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Title: The Tribune
Uniform Title: Tribune (Nassau, Bahamas)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Place of Publication: Nassau, Bahamas
Publication Date: January 19, 2006
Copyright Date: 2006
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PM and FNM leader Court of Inquiry to determine breakout circumstances


clash in House


over prison break


II By PAUL TURNQUEST
STribune Staff Reporter
1 PRIME Minister Perry
Christie lashed out at FNM
leader and former prime minis-
ter Hubert Ingraham for what
he termed irresponsible com-
ments regarding the recent
prison break, sparking a heated
shouting match between the two
party leaders during the House-
's sitting yesterday.
"When it comes down to
something that is bound to be
investigated, and affects the sov-
ereignty and security of this
country, one would expect the
leader of the opposition to
express a greater degree of
responsibility. People have lost
their lives it is being investi-
gated.
"Then when he can draw the
conclusion leading to inferences,
or it becomes where someone
who heads the prison was reas-
signed and another person put
there, leaving it open for the
conclusion that you're suggesting
some fault or default on the part
of the person there, when an
investigation has not yet taken
place, I say that is absolutely irre-
sponsible," he said.
Mr Christie stated that Mr
Ingraham was using the prison
break out to underhandedly
"play politics", and challenged
the public to "not allow him to
do so".
Obviously agitated, Mr
Christie continued: "Mr Speak-
er, the leader of the opposition
can speak to what he talked


about what his government did
under their administration, his
government had 10 years to run
Her Majesty's Prison and made
no tangible progress other than
blocks; mortar and fences. When
it came to prison escapes, you
had Cubans who up and disap-
peared.
"Not even the slightest indi-
cation to where they went.
Twenty-eight Cubans, Mr
Speaker. People who just walked
out. I want to say to the leader of
the opposition as seriously and
as carefully as I can people
brought the leader of the oppo-
sition back into politics, he has
begun by smearing you all.
"Calling you corrupt; do not
let him do that. Do not let him
do that in this country," he said.
A shouting Mr Christie pro-
claimed that Mr Ingraham's
future was "finished", as Mr
Ingraham continued to respond
to Mr Christie from his seat.
"Do not let anyone in this
country come into politics and
call you by implication, or by
anything, corrupt. It is not fair. It
is not right. You have a family as
well as he has. Do not let that
happen, because he is sitting
next to the picture boy of cor-
ruption of politics in this country
and he is talking about feeling
sorry for me?
"You have sitting with you my
'brother the perfect, perfect man-
ifestation of what has happened
wrong in politics. You will be
together. You go up together,
and you will go down together,"
Mr Christie promised.


U CORPORAL Godwin Taylor reflects beside a wreath placed al the gale of Fox
Hill prison yesterday following Tuesday's breakout in which Corporal Deoni Bowles was
killed,
(Photo: Felipe Major/Tribune staff)


Ingraham calls Testimony in Bahamians
for an 'urgent Mario Miller 'paying more'
account' of murder trial for goods
prison break .....-....... and services


* By PAUL TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
FNM leader Hubert Ingraham
challenged those in authority at
the prison and those with respon-
sibility for it to give an "urgent
account" for the serious breach
in security that led to the break-
out early Tuesday morning.
Mr Ingraham said the prison
breakout comes following the
recent uprising at the Immigra-
tion Detention Centre, thus pro-
viding the general public with "lit-
tle confidence" in the leadership
at both facilities.
"As I said yesterday, clearly a
serious breach of security has
occurred at the prison. Those in
positions of authority and respon-
sibility will need to give an urgent
accounting. We are advised that a
police investigation is in progress
SEE page 15


* By NA IAHIU MCKENLZIE
A SUPREME Court jury
heard testimony from a witness
who told of seeing a "black pack-
age" containing "white dust mate-
rial" being handled in a green
Infiniti Jeep the day before Mario
Miller, son of Cabinet Minister
Leslie Miller, was murdered.
The trial resumed before Jus-
tice Anita Allen yesterday after
being postponed on Tuesday
because of the breakout at Her
Majesty's Prison, Fox Hill.
One of the prosecution's wit-
nesses, Ednol Mackay testified as
to how on June 21, the day before
Mario Miller's body was found,
he was a passenger in a green
Infinity jeep when he witnessed
what he thought was something
illegal.
Mackay, the third prosecution
witness to be called at yesterday's
proceedings, testified that on June
SEE page 10


* By RUPERT
MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
BAHAMIANS are paying
more for hospital rooms,
health insurance, food, trans-
portation and communica-
tion, newly released figures
from the department of sta-
tistics on the consumer price
index said.
According to the report,
consumer prices rose moder-
ately in 2004 as a result of
,substantial increases in med-
ical care and health costs.
Consumers in New Provi-
dence paid on average 1.19
per cent more for goods and
services.
Grand Bahamians also
paid a higher rate, two per
cent for goods and services,
almost double that of New
SEE page 10


* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
RESPONDING to calls for
answers, a special Court of
Inquiry was appointed yesterday
to determine the circumstances
which led to the breakout of four
Fox Hill inmates and the death
of a prison officer.
As the search for convicted
armed robber Corey Douglas
Hepburn continues, a panel
chaired by Assistant Supt of Pris-
ons Aldric Williams is charged
with inquiring into the following:
The adequacy and where-
abouts of staff assigned to Maxi-
mum Security during the time of
the breakout.
The lighting and surveillance
apparatus at the time in question.
Review the bolts and bars
logs to determine the adequacy
and proficiency of patrols.
The possible means by which
inmates were able to access cut-
ting devices.
The adequacy of communi-
cation devices to officers on duty.
The availability of non-lethal
immobilisers for use by officers.
The effectiveness of cell
checking procedures.
The panel is expected to report
to Supt Rahming no later than
February 28, 2006.
SEE page lO

Calls for the
enforcement
of capital
punishment
N By FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Staff Reporter
QUESTIONS about the
enforcement of capital punish-
ment resurfaced anew yesterday
after two death row inmates
escaped from Fox Hill prison.
A serial rapist, an armed rob-
ber, and two murderers had a
taste of freedom after Tuesday's
jailbreak, with one man still at
large last night.
Yesterday, members of the
public called for enforcement of
the death penalty while human
rights campaigners, such as
Amnesty International, contin-
ued to speak out against capital
punishment.
But the consensus among pro-
hangers is that courts must be
sure a person is guilty before they
are executed.
Police Commissioner Paul Far-
quharson said capital punishment
should be enforced, as long as it
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* THE Superintendent of Prisons, Elliston Rahming, shows the press the new prison uniforms
which are to be implemented
(Photo: Felipe Major/Tribune staff)






2006 FORD RAGER


* By KARIN HERIG easily identified with civilian
Tribune Staff Reporter clothing," he said.
Mr Rahming said that the
UNIFORMS and permanent inmates who escaped on Tues-
wristbands will be made manda- day morning wearing normal
tory for Fox Hill inmates, in an street clothing could have been
effort to.makethemnmoreeasi- .-.-mistaken-for--joggers-"-running-
ly identifiable in the event of up Yamacraw Road."
another prison break.
Superintendent of Prisons Dr UJnifortIm s
Elliston Rahming said yester-
day that the escape of four
inmates on Tuesday, which cost However, within the next few
the life of prison guard Corporal months, inmates on remand at
Deon Bowles, has given "new the prison will wear blue and
impetus to hasten the pace" of white striped uniforms, and sen-
prison reform. tenced inmates will be made to
Speaking at a press confer- wear red and white striped uni-
ence held yesterday at Her forms.
Majesty's Prison, Mr Rahming Mr Rahming said that
announced that prison inmates although the overall reform of
will be wearing new uniforms, the prison apparatus is always
"immovable" wrist bands and on the agenda, some matters
identification badges by mid- have budgetary considerations
2006. that are beyond the prison's
"As the Deputy Prime Min- control.
ister and Minister for National The introduction of new uni-
Security foreshadowed last year, forms and wrist bands will.cost
we are in the process of chang- approximately $80,000, he said.
ing inmates' uniforms because Further steps which will be
the current inmate attire is too immediately implemented


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include the removal of any
unnecessary objects from the
cells of high-risk inmates.
"I have ordered that all cells
housing dangerous, violent
offenders should be stripped to.
-bare essentials afid-itaintained
that way," he said.
Prison guards and officers will
be outfitted with non-lethal
immobilisation weapons and
"shank vests" to protect the,
officers from being injured by.
sharp objects.
Mr Rahming said that these
weapons and vests will enable,
the guards and officers to better
defend themselves in the future;
Firearms however will not be
handed out.
"That's the worst thing that
could happen. There are always
more inmates than there are
guards or officers. We would be
putting ourselves at greater
risk," he said.
In addition to these new ini-
tiatives, the prison will also b&
improving its surveillance capa-
bilities and outfitting inmates
with identification badges.


e In brief

No more
land in NP
for national
housing
MINISTER of Housing and
National Insurance Shane Gib-
son outlined that there is no
more land available in New
Providence for housing devel-
opment under, the national
housing programme.
He highlighted that under his
tenure the Ministry of Housing
has completed a number of
homes, for persons with various
economic or social needs, along
with a host of other minor home
improvements, such as adding
rooms, roofs, or indoor toilets.
Mr Gibson outlined that
housing projects on Grand
Bahama and other islands were
still progressing with record
'peed, with electricity, and road
construction in some areas pro-
gressing" "nh schedule".
During his contribution to the
House of Assembly yesterday
on the progress of the housing
programme, Mr Gibson men-
Stioned that the value of such
projects such as Housing and
the Urban Renewal Programme
have immeasurable impacts.
He pinpointed that in certain.
communities, the value of the'
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0 In brief

Security

officer in

attempted
murder case

* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT A-38-year-old
airport security officer was
charged with the attempted
murder of his wife on Tuesday
in Freeport Magistrate's Court.
Bernard Taylor of Gambier
Drive appeared in Court One
before Magistrate Franklyn
Williams. It was alleged that he
on January 15 attempted to the
cause the death of his wife, 35-
year-old Alaria Dawkins Tay-
lor.
According to reports, Mrs
Taylor was found at her home
at number six Scott Avenue on
Sunday morning with multiple
stab wounds to the body.
She was taken to Rand
Memorial Hospital, where she
remains in the Intensive Care
Unit.
Lawyer Kwasi Thompson
represented Mr Taylor, who
was not required to enter a plea.
He was remanded into cus-
tody at Fox Hill Prison until
March 21 when he is to appear
for a preliminary inquiry.


Cacique

Awards

winners list

announced
THE organizers of the 10th
annual Cacique Awards have
released the official list of win-
ners.
The 2005 recipients of the
country's top tourism award
were as follows:
Public awards:
Transportation Floyd Lowe
Human resources develop-
ment Dr Sophia Rolle
Creative arts Jay Mitchell
Handicraft Miralee Rose
Sustainable tourism Bren-
dal Stevers
Sports, leisure and events
- Simon Bain
Special awards:
Clement T Maynard lifetime
achievement award: George
Myers
Minister's award for hospi-
tality: Israel "Bonefish Foley"
Rolle
People's choice award (secu-
lar): Kirkland "KB" Bodie
People's choice award
(gospel): Jawanza "Spike"
Munroe
Bahamas hotel association
awards
Employee of the year:
Wilbert Knowles, Atlantis
Supervisor of the year: Ray-
mond Lowe, Green Turtle Club
Manager of the year: Avis
Miller, Treasure Cay Club
Chef of the year: Jason
McBride, Radisson
Hotelier of the year: Paul
O'Neil, Atlantis
Sales executive of the year:
Marva Munroe, Pelican Bay
International awards
Cruise: Carnival Cruise Line
Airline: Spirit Air
Travel Writer: Sara Mace-
field, United Kingdom
Travel Agent: Thomas Cook,
Canada.






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Tourism ministry denies asking



media to 'soft pedal' crime stories


RESPONDING to The Tribune's
editorial appearing in Monday, Janu-
ary 16 edition entitled, "Crime, tourism
and the Press", the Ministry of Tourism
denied that they requested the media
to "soft-pedal" negative crime news
against tourists during the National
Tourism Conference held last week
The Ministry of Tourism said that its
concern about crime in the Bahamas
stems from the belief that anti-social
behaviour negatively impacts on resi-
dents and visitors alike and criminal
activity directed at tourists has the
potential to adversely impact the indus-
try and lead to undesirable repercus-
sions for many Bahamians.
The Ministry of Tourism said that the
message that Vernice Walkine, director


general of Tourism, sought to,convey at
the National Tourism Conference is that
it is of vital importance that the Bahamas
be perceived by visitors as a safe place,
not crime free, and that sensationalized
reports of crime can do tremendous
damage to that perception and that we
look forward to accurate and fair report-
ing on crime as with all matters.
The Director General also made the
point that it is important to make visitors
aware of safety issues so they will take
the necessary commonsense precautions
as they would in their normal everyday
life.
However, the editorial acknowledged
that the media was urged to be more
cautious in reporting because negative
reports about the Bahamas are pub-


New magazine focuses on


Bahamas as financial centre


M By KEESHA BETHELL

A NEW magazine will be
launched that will to raise the
profile of the Bahamas as
"one of the world's hottest
offshore financial centres".
The magazine, The
Bahamas Investor, is being
produced by Etienne Dupuch
Jr Publications, and is intend-
ed to target foreigners,
investors and "wealth man-
agement practitioners" with
the aim of convincing them
to invest in the Bahamas.
"Every issue you'll
encounter intriguing interna-
tional business figures who
are living their entrepreneur-
ial dreams in the Bahamas,
meet the executives driving
some of the biggest develop-
ment projects and get to
know the individuals who are
providing global expertise to
the expanding high-net-worth
arena," the company said in a
statement released yesterday.
The Investor will be a semi-
annual international supple-
ment to the Bahamas Hand-
book.
According to Dupuch Pub-
lications, the magazine was
created to serve the growing
interests and informational
needs of foreign businessmen.
"It focuses on an array of
areas such as: management
strategies, opportunities for
direct investment, and life-
time options, as well as other
benefits of investing in the
Bahamas," the company said.
The regular features of The
Bahamas Investor will include:
"In brief", which covers
news items and industry
announcements.
"The closing brief", which
is envisioned as "the last
word" from prominent guest
columnists.
"The business and sector
watch", which will provide
industry-specific "close-ups"
on projects and issues.
"Island spotlight", which
will aim to highlight the most
interesting projects on indi-
vidual Bahamian islands.
The company said readers
can also expert advice in the
"Wealth management" sec-
tion from persons like
Bahamas Financial Services


Board director Wendy
Warren, as well as Steve J
Sokic, Royal Bank of
Canada trust and estate
planning advisor.
The magazine will also
include an "Investor's
resource guide" for pri-
vate wealth management
practitioners that will cov-
er tax planning issues, off-
shore wealth manage-
ment structures in the
Bahamas such as IBCs,
foundations and purpose
trust, setting up invest-
ment funds and business
incentives.
The much-anticipated
magazine is set to be
released later this month.


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Hetiierungcie,


lished worldwide and that it was unclear
whether they meant that a story involv-
ing a tourist should be buried on the
back page or whether it should not be
published at all and that even still this
might have been a plea to drop all crime
reports from its columns.
It quoted tourism director general
Vernice Walkine as saying: "People will
generally assume we're safe, and it only
changes when something happens and
someone tells them otherwise."
"What we read into this comment is
that if the press stopped publishing
crime reports especially those involv-
ing tourists- the Bahamas' reputation
as a crime free destination would remain
intact. In other words the press would
not have informed them that like


every country in the world today the
Bahamas has its share of crime and that
they should take precautions, particu-
larly in certain areas," the editorial read.
Nevertheless, for the sake of clarity,
the Ministry of Tourism advised that it
does not support any efforts to muzzle
press freedom.
"We state only that the media in seek-
ing to enhance its own reputation should
make every effort to ensure that its
reports are accurate and resist the temp-
tation to sensationalize.
"We are satisfied that generally we
enjoy a cordial relationship with the
media. We appreciate the important
role they play in keeping us all educated
and informed particularly as it relates to
safety issues," the release read.


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acknowledge that the views he
has expressed are not justified
and retract any reflection they
may have cast against the
integrity and reputation of Mr
Higgs.
I point out in particular that
Mr Marquis has been fair
enough to stress that a majority
of the inhabitants of the
Bahamas (and which includes
myself) believed, and still
believe, that Sir Harold could
not have perpetrated this awful
crime and he expresses his hon-
est belief that he is in a minori-
ty on this point.
Here it is fair.to say that Sir-
Harold might well have unwit-
tingly and unfortunately drawn
suspicion on himself which is
not clearly incredible on its face.


But it logically follows from this
that Mr Higgs almost certainly
shared the views of the majori-
ty and no facts have ever turned
up which even suggests he was
convinced or even suspected Sir
Harold was the culprit. He,
therefore acted properly by say-
ing what he did.
In all these circumstances
and especially since Mr Higgs,
* is no longer alive to defend hi.-
self, I have seen fit as one 9f
this colleagues who always held
him in the highest esteem to try
and set the record straight so
that his spotless reputation shall
remain untarnished.
It only remains for me to say
that a lawyer's only assets are
his brains and his good name
and that if he does enjoy a good
name it should not be unrea*
sonably or recklessly assailed.
RALPH SELIGMAN QC '
Nassau
January 16 2006


EDITOR, The Tribune
I write firstly to congratulate
John Marquis on the publica-
tion of Blood and Fire, one of
the most interesting books on
the Oakes case to have
appeared since your Uncle
Eugene's report on the tiial.
(Eugene Dupuch, QC, Tribune
publisher Eileen Carron's uncle,
who as Tribune assistant editor
covered the Oakes trial).
I am not a criminologist and
do not profess to be competent
to express any dogmatic opin-
ions on the guilt or innocence of
the many suspects named in the
book even though I have casu-
ally met most members of the
Oakes family, both personally
and professionally, and I have
had much more than a nodding
acquaintance both with Sir
Harold Christie and The Hon-
ourable Godfrey Higgs.
The one point I wish to raise
in my capacity as a lawyer is to
differ with the conclusion
expressed in the book criticising
Mr Higgs, not only for not
putting forward any arguments
to throw suspicion of guilt on
Mr Christie, but Mr Marquis is
aghast that Mr Higgs made it
clear to the court that no impu-
tation of guilt for the murder
was being imputed to Mr
Christie.
Mr Marquis feels that Mr
Higgs was putting his client's
life at even greater risk than the
substantial risks he was already
facing and inferred that Mr Hig-
gs must have been aware of Mr
Christie's guilt and was involved
in a general cover-up due to
social and political pressures.
I propose to follow Mr Higgs'
example by stating that I in my
turn cast no imputations what-
soever against Mr Marquis who,,
I am convinced, sincerely
believes his criticism of Mr Hig-
gs was justified and based on
the balance of probabilities
from his vast experience as a
journalist.
The reason I differ from Mr
Marquis is that a lawyer is
under a bounded duty as an
Officer of the Court not to
make any accusations of fraud
or any other wrongdoing or
serious impropriety against any
person in any legal proceed-
ings, civil, or criminal, unless
he.sincerely believes his alle-.
gations are justified and, more-
over, he should be satisfied
that, if challenged, he can
adduce evidence in support of
his allegations.
In the light of this time-hon-
oured professional ethical prin-
ciple I hope that Mr Marquis
will. on further reflection,


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I would like to set the facts straight in reference to the
article entitled "Dolphins make themselves at home on Par-
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Teri Corbett,.the vice-president of Atlantis' newly formed
marine mammal operations was quoted in this article as 'say-
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6.5 million gallons. It will be the largest dolphin habitat in the
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* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter

FREEPORT Florida vet-
erinarian Dr Kandy Jones
brought 600 vaccines early this
week to Grand Bahama,
where several dogs have died
in the past four weeks of a fatal
canine virus outbreak.
Dr Jones, the wife of former
US Ambassador J Richard
Blankenship, and Humane
Society official Tip Burrows
administered free vaccines to
dogs in the Eight Mile Rock
community on Tuesday.
Although there has been no
positive diagnosis, veterinari-
ans here and abroad believe
that canine distemper may be
the cause of the deaths.
So far, 26 dogs have already
died at the Grand Bahama
Humane Society's shelter. And
a number of ill dogs within the
community that were taken to
veterinary clinics had to be put
to sleep.
Dr Jones, who owns the
Mandarin Veterinary Clinic in
Jacksonville, Florida, learned
of the tragic news on Sunday.
"After reading an article in
the newspaper online... I ral-
lied all my friends and they
donated 600 vaccines for dis-
temper, which I brought in on
Monday," she said.
Dr Jones and Mrs. Burrows


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* DR Kandy Jones tends to a canine patient


have vaccinated almost 100 dogs
in the Hepburn Town area.
"We wanted to administer
the vaccines in the hurricane
hit areas of the island because
those are the dogs that aren't
going to get vaccinated prop-
erly. "
During their visit, they saw
three dogs suffering from what
they believe might be canine
distemper.
"I think from a clinical point
of view that it is distemper. I
can't say that absolutely, but I
have seen a lot of distemper
in my day and it certainly looks
like that," said Dr Jones.
Canine distemper has not
been seen in the Bahamas for


decades and recent blood t
sent to the US have cc
back negative. There are n


plans to send tissue samples to
a university abroad, which car-
ries out special studies on
canine distemper.
Canine distemper is a highly
contagious disease, which caus-
es respiratory, digestive and
neurological problems in dogs.
Infected animals usually start
out with respiratory or diges-
tive symptoms, such as devel-
oping pneumonia or diarrhoea.
They may also have a puss-
like nasal or eye discharge and
may have a high temperature
of about 105. They may also
develop neurological prob-


Updates to be published


on Urban Renewal Project


* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE government is to pub-
lish updates on its Renewal
Centres in an attempt to
deflect criticism that they have
been ineffective.
At a press conference yes-
terday, Minister of Housing
and National Insurance Shane
Gibson said that the Urban
Renewal Programme has
proven "extremely effective"
at improving inner city areas.
Mr Gibson made the state-
ment in response to criticisms
levelled at the programme by
Clever Duncombe, founder of
Bahamian Fathers for Chil-
dren Everywhere (BFFCE).
On Monday, Mr Duncombe
said: "The Urban Renewal
Project is a failure because it is
used as a mere clean-up cam-
paign, instead of addressing
the major social ills plaguing
the country."
Mr Gibson said that anyone
who holds such a view must
have "absolutely no idea"
what is going on.
"How could any sensible,
well-thinking person say that


the programme is totally inef-
fective, when you walk and you
see a hundred kids in a march-
ing band who previously never
played a musical instrument
before; when you look and you
see the after-school programme
- these are kids who could get
into trouble some 10 to 15 years
down the road; when you look
at the computer labs and when
you look at individuals who are
now computer literate, not only
young kids but adults who nev-
er touched a computer
before?" he asked. -
Mr Gibson said that while
not every initiative within the
Urban Renewal Programme
can be expected to address
every issue affecting the coun-
try, organizers are working
hard to develop as many pro-
grammes as possible that can
capture the imagination and
energy of young people.
"Take away the Urban
Renewal programme right
now and have no positive pro-
grammes; what do you think
these young people would be
doing every day?" he asked.
Mr Gibson said that Mr
Duncombe does not have to


call for such a report, as he can
take part in the programme and
see for himself.
At the same time, he
announced pans to publish
updates. "We would take one
Urban Renewal Centre at a
time, and we go through it in
detail and show you how these
centres are impacting the lives
of the individuals living in the
inner city," said Mr Gibson.
Mr Duncombe said his organ-
isation does not want to get
involved in the pi '! :,nnimc as it
is "hypocritical" and does not
address the needs of children.


lems, such as having difficulty
walking or having seizures.
Mr Blankenship said a dis-
Stemper outbreak could have a
severe impact on tourism in the
Bahamas even though it is not
;:'i transmittable to humans.
S "The virus is extremely con-
tagious and has a 99 per cent
mortality rate. It can remain in
the air, in seven days it can be
transmitted by individuals who
are travelling from island to
island just by contact with their
clothing.
"The fortunate thing about
the virus is that it is not trans-
mittable to humans and would
have no affect on the human
population, but is almost total-
tests ly lethal to the canine popula-
ome tion," said the former ambas-
now sador.


"The Bahamas has always
been a special place to both my
wife and me. I can't imagine
everyone in the Bahamas with-
out a potcake."
In addition to vaccinations,
Dr Jones said there is a need
for more animals to be spayed
and neutered in such commu-
nities as Hepburn Town.
Tip Burrows said the
Humane Society is very grateful
to Dr Jones and her colleagues
in the United States for donat-
ing the much-needed vaccines.
"We are so grateful for it and
it will go a long way," she said.
The cost for distemper vac-
cines at local veterinary clinics
starts from $20 to $27.50 per
animal. Persons who can afford
the vaccine are urged to take
their pet in for the shots.


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THE prison break on Tues-
day morning was a "wake-up
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demonstrated the government's
inability to combat the growing
crime problem, according to
Bahamas Democratic Move-
ment (BDM) leader Cassius
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calling for the resignation of
Deputy Prime Minister and
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Cynthia Pratt.
The release pointed out that
in 2005, the BDM criticised Mrs


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failure to tackle crime effec-
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administration does not under-
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Crime is destroying our country
while our government leaders
sit back and do nothing.
"The past two administrations
have failed our country because
they didn't address the insur-
gence of violent crimes. Under
the FNM administration, crime
was prevalent and now under the


new PLP nothing has changed."
The BDM leader said
Bahamians are tired of talk and
are demanding action.
"The future of our country
and the future of our tourism
industry depends on a safe
Bahamas, not only for its citi-
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he said.
Mr Stuart said that the "num-
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her former office of delaying the collection
of badly needed government revenue.
Yesterday Elisabeth Thompson returned
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fers to the Registrar General's Department.
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Time for an inquiry about HM Prison?


THE escape at Her
Majesty's Prison was a
tragic and alarming affair.
It raises many questions that
should be answered openly and
honestly so as to prove helpful
to the future management of
the prison.
Indeed, one wonders if the
matter shouldn't be the subject
of an independent public
inquiry. Such an inquiry could
address many of the questions
now floating around in the
minds of Bahamians and no
doubt may be raised by in the
international community. In this
article we raise some of these
questions.
First, how secure is the prison
as a whole if it is possible for
such a daring break to be car-
ried out from the maximum
security area? No doubt the fact
that the escapees made their
break from what should be the
mbst secure area of the prison
will leave the public highly con-
cerned about the prison's secu-
rity and tearful about their own
safety. i
tAn independent public
inquiry that properly address-
esfthis issue could be quite use-
ful. It could confirm public fears
and consequently recommend
proper corrective action, which
wpuld ultimately help to relieve
those fears. On the other hand,
it could dispel those fears by
repealing the lack of basis for
them .

second, was the break the
jS plot of the four or six
prisoners purportedly! involved
or w.as it intended to be a wide-
spread outbreak. "uprising", as
has been suggested by the rela-
tive of one of the inmates?
'This is a crucial public policy
question because it begs the
management of the prison,
including the public policy mak-
ers, to raise the question of
whether such a thing could hap-
pen and how current arrange-
ments at the prison could facil-
itate the: same.
Additionally, it will be impor-
taht to address the issue of how
the state might respond to a
widespread prison outbreak if


it occurred as well as how best
to prevent such a thing from
ever happening.

third, was the break a
conspiracy involving
persons other than prisoners?
The prisoners made their


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escape using tools and weapons
that one would expect should
not find their way in a prison,
especially in the maximum secu-
rity area where the most hard-
ened and dangerous prisoners
are kept and where .one
assumes the greatest attention is
given to keeping such out.
It is reasonable to suspect
that the prisoners had help and
determining what help they got
and how they were helped will
go a long way in trying to
ensure that such a thing does
not happen again.

ourth, did recent man-
agement changes at the
prison contribute to the prison
outbreak? It is not unusual for
motivated persons to exploit a
period of transition. They know
that personnel and resource
changes often lead to less vigi-
lance than usual, loopholes and
inexperienced personnel and/or
personnel still trying to acquaint
themselves with the new sys-
tem.
It could very well be that pris-
oners saw an advantage in what
was clearly a period of transi-
tion at the prison since the
appointment of its new super-
intendent and the reorganisa-
tion of some senior staff.
A public inquiry could
address this issue and either
confirm or dispel fears that
management changes may have
contributed to the matter.
It is also not unusual for there
to be disgruntlement in the
ranks when management
changes are made, especially
when those changes involve
promotions of persons who are
foreign to an organisation or
who leapfrog within it.
Such disgruntlement can lead
to morale issues, dwindling vig-
ilance and less unity. Ultimate-
ly this could raise all kinds of
issues in an organisation.
A sensitive place like a prison
is one 6f the last places one


Fifth, who ultimately
determines the place-
ment of prisoners in the prison
and why in this instance were
two highly-motivated known
escapees coupled together?


wants to have to contend with
such issues. It will be a matter of
public prudence to raise the
question of management
changes at the prison so as to
inform policy-making for the
future. Addressing it in a public
inquiry would be useful.


This speaks to the broader
issue of administrative protocol
and may beg the question as to
whether a more experienced
superintendent or management
team would have allowed such a
situation to exist.
The public should not forget
that this recent prison break,
while more tragic than any oth-
er, is just one of a number of
breaks that have occurred with-
in the last 12 to 18 months. It
has left a prison officer and pris-
oner dead and others wounded.
This is no time for the gov-
ernment or prison officials to
run for cover. The wider public
interest would be well served
by a transparent, I believe, pub-
lic inquiry that has the ultimate
aim of securing the public con-
fidence in the prison system by
ensuring that measures are tak-
en to prevent anything like this
from happening again.
In many ways a prison is like
a hidden organ of the body, the
vital function of which is hardly
given much consideration until
something has gone wrong.
Well, something has gone
wrong, terribly wrong, and
unless we take the appropriate
steps to correct the situation,
the consequences to our social
health could be more damag-
ing than it has been so far.
CORRUPTION IS,:,
ALWAYS'AN ELECTION.
ISSUE

o matter what anyone
says, corruption has
always been and will always be
an important public policy issue.
Whether it occurs within a
department of the government
or the government itself, it is in
the interest of the public to pay
attention to any instance of such
or any purported instance of
such.


: Of course, one expects that
those who claim that corruption
exists to support their claims
and where such is not done the
publichas the right to challenge
the accuser.
However, the public should
never be led to believe by any-
one that the issue of corruption
is not an issue today or ever.
The fact is that nothing is more
injurious to a state than a cor-
rupt government.
The truth be told, the issue


of corruption, real or perceived,
has factored in every general
election in The Bahamas where
there has been a change in gov-
ernment.
It was so in 1967 when the
PLP raised the issue of corrup-
tion against the United Bahami-
an Party. It was the case when
the FNM raised the issue of cor-
ruption against the PLP in 1992;
and it was the case when the
PLP raised the issue of corrup-
tion in 2002 against the FNM.
Those who do not want to
accept this will be sadly disap-
pointed because it is very likely
to be an issue in the upcoming
general election.
THOUGHT FOR THE
WEEK

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clean does not fear
turning on the light nor dis-
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FROM page one

21, he was at home when a man he knew as
"Manny" visited his house and told him to
come with him because he wanted to show
him something.
Mackay told the court that he got into a white
Sentra with "Manny" and another man he had
never seen before. Mackay recalled that they
stopped at a saloon somewhere around the area of
Doctor's Hospital. "Manny" went inside the
saloon, he said, and came out sometime time lat-
er with a bright fellow and they talked for awhile.
Mackay told the jury that the man drove a green
Infinity jeep. He told the court that the man got
into the jeep and drove off. Mackay said that
"Manny" also returned to the car and they fol-
lowed the jeep. Mackay said that they followed the
jeep to a side street off Collins Avenue. There, he
said, he and the other occupants of the white Sen-
tra got into the green jeep and proceeded to "dri-
ve around the block."
Mackay told the court that the bright man, the
driver, handed "Manny" a black package (approx-
imated to be six inches by four inches in size) and


FROM page one Deathpenalty
.. eathpenalty


remains on the country's law
books. He said the ongoing
debate on the issue "should not
make Bahamians lose sight of
this fact".
"If someone goes out there
and kills someone, that person
should be made to account for
that and the laws are provided
for that particular offence and I
stand behind that," said the
commissioner.
Attorney Paul Moss said that,
because Bahamian crime inves-
tigations had been "botched" in
the past, and men had been
beaten to sign confessions, due
care should be exercised to
ensure the right person was sen-
tenced.
"I don't see anything wrong
with the death penalty," said Mr
Moss. "It is an attempt by soci-
ety to exact the same punish-
ment that the condemned per-
son would have done to some
other person.
"We know there is no fool-
proof system, but we have to use
all the scientific technology pos-
sible, not following convictions
based on circumstantial evi-
dence.
"The death penalty, when
exercised right, when it is proved
that someone has clearly calcu-
lated to injure or hurt or kill
someone, and the result is death,
their life should also be taken.
It's what is needed now."
Pastor Gary Curry of Evan-
gelistic Temple agreed, stating
that once all processes of appeal
are exhausted, and it is well-
proven that the individual is
guilty, they should be hanged.
"I believe in the death penal-
ty," said Pastor Curry. "It's Bib-
lical, as far as we are concerned.


Those who take a person's life,
theirs should be taken. In the
final analysis, it will help what is
happening in the country today.
"Death would be a deterrent.
Persons would be concerned
about the length of time for pun-
ishment, but once a person is
found guilty, hanging should be
in order."
An education administrator,
who wished to remain anony-
mous, said she had mixed feel-
ings about the subject.
On one hand, she teaches her
students to avoid a life of crime,
and remember that "the Lord
said vengeance is mine".
At the same time, she thinks
about the murderer of Archdea-
con William Thompson, and
said: "As long as it can be
proven beyond a shadow of a
doubt, the death penalty should
be administered."
Cassius Stuart, leader of the
Bahamas Democratic Move-
ment, touched on the issue in
today's Tribune, stating that the
death penalty should be
enforced (see story page six).
He warned the courts to be
careful, especially in cases where
the accused individual may not
have committed the crime.
Amnesty International, the
human rights watchdog, con-
stantly speaking out in the
Bahamian press, states: "The
death penalty is the ultimate cru-
el, inhuman and degrading pun-
ishment. It violates the right to
life.
"It is irrevocable and can be
inflicted on the innocent. It has
never been shown to deter crime
more effectively than other pun-
ishments."


FROM page (

Providence.
According to the dep
the consumer price inde
one of the widely-used
series produced by the
ment of Statistics and
changes in the prices of
basket" of goods and
purchased by private ho
This "fixed basket"
wide range of goods and
which are divided into n
groups:
Food and beverage
rants and bars inclusive
Clothing and footw
Housing
Furniture and ho
operations
Medical and health
Transport and con
tions
Recreation and e
ment


Testimony

told him to hold it. Mackay testified that there
was a hole in the package which allowed him to see
a white powder substance inside. Mackay said
that "Manny" then asked him if he knew anyone
who wanted it to which he replied, "This what
you take me out my house for?" Mackay told the
court that he thought that it was something illegal.
Mackay said that the jeep "circled the block" for
some three to five minutes before driving back
to the white Sentra. From there Mackay testified
that he was driven home by "Manny" in the white
Sentra and arrived there around 5.30 pm.
In cross-examination, however, by Murrio
Ducille, lawyer for Ryan Miller, one of the two
brothers charged with Mario Miller's death, Miller
subsequently admitted that he had given contra-
dictory statements to police following the initial
incident as well as at the preliminary inquiry. Mr
Ducille pointed out that in a police statement
Mackay had said that he arrived home at 7pm
but told the court that he had got there at 5pm. Mr
Ducille also questioned the witness about what


Court of Inquiry
FROM page one

Prison guard Corporal Deon Bowles, a 13-year veteran was stabbed
to death and prison officers Kenneth Sweeting and David Armbrister
were injured shortly after 3am on Tuesday when the men staged their
escape from Fox Hill prison.
According to Officer Sweeting, a close friend of Corporal Bowles, the
escapees had cunningly cut the bottom of three of the bars of their cell
to conceal the fact of an intended escape during routine checks. He
explained that during the checks officers would normally inspect the
locks of the doors and grab the bars at shoulder height and shake
them to test their integrity.
However, Mr Sweeting explained, that after the hourly inspection by
officers, the inmates then pried up the cut bars and sneaked out
through the tiny opening they had created.
Of the four inmates who escaped, one was killed, two others were
immediately recaptured and one remains at large convicted armed
robber Corey Douglas Hepburn, who;up until press time last night was
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had actually happened over the extent of that
period. Mr Ducille also pointed out that in a police
statement Mackay had said that the package was
taped with brown tape and that the driver had
handed the package to a man, not "Manny." Dur-
ing Mr Ducille's cross-examination Mr Mackay
also admitted to the court that Ryan Miller was the
man he referred to as "Manny."
Police corporal 88 Kervin Jones of the police
criminal records office was the first prosecution wit-
ness to take the stand.
Corporal Jones testified that on July 3, 2002,
while at the police criminal records compound he
spoke with Detective Sergeant 16 Merinard who
gave him a set of keys to a silver coloured, four-
door 1996 Nissan Sentra licensed to Ryan Bene-
by. Corporal Jones said he searched the vehicle
and discovered a small amount of what was sus-
pected to be blood on the inside door panel of the
passenger side of the'car.
Corporal Jones told the court that he took a
series of photos of the vehicle and collected sam-
ples of suspected blood as well a portion of vinyl
from the car's interior. Inspector Antoine Taylor
of the police forensics lab was the second prose-
cution witness to take the stand.

one Bahamians

apartment, Education.
x (CPI) is Other consumption expendi-
statistical ture.
SDepart- The rate of inflation for all the
measures Bahamas averaged 1.75 per cent
f a "fixed in 2004 compared to 2.61 per cent
services in 2003. Prices rose on average at
useholds. a slower rate in 2004 than 2003.
covers a New Providence residentspaid
d services 12.95 per cent more than they did
ine major in the previous year for hospital
and other medical services, name-
s (restau- ly hospital room charges and acci-
)dent and health insurance.
ear Charges for professional ser-
vices, which include nursing, den-
:usehold tal physicians and medical labo-
ratories services, climbed about
care seven per cent.
ammunica- As a result, prices in the overall
medical care and health sector
ntertain- increased six per cent for New
Providence.


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S.National Insurance
Former Member of Parliament
for the St. Michael's
and Fox Hill Constituencies
The Official Historian of the
Progressive Liberal Party
A Stalwart Councillor
of the PLP
Noted Columnist
and Author
.1' A National Hero
1938-2006
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The Officers and members of the Progressive Liberal Party salute the Hon. George William
Mackey for his dedicated service and loyalty .t-wlk le of The Bahamas through his life
long contribution to the development of The Conimoni~ alth of The Bahamas and the
Bahamian people.


We especially honour him for his lasting contributions to his Church, the development of
Baseball and for the vision and enthusiasm that he brought to the national initiative to
redevelop the City of Nassau.


George William Mackey is a distinguished son of thool'te is worthy to be heralded as a
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LOCAL NEWS


Tourism industry must assist in fight



against crime, says police chief


THE government alone can-
not cover the cost of ensuring
that all tourists are safe and


secure while in the Bahamas,
says to a senior police official.
Assistant Commissioner


Reginald Ferguson said that
tourism stakeholders must
therefore join forces with the


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Royal Bahamas Police
Force to establish a plan
for syncronised deploy-
ment of security person-
nel at all tourist destina-
tions.
"We are all affected
by the breakdown in
security whether it is
found in the private
securities that are on
tourist properties or the
wider law enforcement
agencies," said Mr Fer-
guson, who is the offi-
cer-in-charge criminal
investigations.
He said employers in
the industry must
emphasise the impor-
tance of security to their .
employees, "and must
commit to the total safe- RE
ty and security of all
guests".
"Travellers and
tourists, for the most part, seek
out places where there are qual-
ity tourism services and prod-
ucts and where they feel safe
and secure."
According to Mr Ferguson,
the heightened awareness of
terrorism in recent years has
raised the bar for law enforce-
ment agencies around the world
- particularly in the area of
tourism safety.
Mr Ferguson said the recent-
ly launched tourism-based polic-
ing programme "is essential in
specifically addressing tourist-
related crimes and ensuring that
the complaints are dealt with
expeditiously and referred to
the relevant agency if neces.-
sary."
He said the initiative repre-
sents months of planning and
risk assessment and involves not


GINALD Ferguson


only officers of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force, but oth-
er law enforcement agencies
and private entities.
The programme, headed by
assistant superintendent
Christopher Rahming, not only
allows local police officers to
increase the rate at which com-
plaints are investigated, but also
allows tourists visiting New
Providence to feel safe and
secure due to the high visibility
of its members, Mr Ferguson
said.
"Tourism Police officers are
now visible on a daily basis on
Bay and surrounding streets to
ensure the safety of our citizens
and visitors alike," he said.
"Other benefits that were
reaped from this increased pres-
ence are evidenced by the
decrease in petty drug peddling
on the beaches of Paradise


Island and other areas.
"Similar pro;-
grammes will be intro-
duced to the tourist
areas in the western
district of New Provi
dence in short order,'
Mr Ferguson added. ,
Mr Ferguson said
the police, officials at
the Ministry of
Tourism, developers
and operators of
resorts and tourist
attractions, staff memir
Sbers and the judiciary
can all play a role in
ensuring that the mil-
lions of visitors are pro,
tected.
"For example&
through the use of
proper signs, tourists
can more easily traverse
the city of Nassau to find
landmarks and sites of
interest. Streets should be propx
early labelled and signs strategi-
cally posted to guide foreigners
to their intended destinations.,
"Secondly, information od
travel safety tips should b
made available at the airport to
provide tourists with guidelines
on how to be safe while in th6
Bahamas, and for the police, we
can be more vigilant that all
tourist complaints are sent t6
the tourist police office.
"Employers in the industry
can play a role by properly
securing their properties 4
which will by all indications
require additional investment,
either through advanced secuw
rity equipment, additional
staffing for security purposes,
and training in the proper tech-
.niques of safety and security."'


PUBLIC HOSPITALS AUTHORITY


VACANCY


NURSING SERVICES ADVISOR
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for appointment to the post of
Nursing Services Advisor in the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) which is responsible for
the management of the three public hospitals of the Bahamas, Princess Margaret Hospital,
Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre and the Rand Memorial Hospital and the management of
Bahamas National Drug Agency, Materials Management Services, National Emergency
Medical Services and the public clinics in Grand Bahama.
Applicants must possess the following qualifications and experience:
Registered Nurse (with specific registration through the Nursing Council of The
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qualification experience in a senior administrative position; or Bachelor of Science Degree
in Nurse management or equivalent with a minimum of ten (16) years post-qualification
experience in a senior administrative position;
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structure and practice of nursing services are appropriate within and across departments
and institutions.
2. Main duties and responsibilities of the post include:
a) Development and revision of policies and operational guidelines for improving the
quality and efficiency of nursing services;
b) Monitoring compliance with standards of practice related to general and specialty
nursing care as a means of ensuring continuous quality improvement in nursing and
adherence to the Code of Nursing Ethics:
c) Utilization of nursing productivity statistics to advise on strategic interventions for
greater efficiency of nursing services;
d) Ensuring the maintenance of a system of continuous nursing education teach :, "
Institution;
e) Making recommendations for organizational restructuring of nursing to best fit a .
dynamic public healthcare system;
f) Facilitating and coordinating communication (policy level) between nursing and
other health-care disciplines of the PHA, Ministry of Health and other national,
Regional and International entities;
g) Preparing annual plans and other reports related to Nursing Services Development,
including an annual budget for organizational-wide nursing services development.
3. Applicants must possess strong analytical, conceptual-thinking, strategic planning,
communication and interpersonal skills.
Letters of application, Curricula Vitae, documentary evidence of qualifications and experience
and three (3) references should be submitted no later than 27th January 2006 to the Human
Resources Director, P.O. Box N-8200 or 1st Floor Manx Corporate Centre,, Dockendale-.
House, West Bay Street. Serving officers must submit their applications via.their Heads of
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President Ray Ferrero, Jr.;


the board of trustees; faculty


and staff members; students; alumni;


and the H. Wayne Huizenga School


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THIS year, the 34th annual
Red Cross Ball will honour
retired nurse Lottie Tynes, who
joined the Red Cross in 1946
and gave "a lifetime of service"
before retiring in 1983.
"During her years of service,


Mrs Tynes was very active and
worked with a number of Red
Cross initiatives including the
Rehab Center, Transport Ser-
vices which took disabled and
ill patients for therapy and oth-
er treatments and she worked


with needy mothers generating
financing for those who could
not afford to send their children
to daycare," said the ball organ-
isers in a statement.
They said Mrs Tynes also put
together weekly food parcels


for needy persons in New Prov-
idence and monthly parcels for
persons in various family
islands.
The recognition comes at a
time when the Red Cross is
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society, but according to Mrs
Tynes, there is still more that
the public in general, and
young people in particular, can
do.
"There is always something
to be done" she said, "Clothes
and food parcels, visiting the
lonely and shut in ... you can
even help with clerical work."
For the younger members of
society who would like to help
the Red Cross, Mrs Tynes sug-
gested that they adopt a grand-
parent, go on visitations, or read


to the elderly and the blind.
Throughout her lifetime do
service, Mrs Tynes has always
been happy she has had the
chance to make a difference in
the lives of others and said she
is grateful that the Bahamas
Red Cross has chosen to hon-
our her for the contributions
that she has made.
The 34th Anriual'Red Cross
Ball will be held on Saturday,
January 28 in the Crystal Ball-
room of the \ \ ndham Nassau
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Ingraham calls for an 'urgent


account' of prison break


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and that the prison service has
also initiated its own investiga-
tion into the matter. A coroner's
inquest is also to follow.
"We look forward to the early
conclusion of all these investiga-
tions. We also expect to be
promptly advised on action to be
taken by the government to fulfil
assurances given to the nation by
the deputy prime minister (Cyn-
thia Pratt) that no effort will be
spared to ensure that there is no
repeat of this type incident in the
future," he said.
Mr Ingraham noted that as
public knowledge, the populace
knows of the "shameful and dis-
graceful" overcrowding at the
prison. He outlined how during
the FNM's tenure, his govern-
ment constructed a new 80-cell
remand block, and a new Immi-
gration Detention Centre. He
said that not withstanding the
construction of these new and
additional facilities, many criti-
cally important tasks remain to


be implemented at the prison.
"The need for the recruitment
of additional staff; the upgrade
of staff training; the improvement
of rehabilitation programmes:
education, training and coun-
selling for inmates, most particu-
larly for those expected to be
returned to society; and the pro-
vision of more humane accom-
modation for serious offenders
likely to be long-term inmates -
inmates like those involved in yes-
terday's (Tuesday's) terrible inci-
dent.
"Since assuming office three
and a half years ago this govern-
ment has been very vocal pro-
moting its programme of prison
reform. Indeed, following upon
the delivery of the widely publi-
cized prison reform commission's
report to the prime minister, the
commission's chairman, a trained
criminologist, was identified to
replace the former acting super-
intendent of prison."
Mr Ingraham said that since
then nothing can be shown to
prove that the present head of
her Majesty's Prison Elliston


Rahming is "the right man" for
the job.
"We in the FNM support
prison reform as is evident from
our record in office when a con-
certed effort was made to
improve prison nutrition and
health services, and academic and
vocational education. We are con-
cerned, however, that new efforts
by the government to modernize
prison management may have
resulted in the removal from the
system of tried and tested offi-
cers most familiar with conditions
and operations at the prison.
"The reassignment of the for-
mer acting superintendent of pris-
ons to new duties, or more accu-
rately, no duties, has for exam-
ple, never been satisfactorily
addressed. Mr Speaker, it is per-
haps too early in the day to com-
mence a post mortem of this most
tragic event. However, this is a
matter of national interest, con-
cern and consequence, hence, we
in the opposition will closely mon-
itor the government's response
to yesterday's (Tuesday's)
tragedy," he said.


CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Caribbean Franchise Holdings Limited
Marketing & PR Manager
Responsibilities:
* Manages all aspects of Marketing, Media & Public
Relations and Sales of Caribbean Franchise Holdings, and
its current franchises, including Domino's Pizza and Dairy
Queen
Creation, implementation and management of the Annual
Marketing Plan & Budget, for both Domino's Pizza and
Dairy Queen
Evaluation and Execution of all relevant broadcast and
print media contracts
* Review, recommend and archive all request for Donations,
sponsorships and event participation
* The maintenance and management of the franchise brands
and administration of all related activities.
* Execution of both national and market-specific programs
and promotions
* Directs specific targeted plans to address sales issues.
Provide sales analyses and recommendations.
* Liaison with International Franchise offices and specific
vendors
Qualifications:
* Bachelors degree in Marketing, Advertising or
Communications 3-5 years field marketing experience
* Background in promotions, advertising, media, LSM and
development of field marketing plans.
* Solid skills in the following areas: leadership, analytical,
interpersonal, organizational, teamwork, and communication
* Experience in creating advertisement layouts and graphic
design
* Proficiency in Word, Excel and Power Point, MS Office
and Internet applications.
* Franchise and/or restaurant background is a plus.
Submit resumes to Caribbean Franchise Holdings Ltd.
P.O. Box SS-6704
Fax (242) 356-7822
Email: hr@abacomarkets.com
Deadline January 20, 2006


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Search on for brightest




primary school students


The search for the country's
best primary school students has
been launched.
The Primary School Student
of the Year Programme was
established in 1997 to recognize
young, talented primary school
students from throughout the
Bahamas for their scholastic
and extra-curricular achieve-
ments.
The programme was initially
founded because it was felt that
major emphasis were being
placed on the achievements of
high school students, but little
was being done to salute our
younger achievers.
A maximum of two students
from any private, public or inde-
pendent school in New Provi-
dence or the Family Islands are
eligible to participate in the
awards programme. The con-
test is open to any 6th grade
student regardless of colour,
creed, nationality or religious
affiliation.
The Bahamas Primary School
Student of the Year Founda-
tion has delivered applications
forms to each Primary School
in the country. All completed
application packages must be
submitted on or before the
deadline on Friday February 17,
2006 at 5pm EST.
The awards ceremony will be
held in May 2006. Students will
be competing for scholarships,
trophies and prizes in the 2006
Bahamas Primary School Stu-
dent of the Year. The Pro-
gramme has given over $70,000
in Scholarships and prizes since
the 1997 Awards Competition.
To enter the Competition,
student has to be nominated
by his/her school. In addition,
he/she must submit an applica-
tion package along with the
required application form, a
300-word essay on the topic
"Why I should be chosen the
2006 Bahamas Primary School
Student of the Year?", three
letters of recommendation,
copies of the latest report cards
(5th and 6th Grade) and copies
of any awards/certificates and/or


newspaper clippings that
would shed highlight of the
student's achievement.
An independent panel of
judges will review the applica-
tion packages submitted and
will determine the overall win-
ner for the 2006 Bahamas Pri-
mary School Student of the
Year.
To date over six hundred
students have been recognized
in the awards programme.
Application forms can be
downloaded from the founda-
tion's website:
www.bahamaspstoy.org.


Ricardo Deveaux, president
and chief executive officer of
the Bahamas Primary School
Student of the Year Founda-
tion, was the founding father
of The Primary School Stu-
dent of the Year Programme,
stated that plans are now well
underway for the Tenth Annu-
al National Recognition Cere-
mony for Primary School Stu-
dents.
The Foundation was incor-
porated under The Companies
Act of 1992 of the Common-
wealth of The Bahamas in
June 2004, as a fully registered


non-profit foundation. It is
dedicated exclusively to public,
charitable, and educational
purposes of the Awards Pro-
gramme.


ALANA Ingraham -
accounts executive at
Atlantic Medical Insurance,
presenting a $2,000 Scholar-
ship to the 2005 Bahamas
Student of the Year Awards
Programme Shirdat Jadoo
of Maurice Moore Primary
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MINISTRY OF FINANCE
TREASURY DEPARTMENT

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Treasurer of The Bahamas advises all pensioners,
whose pension payments are forwarded direct to bank
accounts, to be verified during the month of January 2006..

Pensioners are to advise to visit the Public Treasury
Department on the ground floor of the British American
Insurance House, Marlborough Street and navy Lion Road
bringing with them some form of identification i.e. Passport,
Voters Card, National Insurance I.D. or Drivers license
with photo. Failing to present oneself for verification or to
submit the appropriate Life and Payment Certification will
result in the interruption of bank payments.

Please note that submission of Life and Payment Verification
Certificated are no longer required on a monthly basis in
order for payments to be forwarded to bank accounts.
However, Pensioners must be verified during January and
July of each year. Life and Payment Verification Certificates
must be duly certified and should include a telephone
contact.

The following Life and Payiment forms are availabfe-at the
Public Treasury:

Official Pension Life & Payment certificates to be used
by retired Public Officers

World War 1 Veterans and Widows Life & Payment
certificate to be used by Veterans & Windows of World
War

Parliamentary Pension Life & Payment Certificate to
be used by retired Parliamentarians

Bahamas Widows' & Orphans' Pension Fund
Certificates to be used by Widows' & Orphans'
Pensioners

All Pensioners is respect of a pension that is paid by the
Public Treasury are urged to verify during the designated
months each year in order to avoid any inconvenience.

For further details, Pensioners may contact the Pension
Section of the Public Treasury Department at telephone
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VACANCY NOTICE
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company Limited invites applications from suitably qualified
individuals for the position of Associate in its Insurance Department.
JOB SUMMARY
Assist with the day-to-day administration of all matters pertaining to the Company's General Insurances.
General insurance administration includes claims administration, loss prevention, loss control, insurance
management and settling of claims.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Assist in processing all motor, property and liability claims
2. Assist in dissemination of all insurance matters
3. Ensure that procedures are being adhered to with regards to conditions of the respective policies
4. Recover fund from third party regarding infrastructure damages
5. Monitor the progress of claims
6. Assist with safety inspections
7. Assist with preparation of monthly reports for the department
8. Provide relevant statistical information
9. Prepare trend analysis
10. Assist in the preparation of tender specification documents for all expiring policies
11. Monitor all vehicles/fixed assets verification counts to ensure that all the company's properties
are insured.
12. Conduct investigations of employee and public injuries and hazard exposures
13. Perform other duties as assigned by Manager/Insurance Department
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
1. Bachelors Degree in Business Administration with three (3) years experience or Associate
Degree in Business Administration with five (5) years experience
2. Must be proficient in all Microsoft Applications, in particular Microsoft Word, Power Point
and Excel.
3. Must be goal-oriented, and a team player
4. Must have strong leadership, interpersonal, organizational, analytical, and communication skills.
All applications are to be received at BTC's Head Office 21 John E Kennedy Drive, no later than Friday,
January 20, 2006 and addressed as follows:
Director
Human Resources & Training
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company Limited
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* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
he owners of
Freeport's still-
closed Royal Oasis
resort are "near"
to reaching a set-
tlement over the disputed insur-
ance claim resulting from the
2004 hurricane season, the Gov-
ernment has been told, with a
resolution possibly helping to
pave the way for the resort's
sale.
Obie Wilchcombe, minister of
tourism, said yesterday in
response to The Tribune's
inquiries: "They are still negoti-
ating. They are near a conclu-
sion, [but] there's still one final
detail to be worked out."
He added that this was based
on information received from
the Royal Oasis's owners.
The Tribune was informed
earlier this week that Lehman
Brothers' private equity arm,


OBIE WILCHCOMBE

which effectively owns the Roy-
al Oasis in its capacity as mort-
gagee, was close to reaching a
settlement over the insurance
claim that had resulted from
damage inflicted on the resort


Resolution

might speed

up resort's sale

by Hurricane Frances in Sep-
tember 2004.
The hotel, and its casino, have
been closed ever since that date,
with the dispute over the insur-
ance claim bogged down in the
US courts.
Several sources have told The
Tribune that an insurance set-
tlement could accelerate the
sales process, as Lehman Broth-
ers might reduce its sales price to
a more realistic level.
This newspaper had been told
that Lehman Brothers was seek-
ing $33 million from a buyer,
plus an additional sum that

SEE page 9B


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Bahamas Hotel Associ-
ation's (BHA) president yester-
day said the tourist experience -
and this nation's point of differ-
ence from competitors would
be enhanced if the new manage-
ment company followed through
on indications that Bahamian
culture would be central to a
revitalised Nassau Internation-
al Airport (NIA).
Emphasising that the Memo-
randum of Understanding
(MOU) signed between the
Government and YVRAS, the
international subsidiary of Van-
couver Airport Services (YVR),
was "welcome news", Earle
Bethell said NIA was "vital" to
the success of major tourism
developments in the Bahamas.
"We have to ensure the arrival


Nassau airport needs to look

'more professional', as 'vital' to

investments and visitor experience


and departure experience is as
good as the one the passenger
has at one of our hotels," said
Mr Bethell, who is the Nassau
Beach Hotel's general manag-
er.
Based on media reports, "that
is not happening", and Mr
Bethell said the hotel and
tourism industry was "looking
to see that turn around".
Apart from Kerzner Interna-
tional's Phase III expansion pro-
ject on Paradise Island, once that
was completed Baha Mar had
to undertake its $1.6 billion


Cable Beach expansion.
"The airport is vital to the suc-
cess of these operations," Mr
Bethell said. "We have to make
our airport look professional."
He added, though, that he
"feels strongly" that NIA will be
transformed under YVRAS,
which was a reputable company
and "has the experience of run-
ning major airports throughout
the world".
A YVRAS consultant had

SEE page 8B


Abaco resort in $317m Ritz-Carlton expansion


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Abaco Club is planning to invest a fur-
ther $317 million over 10 years to make the resort
financially viable, expanding the project through a
120-room Ritz-Carlton branded boutique hotel
plus fractional units and private residences that
will also take the five-star operators brand.
Allyson Maynard-Gibson, minister, of financial
services and investments, told an Abaco Town
Meeting that the expansion project was projected
to increase annual direct visitor spending by $4.8


million.
It was also likely to bring 65,526 extra visitors to
Abaco over the next 10 years, and provide direct
full-time employment for an extra 158 workers at
the Abaco Club.
In addition, Mrs Maynard-Gibson said the eco-
nomic impact from the expansion would also trans-
late into full-time employment for about 173 con-
struction workers between 2006-2012.
The estimated contribution to the Bahamas'
gross domestic product (GDP) from the Abaco
Club's expansion was forecast at $411 over the
next 10 years, with construction spending set to


total $287 million over the next eight years.
Tax revenues generated for the Government
were forecast to be $134 million between 2006 to
2015.
The Abaco Club at Winding Bay, located at
Cherokee Sound in South Abaco, is the brain-
child of British entrepreneur Peter de Savary. He
told the Town Meeting that the involvement of
Ritz-Carlton, in additiori to its employee, training
programmes, would provide additional exposure
for the resort.
He added that Ritz-Carlton's involvement also
provided long-range secuniv for the Abaco Club,


as it was a partner that could take it forward if he
was unable to continue.
Mr de Savary will be 70 when the expansion is
completed, and Ritz-Carlton provides an element
of insurance for Mr de Savary's one-man vision and
exposure.
Included in the 120-room boutique hotel will
be a 40-key Great House, 30 one-bedroom
cabanas, 30 golf-course cabanas and 20 currently
existing stand-alone cabanas, plus dining rooms,


SEE page 8B


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE management contract
for Nassau International Airport
(NIA) appears to fall far short of
what was initially envisaged, an
analysis by The Tribune has
found, with the Government and
its agencies retaining a high lev-
el of control.
The agreement with YVRAS,
the international subsidiary of
Vancouver Airport Services, is
more of a pure
management/operating partner
contract rather than the
build/operate/transfer (BOT)
arrangement for NIA that was
initially contemplated.
A YVRAS press release,


issued on February 10, 2005,
when the company was named
the preferred bidder on the con-
tract, said in relation to NIA:
"The contract will be for 15 to 25
years depending on the negotia-
tion of financial and commercial
terms."
However, the Memorandum
of Understanding (MOU)
announced on Tuesday between
the Government and YVRAS
is only for 10 years, and is just
related to managing, operating
and helping to develop NIA.
Rather than lease the airport
to YVRAS, the Airport Author-
ity will instead lease it for 30

SEE page 8B


Guana Cay trial next week


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Supreme Court trial
over the controversial $175 mil-
lion Baker's Bay Golf & Ocean
Club development on Great
Guana Cay is set for January 26
in Freeport, The Tribune was
told yesterday.
Fred Smith, attorney for the
Save Guana Cay Association
lobby group that is opposing the
development, said the trial on
the merits and substantive issues
raised by the case will be heard
by Justice Carroll.
The court date has been set
after the Court of Appeal
referred the case back to the
Supreme Court for a trial on its
merits, which had to be heard by
January 31, 2006.


The court overturned the
Supreme Court verdict that
threw out the Association's
action against the Government
over the Heads of Agreement.
San Francisco-based Discov-
ery Land Company, the devel-
opers of Baker's Bay, gave a
two-month undertaking in
November to "not cut tear
down or remove any vegeta-
tion", "not disturb or remove
any mangrove or wetlands",
"not excavate or dredge the
land or seabed", "not erect any
further buildings or structures",
and "not construct or pave any
roads" until the Supreme Court
heard the case.
As a result, contractors hired
by Discovery Land Company
have been forced to lay-off
some 33 workers.


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or above or equivalent/high school diploma,
or 3 BJC's with 'C' grades or equivalent high
school diploma.


* Good communication skills.


* Sound human relations skills.


* Computer skills and knowledge of surveillance
systems are assets.


* Punctual, reliable, alert and physically fit


* Clean Police Record


* Good character


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THE Bahamas will be added to the
list of approved destinations for out-
bound Chinese tourists from March
1, 2006, onwards, it was reported yes-
terday.
The details were contained in a Chi-
nese news agency report, which quot-
ed a contact in the China National
Tourism Administration.
Karen Seymour, the Ministry of
Tourism's director of Europe and
Asia, told The Tribune yesterday said


the Bahamas had already been given
approved destination status by Bei-
jing.
But before it could receive Chinese
tourists, the next step was for the Chi-
nese and Bahamian governments to
agree on which operators will sell out-
bound travel to China, and which
Bahamian operators will receive the
Chinese visitors.
. A list of Bahamian tour operators
has been submitted to the Chinese


authorities for approval, and the Min-
istry of Tourism is simply waiting on
Beijing's final approval to begin receiv-
ing tourists.
Tourism
When the approval is received, the
Ministry of Tourism will arrange for
Chinese operators to come to the
Bahamas and familiarise themselves
with the Bahamian product.


"In order to sell something you need
to know it. So we need them to come.
We also need to educate the public,
and you know there are 1.3 billion
people in China, so that's a heavy
undertaking. And one of the best ways
to do that is by using the media. So
that is a priority, and we plan on bring-
ing a few people from the consumer
press as well as the trade press in Chi-
na," Ms Seymour added.
The Bahamian government will not


be able to organise these visits until
official approval from the Chinese gov-
ernment comes in.
"But when that does happen, we are
going to hit the ground running," Ms
Seymour said. "We are just waiting
for the Government to say 'go', and
the Bahamas will hit the ground run-
ning. We are ready. We have identified
a few television stations, newspapers,
magazines who have already expressed
interest to get things started."


Bank links with developer


on Exuma land ownership


BANK of the Bahamas
International has teamed up
with developer Bahama Acres
to provide a discount pricing
and financing programme that
aims to make land ownership
in Exuma more affordable for
Bahamians.
The campaign, called A Slice
of Heaven in the Bahamas for
Bahamians, offers Bahamians
with a valid passport a 20 per
cent discount on property
prices throughout the holdings
of Bahama Sound in Great
Exuma. There is a five per cent
down payment and financing
of up to 95 per cent for those
who qualify by Bank of the
Bahamas International.
Translates
"What that translates to,"
explained Lynden Nairn, the
bank's deputy managing direc-
tor for credit and finance, "is
that a Bahamian who has a
reliable source of income or
other proof that he or she can
maintain payments, can pur-


chase a lot that would ordi-
narily sell for $25,000 for
$20,000 with 5 per cent down
and payments of $241 a
month."
Mortgage
Mortgage indemnity insur-
ance is required for 95 per cent
financing. Under the pro-
gramme, scheduled to run for
six months unless lots sell out
earlier, a $12,500 lot would sell
to a Bahamian for $10,000,
with a down payment of $500
and monthly payments of $121.
The campaign launched this
week, and John 'Jay' Moyna-
han, president of Bahama
Acres, developers of Bahama
Sound, said: "With all the
expanding business and career
opportunities in Exuma, more
Bahamians than ever are
expressing a desire to 'go home
to the island', and we believe
this partnership between
Bahama Sound and Bank of
the Bahamas will make it not
only possible for them to do


so, but practical, affordable
and appealing."
Bank of the Bahamas Inter-
national will also convert land
financing into construction
loans and home mortgages
with closing costs, furniture,
appliances and other inciden-
tals included in the mortgage
at a guaranteed rate.
It will finance commercial
property at Bahama Sound for
up to 15 years at prime plus
3.5 per cent and 70 per cent
financing.
Partnership
"We are really excited about
this partnership," said Mr
Moynahan, whose father and
late uncle carved Bahama
Sound out of what was then a
remote and almost unheard-
of island in the Central
Bahamas in the early 1960s.
Initial sales were almost
entirely to British and other
Europeans. In the past five
years, about 25 per cent of all
sales have been to Bahamians.


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The Bahamas Environment, Science and Technology
(BEST) Commission, Ministry of Health and Environment
is seeking persons with Engineering, Botany, Terrestrial
Ecology, and Urban Planning qualifications to fill in-
house consultancy positions.



Please contact the BEST Commission for more details
at The BEST Commission, Ministry of Health

P.O. Box N-3730
Nassau Court, West Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: 242-322-4546 or 242-322-2576
Fax: 242-326-3509
E-mail: info@best.bs



Interested persons should send their resumes before
February 3, 2006 via electronic mail, hand delivery, or
facsimile and should be available for interviews during
the 2nd week of February 2006 at the BEST Commisison
office.







THE 1
COMPANY

POSITIONS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
Controller

The Ginn Company is looking for a talented, energetic qualified CPA or equivalent to
assist in the creation of and to supervise the operation of the day-to-day operations of
its Finance Department in Freeport Grand Bahama.
The role involves the maintenance of the General Ledger, production of reports re-
quired by the Group Finance Department on both an ad hoc basis and regular month
end and assisting the Senior Bahamas Administrator and Financial Controller as
needed. The Finance Department consists of four other persons whom you will super-
vise.
The ideal candidate will have 3 to 4 years experience working for a major accounting
firm and be able to demonstrate enthusiasm, a record of achievement in his/her career
as well as the experience of managing a team to achieve project goals within tight
deadlines, strong personal and organizational skills and the adaptability.to function in a
fast-paced constantly evolving environment
(S)he will also be able to demonstrate the ability to use Microsoft Office tools to an ad-
vanced level (especially Excel). Some travel will be required on an occasional basis
for training and meetings.
Accounts Department Staff
The Ginn Company is looking for a talented, experienced, energetic accounts depart-
ment personnel for the operation of the day-to-day operations of its Finance Depart-
ment in Freeport Grand Bahama.
The roles involve:
Accounts Payable
Payroll/Human Resources
Job costing
The ideal candidates will be able to demonstrate enthusiasm, a record of achievement
in their career, the ability to work as part of a team, the work ethic to achieve project
goals within tight deadlines and adaptability to function in a fast-paced constantly
evolving environment,
They will also be able to demonstrate the ability to use Microsoft Office tools to an ad-
vanced level (especially Excel). Some travel will be required on an occasional basis
for training.

Receptionist
The Ginn Company has an employment opportunity for a Receptionist in Freeport
Grand Bahama.
This important role involves, among other matters, being the first person to greet a visi-
tor or caller to the company's premises and dealing with them in a courteous and pro-
fessional manner in accordance with Ginn Company standards.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate enthusiasm, strong personal and or-
ganizational skills, work ethic, the ability to work as part of a team and the adaptability
to function in a fast-paced constantly evolving environment.
(S)he will also be able to demonstrate the ability to type and use Microsoft Office tools
to an intermediate level (especially Word). Some travel will be required on an occa-
sional basis for training.
Candidates must be available to be on site from 8.30a.m. to 12.30p.m. and 1.30p.m. to
5.00p.m.


All candidates must be of legal age, medically capable of performing the position, le-
gally employable and have the unrestricted right to engage in. gainful employment in
The Bahamas.
A very competitive salary and benefits package will be offered, commensurate with
your demonstrated experience and ability.
Send resumes and a summary of your current compensation and benefits to:
bahamaresume@ginncompany.com
oi PO Box F-42498-343


Investment analyst




set to focus on


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countries are
forming National
Competitiveness
Councils to
develop strategies
that maintain their economy's
competitiveness, a Caribbean
investment analysts said, as bar-
riers protecting labour-inten-
sive industries are broken
down.
Region
"The region is being exposed
to a higher level of global inte-
gration, as the WTO and other
trade arrangements are remov-
ing the cushions which allowed
continuity in labour-intensive


traditional sectors," sz
coin Price, Private Seci
son Investment Analy:
Caribbean Regional N
ing Machinery (CRNN
Global
"Globally, many cc
such as Malta and Sir
which have been faced
dilemma, have embark
national competitivene
cils, who are charged
responsibility of design
implementing a comp
ness strategy."
The Jamaican econo
statistician added: "In
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Small offshore bank has new position available

STAFF ACCOUNTANT.

This position would suit a qualified account
someone without formal qualifications but appro]
experience.

As this is a new role a flexible, motivated appr
is essential.

A generous remuneration package is available fc
right candidate.

Send resumes byfax to 394-5975 for t
attention of the General Manager.


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aid Lin- tiveness strategy is a sound pub-
tor Liai- lie-private sector partnership
st at the where the private sector com-
[egotiat- mits to operating at maximum
I). efficiency and the government
commits to providing the busi-
V ness framework that encour-
ages efficient and sustainable
countries growth and job creation."
igapore, Mr Price will address the top-
with this ic Partners for Global Compet-
rked on itiveness at the 15th Annual
ss coun- Business Outlook Forum on
with the Monday, January 23, which
ning and returns to the Wyndham Nas-
petitive- sau Resort under the theme
Creating Successful Public- Pri-
mist and vate Partnerships.
all cas- With over 10 years' experi-
ompeti- ence in market research, trade
negotiations and strategic plan-
ning, Mr Price is currently
employed with the CRNM as
its private sector liaison inyest-
ment analyst. His responsibili-
ties are geared towards max-
imising the benefits of tide
agreements for the region's pri-
vate sector.
for a Tenure :

Prior to his tenure at the
CRNM, Mr Price worked as
.nt or manager of the Policy and Plan-
priate ning Unit of Jamaica's InVe.st-
ment and Export Development
Agency (JAMPRO), where he
negotiated numerous trade and
roach investment agreements.
Mr Price has also been
involved in market research
or the and business intelligence; and
the production Investment
Opportunity Profiles. He has
an M.Sc. in Economics and a
the B.Sc. in Statistics (Hons); and
has taught at the UWI as a lec-
turer in the Department of
Economics.


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2006, PAGE 5B


THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS


MILLARS HEIGHTS
SUBDIVISION
(Nassau)

Lot #12 Block #3, a sixteen year old,
single story triplex with floor area of
2,378 sq. ft., each apartment consist
of 2 bed, 1 bath, living, dining area
and kitchen. Lot size is 7,500 sq. ft.
75 x 100.


Appraisal: $268,411.00

Heading west on Carmichael Road, enter West Ave., on the southside
immediately after Topps Laundermat. Take first right which is Wimpole St,
go around curve on left which is London Ave., travelsouth on London Ave.,
property is 2nd to last building on the right before T, Junction (High street)
L shape triplex, painted green, trimmed white.
DUNDAS TOWN
(Abaco)

; 2 storey, 4 bed, 2 bath on 1/2 acre
i, lot no. 25, living room, dining room,
: family room, kitchen downstairs,
'' upstairs there are 4 bedrooms and
S2 bathrooms.Age is 16 years, color
is yellow trimmed with white,
upperlevel 1,080 sq. ft., lower level,
_: ____________ 1080 sq. ft., garage 420 sq. ft.,
covered verahandahs 390 sq. ft., the
land is portion W of one of the Dundas Town Crown Allotment parcels
situated near Forest Drive being just under half acre in size. Located on the
southern side of a ridge being 12 feet plus above sea level with little likelihood
of flooding grounds well kept with above average landscaping including
grass cover with palms and citrus trees. Enclosed on 3 sides with a 6 ft.,
metal fences and ficus trees at the fron. 30 ft., by 36 ft., roof garage now
used as a nursery school. At the upper level on the eastern side is covered
wooden verandah 6 ft., x 30 ft., interior walls concrete, ceiling of sheet rock
and floor of ceremic tiles.
Appraisal: $267,987.91


CYCLOPS GARDEN
(Nassau)

SAll that lot of land numbering as "H"
7 -* .7 ,being one of several lots in Cyclops
9 1 Gardens located off the northern side
Sof Cowpen Road one corner west of
Faith Avenue Junction. This property
S s comprise of a two and a half year old
single storey duples with a gross floor
area of 1,512.42 sq. ft., each unit
consisting of 2 bedrooms all wth wall airconditioning units, 1 bathroom,
living, dining and kitchen building is effectively new.
Appraisal: $219,450.00

Heading south on Faith Avenue to junction off Cowpen road make a right
then first right again. The subject property is the 4th on the right tan trimmed
brown.


WEST RIDGE ESTATES
(Nassau)


.I All that piece parcel or lot of land
i s having an area of 34,089 sq. ft.,
being lot #152, of West Ridge
SEstates Subdivision, zoining is
single family residential with all
utilities available. The subject
,, property is on hilly terrain at the top
Sof a ridge that offers a lovely view
to the northeast. The grounds are attractively landscaped with a grass lawn,
ornamental shrubs and flowering plants. Other improvements include chain
link fencing along the sides and rear boundaries, with a concrete block wall
at the front with asphalt paved driveway.
Appraisal: $1,049,788.90

There are two buildings located on this property. The main 2 storey house
is located at the highest point of the property. This house has an approximate
gross floor area of 4,8000 sq. ft., upstairs consist of 3 full bedroom suites
(each with a full bathroom), inlcuding a master bedroom suite, an office
with a bathroom (shower only) and sitting room. Downstairs consist of living
room, formal dining area, casual dining area, powder room and spacious
kitchen (at least 500 sq ft). :. ,, .


LOT NO. 370 GRENADA CLOSE GOLDEN GATES #2
(Nassau)

All that lot of land having an area of 5,500 sq. ft., being lot 370 Grenada Close of the subdivision known and
designated as Golden Gates No. 2, situated in the Southwestern district of New Providence Bahamas. This
property is comprised of 25 years old single family residence consisting of approximately 1,234 sq. ft., of enclosed
living space with 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, living/dining room, and kitchen. The Land is on a grade and
level and appear to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual heavy rainy
periods. The grounds are fairly kept, with improvements including driveway, walkway and low shrubs. Yard is
enclosed with chain linked fencing to the sides and rear.
Appraisal: $142,742.00


Traveling south along Blue Hill Road, turn right at the Farmers Market just after passing the Golden Gates Shopping Center, take 1st corner left, Windward
Isles Way, then take 3rd corner right, St Thomas Road, then first left, grenada Crest, drive around the bend then 1st left again the subject property is
the 2nd property left house #4 painted peach trimmed black.
LOT #7 EARLY SETTLERS DRIVE
S(Eleuthera)

All that lot of land and improvements having an area of 11,200 sq. ft. being #7 Early Settlers Drive,
SNorth Eleuthera Heights, Eleuthera one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This
property is comprised an incomplete two storey single family structure consisting of approximately
S2,255.92 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, living room, dining, kitchen
.. - "and tv room.

*-* _Appraisal: $132,968.00





NORTH ELEUTHERA HEIGHTS (ELEUTHERA), Lot #20 approximately 11,200 sq. ft., and bounded on North by Early Settler
Drive and South by Deal Investment Ltd., this is a single family zoning and 50 ft., above sea level. This site encompasses a
foundation with plumbing and roughing inplace and well compacked quarry fill. The concrete floor has not been poured as yet.
The foundation is 2,511 sq. ft. Lot #20 situated 1.5 miles east wardly of the Bluff Settlement. The said lot is vacant and a hill
over looking the Atlantic Ocean. Appraisal: $46,167.18



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miles west of George Town lot is square in shape on elevation of approximately 15 ft., above sea level contains 10,000 sq. ft.,
No adverse site conditions noted. This property is single family residence. Property is located on the northwestern side of the
Queen's Highway, about 10.5 miles northwest of George Town. Appraisal: $27,562.50



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under normal conditions. Land size 104 x 78 approximately 11,277 sq. ft. Estimated Value: $18,649.33


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Are you preparing for a promotion, career change or career enhancement? The Professional Development Department can help you achieve
your career goal! A wide array of courses and programmes leading to certificate, certification and licensure are offered. You can become a pioneer
in.setting performance standards in your organization. Success is at your finger tips. We have secured partnerships with leading international
institutions to help you accomplish your career goals. You can attain your professional development credentials at The College of The Bahamas.
Choose the courses or programme to help you accomplish your career goals...
Certified Professional Managers Programme
Certificate Programme For The Office Assistant
Certificate Programme In Learning Disabilities
A+ Computer Technician Certification
Certified Computer Operator (Microsoft Office Specialist- MOS)
Certificate In Law
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Becker Conviser CPA Review
Certified Human Resource Managers Programme
Certificate Programme In Supervisory Management
Journeyman Plumbing License
Master Plumbing License
Certified Security Officer
Managerial Accounting For Non-Financial Managers
Ethics And Professional Responsibility
Writing & Research Skills
Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
No entrance exams. Tuition may be paid per term or in full. International programmes available.
CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL MANAGERS PROGRAMME
This programme is administered in conjunction with The Institute of Certified Professional Management at James Madison University,
Harrisonburg, Virginia. The CM Programme provides Supervisors, Managers, and Team Leaders with the fundamental knowledge needed
for today's management challenges. A comprehensive instructional scheme gives you the competence you need to meet high standards of
performance.
TERM 1 TERM 2
CPM 900 Personal Skills- $500 CPM 901 Administrative Skills- $700
WRS 900 Writing and Research Skills- $350 ETHC900 Ethics and Professional Responsibility- $250
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $100
TERM 3
CPM 902 Interpersonal Skills- $600
CPS 901 Accounts- $300
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $210
PREREQUISITE: 3 or more years as a Trainer, Supervisor or Manager with an Associate Degree or a B. A. Degree from an accredited or
recognized college/university; COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Spring and Fall Day/Time: Sat. 8am-12:15pm Duration: 3 TERMS
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME FOR THE OFFICE ASSISTANT
With the advent of the high-tech office, the Clerks'/Office Assistants' role has evolved as one of the most important support factors in the
operational management process. In an effort to equip the support level staff to function efficiently in the work environment, CEES is pleased
to offer a proficiency programme in basic office skills..
TERM 1 TERM 2
"CPS 909 Business Communication- $300 P Professional Development Seminar- $100
WRS 900 Writing & Research Skills- $350 CPS 911 Records Management- $200
ETHC900 Ethics and Professional Responsibility- $250
TERM 3
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $210
CPS 903 Office Technology- $500
CPS 910 Managing Physical Resources- $200
CPS 901 Accounts- $300
PREREQUISITE: 3 or more years experience in a clerical position and 3 BGCSE's- Grade C or above;
COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Spring and Fall Day/Time: Sat. 8am-12pm Duration: 3 TERMS
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME IN LEARNING DISABILITIES
The Certificate in Learning Disabilities Programme is designed to equip teachers with the skills necessary for working with diverse learners.
Participants are trained to use the basic techniques to identify students with learning disabilities; analyze and examine disabilities related to
language and communicative arts; and develop strategies that can be used with students who have been diagnosed as learning disabled. The
programme comprises six (6) courses:
TERM 1 TERM 2
SPED 900 Introduction To Learning Disabilities- $84 SPED 903 Strategies and interventions I- $168
SPED 901 Diagnosing Learning Disabilities- $168 SPED 904 Strategies and interventions II- $84
SPED 902 Individual Education Planning- $168 ETHC900 Ethics & Profess. Responsibility.- $250
TERM 3
SPED 905 Assessment- $178
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $100
PREREQUISITE: AA Degree with a Teacher's Certificate or a BA Degree;
COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet 1
Begins: Spring & Fall Day/Time: Sat. 8:00am-12:15pm Duration: 3 TERMS
A+ COMPUTER TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATION
This programme of study is designed to equip students with the skills necessary to successfully sit the international A+ Microsoft Certification
Examination. Techniques to identify and rectify mechanical problems related to the personal computer are explored. It is a hands-on learning
experience with lab exercises that helps the student to apply theory to practice.
TERM 1: COMP 954 Software- $510 TERM 2: COMP 955 Hardware
PREREQUISITE: COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Per Demand Day/Time: Sat. 8:00am-12:15pm tn Duration: 2 TERMS
CERTIFIED COMPUTER OPERATOR (Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
This course of study is designed to train students how to master Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Microsofti outlook, and
PowerPoint. To help the student to develop navigation and design skills, the instruiiato6 prolis easy to understand notes aid.enducts live
demonstrations on how to manipulate the entire MS Office Suite. Upon successful completion ofthe external international examinations, the
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification is awarded. The programme comprises five Modules and two companion courses:
TERM 1 TERM 2
COMPT06 Microsoft Office Specialist- $610 ET'000 Ethics & Professional Responsibility- $250
Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $100
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint TERM 3
Microsoft Outlook COMP906 Microsoft Office Specialist- $610
WRS 900 Writing and Research Skills- $350 CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $210
PREREQUISITE: COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Spring and Fall Day/fime: Sat. 8:00am-12:15pm Duration: 3 TERMS
CERTIFICATE IN LAW
This programme is offered in conjunction with The Institute of Legal Executives ilexX), Bedford, England.
ILEX qualification routes are vocationally relevant and designed to build and test legal knowledge and understanding at the paralegal level.
Designed to facilitate'the training and educational needs of Legal Secretaries, Legal Clerks, Legal Office Managers, Law Enforcement Officers,
Special Assistants to Lawyers, Justice of The Peace, and all persons interested in acquiring an impressive array of legal office skills, the
Certificate in Law qualification is specifically relevant to The Bahamas legal system. Courses include:
TERM 1 TERM 2
WRS 900 Writing and Research Skills -$350 ETHC900 Ethics and Prof. Responsibility- $250 LAW 900
The Legal Environment -$600.00 LAW 901 General Legal Principles-$600.00
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $210
TERM 3 (Options- choose one) -$600
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LAW 903 Company Law LAW 906 Law of Mortgages
LAW 905 Employment Law LAW 908 Work of The Magistrate's Court
LAW 907 Nature and Role of Criminal Law
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $210
PREREQUISITE: AA Degree and 3 years work experience; COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Spring and Fall Day/Time: Sat. 8am 12:15pm Duration: 3 TERMS
THE BECKER CPA REVIEW
The College of The Bahamas is pleased to offer the New CPA Computer Based Test (CBT). Besides the obvious transition from a pencil-and-
paper exam to a computer-based test, the revised CPA Exam will also contain a new content focus broadening the scope of audit and attest
areas and incorporating the assessment of critical skills, such as research and communication. The new exam also has increase emphasis on
general business knowledge and information technology.
CPA 900 Financial Reporting- $650 CPA 901 Accounting & Reporting/Regulation- $520
CPA 902 Law/Business Law- $465 CPA 903 Auditing/Auditing and Attestation- $465
.Prerequisite: A BA Degree from an accredited or recognized college/university in any discipline with at least 21 credits hours in accounting.
Begins: Spring and Fab Day/Time: Sat. 8:30am 5:30pm Duration: 12 Weeks
CERTIFICATION IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Offered in conjunction with Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach, Alabama, this nine months programme is designed for those
individuals seeking professional development and aspiring to rise through the ranks in the HR field.
TERM1 TERM 2
WRS 900 Writing and Research Skills- $350 ETHC900 Ethics and Professional Responsibility- $250
HRM 900 Intro To HRM Environment- $200 HRM 902 H/R Development & Training-$200
HRM 901 Securing Human Resources- $200 HRM 903 Rewards Compensation and Benefits-$300
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $100
TERM 3
HRM 904 Labour Management Relations- $300
HRM 905 Protecting and Evaluating Human Resources- $300
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $210


ATION & EXTENSION SERVICES
: PREREQUISITE: A BA Degree in any discipline from an accredited or recognized college/university or a minimum of 5 years as a manager,
supervisor or trainer; COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Spring and Fall Day/Time: Sat. 8am-12:15pm Duration: 3 TERMS
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME IN SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT
Supervisors with cutting edge skills know how to accomplish difficult tasks, solve complicated problems and master challenges in decision
making. This programme is aimed at supervisors and middle managers who wish to update their supervisory skills, or persons who have been
: promoted and wish to gain additional insight into the world of supervisory management. This programme entails essential training for persons
wishing to become an associate manager.
TERM 1 TERM 2
CPM 0 Personal Skills- $500 SUPV 900 Supervisory Management (SUPV 1)- $500
WRS 900 Writing and Research Skills- $350 ETHC900 Ethics and Prof. Responsibility- $250
CPS 901 Accounts- $300 CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $100
TERM 3
CPM 902 Interpersonal Skills- $600
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $210
PREREQUISITE: 3 or more years experience as a Supervisor/Manager or Trainer and an AA Degree in any discipline from a recognized
or accredited institution; COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Spring and Fall Day/Time: Sat. 8am-12pm Duration: 3 TERMS
CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL SECRETARY REVIEW PROGRAMME
The Certified Professional Secretary (CPS) Review, offered in conjunction with The International Association of Administrative Professionals
(IAAP) is a 9 month course of study designed to prepare administrative professionals and clerical assistants to write the CPS international
exam.
TERM 1 TERM 2
CPS 901 Accounts- $300 CPS 906 Human Resources- $300
CPS 909 Business Communication- $300 CPS 911 Records Management- $200
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TERM 3 OPTIONAL COURSES
CePS9 Office Technology- $500 WRS 900 Writing and Research Skills- $350 (Spring) 'CPS 910
Managing Physical Resources- $200 ETHC900 Ethics and Prof. Responsibility- $250 (Summer)
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $210
PREREQUISITE: 4 yrs. Experience or an AA Degree+3 Yrs. Experience or a B. A. Degree and 0 Experience;
COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Spring and Fall Day/Time: Sat. 8am-lpm Duration: 3 TERMS
JOURNEYMAN PLUMBING LICENSE
The Journeyman Plumbing course is designed to assist students preparing to write the Journeyman Plumbing Examination. Topics includes:
interpretation of codes, disposal and drainage systems, storm drainage disposal systems, installation of sanitary fixtures, basic drawings to
scale, water supply and distribution, use of materials and tools, repairs and maintenance. The examination is offered in conjunction with The
Ministry of Public Works. At the end of the course, candidates are required to take one (1) Professional Development Seminar.
TERM 1 TERM 2 (Optional)
JPLM )O Journeyman Plumbing- $800 SUPV 900 Supervisory Management- $500
ETHC900 Ethics and Prof. Responsibility- $250 (SUPV900 is available for Plant/Plumbing Supervisodrs)
CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $100
PREREQUISITE: Students should have working knowledge and skills in the following areas: interpretation of codes, disposal and drainage
systems, storm drainage disposal systems, installation of sanitary fixtures, basic drawings to scale, water supply and distribution, use: of
materials and tools, repairs and maintenance.
Begins: Fall Day/Time: Tuesdays .6pm 9pm Duration: 2 TERMS
MASTER PLUMBING LICENSE
The Master Plumbing course is designed to assist students preparing to write the Master Plumbing Examination. Students should have above
average knowledge and skills in the following areas: interpretation of codes, disposal and drainage systems, storm drainage disposal systeins,
installation of sanitary fixtures, basic drawings to scale, water supply and distribution, use of materials and tools, repairs and maintenance.
Special emphasis will be placed o plant management and foreman responsibilities.
TERM 3 TERM 2 (Optional)
ENMP O Master Plumbing- $950 CPM 903 Professional Development Seminar- $100
ETHC900 Ethics and Prof. Responsibility- $250 SUPV 900 Supervisory Management- $500
(SUPV900 is available for Plant/Plumbing Supervisors)
PREREQUISITE: Students should have working knowledge and skills in the following areas: interpretation of codes, disposal and drainage
systems, storm drainage disposal systems, installation of sanitary fixtures, basic drawings to scale, water supply and distribution, use of
materials and tools, repairs and maintenance.
Begins: Fall Day/Time:Tuesdays 6pm 9pm Duration: 1 TERM
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS
This course is designed to strengthen the candidates' understanding of managerial accounting. Managerial accounting concepts, principles
and functions are the main topics covered. The ability to prepare and accurately read a financial statement/spreadsheet is an essential skill
for all professionals and paraprofessionals; CPS901 covers in a very student friendly way, easy to understand examples that aid the students'
learning experience. This course also helps to prepare candidates to write external examinations.
CPS 901 Accounts- $300
PREREQUISITE: None
BEGINS: Per demand Day/Time: Sat/Thurs/Tue. 8am-12:15pm OR 6pm 9pm Duration: 10 Weeks-
ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
This course examines guidelines for the professional behavior of members of any organisation. A select group of codes of ethics and ethics
cases will be explored to support a theoretical and practical discourse on why the application of ethics and professional responsibility is
important in all aspects of society.
ETHC900 Ethics and Professional Responsibility- $250
PREREQUISITE: COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Per demand Day/Time: Sat. 8am-12noon OR Thurs/Te- 6pm 9pm Duration: 8 Weeks
WRITING & RESEARCH SKILLS
This course is designed to provide mature students with reading, writing, research and critical thinking skills to prepare them for entry
into CEES' professional development programmes. WRS 900 is also structured to provide certification candidates with the skills necessary
to successfully write position and research papers.
WRS 900 Writing and Research Skills $350
PREREQUISITE: COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet
Begins: Per demand Day/Time: Sat.- 8am-12noon or Thursdayf/Te- 6pm 9pm Duration: 8 Weeks
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS, WINDOWS & THE INTERNET
This workshop provides a broad foundation for students so that they will have a greater awareness and confidence using personal computers.
Students will gain practical information and skills, such as what a computer is, how to manage personal files and folders that they create.
COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet- $200
PREREQUISITE: None
Begins: Saumrnr. Spring & Fall .. DaT'ffime: Sj 8am-12noon, Duration: 3 Weeks
APPLICANTS FOR INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION COURSES AND PROGRAMMES
All students applying for International Certification Courses and Programmes that are offered in conjunction with foreign institutions are
required to contact the.CEES Office for information on external application and examination fees.
: : Telephone (242) 325-5714/328-0093/328-1936 Fax: (242) 322-2712

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FEES
1. COB Registration................................................... $40.00 (one-time fee)
2. Insurance ..................... $25.00 (valid for 1 year)
3. ID Card................................ .. ... .... $25,00 (one time fee)
4. Technology Fee................................... .... $75
5. Books.......................................... .............. $ Please contact COB Bookstore for prices.
6. Awards Ceremony............................. ......... $150.00 (must be paid by the 2n TERM)
7. External Application Fees..................................... Please check with the CEES Office for information.
ESSENTIAL COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE: Effective Summer 2005, basic computer and Internet skills will be required of all students.
Assessment for exemption from COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet will be done via proof of a certificate
from an authorized provider or by taking a prescribed computer skills test to verify competency in Windows and Computers. Students failing
the competency test will be required to take the Introduction To The Internet, Windows and Computers. This Workshop is a prerequisite
for all programmes or single courses.
Workshop Title: COMP956 Introduction To Computers, Windows and The Internet.
Tuition: $200, Duration: 2 Days
Day: Saturdays: 12noon 3pm (5 contact hours per day) Offered: Spring, Summer and Fall
ADVISEMENT & REGISTRATION SESSIONS
Please bring the following items with you to the advisement/registration session:
The first four pages of your Passport.
Copies of your certificates/licensures and college/university transcripts
Where applicable, letters of recommendation, job description, special awards, etc.
OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION
1. No entrance examination is required for enrollment in professional development courses/programmes.
2. Tuition is charged per term; i.e. you will be billed only for courses offered in the current term.
3. Non-Bahamians add $50 to each course/workshop/seminar
4. Remember to obtain from the Programme Coordinator the correct ISBN Number for all required textbooks
5. At the first class session, ALL students must submit to the Programme Coordinator one copy each
of his/her stamped receipts representing payment for tuition, fees & books for the current term.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND RE-CERTIFICATION SEMINARS
A compulsory professional development seminar is offered for all candidates enrolled in professional development programmes. Seminars
and workshops address important issues that are vital to the adult students' learning experience. Enrollment is also open to the general public.
This seminar is also designed to facilitate continuing education units for professionals applying for re-certification in their respective disciplines.
Students are required only to take ONE Professional Development Seminar. Effective Fall 2005, the Fee for the Professional Development
Seminar will be $210.
THE ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY
The Annual Awards Ceremony and reception is normally held at The British Colonial Hilton Hotel once during the TERM 3. Adult students
successfully completing programmes and courses are awarded certificates, certifications and/or licensure.

Secure Your Seat By Enrolling Today!
Contact The Centre For Continuing Education On Moss Road Campus or
Call (242) 325-5714/328-0093/328-1936 Fax: (242) 322-2712
Fees May Be Paid By Cash, Credit Card, or Bank Certified Cheque To: The College of The Bahamas, Business Offiae
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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I
Course Description: This course is for the beginner who knows very little about computers and does not understand how it works.
This course covers the major computer concepts with extensive hands on practice of various software using: (I) Microsoft Office Word
Processing (ii) Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet (iii) Microsoft Access Database Management.
Pre-requisite: None
Begins: Monday, 6 February 2006 6:00pm -9:00pm Section 01 (CEES)
Saturday, 4 February 2006 10:00am 1:00pm Section 02 (CEES)
Mon. and Wed., 6 Feb., 2006 4:00pm 5:30pm Section 03 (CEES)
Duration: 12 weeks
Venue: CEES Computer Lab
Tuition: $450.00

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II
Course Description: This course covers the major advanced concepts with extensive hands on practice of various software using: (1)
Microsoft Office Word Processing (ii) Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet (iii) Microsoft Access Database Management.
Pre-requisite: Computer Applications I
Begins: Thursday, 9 February 2006
Time: 6:00pm 9:00pm
Duration: 12 weeks
Venue: CEES Computer Lab
Fees $550.00

EFFECTIVE POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS
This workshop is designed to provide participants with an overview of the fundamentals of Microsoft PowerPoint. It focuses on developing
effective and dynamic PowerPoint presentations.
Pre-requisite: None
Begins: Thursday, 2nd March, 2006
Time: 9:30am 4:30pm
Duration: 1 day
Venue: CEES ComputerLab
Fees: $160.00
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY I
'Cdurse Description: This course covers basic concepts of Information Technology. The course provides training in the following areas;
SBasic Hardware Proficiency, Application Features Proficiency, Operating System Proficiency, Internet and Email Proficiency.
Pre-requisite: None
Begins: Wednesday, 8th February, 2006
Time: 6:00pm 9:00pm
Duration: 12 weeks
S'Venue: CEES Computer Lab
Fees: $450.00

PC UPGRADE AND REPAIR
Course Description: This course is a hands-on introduction to technology systems for use in information environments. The course will
cover the following topics: Basic Hardware, Operating Systems, Troubleshooting and.Repairs.
Pre-requisite: None th
, Begins: Tuesday, 7 February, 2006
Time: 6:00pm 7:30pm Tuesdays and Thursdays
Duration: 12 weeks
Venue: BHTC Computer Lab
Fees: $500.00

QUICKBOOKS
Course Description: This course is designed to train new and existing small business entrepreneurs (fewer than 20 employees) how to
organize and manage their accounting activities using QuickBooks Pro software. Students will learn how to set-up their company files,
chart of accounts, budget, customers, vendors and employees.
Pre-requisite: None th
Begins: Tuesday, 28 February, 2006
Time: 6:00pm- 9:00pm
Duration: 6 weeks
Venue: CEES Computer Lab
Fees: $330.00

UPGRADE REPAIR AND TROUBLESHOOT YOUR PC WORKSHOP
This workshop is a hands-on introduction to upgrade repair and troubleshooting your personal computer. Topics covered are basic hardware,
operating systems, troubleshooting and repairs.
Pre-requisite: None th
Begins: Thursday, 9 March, 2006
Time: 9:30am 4:30pm
Duration: 1 day
Venue: CEES Computer Lab
Fees: $250.00

WEBPAGE DESIGN WORKSHOP
Course Description: This course, which targets persons who would like to create their personal web pages will cover Web page creation,
Web site management, and HTML. Specific topics will include Formatting, Graphics, Multimedia, Forms and Tables and hosting of web
pages.
Pre-requisite: Participantsn ust be computer literate and have a basic knowledge of word-processing
Begins: Thursday, 2n" March, 2006
Time: 9:30am-4:30pm
Duration: 2 days
Venue: CEES Computer Lab
Fees: $550.00




MASSAGE THERAPY ESSENTIALS I
This is an introductory course for learning basic techniques of massage therapy and its many benefits. Major topic areas will include
Massage Theory, Manipulations and Techniques, Wellness Education (Psychological and Physiological Benefits), Indications and
Contraindications, Serving Special Populations and Complementary Bodywork Systems to include Aromatherapy Essentials.
Starting: Monday, February 27, 2006
6:00-9:00pm
Duration: 10 Weeks
Tuition Fee: $465.00
Veinue: The College of the Bahamas

MASSAGE THERAPY ESSENTIALS II
This is an advance course for learning techniques of massage therapy and its many benefits. Major topics include introduction to
hydrotherapy; spa and body treatments; the basic facial; aromatherapy-fundamentals or essential oils; relaxation and meditative methods;
Sand hot stone therapy.
' "Starting: Thursday, February 23, 2006
6:00-9:00pm
'Duration: 10 Weeks
Tuition Fee: $620.00
Venue: The College of the Bahamas

'GROUP FITNESS INSTRUCTOR
This is an introductory course in teaching group fitness instruction. Major topics of discussion will include basic anatomy and physiology;
choreography and cueing; the five components of fitness, nutrition, basic exercise testing and how to teach group exercise.
Starting: Thursday, February 27, 2006
Time: 6:00-9:00pm
Duration: 10 Weeks
Tuition Fee: $400.00
Venue: TBA




SUPERIOR CUSTOMER SERVICE
This workshop is designed to provide participants with an overview of the fundamentals of superior customer service. It focuses on
.customer value, retention and relationship building and employee motivation.
Date: Thursday, 23 February 2006
Time: 9:30am-4:30pm
Venue: Choices Restaurant, Bahamas Tourism and Training Centre
Tuition: $170.00

EFFECTIVE POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS
This workshop is designed to provide participants with an overview of the fundamentals of Microsoft PowerPoint. It focuses on developing
effective and dynamic PowerPoint presentations.
[)ate: Thursday, 2 March 2006
Time: 9:30am 4:30pm
Venue: CEES Computer Lab, Moss Road
'Tuition: $160.00


HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
This two-day workshop is designed to equip managers and leaders in organizations and enhance the skills of current Human Resource
professionals with the theory, tools and techniques required for effective human resource management practices in today's workplace.


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Thursday & Friday, 2n -3 March, 2006
9:30am-4:30pm
Choices Restaurant, Bahamas Tourism and Training Centre
$350.00


UPGRADE REPAIRS AND TROUBLESHOOT YOUR PC
This workshop is a hands-on introduction to upgrade repair and troubleshooting your personal computer. Topics covered are basic hardware,
operating systems, troubleshooting and repairs.


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Venue:
Tuition:


Thursday, 9th March, 2006
9:30am 4:30pm
CEES Computer Lab
$250


WEB PAGE DESIGN
This course will cover Web Page Creation, Web Site Management and HTML. Persons who enjoy fiddling with computers and would
like to create their own web pages are encouraged to attend. Specific topics will include Formatting, Graphics, Multimedia, Forms and
Tables and hosting of web pages.


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Thursday & Friday 2nd- 3d March, 2006
9:30am- 4:30pm
CEES Computer Lab, Moss Road
$550.00


COURSE SEC COURSE DESCRIPTION TIME DAY START DUR FEE
ACCT _
ACCA900 01 ACCA FOR BEGINNERS I 6:00-8:00pm Mon/Wed 13-Feb 10 weeks $250
ACCA901 01 ACCA FOR BEGINNERS II 6:00-8:00pm M/Wed 13-Feb 10 weeks $275
ACCA902 01 ACCA FOR BEGINNERS III 6:00-8:00pm Tue/Thur 14-Feb 10 weeks $300
BUS.
BUSI900 01 CREDIT & COLLECTIONS I 6:00-9:00pm Tue 28-Feb 8 Weeks $225
SUPERIOR CUSTOMER I Day $170
CUST900 01 SERVICE W/S 9:30am-4:30pm Thur 23-Feb
BUSI904 01 INTRODUCTION TO BUS. I 6:00-9:00pm Tue 28-Feb 10 weeks $225
COMP
COMP901 01 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I 6:00-9:00pm Mon 6-Feb 12 Weeks $450
COMP901 02 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I 10am-1:00pm Sat 4-Feb 12 Weeks $450
COMP901 03 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I 4:00-5:30pm Mon/Wed 6-Feb 12 Weeks $450
COMP902 01 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II 6:00-9:00pm Thur 9-Feb 12 Weeks $550
COMP903 01 INFORMATION TECH. I 6:00-9:00pm Wed 8-Feb 12 Weeks $450
COMP 941 01 QUICKBOOKS 6:00-9:00pm Tuie 28-Feb 6 weeks $330
COMP953 01 PC UPGRADE AND REPAIR 6:00-7:30pm Tue/Thur 7-Feb 12 Weeks $450
EFFECTIVE POWERPOINT 1 Day $160
COMP960 01 W/S 9:30am-4:30pm Thur 2-Mar
WEB PAGE DESIGN 2 Days $550
COMP930 01 WORKSHOP 9:30am-4:30pm Thur/Fri 2-Mar
Upgrade Repair and 1 Day $250
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NOTICE

The sixth annual Libraries and Instructional Media Services (LIMS) Week will be held 23-27 January
2006, under the theme "Information Destination: Anytime, Anyplace!" With activities taking place at
each of the five branches, the focus is on bringing awareness to the vast and varied formats easily accessible
to the College community, primarily, but some of which may also be explored by the general public.

The activities for the Week are as follows:


Monday 23 January 10 a.m.
Tuesday 24 January
Wednesday 25 January
Thursday 26 January

Friday 27 January


Official Opening and Database Demo Main Library
Open House Law Library and Culinary and Hospitality Library
Open House Hilda Bowen Library, GCC
Open House (with database demos) and Media Demonstrations
(2:00 4:00p.m.) Main Library
Open House at Northern Bahamas Campus Library Freeport


Story Hour for School Children Mable Walker Primary School 1.30pm at Main Library

For more information call 302-4552 or e-mail us at library@cob.edu.bs

"In an effort to expose our nation and our students at The College of The Bahamas to an horrific growing
trend in murders and current studies on Homicide in The Bahamas, COB's Research Edge Forum Series
for 2006 presents this Friday "A descriptive Research Study of Homicide in The Bahamas." Corporal
Chaswell Hanna, MJC, author and homicide detective with The Royal Bahamas Police Force has promised
a presentation that will describe the profiles of murder victim suspects, how The Bahamas' solvency rate
compares to that of other countries, the murder conviction rate, a Bahamian's chances of being murdered
and numerous other facts about murder in our island nation."

The lecture will be held on Friday, January 20, 2006, beginning promptly at 12 noon to 1:30pm in
the Lecture Theatre at the Culinary Hospitality & Management Institute on Thompson Boulevard.


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PEBTRA JINUR1,06T TB


Abaco resort in $317m Ritz-Carlton expansion


NOTICE

KLEENAIR SYSTEMS
INTERNATIONAL, INC.
(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named Company is in
dissolution, commencing on the 6th day of January, 2006. Articles
of Dissolution have been duly registered by the Registrar. The
Liquidator is Paul A. Gomez, P.O.Box N-8285, Nassau, The
Bahamas.
All persons having Claims against the above-named Company
are required on or before the llth day of February, 2006 to send
their names and addresses and particulars of their debts or claims
to the Liquidators of the Company or, in default thereof, they
may be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before
such debts are proved.
Dated this 11th day of January, 2006
PAUL A. GOMEZ
Liquidator


FROM page 1B
grill, caf6, bar, health club, swim-
ming pool, parking facilities and
other amenities.
Construction of the 30 one-
bedroom cabanas is to com-
mence immediately.
Apart from the boutique
hotel, there will be 50 Ritz-Carl-
ton club units sold as fractional
ownership, with six to nine own-
ers per unit. Some 70 Ritz-parl-
ton residences, such as private
homes, cottages and condomini-
ums, will also be built.
Other activity will involve 60
cottages on Yellow Wood
Creek, a 22,000 square foot sec-
ond clubhouse with four pent-
house suites, and a racquet club
for tennis on the resort's western
tip, plus 26 condominium units.
Residents had no objections
to the expansion.
The Abaco Club's centrepiece
is the world's first tropical links
golf course. The initial develop-
ment envisaged a two-phase $50
million project, including 20 vil-
las, 75 cottages, a clubhouse, ten-
nis courts, 60-lot subdivision and
world-class spa. Both phases


were due to be completed with-
in seven years.
Mrs Maynard-Gibson said
Phase I was complete, and parts
of Phase II had been "accelerat-
ed".
She added: "The total capital
expenditure to date has been in
excess of $100 million, with
approximately $44 million being
spent with Bahamian vendors
and suppliers in years 2004 and
2005.
"As a result of construction
and operation of the develop-
ment, approximately 135 jobs
were created by the developer
and 154 jobs were associated
with contracts awarded to
Bahamian businesses and entre-
preneurs."
Mrs Maynard-Gibson said
that while the Abaco Club was
ready to fulfil the commitment
made in its 2003 Heads of
Agreement to deliver a potable
water supply to Cherokee
Sound, the area was not ready to
receive it yet, as the Water &
Sewerage Corporation had yet
to put in a distribution system.
A car park and widening of
the Right of Way to the beach


was to be done in conjunction
with the Ministry of Works and
South Abaco District Council,
and the Abaco Club had already
contributed to the Wild Horse


Photo: Gladstone Thurston/BIS)

Conservation Fund.
Mr de Savary had also under-
taken to develop a community
picnic area on land identified by
the Government.


INVESTMENT


OPPORTUNITY

Joint Venture
($500k to $1,000,000 -
individual or group to complete project)


Sea-Food Processing Plant


Modern Building & Equipment


Contact:
Credit Department
Bahamas Development Bank
P.O. Box N-3034, Nassau, Bahamas Development Bank
Ph: (242) 327-5780/327-5793-6
Fax: (242) 327-5047






Public Utilities Commission





UNIQUE JOB OPPORTUNITY


Senior Regulatory Economist

The rapid evolution of the telecommunications sector combined with
novel approaches to regulating the sector has made it mandatory for
the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to strengthen its capacity in
regulatory economic analyses.

THE JOB

The successful applicant for the position will provide specialist advise
on the economic and financial performance of regulated utilities. The
candidate will also work as an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team
of professionals to ensure effective oversight by the PUC of the various
providers of utility services in The Bahamas. The candidate will perform
market research and other economic studies relevant to the current
and future development of the telecommunications, electricity, and
water and sewerage sectors in The Bahamas.

TRAINING

The candidate will be trained to carry out economic and financial
analyses involving market research, and changes in price setting
methodologies. This specialist training will be offered principally via
short courses and seminars, in The Bahamas and overseas.

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor's Degree in Economics or Economics and Accounting; and
Master's Degree in Economics, or Finance; and
Minimum of five (5) years relevant experience.

REMUNERATION

The PUC offers a very attractive benefits package and excellent
opportunities for further development. Starting salary will be
commensurate with relevant experience. Further information about the
PUC could be obtained from our website at: www.PUCBahamas.gov.bs.

Applications should be received by 23 January, 2006.





**Interste aplicnts ay elier r fa reume to


FROM page 1B


years to a new Bahamian company, called Newco,
which will assume NIA's operations.
Newco will "initially be wholly-owned" by the
Airport Authority, which retains ownership of
NIA. This effectively means that the Airport
Authority is leasing NIA to itself, as the 100 per
cent owner of Newco.
Business sources consulted by The Tribune yes-
terday said they were unsure about the reasons
behind this arrangement, although they pointed
out that because the Government was eventually
contemplating offering shares in Newco to the
Bahamian public, it wanted to separate owner-
ship from operations by keeping it separate from
the Airport Authority.
In addition, YVRAS may also have insisted in
Newco's creation because the Airport Authority
carried "too much baggage" as a result of previous
operational failings and mishaps.
And the financing for capital works and
improvements, derived from the passenger user
facility fee charge, is also under government con-


trol through itself, the Airport Authority and New-
co, with YVRAS "collaborating" in this area.
A passenger user fee of $15 for international
passengers, $5 for domestic flights, and a $5 charge
for security at NIA will be introduced. Parking
and landing fees will also be used, with passengers
themselves effectively paying for the airport's
upgrade.
Phase one of the expected $200 million "facelift"
for NIA is expected to be completed 24 months
after the date that YVRAS assumes responsibili-
ties for the management of the airport.
With the NIA management contract, YVRAS
will now be operating 14 airports in the Caribbean
and Central America region.
YVRAS is owned by the Vancouver Interna-
tional Airport Authority and CDC Capital Part-
ners, a private equity firm. The company oper-
ates 20 airports in eight countries, including Cana-
da, the Dominican Republic, Chile, Jamaica. Hon-
duras, the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos.
*\


FROM page 1B
been working with the Ministry
of Transport and Aviation prior
to the MOU's signing, giving
him and the company the oppor-
tunity to become familiar with
the tourism industry's airport
concerns.
YVRAS had indicated its
intention to make Bahamian cul-
ture part of the visitor's'airport
experience, helping them relate
to this nation.'
"It's the experience, the total
experience that's going to make
the difference..... Anything to
sensitise our visitors to the fact
they are in the Bahamas'would
be good," Me Bethell said.


* THE Abaco Club developer Peter de Savary spoke during
Tuesday's town meeting in Cherokee Sound when his expansion
plans were outlined.


NOTICE

C-MAX ADVANTAGE FUND LIMITED

(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named Company is in
dissolution, commencing on the 14th day of January, 2005.
Articles of Dissolution have been duly registered by the Registrar.
The Liquidator is Paul A. Gomez, P.O.Box N-8285, Nassau, The
Bahamas.
All persons having Claims against the above-named Company
are required on or before the 11th day of February, 2006 to send
their names and addresses and particulars of their debts or claims
to the Joint Liquidators of the Company or, in default thereof,
they may be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made
before such debts are proved.
Dated this 11th day of January, 2006
PAULA. GOMEZ
Liquidator


Press Release





















Mr. Eric Lopez, Board Chairman of Security Services (Bahamas) Limited is
very pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Reginald Grant as the new
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company effective December 5, 2005.

Mr. Grant brings with him a wealth of experience in aviation and airport
business operation and management having worked with Pan American World
Airways, Bahamasair and Nassau Flight Services over the last 30 years. In
addition Mr. Grant is the past immediate president of The Airport Operators
Association.

As a seasoned administrator, Mr. Grant will play a vital role in the transformation
and expansion of the company's business throughout The Bahamas, as we
seek to position ourselves to complete effectively in the brave new world of
security services.



SSecurity Services (Bahamas) Limited


PAG E 8B, TH URSDAY, JAN UARY 19, 2006


THE TRIBUNE


I









THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2006, PAGENESS


Royal Oasis insurance settlement seems 'near'


FROM page 1B
would enable it to recover some
$60-$70 million it had loaned to
Driftwood Freeport, the resort's
ultimate holding company, to
upgrade the Royal Oasis.
The high price sought was said
to be discouraging buyers, but
any receipt of insurance pro-
ceeds might encourage Lehman
Brothers to lower its expecta-
tions on the $60-$70 million fig-
ure.
However, Mr Wilchcombe
said yesterday: "There are inter-
ested parties and we are contin-
uing discussions with them. I
think Lehman Brothers' broker
is also talking with some inter-
ested parties as well."
The Tribune had previously
been informed that there were
two serious buyers currently at
the table for the Royal Oasis,
although their identities have
not been revealed.


Describing the Royal Oasis as
a "symbol" for Freeport and
Grand Bahama's hotel industry,
given its "long history" as the
King's Inn and Princess, Mr
Wilchcombe said it was "a pri-
ority area" for the Government,
which had invested time and
resources in its efforts to find a
solution.
"We have to, as best we can,
get that property up and run-
ning," the Minister said. "We
don't have enough hotel rooms"'
[in Grand Bahama].
He added that the Govern-
ment was seeking to attract a
buyer for the Royal Oasis with
the "wherewithal and the brand
name" to not only reopen the
resort and its room inventory,
but attract new business and
extra tourists to Grand Bahama.
Prime Minister Perry Christie
last November said a sale of the
Royal Oasis had not been
achieved because potential buy-


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NOTICE



ESTATE OF MARION MADILL


Notice is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands against the above-named
estate are requested to send the same duly certified
to the undersigned on or before the 10th day of
February, 2006, and notice is hereby also given
that at the expiration of the time mentioned above,
the assets of the late Marion Madill will be
distributed amongst the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims of which the
Personal Representative shall then have had
notice.



CASH, FOUNTAIN
Chambers
P.O. Box N-476
Armstrong Street

Attorneys for the Personal Representative


ers had submitted offers $10-$15
million below the asking price, a
gap that was "difficult to
bridge".
This newspaper had previous-
ly revealed that, through the
mortgage it holds over the Roy-
al Oasis, which.was the collat-
eral for its financing of Drift-
wood (Freeport's) purchase of
the property, Lehman Brothers
had effectively positioned itself
as owner and chief (preferred)
creditor. In addition, it also owns


a substantial stake in Driftwood,
the Royal Oasis operator.
It is understood that Lehman
Brothers' initial strategy was to
turn the Royal Oasis around and
then flip it to another buyer for
profit. But when that business
plan looked to be failing, and
Driftwood (Freeport) ran into
financial trouble, the owners
instead looked to pocket the
insurance monies from the hur-
riicane damage claim and sell the
property.


LEGAL NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION

International Business Companies Act
.(No. 45 of 2000)

FALMAR TRADING LIMITED


Notice is hereby given that in accordance with
Section 138 (8) of the International Business Companies
Act, No. 45 of 2000, the Dissolution FALMAR
TRADING LIMITED, has been completed, a
Certificate of Dissolution has been issued and the
Company has therefore been struck off the Register.
The date of completion of dissolution was the 21st day
of December, 2005.


ADOLFO SAURI
Liquidator




Private Bank Requires an Accounting Officer










Exuma-Based Developer
seeking qualified professionals for the
following positions:


1) Financial Construction Manager/Quantity
Surveyor a quantity surveyor or equivalent
with duties including estimating new projects,
financial control and management of current and
future projects; valuing change orders, assessing
contracts, materials procurement, etc.

2) Architect/Draftsman an in-house licensed
architect or draftsman with duties to include
contract management, AUTCAD drawings and
variations, site inspections and construction
coordination and supervision.

Attractive remunerations package, accommodations
and transportation provided.

Please fax your cover tlter and resume in
confidence to fax : ,(242) 327-1569







"Trach Afe. O lan, Thy Way" ..Palm 119:33

TEACHING VACANCIES

Temple Christian High School
Shirley Street
Invites applications from qualified Christian teachers for the
following positions for the 2006-2007 school year:
Health Science (Gr. 7-9)
Agriculture (Gr. 7-9)
Religious Knowledge/ Bible (Gr. 7-9)
Applicants must:
A. Be a practicing born-again Christian who is willing to
subscribe to the Statement of Faith of Temple Christian
School.
B. Have a Bachelor's degree in Education or higher from
a recognized College or University in the area of
specialization.
C. Have a valid Teacher's Certificate or Diploma.
D. Have at least two years teaching experience in the
relevant subject area with excellent communication
skills.
E. Applicants must have the ability to prepare students
for all examinations to the BJC/BGCSE levels.
F. Be willing to participate in the high school's extra
curricular programmes.
Application must be picked up at the High School Office on
Shirley and be returned immediatley with a full curriculum vitae,
recent coloured photograph and three references to:
Mr. Neil Hamilton
The Principal
Temple Christian High School
P.O.Box N-1566
Nassau, Bahamas


-GN 5

,> OFFICE OF THE JUDICIARY



The Magistrate Court No. 7, (Coroner's
Court) previously located in the Rodney
Bain Building has been relocated to
Magistrate Court No. 6, Parliament Street
effective Monday, 9th January, 2006 until
further notice.



LEGAL NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION

International Business Companies Act
(No. 45 of 2000)

In Voluntary Liquidation


Notice is hereby given that in accordance with
Section 138 (8) of the International Business Companies
Act, No. 45 of 2000, the Dissolution of ALMAY
CORPORATION INC., has been completed, a
Certificate of Dissolution has been issued and the
Company has therefore been struck off the Register
The date of completion of dissolution was the 23rd day
of December, 2005.


SURPLUS INTERNATIONAL L a
Liquidator S
Represented by its Sole Director, _
Itzkra M. de Trnte /




NOTICE



ESTATE OF HILDE M. AUFOCHS a.k.a
HILDE MARIANNE AUFOCHS

Notice is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands.against the above-
named Estate are requested to send the same
duly certified to the undersigned on or before
Friday the 10th day of February, 2006, and
notice is hereby also given that at the expiration
of the time mentioned above, the assets of the
late Hilde M. Aufochs a.k.a Hilde Marianne
Aufochs will be distributed amongst the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to
the claims of which the Personal
Representative shall then have had notice.


CASH, FOUNTAIN
Chambers
Armstrong Street
Nassau, The Bahamas

Attorneys for the Personal Representative.


ENTRANCE

EXAMINATIONS


The Entrance Examinations for all
Anglican Schools will take place
on Saturday, February 4, 2006 at
9:00 a.m.


The examinations will take place at
the various Schools and Application
Forms can be collected at the
respective Schools and returned
no later than Wednesday, February
1, 2006 along with the Application
Fee of $25.00.


POSITION AVAILABLE

AIR AMBULANCE SERVICES LTD.

The premier emergency air ambulance in The
Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Turks & Caicos
& South Florida.

Requires: Full Time/Part Time Registered Nurses
& Paramedics.

Qualifications:
i) Must have at least three years experience
ii) Significant postgraduate experience i.e. critical
care
iii) Competent in procedural skills i.e.

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b) emergency Management of Trauma
c) IV Insertion
d) Interpretation of ECG & Defibrillator

iv) Excellent Communication Skills

Attractive Compensation Package

Please send resume to:

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Fax: 242-362-0274
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2006, PAGE 9LB


. THE TRIBUNE








F'AG lOB THUSDA, JAUARY19, 006TRIBNEOSORT
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High hopes for the




Valentine's Regatta


* ~-


0 SAILING
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
SAILORS no longer have
to wait until February to sign
up for the annual Valentine's
Day Regatta, thanks to
founder Eleazor Johnson.
Johnson announced plans
for the 19th annual regatta
yesterday, informing skippers
that this year's races will be
better than the previous ones.
The annual Valentine's Day
Regatta, dubbed "Catch Me
If You Can," will be held on
February 18-19, at the Mon-
tagu Fort Shores.
According to Johnson, the
two event will be fun-filled,
with activities for both the
skippers and their families, but
that space is limited.


He said: "This is the first
announcement for the annual
Valentine's Day Regatta, but
this announcement is coming
pretty late because skippers
have already signed their
boats up.

Skippers

"We are expecting a big
regatta by the looks of the
persons who have already
signed up. The skippers are
telling me that they are look-
ing forward to the regatta."
The annual regatta will host
races in all classes, A-C. The
newly introduced optimist sail-
ing for junior sailors will also
be held on this day.
There will be a total of sev-
en races held on the opening


day, three in the optimist sail-
ing class and four in the C-
class.
The A and B classes will sail
on Sunday, with the B-class
taking to the water first.
Johnson added: "The
demand in this regatta is great,
I encourage all boat skippers
who are interested to quickly
come and sign-up for the
races.
"We already have six boats
signed-up, so the more boats
we have coming in the better
regatta will be.
"We just want the regatta
to be something to remember
so we encourage all the skip-
pers to come on and sign-up."
Entry deadline for the
regatta is set for the end of
the month.


BSC prepares for annual



Family Fun Run/Walk


THE Baptist Sports Council
has announced that its sixth
annual Family Fun Run/Walk
Road Race will take place on
Saturday, January 28, starting
at 7am from the Charles W.
Saunders High School, Jean
Street.
BSC chairman Brent Stubbs
said the road race will take on a
new format this year with the
staging of a Health Fitness
Expo that will follow immedi-
ately after the race is completed
on the school's campus.
"While the participants eager-
ly await the results to be tallied,
we hope to put on the Health
Fitness Expo where experts in
the health professional field will
be on hand to share their exper-
tise," Stubbs noted.
"Participants will be able to
ask questions and hopefully find
answers to some of problems
they encounter. But it will also
be a chance for them to learn
more about healthy lifestyles."

Expo
The health fitness expo will
be headed by Bob Brown, one
of the country's top power-
lifters.
Brown has indicated that
there will also be members of
the various fitness clubs on
hand, providing some insight to
assist those persons who might
want to become physically
inclined by getting involved in
physical training.
The race, as usual, will com-
prise of two aspects, a 4.2 mile
run and a 2-mile walk.
The run will start from the
Charles W. Saunders High
School and travel south to
Prince Charles Drive, east to
Fox Hill Road, north to
Bernard Road and west back
to Jean Street.
The walk will travel from the
opposite direction, leaving from
the Charles W. Saunders and
travel north to Bernard Road,
west to Village Road, south to
Prince Charles Drive and east
back to Jean Street.
"We expect to have a large
field of competitors from the
distance running fraternity,
including brothers Oneil and


Jason Williams, Ashland and
Stephen Murray, Mackey
Williams and walker Philip
Moss," Stubbs reflected.
"They have been permanent
fixtures since the race got start-
ed six years ago.
"But this year, we are putting
more emphasis on the Church
membership because it's
firstly a Church organisational
race."
Churches are encouraged to
come out in large numbers. The
Church with the most finishers
will be recognized with an over-
all team trophy.
Trophies will also be pre-
sented to the first three finishers
in each category. An overall tro-
phy will also be presented to
the first male and female fin-
isher in.both the run and walk.
The categories to be contest-
ed include the 15-and-under,
19-arid-under, 30-and-under, 50-
and-under and over-50. There
will also be a division for the
pastors and ministers.
"This is the only race of this
kind and hence we are looking
forward to the full participation
from both the public and
Church," Stubbs added. "It's a
fun time for the two sectors to
come together."
The Bahamas Association of
Certified Officials will be on
hand to conduct the race, so
persons interested in partici-
pating are urged to be on time
as the race will kick off prompt-
ly, at 7am.
Entry fee for the event will
be $5 per person. Registration
will begin from 6am.
The race will officially kick
off the BSC's 2006 sporting cal-
endar.
Immediately following the
completion of the race, a meet-
ing will be held at 10am on the
campus for all Churches inter-
ested in participating in the bas-
ketball season. The basketball
season is scheduled to start on
Saturday, February 4.
Divisions for the basketball
season will comprise of the
men's, ladies, 19-and-under and
15-and-under. Entry fees for the
basketball season will be
$100.00 per team in each divi-
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* BASKETBALL
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
THERE is still no decision
as to whether or not Grand
Bahama will participate in this
year's Hugh Campbell Invita-
tional tournament.
Members of the Grand
Bahama Secondary Schools
Association (GBSSA) voiced
earlier that they would not be
participating in the annual invi-
tational for high school boys if
their demands were not met
by the Hugh Campbell Invita-
tional committee and a public
apology was not issued by
Alfred Forbes, tournament
scheduler.
A meeting was held on
Monday evening at the AF
Adderley School between
Wayne Smith, president of the
GBSSA, Ricardo Ferguson,
chairman of the tournament
and principal of the AF Adder-
ley School Drexwill Miller.
However, a final decision
was not made and Smith is
stating that his association will
not accept anything from the
committee unless it is in writ-
ing.
Smith, did reveal that the
demands and queries present-
ed by him on behalf of the
association are expected to be
answered on Thursday and
that a release will be given by
the GBSSA on Friday con-
cerning the matter.
Until then, Smith said he is
withholding all information
from the public.

Meeting
He said: "We had a good
meeting, we were able to pre-
sent some things to the com-
mittee, most of the concerns
presented will be addressed.
"A final decision will be
released to us (GBSSA) in
writing from the committee
and based on that decision we
will make our decision."
According to Ferguson, the
meeting between the two par-
ties involved was very produc-
tive. Ferguson believes that all
the issues were presented in a
professional manner and the
concerns of the Grand Bahama
based schools will not go on
deaf ears.
He said: "It was very
favourable, productive. Each
side voiced their opinion on
the matters at hand, also offer-
ing suggestions to improve the
overall tournament.
"We are still awaiting to
hear from Mr Smith. He was
supposed to touch bases with
his people and get back to us
and let us know what their
decision is.
"We don't know if they will
be coming or not, but from all
indications things are looking
favourable."
Smith came down on a one
day trip and is expecting to give
the final decision to the Hugh
Campbell committee as soon
as the schools under the
GBSSA issue their responses.
But Ferguson believes that
the outcome will be in favour
of the tournament and, like
previous years, the New Prov-
idence and Grand Bahama
rivalry will live on.
The Hugh Campbell tour-
nament which caters to high
school boys is dubbed the
national tournament in the
country. The tournament's tip-
off is set for the last week in
February.
A meeting between the two
parties is scheduled for
Friday at the AF Adderley
school.


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Knowles and

Nestor suffer

first round

exit at Open

* TENNIS
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
HOPES of advancing past
the first round of play in the
Australian Open were dashed
for Mark Knowles and Daniel
Nestor yesterday.
Knowles and Nestor lost
their opening game of the
tournament, in two straight
sets, to Dick Norman of Bel-
gium and American Vincent
Spadea 6-4 and 7-6.
After dropping the first set
to Norm an and Spadea,
Knowles and Nestor
regrouped to control the
opening points in the second
set, but the closing points in
this set was determined on
service.
The duo, who won the 2002
tournament, were the number
three seeds in the event.
(AP FILE Photo)


CaribS tame Cheetahs


with 79-71


* BASKETBALL
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
KIMBERLY ROLLE stepped on the
court on Tuesday night determined to
avenge the one point loss to the.Sun-
shine Auto Cheetahs earlier in the sea-
son.
Rolle, who plays for the College of
the Bahamas Caribs, took the weight of
her team on her shoulders, leading them
to a 79-71 victory.
Jumping to an early start, the Caribs
used the Cheetahs' game plan against
them, beating them at the fast break
game.
By the eighth minute maker, the
Caribs had jumped to a 5-0 lead, thanks
to a successful jumper by Rolle.
The Cheetahs had missed five
jumpers by this point and, without hesi-
tation, their head coach Mario Bowleg
quickly called for a time-out.
A new look was on the faces of the
Cheetahs when they returned on the
court and Brooke Smith fought off Rolle
for control of an offensive glass.
During the struggle, Rolle was called
for her first personal foul, sending Smith
to the line.
Both attempts were successful and the
Cheetahs were now on the board,
preparing to make a run to close the
lead.
The Cheetahs were able to pull them-
selves within three points before the


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avenge earlier defea


Caribs responded. Ending the shooting
drought for the Caribs was Christine Sin-
clair.
Although the Cheetahs was starting
to out hustle the Caribs, the Caribs
shooting game remained intact.
Rolle missed a turn-around jumper
but grabbed the rebound to net in two
more points.
With the help from Rolle, Sinclair and
Kavionne Newbold, the Caribs were able
to expand their lead to 12.

Leading
But the Cheetahs weren't about to lay
down, leading the run for them was
Shenique Samms, who had stepped up
from the number two guard position to
play the point guard's role. At this point
Bowleg had inserted Tarana Pyfrom to
help control the team's tempo.
Samms and Pyfrom were able to bring
their team within three points before the
closing of the first quarter.
Bowleg said: "We came out flat, COB
is a team that will always come out ready


to play and if you don't brin
game on that night they wil
alive.
"They will always give us t
Out of all the teams in the 1
match-up between us is always
they match-up with us better
other team.
"We knew this coming into
The last thing Kim told me b
break was my team might be
with a good record but they wi
ing after us."
The Cheetahs were hoping
the momentum over into th
quarter, but the Caribs had a
game plan.
After not scoring for more
minutes in the previous quarter
came out with hot hands and 1
Cheetahs were able to set up a
stands the team had already
their three point lead.
The Cheetahs were scorele
first three minutes of the second
and the consent changes in the
their head coach wasn't helping
By the end of this quarter t


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had outscored the Cheetahs 23-8.
S The opening minutes of the third quar-
) ter belonged to the Caribs and, with a
demanding lead, the Caribs inserted
t feet wet.
Rolle said: "That was a big win for us.
We lost to them by one point before we
broke for the Christmas a game we
really thought we should have won.
ig your A "But. this particular game we wanted
1 eat you to come out with a bang, trying to start
the second half of play really strong, on
:heir best. a good note.
league the "We were pleased with the game and
's intense, how it played out. When you looked at
than any our rebounding and how it played out,
we were able to help each other out on
the game. defence.
before the "Generally we had a lot of good looks
going out and that was the key, we were able to get
ll be com- out in transition a little."
Rolle ended the game with a high of 29
g to carry points, one assist, one block and eight
Le second rebounds. Chipping in was Sinclair with
different 16 points, seven rebounds, eight assists
and four steals.
than two For the Cheetahs, Samms ended the
the team game with 27 points, seven rebounds,
before the three assists and steals. Teammate Linda
defensive Pierre had 16 points, 13 rebounds and
build on one block.
The Caribs will look to continue with
ss for the their winning streak tonight when they
id quarter, take on the Johnson Lady Truckers and
line-up by on Saturday against league leaders the
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SECTION


Sermons, Church Activities, Awards


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'The church works hand





in hand to bring legality





to all nationalities'


N By YOLANDA
DELEVEAUX
Tribune Feature Editor
With a popu-
lation of
300,000 and
neighbour
to a country
weighted down by poverty, vio-
lence and economic division,
the Bahamas Government con-
tinues in its struggle to formu-
late.a reasonable response to
a growing illegal immigrant
population.
"Mirroring this uncertainty
and lacking a concise and con-
sidered course of action itself,
the Church in the Bahamas
also faces a difficult choice as it
seeks to fulfill it mandate to
meet the needs of the lost,
whether legal citizens of the
Bahamas or not, while obey-
ing the laws of the country.
The International Morititfl
Fund, in a recent country


report, estimated that the ille-
gal immigrant population in the
Bahamas was between 30,000
to 60,000 persons, with a sig-
nificant percentage of that
number believed to be Hait-
ian.
So what should the church's
response be to this population?
Should pastors question their
members to ensure that they
are legal residents of the
Bahamas? Does the Christian
community in the Bahamas
have a responsibility to reach
out to this population and try
to meet,their spiritual, social
and economic needs? Should
the church try to gain legal sta-
tus for those member/follow-
ers that are in the Bahamas ille-
gally?
President of the Christian
Council and president of the
Bahamas National Baptist Mis-
sionary and Educational Con-
vention Reverend William
Thompson, said the church's


m N
N REV WILLIAM
THOMPSON


doors are open to all although
there are no specific pro-
grammes geared toward the
country's illegal immigrant
population. He said however,
that once they find out that a
person seeking help from their


church or who is attending
their services is not in the
Bahamas legally, the response
is always "to help them to go
on the right course back
home".
He said that those individu-
als who have work permits or
who have permanent residency
status or who are in the process
of getting their paper work
straight, "we would help them
- we would direct them to the
right thing to do.
"If they come to our church -
if a Cuban, Jamaican or Amer-
ican comes, the church is oblig-
ated to help, we can't turn
them away whether they are
legal or not legal. We would
direct them to the right path
that they should take. The
church works hand in hand to
bring legality to all nationali-
ties," he said.
The church must, however,
continue in its mission to min-
ister to all those in need, he


said.
"I want to make it clear that
any person living in the
Bahamas no matter what
their nationality the church
has always responded to their
needs on a daily basis, espe-
cially the churches in the areas
where [illegal immigrants] are.
The churches see to that, but
the church can't get involved
in promoting illegal immi-
grants. I would ask him or her
to go through the process of
what needs to be done and if
not then go back to their coun-
try and if the powers that be
decide they should not be here
then we would ask them to go
home and try to get straight
and then come back."
Rev Thompson said that as
compassionate as the church
is, the church in the Bahamas
cannot alone deal with the ille-

SEE page 7C


* By FATHER JA
MOULTRIE
Nathaniel said t
anything good c
Nazareth?" Philip
"Come and see"

SOME people i
very hard to prea
just sit in their p
expression on the
their posture'seem
preacher: "Preach
get hold of my atte
can!" Are there al
ple.here at St Mat
sure there are a f
pay us preachers
of appearing to
Many people to
preach are diffic
And this is not n
lbd thing. In fact,
good thing, because
comes easily may
easily.
The first hearers
the Gospel were
Jesus had a toug
them, as did His di
Philip when he b
low Jesus. In his en
reached out to N
declared that he h
Messiah, the Oi
Moses and the I
.Prqophets had spok
Jesus, son of
Na7areth. Natha:
impressed even
knew and understood
tarfent prophes
coming of the Me
Nathaniel's resp
ultimate insult, "
good come out of
Notice that Phil
effort to answer
question. He kne'
not a real question
down. He knew th
was from Cana
which was near N
there was an int
between the two
today Cana of Ga
that it was/is a m
cated town, more
more advanced.


AMES Nathaniel's question was
actually an ignorant statement,
a claim of superiority. Philip
o him, "Can must have been tempted to
ome out of argue with Nathaniel who had
said to him, introduced the argument with a
provocative statement.
(John 1:46) Nathaniel was arguing for the
prosecution, Philip for the
n church are defense. But Philip chose not to
ich to. They go the way of a debate. He con-
ews and the cluded that such a silly state-
eir face and ment was not worthy of a
is to dare the debate, and he would not have
i to me, and been able to convince
mention, if you Nathaniel otherwise anyway,
ny such peo- so what was the point?
thew's? I am Philip decided to go the
ew, but they route of a dialogue instead. He
the courtesy talked with Nathaniel and gen-
' follow us. tly invited him to "come and
o whom we see". He chose invitation over
ult to reach. argumentation. Our culture is
necessarily a preoccupied with arguments.
, it may be a These may be of a legal nature,
;e a faith that but often they have to do with
leave just as interpersonal and inter-group
conflicts that take on the nature
Sof Jesus and of court cases in which all par-
no different, ties lose.
h time with The church sometimes gets
disciples. Take caught in this kind of useless
iegan to fol- debate, but we need to under-
nthusiasm he stand how we can break out of
athaniel and confrontation and into a dia-
ad found the logue that is compatible with,
ne of whom and advances the cause of the
.aw and the Gospel. That is the approach
:en and it was Philip used, and is an approach
Joseph of which we must consider. Some-
niel was not times, we Christians have to do
though he that instead of arguing with
ood Old Tes- non-believers. So the next time
y about the you are confronted with a
ssiah. Jehovah's Witness or any chal-
ionse was the lenge to your faith, try the
Can anything model Philip used: Try invita-
SNazareth?" tion, not argumentation.
ip made no Amazingly, Nathaniel
Sthe stupid accepted the invitation. What
w that it was did he have to lose, he proba-
n, but a put- bly thought! He came, he saw
iat Nathaniel Jesus, and was soon in dialogue
of Galilee, with Him. Interestingly
fazareth, and enough, Jesus knew something
ense rivalry about Nathaniel. Jesus had
towns. Even observed him and was able to
lilee believes relate to him and his prejudices


ore sophisti-
modern and


SEE page 6C


"Let the elders that rule be counted worthy
of double honour, especially they who labour
in the word and doctrines."
I Timothy 5:17

THE Church of God of Prophecy at
Englerston will be celebrating the 35th min-
isterial anniversary of senior pastor and dis-
trict overseer, bishop Rudolph Bowe, with
five days of worship, fellowship and a number
of other festivities, including a gala banquet,
the church's coordinating committee
announced earlier this week.
Associate pastor Timothy Johnson,
explained that the ministerial leadership and
members of the Church of God of Prophecy
at Englerston saw it fit to pay tribute to Bish-
op Bowe, whose ministerial efforts have
impacted persons throughout the length and
breadth of the Bahamas. Bishop Bowe has
given stellar service to the Church of God of
Prophecy at the local, national and interna-
tional levels.
Committee coordinator Sister Willamae
Bridgewater said the highlight of the cele-
brations will be a grand testimonial banquet,
held on Saturday, January 28, at the Sandals
Royal Bahamian Resort, Cable Beach.
Sister Roselyn Curry, a member of the
committee, said the celebration will begin
on Wednesday, January 25 at the Church in
Englerston. Bishop Nelson Ferguson, long
time friend and fellow colleague in the min-
istry, will be the key note speaker for the
opening night.
On Thursday, the church's drama club will
salute the ministry of Bishop Bowe and Rev-


Highlight of Church

of God of Prophecy

celebrations will be

a 'grand testimonial

banquet' at Sandals

erend TG Morrisson, pastor of Zion Baptist
Church, will be the special guest speaker.
Musical tributes from the Tabernacle Concert
Choir, Englerston Youth Choir and Truth
Generation will also laud this mighty warrior.
A musical extravaganza and talent explo-
sion will take place on Friday night at the
Englerston church. Members of the public
service, Annex Baptist, Mt Moriah, Meadow
Street and Balliou Hill Road choirs have all
tuned their voices and are ready to bless the
hearts of those in attendance will special
musical tributes. Persons attending this spe-
cial service can expect to hear good ole fash-
ion gospel ahd country music. Youth Aflame
and the Gospel Train will also make a special
appearance.
Excited about the Sunday Service to salute
Bishop Bowe, Sister Joycelyn Simms, said
the senior pastor has worked as a Sunday
school teacher, youth (VLB) leader, Assem-
bly Band Movement (ABM) secretary, and is

SEE page 2C


DR MYLES MUNROE


Men


'serve


as the


foundation


of human


society'

N By YOLANDA
DELEVEAUX
Tribune Feature Editor
DR MYLES MUNROE,
founder, president and senior
pastor of Bahamas Faith Min-
istries International (BFMI), is
expected to head a contingent
from BFMI's Real Men's Min-
istry, that will travel to
Freeport, Grand Bahama to
host the first 'Real Men Explo-
sion 2006', Saturday, January
21.
"It is our ministry's belief
that males, according to God's
design and this was established
from the beginning, serve as
the foundation of human soci-
ety, as evidenced by the fact
that the male was created first,"
said Dr Munroe. "God laid the
foundation for family, home,
community and nation to be
the male and therefore the
male is responsible for setting
the environment, the security,
carrying the weight for any
society and also being respon-
sible for the building of strong
families, strong homes and cre-
ating a protective environment
for females and children."
The 'Real Men Explosion
2006', which will take the form
of a breakfast fellowship at
Charter House on East Sun-
rise, is expected to bring
together some 200 men from
the nation's second city, with
about 30 flying down with Dr
Munroe for the gathering. The
national outreach effort is
BFMI'sfirst for the year and its
first in Freeport.
According to Dr Munroe, he
and the members of his team
have a clear and strategic intent
for hosting the event. He said
the objective of the explosion
is to create a forum for men to
be comfortable with men, and
to create an environment for
men to be open to share their
concerns with other men. A
third objective of the outreach
effort is to provide a safe envi-
ronment for nen to seek help,
and to enter into fellowship
and friendship with other men.
Despite their biblical and his-
torical position as the founda-
tion for the
familyy, home, community
and nation, Dr Munroe said,
where men are feeling dis-
placed, confused, or are in
crises, then the entire society
is negatively impacted and its
forward positive movement is
put into jeopardy.
Real Men Explosion 2006
will provide an opportunity, a
platform however, where
Bahamian men will be encour-
aged to continue to perform
their roles in society as hus-
bands, fathers, brothers and
community leaders. The men
will also be urged to consider
their responsibility for men-
toring young boys and other

SEE page 2C


The Tribune


'It's our Christian

duty to follow Christ

and invite others

to do the same'


COMMITTEE MEMBERS Seated from left: Joycelyn Simms, Roslyn Curry,
Associate Pastor Timothy Johnson and Minister Willamae Bridgewater


Celebrating Bishop R Bowe's

35th ministerial anniversary


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The challenge of excellence
Th al: '^r


* By CLEMENT JOHNSON

Last week in our article
entitled 'A feast of light
and hope' it ended with
the call for the church to
be a light into a world that
is riddled with confusion and fear. It
also stated that the church must always
point a way that is illuminated by light
and rooted in hope. We realise that in
order for the Church to continue to do
this its purpose must be to spread the
good news of Jesus the Christ.
Medium

The medium in which this is explored
has to meet the daily needs of its fol-
lowers. The Church then has the
responsibility to invite its members to
pursue the coastline of excellence at all
time. This pursuit is one with many chal-
lenges, because we live in a world where
excellence has been displaced with
mediocrity. I found it rather strange the
other day when I went into a pharmacy
to fill a prescription, and the attendant,
who claimed to be a Christian, was


extremely rude and indifferent. Chris-
tians are called not only to live Christ-
like lives, but to be Christ.
Christian

The Christian is called to be the visi-
ble reflection of God on earth. The
Church was established by God to be
his representative here on earth. Chris-
tians are invited to be a part of that vis-
ible expression of God. This responsi-
bility is unique only to followers of
Christ, because unlike other religions
in the world, Christianity is rooted not
only in the teachings of one man, but
has its origin from the life of one man,
namely Jesus Christ.
Therefore a life of excellence is para-
mount for the Christian and the Chris-
tian Church, because it is not repre-
senting itself, nor carrying out its own
agenda, but that of Christ. In the New
Testament there are numerous refer-
ences to this fact. "And I will show a still
more excellent way" (1 Corinthians
12:31) "Approve what is excellent"
(Philippians 1:10) we are called to excel-
lence. It is a Christian virtue to aspire to


excel in goodness. Excellence in Chris-
tian living is love; love for God and for
one another. When we as Christians set
this goal for ourselves, it challenges spir-
itual mediocrity and points us beyond
restricted visions, satisfied achievement,
and small hearted living.
One writer terms it as such; "Christian
excellence is a reflection of God's
Grace" So next time when we as Chris-
tians feel we can not do the man's work,
or we are rude on the job, beat on the
spouse and children or be involved in
any thing that is contrary to the teach-
ings of Christ, we must remember, by
your fruits ye shall know them. The
eyes of the unbeliever, as well as the
believer, are on those marked with the
sign of Christ. There are many people
who are waiting to see the Christian fail
or not live up to a life of excellence.

Spirit

The fruits of the Spirit are the result
of the nurture of God's presence of
God's grace in human life. Grace makes
life gracious. St Paul said: "The fruit of
the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience,


kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gen-
tleness, self-control; against such there
is no law." (Galatians 5:22-23).

Love

We are led to the 'more excellent
way' of love (I Corinthians 12:31). Paul's
depiction of love is not simply the result
of the apostle's ruminations about the
word love or possible ways in which this
quality may be expressed, I Corinthi-
ans 13 is a meditation on the cross. It is
an effort to describe the love of God
in Jesus Christ, and what, consequently,
it should mean in Christian living. Per-
haps this is most clear in the central
passage, "Love bears all things, believes
all things, hopes all things, endures all
things, Love never ends". (1 Corinthians
13-8a).
This is the excellence of God in
Christ. As Christian we are called to
excellence. We are called to bear and
believe and hope and endure with
Christ. So we are all called to share in
this mystery of Christ, so that the world
may know we are disciples of Christ,
not by our words, but by our actions.


SMEMlBERS of BFNI's Real Men's Ministr):
Front row from left Pastor Richard Pinder.
John Laramore, president of the Real Men's
Ministry Paul Willie. former cabinet minister
Zhivago Laing. Senior Pastor of BFMI NI les
Munroe and Bryant Bethell. Second ron from
left: Brent Lloyd. Dr Kendal Major. %,ayne
Rolle. Kersch Darville and Carl Alburn.

(Photo: I alentino Bethell)


men in a move to break the
cycle of the frustrated, under-
achieving male.
Startling statistics, he noted,
bear out the fact that more
attention needs to be paid to
the men and boys in Bahamian
society; 85 per cent of prisoners


are males, and over 65 per cent
of the men in prison are under
the age of 25. Also, some 85
per cent of applicants to the
College of the Bahamas are
female.
According to Dr Munroe,
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academic development beyond
high school, with the result
revealing itself in a society
where women are more edu-
cated than men. He noted fur-
ther that as these students get
older and look to get married,
the difference in education -
and possibly income is likely
to cause stress in the relation-
ship lead to serious conflict
in a marriage and an increase
in divorce all of which ulti-
mately impacts the security of
children and has the potential
for breeding more frustrated
young boys and continuing the
cycle of destruction of and
downward spiral for the
Bahamian male.
Faced with this situation, Dr
Munroe said, ministry mem-
bers in their outreach efforts
to Freeport, will focus on the
concept that males in Bahami-
an society serve as the founda-
tion of their homes: "When
building a house the founda-
tion is laid first and the weight
rests on the foundation. The
foundation determines the
security of the house so if the
foundation is defective then the
whole house is in trouble if
we destroy the male, then the
whole society is destroyed."
President of BFMI's Real
Men's Ministry Paul Willie said
that in hosting 'Real Men
Explosion 2006', his ministry is
looking to expand its territory,
with their goal and mission to
build chapters across the


Bahamas in an effort to
empower the men of the coun-
try. "There are all sorts of
things for women, but men
don't have friends as such, so
we're trying to put this togeth-
er. This is our first outreach on
a Family Island and we're look-
ing for an exciting crowd, not
only religious men but guys
who are not believers in Christ
- husbands, fathers and sons."
Said Mr Willie, in explaining
why the outreach effort was so
important, "Most men go into
their little cocoon, their
cave...men are like this a man
who is going through a prob-
lem goes into a shell, he doesn't
talk, he only talks to someone
he can trust.
Ministry

"Out of the men's ministry
we're trying to build relation-
ships like a big brother if I
have someone in my men's
group that I am close to I can
call 'look Valentino I need
you to pray with me' where I
can have some kind of spiritu-
al guidance most men don't
have that they go towards the
gangs there is no one to sit
down and listen to them," said
the ministry's president.
Focusing more of their atten-
tion on men of the Bahamas in
2006, Dr Munroe said that the
Freeport meeting is just one of
many and that they hope to
go to Freeport more than once,


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then on to other islands, such
as Abaco and Long Island. The
men's ministry also plans to
have a major men's event in
Nassau, do more work in the
prison and hopes to adopt a
number of schools: "That's our
passion and we're pleased to
be able to serve the communi-
ty this way."
According to Dr Munroe, in
2005 BFMI hosted a number
of activities for men. They were
the first body of believers to
have a live feed from their
church service to the prison.
The Real Men's Ministry also
held a men's day that received
an awesome'response, with
some 1800 persons mostly
men attending the celebra-
tion.
Dr Munroe said that he'd
like for all the men in Freeport
to make plans to attend the
breakfast meeting. "I hope the
schools encourage boys to
attend, that professionals
attend we're looking forward
to establishing long term rela-
tionships with men, the civic
organizations, the churches to
provide healthy relationships
for men in Freeport."
BFMI's Real Men's Ministry
was founded by Dr Myles
Munroe some 15 years ago,
and was established as a min-
istry for men to empower men,
said Mr Willie. The ministry
meets every 3rd Saturday at
Chez Willie restaurant for
breakfast.


* By ALLISON MILLER

"For out of the abun-
dance of the heart the
mouth speaketh."
Matthew 12:34

HOW is it that our
mouths get us into trouble?
Well.....that's because of
the things that we have in
our hearts.
We are like sponges, we
suck up everything that is
negative, but we can't
encourage others or our-
selves with negative
thoughts that manifest
themselves as words. The
bible declares that life and
death are in the power of
the tongue. If we think neg-
ative thoughts we will say,
negative words.
What is in you will come
out. If righteousness is in
you then that's what will.
come out. If unrighteous-4
ness resides on the inside
that is what will come out
on the outside. Those neg-
ative and impure thoughts,
and feelings that we allow,:
to reside within our hearts
and minds, the devil. wi
run with them. Very few.,
people know how to hold.
their tongues. We have, to-
take inventory of ourselves.t
so that we can be aware of
our disposition.

Situation

I experienced a situation.,
that could have resulted in.
a lot of damage. Why? Sim-'
ply because my thouigits
were not pure towards; the'
situation and the persons '*
that were involved.: After
clarity came I apolkgised:
and was very displeased.'
with myself because I'left
room for the devil'to work.";
We have to renew odir'
minds everyday or we will'"
find ourselves in places that
are wrong and misleading.
When you speak with a
person you will learn wht
their mindset is and' wlit
their love is. In Matthew
12:34, Jesus explained tiha
you can not have an evi
mind and speak pure
words. What is in you will'
come out.
I'm not talking about the
occasional bad day that
happens and we are off
no not that.
I'm talking about the
individual that only has'-
negative things to say all of,
the time. They see and":,
speak death which is of no'
profit to anyone. In a case;
where you have little-
resources to work with and'
a big job to do, you see a:
glass half full, they see it as:
half empty, so it's best to"
get someone'else to help"
because that person wil*
only make the situation
worse.
I know it is not always
easy to have faith when i
seems hopeless, but actu
ally that would the perfect
time to put your faith int
practice. That's why it i
important that we are pure
and clean on the inside s
that life can come fort
from us.
You know the famous'
saying, "Junk in, junk out.
On the flip side, "Life in
life out". If we fill ourselves
with perverse, lewd an
unrighteous things, their,

SEE page 6C


ALLISON MILLER



'The



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FROM page 1C


PAGE 2C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2006


Celebrating


Bishop Bowe's.,


35th ministerial,


anniversary

FROM page 1C th, longest serving pastor, dis-
trict overseer and inaugural
director of the Englerston Youth Aflame.
"It's going to be a Youth Aflame Homecoming andall for-
iner members of th(;-group are asked to be at the Englerston
Church fully regaled in their Navy apparel," Sister Simms
said, adding thatshe could hardly wait to sing songs made
famous by the Youth Aflame, like "Remind Me Dear Lord",
"Home Sick For Heaven" and "Going Home".
General presbyter of the Church of God of Prophecy
Bishop Brice Thompson will be the special guest speaker for
the final night: "This is our way ofsaying "Thank You" to
our senior pastor and this servant leader," the committee
said.
Persons interested in attending the banquet or any of the
special services are advised to contact members of the cele-
bration committee.


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2006, PAGE 3C


THE TRIBUNE


REI GION


'Seeing Jesus again'


* By FATHER HENRY
CHARLES

ture of Chris-
tianity, which
makes it
unique among
the major world religions, is
that the revelation of God is
found primarily in a person.
In Judaism and Islam, while
Moses and Muhammad are
receivers of revelation, God is
not revealed in them as per-
sons, but in the words of the
Torah and the Qur'an.
So too with Buddhism: the
Buddha as a person is not the
revelation of God. Rather,
the Buddha's teachings reveal
the path to enlightenment
and compassion.
Revelation in a person does
not:of course make Christian-
ity superior, though it certain-
ly makes it different. It means
that Jesus is what can be seen
of God embodied in a human
life; His life discloses what
God is like and what God
cares about. And this we
know primarily through the
New Testament.
Biblical scholars today clar-
ify our knowledge of Jesus
with a distinction that has
become fairly common. They
speak of the "pre-Easter and
post-Easter Jesus." The pre-
Easter Jesus refers to the
Jesus before his death: the
mystic, healer, itinerant
preacher, wisdom teacher,
and social prophet, executed
by the Romans around 30
AD.
The post-Easter Jesus, on
the other hand, refers to what
Jesus became after his death,
the Jesus of Christian experi-
ence and tradition. Christian
experience means the experi-
ence of Jesus by his followers
as a living reality after his
death. Christian tradition
means the more explicit
understanding of Jesus by the
early Christian community
that began to take shape after
his. death.
This can already be seen in
the gospels and other writings
of the New Testament. The
gospels, we all know, are not
pure history. They represent
first and foremost witness or
testimony.
What the distinction does is
keep us from burdening Jesus
before Easter with too much
freight. If Jesus is just one
uniform presence, without
distinction, thus even before
Easter the Second Person of
the Trinity, full of divine
knowledge and power, and
fully conscious of this, hence
able to speak and act with
special authority and perform
spectacular deeds, the result
is immediately obvious.
The Incarnation loses much
of its point. You aren't deal-
ing with someone who's cred-
ibly human. Anyone who has
the knowledge and power of
God may look like us, but he
is not one of us.
When we emphasise Jesus'
divinity in this way at the
expense of the humanity, we
lose both divinity and human-


FR HENRY CHARLES

ity. If the qualities we admire
in Jesus, his compassion,
courage, wisdom, and healing
power were effects of his
divinity, they cease to be
humanly admirable.
In fact, they become rather
small. God should be able to
be much more! Even the
miraculous events, like the
feeding of the five thousand,
almost seem too small to be
attributed to God.
When we don't make the
distinction, something else
happens. Jesus becomes a fig-
ure of the past. He was on
earth for thirty-five years,
more or less.
After Easter he stayed a
while, then left for heaven.
He will come again at the end






















of time. Meanwhile, of
course, he's not here. We thus
lose any sense of what the
first witnesses meant when
they said: I have seen the
Lord. They referred to a spe-
cial form of presence. We lose
any sense, secondly, of how
they grew in understanding of
his significance.
This growing development
is already present, as I men-
tioned earlier, in the gospels.
After Easter, what you have,
in other words, is memory
plus reflection, history plus
interpretation.
All the gospels display this
combined character. Mark,
the earliest, was written
around the year 70, some 40
years after Easter. John is
probably the latest, most like-


PART ONE

ly written in the 90s.
Between Easter and John's
gospel, the tradition sur-
rounding Jesus grew and
developed. The post-Easter
Jesus, in other words, influ-
enced how the pre-Easter
Jesus came to be remem-
bered.
The gospels thus have two
voices. One is the voice of
Jesus, the other the voice of
the community, as they
remembered and saw him
within the changing context
of the decades after his death.
A dominant mode of their
interpretation is the
metaphorical. Who Jesus is
and what he is about are sug-
gested by a variety of rich
metaphors.
We should be careful not to
read the texts where such
metaphors dominate in a lit-
eralist way. The wider, richer
meanings are lost. A good
example of this is the second
chapter of John's gospel: the
wedding feast at Cana.
A literalist reading of the
chapter would emphasise the
spectacular character of
Jesus' intervention. If he
could change some 120 to 150
gallons of water into wine, he
must really be extraordinary.
Such power couldn't be just
human. Thus the miracle
underwrites Jesus' identity. It
provides proof of who he was.
A metaphorical reading
takes you in other directions.
In John, the wedding at Cana
is the opening scene in Jesus'
public ministry. It's John's
way of saying: this is what the
fuller significance of Jesus is
all about; and it begins in a
very evocative way: On the
third day there was a wed-
ding." The meaning of Jesus
is a wedding. The phrase "on
the third day also recalls
Easter at the very beginning
of his public life.
The wedding feast or wed-
ding banquet is full of power-
ful associations in the Bible
and in Christian tradition
generally. It recalls the mysti-
cal marriage of heaven and
earth, of God as lover and
humankind as the beloved.
On more earthly and earthy
levels, the wedding was the
most festive occasion in Jew-
ish peasant life. The celebra-
tion went on for days, with
dancing, merriment, and copi-
ous amounts of food and
drink; all in sharp contrast to
the basic peasant way of life
and diet.
Translated, John's
metaphor therefore says: This
is the story of Jesus: a cele-
bration of love, the union of
God and humankind; a wed-
ding banquet, where festivity
reigns, the wine never runs
out, and the best wine is
saved for last.
The metaphorical reading
has clear advantages over a
literal approach. You com-
pletely avoid issues like: did it
really happen, and are free to
explore other deeper mean-
ings and themes.


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Searching for a home


* By REV ANGELA
BOSFIELD
PALACIOUS

WE all know that the Holy
Family had a series of jour-
neys to make before settling
in Nazareth for a lengthy
period of time. Mary and
Joseph left Nazareth to go to
Bethlehem at the time of the
birth of Our Lord and Sav-
iour, Jesus Christ. Within a
two-year period, they had to
flee to Egypt to escape
Herod's mysterious plans.
Eventually, they returned to
Nazareth and made their
home there.
Until we arrive at that
heavenly home, we need to
have some place to lay our
head while on earth.
We had always lived in the
rectory attached to the parish
church, but we knew that we
had to find our own home


MEDITATION


REV A PALACIOUS

before we retired. How
important is having your own
home to you? What are the
advantages and disadvan-
tages of home ownership?
Long drives in the evening
with the whole family in the
car became fun-filled excur-


sions to look at property or
to gaze upon homes that def-
initely could never be ours.
Away from the phone, the
TV and Internet, we talked
about many things, evaluat-
ing our values, divulging
deepest dreams and finalis-
ing our finances. Mortified
by long mortgages, 1 had to
surrender to 'whatever is the
will of God,' although the
thought of being property-
free to preach around the
world did become more and
more appealing to me.
What does a house say
about who we are? What
does a home have to do with
the vicinity of a house? How
many rooms and for what
purposes? How much of a
priority is proximity to
friends, a garden and garage,

SEE page 6C


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leaning on the armI of her beloved?"

Song of Song 8:5


Topic:



TRUE SPIRITUAL AUTHORITY

"WHO HAS I'T AND

WHO DOESN'T -HAVE IT"


Thursday Jan. 19th 2005

Time: 7:30 p.m,


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Thi 1. a TTiunr Dad, Prc-,ent Trtllh
minister ion'in r! all [im c henl
there i a cl.,'bal llt ht a'..,, tromi
the eqtablishcd in-titutional
churches. bt\ 'niii,' who are
disturbed b, ,hat they see in
many of their churches, and are
seeking a more authentic
expression of their faith in Jesus
Christ.

These are they who hunger for a
deeper understanding of the
mysteries of the kingdom even
as they retain a simple faith and
childlike trust in God. They are
more concerned with seeking His
face, and not just His hand. They
seek to understand the paradoxes
of the Christian faith without
losing it, and are not afraid to ask
the hard questions.


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how to recognize a true move of
God from a counterfeit.

She defines the "new wineskins",
and is one of the emerging leaders
in teaching present truth and the
shifting paradigms in our
understanding of "church" Dr.
Thompson accepted Jesus Christ
as her personal Lord and Saviour
in 1982, and began to teach the
Word in 1985.. while remaining
herself a student of it. She has
taught in many churches,
women's groups and young adult
groups all over the Bahamas, the
Turks and Caicos islands and in
the USA.


Her chliallenc- I to mto e ilihe
IN'J CluII from j mnindJet of
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.,s .in -\p.'',-oill Te.~ hei r to the
body of Christ by Apostle Dr
Kluane Spake of Jubilee Freedom
in Christ out of Atlanta, Georgia
and a member of the International
Coalition of apostles. She is listed
as primary faculty of Vision
International University. Her
passion is "To know Him, and to
make Him known."

The Gatherings are held every 6
weeks at a location usually
announced in the local press and
by email. They are open to the
public and are free of charge, A
love offering is usually received.

A web site is currently being
developed.


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REIGO


'We must not replace the word





of God with bogus resolutions


* By SHANNON K DEAN
Anew year with new
resolutions to fulfill
when we haven't
accomplished half of
the ones that we
promised to in years passed can bring
about feelings of anxiety. We start the
year already feeling like a failure,
knowing what has happened in the
past. Year after year of unfulfilled res-
olutions will no doubt make new ones
seem unattainable.
I am certain that such guilt and con-
demnation is not God's will for our


lives. So why do we add such pres-
sure to ourselves? What is the reason
for setting standards that we know
are unreasonable? Why so many at
one time? What are we trying to
accomplish?
Pressured
For the most part, many of us make
new years resolutions simply because
we feel pressured to do so, not
because we are serious about making
changes in our lives. We don't want to
feel left out; we want to be able to
say that we have a plan. This is either


to make ourselves comfortable or to
appear to others that we are on
course.
What it all boils down to is that we
are lying to ourselves. I know the word
of God says that we are to speak those
things that be not as though they are,
but are we really speaking His will
over our lives when we make our list
of resolutions? Does it line up with
what we know His word says or is it
just our flesh making bogus assump-
tions? This is why half way through
the year when not one of the resolu-
tions has been accomplished we are
too timid to embark on the things that


may very well be what God had
planned for us to embark on from the
beginning.
Decided
Besides the many new year's reso-
lutions that we have decided to make,
what about those things that the Spir-
it has already spoken to us about over
and over? Like the ungodly life style
we lead. What about the bad habits
and the habitual sins. What about our
unequally yoked relationships? You
see, we must' not replace the word of
God with bogus resolutions.


We must remember that Proverbs.
19:21' says, "Many are the plans in a
man's heart, but it is the Lord's pur-
pose that prevails."'He knows the
plans He has for us. So if He knows,
that means the only thing we need to
do is draw closer to Him daily and
watch as He unveils those plans to us.
Forget about your many plans for this
year, the ones you may never accom-
plish anyway and plan to draw as close
to Him as you possibly can so you can
also know those plans He has fdr
you.
Shannonkdean@yahoo.coin


'It's our Christian




duty to follow Christ




and invite others




to do the same'


Sharing Our Stories:



Searching for a home


FROM page 3C

patio or porch, split level or
ranch, city or suburb?
Prejudices
All these things are prefer-
ences or prejudices, passion or
promise, but in the end what
will matter most, as one writer
has said, is not so much the cost
of the lamp but the books read,
not so much the antique nature
of the table but the fun at fam-
ily meals. How does the value
of something relate to its price?
Whether you rent or own
where you live, at what time is
your home filled with laughter
and love, with prayer and
praise?


In a world of refugees and
homeless people, what does a
home mean? Is it a place to
find love and loyalty, a place
to be accepted and affirmed?
As we drive past houses where
"home life" has been severely
endangered and diminished by
violence and addiction, infi-
delity and indifference, we
realise how beautiful some
houses are on the outside and
how painful it is to reside with-
in.
Architecture needs
ambiance, and atmosphere is
created by attitude. Whether
the goal is to be sociable or
secluded, the joy of the Lord,
the peace that passes under-
standing and the love that
knows no limits is the place I


want to be. What about you?
In the meantime, we kept
looking for a house to call
home, remembering the well-
known words that "home is
really in the heart," and if our
treasure is in heaven then that
is where our heart really ought
to be.
Search
Eventually, the search was
successful and we are as con-
tented here as in the rectory,
caring for the relationships that
we have, counting our bless-
ings, trying to serve the One
who described himself at the
beginning of his ministry as
One who had "no place to lay
his head."


FROM page 1C

against His hometown.Jesuis
had done His homework and
knew exactly how to deal with
Nathaniel. The dialogue was
an on-going one, for when
Jesus was finished with him,
Nathaniel followed Him.
Nathaniel is believed to be
Bartholomew in the Gospel of
Matthew.
Disciples of Christ today can
use the example of Philip in
converting others who may be
difficult or argumentative. It is
an approach to unbelievers
which is still effective. When
we meet difficult persons
whom we want to convert or
bring back to church, we can-
not be argumentative.
We like to put people on a
guilt trip. We say, "Where have
you been all this time? I don't.
know the last time you been to
church!" Some people will
interpret that as insulting. Peo-
ple don't come to church to be
made uncomfortable. They
come to seek peace and tran-
quility and to meet God, not
to face negative comments that
upset them. That turns people
off, and we wonder why some
people never come back!
My own style is to say, "It's
so good to see you. Welcome.
May you be blessed during
your time with us." We have
to exercise patience and tact.
We have to welcome skeptics
and pay close attention to them
and listen to what they have to
say. We should learn as much
as we can about them and from
them before we approach
them, and we have to listen to
them.
And we should be well
grounded in our own faith so
that when we are tested we can
defend our faith. We should
not attack people or defend
against them, but invite them to
take part in the life of our
church community. Let them
come and see for themselves,
like Nathaniel did. We can't be
a turn-off. You catch ants with
honey, not vinegar. And that
applies to clergy and people!
Like Philip did, we have to
invite them and not turn them
off by our harsh arguments.
Invite them to come and see
what is happening at St
Matthew's and don't be too
overbearing. This presuppos-
es, of course, that this faith
community is in fact express-
ing God's presence, however
incompletely.
The skeptics might ask, "Can
anything good come out of this
church? Can anything good
come out of the Pond?" We
each should be able to answer,
"Come and see". But we can
only do so if we are involved
and have something to show
our visitors. You can't invite
people to come and participate
and you are not participating
in any ministry yourself.
We-should be able to tell


* REV JAMES MOULTRIE
them: Come and take part in
our Bible Study each Tuesday
evening; come and see our Day
Care Center for the Aged;
come and experience holy wor-
ship with us; come and see our
social outreach programme;
come and enjoy one of our
choirs; come and see our youth
programmes; come and witness.
out spiritual discipline:; Come
and see our Christian Fellow-
ship and our Christian Forma-
tion programmes; come and
see what Christ is doing here,
etc. We can use a bumper stick-
er which says, "Follow me to
St Matthew's for exciting spir-
itual fellowship". A major
turnoff to new or returning vis-
itors is being too eager to give
them something to do right
away. They want to come and
see and then to decide for
themselves if they want to stay
and participate. In our eager-
ness to encourage them we
might discourage them and
they may never return.
It must be our claim by faith
that Christ is indeed at work
here, and that skeptical claims
are best answered, not by
counter-arguments, but by
appeal.to what Christ is doing
here. That includes what Christ
is doing in our world, our coun-
try, and our Parish. Contem-
porary parallels to the Gospel
accounts should be apparent in
all our lives, even if in different
forms. For example, the min-
istry of healing today may be
evident in our hospital ministry
as well as in our worship/heal-
ing services, but Christ is pre-
sent in both.
It is our Christian duty to fol-
low Christ and to invite others
to do the same. This is basic to
Philip's appeal to Nathaniel,
and it must be the model we
use. Evangelism, presenting the
good news and making disci-
ples of hearers, is not the offer
of a solid state one is in forever,
but an invitation to a journey.
The Christian life is a jour-
ney, a journey from earth to
heaven. Christianity is a jour-
ney, not a destination, and
many skeptics need to under-
stand that. We live in an instant
age: Instant coffee, instant grits,
instant breakfast, fast-food
chains, computers, the Inter-
net, etc. In our fast-paced world
we have come to expect instant
results. But the spiritual life is a
life-long journey, and is a con-
stant struggle.
Relationship with Christ is a
gradual process, not an instant


success story. For us Christians,
it means convincing the skep-
tics by invitation to "come and
see". We cannot determine the
outcome of their quest. That is"
not for us to do; God gives the
increase. So let us invite oth-
ers to our church, to partici-
pate in one of our ministries.
preferably the one in which we
are active ourselves, and then
leave the increase.to God:
Let us begin that ministry of
invitation and evangelism ear-
ly in this New Year so that
when we sit down to count out
blessings at the end of this year,
among them would be our
fruitfulness in the spread of the
Gospel and a significant
improvement in our numbers!
Our blessings must include
not just how successful we have
been personally or in monetary
terms or social standing, but
how many souls we introduce
to our church and to the King-
dom of Heaven. That is what
we call storing up treasures in
heaven, which will pay huge
dividends on the day of judg-
ment. What will you do now?




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FROM page 2C

that's what will come out:
of us. However, if we put
righteous, godly things,
within us that is what we,
will give others: and .our-
selves. Agreed or not on;
one wants to be around
negative people. They
keep you in a place of:
hopelessness and faith-
lessness. You can't serve
God in that disposition.
The word of God says,
".Without faith it is. impos-
sible to please God," a
position pleasing God -
which should be our goal.'
Having hope is having
faith and who better to
have that in than, God.
SWe must be pure and-
righteous at all times. We
can't afford to leave room
for the devil because het
will take any opportunity:,
that we give him.:.:,
Remember, what lives
on the inside will come
out on the outside.


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FROM page 1B

gal immigrant problem and can not,
will: not, go against the laws of the
lang.
In his Charge to the 105th session of
the Synod of the Diocese of the
Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos
Islands last year Archbishop Drexel
Gopez drew the Synod' attention to
the need to examine the impact of the
church on the wider society. He fur-
thei drew their attention to the three
metaphors employed by Jesus to
describe the manner in which he
expected his disciples to function in
the world: "I refer to Jesus' descrip-
tion of the disciples as; Salt of the
earth, light of the darkness, leaven in
the dough," he said.
Bishop Gomez reminded the Synod
that all believers, as disciples, are
meant to be agents of change working
for the transformation of society for
the improvement of the moral, social
and spiritual environment in which
they live and work. He said that they
must be very mindful of the fact that
this is, for the church, by the grace of
God, a work in progress.
Relations
In regard to Bahamian Haitian rela-
tions, Bishop Gomez said the issue of
the number of illegal immigrants in
the Bahamas, especially those from
Haiti, has been the topic of heated
debates for many years. He went on to


commend the valiant efforts of law
enforcement officials in stemming this
flow, even as he acknowledged the
tremendous challenge that they face in
doing so.
"It must be said from the outset that
the laws of the Bahamas must be
upheld by all in our country visitors
and citizens alike.
"Having said that, all enforcement
of the law has to consider the human
factor and the rights and dignity of all
concerned. Vigilanteism, the act of
citizens taking the law into their own
hands, must never happen in our
country. The law must be allowed to
take its own course."
Bishop Gomez went on to urge the
government to move as expeditiously
as possible to address the pressing
issues related to the challenges of ille-
gal migration, including shanty towns,
which are often created in violation of
the country's laws, as well as other
unsanitary, inhumane conditions
under which many live.
Also in his charge to the Synod,
Bishop Gomez suggested that the gov-.
ernment conduct a labour needs
assessment to determine the number
of non-Bahamians needed in the
workforce at present and in the near
future. He said that persons who are
needed, especially those 'documented
immigrants' who have been here for a
long time, ought to have their status
regularized and the others be made
to leave, adding that the longer this
matter is left unaddressed, the worse it


will become.
Bishop Gomez also used the oppor-
tunity to acknowledge, with much
gratitude, the tremendous contribu-
tion that many of these Haitian
nationals have made to Bahamas,
especially in areas where Bahamians
have been unwilling to work.
Exercise
"In everything we do, we must exer-
cise the utmost of Christian charity in
thought, word and deed, bearing in
mind that we are all brothers and sis-
ters regardless of our different nation-
al or ethnic backgrounds.
Bishop Gomez went on to highlight
the role of the church as an active
agent in "awareness building" in the
society, saying that the church should
serve as an "honest broker" seeking to
serve the community by providing
honest and relevant information to
assist the public in the determination
of issues before the nation.
"In this capacity, the church, as a
stakeholder. in the society, offers a
service designed to assist in clarifying
issues so that persons may make wise
decisions. If the church is to serve
credibly in this role of 'awareness
building,' the church must ensure that
she speaks from an informed position
with a clear grasp of the issues," he
said.
National Overseer of the Church
of God Bishop John Humes described
the illegal immigration situation as a


"vexing problem that has so much
implications".
In regard to the number of undoc-
umented Haitians that are pouring
into the Bahamas, Bishop Humes said
Haiti is going through severe prob-
lems in terms of stability and keep-
ing elections, and that its people are
hurting.
Despite this situation, the church
cannot do too much because immi-
gration is controlled by government:
"We don't encourage people to come
here, but my whole philosophy is that
if they come we will take care of them.
"We don't support them risking
their lives to come here across the
ocean. Our government can't take it
up and as a nation we can't take it up
- Haiti should be a regional concern -
as a people we cannot do that much,"
he said.
According to Bishop Humes, Hait-
ian ministers that are brought into the
Bahamas the church normally tries
to secure them status to work and stay
in the Bahamas. The Church of God
has a branch in The Mud, Abaco. He
said the people there are frustrated
because they are living there illegally
and in horrible conditions: "We have
an obligation to minister the word of
God and encourage them to go home
and we support them with our
resources.
"My heart goes out to the young
Bahamian Haitian who may appear
that they do not have status, but like
any other nationality if the parents or


mother is illegal you are illegal. They
should go home, but we should also
treat those people with the greatest
respect. My heart goes out to those
children who are born in the Bahamas
and who have not been processed yet,
the Government should process them
as quickly as possible," he said.
Bishop Humes also used the oppor-
tunity to address a common miscon-
ception. Following discussions with
the Bahamas ambassador to Haiti, he
said that those individuals who are
born in the Bahamas to Haitian par-
ents do have status. "They are saying
that they don't have status, but they
do have status, but they don't want
to become citizens of Haiti can you
blame them?"
Nation
Seeing Haiti as a nation that has
turned its back on the Lord Jesus
Christ, Bishop Humes said that Haiti
was once a rich country, but it now
places significant emphasis on voodoo
and other types of black magic, a posi-
tion that is largely responsible for the
country's current state, he believes.
"I support the government on it's
stance. There is too much pressure on
the government and they can't do it
themselves. Our neighbour to the
north should do more to stem these
problems. There is nothing we could
do, but encourage them to get straight
and the rest of them send back home,"
he said.


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LADY HARRIET HANSEN
KNOWLES, 92

Lady Harriet Hansen Knowles, wife of Sir Leonard
Joseph Knowles, died Sunday, January 15th, in
Portsbridge Hospice, Macon, Georgia, U.S.A.

Lady Knowles was born in a small village outside
Liverpool, England, in 1913. She met and married
her beloved husband, Sir Leonard Knowles, a
Bahamian, on the eve of World War II, then moved
to the Bahamas in 1948. She lived there until 1995,
when she and Sir Leonard moved to Macon,
Georgia, to spend more time with their two youngest
grandchildren.

Hal and Leonard (who predeceasd her in 1999)
were married for 60 years and lived most of that
time in Nassau, Bahamas, where Sir Leonard served
the Bahamian Judiciary and Government as
President of the Senate and Chief Justice, and was
knighted by Queen Elizabeth II. Hal dedicated her
life to helping her husband in all of his achievements,
but everyone who knew her, knew she loved to
entertain, and for many years she welcomed visiting
dignitaries and local Bahamians into her home. She
also actively supported her husband in addressing
racial inequalities.

She was a staunch church member all her life, and
a tireless and faithful worker in support of many
charities, especially The Salvation Army. She was
a lifetime friend to children, animals, and the
dispossessed.

She is survived by two son, Dr. Kenneth Wesley
Knowles, of Nassau, Bahamas, (wife Ann), and A.G.
Knowles of Macon, (wife Shelley), and three
grandchildren, Capt. Mark Knowles of Nassau, and
Jessica and Ryan Knowles of Macon.

A memorial service will be held on 18 January, 2006
at Hart's Memorial Chapel, Macon. In lieu of flowers,
the family requests that donations be made to The
Salvation Army.


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Charlton George
Johnson, 50
of Carmichael Road will be
held on Saturday 11:00 am
at Transfiguration Baptist
Church, Market and Vesey
Streets. Rev Dr Stephen
Thompson assisted by Rev
Basil Johnson will officiate
and interment will follow in
the Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen and Spikenard


Cherished memories are held by his mother, Emily
Johnson; children, Genera Ferguson and Carlton Johnson
Jr; grandchildren, Jazmaine, Jasmine and Jermaine
Ferguson; sister, Patsy Johnson; brothers, James Elliot,
.Paul Davis and William Johnson; stepbrothers, Philip
Rolle and Gladstone Davis; nieces, Michelle Elliot, Paula
and Desiree Davis, Barbara johnson, Antoinette and
Jennilee Thompson; nephews, Tyrone and Gladstone
Davis, Clinton and Brian Johnson and Kirklin Evans; son-
in-law, Jermaine Ferguson; sister-in-law, Sarah Davis;
brother-in-law, Anthony Thompson of Governor's Harbour,
Eleuthera; cousins, Ida Saunders, Alice McKinney, Iva
Pinder of Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera, Klinifred, Sam
and Godfrey Pinder; other relatives include, Sandramae
Bethel, Althea Tinker, Elvina O'Brian, Carnette Newbold,
Sylvia Cash, Albertha Rodgers, Cyril Stubbs, Rosemary
Johnson, Maria, Jason, Themica, Darien, Matthew and
Ricardo Pinder, Sonia Adderley, Jeffery Saunders, Patrice
McCardy. Bettymae Miller, Samuel and James Cambridge,
Clayton, Shirlene and Irene Rolle, Ilean Hepburn, Nathalie
Burrows, Selma Stuart, Izetta Stubbs, Melony Knowles,
Canselle Johnson, Janetta Strachan, Marion Wright, Klendy
Bethel, Elizabeth Wilson, Rosemary Williams, Endarlyn
McKenzie, Francina Forbes, Mae Thompson and family,
Merl Rumer, Gold Rolle and family, Debbie Ferguson,
Peggy Armbrister, Stephanie Armbrister, Valretta Saunders,
Rev Samuel Pinder of Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera,
Staff of National Insurance Board, Governor's Harbour,
Eleuthera and the Community of Carmichael Road.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at The Chapel
of Memories, Independence Drive on Friday from 11:00
am to 7:00 pm and at the Church on Saturday from 10:00
am to service time.







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Joseph Cooper, 77

of Cooper's Town, Abaco will be
held on Saturday 11:00 am at Church
of God Cathedral, Cooper's Town,
Abaco. Bishop Archilus Cooper will
officiate and interment will follow
in South Side Public Cemetery,
Cooper's Town, Abaco.


Percious memories are held by four
sons, Lionel, Ivrone, William (Billy)
and Gary; two daughters, Jerona
Burrows and Sherelane Russell; one
adopted son, Max Roberts; four daughters-in-law, Hortence, Melvern,
Lynette and Rosetta Cooper; two sons-in-law, Robert Russell and
Claude Burrows; one grandson-in-law, Freddie Williams; 22
grandchildren, Shantell, Kendrick, Nekisha, Chrissy, Nadia, William,
Demi, Garvin, Whitney, Donnell, Lashanda, Elkino, Leonardo,
Jarvin, Angelica, Samantha, Ricardo, Malincia, Deangelus, Penny,
Pam and Stevenette; one granddaughter-in-law, Carolee Russell;
13 great grandchildren, Nathan, John, Javon, Lester, P'Angelo,
Ciarthia, Geno, Walanta, Tylesha, Kavon, Vonte, KC, Mariano; three
sisters, Cleotha Edgecombe, Sheila Adderley and Vernie Smith;
five brothers, Bishop Archileous, Hartman, Eric, Henry and Samuel
Cooper; three brothers-in-law, Metious Edgecombe, Neville Adderley
and Rudy Smith; five sisters-in-law, Estelle, Macey, Vivian, Lillian
and Neita Cooper; 33 nieces, thirty five nephews, seventy nine
grandnieces, seventy six grandnepphews, nephews-in-law, nieces-
in-law, nine great grandnieces and eight great grandnephews; other
family members including, Jane Russell, Hasting Russell, Wilfred
Cornish, Corrine Duncombe, Lofton and Joy Duncombe, Nelda
Laroda, Rebecca McKenzie, Dorrie Sands, Mable Joseph, Bishop
Henry Wright, Elder Joshua Wright, Loften and Alphonzo Wright,
Margaret Reckley, Martha Johnson, Cheryl Russell, Rachel and
Godfrey McIntosh, Denzil and Lermon McIntosh, Bernice Ortlese,
Maggie McIntosh, John Nevil Bain, Jackson, Gordon, Michel and
Tomothy McIntosh, Rev Eulin McIntosh, Rev Ezekiel McIntosh,
Rev Merlin McIntosh, Ettamae Austin, Paula Missick, Agnes
McKinney, Karen Lipton, Max Russell, Florence Sawyer, Evelyn
Cooper, Anelina Cooper, Errilyn Russell, Gale McIntosh, Nebra
Russell, Raymond, Pete and Hasting Jr, Marshall, Glen, Ivan Brain,
Net, Lisa and Anne Russell, Esly Collie and Adean Degregory; a
host of other relatives and friends including, Rosamae Sands, Eleanor
Bootie, Lafania Jordon, Mapron Russell, Joseph, Uthal and Steward
Russell, Rt Honourable Hubert A Ingraham former Prime Minister
of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Leslie, Einar and Prince
Cornish, Estella McKinney, Jenevive McIntosh, Junior, Leo, Sidney
and Vernal Cooper, Lauirie Hanna, Terry Rolle, Gaylene and Carroll
Laing, Mable Pinder, Genevive, Terry, Liza, Emily and Betty
Culmber, Bert Wilson, Gerald Gardiner, Jerry Lowe, Hiram and


Edden, Ronald Rolle, Fletcher, Roy and Walter McIntosh, Alfred
Murray, Cleveland Nairn, Noel and Carnetta Bootie, Maxine Morris,
Carmen and Jacob Nesbitt, Vera and Isabella Rolle, Rosemae
McIntosh, Erskine Wright, Virgil and Marie Russell, Shirley Lowe,
Cardimae Murphy, Dellis and Dashwell Rolle, The Bootie, McIntosh,
Rolle, Cox, Russell, Cornish, Saunders, Wright, Edgecombe,
Duncombe, Lightbourn, Jones and Cooper Families, the Coopers
Family of East End Grand Bahama, the entire community of Cooper's
Town, Abaco and Roy and Leonard Cooper.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at the Chapel of
Memories, Independence Drive on Friday from 10:30 to 1:30 pm
and at the church in Cooper's Town on Friday from 5:00 pm to
service time on Saturday.

i5 jr Clotilda Bernice Davis
Saunders, 86
Affectionately Called
"Mama"

of Step Street, Fox Hill, will be held
S.- on Saturday 2:00 pm at St Anselm's
.'" Roman Catholic Church, Bernard
Road. Monsignor Preston Moss will
officiate and interment will follow in
the St. Anselm's Cemetery, Bernard
Road.
Fond memories are held by his six
daughters, Olivia Mackey of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Mildred
Knowles, Dora and Romalia Saunders, Clotilda Brown and Elizabeth
Slack; 33 grandchildren, Arlene Dacres of Deerfield Beach, Florida,
Joyce, David and Theodore Mackey of Freeport, Grand Bahama,
Deborah, Rodwell, Norma, Ginger, Merciann, Everette, Gaynell Sands,
Jonathan, Dianne, Rosemarie, Samantha, Trever, Peter, Sheria, Alma,
Malaya and Worrick Curry, Deon Demeirtte, Kim White, Basil, Benson,
Brian, Kelson and Natasha Brown of Miami, Florida, Evelyn Neely,
Michelle Greene, Christopher, Melissa Deleveaux and Lambert; 104
great grandchildren, seven great great grandchildren, four sons-in-law,
Everette Knowles, Leon Brown, Frederick Saunders and Stephen
Slack; other relatives including, Tori Bartlette and Hylton Dacres of
Deefield Beach, Florida, Sidney Ingraham, Seberon Mackey, Police
Woman Inspector Loretta Mackey of the Royal Bahamas Police Force,
Jennifer Mackey, Bishop Fred Newchurch and the Central Church of
God Family, Grand Bahama, Christopher Neely, Douglas Green, Neil
Sands, Duke, Seddy, Charlie Fernander, St Anselm's Church family
and the entire Step Street community.
Relatives and friends may view the remains at the Chapel of Memories,
Independence Drive on Friday from 1:00 am to 7:00 pm and on
Saturday from 10:30 noon and at the church from 1:00 pm to service
time.


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KEMP'S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED
22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas


REDITH FRANKLIN
ALBURY, 74


E. of Highland Terrace,
Nassau, The
SBahamas, who died
at the Princess
Margaret Hospital on
Tuesday, 17th
January, 2006, will
be held at the Chapel
of Love, Kemp's Funeral Home Limited,
Palmdale Avenue and Bradley Street, Nassau
on Friday, 20th January, 2006 at 12:30 p.m.
Pastor Allan R. Lee will officiate and interment
will be in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery,
Soldier Road, Nassau.
Mr. Albury is survived by his sisters, Ida and
Arelia Albury and Audrey Malone, brother,
Richard Albury, sister-in-law, Annie Albury,
nephew, Ellsworth Watkins and Randy Albury,
niece, Caroline Albury, step sons, Merrill
Rodgers and his wife Twiggy and Albert
Rogers and his wife Karen, step daughter,
Florence Key and her husband, Albert Berlin
Key Jr., special thanks to Cecelia Hanna,
nurse Campbell and Desmond Lightbourn
and many other relatives and friends.
Relatives and friends may pay their last
respects at Kemp's Funeral Home Limited,
22 Palmdale Avenue on Thursday, 19th
January, 2006 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.


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Ms. Irene Adina
Smith, 67
of Mile End, Winton Meadows and
formerly of Kingston, Jamaica will
be held on Saturday, January 21st,
2006 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Matthew's
Anglican Church, East Shirley Street.
Officiating will be Rev'd Fr. Don
Haynes. Interment will follow in the
Church's Cemetery, Shirley and
Church Streets.
This diamond will forever linger in the hearts of her beloved,
caring and devoted Daughter; Murine Miller; One (1) Brother;
Anthony Smith; One (1) Son-in-law; Wayne Miller; One (1)
Grandchild; Gaius Miller; Cousins; Marion Reynolds, Oramay
Folkes, Merline Bardowell, Gloria Trail, Rudolph Francis, Annie
McCoy and Erica Parara-Johnson; Seven (7) Nieces; Candace
Gibson, Camille Puckerin, Angel Hill, Karla Black, Antonia Kerr,
Grace and Abbigail Williams; Six (6) Nephews; Dwayne Puckerin,
Karl Black, Damien Hill, Michael and Dwayne Saunders and
Daniel Williams; Godchildren; Michelle Trail-Edward, Deborah
Thomas and Kendra Black; and a host of other relatives and
friends including: Colin and Millicent Puckerin, Gloria Grant,
Frances and Ed Caron, Erna Ellington, William and Thelma
Saunders, Delretta Nelson, Beryl and Rupert Rolle, Maureen
Chambers and family, Euleta McKenzie, Dr. Quentin and Mrs.
Richmond, H. Campbell and Sharon Cleare and family, Uliet
and Tony Black, Margery Williams, Sandra and Henderson Wilson
and family, Laura Ritchie, Vince and Stephanie Ritchie, Leroy
and Maxine Reid, Elsa Thompson, Shirley Ferguson-Nixon and
family, Murdena Richards-Burrows, Marie Kiffin, Gloria Brayham,
Pearl McFarlane and family, Jackie Sturrup and family, Donnett
and Donald Bryan, Joy Smith, Nicky Edwards, Richard and Judy
Ferguson, Patrice Fawkes, Selena Hepburn, Daphy Maxwell,
Clarice Vassell, Beatrice Bell, Carol and Peter Chew, Elizabeth
Allen, Yvonne Tucker, Peter Allen, Mildred, Maynard and Murma
Gayle-Miller, Sambri Walkine, Helen-and Arthur Rolle, Leotha
McPhee and family, Agnes Kemp, Cupie and Lesley Ann Ho-
Young, Reynold and Angela Rolle, Keith Bardowell, Elsa and
Mary Churtum, Rupert Reynolds, the Hummingbirds Association,
Dr. Turnquest and Oncology Nurses and the St. Matthews Church
family and many other relatives and friends too numerous to
mention.
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 on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service


time at the church.


John F Kennedy Drive.


Mrs. Myrtle Josepha
"Marlie" Balfour, 69
of Adelaide Road and formerly of
Inagua will be held on Saturday,
January 21st, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. at
St. George's Anglican Church,
Montrose Avenue. Officiating will be
Fr. Kingsley Knowles; Assisted by
Fr. Roland Hamilton, Fr. Timothy
Eldon and Fr. Colin Saunders.
Interment will follow in the Lakeview
Memorial Gardens and Mausoleums,


She is survived by her Mother: lanthe Duncanson; Three (3)
Daughters: Olga, Dena & Charlene Balfour; One (1) Grandson:
Rashad Kelly; Four (4) Sisters: Maud Jones, Elaine Cooper,
Monica Sands & Maxine Carpenter; Two (2) Brothers: Bert &
Cecil Duncanson; One (1) Sister-in-law: Delores Duncanson;
Two (2) Brothers-in-law: Michael Carpenter & Sammy Sands;
One (1) Stepdaughter: Linda Butler & family; Two (2) Uncles:
Stanley Godet & Dewitt Duncanson; Six (6) Aunts: Valerie, Pamela
& Jessica Duncanson, Keturah Ferguson, Wilimina Anderson &
Kathleen Godet; Numerous Nephews, Nieces and Cousins;
Other relatives & friends including: The entire Duncanson, Godet,
Seymour, Quant & Stubbs families; Roosie and Dorothy Godet,
Valderine Lockhart, Charlamae, and Gustavus Forbes, Antoinette
Colebrook, Gregory and Cynthia Mayhew, Janet Hall, Moses
and Barbara Major, Mike Simmons, Bobby and Hanna Dames,
Barbara Pinder, Annette Cartwright, Venencia Thompson, Betty
Hall, Gwendolyn Turner, Vivian Francis, Catherine Knowles and
families; The Petersons family; The staff of City Markets and
Family Guardian; St. John's College; Allison Franks from Atlanta,
Georgia; Alice Martinborough, Olive Tinker, Patricia Bain and
families; The Dawkins and McKinney families of Fort Fincastle;
Fr. Kingsley Knowles and Fr. Roland Hamilton and Fr. Timothy
Eldon and families; St. George's Singing Choirs; The Guild To
Help The Sick and Needy; The Vestry and The Congregation of
St. George's Anglican Church; and Numerous other Relatives
and Friends.
Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers' Funeral Homes &
Crematorium, Ernest & York Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m.
until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service
time at the church.


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Yager Funeral Home "& (rematorium
Queen's Highway
P.O. Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: 352-8118 Paging: 352-6222 #1724 Fax: 351-3301

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JONATHON PETER
K.9 JOHNSON, 41
of Caravel Beach, Freeport will
be held on Saturday, January
21,2006 at 2:00 p.m. at Calvary
Bible Church, Cromwell Drive
and Sargent Major Road.
Officiating will be Pastor Lucien
Curry assisted by Brother
Chappy Knowles. Interment will
Sbe made in the Grand Bahama
Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive.
Left to celebrate his life are his wife Pamala; mother, Nolly
Watson; father, George Johnson Sr.; one sister, Myrthlyn
Knowles; eight brothers, George and Andrew Johnson,
Kevin, Robin and Robert Wats6n, Lionel Johnson, Jr.,
Prince and Jonathon Johnson; his grandmother, Gertrude'
Johnson; 13 aunts, Winifred Roberts, Eve Lightbourne,
Euricka Watson, Lee Watson, Gloria, Olliemae, Barbara,
Andrea and Sharon Johnson, Brenda Banks of Nassau,
Myrthlyn Watson of Long Island, Blanche Watson and
Geletta Turnquest; five uncles, Ralph, Edward and Edwin
Watson, Gordon Lightbourne of Nassau and Donald
Watson; one niece, Genese Johnson; four nephews, Reuben
Storr Jr., Kevin Watson Jr., Alonzo and Lanze Knowles; his
cousins, Dornell and Angel Watson, Laverne Marshall, Clint
Watson, Peter Storr and Nicole Watson; one godchild,
Elroy Brown Jr.; mother-in-law, Sandra Williams; father-in-
law, Charles Henry Williams; three sisters-in-law, Vanessa
Watson, Avis McKenzie and Aniska Andrews; four brothers-
in-law, Lorenzo Knowles, Chad Rolle, Emmerson Andrews
and Charles Williams Jr., and other relatives anrd friends
including Felix Delancy, Patsy Burnside and family, Ashley
and Ginger Poitier, Helen Laing Forbes, management and
staff of G.B. Millwork, Bristol Cellars, Club Fortuna, Lem
Crew, Gully's Restaurant and Bar, I.A.T. Clinic, Fritz Darius
family, Todd Hunter Mitchell, management and staff of
Tropical Barber Shop, Darlene Lewis, Ricardo McPhee and
many others too numerous to mention.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager
Funeral Home and Crematorium, Queen's Highway, Freeport
on Friday from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and at the church from
12:30 p.m. to service time.


DEATH NOTICE


MRS. PENELOPE JANE
KINDREE


passed away Friday, January
13, 2006 at home after battling
ili ^cancer. She will be sadly
missed by her two daughters,
Mrs. Pamela Hall and Mrs.
Tracey Rose; sons-in-law, Jock
Hall and David Rose;
grandchildren, Rachel, Carina,
Leah, Joshua, Madison,
Michael and Samantha; sister
and brother-in-law, Judy and Tony LoSchairo of Canada
and other relatives and friends including, Pat Paice, Irene
Burrows, Judy McCartney, Cleome, Ivy Rodgers, Doris
Sears, June Pelecanos, Joan Davies, Andrea Gottlieb, June
Henderson, Mrs. Reckley, Ms. Charles, Jesse, Tynida,
Monica and many friends.
Penny Kindree, arrived in Freeport in 1970 with her husband
Don and family. Here the weather and people were a
comfort. She was a teacher by trade and so many times
while her children were going to school she would be called
in to be a substitute teacher. She was very active in the
Garden Club, American Women's Club and especially the
Y.M.C.A.
She was voted president of the first Special Olympics
Committee which was just one of the many projects she
started at the Y.M.C.A. When her husband started his own
business Mechanical Consultants, she was his partner and
secretary and after a tragic car crash in 1989 she took care
of him for 15 years at home. Her illness and two hurricanes
which destroyed her house never let her lose faith. She
was always helping others.
A memorial service will be announced at a later date.
Service entrusted to Yager Funeral Home, Queens Highway,
Freeport.


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DIGNITY IN SERVICE
Robinson Road and First Street P.O.Box N-603 Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Telephone: 1-242-325-5168/328-1944/393-1352

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MADLINA 'MACY'
ROLLE, 82

a resident ot Kemps Bay, South
Andros will be held 11:00 a.m.,
Sunday, 22nd January, 2006 at
Hillview Seventh Day Adventist
Church, Tonique Williams-Darling
Highway. Officiating Pastor Silas
N. McKinney, Pastor Hugh A.
Roach, Pastor Eric D. Clarke and
Pastor Gary C. King. Interment
S follows in Southern Cemetery and
Spikenard Road:
Cherished memory are held by her
husband, Elder Emmanuel Rolle, J.P.; two sons, Nelson Rolle and
Edward Rolle; daughter, Myrtle Rolle; adopted children, Alton and
Jacqueline Bain; son-in-law, Eugene Rolle; two daughter-in-law,
Sheila and Angela Rolle; thirteen grandsons, McNeil, Shawn, Tamaro,
Larnado, Nelrico, Shelmiro, Antanico, France, Warren, Garvin, Sean,
Serfent and Shivargo Rolle; three granddaughters, Odeshia McKinney,
Sherrel and Nelshanae Rolle; sixteen great-grandsons, Jehan,
Shavondo, Shawn Jr., Larnado Jr., Amanie, Blair, Javon, Arawn,
Akeno, Tamaree, Roy Jr., Odeston, Eldrico, Yenton, Diontee and
Shavardo Rolle; six great-granddaughters, Jaunita, Shawon, Ashanti,
Kathreen, Taneya and Edrinique Rolle; three sisters, Lucille Rolle,
Gwendolyn Forbes and Ophelia Smith; three brother-in-law, Byron
Smith, Thomas and Jeremiah Rolle; five sisters-in-law, Collette,
Euleuse, Francetta, Sylvia Forbes and Esterleen Rolle; nephews,
Admiral, Sydney, Rodman, David, Randy, Dale, Theodore, Clayton,
Ambrose, Michael and Waldon Forbes, Charles Miller, Alexander
Jr., Patrick, Reginald, Allen, Ephriam and Rosevelt Forbes, Oswald,
Lennis, Welton, Lefred, Haven, Vincent, Benely and Elon Forbes,
George, Robert, John Maxwell, Leo, Basil and Kemi Forbes, John
Roland, William and Berthram Smith, William and Henry Gaitor,
Eldridge, Ruben, Thadeus, Kenneth, Roscoe and Eric Rolle, Emerson
Adderley, Wenzel Forbes, Lawrence McPhee and Brian Rolle; nieces,
Denise Greene, Joycelyn Moxey, Dillis Forbes, Glendarnae Adderley,
Louise, Donna, Edith, Rosalie, Carolyn, Icelyn and Florimae Forbes,
Glendamae Adderley, Louise, Donna, Edith, Rosalie, Carolyn, Icelyn,
and Floimae Forbes, Hazel Cleare, Mina Dawes, Hazel Johnson,
Endolyn, Relcina, Lucy, Geraldine, Rozetta, Ethel and Flordell Pratt,
Eula Rahming, Donna Humes, Mary Barr, Patricia Ash, Karen,
Monalee Ettiene, Lucy Taylor, Jane and Edith Evans, Ruthnell,
Vernita and Lucida Rolle, Darlene Greene, Eleanor Knowles, Miriam
Gaitor, Leanna Bowleg, Alicia, Katanya, Charmaine and Latoya
Rolle and a host of other relatives and friends including the Adventist
Family and the community of South Andros, Mr. Norman Solomon,
Ms. Italia Johnson. Mr. Whitney Bastian, M.P of South Andros, Mr.
and Mrs. Leopold and family, the medical staff of South Andros,
Mr. and Mrs. Stumma, former Attorney General of the United States,
Janet Reno and family, Jestina Hepburn, Maxine Mullings, Gladys


Sands and family, Mrs. Kennis Carey and family, Francilia and
family, Nurse Enid Ruddock and family and friends of the French
community.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral
Home, Robinson Road and First Street, on Saturday from 10:00 a.m.
to 6:00 p.m., and on Sunday at the Church from 9:30 a.m. until
service time.


EDWARD 'CHARLES
'CHARLIE'
COLEBROOK, 64


a resident of#370 Eaton Road,
Yellow Elder will be held 11:00
a.m., Saturday, 21st January, 2006
at The Lutheran Church of Nassau,
John F. Kennedy Drive. Officiating
Rev'd. Samuel Boodle and Bradley
Lightbourne. Interment will be at
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John
F. Kennedy Drive.
Cherished memory are held by his
wife, Gertrude "Trudy" Colebrook;
son, Roderick Colebrook; two daughters, Theus Rolle and Christina
Colebrook; four grandchildren, Tierra and Rontre Rolle, Ashlee and
Roderick, Jr.; brothers and sisters, Louis and Barbara Colebrook of
Miami,. Fai4 Peter'and Henrietta-Bain, Basil and Gloria Bain of
Miami, Fla,;Bernard Bain of West Palm Beach, Kenneth and Linda
Bain, Kevin and Cora Colebrook, Edward 'Edda' Colebrook, E'en
and ShariseColebrook, Paula Brown, Margaret and Marcel Hort,
Celeste Russell, Sandra Campbell, Colleen Odim, Pauline Clarke,
PC Phillip and WPC Denise Rolle, Neil and Shawna Strachan; uncle,
Peter Bowe; two aunts, Anita Strachan and Inez Dorestant; in-laws,
Phillip and Shirley Gay, Peter and Barbara Carey, Howard and
Koralee Carey, John Norris Carey, Vrynae, Sylvia, Delphine, Nathalie
and Zelma Carey, Eleanor Sweeting and Marsha Balfour; numerous
nephews and nieces and a host of other relatives and friends including
Patrick "Whitey" Donald, Marvin Kerr, Janet Rolle, Jane Bain, Emily
Rahming, Patrick Gardiner, George Rolle, "Ghost" Miller, Kirk
Saunders, D'Angelo Deveaux, Joanne Powell, Emestine Miller, Grier
Cartwright, Utha Butler, Rasson Medley of New York, Alonzo
Hanna, The members of The Lutheran Church of Nassau, Pastor
Sam Boodle, Toastmasters Club 1600, Lowes Wholesale, Mr. Malone
and United Cruiselines, Dr. Johnson, Dr. Ramsign, Dr. Campbell,
Nurse Hepburn, Dr. Bascom and the nursing staff of Male Surgical
II at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral
Home, Robinson Road and First Street, on Friday from 12:00 noon
to 6:00 p.m., and on Saturday at the Church from 9:30a.m. until
service time.


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Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma Tel: 345-7020* Robinson Rd & 5th Street
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JEAN JOHN
SHORTYY"
ARNE, 67
of George Town, Exuma
and formerly of Haiti will be
held on Saturday at 10:00
a.m. at St. Theresa's
Catholic Church, George
Town, Exuma. Officiating
Swill be Fr. George Wolff.
Interment in the Church's
Cemetery, George Town.
He is survived by his mother, Felasa Arne of Haiti;
two daughters, Marie Bellot and Merline Arne of
Exuma; one son, John Kelly Arne of Haiti; two
grandchildren, Ashmarie and Rechildo; special friend,
Exalicia Bellot; five brothers, Amos Arne of Exuma,
Walter Joseph, George Arne of Haiti, George Devalese
Arne of Florida; five sisters, Jannette, Marie Claudette,
Marie Louise, Marcice Carmaletta Michel and Gloria
Arne; nieces, Renee Marie George Arne, Violet, Editi
Angline, Carmayletta, Elaine, Loretha, Maria
Manchique, Augustine, Daniel Peitte, Meline and
Marjorie Arne; nephews, Romel and Lavardo Arne,
Francise Arne, Vito Lickinson Arne, Paulador and
Ronald Paul, Macinson Maurices, Fred Arne, Patrick
PaPout, Elanday and Mophor Majay; grandnieces,
Waldine Nor Arne, Linda Shantell Arne and Samantha;
grandnephews, Kayland, Wouldlay, Kayger, Weline
Regsama and Emmanuel.
Host of other relatives and friends including Derick
Beneby, Louann and Glenda Rolle, Charmine Bodie,
Randy Hart and February Point family, Timothy Hart,
Anthony Ferguson, Patience Forbes and family, L-
amae and Ellamae, Bernadette Martin, the Gelin
family, Genser Desvalone, the Michael family, Club
Peace and Plenty and Beach Inn, the Oscar family,
Essnae Gelin and the entire Exuma family.
The family will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary,
Ramsey, Exuma on Friday from 12:00 noon until
6:00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 9:00
a.m. until service time.


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Rosanna
Rolle, 88

a resident of Kemp
Road and formerly of
Rolleville, Exuma, will
be held on 'Saturday
January 21, 2006 at St.
Margaret's Anglican
Church, Kemp Road at 2:00 p.m. Officiating
will be Rev, Fr. Joseph Mycklewhyte and
Rev'd Angela Palacious. Interment in St.
Margaret's Church Cemetery, St. Margaret's
Road.

She is survived by three step-sons, Junior
Rolle, Donald (Nine) Rolle and Lobby Rolle;
three nieces, Sybil Sweeting, Edris Brice of
Fort Pearce, Florida and Marina Oliver;
numerous nephews including Leonard and
Freeman McKinney, Ricardo and Patrick
Sweeting and a host of other relatives and
friends.

Friends may pay their last respects at Rock
of Ages Funeral Chapel on Wulff Road and
Pinedale on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00
p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 1:00
p.m. until service time.





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EAST SUN% RISE MORTUARY


"A New Commitment To Service'


t REO ALBERT

MOSS, 84


of Exuma Street and formerly
of Snug Corner, Acklins will be
held on Saturday at 10:30a.m.
at Pilgrim Ministries
International, Minnie Street.
Officiating will be Bishop Hosea
Cox, and Pator Ednal Minnis
assisted by Pastor Preston
Wallace. The cremains will be
interred in the Old Cemetery,
Old Trail Road.


He is survived by 3 daughters; Dorinda Moss, Joyann
Pratt and Vellamae Moss; 5 sons, Rodman, Beven,
Cleyton, Rupert and Jeffery Moss; 13 grandchildren,
Lorenzo, Alonzo, Emenji, LaTonya and Monique Pratt,
Von Wilson, Deedra Moss, Rupert Jr., Beven Jr., Ludell
Moss, Joyann Knowles, Kadar Fountain and Julian Moss;
1 grand daughter-in-law, Stephanie Pratt; 2 great
grandsons, Lawrence Pratt and Dorian Moss; 2 great
grand-daughters, Lawrenique Pratt and Kennedy
Munnings; 2 brothers, Harrington Beneby and Leroy
Moss; 2 sisters-in-law, Florina Ferguson and Vivian Moss;
4 brothers-in-law, Rev. Glanis, Rev. Prince, Arlington and
Michael Ferguson; numerous nieces including Velma,
Cloretta and Gloria Moss, Barbara Beneby-Coleby, Gretal
Hanna, Ivis and Dotley Moss, Nelliemae, Jackie, Keleta,
Mavis Hill, Dorothy Yearwood & Ann Moss; nephews,
Charles and Rev. C.B. Moss, Bernard and Bell Beneby,
Berth Moss and a host of relatives and friends including
Bishop Hosea Cox, The Pilgrim International Church
Family, Joseph Pratt, Jack Adderley, Hesket Dean, Era
& Malie Ferguson, Isadell Powell, Marjorie Farquharson
and his friends of Quintine Alley.
There will be no public viewing for Mr. Reo Moss. Funeral
Arrangements are being handled by East Sunrise Mortuary,
Rosetta Street Palmdale.



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GRETCHEN GAIL
THERESA RIVERS,
40
S. of Marathon Estates, will
e held on Saturday 21st
January 2006 at 10:45 a.m.
at St. Bede's Roman
Catholic Church, Sutton
: Street. Officiating will be Fr.
Leonard Taylor. Interment
will follow at St Bede 's
Cemetery.
,.- V Left to cherish her memory
are her are her mother,
Winfred Majd!'"bt6ther, Antonio Rivers; sister, Carlettia
Edwards; sister-in-law, Thelma Rivers; 3 nieces, Tassis
Rivers, Krystal Stuart and Canisha Darville; 2 nephews,
Antonio Jr. and Tr'ea Rivers; 3 aunts, Victoria Robinson,
Blance Minnis and Beatrice Simpson; 2 uncles, William
Major and George Minnis; cousins, Dianne, Judy,
Bernadette, Rochelle, Terricita, Katie and Charmine
Minnis, Joanna Marshall, Paula, Kevin, Rayfield, Stephen
and family, Wayde, Dale, Vanira, Reggie, Joey, Bruno,
Renea and Ellery Lockhart, Karen and Paul Redwood
of Ft. Lauderdale, Tiffany Lindsay, Carlo, Dominique,
Dale Jr., Lavan, Graig and Randon Robinson, Pat, Vickie
and family, Randy, Charles, Mona and James Huelette,
V'Alone, Travis, Terrence, lan, and Dante Marshall, Tjasa,
Richard, Jhadyn, Emma Pinder, Shanette and Shanique
Balfour, Latario and Ravia Minnis, Mr. and Mrs. Basil
Clarke and family, Charles Evans, Jennie, Smith and
family, Patrica Glinton and family, Stanley Pitt, Rico
Nixon, Shelly and family many other relatives and friends
including, Theresa, Allen and Sherene McPhee, Brenda
Basden and family, Patrick and Wencil Neely, Janet and
Johnny Pratt, Rowena Wood, Sherry Thompson, Tony
Major, Mr. and Mrs. Jupp, lan Claridge, Terrance Hunter,
Frankie, Tony, Ron, Kay, Miriam Johnson, James Collins,
St. Bede's Church family, Kemp Road Community and
Charity Prayer Band.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at
Evergreen Mortuary located on Harrold Road on Friday
from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and at the church on
Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service time.






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84 Blue Hill Road P.O. Box N-8161 Tel: 325-7867
Fax: 325-7867

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MR. KEMUEL LEVI
HEPBURN II, 33
a resident of West Avenue, Miller's Height will be
held on Saturday 21st January 2006 at The Parish
Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Trinity Way,
Stapledon Gardens at 1:00 p.m. Officiating will
be The Venerable Arch-Deacon Etienne E. Bowleg
Ph.D. assisted by Rev'd DeAngelo Bowe, Canon
Kirkley C. Sands, Rev'd John Kabiga and
Rev.Fr.Dwight Rolle. Interment will be in the
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy
Drive


Cherished memory will forever linger in the hearts
of his loving wife, Micah Corvette Hepburn; son,
Kemuel Levi Hepbum III; step-son, Clayton Panza;
__parents, Kemuel Sr. and Leona Hepbum; brother,
Franz Hepbum of London; 2 sisters, Yvette Gibson
and Leontyne Hepburn; mother-in-law, Deneria Butler; father-in-law, Malachi Lundy; 10
uncles, Ezra and Wellie Hepburn, Leviticus Rolle, Sydney Smith (Freeport), Alexander
Burrows, George Bain, B.K. Bonamy, George Williams (Freeport), Hencil Newbold and
Peter Major; 12 aunts, Priscilla Jarrett, Leah Rolle, Edna Smith (Freeport), Vera Pinder,
Joanne Burrows, Euletha Bain, Electra Byfield (Trinidad), Shirley Bonamy, Nancy Stuart
(Andros), Neulisa Major (Abaco), Angela Hepbum and Stephanie Varence; 4 sisters-in-law,
Harriet and Larissa Lundy, Lakiesha Green and Daria Delancy; 5 brothers-in-law, Stephen
Gibson Sr., Labon, Leon and Lamaar Lundy and Dudley Green Sr.; 3 grand-uncles, Rev.
Dr. J.J. Stubbs, Elder Leon and Nurse Stubbs and David Green Sr.; grand-aunt, Leanora
Stubbs; 4 nephews, Stephen Jr., Brandon and Reginald Gibson and Dudley Green Jr.;
niece, Gabrielle Gibson; god-parents, Fr. Rodney Burrows and Hilda Peterson; 2 god-
children, Khari Wood and Lynden Mackey Jr., and a host of other relatives and friends
including, Edmund and Cynthia Stubbs, Carolyn Hanna, Wellie and Gloria Miller, Joy
Rahming, Rudy and June Penn, Eleanor, Dennis, Christine, Joslyn and Carl Jarrett, John
and Jennifer Braynen, Ingrid Gibson, Fr. Dwight and Rochelle Rolle, Sterling and Claudia
Knowles, Denise Rolle, Melita, Marcia, Sandra, Jeanne and Trevor Hepburn, Vaughn Pinder,
Brian, Joel, Rodger and Sydney Smith, Patrice Wilchombe, Anne Rolle, Euchie Pinder,
Lawrence and Phipahtua Rolle, DeAadroun Dames, Javal and LaSheca Ferguson, Roosevelt
Cleare, Grace Burrows, Francina Cleare, Alice Hunt, Vincent, Patrick, Patterson, Sam,
Isaac, Vincent, Altamese, Annabelle and Eleanor Hepbum, Dorcas Johnson, Elcina Knowles,
Lillian Cooper, Marianna Stubbs, Dr. Prince and Carol Bonamy, Eugene, Melvin, Estelle,
Antoinette and Jill Bonamy, Lenny Beckles, Daphne, Rodney, Freddie, Abraham, Charles
and Philip Stubbs, Berlin and Ruth Pratt, Veronica Micklewhite, Lillian Newbold, Coolie
Osoria, June Culmer, Jeanne Lundy, Michelle Gilbert, Marina Glinton, Beulah Smith, Vernon
and Jeanette Thurston, Darren and Erica Ferguson, Richard and Karen Leadon, Nadia Ellis,
Annamae and Sherry Brice, Ronald Rolle, GeorgeAnn Farquharson, Cynthia Rahming, Sir
Clement Maynard, Keod Smith MP, Senator Tommy Turnquest, Philip Brave Davis MR,
Agatha Marcelle MP, Andrew, Lynn and Emile Curry, Philip and Florinda Storr, Carl and
Merlease Bethel, Gordon and Melverna Wong, Donald and Letitia Curry, Ray and Mamie
Saunders, Leroy, Shirley and Bronsdon Thompson, Harvey and Lelia Cash, Mia Charlow,
Ray and Renea Holmes, Hermes and Simone Laing, Gary and Marie Cooper, Casper and
Carolyn Conliffe, Carmetta.Belle, Rodney and Francis Williams, Gloria Wallace, Charles
Adderley, Emestine and Agatha Sherman, Dianna Wallace, Sanya Munnings, Sean Thompson,
Kelford Louis, Cassie Cooper, Eldeace Wright, Deborah Johnson, Elsie Strachan, Gwen
Moncur, Lorraine Pickstock, Bertha Ferguson, Jane Walkine, Judith Theophilus, Fernley
and Marion Palmer, Persis Adderley, Brenda Bostwick, Desiree Brown, Bridgette Newman,
Joyce Burgzorg, Peggy Culmer, Maud Hamilton, Betty Laing, Sybil Hanna, Inez Dorestant,
Verona Woodside, Brenda Davis, Peter and Chrislyn Benjamin, Marcia White, Talie Smith,
Angelique Bowe, Whittington Dixon, Agnes Burrows, Antoine Wallace, Andre and Brent
Williams, Marcus, Cheryl, Lynden and Donahue Mackey, Socrates and Natasha Cunningham,
Colin and Paul O'Brien, Kingsley, Ruth and Tiana Robinson, Marc and Yasmin Robinson,
Jane Miller, Lee and Joanne Callender, Lolita Jackson, Arch Deacon Etienne and Cheryl
Bowleg, Arch Deacon Ranfurly Brown, Canon Basil and Sonia Tynes, Canon Kirkley Sands,
Fr. Deangelo and Tennesee Bowe, Fr. John and Loise, Kabiga, Ordinand Kari Marcelle, Fr.
David Cooper, Rev. Sonia Marshall, Deacon Andrew and Mrs. Burrows, Bishop Delton and
Mrs. Fernander, Holy Trinity Church, ACW, Alter Guild, Prayer Ministries, Cell Church,
Choirs, Holy Family Catholic Church, Ladies Auxiliary, Diocesan Chorale, The Stubbs,
Hepburn's, O'Brien's, Fernander's, Sear's, Hart's, Beckle's, Destination's Staff, Gaming
Board Staff, Texaco Bahamas Ltd., Solomon Super Center, Cat Island United General
Counsil, Members of the Region Bells and members of Mecca Grand Lodge Families.
The body will repose at the Chapel of the Saints Sweeting's Colonial Mortuary and
Crematorium, #84 Blue Hill Rd. from 11.00 am on Friday until 6.00 pm and at the church
from 11.30 a.m Saturday until service time.


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Good Shepherd

Funeral Home
Montrose Avenue 322-4258 Fax: 325-8343
Paging: 382-0040, 382-0039



Rodney Frazer, 63


a resident of Geriatric will be held on
Saturday morning at 11:00 am at the


Grave


Side, Fox Hill


Cemetery.


Officiating will be Rev Nathanial
Munroe.


He is survived by his wife, Hazel
Ramsey Frazer; three children, one
brother, Alfred Frazer; one aunt,
Willemae McKenneyie; three nieces,
Deborah Frazer McQueen, Olive Frazie;
nine cousins, Ena Culmer, Lillia
Armbrister, Wellington Henfield, Hellen
Smith, Ezerene Christie, Prineld Cooper,
Alqalqueenia Pratt, Inez Saunders,
Lorenzo Saunders, Rosemary Moss,
Sherry Reid, Roy Williams of Freeport,
Alphonzo McKintosh; numerous
relatives and friends including, Cheryl
Johnson, Shanelle Major, Walter
McKintosh and Ulssess McKintosh.


Relatives and friends may pay their last
respects at the Good Sheperd Funeral
Home on Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00
pm.






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Managing Funeral Director

Honouring Those Who Die,
Caring For Those We Serve.


Telephone: 1 (242) 393-6367 Cellular: 1 (242) 457-1986
#20 Claridge Road P.O. Box N-3907 Nassau, N.P., Bahamas



Notification of Funeral Service for


MISS. NADIA DOMINIQUE
ROLLE BRENNEN, 19
of Armbrister Street, Fox Hill will held on
Saturday, January 21, 2006 at 11am at St. Mark's
Native Baptist Church, Romer Street Fox Hill.
Pastor Sherelle Saunders, Bishop Victor Johnson
assisted by Elder Dereck Colebrooke, will
officiate and burial will be in the Fox Hill Public
Cemetery, Fox Hill Road.


The Radiance of this "Diamond of a Gem" will
always glow in the hearts of her: _
Daughter: Asjia Hantrant;
Mother: Hazel Hepburn;
Step Father: Charles Rolle;
Grand Father: Andrew Dean;
Two Grand Mothers: Olive Dean and Sylvia Evans;
Special Friend: Jean Hantrant;
Four Sisters: Cindy Collie, Wendy Rolle, Emily and Andrea;
Five Brothers: Stephen Rolle, Terry, Barry, Larry and Andrew Brennen;
Three Uncles: Johnathan Hepburn, Sgt.1225 King Johnson, Anthony Dean;
Six Aunts: Donna Hepburn, Sheryl Colebrooke, Deborah Deleveaux, W/Cpl
1883 Ruthmae Finlay, Maria Ragin of Miami, Florida and Emily Roker;
Niece: Kavante Greenslade;
Nephew: Kvardo Greenslade;
Grand Uncle: Ramon Major Sr. of Tampa Florida;
Four Grand Aunts: Mildred Bennette of Brooksville Florida, Viola Telusmond,
Patricia Rahming and Roselyn Rolle;
Four Uncles-in-law: Elder Dereck Colebrooke, PC 1448 John Deleveaux
Sr., Cpl. 1386 Addie Finlay Sr. and Edward Roker;
Two Aunts-in-law: Keva Johnson and Michline Dean;
God Mother: Shannon Richardson;
Cousins: Natasha, Andrew, Kendal, Shanrice, Kenya, Shavar, Kendrick, Kevin,
Teko, PC 2609 Maurice Arthur Jr., Erica, LaQuesha, Princess, PC 2793 Dario
Rahming, Patrice, PC 2834 John Deleveaux Jr., Jayne, Samuel, Kendira,
Kenva, Barry Jr., Addie Jr., Addisha, Yasmin, Toriann, Miguel, Anthonique,
Anthonisha, Rakeem, Miriam, Brenda, Godfrey, Junior, Tiffany, Maryellen,
Lana, Angela, Portia, Shanindor, Denise, Raymond, Janell, Branell, Tamika,
Dion, Ramon Jr. and Aaron of Tampa Florida;
Other relatives and friends including; Rosemary Aleauidor, Kirkland, Sheryl,
Marcus, Jarriet, Richardb, Mary Stubbs, Abby Kemp and their Families, Dr.
Chin and Team, Staff of Female Medical II, the Intensive Care Unit Princess
Margaret Hospital, Faith Mission Church of God Ministries Family and the
Fox Community Family.
The body will be viewed in the "Emerald Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary &
Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road on Friday, January 20, 2006
from 12noon to 6pm, and on Saturday, January 21, 2006 at St. Mark's Native
Baptist Church Romer Street, from 10am until service time.


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RUSSELL & PINDER'S

FUNERAL HOME
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250
P.O. Box F-40557 Freeport, Grand Bahamas

Funera Sevc fo helt


George


Samuel Young,
71


of Marathon Estate, Nassau and
formerly of Wemyss Bight,
Eleuthera, will be held at St. Jude's
Anglican Church, Smith's Point,
Grand Bahama on Saturday, January
21 at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be
Father Curtis Robinson. Interment
will follow in the Grand Bahama
Rand Memorial Park, Frobisher
Drive, Freeport, Bahamas.


: "'His memory will forever remain in
the hearts of daughter, Violet
Stewart-Stubbs; sons, Samuel and Ricardo Young; 10 grandchildren,
Tara, Elizabeth. Michael, Sameka, Ricardo Jr., Raquel, Ramond,
Deidra, Tamara and Tameka; several great grandchildren; one sister,
Edith Collied;" bi8 dtiersf Granville Young and Elsworth Pinder;
one aunt, Clothilda Thompson; companion for many years, Dorothy
Hollingsworth; in-laws, Ingrid and Carol Young, Benjamin Stubbs,
Ted and Helen Taylor and family, Clifton and Patricia Ferguson and
family, Terry, Shervin, Larry and Veronica Clarke, the McKenzie
family and Nena Pinder; numerous nieces and nephews including
Timothy and Elizabeth Collie, Carolynn Farrington, Henry Young,
Nurse Patricia Darville, Whitney and Linda Laing, Damian Johnson,
Carlos Whymms, Christian Basil and Valperga McKenzie; special
friends, Chris and Paul Cooper, Ivan Collie and OJay.

A host of other relatives and friends including, Joy, James and David
Capron, Evelyn Thompson and family, Althea Young, Jennie Basden,
the descendents of Florence Roxberry, Mary Hall, Emily, Samuel,
Alex, Thomas and Bromie Young, Rowena Rolle, Beatrice Moxey,
Johnley and Carnetta Ferguson, Manassa Mackey, Francis Friend
and family, the Stubbs family, the families of Wemyss Bight, Young,
Thompson, Moultrie, Storr, Sweeting, Gibson and McKinney, Talbot
and Patsy Johnson, Eleanor Simmons, Colotha Mortimer, Alice
Neymour and Edward Stewart, Marva Farquharson, Sallymae
Fernander, Sandra Forbes, Cecil and Barbara Thompson, Alice
Johnson and family, Hosea and Myra Ferguson, Carl and Jane
Williams, Brian and Peggy Rolle, Danette, Lakeisha and Marcus
Hollingsworth, the Culmersville family, St. George's Church family,
Cat Cay family, Ministry of Education, Chay Willies and Pastor Errol
Tinker and Seventh Day Adventist Church family.

Viewing will be held at Russell & Pinder's Funeral Home on Friday,
January 20 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to service
time at the church.


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Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
Page 340-8043


Adrianne Monique
Roberts, 37

of Robinson Road will be held on
Saturday, January 22nd, 2006 at 12:00
p. m. at Our Lady's Catholic Church,
Deveaux Street. Officiating will be
Rev. Msgr. Alfred Culmer, assisted by
Deacon Samuel Mitchell. Interment
will follow in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.


LL Adrianne is survived by her mother,
Dorothy; father, Aaron Sr.; six
brothers, Anthony, Kevin, Sheldon,
Marcean, Vaughn and Aaron Jr.; five sisters, Kimbalee Roberts-Scott,
Karen, Neikon, Aranua and Kimberley; grandmother, Ivy Roberts; 13
aunts, Brenda Lewis, Rosemary Black, Linda Major, Patricia Thompson,
Deborah Sands, Coral Turnquest, Cynthia Roberts, Dezirene Schroeter,
Daphne Barr, Ella, Silma and Geraldine Lewis; nine uncles, Maxwell
and Lothan Roberts, Keith Major Sr., Dudley, Edmund, Wellington,
Sammy and Roderick Lewis, and Fletcher Deveaux Sr.; two grandaunts,
Rafalita Cash and Beatrice Johnson; nieces, Alexis, Vashti, Keitra,
Marcia, Danielle, Makayle, Tamia, Tatianna, Maia, Daisha, Nikima,
Aranuique, Sidney, and Danielle; nephews, Anthony Jr., Akelo, Courtney,
Jared and Jarrell, Alexander, Alexico, and Daejon; sisters-in-law, Jodell,
Seta and Valerie Roberts; brother-in-law, Russell Scott; cousins, Stacey,
Sandy, Vasco, Theron, Michelle, Tracey, Sophia, Laverne, Marvin,
Ricardo, Keith Jr., Rory, Brandon, Charlene, Fletcher Jr., Melvern,
Shane, Tommel, Tomeisha, Demarco, Danielle, Terah, Crystal, Dudley
Jr., Sean, Jamal, Sebastian, Alia, Alvin Jr., W/A.S.P. Elaine Sands,
Leevan, Andy, Vandia, Bria, Steven, Lana, Troy, Antoinette, Karen,
Butch, Derek, Andrew, Rena, Corporal 1668 Michael Smith, Geno,
Clyde, Brian, Tina, Juanita, Scottie, Andy, Prince, Shirley Gomez,
Roderick Pratt, Coleman Darville, Colonna Burrows, Donna, Lynne,
Sherry, Jahkan, Diorchea, Derico, Senyla, Albert Brown and Family,
Delbert, and Cindy; other relatives and friends including, Patricia
Bell and family, Charles and Rose Edgecombe and family, Gina Carey
and family, Jane Bullard and family, Irma Deveaux and family, James
and Edna Newbold and family, Wilson Kelly, Edwina Smith and family,
The Cartwright family, The Adderley family, Merlene Gordon and
family, Isaac and Myrtis McKenzie and family, Anthony and Lenora
Gardiner and family, Alexander Bethel, lan Cambridge and Family,
Steven Wray and Family, Ernest Fraser and Family, Dorothy Roberts,
the St. Helena's Club family, Monsignor Alfred Culmer and Church of
the Resurrection family, the staff of ZNS, the communities of Regency
Park and Highbury Park, Pamela Miller and family, Clyde Miller, RM
Bailey Class of 1985, Carolyn Bethel and family, Anya Dorsette and


NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 Fax: (242) 340-8034


family, Marie White, Joy Russell, Don, Samantha and Tabitha McKenzie.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity" Suite at Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium on Friday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p.
m. and then again at the church on Saturday from 10:30 a. m. until
service time.

Malachi Nathaniel Dean, 85

of Park Avenue, Gleniston Gardens, and
formerly of Mortimer's, Long Island,
will be held on Saturday, January 21st,
2006 at 10:00 a. m. at St. Anne's
Anglican Church, Fox Hill Road.
Officiating will be Rev. Fr. Crosley
Walkine. Interment will follow in St.
Anne's Cemetery, Fox Hill Road.

He is survived by Sons: Malachi Jr.,
Leland, Frederick, David, and Tyrone,
Daughters: Marilyn Wood, Kathy
Dean, Vernita Pyfrom, Florrie
Vanterpool, and Veronica Dean, Grand
Children: Erika, Cherilynn, Marlon E. and Brittany Wood, Aniska,
Julius, Malca and Anari Dean, Kendal Pyfrom, Matthew Dean, Evan
Vanterpool, Diane Pinder, Gregory, Rudy, Mario, Dion and Nadia Dean,
Great Grand Children: Malvon, Ethan, Thomaniko, Tamiko, Makia,
Melisha, Maranique, Rhea, and Rudy Jr., Valentino, Tyler and Tyrone
Jr., Sons-in-law: Erik Wood, Ken Pyfrom, Michael Dean, and Kenrick
Vanterpool, Daughters-in-law: Julie, Monica, Vendolyn, and Ida Dean,
Brother: Bishop Herman Dean, Sisters: Harriet Minot, Cathy Major,
and Terecita Major, numerous Nephews including: Holland Dean,
Bishop Norwood Dean, Edmund Knowles, Calvin and Errol Adderley,
and Kenneth Fox, numerous Nieces including: Vergie Adderley, Gerry
Fountain, Judy Higgs, Alfreda Cooper, Ruth Smith, Cynthia Brown,
Barbara Bastian, Harriet Dean and Vandalyn Fox, Sisters-in-law:
Genetta Dean and Rosita Maynard, Brothers-in-law: Nepheus Fox,
Rawle Maynard, and Gussie Turnquest, and other Relatives and Friends
including: Joseph Whylly, Deborah McKenzie, Theresa Kemp, Johnny
Taylor, Philip, Mark and Sandra Tumquest, Cyrian, Michael, John and
Peter Kemp, Loretta Beckford, Linda Johnson, Joseph Jolly, Anthony
and Linda Duncombe and Family, The Dean, Turnquest, Watson,
Cartwright, and Mortimer Families.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity" Suite at Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd, Robinson and Soldier Roads, on Friday
from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and then again at the church on
Saturday from 9:00 a. m. until service time.


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Priscilla Dorothy Mae
Neilly, 54

of Palm Beach Street, will be held
on Saturday, January 21st, 2006 at
1,:00 p. m. at The Final Hour
Apostolic Ministry Church, Fox Hill
Road East. Officiating will be Bishop
George Fowler, assisted by Pastor
Saveletta Fowler. Internment will.
follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.

Left to cherish her precious memories
are her Children: Minister Sandra
Saunders, Patrick Neilly, Brenda Neilly, Deborah Tirogene, Stephanie
Cooper, and Shenique Neilly, Adopted Children: Anastacha and
Kendal Neilly, Three Brothers: Solomon Rolle, Thomas Swain, and
Walter Musgrove, Uncle: Deacon Manny Rolle of Farmer's Hill,
Exuma, Grand Children: Kendeisha Neilly, Patharick, Swain and
April Neilly, Brandon, Ovando, and Delano Knowles, Tameko Neilly,
Johnell Williams, Jerome, Judlika, and Indera Kelly, Joanna and Jorcy
Tirogene, Terrisha, Mario, and Marco Duncan, Javon Forbes, Angel
and Zendall Cooper, and Alcindo Lowe, Mother-in-law: Alma Neilly,
Three Sons-in-law: Clinton Eugene Saunders, Joe Tirogene and Wendal
Cooper, One Daughter-in-law: Lorraine Neilly, Seven Sisters-in-
law: Janet Swain, Sarah Pinder, Marsha Neily, Debbie Evans, Malveina
Culmer, Edith Albury, Valerie Albury, and Natasha Neilly, Brothers-
in-law: Ranny Neilly, Darell Neilly, Clyde Pinder, and Sherman Albury,
numerous Nieces and Nephews, and a host of other Relatives and
Friends including: Kendal, Elton, Raymond, Uriah, and Jr. Rolle,
Annie Kemp, Lorraine Thompson, Karen Winters, Nurse Clementina
Mills, Furly Thompson, Angela Rahming, Nurse Carolyn Rolle, Karen
Stuart, Margo and Cynthia Stuart, Terseta Rahming, Tony Rolle, Andrea
Stuart, Marie, Elkin, Wesley, Leon, Elvara, Hillard, Ed, and Enamae
Flowers, Esrine Rolle, Laverne and Sandra Rolle, Leanna Vier and
Family, The Pratt, Denis, rolle, and Davis Families, Monique Pratt &
Family, Cocheese and Michael Pratt, Chandrew Dawkins, Lawrence,
The Families of Francitta Wallace, Levese Grant, Wendy Hamilton,
Claudia Rigby, Michael Stuart, Margaretta Barr, Tanisha Grant, Kelly
Family, The Families of Pressie Neilly, Maudray Wallace, Carry Albury,
Phyllis Bastian, Vericha Blatch, Ronald Reymond David, Emerald
Cash, Allyie Kelly, Beatrice Albury, Whelma Cash, and Linda Kelly,
and a host of other Relatives and Friends including: The Pratt Family,
Final Hour Family, the Davis and Rolle Families, the Families of
Georgie Russell, Bessie Fernander, Jennie Symonette, Albury and
Burrows Families, the Families of John Williams and Jenny Lloyd,
Collins Stuart, Leslie Greene, Simeon Stuart, and Rudolph Heel.


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Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 Fax: (242) 340-8034


Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd Robinson and Soldier Road on Friday
from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and then again at the church on
Saturday from 11:30 a. m. until service time.

Cosley Isaiah Griffin, 77

of Lowe Sound, Andros, will be held
on Sunday, January 22nd, 2006 at
10:00 a. m. at the Lowe Sound
SeSeventh-Day Adventist Church, North
Andros. Officiating will be Pastor
Dr. Leonard Johnson, Pastor Mark
SEwen and other Ministers. Interment
will follow in the Lowe Sound
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Cemetery, Andros.

Left to cherish his. memory are his
Wife of fifty years: Alma Griffin,
nee Russell, Children: Della Reese
Russell, Shenella Griffin-King, Jason, Sherry, Dotson, Terrell, Chester,
Rekell, Chuck, Teresa, and Vogel Griffin, and Tamara Scott, Grand
Children: D'Nard and Dominiuue Russell, Shatoya King, Andrea,
D'Angelo, Antonio, Nathan, Jonathan, Tyshawnna, Dotson Jr., Joshua,
Ryan, Terrell Jr., Chester Jr., Stephan, Rajaim, Candaisy Griffin, Sidney
Jr., Rashard, Catherine Wilson, Azaria Scott, and Trevaughn Griffin,
Daughters-in-law: Marcia, Tracy and Loama Griffin, Son-in-law:
Trevor Scott, Sister: Merlene Miller, Sisters-in-law: Prudence Rolle,
Eloise McQueen, Martha Dean, and Aretha Russell, Brothers-in-law:
Elder Laban Russell, Rev. Timothy Russell, Aldrick Russell, and Neville
Dean, "Brother" and Best Friend: Craven Russell, numerous Nieces
and Nephews including: Milton Russell, Audrey Russell, Lovely
Knowles, Oral and Vernon Evans, George, Willie, Alonza, Holland,
Dwayne, Betty Griffin, Leansa Ferguson, Madeline Williamson and
Carl Miller, Sarah Evans, Genevieve Knowles, Helena Russell, Wyommie
Knowles, Annalee and Jancy McQueen, Venola Russell and Family,
Milton Russell, Eureka Colebrooke, Hon. Darrell Rolle, Sabrina Poitier,
Betty Ann Russell and Family, Sheryl Russell, Zelamae, McGreg and
Keith Russell, and other Relatives and Friends including: Coral
Lewis and Family, Norma Jean Knowles and Family, Eliza and Lenamae
Griffin, Berris Barr, Lockswell Russell, Dr. Christopher Basden, Eddie
Rolle, an Family, Tess Kerr, Sydney Wilson Sr., Tara Adderley, Sheryl
Missick, Supt. Leland Russell, Elton King, Beverley Chambers, the
Taxi Drivers at the San Andros Airport, the Lowe Sound S. D. A.
Church, and the entire North Andros Community.

Viewing will be held in the "Irenic" Suite at Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Road on
Saturday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and then again at the
church in Andros from 8:30 a. m. until service tie
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P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 Fax: (242) 340-8034




Vincent Caison "Winky"
Wilkinson, 63

of King Street will be held on
Saturday, January 21st, 2006 at 3:00
p. m. at St. George's Anglican Church,
Montrose Avenue. Officiating will
be Fr. Kingsley Knowles, assisted by
Rev. Timothy Elder and Rev. Roland
Hamilton. Internment will follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

He is survived by his Wife: Ellen
"Neslie" Wilkinson, Son: Vincent
Jr."Six", Jasmond Wilkinson, Daughters: Arlene Wilkinson-Gilbert,
Michelle, Linda, and Shanell Wilkinson, Adopted Children:
Michael, Glen, David, Charles, Jarrad, Cheryl, Wendy Braynen,
Vangy, Kim, and Alicia, Sons-in-law: Berton Rodgers and A. S.
P. of H. M. P., Dennis Gilbert, Grand Children: Anastacia Gilbert,
Keilo, Nikeitha, and Keianna Henfield, Cortney and Bertan Jr.
Rodgers, and Giorgio Wilkinson, Great Grand Daughter: De'Najah
Gilbert, Sisters: Evangeline Penn, Gertrude Johnson, and Cynthia
Conyers, Brothers: Vernon "Boy", Sidney "Super", Franklyn
"Danny", and Dwain Wilkinson, Sisters-in-law: Meridith, Rosie,
and Lynda Wilkinson, Brother-in-law: Ivan Conyers, Uncle: Bruce
Francis, Aunts: Jeanie "Tita" Winder of Bullocks Harbour, Berry
Island, Icelyn Turnquest of Freeport, G. B., and Gwynneth of Long
Island, New York, Nieces: Hazel, Anya, Dr. Jacqueline Knowles,
Lolita, Tonya, Sheena, Denise, Dania, Gishlene, Cyde, Sophia,
Shaine, Sharmaine, Kim, Deanne, Eurika, June, and Yolanda,
Nephews: Anthony "Tony", Rudyard Jr., Ricco, Sean, Ian, Gregory,
Vanrod, Johnathan, Marco, Adrian, Ginari, Rovan, Dwayne Jr.,
Giovanni, Kenyon, Desmond, Joey, Herbert, and Vincent, Special
Friend: Thelma Braynen, other Relatives and Friends: Shirley
Woodside, Sheila McPhee, Debbie Pennerman, Val Barnett, Sondra
Cunningham, Daphne and Leon Minns, Diahann Sawyer, Leo Carey
& Family, Tenants of the Wilkinson Estate, the Dorsett Street Family,
the King Street Family, Marathon Estates Family, Burial Ground
Cr. Family, especially Asa Ferguson, The Rahming, Penn, Rolle,
and Armbrister Families, The Francis, Wynder, Wallace, Dean and
Balfour Families of Bullocks Harbour, Berry Island, Sonya Charlow
& Family, Basil Neymour & Family of Freeport, G. B., Al Jarret,
Gilbert Family, Morley Family, Gibson Family of Richmond Heights,
City Lumber Yard Staff, Terry Kemp of Freeport, G. B., and Radisson
Cable Beach Hotel (Staff Caf6).

Viewing will be held in the "Celestial" Suite at Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd, Robinson and Soldier Road on
Friday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and then again at the
church on Saturday from 1:30 p. m. until service time.


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MRS. MARY ANN

SMACKEY 85

a resident of 5th Street the Grove and formerly
of Mangrove Cay, Andros, will be held at St.
John's Native Baptist Cathedral, on Saturday
at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Michael
I C. Symonette & Rev. Dr. Hevis L. Bain.
Interment follows in the Church's Cemetery.

Cherished memory will linger in the hearts of
her daughters, Zelrona and Delores;
grandchildren, Demetria and Edward Jr.; great-grandchild, Jaylen Coakley;
grand son-in-law, Jermaine Coakley; adopted children, Mark and Linda
Wilson, Preenell Johnson, Veronica Hamilton, Barbara Clarke, Benard and
Shirley Bonamy, Reginald and Isadora Saunders, James and Laura Williams,
Dora Dean, Marina Hepburn, Joyce Morris; godchildren, Michael, Karen,
Linda, Christine, Dorinka, Edith, Clarice, Merrill, Romaine, Sonia, Marsha;
nieces and nephews, Rosemary Jones, Ellen Williams, Lucy, Olga Strachan,
Daphanie and Estella Jones, Miriam and Ida Curtis, Retta, Elizabeth and
Geraline Rolle, Estelle Saunders, McDonald and Judy, David and Judith,
Rasha and Daphne Simon and Charmaine, Samuel and Anne, Neville and
Ivis, Benjamin and Rosalie, Arnold and Bessie, Sylvia, Rejoina and Dorothy
Curtis, Arthur Jones, Edmund and Iris Mackey, Charles and Franklyn
Cambridge, Anthony Conyers, Emmanuel Mackey, Margaret and George
I.G. Stubbs, Gwendolyn Hall, Ena Mackey, Veray Gardiner, Valarie Coley,
Alma Mackey, numerous family and friends,.Clinton, Vernal and Kendrick
Whylly, Betty Rahming, Patricia Miller, Vivienne and Mikela Whylly,
Rosemary Rahming, Renee Bullard, C.J. and Sheila Baptiste, Lester Newton,
Marie Neely, Eulie, Sharon Wilson, Sevetra, Whitney, Manuel and Lina
Reyes, Joseph and Dorian Cox, Arlene Ching, Allen, Winston, The Philips
Family, Gwendolyn Gibson, Angela Morley, Muriel Ferguson, Mordess,
Sylvia Wallace, Perlean Johnson, Eva Smith, Kirklyn Barr, Corrine Cox,
Myrtle and Donna Murphy, Ironnica Baker, Re-Orian Rolle, Venus Ryan,
Frederick Butler, Helena Thompson, Gwen Hanna, Doris Fritzgerald,
Duchess Debbie Price, Walter and Philippa Robinson, Dr. Dabbie Hunt and
Judith Hall, Sheila Johnson, Miriam Butler Pratt, Shirley Smith, Deaconess
Sheila Seymour, Alsada Porter, Vera Jennings; daughters, Gomez; Bostwick,
Sands, Missick, Cooper and Young, Winston C. Rolle, Bishop Michael and
Rev. Hilda Symonette, Rev. Dr. O.A. and Mrs. Pratt, Rev Dr. Hervis and
Mrs. Bain, Bishop Delton and Mrs. Femander, Rev. Harry and Mrs. Davis,
Bishop Samuel Greene, Rev. Garette and Mrs. Rolle, Rev. Tyrone Knowles,
Elder Stephon, Rev. and Mrs. Delcosta, Rev. Levi Charlen, Grenelda Bodie
and family, Judith Morris Edgecombe, Rev. Clarence Knowles, Rev. Trajean
Jadrott, Apostle Rodney Roberts, The Back To The Island Singing Group,
The St. John's Native Baptist Congregation, New Destiny Baptist Church
Congregation, The Members of Curfew Temple #816, The Members of
Electa Chapter of Eastern Stars, The Members of The Good Samaritan
Lodge, The Coconut Grove Branch of The Progressive Liberal Party, Stalwart
Councilors of The Progressive Liberal Party, The Straw Vendors in the
Market Plaza Family, The Community of Coconut Grove, Especially 5th
Street.

Friends may pay their last respects at the Progressive Liberal Party
Headquarters, Gambier House on Friday from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. on
Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.










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MR. ISAAC
JOLLY, 73

a resident of Wemyss Bight, Eleuthera,
will be held at Mt. Olive Tabernacle
Assembly of God, Wemyss Bight,
Eleuthera, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Pastor Tyrone
Sands, assisted by Bishop Daniel
Nixon. Interment follows in Wemyss
Bight Public Cemetery.


Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Ellen Jolly; 4
daughters, Louise Smith, Alice, Creola and Agnes Jolly; 8
sons, Joseph, Calvin, Leroy, Wayne, James, Alfred, Tyrone
and Jackson; 2 sisters, Lizerene Hall and Kathleen McKenzie;
65 grandchildren, Marion, Preston, Monique, Mozena, Daniel,
Christopher, Crystal, Sharvado, Deangelo, Lewis, Rashad, .
Moeisha, Princess, Corey, Kendall, Francena, Shelly, Tamika,
Tony, Nadia, Nicole, Tishea, Altera, Shanrea, Desi, Alea,
Marissa, Anya, Antonne, Mitzy, Geo, Melissa, Rahseta,
Rudolph Jr., Audley, Lamar, Alvin, Waynett, Wayne Jr.,
Shereka, Ishka, Tyrone Jr, Tara, Denise, Jameca, Preston,
Carolyn, Jamie, Rashad, Roshea, Eulease, Samuel, Desmond,
Miranda, Desron, Geno, Gerald, Appleton, Shantorn,
Shannadoh, Royann, Leroy Jr., Ivan, Gelanto and Julianno;
18 greatgrandchildren, Mario, Paulisha, Marionique, Destiny,
Antonique, Prisca, Tanisha, Alicia, Alisha, Darren Jr., Shama,
Jasmine, Christopher, Audrey, Audley Jr., Alea, Alex and
Shontavia; daughters-in-law, Carolyn, Sharon, Areatha, Karen
and Denise; son-in-law, Moses Smith; sister-in-law, Iva Jolly,
Edith Moxey and Victoria Brown; brothers-in-law, James,
Harold, Leon, George, John and Sidney Brown; nieces, Lydia,
Margie, Millie, Gloria, Muriel, Gladys, Rubyann, Helen,
Marion, Mary, Laverne, Marion, Jackie and Annamae;
nephews, Michael, Lionel, Oral, Henry, James, Samuel and
Eddie; other relatives including, Patsy Gibson, Louise
Thompson, Roscoe Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Bethel,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, Mr. Gifford Sweeting, Granville
Young, Mrs. Charlotte Young and family, Kevin Sears, James
Young, John Pinder, Jamaal, Charles Mackey Jr., Paul and
Eddison Thompson, Devon Young, Jimmy McKinney, Maud
McKinney, Earlene Thompson, Jrffrey Gibson, Richard
Culmer, Bishop Daniel Nixon, Pastor Carl Nixon, Pastor
Gregory Collins, Rudolph Sweeting, Floyd Deveaux, Nurse
Rosie McPhee, Nurse Monique Green, Dr. Sidney Smith,
Wings of Deliverance Church Family, the entire community
of Wemyss Bight and Waterford, Irene Rolle and the
Honourable J. Oswald Ingraham M.P.
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Friends may pay their last respects at the church in Wemyss
Bight Eleuthera, from 6:00 p.m. on Friday until service time
on Saturday. Funeral arrangements are handled by Demeritte's
Funeral Home.


SHAWN DERICK
WILLIAMS, 30

a resident of Baillou Hill Road, will
be held at First Baptist Church, Market
Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Earle
Francis. Interment follows in Southern
Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard
Roads.


Left to cherish his memory are his adopted mother, Rosalie
Moss; father, Charles Farrington; step mother, Portia
Farrington; grandmother, Malvese Cooper; son, Shawn
Shavano Jr.; daughter, Shawndia Williams; brother, David
Adderley; sisters; Oriandalee and Stacyann Adderley,
Shaventa and Gaylene Farrington; adopted brothers, Vincent
Eltamont and Renrick Moss; adopted sisters, Sharmaine and
Shameir Moss; nephew, Cecil Williams Jr.; aunts, Dianne
Williams; Janette and Elizabeth Bain, Deborah and Charlene
Williams, Rudell Bain, Minister Diane Coakley, Christine
Bain of Cat Island, Nancy Gilbert of New York, Elaine
Fernander and Pastor Sandra Miller of Freeport, Grand
Bahama; uncles, Prophet Anthony Williams, Tyrone Williams,
Rufus Bain, Bradley, Bryan and Harcourt Fernander, Joseph
Gilbert of New York and Pastor Michael Coakley; grandaunts,
Hazel Bannister, Natalie Johnson, Bernadette Adderley, Erma
Burrows of Liberty City, Miami, Fla.; Sarah Williams, Edna
and Lucille Bonaby; grand uncles, Gerald, Ansel and Cramwell
Stubbs, Cecil Johnson, Ucal and Roger Bonaby; numerous
relatives and friends including, Maria Turnquest, Gloria
Deveaux, Hilda Antonio, Patricia Storr, Princess Culmer,
Sidney and Linda Storr, Monique Hutchinson, Patrice, Phyllis,
Sharmaine, Cynthia, Wendy, Frankie, Sadat, Diann, Theodore,
Lashawn, Jamal, Jason, Jermaine, Kim Dean, Easternee,
Valchino, Dera, Shenique, Shanell, Luksy, Billy, Felicianna
Williams, Ricardo and Denise Belle, Ricardo Toote, Bimini
Avenue family, Hard Rock family, Junior Newbold, Ragged
Island Street Boys and Hossanna Baptist Church family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday
and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service
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Bethel Brothers Morticians
0 Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
-Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026

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SHAROLD RUPERT
DOTTIN, 74

of Millars Height, Carmichael Road and
formerly of Bimini, will be held on
Saturday 10:00 a.m. at Christ the King
AnglicanChurch, Ridgeland Park, West.
Archdeacon I. Ranfurly Brown will
officiate. Interment will be made in
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J.F.K.
Drive.

His survivors includes his devoted wife
Marion; six children, Carmen Dottin-Moss, Selvin Dottin, Humphrey
Dottin, Kim Cambridge, Deidra Dottin and Valerie Smith; sisters,
Inez Hinzey, Ermine Dottin-Major, and Rachael Gibbs; brother,
Anthony Vega; aunts, Alma Brown, Enid Sherman and Vervie Thomas;
sons-in-law, Addington (Bud) Cambridge and Michael Smith;
daughter-in-law, Lena Dottin; brother-in-law, Stanley Gibbs; sisters-
in-law, Minnie Davis, Pearl Levarity, Jennis Kelly, Pamela Rolle,
Dorothy Dottin and Annis Robins; grand sons, Michael Arden,
Donovan, Humphrey Jr., Kimani, Sieron, Matthew and Ashton;
granddaughters, Laquinta, Aja, Sarah-Vaughn, Seleyse, Aspin, Gina,
Rosemary, Meagan, Ominique, Morgan and Maleah; great
grandchildren, Kavon, Kimani, Allayah, Allesha, Amy, Israel, Micayle,
Deja and Mickayla; numerous nieces and nephews; numerous grand
nieces and nephews; godchildren, Garfield Brennen, Jarvis Stuart,
Nina Scantlebury, Emil Saunders, Pamula Mills and Paul Rolle.

Other relatives and friends, Frank Hinzey and family, James Weech
and family, Ansil Saunders and family, Howard Saunders and family,
Mrs. Irene Ellis and family, Judy Cooper, Kermit Rolle, Bishop,
Sweeting, Calvary Bible Church family, Good News Seventh Day
Adventist Church family, Sam Campbell and family, Judy Roberts,
Lawrence Farrington and family, Caregivers, Dr. Eugene Gray, Nurses
N.O.W., Dr, Duane Sands, Dr. John Lunn. Dr. Kevin Moss, Dr. Ian
Kelly, Kenneth Pratt, Charlie Jean, staff of Scotiabank, Palmdale,
Winifred Sherman and family, Arthur Armbrister and family, the
Quant family, Christ the King Church family, the Oncology
Department, Radiation Unit, Canon Dudley Strachan and family, the
Community of Bimini, Aramintha Curry and family (Abaco), Wheatley
Miller and family, Arlington Miller and family, Mr. Hamilton and
family, Isadora Bastian and family, the Newry family, Joseph Johnson
and family, Stanley Burrows and family, Stanley. McCalla and family,
Alphaeus Ramsey and family, Christine Gibson and family, Mizpah
Strachan and family, Reverend Carrington Pinder and family, Mrs.
Petral Rolle and family, Mr. Cedric Curry and family, Rudolph
Burgzorg and family, Alma Beneby and family, Oleta Carroll and
family, Amos Flowers and family, the Carmichael Community
Consultative Committee Carmichael Police Station, staff of The
Attorney General's office, staff of R. W. Beck and Company, Orlando,
Florida, staff of The Compleat Angler Hotel and Mariner, Bimini,
staff of The Central Bank of The Bahamas, staff of Agriculture
Fisheries and Local Government, staff of Bahamas Broadcasting
Corporation, Freeport .


Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians
#44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on
Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.


WALTER GEORGE
ARTHUR, 76

of Marathon Estates and formerly of Turks
and Cacios, will be made on Saturday at
2:00 p.m. at St John's Native Baptist
Church, Meeting Street. Bishop Michael
Symonette will officiate assisted by Rev'd
Dr. Hervis Bain and other ministers.
Interement will be made in the church's
cemetery.


SHe will forever be missed by his loving
and devoted children; four daughters, Alice
Judy, Telsine and Sonya; two sons, Basil of Manchester, England
and Dwayne; adopted daughter, Dion Smith of Freeport, Grand
Bahama; sons-in-law, Elvis McPhee and Caley Irvin-Cornelson of
Missisippi, U.S.A.; daughter-in-law, Sandra Arthur of Manchester;
four grandchildren, Tameka, Dario, Waynette and Treighton; sisters-
in-law, Rose Hutchinson and Henrietta Rolle; nieces including Venus
Stubbs, Alice, Roselyn Toote, Edna Cunningham, Penditer Hutchinson
and Lucile Skippings; nephews including Brown, William and Sam
Hutchinson; other relatives and friends including, Orecia Clarke and
family, Mary Sweeting and family, Brenda Mott and family, Saunders
Smith and family, Thomas Smith and family, Arthur Penn and family,
Richard Gibbs and family, Vera Jennings and family, Sadie Moss
and family, Ossie Bullard and family, Esther Carter and family, Hilton
Taylor and family, Anita Gibson and family, Roslyn Gibson, Edlene
Smith, Dennis, Lucy, Walter, Mary and Euda Penn, Cecil Ingraham,
Clarice Fullford and family, Ossie Forbes and family, Gwen Robinson
and family, Cpt. Garnet Rolle, Hilda.Robinson and family, Wilka,
Kendal, Ossie, Lionel, Barbara Cooper and family, the Robinson
families, the Sweeting family, the McPhee family, Elva Williams and
family, Rev'd Dr. O. A. Pratt and Mother Pratt, the St. John's Native
Baptist Cathederal Church family, New Destiny Church family,
Marion Brown and family, Alsaida Porter and family, Leona Carey,
the Marathon Estates community, Dr. Dwayne Sands, Dr. Farquharson,
Dr. Gloria Ageeb, The Honourable Ron Pinder, the Engineering
Department of Atlantis (formerly Britannia Beach Hotel), Simeon
Rolle, Joe Adderley, Jeffrey, Clifford Nairn, Charles and Patrina
McPhee, Agatha Sands, Mitzie Swaby, Delton Bain, the Wilmott
family, the Lennox Paton family, the Department of Statistics family
and the E.N.I. Bank Family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians
#44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on
Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and the church from 12:30
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RIB #151
1992 YAMAHA SECA II, RED
$2,000.OOONO
Street motorbike, 6 speed, clean, one owner
Tel: 324-3140 Cell: 557-9877











RIB #156- D.A CELLULAR
Razor @ $375.00
Nokia 6102 @ $330.00
Coming soon, motorola SLVR
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Contact 424-5445


In 3 TO 5 days
Guaranteed!!!
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ATTENTION RETAILERS
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Call: 422-5475


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ATTENTION RETAILERS
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NEW MOTOROLA RAZR
$299.99
Phone of the year, new in the box
Tel: 394-3947 call after 6:pm or
Cell: 455-2623
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TRIB #186
NEW CELL PHONES GSM
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BLACK WITH GREY INTERIOR
$6,000.00 ONO
GOOD CONDITION, ONE DRIVER, AC,
TEL: 392-1160
CELL: 427-1224 OR 341-7014
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2002 HONDA PASSPORT
V6 engine, Burgundy with grey interior,
power door- lock, power windows,
alarm with remote start, keyless entry,
pioneer stereo system
$17,000.00
Contacts: 535-6916/436 -7697
426-4728 or 324-8238


FRIB #181
1995 NISSAN ALTIMA
Dark grey with light grey interior. P/S, P/W, P/M,
A/C. Many new parts installed,
but needs engine head, Make an offer.
Tel: 426-5122



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MISSING DOGS
ANSWERS TO THE NAME OF
PANDER AND AFTER YOU
PLEASE CALL
TEL: 356-9459
CELL: 565-3782 MS SMITH


1999 FORD ESCORT 2x2
Red with tan interior. Just in from US, power
everything, standard shift, tints, CD player
$5,500.00 as is
Tel: 341-6720 Cell: 456-5516 or 394-4128


1991 MAZDA SENTIA
Brown with beige leather interior, Auto,
full power & fully loaded with cold AC.
Low mileage
Only $4,700.00
Tel: 325-3443 or 424-0035


2000 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
Red with black interior
T-top, 13 disc CD changer DVD,
like brand new
Tel: 394-7019


TRIB #183
1997 Isuzu Rodeo,
less than 42K miles, A/C, Power Steering,
premium sound system, AM/FM Stereo,
Cassette, CD, grill Guard, Roof Rack,
automatic transmission, in great shape.
Asking $8,500.00 OBO.
Please call 477-2256


2000 NISSAN PATHFINDER, GOLD
EXCELLENT CONDITION,
ONE LADY OWNER, LOW MILES
A/C, C/D, CASSETTE PLAYER
4 BRAND NEW TIRES
$15,900
326-3100 ask for Darnell, 364-2444(after 5:00pm) .
457-1762


1997 TOYOTA AVALON
Dark green with beige interior
$7,000.00
Runs smooth, cool AC, power everything.
2005 Hyundai Elantra, excellent condition, CD, alarm,
low low mileage, cool AC,
$14,500.00 Fully loaded, power everything.
1998 MIT Lancer cool Ac, fair condition, runs smooth
power everything
$4,000.00
Tel: 327-2257 Cell: 436-0221/454-1064 or 302 3916'


2001 PLYMOUTH NEON
(Burned orange) grey/black interior, 4 door,
18" rims CD, Clean title, Excellent condition.
Must see. $6,000.00 ONO
Tel: 393-34359(Nico) or 394-5555 (Thera)
393-5426 Evening(Nico/Thera)


RIB #203
1993 FORD EXPLORER
(2 door sport jeep) Green with tan interior
$3, 900.00 ONO
Excellent running condition. CD player, new
paint job, AC needs repair.
Sell as is. Good buy
Tel: (Mon- Fri ) 502-2350 or 51
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TRIB #204
1997 FORD F-150 XLT
Black, 3 door
$9,500.00 OBO
CD player, 18" rims, leather interior and extras.
Ask for Kenny/Samantha
Tel: 322-4254 Cell: 557-5367


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White with beige interior.
Excellent condition,
110.600 Mileage. USD 6,000.00
Tel: 502-7917 or 363-4528(weekend)


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2001 CHEVY IMPALA
$10,800.00 ONO
Pioneer sound system, tints, automatic door,
windows, 20" rims, spoiler, alarm,
Excellent condition
Tel: 392-1930 or 392-0943
Cell: 426-0644


TRIB #146


1999 MERCEDES BENZ C280
"Elegance" Silver with blue leather interior.
Fully loaded. Wood trim,
power heated seats, parking sensors,
xenon lights,
6 CD changer, sunroof.
Serious inquiries only
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TRIB #150- 2004 TOYOTA COROLLA
Silver with grey interior
$15,000.00 ONO
Automatic, excellent condition, well kept, one
owner, garage kept
Tel: 324-3140 Cell: 557-9877


TRIB #155
1995 NISSAN ALTIMA
Burgundy with grey interior
$2.300.00
Clean, good running, AC, radio.
good to go
Tel: 341-8109
Cell: 454-3859 or 426-6610














TRIB ft159
2003 HAOJN HJ150-3
Blue/ Silver, Cruiser 150CC
$1,900.00 Low miles
Call: 557-2876


1993 HONDA ACCORD LX
White with blue interior.
$3, 200.00 ONO
Alarm system, good condition.
Tel: 324-5640(hm)eve
Cell: 557-0174 or 302-9804(wk)


1997 HONDA CIVIC
Red with black/grey interior, 2 door, low miles
\C, CD player, sunroof. Excellent condition, new
tires $6,800.00
Also for sale 1997 Honda Accord
$7,000.00
2000 Honda Accord $12,000.00
Tel: 324-1644 Cell: 427-5063 or 636-4099


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Gold with tan ieatner intericr
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1999 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN
Very clean, in dash DVD, CD, AC,
New 20" rims & tires
$8,500.00
Tel: 242-351-4433 or 533-3049


TRIB #176
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA SE
Skyblue with grey interior
$10,000 or $9,500.00 Negotiable
Surround sound ststem,
turbo fog lights, and grey tints
Tel: 324-5167
Cell: 436-2591 or 322-8980


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Beige with brown interior
$2,200.00 ONO
Engine runs like new
Tel 393-8798 Cell: 395-6341
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TRIB #161 1998 BMW FOR SALE
323iS E36 model, $11,500
2 door sports coupe, Black with grey leather interior,
No accidents, 2 owners from new, 2.51 V6 Engine,
5 speed transmission. Harmon kardon stereo /12
speaker & 6 disc CD changer. front/side airbags,
Factory OEM sunroof. diamond spoke, BMW alloy
rims, active stability control BMW factory sports
suspension upgrade hardwired hands free kit for
motorloa startac. Privacy handset
Tel: 356-4002 ext.107 Cell: 424-0419 or 324-3953


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BBF #524
2000 Lexus RX 300 Jeep,
clean title,
S20.000 O.B.O,
Call: 535-1536 or 341-6629


BBF #526
1996 Toyota Celica,.
stick shift, RHD, Al condition, fully
loaded, $6,400 OBO,
Call: 323-1894 ext. 238 or 357-4027
ask for Philip


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3BF #527
1 Dining Rm Set,
6 seats and expands to 8, China Cabinet also
available, sold together or apart,
$500 for both,
Call: 324-1707 or 422-1463


MAGNUM FIBERGLASS SYSTEMS BBF #532 2000 YAMAHA YZF 400
WITH CHOPPER GUN FOUR STROKE, BIKE REDONE
MAGNUM GELCOAT SYSTEM (NEW YELLOW PLASTICS / LOTS OF NEW
BOTH SYSTEMS CAM SPRAY HEAVY PARTS) BIKE LIKE NEW
PRODUCTS, PAID $ 16,000.00 COMPLETE SET OF MOTOCROSS GEAR
USED 5 TIMES, MAKE OFFERS FULL COVER AND SOME spare PARTS
PH 364-8218/ CELL 457-4078 $6,000.00 PH 364-8218/CELL 457-4078
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18 ft COBIA OPEN FISH
$2,000.00 OBO
26ft 4 WHEEL FLOAT ON TRAILER
$2000.00 OBO
PH 364-8218
CELL 457-4078


2004 TOYOTA COROLLA LXI
Blue with grey interior, 4 door
$15,500.00
Only 6,000 miles, balance of factory warranty,
Excellent condition, power windows and locks,
CD stereo.
Tel: 363-2000 ext 64537 Cell: 422-5986


2003 GMC 271
Full size, black with grey leather interior,
Very well kept, Only 17,000 miles
clean title, like new
$34,500.00 OBO
Tel: 427-0737/ 426-5003 or 323-3894


BBF #530
FORD F-150 KING RANCH
S(NEW 50 MILES ON TIERS)
18" RIMS WITH INSERTS AND NUTS
ALTERRAINE TIERS
MAKE OFFERS
PH 364-8218
CELL 457-4078


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2003 FORD RANGER EDGE
Blue, Excellent condition
$12,850.00 OBO
only 29,000 miles
clean, must see!!!
Tel:427-0737 426-5003 323-3894


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WIRELESS NOTEBOOKS FOR SALE
$1299.99 ONO
BRAND NEW IN THE BOX.
Dell and Toshiba Mobile Notebooks with
carrying case/the following specs:-
Wi-Fi, 15" LCD display, 512 megs of ram,
DVD/CDRW, 60 Gig HDD, 3-4 hour battery
life, WXP Home, Microsoft office, Norton
System works 2006, Hoyle Board Games.
Call: Ken @324-8880/359-0888


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1994 Honda Civic,
green, 5-spd, clean black int. great on gas,
good car to get around in.
$1,750,
Call: 328-4168 or 454-3622


BBF #500
We have approximately,
10 local trade ins that need to go,
no reasonable offer will be refused, @
Sanpin Motors, Call: 325-0881-2 Come
down and see them!!!!!


BBF #504
1993 Toyota Surf,
make an offer,
Call: IBC AUTO
393-6081
393-6081


BBF #508
1995 Honda Civic, black,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 324-6356
or
454-7473


2002 Chevy Impala,
fully loaded, keyless entry,
20" chrome rims, everything works,
tints 20%,
excellent condition,
$11,000 ONO,
Call: 395-4900


1995 Nissan Sunny,
Auto, CD, tints, leather int.
running good,
$5,500 OBO,
Call: 341-0957


1999 Eddie Bauer Expedition,
needs minor work, in good running
condition, excellent body condition,
$8,500,
Call: 455-0540


1999 Monte Carlo,
black, rims, leather Burberry,
just as it is for more,
$10,000 ONO
Call: 394-7463
or
436-7699


BBF #513
1997 Honda Accord,
black, good condition, automatic, P/W, JVC CD
player, A/C, tint, alarm, P/L, clean interior,
Licensed until Nov. 2006,
$5,000 ONO,
Call: 326-7169 or 382-4954


2003 Mazda Protege,
18" rims, CD, A/C, remote start,
keyless entry,
$8,500,
Call: 535-4225


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IB #101997 HONDA ACCORD
1994 CADILLAC DEVILLE Tan with tan interior, like new $7,500.00,
Silver with grey interior, $6000 without rims & set.
20" rims, pioneer power sound system, 1999 Cadillac Deville, fully loaded,
CAC, Leather dash D changer, 20" rims $14,000,
A, Leader as 1993 Buick Lesabre $2,800
$6,800.00 ONO 1997 Ford Expedition $9,000
Tel: 457-2791 1993 Buick need little engine work
-i 1(1: 552-827.7O-'or 323-5199 Asking $1.,800,00Q ,- .,
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1999 Nissan Altima,
white, 17" chrome rims, CD,
good running condition, A/C, leather, fully pwr,
tints, new speakers, crystal lights,
S..$5 000
.. d,; I., <'," ll^3'6^ 4' r.8443 616 45


BBF #520

Dodge Ram For Sale,
$5,000 ONO,
Call: 324-2086


BBF #515
'45 2000 Dodge Ram,
V6 Engine, Good Condition,
$10, 900 ONO,
Call: 364-7131 or 423-7271


1995 Mark II Grand Ltd.,
fully powered, immaculate condition,
very low mileage, cool A/C,
$6,800 ONO
Tel:393-4552 or422-4231


Nissan 5 Ferie (Infiniti J-30)
2 available,
$6,495 @ Sanpin Motors,
325-0881-2
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1999 Honda Accord,
immaculate condition, power everything, A/C,
6 disc CD changer, 5 speed shift,
$7,800 OBO,
Call: 341-1645 or 436-5869,
Leave Message


2004 Dodge Neon,
white, 18" chrome rims, A/C, cassette,
A-1 condition, low mileage,
very clean in and out,
$10,000,
Call:357-7935, 325-5082, or 323-5138


BBF #461
1996 Nissan Ad Wagon,
the ideal run about, very clean and loaded,
@ Sanpin Motors warranty,
licensed, etc.
$5,995,
Call: 325-0881-2


BBF #424 2003 Nissan Maxima,
navy blue, SE Titanium edition, fully loaded,
grey leather, sunroof, 6 disc in dash CD player,
bose sound system, Pwr everything, automatic
A/C, 20" chrome rims,
low mileage, clean in & out,
Call: 454-8694 or 356-5477
Also 2003 Altima for Sale!!


1995 Buick Park Avenue,
20" chrome rims, tints, A/C, CD,
$4,500 ONO,
Call: 324-0316


1999 Ford Taurus
in excellent condition, fully loaded, priced right
$9,995
@ Sanpin Motors warranty, licensed, etc.
325-0881-2
trade ins accepted


Chrysler Sebring,
very clean, loaded & priced right,
$19,995,
Come and get it at Sanpin Motors,
325-0881-2
licensed, etc. trades in welcome


2004 Nissan Sentra,
B-15 model, 2 available,
@ Sanpin Motors warranty,
licensed, etc.
$14,500
325-0881-2


BBF #489
2003 Land Rover Discovery,
fully loaded, dual/sunroof,
CD, like new, leather interior,
$30,000 ONO,
serious inquiries only,
Call: 328-5679


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BBF #491
2001 Hyundai Sonata GLS,
V6, pwr everything, auto, CD,
EWxcellent condition,
$6,500,
Call: 325-6500 or 457-2526


BBF 4503
2003 Nissan Sentra, 2.5 LE SPECV,
lke new. dual alarm system. A/C,
suround song music system,
all: 356-3065 477-0199 392.2130
S Cail: 356-3065/ 477-0199/ 392i2130


Kia Rio- Demo Model,
only 750 KM factory, warranty, applies
$15,000,
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BBF #507
1998 Ford F-150,
excellent condition, needs trans.
Repair, $7,000 ONO,
S TI J I0 Ia n or 324-7620
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Make Money Every Day,
Foyota Coaster. 31 seater, A/C, new caps, clean
int. radio/cassette, color TV, tints, auto door,
new paint, excellent condition, good to go,
$17,500,
Sail: 477-37 ()t-C. t'-Of?!


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Yamacraw Beach Estates
80x120 Large homesite near
lovely beaches, near to Blue
Water Cay, asking $75,000.00
South Beach Estates Area -
four unit apartment site near
shops, schools, bus stop.
82x100-asking $85,000.00. -
owner will listen to offers Call
for details!
Charlotteville Subdivision
next to Old Fort Bay, gated and
fully enclosed with security,
infrastructure going in now, lots
60x120 start at $84,000.00.
Call for an appointment to view!
Blue Water Cay, new gated
subdivision located on Fox Hill
Road South near to Yamacraw
Beach Estates all lots are
water-front, fully secured; Size-
75x175, prices start at
$255,000.00 owner financing
available.
Southern Seas, new gated
subdivision located on Bacardi
Road, next to Venice Bay, sizes
start at 80x100, water-front lots
available. Marina, 24hr
security- introductory prices
start at $80,000.00.
Old Fort Bay, next to Lyford
Cay, gated, 24hr security,
water-front, beach- front and
canal. Lots 75x170 start at
$375,000.00; homes start at
$850,000.00.
Venice Bay, located on
Bacardi Road, fully developed
residential community with
Marina, tennis courts, pool and
plans for hotel and marina.
Residential, apartments and
commercial lots available; sizes
100x100 start at $95,000.00.
Dorsettville Subdivision,
located on East St. South, next
to South Beach Estates, duplex
lots 50x100; asking
$50,000.00
Newll South Ocean Estates -
Newly developed, Single-
Family Duplex and Multi-Family
sites available- 100x100 from $
80,000.00. Take advantage of
introductory price
3 minutes from South Ocean
and Jaws Beaches.
Westwinds Subdivision new
subdivision, located in Love
Beach, surrounded by million.
dollar homes, duplex lots
60x100 start from $80,000.00
Buy now before price
increases.
For an appointment to view
Tel. 323-1983.


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ERAR
DUPUH REAL ESTATE
www.radupuchb.tcm
HOMES/APARTMENTSICOND
OMINIUMS/COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS
3526 Palmdale: Multi level
commercial property with great
rental history ($74,000 per
annum gross rental return) with
established long-term tenants
(100% occupancy). 8 rental
units in total make this a
worthwhile investment
opportunity. $695,000.
3348 Palmdale: Centrally
located warehouse located just
off Mackey Street. It is a perfect
location for servicing the
Palmdale, Paradise Island and
Marathon districts. Divided
interior layout, enclosed yard
with Caterpillar auto-start
generator and bathroom.
318,000.
3511 Eastern Road: Hilltop
three storey 4 bed, 4 bath
home enjoy beautiful ocean
views, 18000 gallon swimming
pool, Jacuzzi and spacious
giving areas.$1,175,000.
3503 Blair: Well constructed 3
bed 3.5 bath spacious home on
double lot almost 3/4 acre in
size, tile floors, large living
area, landscaped grounds,
insulated ceilings, air
conditioning, double garage,
shutters and 2 storage
buildings. $599,000.
3535 East Bay St: Multi-level 3
bed home located on East Bay
Street detailing comfortable
living spaces and perfect
location for boaters. Other
features include dock with boat
lift, 20KW generator, electric
roll down hurricane shutters
and a game room with pool
table. $4,950,000.
3551 Blair: Furnished 4 bed, 3
bath multi-level home, details
include a pool and spacious
living areas. $508,000.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or (242)
394-1494
Fax: (242) 394-1453
lnfo@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com

TREASURE COVE

One of a kind Eleuthra Model,
beach front house,
upgrade construction,
special concrete drive way,
updated kitchen, laundry tray,
high end tiles in dining,
kitchen and laundry area
including bathrooms.
Carpet in 3 bedrooms,
larger property than normal
Asking $358,000 Gross ono.
Phone 565-9095.


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LOTS FOR SALE


INDIGO SUBD West Bay St
elevated corner lot w/ocean
view, $160,000.
VISTA MARINA, West Bay St
105x150 Single-Family Lot in
exclusive area, $180,000
WESTWIND SUBD, West Bay
St. Duplex & Single-Family Lots
@ only $80,000 with $4,000
Down, Pools, Tennis Courts,
24hrs sec avail. Phone Now.
JACARANDA, New Gated
Subd, opp Old Fort Bay,
11,000-13,000sq ft Single-
Family Lots @ a steal
$115,000. Multi-Family Lots are
well over 1/2 acre in size,
$250,000.
CORAL VISTA SUBD, 75x120,
road to road Single- Family
Lots, $76,000, $3,825 Down.
CORAL HARBOUR, Duplex
Lot with. partial sea view,
$76,000, $3,800 Down.
GLADSTONE ROAD, Lots
60x1 00 Residential Lots
$42,000, $2,100 Down.
Duplex Lots $45,000, $2,500
CONDOS
Nautica West Bay St, gated
community, with pools,
playground, etc. 3 bed, 3.5 bath
new condos w/covered parking
custom cabinet with granite
counter tops.
$470,000/$500,000.
STANFORD DR, 3 bed, 3.5
bath, fully fum, new town
house, with large pool, stand by
generator, very tasteful, price
reduced to $350,000. Rental
$3,500/pm.
SEA BEACH ESTS, West Bay
St, 2 bed, 1 bath fum, Apt
$175,000.
FARMER'S HILL, EXUMA, 1
acre of elevated land with
unobstructed beautiful ocean
views, $300,000.
FOREIGN BUYERS WHO
INVEST $500,000
automatically, qualify for
permanent residence status.
Contact: Mr Wells at
Tropical Realty
327-1102
DREAM DEVELOPMENT LTD
Thank ALL our Customers in
2005
STARTING 3RD JANUARY,
2006 TO 28TH FEB, 2006
WE WILL PAY ALL LEGAL
FEES, CONTRACTORS ALL
RISK INSURANCE AND
DRAW PLANS FOR ALL
CUSTOMERS.
HOUSE PACKAGES
STATING @ $6,500 DOWN
DUPLEX PACKAGES
STARTING @ $7,500 DOWN
TRIPLEX PACKAGES
STRATING @ $9,000 DOWN
CALL 394-8889,394-8890,
394-7799, OR 4/7, 380-8010.


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REALTY
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RESIDENTIAL
VISTA MARINA! 2bd/2bt
townhouse set within walking
distance to the beach. Features
include Jacuzzi in master
bathroom, two closets one
being a master walk-in, wooden
cypress ceilings, central a/c
and ceiling fans. Appr. 1,400
SF of living space. Partially
furnished. Web Ref: 10112.
Price: $250,000
PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!
Spacious parcel boasts almost
15,000 SF of prime real estate
and offers 115' of canal
frontage. Ideal for avid boaters
who desire on-premise dock for
private yacht. Vacant lot is
ready and waiting to support
expansive new villa, designed
and built according to owner's
taste, specifications, timeline
and budget. Web Ref. 5084.
Price: $575,000
SANYPORT! Townhouse
located in desirable gated
community with 4bd/3.5bt and
tastefully furnished. Features
modem kitchen with a covered
outdoor patio area for relaxing
and entertaining. In addition,
located on canal and has a
private dock slip. Web Ref:
10009. Price: $575,000
CAMPERDOWNI
Contemporary elegance best
describes this fabulous home,
4bd/3.5bt with endless
features. Designer kitchen with
stainless steel appliances
hurricane impact windows anc
impressive master suite. 1 acre
of property with electronic gate
pool and covered patio
Immaculate condition. Web
Ref: 9695. Price: $890,000
EASTERN ROAD! Lush native
landscaping blankets 20,00(
SF parcel. Fantastic 3bd/3b
waterfront villa erected ir
classic Bahamian style ih
entertainer's paradise, boasting
separate living and dining
areas, large family room
modem kitchen, expansive
seaside porch and full
functional wet bar in master
suite. On-premise dock fo
private yacht. 10KW generator
Web Ref. 2739. Price: $1.43M
OLD FORT! 4bd/5.5b
Bahamian-style waterfron
home sits on a 15,000 SF cul
de-sac parcel in exclusive
gated community. Property
features native landscaping
sparkling pool, expansive patb
and canal views. Community
offers boat dockage, clubhouse
and access to white san
-beaches. 6,000 SI
professionally furnished interoi
Amenities include verandahs
center-island kitchen, library 1
guesthouse. Web Ref: 1009C
Price: $2.995M
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltc
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs


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REALTY

EASTERN ROAD Beautiful
5bd/4bt Colonial style home on
3-1/2 acres overlooking
Montague Bay. Features
include a beach, dock, 2-
bedroom cottage and more.
Web Ref: 5548. Price: $3.5M
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES!
Spectacular custom-built home
designed to maximize ocean
and golf course views. 2-story
villa spans 8,500 SF, including
7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms,
with premium top of the line
finishes in all living areas. 0.69
acre parcel features open
courtyard, pool and
landscaping. Appliances
included. Web Ref. 9737.
Price: $6.5M
RENTALS
TROPICAL GARDENS! Brand
new rental out west
conveniently located within a
few minutes of a beach and the
airport. 2bd/lbt rental features
appliances and ductless central
a/c. Web Ref: 10099. Price:
$1,200 plm
CABLE BEACH! Lovely
lbd/1bt condo with recent
upgrades located in quiet
complex with pool. Features
include an open kitchen, new
appliances and wall a/c units.
Offered fully furnished. Web
Ref: 7841. Price: $1,300 p/m
CABLE BEACH 3rd floor
condo in an old Bahamian
home with stunning ocean
views and beautiful beachfront
with gazebo. Peaceful and
private location yet within easy
reach of shopping, a school
.and exciting nightlife. Offers
tiled floors throughout, security
bars and a/c. Water and cable
included. Offered furnished.
Web Ref: 10109. Price: $2,200
p/m
t
n PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!
s2,200 SF, 3-story colonial
waterfront townhouse features
modern kitchen and 3bd/3.5bt
including secluded second floor
master with private balcony &
guest bedroom spanning entire
Third floor. Covered patio
comes complete with
sitting/dining area and stunning
canal views. Web Ref. 7154.
Price: $5,000 p/m
t DICK'S POINT! 3bd/3.5bl
- condo in gated community
overlooking Montague Bay,
Central a/c, tiled floors, tennis,
Sool, boat slip. Offered fully
finished. Web Raef 6159.
SPrice: $5,500 p/m
J LYFORD CAYI Luxurious
F 4bd/4.5bt home located ir
exclusive gated community
SFeatures include a fully
K equipped kitchen, walk-ir
. closets, 2-car garage, pool
self-contained live-in suite anc
much more. Web Ref: 6631
Price: $8,000 p/m
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd
Ph: 242-393-8618


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GLENVENO'S
MARKET PLACE
TEL 356-0894, 395-4801





NEW YEAR
Get Your Gift
5% Down Payment
HOUSE PACKAGES!
3-bed, 2-bath, living, dining,
kitchen, carport, utility
$140,000.00
2-bed, 2 bath without carport
$120,000.00
3-bed, 2-bath-without Carport
$128,000.00

DUPLEX PACKAGES
Complete Price $175,000.00
Owner side: 2-bed, 2-bath
Rented side: 2 -bed, 1-bath
Sw/$20,000 worth of Furniture
(with fumiture $195,000)
Owners with lots in the
following area:-
Faith Gardens, Golden
Gates, Garden Hills
YES, WE WANT TO BUY
YOUR LOT!
Call today!
356-0894, 395-4801

TROPICAL HOME
DESIGNS
CONSTRUCTION
CO

AFFORDABLE HOUSE AND
LOT PACKAGES FOR ONLY
5% DOWN.
2 BED, 2 BATH $90,000
3 BED, 2 BATH, $120,000
DUPLEX, 2 BED, 1 BATH
$155,000
TRIPLEX 2 BED, 1 BATH
$185,000.00
IN SUCH AREAS:
-CARMICHAEL RD
-COWPEN RD,
-SOUTH BEACH,
-CORAL VISTA
-KOOL ACRES
-PRINCE CHARLES AND
MANY MORE
COME IN TODAY AND LET
US MAKE YOUR DREAM
A REALITY.
TEL 323-0546,326-5468
Eve 323-2666.

SOUTH FLORIDA
LAND SALE
Sebring/ Lake placid Florida
Paved roads, Utilities
Golf course community with
2 lakes developed area with
new homes all around
$ 44,900.00
Easy owner financing

305-793-5522
305-877-4215









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WORLD DEVELOPERS LTD

Call Astrid Fraser or Sara
Parker, BRI, Today!
World Developers Limited
Tel: 242-327-7721
or 242-324-1457
morningglory@coralwave.com
Premium Properties
FOR SALE!
EXCLUSIVE!
WintonHeights-5BR/4 b,
pool, enclosed garden, great
security, Reduced to $545,000.
Angel's View-Eastern Rd.,
3BR, pool, sea views, large lot,
hill side, Reduced to $750,000.
Winton Meadows-3BR, big
yard, partly enclosed, rental
efficiency, nice neighbourhood,
$189,000.
NEW LISTINGS Sea views
and boat ramp-3BR, 2 baths
in immaculate home, fully
enclosed grounds. $399,000.
Sans Soucl Sea Views-3 BR
house, 6000 sq. ft., plus 1 BR
renovated cottage, $475,000.
Renovated Historic Estate-
Eastern Rd., 5 acres with new
dock, beach, rental income,
too. Call for details.
OldFort Bay-1.5 Acre Beach
Lot with canal at back! Call
now!
EwingManor-Spacious,
luxury town houses with
incredible views, from
$660,000.
High Vista-4BR/3b, pool,
enclosed garden, sprinkler
system, $350,000.
Ocean Place, P.ls.1/2-
Preconstruction prices on
harbour front 2 or 3 BRcondos
with oversized balconies, resort
quality services.
Powder beach front home-
designer interiors,
immaculate!4 BR, Media room,
plus one or two BR cottage, top
condition, security. $3.6 million.
COMMERCIAL
Eastern Rd. -Big property
with sea views, two houses
and garage, $550,000.
HISTORIC, Popular
RESTAURANTs-central
location $2.4 million or east,
$1.6 million, call for details.
Claridge Rd.- 3 commercial
properties from under
$200,000 to $999,000.
Airport Industrial Park- lots
from $105,000.


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WORLD DEVELOPERS LTD
RESIDENTIAL
Condos & Apartments
Silver Cay-3BR, 2 baths,
beach views, tennis courts,
convenient to downtown,
$2,200. or $240,000.
SPECTACULAR SULGRAVE
MANOR, -. 3 BR, 3 baths ,
Separate balconies to ocean
and golf course. Modern
kitchen.Study. Marble wet bar.
Laundry room, access to spa,
beach, heated pool, 24-hour
security. 2,480
sq. ft. $6,000. rent or
$690,0000r,2 BR, 2 baths,
furnished $2,000. rent
or $450,000.
Whispering Pines-2BR/1.5
bath, nicely furnished,
$168,000.
WEST
Caves Point- luxury condo,
3BR/3.5 bath, $725,000.
Dannotage Estates- 3BR/2b,
enclosed garden, cathedral
ceilings, open plan, $2,600 rent
or $400,000. sale.
Homes
WEST
Powder beach front- 3BR
home and 2BR cottage on
West Bay St., $995,000.
Lyford Cay Villa-with dock
rights, pool, $2.6 million.
Lyford Cay Golf Course
Home,-4BR, pool and
jacuzzi, fireplace, newly
renovated, 3 phone lines, 3
water sources, full house
generator, $3.9 million.
Crown of Lyford Cay- new
homein 2 acre estate,
landscaped and secure. Pool,
fountain and waterfall. 180
degree vista of sea and Lyford
from breezy veranda. $5.5
million.
TropicalGardens, 3BR/3b,
$240,000.
Turnkey -Beach front house,
West Bay St., $1.5-Million
PARADISE ISLAND
The Residences at Atlantis-
own a piece of a condominium
hotel.
OCEAN CLUB Estates
2BRTurn key Guest Cottage,
dock, beach, and 8,000 SQ.
FT. house under construction
on large lot, eastern tip, $6-
Million.
EAST
Seafront houses--
Neighbouring 3BR houses on
Eastern Road, $1.4 million.
Call Astrid Fraser or Sara
Parker, BRI, Tod a!,.
World Developers Liiti76
Tel: 242-327-7721
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NASSAU LOTS
#NS05995 and NS05996 -
Sandyport: 7,000+ sq ft.
REV WALTER S HANHELLP canalfront lots. $340,000 each
BROKER/APPRAISER #NS05962 Fox Hill: 5,600
APPRAISALS sq. ft. lot ideal for a duplex and
RENTALS home. $35,000
SALES
AFFIDAVITS #5811 Twynam Heights: 90'
TEL: 326-8017, 326-8112 x 100' homesite. $95,000
#NS05921 Coral Heights:
BUILDINGS Two 80' x 110' homesites.
SEA BREEZE LANE. spacious $99,000 each.
4 bed, 2 1/2 bath house with
enclosed property, $175,000. #5693 Westward Villas:
$8,000 sq. ft. homesite.
MILLERS HEIGHTS, large $216,000
triplex, fully rented, was
$250,000 reduced to $235,000. #NS05987 off Harold Road:
Two adjacent 50' x 113':lots.
CARMICHAEL ROAD, 7 unit $105,000
apartment complex near Faith
Avenue with incomplete #NS05948 Westridge
extension for restaurant and Estates: 120'x400' residential
stores, a deal at $675,000. lot. $285,000
EAST STREET NORTH, 2 #5848 Blair Estates: 60' x
large 2 storey commercial 150'residential lot. $240,000
buildings with rental units on #5892 Westglade: 9,467 sq.
second floor plus back ft. cul-de-sac homesite.
apartment building $495,000. $149,000
NEAR CORAL HARBOUR, Exclusive! #5569. -
new 3 bed, 2 1/2 bath fumished Ridgeway: 14,839- sq. ft.
house, in gated community, hilltop homesite with sea views.
$240,000. $198,000
CORAL HEIGHTS, brand new Schedule a viewing on-line
contemporary designed 4 bed, today at HYPERLINK
3 bath, furnished house, "http://www.HGChristie.com"
central air, high ceilings, www.HGChristie.com or
garage, $398,000. contact us at (242) 322-1041 or
email HYPERLINK
OFF WEST BAY STREET, "mailto:sales@hgchristie.com"
near Saunders Beach, 4 unit
apartment, fully enclosed and
landscaped, $350,000.
OFF ST ALBANS DRIVE, 2
bed, 1 1/2 bath furnished
condo, very good condition,
$175,000.
YAMACRAW HILL RD, fully Since 1922
furnished condos, 2 bed, 1 1/2
bath condo, $195,000, 3 bed, 2 www.HGChristie.com
1/2 bath, $290,000. NASSAU HOMES
FAITH AVENUE, brand new 2 #NS05994 Gambier Heights:
bed, 1 1/2 condo, $155,000. Three story hilltop home with 3
bedrooms, 3 baths and a
TROPICAL GARDENS, brand separate 1 bedroom guest
new 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath cottage. $640,000
townhouse, furnished.
#NS05963 Sea Breeze:
OFF ROBINSON ROAD, near Canalfront home in need of
Marathon Mall, 4 bedroom, 2 TLC with 3 bedrooms and 2
bath spacious house with large baths. $250,000
patio, ideal for home or
business, $135,000. #NS05992 Eastwood:
GARDEN HILL ESTATES, Lovely 3 bedroom, 4 bath semi-
attractive 5 bed, 3 bath furnished home with a 2
executive split level house on bedroom apartment. $335,000
hill-top lot, $250,000.
COLONY VILLAGE, duplex on Schedule a viewing on-line
enclosed property, $220,000. today at HYPERLINK
OFF ROBINSON ROAD, lrg "http//www.HGChristle.com"
triplex in enclosed property, (1) www.HGChristie.com or
3 bec $. bt wifh~R air; contaaetjeat (24f)B32!t041
(1) 2 sUt~ac bathi T)1 td 1 or email HYPERLINK
bath; standby generator, "mailto:sales@ hgchristie.com"
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HOMES
NEW! Dodge Road 4
bedroom 3 bath home on a
18,232 sq. ft. mature grounds.
Bahama room, pool, automatic
standby generator, hurricane
shutters, security alarm and
more. Excellent condition.
$580,000 MLS#5525
Sea Breeze. 3 bed, 2.5 bath
home on canal. Dock, large
living, covered deck,
landscaped, fully enclosed.
$376,000. MLS#5319
Westridge Estate home with
spectacular island wide and
ocean views! $985,000.00
MLS#5511
Danottage Estates large 2 bed
1 bath 2 storey residence.
Enclosed corner lot. $295,000
Unfurnished. MLS#5300
Brace Ridge Road. 3 bed, 2.5
bath home. Gated community.
Spacious, well maintained,
pool, pool 'house, generator,
enclosed. $595,000 MLS#5301
Yamacraw, ~acus 7,43, sq
ft. executive 'Teb4d 5' bath
home. Fantastic sea views,
tennis court, pool, study, 2 car
garage and much more!
LS#0321 $995,000
Winton- 5 bed, 4 bath
executive residence, on
beautiful 1/3 acre mature
garden. Electric gates,
generator, security alarm,
rooftop patio, pool, etc.
$545,000 MLS# 5238
Westward Villas 4 bed 3
bath home on 13,000 sq. ft.
landscaped lot. Swimming
pool, covered patio, carport,
laundry and more. Asking
$600,000 MLS#5452
LOVE BEACH CONDOS.
Luxurious 3 bed 3.5 bath
condos in gated community
with over 1 mile of gorgeous
beach. Many special features.
Phase II. 2 Apartments remain.
3rd Floor with Ocean views
1,800 sq ft $699,000 and
Penthouse with 14'ceilings
$735,000. Ready to move in.
Phase III. Beachfront now
under construction. Completion
date estimated November
2006. 3rd floor unit 2,000 sq ft
$815,000. Penthouse with 14'
ceilings $950,000. MLS#0349
Blair 3,900 sq. ft. home on 2
lots. 3 bed 3 bath, office/study,
2 car garage, quiet community.
$599,000 MLS#5540
APARTMENTS
Cable Beach 3 bedroom 2/12
bath townhouse fully furnish-
ed, central a/c, all new! Less
than 1 year. $310,000
MLS#5394
Apartments with a View! 2
bed, 1 bath townhouses. Fully
furnished, harbour views,
private patio. $140,000.
MLS#5272.
Winton Townhouses. Large 2
bed, 2 bath townhouses with
balcony. Gated with pool.
Starting at $250,000.
REDUCEDI Mount Vernon. 3
bed, 2.5 bath townhouse. Im-
maculate condition, fully
furnished, ceptal .,,/,
WA' he; priVate '"ti,
gated community w/pool.
$278,000. MLS#5165.
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High Vista. Quaint 2 bed, 1.5
bath condo. Open living/dining,
security system, washer &
.dryer and balcony. Partially
furnished. 1,200 sq ft
$180,000 MLS#5496
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
NEW! ROSE ISLAND! 3
adjacent beach lots with 100' of
beach each. One of the highest
elevations on the island.
Starting at $300,000.
MLS#5461.
Coral Harbour! New. Lots
starting at $80,000.00
MLS#5382
South Ocean Estates Lots
starting at $89,500.00
MLS#5471
Paradise Island. Ocean Club
Estates. Vacant golf course
lots starting at $925,000.
Port New Providence- Gated
waterfront community. Pool,
tennis court, beach access
Starting at $455,000 MLS#
5460
Venice Bay. 3 bed 2 bath
incomplete home in gated
community. Corner lot.
$180,000 MLS#5523.
South Ocean Single Family off
South Ocean Blvd. All utilities.
18,416 sq ft. $135,000
MLS#5200
Venice Bay-Gated community.
Fully serviced lots 100 x 100.
Owner financing. From $677
monthly.
Winton Heights Large single
family lot (15,499 sq. ft.). All
utilities. $155,000 MLS#5453.
Sandyport. Gated 2 available
lots with beach. Dock your boat
in your own backyard.
$340,000 MLS#5539
MULTI-FAMILY LOTS
Coral Harbour Triplex lot in
Riviera subdivision 80 x 100
$90,000.00 MLS#5381
Triplex Lots For Sale. Located
off Cowpen Road. 50 x 150.
$78,000 MLS# 5527
South Ocean Estates Great
location 110 x 117 lots starting
at $105,000.00
North Westridge Fourplex lot
12,963 sq. ft. $179,000.00
MLS#2154
OUT ISLAND VACANT
Bahama Sound West, Exuma
Vacant lot in #11 West
$20,000.00 MLS#5533
Russell Island acre elevated
waterfront lot, gorgeous views
$240,000.00 MLS#5478
Rock Sound Acreage! 5
acre parcel off Queen's
Highway with easy in house
financing! Starting at $30,000.00,
1 acre parcel Starting at
$20,000.00
Long Beach, Abacol 10,440
sq. ft. lot in beach front
development, starting at
$59,995.00
Bahama Sound #2, Exuma -
Vacant lot 80 x 125 Asking
$6,000.
i Rainbow'B yit''feftblevations
,$35,000.
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HOMES #1730 Royall Beach Estates COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS & LEEWARD EAST #1261 A ....-..
#737 Eastern Rd., 3 properties Condo at South Ocean LOTS: welcome change from the Queen's Street 1188 Prime
on one lot. One 4 bed, 4 bath, Luxury 2 bed 2 bath oceanfront OAKES FIELD:#994 Excellent ordinary, this well-designed location, 4/4 home ripe for
55% finished. Spacious arden, condo. Spacious & tastefully location for any commercial spacious townhouse has 2 office conversion! Well built but
panoramic views from Eagles decorated. Fully furnished. venture, this 23,700 s/ft multi- bedrooms downstairs with an in need of some TLC. Priced
nest'. 2nd proper 2 bed, 2 Family island feel $485,000 level building sits on an acre EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE REV WALTER S HANHELL, right at $495,000 Gross
bath also has a 1 bed cottage, #1856 Sandyport 3 bed, 3 comer lot. Accommodations MULTI-PURPOSE LOFT. REV WALTOKER S HANCHELL, JP
construction complete w/ bath condo. Third floor w/ sea include offices and warehouse. Recently refurbished with brand Sear's Road 1187- Furnished
unfinished swimming pool. views from bedroom, living area Amenities include 250,000 gal. new furniture, furnishings, APPRAISALSesidential or
Wants offers!! $975.000 & terrace. Spacious & airy. rainwater tank, two potable appliances (cutlery too). RENTALS commercial use. Great
#658 West Grove, 5 bed, 5 Being sold furnished $579,000 water wells, generator, central Amenities include children's SALES location, solid and in great
bath, Large family style home #1800 Sulgrave Manor air systems, store front, service playground, pool, controlled AFFIDAVITS 0 Gross
overlooking the ocean. Includes bed, 3 bath oceanfront condo baywith lift access, paved parking. TEL326-8017, 326-81120 per month rent)
1 bed guest cottage. Roomy nestled in the heart of Cable and more...$1,500,000. Grounds and building are in
master beds have ocean views. Beach. Views of golf course, SHIRLEY STREET EAST: 2.4 excellent condition. $307,000. Ocean Club Estates 1058-
mastr Vs of have P E p ocean views. # T LOTScius 3 sto he
Pool wet bar PRICE partial ocean views. Large acres in prime location on Lake CABLE BEACH #2176 AT LOTS Spacioius 3/3.5 2 story home
REDUCED $985,000. private terrace. Communal Waterloo. $2,100,000 RAWSON COURT 2,460 s/ft OFF JOE FARRINGTON situated on a large, elevated
#177 Winton Highway, 4 bed, pool, grounds well lit & EAST BAY STREET: #1671 condo. 3 bedrooms 3-12 baths, ROAD, triplex lot, 100x80, golf course lot with stunning
3.5 bath, bright spacious home beautifully landscaped. On 1.4 acres, this recently formal dining room. $70,000. panoramic views! Fine
w/ spectacular hilltop views. $650,000 constructed three-storey Overlooking the ocean. finishes, custom kitchen, huge
Large living room w/fireplace, VACANT LAND building (14,000 s/ft) is ideal for Featues include controlled INFANT VIEW ROAD, large master suite, pool with cabana
remodeled bathrooms & #1864 Port New Providence, financial or professional offices. access, beach, seaside pool, hill-top commercial lot running and lush landscaping.
spacious guest wing. 2 floors w/ 20,000 sq. ft. making it the fifth Overlooking a Lake with views tennis court. $463,000. from street to street, $160,000. $3,400,000
sea views, pool & patio. largest proper in Port New of Montague Bay. Ample ST. ANDREW'S BEACH
$795,000. Providence. Provisions for parking. Call for viewing and #2187 TWO townhouse units OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD High Vista 1179- Fum. 3/2.5
#1865 Eastern Rd. 3 bed, dockage are included $479,000 nce. on 90' x 90' lot. Manicured duplex lot 60x115, $60,000. family home on large, comer
2bath, well maintained large #433 Hardingsville. Thinking WULFF ROAD #221012000 lawn enclosed yard. Located in lot. Large kitchen, bonus room,
hme, w/l about constructing a block of sft building on 34,000 s/ft lot. waterfront community. Each BAC, mile south o rear patio and shed. $301,000
garden. Open plan living/dining, condos 1/2 Hardingsville might Amenities include 100 kw unit has 2 bedrooms 1-1/2 Marsh Harbour, 50 acres of
re Bahamaroom w/ vaulted make an ideal location.13 diesel generator, loading ramp, baths, balconies, patios, central prime popeart, iean-front eabeach Esttes 2190
ceilings. "Price Reduced from available lots ranging from 12, forklift offices. Excellent air. $275,000. small beach, ideal for resort Nicely furnished, 2/2
$400,000 to $375,000. 963 sq. ft. to 17,914 sq ft. w/ location for any commercial and marina, $3.5 million, townhouse with loft / 3rd
#1074 Eastern Rd. This 4 bed prices ranging between venture Call for price MULTI-FAMILY LOTS: bedroom in gated comm. Pool,
4 bath home is ideally located 155,00 a peaking at FOX HILL ROAD, prime eates ,
on over a acre is ideally located $15,000 & peaking at EXUMA #2193 Located near WEST BAY ST. #145941,113 LL OAD private entry, sea views, many
ro a $215000 (plus buyer's legal new Hotel development 156 s/ft hilltop ot overlooking the lot 6 fe features $379,000
small waterfront ated fees and 4%stam tax). acres $3,900,000 or $25,000 coastline. Private access road. $150,000.
community. Nestled between a #509 East Shirley St Located r acreAPARTMENTS& $650,000. Very negotiable. Camerdown 1164- Partall
canal & the ocean, you can next to Harbour Bay Shopping HOUSES CHIPPINGHAM 198 Just off WESTRDGE, Hill-top multi- fished 4/3 on elevate
enjoy stunning views from all Centre, accessible from both CABLE BEACH #1154 At Farrington Road 50' x 100' family lots with lake view, enclosed property. Custom
angles. Comes w/own East Bay Street & East Shirley beautiful BAYROC:. Exclusive enclosed comerlot. $50,000. $210,000 to $225,000. kitchen, top of the line
boathouse & dockage. Streets $18 per square foot. beach residences comprising of ADELAIDE #2196 On white appliances, newly tiled, custom
$2,990,000 4.132 acres or 179,990 sq ft 3 bedrooms 3-1/2 baths well sandy beach. 46' x 191' ADELAIDE ROAD, 5 acre tact holdings and more $579,000
#556 Ocean Club Estates Commercial zoning $3,240,000 appointed luxury $250,000. on main road price at $150,000
Brand new, 4 bed, 4 1/2 bath #437 Old Fort Bay, 150 ft. on condominiums. Special features SUNRISE BEACH #302 per acre, ideal for housing Sandvoort 2167- Partially
breathtaking home w/ the beach & about 250 ft., .858 include private courtyard Lovely beachfront lot. Zoned developments or business f ed, 45 canal front
panoramic views of the 18-hole, of an acre. $3,650,000 entrance to buildings, large for 8 units. $270,000 firm. venture, cost, $750,000. townhouse with enclosed
championship Ocean Club Golf #1720 Chub Cay 2.3 acre of elevator reception area on each SINGLE FAMILY LOTS Bahama room, spacious patio,
Course. Infinity pool, hurricane pristine beach front, 2 mins floor, spectacular ocean views, JACARANDA SUBD: If it is ILLSIDE PARK dock and more! $599,000
proof windows and a fully from Chub Cay Club $850,00 top of the line appliances, space you want, these lots are SUBDIVISION, large hill-top lot
andscaped yard. $4,860,000 #1814 Charlotteville. Brand energy efficient lass exteor the largest single family in quiet upscale Ocean Place 2143- Paradise
#737 Eastern Rd 2 houses new subdivision, northern side doors and windows AND homesites in the West in a neighbourhood, $120,000. Island's newest, most exclusive
plus 1 cottage on 1 site, 4 bed, of Windsor Field Rd. These lots MORE...5 Units gated community. 95' x 120' OFF SANDIANDS ROAD ence. World class finishes
4 bath house is 55% finished, are an excellent price for available.Prices range from $115,000. O A ROAD, and amenities Now taking
2nd house is 2 bed, 2 bath, location nr. Lyford Cay & Old $875,000 to $1,500,000. SOUTH WESTRIDGE #1438 large trplex lot, $85,000. reservations. Starting from the
beautifully decorated! Cottage Fort. Staring at$90,000 AT ROC TOWER: NEW UNITS On high hill overlooking Lake WESTRIDGE, large hilltop lot $800,000's to over 2
has I bed, 1/2 bath, unfinished RENTALS under construction... pre- Cunningham: 1.32 acres million.
pool. $975.000 #221 Sanford Drive, 2 bed, 2 construction prices start from $250,000. 0.90 acre $200,000. with cottage, $350,000. -Lots-
1775 CON D 1 bed 1/2 bath, condo. Safe & $1,375,000 ground floor to 1.45 acres $275,000; NEAR SE BREE 4137- Over 2.5
#1775 Pilot House, 1 bed 1 peaceful neighbourhood. Nicely $3,000,000 for 7th floor NEARacres on culdesac. $750,000
bath condo is located near furnished. Lovely communal penthouse. #1997 4.65 acres $1,0,0,000. ESTATES, multi-family lots in
downtown. Views of garden. Convenient to ANDPORT #2192 Third Zoned for 12 single amy new subdivision, 51x147, Westrlde North Large Multi
Nassau Harbour. Fully downtown & airport. 1,500p/m floor apartment with 2 homes. $75,000. familylots starting at $189,000
fumished. Price REDUCED to #1863 Westridge 3 bed, 2 1/2 bedrooms 2 baths fronting on a
$135,000 bath bright, new clean and wide balcony overlooking the OLD FORT BAY: A unique SOUTH BEACH ESTATES Westwinds 619C- Multi
#1056 West Grove Phase 2, 2 nicely furnished townhouse. canal. Fully equipped modem setting with a rich history, ld WEST, duplex lot, 60x110, family lots starting at $80,000
bed, 2 bath townhouses. Well Private pool, generator & kitchen... Accessed by secure Fort Bay's newest available $59,000.
constructed, in sought after central a/c. Close to Cable keyed elevator. Full use of properties include deepwater Exclusive- Lubber's Quarters.
area. 2 storey w/ spacious Beach 3,000p/m tennis courts, pools, beaches... canal lots on three different CAM AL RAD Abaco047-1 lot left, 90 x 126
interior. Communal .pool, #1103 Prospect Ridge 2 bed 2 24/7 secuatyator. REDUCED islands"; The com munity's multi-faily tot, 5x188 with dock and beach access.
Ssundeck w Jacuzi. S279,000 1/2 bath apartment. Split level TO $470,000.. Architectural code ensures developed, ideal for 5 $69,900
#395 Paradise Island, 3bed, 2 floors; spacious & airy. Gated BORS CLARIDGE SUBD. excellence and its location units, $85,000.
BORIS CLARIDGE fUBD. excellence and i PERPAL TRACT, large Chadattwvils Subdivision is
bath condo. Harbour front community w/ pool/ dck. 035 Recently built FOUR- provides peaceful relaxation. Preentl single CadpprovedIvellreSubdivision is
gated complex. Immaculate, Well maintained, fully furnmished. PLEX containing 3 two Lot sizes start at 6,914 s/ft up residential lots s and approved Over 85% reserved
Sspao s & fully furnished. $2,t b s s ec 4 multi-family, $70,00 to Lots starting at $89,900. Don't
Covered terrace overlong# adise Iad V1la with utility room and 1 one s/Rt. Priced form $475,000 to UTH0 SEAs S miss t!"
thepool & harbour. Dockage bed 2 bath villa offers w/ bedroom unit. Poprt is full$3000.00 residential lotsSn a new
for 3ft boat. $750,000 enclosed private pool, patio & enclosed and lnsaresidential lots. in a new Gov's Hartour. Etuthera
#1735 Harbour Bsfe, garden. Gated community w/ Become aninstant landlord all SOUTH OCEAN New development near Venice Bay, Beachfront lots with 200' of
Paradise Island 3 bed, 3 bath 24hrsecunty.Generator. Taste- units are rented! $375,000. development with single and $80,000.. frontage. Call for price!
stylish harbour front condo. fully decorated. $4,500p/m i TRAIL ROAD 04 ltimily lots Srting fromVENICE BAY, exclusive gated
Stunning views of the harbour. Newly consructd DPLE S8 community 100x100 single and For more sales listings call
Tastefu & pristine this th 2 bedrooms bath each Sizes range multifamily lts from $95000. Paradise Real Estate 35-3000
uos aham Estat with 2 bedrooms 1 bath each Sizes range from 11,700 s/ft WESTRIdGE, exclusive vist
luxurious condo must be seen Graham Real Estate side. Own water supply. 38,942 rift. Or visit
$1,445,000 Call 356-5030 or $250,000. 942 suburb, lot 120x205 with www.paradisebahamas.com
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0291 CORAL HARBOUR:
Large 5bed/3.5bath home on 2
Canal lots Zoned multi-family.
Has 2bed/1bath guest cottage,
pool, dock, workshop and
rainwater tank. All this for only
$650,000.
0280 DODGE RD: Recently
renovated 4bed-3bath,hillside
home, tiled floors, custom
kitchen, spacious deck, and
3car carport.....$579,000.
0281 CORAL HARBOUR:
4bed-3bath house on large
canal lot, 100 x 130, pool,
$370,000.
0282 CORAL HARBOUR:
Bailey Dr, 3bed- 2bath home
with pool, on the canal,lot
80x1 10.....$420,000.
0113 CORAL HARBOUR:
Executive home, brand new
featuring 4bed-3bath, tiled and
carpet floors, custom kitchen
and new appliances, one car
garage 2- A/C units....
$385,000.
0283 CORAL LAKES: year
old 4bed- 2.5bath Home, 3,000
sq. ft. of living space,
beautifully designed custom
kitchen, large rooms, and 2 car
arage, 2 A/C units....
350,000.
0285 APARTMENT
COMPLEX: Great investment
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complex featuring four 2bed -
1bath, three 1bed- bath and 1
3bed- 2bath, always
rented.....$520,000.
0286 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canal front home, 4bed -3bath
split level family home, pool,
garage, cement dock, fully
enclosed lot. $465,000.
0287 CULBERTS HILL:
Executive home with 3bed -
3bath, pool and guest quarters,
marble floors, study ,large
master suite with Jacuzzi, 2car
garage, $790;000.
0288 CORAL HARBOUR: 4
Commercial buildings with 5
apartments, on the canal, great
investment.....$450,000.
VACANT LAND
0290 SOUTH OCEAN: New
gated subdivision selling large
lots, 100x120, starting at
$89,000.
0222 WEST WINDS: New
gated community in love beach
lots available......$95,000.00
0220 CORAL HARBOUR:
Residential single and multi-
family lots starting at...
.$76,000.
0250 EXUMA- HOOPERS
BAY: 6 acres elevated with
470 ft.of waterfront.$500,000.
0132 EXUMA: 58 acres near
Tar Bay and Moss Town.
$2.million.
Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY-
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288


REAL ESTATE







ERA
DUPUCI REAL ESTATE
VACANT LOTS
3530 Ocean Club Estates:
This hard-to-find gem can
transform your dream of a
beachfront estate in the
Bahamas into reality.
Owner as the opportunity to
build a personalized paradise
from the ground up and take
advantage of the fine qualities
of this special property. This
pristine parcel delivers almost
41,000 sq. ft. of potential and
boasts 219 feet of magnificent
beach frontage. Being Sold At
USD $4,500,000.00
3524 Gladstone Road: 4.829
commercial acreage, great
investment. $1,500,000.
3525 Rose Island: Secluded
boasting 100' of beach and the
highest elevations on Rose
Island. Up to 60' above sea
level! Spectacular views. Sea to
sea lots. Lots Starting at
$300,000
3345 Lyford Cay: Private
estate lot offers its own privacy
as well as having the security of
being in a prestigious and
gated community.
Dimensions 306.37 (BACK) x
434.38 (WEST) x 349.49
(EAST) $910,000.
3523 Lyford Cay: Vacant
parcel measuring 22500 sq. ft.
(150x150), elevated lot that
stretches from road to road.
$625,000.
3513 Blair: Vacant lot in safe
and secure community (10200
sq. ft.), centrally located.
$350,000.
3510 Yamacraw: Residential
lot (20000 sq. ft.) situated on
the eastern end of the island
boasting views of the sea.
$364,000
3513 Blair: Centrally located
vacant lot in secure community.
10,200 sq. ft. $350,000.
3420 Sandyport: Vacant
properties (5887 sq. ft.)
detailing 65' of canal frontage, 2
lots sold together as 1 big lot.
$275,000.
3451 Blair: Hilltop
propertyl0000 sq. ft., prime
building lot in a highly desirable
area. $238,000.
3284 Love Beach: 1 acre lot,
spectacular views, come build
your dream home and live the
lifestyle. $280,000.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or (242)
394-1494
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com


REAL ESTATE

OFF SEABREEZE LANE
FOURPLEX LOT. $88,000
TEL 427-6832.




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WATERFRONT
Russell Is/Spanish Wells
Escape traffic and crime!
Spectacular water views from
every room!
Beautiful 3Br/ 2.5Ba.
2800 sqft Villa,
1500 sqft deck, Gourmet kit,
Italian tile throughout,
Cent A/C, lush tropical 1/2 acre
w/citrus, 100ft on deep water,
50K cistern, well, generator.
$1.85M
Tel: 242-333 4868/9

LOT FOR SALE
GLENISTON
GARDENS,.:
LOT #1, BLOCK#7
75"X145"
FOR INFO CALL
325-7894.

WANTED
TO BUY
INCOMPLETE BUILDINGS,
HOMES, APTS IN WESTERN
NASSAU. 424-7225.

SALE
4.5 Acres Fox Hill Road,
$607,500.
6.5 Acres Off East Bay St,
$877,500
TEL 323-0664.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Single-Family Lot
(91.90x160.96) with approved
plans in Lucaya area.
Lot has already been cleared.
Ready to be build upon.
Asking $27,000.
Contact 646-3346 for further
information. Serious inquiries
only.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Brand new House
Huge 4 bed, 2 1/2 bath,
Living, dining, family room.
Lot 50x100. Bellot Road.
Appraised value $254,000.00
Sale $230,000.00.
Tel 394-1187(day)
457-3749(eve).
Serious inquiries only.

SPACIOUS TOWNHOUSE
FOR SALE
2-BED, 2.5 BATH,
CENTRAL A/C,
PRIVATE PATIO, POOL,
GATED COMMUNITY, POOL.
VERY QUIET, LIKE NEW.
$285,000. CALL 359-0918.

WEST WINDS
GATED COMMUNITY
Duplex Lots 60x100
$80,000 Only 5% Down
KINGS REALTY
Call Gino @ 544-8469, or 457-
S1326.


REAL ESTATE

INSTANT SUCCESS!
BUYING OR SELLING YOUR
VACANT LOTS, HOUSES OR
BUSINESSES?
GIVE ME A CALL TODAY FOR
TOTAL SATISFACTION.
LONGLEY PH: 324-1888 (H)
424-2984 (C).

BUSINESS
FOR SALE
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
LANDSCAPING BUSINESS
FOR SALE
Customers,: ttobls, -all
equipment, truck,'workers, 500
flower plants.
438-6851 (Cell)
323-7859(Office)
RESTAURANT AND BAR..
*- STILL IN OPERATION. 323-
3520 OR 326-3833.

WANTS
TO SHARE
ELDERLY. GENTLEMAN
;wants 'to share apartment with
a male. Johnson Road, Fox
Hill $100 per week.. Utilities
included. PJg 4 364-5,37.
ROOM MATE NEEDED FOR
TOWNHOUSE EVERYTHING
INCLUDED $140 WEEK,
FIRST & LAST $150 DEP.
NO KIDS/PET BAHAMIANS
ONLY. 361-0443.
LADY seeks room mate o
share a one bedroom apt, $50
per week. Call 552-0403.

FOR RENT
1-BED, 1-BATH SHIRLEA,
Furnished, A/C, water and gas
incl. $650/mth.
Phone 393-5845.
1-BEDROOM apartment
furnished, water included.
Central A/C, pool and washing
facility sec gate. $800 per
month. Dunmore Ave, off West
Bay St. Tel 325-4494
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
semi-furnished or unfurnished,
water included. Located on
corner of Fox Hill and Hanna
Roads (pass Johnson's Barber
Shop on Fox Hill Road)
1st & last month and $350 sec
dep, $1,250 to move in. Call
364-0368, 380-8072 324-5698.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
ROSE STREET, FOX HILL.
A/C, FRIDGE & STOVE, $500
PER MONTH. PHONE 325-
6724(D), 324-1299(N).
1-BEDROOM APT $625/PM
LIGHT/WA ER INCLDUED.
CHIPPINGHAM, 395-9396.
1-BEDROOM APT (2 storey)
furnished, water included.
Stapledon Gardens. Ideal for
young couple or Christian
single. Call 322-5906
1-BEDROOM APT LIGHT &
WATER INCLUDED. CALL
392-4636.
2-BEDROOM APT for rent A/C,
water, Cowpen Road. First &
last + sec $600. Tel 553-4864.i


SFOR RENT

2 BED, 2 BATH SPACIOUS
CONDO FOR RENT
PLUMBAGO GARDENS OFF
JOHNSON ROAD, ADJACENT
TO HIGH VISTA
CENTRAL AIR & CEILING
FAN, WATER INCLUDED
$750.00 PER MONTH
MOVE IN TODAY WITH FIRST
& LAST MONTHS RENT AND
$500.00 SECURITY DEPOSIT
PLEASE CALL 324-8960s
2 BED, 2 BATH, Westridge
off Cable Beach, $1100.00
p/m. 1st, last, sec dep.
Tel: 327-0667 or 424-3330.
2 SPACIOUS 1-bedroom
apartment, with living room,
dining room, kitchen, bed and
bath in quiet gated community,
Sea Breze Lane. Water, A/C,
fridge and stove included, $600
per month, first and last month
rent and $350 sec deposit.
Contact Ms Carey, 314-5487 or
454-5172.
2-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT
Sandilands Village fridge, stove
and central A/C, $650 per
month, water included. First,
last & $400 sec dep.
No children, no pets.
Phone 364-3978.
2-BED, 1-BATH APT, Leeward
East. Central air, washer, dryer,
burglar bars, $800/pm $400 sec
dep. 324-5946, 361-0323.
2-BEDROOM 1-BATH upstairs
Apt situated at #36 Pinedale
$700 per month, first & last with
$300 sec dep. Only single
familiar need apply. Phone 364-
1460, or 323-8280
Also available office space
contact us for information.
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT for
rent Sandilands village Road,
$675 per month, 1st & last
month rent $500 sec dep. Call
324-6570.
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT for
rent, yard enclosed, security
bar,. water included, $650.00
per month. Phone 394-7534.
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
Butterfly Close, Off Soldier
Road. Unfurnished. Has
washing machine & washing
facilities. Water included. A/C
units in bedrooms. Refrigerator
available if desired. Very nice
and spacious. No children.
$670. Phone 341-1882 after
6pm.
BRAND NEW 1-bed Apt, A/C,
cable, phone, bars, good area,
5 min from PI. $700. 393-1110,
454-1230.
2-BEDROOM APT, air
conditioning in master
bedroom, water and washer,
$650/pm $400 sec dep.
Johnson Road Estate. Tel 364-
6540.
2-BEDROOM APT, Hanna Rd,
Fridge, stove, blinds, washing &
drying facilities & water.
$675/pm. Phone 327-6899.
3-BED, 2-BATH house, Sea
Breeze Est. $1,000 per month.
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FOR RENT
2-BEDROOM SEMI-FURN'ED
APT FOR RENT. SERIOUS
ENQUIRIES ONLY.
STAPLEDON GARDENS.
CONTACT 323-5106,
BETWEEN 9AM-6P).
2-BEDROOM
SEMI-FURNISHED,
water included. Serious enquire
only Stapledon Gardens.
Contact 323-5106 between,
9am-6pm.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
2 bed, 1 bath, Fire Trail Road,
includes water, 2 wall units, sec
alarm syst. $750 monthly, 1st &
last plus $500. sec. 361-0510.
CABLE BEACH: Fully
furnished, 3 bed, 3 bath, AC,
tel, washer/dryer, near beach &
shops. Quiet area. Phone 327-
2138. $3,300 per month.
2-BEDROOMS unfumished
apartment for rent, $750 per
month. incl: water and cable.
No pets. Call 364-7882 from
7am to 11pm.
2-BEDROOM, APARTMENT
for rent, fridge, stove, burglar
bars, enclosed yard, water
included. $700 monthly, 1st and
last $400 security deposit.
Tel 322-7321(day), 364-7970"
evening).
3 NEWLY BUILT gated 2 bed,
2 1/2 bath Condo Units St
Albans Dr. Cenrla air, alarm &
intercom systems. Semi-
fumished w/washer, dryer,
fridge & stove. Pool & gazebo
Available now. 424-0879/457-
0716(D) or 364-4134(N).
3-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
HOUSE
Claridge Road, $1,000 per
month. $500 deposit. First and
last month. Phone 424-0529.
APARTMENT AND CONDOS
ON CABLE BEACH
STARTING AT $900 PER
MONTH.
PLEASE CALL GEORGE AT
TELEPHONE 327-8587.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Carib Road. Furished & A/C,
$250.00 per week. $600 per
month. Adults only.
Phone 393-9336, 9am-5pm.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
CABLE BEACH
2 BED, 1 BATH,
$1,000 PER MONTH.
PHONE 327-4881.
BEAUTICIAN BOOTH
available for rent, in a very busy
location, must have own
clienele. Phone 322-2736, or
456-4817.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
1-1bed 1-bath, blinds, water,
as, central ac, burglar bars
600 per month, 1st, last &
$300 security required
Call 422-2143 reference
1-BEDROOM fully furnished
Apt Out East, $625/mth.
Included. water, cable, A/C,
telephone, covered parking.
Single person only. 394-0051.
1-BEDROOM APT, fully
fumished, w/light, water, gas,
cable. $675 mthly. No children.
Contact 324-8080.' -.


FOR RENT
APPEALING FURNISHED
SMALL STUDIO APARTMENT
EVERYTHING IN ONE. CLEAN
& QUIET WATER, LIGHT,
PRIVATE PHONE LINE, AIR
CONDITION &
CABLE T.V. INCLUDED IN
RENT NO COOKING
FACILITIES. $150 PER WEEK
+ TWO WEEKS RENT +
SECURITY DEPOSIT $300
FOR A MATURED QUIET
MALE ONLY.
SORRY NO KIDS OR PETS
phone 393-3667
Available
Prime Office Suite
For immediate occupancy
1,390 sq ft (additional 800 sq ft
optional). Beautiful views of
Nassau harbor & Paradise
Island, 3 parking spaces
included in rental, turnkey fit-
out office suite, 24 hr automatic
standby generator, two
elevators (wired for modem
communication needs)
separate staff and secured
client parking, automated gated
entrance & intercom system,
24hr security guards, 24 hr
surveillance systems (recorded)
& access control professionally
managed $5,200.00 monthly.
To view contact
Mr Elmer I.G. Lowe
Baht Facility Management Ltd.
Tel: 242-328.BFMM, or 322-
7419,
PO Box SS-19784,
Nassau, Bahamas.
1-BEDROOM APT in
Camperdown, elec. & water
included. $1,000/pm, first and
last months rent. 324-5618.
BEAUTICIAN & NAIL
TECHBOOTH FOR RENT IN
HIGH TRAFFIC AREA.
THESE SERVICES ARE IN
GREAT DEMAND FOR HIS
AREA. $100/pw.
Call 364-2819.
SERIOUS PERSONS ONLY.
BEAUTICIAN & NAIL
TECHNICIAN Booth.for rent in
high traffic area. These
services are in great demand
for this area. $100/pw. Call
364-2810, Serious persons
only.
BEAUTIFUL NEWLY built
spacious 2-bed, 1-bah Apt
water/cable c/fan included.
Ist/last/sec $700/pm. Sandra
Ave off McKinney Drive. Phone
454-4931, 436-4100.
FURNISHED, SPACIOUS
TOWNHOUSE in Coral
Harbour 2 bed, 2.5 bath,
washer, dryer, c/air, master bed
& bath w/jacuzzi. Balcony
w/ocean views. $1,800 per
month, 1st & last & sec dep.
Call 393-2758, or 554-6613.
CABLE BEACH BelAir Apts.
Spacious 560 sq ft., fumished
one bedroom apt. A/C, cable,
laundry facilities. Sorry no
children or pets. $750/0m.
Please call Phone 327-7601 or
556-9318.
APARTMENT FOR RENT -
OFF FAITH AVENUE 2-bed, 1-
bath, washer & dryer, air
conditioned rooms, sec
windows and doors, $700.
Water included. Phone 424-
0173 leave message; -.


FOR RENT

BRAND NEW Extra large one
bed Apt, central A/C, cable,
phone, very nice, good area. 5
min from P. $800/mth.
Tel 393-1110, 454-1230.
BRAND NEW 2 bed apt Blue
Hill Road south, fully furnished,
queen size beds, central air
and cable included. $875 per
month. First and last and sec
dep. Phone 457-3423.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
Strachan's Subd. water, A/C
and ceiling fans, burglar bars,
very spacious, no kids
$650/pm, 1st, last & sec $300
Phone 325-7087 day, 551-
6907, 394-0469 evenings.
BRAND NEW APARTMENT
FOR RENTIll
SPACIOUS 2 BED, 1 BATH
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT
LOCATED ON GOLDEN ISLES
ROAD.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS
CALL 341-2845 AFTER 5 P.M.
NO CHILDREN! NO PETSi
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY.
BRAND NEW APARTMENTS
FOR RENT AVAILABLE NOW
Two bedrooms, one bath.
fndge. stove, central air
condoning, ceiling fans, gas
and water included, cable
installation telephone
installation enclosed property,
private back patio, washing
facilities, front door parking,
$1,000 per month, security dep
$1.000 + 1st and last month's
rent. Located 7 minutes Away
from Nassau's International
Airport, convenient store next
door. Coral Lakes. Travelling
south after the Coral Harbour
round about, yellow and white
building on the left, before oasis
on the main Adelaide Road. Tel
362-0431, 454-0963.
BRAND NEW EFFICIENCY
$500.00 per month includes
fridge,stove,water,security bars,
ceiling fans & smoke detectors.
First, Last & Security deposit
required. NO PETS!
MUST SEE! Call:364-1853
BRAND NEW, SPACIOUS, 2
bed, 1 bath Apt, enclosed yard,
ceiling fans, central A/C,
washer & dryer, $850/pm, $425
sec dep. Tel 324-5249.
BRAND NEW, spacious, cleap,
2 bedroom apartment. Washer,
stove, central air, ceiling fan,
alarm system, water included.
Off Carmichael Road, $800/pm.
341-3787.
BRIGITTE'S
Booths For Rent!
Stylist & Nail Techs $150
weekly, plus security deposit
required. Nice, clean
environment. Great location.
Serious inquiries only! 394-
4720.
BRAND NEW 2 1-bedroom
Apt for rent fridge, stove and
water included. $550 per month
No kids or pets.
1 Efficiency, water included.
$450. WESTERN CLOSE.
341-0572.


FOR RENT
CABLE BEACH, tastefully
furnished 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2
bathrooms, furniture includes.
Fridge/stove, washer/dryer,
livingroom suite & dinette,
carpeted bedrooms floors,
ceramic tiles elsewhere,
cooking gas & water included,
$1,350/pm, first & last months
rent, security deposit $850
telephone, cable available.
Serious inquiries only please
535-0044(cell) 327-1977(hm)
after 7pm.
HOUSE FOR RENT $750.00 a
month 3 bed, 1 bath first and
last month. $500 sec dep newly
renovated or rent to own. Down
payment $7,500. 356-8806.
CENTREVILLE unfurished,
upstairs, 2 bedroom, 1 bath
apartment for rent. A/C, water
included. Phone available. No
children, no pets. $700 per
month. Call 326-2125.


Tired of staying in stuffy hotels.
I have luxunous 4 bed, 3
bathrooms vacation home,
living, dining, den, swimming
pool. Near airport, Disney, F
Mall, all other attraction.
Bahamas 242-356-0544,
US 818-470-7237.
Commercial Space
Available Jan 06.
Approx 1680 Sq. Ft. Available
in the fast growing commercial
area of Sears Hill & Shirley
Street. Newly renovated
building with intemals designed
to suit any layout need.
Great parking and access from
both busy Montrose Avenue
and Shirley Street.
Long Term Anchor Tenants
already locked in, this is the last
space available in building and
located on the ground floor,
catch this great deal while you
can.
Call 328-2366 or 325-3643 or
393-7883 for details and
viewing.
FULLY FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
OF BELLOT ROAD.
$150/ WEEK. $250 SEC DEP.
WATER, LIGHT TELEPHONE
AND ANC INCLUDED.
TEL 341-3705.
BOOTH RENTALS in upscale
salon, busy area.
Beautician $140 week
Nail Techs $85 week
Barber $100 week.
Tel 364-7611.
OFFICE, SHOP, CLASS
SPACE FOR RENT. 324-7141
IDEAL FOR A PROFESSIONAL
SINGLE BEDROOM APT,
VERY LARGE,
FULLY FURNISHED.
INCLUDES WATER.
CALL 7AM TO 11 PM.
364-7882.


FOR RENT
DANOTTAGE ESTATES
NORTH SOLDIER ROAD/
VILLAGE RD Safe quiet clean
very large one bedroom
apartment, utilities, private
phone line, A/C, & cable TV
included in rent. First/last +
security deposit of one month
rent. (Rent $750) Sorry
absolutely no children or pets.
393-3667.
EASTERN ROAD
3 bed 2 bath cottage with
access to private beach. Air
conditioned, security and cable,
gas stove fridge and washing
machine. $1500 per month
unfurnished. Phone 324 2035
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT for
rent Sandilands Village Road
off Fox Hill Rd, fully furnished
enclosed yard, water included
A/C Unit, no children, first, last
& sec dep. Please call 364-
3555.
EFFICIENCY COTTAGE FOR
RENT. CARMICHAEL ROAD
WEST OF BACARDI ROAD,
SEMI-FURNISHED, AIR
CONDITIONED. ALL
UTILITIES INCLUDED
(ELECTRICITY, WATER,
CABLE). $500 PER MONTH,
1ST AND LAST MONTH RENT
AND $200 SECURITY
DEPOSIT. TELEPHONE 362-
2251 LEAVE A MESSAGE -
NAME AND NUMBER.
DOROTHY MONCUR,
TELEPHONE 362-2251.
EXCAVATORS RENTAL,
DAILY, WEEKLY OR HOURLY
CRANE RENTAL,
"DAILY WEEKLY OR HOURLY.
TEL 361-1828, FAX 361-8141.
FOR RENT
1 bedroom Apt, Palm Tree &
First St Stove, blinds, A/C,
washing & drying facilities,
water, security bars. $575/pm.
Phone 327-6899.
FOR RENT
Gleniston Gardens off Sea
Breeze, one bed, furnished Apt
central A/C, washer & dryer,
water included, private parking,
$650.00 monthly, 1st & last
month rent + sec.
ALSO
Two bed, one bath, semi
furnished, central IC, washer
& dryer, water included, private
parking, $800 monthly, 1st &
ast month rent + sec.
Tel 324-3387 after 6pm
weekdays/weekends any time.
COWPEN ROAD WEST,
newly built, unfurnished, one
bed room apartment for rent,
$625.00 per month (First and
Last Month rent), $400.00
Security Deposit, includes
spacious walk-in closet,
security screen, gas stove
ready, dual bathroom access,
cable TV and telephone ready,
water and air-condition
included, very spacious and
quiet area. call 502-8362
(10am/5p.m) or 361-7659
(Please leave a message).
FULLY FURNSHED one
bedrooms, one bathroom, living
and dining rooms, air
conditioned, ceiling fans, sec
bars, cooking gas and water
incl apartment for rent. Call
341-0331,456-6165.anytime.'


FOR RENT
FURNISHED, SPACIOUS, 1
bedroom apartment, Fox Hill.
Sec screen, A/C and water
included, $600 a month, $200
sec dep. Call 324-5658 after
6pm, Mon-Fri.
GOING TO ORLANDO? One
two-bedroom Condo and
Condo Efficiencies are
available for rent for one week,
at Westgate Lakes in Orlando,
Florida. Call 393-8478.






LIGHTBOURN REALTY
Rentals
TREASURE COVE. 3 bed, 2
bath newly renovated home.
Screened porch, furnished,
stainless steel appliances.
$3,200 month.
NEW! Blair Estates -
Spacious 3 bed, 2.5 bath
executive home with large pool,
well landscaped, generator
$3,600.00 month
NEWI St. Andrews Dr. Fully
furnished 2 bed, 1.5 bath, 900
sq. ft. townhouse w/ pool
$1,350.00 month
NEW! Commercial Village
Rd. 800 sq. ft. office / shop
space $1,500.00 month
Cable Beach 3 bed, 3 bath
home w/ office, beautifully
landscaped with pool. Asking
$3500 per month
Blair Estates 2 bed 2 bath
apartment w/ own yard space,
laundry $1500 per month.
Tel: 393-8630 Fax: 393-8638

HOUSE IN TREASURE COVE
This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom
house with separate living and
dining rooms is set within the
secure gated community of
Treasure Cove. Treasure Cove
offers (24 hour security), a
large park, a playground, and
beach access (which can been
seen from the front of the
house looking left) and only 35
metre walk, away. This house
is for rent at $3,240 pe month.
The living area of the house is
1,584 sq ft. The house is in the
quietist area of the Treasure
Cove community. 'Please call
322-8771, ask for Mr Smith.
CORAL HARBOR
1 bedroom apt for rent
fully furnished, cable, light,
& water. $800.00 per month
Tel: 362-2652 or 359-3786
BRAND NEW Kitchen
Cabinets for sale, $500 ono.
Tel 422-3486(C); 392-0473(H).
KOOL ACRES: 2 bed, 1 bath
apartment. Gated, alarm
system, central air, ceiling fans,
stove, fridge and water
included. First and last month
rent and sec deposit required
$800/pm. Call telephone
numbers: 424-0006 day time,
364-7777 after 6pm. Must see
to appreciate.


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PARADISE


"Your Gated
Community Specialists"
Treasure Cove, Sandyport,
Old Fort Bay, Lyford Cay
Let us take care of your family!
Sandyport R1189- Furn. 3/3
home on canal with study,
generator, dock and many
upgrades! $7,000
Westridge Cottage R1167-
Furn. 2/2 cottage on enclosed
property. Ready for immediate
occupancy! $2,200
Camperdown R1173- Furn.
3/2 family home on large
enclosed property. Great
neighbourhood. $3,100 ONO
Westward Villas R2207- New
unfum. 3/2.5 townhouse in the
- heart of Cable Beach! Great
price at $1,850
Skyline Heights R1183-
Immac. 5/5 lakefront home on
large 1.5 acre property. Must
see! $12,000
Seabeach Estates R2084-
Furn. 2/2.5 townhouse near the
beach! $2,800
Dick's Point R2204- Furn.
Oceanfront 3/3.5 townhouse in
ated, eastern community.
$6,000
Eastern Road R1172-
Oceanfront furn. 3/2 with pool.
Amazing views! $3,800
Treasure Cove R1180-
Spacious, furn. 5/3 with pool in
a gated, oceanfront community.
$5,500
Old Fort Bay R1154-
Immaculate 5/4 furn. Home on
canal with 1/1 guest cottage
and pool. $19,000
Exclusive Caprice R2161-
Fum. 3-4/ 3.5 oceanfront home
with ool and awesome views!
$5,000
Caves Point R2153- Fum.
3/3.5 condo with amazing
views! $5,000
Skyline Lakes R2142- Fum
2/2.5 and 3/2.5 townhouses in
the west. Starting at $2,000
Old Fort Bay R1111- 3/3 ? fum
home on canal. $15,000
Lyford Cay- Furn. homes in
exclusive community. Starting
at $8,500
Paradise Island R1044- 2/3
fum. villa with pool. $3,500
For more rental listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
www.paradisebahamas.com


SFOR RENT
NEW 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APTFor rent Gamble Heights
(South Beach) A/C, security
bars, water, $650 per month,
first and last month rent plus
security deposit, couples only,
2 children min, no pets. Phone
361-4035. Serious inquiries
only
NEW EFFICIENCY Apartment.
Ideal way to save money, this
cost effective efficiency
apartment located on the
eastern end of teh island.
Rent includes:
Fully furnished apartment,
gated, property, water, light,
cable, tank of gas, washer &
dryer, secured premises, air
conditioned, enclosed yard,
private entrance
Required Lease & deposit, rent
$750/monthly. Serious inquiries
only. Tel 502-1407(D) 324-
4909, 324-5110 (Night &
weekends).
OFFICE SPACE RENTAL
DOWNTOWN
3 OFFICES, 1 BOARDROOM,
KITCHEN, BATHROOM.
TEL 326-2955, 328-0567,
9.-5PM.
OFFICE SPACE. Ideal for
professionals. Downtown lots of
parking. Phone 362-2731,
NEWLY BUILT 2, 2-bedroom
Apt, ceiling fans, A/C, tiled
throughout, water included.
$750. Lazareto Road. Phone
341-6522.
NEWLY BUILT SPACIOUS 2-
bedroom Apt, A/C Unit
$700 monthly, sec $500.
Call:(work)302-2678,
(home)361-6021.
1-BEDROOM, fully furnished.
All utilities, Yamacraw Beach
Est. $595. Tel 364-4810, 341-
5933.
1-BEDROOM, furnished Apt
near Seagrapes Shopping
Center. $585/month. Suitable
for single individual.
Phone 327-5472.

2-BED, 2-BATH CABLE
BEACH CONDO. On the
beach. Furnished. Private
Parking. Laundry. Tel 544-
3989, or 392-0713.
NEWLY BUILT, unfurnished 2
bed, 1 bath off Hanna Road,
Fox Hill, c/fans, burglars bars,
tiled throughout, fenced in yard.
Just 5 minutes from SAC, St
Andrews, St Annes, Galilee
Academy, quiet area. Very
spacious, must see to
appreciate. Water included 1st
& last month + $300 sec
deposit. Phone 364-5443.
OFFICE SPACE water
included. Upstairs $800 per
month. Robinson Road. Tel
393-7367 or 325-4494.
SHOP 18x40(720sq ft)
Island Plaza, E Shirley St.
$950.
Tel 327-0667, 424-3330.
NEWLY WEDS, Efficiency
Condos are available for rent
for one week at Westgate
Lakes in Orlando, Florida. Call
393-8478.


SFOR RENT
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
CENTRALLY LOCATED,
NEAR DOWNTOWN,
SAFE ENVIRONMENT,
IDEAL FOR OFFSHORE
BUSINESS, OR SMALL
BUSINESS WITH
2-3 EMPLOYEES,
UTILITIES & CLEANING
INCLUDED.
$27 PER SO FOOT.
CALL 325-7595, 9AM-5PM.
NEW, unfurnished 2 bed, 1
bath, $650 per mth, 1st & last
mth rent, sec dep $400 air
cond and water incl, ideal for
sharing, Starlight Estate off
Barcardi Road. Phone 362-
0860 message.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Christie St, upstairs, & down
stairs
$900 & $1000/pm respectively
Phone 327-6899.
New Duplex
New duplex 2 bed 1 bath
Eastern area. Water included
security screens, tile throughout
central air. $650.00 / month
364-0411-Ms. Davis-evenings
ON PRIVATE ESTATE IN
GATED COMMUNITY, ONE
BEDROOM APARTMENT,
WELL DECORATED AND
MAINTAINED, BEC, CABLE,
GAS, WATER AND LAUNDRY
INCLUDED, $850 PER
MONTH, AVAILABLE
FEBRUARY 1ST. 557-4845.




and last. Carmichael Road. Tel
361-3187.
ONE BED APARTMENT for
rent, semi-furnished light, water
& cable included, $600 per
month, first & last $300 sec
deposit. Tel 427-9806, or
535-5645.
ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
Equipped w/central air. Water
included. $550 per month, first,
last and $300 sec dep required.
Star Estate off Prince Charles.
Call 557-3207 for viewing.
ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
equipped w/central air water
included. $550 per month. First/
last and $300 sec dep required.
Star Estates Off Prince Charles
Call 557-3207 for viewing.
ONE BEDROOM, furnished
apartment, water, light, cable,
A/C, burglar bars included
$625, first & last, $300 sec.
Phone 392-3619 call between
8am& 8:30pm.
ONE VERY LARGE 1-BED
Apt, refrigerator, stove, washer,
all white vertical blinds, air
condition, ceiling fans and
dining room set with water
included; cable ready, $600.
Faith Ave North. First & last
month rent & sec depo. 394-
0813(eve), 477-0603(day),
557-1059.
NEW 1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APT PARTLY FURNISHED.
FRIDGE, STOVE, WAER &
A/C. $550.00 MONTH. 1ST &
LAST + $400 SEC. PHONE
327-0172, 341-8808.


FOR RENT
PARADISE ISLAND
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Newly renovated, one
bedroom, washer and dryer
included within the apartment,
ceiling fans, air condition, fully
furnished, custom wooden
floors throughout, pool, 3
minutes away from Atlantis
walking. Ready to move in.
Tenant pays all utilities. Rental
$1,800 monthly.
Call 302-8764, 393-1048(HP).
Cell 424-4960
SHOP SPACE AVAILABLE
FOR RENT. LOCATED IN A
DENSELY POPULATED
AREA. IDEAL FOR
CONVENIENCE STORE,
BARBER AND BEAUTY
SALON, BEAUTY SUPPLY
SHOP, CLOTHING STORE,
TAILOR SHOP, ETC.
CONTACT 326-3740, OR
FURTHER DETAILS.
Spacious 2-Bed 2 1/2-Bath
Townhouse for rent. Furnished
with new appliances including
washer, dryer and dishwasher,
ocean views from large
balcony. Security ';bars,
hurricane shutters, central air
and large backyard. Sea Beach
Estates off West Bay St. $2,000
p/m. Call 327-1961.
Three Bedroom, Two Bath
Airconditioned/Central
Air/partially furnished Duplex -
Lexington Estates -Malcolm
Allotment $1,100.00 a month
first and last month rent
Security Deposit. Available
March 1 st,2006. Serious
Enquiries Only
Contact 356-3652/ after 6:00
p.m.
UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath
located in Yamacraw Shores
near beach. Conveniently
located to wash house, beauty
salon and convenience store.
Minutes away from pharmacy
and food store. Central air and
water included. In quite
residential area. Rent $800 per
month. First and last months
rent and $400 security deposit
required. Available 28th Nov.
2005. Phone, electricity and
cable ready.
Call.393-7333(D), 364-5961 (E)
ASK FOR MRS GRAY
SHAMMAH GUEST HOUSE
This newly built spacious one
bedroom one bath villa is
located in the Coral Harbour
area, fully furnished with a
queen size sofa bed and a
lovely beach view. $1,400 per
month water & cable incl. Dep
First and last month + sec,
Phone 362-0624, or 565-8318.
SHOP/OFFICE FOR RENT
Single storey building on the
comer of Kemp Road and
Pyfrom Road (Bar 20 comer)
High traffic area. Prime
location: Formally Snack Food
Wholesale security bars and
central air. $900 per month.
Phone 394-1098 after 5pm.
NEWLY BUILT very spacious
2 bedroom apt. Off C.W.
Saunders Highway with alarm,
central air, water, fridge &
stove, enclosed yard included.
$800 per month. 324-7293.
Available Now 18th.


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RENTALS
3499 Sandyport: Charming 3
bed island cottage with 2-4 ton
air conditioning units, ceiling
fans, generator, water softener
and wooden dock.
Outfitted with shutters, wooden
floors, French doors that open
onto a fabulous patio area and
landscaped. grounds. Enjoy
your very own beach and lovely
balcony that boasts great views
of the canal. $7000/pm.
3504 Shirley Street: Prime
commercial space, 4 spacious
offices, filing room, kitchenette,
separate men and women
restrooms, ample parking
spaces, and a welcoming
reception area. $5400/pm.
3497 Seapointe: Beachfront
town home located in the
secure gated community of Port
New Provider]ce, All amenities
imaginable 'areavailable at-Port
New Providence included boat
marina, private white sandy
beach, tennis court, community
center, and children's
playground and 24 hour
security patrolled. $5000/pm.
3533 Treasure Cove:
Beautifully decorated and
furnished 4 bed, 3 bath home
featuring tile flooring throughout
and enclosed swimming pool
with wet bar area, perfect for
the tropical sunny days.
$5000/pm.
3532 Dick's Point: Beautifully
appointed 3 bed waterfront unit,
furnished and spacious living
areas, ensuite bathrooms and 2
car parking. $5500/pm.
3528 Graham Acres: Very well
maintained 3 bed, 2.5 bath
home on an enclosed and
landscaped lot. Features
include: a fully equipped
kitchen with sitting area, a
maid's quarters, a formal dining
room, a lovely family room,
swimming pool, and storage
shed. $3700/pm.
3529 Winton: Furnished hilltop
2 bed townhome enjoying un-
obstructed views to the east
and the ocean beyond.
Recently re-tiled, and new
Corian counters installed in
kitchen and bathrooms.
Spacious open plan layout with
roll-down security/hurricane
shutters and 2-zone air
conditioning, and a generator.
$2000/pm.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or (242)
394-1494
Fax: (242) 394-1453
Info@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com

SHAMPOO ASST & NAIL
TECH / BOOTH RENTAL
NEED URGENTLY. 328-3791.


SFOR RENT
POOL HOUSE ,r, privaLe
estate in gated community, one
bedroom, very large, well
decorated and maintained,
exposed rafter ceilings, large
walk in closet, available March
1. $1, 200 per month. 557-
4845.

"VALENTINE'S SPECIAL"
ALL RETAIL, OFFICE &
SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS
GET YOUR STORE / OFFICE
SPACES ON BAY STREET
WITH CLOSE PRIVATE
PARKING FACILITIES NOW!!!
SPECIAL RATES !!
AVAILABLE ONLY UNTIL
FEBRUARY 14TH ,06 ON
STORE / OFFICE SPACES AT
THE SHOPPER'S HAVEN ON
BAY COMPLEX.
INTRODUCTORY 3 MONTH
SPECIAL DISCOUNT OFFER!
SOME UNITS AS LOW AS
$300.00 PER MONTH
CALL 328 2366 OR 322-7419
TODAY
VERY NICE ROOM
FOR RENT
Very clean person only.
One male only, $150 a week.
No kids, or pets. Weekly only.
$400 to move in. Furnished,
Free light, water, cable, fan,
color TV, DVD, VCR cordless
phone. Grove area off East St
Fenced- in yard. Call Miss
Kemp, 326-0669.
SANDYPORT BEACH LANE
fully furnished 3-bed, 3-bath
penthouse Apt with beautiful
views of the canal and ocean,
central air, front and rear patios
office facilities, boat dock,
beach, pools, tennis courts, et.
and 24-hr sec. $3,500 per
month. Tel 327-8135.
VERY SPACIOUS,
FURNISHED STUDIO
APARTMENT WITH
SEPARATE KITCHEN AND
BATHROOM. 300 YARDS
ACROSS FROM BEACH.
QUIET AREA $650 MONTHLY,
LIGHT, WATER & CABLE
INCLUDED. PHONE 380-4405,
LEAVE MESSAGE.
UNFURNISHED SPACIOUS, 1
BEDROOM APT, FOSTER
STREET, CHIPPINGHAM. A/C,
CEILING FAN, SEC BARS,
WATER INCLUDED. $550
MONTHLY, 1ST AND LAST
PLUS $400 SEC. AVAILABLE
MONTH END. 558-677, 324-
7093 EVENINGS.
VERY SMALL EFFICIENCY
STUDIO APT. Utilities, A/C
cable TV and private phone line
included in rent of $575 (no
cooking facilities). For quiet
matured male only no kids or
pets first/last rent + sec dep of
$755 Danottage Estates,
393-3667.
SINGLE FAMILY HOME
3-bed/2-bath, Golden Gates #2
$800/mthly, 1st & 2nd last mth
+ sec
Tel 327-0086 before 5pm, 324-
2734 after 6pm
558-0610/434-0952 anytime
ask for Ms Rolle or Mr Sands.
SEA BEACH ESTATES -
Efficiency fully furnished water,
cable, AC, elec, burglar bars &
television. $850 per month.
422- 2604/327-0232.


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FOR RENT
LARGE FOUR-BEDROOM
CONDO AVAILABLE
FOR RENT FOR ONE WEEK
AT WESTGATE LAKES IN
ORLANDO FLORIDA.
CALL 393-8478.
LARGE ONE BEDROOM,
furnished walk-in closet, AC,
burglar ars. Water and cable
included phone ready.
$750/mth 1st and Ist month +
sec dep required. No children
or pets. Phone 364-5827.
LOVE BEACH ESTATE
One townehouse
Fully furnished, central AC,
alarm system, fenced in yard
$1500.00 ONO
Tel: 359-1260
LOVELY FURNISHED, very
spacious 1 Room. Queen size
bed, 2 working couples, no
kids, no pets. Very clean.
Weekly only. $500 to move in.
$150 per week. Free water,
light, cable, cardless phone,
fan, colour TV DVD VCR.
Grove area. Off East St. Call
Miss Kemp, 326-0669.
LUXURY CONDOMINIUM
FOR RENT
New furished luxury
condominium for rent in
Nautica, a gated community,
Cable Beach. 3 bedrooms, 2
1/2 baths, one car garage,
2500sq ft, patio furished deck,
beautiful surroundings,
peaceful, secure location,
community pool, one block
from the beach, 15 minutes to
International Airport and 10
minutes to downtown Nassau.
Close to Cable Beach golf
course. Lease and deposits
requried. 393-1179 day's and
evenings. $3,500 a month for
long term lease and $3,800 a
month for a short term rental.
MCKINNEY DRIVE, OFF
CARMICHAEL 1-BED, 1-BATH
APT, FULLY FURN, UTILITIES
INCLUDED, CABLE $750/PM
AND ONE PARTLY FURN
$525/PM. PHONE 323-8789
DAYS, OR 361-1160 EVE.
NEW UNFURNISHED 2 bed, 1
bath; $650 per month, 1st 8
last month rent, sec dep $600 -
Living room furnised, ail
condition, ideal for sharing
Starlight Estate off Bacardi Rd.
Phone 362-0860 leave
message..
NEW 2-BED, 1-BATH API
FAITH GARDEN. Central A/C
fridge, stove, stack washer
dryer, ceiling fans burglar bars
water, cable & phone ready
$800 per-month, first, last 8
$600 deposit. Tel 361-5646
NEW 2-BEDROOM, 1 BATI-
APT, UNFURN Ih
SMITHVILLE, A NEW SUBE
NEXT TO FOXDALE
BURGLAR BARS, A/C
CEILING FAN, WATEF
INCLUDED, $650/PM, $30(
SEC DEP. 324-8584 OR 380
2683(LEAVE MESSAGE).
UNFURNISHED 1 BEDROOM
APARTMENT
OFF MCKINNEY DR
AVAILABLE FOR RENT.
PLEASE CONTACT
324-7352..


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SFOR RENT

WEST IS BEST!
FULLY FURNISHED 2 bed/ 2
bath Cottage with covered patio
and caport. One of eight in
gated community.
Call Ricky @ 359-0179.
SEMI-FURN bed Efficiency.
A/C, water & light included. St
Michael's Rd off Prince
Charles, $575/mth. $300 sec
dep. Tel 364-2878/395-7387.
TOWNHOUSE SEA BREEZE
spacious 2 bed, 1 1/2 bath,
fridge, stove, washer/dryer and
water. $950/mth.
Phone 393-5845.
TWO BED APARTMENT off
Saunders Highway. A/C, water,
light and cable included.
$750/pm. Contact 364-5546.
TWO BEDROOM APT
STAPLEDON GARDENS
NO CHILDREN .$800.00
PH: 328-2231.
TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT
COWPEN ROAD
$875 monthly, Security deposit
$500 First & last month rent.
2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath,
washer/dryer, sec bars, water
included. Tel 341-3643.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
IN PALMDALE,.$450/MTH.
CALL 356-0545.
SANDYPORT 1-BEDROOM
APT FOR RENT. FEB 12-19
FOR $2,000.
CALL 1-651-778-1446.
ONE 1-BED APARTMENT,
A/C, WATER INCLUDED.
PHONE 323-8207, 392-5264.
SPACIOUS 1-BED APT IN
DELAPORTE FOR RENT.
$600. PER MONTH. WATER,
FRIDGE AND STOVE
INCLUDED. NO KIDS OR
PETS 32-'1005
SEMI-FURNISHED 1 bedroom
Eficiency. A/C, waler & ihgnl
included. St Michael's Road.
Off Prince Charles. $575/mth.
$300 sec dep.
Tel 364-2878/395-7387.
TWYNAM near beach attractive
1200 sq ft, 1-bed, 2-bath
apartment, semi furnished,
fridge, stove, washer, on large
private property, very nice,
$850/pm. Tel 423-1725.
UNFURNISHED 1-bed, 1-bath,
living & dining rooms, air-
conditioned, ceiling fans, sec
bars, cooking gas & water incl
apt for rent. Call 341-0331,
456-6165 anytime.
UNFURNISHED BEDROOM
apartment water, light, phone
A/C, cable, utilities included
$600 a month, $200 sec dep.
No kids Serious inquires only.
SAnytime, 341-0196.
UNFURNISHED ROOM for
rent, single female only, $325
per month, first and lasl
months, $250 sec dep, watel
included. Stapledon Gardens
Tel 322-4275.
UNFURNISHEE ROOM
FOR RENT IN PRIVATE
HOME, SINGLE, FEMALE.
CALL AFTER 6PM.
PHONE 364-7638.


FOR RENT

PILOT HOUSE CONDO EAST
BAY ST, OPP POOP DECK
One bedroom completely
furnished water included, TV,
microwave & dishwasher,
swimming pool and 24 hour
sec. Phone Donald Russell at
393-2259.
UNFUR'ED 2BED, 1 BATH,
LIVING & DINING ROOMS,
AIR CONDITIONED, CEILING
FANS, SEC BARS, COOKING
GAS AND WATER INCLUDED
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
CALL 341-0331, OR 456-6165
ANYTIME.
SPACIOUS 1-bedroom
apartment, available for rent.
o children or pets allowed.
Please contact 324-7352.
WINTON HEIGHTS 2 bed, 1
1/2 bath townhouse, opposite
beach. Sec bars, A/C, fridge
and stove, cable ready
$875/pm. Call 364-4837.
TURN KEY BEAUTY SALON
FOR RENT.
ALL FACILITIES IN PLACE
CENTRAL LOCATION.
REPLY TO N4101.
UNFURNISHED two bedrooms,
one bathroom, living & dining
rooms, air conditioned, ceiling
fans, sec bars, house for rent.
Call 361-0166 between the'
hours of 6:30pm 9pm week
days and anytime weekends.
SINGLE FURNISHED ROOM -
for single. matured person.
No kids, no pets. $375.00/mth
Serious calls only.
Utilities included.
Call 565-1510.
UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath
Apt, Farrington Rd. Water and
cable included. $600, First, last
+ sec $200. Call 552-1988.

HELP WANTED
WE ARE LOOKING
FOR PERSONS TO
FILL THE FOLLOWING
POSITIONS ON BOARD
INTERNATIONAL
CRUISE SHIP!
Assistant Housekeeping
Manager
Assistant Purser/
Front Desk Receptionist
Assistant Waiter
Bartender
Broadcast Technician
Casino Dealer
Cruise Staff
Fitness Instruction
Hairstylist
Headwaiter
Massage therapist
Photographer
Youth Activity Coordinator
All the above positions require
extensive hands-on experience
Call us now for more
information at:-
Tel 356-8806 or visit us at:
Rubins buildings, 2nd Floor
George St, (1st corner across,
the Straw Market) Nassau
rBahamas.
CASHIER WANTED
PHONE 341-3419.
NURSES AND NURSE AIDES
needed for home care nursing
Contact 544-2957 or send ma
to : PO Box 51432, Nassau.


HELP WANTED

A FAST GROWING local
company seeks to employ a
well groomed, customer
oriented, experienced delivery
driver/ messenger with valid
drivers license.
For more information please
call 242-326-0103.
WELL ESTABLISHED
WHOLESALER requires
warehouse workers, truck
drivers and helpers,
merchandiser and a
receptionist. Company offers
good benefits. No phone calls
please. Apply in person at
Lightboum Trading Co, Mackey
Street, next door to Nassau
Hotels & Restaurants.
LICENSED PLUMBER
needed. $900 per week, 5-6
week job. Must have all tools.
M-F, 7am-4:30pm.
Contact 326-5464, Mr Coleby.
A FAST GROWING local
import company seeks to
employ, an assertive, self
motivated, wel! groomed,
dependable sales agent with
reliable transportation. For
more information please call
242-326-0103.
A SMALL YACHT CLUB on
one of the Family Islands is
looking to employ (2) two young
ladies that- possess the
following qualities, daring,
radiant, energetic, attractive,
motivated and want to get out
of ht rat race in Nassau. Then
call us for a interview 394-3764.
SAre you Self Starter?
SAre you highly Motivated?
Are you the best of the best?
A bor Leader?
Can you run a daily operation
on your own?
Then we are looking for you!
WANTED URGENTLY:
Controller/Office Manager
H/R Manager Needed
Sales Agent Needed
Call #6364247
BEAUTY HAVEN NAIL
SALON needs Nail
Technicians, Full time,
professionals. Please cal
Kiesha, 393-8253, 325-1882.
CARPENTER NEEDED.
$40.00 per day
CALL 326-0669
ASK FOR MISS KEMP

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HELP WANTED

BAHAMAS EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
HEPBURN HOUSE,
SHIRLEY STREET NEEDED.
RESIDENT MANAGER
FOR AN INTERNATIONAL
BANKING GROUP FOR ITS
NASSAU BASED
SUBSIDIARY.
Candidates should have the
following qualifications and
experience:
* An internationally recognized
banking or relevant
professional qualification
At least 10 years senior level
general banking experience
including depth knowledge of
the credit, treasury,
compliance and trust
functions.
Familiarity with Central Bank
Bahamas banking regulations
and guidelines currently in
force.
Fluency in Spanish, while not
essential world be an
advantage.
Supenor Communications
and interpersonal skills.
The company offers security
and a very attractive
compensation packaged as
benefits.
Please bring 2 reference from
pass employers, valid police
record passport photo and a
resume to the above address.
NO PHONE CALL,
NO FAX ACCEPTED.
WINDWARD ISLANDS
NATIONAL RESIDING IN THE
STATES NOW SEEKS TO
RETURN
BACK TO THE WARMTH OF
THE ISLANDS I HAVE
ATTAINED THE CPA AND
MBA
DESIGNATIONS AND
EARNESTLY SEEKS A
SENIOR LEVEL
ACCOUNTING POSITION
IN THE BAHAMAS.
CONTACT DRE @ (718) 919-
0396
ASSISTANT FOR LADIES
GYM, WILL TRAIN.
CALL 356-7853.
CHURCH MUSICIANS
NEEDED
A contemporary church is
seeking the following
experience musicians:
*Keyboardist & band leader
*Bassist
Successful applicants should
be born again, have the ability
I to play by air, read chord
Charts, play all genres of
I Gospel Music and be available
,to travel. Please call 436-5061
,to arrange an audition.
t
COMPETENT, MATURE,
RESPONSIBLE
f LIVE-IN HELPER
II TO CARE FOR A CHILD WITH
t SPECIAL NEEDS.
. RETIRED NURSE WOULD BE
GREAT!
e COMFORTABLE, PRISTINE
LIVING ENVIRONMENT.
US VISA AND JOB
REFERENCES NECESSARY.
ABILITY TO TRAVEL FOR
v EXTENDED PERIODS.
CALL 327-1019


HELP WANTED

CREATIVE LADY with
experience needed to make
and sell gift baskets. Phone
323-3345.
CUSTOM FRAMER NEEDED
Art Gallery requires
experienced picture framer.
Applicant must be reliable and
hard working individual with
Stood communication skills.
hone 325-7662.
Fax 325-7832.
DELI HELPER/CLEANER.
LOOKING FOR PERSONS
WITH PLEASANT ATTITUDE.
BETWEEN 9AM-5PM.
323-3501
EMPLOYER seeking to employ
female as cook, cleaner for a
small guest house on Out
Island. Please respond to
telephone. 454-5142. Salary
based on experience.
ENERGETIC SALES CLERKS
NEEDED FOR RETAIL
STORE. FOR INTERVIEW,
PLEASE CALL 328-3774
EXPERIENCED CHINESE
COOK required urgently. Apply
to: PO Box N4691, Nassau.
EXPERIENCED COOK &
HELPER needed. 6 days.
Serious inquires only.
Tel 341-8688.
EXPERIENCED MASONS
needed. Tel 454-9358(Cell);
341-5322(H). Bahamians only.
GARDENER WANTED
PLEASE CALL (242)336-1272.
GARENER needed.
Tel 557-3829, 328-1891.
GENERAL MECHANIC
needed. Contact Mike Kemp,
325-0881/2.
HANDYMAN needed.
Apply to: PO Box 4006.
HANDYMAN WANTED. TEL
392-5594, PO Box CR-54468
HANDYWOMAN NEEDED.
PHONE 325-7417.
BOX N8328.
HELP WANTED
AUTO PARTS STORE
PHONE 356-7331.
HELPERS AND CUTTERS
NEED TO REMOVE SCRAPS.
CALL 327-0209, OR 424-4356.
HOUSEKEEPER needed to
take care of house-hold chores
and care for small child.
324-4028.
HOUSEKEEPER/NANNY
needed.
Must have own transportation.
Phone 565-8525.
Nassau GymNastics is looking
for hard-working, responsible,
energetic people to train as part
time coaches for our program.
Must have reliable
transportation and must love
working with children. No
experience necessary. Please
call 364-8423 to schedule an
interview or send information
to nassaunastics@yahoo.com.
BUS DRIVER wanted for Route
15A. Must have Public Service
Driver's License. Do not
smoke/drink. Must provide
police & traffic record. Service
enquiries only Phone 457-4009.


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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED


INSTALLATION & SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
We are seeking an individual
to join our firm as a field
installation and service
technician. The successful
candidate will provide
installation and support
services for IP based systems
including video systems,
wireless network equipment,
satellite systems and WIFI
hotspots Preference will be
given to qualified individuals
with Wireless radio and IP
based video network
experience. A minimum of one-
year experience with IP based
systems is desired.
Job Duties/Accountabilities
-Install and maintain wireless
radio, antennas and support
cabling
-Troubleshoot and repair
wireless and wired systems
-Install and maintain IP based
video and security systems
- Install and maintain wired and
wireless LANs
-End user technical support
Critical Qualifications/
Competencies
-Advanced oral communication,
inter-personal skills
-Advanced Computer and
network troubleshooting and
installation skills
-Clear understanding of IP
based systems, wireless
technologies relating to WISP
services. WIFI and Security
offerings.
Please email your resume to:
info@securenetbahamas.com
by January 20, 2006

2 MECHANICS NEEDED
1 with minimum 5 years
experience with scan tools.
Contact 326-6377, Albert
Saunders.
PROFESSIONAL BARBER
needed able to cut all hair
types, pleasant attitude, people
person is a must. Contact 327-
0086, 558-0610 ask for Ms
Rolle.
MALE NEEDED TO OPERATE
HEAVY EQUIPMENT SHOULD
POSSESS SOME
MECHANICAL SKILLS AND
BE WILLING TO WORK
WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS.
PHONE 380-8045.
INTERNATIONAL
CRUISE SHIPS
JOB OPENING URGENTII
Crew Cook Utility/Messman
Galley Cleaner
Pot Washer
Bar boy/Bar utility
Deck Attendant
Ordinary Seaman
Cabin Steward/ess
Assistant Cabin Steward/ess
Bell Staff
Cleaner/Pool attendant
Laundry man
Engine Utility man
Oiler
Wiper
Painter
All the above are entry level
positions.
Call us now for more
information at:
Tel: 356-8806 or visit us at:
Rubins Building, 2nd Floor,
George Street, (1st corner
across the Straw Market)
Nasbau, Bahamas. '


LIVE-IN HANDYMAN for large
property. Duties include
household repairs, painting,
cleaning windows and autos,
care of large garden; total care
three dogs (feeding, grooming,
exercise). Six days per week.
Tel 362-4738.
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
needed. A matured lady 50+ is
needed for live-in housekeeper.
Must be fluent in English and
Spanish. Qualified applicants
please call 394-3763.
LIVE-IN MAID FOR FAMILY IS
to help elderly couple. Must be
a Christian, non-smoker, non-
drinker.
Must have a driver's licence.
Call 242-357-1105.
LIVE-IN MAID needed, 6 days
per week. Phone 364-4765.
LOOKING FOR 3 LADIES
2 experienced Barmaids, must
have good social &
communication skills. Also
needed 1 Cook. Contact 556-
2475 between the hours of
9am-6pm.
LOOKING FOR A MALE
BETWEEN THE AGE OF 18-
25 TO BE TRAIN AS A GLASS
TECHNICIAN.
TEL 424-4372.
Looking for Young, Intelligent,
Professional, Well-spoken
and focused individual that can
take initiative for an
administrative entry-level
position in the finance industry.
You must be positive, mature
and be able to communicate
with affluent clients. This is a
very good position with many
benefits and a great work
environment. Please send
resume and cover letterto
helpwantedbahamas @yahoo.c
om. Only suitable candidates
will be contacted.
K3 TEACHER needed
immediately. Must be able to
teach ABEKA curriculum.
Contact 326-3777, or 565-
2002.
MARKETING COMPANY
seeks motivated Commissioned
Sales Agent/Receptionist. Must
have typing skills and have all
travel documents in order. For
and interview contact
BREARCOM at 394-7092 or
Email:info@brearcom.com.
WRITER/EDITOR
For leading publishing house.
Full-time or part-time. Must be
talented and accurate. Must
have experience or a
journalism degree. Please
supply samples.
Send resume to: C3191, c/o
The Tribune, P.O. Box N-3207,
Nassau, Bahamas
WOOD SHOP MANAGER/
PROCESS DESIGNER/
SHOP SUPERVISOR
Spanish Wells. Must be skilled
with all wood shop
tools/machinery incl sharper,
molder, process/tooling/fixtures
for production of wood doors,
shutters, cabinets, furniture,
and other wood products. Must
also be familiar with sources of
supply in the USA for
acquisition of raw materials,
machinery and tooling. Reply
to Lorrie Johnson, 242-359-
7695. '' .


NASSAU LEADING TATTOO
PARLOUS
THE TATTOO KING I George
& Bay Street
THE TATTOO KING II
Marathon Road
Tel: 394-8144 / 356-8803
Looking for the following
persons to work in the exciting
world of Tattoo Design. No
experience necessary. We will
train you for 3 months in the Art
of Tattoo Designs.
Only 30 persons will be
accepted for our 6 month
employee programme
NEED EXTRA CASH?
BECOME AN AVON REP AND
EARN UP TO 50%
COMMISSION. SIGN UP NOW
FOR FREE! CALL 341-8173.
NEEDED HANDYMAN.
CALL 362-1387.
NEEDED: BODY REPAIRMAN
FOR AUTO SHOP. MUST
HAVE EXPERIENCE SHOP
WILLING TO DO SOME
TRAINING. MUST BE
HONEST, RELIABLE AND
HARDWORKING. CALL 393-
5980, 323-1083, OR 426-5665.
NEEDED: Part-time Florist at
small, active florist shop. Must
have some experience. Please
call 394-8372 two reference
required.
NEEDED: Secretary for Auto
Repair Shop. Must be computer
literate, honest, hardworking,
professional, reliable,
trustworthy and must have
transportation. Have resume
available. Cal 393-5980, 323-
1083,426-5665.
NOW HIRING:
Gaylord's Indian Restaurant is
hiring Waitresses. Individual
must be reliable. Please apply
in person with resume to
Gaylord's Dowdeswell Street.
NURSERY SCHOOL
ADMINISTRATOR 364-0292.
ONE HOUSEKEEPERIBABY-
SITTER NEEDED. FIVE (5)
DAYS PER WEEK, 35 YEARS
OR OLDER WITH OWN
TRANSPORTATION (PLUS)
CARE FOR NEW BORN,
LIGHT HOUSEWORK,
SCHOOL DROP OFF.
326-5084, 9-5PM; 324-8913,
7PM-10PM

WANTED
MALE or FEMALE DRIVER
TO SERVICE ROUTE 9B.
PLEASE CALL JUDY,
325-5084, 393-5739.
MAID NEEDED.
APPLY PHONE 565-7407.
SALESPERSON'S NEEDED to
work in designer store Polo
Jeans is looking for experience
Salegirls, to work in our stores.
You must be customer friendly,
willing to learn the business, and
you must have a good
character.
Interested persons should
submit the following to The
Polo Jean Store in the Mall at
Marathon.
Resume
Three References
Passport picture
No calls will be accepted.


PEARL ISLAND IS LOOKING
FOR SNORKEL GUIDES,
STINGRAY GUIDES, GRILL
COOK.
Requirements: Outgoing
personality. Worked in this field
at least for 2 years. Please
come to Bay Shore Marina
Tuesday and Friday at 7am to
Ret application ask for
amantha.
PEARL ISLAND looking for
water sports operation
supervisor requirements;
Leader skills, computer
knowledge, knowledge of all
water based operations worked
in these fields for a least 4
years Please fax to resume to
242-324-7540.
PROGRESSIVE YOUNG
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
that respects its valuable
workers seeks a carpener,
mason, & their respective
helpers. Applicants MUST be
fast, possess aptitude in
reliability i.e reports to work
everyday on time, honest, and
drug free. You must be
prepared to -WORK on
SATURDAYS OR EXTRA
HOURS. A driver's license and
trade training is an asset.
Carpenter & masons applying
should be semi -skilled as
training will be provided, with
BGCSE's in Math, Science, or
English. Helpers should be
between the ages of 17-23.
Interested persons can eall
(242)356-5687 and provide
police recorded.
RESPONSIBLE, ENERGETIC
MANAGER NEEDED FOR
RETAIL STORE.
FOR INTERVIEW;
PLEASE CALL 328-3774:
SALES PERSON needed for
retail store. Must be computer
literate, outgoing, reliable and.
honest. Interested persons'
should contact 356-7870.

SALES PERSON needed for
retail store. Must be computer'
literate, outgoing, reliable and
honest. Interested persons:
should contact 356-7870.

SECURITY FULL TIME
POSITIONS AVAILABLE ON
THE MIDNIGHT SHIFT AT
THE MALL AT MARATHON.:
PRIOR SECURITY
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
GOOD PAY AND BENEFITS.
APPLY IN PERSON, MALL
MANAGEMENT OFFICES. NO
PHONE CALL PLEASE.
SUPERVISORS, CASHIER,
PUMP ATTENDANTS,
PLEASE BRING ID AND
REFERENCES TO SHELL
PRINCE CHARLES SERVICE
S STATION, PRINCE CHARLES
DRIVE, OPPOSITE DORIS
JOHNSON HIGH, ANY WEEK-
DAY BETWEEN 3:00 AND
6PM.
PEARL ISLAND Is looking for
Island operations Manager
requirements. Leader skills
computer knowledge, language
German, Italian & Spanish
knowledge of maintenance
experience in ,hospitality
industry. Please fax resume to
242-324-7540. .


HELP WANTED

URGENTLY NEEDED
1 Nail Technician (Christian)
Can do do
Nail Art and Massages
* Basic salary and Commission.
Phone 328-1250.
URGENTLY NEEDED,
KITCHEN HELPERS.
PHONE 392-4934.
VACANCY
A local, well established
Beverage Company is seeking
qualified applicants to fill the
position of NETWORK
ADMINISTRATOR.
Responsibilities:
* Manages Local Area Network
(LAN) performance; hardware
and software maintenance and
licensing;
* Installs software;
* Documents the network and
maintains LAN security.
* Evaluates vendor products in
hardware, software and
telecommunications equipment
and- recommends purchases
consistent with short and long
term objectives
* Recommends and implements
LAN. policies and. standards,
ensuring adherence to security
procedures.
* Maintains contact with outside
organizations in the
maintenance, .service and/or
purchaseqf LAN hardware ind
software.
Qualifications:
* Bachelor's degree in
Computer Science or a related
degree, or equivalent education
and work experience. Microsoft
Certified Systems Engineer
(MCSE), Cisco Certified
Network Administrator CCNA)
certification/training would be
an asset. Significant knowledge
of or background.in integrated
online systems. ; -
LANs/WANs, telecommunica-
tions networks and :application:
software, preferred.
* Knowledge of Microsoft
Windows, NT 4.0 A minimum of
one (1) year experience
working with Windows
2000/2003) Server, Microsoft
Exchange, Microsoft Office
Professional and Internet
applications, preferred.
Please send resume to: PO'
Box CB-11182, Nassau,
Bahamas.
WE ARE LOOKING TO
FILL THE FOLLOWING
POSITION URGENTLY
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
SEEKS TO EMPLOY A
DYNAMIC SALES AGENT TO
SELL HOUSE & LOT
PACKAGES FOR
DEVELOPING COMPANY.
MUST HAVE OWN CAR
SALARY BENEFITS AS
FOLLOWS:
$100 Per Week.
$50 For Gas allowances per
week
2% Commission of Package
Average of $2,000 per sales,
weekly Salary will be $4,300
with quota of just 2 sales.
Must be a natural sales person,
knowledge of home buildings
plus only 4 persons needed.
APPLY NOW.
CALL 356-8803 4.
ONE HANDYMAN needed.
Call 327-5441.
ONE HANDYMAN needed.
Call 364-8871.- t , -. ,


HELP WANTED

VACANCY
MERCHANDISER
Pepsi-Cola Bahamas Bottling
company invites applicants
from suitably qualified persons
to fill the position of
Merchandiser.
The position is responsible for
ensuring that Pepsi-Cola
products are properly stocked
on shelves, racks, and in
coolers according to brand sets
while ensuring proper rotation.
Successful applicant must be
able to work independently,
ossess a valid drivers license,
ave own transportation with
safe driving record, good
organizational and
communication skills.
Qualification & Experience:
High School Graduate;
experience in merchandising
will be an asset.
Please submit resume to: PO
Box N3004, Nassau, Bahamas.
WANT TO BECOME a part of
our construction apprenticeship
program we have customers
that call us just to build
foundations, block-up, construct
roofs, etc. Piece work only take
days you can learn how to
construct from the ground up.
Call 322-2692; Cell 456-7334.
WANTED: 2 Site Managers
Must be proficient in cost
control, sure trac scheduling,
computer estimating and all
aspects of construction
management. (Site based on a
remote island). Please reply to:
PO Box Personnel Manager,
PO Box N1254, Nassau.
WANTED: Experienced,
honest, reliable Taxi Driver
only. Serious inquires. Phone
324-8970 636-2715.
WANTED: LIVE-IN MAID,
MATURE, AGE 40, PREVIOUS
CHILDREN CARE/
NURSING EXPERIENCE. 326-
4660/361-1841.
WANTED: LIVE-IN MAID,
MATURE, CHRISTIAN. MON-
SAT, $150.
PHONE 362-2292/456-4112.
WANTED: One experienced
Beautician to work in centrally
located salon. Good
commission. Phone 322-5753.
WE ARE LOOKING TO
FILL THE FOLLOWING
POSITIONS
8 Mason @ $100 per day
20 Helper @ $50 per day
4 Carpenters @ $110 per day
2 Carpenters $110 per day
2 Plumbers @ $110 per day
4 Tile Layer @ $100 per day
5 Painters @ $70 per day
10 Sub Contractor to build
Foundation Belt course must
mobilize jobs reference
required
Drivers needed $300 per week
plus $50 per week, gas
allowances, must have pick-up
truck.
Call urgently 356-8803 or 4
MUMBOS RENOVATIONS &
GENERAL REPAIRS.
Roofing, Carpentry, tiling,
plumbing & Masonry.
Tel: 392-1269 / 424-1041.
NEEDED URGENTLY a maid
Please apply to: PO Box
GT2344 .








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BUSINESS
SERVICES
AFTER HOLIDAY BREAK
SAVINGS
OPTIMUM TOUCH HAIR &
NAIL SALON
Nail Special
Starting from 15 & up.
Manicure $10
Pedicure $25
(Male & Female)
Braiding (All Types) $15 & up
Kids & Adults.
Make an appointment today!
Enhance your everyday school
& work appearances.
Call 392-2970,or E-mail
ladylockhart@hotmail.com

BEES
Get RID of
Stinging Bees.

Call for price. 393-3939
BRAIDS @ BEST PRICES
JAN '06.
ROPE TWIST, $100
TWIST EXT, $50
MICRO SHINGLES, $100
CORN ROWS, $30
BIG BRAIDS, ETC.
CALL: 356-8873/434-7970,
KISHKA
BULLS' SECURITY
Need Commercial/Residential
security? Don't worry!
Need a private matter
investigated? Don't worryll
Leave it to us.
Just call Bulls' @
392-2918, or 424-3465.
CHOICE PAINTERS
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Starting @ $399.00
Trucking Service available.
Tel 392-1194. Cell 636-4421
IMPROVE PROFITABILITY,
Sales, Cash flows; control
Expenses. Professional,
experienced manager/manage-
ment accountant. Tel 535-9746.
WORLD OF PRODUCTS
www.lcigiftcenter.com.
Phone (242)326-1606
Cell (242)557-8665.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
Professional Services
Plumbing, Electrical A/C,
Washer & Dryer, Trucking for
soil, fill, cracker dust sand,
trash removal
Cell:436-6851
OFFICE:323-7859
MORE THAN JUST BLINDS
Liquidation Sale
Starts Jan 21, '06
Everything Must Gol
Single starts @ $38.00
Double Blinds @ $65.00
Open: Mon -Sat, 9am-6pm.
Phone 323-2032

POSITION
WANTED

LADY seek job as
babysitter/housekeeper taking
care of elderly or days worker.
Call 392-6566.
LADY with own transportation
seek babysitting at night or a
clean company. Contact 456-
7476.


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PATIO SALE

COME ONE. COME ALLI
BIGGEST TENT SALE
EVERYTHING MUST gO
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
Name Brand Clothes
New Refrigerator, freezer on
bottom $1,800 obo.
Restaurant equipment, plates
cup, spoon, knives, table
clothes, napkins, pots, pans
trays, mirrors, garden chairs,
shelves, TV, adult videos,
stereo. curtains, antique piano
computer and more. 2 new
Chrysler car head lights,
speakers, everything must go
Come see to believe.
Tel 364-6752, 477-1120
MOVING PATIO SALE
SAT, JAN 21 & 22ND
LITTLE BLAIR
HOUSEHOLD, CLOTHES,
FURNITURE.
393-2261, 5PM-8PM.



PATIO SALE STARTS
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18.
WIDE VARIETY OF
CLOTHES & SHOES -
NOTHING OVER $5. ALSO
TABLES AND MANY
OTHERHOUSEHOLD ITEMS.
NO REASONABLE OFFER
WILL BE REFUSED
PHONE 394-4017.


POSITION
WANTED
A LADY wants to share 2
bedroom apt with single
person, light, water, cable,
phone, included $100 per week
each; 364-7433.
A RELIABLE, MATURED lady
with own transportation seeks
days or babysitting. Tel 544-
1037.
A RESPONSIBLE, hard
working lady with car seek days
work or babysitting. Please call
544-0127.
DO YOU NEED a maid,
babysitter, or caring for the
elderly. Call 327-5670.
DO YOU need a professional
Receptionist/Secretary?
Matured lady seeks a position.
Call 565-1510.
DO YOU NEED someone to
come in 2-3 days per week to
clean your home? Then you
should call this number NOW!!!
CALL 394-8605, 426-3958
MALE seeks job as general
worker, labourer, or to work as
a handyman in store. or
business place. Also able to do
small repairs and servicing of
appliances. Can provide a good
recommendation. Call 394-
8605 and ask for Des.
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
seeks job in electronics store or
appliance store. Also able to do
repairs and servicing too. Can
be recommended. Call 394-
8605 and ask for Des.
FACIALS, relax facial
massage, and make over.
By App't only, 565-1510.
HONEST LADY seeks job as a
maid, baby sitter, care taker or
to o days work. Please call
552-0403.
HONEST RELIABLE lady
seeks live out, babysitting job.
Contact 323-3479 at anytime.
HOUSEKEEPER
with driver licence,
experienced, from 32 -46
seeking live-in.
Nassau or Family Islands,
328-4004.
I'M AN HONEST YOUNG Lady
need a job urgently. Mon- Sat.
Please call 535-0769.
IN DISTRESS "Pain" Manage
neck, head, face, leg, arms,
feet & back
By App't only, 565-1510.
LADY LOOKING PART-TIME
to Bathe/bath. Morning or
night or care after night. 394-
3325, 565-9145 anytime after
10am.
LADY seek job as, day works
or live-in or live-out or to cook
for a small family or to care for
an elderly person. Call at 364-
6644 ask for Donna. Serious
inquire
LADY seeks days work on
Monday, Wednesdays, and
Friday from 10am until
5:30pm.
I am also available to do office
cleaning on those days. Can
provide a clean police record
along with resume. I can be
well recommended ,<. \,,. ,. *
Call 394-8605, or 426-3958.


POSITION
WANTED

LADY seeks days work on
Monday, Wednesdays, and
Friday, from 10am until
5:30pm. I am also available to
do office cleaning on those
days. Can provide a
cleanpolice record along with
resume. I can be well
reommeded. Call 394-8605, or
426-3958.
LADY SEEKS JOB AS LIVE-
OUT HOUSEKEEPER/ LIV E-
IN/DAYS OR NIGHT WORK.
CALL 326-1749 OR 326-1918
MATURE, honest and reliable
lady seeks job full time as office
clerk, receptionist /secretary.
Has 3 years experience with
multi-office tasks is computer
literate has typing and excellent
communication skills. Available
to work 5 or 7 days a week and
willing to work over time. Tel
394-7803.
MATURE, RELIABLE LADY
with driver's licence seeks
housekeeping or babysitting,
care for the eldery. Willing to
work for $200.
Tel 364-7433
POSITION WANTED
Do you need someone to come
in 2-3 days per week to clean
your home? Then you should
call this number NOW!!
CALL 394-8605, OR 426-3958.
PRATICIAL NURSE seeking
job caring for the elderly or
child care. 341-8993
RELIABLE LADY looking for
part time job available 3pm to
evening, 5 days a week. Tel
454-5580,or 454-6955.
RELIABLE LADY seek
evening job as a babysitter
from 3.30pm until 7pm. Tel
325-8217, 361-1772.
SEEKING A JOB AS
BABYSITTER OR TO WORK
IN A BAR / RESTAURANT OR
CLUB.
CELL 434-3819, 3234486.
YOUNG LADY seeking job
caring for children. Tel 341-
8993.
YOUNG LADY with High
School Diploma seeks a
position as a Waitress, Bar
id, or Cashier. Please call
322-3396 ask for Tia after
5pm.

I LOST

MISSING
SONY VIAO BLACK LAPTOP.
PERSONAL CONTENT.
SUBSTANTIAL
REWARD OFFERED
PLEASE CALL 702-3000.

TUMON
CREATIVE SEW! SAVE
SEWING CLASSES 25% OFF.
PHONE 361-4314.
EXPERIENCED TEACHER
offers Private Classes in
French (all levels incl BGCSE
coaching) and English as a
second language;i. si
324-6059, 427-8046.


FOR SALE
Cozy tents with serving counter
10ftx10ft $499 ea
Beautiful back yard umbrellas
with candles lights style lighting
$299
Two file cabinets wooden $199
ea
Executive chairs leather black
$199
2 avails Secretary's desk
wooden $399
Executive china cabinet
wooden $499
Portable table and chair set $99
Misc Art pieces also available
325-1805/424-1076

FOR SALE
2 maple shelves w/draws 4ft
tall, $110 ea
Track light brand new, $50
2 arm salesman rack, brand
new, $100
Chrome grid wall, $23 a sheet
Wall waterfalls, $6.75 ea band
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2 Orand new byfold closets;
1 interior door w/locks $65
band new
3 sheet of sheet rock, $15 ea
PVC sale sign, $20 exterior,
used
Female clear body forms $20
ea
3 shelves $30 maple
2 2-way racks $85 ea band new
Male & female cartier watch
$100 ea
Brand new Sandals Stock @
$10 ea
Brand new shoes @ $15 ea
Tel: 325-0868
FOR SALE
A/C UNIT 8,000 BTU. $150.
CALL;:O02267;8(W)iv ?lso ~3i :.
361-6021(H).


ARTICLES
FOR SALE
1 GLASS 4-SEAT TABLE.
$400.00. TEL 361-6372.
1 SUDDENLY SLIM 10 day Kit
Lose 10 pounds in 10 days!
Only $100. Call 636-9614.
ABOUT 200 3 RING BINDERS
#2496 like new, originally used
to house a large WW stamp
collection. $2.00 each. Phone
324-1146.
APARTMENT SIZE FRIDGE
2 MONTHS OLD. $300.
TEL 361-6372.
ARTICLES SALE
Hewlett Packard LaserJet
5000n Printer, fast, high-quality
monochrome printouts. And
with the ability to print from 3x5-
inch to full-bleed 11x17 -inch
images, print speed of 16
Pages-Per-Minute, delivers
sharp monochrome prints at
1200 Dots-Per-Inch resolution
and takes just 13 seconds to
warm up.
Great for office Printing or
Home Office $399
TEL 422-5499
BABY ITEMS FOR SALE
(Almost Brand New)
5 in 1 Lorraine Crib (Natural)
$375
4 Drawer Dresser (Natural
$125
Combo Dresser (Natural) $200
Playpen $125
Rocking Chair $100
Lamp $30
Bedding set $100
Kick and crawl Playhouse $40
6 Speed Swing $160
Highchair $100
Travel System 4 in 1 Car Seal
and Stroller $125
Please call Tanya Erdeg @
1-242-393-8829
BRAND NEW
MULTI-FUNCTION HEAVY
DUTY SEWING MACHINE
$190.00
NEW SERGER $165.00
BOTH $350.00
NEW BLINDSTITCH,
$445C.
PHONE 325-4746.
DON'T BE THE NEXT VICTIM
BUY NOWII
Get The Cell Phone Stunt Gun
$150.00
TEL 525-5385
ITEMS FOR SALE
New Baby Travel System witt
car seat, carrier, & stroller $195
New Car Speakers, 6"x9", 36(
Watts, $120.
Suddenly Slim, Slim'N Up
Dietary Supplement 18(
Caplets $35
Tel 323-3345

FOR SALE
15INCH American Racing ril
fits Chevy 5 lugnets with tyr
$500
Tel 362-2838, (cell)424-858l

FOR SALE
Brand new whirlpool 4 burne
gas stove for $450 ono. Please
call 424-0006 or 364-77-7

FOR SALE
Ceiling lights $10
Flood lights $110
Black end Tables 470 .r r
TI 302-1208(W), 326-6910(H)'


ARTICLES
FOR SALE

KODAK DIGITAL CAMERA
4mp 12 zoom + Printer Dock
$350 new
9" Insignia LCD DVD Player
Like new. $275.
Phone 535-5338.

FOR SALE
Motorolla Razor V3 $365
Includes: Charger, data cable,
CD, headset, Leather case,
Nylon strap. Black or silver.
Call 565-8791 or 423-8874.
FOR SALE
STORE SHOW CASES FOR
SALE AT UNBELIEVABLE
PRICES $175 ONO.
CASH AND CARRY.
CONTACT MIKE OR NICK AT
322-8521 OR 322-8522.
HEAVY DUTY
PLASTIC BARRELS OF
VARIOUS SIZES
55 gal .....for $35/$40
15 Gal .....for $15
5 Gall ......for $5
Tel 393-3667, 10am to 6pm.l
FOR SALE
GLASS SLIDING DOORS (36")
$90.00 EACH. CALL 364-4837.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
Motorola Pager $50
3 Bar Stools $75
Please call Tanya Erdeg
1-242-393-8829
NEW HP 5160 ALL-IN-ONE
Scanner, Copier, Printer, Fax
never been used. 2-colour & 3
black cartridges included. $300
ono. Used HP Monitor $80.
Please call 322-7954.
NEW WHITE GAS STOVE -
Apt size. $350. Call 565-1510.
PAN SAT 2700
SATELLITE RECEIVER
$350.00
CALL 340-1313.
QUALITY SHOWCASES
FOR SALE
JUST A FEW LEFT TO
CHOOSE FROM
$450 ONO.
394-4017.
REVERSE OSMOSIS
SYSTEMS FOR SALE
$475. Phone 454-7675.
TODAY Thru SUNDAY
Fridge Apt or Family $250
GE Washer Dryer Stack only
$499
New Gas Stove black only
$475
Computer complete $200
Paper Treader $125
Computer Monotors $60
Computer Desk $125
Filing Cabinet Legal 2 Drawers
$125
TV Cable remote JVC $295
19" RCA Cable remote $175
19" satellite TV $75
* King Mattress set only $299
e1 -door Beverage Cooler $499
Vacuum Cleaners $75
Exercise Bike $50
Children's Bike $25
Hair dryer $75
r Blender $35
S Tel 362-6040

I MARINE
FOR SALE
210 HP CUMMINS DIESEL
MARINE ,ENQiN F $4,Q0P,
TEL 324-3475.








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CHURCH
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7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM
PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
wUECELIN :,_ FLi-iEF'.L'
Just call the numbers listed,
I'll personally handle your request.
(242) 393-5798, (242) 32:
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NURSERY & PRESCHOOL
Combine Curriculum & Flat screen Teaching
Low Tuition 7:AM 5:50PM
Johnson Road (Follow Signs)

Tel: 364-6238 / 426-0074




OFFERS LANGUAGE COURSES AND TRANSLATION SERVICES
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MW Lingerie. Novelties and Linen Clothing
Men & Women
Black White Beige
a,. ~ Open: Sunday thru Sunday




DEALERS OF GENERIC GENERATORS
For Home and Business, fully automatic.
Very safe. Quiet, and fuel efficient
All at the best price guaranteed
Even cheaper than Home Depot U.S.A.
Installation included.
Pre-summer Special starting at low, low price.

Call ~ ~ : 32:941 8089


TEL: 323-2078: FAX: 323-6914
E-mail:academybahamas@gmail.com

Money Safe. Money Fast.


MoneyQram
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Online at BankiahasmasOiSlese.coam


Reach Your Weight Loss Goals
Lose Body Fat and Inches Tone Muscles
Increase Metabolism Improve Self-Esteem
Women only All Ages
Safe Fast Fun
Call: 356-7853 For A FREE Workout

COMPANY CLEANERS
DARON McPHEE
CLEANING SPECIALIST
"I will get your carpet; tiles; upholstery and windows bob-
bly clean and freshl"
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GLOBAL BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
GO GLOBAL ESTABLISH 's'OUR OWVr WEBSITE WHICH
WE DESIGN AND HOST. DOUBLE YOUR SALES THROUGH
AN EXCLUSIVE INTERNET MARKETING PLAN.
OVERSEAS CONNECTIONS FOR ALL KINDS OF
PROFESSIONAL ADVISERS SERVICES, CONSULTANTS, ETC.
BUSINESS CONNECTIONS FOR FRANCHISES, LICENCES,
AGENCIES AND MONEY-MAKING OPPORTUNITIES, ETC.
COMMERCIALSERVICES GROUP LTD.
Phone 326-1637
Email: gcnbah@aol.com.


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M~1L service
Need 'L rlail Box?
Ule haic wit for vut
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$VE DELIVER TO YOUR? DOOR
fir juqt F2. 50 Per wanA

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NEED TO SEND MONEY TO LOVED ONES,
INTERNATIONAL WIRE TRANSFERS
LOCATED BEHIND DUNKIN DONUTS
DOWNTOWN
CALL US 323-0567 OR 8



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(Entrance from Bay Street, or
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Tel/Fax 242-322-5308
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FREE ON ANY CLEANING JOB)
Lowest Rates Available Prompt & Reliable Service
CALL: 341-5021-office, 557-9633-CELL


CAR



Driven for Dependability
---- Telephone ----
323-8427 (Sales) OR 326-6380 (Rentals)
Visit our site:
www.avis.com.bs/preownedvehicles.hml


THEOLOGY &

COUNSELING
Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate.
one Course, One Weekend per month
VISTIOt I[lT'L UII''VERSITY
Accredited and M.O.E. Registered
Details: 327-0667 / 424-3330


THE SUMMIT


RETREAT


WESTRIDGE, JFK DRIVES (Quiet & secluded)
GRADUATIONS, WEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS, CONFER-
ENCES, RETREATS, YOUTH CAMPS. PRIVATE GET-
AWAYS. A/C DORMS, CHAPEL, KITCHEN, DINING ROOM.
PRAYER CLOSETS. (GROUPS UP TO 80 PERSONS )
327-0667 / 424-3330www.thesummitrelreat.org
VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY


WEB HOSTING AND DESIGN
Now Available in the Bahamas
Dillietree Ltd
now offers Web Hosting, Emails, Web Design,
Service and Support.

Visit us today at http://www.dillietree.net
For further details or call 362-0001/325-2167


Three 4,00,- ..arcc Generator. are
;rgycaCi f5-r storrs,
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INGRAHAM'S AUTO IN OAKES FIELD ,
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YOU ORDER IT .... WE WILL PICK IT UP
We pay your bills and
pick up items from the
S-Florida area.
Weekly Service Available.

L I We have a U.S. address that you can use
Call: Vincent, 477-2598(Cell) or 362-0567

GLOBAL
PURCHASING & FUNDING
PURCHASERS: We can obtain quotat3ons on and locate Irom
worldwide sources all types ol equipment plant.
mercnanlise. etc at cost savings prices ..e plywood.
Irozen poultry, manne products, cement. etc
FUNDING: We also represent overseas funders for large senous and
viable development prolecis in me Bahamas
An executive summary must first be provided.
COMMERCIALSERVICES GROUP LTD.
Phone 326-1637
Email: gcnbah@aol.com.

Door to Door Mail Service
is Here!!!
Can't get to the Post Office?
Flamingo Express installs a mailbox
on your premises and deliver your
mail to your home for only $25.00
per month plus start up FEE!!
Call
FL.k- Ii II. E, : F .ESS
347


CRICKET CLUB
Restaurant & Pub -Open Daily Live By Satelie English
Premier Soccer, Cricket, Rugby etc
SERVING Shepard Pie Cracked Conch Bangers &
Mash *Chicken Pot Pie Grouper Fingers
Fried Chicken .Steak & Kidney Pie Seafood Platler
Soup Sandwiches Salads Draft Beer Stella -
Fosters Becks and Full Bar Airconditioned Bar -
Outdoor Patio Location:Haynes Oval West Bay St.
Oppo. Arawak Cay
Te 1: 32- 4 7 2
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HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC BARRELS
Can be used for: Garbage Disposal Animal Feed
Waler or Fuel Storage Drink (ooler 5gal for mopping
S 55 Gallon $35.00 30 Gallon S25.00
S15 Gallon $15.00 5 Gallon $ 5.00
We Ship To The Family Island
CALL: 393-3667 y'
S.i:, MOn sol loam 6pm Closed on Sunday & ql.





PAYLOADER, BACKHOE, CRANE &
TRACTOR SERVICES
SpeC- i- 1i : i in: ':-il, Jrc, Fill, ,r_ k--.
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We install sprinkler systems starting at
$499 Labour. Parts may be another
$200, depending upon lawn size.
FREE ESTIMATES.
CALL:.. :' 3 57-l8n8l!8D


SANCO- CAR RENTALS
Robinson Road East
(Ron's All Brand .Tmport Truck &
Car.Sales)
STel0- 194-8731, :394-8732,
. ,. .4 24 51 a '5 .: 45 7 ,- 2 3 :

RATES STARTING @ $49 per day
"Quality Service & Commitment"


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rinklt'i. Hitin SPOL-%crie. %cne Scarrui. ;urgical Sears & Keloi&
Telephone 322-3831
Ask ror Dr Chinere Care%-Bullard NII
Cerliried Canadian FamiIl Ph~sician & Skin Care Specialist




PRESIDENTIAL (OMMER L4LC IALi
Ductlesis Airp Condilioning
& Heal Pump S3slents
!emoie (ontroWed Fnerg, ilkwmtsr
Mr. Slim'!' -plii-Ducliess Sislems
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CENTRAL AIR UNITS


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WINDSHIELDS &
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We Supply and Install
Windshields Door glass Back glass Quarter glass
~\ IDSHIELDS STATE .T S1 "5 00
Lcon es Prices Giirariic'ed

Tel/Fax: 326-110
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IF YOU LR WISH IS TO
SF LL YOURi RE--\-L STATE. PROPERn'.
TH EN CALL LIS~ TO GE~T A F.- R VALUEAND.u\J
LIST YOU31R RF--k ESTATE FOR
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DISPLAY YOUR Il


ARE YOU IN NEED OF HAVING YOUR REAL ESTATE VALUE DEFINED?

WE AT
CURTIS THOMPSON REAL ESTATE
PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL REPORTS QUICKLY
NORMALLY WITHIN 24 HOURS).
WE HAVE OVER THIRTY-SEVEN (37) YEARS EXPERIENCE ON
NEW PROVIDENCE AND THE FAMILY ISLANDS.


C & D TWENTY-FOUR
HOUR NURSING
SERVICES ENTERPRISE


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"Committed & Dedicaled To Care
We oler reliable ncome care nursing services lor Ime
management ol acute ard chronic illnesses aprprprale.l
to suit your health care need.
We provide Nurses ana Nurse Aides
Call: 242-544-2957 or
Email: cd24hournursing@hotmail.com, or
Send mail to: PO Box 51432

OFFICE CLEANING
WITH JANITORIAL
EXCELLENCE
DAILY WEEKLY BI-WEEKLY MONTHLY

















Vernique's Variety Store
NEW YEAR'S SALE
20% 50% OFF SELECTED ITEMS
10 % OFF NEW STOCK
FOR ALL OCCASION
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
SIZES 2 .
ACCESSORIES. H.,TS. B\GS SHOES
SCHOOL SUPPL ES. ETC
S wLH ure .ir. M:-nSal .. SaSrr, 5 30pmr
Located: BLUE HILL ROAD
North of the Police Station
TELIFAX: 356-7147





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1990 TOYOTA SUPRA
WHITE SPORTS CAR,
2.5 TWIN TURBO
$3,500.00
TEL: 326-1303


1999 CHEVY YUKON
Jeep for sale, white with tan leather intenor,
4 door 18" chrome rims, tinted glass, tape deck,
power doors/windows, AC, running perfect in good
condition, Must see.
Was $10,500 now $9,000
Tel: 323-1234 Cell: 454-6521 or 323-6168
Ask for Elvardo


RIB #114
2002 CHEVROLET TAHOE
Champagne 24" wheels, tan leather interior
Only 33,000. miles. Super clean vehicle,
showroom condition
$35,000.00
Tel: 427-0737/426-5003 or 323-3894


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BBF #490
2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport,
just in from U.S. fully loaded,
excellent condition,
$12,900 ONO,
Call: 395-1706 or 324-4416


2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Maroone with tan interior,
Look and rides like brand new,
with 34 piece wood grain interior
Asking $14,000.00
Tel: 557-3057


2000 HONDA PASSPORT
Black/tan with tan interior. Great Deal, AC, CD
player, airbags, 20" rims, sunroof, everything
power, very, very clean, very low miles,
Excellent condition. A must see.
$12,600 or $10,600 with factory rims.
(Serious inquiries only)
Tel: 325-3540 Cell: 422-4668 or 326-2201


TRIB #228
1997 MERCEDES C 280
White with blue leather interior
$14,000.00
Excellent running condition,
Sunroof, Custom tints.
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 364-3538 Cell:434-8206


rRIB #918
1990 Jeep Wrangler,
4 WD, 4.0 litre, CD Player, Bikini top & hard.
Top, Wide tyres, additional free Jeep for
spare parts
$3995.00
Call 434-5682 or 434-5728


1995 NISSAN BLUEBIRD
Blue with black/grey interior
$3, 200.00
Very clean, running good, ready to go.
AC, CD player
Tel: 341-8109
Cell: 454-3859 or 426-6610


Like new rim & tire set
For Chevy Trailblazer,
$800,
Call: 394-5779


1995 HONDA ACCORD
Black with brown interior
$2,800.00 ONO
Clean in and out, Running V-tec engine
License tell September
Tel: 341-8109
Cell: 454-3859


1999 FORD TAURUS
Red with grey interior. Kingdom deal,
good condition, AC, radio/tape.
Clean inside and out. Low mileage
Asking $4,00.00
Call Now,
Tel: 341-6126


45' Defender,
10,000 pound freezer,
Isuzu freezer, 897 engine, A/C,
sleeps 8,
$65,000 OBO
Call: 557-5999


1 FORD EXPLORER SPORT BLACK
Grey leather interior
$12,500.00
2 door, 6 disc, CD changer
50,000 miles
Tel: 324-3584(Hm)
Cell: 558-3529 (day) or 544-0233


28 FOOT GRAND WHITE
With 2004 optimax 225HP, 3 KW Gen, AC,
Electronics, Many extras. Cruise 30 KTS
@ 4500 RPM, Duty paid
$74,500.00 or make an offer.
Leaving Island, Must sell.
Tel: 363-2847 Cell: 357-4987


26" Magnum,
turn key condition, 2 150
Yahama,
$14,000 OBO,
Call: 357-3545


.. .BBF #493


Unique design
gives you a tactical
advantage with this
Cell Phone Stun Gun.
130db Personal Alarm
and 180,000 volt
stun gun.
Be safe on the streets.
For details
Call 525-5385


TRIB #139
1992 DEFENDER 70FT x 20FT WIDE
FISHING BOAT
White/blue, twin GM 871, 20 HW
generator
5000 gallons diesel,
1000 gallon gas, water maker, AC, 40,000
Ibs freezer, sleep 14, with lots of room,
Ask for Kent Minnis or Shawn
Tel: 337-3014 or 357-1255


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