officers will go a long way in
relieving the burdens of under-staffing
at the prison.
The new officers are to be com-
mended, she said, because they will
have to endure the same working envi-
ronment as inmates.
"That is why we are working to
improve the conditions of the work-
ing environment, salary and benefits
of prison officers," she said.
Mrs Pratt said this includes the
increase of insurance benefits, a move
which was provided for in the
2005/2006 budget.
She added that for too long, a career
as a prison officer had not been con-
sidered something to aspire to.
However, Mrs Pratt said, judging
from the size of the graduating squad,
that perception appears to be changing.
Mrs Pratt added that the ministry
plans to continue to recruit the best


* DEPUTY Prime Minister Cynthia Pratt inspects the newly graduated officers at Fox Hill
minds to join the prison as it seeks to and said the prison is not a "low-pri- The best recruit award went to
move from a penal facility to a correc- ority institution" Natassja Bain, who told The Tribune
tional facility. She said that the country's two main that she was completely shocked to
She said recruits must meet standard pillars, tourism and financial services, receive the honour.
academic requirements. depend on a stable, secure environ- "I did it for my father Eric Bain Sr
"The days when physical size was ment. who died last December," she said.
the only prerequisite are long gone," "You will become a part of law Ms Bain said she decided to become
said Mrs Pratt. enforcement which is instrumental in a prison officer, because she felt it was
Mrs Pratt told the graduates they maintaining that environment. One her time to make a contribution to the
would play a major part in the.devel- cannot minimise the role you play in country and aid in the rehabilitation
opment and stability of the country the success of the country." and reform of prison inmates.


Major defence calls attorney as witness


* By NATARIO McKENZIE
A LOCAL attorney was
called to the stand to con-
firm evidence led by the
defence in the habeus cor-
pus application of Dwight
and Keva Major yesterday.
Justice Jon Isaacs granted
a request from the defence
and called Wilbert Moss to
appear before the court.
Defence lawyer Michael
Kemp has argued that there
was a lack of disclosure of
various forms of evidence in
the Majors' extradition pro-
ceedings in a lower court.
He told Justice Isaacs that
Mr Moss could confirm that
he was present during an
interview conducted in June
2003 between Corporal 359
Rolle and Jonathan
Cartwright, an alleged
accomplice of the Majors,
while in the presence of two
American Drug Enforce-
ment Agents.


According to Kemp, dur-
ing the extradition proceed-
ings before Magistrate Linda
Virgill, the prosecution
denied that the interview
had taken place.
Mr Moss testified that he
appeared as Cartwright's
lawyer on June 19 2003 after
his client was picked up
along with four others.
The witness told the court
yesterday that he understood
the men were picked up as a
result of a request by the
United States government
for their extradition.
Mr Moss told the court
that an official interview did
take place and that he took
notes of all the questions
asked and answers given.
He told the court that
DEA officer Catena also
took notes and asked
Cartwright several questions
through corporal Rolle.
Prosecutor Gavin Gaskin
questioned Moss on whether


he recalled Cartwright saying
that he "did not" smuggle drugs.

Questions

Moss said that he did not
recall Cartwright being ques-
tioned in that regard. He said
that Cartwright was particular-
ly questioned about a boat in


Florida and whether or not he
knew the Majors.
In reviewing transcripts from
the earlier proceedings in the
lower court proceedings, Mr
Kemp said the record reflects
that the defence repeatedly
raised the matter of disclosure
of numerous taped telephone
conversations of the Majors.
He said these could have


been used to aid the defence in
its case.
At that stage in the extradi-
tion proceedings, the prosecu-
tion had denied that it was with-
holding any evidence.
In December of 2003, Magis-
trate Linda Virgill ruled that
sworn affidavits submitted by
the United States were suffi-
cient evidence in the matter.


WATER AND SEWERAGE CORPORATION

POSITION AVAILABLE FOR

OPERATIONS MANAGER ABACO

Applications are invited for suitably qualified and experienced individuals for the
position of Operations Manager for the Corporation's Abaco operation. This is a
Management position.

The principal duties and responsibilities of the position include but are not limited
to the following:

Direct, co-ordinate and supervise the activities of employees engaged
in water production and maintenance of the well-fields, pumping sation
operation and maintenance, water treatment, water supply and distribution,
operation and maintenance of sewerage systems, and commercial
operations.
Supervision of the administrative activities of staff of the Abaco operations.
Prepare daily, weekly and monthly reports
Ensure that safety practices and the Corporation's policies and procedure
are adhered to

Required Qualifications
The successful candidate must possess the following qualifications and experience:
A minimum of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil or Mechanical
Engineering from an accredited College or University and a minimum of five
(5) years post qualifying experience in a similar work with a similar organization
AND
Demonstration of having obtained the Engineering In Training (EIT)
Certificate OR
Professional Engineering Certification with two (2) Years post qualifying
management experience in similar work.

Required Skills:
Good analytical skills
Good supervisory skills
Good project management skills.
Ability to train support staff
Good time management and human relations skills
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
Sound knowledge of business management
Must have good PC skills

Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Interested
persons may obtain application forms from the Coropration's Human Resources
Division, #87 Thompson Boulevard, P.O.Box N-3905, Nassau Bahamas. Completed
application form with an attached detailed resume must be returned to the Human
Resources Division not later than August 12 2005. Only qualified applicants need
apply.


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MRS ORIA GRACE McDONALD
BURROWS, 81

a resident of Maple & Swan'Streets, will be held at St. Michael's
Methodist Church, Church Hill Ave, Chippingham, Saturday
at 11:00a.m., officiating, Rev. Philip Stubbs, Rev. Dr. Collin
Archer, & Rev. Charles Carey. Interment Woodlawn Garden
Cemetery, Soldier Road.

Oria's survivors include; 1 daughter, Sheila McDonald; 1 son,
James McDonald Sr.; 1 step daughter, Hilda Knowles; 3
sisters, Leona Munnings, Thelma and Catherine Cooper; 16
grand children, James Jr., Jerome, Cynesha, Mechelle,
Jamero, Keela, Shawna & Samuel McDonald, Lenora Major-Brown, Lessa Major-Stubbs,
Lennox Major Jr., Leonard Major & Justin McDonald, Jeanie, Gene, and Jan-Marie McDonald;
1 daughter-in-law, Cypriana Vega-McDonald; 1 sister-in-law, Rowena (Gentle) McDonald; 8
great-grand children, Shaynora, LeShay & Shaynell Brown, Jasheos McDonald, Tiara Stubbs
and Jodi Major, Abigail and Samia McDonald; 1 aunt, Lorinda Colebrook. Other relatives &
friends, Rev. Philip Stubbs & Family, Rev. Charles & family, Shayne Brown & Lavarity Deveaux,
Chief Superintendent of Police, Teddy McDonald & family and Mr. Linkworth Stubbs, ASP
Lenox Major & Marvie Major, William McDonald and Joanna McDonald-McKenzie, former
Justice of the Supreme Court Richardo Marques & Betty Marques and Family, Dr. Thaddeus
McDonald, Attorney Charles Mackey & Eurie Mackey & Family, Carol Fisher-Kemp, Judy
Fisher-Cash & Rodney Fisher, Reverand Colin Archer & Majorie Archer, Arther & Judy Chase,
Kenris Carey, President, Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church, Mr. & Mrs, Basil
Longley & family, The family of St. Michael's Methodist Church, The Family of Aldersgate
Methodist Church, Abaco, Mr. & Mrs Philip Taylor & family, Ms. Myrtle Armstrong & family, Mr.
Bobby Farrington & Family, Ms. Noreen Major and the prayer group of St. George's Anglican
Church, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth & Vernica Gibson & family, Ms. Miriam Rolle & Family, Ms. Lorriette
Catwright & Family, Mrs. Sybil Blyden & Family, Mr & Mrs. Maxwell Poitier & family, Mr. Carl
Dames & family, The Perpall Tract family, Barret & Jenny McDonald, Attornies Constance
McDonald, Rawson McDonald & Luther McDonald, St Michael's Church prayer group, Dr.
Bertram Sears, Senior Pastor Matt Munroe & family Anya Major, Paulette McDonald, Janet
McDonald, Olga Thaxter, Katey, Jeffery & Alden Cooper and many others, too numerous to
name.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10:00a.m
on Friday to 6:00p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 10:00a.m. until service time.


JUSTIN PENN, 7

a resident off Carmichael Road, will be held at Arrow Of
Deliverance Church, Coxs Way, Off East Street South,
Saturday at 11:00am., officiating Bishop Chrstoper Burrows,
assisted by Associate Ministers of the Gospel, interment
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard roads.


He is survived by his mother Margarette Simmons, his father
Philip Penn; 1 sister, Deandra; 1 brother, Deangelo; 13
aunts, Vita, Naomi, Ruth, Evelyn, Lillian Jones, Deloris
Scavella, Marsha Marche, Maxine Darville, Bernadette
Hemmings, Deborah Smith, Melissa Bodie, Andrea Penn
and Bernadette Penn, 10 uncles, Lewis and Hilton Simmons, Alexander & William Penn, Mark
Major, Emmerson Bodie, Mervin Jones, Stanley Scavella, Valentine Hemmings and Anthony
Smith; 4 grand aunts, Iris Daxon, Maria and Leona Penn of Freeport G.B. and Melonie
Duncombe; 6 grand uncles, Reginald Simmons, William Duncombe, Daniel, Lee, John and
McDonald Penn; 5 great grand aunts, Florbell and Corine Penn, Cecelia Smith, Doreen Brown
and Fairleen Lightbourn of Seagrape, Grand Bahama, God Parents, Charlene Smith, Nikera
Brooks, Lorenz Burrows, Julian Outten, Shantia Cooper, Tasha Pratt and Katie Daxon. Other
relatives and friends including, Susan McPhee & family, the Daxon Family, Pastor C.B. Burrows
& Shield of Faith Family, Steven Dillet Pimary School family, manager & staff of Lucky Food
Store, Susiemae Dorsette, Doanette & Dizuan, Lisa and Melise, The Lexington Ave Family,
Jeanette Francis, Leonora Turnquest, Simeon, Vernita Polhemus, Modena McPhee, Kizzy
Maurice, Lillian Strachan, The Stars Restaurant family, Limpy and Corline, Catherine Humes
& family, Tina, Stapledon School, the Major, Dee, Pratt and Denise and families,

Friens may pay their last respect at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street from 10:00a.m.
to 6:00p.m. on Friday and at the church on Saturday from 10:00a.m. until service time.

MRS. ROMANDA CURTIS, 20

a resident off Thompson Lane, will be held at Southland Church of God, Soldier Road, Saturday
at 10:00 a.m. officiating Bishop J.J. Stubbs, assistedby other ministers of the gospel, interment
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads..

A Time To Mourn, Romanda who will be in the hearts of her love ones is survied by her
husband, Ricardo Curtis; Mother, Mrs. Wescola Rolle Larrimore; Father, Raymond Rolle; five
sisters, Shenika, Christella, Monalisa, Shanrica, and Oprah; four brothers, Raymond Jr.,
Leeanido, Raymon and Renard; stepfather, Douglas Larrimore; 1 grandfather, Theophilus
Rolle; one great grandmother, Rosemary Williams; ten aunts, Wesanna, Richard, Sonia, Sizia
and Whylly, Judy Rolle, Donna Meadows, Marge Morrison of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Nurse
Arnette Swain, Souellin and Theresa Williams; seven uncles, Mark Campbell,Wayne Whylly,
Wilfred Swain, Wesley, Troy Swain, Shone and Lewis; three uncles-in-law, Terrance, Richard
and Eric Morrison of Freeport Grand Bahama and Earnet Meadows; four nieces, Devonya,
Mickel, Denise and Destiny; two nephews, Roberts Alexander; grand aunts, Marta and Queenie
Whylly, Cynthia, Ethlyn, Veronica, Vernell and Isabella; granduncles, James, Benjamin and
Hilton Bowleg,Victor Arthur, James and Jason Haller, numerous other relatives and family
including; cousins, Tamara, Ashley, Richard, Bridgette, Cheryl, Police Constable Omar Nottage,
Ariel, Christina, Monique, Daine, Angelique, Toreyanna, Collin, Steven, Shaer, Mark Jr., Wilfred,
Stephon, Hulen, Jason and Leon, The Oldie Corner and the McClough Corner families, The
Blessed Assurance Family, Divine Kingdom Family, Southland Cathedral Family, and Faith
Ministries Family and many others too numerous to mention.

Funeral arrangements are being handle by Demeritte's Funeral Home Market Street.


onunonftweaftl Jfuneral omne
' Independence Drive Phone: 341-4055


LARRY
LIVINGSTONE
JOHNSON, 47
of Cowpen Road, will
be held on Saturday
10:00 am at St
Cecilia's Roman
Catholic Church Third
Street, The Grove.
Father Simeon Roberts will officiate and
interment will follow in the Southern
Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.
Precious memories are held by his mother,
Myrtis Johnson; six brothers, Hilary Lockhart
of Atlanta, Georgia, Errol and Keith Johnson,
Michael Johnson of Cincinnati, Ohio, Vincent
Smith and Jack Carey; two sisters, Angela
Smith of Atlanta, Georgia and Ruth Strachan;
nieces and nephews, Bonita, Jackline,
Ren'ee and Jeanette Lockhart of Atlanta,
Georgia, Sharlencia Johnson of Saginaw,
MI, Monique Johnson of Miami, Florida, Errol
Jr, Daniel, Jonathan, Delene, Michael and
Nicholas Johnson, Keneice and Anophia
Strachan, Damecko, jaradette, Jermaine,
Tehilah and Joanna Carey; one brother-in-
law, Kendal Strachan; three sisters-in-law,
Susan Lockhart, Dorothy Johnson and
Stelestina Carey; numerous other relatives
include, lan Butler, Daniel Malone, Chris and
Angie Turnquest, Sam Moxey, Sherese
Dean, Philip McKenzie, Andreen Boyd, Tina
Strachan, Ruth Burrows, Allen King, the
South Street and Meeting Street Crew.
Relatives and friends may view the remains
at The Chapel of Memories, Independence
Drive on Friday from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
and at the church on Saturday from 9:00
am mto service time.




& Qrhmahtrium
Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas


MR
EDWARD
"PIPES"
BROWN, 51


of Mackey Street
will be held on
SSaturday, August
6th, 2005 at 2:30
. p.m. at St. Cecilia's
Catholic Church;
S' 3rd Street The
Grove. Officiating will be Monsignor Simeon
Roberts. Interment will follow in Ebenezer
Cemetery, Shirley Street.
Mr. Brown is survived by his loving Mother;
Geleta Brown; Four (4) Sons; Craig, Demetrio,
Edward and Dario Brown; Four (4) Daughters;
Crystal, Keva, Delvishama and Denisha Brown;
One (1) Grandson; Edward Brown; Two (2)
Granddaughters, One (1) Son-in-law, Four (4)
Brothers; Kenneth, Calvin, Charles and Godfrey
Brown; Special Friend; Barbara McKinney; One
(1) Aunt; Elizabeth Roberts; Two (2) Uncles;
Fred and Lionel Glinton; One (1) Aunt-in-law;
Patricia Glinton; Two (2) Sisters-in-law; Christine
and Diana Brown; Eleven (11) Nieces;
Cathressia, Kenya, Cardina, Carla, Milanda,
Tracey, Anaskia, Leoshe, Tyra, Candace and
Nicole; Twelve (12) Nephews; Clayton, Kenrad,
Keno, Kenrick, Anthony, Godfrey Jr., Brandino,
Dario, Dietrick, Kendon, Cheldon and Calvaughn
and a host of other relatives and friends including;
Back Road Exchange family, Old Trail Liquor
Store, New Trail Liquor Store, Brown's Plumbing,
Flossie Bowe, Crawley family, McKenzie family,
Sam Rutherford, Anthony Williams, The Storr
family, Mark, Marcian, Donald, Andrae, Hammer,
Kendrick, Don, Rubber, Ricardo, Helen and
Hilton Adderley, Joann, Michael and Macian
Cooper, Joey, Charles Thurston, Brandon
Brooks, Okra Hill family, The Pond family, Theo,
The Huyler family, MP Frank Smith, The Williams
family, Mike Wallace and family, Bill Poitier and
family, Larry LaFleur and family, Johnson family,
Tony Paul, Darville family and the Clarke family.
Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers'
funeral Homes and Crematorium, Ernest and
York Streets on Friday from 10:00 a.m. until
5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until
12noon and from 1:30 p.m. until service time at
the Church.


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UMM0 Parties, Nightclubs A
& Restaurants

Outrageous in Red, Saturday August 6 @
Pirates of Nassau. Entertainment by the Men
of Synergy & Utopia Female Models. Also
featuring a male auction; special John Bull
giveaways to the sexiest lady in red and lady
with the most red. No sportswear allowed.
Bacardi Drink Special: "Red Rain". Admis-
sion: $10 females, $15, males, $20 VIP. Dress
code: red or any combination of red. An addi-
tional $10 for persons not wearing red. Doors
open at 9:30pm.

Gospel Hip Hop Fest 2005, Friday, August 5
@ The Diplomat Centre, Carmichael Road.
Time: 7:30pm. Special performances by Mon-
ty G and B B Jay. Admission: $10 (in
advance), $12 (at the door). Tickets available
at The Juke Box; Oasis Music Centre; Faith
Life Book & Music; Logos Bookstore;
Wilshire's Enterpries; and Bucks Gospel.

Wild Jungle, each and every Wednesday night
@ Club Trappers, Nassau's "upscale" gentle-
man's club. Featuring a female body painting
extravaganza. Free body painting @ 8 pm.
Ladies always welcome. Admission: Men free
before 10 pm. Females free. There will be
free food and hors d'oeuvres between 9 and 10
pm. Open until 4 am.

Ladies Night @ Fluid lounge, this and'every
Thursday night. Doors open at 10pm. Ladies
free before lam, $10 after. Guys: $15 all night.
Drink special:'3 @ $10 (Bacardi) Giveaways
and door prizes every week.

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

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

Fever @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth St, 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.

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

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

Reggae Tuesdays @ Bahama Boom. Cover
charge includes a free Guinness and there
should be lots of prizes and surprises. Admis-
sion: Ladies $10 and Men $15.

Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters
Sports Bar every Wednesday 5pm-8pm. Free
appetizers and numerous drink specials.

Flash Nights @ Club Fluid every Thursday.
The ultimate Ladies Night. Join Nassau's and
Miami Beach's finest men. Ladies only before
11.30pm with free champagne. Guys allowed
after 11.30pm with $20 cover.


before midnight. Admission: Ladies free Rest, West Bay St, every Sunday, 6.30pm-
before 11pm~ $15after; Guys $20 all night. 9.30pm.


Dicky Mo's @ Cable Beach. Happy Hour
every Friday 3 for $10 mixed drinks and $1
shots. Bahamian Night (Free admission) every
Saturday with live music from 8 pm to mid-
night. Karaoke Sundays from 8pm to mid-
night, $1 shots and dinner specials all night
long.

Twisted Boodah Lounge @ Cafe Segafredo,
Charlotte St kicks off Fridays at 6pm -with
deep house to hard house music, featuring
CraigBOO, Unkle Funky and Sworl'wide on
the decks.

Chill Out Sundays @ Coco Loco, Sandyport,
from 4pm-until, playing deep, funky chill
moods with world beats.

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

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

Carib Scene @ Club Fluid every Sunday. A
night of Caribbean, Latin and Reggae flavours
for all audiences. Latin Flair in the VIP
Lounge; Old School Reggae and Soca in the
Main Lounge. Ladies in free before 11pm.
$10 after 1 1pm. Men, $15 cover charge.

TooLooSe @ Indigo Restaurant on West Bay
St and Skyline Drive. Singer/songwriter
Steven Holden performs solo with special
guests on Thursday from 9pm midnight.

The Graham Holden Deal @ The Green Par-
rot....David Graham, Steve Holden, Tim Deal
and Friends perform Sunday, 7pm 10pm @
Hurricane Hole on Paradise Island.

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


The Arts .4

LOVE, an exhibitior- featuring Bahamian
artists Jason Bennett, John Cox, Blue Cur-
ry, Michael Edwards, Toby Lunn and Heino
Schmid opens Friday, August 5 at Popop-
studios and Gallery, starting at 6pm. The
gallery is located on Dunmore Ave in Chip-
pingham, next to Dillet's Guest House.

Da Spot, a weekly comedy show, features
skits and spoofs on Bahamian life, with improv
by a talented young cast. The show is held
Tuesdays @ The Dundas at 8pm. Admission
is $10, and tickets are sold at the door.

The National Collection @ the National Art
Gallery of the Bahamas, an exhibition that'
takes the viewer on a journey through the
history of fine art in the Bahamas. It features
signature pieces from the national collection,
including recent acquisitions by Blue Curry,
Antonius Roberts and Dionne Benjamin-
Smith. Call 328-5800 to book tours. This exhi-
bition closes February 28, 2006.

Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn Davies
Collection @ the National Art Gallery of the
Bahamas, Villa Doyle, West and West Hill
Streets. The exhibition is part of the NAGB's
Collector's Series. Call 328-5800 to book tours.
This exhibition closes August 31, 2005.

The Awakening. Landscape: The Nassau
Watercolours of Gaspard Le Marchand Tup-
per, from the collection of Orjan and Aman-
da Lindroth @ the National Art Gallery of the
Bahamas. The mid-nineteenth century paint-
ings that make up the exhibition are part of
one of the earliest suites of paintings of Nas-
sau and its environs. Tupper was a British
military officer stationed at Fort Charlotte in
the 1850s. The works show a pre-modern,
Bahamas through the decidely British medium
of watercolour. Call 328-5800 to book tours.
This exhibition closes August 31, 2005.


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

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

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

n NOW Civic Clubs .I l

Toastmasters Club 1095 meets Tuesday,
7.30pm @ C C Sweeting Senior School's Din-
ing Room, college Avenue off Moss Road.
Club 9477 meets Friday, 7pm @ Bahamas
Baptist Community College Rm A19, Jean
St. Club 3956 meets Thursday, 7.30pm @
British Colonial Hilton. Club 1600 meets
Thursday, 8.30pm @ SuperClubs Breezes.
Club 7178 meets Tuesday, 6pm @ The J Whit-
ney Pinder Building, Collins Ave. Club 2437
meets every second, fourth and fifth Wednes-
day at the J Whitney Pinder Building, Collins
Ave at 6pm. Club 612315 meets Monday 6pm
@ Wyndham Nassau Resort, Cable Beach.
Club 753494 meets every Wednesday, 6pm-
8pm in the Solomon's Building, East-West
Highway. Club Cousteau 7343 meets every
Tuesday night at 7.30 in the Chickcharney
Hotel, Fresh Creek, Central Andros. All are
welcome.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Eta Psi Omega
chapter meets every second Tuesday,6.30pm
@ the Eleuthera Room in the Wyndham Nas-
sau Resort, Cable Beach.

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

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

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

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

Nassau Bahamas Koinonia meets every sec-
ond Friday of each month, 7.30pm at Emmaus
Centre at St Augustine's Monestary. For more
info call 325-1947 after 4pm.

International Association of Administrative
Professionals, Bahamas Chapter meets the
third Thursday of every month @ Superclubs
Breezes, Cable Beach, 6pm.


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LOCAL NEWS~


FROM page one
The ministry also intends to create a few new
posts.
There is a move to identify a director of wed-
dings to attract what Mr Wilchcombe said is
world-wide a billion dollar a year industry.
"These are some of the new positions we are
trying to create in areas where we can bolster
the product and capitalise on these areas which
promise to improve the attractiveness of the
Bahamas," he said.
In addition to weddings Mr Wilchcombe said
there is a great need to appoint directors in
charge of other areas which may bring in an
increase of persons to the country'.
"We also intend to appoint a director for
sports tourism and we don't have a Latin Amer-
ica director, we are going to make an appoint-
ment soon," he said.
,Mr Wilchcombe pointed out that when he
was first made minister of tourism there was
no'- director of airlines, an area needed to


Appointments

increase the number of arrivals to the country.
"This was puzzling to me and we also needed
a director for cruise ships something I also
thought was strange because cruise ship pas-
sengers account for the majority of people com-
ing to our market," said the minister.
The ministry has increased the number of
airlifts to the country with the new direct flight
of Virgin Airlines being launched this year, in
addition to the introduction of the low-cost air-
lines, JetBlue, Song and Spirit airlines.
Mr Wilchcombe said that an increase in air-
lifts is always good news to the country's hotels.
"Tourism is a dynamic business, full compe-
tition, and we are now competing with the
world. In group travel we will have a solid core
and leisure travel will ensure that on week days
and weekends we will have people in the coun-
try," he said.


FROM page one

own six paragraphs from a
speech delivered three years
earlier by John Sexton, presi-
dent of New York University.
The academic community was
notified of the plagiarism by a
whistle-blower, who happened to
be a college council member who
had attended Dr Sexton's presen-
tation at his installation as presi-
dent of New York University.
When she had confirmed the pla-
giarism, she made a nd distributed
copies of Dr Sexton's speech to
the council and Dr Smith.
The outgoing college president
immediately called a press confer-
ence to admit the plagiarism.
In the wake of Dr Smith's reve-
lation the college council held an
emergency meeting on June 6.
According to council chairman
Franklyn Wilson the council
decided to address the admitted
plagiarism "forthrightly and hon-
estly".
Because of the outcry in the col-
lege community, and from the pub-
lic, calling for Dr Smith's resigna-
tion, the council convened a special
advisory panel in late June to
decide what action to take. Includ-
ing international experts., the five-
member advisory panel was made
up of Anglican Archbishop'Drex-
el Gomez; Bahamas ambassador
to the United Nations Paulette
Bethel; Vice-Chancellor Emeritus
of the University of the West
Indies, Professor Rex Neittleford;
president-elect of John Carroll
University in Cleveland., Ohio,
Father Robert Niehoff; and retired
justice Joseph Strachan, who
chaired the panel.
In the months after Dr Smith's


Resignation

admission of plagiarism many
prominent Bahamians, groups and
even COB lecturers expressed dis-
approval of what many called a sin
against academia.
Sir Arthur Foulkes, in an
appearance on the Love 97 talk
show, Jones and Company, called
Dr Smith's actions "a grievous sin."
"This is an egregious case of pla-
giarism, paragraph after paragraph
after paragraph.
"You can't have that in an aca-
demic institution that is going to be
your premier academic institu-
tion," Sir Arthur said. "I am sorry
that it has gone on so long and I
don't know why we are appointing
a committee to look into it and so
on."
Senior academician Felix Bethel,
who was the first to call for Dr
Smith's resignation, said his depar-
ture was inevitable.
"It is unfortunate and regret-
table, but it is good for the system
that there is a place for principle
and integrity," he said.
"It is a pity that Dr Smith took
so long. I think the college council
did not acquit itself very well. It
needed no advisory panel to advise
it what to do in the circumstances.
"From the start, Dr Smith
should have resigned, or the coun-
cil should have asked him to resign
or fired him.
"It has been an expensive waste
of time and public money. Some-
one has to pay for this stuff."
It must be noted that Dr Smith
had several supporters who said
that he has been a proactive pres-
ident and "done wonders in the
college's move towards university
status."


It was reported that about 100 of
COB's 500 staff and faculty and
Dr Earle McLain Johnson, a mem-
ber of COB's council and former
president of the Union of Tertiary
Educators, supported Dr Smith
and had asked the public and
academia to forgive him.
Two weeks ago the advisory
panel was scheduled to release its
findings on the plagiarism case,
however although its findings were
submitted, Mr Wilson withheld the
report because Dr Smith was tak-
en to hospital.
Mr Wilson, who said Dr Smith's
illness was not life threatening,
refused to release the details of his
hospitalization at Doctors Hospital.
Dr Smith later entered a Florida
hospital, reportedly returning to
Nassau yesterday.
Before joining the COB staff,
Dr Smith was president of
Ramapo College, Ne.w Jersey,
from 2001 to 2004.
Ramapo college faculty had
expressed concern about his lead-
ership qualifications and indeci-
siveness.
Brought to the college under
protest to replace former president
Dr Leon Higgs, Dr Smith was
hired on a salary of $120,000 a year
-twice Dr Higgs' salary. Included
in his perks were an $8,000 a
month luxury home and the pay-
ment of tuition fees for his chil-
dren at St Andrews School. It was
suggested that Dr Smith's remu-
neration package exceeded
$200,000.
When asked if COB could
afford this expense for its new pres-
ident, Mr Wilson said, "We can-
not afford to do otherWise."
Today, the council is to call a
press conference to officially
announce its findings.


I


Do what taste right.


The Bahamas full of


beans over Starbucks

FROM page one

came to seek Starbucks and bring it back to the Bahamas.
"About 18 months ago we had a management meeting and we
were trying to create more traffic in our main store downtown
(John Bull) and someone came up with the idea that we should put
a coffee bar in the store. Then someone came up with the idea of
Starbucks Coffee," he said.
SMr Hazlewood promised that this would only be the start of the
coffee chain in the Bahamas. and numerous locations will appear
around the island.
Starbucks has 9,500 locations throughout the world. The open-
i g of this branch, according to Mr Hazlewood, marks Starbucks'
first venture in such a small market as the Bahamas. To date it is the
only country it has entered in the Caribbean other than Puerto Rico.




manapologises over


'abandoned' boy


FROM page one
AShe seemed to be a nice per-
son so I took him," he said.
However, after hours turned
into days and days into weeks,
the source claimed that he then
decided to search for the mother
by visiting the area where he
thought the woman lived.
'"She said she lived through
Johnson Road but some of the
people through there said that
said she doesn't live there any-
more and that they hadn't seen
her in a couple of months. They
told me to go through Dorset
Street, but I didn't see her there
either.
"So my girlfriend was getting
upset with me about it so I
dropped the boy off by the
(police) station saying that the
boy was abandoned.
"I. really thought that I was
doing the right thing because 'I
know the police would have been
able to find the mother better
than I would," he said.
The young man said he was
sorry for all the panic he had
caused by lying to the police. He
apologised to the public.
"He wasn't abandoned. I was
taking care of him for three
weeks. I just want to apologise
and say that I felt really bad that
I had to take him to the police
and lie saying that I found him in
the street. That's the only way I
could do it to maybe wake her
up (the toddler's mother) to come
and get her child.


"I just know her because of a
friend of mine. That's his girl-
friend and at this time he is
locked up. I don't know if they
are still together or what. I don't
mind keeping the little boy, but
she didn't tell me 'Look, there is
a situation, and you need to keep
him for a couple weeks'. For her
to dump him off on someone is
not right.
"The first time I saw her since
was last night (Wednesday night)
when she came to my house after
seeing him on the television. She
came here asking me where he
was and I told her he was by the
police station. She drop him off
his pampers all messed up and
said that she was coming back to
bring him some clothes and some
pampers and never came back.
For three weeks," he said.
The young man claims that he
was charged by the police at the
Fox Hill station for lying to a
police officer.
Late last night, the police said
they were unable to confirm the
version of events claimed by the
ca ller.
Earlier yesterday, police press
liaison officer inspector Walter
Evans said a woman came into
the Fox Hill station after 9pm on
Wednesday to claim the toddler
telling officers that the image
released in the media is that of
her son.
Mr Evans said the child
remains in police custody as they
attempt to gain concrete answers
to these questions.


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Starbucks opens new


Marina Village store


* COFFEE
anyone? Ice
coffee was
served on the
go, as Thomas
walks around
Marina Village
serving the
customers with
a smile


* THE president of.
Coffee Cay Limited,
Fred Hazlewood,
expresses his joy at
the opening of the
new Starbucks at the
Marina Village,
Atlantis


* WILLIAM Hendrix,
President of Starbucks
Coffee International for
Latin America, gives his
thanks to Inga Bowleg

(Photos: Mario
Duncanson/
Tribune Staff)


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Making the


,I By YOLANDA
DELEVEAUX
.Senior Business
Reporter
n a bid to position the
Bahamas as an attrac-
tive player in the cap-
tive insurance sector,
industry stakeholders
Jnd government officials were
yesterday said to be making
hcanges to the regulatory land-
scape in the hopes of differen-
ftiating the jurisdiction's vari-
able insurance business from
Other offshore centres.
k Hywel Jones, chairman of
the Bahamas International
Insurance Association (BIIA),
.said the objective of the Exter-
nal Insurance Act is to make
the Bahamas more competitive
as a jurisdiction, both for cap-
itive insurance companies and
tie variable (life) insurance
business which engages exclu-
sively in third party business.
Captive
For captive insurance, which
is self insurance, the issue of a
Third party does not arise and


clients who want to take on risk "We've bought in a set of
are able to have broader flexi- regulations relating to variable
bility. insurance business, This is
something none of the other
Regulators offshore jurisdictions have.
"On the one hand you could
The new act, which is in its say this is a. deterrent, but the
final form, was developed over nature of the variable insur-
the past few months by a work- ance business is that they do
ing group, made up of indus- business with third parties and
try players, government offL.. .whatyoqu're trying to do is pro-
cials and regulators, that is now tect the third partyItyou are
looking at the associated regu-
lations, in particular those that
deal with the variable, or life
insurance.
While pleased with the act
and the accompanying regula-
tions, Mr Hywel, who also 'i j
serves as president of the Bri-
tannia Consulting Group, said
that one of the difficulties with
the regulation was that while
it would result in a well regu-
lated destination, the concern
was to present a user friendly
jurisdiction that was competi-
tive with already established
centers.
He said: "We would want to
tread that difficult line to make
sure both are met, to have
good regulations in place while
not putting off potential clients.


Bahamian software


firm closes deal


with LANSA Inc


A BAHAMIAN software
firm has entered into an agree-
ment which grants it the right
to market LANSA products
locally and in North America
arid the Caribbean;
Applications
i,.Data Systems, an IBM busi-
ness partner, has closed a deal
with LANSA Inc of Illinois
Which will enable clients to
develop numerous hi-tech
applications.
Data's president John Wood-
man, commenting on the new
partnership, said: "This rela-
lionship provides us and our
clents with the ability to devel-
op'applications not only for the
iSeries/AS400 platform, but
aso for Windows, the Web and
hatnd-held devices using what,
in essence, is a single set of


code.
"LANSA also has an out-
standing capability of integrat-
ing applications running on dif-
ferent platforms thereby
enabling legacy software appli-
cations to be interfaced with
more modern software such as
the Web."
LANSA provides application
development software for mid-
market companies looking to
extend the value of their IT
infrastructure and create new
pathways to grow their busi-
ness.
Performance
More than 7,000 clieifts
round the world have used
LANSA products for more
than 20 years to help them
move to the next level-of busi-.
ness performance.


going to have a variable, from
the regulators perspective, you
want to make sure that they do
not rip off the customer."
Meetings
During meetings with
Allyson Maynard-Gibson, Min-
ister of Financial Services and
Investments, Dr Roger Brown,
registrar of Insurance Compa-


nies, representatives of the
Ministry of Financial Services
and Investments and other
industry stakeholders, a deci-
sion was made to use the Cana-
dian regulations as a model for
the Bahamas.
The model, however,
required some tweaking as it
speaks to an industry that is
based upon huge retail insur-
ance companies'with hundreds


of thousands of policies across
a country of some 30 million
people.
Stakeholders
Mr Hywel said the emphasis
has been to try to make. the
regulations appropriate to the

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Caves Point Management Linited (hereafter "the Company") invites offers for the
purchase of ALL THAT Unit Number 7F of "Caves Point Phase IV"
Condominium situate on West Bay Street in the Western District of the Island of
New Providence being a three (3) bedroom / three (3) bath apartment unit together
with ALL THAT 1.25234% share in the common property of the Condominiums.
The Company makes no representations or warranties with respect to the state of
repair of the building situate thereon.
The Company will sell under Power of Sale contained in a Declaration of
Condominium dated the 3id day .ofNovember, A.D., 1999 which is recorded in
Volume 77 at pages 299 to 428.
TERMS: Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price at the time of contract and
the balance upon completion within Thirty (30) days of contract.
This sale is subject to a reserve price. The Company reserves the right to reject any
or all offers.
Any enquiries can be addressed to the Caves Point Property Manager (Tel: 327 4122
or Fax: 327 4125). Interested persons must submit written offers addressed to The
Directors, Caves Point Management Ltd., Caves Point, West Bay Street, P.O. Box
N-65, Nassau, Bahamas to be received no later than the close of business on Friday
the 12'h day of August A.D., 2005.


FOR SALE


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PfFinancial Advisors Ltd.
Pricing Information As Of:
04 August 2005
52wk-HI 52wk-Low Symbol Previous Close Today's Close Change Dally Vol. EPS $ Div $ PIE Yield
1.10 0.85 Abaco Markets 0.89 0.85 -0.04 1.Q00 -0.207 0.000 I/0M 0,00%
9.00 8.00 Bahamas Property Fund9.00 ..9.00,.. .,, ,. 1.452 0.340 6.2 3.78%
6.44 5.55 Bank of Bahamas 6.44 6.44 0.00 0.561 0.330 411.5 5.12%
0.85 0.70 Benchmark 0.80 0.80 0.00 100 0.187 0.100 4.3 1.25%
1.80 1.40 Bahamas Waste 1.40 1.40 0.00 0.122 0.000 11.5 4.29%
1.15 0.87 Fidelity Bank 1.15 1.15 0.00 0d862 "''.40 18.'5' '.4'
8.66 6.76 Cable Bahamas 8.00 8.66 0.66 1,300 0,589 0.240 14.7 2.77%
2.20 1.87 Colina Holdings 1.99 1.99 0.00 0.004 0.060 NM 0.00%
9,08 6.75 Commonwealth Bank 8.79 8.79 0.00 6.673 0.410 12.5 4.6688%
2.50 0.62 Doctor's Hospital 2.48 2.48 0.00 2.000 0,452 0.000 5.5 0.00%
4.12 3.85 Famguard 4.12 4.12 Q.OO 0,428 0.240 9.6 5.83%
10.50 9.19 Finoo 10.49 10.49 0.00 0.662 0.500 15.7. 4.77%
9.05 7.00 FirstCaribbean 9.05 9.05 0.00 0.591 0.380 13.0 4.20%
8.98 8.31 Focol 8.98 8:98 0.00 0.675 0.500 13.3 5.57%
1.99 1.27 Freeport Concrete 1.15 1.15 0.00 0.022 0000 52.3 0.00%
10.20 9.50 ICD Utilities 9.60 9.60 0.00 0,526 0.405 18.3 4.20%
8&25 8.20 J. S. Johnson 8.30 8.30 0.00 6:561 0.550 14.8 8675%
6.69 4.36 Kerzner International BDRs 6.09 6.03 -0.06 1.062 0.184 0.000 33.1 0.00%
10.00 10.00 Premier Real Estate 10.0010.00. 0.00 2.010 0 760 5.0 7.60%
62wk-I wk-Low Symbol Bid $ Ask $ Last Price Weekly Vo. EPS $ Div $ PIE Yield
13.00 12.50 Bahamas Supermarkets 12.25 13.25 11.00 1,488 0.960 9 1 7.25%
10.14 10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref) 10.00 10.35 10.00 0.000 0.800 NM 7-80%
0.60 0.40 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.00 -0.066 0.000 NM 0-00%
43.00 28.00 ABDAB 41.00 43.00 41.00 2.220 0.000 19.4 0.00%
18.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 13.00 14.00 13.00 1.105 0.810 14.6 6.93%
0.60 0.35 RN0 Holdi s 0.290.540.35 0.103 0000 NIM 0.00%
S2wk-Hi 52wk-Low Fund Name NAV YTD% Last 12 Months Div $ Yield %
1,2454 1.1798 Colina Money Market Fund 1,245429*
2.3657 2.0058 Fidelity Bahamas G & I Fund 2,3657 **
10.4330 10.0000 Fidelity Prime Income Fund 10.4330'**
2.2636 2,1330 Colina MSI Preferred Fund 2.263627"*
1.1246 1.0544 Colina Bond Fund 1.124578"***
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX 19 Dec 02 = 1,000.00 YIELD last 12 month dividends divided by closing price
52wk-Hi Highest closing price in last 52 weeks Bid $ Buying price of Colins and Fidelity
S2wk-Low Lowest closing price In last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colina and fidelity
Previous Close Previous day's weighted price for daily volume Last Price Last traded over-the-counter price
Today's Close Current day's weighted price for daily volume Weekly Vol. Trading volume of the prior week
Change Change in closing price from day to day EPS $- A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
Daily Vol. Number of total shares traded today NAV Net Asset Value
DIV $ Dividends per share paid in the last 12 months N/M Not Meaningful
P/E Closing price divided by the last 12 month earnings FINDEX -The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1. 1994 = 100
- AS AT JUL. 31.200 ** AS AT JUN 30, 2008
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A Nassau insur-
ance executive
has been flying
the flag for the
Bahamas at an
international meeting of finan-
cial professionals.
Harold Antor, agency man-
ager at Family Guardian Insur-
ance, was attending the Million
Dollar Round Table meeting
in New Orleans.


sort of business Bahamian
stakeholders will actually
engage in.
For example, he said that
while the Canadian regulations
address the issue of investment
powers in detail, from the
Bahamas' perspective any
investment of the underlying
assets in the life insurance cat-
egory is dictated by the policy
holder rather than the compa-
ny.
As a result, the regulations
for the Bahamian External
Insurance Act are being made
to fit that product template.
He noted also that with the
amount of "nitty gritty" and
tedious work involved, that it
was a pleasure dealing with Dr


Sixty-one nations were rep-
resented.
Mr Antor was nominated
flag-bearer by the organisa-
tion's international member-
ship committee.
Honour
"It is a great honour for an
MDRT member to carry a flag
at the parade of colours," said


Brown. Although there were
some initial fundamental prob-
lems, which were to an extent
inherited from the previous leg-
islation, the group worked well
together to arrive at a common
objective.
Smoothly
Mr Hywel said further that
the process had gone very
smoothly and was a lot easier
than what occurred with the
Domestic Insurance Act, where
the larger number of players
may have also impacted how
the discussions unfolded.
It is expected that the act and
the accompanying regulations
will be brought before the


president Adelia Chung of
Hawaii.
About 9,000 members and
guests attended the meeting,
which discussed a wide range of
topics of interest to the modern
insurance industry.
MDRT, founded in 1927,
rates itself the premier associ-
ation of financial profession-
als, with 33,000 members from
77 nations and territories.


House of Assembly before the
end of the year.
According to Mr Hywel, the
captive insurance industry in
the Bahamas remains small,
with only one Bahamian-reg-
istered life insurance company
and less than 20 captive insur-
ance companies.
The act is expected to sup-
port growth in the industry and
will put the Bahamas back into
the ballpark.
"We don't have the legisla-
tive, regulatory and private sec-
tor infrastructure that Cayman
and the BVI have, but at least
we can have the legislative
process in place.
"Without it we're can't get
into the game."


citigroupj'

Cititrust (Bahamas) limited, a subsidiary of Citigroup, a leading financial
institution with a presence in over 100 countries and over 100 million
customers worldwide, is seeking candidates for the position of Deputy
Document Control Manager.

FUNCTIONAL/ DEPARTMENTAL DESCRIPTION

Global Wealth Structuring forms the Citigroup international offshore
trust companies servicing non U.S. high net worth clients in Bahamas,
Cayman Islands, Switzerland, Jersey Channel Island, New Jersey and
Singapore. Products target wealth preservation around fiduciary
structure.

MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES:

Daily management of Imaging Unit
Deputy Manager, Documentation Mgmt & Control Unit (Imaging,
Safe Keeping, Dual Control, Warehouse, Records Management.)
Assist with training and administrative functions for the respective
document control units.
Assist in systems enhancements and process re-design
Assist with implementation of global initiatives regarding document
management and control.
MIS reporting.

KNOWLEDGE/ SKILLS REQUIRED

Historic imaging and records management experience and familiarity
with Trust and Company documentation.
Strong oral and written communications skills.
Interfacing with various business units on a global basis.
Influencing, organizational and leadership skills.
Initiative and the ability to think strategically
People Management.
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science or equivalent experience.

Interested candidates should forward a copy of their resume to:
Operation Controls Head
Cititrust (Bahamas) Limited
P.O.Box N-1576
Nassau, Bahamas
Fax: (242) 302-8732 OR

Email: gieselle.campbell@citigroup.com

Deadline for application is August 17th, 2005
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SCHOLARSHIP & EDUCATIONAL LOAN DIVISION
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION


IMPORTANT NOTICE


GOVERNMENT OF THE BAHAMAS
GUARANTEED LOAN FUND PROGRAMME

The Education Committee wishes to advise that the 2005 disbursement of checks for new and
existing quaranteed loan holders will be held at Holy Trinity Activity Centre, Holy Trinity
Anglican Church, Stapleton Gardens from August 8'h 17th 2005. Please be advised that
disbursement for persons in the Northern Bahamas (Grand Bahama, Bimini, Abaco, etc.) can
collect their checks from The Bank of The Bahamas, Freeport Branch, Grand Bahama.

All existing and new students and their co-borrowers are required to present themselves on their
assigned date and bring a valid Passport and National Insurance Card. In addition to the original
documents, new students can speed the process by bringing two (2) copied sets of:

1.. Passport (first four pages borrower and co-borrower) and
2. National Insurance Card (both sides borrower and co-borrower)

Please be further advised that for returning students NO funds will be distributed unless:

1. A transcript for the most recent semester (SPRING/WINTER 2005) is in
our possession
2. All student loan accounts at The Bank of The Bahamas are current

FAILURE TO COMPLY. WITH THESE REQUIREMENTS MAY MAKE YOU
INELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE A FURTHER DISBURSEMENT DURING THIS EXERCISE.
A $20.00 late processing fee will be charged for late submission of transcripts or for persons
who bring their accounts current after July 29, 2005.

Please contact the Scholarship & Educational Loan Division, Ministry of Education, if
you have any questions or concerns regarding this notice.










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Career Opportunity

Cable Beach Resorts seeks vibrant and ingenious individuals for
the following positions:

P.C./NT Systems Administrator

Successful candidate will assume overall responsibility for specific systems related to their
area of specialization. Candidate will implement major projects or initiatives related to
the overall NT Network and server infrastructure for Cable Beach Resorts, work closely
with the IT operational technical team to facilitate the successful implementation of NT
related projects. Minimum requirements for the position are an undergraduate degree in
Computer Science or related field, three (3) years of progressive experience and direct
knowledge of Windows NT, Windows 2000/2003, Enterprise Server and XP, Compaq
Server Management Tools, Exchange 2000/2003, Veritas Backup Solutions and TCP/IP
Based Communications.

Network Supervisor

Successful candidate will assume responsibility for the configuration and maintenance of
Cable Beach Resorts' LAN/WAN environment, implement, configure, coordinate, control,
troubleshoot and develop specialized procedures related to the use of the LAN/WAN within
the enterprise, ensures that the core LAN/WAN system is arranged for optimal performance
and availability, all devices in the field are functional, oversees direct management of unit's
personnel. Minimum requirements for the position are a high school diploma with two (2)
years of accelerated studies in IT related courses, technical knowledge of the following
areas are preferred: Cisco CCNA or CCIE, Bridges, Hubs, Routers, Ether Switches,
Terminal Servers, Modems, FDDI, Ethernet, DOS, Windows 2000/2003 Server, Windows
XP Operating Systems, UTP, Single Mode, Multi Mode Fibre Cabling Systems. Proven
ability to work with others at all levels is essential.

Systems Analyst/Project Manager

Successful candidate will assume responsibility for all systems and facilities related to their
area of specialization. Candidate will work closely with users in various locations particularly
in the area of core business solutions related problems, data integrity and potential application
enhancements. Minimum requirements for the position are an undergraduate degree in
Computer Science or related field, at least three (3) years of progressive experience, direct
knowledge of procurement, ERP applications, human resources and financial packages,
previous consulting and project management experience is essential.

To ensure full consideration, interested candidates should submit a cover letter and curriculum
vitae with salary requirements via e-mail to hr@cablebeachresorts.com by no later than
August 15, 2005. All responses will be held in the strictest confidence.


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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
2004/CLE/qui/00599
IN THE SUPREME COURT
IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece parcel or tract
of land containing Seven thousand Seven hundred and
Eighty-six square feet (7,786.00) being Lot Number 37
Block 3 of "Westward Villas Subdivision" situate on the
Northern side of Hampshire Street on the Island of New
Providence one of the Islands of Commonwealth of The
Bahamas bounded on the North by a 20 foot wide road
reservation and running thereon Fifty-nine and Ninety
hundredths fees (59.90) on the East by Lot Number 36
and running thereon One hundredd and Thirty feet (130.00)
on the South by a Public Road known as Hampshire Street
and running thereon Fifty-nine and Ninety hundredths fees
(59.90) and on the West by Lot Number 38 and running
thereon One hundred and Thirty feet (130.00) wich said
piece parcel or lot of land has such position shape
boundaries marks and dimensions as are shown on a plan
filed herein and thereon coloured yellow
AND IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959
AND IN THE MATTER of the Petition of Mildred S.
Marra
NOTICE
The Quieting Titles Act 1959
The Petition of Mildred S. Marra of the Island of New
Providence one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas
in respect of: ALL THAT piece parcel or tract of land containing
Seven thousand Seven hundred and Eighty-six square feet (7,786.00)
being Lot Number 37 Block 3 of "Westward Villas Subdivision"
situate on the Northern side of Hampshire Stree on the Island of
New Providence one of the Islands of Commonwealth of The
Bahamas bounded on the North by a 20 foot wide road reservation
and running thereon Fifty-nine and Ninety hundredths fees (59.90)
on the East by Lot Number 36 and running thereon One hundred
and Thrity feet (130.00) on the South of a Public Road known as
Hampshire Street and running thereon Fifty-nine and Ninety
hundredths fees (59.90) and on the West by Lot Number 38 and
running thereon One hundred and Thirty feet (130.00) which said
piece parcel or lot of land has such position shape boundaries marks
and dimensions as are shown on a plan filed herein and thereon
coloured yellow
Mildred S. Marra claims to be the owner of the fee simple
estate in possession of the tract of land hereinbefore described free
from encumbrances.
AND the Petitioner has made application to the Supreme
Court of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas under Section 3 of
The Quieting Titles act 1959 to have her title to the said tract of
land investigated and the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court in
accordance with the provisions of the said Act.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that any persons having
Dower or a Right to Dower or an Adverse Claim or a claim not
recognized in the petition shall on or before the lth of October
A.D., 2005 file in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner
or the undersigned a statement of his claim in the prescribed form
verified by an Affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such
person to file and serve a statement of his claim on or before the
11th day of October A.D., 2005 will operate as a bar to such claim.
Copies of the FiledPlan may be inspected at"
1. The Registry of the Supreme Court; and
2. The Chambers of Graham, Thompson & Co., attorneys
for the Petitioner, Sassoon House, Shirley Street & Victoria Avenue,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas.
Dated the 19th day of July A.D., 2005
GRAHAM, THOMPSON & CO.,
Chambers,
Sassoon House,
Shirley Street & Victoria Avenue,
Nassau, Bahamas.
Attorneys for the Petitioner


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LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE

International Business Companies Act
(No. 46 of 2000)

EIDOS MARKETING LIMITED
IBC NO. 111853B
In Voluntary Liquidation
Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 131 (2) of the
International Business Companies Act, (No. 46 of 2000), EIDOS
MARKETING LIMITED, is Dissolution.
The date of Commencement of dissolution was 21st day of July 2005.
Sovereign Managers Limited c/o Suites 1601/1603, 16th Floor, Kinwick
Centre, 32 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong King in the Liquidator of
EIDOS MARKETING LIMITED.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JEFFREY VERNISE, NASSAU
VILLAGE, HOUSE #49, 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 29th day of JULY, 2005 to the Minister respohsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, RO.Box N- 7147,. Nassau,
Bahamas.


NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that TISHA DOLCE, .MARSHAL
ROAD, MISTY GARDENS, 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 29TH day of JULY, 2005 to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, RO.Box N- 7147, Nassau,
Bahamas.


Swiss Private Bank
is presently seeking application
for an


OPERATION MANAGER

Requirements:

Strong Supervisory and Organization Skills
5 years Minimum Related Experience in a Private
Bank
Knowledge of French
Knowledge of all Aspects of Back Office Operations
Strong Problem Solving and Decision-Making Skills
Knowledge of Olympic Banking Software would be
an asset.
Responsibilities:
Co-ordinate and supervise the day-to-day operation of the
bank and implement new projects as they come along.

Please send resume to be handle confidentially to:
P.O. Box N-7678.


NOTICE

Pursuant to Section 35(1) of the Lotteries and
Gaming Act, Chapter 351 of the Statute Laws
of The Bahamas, Notice is hereby given that
PNK (EXUMA) LTD., a company incorporated
under the Laws of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas, in accordance with provisions of
sections 34 of the aforementioned Act, has
made application to the Secretary of the Gaming
Board of The Bahamas for a licence to operate
a casino of approximately 5000 square feet
situate at the Emerald Bay Resort, Exuma, The
Bahamas. Any person or persons having
objection should submit two copies of the
objections to the Secretary of the Gaming Board
at P.O.Box N-4565, Nassau, The Bahamas.


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UBS Trustees (Bahamas) Ltd., a leading international
trust company, is presently looking for a


Senior Trust Officer

This position is open to candidates with the following
minimum requirements:

Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline:
Post graduate degree in law and/or a STEP
designation;
Several years experience in an offshore trust.;
company;
Ability to speak a second language is a plus;
Extensive PC knowledge.

Personal qualities
Good analytical, organisational and
communication skills;
Committed to service excellence;
Able to work on own initiative;
Positive and flexible attitude;
Team player

Interested persons meeting the above criteria should apply
in writing, enclosing a full resume with cover letter to:

UBS Trustees (Bahamas) Ltd.
Human Resources
P.O. Box N-7757
Nassau, Bahamas


NOTICE OF SALE


Caves Point Management Limited (hereafter "the Company")
invites offers for the purchase of ALL THAT Unit Number 7F
of "Caves Point Phase IV" Condominium situated on West
Bay Street in the Western District of the Island of New
Providence being a three (3) bedroom/ three (3) bath apartment
unit together with ALL THAT 1.25234% share in the cormnon
property of the Condominiums.

The Company makes no representations or warranties with
respect to the state of repair of the building situate thereon.

The Company will sell under Power of Sale contained in a
declaration of Condominium dated the 3rd day of November,
A.D., 1999 which is recorded in Volume 77 at pages 299 to
428.

TERMS: Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price at
the time of contract and the balance upon completion
within Thirty (30) days of contract.

This sale is subject to reserve price. The Company reserves
the right to reject any or all offers.

Any enquiries can be addressed to the Caves Point Property
manager (Tel: 327 4122 or Fax: 327 4125). Interested persons
must submit written offers addressed to The Directors, Caves
Point Management Ltd., Caves Point, West Bay Street, P.O.
Box N-65, Nassau, Bahamas to be received no later than the
close of business on Wednesday the 10th day of August A.D.,
2005.


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TEL: (242) 325-4942 "-'C.. T,,- P.O. Box N-8860
FAX: (242) 322-4649 NASSAU, BAHAMAS

INCORPORATED UNDER THE REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND SALESMAN ACT 1995




PUBLIC NOTICE
REAL ESTATE BOARD
LICENSED BROKERS



The Public is notified for general information that in accordance with
the requirements of the Real Estate (Brokers & Salesmen) Act 1995,
and as July 31st 2005, the persons listed hereunder are licensed to
practice until 31s December, 2005.


BROKER
Ageeb Charles P.O. Box SS-5931 Nassau, Bahamas 0017
Albury James N. P.O. Box CB-13516 Nassau, Bahamas 0150

Albury K. Geraldine P.O. Box EL-27045 Governors Harbour, Eleu. 0067
Albury Ruth Anne P.O. Box AB-22183 Treasure Cay, Abaco 0068
Alexlou C. Alexander P.O. Box N-3371 Nassau, Bahamas 0470
Andrews Sllvi P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0202
Armaly Christop er P.O. Box SS-19805 Nassau, Bahamas 0316
Armbrister F. Anthony General Delivery Fernandez Bay, Cat 0298
Armbrister Francis P.O. Box N-7684 Nassau, Bahamas
Armstrong Gurney P.O. Box SS-5230 Nassau, Bahamas 0018
Auberg Paula P.O. Box N-8877 Nassau, Bahamas 0069
Basalyga Lana P.O. Box N-8245 Nassau, Bahamas 0480
Bethel F. John P.O. Box N-3006 Nassau, Bahamas 0020
Bethel Patricia P.O. Box AB-20179 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0057
Bethell E. Lawrence P.O. Box GT-2278 Nassau, Bahamas 0225

Bethell Kathleen General Delivery Green Turtle Cay, Abaco 0148
Bishop Wendie P.O. Box SS-19931 Nassau, Bahamas 0323
Black J. Suzanne P.O. Box N-8245 Nassau, Bahamas 0488

Bridges V. Elizabeth P.O. Box F-42482 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0237
Brooks J. Barbara P.O. Box N-4646 Nassau, Bahamas 0003
Brown Barbara P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0073
Brown Geoffrey, Sr P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0010
Brown Geoffrey, Jr. P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0113
Brown lan Lester P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0074
Brownrigg Andrea P.O. Box SS-6299 Nassau, Bahamas 0075
Buckner H. Garth P.O. Box CB-13500 Nassau, Bahamas 0125
Buckner F. Hugh P.O. Box CB-13500 Nassau, Bahamas 0012
Buckner Jolicka P.O. Box CB-13500 Nassau, Bahamas 0492
Callender C. Jason P.O. Box N-4820 Nassau, Bahamas 0075
Cargill Trevor P.O. Box CB-13484 Nassau, Bahamas 0023
Cartwright C. Brent P.O. Box AB-20900 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0379
Cartwright Selena P.O. Box SS-19710 Nassau, Bahamas 0126
Cartwright Steven P.O. Box SS-5205 Nassau, Bahamas 0295
Cash I John P.O. Box AB-22212 Treasure Cay, Abaco 0538
Charles A. Christie P.O. Box N-8245 Nassau, Bahamas 0077
Chipman Sonia P.O. Box GT-2078 Nassau, Bahamas 0065
Christie Cara P.O. Box N-8164 Nassau, Bahamas 0335
Christie John P.O. Box N-8164 Nassau, Bahamas 0114
Coakley Bismark A. P.O. Box N-3180 Nassau, Bahamas 0060
Cole Paul P.O. Box N-7776 Nassau, Bahamas 0079
Dudley S. Coverly P:O. Box N-9318 Nassau, Bahamas 0312
Damianos Premock, Virginia P.O. Box N-732 Nassau, Bahamas 0028
Damianos, Nicholas George, Jr. P.O. Box N-732 Nassau, Bahamas 0027
Darville Christopher E. P.O. Box CB-11932 Nassau, Bahamas 0127
Delevaux J. Alphonso P.O. Box N-732 Nassau, Bahamas 0030
Demeritte TerryV. P.O. Box FH-14578 Nassau, Bahamas 0362
Disston M. June P.O. Box N-7776 Nassau, Bahamas 0080
Duckworth, Kathleen E. P.,OBox"B,I150O. Naqu,,,Baha ':. 02 i
Durrant-Harding Jeannie P.O. Box SS-5277 Nassau, Baham s 0081';
Edgecombe Kinsley ..O. Box N-10414 Nassau, Bahamas :::I; 0082
EvansSandra Box AB0955 Mars arbur, Abaco 0368
Farrington Christopher P.O.Box N-4949 Nassau, Bahamas 0424
Ferguson H.V. Rudolph P.O. Box N-10892 Nassau, Bahamas 0083
Fox Percy P.O. Box EX-29190 Georgetown, Exuma 0085
Frazer B. Astrid P.O. Box CB-13250 Nassau, Bahamas 0084
Gates Laddie P.O. Box SS-6339 Nassau, Bahamas 0144
Gibson Levi P.O. Box N-957 Nassau, Bahamas 0009
Graham P. Gregory P.O. Box CB-13443 Nassau, Bahamas 0086
Gray Erskine P.O. Box SS-19246 Nassau, Bahamas 0290
Halbert Stuart P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0405
Hall Marie Anne P.O. Box AP-59098 Nassau, Bahamas 0300

Hall Robert, Sr. P.O. Box F-43250 Freeport,Grand Bahama 0131
Hanchell Walter P.O. Box N-1444 Nassau, Bahamas 0032
Hanna P. Aubrey P.O. Box N-3162 Nassau, Bahamas 0087
Hanna T.G. Sterling P.O. Box N-4142 Nassau, Bahamas 0033
Harding Godfrey A. P.O. Box SS-5277 Nassau, Bahamas 0171
Hebpurn Roberta P.O. Box N-7776 Nassau, Bahamas 0089
Herrod Christopher P.O. Box CB-13647 Nassau, Bahamas 0803
Higgs Vincent P.O. Box AB-20285 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0035
Hudson-Carey B. Priscilla P.O. Box CB-10959 Nassau, Bahamas 0052
Johnson H. Steven P.O. Box FH-14397 Nassau, Bahamas 0333
Johnson Wendy P.O. Box SS-19270 Nassau, Bfiamias 0176
Jones-Dixon K. Antoine P.O. Box EE-15014 Nassau, Bahamas 0457
Kanitsch O. Fred P.O. Box CB-12103 Nassau, Bahamas 0004
Knowles A. Erskine P.O. Box CB-11894 Nassau, Bahamas 0036
Knowles Geoffrey P.O. Box N-1818 Nassau, Bahamas 0140
Knowles P.D. Brenda P.O. Box SS-19085 Nassau, Bahamas 0356
Knowles R. Danielle P.O. Box CB-12396 Nassau, Bahamas 0474
Knowles Reginald P.O. Box SS-6272 Nassau, Bahamas 0092
Knowles Vicky P.O. Box N-8164 Nassau, Bahamas 0438
Knowles Warren P.O. Box SS-6219 Nassau, Bahamas 0037
Lee Andre P.O. Box CB-11196 Nassau, Bahamas 0337
Lee Derek A. P.O. Box AB-20777 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0245
Lightboum E Bertram P.O. Box F-40693 Freeeport, Grand Bah. 0215
Lightboum Colin P.O. Box N-4949 Nassau, Bahamas 0279
Lorey Jillian P.O. Box EL-27153 Nassau, Bahamas 0331
Lowes T. William P.O. Box N-3371 Nassau, Bahamas 0041
Lowes V. Daisy P.O. Box N-3371 Nassau, Bahamas 0040
Mactaggart Neil, Jr. P.O. Box SS-19223 Nassau, Bahamas 0093
Maillls P. Alexander P.O. Box N-4014 Nassau, Bahamas 0247
Martinborough Donald P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0044
Massoni G. Carmen P.O. Box N-4949 Nassau, Bahamas 0060
Mlaycock Eugene P.O. Box N-10414 Nassau, Bahamas 0350
McKay R. Malcolm P.O. Box N-442 Nassau, Bahamas 0136
McKinney C. Tamina P.O. Box CB-13443 Nassau, Bahamas 0523
Mellor Ann Cynthia P.O. Box F-43991 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0194
Miller Bernard P.O. Box N-11404 Nassau, Bahamas 0299
Moir James P.O. Box CB-13836 Nassau, Bahamas 0177
Morley R. John P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0094
Mosko E.P. Nicolas P.O. Box N-1130 Nassau, Bahamas 0407

Mosko N. Emmanuel P.O. Box N-1130 Nassau, Bahamas 0042
Mosko N. Michael P.O. Box F.40368 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0409
Moss Charles P.O. Box F-41247 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0302
Newbold H. James P.O. Box -10411 Nassau, Bahamas 0156
Neymour B. Cedric P.O. Box N-4164 Nassau, Bahamas 0043
Nutt Robert N. P.O.BoxCB-13010 Nassau, Bahamas 0440
Perry T. Ferguson P.O. Box SS-19282 Nassau, Bahamas 0303
Pierce S. Michael P.O. Box N-1458 Nassau, Bahamas 0287
Pinder B. Craig P.O. Box SS-6894 Nassau, Bahamas 0286
Powell R. Edith P.O. Box N-4225 Nassau, Bahamas 0096
Rees Melanie P.O. Box SS-19085 Nassau, Bahamas 0061
Roberts Daisy P.O. Box N-7872 Nassau, Bahamas 0143
Roberts Larry W. P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0007
Roberts Leslie P.O. Box SS-5959 Nassau,.Bahamas . 0047 .-
Roberts Marcellus P.O. Box AB-22183 Treasure Cay, Abaco 0097
Roberts Mark P.O. Box N-7516 Nassau, Bahamas 0212
Roberts T.A. Garth P.O. Box F-41671 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0157
Rnharts Thnmas P.O. Box N-918 Nassau, Bahamas 0048


Roberts Tyrone P.O. Box SS-6070 Nassau, Bahamas 0116
Sattem Paul General Delivery Green Turtle Cay, Abaco 0098
Sawyer Chad P.O. Box AB-20404 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0099
Schmidt Betty P.O. Box CB-11706 Nassau, Bahamas 0847
Scott-Fitzgerald Allardyce P.O. Box EE-17389 Nassau, Bahamas 0185
Scriven Sylvia General Delivery Deals, Long Island 0005
Sealy Theodore P.O. Box N-1506 Nassau, Bahamas 0050
Shaw-Sadler Peter P.O. Box N-1516 Nassau, Bahamas 0049
Shepard Caron P.O. Box SS-5640 Nassau, Bahamas 0502
Smith A. George Hon. P.O. Box N-8245 Nassau, Bahamas 0120
Smith Lester P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0104
Stewart Linda P.O. Box AB-20856 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0365
Stuart Osbourne P.O. Box N-10119 Nassau, Bahamas 0195


Stuart Preston, Jr. P.O. Box F-42596 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0311
Sweeting A. Carla P.O. Box SS-6650 Nassau, Bahamas 0507
Sylvester Sidney P.O. Box SS-5607 Nassau, Bahamas 0373
Symonett E. Oris P.O. Box N-7795 Nassau, Bahamas 0014
Symonette Brent P.O. Box N-3709 Nassau, Bahamas 0053
Symonette Stafford Rev. P.O. Box AB-22205 Treasure Cay, Abaco 0197

Taylor E. Elizabeth P.O. Box EL-25195 Governors Har. Eleuthera 0198
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Tay-o--Rici Janet General Delivery Is. 0054
Thompson Christopher General Delivery Hope Town, Abaco 0393
Thompson Curtis P.O. Box N-10067 Nassau, Bahamas 0107
Thompson Elaine P.O. Box AB-20404 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0108
Thompson Franklemae P.O. Box CB-11230 Nassau, Bahamas 0121

Thompson Louise Mary P.O. Box F-43221 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0200:
Tumquest E. Lorraine P.O. Box N-8408 Nassau, Bahamas 0160
Turnquest-Hurlock Judith P.O. Box EX-29008George Town, Exuma 0483
Ward Nicholas P.O. Box SS-8236 Nassau, Bahamas 0123


Wallace-Whitfield Christine P.O. Box F-41361 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0367
Weech Da, d P.O. Box CB-11932
Weiche W.Charles P.O. Box EL-25176 Governors Har. Eleuthera 0564
W6tis Valerie P.O. Box EE-16021 Nassau, Bahamas 0358
Wells Wayne P.O. Box SS-5989 Nassau, Bahamas 0352
Wicky Hazel P.O. Box N-3709 Nassau, Bahamas 0329
Wilde rlon P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0055
Wildgoose A. James P.O. Box N-7417 Nassau, Bahamas 01,1
Winner J. Allan P.O. Box CB-10964 Nassau, Bahamas .0O0
Wong M. Ruth, JP P.O. Box N-535 Nassau, Bahamas 012r
Wszolek Heinz P.O. Box N-7113 Nassau, Bahamas 0111
Young Sheila P.O. Box N-1567 Nassau, Bahamas 0270





SIGNED: WENDELL S OUR DATE: AUGUST 5TH, 2005
REGISTRAR OF REAL ESTATE ... .....


BROKERIAPPRAISER

Beauregard Rowan Lorraine P.O. Box EL-27600 Spanish Wells, Eleuthera 0452
Brownrigg B. Robin P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0021
Carey C. Frank P.O. Box N-4764 Nassau, Bahamas 0008
Carey Mario P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0022
Carey H. Paul P.O. BoxCB-11556 Nassau, Bahamas 0190
Christie McPherson William P.O. BoxN-8164 Nassau, Bahamas 0015
Cleare Samuel Douglas P.O. Box N-7655 Nassau, Bahamas 0169
Cross J. Kevin P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0025
Davis Ambrose P.O. Box N-957 Nassau, Bahamas 0476
Dean Rudolph P.O. Box SS-5988 Nassau, Bahamas 0500
Dupuch M. Peter P.O. Box SS-6650 Nassau, Bahamas 0170
Ellis L. Garnett P.O. Box CB-11517 Nassau, Bahamas 0305
Galanos Peter P.O. Box CR-54906 Nassau, Bahamas 0361
Gibson Levi P.O. Box N-957 Nassau, Bahamas 0009
Harding Willis General Delivery Salt Pond, Long Isalnd 0217
Lightbourn C. Michael P.O. Box N-4949 Nassau, Bahamas 0039
Lowe K. C. Paul P.O. Box N-8164 Nassau, Bahamas 0380
Mauricio Jorge P.O. Box N-9128 Nassau, Bahamas 0345
Morley F. David P.O. Box SS-19085 Nassau; Bahamas 0006
Pinder Rachel P.O. Box N-3709 Nassau,Bahamas 0381
Ritchie G. Paul P.O. Box EE-16336 Nassau, Bahamas 0046
Sands A. Thomas, Jr.: P.O.Box EL-26030 RockSoundEeuther ---..0253--
Seymour Wendall P.O. Box SS-6938 Nassau, Bahamas 0011
Strachan Patrick P.O. Box FH-14636 Nassau, Bahamas 0013
Stubbs G. Irwin P.O. Box N-3903 Nassau, Bahamas 0052
Wilson Franon P.O. BoxN-3180 Nassau, Bahamas 0517
Wong U. William P.O. Box CB-11932 Nassau, Bahamas 0503

SIGNED: WENDELL SEYMOUR DATE: AUGUST 5TH, 2005
REGISTRAR OFAAL ESTATE



SALESMAN ...--- -..-- ..- ..-.--... ..-. ....... ... ---
Aaron-Helen ....;:...:. :..: .... .P O. Box SS-6650 Nassau, Bahamas 0817;
Ageeb--Greg P.O. Box SS-5931 Nassau, Bahamas 0431
Ageeb'A.A Mark "- ".:' P.O. Box SS-5931 Nassau, Bahamas 0432.
Albury Benjamin P.O. Box SS-6650 Nassau, Bahamas 0812.
Albury John P.O. Box N-23 Nassau, Bahamas 0056
Albury Ruth P.O. Box AB20473 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0707
Albury William P.O. Box AB-20404 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0850
Ambrister Floyd Q. P.O. Box SS-5230 Nassau, Bahamas 0471
Aranha Linda P.O. Box CB-11853 Nassau, Bahamas 0651
Arthur Robert General Delivery Harbour Island, Elethera 0800
Auberg Peter P.O. Box N-8877 Nassau, Bahamas 0278

Bain Julian P.O. Box F-41361 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0541
Barone Tracey P.O. Box EE-15240 Nassau, Bahamas 0831
Beede Charles P.O. Box LI-30129 Salt Pond, Long Island 0374
Berlanda Andrew P.O. Box CB-11713 Nassau, Bahamas 0645.
Bethell Andrea P.O. Box GT-2278 Nassau, Bahamas 0112
Bethell Francis P.O. Box N-10119 Nassau, Bahamas 0613
Bethell Michelle Jane P.O. Box N-1014 Nassau, Bahamas 0828
Birch Patricia 1P.O. Box SS-5277 Nassau, Bahamas 0434
Bonzcek Zachary J. P.O. Box N-5777 Nassau, Bahamas 0516
Bowe-Pindling Diane P.O. Box SS-19246 Nassau, Bahamas 0321
Brown Monica P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0433

Burrows G. Beatrice P.O. Box F-43644 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0203

Burrows Claudius P.O. Box F-43099 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0805
Butler Claudette P.O. Box N-1462 Nassau, Bahamas 0840
Butler Clement P.O. Box N-7665 -Nassau Bahamas: ......0210.
Butler EI'Dora P.O. Box FH-14053 Nassau, Bahamas. 0514
Callender Sara P.O. Box N-7655 Nassau, Bahamas 0348
Carroll Ridley P.O. Box CB-11556 Nassau, Bahamas 0360
Carey Charles P.O. Box F-43258 Freeport, Grand Bah 0328
Cash John I. P.O. Box AB-22212 Treasure Cay, Abaco 0538
Cash William G., Jr. P.O. Box AB-22212 Treasure Cay, Abaco 0538
Cates Christopher P.O. Box 33 Rock Sound, Eleu 0533
Chaplin Kenneth P.O. Box SS-6650 Nassau, Bahamas 0813
Consantakls Margot P.O. Box LI-30129 Salt Pond, Long Island 0553
Cox Felton P.O. Box N-4685 Nassau, Bahamas 0511
Culmer Raymond P.O. Box CB-13599 Nassau, Bahamas 0179
Curry R. Joseph P.O. Box EE-15019 Nassau, Bahamas 0708
Daley Dwayne P.O. Box N-1567 Nassau, Bahamas 0830
Dames Debra P.O. Box N-9453 Nassau, Bahamas 0532
Damlanos G. Nicholas P.O. Box EE-15019 Nassau, Bahamas 0708
Darling Dennis P.O. Box N-1335 Nassau, Bahamas 0777
Darville A. Mark P.O. Box N-8998 Nassau, Bahamas 0777
Darville Donna General Delivery Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0841
Davis E. Jeanette P.O. Box N-3371 Nassau, Bahamas 0476
DeGregory Daphne
Disston Jacob P.O. Box N-7776 Nassau, Bahamas 0385
Disston Sara P.O. Box N-7776 Nassau, Bahamas 0484
Duckworth Emily P.O. Box SS-6115 Nassau, Bahamas 0460
Duncanson Myrtis P.O. Box F40368 Nassau, Bahamas 0703
Durrant Victor P.O. Box CB-11932 Nassau, Bahma.........0841
Edgecombe Cheryl P.O. Box N-10414 Nassau, Bahamas 0490
Edgecombe Vemita P.O. Box CB-12646 Nassau, Bahamas 0499
Farrington Jennifer P.O. Box N-4949 Nassau, Bahamas 0424
Ferguson B. Alaric General Delivery Nassau, Bahamas 0294
Flowers Tyrone P.O. Box N-4764 Nassau, Bahamas 0117
Fountain Yvonne P.O. Box SS-19246 Nassau, Bahamas 0346
Francis Camille P.O. Box N-7655 Nassau, Bahamas 0347
Frost James E. P.O. Box CB-13516 Nassau, Bahamas 0506
Halbert Carolee P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0822
Hall Jean P.O. Box F43250 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0130


Hall Jr. Robert .. ........ ......... .. P.O.BoxF-14098 Freeport,.Grand Bahama...0132.
Harding Jeanette P.O. Box N-3371 Nassau, Bahamas 0301
Harding Suzanne P.O. Box N-732 Nassau, Bahamas 0854

Hepburn Nicola P.O. Box N-1052 Nassau, Bahamas 0555
Higgs Lauren P.O. Box N-4949 Nassau, Bahamas 0656
Holowesko-Dunkley Diane P.O. Box N-7776 Nassau, Bahamas 0490
Husby Virginia P.O. Box F-2527 Freeport, Grand Bah 0371
Hutchinson Templeton P.O. Box CB-1156 Nassau, Bahamas 0821
Ingraham Dena P.O. Box N-3180 Nassau, Bahamas 0848
lonson John P.O. Box N-7776 Nassau, Bahamas 0815
Johnson Janet P.O.Box AP59107 Nassau, Bahamas 0462
Johnson Josefina P.O. Box N-8164 Nassau, Bahamas 0239
Johnson Edwin Leslie P.O. Box GT-2049 Nassau, Bahamas 0357
Johnston William P.O. Box AB-20413 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0436
Jones Lise P. O. Box SS-19019 Nassau, Bahamas 0297
Kelly Ardeina P.O. Box N-9544 Nassau, Bahamas 0819
Kelly George P.O. Box N-3006 Nassau, Bahamas 0840


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Kettel Jennifer P.O. Box N-3709 Nassau, Bahamas 0426
Klonaris James P.O. Box N-1130 Nassau. Bahamas 0396
Knowles Christopher Timothy P.O. Box F-43221 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0542
Knowles Craig General Delivery Elbow Cay, Abaco 0459
Knowles Franklyn General Delivery Hopetown, Abaco 0266
Knowles Graham P.O. Box CR-54906 Nassau, Bahamas 0620
Knowles Henry P.O. Box CR-54906 Nassau, Bahamas 0622
Knowles Jennifer P.O. Box F-40684 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0262
Knowles Judith P.O. Box LI-30646 Hamilton's Long Island 0390
Knowles Odla P.O. Box N-3180 Nassau, Bahamas 0851
Knowles Ruth P.O. Box N-7795 Nassau, Bahamas 0166
Knowles Samara P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0537
Knowles Shannon P.O. Box N-8164 Nassau, Bahamas 0773
Lee Margaret P.O. Box AB-20777 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0364
Legros Roger P.O. Box N-1130 Nassau, Bahamas 0283
LIghtboum Christopher P.O. Box CR-56766 Nassau, Bahamas 0845
Lightboum-Petersen Heather P.O. Box N-4949 Nassau, Bahamas 0422
Longley Harold P.O. Box FH-14636 Nassau, Bahamas p539
Lowe Christopher P.O. Box SS-5841 Nassau, Bahamas 0852
Lowe Daniel P.O. Box F-42748 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0847
Mackey Chanelle P.O. Box N-7795 Nassau, Bahamas 0285
Mallory Tanya P.O. Box F-41991 Freeport, Grand J807
Mazulr Johnelle P.O. Box N-4949 Nassau, Bahamas 57
McCarroll Jason P.O. Box N-3371 Nassau, Bahamas 0155
McCartney I. Marjorie P.O. Box SS-5224 Nassau, Bahamas 0478
McCorquodale A. Dave P.O. Box SS-6650 Nassau, Bahamas 0354

McNamara Dorothy P.O. Box F-43991 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0818

Mellor Paul P.O. Box F-43991 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0211

Mellor Stephen P.O. Box F-4391 Freport, Grand Bahama 0823


MIaoulis Anthony P.O. Box N-1130 Nassau, Bahamas 0624
Miaoulis Irene P.O. Box N-1130 Nassau, Bahamas 0639
Miller Bradley P.O. Box SS-6650 Nassau, Bahamas 0802
Minnis A. Edward General Delivery Current Ridge, North Ele 0472
Moncur David P.O. Box N-4341 Nassau, Bahamas 0322
Morris Jonathan P.O. Box N-732 Nassau, Bahamas 0832
Mosko B. Jennifer P.O. Box N-1130 Nassau, Bahamas 0304
Mosko George P.O. Box N-1130 Nassau, Bahamas 0823
Mosko James G. P.O. Box N-1130 Nassau, Bahamas 0430

Mosko M. Maria P.O. Box F-40368 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0408
Moss-Cartwright Chaz P.O. Box F-41247 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0642
Moxey Joel P.O. Box N-4949 Nassau, Bahamas 0856
Murray Allan P.O. Box N-10414 Nassau, Bahamas 0826
Murray Kristlna P.O. Box N-10414 Nassau, Bahamas 849
Newell Cindy P.O. Box CB-13836 Nassau, Bahamas 0494
Newell Ed P.O. Box CB-13836 Nassau, Bahamas 0495
Outten Sydney P.O. Box N-3162 Nassau, Bahamas 0603
Papal Mary Carloyn P.O. Box SS-6297 Nassau, Bahamas 0053
Parker PyperG. P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0429
Parker Chandra P.O. Box SS-6050 Nassau, Bahamas 0619
Parker Sara P.O. Box CB-10964 Nassau, Bahamas 0543
Patterson Jane General Delivery Hopetown, Abaco 0842
Patton Edward P.O. Box N-7795 Nassau, Bahamas 0188
Pilcher Kenneth P.O. Box N-506 Nassau, Bahamas 0772
Finder A. Leslie P.O. Box AB-21027 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0456
Pinder Abner P.O. Box EL-27479 Spanish Wells, Harb. Is. 0402
Pinder Brenda P.O. Box EE-16336 Nassau, Bahamas 0282
Pinder Sean P.O. Box N-7776 Nassau, Bahamas 0708
Finder E. Sharon P.O. Box N-732 Nassau, Bahamas 0461
Pinder H. Roderick P.O. Box EL-25125 Nassau, Bahamas 0505
Finder Jessica P.O. Box AB-20404 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0178
Pinder Percival P.O. Box AB-20473 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0119
Plummer Christopher P.O. Box AB -20777 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0325
Premock Lana P.O. Box N-732 Nassau, Bahamas 0775
Governor's Har.,
Pyform Mary Elisa P.O. Box EI-50 Eleuthera 0277
Rahmlng F. Anthony P.O. Box N-1035 Nassau, Bahamas 0363
Ramsingh Margaret P.O. Box SS-19981 Nassau, Bahamas 0450
Ritchie Chennika P.O. Box EE-16336 Nassau, Bahamas 0659
Ritchie Paula Cindy P.O. Box EE-16336 Nassau, Bahamas 0341
Ritchie-Johnsoi Kimra P.O. Box EE-16336 Nassau, Bahamas 0416
Ritchie-Johnson T. Melissa P.O. Box EE-16336 Nassau, Bahamas 0388
Roberts J. Amanda P.O. Box SS-6339 Nassau, Bahamas 0145
Roberts Christopher P.O. Box AB-20856 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0618
Roberts Gregory General Delivery Hopetown, Abaco 0549
Roberts Jane P.O. Box N-918 Nassau, Bahamas 0280
Roberts Rosita P.O. Box 14 Harbour Island, Elethera 0320


Rodgers Harold P.O. Box F-42596 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0317
Rowe Wendy P.O. Box EX-29178 Georgetown, Exuma 0422
Russell Eric P.O. Box SS-5446 Nassau, Bahamas 0822
Russell Faye P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0403
Russell June P.O. Box AB-20967 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0524
Ruzicka A. Elizabeth General Delivery Hopetown, Abaco 0418
Sands Mallin P.O. Box AB-20900 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0548
Sargent Esther P.O. Box N-10133 Nassau, Bahamas 0839
Sawyer Faron P.O. Box AB-20777 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0860
Sawyer Richard P.O. Box N-732 Nassau, Bahamas 0443
Schreiner Laurie General Delivery Hopetown, Abaco 0071
Scully Susan P.O. Box N-506 Nassau, Bahamas 0444

Shepherd A. Natasha P.O. Box EL-27045 Harbour Island, Elethera. 0487
Silvester Maria P.O. Box AB-20900 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0606
Simms Jonathan P.O. Box SS-19931 Nassau, Bahamas 0843
Smith Robert P.O. Box SS-19981 Nassau, Bahamas 0666
Stack Jennifer P.O. Box CB-13443 Nassau, Bahamas 0446
trachan Kyron Elizabeth P.O. Box N-3180 Nassau, Bahamas 0313
Stubbs Tammice P.O. Box N-3903 Nassau, Bahamas 0168
Sturm-Johnson Dianne P.O. Box SS-6299 Nassau, Bahamas 0468
Sullivan Kerry General Delivery Hopetown, Abaco 0506
Sweeting P.N. Barbara P.O. Box N-4718 Nassau, Bahamas 0356
Sweeting Stephen G. P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0855
Symonette Robin P.O. Box N-3709 Nassau, Bahamas 0423
Thomas Perry P.O. Box AB-20900 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0387
Thompson Linda-Marie P.O. Box N-1110 Nassau, Bahamas 0276
Thompson Mark P.O. Box CB-11932 Nassau, Bahamas 0485
Thompson William P.O. Box AB-20404 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0604
Thorndycraft William P.O. Box AB-20955 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0607
Thurston Annamae P.O. Box F-44658 Freeport, Grand Bahama 0243
Treco Jennifer P.O. Box SS-6285 Nassau, Bahamas 0515
Turner Cortez P.O. Box N-903 Nassau, Bahamas 0706
Turnquest Angelo P.O. Box N-8408 Nassau, Bahamas 0447
Tynes V. Donald P.O. Box CB-10964 Nassau, Bahamas 0122
Vythoulkas Natasha P.O. Box SS-5277 Nassau, Bahamas 0564
Wanklyn Luleen P.O. BoxN-7776 Nassau, Bahamas 0412
Weech E. David P.O. Box SS-19350 Nassau, Bahamas 0491
Weech F. Katherine General Delivery Alice Town, Bimini 0449
Wells Anthony P.O. Box SS-6650 Nassau, Bahamas 0814
Wilson-Bowe Geneva P.O. Box CB-13498 Nassau, Bahamas
Williams Philip P.O. Box EE-1627 Nassau, Bahamas 0704
Wazolek-Euteneur Chantelle P.O. Box N-7113 Nassau, Bahamas 0466

SIGNED: WENDELL SEYMOUR, REGISTRAR OF REAL ESTATE DATE: AUGUST 5TH, 2005


SIGNED: WENDELL SEYMOUR, REGISTRAR OF REAL ESTATE


DATE: AUGUST 5TH, 2005


NAME OF LICENCEE P.O. BOX ISLAND NO.
AUCTIONEER (ONLY)___
Kirk Hinsey N-3180 Nassau, Bahamas 0137


APPRAISER (ONLY)
Bethel Godrey A. P.O. Box F-42389 Freeport, Grand Bah 0397
Bethell J. Patrick P.O.Box AB-20521 Marsh Harbour, AB 0404
Bethell W. Wilshire P.O. Box N-8485 Nassau, Bahamas 0383
Major F.M. Joseph P.O. Box FH-14673 Nassau, Bahamas 0235
Rodrigues Anton P.O. Box N-1132 Nassau, Bahamas 0562
Rolle K. Alvan P.O. Box N-7401 Nassau, Bahamas 0227
Smith Koe P.O. Box SS-6490 Nassau, Bahamas 0229
Woods Wellington P.O. Box CB11777 Nassau, Bahamas 0162

DEVELOPER (ONLY)
Clarke Clinton O. P.O. Box CB-11111 Nassau, Bahamas 0469
Colebrook Arthur P.O. Box N-3745 Nassau, Bahamas 0392
Deveaux Judy P.O. Box SS-19248 Nassau, Bahamas 0232
Ferguson Berkley Alexander P.O. Box N-4278 Nassau, Bahamas 0391
Friese Joerge P.O. Box LI-30105 Stella Maris, Long Island 0386
Kinsale Jason P.O. Box CB-13766 Nassau, Bahamas 0641
Laville Sir Andrell C. P.O. Box N-7782 Nassau, Bahamas 0326
Munnings H. Wendell P.O. Box SB-51542 Nassau, Bahamas 0182
Patton S. Michael P.O. Box EE16964 Nassau, Bahamas 0497
Pyfrom M. Giselle P.O. Box N-4777 Nassau, Bahamas 0_44_ 1
Thompson Quint P.O. Box CB-13168 Nassau, Bahamas 0770
Turnquest E. Whanslaw P.O. Box N-1836 Nassau, Bahamas 0700
Williams Clarence IP.O. Box N-4439 Nassau, Bahamas 0291
Wrinkle Stephen P.O. Box N-4704 Nassau, Bahamas 0563


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Opprtuit


DATE: AUGUST 5TH, 2005


Economist II





The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago is seeking to recruit suitably qualified
professionals to fill the position of Economist II in the Research Department.


Job Summary

To assist with the management of relevant research projects, so as to provide timely and
accurate economic analysis to to the senior management of the Central Bank.



Principal Accountabilities

* Assists with the coordination and supervision of research projects on relevant aspects
of macroeconomics, monetary and financial policy.

Assists in coordinating and supervising the production of statistical and routine
reports.

Attends Policy Meetings and responds to queries from the public on macroeconomic
and other research related issues.

Represents the Bank at local and international fora in technical and related issues.


Education and Experience

A B.Sc. Degree in Economics (at least Lower Second Class Honours).

A post-graduate degree in Economics, Business or Finance or equivalent post-
qualification training (minimum five years).



Key Competencies



Analytical Skills/Problem Solving Ability to analyze issues in a thorough,
systematic manner; to focus on critical details while keeping sight of the big picture;
to make well-reasoned, timely and sound decisions and to develop solutions.

Communication Skills Good oral/presentation skills and ability to prepare
reports and make recommendations on compliance and other regulatory matters
in a clear and concise manner.

Teamwork and Cooperation The ability to work with others interdependently
toward a common goal and to feel a shared responsibility with other members of
a team/department.


The Bank offers an attractive remuneration package commensurate with qualifications
and experience which includes a group health plan and other benefits.



Applications should be made in writing to:


Senior Manager, Human Resource & Communications
Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago
PO. Box 1250
Port of Spain
Trinidad & Tobago


Email: hr@central-bank.org.tt
Fax No.: 1-868-624-6528


Closing date for submission:- August 10, 2005


All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
All applications will be acknowledged


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SALESMAN/APPRAISER

Culmer Kenneth
Sands Rodger General Delivery Tarpum Bay, Eleu. 0149
White Spencer P.O. Box N-957 Nassau, Bahamas 0518
Albury Kathleen P.O. Box AB-20777 Marsh Harbour, Abaco 0482


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THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS


SCHOLARSHIP & EDUCATIONAL LOAN DIVISION

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION


IMPORTANT NOTICE




-- 2005 DISBURSEMENT EXERCISE

GOVERNMENT OF THE BAHAMAS

GUARANTEED LOAN FUND PROGRAMME


THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE WISHES TO ADVISE THAT THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE FURTHER DISBURSEMENT AT THE UPCOMING 2005 DISBURSEMENT
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ADDERLEY
ADDERLEY
ADDERLEY
ADDERLEY
ADDERLEY
ADDERLEY II
ALBURY
ALBURY
ALCIME
ALLEN
ALLEYNE
AMBROSE
AMBROSE
ANTONIO
ARCHER
ARCHER
ARCHER
ARCHER
AUSTIN
BAILIOU.
BAIN
BAIN
BAIN
BAIN
BAIN
BAIN-CURTIS
BANNISTER
BARBES
BARNETT
BARRY
BARTLETT
BELL
BELL
BELL III
BELLE
BENEBY
BETHEL
BETHEL
BETHEL
BETHEL
BETHEL-JOHNSON
BETHELL
BETHELL
BETHELL
BETHELL
BODIE
BODIE
BODIE III
BOOTLE
BOWE
BOWE
BOWE
BOWE
BOWLEG
BOWLEG
BOWLEG
BRENNEN
BRIDGEWATER
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN.
BROWN
BROWN-RUSSELL
BURROWS
BURROWS
BURROWS
BURROWS-SYMONETTE
BUTLER
CAMBRIDGE
CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL
CAPRON
CAPRON
CARDRON
CAREY
CAREY
CARGILL
CARGILL JR,
CARROLL
CARROLL
CARTER
CARTWRIGHT
CARTWRIGHT
CARTWRIGHT
CARTWRIGHT
CARTWRIGHT
CARTWRIGHT
CASH
CASH
CATALANO
CHANDLER
CHEA
CHISHOLM
CHISHOiM
CHISHOLM
CLARE
CLARE
CLARKE
CLARKE
CLARKE
CLEARE
CLEARE
COAKLEY
COLEBY
COLEBY SR
COLLIE
COLLIE
COLLIE
COLLINS
COOPER
COOPER
COOPER
COOPER
COOPER
COOPER
CORBETT
COX
COX
CULMER
CULMER
CULMER
CUNNINGHAM
CUNNINGHAM
CURRY


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PATRICE
WILFRED
JUSTIN
SHERLYN
DEBRA
DANIEL
IAN
MARC
T'SHURA
KIMLEE
DAMIAN
KRIZIA
ONIKE'
SHAMIKA
DOMINIC
MONALISA
KYLE
MARK
NORIAL
ROBERT
SHANDRA
DOROTHY
KANDIS
NIKITA
DUSTIN
TREVOR
DAVINA
PRINCESS
SHANTRA
WILLIAM
LATANYA
BIANCA
ANAISHA
JAIME
MARLON
TERAN
DEBORAH
CHRYSTAL
IAN
JENNY
VICTORIA
CHARMAINE
ZESARAE
GEORGE
YVONNE
ANDREW
JOSEPH
KIZZY
SAIDA
ALEXIA
ANTHON
MARIO
MARGUERITE
NATASHA
GLADSTONE
LA'KEISHA
LESLIEANN
MELISSA
SHERMAN
VICTORIA
INDIRA
DANIELLE
JONATHAN
KENWOOD
RANDOLPH
YURI
SHARANDA
ALIA
JANEL
LETITIA
SHENICA
ALISTAIR
INDIRA
BURNELL
AMBER
SONIA
ALDYN
ADRIAN
AMALIKO
SIAKERA
CHEZARAE
DAVIANNE
GREGORY
ITALIA
JASONETTE
KEVIN
NYSHEENA
GARETH
MAURISKA
CHRISTOPHER
TIVONA
GERALD
JOREZ
LAKEISHA
LEWISA
CHANTA
MIGUEL
KEDAR
MONIQUE
RON
CUTELL
ISHEIKA
LISAGAY
INDIRA
LENNOX
KISHNELL
SHAKERA
TITO
HEIDI
BRADIA
ERICA
GREGARIO
MARCIA
MICHAEL
MICHAEL
CRYSTAL
DARLESIA
DAVID
LENDEISHA
LEONARDO
MAVIS
CASSEY
PAULETTE
DAVID


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CLINTINA #4 BERRY AVE., YAMACRAW ESTATES
LYNETTE #10 ACADIAN PLACE, GOLDEN GATES
ANDREA TULIP BOULEVARD EASTWOOD ESTS.
JOHNNETTE #15 FLAMINGO DRIVE, SUNSET PARK
MARIE #135 FARRINGTON ROAD
TIMOTHY #71 NASSAU EAST BLVD.
JERMAINE GALLERY ROAD, CORAL HEIGHTS
LYNETTE SEA BREEZE DRIVE
ALTHIA SAFFRON LANE, CAMPERDOWN HGTS
ANDRE #19 SKYLARK ROAD, DANNOTTAGE ESTS.
D'ARCY RUGBY DRIVE, WINTON ESTATES
LAMAR #9 FAITH AVENUE SOUTH
AKEESHA #9 FAITH AVENUE, SOUTH, BELAIR ESTS.
SHAKETA SOUTHWARD SOUTH SUNSHINE PARK
KELVIN 13 NASSAU EAST BOULEVARD
ANN MARIE BROADFIELD ROAD, WINTON
FADIA #16 ELEU. DRIVE, YAMACRAW BCH. ESTS.
PHILIPA ALICE STREET
DEREK BREADFRUIT, PINEWOOD GARDENS
#12. BEL SNO CLOSE CARMICHAEL
MICHAEL #18 LITTLE HYDE PARK, SEA BREEZE
ALEXANDER 104 GORDON AVENUE
PRINCE CALVIN STREET, VILLAGE ESTATES
JAMAAL PERPALL TRACT, WEST BAY
JANETTE PETREA STREET, EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION
DIANA THOMAS ROAD, CORAL LAKES
MONIQUE SKYLINE DRIVE
LASHANDRIA 100 PIRAGUA STREET, LUCAYA
CHRISTOPHER 501 INAGUA AVENUE, LUCAYAN RIDGE
GEORGE #583 MELVERN RD., YELLOW ELD.GRDNS.
ANDREE #11 INCENSE COURT, EASTWOOD ESTATE
MARGARET #62 PIONEERS WAY EAST
TANTAQUE #210 MILLENNIUM GARDENS
CONSTANTINO #310 GRAHAM- DRIVE .
LATOYA #1666 SINGAPORE COURT
TENNIELLE #11 FILLET CT, COLONY VILLAGE ESTS.
LASHONYA. MIMOSA AVENUE .
CAMERON GOLDEN ISLE ROAD, SOUTHERN BREEZES
'MICHRAEE ---. JOHNSON ROAD
JEMIKO SILVER PALM LANE IMPERIAL PARK
ESTELLA #5 BISHOP STREET, NASSAU VILLAGE
TIFFANY ANN PETER AVENUE, GLENISTON GARDENS
DOMINIQUE #10 BRISTOL AVENUE
JACQUELINE #59 SEAGULL GARDENS YAMACRAW
CHARISSE TURNQUEST ALLEY, SOLDIER ROAD
TARNEITH CARMICHAEL ROAD
ANTOINETTE #10 SIMMS HAVEN
ALLINGTON #11 CARROT ROAD, WINTON MEADOWS
PATRICIA CARMICHAEL ROAD
ANTHONY ROBERTS BOULEVARD, CORAL HARBOUR
SHEAN BAILLOU HILL ROAD
DACEL #10 MONTROSE DRIVE
LESLEY NASSAU
TENIQUE 16 MUSSAENDA AVE., GARDEN HILLS 2
WALTER HOPKINS DRIVE, CORAL HARBOUR
LYNDEN #118 LAKE COURT, BIG POND
MILA #1 WILLIAMS WAY
ISABELLA E3 RUMCAY VILLAS
G #4 GAMBLER VILLAGE
LATOYA #147 ST VINCENT ROAD
AISHLING #47 ALEXANDER BLVD, NASSAU VILLAGE
ELIZABETH #178 MORGAN LANE
ANTHONY JASMINE DRIVE, WINTON MEADOWS
MARIE 65 GLENCOE DRIVE, SOUTH BAHAMIA
NYOKA #5 GUADELOUPE, GOLDEN GATES #2
MARIA #22 BENSON ROAD
NATHANIEL #8 SPITFIRE RD., STAPLEDON GARDENS
QUINCY FLAMINGO BAY
ANDREW 191 YAMACRAW SHORES
WAITHE #8 BIRD RD. .& IVY TERRACE, SUNSET PK.
YOULAN 42 IMPRERIAL PARK-
PATRICE #108 MUSKET CLOSE. FORTUNE BAY
FELICIA 3 SALEM ALLEY OFF KEMP ROAD
NICOLE #23-TRAD.WINDS DRIVE
ANYA ...------- 21-NASSAU'EAST-BLVB.,;NASSAU EAST
ALEXIS LUCAYA CIRCLE
MICHELLE 442 BARBADOS AVENUE
SAFFRON LANE, CAMPERDOWN HEIGHTS
MERLANN 129 YORKSHIRE STREET
JENNILLE SEA HORSE DRIVE, SEA BREEZE ESTATES
RENARDE L #7 BRISTOL ROAD
ALTON 16 TULIP BLVD., EASTWOOD ESTATES
ANTWONE #32 BAYLILY DRIVE, SEA BREEZE ESTATES
R EAST STREET SOUTH, SMITH'S APTS.
ALEXANDRO TOWER ESTATES DRIVE
ALEXIS COVENTRY CREST BLUE HILL ESTATES
SUMMER HAVEN DRIVE
DONNEICE JOE FARRINGTON ROAD
VINCENTEE SOLDIER ROAD, WEST GARDEN HILLS
ELDON
SYMANTHA TURTLE DRIVE
SHELBY AMERYLLIS AVENUE, GARDEN HILL
FELICIA TOPACOLAN AVE., SANDILANDS VILLAGE
LEATANDOR 17 NEW HOPE DRIVE JOANS HEIGHTSh
MARIE #104 EMERALD CIRCLE, TREASURE COVE
JAMAAL #98 QUICK SILVER, SILVER GATES
OMERIS #36 BAHAMA ROAD
SHANTINA RIDGELAND PARK, EAST
CYNDEL PT 10 CARMICHAEL ROAD
RATASSJA #4 WINTON MEADOWS
CLINTON FAITH GARDENS
TAVARES BALDWIN AVENUE
ELIZABETH #27 ROBERTHA DRIVE
NICHOLAS INCENSE COURT
INGRID #108 MINNIE STREET
ONAE QUEENS HIGHWAY
TRUDIAN 14 RUPERT DEAN LANE-GRANTS TOWN
TERRESKA #7 MEADOWS BLVD, WINTON MEADOWS
CRAIG MCKINNEY DRIVE, FIRETRAIL ROAD
TYVETTE #418 AUSTRALIA AVE., ELIZABETH ESTATE
VALREEN 198 KLUDEER..
OWEN #165 SINGAPORE CT., FLAMINGO GRDNS.
ROSETTE EASTWOOD ESTATES
ROWLEAN #27 HAMPSHIRE WEST VILLAS
SHAMISE #156 OATES LANE
OMARSHARIfF- ---PINE YARD ROAD
ANDREEA APT #1 SEA BEACH ESTATES
JAVON EVERGLADES RD., WINTON MEADOWS
MARCUS #2 ABACO DRIVE
CHARLEAN 1331 BREADFRUIT ST., PINEWOOD GRONS.
K PO.BOX CR-55753
ORLANDO #10 SPRINGFIELD ROAD, FOX HILL
ADLANCA LA. DRIVE
CALEB WHITE ROAD
ELOISE OLEANDER LANE
TAMEKA #76 WATER STREET, BIG POND SUBDIV
ARETHA #110 SEYMOUR ST., YELLOW ELD. GRDNS.
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CURTIS ALBERTHA
DARLING LAMONT
DARLING RAYNETH
DARVILLE, GABRIELLE
'DARVILLE .SAMANTHA
DAVIS ANTEREU
DAVIS CIRA
DAVIS DAVID
DAVIS KENDAL
DAVIS NATASHA
DAVIS RASHAID
DAVIS RICARDO
DAVIS JR. JAMES
DAWKINS :ANTONYA
DEAL FRANKEL
DEAN HOLLANDA
DEAN JOELICIA
DEAN JONELLE
DEAN KADESHA
DEAN TAIOVANNI
DELANCEY KENVA
DELEVEAUX FEREN
DEMERITTE KEMIA
DEMERITTE KEMUEL
DEVEAUX DON
DEVEAUX GACINTHA
DICKERSON TIFFANY
DORESTANT TRACEE
DORSETT GERRIANNE
DORSETT IANTHE
DORSETT KENDALL
DORSETT RENALDO
DORSETT TIADRA
DUNCOMBE 'rASHIF
DUNCOMBE TOKOYO
EDGECOMBE DEVAUGHN
EDGECOMBE ERIKA
EDWARDS JESSICA
ELLIS DARRON
EMILE FRANGUY
EUGENE NEISELY
EVANS PATRONELLA
FARQUHARSON JA'QUAY
FARQUHARSON LEILA
FARRINGTON ABIGAIL
FARRINGTON LEANDER
FAWKES INDIRA
FERGUSON AILEEN
FERGUSON CHIMONE
FERGUSON INDIRA
FERGUSON KENDRICK
FERGUSON KIRA
FERGUSON KRISKA
FERGUSON KRISTY
FERGUSON NAVEEN
FERGUSON SHARELL
FERGUSON SONALI
FERGUSON SOPHIA
FERGUSON VANDASO
FERGUSON II TREVOR
FERGUSON JR LIONEL
FERNANDER FABIAN
FLOWERS ALICIA
FLOWERS LAURIKA
FORBES ALEXIS,
FORBES CHARLES
FORBES CLYDE
FORBES DEANNAR
FORBES KASMINE
FORBES RODERICK
FORBES TANYA
FORD DENICE
FORD YACASTA
FOUNTAIN ISAAC
FOWLER SABRINA
FRANCIQUE MARTHA
FRANCIS DEVARD
FRANCIS NATASHA
FRANCIS STACY
FRANCIS WEL'ANDRA
FRANKS BARBARA
FRASER STACIA
FRAZIER JR, PAUL
FRITZ TIA
GARDINER KENEISHA
GARDINER THERESE
GIBSON CHRISTY
GIBSON ELTON
GIBSON GERON
GIBSON ROBERT
GRANT DEOQUILL
GRANT HOLLAND
GRANT NICOLA
'GRAY JAMAL
GRAY JEWEL
GRAY KENYATA
GRAY SHANRIA
GREENE. DEVALDO
GREENE INGER
GREENSLADE KIMEL
HALL ROBERTHA
HALL-DICKENSON MAUREEN
HAMILTON JENNEIL
HANNA ALEXIS
HANNA CHANDIA
HANNA DORINDA
HANNA ERIC
HANNA JOHNIKA
HANNA KISSTONYA
HANNA KRISSY
HANNA TONETTE
HART ACHEAREUS
HEILD CARLA
HENDERSON GEORGENTINA
HENSON DAVRONETTE
HEPBURN JEMMA
HEPBURN LAKEISHA
HIELD TARRAH
HIGGS DONALDA
HIGGS JACQUITA
HIGGS NICHOLAS
HIGGS YUSEF
HIGGS, III GODFREY
HILTON JEANETTE
HOLLINGSWORTH TURIA
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LORELLE JOE FARRINGTON ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#637 JACARANDA ST., PINEWOOD GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
SHAMARA 5 SHOARWLA DRIVE, YEOMANWOOD -GRAND BAHAMA
LORENZO #839 MELVERN RD., YELLOW ELD. GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
TISHAJNA BUTTONWOOD AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
CHANTAL CORAL HARBOUR NEW PROVIDENCE
YVONNE DORIS JOHNSON ESTATES APTi NEW PROVIDENCE::
PEREZ PINE YARD ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE.
ALEXIA #11 BERRY AVENUE. NEW PROVIDENCE
McHALE FOREST DRIVE ABACO
ARTHUR #318 JANSEL CT MALL.DRIVE GRAND BAHAMA
SHERIA BLUE HILL. ROAD SOUTH NEW PROVIDENCE'
KAIRAY 18 PALM LANE SOUTH BEACH NEW PROVIDENCE
ANVAL FOX HILL ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
LORENZO #117 FARNAM COURT GRAND BAHAMA
KETIA #1 QUEEN ELIZABETH DRIVE ABACO
OMAR LIVINGSTON STREET GRAND BAHAMA
KAREN LAVERN #2 RIDGELAND PARK, EAST NEW PROVIDENCE
D'ANDRA HOLMES ROCK GRAND BAHAMA
STEPHANIE NEW PROVIDENCE
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ALEXANDER #49 LOBASTER AVENUE, GOLDEN GATES #1 NEW PROVIDENCE.
AVIA KOOL ACRES, WINDY PINES NEW PROVIDENCE
CLAUDETTE #10 BREAMAR CIRCLE SOUTH GRAND BAHAMA
ANDREZ 16 TOWER ESTATE DRIVE SANS SOUCI NEW PROVIDENCE
ANDREW 16 TOWER ESTATE SAN SOUCI . NEW PROVIDENCE
DIEGO BLUE HILL ROAD, GOLDEN GATES #1 NEW PROVIDENCE
NAKOTA FELECIA BRISTOR'S ROAD ELEUTHERA
ARTRICA #2 LIGHTENING ROAD GRAND BAHAMA
NICOLE #59 NASSAU EAST QUEEN'S ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
NICOLE NICOLE DRIVE, BAMBOO TOWN NEW PROVIDENCE
YNEZ SOLANGE KEMP ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
ISAAC SEVEN HILLS DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
AKEEM THOMAS #13 BUTTONWOOD LANE, SEA BREEZE NEW PROVIDENCE
RAYNELL !,NICOLE DRIVE .,. NEWPROVIDENCE
KAMAAL:.. #22;PURSER ROAD .i... IEW PROVIDENCE
DEREK #132 FIGI COURT NEW PROVIDENCE
KAVONT MARSH HARBOUR ABACO.
ANNISCHA PERRINE CLOSE NEW PROVIDENCE.
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DWIGHT #169 SAVANNAH DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
SHANTEL BELLOT ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#258 MARKET STREET SOUTH NEW PROVIDENCE
NORENEER COWPEN ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
TENNILLE #31 CAMPBELL NEW PROVIDENCE
LATOYA 52 EMERALD GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
#16 SUNRISE ROAD, GAMBLE HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
R #4 FLEX TERRACE NEW PROVIDENCE
IRENE #39 FLAMINGO DR.,SUNSET PK., CARM. NEW PROVIDENCE
HILDA #23 STEAKROAD, COLONY VILLAGE NEW PROVIDENCE
LAKESHA WINTON MEADOWS 11 NEW PROVIDENCE
ARSHIA TWYNAM HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
ALEXANDER #508 SAFFRON STREET, PINEWOOD GRDNS NEW PROVIDENCE
NIKISHA PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
TENEILE #1934 MAPLE STREET, PINEWOOD GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
KASHALA 10 BONNEY WAY NEW PROVIDENCE
LASHAN PALMETTO VILLAGE, MARATHON ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
DORCAS VIOLA #4 APOLLO COURT, CARMICHAEL ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
RAMONA #10 BONNEY WAY OFF JOHN ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
MICKEY ROLLE AVENUE, PEACH STREET -NEW PROVIDENCE
LAMONT #64 MIAMI STREET, ENGLERSTON NEW PROVIDENCE
SIDNEY #44 SHERWOOD DRIVE, SANS SOUCI NEW PROVIDENCE
ARTHUR #15 GLENDALE SUBDIVISIONS NEW PROVIDENCE
CHRISOPHER WEST BAY STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
HEIDI CHRISTOPHER AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
ALEXIS 95 B TAMARIND STREET GRAND BAHAMA
SHAWN #1 GOLDEN GATES STRAIT NEW PROVIDENCE
LEON 10 SUMNER STREET, NEW PROVIDENCE
RONALD YAMACRAW ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
KENDRA #27 CORAL REEF CIRCLE NEWPROVIDENCE
DESHAE 24 SUNDERLAND ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
RANALDO #3 HANNA HILL GRAND BAHAMA
JESSICA CORAL HARBOUR NEW PROVIDENCE
MCKELL CENTER DRIVE, MILLERS HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
MARIA #34 SUNSET RIDGE DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
REID #110 HAMILTON PLACE MT. PLEASANT NEW PROVIDENCE
EARLEAN TAYLOR STREET, NASSAU, VILLAGE NEW PROVIDENCE
#1 PINE BARREN ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
RENALDO ROBERT STREET, WINTON MEADOWS NEW PROVIDENCE
LYNETTE #31 FREDS CLOSE NEW PROVIDENCE
AGATHA #16 ST. THOMAS ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
ANQUINIQUE 72 JOAN'S HEIGHT'S EAST NEW PROVIDENCE
ZA #25 SWANN DRIVE GRAND BAHAMA
NADIA 1883 SPICE STREET PINEWOOD GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
ALVIN TREASURE COVE NEW PROVIDENCE
SHAQUA BELLOT AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
LYNETTE 150A BACONFIELD DRIVE, SUNRISE SUBD. GRAND BAHAMA .
NICOLE #12 GLADITOR ROAD, STAPLEDON GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
DOMONIQUE 50 LADYSLIPPER AVE, GARDEN HILLS NEW PROVIDENCE-
FERDINAND #3 CARROT ROAD, WINTON ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
TEREZ #31 SOLDIER ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
VELOCK #9 MARGOLD FARM RD., JOE FARRINGTON NEW PROVIDENCE
EMMANUEL #58 BAY LILLY DRIVE, SEA BREEZE ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
JACKSON HOPE 32 ST ALBANS DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
CLEOPATRA 74 MIAMI STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
BENJAMIN 38 SOUTH BEACH DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
ALLISON #8 ST MICHAEL ROAD, SOLDIER ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
LATOYA 1992 BAY GERANIUM AVE, PINEWOOD NEW PROVIDENCE
CRYSTAL TEREZ SPARROW LANE, FOXDALE SUBDIVISION NEW PROVIDENCE
SIDNEY #18 MONTOL STREET, MONTEL HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
NATASHA #586 YELLOW ELDER, GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
LACHELLE #2 BEGINNING DRIVE, SOUTH BEACH ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
MELANE #31 FERDINAND DRIVE, MARATHON NEW PROVIDENCE
#26 CORAL REEF ESTATES GRAND BAHAMA
ALEXZAUNDREA FAITH AVENUE, SOUTH NEW PROVIDENCE
KRYSTINA CANTERBURY PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
ROCHE 15 GRASMERE DRIVE GRAND BAHAMA
#18 WINDSOR STREET, FOX HILL NEW PROVIDENCE
O'NEAL #23 ALNERMARIE RD., RODGELAND PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
EDWENA #8 POINT LOOKOUT GRAND BAHAMA
LAKOYA OAKES FIELD NEW PROVIDENCE
MARIA #243 TEACH PLACE, PINERIDGE GRAND BAHAMA
SHERENE LAKESHORE ROAD, BIG POND SUBD. NEW PROVIDENCE
NAVARRIO NEW PROVIDENCE
LOUISE 28 PEACH STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
LATASHIA PINE BARREN ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
KRISTONIA #29 BUTLER STREET, NASSAU VILLAGE NEW PROVIDENCE
DE'ANDRA EXUMA AVENUE, YAMACRAW NEW PROVIDENCE
DESSICA #88 INDIA DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
LAUREN #24 PINK PEARL DRIVE, FORTUNE POINT NEW PROVIDENCE
ANISKA SOLDIER ROAD MARATHON NEW PROVIDENCE
CAROLA #281 BAILEY STREET, MILLINEUM GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
DAWSON ELEUTHERA
OMAR MAJOR ROAD, YELLOW ELDER GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
ALEXANDER ROBINSON ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
ALEXIS RED ROAD ELEUTHERA
MICHELLE FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA GRAND BAHAMA
ELDICA #68 AUGUSTA STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
MELINDA 43 ST. KITTS GOLDEN GATES NEW PROVIDENCE


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Surname

HUYLER
IJEOMA
INGRAHAM
INGRAHAM
INGRAHAM
IPHILL
JACKSON-MCPHEE
JARRETT
JENNINGS
JENOURE :
JESUBATHAM
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
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JOHNSON1
JOHNSON-
JOHNSON,
JOHNSON
JOHNSON;
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON JR
JOHNSON-FERGUSON
JONES
JONES
JONES
JONES JR.
JOSEPHf -
JOSEPA'
JULIEN
JULIEN
JUPP
KELLY
KEMP
KEMP
KEMP
KERR
KERR
KING
KING
KING
KNOWLES
KNOWLES
KNOWLES
KNOWLES
KNOWLES
KNOWLES
KNOWLES
KNOWLES JR
LAGUERRE
LAING
LAING
LARAMORE
LARODA
LEATHEN
LIGHTBOURNE
LIGHTBOURNE
LIGHTBOURNE
LLOYD
LONGLEY
LOUIS
LUNDY
MACKEY
MACKEY-PAUL
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR ------
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR JR
MARTIN
MARTIN
MATHER
MATHER
MCDONALD III
MCGREGQR
McHARDY
MCINTOSH
MCKENZIE
MCKENZIE
MCKENZIE
MCKENZIE-CULMER
MCKENZIE-GIBSON
MCKINNEY
MCPHEE
MCPHEE
MESIDOR-THIMOTHEE
MESSAM ,
MICKLEWJITE
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER i .
MINNIS
MINUS
MITCHEL
MONCUR
MORALLY
MORLEY .
MORTIMER
MORTIMER
MOSS ..
MOSS .
MOSS-LLOYD
MOTT
MOULTRIE
MOUNTS
MOXEY '
MOXEY
MULLINGS
MULLINGS
MULLINGS
MUNNINGS
MUNNINGS
MUNROE
MUNROE
MUNROE.
MURPHY
MURRAY
MUSGROVE
NAIRN
NAIRN
NAIRN
NEELEY
NEELY
NEELY-ADDERLEY
NEWBOLD
NEWBOLD
NEWMAN
NEWRY
NEWTON
NIXON
NIXON
NORTH
NOTTAGE
OLIVER
OSCAR
OUTTEN


PANZA
PARKER
PAUL
PEARCE
PEARCE
PENN
PIERRE
PIERRE
PINDER
PINDER
PINDER
PINDER
PINDER
PINDER
POITIER
POITIER
POITIER JR
PRATT
PRATT
PRATT
PRATT
PRATT
RAHMING


Firstname

DEBARO
NEKA
DONOVAN
JADETRA
TAVANETTE
PATREKA
WANDA
CAUSLEY
LYNDEN
DARIO
JULIAN
ANTOINE
ARIES
CLINT
DELORES
DEVARIO
EMILE
KATURAH
KHALYNE
KHRISTLE
LADASHIA
LAUREN
MONIQUE
RENEE
ROSA
SECARA
SHAUNDICA
TANYA
SHERWIN
MICHELLE
ANTHONIQUE
DANITA
JAVARA
GREGORY
MADELEINE
SHAVONE
MARJORIE
ROMONA
COLIN
OLIVIA
ALFAHNIQUE
LaSHAN
LEONETTE
ANTONIA
NAKIA
LENETTE
RIND
VALENCIA
ABDUL
ANDREW
BIANCA
KENNY
MAGAN
MONIQUE
RENO
ANTHONY
MAGUERITE
D'ANDREA
MEGAN
PHYLICIA
TAVARES
DALE
ALPHEUS
ARLINGTON
SHALESHANDA
DASHANDO
JAMAAL
CYNTHIA
OCASIO
AMANDA
SHENIQUE
CHRISTINA
DONNELL
JAMAAL
-LEAH. -
LENARDO
MYTHIA
NADIA
TOQUELL
DON
MIQUEL
SHAQUA
ELSENA
LATORIE
LUTHER
JASMINE
SHANIQUE
SHARA,
JAMAAL
LASHAN
SID
REMONIA
ABBYGAIL
MITCHELL
COFFI
KENDRICK
YVETTE
JEVON
CLEVELAND
DeANDREA
DECONIL
KERA
KWIVAN
MIQUELL
RICARDO
RONIKA
SAMITRIA
SHARANIQUE
SHAVONNE
'TEZANNE -
TIA
CHANDILLE
;AVRILC
SANDRA
HUGH
EUGENA
ANGELO
TAMEKA
INDIRA
TRISTAN
KATIE
KIMWOOD
ANTOINETTE
REUBEN
KIMBERLY
MARCUS
BIANCA
ERIN
KIMBERLY
NEVILLINA
VALENTINO
ANNIE-LAURIE
PRESLEY
SHERRY
GERTRUDE
CHENARA
D'ANTAE
CAROLYN
SKISHNELL
VERONICA
TRILENE
SHANTELL
MARSHA
DAMIAN
DERELLE
ORRIN
ANTOINETTE
RAMON
CELESTE
JERARD
SHAMICKA
GINAE
KRYSTLE
JEANETTE
MELINDA
TAKIA


TAMARA
CARLTON
EILEAH
RYAN
BERNICE
GEA
JOHN
ANTOINETTE
DARIA
DAVID
DREXEL
LATANYA
PATRICIA
DARIO
LAWRENCE
PHILIP
AMBER
ERNEST
JEMIA
KEISHA
ROBIN
APRYAL


Middlename

DOMIQUE
ELISA
LIONEL
SHAMOUIR
CHRISTIAN
MERCEDES
DENISE
THERON
BERTRAM
KRISTOFF
JERROD
GERARD
NARAE
KURT
OLGA
ULYSSIS
JAMAAL
SUSAN
THERYSE
AMI VERNEE
KENYA
AILEEN
ANGELICA
PAMELA
LUEANNE
DIANNE
PATRICIA
LYNETTE
GODFREY
DENISE
MARIA
MINDY
TENNEILLE
ARTHUR

GWENETH

NEKERA
ANDREW
ANDREA
CHERKERA
ANYA
OLIVIA
SHANTEL
DOROTHY
MARIA
OMAR

DOMONIC
JOHN-WILLIAM
JADE
ROSS
STEPHANIE
TEREZ
PATRICK
MICHAEL

ANASTASIA
BROOKE
NYREE JOAN
KELSON
RESONA
LIVINGSTON
ALFRED
NADIA, KASHANA
RUSTUM
SANDREW


SANDY
LATOYA
ELOISE
CHARLENE
NORMAN
LETETIA..
KESHAWN
CARITA GISELLE
DENISE
SHAVARGNIA
BRENDON
LESHAN
JACENTA
DENISE
DEREL
HALDANE
ANASTACIA
RENISKA
ROLANDA
GARY
ALEXANDRIA
BRICE
DEGRIE
BERNEATHA
T
TAWANA
ANTONE

N
JOHN
ELIAZABETH
DESHEEN
GRACE
GLENN-ANTHONY
OLIVIA
DEON
GEIANN
ELIZABETH
KENYA
SYNETTE
SAM
ANISKA:
MERLEEN
SILEANA
MARITA
ALFRED
CELESTINE
DONALD
NICOLE
LASHAN
KAREEN
EDWINA
M'GOY
DOROTHY
A
MELISSA
MOODY
ANTOINETTE
ALICIA
TOMEKA
QUTEL


LEVANNE
L
MAZEL
TRECHELLE
SHANDERA
NANCY
PAULINE


Street Address


Island


NASSAU VILLAGE NEW PROVIDENCE
#5 BRISCO STREET, BLAIR ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
#341 JAMAICA AVENUE, ELIZABETH NEW PROVIDENCE
10 SANFORD MEWS, SANDFORD DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
ANDROS
87 SANDFORD DRIVE, HIGHLAND PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
BOWE COVE NEW PROVIDENCE
#19 JANAL DRIVE, BAMBOO TOWN NEW PROVIDENCE
#3 MCCULLOUGH CORNER .& EAST ST. NEW PROVIDENCE
#13 MERMAID BLVD, EAST NEW PROVIDENCE
#57 TUCKAWAY RD NEW PROVIDENCE
#1690 WALNUT ST., PINEWOOD GEDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
APT #1 EAST STREET, SOUTH NEW PROVIDENCE
APT. #1 ALLEN DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
APT 6 PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
#16 SISAL ROAD, GOLDEN GATES NEW PROVIDENCE
CORAL LAKES, CORAL HARBOUR NEW PROVIDENCE
#13 ST KITTS ROAD, GOLDEN GATES #2 NEW PROVIDENCE
2 FORG AVENUE, KENNEDY SUBDIVISION NEW PROVIDENCE
#6 SPENCE CLOSE NEW PROVIDENCE
#16 EATON AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
#14 WOODES RODGERS DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
ELEUTHERA
#10 COWPEN RD., SIR G. BARLETT SUBD. NEW PROVIDENCE
LEEWARD EAST NEW PROVIDENCE
#74 PALM BEACH STREET, ENGLERSTON NEW PROVIDENCE
19 SAVANNAH AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
ST ALBAND CLOSE NEW PROVIDENCE
MILLERS COURT, CARMICHAEL ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#2 KOOL LEE COURT, KOOL ACRES NEW PROVIDENCE
#12 PEARL DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
2104 BRAZILETTA ST., PINEWOOD GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
JASMINE DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
ANGLE ROAD, EASTWOOD SUB NEW PROVIDENCE
HOPE TOWN ABACO
125A ABERDEEN DRIVE, SOUTH BAHAMA GRAND BAHAMA
#13 CLIFTON SSTREET NEW PROVIDENCE
#37 PINK CASSIA AVENUE, GARDEN HILL NEW PROVIDENCE
#20 BENSON ROAD, DANNOTTAGE ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
344 ROCKY PINE RD., ROCKWELL 'ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#253 COMMONWEALTH BLVD, ELIZ. ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#58 SOUTH BEACH DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
#89 YAM. HILL RD., WINTON MOWS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#762 MELVERN RD., YELLOW ELD. GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#12 CREPE MYRTLE AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
INGUANA WAY, BEL AIR ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
#31 TURTLE DRIVE, BELAIR ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
#13 DUNMORE STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
PORT LUCAYA GRAND BAHAMA
#131 MOUNT ROYAL AVE., KENIWORTH ST. NEW PROVIDENCE
#12 ESSEX STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
PINEYARD ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#15 JOHNSON ROAD ESTATES, FOX HILL NEW PROVIDENCE
APT #1 MALCOLM ROAD, WEST NEW PROVIDENCE
#14 BARNS ROAD, CORAL HARBOUR NEW PROVIDENCE
#42 MEETING STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
#28 CONSTITUTION DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
JUMBEY DRIVE, GOLDEN GATES #1 NEW PROVIDENCE
ORCHARD CLOSE, SEA BREEZE LANE NEW PROVIDENCE
NASSAU EAST NEW PROVIDENCE
#1 ZION BLVD, OSUTH BEACH NEW PROVIDENCE
MCLEANS TOWN GRAND BAHAMA
#299 GRAHAMS DR. NEW PROVIDENCE
LINCOLN BLVD NEW PROVIDENCE
#185 ELEUTHERA DRIVE, HAWSBILL GRAND BAHAMA
#629 JACARANDA STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
AVACARDO GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
#9 CLARIDGE ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
SOLDIER ROAD, WEST NEW PROVIDENCE
WEST BAY STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
#22B OXFORD AVENU, MARKET STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
COCKBURN STREET, FOX HILL NEW PROVIDENCE
FREEPORT ABACO
#10 POITIER AVENUE, BOYD SUBDIVISION NEW PROVIDENCE
@27 HARRISON SQUARE. NEW PROVIDENCE
23 BAMBOO BLVD NEW PROVIDENCE
#44 MT PLEASANT VILLAGE NEW PROVIDENCE
#8 DANITA DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
205 BAHAMA REEF BLVD GRAND BAHAMA
#9 WILLET ROAD, EASTERN ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
2 JUSTINWAY BLUE HILL ESTATE NEW PROVIDENCE
#228 MELBORNE CREST GRAND BAHAMA
MATHER TOWN GRAND BAHAMA
#100 ADVENTURES WAY, MARCO CITY GRAND BAHAMA
#17 BENSON ROAD, DA NEW PROVIDENCE
104 MAGELLAN CREST GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
#25'NEW HOPE DR., JOANS HGHT. WEST NEW PROVIDENCE
#197 ST .VINCENT ST., GOLDEN GATES #2 NEW PROVIDENCE
1 HUNT CLOSE NEW PROVIDENCE
#19 CORDIA AVENUE, GARDEN HILLS NEW PROVIDENCE
MARKET STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
#52 COLONY VILLAGE NEW PROVIDENCE
WEST BAY STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
#40 BLUE BONNET DR., SOUTH BCH. ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#60 PRISON LANE, FORT FINCASTLE NEW PROVIDENCE
4 TOWN COURT, NASSAU STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
1667 BAMBOO ST., PINEWOOD GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
APT #3 MALCOLM ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#23 BARBADOS STREET, GOLDEN GATES #2 NEW PROVIDENCE
#34 TURTLE DRIVE, BEL-AIR ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
11 McKINNEY AVE., STAPLEDON GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
ABACO
ST.BARTS ROAD, GOLDEN GATES NEW PROVIDENCE
APT.5, KOOL ACRES NEW PROVIDENCE
#1 LONDON AVENUE, MILLERS HEIGHTS .NEW PROVIDENCE
#14 MARGARET AVENUE, MILLER HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
204 BAHAMA BLVD, FLAMINGO GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
#1 LONDON AVENUE, MILLERS HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
#8 CLARIDGE ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#280 BAILEY RD., MILLENNIUM GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
#24 ROVER DRIVE GRAND BAHAMA
#39 YAMACRAW BEACH ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
#26 WILSON TRACT, ENGLERSTON NEW PROVIDENCE
#59 MAIN RD./#867 YELLOW ELD. GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#5 YORKSHIRE DRIVE G.. ... RAND BAHAMA
JACARANDA ST., PINEWOOD GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
#7 RAYMOND ROAD, CLARIDGE ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
HANNA ROAD, KOOL ACRES NEW PROVIDENCE
BOUGHAINVILLEA BLVD, SOUTH BEACH NEW PROVIDENCE
281 AMBER CLOSE EAST. TREASURE COVE NEW PROVIDENCE
BRADLEY STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
MCKINNEY DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
#958 CASCARILLA ST., PINEWOOD GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#28 GROVE AVENUE, WEST BAY STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
54 TOBAGO CRESCENT NEW PROVIDENCE
TWAYNAM HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
6 MONTGOMERY AVE., FLAMINGO GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
MONTEGO ROAD GRAND BAHAMA
#1 GRACE AVENUE, MARATHON ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
ALL SAINTS ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
JOE FARRINGTON ROAD, FOX HILL ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
YAMACRAW SHORES #1 NEW PROVIDENCE
APT #2 SUNRISE ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
CORAL HARBOUR WEST NEW PROVIDENCE
GOLDEN ISLES ROAD, GOLDEN MEADOWS NEW PROVIDENCE
#33 LEEWARD ALISE, GOLDEN GATES #2 NEW PROVIDENCE


ARLETTE STRATTON DRIVE ABACO
TAMIKO #54 TRINIDAD AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
DENISE #3 TALL PINE NEW PROVIDENCE
DEANDREA # 2 OFF EAST STREET SOUTH NEW PROVIDENCE
ALEXANDREE #303 FLAMINGO GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
LATONYA #32 WESTRIDGE DRIVE, WESTRIDGE ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
DONOVAN NASSAU EAST, NORTH NEW PROVIDENCE
SAMBRIANNA #16 FLORIDA COURT NEW PROVIDENCE
CECIL MIGUEL #34 NELSON ROAD, CHICHESTER GRAND BAHAMA
LORRAINE #2 SUNSET RIDGE, SAN SOUCI NEW PROVIDENCE
PETER #2 SUNSET RIDGE, SAN SOUCI NEW PROVIDENCE
FREDRICKA #2 SEA BEACH ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
DANIELLE #29 PALM AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
ANTONIA' #1 CALVIN STREET, VILLAGE ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
#16 MASONS ADDITIONS NEW PROVIDENCE
SHAKERA LAUREL JONES TOWN GRAND BAHAMA
LYNETTE #7 LABOUR STREET, FARM ROAD .NEW PROVIDENCE
LETITIA #7B LAWERENCE CLOSE_ PINERIDGE GRAND BAHAMA
ALEXANDER #25 ISLES WAY NEW PROVIDENCE
CHATILLY #98 SKYLINE LAKES NEW PROVIDENCE
JONATHAN #15 ANTHURIUM AVE, GARDEN HILL #2 NEW PROVIDENCE
TAMIKA #67 FIRST STREET COCONUT GROVE NEW PROVIDENCE
JOAN #7 ADVENTURER'S WAY GRAND BAHAMA
#57 FINLAYSON STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
PATRICIA #24 QUARRY MISSION ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
ELLEN #5 PINDERS POINT GRAND BAHAMA
DA'VILLE VASHAINESEA BREEZE LANE NEW PROVIDENCE
STEVENSON #20 ASCENSION DRIVE GRAND BAHAMA
LAKEISHA #1833 SOURSOP ST., PINEWOOD GARDEN NEW PROVIDENCE
CHRISTINA 92 DOUGHTY LANE GRAND BAHAMA
ERIC #26 HOWARD STREET, CHIPPINGHAM NEW PROVIDENCE
LEON MARGRET LANE, GARDEN HILLS II NEW PROVIDENCE
#74 PARKVIEW AVE., GLENISTON GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
TAMIA DELCINE #5 BOOTY DRIVE, FORTUNE BAY GRAND BAHAMA
#29 DAVIS STREET, OAKES FIELD NEW PROVIDENCE
SHANTY #24 TEESTREET, CORAL LAKES NEW PROVIDENCE
DIANE #171 EXPLORER WAY GRAND BAHAMA
SADE ADDICIA #68 WPPDLAND WAY, WINTON HEIGHT NEW PROVIDENCE
SEKERA VILLAGE ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE


Surname Firstname

RAHMING CANDISE
RAHMING CELESTE
RAHMING JASMIN
RAHMING VONYA
RAHMING YVONNE
RAMPERSAD MONIQUE
RENE' MARGARET
RICHARDSON AVIA
RILEY MELISSA
ROBERTS ALEXIS
ROBERTS LESUMMAH
ROBERTS LEVARD
ROBERTS MARSHA
ROBERTS NORMA
ROBERTS PHILECE
ROBERTS III LEONARD
ROBERTS JR BOISY
ROBINS ROWENA
ROBINSON DANIQUE
ROBINSON DENIELLE
RODGERS NAKEISHA
ROKER SCOTT
ROLLE ALFRED
ROLLE CHERMAC
ROLLE CHERNENKA
ROLLE CLEO
ROLLE FAYONNE
ROLLE HOSEA
ROLLE KIFFANY
ROLLE LAWRENCE
ROLLE LISA
ROLLE LORRAINE
ROLLE PHILLIPPA
ROLLE QUASETTE
ROLLE SAMANTHA
ROLLE SERENA
ROLLE SHANTELL
ROLLE TAIMA
ROLLE TARA
ROLLE JR JAVAN
ROLLINS III ARTHUR
ROMER ALIAH
ROSE TERRELL
RUSSELL CAROLYN
RUSSELL- DEAN SANELISA
RUTHERFORD KHRYSTLE
RUTHERFORD TAZIA
SANDS ANDALINO
SANDS DONNETTE
SANDS GLADYS
SANDS LINDRICK
SANDS SHERADO
SAUNDERS ANTONIA
SAUNDERS GINA
SAUNDERS IESHIA
SAUNDERS INGRID
SAUNDERS KIMBERLEY
SAUNDERS II AUDLEY
SEARS SARAI
SEARS DR RACQUEL
SEARS-EVANS MADONNA
SERVILLE DIA
SEYMOUR TREVOR,
SHERMAN ANA
SHERMAN KERI
SHERMAN WILLAMENA
SIMMONS TRACEY
SIMPSON SOPHIA
SKIPPINGS RAQUEL

SMITH BYRON
SMITH CARLYNE
SMITH CHRISTOPHER
SMITH CIJI
SMITH DOROTHY
SMITH DUPREE
SMITH JAMAL
SMITH KEITRA
SMITH KRYSTA
SMITH LEVETTE
SMITH MARIO
SMITH NICCARA
SMITH PRINCESS
SMITH SHERONNE
SMITH TELINA
SMITH TERIA
'SPENCE KINDESHA
SPENCER LAKELL
SPRINGER DELANO
STEWART TIMOTHY
STORR LATOYA
STRACHAN DANIELLE
STRACHAN DERRY
STRACHAN JESULA
STRACHAN TRACY
STRACHAN JR KENNETH
STUART AISHA
STUART BEATRICE
STUART INGRID
STUART MONICA
STUART ROCHELLE
STUART STANYA
STUBBS DANIELLE
STURRUP D'XTIRA
STURRUP KEVA
STURRUP KIERON
STURRUP MARCION
SUCKLE ASHA
SUTHERLAND DETRA
SUTHERLAND JAMAAL
SWAN CHANDA
SWAN JUNILOR
SWANN GHALY
SWANN MIQUELLE
SWANN VANESSA
SWEETING CHRISANTA
SWEETING LATESHA
SWEETING LEO
SWEETING MERICI
SYMONETTE DESCHANEL
SYMONETTE HEATHER
SYMONETTE LEXTON

SYMONETTE SAMANTHA
TAYLOR CHARLENE
TAYLOR DESANDTIA
TAYLOR JASON
TAYLOR JERVIS
TAYLOR KATARVIA
TAYLOR .LAKEYSHA
TAYLOR JR CLEMENT
TERRELLI BRITLEY
THEOPHILUS YOLANDA
THOMAS CLINTON
THOMPSON CHRISTOPHER
THOMPSON INDIRA
THOMPSON JULIEO
THOMPSON NINA
THOMPSON SHAKIRA
THOMPSON TANYA
THURSTON DIONNE
THURSTON MICHELLE
THURSTON RHEA
TOUSSAINT NADEGE
TURNQUEST DOROTHY
TURNQUEST GEORGETTE
TURNQUEST- MCPHEE KATHLEEN
WALLACE AJITA
WALLACE MERRILYN
WALLACE ZONICA
WEIR EURICO
WHITE ELISE
WHITE MICHAEL
WHITFIELD ANGELO
WHYLLY ANISKA


WHYLLY-BOSTON DORA
WILCHCOMBE KRYSTLE
WILCHCOMBE REMINGTON
WILDGOOSE MICHELLE
WILDGOOSE THAYER
WILLIAMS DANIELLE
WILLIAMS DOMINIC
WILLIAMS DOMINIQUE
WILLIAMS JOHNATHAN
WILLIAMS LATOYA
WILLIAMS SIMEON
WILLIAMSON NIKIA
WILSON LINDA
WILSON ROKEISH
WILSON SAMUEL
WILSON-BOSTON MARSHA
WOODSIDE KHARA
WOODSIDE JR ANTHONY
YOUNG BARON
YOUNG BELINDA
YOUNG CAROL
YOUNG TAMARA


Middlename Street Address


VEENIQUE
LASHAUN
NICOLE
PATRICE
LATOYA
DEANNE
GWENDOLYN
SHERELL
GLENDRA
ANTONIA
GENEE
GERONE
DELRONA
SABRINA
ARNELL
GLADSTONE
HORATIO
LAVERNE
OKIELE DENA
SHARBONNE
RAQUEL
ALBERT
JAMAHL
BERNARDO
AVATEA TIKIA
VERONICA
CHAVEZ
LEVITE

JUSTIN
MONETTE
ROWENA
LESHAN
LAKETRA
SHORNELL
FRANCIES
NATASHA
ISABELL
MICHELLE
DONALD
ASHFORD
ANTIA
ALEXIS
CHERYL
ELENA
LATOYA
TINEIL

ALBERTHA
ANNAMAE
LEVARDO
TYRONE
MARVA
LABRIDGEDARE

INEZ
VIOLA
ALPHONSO
EUNICE
LORRAINE
MARIA
OMARI
VAUGHN
MARIA
DAVIDE
TECUMA
LUELLA
JANEEN
INGA

RASHAD
SHAVUONE
ALEXANDER
DIANA SIMONE
LOUISE
PHYLL
DAVID
ALEAH
ALICIA
SHAKTI
LAVARDO
SHENIQUE
ANN
RENE
TIANA
TERELL
LOUISE'
ADREANNA
VALENTINO
CHRISTOPHER
EBONY
RICHE HOPE
TERRELL
SIMONE
ELOISE
FRANCIS
ZAKIA

DENISE
LAKEISHA
MORANNE
OMIKA
OLIVIA PATINA
KRISTINIQUE
CHRISHAN
JOVIER
CONRAD
SIMONE
MAE
DAMIAN
KIA SONYA
PEGGYMAE
SEPTIMUS
LERA FRANCISKA
ALEXANDRIA
LOUISE
MAXINE
JAMAAL
MENNETTE
MONTRA
YVETTE
ALEXANDER
CARRINGTON
GARNELL
LASHAN
PRECIOUS
WENDELL
ENRICO
TEE-LATIA
TEAKA
NATHANIEL
MELANIE
INDIRA
EDDIE
TEREL
CELESTE
STEPHEN
SIMONE
DORLEXIA
LaTOYA
JANELLE
TIESE
ANTONIA


MELVIANETTE

CANDACE
ALEXIS
TERREAL
DEIVAUGHN
CECILE
FELIX

LAVERNE
ADRELLA
PRUDENCE


LERONE
LERLENE
ALEXANDRA
SHAVONNIA
BRANDON
LA'SHONDA
PAUL
TANJA
EDGAR
FRANCES
ROSHELL
SHENEKA
ALEXANDER
MARIA
AUDRA
FREDERICK
ZHIVAGO
ATHENA
URSULA
LEANORA


Island


ST ANDREWS BEACH ESTS
HANNA ROAD
ST ANDREWS BEACH BLVD
#2 COWPEN ROAD
OXFORD DRIVE, SOUTH BEACH ESTATES
#42 ANTONIO DRIVE
#2 CULBERTS HILL
EAST MALL DRIVE
BRADLEY STEET, PALMDALE
SEA BEACH ESTATES
KEY CLUB DRIVE
#121 PRECY STREET, MOUNT PLEASANT
#17 STRACHANS CORNER
BLUE BONNET & MARIGOLD STS.,
SOUTH BEACH ESTATE
#26 BUTLER ST, NASSAU VILLAGE
PACIFIC COURT, GOLDEN GATES
71 SANDFORD DRIVE, HIGHLAND PARK
VILLAGE COURT
AMGEL ROAD, EASTWOOD ESTATES
#26 BELAIR ESTATES
15 HILLVIEW DRIVE
ALBACORE DRIVE
JOHNSON ESTATES


NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
ABACO
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE

NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE


#10 HOLMES ROCK AVENUE GRAND BAHAMA
#57 SOUTH BCH. AVE., SOUTH BCH. ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
PINEWAY DRIVE, ZION BLVD NEW PROVIDENCE
#1993 BAYGERINEA AVE.,PINEWOOD NEW PROVIDENCE
143-ST VINCENT ROAD, GOLDEN GATES NEW PROVIDENCE
#34 PONCE DE LEON DRIVE GRAND BAHAMA
FLAMINGO GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
#4 GASPER WEIR RD.,'DOMINGO HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
#120 DATA CORNER GRAND BAHAMA
#19 POITIER AVENUE, BOYD SUBDIVISION NEW PROVIDENCE
OCEAN VIEW, WESTRIDGE NEW PROVIDENCE
#17 MALAYA DRIVE, ROYAL BAHAMA GRAND BAHAMA
17 GUMBO LIMBO LANE SAN SOUCI NEW PROVIDENCE
#172 MOUNT ROYAL AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
MARKET STREET, SOUTH NEW PROVIDENCE
WINTON MEADOWS NEW PROVIDENCE
APT #1 ST ANNES HILL, FOX HILL NEW PROVIDENCE
#36 SANDERLING CIRCLE GRAND BAHAMA
ANDROS
BAILEY TOWN, BIMINI
1585 PINEWOOD GARDENS DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
29 BUTLER STREET, NASSAU VILLAGE NEW PROVIDENCE
1359 GUNIEP TREE STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
#84 CHRISTIE AVE., STAPLEDON GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
#497 MAURITIUS AVE., ELIZABETH ESTS NEW PROVIDENCE
#2 SUGAR HILL, FOX HILL ,NEW PROVIDENCE
#26 ORLEANDER AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
128 SEA BREEZE LANE NEW PROVIDENCE
#7 TOWER HEIGHTS, EASTERN ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#4 MONASTERY PARK, CANARY TERR. NEW PROVIDENCE
99 ALL SAINTS WAY, JOANS HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
#10 SEAVIEW DRIVE, CABLE BEACH NEW PROVIDENCE
779 MELVERN RD., YELLOW ELD. GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
3 BLENHEIM ROAD, STAPLEDON GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
CORAL EAST BLVD NEW PROVIDENCE
PINEDALE GRAND BAHAMA
TUSCULUM HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
#19 SUNDERLAND ROAD, STAPLEDON NEW PROVIDENCE
#201 MIDSHIPMAN ROAD GRAND BAHAMA
TURNQUEST AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
#75 DOUGHTY LANE, PINERIDGE GRAND BAHAMA
08 GRAHAM AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
APT #2 CHENILLE AVE., GARDEN HILLS #2 NEW PROVIDENCE

MAJORS SUBDIVISION NEW PROVIDENCE
19 SISAL ROAD WEST GOLDEN GATES #1 NEW PROVIDENCE
#16 PALMETTO AVE, COCONUT GROVE NEW PROVIDENCE
33 PINK CASIA ST., GARDEN HILLS NO 2 NEW PROVIDENCE
WILLIAMS STREET INAGUA
13 INAGUA AVENUE GRAND BAHAMA
#30A BEACONSFIELD AVENUE GRAND BAHAMA
#1 MERMAID BLVD WEST,CARMICHAEL'RD; NEW PROVIDENCE
#8 ROCKYPINE RD., DORIS JOHNSON SUB. NEW PROVIDENCE
#1751 AVACADO ST., PINEWOOD GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
33B BEACONFIELD AVENUE GRAND BAHAMAA
36 CLARKE AVENUE GRAND BAHAMA
2 ANDROS CRESCENT, YAMACRAW NEW PROVIDENCE
#39w FAITH AVENUE SOUTH NEW PROVIDENCE
MISTY GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
21 BELSNOW CLOSE, BELAIR ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
CASBIN ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#9 SKYLINE DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
11 BACARDI ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#23BROIMING BROOK RD.,BLUE HILL ESTS.NEW PROVIDENCE
#22 PODOLEO STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
#78 MEADOW BLVD, WINTON MEADOWS NEW PROVIDENCE
9 MAPLE DRIVE, PERPALL TRACT NEW PROVIDENCE
#28 BROUGHAM STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
#5 MAPLES DRIVE, PERPALL TRACT NEW PROVIDENCE
APT 2 PINEYARD ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#23 GREENWAY DRIVE, GOLDEN GATES #2 NEW PROVIDENCE
BAY LILY AVENUE NEW PROVIDENCE
55 SUNSET RIDGE DRIE NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
FOX HILL ROAD, SOUTH NEW PROVIDENCE
TULIP BOULEVARD, NEW PROVIDENCE
ISBELLA BLVD, MARATHON ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
123 CABOT DRIVE GRAND BAHAMA
BAYSHORE ROAD, THE BIGHT GRAND BAHAMA
3 HERMIT STREET EASTWOOD ESTATES NEW PROVIDENCE
#1 SANDILANDS VILLAGE NEW PROVIDENCE
#13 COACH ROAD GRAND BAHAMA
#655 COTTONWOOD STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
#12B PEARLWAY GRAND BAHAMA
#10 CORDIA STREET, GARDEN HILLS ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#12 PARK CLOSE, SUNSHINE PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
#51 WATER STREET, BIG POND NEW PROVIDENCE
APT 1 SANDILANDS VILLAGE NEW PROVIDENCE
APT#3 SEABREEZE LANE NEW PROVIDENCE


24 CORAL REEF ESTATES
#17 EDWARD AVE. OFF JEROME AVENUE
7W FERRYHORSE LN., SEAHORSE VILLAGE
#7 MIDSHIPMAN ROAD, LINCOLN DRIVE
CULBERT'S HILL, WINTON HEIGHTS
26 BAHAMA ROAD, NASSAU EAST
#43 ROYAL PALMWAY
#564 CYPRUS COURT, ELIZABETH
SEA HORSE DRIVE, SEA BREEZE


GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE


THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS


BELSNOW CLOSE, CARMICHAEL ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
APT#3 ST. ANDREW BEACH DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
ELEUTHERA
#1076 RISEWOOD ST., PINEWOOD GRDNS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#27 MAN-O-WAR CIRCLE GRAND BAHAMA
#2 SANDCOMBE DRIVE GRAND BAHAMA
#808 MELVERN ROAD, YELLOW ELDER NEW PROVIDENCE
BOATSWAIN HILL NEW PROVIDENCE
#586 CALDWELL MAJOR RD.,YELLOW ELD. NEW PROVIDENCE
80 INFANT VIEW ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
80 KILDEER DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
#80 KILLDEER DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
10 MOONSHINE DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
APT #1 BUTLERS DRIVE, SUNSET PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
IMPERIAL PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
#80 KILDEER DRIVE, MONASTERY PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
#207 ADVENTURERS WAY GRAND BAHAMA
#90 CUSTARD APPLE STREET GRAND BAHAMA
#1 ROBINSON CLOSE, MCKINNEY DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
APT. #2, ROBINSON CLOSE NEW PROVIDENCE
#9 SUNSHINE WAY, SUNSHINE PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
ROSE CLOSE NEW PROVIDENCE
#73 COLLIE AVENUE, KENNEDY SUB. NEW PROVIDENCE
832 MELVERN ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
#249 COMMONWEALTH BLVD, ELIZ. ESTS NEW PROVIDENCE
4 GRENADA AVE., ROYAL BAHAMIAN ESTS. GRAND BAHAMA
#72 LADYSLIPPER AVE., GARDEN HILLS #2 NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
#7 STREET, COCONUT GROVE NEW PROVIDENCE
QUEENS HIGH WAY GRAND BAHAMA
GRAND BAHAMA
#3 EASTERN ESTATES, FALCON ROAD NEW PROVIDENCE
DOTTEN CLOSE, MCKINNEY DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
BUTTONWOOD LAND, SEABREEZE LANE NEW PROVIDENCE
#3 PARKWAY. SUNSHINE PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
#3 COX CLOSE NEW PROVIDENCE
#217 PLATEAU AVE., TWYNAM HEIGHTS NEW PROVIDENCE
HUNTERS, GRAND BAHAMA
#3 IVY TERRACE, SUNSET PARK NEW PROVIDENCE
DEVONSHIRE STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
510 HAWAAI AVENUE, THE RIDGE GRAND BAHAMA
#38 CORAL REEF ESTATES GRAND BAHAMA
#11 HILLVIEW COURT NEW PROVIDENCE
ASHLEY STREET NEW PROVIDENCE
#15 MARSHALL ROAD, SOUTH BEACH NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAHAM DRIVE NEW PROVIDENCE
#514 SAFFRON ST., PINEWOOD GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
JOYCE ROAD, GLENISTON GARDENS NEW PROVIDENCE
SNOWBALL LANE, GARDEN HILLS NEW PROVIDENCE
ST BARTS ROAD, GOLDEN GATES NEW PROVIDENCE
SC BOOTLE HIGHWAY ABACO
FLAMINGO DRIVE, SEA BREEZE ESTS NEW PROVIDENCE
#18 FIRETRAIL CLOSE, BLUE'I-ILLS :. NEW PROVIDENCE
#400 COMMONWEALTH BLVD, ELIZ. ESTS. NEW PROVIDENCE
#87 MALLORY LANE GRAND BAHAMA








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THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS


SCHOLARSHIP & EDUCATIONAL LOAN DIVISION

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION


IMPORTANT NOTICE




2005 DISBURSEMENT EXERCISE

GOVERNMENT OF THE BAHAMAS

GUARANTEED LOAN FUND PROGRAMME


THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE WISHES TO ADVISE THAT THE FOLLOWING PERSONS HAVE BEEN AWARDED LOANS FOR THE 2005 CYCLE. THE 2005 DISBURSEMENT EXERCISES
WHICH WILL BE HELD FROM AUGUST 8, 2005 TO AUGUST 17, 2005 FROM 9 A.M TO 3 P.M. AS FOLLOWS:

THE HOLY TRINITY ACTIVITIES CENTRE,,STAPLETON GARDENS, NEW PROVIDENCE AND
THE BANK OF THE BAHAMAS, FREEPORT BRANCH, GRAND BAHAMA (Grand Bahama and the Northern Bahamas)

New students and their co-borrowers are required to present themselves on their assigned date and bring a valid Passport and National Insurance Card. In addition:t6 the original documents, new
students can speed the process by bringing two (2) copied sets of:

1. Passport (first four pages borrower and co-borrower) and
2. National Insurance Card (both sides borrower and co-borrower)

YOU ARE ADVISED NOT TO COME TO THE DISBURSEMENT EXERCISE IF YOUR NAME DOES NOT APPEAR. ONLY PERSONS WHO COME ON THEIR ASSIGNED DATE WILL BE
SERVED. PLEASE CONTACT THE SCHOLARSHIP & EDUCATION LOAN DIVISION, MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, CONCERNS, OR IF YOUR NAME DOES NOT
APPEAR.

THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE


2005 AWARDEES


Middlename Street Address


LEON PURSER ROAD
MINCHELLE TAYLOR STREET
EDVARDO PEREZ MARIE GALANTIE
ROKELL KEMP ROAD
SHAVONNE KOOL ACRES
SIMONE #9 SUNCLOSE
CANDICE SASHA 6B LOVE BEACH
AARON HAVEN ROAD
GERARD APT. NO. 1 APT N
SABRINA #10 PALM LANE
JAMAAL #177 CANARY TER
CRYSTAL CHERINA NO.2 SUNWAY STI
ERNESTINE #6 BOUGAINVILLE
ALEXANDRIA NO. 25 KIN'S CRE(
DEND CARMICHAEL ROA
ANTHONY 2 RINGWOOD DRI'
CHRISTOPHER 10 BARCLAYS DRI
LIVINGSTONE 787 EAST STORRS
LATHEN NO. 36 CHRYSANT
ANTOINETTE RANFURLY DRIVE
ANTOINETTE RANFURLY DRIVE
FOLI FAITH AVENUE, SO
TAMIKA NO. 428 NEW ZEAI
CLIFTON NO.1 PRIVATEER A
JORDAN #9 ORCHARD TERI
SHACARRO PINE CREST DRIVE
TAMANGI 1258 SUGAR APPL
CARANIQUE #82 HAMILTON SS
LATARIO NO. 7 MANGROVE
DEANGELLO BOUNDARY ROAD
AUDRA NO.9 ST KITTS ROA
9 ST KITTS ROAD
ALEXANDER GODET'S DRIVE
VYONIQUE #4 DEQUEL CLOSE
LOUISE #213 RHODE STRE
LAKESHIA QUEENS HIGHWAY
LOUISE NASSAU STREET
211 GHANA CIRCLE
LEE E3.RUM VAY VILLA
BROWN NO. 6 EIGHT MILE
EUGENE #96 NORTH ALEXA
BLANCHE 7 RIDGELANE WAY
KEITH NO. 7 SKYLAINE D0
DOMINIQUE NO. 8 EASTER AVE
TENNILLE #50 QUAKOO COUF
LOUISA NO. 152 JUBILEE G
JEROME NO.23 RUTHLAND,
BELINDA #8 YAMACRAW CLI
JEREMY NO. 21 WEYBRIDGI
TAMI RAHMING STREET
INZLEY 5 COWPEN ROAD
TASHA NARCISSUS AVENUE
CARL ELBOW STREET
ANDREW NO.87 DEVONSHIR

DAVID LORD STREET
DENISE 129 YORKSHIRE S
DVETT MILLER ROAD OFF
ANTHONY YAMACRAW SHORI
PAMELA 104 EMERALD CIRI
GEORGIA 155 MILLENNIUM I
GEORGIA 155 MILLENNIUM (
NICOLE PALM AVENUE
P KEMPROAD
BERKET 829 EAST STORR C
LEROY KEMP ROAD
THERESA KOOL MEADOWS
JAMES COWNPEN ROAD W
IIEANO NO. 31 HOLLYBURN
TALISA NO 82 FALCON CRE
ANITA NO. 413 AUSTRALIA
CATHERINE #8 COLLEGE GARD
ORSBORNE #3 MANGO STREET
TAVANIQUE SUMMER HAVEN
MICHAEL TARUS COURT
ALEXANDRIA APT 228 JANSEL CO
CHRISTOPHER HOLLUHOVK ROAD
ITH'AMAR CHRISMORN 31 CEDARWAY


Surname

ADDERLEY
ADDERLEY
ADDERLEY
ADDERLEY
ALBURY
ARMBRISTER
ARMBRISTER
ASTWOOD
AUSTIN
BAIN
BAIN
BAIN
BAIN
BAIN
BAKER
BARTLETT
BASTIAN JR
BENEBY
BENEBY
BENEBY
BENEBY
BETHEL
BETHEL
BETHEL
BETHEL
BETHEL
BETHELL
BODIE
BODIE
BONABY
BOOTLE
BOOTLE
BOSTWICK
BOWE
BRENNEN
BRENNEN
BRICE
BRICE
BRIDGEWATEIR
BROWN
BROWN
BULLARD-STAMP
BURROWS
BURROWS
BURROWS
BURROWS
BURROWS
BUTLER
BUTLER
BUTLER
CAMPBELL
CAPRON
CAREY
CAREY
CAREY
CAREY
CAREY
CAREY
CARTWRIGHT
CHANDLER
CHARITE
CHRISTIE
CLARE
CLARKE
CLARKE
CLARKE
CLARKE
COLLIE JR.
COOPER
COX
COX
CROSSGRILL
CULMER
CULMER
CULMER
CUNNINGHAM
CURRY
CURRY
DARLING
DARVILLE
DAVIS
DAVIS
DEAN
DEMERITTE
DEVEAUX
DILLET
DOUGLAS
DUNCANSON
DUNCOMBE
DUNCOMBE
DUNCOMBE
ELLIS
EVANS
EVANS JR.
FARQUHARSON
FARQUHARSON
FARRINGTON
FERGUSON
FERGUSON
FERGUSON
FERGUSON
FERGUSON
FERGUSON
FERGUSON
FERGUSON
FERNANDER
FLOWERS
FORBES
FORBES
FORBES
FOUNTAIN
FOX
FRASER
GAITOR
GERESE
GIBBS
GIBSON
GIBSON
GIBSON
GILBERT
GILBERT
GLINTON
GODET
GODET
GOMEZ
GOMEZ
GORDON JR
GRAHAM
GRANT-COLLIER
GREENE
GREENSLADE


Island


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Firstname

HAREEM
LINETTE
PRESCOTT
TANYA
TIA-MARIE
KENYA
RONNELL
ANDERO
KENDRICK
ALICEIA
BYRON
INDERIA
PHILLANDRA
WILNAYE
KERRY
KIM
ORMAND
DARRYL
ELKINO
GABRIELLE
GARNELL
KIKO
NIKETRA
PHILIP
PHILIP
.QUINTON
MIKIKO
ALICIA
ASHLEY
MCKELL
JODY
MAHALIA
JULIAN
RAQUEL
DELRIKA
DONIQUA
PATRICE
XAVIER
ANN
CHENNEQUE
KOURTNEY
RHONDA
GERARD
KENDA
SHEENA
TORNESHA
TREVOR
ANTOINETTE
BRENT
PORTIA
KRISHANDA
DANIELLE
EDWARD
KISHNA
PATRELL
RENALDO
SASHA
SEBASTIAN
EUGENE
ARIA
JAMILA
JAMILA
LESVIE
ANTHONY
DARMECO
JAMES
SHAYVON
WENDELL
SHAVANIA
ALICE
KELIA
PAVIA
ANSELM
SHEENA
TREVOR
COURTNEY
DONOVAN
PARRALL
VASHTI
LAWRENCE
SHANNON
SHANTARRA
LATHICE
DAWN
KEISHA
MARGAUX
TIFFANY
DANA
HUSSEIN
KHALILA
LAKERA
PHIONA
MAUD
SHALTON
CHARLA
DENO
KEVIN
BEVERLEY
D'ANDRA
JOHNETTE
KRYSTAL
LACHEZ
RAMON
TAMIKA
TYRONIA
MIRIAM
LENISE
ADADARGO
NACCARA
TIFFANY
SCOTT
LISA
BRADISHA
MONICA
VANESSA
JEREMY
GLENALEE
NICCOLA
SHENELL
JAN
TORY
TRAVIS
ADDINIA
SHIRLEN
CHRISPIN
ZINA
JULIAN
LATOYA
O'NEA
JOMAR
ANNA


NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
B. NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
ELEUTHERA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
GRAND BAHA.MA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
ABACO
ELEUTHERA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE'
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE.
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
GRAND BAHAMA
GRAND BAHAMA
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
LONG ISLAND
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE


Surname

HANLAN
HART
HEILD
HENDERSON
HENFIELD
HEPBURN
HIGGINS
HIGGS
HIGGS
HINES
HUYLER
INGRAHAM
INGRAHAM
JACQUE
JEAN
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JONES
KELLY
KERR
KING
KNOWLES

KNOWLES
KNOWLES
KNOWLES
KNOWLES
KNOWLES
LEWIS
LEWIS
LEWIS .. -
LIGHTBOURNE
LIGHTBOURNE
LIGHTBOURNE
LIGHTBOURNE
LIGHTFOOT
LIGHTFOOT
LIGHTFOOT
LONGLEY
LOTMORE
MACKEY
MACKEY
MADER
MAJOR
MAJOR
MAJOR
MARRIOTT
MARSHALL
MARTIN
MARTIN
MARTIN
MCDONALD
MCDONALD
MCFALL
MCFALL
MCINTOSH-JOHNSON
MCKENZIE
MCKINNEY
MCKINNEY
MCPHEE
MCPHEE
MCPHEE
MCPHEE
MCPHEE
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MILLER
MINNIS
MINUS
MISSICK
MITCHELL
MORTIMER
MORTIMER
MOSS
MOSS
MOSS
MOSS
MOSS
MOSS
MOSS
MOSS
MOSS
MOSS
MOXEY
MUNNINGS
MUNROE
MUNROE
MUNROE
MURRY
NEELY
NEWTON
NICHOLLS
NICHOLS

NIXON
OLANDER
PILGRIM
POITIER
POWELL
POWELL
POWELL
PRATT
PRINCE
PROSA
PYFROM
RAHMING
RAHMING
RICHARDSON
RICHARDSON
ROBERTS
ROBINSON
ROKER
ROLLE
ROLLE
ROLLE
ROLLE
ROLLE
ROLLE
ROLLE
ROLLE


Middlename Street Address


EVERTON
NAMAL

KAREEM
TIMIRA
BENITA
CHRISTOPHER
SHACOLA NICOLETTE
MELISSA
* CHRISLYN
D'ANDRE
CASSANDRA
STEPHAN KENDAL


VANDERA
MARK ASHLEIGH
GRACE
ANNIE
DELORIS MEGAN
MCKIA
KORI
VICTORIA
ADLAI
TOREE
ANN
ROCHELLE KEISHA
LAVERN
DEVAUGHN
JASON
ANDREW CLARENCE
OMAR
ADELAIDE
ALEXANDRIA

DERECK
SAMANTHA
PRISCILLA
-.NATASHA .,
ANTONIO
CHAMARVIA
LORRAINE
DENISE
PRESCOLA
LUCINDA
RYAN
NICOLA
LETOYA
JOSEPHINE
SHAMIKA
OMAR
NICOLE DANNELL
DIONNE
MAE


Island


HIGH VISTA DIRVE
WINDSOR STREET
264 ROCKY POINT
SILVER CREAST-
2 BISCUIT COURT
#46 LOBSTER AVENUE
GROVE AVENUE
151 DRUMFISH STREET
INDEPENDENCE DRIVE
#149 SEYMOUR AVENUE
#20 LADYSLIPPER AVENUE
129 MILLINNEUM GARDEN
PROSPECT RIDGE ROAD
#149 LINCOLN BLOUVARD
38 THOMPSON LANE
NO. 1 MILLER TUCK COURT
#6 SPENCE CLOSE
14 WOODS RODGERS DRIVE
675 PLANE STREET
BEL-DOCK AVENUE
29 SISAL ROAD-
LEEWARD ISLE WAY
JOE FARRINGTON ROAD
4 ALBACORE DRIVE
DOUGLAS ROAD
2 MARSHAL ROAD
#55 BAMBOO BOULEVARD
5 CARMICHAEL MEADOWS EAST
16 CEDAR TERRACE
2629 FOX HILLROAD
6 MANGROVE LANE

21 KENNEDY SUBDIVISION
1154 PIGEON PLUM STREET
190 JUBLIEE GARDEN #2
PILOT DRIVE
13 MEADOWS BLOUVARD
4 COLLIES AVENUE
40 JAMES CLOSE
32 POINCIANNA DRIVE
N04 COLLEGE GARDENS
NO 15 ROWENA DRIVE
NO.10 ALBACORE DRIVE
COOL BUSH LANE
2 YAMACRAW SHORES
JENNIE STREET
275 MAHOGONY STREET
YAMETTO DRIVE,
NO 7 CHURCHILL DRIVE LINCON GREEN
EVERGREEN CLOSE
BOZINE DRIVE, BOZINE TOWN
101 ACKLINS PLACE
106 JUMBAY STREET
BACARDI ROAD


Firstname

CRAIG
ACCINO
NATALIE
SOLOMON
SHANNA
SHAKARA
MIKHAIL
DONNELL
PAULETTE
CANDICE
PHILECE
KAYLA
KORY
BRENDA
SHERLIN
CAPRICE
CHRISTOPHE
DANIELLE
DE'LECIA
DESHAWN
IVERY
JANSEN
MEREDITH
SEAN
TSHOMBE
VALENCIA
TAMEKA
VERNITA
SERGIO
GEOFFREY
BYRON

EVA
FELESHIA
KRISTIA
MONTEZ
RAQUEL
CORRINE
LATEISHA
RENALDO
CARISSMA
GEANTI....-
KAYLA
MARJORIE
CARLA
SEAN
SHAVONNE
TREVAL
FELEICIA
BRYSHON
DWAYNE
LISA
KENDRA
MARSHA
SHAVAHN
ANGELA
GREER
AUDREY
LA'NELLE
STACY
JAMERO
MARVA
CIJI
RANNICE
RACHEL
FLORINE
DAPHNE
DELTHIA
AMANDA
ERROLISA
PRESCOTT
SHANDE
TRAVANO
CHRISTAH
DEVONNIA
LAVANNE
MUCOMBA
RASHAN
AKIN
RAYSHELL
ANNE
DEXTER
DEANNA
JASON
CINDY
CYPRIANNA'
DELISA
GAZNA
GIANNE
JAHMALAH
KAREN
NICOLA
SEAN
TIFFANY
TACARA
CINDY
JAWANZA
KIERON
SHAMSI
SHANIQUE
APPAKAESHA
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Center- Stapledon Gardens from August 8th, 2005 through August

19th, 2005 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm as follows:-


NEW STUDENTS (FIRST TIME RECIPIENTS)

AND RETURNING STUDENTS

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C-D: Tuesday 9th, August 2005
E-G: Wednesday 10th, August 2005
H-K: Thursday 11th, August 2005
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cost of the courier.

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not later than 1400hrs. All applications must be delivered in closed envelopes bearing
the Title "Application to Prequalify for the Airport Expansion Project, E.T. Joshua
International Airport" and submitted to:
Chief Engineer
Ministry of Transport Works and Housing
Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Phone (784)457-2841, Fax (784) 457-1289
Email Address: cesvq @ vincysurf.com

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their drive at special clinic


P By KELSIE JOHNSON
SJunior Sports Reporter
PROFESSIONAL golf
cpach Simon Dicksee has
agreed to assist the Bahamas
Golf Federation (BGF) in
improving the skill levels of
all golfers and coaches in the
Bahamas.
IDicksee, who is wrapping-
ulp a successful week-long
golfing clinic today at the
tIadisson Cable Beach Golf
Course, exposed the prob-
lem that exists in the devel-
opmental programmes of the
BGF.
.Saying that the Bahamas
is filled with talented athletes
in all sporting disciplines,
Dicksee said that, in order
lo take the sport of golf to
another level, golf courses
lhave to be made available to
the public at all times.

Commitment
In addition, Dicksee
believes that the athletes'
iiet commitment level and
coaching skills are important
as the Bahamas looks for-
ward to-developing profes-
sional golfers.
* He said: "The Bahamas
has great athletes, who at
,anytime can be turned into.
a professional golfer. This is
possible, but it can only be
achieved if the coaches pos-
sesses the necessary skills.


"You can't have great errors made by players. developed and they are
players and don't have excel- These corrections should be teaching the younger players
lent coaches. The coach usu- done at all times, this will how to play the game, then
ally makes the difference. make the golfer a stronger the Bahamas will never
They're the one in the posi- player. reach the peak they are capa-
tion to correct the little "If the coaches' skills are ble of reaching."


Connection
Dicksee works in connec-
tion with the Royal and
Ancient of St Andrews
(R&A), a foundation that
assists with grass roots devel-
opment projects around the
world. The foundation places-
particular emphasis on the
encouragement of junior
golf, the development of the
game in emerging golfing
nations, on coaching and the
provision of open-to-all
courses and practice facili-
ties.
Recently, Dicksee has
worked on all aspects of the
game with 10 of Iran's best
players and teachers.
Working with a little over
50 Bahamian golfers each
day, Dicksee says that the
potential is here, but nour-


ishing the talent to it's full
potential is the problem.
"I've met a huge amount
of talent for such a small
country and limited.
resources, the Bahamas has
an amazing amount of tal-
ent," said Dicksee.
"Over the past .foul days
and the three or four I have
planned in Freeport, I intend
to work with all different lev-
els of junior golfers, giving
them some inspiration, dif-
ferent ideas on play and
coaching. This will encour-,
age them to play more and:
hopefully bring their friends
in.
"Things are going great, it
is very well organised and
the athletes are very well
spoken, polite and well man-
nered. They work very hard
and they're really attentive.
-Where I've worked in other
parts of the world my job
done is slightly different, but
I am very pleased in what I
see."
Junior golfers Annamae
Adderley and Riccardo


Davis welcomed Dicksee to
the camp, and were eager to
use the skills taught by
him.
Davis said: "I was familiar
with some of the things we
went through with him, but I
wasn't able to catch on to
them when they were first
explained by my coaches at
school,.

Skills
"He has made the tough
:things look easier and the
easy skills look easier and I
am grateful for that. Now all
I have to do is implement the
things I've learned at the
camp in my game and
watch the improvements
happen."
Davis attends Saddle
Brook High School in West-
ley Chapel Florida.
Dicksee will travel to
Freeport for a three-day
course on Saturday, the
course is expected to begin
on Monday August 8th at
the Lucaya Golf Course.


Smith makes



an imp act at



Buccaneers



training camp


FROM page one
highlights include a drill during the team
run period, where he put a very effective
block on defensive end Bryant McNeal, dri-
ving McNeal back several yards.
In his training camp diary on the Tampa
Bay Buccaneers' official team website, Smith
detailed his progress at camp and discussed
some of his adjustments coming into the
NFL.
In training camp so far, Smith has already
proved his worth in goal line situations with
his pass catching ability.
He caught a touchdown during the team's
goal-line offence in camp during Monday
afternoon's practice.
"We have a pretty good package, and once
we get them biting on the runs, it makes the
pass hopefully that much more open," he
said.
"That's how you play goal-line offence:
pound them with the run and as soon as
they think it's run you go to the pass."
Head coach John Gruden has led the
Bucs' in two-a-day practices for the past
week, which Smith said has been somewhat
of a challenge in the Florida heat.
"I thought I was in tip-top condition but I


found myself winded after today's afternoon
practice,' just because of this climate we're
in," he said. "I'm trying to get used to that
climate as quickly as possible and just keep
plugging, because I want them to know that
I'm available and they never have to take me
off the field."

Worth
Smith said he is aware of the battle he
and other players are involved in, fighting to
prove their worth to the coaching staff,
something which is. especially difficult for a
first year player to do.
"We're all fighting for jobs here in camp,
but I don't even think about that," he said. "I
think that if you start worrying about stuff
like that, it will affect your play."
He said his solution is to continue to work
hard and do the things he has been doing
throughout his career so far.
"I think you should just go out and play,
do what you do best and if your best isn't
what they're looking for, then you go from
there," he said. "But I'm fairly confident in
what I can do and as long as I can show that
to the coaches, I don't think I'll have a prob-
lem."


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IlU By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
ALANA DILLETE went
down in history on Wednesday
DUight, with a record breaking
performance in the 50 metre
backstroke at the Central Aner-
ican and Caribbean Swimming
'Championships (CCCAN).
^ Along with Dillete's Bahami-
a and championship record
breaking swim, she became the
;first Bahamian female to win a
'gold medal at the champions,
adding to the Bahamas' gold
4fledal haul of two at CCCAN.
: Dillete's time of 30.70 seconds
n the event erased the old
,national record of 31.25 seconds,
Zet by her in March of this year.
The games, which are being
field in Santo Domingo,
Dominican Republic, started
MWednesday evening, with the
Bahamas having 14 swimmers
competing.
The CCCAN is one of the top
regional meets held in the
Caribbean with more than 20
countries participating.
Nine other Bahamian swim-


mers hit the water on the first
day of competition, with two
advancing through to the finals,
which were held later that
evening.
Advancing to the female's 11-
12 backstroke finals was Ash-
ley Butler, while Alicia Light-
bourne made it through to the
female's 13-14 finals in the 200
breast stroke. The duo finished
eighth and fourth overall.
Qualified
Yesterday, six swimmers qual-
ified for the finals Kadesha
Cuhner, girls 11-12 50 fly, seed-
ed sixth; Arianna Vanderpool
Wallace, girls 13-14,50 fly, seed-
ed third; Teisha Lightbourne,
girls 15-17,50 fly, seeded eighth;
Alana Dillette, girls 15-17, seed-
ed seventh; Alicia Lightbourne,
girls 13-14, 200 individual med-
ley, seeded second and Verre-
ance Burrows, boys 15-17, 50
fly, seeded second.
The team will return on Tues-
day 9th August after six days of
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