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Title: The Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Nassau, Bahamas
Publication Date: January 26, 2006
Copyright Date: 2006
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Many to ban young black

men as evening fares

from airport after murder


A. GROUP of Nassau taxi-dri-
, cr, shocked by the brutal killing
o .i popular colleague, have
d&.cii d not to take young black
nic,! as passengers from Nassau
riir.rrnait. il.j Airport after night-
aill
The "racial profiling" move by
the drivers -- themselves all black
-- follows horrific disclosures
about the murder of 42-year-old
bachelor Christoph Brown, whose
burnt-out cab and scorched body
were found off a bush road last
week.
The ban, to come into effect
immediately, means black men
between 17 and 40 will not be
taken as fares from the airport
after 6pm by many drivers.
"We need to protect our-
selves," a driver told The Tribune
last night. "Many of us have
become paranoid about this situ-
ation.
"Some of us have been running
an unofficial ban on young black
male pass: .gers for some time.
But, after this killing, we have
decided to impose a proper ban
as an act of self-protection."


* FORTY-TWO-year-old
Christoph Brown, whose burnt-
out cab and scorched body were
found off a bush road last week.
The brutal killing of Mr Brown
last week sent shock waves
through the cab-driving fraterni-
SEE page 12


Three men charged over

alleged sexual assault
* By PAUL TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
ALLEGATIONS of a sexual assault in Long Island have result-
ed in three local men being brought before the island's magistrate
and police launching an immediate investigation.
According to reports, a woman was at a local dance socialising
with friends, before accepting a ride home with three men.
SEE page 12


Conservation
of the sea turtle


Registrar General vows
to launch investigation
over documents
a By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
REGISTRAR General Shane Miller has
vowed to launch an investigation as a result of
complaints that documents submitted to the
Deeds and Documents Registry have been
thrown away.
At least one local lawyer has expressed frus-
tration after being informed by staff that sever-
al of their important documents had been
destroyed in the old Registrar General's Office.
According to staff, documents submitted
between November 2005 to the present were
affected.
However, it was unclear exactly how many of
the documents were damaged, or exactly how
SEE page 12


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Gas prices on

the rise again

a By PAUL TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
PRICES at the pumps have begun their rise
once again with government signing off on an
average of $0.22 cents per gallon of gasoline
throughout New Providence.
Shell Bahamas Limited, having been allowed
to increase its product by $0.27 cents, has raised
its price at the pumps from $3.77 to $4.04 a gal-
lon, making it the most expensive of the three
oil companies.
Esso, which was selling at $3.79, received a
$0.21 increase, pushing its new price up to $4 a
gallon.
And the cheapest of the three, Texaco, which
was selling at $3.82, received an increase of 17
SEE page 12


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Chief Councillor
vows 'blood will
be shed' over
Abaco evictions
By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief reporter
VOWING that "blood will be
shed in Abaco", Chief Council-
lor Cay Mills said he will lead a
group of persons to Spring City in
Central Abaco to block the evic-
tion of 20 families at 10 am today.
The 20 homes, said Mr Mills,
were promised free of charge to
the families who were displaced
from an area called Snake Cay
after Hurricane Jeanne.
Now, he added, government
has decided to charge for the
homes, persons have defaulted
and are now going to be forcibly
removed from their home.
However, a resident told The
STribune last night that the fami-
lies sheltered in Spring City were
not given the homes free. He said
they had to sign an agreement
before they were allowed to occu-
py the homes that in 90 days they
would "secure the money to pay
National Insurance for them."
SEE page 12

Prosecution
witness reads
police interviews
of man accused
of Miller murder
By NATARIO MCKENZIE
DURING police interviews
taken in June 2002, defendant
Ricardo Miller said he was privy
to a plot to take drugs away from
Mario Miller and was in Mario's
green Infinity jeep when Mario
was stabbed during what was sup-
posed to be a drug deal, a jury
heard yesterday.
The jury of nine women and
three men in the Mario Miller
murder trial heard evidence from
prosecution witness detective
sergeant 106 Merinard, who in
June 2002 was attached to the
homicide section of the police
Central Detective Unit.
Detective Merinard read two
interview records to the jury yes-
terday, one of which was report-
edly taken on June 27 and the
other on June 30, 2002.
According to the June 30 inter-
view, Ricardo Miller, alias Tamar
Lee, told police that on Friday,
SEE page 15


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* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
ENVIRONMENTAL-
ISTS, conservationists and
nature advocates are spend-
ing the next three days
engaged in a workshop to dis-
cuss ways to save the endan-
gered Bahamian sea turtle.
The event is being held in
conjunction with a number
of organizations including the
Disney Wildlife Conservation
Fund, the Bahamas Depart-
ment of Fisheries, the Archie
Carr Centre for Sea Turtle
Research, the Bahamas
National Trust, the College
of the Bahamas and the
Nature Conservancy.

Welcomed
US Ambassador John
Rood, who welcomed dele-
gates to the workshop, said
the American Embassy is
committed to promoting
environmental partnerships.
He added that US
resources are best spent co-
operatively, with local gov-
ernments and local organisa-
tions.
"I am overwhelmed to see
in this workshop the interac-
tion between American uni-
versities, American environ-
mental organizations and
their Bahamian counter-
parts," he said.
Mr Rood noted that the
Bahamian economy depends
upon a rich environmental
bounty.
"Increasingly, tourists want
to know about the quality of
beaches and reefs, about the
variety of plant and bird life
and about the clear blue


THE US Ambassador John Rood speaks at the opening of
the workshop' at the Atlantis Resort


(Photo: Felipe Major/Tribune staff)


waters," said the ambassador.
"The Bahamas economic
development and the future
well-being of its citizens
depends on sustainable devel-
opment and the intelligent
management of its marine
and land resources. Protec-
tion of Bahamian ecosystems
is our moral duty, but it is
also good business," Mr
Rood said.
He noted that the Bahamas
is a critical feeding and devel-
opmental habitat for sea tur-
tles.


Michael Braynen, the
director of the Department
of Fisheries, also spoke at
yesterday's ceremony and
promised the government's
support in the conservation
efforts.
The green turtle has suf-
fered great decline and is crit-
ically endangered. There are
just 500,000 of the animals
left in the world.
Despite this, the animals
can still be harvested in the
Bahamas during open season,
from August 1 to March 31.
Throughout the workshop,
delegates will discuss legisla-
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0 In brief

Police officer
charged with
unlawful sexual
intercourse

FREEPORT A police offi-
cer was charged with having
unlawful sexual intercourse with
a minor in Freeport Magis-
trate's Court on Wednesday.
Constable 2954 Lionel Pryce,
who is attached to the Airport
Police Station, appeared before
Magistrate Franklyn Williams
in Court One.
It is alleged that Pryce had
unlawful sexual intercourse with
a 13-year-old juvenile between
October 10 and October 11,
2005. He was not required to
enter a plea to the charge,
which is an indictable offence.
Kwasi Thompson represented
Pryce, who was granted $5,000
bail with one surety. The matter
was adjourned to April 24,2006.
The officer will be suspended
from duty as a police officer,
pending the outcome of the
matter.

Two men
arrested
for alleged
--firearm

possession
GRAND Bahama Police
arrested two persons this week
for allegedly being found in pos-
session of firearm and ammuni-
tion.
Chief Superintendent Basil
Rahming reported that a team of
officers executed a search war-
rant on a house on Erikson Drive
sometime around 6.50pm and
seized a .25 Beretta semi-auto-
matic pistol containing two live
rounds of ammunition.
A 25-year-old male occupant
was arrested and taken into cus-
tody.
A 29-year-old male resident of
Eight Mile Rock was arrested on
Monday after he was allegedly
found in possession of an unli-
censed firearm and ammunition.
According to reports, the man
was driving along West Settler's
Way around 11.40am when police
stopped him for a traffic viola-
tion. When officers approached
the vehicle, they noticed that the
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2006, PAGE 3


BLOCAL-NE


0 In brief

Man faces

multiple

robbery

charges

A 24-YEAR-OLD man who
police have charged with com-
mitting multiple armed rob-
beries in 2005 was arraigned in
Magistrates' Court yesterday.
Dudley A Burrows, alias D-
Boy, of Baldwin Avenue was
not required to enter a plea to
numerous armed robbery
charges and was remanded to
Her Majesty's Fox Hill Prison.
The incidents are alleged to
have taken place between Jan-
uary and November of 2005. It
was alleged that Burrows being
concerned with others was
armed with either a handgun,
cutlass or both when he com-
mitted the offences.
According to court dockets,
Burrows robbed the Golden
Treasure Chinese restaurant on
Farrington Road of $300, Virgo
Car Rentals on East West High-
way of $2,600, the Hong Kong
Kitchen restaurant on Madeira
Street of $600, Jova'n Jervis of
$700, the Facades Men's Fash-
ion on Blue Hill Road South of
$115 cash, the Golden Treasure
Chinese restaurant in the Gold-
en Gates Shopping Plaza of
$1,500, the Sun Fun Resort of
$266, the Electronic Depot of
cell phones and cash totaling
$1,304, Cell City of $2,965 and
Butler and Sands on John F
Kennedy Drive of $1,225, it is
alleged.
Burrows was arraigned
before Magistrate Marilyn
Meers.

Two girls

arrested for
'stealing

from house'

TWO female juveniles were
arrested Tuesday after they
were allegedly caught stealing
from a house on East Indian-
man Road.
!Acording to reports, Phillip
Stirrup arrived home around
12.50pm and discovered two
young girls inside his house. The
culprits had broken a southern
window and were in the process
of stealing items. Stirrup was
able to corner the women and
call the police.
The minors were taken into
custody and are expected to be
charged sometime this week.


Illegal

immigrants

are .held

after raid

By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
A GROUP of 115 illegal
immigrants were apprehended
during a round-up exercise In
New Providence and Abaco
yesterday.
SWeston Saunders, assistant
director of the Immigration
Department, said immigration
officers picked up 105 illegal
immigrants in the Carmicheal
goad area, namely Cow Pen
poad, Harrold Road and John
F Kennedy Drive. Out of that
number, 104 were Haitian
nationals and one Jamaican.
On Abaco, 10 illegal Haitians
Ivere picked up in the Marsh
Harbour area.
!All of the illegal immigrants
sre in custody at the Detention
Centre, Carmicheal Road. They
are expected to be repatriated
Within the next few days.
Just last week, authorities
apprehended a group of 48 ille-
gal immigrants in New Provi-
dence. The group of Haitian
nationals 39 men and nine
women were discovered short-
19 after they came ashore in the
Yamacraw area.
i Mr Saunders said that the
Immigration Department has
added manpower to their oper-


action and have "stepped up"
their apprehension of illegal
immigrants exercise.
"We also want Bahamians to
understand and persons respon-
sible for employing these ille-
gal immigrants that we are com-
ing at them in full force," he
said.


Prisoners complain



of harsh treatment



after inmates' escape


* By FELICITY INGRAHAM
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE families of prisoners
are claiming that all inmates
at her Majesty's Fox Hill
Prison are being made to suffer
for last week's prison break.
Throughout the week, calls
came to The Tribune claiming
that inmates have not been
allowed to bathe since the inci-
dent and have all had their pos-
sessions taken away, except "the
dirty pair of pants and the shirt"
they were wearing at the time.
It was also claimed the pris-
oners were unable to access the
prison commissary, and have
been living off of whatever
rations they had before last
week Tuesday's prison break.
One mother said her son
told her that drinking water


had run out on his block, and
he could not even get access
to tap water.
When The Tribune spoke
with Prison Superintendent Dr
Elliston Rahming, he
explained that there had been
a water problem at the prison,
which affected his office and
the other administration offices
as well as dormitories.
He said that as of yesterday
morning, the water supply was
back to normal and the inmates
would be allowed to bathe.
Addressing the allegations
about the commissary being
off limits, Dr Rahming
explained that each prison
facility has a different day to
receive goods..
Yesterday was the day for
prisoners in maximum security
to receive their goods which,


he said, had been delivered.
Dr Rahming added that the
inmates who live in tihe area
where Barry Parcoi, Corey
Hepburn, Neil Brown and
Forester Bowe escaped from
did not immediately receive
new rations, because the prison
was on "lock down".
The families said they fell
inmates are being persecuted
because of the incident a
claim which Dr Rahming
denied.
He admitted that posses-
sions were taken away from
the inmates, explaining that for
many years, prisoners around
the world have not been
allowed to keep possessions.
The items have been placed
in a container, he added, and
family members will be con-
tacted to collect the items.


Awards for Bahamasair employees


THREE Bahamasair em-
ployees were honoured in a
special ceremony for going
above and beyond the call of
duty when the radar at the
Nassau International Airport
malfunctioned.
Theresa "Ms Kitty" Josaime,
Gregory King and Woodrow
"Woody" Wilson are a part of
Bahamasair's ground staff at
the Miami International Air-
port. They flew to Nassau yes-
terday to be congratulated by
the minister with responsibility
for Bahamasair, Bradley
Roberts, and other leading air-
line officials.
Presenting the awards was
The Tribune's director of oper-
ations Robert'Carron, who was
thanked for his positive report-
ing at a time when most sto-
ries about the airline seem to
be critical.
Robert Carron was one of
the many stranded passengers
for whom Ms Josaime, Mr
King, and Mr Wilson stayed
long after work hours had
come to an end.
According to the awardees,
who received a diamond-
shaped crystal plaque, Mr-Car-
ron's article opened the eyes of
the Bahamian public to is some-
thing they do every day offer
first-class customer service.
When the radar for New
Providence broke down on
January 26, there was confu-


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* BRADLEY Roberts, Theresa Josaime and Robert Carron


sion, extremely long waiting
periods and frustration at NIA,
as well as at airports in Miami
and Fort Lauderdale.
Ms Kitty's warm personality
comforted travellers who had
been waiting for up to 14 hours
to be accommodated.
She began working at the
airline in 1982, leftto pursue a
nursing career, but returned to
the to continue her passion -
helping people.
"Remember," she said, "Each
good word you give to a tourist
comes back to us double."
Mr King said his perfor-
mance on the night The Tri-
bune happened to witness him
in action is one that reflects the
attitude of the entire Bahama-
sair team at MIA. He once
worked as a financier for the


Sun Sentinel. When asked what
made him join Bahamasair, he
said: "Believe it or not, I joined
Bahamasair to help people."
Mr Wilson echoed Mr King's
sentiments, saying "we are -all
committed to customer service
and excellence".
Bahamasair's new acting
managing director, Henry
Woods, said the trio went well
above the normal course of duty
to please and comfort tourists
as well as local travellers.
"Today is a truly very spe-
cial day in the life of Bahama-
sair," Mr Woods said, "Not
only because we have come to
acknowledge the hard work
and commitment of our staff,
but special because we have the
publisher of The Tribune mak-
ing a presentation to them."


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Health insurance scheme condemned

for free treatment of immigrants


ATTORNEY and social
activist Paul Moss criticised the
decision to allow illegal immi-
grants to receive full medical
benefits under the proposed
National Health Insurance
scheme.
In an interview with The Tri-
bune, Mr Nl:- said hel d.-<
not accept tli,..i th c nii.', i
"right step tor\aird.'
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many and interest in the Aus-
trian School took another great
leap that has continued through
this day.
Is the Austrian School differ-
ent than the neoclassical main-
stream?
As noted by Thomas Taylor
in his 1980 book, An Introduc-
tion to Austrian Economics,
"The Austrian analysis uses as
its data human nature and the
realities of the human predica-
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ited means including perceived
knowledge, are placed at the
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EDITOR, The Tribune
What is Austrian Econom-
ics?
You might have guessed it
but Austrian Economics or the
Austrian School of Economics
received this name because its
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"Austrian" economists rely
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Carl Menger, professor of
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Austrian economics".
In addition in 1871 he pro-
duced along with W. Stan-
ley Jevons (1835-1892) and
Leon Walras (1834-1910) the
subjective theory of value based
on the principle of Marginal
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Marginal Utility is described
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by a consumer from a small
increment in the consumption
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Professor Menger's work
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a By DENISE MAYCOCK
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FREEPORT Three adults
and a minor were arraigned in
the Freeport Magistrate's Court
on firearm, ammunition and
drug possession charges.
Frederick Forbes, 19 and
Trevor Forbes, 21, of Holmes
Rock along with Denardo
Arthur, 24, of Coral Fish Street
and an 11-year-old female were
charged with possession of .45
semi-automatic pistol contain-
ing one live round of ammuni-
tion.
Jt is alleged that on January
22, the accused persons were in
a blue Chevrolet Lumina which
was stopped and searched by
police, who discovered the
firearm and three marijuana cig-
arettes.
Frederick and Trevor Forbes
and the 11-year-old pleaded not
guilty to the charges. Denardo
Arthur pleaded guilty to both
charges and was sentenced to
two years in prison.
The prosecutor withdrew the
.charges against the other three
defendants.
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with possession of a small quan-
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a By KARIN HERIG, Mrs Duncombe said the fact
Tribune Staff Reporter that government continues to
sell coastal property for devel-
THE government is not opment is "simply ludicrous."
doing enough to safeguard the "The science (regarding the
Bahamas' billions of dollars of reefs and mangroves) is all
natural assets, according to ..around us," she said.
environmental activists.:, :-: The report by the United
The accusation follows the Nations states that pollution, cli-
publication of a report by the 'mate change and insensitive
UN Environment Programme development are not only dam-
(UNEP) which estimates that aging ecosystems, but are under-
protecting coral reefs and man- mining the economic basis for
groves in the Caribbean can coastal communities worldwide.
contribute as much as $1 mil- -,, "Day in andday out, and
lion per square knmto island across the oceans and seas of
economies. the world, nature is working to
With reefs the size of those generate incomes and liveli-
found in the Bahamas, the hoods for millions if not bil-
preservation of coral reefs and
mangroves could save the
Bahamas billions of dollars. : .
And in addition to serving ....:
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the data regarding the bene- '
fits of preserving the man- "
groves and coral reefs has been *
available for at least a decade.
"Yet we, our government,
still don't have a clear man-
date on protecting the envi- m CORAL reefs
ronment," she said.


lions of people," said Klaus
Toepfer, executive director of
UNEP.
Mr Toepfer said that he
hopes that the financial facts
in this latest report will "radi-
cally change the attitude and
behaviour of governments,
industry, local authorities and
individuals so that they better
prize. and conserve these nat-
ural assets."
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cally around New Providence
which are at risk of:heing:
destroyed, Mrs Duncombe
described the situation on West
Bay Street as critical.
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US. firm announces its new


treatment for eye problems


AN AMERICAN company
has announced that after a
series of successful meetings
with government officials, it
will provide a new treatment
for glaucoma and other eye
problems under the Bahamian
national health system.
According to a report on
genengnews.com (genetic
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announcement was made by
.Dr. John Sharkey, of ,Oph-
thalmic international, a sub-
sidiary of Coronado Industries
Incorporated.
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documents have already been
submitted by a Ministry of
Health advisor to a Nassau
hospital for approval.
It said that when the scheme
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* By VIRAJ PERPALL
A US multi-media compa-
ny is proposing a new model of
education for the Bahamas.
Thorn Sisk, president of the
audio-visual production com-
pany Parasol Group Incorpo-
rated, is in the Bahamas along
with executives from his com-
pany.
The team has presented a
new approach to education in
the Bahamas to Ministry of
Education officials
Parasol Group seeks to pro-
vide interactive educational
software materials known as
"learning tools" for students
within the educational system
from the kindegarden level
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common as the pen or paper
was in the 18th century edu-
cation model."
"Anytime, anywhere educa-
tion involves the utilisation of
the worldwide web and stu-
dents will not be limited to a
computer lab, to a classroom
or to home."
Mr Sisk was confident that
the proposed new model of
education would also bring
economic development to the
Bahamas.
"Anything that is done for
education in this regard and
degree becomes immediately
an economic development pro-
gramme. It will diversify the
economy, which is a concern
to the Bahamas."
Sisk, who also refers to his
model as the "Education
Recreation Model", has also


proposed the development of a
technological sector that will
work in conjuction with the
educational programme. This
sector will involve the import
and manufacture of the equip-
ment and materials needed to
maintain and advance the edu-
cation model here in the
Bahamas.
We would like to see the
Bahamas become a centre of
technology for the Caribbean,
we would also like to see it
become a model of education-
al and economic development
for the enitre Carribbean
region."
Mr Sisk said that he and his
executives feel that this model
can be implemented in its
fullest capacity within one year
and added that his company is
presently developing a rela-
tionship with a foundation in
the United States that is willing
Sto partner with Parasol Group
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Families may miss duty-free deadline


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
FREEPORT Just under 500
applications have been
approved for the importation
of duty-free goods in Grand
Bahama since Hurricane Wilma
- but according to a top NEMA
official, some affected families
fear they will miss the deadline
because of circumstance beyond
their control.
Carnard Bethel, under-secre-
tary in the prime minister's
office with responsibility for the


National Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (NEMA) in the
northern Bahamas, said
approvals were granted for 238
applications for furniture and
building materials.
He said applications for 160
motor vehicles and 86 orders
for furnishing were also
approved.
Following Hurricane Wilma,
Prime Minister Perry Christie
issued Exigency Order 12, per-
mitting affected residents in
Bimini, the Berry Islands,
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The items included building
materials, electrical fixtures and
materials, plumbing fixtures and
materials, household furniture
and appliances, clothing (includ-
ing footwear) and motor vehi-
cles.
The order, which took effect
on October 27, expires on Jan-
uary 31.
Concerns
Mr Bethel said many resi-
dents on Grand Bahama have
expressed concerns about meet-
ing next Tuesday's deadline.
He explained that many resi-
dents are still waiting for
cheques from insurance com-
panies. Others do not yet have
the funds available to purchase
their items, and some are still
in the process of restoring their
homes, he said.
"Most of our people here
have not been able to bring in
their items for various reasons
and-are asking will government


a CARNARD Bethel


consider extending the order.
"And I have written to the
financial secretary expressing
the people's concerns and have
asked whether he can issue a
general extension, but I don't
know whether he will do that,"


Mr Bethel said.
If a general extension is not
issued, Mr Bethel said another
option would be to consider
special requests by individuals.
He noted that the importa-
tion of building supplies and


vehicles may take too long
because they are usually sub-
ject to 72 hours clearance in the
US.
"If those items arrive a day
or two late after the deadline,
we believe that Customs offi-
cials here would be reasonable,
given those circumstances," he
said.
However, Mr Bethel stressed
that the public must make every
effort to get their items in by
Tuesday.
"I know that the time has
been short... but the fact still
remains that we have a coun-
try to run and our main form
of taxation is Customs import
duties.
"We realise that some of our
brothers and sisters are hurting,
but the Ministry of Finance is
anxious to resume collection of
its revenue for import on Grand
Bahama," Mr Bethel said.
He said that residents have
been given exemptions through
exigency orders for the past 15
months, since the storms of Sep-
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infel-a Bahamas 2006 economic


IF you want to sum up
what is likely to happen
in the Bahamian economy this
year compared to last, it is prob-
ably the phrase "more of the
same".
Unless there is some extra-
ordinary shock to the global
economy, particularly the US
economy, or something like a
severe hurricane that devas-
tates Nassau, the Bahamian
economy should enjoy growth
similar to last year; something
of the order of four per cent,
according to International
Monetary Fund (IMF) projec- *
tions.
Fuelling this economic
growth will be continued buoy-
ancy in tourism, primarily in
New Providence, Abaco and
Exuma. Also contributing to the
economic growth will be con-
tinued foreign direct invest-
ment, principally by Kerzner
International and a few other
projects. There is not likely to
be any major new injection of
foreign capital to push growth
significantly beyond the four
per cent mark.


UNEMPLOYMENT

Like last year, the
nation's unemployment
picture is not likely to register
any impressive gains. This
writer expects unemployment


Minister of
State Senator
James Smith
should not be
second-guessed
for forecasting
early a higher
deficit due to
extraordinary
capital spending
as a result of
the previous
hurricanes.


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to drop below the 10.2 per cent
mark last recorded but only
marginally so, perhaps to an
optimistic level of 9.5 per cent.
Leading the drag on the
unemployment picture will be
Grand Bahama's situation,
where there is not expected to
be any sizable economic gains
to create jobs.
Indeed, if the island enjoys any
economic growth, it will be mar-
ginal at best. The Ginn and Mar-
riott projects that have been
announced are not likely to begin
in earnest until the third quar-
ter, if at all, and the Royal Oasis,
even if sold before summer, will
not likely go into full operation
before the end of the year.
INFLATION

inflation, which was about
1.8 per cent last year, is


likely to notch up marginally to
about two per cent. This will
result from the lingering impact
of rising fuel prices coupled with
routine cost increases.
While the increase in general
prices is not significant, it will
place additional strain on aver-
age households, the incomes of
which are not likely to increase
this year above last year. :
Indeed, average household
income was down in 2005 com-
pared to 2004, decreasing by
two per cent from $39,626 to
$38,891, according to Depart-
ment of Statistics figures.
INTEREST RATES

interest rates are likely to
hold steady, remaining at
rates similar to last year. The
ratcheting downward of rates
seen over the last couple of years
has probably bottomed out, as
there continues to be strong liq-
uidity in the system to support
lending, strong demand for'con-
sumer lending supported byieco-
nomic robustness in parts of the
country and reasonable strength
in consumer confidence.
There is in some banking cir-
cles great demand for cashithat
might mean better deposit iates
but this will impact largely insti-
tutions such as insurance com-
panies and institutional investors
rather than small depositors like
individual households.
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outloo

July, 2007. By that time. elec-
'ion-campaigning will be near-
ing an end or at its peak. There
,would bc little sense in seeking
to increase spending then.
SIn summary, those average
souls who enjoyed a slice of the
Bahamian economic pie last
year are likely to continue to
do so this year, with the slice
;remaining essentially the same.
On the other hand, the vast
majority of those who did not
get a slice of the pie due to
unemployment or business
slowdown last year will not have
inuch prospect for improvement
in their circumstances.
i This is especially true for peo-
ple in Grand Bahama. For
_them, life is a matter of expect-
mig the worst and hoping for the
,best or looking forward to
'more of the same".
NATIONAL ECONOMIC
STRATEGY MORE OF
THE SAME

ulian Francis, former gov-
ernor of the Central
*Bank and present chairman of
,the Grand Bahama Port
Authority, was absolutely right
*r we are not a reform-minded
,nation, particularly where pub-
tic policy is concerned.
I Just look at our economic
.strategy. Notwithstanding the
critical view of the former
administration's economic pol-
icy taken by the current admin-
istration, nothing has changed
,over,thelast four years.
Our economic strategy
remains hope to sign a heads of
agreement with a big investor,
hope:that the project comes on
stream to create jobs and then
:use the project to boast about
our successful management of
the economy.
,, Additionally, we spend lots
pf money advertising The
Bahamas as a tourism desti-
'nation and hope for a strong
IS economy to fuel millions
,of visitors to our shores to stay
ipnthe. hotels we were fortu-
pateto .have built in the coun-
try simply by signing a heads
of'agreement. Add to that our
necessary strategy of massag-
ing our offshore financial ser-
vices sector so that it can hold


- more of the same


its own in the world.
For almost 60 years, we have
been about this same economic
strategy. One governing party
might administer the strategy
better than another but ulti-

Those average
souls who
enjoyed a slice
of the Bahamian
economic pie
last year are
likely to
continue to do
so this year,
with the slice
remaining
essentially the
same.

mately the strategy remains
unchanged.
The FNM, following its elec-
tion in 1992, was much more
decisive and deliberate in man-
aging this economic strategy
than the current PLP adminis-
tration seems to be doing, par-
ticularly as it relates to timely
approving of foreign invest-
ments and managing the fiscal
deficit. The strategy, however,
was much the same as before
and as it is now.

ome people might object
and point to Prime Min-
ister Christie's economic strate-
gy of putting one "anchor pro-
ject" in each island. It is not clear
what the PM means by "anchor
project" but if it means putting a
big investment project in each
island this is nothing new.
Grand Bahama is an island.
Under the FNM it got Our
Lucaya, which is carrying the
tourism sector on the island
today. Exuma is an island.
Under the FNM it got the Emer-
ald Bay Resort, which is carrying
that island's economnw tnd"'. .
New Providence is .in 1 ilnd
and under the FNM it got the


Atlantis project, which is the
lynchpin of the tourism sector
of Nassau. Prior to leaving office,
the FNM had any number of
projects under consideration for
other islands whether Eleuthera,
Abaco or Grand Bahama. So
you see, anchor projects on
islands are nothing new. In fact,
they predate even the FNM.
Some people may also point
to the recent liberalisation of
exchange control on the capi-
tal account announced by the
Central Bank. ;: "-:.
The fact is that such changes
had been approved by Mr Ihgra- ,
ham's Cabinet prior to Septem-
ber 11, 2001. It was onlyihe ter-
rorist's attacks of 9/11 that halt-
ed the implementation of those
changes, as there was a need to
wait and see what the impact of
the attacks would be on the for-
eign reserves of the country.
It was at that same time that
the former administration
arranged for some $125 million in
US dollars to be borrowed should
the foreign reserve level drop sig-
nificantly. This is the same $125
million that some unknowledge-
able MPs on the government side
suggest had to be borrowed to
pay bills from the former admin-
istration. Nothing could be fur-
ther from the truth.
We have not had any reform
or transformation of our econ-


The greatest
criticism to levy
against a
non-reformist
government is
that it is an
inefficient
manager of a
long-standing
economic
strategy.

omy since Sir Stafford Sands
introduced measures to grow
tourism and offshore finance in
: hig .ay W\e havebeen6i 'tr'rt
during that same economic strat-


egy ever since.
In light of this, the greatest
criticism to levy against a non-
reformist government is that it
is an inefficient, ineffective man-
ager of a long-standing eco-
nomic strategy.
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WITH the opening of its first
hazardous waste facility, the
Bahamas joins the ranks of
developed countries that are
working to maintain and pro-


tect the environment, director
of Environmental Health Ron
Pinder said.
Starting next month,
Bahamians will be encouraged
to bring hazardous materials
to the new Harrold Road facil-
ity, where they will be


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Speaking with The Tribune
yesterday, Mr Pinder said that
construction on the $1 million
complex is scheduled to be conm-
pleted by early February. "This
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"We have especially target-
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like," he said.
After being sorted and
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plant, the materials will be
exported to countries like the
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Mr Pinder said that he hopes
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Bahamas will have its own recy-
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He explained that prior to
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Harrold Road facility, he and
other officials of the Depart-
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waste plants in the US.
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Once the new facility begins
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FQRMER president of the
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enti-Day Adventists Dr Keith
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a long battle with cancer.
Dr Albury, 48, was president
of the North Bahamas Mission
of Seventh-Day Adventists at
the time of his death.
He died of cardiac arrest at
5.3 'pm following surgery at the
Scotsdale Hospital in Arizona,
according to the Bahamas Sev-
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EfR Albury has served in the
conference for more than years.
Fofithe past three years, he
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bufie yesterday, the current
precedent of the conference Dr
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Albur\ as a "very gifted and
Ni-!onary type leader."
He as one who looked out
for'lis colleagues and saught to
eneoprage them to be their best.
In addition, pastor Albury was
an outstanding preacher of
righteousness."
Dr Johnson pointed out that
hejwas the speaker at the
memorial service for former
pri6e minister the late Sir Lyn-
deri Pindling.
'dThe North Bahamas Mission
in conjunction with the
Bafamas conference will for-
ever be indebted to him and his
leadership, but will also greatly
miss him," said Dr Johnson.
IDr Albury is survived by his
wifo Ann and three sons Anson,
Alden and Brendon.
Speaking with the permission
of the Errol Tinker, acting pres-


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to the family of Dr Albury on
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"These people had no jobs,
they had no homes," said the
resident. "Yet after the hurri-
cane, government through
NEMA built homes for people
on Moores Island, in Murphy
Town and Spring Point, and
gave them the keys free. Every-
one should have been treated
the same."
A letter dated January 25th
and signed by Neil S Campbell,
Assistant Administrator of
Central Abaco District, stated:
"Pursuant to several corre-
spondences and our final
Notice dated 6th December,
2005 with regard to the above
caption (re: eviction).
"Please be advised that you
are in direct breach of the con-
tract executed with the Min-
istry of Housing and National
Insurance, and in accordance


FROM page one

ty. They now believe he was strangled
off a track near Marigold Farm pos-
sibly by a passenger he picked up at
the airport. Mr Brown was last seen
by colleagues leaving the airport at
about 6pm.
"Chris was a quiet, studious guy
who was very learned in many areas
and an intelligent man to talk to. It
seems to us that he was, in effect,
executed by someone, possibly in the
course of theft."
Mr Brown, a certified accountant
who drove his van-cab part-time to
supplement his income, was described
by one colleague as "just a great guy
who was liked by everyone." He
enjoyed studying, but also followed
his father Ernest's example by dri-
ving taxis.
The driver added: "The way Chris
was killed has made us all worried.
There were signs that he had been
strangled. Then whoever killed him
set fire to his body and his cab in an
attempt to destroy evidence."
Drivers say young black criminals
are using the airport to pose as arriv-
ing passengers. Several times over
the years, cab-drivers have been
killed by their passengers, said one.
The villains saw cab-drivers as easy
targets because they carry money and
are effectively "trapped" in their
vehicles, especially if a passenger is
armed.
Once they reach isolated areas,
such as bush roads, they become
extremely vulnerable, particularly as
the passenger is invariably behind the
driver and able to control the situa-
tion.
"A large number of us have now
decided to ban all black male pas-


Chief Councillor vows

'blood will be shed'

over Abaco evictions


with all its conveniences that
you are hereby evicted. The
locks will be changed, and you
are to make arrangements with
our local office in Marsh Har-
bour along with the Royal
Bahamas Police Force to
remove and/or secure all of
your personal property."
A large eviction notice
informed those being evicted
that their property had to be
removed by 10am today "at
which time all locks and entry
ways will be sealed and
returned to the Ministry of
Housing after which time these
premises shall be deemed
vacant."


Many to ban

young black men

as evening fares

from airport

after murder

sengers between the ages of 17 and 40
after 6pm," said the driver.
"This is not an official move, but
we have the right to say who gets into
our cabs and that's what we're going
to do. We have reason to believe
Chris's killer was black.
"Some will say it's racial discrimi-
nation, but we prefer to call it racial
profiling. The fact is that all of us
imposing this ban are black, and
white men don't usually kill cab-dri-
vers.
"In addition, we don't see older
black men or black women as a prob-
lem. However, if we need to protect
ourselves, we shall."
More drivers are also considering
carrying weapons in their cabs, even
though it is not officially permitted.
"I intend to carry an ice-pick from
now on," said one. "This ban will be
introduced subtly, but drivers are
obviously very serious about it."
Asked if dreadlocks were seen as
another discriminatory factor, he said:
"Rastas are generally peace-loving
people. Locks are not necessarily a
problem."
On Saturday, several taxi-drivers
are expected to attend Mr Brown's
funeral at Golden Gates Assembly
Church.


"There is going to be some
bloodshed down there (today)
if they try to evict these peo-
ple," Mr Mills said, claiming
that they were taken there "by
false pretences."
Mr Mills contends that they
were moved from Snake Cay
in Abaco after their homes
were severely damaged in the
last hurricane to affect that
island.
"The government went to
them and said that government
would house them free of
charge and NEMA (The
National Emergency Manage-
ment Agency) would pay for
their housing."


However, another resident
has denied that this was the
case. He said they were told
that they had 90 days to pay.
"After the minister came
down he gave this big speech,"
said Mr Mills, "he gave these
people papers to sign saying
that they would have to pay for
some of it. Now today they
brought them a notice saying
that they will evict them
(today)."
The chief councillor said that
the notice informed the per-
sons that the locks would be
changed on their homes and
the persons would have to
make arrangements with the
Ministry of Housing office and
the police force to move and
secure all their property.
"This is after they brought
these people out of where they
were into Spring City," Mr
Mills said.
MP for South Abaco Robert


FROM page one

cents, bringing its new price to $3.99 a
gallon.
Minister of Trade and Industry Leslie
Miller warned the driving public that
within the coming weeks, they can expect
this price to move up, once again.
Last year, the country experienced an
unprecedented rise in gasoline and diesel
prices, almost eclipsing the $5 a gallon
marker in New Providence. In certain
pockets throughout the country, prices
rose as high as $8 per gallon as world
market conditions continued to fluctuate,
with oil prices reaching the $70 per bar-
rel marker.
"Bahamians need to appreciate that
while other countries in this hemisphere,
in this region, including Puerto Rico and
several states in the US, are benefiting
from the virtue of PetroCaribe, while we
are still here suffering at the mercy of
these multinational oil companies.
"Unfortunately for the Bahamian peo-
ple the oil prices in the Bahamas are
going to continue to escalate due to the
impending situation in Iran. And it is
only going to get much worse before it
gets better, and there is not much we
can do about it at this time," he said.
Mr Miller said that he questions if
Bahamians fully appreciate the negative
effects that spiraling oil prices are having
on the country's economy.
"These crippling price increases affect
every aspect of life in the Bahamas.
Indeed the greatest domestic problem
facing US President George Bush is the
high cost of fuel in the US, and Con-
gress as well as the Senate have put com-
mittees-together to study a way to com-
bat the high price of fuel, and fuel oils in
America.
"Here in the Bahamas some appear
to be oblivious to the burden that is


Gas prices

on the

rise again

being placed on the back of Bahamians.
Hopefully in the not too distance future
all of us will wake up and realise that
the spiraling cost of fuel is a dire reality
that we should be facing head on -
instead of burying our head in the sand
and saying that the Bahamian people
can withstand the high prices as it comes
and goes."
Mr Miller said that the time has come
for the Bahamas to "positively look" at
the Venezuelan proposed PetroCaribe
deal, in which the Bahamas would be
able to directly lift fuel from Venezuela
at "preferential rates"; thus eliminating
costly middlemen in the industry.
"I can only advise our people to please
only drive when necessary, use as little
electricity as needed, and try to conserve
energy as best you can in our collective
attempts to ride out this dire storm.
Because, like other consumers, I too feel
the effects of these volatile spikes in fuel,
and I still say again that it's time that
the Bahamas take another positive look
at signing on to the PetroCaribe initia-
tive.
"Jamaica estimates that their savings
for 2006 from PetroCaribe will exceed
$185 million US dollars. Puerto Rico,
which is an associate state of the US, has
begun receiving fuel under PetroCaribe,
and it is understood that their savings
amount to $250,000 per shipment. And
yet here in the Bahamas the detractors
are writing garbage about PetroCaribe,
because their concern is more about the
oil companies," he said..


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while he was not aware of the
trouble that was brewing in
Spring City, he was not sur-
prised.
"This was strictly a political
thing and I was invited to the
function and some persons
were given keys and some were
not. My view was that some of
the people who were moved
there didn't qualify for free
houses.
"They have actually been
squatting in Spring City.
"What I suspect is happen-
ing is that some of the persons
were allowed to move there
without signing the proper doc-
umentation and now they are
trying to get them to sign, but
some are refusing to sign," Mr
Sweeting said.
Calls to Minister of Housing
Shane Gibson were made up
to press time, but the minister
failed to respond.


Registrar General

FROM page one

many lawyers would be affected.
"We were told the documents had
been damaged and could we 'just sub-
mit' new ones," the lawyer said.
However, the attorney told The
Tribune that it was impossible to "just
submit new documents due to the
time, cost and nature of the docu-
ments involved."
The lawyer added that to recreate
the documents would result in hours
of work and a significant amount of
money.
"Who is expected to pay for this,
my clients who already thought their
documents were filed, or me who has
a staff that I have to pay?" asked the
attorney.
"This is an incredible inconve-
nience," the lawyer said.
To make matters worse, the attor-
ney added that although they have
insurance for damaged documents,
it only applies to documents dam-
aged while in their possession.
The attorney also said it is ridicu-
lous that no one in the Registrar Gen-
eral's office can shed any light on this
situation.
"There is no feedback," said the
lawyer.
Yesterday Mr Miller, when con-
tacted by The Tribune, said he had no
knowledge of the situation. However,
he said, he would discuss the matter
with staff and get to the bottom of
what has happened.



Three men

are charged

FROM page one

It is not known when the
alleged assault happened, but
reportedly the young woman
was dumped in the settlement
of Gordon's in south Long
Island.
The three men, 18, 22, and
35 years of age, have been
charged. Each has been
released on $10,000 bail with.
one surety.
Police press liaison Inspec-
tor Walter Evans said they
had received word of the inc-i
dent and are currently investi-
gating it.
"We have an allegation of
some activity, concerning an
alleged incident, and at pre-
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* By Bahamas Information
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FREEPORT, Grand
Bahama -THE new State Part-
nership Programme (SPP)
between the Bahamas and the
US state of Rhode Island has
carried out its first official exer-
cise a joint visit to Grand
Bahama to discuss diesatci pre-
paredness for the island.
Disaster managers from the
National Emergency Man-age-
ment Agency (NEMA), senior
law enforcement officials from
the Royal Bahamas Police
Force and Defence Force and
officials from the Rhode Island
National Guard took part in the
visit.
The SPP was launched in
December 2005 when a group
of disaster managers from the


the Port Department, the Min-
istry of Works, businesspersons
and law enforcement officials.
According to a government
release, the meetings were held
"in order to exchange ideas in
an attempt to further strengthen
the country's national plan and
response to all disasters, partic-
ularly in those areas that have
been most vulnerable to recent
hurricanes".
The delegation toured sever-
al of the southwestern town-
ships in Grand Bahama that
were ravaged by hurricanes
Frances and Jeanne in 2004 and


Hurricane Wilna in 200u1i.
They \were also gi~en:, ENK
of Freeport Harbour and jhiw
Freeport Container Port .
The Bahamian membec-.!it
the visiting group w\ere jjti
by Lt Colonel Michael KlcN.--
mara, public affair', officer of
the Rhode Island National
Guard (RING); Major Philo
Pagan of the United States
Southern Command; a;id. Lt
Commander Delong Boh ier'of
the Navy Liaison Office ofUS'
Embassy in Nassau. '"
Under Secretary in the office
of the prime minister Ca'hatd
Bethell, who overseas NE-MA
activities in the NortAerit-
Bahamas, applauded th&Stfite'
Partnership Programme'- sity
ing that it should prove benefi-
cial for both entities.
"No nation, state or cQiutry.
is completely independqlYt;
rather we are all inter-depen-
dent upon one another in our,
modern society," he said.4'Tte,
regional disasters that we,haye
had in the Bahamas .have,
brought the United States of
America and the Bahamas
much closer together -tiS:6,
much so that we have .really
seen in action the demorsfta-
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Last week Friday, the group
met with disaster managers,
senior government and local
government officials, senior
executives of. the Grand
Bahama Port Authority and
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accused of MI"I M rder-


FROM page one

June 21, a man he knew as "Mar-
co" called him and told him that
he had found someone who was
willing to buy cocaine. Ricardo
Miller reportedly told police of
how a deal between Mario Miller,
Marco and a prison officer, who
had drug buyers in Freeport, was
to be made.
According to the interview,
Ricardo stated that he told two
men, whom he knew as "Pret-
ty" and "Anwar", of the deal -
who subsequently told him that
they wanted to be involved.
Ricardo Miller reportedly
told police that "Pretty" later
told him that he knew some-
one who would buy all of the
drugs. The report said Ricar-
do told police that an agree-
ment was made to take the
drugs from Mario on Saturday,
June.22.
SRicardo, in the interview,
toldpolice that he had asked
"Pretty" if they would bring "a
tool"', or gun, but "Pretty"
replied "no" because Mario
was "a soft boy".
According to the report,
Ricardo told police that on the
morning of Saturday, June 22,
be drove a brown Sentra to the
"Super Value yard" where he
and'others were to meet Mario.
His brother, Ryan, who came
to "watch the scene," drove a
white Nissan Sunny, the report
said.
Detective Merinard told the
court that the report quoted
Ricardo as saying that when he
arrived at Super Value, he
called.Mario, who told him that
at that time he was "out west".
. When Mario arrived at the
scene, Ricardo told police, he


got into Mario's jeep and they
talked for a while. "Pretty" and
"Anwar" came later in a blue
car, the report said.
According to the report,
Ricardo told police that he
motioned to the two men that
the drugs were in the back of
the jeep.
Detective Merinard told the
court that according to the
report, Ricardo gave the fol-
lowing version of events:
"Pretty" and "Anwar" were
wearing brown plastic gloves.
"Anwar" came to the passen-
ger side of the jeep where he
was sitting and had in his hand
a cutlass-like knife. "Pretty"
went to the driver's side of the
jeep where Mario was sitting
and stabbed Mario several
times. The two men then fled
the scene and Ryan came and
shouted, "What happened? I
thought that we was just going
to take the stuff."
According to the report,
Ricardo told police that short-
ly thereafter a man on a motor-
cycle came and took a white,
red and blue box from the back
of the jeep. Just before fleeing
the scene the two noticed that
Mario was dead and they later
ditched the jeep and Ricardo
went to the hospital to get his
hand stitched, because he had
been cut on the hand during
the incident, according to the
report.
Merinard said Ricardo told
police that later, "Pretty" and
"Anwar" gave him two kilos of
cocaine, but he argued that it
had been eight pieces and he
and his brother should get
more. "Pretty" and "Anwar"
threatened the brothers not to
talk about the incident, the
report said.


Detective Merinard told the
court that Ryan and Ricardo
Miller later flew to Andros,
where they were arrested.
The officer also read from
the earlier interview, report-
edly taken at 1.10pm on June
27.
The main differences
between this interview and the
later one was that he did not
name "Anwar" and "Pretty" as
the two men involved in the
incident, and that he came to
New Providence after Marco
had told him that he had some
"live fish to sell" a phrase
he said he was familiar with.
According to the record of
the earlier interview, Ricardo
initially told police that he
returned to Andros on Thurs-
day, June 20 where he again
received a call from Marco,
who told him that he was work-
ing on a plan to take Mario's
stuff," and that Marco told him
to get ready for Saturday.
According to Detective
Merinard's testimony, in the
later interview, he said the plan
had been formulated by "Pret-
ty" and "Anwar".


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Services

FREEPORT Members of
the Grand Bahama Road Safe-
ty Committee, the Ministry of
Transport, and the Road Traffic
Department have teamed up to
highlight the importance of road
safety on the streets of Grand
Bahama which last year expe-
rienced a sharp rise in traffic
fatalities.
Minister of Transport and
Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin
and Controller of Road Traffic
Jack Thompson were in Grand
Bahama on Monday to launch
the campaign in conjunction
with the Grand Bahama Road
Safety Committee.
Mrs Hanna-Martin said the
23 persons who died on the
streets of Grand Bahama last
year were "far too many" and
noted that New Providence,
which has more than three
times the population of Grand
Bahama and many more cars,
recorded 33 road deaths.
"In the Ministry of Transport,
and in particular the Road Traf-
fic Department, we are looking
to put in place a comprehensive
approach to addressing this
issue, which will include the
review of legislation, the provi-
sions for the collection of sta-
tistics and data collection, so
that we can give greater analysis
as to what is happening on our


* MINISTER for Transport Glenys Hanna Martin is pictured
along with the chairman of the Grand Bahama Road Safety
Committee Mr J R Frazer, during a press conference in Grand
Bahama on Monday. Left is Controller of Road Traffic Jack
Thompson, and right is assistant controller in charge of Grand
Bahama Stephanie Rahming.


streets," she said.
The minister said Bahamians
must understand that the prob-
lem in not just one for the gov-
ernment, but an issue that
involves every member of the
community. "Last year we had
people losing their lives rang-
ing from the age of one month
to 90-plus, and that the figures
on Grand Bahama were
extremely alarming.
"We intend this year to
become very aggressive, partic-


(Photo: BIS/Vandyke Hepbunm)
ularly in Grand Bahama to raise
awareness on this issue," she
said
According to Mrs Hanna-
Martin, many traffic mishaps
are occurring because road
users are bending the rules, cut-
ting corners, and engaging in
behavior that is inherently dan-
gerous, not only to themselves
but other road users.
"The driver should take
responsibilities for himself, and
should also remember that he


Commonwealth Bank lends


its support to the Crippled


Children's Committee


has in his vehicle passengers
who are dependent on what he
does; we also have pedestrians
who are extremely vulnerable,
and those on motorcycles. This
is really about us understand-
ing that we have a level of
responsibility that must be
attained," she said.
Mrs Hanna-Martin went on
to commend the local commit-
tee in its attempts to raise
awareness about the problem
and for its efforts to create a
culture of safety on the streets.
The chairman of the Grand
Bahama Road Safety Commit-
tee J R Frazer agreed that 2005
was a worrying year in terms of
traffic fatalities in Grand
Bahama.
"This high level of loss of life
on our streets was alarming and
unacceptable. It was carnage
resulting in the useless waste of
human life, causing pain and
grief to families from all walks


of life, families whose lives will
never be the same," he said.
According to Mr Frazer, the
world report on road traffic
injury prevention indicates that
road crashes are the second
leading cause of death globally
. among young people.
"Education is the key to road
safety. We seek to raise the lev-
el of awareness of our people.
The message is very simple -
too many people have died on
our streets, and most of these
were preventable," he said.
A number of activities have
been planned to raise aware-
ness on the importance of road
safety and proper driving habits
particularly among young dri-
vers. He said the committee will
be visiting schools throughout
Grand Bahama and will active-
ly engage students through an
advertising campaign.
The committee is presently
in the process of selecting road


safety spokespersons for the
year. There are also plans to
organise high school debates
and a health fair.
On Monday the committee
unveiled the first road safety
billboard on East Sunrise High-
way, where a number of fatali-
ties have occurred.
The Controller of Road Traf-
fic, Jack Thompson, said his
department is considering some
revisions to the Road Traffic
Act to help curb the number of
accidents on the streets.
He called on road users and
exercise time management, as
too often drivers are in a hurry
because they do not plan, and
accidents can occur when per-
sons are rushing to get from one
place to another.
Mr Thompson also warned
about using cell phones while
driving and discouraged "bend-
ing" the rules at traffic lights
and stop signs.


* COMMONWEALTH Bank vice-president of audits, Carole Strachan presents a cheque to
Bismark Coakley, chairman of the Crippled Children's Committee.
(Photo: Tim Aylen)


COMMONWEALTH Bank
has offered its support to the
Crippled Children's Commit-
tee, calling the organisation the
only one of its kind in the
Bahamas.
The committee provides dis-
abled children with funding for
wheelchairs, braces, surgery and
medical care at home and
abroad.
"Since its founding by the
late Sir Etienne Dupuch over a
half century ago, the Crippled
Children's Committee has pro-
vided an invaluable service for
children with disabilities in
our country," said Common-
wealth Bank's vice-president


of audits Carole Strachan.
"So many times when all oth-
er avenues have been exhaust-
ed, a family would find the sup-
port it needed through the Crip-
pled Children's Committee.
"The committee arranges for
diagnosis and treatment at med-
ical institutions such as the
Shriners Hospital for Children
specialising in children's dis-
abilities and has often assisted
with family expenses during
treatment.
"Its role in the community is
singular. Children with limited
or no mobility have been given
wheelchairs. Others who, either
by birth, accident or illness,


have lost limbs have been given
prostheses. Commonwealth
Bank applauds the quiet,
behind-the-scenes work of the
Crippled Children's Committee
and we are proud to assist," she
said.
With 7,000 shareholders
throughout the islands, Com-
monwealth Bank is the nation's
largest publicly-held company.
It operates nine banks and
other service centres in New
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* MINISTER of Foreign Affairs and the Public Service Fred Mitchell, centre, is shown with
Bahamian students studying in China following a cultural performance at the Beijing Night
Theatre in Beijing, China last Friday. From left are Randolph Culmer, Julian Francis, William
Seymour and Osborne Lockhart.
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High share


Wedding planners


price causes ear business loss
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for Kerzner


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
Kerzner Interna-
tional's stock
has been down-
graded by a
SWall Street ana-
lyst to 'Sector Performer' from
'Sector Outperformer', but
only because the company's
share price has appreciated so
rapidly over the past seven
months.
A report by CIBC World
Markets analysts, William
Schmitt and David Katz,
showed how much.Bahamian
investors in Kerzner Interna-
tional's Bahamian Depository
Receipts (BDRs) have bene-
fited from capital appreciation,
.as the company's ordinary
shares had increased in value
by about 22 per cent between
May 2005 and January 2006.
The value of the BDRs listed
on the Bahamas International
Securities Exchange (BISX) is
linked to the company's ordi-
nary share price on the New
York Stock Exchange (NYSE),
which last night closed at
$67.18. Given that 10 BDRs
are equivalent to one Kerzner
International ordinary share,
the closing price on BISX yes.
terday was $6.78.
Mr Schmitt and Mr Katz said
the Kerzner International
downgrade was not based on
any material weakness in the
company's prospects, but
rather because there was little


current potential for further
capital appreciation due to the
stock's high valuation.
They wrote: "The stock has
appreciated 22 per cent sine
early May 2005. Because we
are maintaining our $71 price
target at this time in anticipa-
tion of fourth quarter 2005
earnings results, upside is thus
limited to roughly 1.7 per cent
based on the stock's previous
close [on January 12]."
A "strong performance"
from the Atlantis resort on Par-
adise Island mean that the
CIBC World Markets analysts
were confident in their fore-
casts, with "strategic growth"
taking place at Kerzner Inter-
national's operations in the
Bahamas.
The duo also revised their
2005 fourth quarter earnings
per share estimates for Kerzn-
er International upwards, from
$0.33 to $0.36 just above the

SEE page 8B


Shrinking margins


'biggest challenge'


for clearing banks

* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Bsusiness Editor
SHRINKING margins resulting from increased costs and com-
petition is "one of our biggest challenges" in the banking sector,
Scotiabank (Bahamas) managing director said.
Addressing the 15th annual Bahamas Business Outlook Con-
ference; Minna Israel said that to maintain margins, in the face of
competition from non-traditional financial services providers,
commercial banks had to cut costs and "find ways to be more effi-
cient and effective".
Apart from the increasing market share non-traditional
providers were taking
in both the retail and
commercial banking SEE page 9B


Private sector 'better'

to deliver micro loans


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
WI-ILE applauding the
launch of the Government's
Micro Loan initiative, the
Small Business Association of
the Bahamas' corporate secre-
tary has told The Tribune that
it would be better delivered
through a private sector mech-
anism rather than the Bahamas
Development Bank (BDB).
Marion Johnson said Micro
Loan financing had been some-
thing the Association had
"talked about for quite some
time", the issue having been
raised with the Government.


"It is a niche in the market-
place that needs to be filled,"
Mr Johnson added.
The BDB is chiefly target-
ing the handicrafts, souvenirs
and cottage industries sector,
focusing on small business per-
sons operating from home who
produce goods for commercial
use.
Entrepreneurs can borrow
from "a few hundred dollars"
up to $10,000, with low interest
rates attached, low or no secu-
rity/collateral requirements,
and a streamlined application

SEE page 9B


* FROM L to R: Amie Bowe, principal of Exuma Mail Box Ltd; Andre Bowe,
principal of Exuma Mail Box Ltd; Gershan A. Major, chief executive and managing
director for MBE Caribbean; Leroy Bowe, principal of Exuma Mail Box Ltd; and
RaineBowe. .


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ALLYSON Maynard-Gib-
son, minister of financial ser-
vices and investments, yester-
day said she was meeting
Bahamian wedding planners
on Monday to deal with con-
cerns that they may lose busi-
ness from a change in policy at
the Registrar General's
Department on marriage
licences.
Industry sources familiar
with situation told The Tribune
that the apparent change in
procedure could "shut down
completely" the business
Bahamian wedding planners
received from cruise ship pas-
sengers and couples who flew
in with family for marriages at
the weekend.
The Registrar General's
Department had been dealing
with marriage licence applica-


the same day, ensuring that
licences were granted on the
day they were applied for.
However, The Tribune was
told that wedding planners and
co-ordinators who have gone
to the Registrar General's
Department in the past week
have been informed of a pro-
cedural change,
Marriage
Now, instead of marriage
licences being applied for and
issued on the same day, the
Department will only issue
licences the day after the appli-
cation is submitted.
As a result, couples who fly
in on a Thursday with plans for
a weekend Bahamas wedding,
will apply for their marriage
licence on the Friday but have
to wait until Monday to get it.
As a result, wedding planners


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mally marry in the Bahamas,
as their return flights will be
booked for Sunday or Monday.
The industry is also con-
cerned that the same issue
faces couples on cruise ships
who have planned a Bahamas
wedding. Their ships are only
in port briefly, and are likely
to have left by the time they
can pick up their marriage
licence.
Describing the situation as
"a complete mess", one source
familiar with the situation said
there had been no warning or
consultation on the apparent
change in policy by the Regis-
trar General's Department.
However, Mrs Maynard-
Gibson said there had been
"no substantive" change in pol-
icy, adding: "As far as I'm

SEE page 8B


Bahamas-based master
franchise holder has
'very aggressive' plan
for the Caribbean

MAIL Boxes Etc's master franchise
holder for the Bahamas has "a very
aggressive expansion plan" into the
Caribbean, having announced a franchise
agreement for Exuma with Exuma Mail-
box Ltd,
Caleb Enterprises, a Bahamian com-
pany that also holds the master franchise
licence for the 'English-speaking
Caribbean, said Exuma's first Mail Box-
es Etc franchise for Exuma would be
located in the Emerald Isle Shpping Cen-

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Bahamas


worker rewarded




THE PRIVATE TRUST CORPORATION LIMITED


Congratulates


ELWOOD BONIMY

ON PASSING THE S T E P EXAMINATIONS

Mr. Elwood Bonimy is employed as Chief Financial Officer at The Private Trust Corporation
Limited. He is a graduate of The College of The Bahamas, and of Emile Woolf Colleges,
UK, where he obtained his ACCA qualifications. He holds an MBA in Business Administration
from the University of Miami, and Series 7 securities certification. He is married to Tamara
Barker and they are proud parents of one daughter, Danielle Christina.

The Board of Directors, management and staff of The Private Trust Corporation Limited
congratulate Elwood for successfully completing all four parts of the Society and Trust
Estate Practitioners Examination (STEP) with distinction. We wish him a bright and
successful future.


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Pictured left to right are: Adrian Crosbie-Jones, Executive Director, Elwood Bonimy and
Bruno Roberts, Executive Director.


* BAHAMAS Realty chief executive Larry Roberts (right) congratulates sales agent Chris Lowe
(left) for being awarded top producer of Rolling Hills Estates and signing the highest number of leas,
es in the past year.


ingsway Acade-
my's former chief
photographer has
been honoured
by his employer,
Bahamas Realty, for being top
producer at Nassau's latest gated
community, Rolling Hills
Estates, and signing the highest
number of leases over the past
year.
"I wasn't looking for any
award," said Chris Low. "When
Mr Roberts was comparing
Mario Carey's first year to the
award recipient's year, it didn't
even occur to me that I was
being compared, until they
described the recipient as a pho-
tographer. I am honoured to
know that Iwas considered after
only being an agent for a little
over a year."
When Mr Lowe began taking
photos of houses and scenery in
Harbour Island on summer
vacations with the camera he
saved up for in seventh grade,
he neverimagined he was
preparing himself for an award-
winning career with. one of the
top real estate firms in The
Bahamas.
Although given the opportu-
nity to photograph sports, mod-
els and events while at Kingsway
Academy as chief photographer
and editor-in-chief of the year-
book, Mr Lowe was intrigued
with architecture and scenery as
his favourite subjects.
SAfter attending the College
of the Bahamas to pursue elec-
trical engineering, he took jobs
in fields such as sales, tourism,


scuba diving and others. He
spent some time working with
his father, Lewton Lowe, who
was one of the most respected
air conditioning technicians on
the island. Mr Lowe then held a
management position for nearly
five years in a business at the
Mall at Marathon.
Shortly after they were mar-
ried, Mr Lowe's wife, Sophia,
accepted a position with
Bahamas Realty. As assistant to
chief executive Larry Roberts,
she knew the firm was search-
ing for a freelance photographer
who would capture the essence
of properties for sale. Sophia
knew a photographer who just
might fit the bill her husband,
Chris.
Review
Mr Roberts agreed to review
his work, and before long Mr
Lowe was shooting images for
virtual tours on the company's
website a,s well as images for
print ads and brochures. His
photographs began appearing in
international luxury homes mag-
azines and brochures.
"I was very pleased with
Chris' work," said Mr Roberts.
"In the past agents would take
unappealing photos with messy
driveways or a backdoor. Chris
captured the character of the
homes, and before you know it
he found himself thinking like a
real estate agent and using the
terminology. That's when I think
he felt he could sell houses. He
knew them inside and out. He


asked for the chance to become
a sales agent and we were more
than happy to assist him in'
obtaining his licence. He has
proven himself over and over
again."
"In real estate you don't just,
sell a house with four walls yeli
sell a home, a lifestyle and a feel-
ing. This is what I try to capture,
in my photos," said Mr Low.
"This is part of the reason I cRa
honestly say I love being in real
estate. The fact that I can sill
use the photography side as '
creative outlet is a bonus ibr
me." *:
"Through a photographer's
eyes," added Mr Roberts. "Chris
is keen to notice things some
agents might miss and he has a
personality that people love:
That's what came through with
the Rolling Hills Estates pro-
ject."
"I believed in Rolling Hills,'!
said Mr Lowe. "It's a small gat-
ed community where you can
enjoy your privacy or be a part
of a neighbourhood, a wonderful
place for young couples and a
great place to raise children. .
"It is reminiscent of island lifo
to me. I am proud to know I
assisted those young Bahamian
families."
While Mr Lowe walked away
with honours in subdivision
sales, residential sales and resi-
dential leasing, broker Stuart
Halbert took overall honours as
the top producing sales agent.
Mario Carey is ineligible for the
top award, which is reserved for
a non-partner.


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US regulatory head at Nassau Conference


the Financial Ser-
vices Authority,
the UK's finan-
cial industry reg-
ulator, Will address the Nassau
Conference on Regulatory
Risks in Current lMarkets.
As head of the financial reg-
ulator for banking, insurance
and securities acti ities in the
UK, Sir Callum McCarthy will
tell the conference, which is
being held on February 7-8 at
the British Colonial Hilton,
about the main issues facing
the financial sen ices sector
toda), ho\% thece issues have
evolved and how they are like-
ly to develop in the future.
Sir Callum joined the FSA
in September 2003 from the
Office of Gas and Electricity
Markets, where he was chair-
man and chief executive.












THE Abaco Beach
'Resort & Boat Harbour
has announced a Winter
SSpecial promotion, where
;,guests who book for four
,nights will get one night
free until March 1, 2006.
The hotel has 76 rooms
and suites, all with terraces
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Upscale cottages.
"Abaco Beach Resort is
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vacation to really relax
and unwind," said John
Neophytou, the resort's
Svice-president of opera-
tions for Abaco Beach.
: "The winter months are
* 'the perfect time to visit to
Enjoy peace and quiet and
to avoid the rush of the
spring break travellers."


* SIR CALLUM McCARTHY

He had previously held
senior positions in Barclays
Bank, BZW and Kleinwort
Benson, as well as the Depart-
ment for Trade and Industry
(DTI). He is an economist and
graduate of the School of Busi-
ness at Stanford University,
where he was a Sloan Fellow.
His early career was in the
chemical industry, and in the


DTI, where he held several
posts including principal pri-
vate secretary to Roy Hatters-
ley when he was Secretary of
State for Prices and Consumer
Protection, and to Norman
Tebbit when he was Secretary
of State for Trade and Industry.
In 1985, Sir Callum left the
DTI and joined Kleinwort Ben-
son as director of corporate
finance.
In 1989, he joined Barclays'
investment banking arm, BZW,
as managing director and
deputy head of corporate
finance, later becoming chief
executive of Barclays Bank
group operations in Japan. He
then left to head the bank's
businesses in North America.
Sir Callum left Barclays to
become director-general of the
UK gas regulator, Ofgas, in
1998. When the new energy
super-regulator Ofgem was set
up the following year, he
became chief executive before
becoming executive chairman
in 2000. At Ofgem he oversaw
the introduction of greater
competition into the gas and
electricity markets.


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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
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Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: 242-322-4546 or 242-322-2576
Fax: 242-326-3509
E-mail: info@best.bs



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the 2nd week of February 2006 at the BEST Commisison
office.


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Eastern Europe





prospects


[
Sof European
economic inte-
gration will
address the
Nassau Conference, which is
being held on February 7-8 at
the British Colonial Hilton, on
.. the subject of Doing business in
Eastern Europe.
Chief
Katinka Barysch is chief


economist at the Centre for
European Reform (CER), an
independent London-based
think tank, and a frequent com-
mentator in the international
media, both in print and in
broadcasting, with regular
appearances on CNN Interna-
tional, CNBC Europe and the
BBC.
In her address, Ms Barysch
will look at Central and East-
ern European countries that
have consistently outperformed
the eurozone over the last
decade, as well as future trends.
She will also cover questions
such as 'Will membership in
the EU and, eventually, the
euro help to sustain catch-up
growth rates?
"Or will Eastern Europe
struggle to find its place
between high-tech Western
Europe and low-cost emerging
Asia?'"
Ms Barysch has been at the
CER since 2002, and her cur-
rent research areas include eco-
nomic policymaking in the
eurozone; the economic con-
sequences of EU enlargement;
the EU's relationship with Rus-
sia and China; and future acces-
sion countries, such as Turkey.
Among her recent publica-
tions are A Manifesto for the
Future of Europe; Liberal vs
Social Europe; The European
Economic and Social Model
After Enlargement; Why
Europe Should Embrace
Turkey; Is Tax Competition
Bad; and Embracing the Drag-
on: The EU's Relationship with
China.


generall Hospital in Rochester, N Y,'a' Stud
YS tudied
where she served as Chief Resident Ms Barysh s d
Ms Barysch studied politics,
from 2000 2001. Dr. Thompson is economics and law at Munich
American Board Certified in University and graduated with
American Board Certified in B|j.M er
~.. a Masters in International
Obstetrics and Gynecology and has i Political Economy from the
London School of Economics.
enjoyed serving her Bahamian ofi' i iC g I She worked for the Centre
for European Economic
community since 2001. Her practice, Research (ZEW, Mannheim),
St. Elizabeth Women's Medical the European Commission in
Brussels and an international
Center, will be Opening January 30, 2006. She looks forward to continuing to consultancy before joining the
Economist Intelligence Unit,
provide Individualized and Specialized Care for Women. where she spent five years as
an analyst, editor and in the
development of new electronic
St. Elizabeth Women's Medical Center media.
155 Shirley Street (opposite Oriental Cleaners) Ms Barysch consults for
information providers such as
Nassau, Bahamas the Economist Intelligence
Tel: 322-3831/323-7477 Unit and Oxford Analytica,
www.acog.org/member-lookup and a number of financial insti-
tutions.



Financial Advisors Ltd.
Pricing Information As Of:
25 January 2006
EISX LISTED & TRADED SECURITIES VISIT WWW BISXBAHAMAS COM FOR MoRE DATA & INFORMATION
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX: CLOSE 1.357.80 CHG 00.05 / %CHG 00.00 i YTD 07.09 / YTD % 00.52
*.- .'.k-L.. Slm bol Pre.ious Cl...: Toa,. il:. :e rangee Daill .jci EPS $ Div S PIE Yield
I 1', 7 .. r.larkets u 2 :, '- 001 1,215 .0.169 O000 NIM 0 00%
10.52 8.00 Bahamas Property Fund 10.52 10.52 0.00 1.456 0.360 7.2 3.42%
7.24 5.55 Bank of Bahamas 7.00 7.00 0.00 0.587 0.330 11.6 4.71%
0.85 0.70 Benchmark 0.70 0.70, 0.00 0.175 0.020 4.0 2.86%
1.80 1.26 Bahamas Waste i 1.26 1.26 0.00 0.105 0.060 12.0 4.76%
1.20 0.87 Fidelity Bank 1.10 1.10 0.00 0.070 0.040 15.7 3.64%
9.60 7.20 Cable Bahamas 9.54 9.54 0.00 0.689 0.240 13.8 2.52%
2.20 1.39 Colina Holdings 1.64 1.64 0.00 -0.046 0.000 NM 0.00%
9.25 7.15 Commonwealth Bank 9.15 9.15 0.00 0.791 0.450 11.6 4.92%
4.38 4.12 Consolidated Water BDRs 4.20 4.25 0.05 0.099 0.045 42.1 1.08%
2.88 1.50 Doctor's Hospital 2.88 2.88 0.00 0.429 0.000 6.6 0.00%
6.20 3.99 Famguard 6.05 6.05 0.00 0.428 0.240 12.7 3.97%
10.90 9.75 Finco 10.90 10.90 0.00 0.717 0.530 15.2 4.86%
10.90 7.50 FirstCaribbean 10.90 10.90 0.00 0.695 0.500 13.2 4.59%
10.05 7.95 Focol 10.05 10.05 0.00 700 0.833 0.500 12.1 4.98%
1.99 1.15 Freeport Concrete. 1 1.11.15 0.00 -0.062 0.000 N/M 0.00%
10.20 9.60 ICD Utilities 9.95 9.95 0.00 0.526 0.405 15.1 5.43%
9.10 8.22 J. S. Johnson 9.10 9.10 0.00 0.572 0.560 15.8 6.19%
7.00 4.36 Kerzner International BDRs 6.78 6.71 -0.07 0.138 0.000 49.1 0.00%
10.00 10.00 Premier Real Estate 10.00 10.00 0.00 2.036 0.760 4.9 7.60%
Fiderii, C.- .r-Th-.Crunier Securities
: *. ., L "L:., ,mboBdl IB.d h L --51 rr,.:e '.et ,l .C.I EPS $ DI\ i PIE YIelI
13.00 12.50 Bahamas Supermarkets 13.25 14.25 11.00 1.917 0.720 7.2 5.05%
10.14 10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref) 10.00 10.35 10.00 0.000 0.800 NM 7.80%
0.60 0.40 RND Holdings 0 29 0.54 0.00 -0.044 0.000 NM 0.00%
Colini O).,er-The-Counler Secuntles
a :-,,' 0'- D 7 411 ID0 -13 .0-. 41 .:.-: 2220 O 000 194 000:
16.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 12.75 13.75 12.50 1.105 0.810 14.6 6.93%
0.60 0.35 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.35 -0.103 0.000 N/M 0.00%
BIS/ Liste3 MMutLuel Funr.s
S, H .. Fur, Name . yTC: : L s, 12 r..,n a Div $ Yield '.
1.2700 1.2060 Colina Money Market Fund 1.270017*
2.5864 2.0704 Fidelity Bahamas G & I Fund 2.5864 **
10.7674 10.0000 Fidelity Prime Income Fund 10.7674"**.
2.3125 2.1746 Colina MSI Preferred Fund 2.312472**
1.1442 1.0782 Colina Bond Fund 1.144217**"
FriNECE CLOSE -35i",0 ,r TDC 1 221. / 2003 14.889%
BISX ALL SHARE INDE X 19 Dec 02 = 1.000.00 YIELD last 12 month dividends divided by closing price
52wk-Hi Highest closing price in last 52 weeks Bid $ Buying price of Colina and Fidelit4
52wk-Low Lowest closing price in last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colina and fidelity
Previous Close Previous day's weighted price for daily volume Last Price Last traded over-the-counter price
Today's Close Current day's weighted price for daily volume Weekly Vol. Trading volume of the prior week
Change Change in closing price from day to day EPS $ A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
Daily Vol. Number of total shares traded today NAV Net Asset Value
DIV $ Dividends per share paid in the last 12 months N/M Not Meaningful
P/E Closing price divided by the last 12 month earnings FINDEX The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1. 1994 = 100
S- AS AT DEC. 31, 2005/ "* AS AT NOV. 30, 2005
S-AS AT JAN. 13, 2006/ "* AS AT DEC. 31, 2005/"*** AS AT DEC. 31. 2005
TO' TRIDE C3LL_ .CtLIrJA 2.42.602-7010 / FIDELITY 242-358-776 -


* KATINKA BARYSCH


Dr. Sharon A. Thompson

Practice Relocation

Please join us in welcoming the latest "
addition to our center of highly .
qualified physicians in the ~ ';
Renaissance Medical Building. .t : ".


Dr. S. Thompson received her Doctor .
of Medicine degree from Howard ,. i'
University College of Medicine in
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W ashingto r;D: C :,' .-: .. .. ..........


She completed her Obstetrics and .
Gynecology Residency at Rochester .,
. .. .. . . .._ XTA : -F


NOTICE

Kendolyn V. Cartwright
Counsel and Attorney at Law
Notary Public

is pleased to announce that effective 16th January
2006 the name of the Law Firm has changed from:-

LEGAL SERVICES CENTRE
TO
AKSUM LAW CHAMBERS
Okra Hill Road
P.O.Box N-919
Nassau, Bahamas

Telephone: (242) 393-5984\5
Facsimile: (242) 393-5982


As part of our commitment to employ 200 Bahamians on our
project we are seeking qualified Bahamians to apply for the
position of:

Sous Chef
Resident Butler

Salary and benefits will be in based on experience and will include
health benefits.
Applications can be directed to:
Indira Edwards
Director, Human Resource and Training
P.O. Box AB20766
Marsh Harbour, Abaco
Or iedwards@bakersbayclub.com

Baker's Bay Golf & Ocean Club is a $500 million project under
development on Great Guana Cay. It includes 381 residential
homes, a 70-acre environmental preserve, a 180-slip marina, a
championship golf course and a 70-room luxury hotel.


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.,,:.,IVST EN PP RUNT


4TRIBUNE,


RAINBOW BAY
SUBDIVISION
(ELEUTHERA)
Lot #44, Block 5, Section A. The
g .. L- .. lot is on a hill overlooking the
S Atlantic Ocean. Area is
t.. ,.p a approximately 10,800 sq. ft. This
:, '. .'-, site encompasses a two storey
apartment block of two
.- apartments. One upstairs and
S .;-.. one downstairs. Each comprising
. one bedroom one bathroom,
-': '- "; front room, dining, kitchen. There
is a wooden porch approximately
8 6 feet wide on the upper level secured with a wooden handrail. The garage
area has been converted into a efficiency apartment and now houses one
bedroom/frontroom in one and one bathroom. Age: is 7 years old. The apartments
could be rented at $700 per month partly furnished. The efficiency rented at
$400 per month.


MARSHALL ROAD

-,. , V' Lot #54, land size 42,130 sq.
ft. with a masonry building
with eight inch concrete block
walls. The front 2 units are
95% complete.


Appraisal: $196,920.00

".--, -. Heading west. on Blue Hill
Road, go pass the intersection
of Cowpen and Blue Hill Road, turn right onto Marshall Road (Adventure
Learning Center Road), follow road to the final curve before the beach.
The subject property is about 100 feet on the right side, grey trimmed
white with unfinished building attached.


Appraisal: $308,395.00


DUNDAS TOWN

I 1*
,. ' (ABACO)

S -;3 two bed, 1 bath triplex 9,000
sq. ft., lot no. 18b with an area
S" Ifor a small shop. Age 12 years
S, the land is a portion of one of
,-,.." the Dundas Town Crown
,... .. Allotment parcels stretching from
Forest Drive to Front Street,
.;- ..being just under a quarter acre
"% in size and on the lowside. A
concrete block structure, with
S.- asphalt shingle roof and L-shape
,. ':A-; ',; in design with a total length of
70x26 ft, plus 50 x 22 ft., 2,920
sq. ft., the interior walls are concrete blocks, ceiling is sheet rock and the floors
of vinyl tiles.

Appraisal: $215,850.00



VALENTINES EXTENSION
(NASSAU)

Lot #2 contains a 19 year old 1
1/2 storey four plex with a floor
area of 3,621. sq. ft. The two
..storey section consist of a
master bedroom, bathroom and
sitting area upstairs and two
bedrooms, one.bath, living,
dining, family room and kitchen
"." .downstairs. The single storey
.- -" consist of one two bedroom, one
bath apartment and two
efficiency apartments, land size
7,500 sq. ft. Multi-Family zoning
on flat land and not subject to
flooding.

Appraisal: $347,006.00

The subject property is located on the western side of Valentine's Extension
Road, just over one hundred feet north of the roadway known as Johnson
Terrace. Travel east on Bernard Road, turr left onto Adderley Street which is
opposite SAC, continue left at the deep bend, take first right into Johnson
Terrace, go to T-junction and turn left, then first right. Property is second
building on right, white trimmed brown.

LOT 194 BOYD
SUBDIVISION
(NASSAU)

.. All that lot of land having an area
S -.' of 6,400 sq. ft. being lot no 194
Sof the subdivision known as,
t r Boyd Subdivision, situated in the
central district of New
Providence this property is
*. '' comprised of a 35 year old single
S:Il family, single story residence
Encompassing approximately
J 1,278 sq. ft. of enclosed living
area and inclusive of separate
living and dining rooms, and an average size kitchen, three bedrooms, two
bathrooms and an entry porch, of approximately 88 sq. ft. ventilation is by 2
wall unit air conditioners. The property is at grade and level with good drainage,,,
landscaping is minimal, consisting of lawns and shrubs in the front, the subject
is enclosed with stone walls mounted with wrought iron and chain link fencing
Sand a wrought iron gate in front there is a 208 sq. ft. cement driveway leading
to a single covered carport of 250 sq. ft. the subject site also has a concrete
block storage shed measuring of approximately 143 sq. ft.

Appraisal: $126,000.00
Traveling west on Boyd Road, turn left onto Foster Street, continue on Foster
Street to the 4th corner right, (Roland Ave.) the subject property is the 5th
property on the left side painted orange with red/white trim.


KENNEDY
SUBDIVISION
(NASSAU)

Lot no. 21 all utilities available
10 year old single story
house, 3 bedroom 2
bathroom, living room, dining
area, family room, kitchen,
study, laundry and an entry
porch.


Appraisal: $185,461.00


Heading west along Soldier Road take main entrance to Kennedy
Subdivision on the left, then take the 1st corner on the left then 1st right,
house is second on your right with garage.


MURPHY TOWN
(ABACO)

Lot #60 with a structure, lot size
60 x 115 ft., 6,900 sq. ft., 10 ft.,
above sea level but below road
level and would flood, in a severe
hurricane the .duplex has
dimensions of 60 ft by 30 ft
r partly of wood and partly of
S. cement blocks with one section
virtually finished and occupied
with blocks up to window level
and floor ready to be poured.
The roof is asphalt shingles, the
interior walls and ceiling are of 1x6 pine and the floor of ceramic tiles. The
finished work is average/below, 2 bedrooms, one bath, living/dining. The
occupied portion of the structure is not complete. Age: 10 years old.

Appraisal: $60,540.00


,I

Lot No. 68Woodlawn Way
Winton Heights
(Nassau)


All that piece parcel or lot of land
Shaving an area of 14,897 sq. ft.
being lot 6, block 13, in the
Subdivision, known as Winton
Heights, this .property is
comprised of a 26 year old 11/2
storey single family resident
consisting of approximately
2,567 sq. ft. of enclosed living
space with 3 bed rooms, 2 baths,
upstairs and downstairs
consisting of a foyer, guest bedroom and bath, laundry room, kitchen, powder
ro0m, sunken living area, tv room and dining area. Climate control is provided
by wall air conditioning units throughout the house quality of construction and
maintenance is fair as a good amount of remedial work is needed on the roof
and plumbing system. The effective age of the building is seven years the
property is rectangular in shape on flat terrain, and on a level grade slightly
elevated above the road to disallow flooding during annual heavy rainy periods.
The grounds improvements include a concrete wall with two double gates at
the front with chain-link fencing otherwise, open patios at the front and back,
and a 20,000 gal rainwater cistern under the front patio overall, the grounds
are attractive and well kept.

Appraisal: $387,647.00

Traveling east on Prince Charles Drive go pass Winton Super Value, then
second left to T Junction, turn right at T junction and the subject property is
the third house right painted yellow trimmed white.


JOHNSON'S HARBOUR VIEW ESTATES SUBDIVISION (ELEUTHERA), All that vacant lot of land having an area of approximately 4,500 sq ft being lots
12E and 13W and is situated in JOhnson Harbour View Estates Subdivision situated on the island of Eleuthera, Bahamas. Measuring and bounded as follows, northwardly
by 20' wide road reservation and running there on for a distance of 50 ft eastwardly by lot 13E and running thereon for a distance of 90 ft southwardly by lot 30, and running
thereon for a distance of 25 ft and continuing on lot 31 and running thereon a distance of 25 ft westwardly by lot 12W of the said subdivision and running thereon for a distance
of 90 ft. This property is well lanscaped and fenced in. This area is quiet and peaceful with all utilities and services available.
Appraisal: $45,000.00
The said pieces parcels or lot of land is. situated in Johnson's Harbour View Estates Subdjvision, Harbour Island, Eleuthera.


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QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
EDUCATION
o High School Diploma plus 5 or more years experience a must
o Art Degree or Technical School Certificate required
o Demonstrated ability in graphic design and desktop publishing
TRAINING & EXPERIENCE
o Applicant must have artistic skills in design and layout
o Must know how to work with commercial printers
o Must be able to execute designs/publications in standard computer
drawing and publishing software
SKILLS
o Prepare design layouts, specifications and mechanicals for brochures, ads,
journals, posters, signage, booklets and other printed and graphic materials.
o Demonstrate ability to create technical illustrations, designs,
layouts and electronic presentations and publications for commercial print
o Exhibit knowledge of commercial art methods, techniques, prepress, and
scanning
o Work independently and as part of ateamri::
o Work under extreme deadline pressure and handle multiple assignments
o Monitor scheduling and overall job production and coordinate
interrelated activities with other departments
o Adhere to excellent organizational skills
o Excellent oral and written communication skills
o Enthusiastic with excellent customer service skills
o Must be able to work with little or no supervision
o Must be familiar with PC & Mac operating systems
o Demonstrate expertise in QuarkXPress 6.0, Macromedia FreeHand
MX, Adobe PageMaker, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and
Microsoft PowerPoint
POSITION SUMMARY:
Under the direction of the Assistant Vice President of Operations, the Graphic Artist
will perform duties in accordance with established marketing practices and policies
and special instruction as well as perform a variety of duties involved in the design
and layout of printed and graphic materials, and perform routine and complex duties
in the preparation of printing specifications.
Portfolio required
Salary to commensurate with experience
Excellent benefits
Plaesbi'ltest:Hua"eoresDprmn


N PICTURED (from left to right) above are Marie Souder, Leslie Munroe, Marsha Musgrove,
Lana Taylor, Detrice Hanna, and the STI's president and lecturer, Michael Miller


THE Securities Training
Institute (STI) has held a half-
day introductory workshop on


trust law. Participants were
told about the historical defin-
ition of trusts, classification of


HELP WANTED



with five years experience with the
ability to work on their own initiative.

Please send Resume to:
P.O.Box N-1462,
Nassau, The Bahamas
,. Tel: (242) 394-0043
Fax (242) 393-4910


trusts, their definitions, cer-
tainties, formalities and con-
stitution.
Upon completion of this
programme, the Nassau-based
STI said participants could
enroll in the more advanced
Intermediate Trust Law Work-
shop, which covers the admin-
istration of trusts and estates,
duties of trustees and their
powers, and the Bahamas'
Trustee Act 1998.
This workshop also covers
what constitutes a breach of
trust, remedies and the pow-
ers of beneficiaries.
Michael Miller, the STI's
president, said: "With approx-
imately 253 bank and trust
companies in the Bahamas,
offshore trust administration
plays a central role in allow-
ing us to maintain our posi-
tion as a leading international
financial centre."


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Cruise Ship Facility Manager/Bahamas


Property owner and manager is seeking persons, preferably a couple, to
manage day-to-day operations of a 30-acre cruise ship facility in the
Family Islands of The Bahamas. Site is the exclusive port of call for a
major passenger line, which calls three to six times per week during the
2006-2007 cruise season.

Responsibilities Include:

Oversight of all aspects of business operations and property
management.
The management and supervision of 60 full and part-time employees.
Operation of a 1,600-square-foot retail store, a 400 ft store and 3
kiosks.
Management of water-sports-related activities.
Governmental and community relations.
Cruise ship relations and reporting.
Accounting and bookkeeping.

Qualifications Required:

Degree in engineering, 15 years of experience in the following;
project management, cost analysis, contract negotiation, boat
maintenance and diesel engine experience.
Experience as a Scuba Instructor with NAUI & PADI is helpful.
Charter boat experience, 100 Masters with sail and tow helpful.
., Computer proficiency in excel & word & peachtree.
SExtensive experience in cruise ship related tourism & port
management.
Working knowledge of Reverse Osmosis water system & generator
back up systems.
Knowledge of Peach Tree Accounting system with a minimum of
6 years experience.
15 year purchasing experience with resort venders, computerized
inventory control & customer service.
15 years of accounting related experience including knowledge in
cost accounting.
Knowledge of point of sales software and hardware.
Tourism related trade show experience.
Experience in preparing and managing operational and capital
budget.

Compensation included salary, housing and insurance. Please respond
to:

Facility Manager,
P.O. Box 230038,
Grand Rapids,
Michigan, 495232 USA.


Nassau trainer



holds Trust



Law workshop













Franchise expands to Exuma


GN -315


FROM page 1B

tre, opposite the Four Seasons.
Emerlad Bay resort.
The Exuma franchise will be
owned by the Bowe family, and
Gershan Major, chief execu-
tive and managing partner of
Caleb Enterprises, said Grand
Bahama was now his target for
*another Bahamian franchise.
The agreement with Exuma
Mailbox Ltd was officially exe-
cuted on December 22, 2005,
and the Exuma franchise is
,expected to be open by Spring
2006. The Tribune understands
that the Emerald Isle Shopping
Centre is due to be officially
opened tomorrow, with both
moves testifying to Exuma's
continued economic growth
that has spun off from the Four
Seasons resort.
Mr Major said in a state-
ment: "We expect the MAIL
BOXES ETC Centre in the
Emerald Isle Shopping Centre,
here in Exuma, to be opened
and operational by spring 2006.
This will create additional job
opportunities for Bahamians
and provide a further boost to
the economy of Exuma, espe-
cially in the area of E-com-
merce fulfillment services.
"Additionally, we are mov-
ing on a very aggressive expan-
sion plan with respect to our
regional development in the
English-speaking Caribbean.
Our focus now turns to Grand
Bahama, Barbados, St Vincent
& The Grenadines, Cayman
Islands, Trinidad & Tobago,
Turks & Caicos and Jamaica."
Mr Major added that the
Bowe family's investment






a v ris *
-h


showed the demand for busi-
ness support services on Exu-
ma.
He said: "The level of for-
eign direct investment in the
Bahamas today, specifically in
the area of resort development,
such as the Four Seasons
Hotel, the Grand Isles project,
Marina at Emerald Bay and
the countless other develop-
ments taking place has certain-
ly created a need in the market
for our MAIL BOXES ETC.
brand to fill.
Acquisition
"This acquisition by Exuma
Mailbox Ltd will certainly
address the need in the mar-
ket for a service-oriented busi-
ness centre focused on provid-
ing world-class products and
services."
Amie Bowe, oone of the
principals of Exuma Mailbox


Ltd, said: "There is a large,
growing segment of the busi-
ness and individual consumer
market who require the con-
venience, efficiency, world-class
customer service and time-sav-
ing qualities that the MAIL
BOXES ETC. franchise offers.
"We are very pleased and
delighted to have been award-
ed a MAIL BOXES ETC.
franchise for Exuma, and we
look forward to continuing
MAIL BOXES ETC.'s passion
and commitment to providing
world-class customer service."
MAIL BOXES ETC and the
UPS Store global franchise net-
work offers a variety of prod-
ucts and services, including 24-
hour access to private local
mail boxes, postal services, full-
service expert packaging ser-
vices, shipping through UPS,
FedEx, DHL and global out-
bound through the US Postal
Service.


MINISTRY OF WORKS AND UTILITIES

SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE

THE BAHAMAS

COMPLETION OF NEW PROVIDENCE ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

SLICE 1 AND SLICE 2

Loan/Credit No.: LO-1320/OC-BH


The Government of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas has received a loan from the Inter-
American Development Bank (IDB) currently in the amount of US $43,400,000 equivalent
towards the cost of the New Providence Road Transportation Programme, and it intends to
apply a portion of the proceeds of this loan to payments for goods, works and related services
to be procured under the roadway development component hereinafter referred to as the
Completion of New Providence Road Improvement Project (CNPRIP). The project comprises
the rehabilitation, improvement and expansion of the road network in predominantly urban
areas on the island of New Providence in The Bahamas.

Procurement of contracts financed by the loan will be conducted through the procedures
specified in the Inter-American Development Bank's Guidelines: Basic Procurement Policies
and Procedures of the IDB (1995 as amended by the addendum dated 1998) and is open to
all bidders from eligible member countries of the Bank as defined in the Guidelines.

The CNPRIP has been divided into several slices and the works to be constructed and
completed under this,loan programme include two individuals contracts, Slice No.1 and
Slice No. 2 as described below:

Slice No. 1

Rehabilitation, improvement and expansion of (i) Corridor 20 Baillou Hill Road from
Independence Highway to Carmichael Road; (ii) Corridor 11A Baillou Hill Road from
Robinson Road to Duke Street; (iii) Corridor 11B Market Street from Robinson Road to
Duke Street; (iii) Corridor 12 East Street from Soldier Road to Robinson Road; (iv) Corridor
18 West Bay (Road realignment at Saunders Beach) and (v) Section 24 John F. Kenit.r '
Drive from Farrington Road to Bethel Avenue. (approximate length 6 miles)

Slice No. 2

Rehabilitation, improvement and expansion of (i) Corridor 13A Robinson Road from Baillou
Hill Road to Claridge Road; (ii) Corridor 13B Robinson Road Prince Charles Drive from
Marathon Road to Fox Hill Road; (iii) Corridor 15 Marathon Road from Robinson Road to
Wulff Road; (iv) Corridor 16 Wulff Road from Marathon Road to Bernard Road/Village
Road and (v) Section 23 from Claridge Road to Marathon Road. (approximate length 7
miles)

Bidders may bid for the two works contracts individually (Slice No. 1 or Slice No. 2) or gs
a package (Slice No.1 and Slice No. 2). Bidding is open to all Bidders from member countries
of the Bank.

The Ministry of Works and Utilities of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas now invites
construction firms wishing to bid for completing the construction and rehabilitation of
CNPRIP Slice No. 1 and/or Slice No. 2 that were commenced under a previous contract (thx,
original contractor having gone into Receivership) to submit their respective bids in sealed
envelopes, with proof of their legal status and technical and financial capacity for the provision
of construction services. Interested parties may inspect the prequalification/bid documents
and obtain further information, including eligibility to participate, at the address below.

The two-envelope procedure shall be followed whereby Envelope No. 1 Qualification,
contains the qualification details and Envelope'No. 2 Bid, contains the bid price itself.
Bidders must be qualified to undertake the work for which they are bidding. Details of the
qualification requirements are given in the bid documents.

Bid documents may be obtained by interested parties from the third address below, between
0930 and 1630 hours, Mondays to Fridays, starting from 18th January, 2006 upon payment
of a non-refundable fee of B $500.00 for each set. Prior payment is required at the second
address given below and copy of receipt shall be presented to Mott MacDonald Limited
representative for release of bid documents. A set shall comprise bid documents for Slice
No. 1 or Slice No. 2. Bidders wishing to bid for both Slices individually or as a package
must purchase both sets of documents. Payments may be made either in cash or by certified
cheque, bank draft or money order issued by a bank operating in The Bahamas and made
payable to the Public Treasury of The Bahamas. The documents may be collected by hand.
However, it will not be necessary to make the request in person to receive a set of bid
documents as these can be sent via mail or courier service at the bidder's risk. Postage or
courier cost shall be paid in advance.

Completed bid.documents must be enclosed in a sealed envelope for each slice clearly
marked "CONFIDENTIAL Completion of New Providence Road Improvement Project -
Slice No. 1" and/or "CONFIDENTIAL Completion of New Providence Road Improvement
Project Slice No. 2". The original plus three copies of the bid(s) in sealed envelopes must
be submitted to the Chairman, Tenders Board at the first address given below, no later than
1000 hours on or before 20th March, 2006. The submitted bids will be opened in the presence
of the bidders who wish to attend and ONLY Envelope No. 1 shall be opened at this time,
immediately after the Bid closing at the first address given below. Bids shall include a bid
security of US$ 400,000.00 for each slice. Late applications will not be accepted and will
be returned unopened.

For any enquiries please call Mr. KhaderAlikhan, Special Projects Coordinator, Ministry
of Works and Utilities, John F. Kennedy Drive, Nassau, Bahamas, Tel: (242) 302-9538 Fax:
(242) 326-0470

(1) Chairman, Tenders Board
Ministry of Finance and Planning
3rd Floor Cecil Wallace-Whitfield Building
West Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas

(2) The Finance Controller,
Accounts Section (3rd Floor North Wing)
Ministry of Works and Utilities
P.O. Box N-8156
John F. Kennedy Drive
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 322-4830/9, Fax (242) 326-7907

(3) Team Leader


Mott MacDonald Limited
89 Thompson Boulevard
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 356-5614, Fax (242) 356-5624


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Wishes to inform

the General Public that


Mr. Dominic Sturrup


Is no longer employed with
the Company, neither is he

authorized to transact any
business on behalf of:
Colombian Emeralds
International,
Jeweler's Warehouse or

Quantum Dutyfree.


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(Bahamas) Limited is no longer employed by the company and is not authorized to transact
any business in the name of the company.

All outstanding matters, connected with Mr. Jones and the company, should be referred to:
Mr. Reginald Grant
Chief Executive Officer
Security Service (Bahamas) Limited
P.O.Box 4499
Nassau, Bahamas
TEL: 323-4430 or 323-5885


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Wall Street consensus range of
$0.31 to $0.35. However, fourth
quarter operating income esti-
mates remained unchanged at
$38.6 million. Meanwhile,
despite leaving their 2006 full-.
year operating income forecast
unchanged at.$214.4 million,
Mr Schmitt and Mr Katz
reduced their 2006 EPS esti-
mates to $3.06 from $3.32.
They said; "We are revising
our estimates primarily to
reflect some fine-tuning to our
property forecasts, specifically
now anticipating the opening
of the hotel, tower in the


Bahamas to be the 2007 sec-
ond quarter rather than the
.2007:first quarter, and the
inclusion of Financial Account-
ing Standard 123 (R) for stock
option expensing."
Mr Schmitt and Mr Katz said
they expected Kerzner Inter-
.national would incur and extra
$18 million and $20 million in
expenses.during 2006 and 2007
respectively as a result of the
hew accounting treatment.
Despite Kerzner Interna-
tional's ongoing share repur-
chase programme, CIBC
World Markers share count for
the company was pegged at
38.5 million in 2006, increasing


NOTICE


PUBLIC NOTICE


to 39.5 million in 2007.
In addition, Mr Schmitt and
Mr Katz also revised down-
wards their 2007 full-year EPS
and operating income targets
for Kerzner International.
EPS forecasts had been low-
ered to $3.70 from $3.98, while
operating income was down to
$291.7 million from $309.3 mil-
lion.


aware, the licences continue
to be granted in 24 hours. We
continue to expect them to be
approved as near as possible
within 24 hours.
"The Registrar has clearly
explained to them what we are
trying to achieve in terms of
the efficiency of the Registrar
General's Department."
Yet The Tribune was told:
"The destination wedding
industry is a multi-billion dollar
industry. We are spending time
trying to grow the Bahamas'.
market share. But this could
be such a problem that people
will go to other places."
Many wedding planners
were booked through to the
end of 2006, with clients
already having booked hotel
rooms and flights, so the source.
said there was a potentilal-
knock-on effect for the touriIsm
industry.
"It's going to be very huge.
It's going to make the Bahamas.
look bad. We're going to le.e
business," the source said,*if,
the policy was maintained. '
Mrs Maynard-Gibson s'idi'
Monday's meeting would dedi
with the concerns of all part s.
allowing wedding planners to
explain their fears, and the
Registrar General's Depati--
ment to explain its policy.
"That is the objective of the
meeting," she said, "for them to
understand the procedures, and
for us to understand how they
operate to work together to
make the Bahamas the best."'


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FROM page 1B
process that aims to ensure
turnaround time takes place
within 14 days.
For micro loans of up to
$5,000, the loan period will be
between 12-18 months, and for
loans of between $5,000-
$10,000, 24-36 months. Repay-
ments can be made on a week-
ly, bi-weekly or monthly basis,
with'administrative fees 1 per
cenrt or $50, whichever is
greater. The interest rate will
be 2 per cent above Bahamian


prime, meaning it is now 7.75
per cent.
Mr Johnson said micro
financing initiatives around the
world had been successful, par-
ticularly so when they were
delivered through the private
sector and non-governmental
organizations.
He queried why the Micro
Loan facility was being chan-
nelled through and adminis-
tered by the BDB, explaining
that government-run entities
often incurred high transaction
costs that ate up, the scheme's


benefits, coupled with a lack
of incentive.
Government entities also tra-
ditionally found it more diffi-
cult to correctly price products
and ensure loans were serviced,
Mr Johnson said, lacking the
profit motive.
The delivery mechanism for
a Micro Loan initiative had to
be held, to account, ensuring
borrowers repaid, he added.
Currently, the BDB's delin-
quent and non-performing
loans were 45 per cent and 38
per cent respectively of its loan


portfolio, although these were
ahead of target and down on
previous years.
"We have constantly called
for and asked them to do away
with the Bahamas Develop-
ment Bank model," Mr John-
son said. "We don't need a
development bank to do this
thing." He again urged that the
BDB be merged with the
Bahamas Agricultural and
Industrial Corporation
(BAIC), with the product "put
on a footing where it could be
profitable".


FROM page 1B


sectors, Ms Israel added that
costs were also rising as a
result of regulatory compliance
and.banks investing in their
branch networks, extending
opening hours to ensure they
were convenient for customers.
; Sdotiabank was seeking to
become more efficient through
its Shared Services initiative,
which would centralise key


functions and allc staff to
specialise and focus on partic-
ular areas of expertise. The
intention was to deliver bank-
ing services that were better,
faster and more efficient.
Commercial bank branches,
Ms Israel added, would be
transformed into sales and ser-
vice centres, rather than
"transaction centres", with


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*I'6TICE is hereby given that HENRILIA CLARUCIA AUGUSTIN,
#21 A SEAGUGLL CLOSE, P.O. BOX F-43517, FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA,BAHAMAS, is applying to'the Minister respiolniblDe fr
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen
i. t.he Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
fJom the 19TH day of JANUARY, 2006 to the Minister responsible
fbr Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box F-41085, Grand Bahama,
Bahamas.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that BEN ESCARMENT OF #3 KOOL
ACRES, FOX HILL ROAD, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that
any person who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization
should-not be granted; should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 19TH day of JANUARY,
o2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
SP.OBox F-41085, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.











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Bahamians already beginning
to "demand more sophisticat-
ed financial solutions".-
"Customer focus must
remain our number one prior-
ity," Ms Israel said. She point-
ed out that commercial banks
offered very similar products,
quickly copying each other,
which meant that a customer
dissatisfied with one bank
could easily switch to anoth-
er.
Service, she added, was what
differentiated commercial
banks from the competition.
'The cost of getting new cus-
tomers far exceeds the cost of
attracting new ones," Ms Israel
said, adding that banks needed
to gain a greater share of each


existing client's business.
The creation of a credit
bureau, Automated Clearing
House (ACH) and shared
Automated Teller Machine
(ATM) network would "auger
well for the security, integrity
and reliability of all business
in the Bahamas," Ms Israel
said.
"The one-stop shop
becomes a reality. The Inter-
net, ATM and debit card play
a more significant role."
She added that the Bahami-
an financial services industry
needed "world class talent" to
take advantage of its opportu-
nities, both in the commercial
banking industry "but more
so" in the international sector.


INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT, 2000

SIERRA MARKETING ASSOCIATES LIMITED
In Voluntary Liquidation

NOTICE is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137
(4) of The International Business Companies Act, 2000,
SIERRA MARKETING ASSOCIATES LIMITED is in
d dissolution ".. . . "

The date of commencement of the dissolution was the 12th
day of January A.D., 2006.

Mr. Michael C. Miller, Miller & Co. Chambers, P.O. Box EE-
17971, Nassau, Bahamas is the liquidator of SIERRA
MARKETING ASSOCIATES LIMITED.

Michael C. Miller
Liquidator






NOTICE

IN THE ESTATE OF RUTH
NAOMI ROBERTS late of Mount
Vernon in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence one of the
Islands of the Commonwealth of the
:Bahamas, deceased.

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons
having any claim or demand.against the
above Estate are required to send the same
duly certified in writing to the Undersigned
on or before the 13th Day of February, 2006,
after which date the Executors will proceed
:to distfibutedthe assets having regard only to
the claims of which they shall then have had
notice.

AND NOTICE is hereby also given that all
persons indebted to. the said Estate are
requested to make full settlement on or before
the date hereinbefore mentioned.

HIGGS & JOHNSON
Attorneys for the Executors
Chambers
P.O. Box N-3247
Ocean Centre
Montagu Foreshore
East Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas


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for

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Ardastra Gardens is looking for an energetic, reliable,
people-oriented candidate to fill our TOUR
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and owning your own transportation is a must. Interest
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ENTRANCE EXAMINATION


Temple Christian High School
will hold its Entrance Examination on
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11th,
2006

at the school on Shirley Street from
8a.m. 12noon for students wishing to

enter grades, 7,8,9, and 10. Applications
are available at the High School Office
and should be completed and returned
to the school by Friday,
February 10th, 2006.


For further information please call
telephone numbers:

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LIMITED

Notice To Shareholders





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has been declared to all Shareholders

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A successful meeting





for baseball federation


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STUBBS


OPINION


THE Bahamas Baseball Fed-
eration seems to heading in
the right direction.
They hosted a very successful
annual general meeting on Satur-
day at the Nassau Beach Hotel
where members from their various
affiliated associations and clubs
were able to chart the course for
their future.
Organisers called the attendance
of 18 participants the largest since
the inception of the federation in
2003. Now they say their goal is
make everybody aware of their
existence.
I think in the three years they
Have been in operation, they have
made their point crystal clear.
They have hosted an internation-
al junior tournament and their own
junior and senior national tourna-
ments.
Their membership has swelled to
12 leagues from seven different
islands with the approval of the
Abaco Baseball League.
They joined leagues that already
exist in Bimini, Grand Bahama,
New Providence, Spanish Wells,
Eleuthera, Long Island and Inagua.
The only thing they are lacking
is the international sanctioning that
belongs to the Bahamas Baseball
Association.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CHRISNER CELESTIN OF
MARSH HARBOUR, ABACO, BAHAMAS, is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 26TH day of JANUARY, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Baha~mas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LEON LINDON TAYLOR, #11 VICTORIA
GORDON BRUCE AVENUE, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMABAHAMAS,
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person
who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 26TH day of JANUARY, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box F-41085, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CLAUSENE DESINORD, FAITH
AVENUE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 16TH day of JANUARY, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, PO.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MANISHKA CHRISTIAN-
DESINORD, FAITH AVENUE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 16TH day of JANUARY, 2006
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL ..,.
The Public is hereby advised that I, JOURDANA LeNIQUE PATRICIA
RODGERS-RECKLEY, of 106 Robinson Road, Nassau, Bahamas,
intend to change my name to JOURDANA LeNIQUE PATRICIA
RODGERS. If there are any objections to this. change of name by
Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the Chief Passport
Officer, P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30)
days after the date of publication of this notice.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ESCARMENT SILVIES,
MACKEY STREET, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 26TH day of JANUARY, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.


While they declined to make the
sanctioning a big issue during the
AGM, the federation put more
emphasis on its national and inter-
national programme.

For instance, the federation
ratified the Andre Rodgers
Junior National Championships
(June 2-5 at various venues); the
Ed Armbrister Challenge between
the Northern Bahamas and Central
Bahamas, featuring local collegiate
players (June 2) and the Common-
wealth Championships (August 18-
20) in memory of the late umpire,
Richard 'Mr. T" Taylor.
They also indicated that they will
be lobbying with the Ministry of
Youth, Sports and Culture for fund-
ing in the elite athlete subventions
for minor league players Angelo
Burrows, Antoan Richardson and
Geron Sands, all of whom came
through their youth programme.
Since their inception, the league
has placed its emphasis on its youth
development programme. In fact,
they indicated that their goal was a
five-year plan that should mature
next year.
In that time frame, the federa-
tion feels as though there will be
sufficient players who would have
emerged through the ranks to make


their senior programme just as
vibrant.
So, from the looks of things, the
federation seems to be heading in
the right direction.

CAFL HAS
LIMITED SCHEDULE
The Commonwealth American
Football League kicked off its 2006
season, but it seems as if they won't
have enough teams to stretch it out
too long.
So far, only the Pros, the John
Bull Jets and the Grand Bahama
Rattlers have signed up to partici-
pate.
The league, under the acting
chairmanship of Jim LaRoda, must
be commended for taking the
stance.
Not many other administrators
would have probably gone ahead
with that amount of teams.
But it's better for them to get
started with what they have than
the league to be dormant for the
entire year.
Maybe this will be the impetus to
encourage the others to come back
on board next year.
It's just good to see some grid-
iron action on Windsor Field, than
not to see any at all.


Cycling instructor




urges year-round




healthy lifestyle
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* CYCLING
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
AS THE week-long
cycling seminar comes to
an end, instructor Pierre
Hutsebaut is hoping to
leave those attending with
information which should
assist in their everyday life.
Focusing on the impor-
tance of nutrition and diet-
ing on the third day, Hut-
sebaut, a native of Cana-
da, stressed to the class
that a healthy lifestyle
should not only be kept
during season, but all year
round.
"The information learned
in this seminar can be used
as life's lesson," Hutsebaut
said. "These are things we
can use in our everyday life
agenda which will be bene-
ficial to our bodies.
"Sports in general is
important, not only cycling,
and eating properly is the
key. We should be very
concerned about our health
so I wanted to blase most
of the day on the nutrition,
but overall the seminar is
going great.
"Although there is no
correct way, but it is very
important to eat properly.
No sugar is recommended,
you should also watch your
carb intake."
Two days were based
solely on the technical
aspect of the sport.
On the first day the class
was shown the correct
cycling technique with the
second day focusing on
how to implement it dur-
ing training.
He added: "I really want-
ed to focus on how to teach
the proper techniques on
the first day and come back
on the second day to see
exactly what they've
learned.
"It is very important for
cyclists to have the proper
technique down pat so they
can reach their maximum
potential. Over the next
few days we will look at
training and conditioning."
For police officer
Clement Walkine, the sem-
inar couldn't come at a bet-
ter time as it will assist


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sau Palm Resorts
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with his patrolling, espe-
cially in the Downtown
area.

Thanked
Walkine thanked the
local associations for host-
ing such an event, stating
he is looking forward to
the next one.
He said: "This is a fairly
new division in the police
force and we are looking
to expand it. Yes it is chal-
lenging at times, especially
not riding for a long time.
"I've learned a lot,
although many persons will
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downtown area."
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is expected to wrap-up
on Saturday with a
practical session at the
cycling ring located in the
Queen Elizabeth Sports
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Fax: (242) 328-2398
E-Mail: sports@100jamz.com


MIAMI HERALD SPORTS


NPBA president:

administration

is working

to produce a

great season

* BASKETBALL
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
RECENTLY elected
president in the New Provi-
dence Basketball Associa-
tion (NPBA) Keith Smith
has revealed that things are
on track in the association
and that the new adminis-
tration is working feverishly
to produce a great season,
Although the league faced
some delays early in the sea-
son, Smith is confident that
securing a gym will relieve
some of the burden.
In previous years the
league tipped-off in late
October, extending their
season through April, sever-
al weeks before the national
tournament, which is hosted
by the Bahamas Basketball
Federation (BBF),
According to Smith, hav-
ing access to two gyms will
help speed up the league.

League
The league hosts games
four times a week, every
Monday, Wednesday, Fri-
day and Saturday,
Following the closure of
AF Adderley gym, weekday
games are played at the DW
Davis gym with weekend
games tipping off at the Sir
Kendal Isaacs gym.
He said: "We agree on the
right track and we are mak-
ing significant progress even
with the delays we've had,
"We are now playing
games four times a week
and the two gyms arererally
helping us out a lot, Having
access to the two gyms has
made the delays go by very
smoothly, we should be able
to catch up and end the sea-
son on time, try to complete
all the scheduled games."
Now that the association
is able to get their regular
season league on the way,
Smith is ready to implement
some of the programmes on
his agenda.
Noting that there will be
some stumbling blocks
ahead, Smith said that he is
confident that the goals set
by the newly elected officers
will be obtained,
Smith added: "Trying to
implement all the new ideas
will be difficult to do at this
point, it is an on going
process and, like anything
else, we will have some
stumbling blocks.
"We are going to take a
more positive approach to
the whole situation so we
can produce and sell a bet-
ter brand of basketball to
the country."
Smith and his executives are
also aiming to fix up AF
Addlerley for the new sea-
son.
He is under the impres-
sion that the changes made
to the gym arid the associa-
tion itself will help the pub-
lic view the sport different-
ly.


* THE Swift Swim Club hold a press conference yesterday


(Photo: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)


Swift Swim Club set for






first meet in five years


* SWIMMING
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
FIVE years since hosting
their last swim meet, the
Swift Swim Club is back.
Headed by Nancy
Knowles, the club will host


* CYCLING
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
THREE days into the week-long
cycling seminar and activities co-ordi-
nator in the Ministry of Youth Sports
and Cultures Andros office Brian
Cleare is already thinking ahead.
Cleare said attending the seminar
will make the task of implementing a
new cycling association easier.
According to Cleare, the idea of
forming a cycling association was in
the woodwork since the summer, and
that the ball will be in motion immedi-
ately following the seminar.

Committee
Cleare said: "We recently formed a
research committee who will have the
sole task of bringing together an asso-
ciation.
"I thought the seminar will be a great
foundation builder for the our new
association. I immediately responded to
the request sent down by Byron Mus-


their swim meet this
Saturday at the Betty
Kelly-Kenning Swimming
complex.
The meet, which has a 9am
start is described by Knowles
as compact, and will only fea-
ture freestyle events.
She said: "We are expect-


ing a big crowd, all though
the meet is compact. We have
confirmed the participation
from the clubs so the meet
itself will run smoothly.
"This will be the first meet
in five years for the club, but
I believe that the reputation
we've set in the past has


grove about the seminar.
"Were very excited to form this new
association, especially after the Christ-
mas break. Almost every child in
Andros received bicycles for their
Christmas presents. So we aren't real-
ly lacking the equipment, just the
knowledge."
The research committee will also
have the task of forming an outreach
programme, which will extend from
North Andros to South Andros.
With the expansion in programmes,
Cleare said he will be looking forward
to hosting smaller seminars and camps
whose sole purpose is to develop the
sport,
It is Cleare's dream to form a cycling
community that will represent the
island in the Bahamas Games and oth-
er cycling tournaments.
Admitting that the programme will
not be in place for this year's games,
Cleare stated that he is positive it will
be ready for the any tournaments in
2007.
He added: "The seminar has been
very informative, it will assist in the
training of our athletes. I believe that if


made us an accredited club,
so everyone is excited to par-
ticipate."
Knowles is expecting 231
swimmers to attend the meet,
which is also being used as a
qualifier for international and
national meets.
Ensuring that the meet
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we are going to teach the younger ath-
letes about the sport it is best to teach
the correct fundamentals now instead
of teaching them something that isn't
right.

Training
"If they are already used to the incor-
rect way then it will be very hard to
correct them, they will be already set in
their ways. That's why I am very happy
to come down and learn the correct
methods of training and riding.
"Last Bahamas Games we had to
draft persons to represent the island
in the sport of cycling. I know we might
not be ready to compete in this year's
games, but when the next games come
around we will be ready.
"It will be my dream to bring some of
the younger cyclists down to get a first
hand look at competition, some of
them might want to compete, that will
all depend on the progress."
Cleare is hoping that the newly
formed association will be in place by
the end of March.


runs smoothly, the Swift
Swimming Club has sealed
the sponsorship of Gunite
Pools.
The meet will cater to two
age divisions, a six and under
category and a 15 and under
division.
Swimmers competing in
'"the six and under division will
use the short course pool (25
meters) while the long course
pool (50 meters) will be used
for swimmers in the under 15
and under.

Divisions
Knowles added: "We real-
ly didn't want the meet to
drag on that was our main
reason behind running the
two divisions at the same
time.
"This meet will be on time,
unlike other meets where
swimmers were supposed to
compete in one division but
have to move up because the
meet is running behind
schedule.
"Every swimmer will have
to compete in their required
age grouping or division.
IThere will be no exceptions
to this ruling."
Heat winners will receive
a gift package with the top
three winners in each event
taking home medals.
Swimmers reaching the
final eight positions:vwill
receive ribbons.


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2006


SECTION iM


SThe Tribune


Sermons, Church Activities, Awards


M SISTER ANNIE


Sister


Annie


off to


world


meeting

SISTER Annie Thompson,
Prioress of St Martin
Monastery, Nassau Street, left
for Arkansas today to attend
the annual world conference
of Benedictine Prioresses.
This year the conference,
which is held at different loca-
tions every January, meets at St
Scholastica, Monastery, Fort
Smith, Arkansas. The confer-
ence, which opens this evening,
continues to February 1.
Among the topics to be dis-
cussed are the evaluation of the
process for discernment for the
election of a prioress; the goals
and objectives of the Confer-
ence of Benedictine Prioress-
es; revision of an earlier docu-
ment "Wisdom from the tra-
dition" and to evaluate the
Rome renewal programme
started about 10 years ago.
In 2000 the conference,
attended by Benedictine pri-
oresses from around the world,
was held in Nassau. About 70
prioresses attended and stayed
at the British Colonial Hilton.


116-year-

old school

celebrates

Methodist

Schools

Sunday

ON January 22, Queen's
College celebrated Methodist
Schools Sunday with the
Bahamas Conference of the
Methodist Church (BCMC).
All students were asked to
attend a Methodist church in
full school uniform, according
to a parents' newsletter from
the private educational institu-
tion which recently celebrated
its 116th birthday.
Methodist Schools Sunday is
a time when the church affirms
the role of Christian Education
in the creation of a healthy
society.
"Queen's College certainly
has much to celebrate on
Methodist Schools Sunday, as it
has the distinction of being the
oldest Christian private school
in the Bahamas. We ask that
ALL students attend one of
our Methodist churches, in full
school uniform this Sunday.
-"We welcome parents and
friends to join us in worship.
We thank you for your support
and trust that this day will be a
meaningful experience for all
of us as we share in worship on
Jnellsair l l, e: s iit liv. lhr '
newsletter slated.


MORE than 300 men attended the first Real Men's Ministry Breakfast Conclave, held in Freeport, Grand'Bahama.




What is God's plan for my life?


* By CLEMENT JOHNSON
"WHAT is God's plan for my life?" is a
question that is being asked more fre-
quently these days than ever before. We
believe it is in light of all that is going on
around us, locally and globally, the uncer-
tainty of economic longevity, the political
pressure, the religious warfare, and the
fear of our own inability to control what
happens in our bodies, like sickness and
death.
The mother whose son was shot in a
prison breakout must ask why her 'good'
son lost his life in the line of duty. The
father must ask what God's plan was for
his productive son who died 50 years too
early in a traffic accident. A young daugh-
ter must ask the question, because she is
now left without a mother, who died of
breast cancer at the age of 35, and the list
p(n0 I; (n Indl on. P.',l- fIr','I lifflf ', f rl I
grounds and socio-economic levels, Iroin


various races and creeds, they all share
the same story and question, "what is
God's plan for my life?"
It was last Sunday while watching a
movie entitled "Simon Birch" that this
same question was a recurring decimal
point throughout the 110 minutes of the
movie. The movie combined an entertain-
ing, heartwarming story with a great lesson
on faith.
Faith
Simon is a small person with big faith.
Simon believes that God has great plans
for him, and that he will be a hero. Simon
fits right in with Hebrews 11 were the right-
eous are judged by their faith, not by the
law. This is the message Simon conveys
when he makes the statement, "If God
made the church bake sale a priority, then
represented in Simon Buich has glown cold


and focuses more on the law than faith.
This is similar to the church in Romans,
and Simon can be related to Paul in the
message he brings. God makes Simon a
hero of faith when he uses him to save
children from the sinking bus.
In the movie Simon, was constantly ask-
ing the question "What is God's plan for
my life." During most of his life his ques-
tion is never answered, but at the end of his
life it is. It was when the bus carrying him
and his Sunday school classmates that
being a dwarf had a reason. "I was just
the right size" he said to his friend Joe, "I
was able to pass through the window,
because I was small."
The movie shows us an important part of
life, that no matter who we are, or the
state we are in (physically, not geographi-
cally). If we have faith and put our trust in

SEE page 7C


'Being a man





is a national





responsibility


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter .
FREEPORT The failure of men. ...
to fulfill their responsibility as fathers
has led to the disintegration of the
Bahamian society, according to popular.
religious leader Dr Myles Munroe.
During his keynote address at the
"Real Men Explosion" conference in ..'Z'i.
Grand Bahama on Saturday, Dr Munroe ',, -'. ''. '-
said the role of men in building the fam- ':
ily, community and nation is a divine
assignment that has been mandated by' ; ,
God. .,. '<, :. ,
"Being a man is a national responsi- .
ability, and each male has to take his role
as a man as a national responsibility," he :
told the some 250 participants gathered .
in Freeport's Captain's Charthouse.
Dr Munroe said when a man falls to
fulfill his role as a father in the commu-
nity it affects the entire nation.
He reported that statistics revealed .
that 48 per cent of persons in prison,
and 38 per cent of people living below
the poverty line are from homes where -
fathers were absent. .
Additionally, he pointed out that 78 ,,
per cent of children were born out of '
wedlock as the result of the actions of an ;'
irresponsible father.
"So, we are seeing when a man fails to w
fulfills his role as a father in the com- 3 '

SEE page 7C 0 DR MYLES MUNROE


pastor-


elect of


People's


Assembly

APOSTLE Walter S
Hanchell, general overseer of
Great Commission Ministries
and presiding Bishop of Peo-
ple's Assembly Fellowship of
Churches, recently announced
the appointment of George
Stuart as pastor-elect of Peo-
ple's Assembly Word Centre,
located on Wulff Road.
Pastor-elect Stuart will be
ordained in a sacred service of
Ordination and Installation,
Monday, January 30 at 7:30pm,
at Trinity Assembly City of
Praise on Tonique Darling
Highway. A number of pastors
from various fellowships and
networks will be in attendance.
Pastor-elect Stuart has
served as youth pastor and has
also worked at the ministries
headquarters. A firm believer
in the value of godly families,
he is the head of an exemplary
family and is married to Evan-
gelist Sharon Stuart, who is a
banker by profession. They are
the parents of three children,
Jonathan, Christina and Justin.
Pastor Stuarftis presently pur-
suing a degree from Beacon
University and Institute of
Ministry.
People's Assembly Word
Centre is a multi-cultural, mul-
ti-faceted ministry that has
impacted the Bahamas by pro-
viding specialised ministry to
poor, needy and hurting fami-
lies and high risk youth.
The church was founded in
1996 by Apostle Walter S
Hanchell and has two congre-
gations in New Providence and
branches in nations around the
world including Bangladesh,
India, Kenya, Tanzania,
Ghana, and the Dominican
Republic.
In 2004, a People's Assem-
bly church was planted in
Podoleo Street, Englerston, in
order to reach out to Haitian
residents of New Providence.
This church is pastored by Rev
St Juste Joseph. I


'Letting

Your Light

Shine'

THE Big Harvest Commu-
nity Sunday School in Woods
Alley, off Market Street, will
hold its 5th annual Sunday
School 'Rally in the Alley' and
awards presentation under the
theme "Letting Your Light
Shine" Sunday, January 29 at
3pm.
This community based
school, with an enrollment
approaching 400, has been in
existence since 1995 and meets

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THE TRIBUNE


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I By JEROME HILL

GOD gave His all for the
best interest of His children.
To Him, nothing is impossi-
ble, no problem insur-
mountable, there is no cir-
cumstance that can circum-
vent Him. Listen to how
God changed the views of a
famiily from Rock Sound,
Eleuthera.
On Friday, December 23,
2005, Ida Symonette was tak-
en to Doctors Hospital for a
check-up and X-rays. Little
did we know that the exami-
nation would lead to emer-
gency surgery at 2:30pm the
same day.
When news of Ms Ida's (as
she is affectionately known)
surgery reached Eleuthera a
sense of urgency ran through
the family. Between 6am
and 6pm, four of her sons
and one daughter departed
Eleuthera for Nassau on
Bahamasair. One of the
daughters stayed home to
keep the grandchildren. Nine
of her ten children reached
Doctors Hospital that
evening to see about 'Mama
Ida'.

Opened

When Ms Ida opened her
eyes, she looked right into
the face of those who loved
her most. The next day was
Christmas Eve and like clock
work, from 9am to 9pm, a.
tight knit Bahamian family
showed strong love to Mama
Ida. The laughter will forev-
er be etched in my memory.
On Christmas Day, every-
one reached the hospital at
the same time around 9am
with no one going to the
waiting room;
We all gathered around
Mama Ida's bed. And there
it was; no manipulation, no
hidden agendas, no com-
mercialism, no signature for
happy holidays or seasons
greetings: We were all look-


ing at one gift. We looked
into the face of a loved one,
the face of the women that
had birthed nine of the 19
people in the room.
Everybody

It hit everybody simulta-
neously; Christmas would
never be as we had known
it to be. We now know that
God's greatest gifts are love
and life. Loving one another,
celebrating each other in our
differences, accepting each
other just as we are, and
understanding that life is
shorter than we think was
clearly communicated.
Immediately, without com-
mand or prompting, every-
one began crying and
embracing.
Ida Symonette walked out
of Doctors Hospital at
2:30pm, January 6, with a
stronger commitment to her
good health, her husband's
great strength, her family's
undeniable courage, and
God's perpetual love.
True family relationships
can stand up through the
pressures of any storm.
Laugh, encourage, and tell
the people God has you con-
nected to how much they
really mean to you! Let us
always remember to share
the abstract, priceless, eter-
nal love of Christ!
Christmas, when life is in
its proper prospective, makes
us different!

Persons with special tes-
timonies of God's goodness
are invited to submit a brief
report for publication in the
Tribune's Religious section -
The Testimony Comer. The
information should not be
longer than a page and a
half doubled spaced.
Please send all information
to e-mail
features@100jamz.com or
faxed to 328-2398.


* Mrs Duncanson and her daughter Myrtle at a birthday party.


Saying farewell and thanks



to women of 'the Valley'


People came from
far and wide to St
George's Anglican
Church on Satur-
day, January 21 to
say farewell and thank you to
two women who impacted the
lives of so many in the Valley
and beyond.
It was just a few shorts days
ago, January 10, that the life
of Myrtle Balfour, better
known to her family and
friends as "Marlie", came to an
end after a short and coura-
geous battle with cancer.
Upon her retirement, and
before taking so seriously ill,
Marlie had taken on the
responsibility of caring for her
aged mother, lanthe Duncan-
son, the matriarch of the Dun-
canson family, who was,expe-
riencing the first stages of
Alzheimer's disease.
Their lives were always
linked from early times. When
Marlie's older siblings moved
to Nassau from their home in
Inagua she chose to stay with
her mother until she moved the
household to Nassau and to the
community known as "the Val-
ley". There Mrs Duncanson set
up her home for her husband,
the late Captain Bertram Dun-
canson and her seven children.
They all became members of
St George's Anglican Church
where she became a member
of the Anglican Church
Women and the church's
Senior Choir.
It would not be many years
later that her children Monica
and Marlie also joined the
parish music ministry, sing g
alto in the choir, then followed
i


by Marlie's daughters Olga,
Charlene and Dena, all talent-
ed musicians offering their ser-
vice to God through music.
At the time of her death,
Marlie's was a faithful mem-
ber of the choir as well as her
daughter Charlene and her sis-
ter Monica, who sat only chairs
away from her in the choir loft
of the parish church.
As in life, so it became in
death that the two remained
close. As the Balfours and the
Duncasons prepared to face
the day of Marlie's funeral, Mrs
Duncanson, better known as
"Mama", passed peacefully
away as well, only one room
away from where her daugh-
ter had passed days earlier. A
shocked family then faced the
task of preparing to bury both
mother and daughter.
Service

So it was that early on Sat-
urday, January 21, hours before
the service was to begin, people
gathered at the historic Angli-
can Church of St George to say
farewell to a, mother and
daughter, a family matriarch
and her third child, who were
so close in life and who, all
believed, were now together in
death.
It was the expressed desire
of Marlie that upon her death
there would be very little talk-
ing, but that she wanted to be
"sung into the ground." So pri-
or to the start of the service,
the senior choir set the mood
of what turned out to be a ser-
vice of triumphant music by
singing hymns, canticles and
some of the choir's favorite
anthems including Martin's
"Give Me Jesus", Hall's "Veni
Sancte Spritus and "I Know
That My Redeemer Liveth" by
John Purifoy.
At the conclusion of musical
tributes, the choir retired to the
front of the church for the for-
mal start of the service and the
procession into the sanctuary.
It had been a moment without
precedent as two persons, so
prominent in the parish, were
brought into the church for the
last rites, Mrs Duncanson's
body borne by Tracey Strachan
and Leslie L Smith, members
of the church's ACM and Mar-
lie's body borne in by Dwayne
Ingraham and Adrian Archer,
members of the singing choir.
The Concelebrated Mass
began with the singing of the
hymn "Pleasant Are Thy
Courts Above" and the service
moved quickly to the Liturgy of
the word with readings from
the Old Testament prophet Isa-
iah and the epistle to the Eph-
esians by Dewitt Duncanson
and Veronica Duncanson. The
choir, led the singing of Mar-
lie's favorite Psalm, Psalm 46,
with a chanted descant by
Richard Haywood.
The Gospel was read by
Father Peter A G Scott, chap-
lain of St John's College and a
personal friend of the family,
followed by two family trib-
utes, one for Marlie by her sis-
ter, Maud Jones and the other
for Mrs Duncanson made by
her granddaughter Lisa Dun-
canson-Hepburn.
Both tributes, told of the
ladies who were serious about
their relationship with God and
their dedication to family and
church.


Mrs Hepburn's tribute was
spiked with comic moments as
her grand daughter told of the
relationship that "Mama" had
with all her grandchildren. A
tribute in song then followed
by Adrian Archer, who sang
"Blessed Assurance Jesus Is
Mine" a song that was request-
ed by Mrs Duncanson to be
sung by him at her funeral ser-
vice years earlier.
Father Kingsley Knowles,
rector of St George's then
delivered the sermon based on
the text of Hebrew 12:1. He
recalled the dedication that
both ladies gave to their fami-
lies, their church and'they com-
munity and he admonished
those assembled to look at the
lives of the deceased
At the conclusion of the ser-
mon and the profession of
faith, Mrs Dorothy "Billy"
Godet led the congregation in
the Intercessions and prayers
of the faithful.
The service then moved to
the celebration of the sacra-
ment of Holy Communion pre-
ceded by the confession and
absolution and more soul stir-
ring music including "I Feel
Like Travellin On" for the Kiss
of Peace, the hymn "Lights
Abode Celestial Salem" and
Marlie's favorite choir anthem
"It is Well With My Soul" by
Gilbert Martin.
At the communion Mrs
Ducanson's favorite hymn
"Beneath the Cross of Jesus"
led the mourners to the
church's communion rail, fol-
lowed by the rousing hymn "O
Beautiful Star Of Bethlehem"
and another anthem "Heaven's
Jubilee" sung by the choir.
As the service drew to its
conclusion Marlie's favorite
hymn "There Was Joy In
Heaven" introduced the final
act and commendation of the
church. St George's chamber
choir sang the Russian Kon-
takion of the Departed while
Father Knowles blessed the
bodies of both Mrs Duncanson
and Marlie with holy water and
incense.

Departure

Prior to the departure of the
bodies and families to Lake
View Cemetery for burial, the
choir paid its final tribute by
singing "The Hallelujah Cho-
rus" from Handel's Messiah.
Then as the Vaughn Williams
hymn "For All the Saints" was
sung and as the bells of St
George's tolled, the bodies of
the beloved members of the
parish were solemnly removed
from the church for burial by
male members of the Duncan-
son family.
In addition to Father Kings-
ley Knowles, rector of St
George's, other officiants of
the service included, Fr Ivan
"Timmy" Eldon and Rev'd Dr
Roland Hamilton, also on the
pastoral staff of St George's,
Fr Colin Saunders, Rector of
St Ambrose Church, where
Dena Balfour is a member,
Canon Lamuel Been, who,
with his wife, flew from the
Turks and Caicos Islands for
the service, Archdeacon James
Palacious, Fr Peter A G Scott
and Fr Andrew Burrows, assis-
tant curate of Holy Cross
Anglican Church where Elaine
Duncanson Cooper and her
family are members.


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care of His own.

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* By SHANNON DEAN
THE world as we know it
today is such a sad, lonely and
hurting place. There seems to
be an ongoing saga of sad end-
ings, lost dreams, deferred hope
and untimely deaths.
The entire world it seems, has"
lost all hope and appears to be
drifting down a path of destruc-
tion. In the eyes of many are;.
signs of worthlessness and'
insignificance. Angry young
men sit idly on street corners.
with no desire to fulfill dreams'
and aspirations, while our-
young ladies are falling prey to,
sweet words and cheap gifts.
Have we allowed our-
'dreams' to remain just that, or
are we prepared to tap into.
them? Did anyone ever take the
time to explain how valuable a-
human life is and what great
potential is inside all of us? Has,
anyone even realized that for
each unfulfilled purpose the,
world has been cheated and is,
that much less of a better
place?
Has anyone really pricked'
our minds so we can fully com->
prehend the greatness of the.
God who formed and fashioned:
us or, are we just too blind to
see it for ourselves? Until we
realise our worth and value to
God, we will not be able to valk
ue ourselves or others and will
continue on this downward.
trend.
Psalm 139: 13-20, "For yoi;
formed my inward parts; you;
covered me in my mother's
womb. I will praise you, for I
am fearfully and wonderfully;
made. Marvelous are thy works
and that my soul knows very
well. My frame was not hidden,
from you when I was made in.
secret and skillfully wrought in-
the lowest parts of the earth.:
Your eyes saw my substance,
being yet unformed and in your.
book, they all were written. The'
days fashioned for me when as,
yet there were none of them:
How precious are your thoughts.
towards me, O God! How great*
is the sum of them, If I should
count them, they would be
more in number than the sand
of the sea".
This Psalm, in my opinion, is
God's way of trying to explain
to us that He had our backs
even before we came into this
world. He was interested in us
back then and nothing has
changed now that we are here.
As a matter of fact, I think His
interest in us has intensified
now that we are in the world.
Further, He tells us that He
scheduled our days and its
events, so each day you face was
scheduled with great thought;
thoughts that number more
than the sand of the sea. Does-
n't that just blow your mind?
So why does God himself
think of us that much? That my
friend is the greatest question.
anyone could ever ask because.'
from that comes the greatest;
answer that any human being
wants to hear. Because you are-
a valuable treasure with so.
much greatness on the inside,
that God himself is the only one::
capable enough to keep you,,
Only He knows how to protect,
you, maneuver you and deliver
you safely to your place of des-
tination.
So if God the creator of all
things has such a keen interest;
in you, shouldn't that cause yoty
to feel worthy and excited about
who you are? Nothing can stop
God from bringing forth what's
inside of you. You must realise.
how important you are in the.
sight of God and then allow
Him to direct your path. You.
see, He is God and prospering.
you is not difficult for Him.
The only thing that hinders Him
is when you don't allow Him.
Let seeking the awesomeness
of God be a daily quest for you.
Only then will you realise the'
magnitude of God and begin to.
worship Him more. The fact-
that His interest in us and care-
for us stems so far back, should.
cause our confidence to be
renewed. :
God is not joking about His'
love for us and never will HE
be found guilty of not taking
excellent care of us. So we must
quit insulting God by not trusts
ing Him to do so. Remember
that whatever concerns you,
God will fix it; it's just a matter
of you trusting and believing
that He can. Let the fact that
He cared for you even before
your mind could conceive and
long before you had the ability
to worry be the place where you


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* By FATHER HENRY
CHARLES


introduced to
the study of the
New Testament
are always surprised to learn
that Jesus very likely did not
say some of the things attrib-
uted to him in the gospels.
Their response to this "dis-
covery" is to say: If He didn't
say this, how do you know
when He said anything? How
can I trust anything you say
He said? If He didn't say it,
then who did?.
Usually the teacher is
rejected as the spoiler or the
messenger of bad news, and
the complaint is like Mary
Magdalen's to the gardener:
they have taken away my
Lord'and I don't know where
they have put him.
The distinction between the
pre-Easter and the post-East-
er Jesus or the difference
between two voices in the
gospels helps us to overcome
this difficulty. The distinction
in Jesus before and after
Easter corresponds to the dis-
tinction between Jesus as he
lived( and Jesus as the com-
munity that grew around him
later saw and understood his
significance.
Thus the two voices, that of
Jesus, or his own self-procla-
mation, and that of the early
community, which is their tes-
timony to his significance in
their lives.
The great "I am" state-
ments in St John's Gospel
illustrate the distinction. It's
unlikely that Jesus spoke of
himself in this high, deliber-
ate, and hieratic manner: the
Bread of Life; the Way, the
Truth, and the Life; the Res-


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urrection and the Life; the
Door; the Light of the World,
and so on.
The language is post-East-
er. But this does not detract
from its significance. Through
these statements the commu-
nity was in effect saying: we
have found and we profess
Jesus to be light in our dark-
ness, the way that leads to
God, the bread that nourishes
our lives, and the life that
overcomes death.
Language
The language is the lan-
guage of metaphor. Jesus, in
other words, is not literally
Bread, Light, Way, Door, and
Resurrection. Metaphors
bring two things together in a
way that one sheds light on or
illuminates the other.
Metaphor says that one thing
is like another in a revealing
way. Take, for example, the
line of the popular song:


"You are the sunshine of my
life ".
A person is not literally
sunshine. Sunshine is a
metaphor for the effect the
person has on me. He or she
makes me feel good to be
alive, or gives me hope, or
brightens my existence, and
so on. "Now is the winter of
our discontent made glorious
summer by this sun of York."
This is how Shakespeare
communicates the effect the
Duke of York has on Richard
III. He's sunshine iii more
beautiful metaphorical
expression.
If we make the metaphors
that refer to Jesus literal, we
run into some cul-de-sacs. In
John's Gospel, Jesus says he
is the door. In the Book of
Revelation, he is the one who
stands at the door and
knocks. Literally, he can't be
both; he must be either-or.
Metaphorically, he can be
and is both, the door and the
one who stands at the door
and knocks.
The designation "son of
God", is also metaphor. The
expression is not equivalent to
being the Second Person of
the Trinity (who is "Son",
simply). It affirms that Jesus'
relationship to God is close
and intimate, like that of a
child to a parent or a son to a
father.
The expression was part of
the religious world of Judaism
to indicate just this relation
and these qualities. Thus,
Israel itself was called "son of
God", as were the kings of
Israel and Judah. Jewish mys-
tics and healers were also
similarly designated.

SEE page 6C


Loving our neighbours


anything you




say Jesus said?


* REV A PALACIOUS


MEDITATION

exalted.
We can all see how some-
times the bright sparkle in the
eyes of little ones slowly begins
to fade before the end of high
school and a harder look
replaces it. The Lord seems to

SEE page 7C


SBy REV ANGELA
BOSFIELD
PALACIOUS
GOD has mandated for us
to love our neighbours as our-
selves, and our neighbour is
anyone and everyone. All peo-
ple need love and we are called
to, represent God as a channel
of love. In this way, God
receives the honour, glory and
praise.
There are times when we go
to look for people in need and
there are times when they
come right in our path.
One Good Friday several
years ago, one such person
came to church in need of med-
ical and spiritual attention. We
began to pray. We prayed for
his healing, we prayed for his
deliverance. An ambulance was
called and while we waited, he
was anointed with oil.
We knew that this experi-
ence was a "fresh word" from
the Lord for all of us. For all
we knew the young man was
dying, at least his spirit surely
seemed to be and we had just
assured him that Jesus had died
for him. This was a living real-
ity, at that very hour some two
thousand years ago; Our Lord
had died for him, for you and
for me. Like the penitent thief,
we need only recognize our
need, ask and we will find sal-
vation.
There are so many lost and
hurting people who are stum-
bling blindly in the dark, look-
ing for some glimmer of hope,
some sign of love, an open
door and open arms to wel-
come them in. We always knew
that the church was to be such
a place, but that day we had
the blessing of being a bless-
ing while our Lord was dying
on the cross. Let us pray that
all of us who witness the grace
of God at work will redouble
our efforts to share God's love
and forgiveness, so that God is


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TOPIC: "A Different Kind of Spirit"
By: Pastor Kenneth H.B. Adderley
Read: Numbers 13:17-20; Numbers 13:27-33; Numbers 14:24; Joshua 14:6-8
My brothers and sisters, anytime God wants to do something new, something
great, something awesome, it takes a new and different people to do it. A new spirit,
new attitude, new passion, new commitment, new love for things of God. Any time
God wants to do something more, He looks for people who have not been caught
up in the past move of God, past victories, past failures, past problems, past
misunderstandings. The biggest hindrance, obstacle to the next move of God, next
Season is the last one. Because some people think they have arrived, some people
think they are the only anointed ones in the Church; or the only one to get the job
done. They had an experience with God in the past season. They have place
themselves and others around them in a comfort zone, they are still looking back
at Egypt (past, bondage, former things) and don't want to move. You become the
biggest obstacle to progress.
The there are people who are caught up in the present things in Life. They
don't want to cross Jordan (Flesh, Carnal thinking), they refuse to move to the other
level. Any time God wants to do something different; He looks for a people with a
different kind of spirit. He is looking for a people who will leave Egypt behind, cross
over Jordan and possess Canaan (the Promise Land).
CHARACTERISTICS OF AN OLD KIND OF SPIRIT: Numbers 13:28-33
*" Focusing on the present instead of the promises of God.
S Fear of moving from comfort zone.
* Negative Attitude.
S No Passion, No Love.
*' Stubbornness, Rebelliousness, have another agenda.
* Uncommitted to the Vision, Purpose of God. Not following instructions.
CHARACTERISTICS OF A PEOPLE WITH A DIFFERENT KIND OF SPIRIT:
Numbers 13:30; Joshua 14
*' Positive Attitude
**- Focus
*. Passion, Conviction
S Believing God
*' Never satisfied with present situation
L Committed to the Vision/Assignment, follows instructions.

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"Father, in the name of Jesus Christ, I confess right now, and realize that I am a
sinner. I repent of all my sins. I change my heart, my mind, my direction and I turn
toward Jesus Christ. I confess with my mouth that God raised Jesus Christ from the
dead, and I believe in my heart that Jesus Christ is alive and operates in my life. I
thank you Lord that I am saved. AMEN"

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World'


St George's Anglican
Church presents "Let All
The World": A perfor-
mance of choral music
from composers around
the world will be featured
next week when the music
ministry of St George's
Anglican Church presents
"Let All The World", a
concert of Sacred choral
music, Thursday, January
26 and Friday, January 27.
The concert is scheduled
for 8pm on both evenings
in the sanctuary of
George's Church located
on Montrose Avenue.



United Faith Ministries
International, located on
Tonique Williams Darling
Highway, invites all to
'Jesus in the Park' Com-
munity Outreach 2006 ,
Sunday, January 29, at
10am on the Yellow Elder
Park next to A F Adder-
ley School. It will be a day
of fellowship, fun and
games. For further infor-
mation call 328- 3737. Host
pastor, Apostle Phalmon
Ferguson.


Music ministry of St George's Anglican Church


to present concert of Sacred Choral Music


* MEMBERS of Highgrove Singers at the conclusion of rehearsals for "Let Al The World".


horal music from com-
posers around the world
will be featured next week
when the music ministry of.-
St- GeoTge's -Anglic'an
Church presents "te All .The World ,-a
concert of SacredlChoral lusic Thurs-
day, January 26 and Friday January 27.
Members of Highgrove Singers will
headline the evenings performances as
they present music fronti Ralph Vaughn
Williams, Franz Joseph Haydn, Gioachi-
no Rossini and many others.
"The music being presented reflects
the varied tastes of the singers" said
.Adrian Archer, director of the choir.
"We will; attempt to show through our
performance just how important sacred
music has been to all of us and how each
era has produced such wonderful reflec-
tive music."
Also being highlighted are arrange-
ments of Negro spirituals by modern:
composers including Hugh Roberton,
Diane Bish and Gilbert Martin.
"It is our pleasure to present the choirs
of St George's Church who have an
absolutely beautiful arrangement of:
Psalm 23 which they will perform and
the Anglican Church Men's "Sons Of
Thunder" who are always exciting to
hear" said Archer.
Guest soloists of the concert will
include K Quincy Parker, bass; Bryan
Thompson, Tenor; Allison Mason, Alto
and Candace Bostwick, Soprano.
"We are thrilled that these young peo-
ple, who are great musicians in their own
right, will also appear at the concert"
said Archer. "Each one brings such an
excitement in their vocal presentation,
and as friends of mine, I am so proud of
what each has done in the music world."'
The concert is scheduled for 8pm ori
both evenings in the sanctuary of St
George's Church located on Montrose
Avenue.


\New Covenant Baptist
Church Worship Opportu-
nities:
Sunday, 6am Early
Morning Prayer Time,
9:45am Christian Educa-
tion, 10:45am Divine
Worship Service, 7pm -
Evening Service
Monday, 7:30pm Prayer
Meeting
Tuesday, 7:30pm Wom-
en's Fellowship (2nd Tues-
day)
Wednesday 7:30pm -
Family Study Hour
Friday, 7:30pm Youth
Meeting, 7:30pm Men's
Fellowship (4th Friday'),
7:30pm Young Adults
Meeting, 7:30pm Ladies
of Virtue & Excellence
(3rd Friday), 7:30pm Sons
of The Covenant Meeting
(3rd Friday)


How can I trust anything you say Jesus said?


FROM page 3C

The notion also contained
the idea of agency, that is, a
son could represent a father
and speak with the father's
authority. A good, equivalent
expression would be "friend
of God", one of the earliest
designations for the saint or
the holy man or woman.
It meant one of God's inti-
mates, God's "second self",
according to the commonest
meaning of "friend" in the
ancient world. Now, God
obviously has no "second
self". The designation meant


oneness and closeness.
Metaphorical language
about Jesus by the early com-
munity was also a language of
witness and commitment. To
say that Jesus is the Light of
the World is to make a singu-
lar kind of profession. It is to
say that Jesus represents
enlightenment for the world.
This is neither simple state-
ment nor the language of
neutrality.
It implies commitment.
One could not say "Jesus is
the Light of the world" and
be indifferent to him in
regard to oneself. The com-
munity was not saying: "He


said he was the light of the
world," but "We profess that
he is the light of the world."
How the Church developed
the implications of the
metaphors (and other'testi-
monies) regarding Jesus till
the resultt became a body of
doctrinal affirmations about
him (called Christology) is an
entire history in itself, usually
called "the development of
doctrine". What is important
to see is the process.
It begins with the life of
Jesus, continues with reflec-
tion of that life, which,
through involvement with all
the vicissitudes of history


(secular and religious) grows
into doctrine which is formu-
lated, amended, reformulat-
ed, refined, and passed on
from one generation to the
next.
One should note by way of
disclaimer or clarification 'that
the distinction between pre
and post-Easter Jesus, which
I explore here, is not essential
to being a Christian.
Generations have lived and
died without it. All number of
saints have witnessed to Jesus
based "only" on his New Tes-
tament portrait. Is research
like this of any real use?
Its use, indeed its great val-


ue, lies in unfolding new pos-
sibilities of grasping the
meaning of the Incarnation.
Basic metaphors like light,, i
and bread link Jesus with.
striking immediacy to life in
very fundamental ways.
In fact, the experiential
richness of the range of
metaphors speaks to us today
to much greater effect that
the more abstruse specula,-
'tions of later developmefit..
The latter may be ni&essnry
to show ho\ faith responded
to"heres\ and crisis, but np.
hero or heroine of faith'lives.
or dies for the sake of
abstractions.


Pastor Ben Bailey
The Prophetic Voice
P. O. Box N-9518
Nassau, Bahamas


Joseph: Son of Rachael

Scripture Text: Old Testament Psalm 15:1-5
Joseph: Son of Rachael whom 'Jacob loved' was openly shown to be
his favourite; adornment with the special coat of many colours caused
his brothers to hate him more; his dreams of them bowing to him further
infuriated them. As a result, Joseph's brothers conspired to kill him; but
Judah interceded saying, "Come and let us sell him to the Ishmaelites."
In order to conceal this deed from their father; they took the coat and
dipped it in goats blood, convincing Jacob that a wild animal had killed
Joseph. Interestingly, Jacob had used the skin of a goat to deceive
his father Isaac, robbing the first born blessing from his brother Esau.
Genesis 39:1-6a: Joseph was stripped of his exalted position as Executive
Assistant to his father; as favourite son arrayed in a special coat, normally
prepared for royal children; as a brother and an equal member of 1he
Chosen Clan. He was relegated to the humble position of a slave. However,
even as a slave Joseph remained faithful to God; employed good conduct
in all his activities, distinguished himself with excellence, and Potiphar
elevated him to chief steward of the entire household.


Genesis 39:6b-23: Joseph's special coat was used as evidence of his
alleged death when his brothers sought to erase his name from their father's lips and memory. Here
again Joseph's coat was used as evidence of his alleged crime by Potiphar's wife; who desired his
death, to make his name a byword in her household. Now as a prisoner, Joseph humbly accepts his
fate; remained faithful to God; distinguished himself with excellence; the jailer put him in charge of,
the other prisoners, and everything that was done in the entire prison.
The lesson to be learned here is this, when we are faced with adversities not of our own making, and
we cannot change the circumstances, learn to accept the role we are required to play, believing
God will judge our innocence, and deliver us through the ordeal. Let the dream of our youth inflame
our passions; and with a determined will, use adversity to sharpen skills necessary to fulfil the dream.
In the meantime, while we await God's deliverance, let us become employed in assisting another
person with fulfilling their destiny, volunteering our abilities to the good of everyone within our sphere
of influence, and the wider society. When Joseph was forced into slavery; he made the most.of the
situation, operated within the confines of the position of a slave, then rendered services above and
beyond the normal expectations of the position. The moral to this story: Blossom wherever you are
planted! Do your very best!
Genesis 41 1 -14: Joseph's journey toward destiny began with twin dreams; which relegated him
to the position of a slave through a series of misfortunes. Despite these troubling annoyances he
employed good conduct in all his activities, and distinguished himself with excellence. He was falsely
accused by Potiphar's wife of sexual assault, battery, and attempted rape, regardless of his innocence,
he received a jail sentence nonetheless. In spite of this, he became employed in assisting the jailer
with fulfilling his destiny with the greatest success. How ironic, Joseph's twin dreams and favoured
position with his father, was a catalyst in the divine plan, to transport him to Egypt, and into Potiphar's
house. Likewise, the infatuation Potiphar's wife developed for Joseph, resulted in his imprisonment;
positioning him to hear the dreams of the Butler and Baker, interpreting them with precision. The
'dreamer's' own destiny was decided; through the successful interpretation, and eventual fulfilment
of Pharaoh's twin dreams.
Genesis 41:24-45: Joseph told Pharaoh, the dreams are one; God has shown what He is about to
do: Seven years of great plenty will be followed by seven years of famine. The dream was repeated
twice because the thing is established by God, and God will shortly bring it to pass. Pharaoh set
Joseph over all the land of Egypt; took his signet ring and put it on Joseph's hand; clothed him
in garments of fine linen, and put a gold chain around his neck. Pharaoh called Joseph Zaphnath-
Paaneah. Archaeologists have discovered that the signet ring signified the role of vizier, who bore
the title, 'Seal bearer of the King of Lower Egypt,' whilst the chain signified control over the food
supply. The name Zaphnath-Paaneah means, revealerr of secrets.'
Whatever your original dream has been, regardless of the apparent setbacks, we urge you to never
lose sight of your dream. Help another person realize their destiny by propelling them towards their
dream; and in the fullness of time, you will be summoned by the King to stand in His Presence, and
given duties beyond your wildest imagination, in line with your own dream.


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Sister Helen Brice, the com-
mittee president, has resided
in New York for many years
and brought the idea of '100
Women In White' to the
Bahamas. The annual celebra-
tion takes place every second
Sunday in January and at that
time all women of the church
wear white.
Service
The theme for this years ser-
vice was "A Greater Expres-
sion of Love", scripture text: I
John 5:3. The guest speaker for
the occasion was Minister
Sheila Tracy from the New
Covenant Baptist Church. The
day climaxed with a drama
entitled, 'Love in Many
Colours'.
Congratulations to Sister
Helen Brice and the Pastor's
Aide committee for a job well
done.
St Paul's Baptist Church
"100 Women In White" The
church where everybody is
somebody host pastor Rev Dr
J Carl Rahming. To God be
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God, we can be used for great
things. Simon taught us
through the.movie that in spite
of difficulties we are to remain
positive. He was-humbled and
puzzled by the destiny God had
for him.
Our plan must be rooted in
the persecuted, risen and glo-
rified Christ. Paul, in his letter
to the Ephesians 13:14, takes
us behind the scenes into the
mind of God, at least as Paul
sees it, to unveil part of God's
plan...the part which centers
on Jesus and his saving wo rk.
Paul, who persecuted Chris-
tians, one day on the road to
Damascus encountered the
risen Christ. Paul speaks about
the sheer immensity of what
God has done through Jesus,
not just in individual lives, but
across time and space. He also
saw this as part of God's divine '
plan, which he acknowledges
is a mystery and not so fully,
accessible to us.
Paul expounds that the plan,
unfolding from the beginning
of time, is concerned not with
kings or even apostles only, but
with all Christians, with every-
one who has heard the gospel
and believes in Jesus. That plan
is that the God who allowed
his son to become human, is in
charge. And we will be taken
care of.


Paul tells four things about
what God hopes to accomplish
as part of his plan: First, we are
redeemed through Jesus'
blood, that is through the sav-
ing work that he finished with
his obedient death and which
his Father certified and
acknowledged by raising him
from the dead. Second, we are
forgiven through the richness
of the grace lavished on us.
Third, all this is our inheritance,
a lasting bequest that will carry
us through to salvation as part
of God's family in this world
and beyond. And fourth, part
of the plan is that we should
know about it. We are not pup-
pets going through someone
else's motions to their design.
Rather, because God loves us
so much, he is sharing the
knowledge of some of his plan
with us, so that by grace we are
co-workers with him in bring-
ing everything to completion
in, as Paul says, the fullness of
time.

Blessing
How does God want us to
live our lives, now that we
know about the plan? Paul puts
the whole plan into the context
of blessing; he begins, "blessed
be the God and father of our
Lord Jesus Chist". He says
that this entire plan is working
to the praise of God's glory,
and he says that we are now to


live to the praise of God's glo-
ry.
The challenge for us today
in our busy and often times
indifferent world is how do we
live out God plans. The
Psalmist says that those who
will stand in God's holy place.
will be those with clear hands
and pure hearts, those who
seek what is true, those who
do not swear deceitfully. We
then must strive to live.our
lives like the character Simoni
Birch, all seeking to do the will
of God, and helping all those in
need, even if it means moving
out of our comfort zone to
accomplish it. We should strive
to live our lives blameless
before God in love, with clean
hearts and pure hands.
The burden of trying to live
this Christian life was not
promised to be easy, but it is
rewarding for those who are
able to hold out until the end.
Let us not sit around and say
we are not doing or moving
until we hear from God. Many
people take this literally, with-
out realising that God has
already spoken, through his
Son Jesus Christ, he left us
clear instructions and a clear
plan that is to guide us throuigh-
out our lives. This is a call for
much prayer and mediation, in
order for us to be able discern
and heed his voice when he
calls.
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munity it is not just a personal decision, it is a
national crisis. So to help the nation we need to
not focus on more jails or police cars, and on
more enforced fatherhood," said Dr Munroe.
Chief Supt Basil Rahming described the ses-
sion conducted by Dr Munroe as very inspira-
tional. "We learned that our true role as men is
to be leaders in the communities, homes and
on the jobs. Today, we have men out there com-


mitting armed robberies, murders, abusing
women and raping little children because they do
not know who they are," he said.
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istry in Nassau, said also that the conference
was a success. He stressed that their goal is to
touch men throughout the Bahamas by holding
similar conferences throughout the Family
Islands. "The primarily purpose of the confer-
ence is to unite men and encourage them to be
real men and true husbands to wives, creating a
better society," he said.


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be saying, it is easier to
keep the fire glowing than
to try to re-ignite it. God is
calling us all to pursue
more fervently the heal-
ing of the home and the
young heart.
We can love our neigh-
bours in many ways. Here
are just a few: Our church-
es may support students
in nearby pre-school and
primary schools with mon-
etary donations and gifts
of food and clothing; we
may actively seek to find
volunteers who are inter-
ested in adopting families
to assist parents with par-
enffiig skills, and be a form
of loving spiritual support;
we may contact a nearby
high school so that as the
sixth graders become sev-
enth graders we will be
able to keep track of them
and assist with needs;
home visits of needy stu-
dents may be arranged to
determine how best to
help; and we can be more
intentional to work ecu-
menically as we all contin-
ue to pray.
There is always room in
Paradise for one more and
it is God's desire that all
will seek to be saved. This
young man's visit to our
church has made it crystal
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every Sunday afternoon at
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outstanding persons who have
contributed to the Christian
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youth of the Bahamas, will
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Award', which is expected to
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by the Bahamas Brass Band
along with the Farm Road
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community and the Christian
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Mount Royal Avenue
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Cockburn Town
San Salvador, Bahamas
Telephone:
(242) 331-2642


CATHECHIST WILTON
EDGECOMBE, 70

a resident of Cockbum Town, San Salvador
will be held on Saturday, 28th January,
2006, 11am at St. Augustine's Anglican
Church, Cockburn Town, San Salvador.
Officiating will be Archdeacon I. Ranfurly
Brown assisted by Fr. Jude Ebomwonyi.
Interment will follow in Cockburn Town
Public Cemetery, San Salvador.


SLeft to cherish his memory are his wife
S' Ruth Edgecombe; daughters, Joanne and
Keva Edgecombe and Debbie Edgecombe-
Bullard; sons, Derek, Dominic, Tafari and
Jade Edgecombe; stepchildren, Edison Brown, Conrad, Danny and Cecil Storr
and Lisa Turnquest; adopted daughters, Neshia Storr and Alison Williams;
grandchildren, Kendrico, Kendrica, Tiffany, Tasha, Desiree, Shanquere and
Jada Edgecombe, Jevon Messam, Gedia Mackey, Kenton King and Brandon
Bethel; sisters, Caroline Fernander and Rosemary Francis; nieces, Sandra
Bethel, Paula Jones, Denise and Yvette Francis, Marina Lingo, Terry, Cleomi
Harris, Lafaries and Deitrea Smith of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; nephews, Weldon
Fernander, Clint and Neil Francis, Newman Munroe, Terence, Herbert Smith
Jr. of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; aunts, Hazel and Leanna Edgecombe; daughter-in-
law, Dorell Edgecombe; son-in-law, Lucian Bullard; niece-in-laW, Patrice
Femander; nephews-in-law, Peter Jones and Gregory Bethel; sisters-in-law,
Nola Deveaux, Anna Beneby, Althea and Betty Storr, Shirley Williams and
Magdell Johnson; brothers-in-law, Bruce, Elvin, Eric, Bob, Leon Kendal and
Holman Storr; grandnieces, Janique Jones, D'Andra Bethel, Lasasha and
Lauren Fernander; grandnephews, Jamal Jones, Donovan Gibson, Lamart
Fernander, Darren Bethel; grandniece-in-law, Delphine Fernander; numerous
relatives and friends including Frank Edgecombe and family, Eva Schaffner,
Carolyn Whiff, Nathalie Bailey, George Bailey Sr., Agatha Hunt, OSB, Martin
Hunt and family, Rosemary Hunt, Macy Hunt and family, Sharon White of
Lithonia, Georgia, Ruth Davis and Alma Cash of Miami, Fla., Portia Barnett,
Millie Minnis and family, Mae Ward and family, Roland Pinder and family,
Idell Jones and family, Bill Gilbert and family, Iva Williams and family, Huel
Campbell and family, Curline Fernander and family, Wellington Fernander
and family, Antoinette Ferander, Audrey Dean, Clifford Ferander and family,
Carter Williams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Luden Gibson and family, Faith
Jones and family, Eureka Knowles and family,-Lorraine Johnson, Eula Hall,
Raymond Wilson, Cynthia Bastian, Melvern Rolle, Jeffery Fritz, Joyce Williams,
Hyacinth Lozaique, Joan Evans, Vanea Jones, Alfred, Lauriel and June Lewis,
Minerva Benson and family, Blanche Butler and family, Maude Saunders,
Viola Storr and family, doctors, nurses and staff of Doctors Hospital, doctor
and medical staff of San Salvador Clinic, Mr. Philip Brave Davis, MP, Father
Jude Edomwonyi, St. Augustine's Anglican Church family, Archdeacon I.
Ranfurly Brown, Christ The King Anglican Church family and the entire
community of San Salvador. "
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Riverside Funeral
Chapel, Cockbum Town, San Salvador on Friday from 12 noon until 7pm and
at the church on Saturday from 9am until service time.


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Myrtlene Greene
l C artwright, 70

a resident ofToote Shop
Corner and formerly of
Mangrove Cay, Andros will
be held 12:30p.m., Saturday,
28th January, 2006 at Zion
Baptist Church, East and
Shirley Streets. Officiating
Bishop Lester Cox assisted by
gRev'd T. G. Morrison.
Interment follows in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.
Cherished memory are held
by her husband, Milton Cartwright; four sons, Joel Bowleg of Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Brian, James and Lavade Cartwright; three daughters,
Shirley Greene, Elizabeth Brooks and Debra Cartwright-Williams; nineteen
grandchildren, Trevor Green Sr., Troy Brooks, Sherell Green, Leonardo
Murphy, Raquel Murphy-Storr, Jerad Murphy, Delroy Brooks, Demetrius,
Joey, Tarjah and Vanessa Bowleg, Noel Clarke, Temeko, Shawn, Jared
and Tarik Cartwright, Kenneth Mackey, Sr., Ken and Cuorie Williams;
fifteen greatgrandchildren, Tray, Gabrielle, Lanell and Trevor Green Jr.,
Michelle Newton, Donavon Jordan, Devon Bain, Fabian N. Storr, Jayda
R. Murphy, Kenroy and Kenneth Mackey Jr., D. J. Bowleg, Ariela and
Troy Brooks Jr., and Jaiden; three sons-in-law, Amard Brooks, Ken
Williams and Danny Bennett; two daughters-in-law, Levy Bowleg and
Maureen Cartwright; two brothers, Charles Greene of Freeport and Audley
Greene of New York; two sisters, Florine Bowleg and Eunice Greene of
Mangrove Cay, Andros seven brothers-in-law, Cleveland Bowleg of
Fresh Creek, Andros, Wilbert, Esick and Dewitt Cartwright of Inagua,
Hensil and Ronald Cartwright and Edgar Green of Mangrove Cay, Andros;
three sisters-in-law, Mae Cartwright, Julia Lowe of Abaco and Sybil
Greene of Mangrove Cay, Andros; twelve nephews, Sidney Bowleg,
Vincent, Alton, Lester, Jean, Oswald, Roy, Kermit, Joseph and Jason
Greene, Tony and Lorenzo Flowers; twenty-two nieces, Elsada Bowleg
of Mangrove Cay, Andros, Laura Cathy of Miami, Dorothy Johnson,
Sandramae, Melon, Ettamae Strachan, Bertha, Beulah and Joyce Nairn,
Delores Flowers, Carriemae Flowers, Janet Brown, Inez Nairn, Geneva
Oliver, Sharmaine McKinnon, Shirley, Carolyn, Jacqueline, Telcine,
Eulamae and Gena Greene, Jenny Stubbs and Sharon Turnquest;
grandnephews, Douglas Sanders of Mangrove Cay, Andros, Kevin and
Junior Neely, Andrew and Michael Cathy of Miami, Stephen Dean,
Rokeno Bowleg and Delton Hepburn, Desmond and Darvin Greene,
Elreko Seymour; grandnieces, Patrice Green, Elthania Brooks, Juliann
Andrews, Raquel Forbes, Nequel, Rosie and Sharon Neely, Darlene
Bowleg, Vernie Saunders and Diane Cathy of Miami; adopted sons,
Stafford 'Star', Orville 'Pencil' and lan Turnquest, Freddie and Lefred
Mackey, Ding Cadet, Anthone, Centy, Stimpson Bullard, Vasco Marshall,
Dudley 'Dock' Gilbert, Desmond, Mason 'Fats' and Zues 'Dady' and
Ricardo Butler, adopted daughters, Marion McPhee, Deborah and Michelle
Turnquest, a host of other relatives and special friends.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home,
Robinson Road and First Street, on Friday from 12 noon to 6:00 p.m.
and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and at the Church from
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PHONE: 322-4570 PAGER: 380-5012, 393-9132
RANNIE PINDER President

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MICHAEL VINCENT
KNOWLES, 38
S who died on Wednesday January
18th, 2006, will be held at Ebenezer
Methodist Church Shirley Street on
Saturday January 28th, 2006 at
10:00 am. Burial will be in the
SChurch Cemetery. Mrs. Kenris
Carey, President of the Conference,
S; Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart, Vice
SPresident of the Conference, Dr.
SReginald W. Eldon, Secretary of
the Conference, Pastor Martin Loyley,
Minister and Rev. William R. Higgs officiating. Michael was
predeceased by his mother, Cynthia Berniece Sawyer-Knowles, on
July 11, 1979.

Left to cherish his memory are his father, Vincent Knowles;
stepmother, Juanita Knowles; sister, Michelle Knowles-Cooper;
brothers, Marcian, Delonn and Cameron Knowles; sister-in-law,
Sharifa Knowles; brother-in-law, Eric Cooper Jr.; nephews,
Kayvaughn, Jeremy and Jehu Cooper; niece, Topaz Cooper; aunts,
Carmetta Johnson and Gail Sawyer; uncles, David and John Knowles,
Robert Sawyer, Patrick Wilson Sr. and Garth Johnson; grand aunts,
Viola Nottage, Lilly Knowles, Effie Sands, Beatrice Moss and
Winifred Blair; grand uncles, Nelson, Benson and Allen Knowles
and Joshua Sands Sr.; cousins, Douglas Jr., John Jr., Herbert and
Devard Knowles, Angel Knowles, Joanne Knowles-Rolle, Trevor
and Latif Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Patrick Wilson Jr., Portia
Wilson-Grant, Simone and Sherry Sawyer, Dennis and Raymond
Sawyer, Janice Knowles-Johnson, Linda Knowles-Thompson, Debbie
Knowles-Cartwright, Sandra Knowles-Hanna, Anthony Knowles,
Victor, Edward and Jerry Hutchenson, Janet Hutchenson, Lynn,
Jennifer and Charlene Sands, Sally and Carol Moss, Marcus Moss,
Hervis and Beverly Bain and Family, Avis Outten and Family,
Darryl and Beryl Rolle and Family, Val Lockhart and Family, Ednol
Smith and Family, Elvin Smith and Family, Barbara Blair and
Family, Beryl Blair and Family, Carlton Blair and Family, Carl
Knowles and Family, Henry Knowles and Family; other friends and
relatives including, Sherry Fox and Family; Riche Sands; Delita
Adderley and Family; Christopher Burrows and Family; The
Cartwright's, Moree and Smith Family Officers and Staff of the
Bahamas Conference of The Methodist Church and all of it's member
Churches especially Ebenezer Methodist Church; Administration
and Staff of Queen's College; Pastor and Members of Born Again


Deliverance United Christian Fellowship Centre; Staff of K.A.P.
Insurance Brokers and many others too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Pinder's Funeral Home Palmdale
on Friday January 27th, 2006 noon until 5:00 p.m.


FLORIE MILLER, 95

of Tuckaway Road, will be held at
Zion Baptist Church coner of East
and Shirley Street on Saturday
January 28th, 2006 at 3:00 p.m. Burial
will be in Wood Lawn Gardens
Solider Road. Pastor T.G. Morrison
assisted by Rev. Ulric Smith
officiating.


S: ; ? She is survived by her sister, Inez
Edgecombe; brothers and their
spouses, Sir Albert Miller and Lady
Laurie Miller of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Willard and Joey Miller
of Nassau, Scofield and Rosie Miller of Miller's, Long Island; sisters-
in-law, Jewel Miller of Haines City, Florida and Dorothy Miller of
Nassau; numerous nieces and nephews and their families including,
Deborah and Donald Archer, Marc Anthony Miller, Paul Edgecombe,
Russell and Linda Miller, Patricia Coakley, Kingsley Edgecombe
of McKann's, Long Island, Lincoln Edgecombe of Ft. Pierce, Florida,
Stephen Edgecombe of Miami, Florida, Dawn Edgecombe-Strong
of Davie, Florida, Oral Edgecombe of Washington, D.C., Kirkwood
Edgecombe, J. Nathaniel Edgecombe, Luther Edgecombe, Arlington
(AI) Edgecombe, Linda Edgecombe, Obediah Edgecombe, Gloria
Ward, Horace Miller Jr., Nellie Cooper, Cynthia Saunders, Edna
Pennerman, Lenox, Reuben and Mary Miller, Pamela Miller-
Ferguson, Nita Thompson, Karen Mackey-Pinder, Persis Thompson;
cousins: Conrad Knowles, Alphonso Marshall, Rosie Thrower,
Thelma Pyfrom and the Miller, Brice, Knowles, Johnson, Glinton,
Fox and Marshall families of Long Island, New Providence and the
United States; care givers: Mrs. Verona Brown and Mrs. Taylor; a
host of other relatives and friends of Hospital Lane and Centreville
communities including the Bethel, Cargill, Curtis, Ferguson,
Munnings, Hanna and Minns families and her Zion Baptist Church
family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Pinder's Funeral Home
Palmdale, Ave., Palmdale on Friday January 27th, 2006 from 12:00
noon until 5:00pm.


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


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CHRISTOPH ERNEST
BROWN, 42

V f. l, of Ridgeland Park, West will be held
"- on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at Golden
Gates Assembly Church, Carmichael
Road. Overseer Dr. Hartman Brown
.and Bishop Ros Davis assisted by
Pastor Henry Forbes will officiate.
Interment will be in Lakeview
Gardens, J.F.K. Drive.

Left with the beautiful memory are his mother Juanita Symonette;
father Ernest Brown; sisters, Dressler Hall, Christine Baker,
Teresita Stuart, Carmen Brown, Carla Stuart, Rodricka Brown,
Robertha Murray and Albertha Brown; brothers, Michael Baker,
Craig Johnson, Andre Thompson and Ernest Gibson; brothers-
in-law, Ricardo Stuart and James Murray; sisters-in-law, Era
Gibson and Linda Johnson; uncles, Reno, Albert, Hartman and
Jeffrey Brown, Emmanuel Eugene, Rodrique Labonne, Kenneth,
Arthur, Granville and Vince Symonette; uncles-in-law, Buster
Bethel, Dave Bastian and Ervin Knowles; aunts, Mena Bastian,
Helen Bethel, Liz, Lillamae, Sylvia, Ethel and Mary Brown,
Mable Smith, Stella Knowles, Thelma and Delores Symonette,
Juanita Carey and Linda Symonette; aunts-in-law, Anita, Lois
and Dorothy Symonette; nephews, Leroy Pratt, Roscoe and Joey
Ferguson, Stephan Stuart Sr., Stephen Stuart Jr., Lynn Butler,
Kristin and Stephon Thompson, Joshua Johnson, Ashton Pratt,
Jamie Thompson, Mecus and Tyronne Johnson, Edwardo
Ferguson, Adrico Demeritte, Devanno Dean, Judah Murray;
nieces, Denise Ferguson, Rickelle Stuart, Evita Thompson,
Ebony Thompson, Carlethea Thurston, Tiffany Johnson, Ebony
Thompson, Lekeisha and Ashley Pratt, Edwardo and Tenajh
Ferguson, Xeviera Bain, Xenovia Mason and Carol.

Numerous other relatives and friends including Frantz, Eddie,
Ned, Mayou, Joseph, Joakim and Kettley St. Fleur, Marilyn
Meeres, Kelly Lockhart, Vernon Symonette, Kendolyn Robinson,
Evie Rolle, Vera Cartwright, Roy Samuels and family, Charlene
Neely, Marilyn Rahming, Joseph and Percy Blyden, Maria
McDonald, Cynthia Maureen Campbell, Reuben Hepburn,
Adrian Gibson, Vanessa, Trina (guy who gave statement),
management and staff of PriceWaterhouse, John S. George,
Bahamas Taxi Drivers, Kiwanis Club of Fort Montagu, Curfew
Lodge, Neil McKinney of John S. George, St. Anne's Class of
1980 and Cynihia Davis and family.

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


RETIRED POLICE
CORPORAL
BASIL JOHN SMITH, 66

of Garden Hills #1 and formerly of
'i- Orange Creek, Cat Island will be held
on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at Wesley
Methodist Church, Malcolm Road,
east. Rev. Edward J. Sykes and Rev.
Cecil A. Newbold will officiate.
Interment will be made in Lakeview
Memorial Gardens, J.F.K. Drive.

Cherishing Basil's memory are his caring and devoted wife,
Sarah Mae Smith; children, Keith, Ira, Paige, Matilda and
Anthony; grandchildren, Renaldo, Sarahnica, Travis, Nikita and
Robinque; daughter-in-law, Thelma; adopted son, Norman
Humes; siblings, Dennis and Laura Smith, Lucine Stubbs, Alfred
and Joanna Johnson and Herbert Johnson; aunts and uncles,
Evelyn and McNeil, Ethreal Stubbs, Leslie and Hildred Stubbs,
James and Jeremiah Stubbs, Carnal and Fannie, Everette and
Newtie Seymour, Arebella Stubbs, Eula Mae Hepburn, Deaconess
Doris Stubbs; in-laws, Roland, Miriam, Luther, Henry, Gertrude,
Albeana Seymour, Kathleen (Ethelyn) and Hayward Dorsett,
Eulean and Nathaniel Green, James and Emeline Lockhart;
nieces and nephews; Clarice, Shirley, Emerick, Floyd, Cheryl,
Louise, Denise, Dahliaj Stacy,vTisa,; Tamica, Darial, Dennis,
Davanti Smith, Jayshree and Arjohwa Jolui son.Louise Newbold,
Sandra, Michael, Daniel and Rebekah Newbold, Ricardo, Shantel,
Mavis, Clifford, Dave, Mitzi, Pedro,.Sheniquia arid Evangelist
Charlene Duncombe.

Other relatives and friends- including, William and Joyce
McDonald, Thelma, Rose, Jackie, Monique, Florinda, Bennette,
Neil and Ceasarena, Freddie, Barbara, Anthony, Tyrone, Selvin,
McNeil Jr., Dwayne, Melanie and Michelle, Sandra, Sheva,
Carlatte, Rodger, Kenny, Ricky and Elliott Stubbs, Madlyn
Campbell,. Reubin, Margaret, Annamae, Louise, Holbert, Laticia,
Inez, Deaconess Ruth, Helen George, Michael, Marquetta,
Bennett, Francetta, Remelda, Ruby, Leonie, Edgar, Nelson, Ival
Bain, Mable Rolle, Laura Williams, Glen, Margaret and Louis
Seymour, Rev. Cecil Newbold, William, Eula, Princess, Dainette,
Ellen, Fonswitt, Elva, Clunius, Juanita, Bishop Tueton Stubbs,
Rosemary, Altermese, Nathalie, Mack, Maxwell Stubbs and
Annabell.

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.


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ALVIN PAPPYY"
ARMBRISTER, 58

of Haven Subdivision and
formerly of The Forest, Exuma
will be held on Saturday, January
28, 2005 at 11:00 a.m. at First
Baptist Church, Market Street
and Coconut Grove Avenue.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Earl
Francis assisted by other
ministers of religion. Interment
in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.


He is survived by his loving wife, Peggy Lea Armbrister;
daughter, Stephanie Armbrister-Rigby; sons, Dwight Selvin
Armbrister and Alvin Cedric Armbrister Jr.; adopted son, Jerry
E. McIntosh of Fort Lauderdale, Florida; three grandchildren,
Larry Fernander Armbrister, Charlisa Diamond Rigby,
Dwaneshia Selia Armbriser; mother-in-law, Mildred Bawl;
son-in-law, Charles Rigby; three brothers, John Armbrister,
Minister Clarence Armbrister and Solomon Armbrister; ten
sisters, Marion Clarke, Althea Ferguson, Priscilla Armbrister,
Iona Roache, Dianna Lightbourne, Leana Green, Helen
Ferguson, Thomasina Simpson of Kendal, Florida, Nathalie
Barnes of Homestead, Florida aMd Victoria Green; brothers-
in-law, Christopher Bawl, Minister Keith Rolle, Rev. Dr. Irvin
Clarke, Solomon Roache, Isaad Eightbourne, Gregory Green,
Romeo Simpson, Bradley Green; Charles Ferguson, Bill
Newman; sisters-in-law, Margaret M. Donson of Fort
Lauderdale, Florida, Sheryl Newman, Joan Knowles, Kayla
Ferguson, Venlyn Armbrister of The Forest, Exuma, Virginia,
Shirley, Claudia and Winifred Armbrister and Shelita Rolle
of Rivera Beach, Florida; numerous nieces and nephews
including Samuel Clarke, and a host of other relatives and
friends including, Clifford Ferguson and family, "Mamiet"
Ethalee Ferguson of The Forest, Exuma, Clarington Ferguson
and Benjamin Ferguson, Elizabeth Curtis and family of Exuma,
Mary McKenzie of Exuma, John and Veronica Williams and
family, Madelyn Ward, Roseland Taylor and family, David
Armbriser and family, LL Franklin Clarke and family, Leonard
"Bowtie" Bowe and family, Israel Bodie, Delamae Bodie and
family, Theresa Mackey, Wendy Bethel, Veronica M. Turner
and Arnell Skippings of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Justina
McPhee and family, Rev. Dr. Earl and Marjorie Francis and
family, Patsy Williamson, The Red Land Acre Community,
Rhodes Memorial Methodist Church family and the entire


Exuma community.

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson
Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00
p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until
service time.


RAYMOND JARVIS
MORLEY, 49
of Fifth Street, Coconut Grove
will be held on Saturday, January
28, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. at First
Baptist Church, Market Street
and Coconut Grove Avenue.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Earl
Francis assisted by other
ministers of religion. Interment
in The Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen and Spiknard Roads.
He is survived.by three sons, Lakito, Tamar and Lamarco;
three daughters, Tammy, Shenique and Monique; grandchildren
including Tashan and Tamar Jr.; brothers, Spurgeon, Cleveland;
Pedro, Aveon, Venzil, d'Antione, Darran and Darrin; sisters,
Elaine, Ann, Barbara, Andrea, Colet, Percia, Shareece, Katie
Longley, Sharon Wilson, Persis, Sandra Miller and Dellie
Saunchious of Miami, Florida; uncles, Jimmy and John; aunts,
Ruth, Sylvia, Paula and Dorothy; numerous nieces including
W/M Arlene Rolle, Samantha, Darlene, Paulette, Candice,
Kelly, Teniel, Tennishka, Misty, Spurgeonique, Giann, Arlinka,
Kenisha, Kahil, Clesha, Belicia, Ramona and Christina;
numerous nephews including, Wayne, Alton, Denzil Clarke
Jr., Desmond, Sean, Theo, Teko, Rodger, Jeron, Deangelo,
Spurgeon Jr., Jeffery Jr., Vincent Jr., Daniel, Kinron, Kenyon,
Ramon and Daniel; brothers-in-law including Godfrey Wilson;
sisters-in-law, Marsha, Gigi, Leslie and Michelle Morley; host
of other relatives and friends including Rev. and Mrs. Bertram
Armbrister, the Butler,.Dames, Ingraham and Curtis families,
Sherman, Lawrence, Linda, Yire, Sleepy, Meter Cab-323-
5111 family, Ou Lady's and St. Cecilia Church families and
the Holy Dove-Church families.

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson-
Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00
p.m., on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and at the
church from 1:00 p.m. until service time.,


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PATRICK JOHN
PINDER, 54

Sof Robinson Road will be held on
Saturday at 3pm at St Bedes Catholic
S Church, Sutton Street off Kemp
S" Road. Officiating will be Fr. Simeon
S Roberts and interment will follow in
the Church's Cemetery.
Patrick is survived by his loving
parents, Edith Turnquest and Calvin
SPinder; 11 sisters, Joanne Pinder
Capron, Laverne (Hubert) Clarke,
Lanera (Jeffery) Neely, Nancy Williams, Theresa (Carrington Sr.,)
Dean, Denise, Lavita, Leatsha, Donnie, Marva, and Reanna Pinder;
seven brothers, Jimmy Marc, Dr Derek Pinder, Anthony (Jeanette),
Whitney, Frank, Leander and Philip Pinder; numerous nieces
including Breezy, Celeste and Carla; numerous nephews including
Martin Sr, Carlos, Desmond and Manvel; numerous grand nieces
including Darrelle (Pinky), Tamisha, Keveea, Angel and Everlyn;
numerous grand-nephews including, Delano, Agassi, Demanto,
Stanley, Kevano, Kevin Jr, Randy Jr, Pedro, Martin Jr, Desmond
Jr, and Clarence; eight aunts, Enid Major, Geraldine Issac, Eleanor
and Olga Tumquest, Valarie Pinder, Maise Sands, Miriam Gaitor
and Ainsley Garland; one uncle, Eugene (Essie) Tumquest; numerous
cousins including, Bertram Jr, Stafford, Orville, Deborah and Sharon
Turnquest, Michelle Williams, Dianne, Kevin, Pam, Wendel,
Carrington and Arlington Turnquest, Joycelyn Finlayson, Stanley,
Mark, Meghan, Mackenzie, Makeeba, Errol and Madisyn Major,
Gerrine and Darrin Issac and a host of other relatives and friends
including Kenneth Fountain, Byron Smith, Cherene Sylvester,
Chrisbon Whylly, Orman Williams, D'Angelo Johnson, Daryl Riley,
David Forbes, Demetrice Burrows, Denisha Wells, Gentry Moxey,
Devince Johnson, Elaine Henfield, Jancen Jackson, Henry Moss,
Jamaal Hepburn, Jason Flowers, Jermaine Fountain, Kendal Brice,
Keno Beneby, Keith Wilkinson, Maurice Williams, Nina Ferguson,
Omar Huds6n, Pansora Carey, Ricardo Brown,-Samuel Burrows,
Shantell Johnson, Sharon Cunningham, Sharon Daxon, Sheldon
Dean, Tanesshia Davis and Valentino Dean, members of St Bedes
Parish and the Proprietor and staff of Red Hots Communications.
Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, Rosetta
Street, Palmdale from 11am to 6pm on Friday and on Saturday
from 10am to 1pm and at the Church from 2pm until service time.






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FREEPORT
11-A East Coral Road, P.O. Box F-42312
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 373-1471 Fax: (242) 373-3005
Page 340-8043


Deacon Rueben
Hall Sr. J.P., 76


#117 Sunridge Road, Freeport, Grand
Bahama and formerly of Middle Caicos,
Turks and Caicos Island will be held on
Saturday, January 28th, 2006 at 11:00
a.m. at Church of God of Prophecy, Coral
Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Bishop Dr. Elgarnet
B. Rahming, D.D., J.P. assisted by Bishop
Cleophas L. Capron Jr., J.P. Bishop
George E. Thompson, Bishop Joseph M.
Swann, J.P. and Bishop Rudolph W. Arthur,
J. P. Interment will follow at The Grand Bahama Memorial Park,
Forbisher Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama.

Left to cherish his precious memory are, his loving wife, Minister Paula
Hall; daughters, Margaret, Lillian, Esther, Gloria, Olive, Alice, Maureen
and Sandra; sons, Christoval, Reuben II, Joseph Sr., Anthony, Ezekiel,
Maurice, Lyden and Derek; daughters-in-law, Leonida, Melverne,
Barbara, Arlene, Tanya, Dellarice, Katherine and Danneris; son-in-law,
Pedro, Howard, and Jonathan; granddaughters, Tamarra, Yanely, Lekesha,
Jolanda, Renischka, Ava, Kishanta, Zekaya, Sheree, Ebenique, Billyca,
Maurie, Lynika, Chrissandra, Mauria, Arleigha, Sandre, Massiel and
Darleny; grandsons, Timothy Jr. Ethan, Tivaar, Steve, Ambiori, Jorge,
Reuben III, Reumel, Ryan, Joseph Jr., Joel, Carrington, Patron, Preston,
Billy Jr., Maurice Jr., Lyden Jr., Lytrel, Justin and Edwin; grandsons-
in-law, Louis Moss; great-grandsons, Yelvi and Timothy III, great
granddaughter, Lauren Moss; sisters, Elizabeth and Esther Forbes,
Myrtle, Dorothy Hall and Vivilan Campbell; nieces, Altamese,
Gwendolyn, Sandra, Alma, Hartlyn, Beverely, Cindy, Dell, Valeria,
Judy, Cheryl, Eunice, Portia, Nicole and Natasha; nephew's, Lawson,
Ernest Jr., Glenn, Oscar, Gilbert, Ambrose and Barry; cousins, George
Hall, Vivan Stubbs, Almira Hall, Hedley Forbes, Marcus, Eleazar,
Morlene, Gertude, Vila Stubbs, Leonie, Jeffrey, Mabel, Anna, Lcannsa
and Berthrel, Myrtle, Barbara, Noel, Raymond, Hasten Jr., Pete, Nebra,
Terry, Carroll, Gaylene, Everett, Eleanor, Rosemae, Laforina, Maypron,
Florence, Gail, Errily, Angelina, Evelyn, Pete, Netterine, Ann, Lisa,
Marshall, Glen, Ivan, Brain, Utel and Stuart, Gussie and Elvin Roach;
step-daughters, Debbie, Katherine, Ruth, Treniece, Stacey, Susan,
Shantell, Madge and Gena; step sons, Charles, Roy, Richard, William,
Arthur, Billy, Kevin, Oxwell, Obel, Kennan, Louis, Alexander, Elvis,
Vernon Sr., and Scott; sister-in-law, Majorie Hall, Pastor Dianne Grant,
Evelyn Grant, Ivy Hall, Daisy Morris, Attamae Austin, Agatha McKinney
and Karen McKenzie, Nyoshi and Miranda Russell, Pastor Adella,
Zennimae and Helen Morris and Alicia; brothers-in-law, Rev. McKenzie,
Rev. McKinney, Maxwell, Derrick, Nathaniel, Clement, Joseph, Stafford
and Alexander Morris, Steven, Enos and Willis Grant, Franklyn, Leon


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


and Ernest Sr.; uncle-in-law, Heyston Russell; 41 stepgrandchildren,
101 nieces and nephews-in-law and numerous other relatives and friends
including, the Pastors and Members of the Church of God of Prophecy,
Coral Road, The Overseers, Bishops, Pastors, Ministers of The Church
of God of Prophecy, Government Officials, Leaders of other
denominations and a host of friends.

Viewing will be held in the "Irenic Suite" of Restview Memorial Mortuary
and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand
Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the church on
Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until service time.




Jerome Mcphee, 31

of #41 Hearn Lane and formerly of
Nassau, died in Freeport on Tuesday,
January 17th, 2006.

j He is survived by his mother, Esther
mcPhee; father, Edward McPhee;
S, grandmother, Iva McPhee; grand father,
Revis Anderson; two daughters, Miriah
S and Jadia mcPhee; sisters, Raquel Hunter
and Ruschelle Martin; brothers, Shawn
and Edward McPhee; and a host of other
relatives and friends.

Funeral arrangements will be /announced at a later date.


Felix Butterfield, 59

of Sea Grape, Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama and formerly of Kew, North
Caicos, died at the Princess Margaret
Hospital on Friday, January 20th, 2006.

He is survived by his son, Trevor
Butterfield; daughter, Pollyanna Jones;
five sisters, Ann Parker, Eva Williams,
Muriel Blaze, Esterlean Cartwright and
Estermina Hall; one brother, James
Butterfield and a host of other relatives
and friends.

Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date.


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FREEPORT NASSAU
11-A East Coral Road, P.O. Box F-42312 Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
;Freeport, Grand Bah ajiaBahamas P.O. Box CB-12072
Tel: (242) 373-1471- -Fax; (242) 373-3005 Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
., Page 340-8043 Pagers: 340-8043 / 340-4424 / 340-8034 Fax: (242) 340-8034

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Immacula
Brown-Francois, 53


f of #22 Colony Club and
S' ^ formerly of Port-au-Prince, Haiti
will be held on Saturday, January
28, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. at St.
Vincent de Paul, Catholic
SChurch, Hunter's, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be
Father Remy David. Interment will follow in The Grand
Bahama Memorial Park, Forbisher Drive, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

Left to cherish her precious memory are her husband,
Jean-Raynald Francios; son, Jean-Mary Brown;
stepdaughter, Jewel Hanna; daughter-in-law, Bronwen
Brown; grandchildren, Leaf Jay Brown, Tera Morgan,
Jameka Lewis, Jewels Lewis, Africa Hanna and Exodus
Johnson; longtime partner, Neville Sands; other relatives
and friends including, Solange, Mary, Marese, Gloria
Morgan, Wenzel Johnson, Solomon, Solange Monestime,
Denise Woodside, Jeannine Rolle, Marise Rolle, Carole.
Rolle, Jeanne Rolle, Jeannete Munroe, Gislaine Rolle
and Paul Andre Michelle, Dime, Marie, Gislaine St.
Justele, Grand Francois, Eveline, Mrs. Bob, Mrs. Tiramo,
Frank Francois, Mr. Sands, Mrs. Sebien, Fife, McYvon,
Jeo-Danis, Ti-Frere, Acegrace, Francois, Jean Francois,
Mrs. Jacques, Solange Monestime and family, Duquenne
and Madelene.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity Suite" of Restvie
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11:-AEast
Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday froml0:00
a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday from
11:00 a.m. until service time.


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Cyril Bernard Barr, 84

of West End,.Grand Bahama,
rI' Bahamas wil..be held on
Saturday, January 28, 2006.at
11:00 a.m. :at St. Mary
I Magdalene Anglican Church,
".-' West End, Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Fr. Stephen
Grant. Interment will follow in
The West End Public Cemetery, West End, Grand Bahama.

Left to mourn his memory are his ten children, Teddy,
Clifford, Elvis, Garnell, Inza, Cyril Jr., Jervis, Kendal,
Cyril and Claudine; four daughters-in-law, Dawn, Lunice,
Gaye and Stephanie; grandchildren, Inza, Ashlee, Nadia,
Alexis and Travis; his wife Eva Barr pre-deceased him.;
also survived by a host of other relatives and a host of
other relatives and friends including, Rev'd Norman
Lightbourne, Alicia Thompson, Rufus Rolle, Idell Keir,
Pepsi Adderley, Maralee Brice, Millis Newton, Madrina
Woodside, Hortense Roker,:,Carmelina Perpall, Mable
Colton, Flora Smith, Ruth Hanna, Eudean McQueen,
Eunice Moss, Madelyn Pinder, Rod Perpall, Betty and
Donald McCartney, Rev'd Fr. and Mrs Rudolph Cooper,
Irene Glinton, Emma Deal, Eleanor Rahming, Dr. and
Mrs. R. Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Garvey, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Bowleg,
Mr. and Mrs. Hermis Pinder, Mr. and Mrs. Poitier.

Viewing will be held in the "Perpetual Suite" of Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East
Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday from
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday
from 9:30 a.m. until service time.







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11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
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NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 Fax: (242) 340-8034


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Princess Rolle, 42

of Nassau Village, will be held on
Saturday, January 28th, 2006 at 11:00
a. m. at Foresight Baptist Church,
Nassau Village. Officiating will be
Rev. Dr. Charles Culmer. Interment
will follow in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.


Left to cherish her memories are her
Husband: Drexel Rolle, Sons:
Shawn, Andrew, and Andy Rolle,
Daughters: Monique Ferguson, Keva, Raquel, D. C. Kayla, Nickey,
Margaret, Erica, Cherise and Vandyka Rolle, Step Father: Samuel
Cox, Grand Mother: Melvina Belle, Brothers: Dencil and D.
C. Trueman Cox, Samuel, Joseph, Henry and Supt. at Customs,
Rapheal Wemyss, Sisters: Jenny Smith, Brenda Kelson, Bethsheva
Ingraham, June (Sherry) Knowles, Christine Sandiford, Theresa
Whyms, Maria Smith, Roselda Wemyss-Sawyer, and Mildred
Butler, Grand Children: Shelton Jr., Robin, Showntae, Regina,
Delvonne, She'kevar, Delyah, Derevia, Leanna, Antonio, Rudolph,
Joeric, Jarvis, Shownrise, Andrenique, Medwith Jr., Carmalo, and
Jason Jr., Aunts: Mildred Bridgewater and Arnette Anderson,
Uncles: Rudolph, Vincent, Leroy and Wesley Belle, Son-in-law:
Delvonne Ferguson Sr., Brothers-in-law: Former Supt. of the R.
B. P. F., Prince Rolle, Perry Ingraham, Benjamin Knowles, David
Smith, Randolph Sandiford, Ralph Butler, and Glen Smith, Sisters-
in-law: Lorraine Cox, Sylia Adams, Elrena, Judy, Evia, and Patrice
Wemyss, Nephews including: Andy, Johnathan, and Hilton,
Nieces including: Officer 305 Nicole Ferguson, Joanne, Cynthia,
Rosemary, Katie, and Pandora Hanna, Shianne, Andrechia, Thalia,
Trueranda, Gabrielle, Trueraine, and Laranda, Other Family:
Shelton Major Sr., Darnell Higgs, Obrian Gardenier, Robert, Ken
and Donna Bridgewater, Norman and Sheva Rolle and Family,
Dwight, Dudrick, Sherman, Suzy, and Sherrie of Miami, Fl., Pedro,
Shawn, Salena, The Brennen, Belle, Coakley and Mackey Families,
Patrice and Jennifer Hanna, Friends: Dr. Patrick Balfe, Martha
and Family, Patricia Whiteland, Katie and Randy Moss, Shirley
White and Family, Wayde and Donnalee Higgins, Ednal Frasier,
Rettamae Major and Family, the Retail Dept. at Kerzner Int'l.,
Ervin Miller, Urban Renewal Project and the Nassau Village Family,
The Families of Vandria Kemp, Elizabeth Cash, and Yvonne
Campbell, and Mandara Spa, Bah. Ltd.

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. .. and then again at the
church on Saturday from 9:30 a. m. until service time.

Sandra Elizabeth
Rolle, 48

of Canterbury Park, and formerly of
Farmer's Cay, Exuma, will be held on
Friday, January 27th, 2006 at 11:00 a.
m. at Mt. Tabor Full Gospel Baptist
Church, Pinewood Gardens.
Officiating will be Bishop Neil C. Ellis,
assisted by other Ministers of Religion.
Interment will follow in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish her memories are her Three Daughters: Kayshella
Knowles, Sateigdra Rolle and Sadea Knowles, One Son: Kyle
Knowles, Father and Mother: Deacon Hallan and Deaconess
Mavis Rolle of Farmer's Cay, Exuma, Two Sisters: Wanda
McCartney and Celeste Rolle, Four Brothers: Jeffery, Stanley,
and Martin Rolle of Farmer's Cay, Exuma, and Phillip Rolle, Eight
Nieces: Phillipa Morales of Miami, Fl., Jaime Rolle, Gabriel
Latisha, Brittany and Jakia Rolle, and Cristavia Smith, Five
Nephews: Shawn Moxey, Phillip McCartney, Javan Rolle, Martin
Rolle Jr., and Jordan Ellis, Three Grand Nephews: Kimble and
Shawn McPhee and Richard Morales of Miami, Fl., Eleven Aunts:
Nancy Ellis of Farmer's Cay, Exuma, Deaconess Mary Wells of
Abaco, Maude Maycock, Anita "Toya" Johnson, Mayfield,
Henrietta, Mavis, Brenda, Princess, Cynthia, Aura, and Isadora
Maycock, Ten Uncles: Richard Ellis of Farmer's Cay, Exuma,
Junior Rolle, Noel Maycock of Miami, Fl., Addison, Patrick,
Lincoln, Merlin, Moody, and Deacon Dwight Maycock, and Ansel
Johnson, Three Sisters-in-law: Meralyn Rolle, Laqueta "Shanny"
Rolle, and Rose Rolle of Farmer's Cay, Exuma, God Mother:
Annie Brown, and numerous other Relatives and Friends
including: Christine Thompson, Joycelin Smith, Rosemary Nixon,
Debbie Innis, Rev. Faith Maycock, Andrea Maycock, Nurse Jestina
Bain, Nurse Judy Toote, the entire community of Farmer's Cay,
Exuma, and the Mt. Tabor Family.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity" Suite at Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier Road, on
Thursday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00p. m. and then again at the
church on Friday from 9:30 a. m. until service time.


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Olde Coner off East St.
Will be held on Saturday
January 28th, 2006 at 1:00
p.m. at Mission Baptist
Church East and Hay
Street. Officiating will be
Rev. Dr. R.E. Cooper .
assisted by other ministers.
Fond memory will forever be in the hearts of his
parents; Narcisse and Martha Milford, his daughter,
Gabriel Milfort, three brothers, Dondo, Tenaces and
Francis Milfort; six sisters including, Nacilia and
Maggie Milfort; one aunt, Sonia Vedrine; ten
nephews, Tynaska, Maxi, Gensise, Mitchell, Evell
Grey, Ruben and Kently Milfort, Kendall Rolle and
Troy Tremblay; six nieces, Queen, Francine,
Nahomie, Lisborn and Tynasia Milfort and
Kendricka Rolle; one brother-in-law, Roslene Pierre-
Louse; cousins, Betty, LuRose and Mitchell Vedrine,
Neville Etienne, Augustin, Joycelyn Lucas, Francios,
Johnsert Jecidi and the John's; numerous relatives
and friends including, Charlene Andrews, Unell
Mckinney, Rev. Irene Coakley, Tony Coakley, Gilan
Timothy, Karen Russell and family, Melon and
Denise Vedrine, The Edgecombe family, The Curry
family, the Sargeant family, the Reckley family, the
Graveyard Boys, The One Family, Saxons and
Barabas & The Tribe Junkanoo Groups, The Farm
Road Urbal Renewal Center, The Mission Baptist
Church, The Calvary Bible Church family, The Odle
and Burial Ground Comer family and the Atlantis
Ocean Club.


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AMELIA K. K.
NELSON, 67

a resident of Deveaux Street and
formerly of Cape Haiti, will be
held at Voice of The Watchman
Evangelist Outreach Association,
Milton and East Streets, on
Saturday, January 28, 2006 at 11:00
a.m. Officiating will be Apostle
Livingstone R. Lynes, assisted by Prophet Emmanuel
Elusma. Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
and Spikenard Roads.

Left to cherish Amelia's memory are her father, Elis
Nelson of Haiti; four sons, Alexander and Alex Nelson
of Haiti, Prophet Emmanuel Elusma and Michael Nelson
of Miami, Florida; three daughters, Marlind Nelson of
Haiti, Carol Charles of Miami, Florida, and Lisa Louis
of Chicago; two daughters-in-law, Minister Deshan Elusma
and Vasheka Nelson; one son-in-law, Nolan Louis; eight
grandchildren, Max, Alex, Bert, Kevin, Doniya, Renal,
Maryjoe and Dina; four nephews, Fritz, France, Fritznel
and Franklin; five nieces, Elsie, Shantell, Manishka,
Daidon aiid Charlene; three grand-nieces, Brittany,
Natesisha and Careisha.

Other relatives and friends including, Apostle Livingstone
Lynes and The Voice of The Watchman family, Jack
Charles, Codiah Rolle, Mishelene, Joseph, Arlene, Rose
and Michelle Augustin of New York, Paul Villnis and
family, Adline and Johnny Pierre, Greenford Navar, Jack
Morancy, Lucilior Pierre, Jocelin Doralien, Madam
Macious Petit-Freie, Ainsley Smith, Dorothy Benecot,
Gloria, Margaret Middleton, Theresa Saunders, Tazzi
Florious, Vanny and family, the Maycock's, the Brougham
Street, Deveaux Street and Milton Street families.

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


LOUISE
LOUIS, 76

a resident of of Milton Street and
formerly of Port-de-Paix, Haiti, will
be held at Our Lady Of The Holy
SSouls Catholic Church, Deveaux
Street, on Saturday, January 28,
2006 at 11:45 a.m. Officiating will
be Fr. Michael Kelly SS.CC.,
assisted by Deacon Peter Rahming and Deacon Maxwell
Johnson. Interment follow in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
and Spikenard Roads.

Left to cherish her memory are her children, Marialic,
Imarelie, Jean Francois and St. Verty; two brothers, Louis
and Soncaire Dorcean; six sisters, Philomise, Marilia,
Eliza, Laudeze, Vierregela and Vernia; grandchildren,
Kettelie, Louisena, Moselie, Treveir, Jean, Erode, Terveur
of Miami, Florida, Cherlie Velneus, Jackson, Bielca
Vilneus and Cleane Loudort both of Nassau, Michlet,
Enoze, Elsie, Mislene, Magalie, Rosemie, Elda, Ysemaill
and Moline of Haiti; one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jean
Francois Vilneus of Nassau; sons-in-law, Dorsaint Loudort
of Haiti and Ylet Terveu of Miami, Florida and Zimon
Lofils of Haiti; cousins, Mondesnord Vilneus, Serfin,
Jack Endcy, Kantton, St. Merite Vilneus, Elxina Fulmiste
of Nassau; nephews, Jeffry Joseph, Fortuna Joseph and
Lameus Loustal of Nassau, Lukene Joseph, Odilon
Lukeson and Henry of Haiti; nieces, Esther Damise of
Miami, Georgina Joseph, Dorcemise Louistal, Clezena,
Mecheline, Anthonide, Milene, Nadeze, Julia and Junet
of Haiti, and Retha Louistal of Nassau.

Host of other relatives and friends, including Rutha
Alcentane, Camile, Ifonie, Marie, Charitable, Dinat,
Athna, Lidia, Edith, Paul, Jean, Matthew, Anne, Alizabeth,
Toya and Howard Munroe.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on
Friday and on Saturday at the church from 11:00 a.m.
until service time.


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Sharon Theresa
Gibson-Whyms, 51

a resident of Mason's Addition & formerly
of Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera, will be held at
Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street, on
Saturday January 28th, 2006 at 11:00 am.
Officiating will be Rev. Timothy Stewart,
assisted by Associate Ministers. Interment
follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens,
Soldier Road.


Left to mourn her passing and reflect on
the beauty of her years are, husband, Joseph Whyms; three sons, Trielon,
Corey and Joseph Whyms Jr; two daughters, Tekessa Rolle & Kenrie Nicholls;
sons-in-law, Archie Rolle & Marco Nicholls; grandchildren, Kayreasa Miller,
Keaiu Rolle, Anthony, Ebony & Maquel; mother, Rev. Marina Gibson-Carey;
father, Evangelist Frank Carey of Eleuthera; step-mother, Florance Davis-
Mills; step-sisters, Agartha Culmer, Yvonne Bethel of Palmetto Point & Sandra
Goodman; step-brothers, James & Frances Jr.Carey; step-brothers-in-law,
Josh Culmer, Obie Goodman & Phillip Bethel; mother-in-law, Mrs. Grace
Whyms; sisters, Edith Sturrup, Pamela Gibosn, Melrose Butterfield of Eleuthera,
Gail Archer of Freeport, Renee Etienne, Beverly Smith of Andros, Barbara
Gibson, Shannah Davies, Kelda Gibson, Deithra Gibson-Cook of West Palm
Beach, Shantell Gibson & Elsie McIntosh & Torana Sand; brothers, Graylin,
Dwight, Hank Gibson, Levar Carey & Lloyd Jones; sisters-in-law, Eloise
Gibson, Ann Gibson, Unice Johnson, Lorey Kemp, Hortence Riley, Marylin
Johnson, Laralee Kemp, Lorraine Marshall & Virginia Jones; brothers-in-law,
Chryslin Sturrup, Osmond Smith Hubert Pratt, Anthony Etienne, Frances
Goodwin Davies, Jerome McIntosh, Richard Riley, Basil Riley of Tampa
Florida, Ben of Staniel Cay, Hanzel & Charles Johnson, & Ali Kemp; aunts,
Barbara Farrington, Vernamae Duncan & Nancy Fernander of Eleuthera,
Doris Dames of New York, Hortence Riley, Erma, Pearl, Victoria, Aunt Esther
Armbrister & Aunt Marie; uncles, Charles Gibson of the Bluff Eleuthera,
Vernon Pinder & Mackwell Pinder of Eleuthera; uncles-in-law, John Farrington
of Rock Sound, William Dames of New York, Dewitt Fernander of Governors
Harbour & Eric Duncan of Freeport Grand Bahama; aunts-in-law, Thelma &
Joan Pinder, Merilyn Gibson of the Bluff, Eleuthera; grand-uncle, Mr. Edison
Armbrister; grand aunt-in-law, Mrs. Rhona Pinder-Bethel; nieces, Ebony
Sturrup, Roleathea Wright, Folasade Pratt, Devern, Shashanna, Shavette,
Gabriel, Deandra Gibson, Danice Seymour & Kimberly Butterfield, Anthonique,
Rajanee, Antonia Etienne, Orika, Natalia Archer, Osriana Smith, Kendi Black,
Carima Neeley, Maxine Johnson, Davania Knowles, Lovinia Gibson, Ellajane,
Welma, Jackie, Barbara, Charlene, Marge, Cenamae, Vemalee Kemp, Maryann
Pierre, Cathy, Vashon Johnson-Scavella, Arlene Newbold, Debbie Delevaux,
Ruthmae, Tamara Riley & Charlene Marshall; nephews, Kieron Sturrup, Vopel
Wright, Mario & Denero Gibson, Leslie Gibson, Wayne Seymour, David &
Joey Butterfield, Ranaldo Etienne, Tino & Adam Archer, Osmond Jr. & Gino
Smith, Anthony Bain Jr., Logan Carey, Hank Gibson Jr., Christopher, King
Johnson, Torina Johnson, Jerome Kemp, Jimmy, Steve, Cyril, Huel Riley,
Anthony Woodside & Alonza Butler; grand nieces, Kearie Knowles, Danniel
Seymour & Camara Gibson; cousins, Noreen Major, Edith Smith, Peggy
Bridgewater, William & Kiplin Armbrister, Valencia Saunders, Tracey, Janet
Thompson, Niomi Armbrister, Mizpah Archer, Wilma Armbrister, Jacklyn
Stuart, Berkley & Eral Armbrister, Cleopatra Christie, Marva Armbrister,
Shelly Austin, Deborah & Anthony Pearce, Barry & Lavaughn Collie, Ingrid


Farrington, Alison, Carolyn, Gregory, Basil, Emmet & Norma, Garth, Kino,
Jeremy, Lynden, & Craig Farrington, Shelly & Isaac, Gregory & Barbara
Dames of New York, Nathaniel & Diane Dames of Virginia, Patty & Buford
Kelly of Oklahoma, Sandra & Rod of New York, Sharon Scott of Atlanta
Georgia, Karen Cambridge of New York, Bloneva Scott of Palm City, Nesbit
Davis of New York, Hirum Johnson, Angela Davis of South Carolina, Linda
Davis of Virginia, Millie & Gloria of Miami, Angelina Bevans of Freeport,
Paula & Renee Robinson, June & Crystal of Thompson Lane, Aniska McSweeny
of the Cayman Island, Vania Knowles, Phillipa Farrington of Abaco, Rochelle,
Sheena, Peter, Rudy, Ferander Duncan, Ethlyn, Goldie, Ian, Giddeon Pinder,
Nathan & Genavie Pinder, Sheba Cooper, Delores Pinder, Jeffrey Pinder,
Emily Hall, Claudine, Keith, James, Delores, Desmond Pinder, Deidre, Astrid
Femander, Chrisma & Samantha Ferander, Andrea Saunders, Anthony Pinder,
Don Pinder, Helen Bell, Prisilla Scavella, Gershum, Blen Gibson, Cephas &
Antoinette Pinder, McClain Pinder, Tommy & Louise Pinder, Junie Stubbs,
Susan Pinder, Penny Seymour, Yvonne Pinder, Darren, Riccos, Averlena
Pinder, Ulene Johnson, Freddy Johnson, Susan McCardy, Marilyn Rolle,
Latoya Gibson, Ternille, Tia, Vashti, Maxine Pinder, Robert Farrington,
Audrey Farrington, Mae Cambridge, Mena Ranger, Glendamae Ranger, Bessie
Dean, Rev Lambert Farrington of Hatchet Bay, Sherry & Somone Scott of
New York; cousins-in-law, Gina Pinder, Ella Farrington & Dolores -Pinder;
god-mother, Constance Lewis & Family; god-sisters, Debbie Colebrook,
Lashanda Petty, Shaquita Bell, Denice Young & Naquel; god-brothers, Bradley
& Brian Young; god-children, Trevor Pinder & Wilfred Mullings; special
family, Jamie Daniels, Crystal Duncombe, Etta & Charlotte Culmer, Betty
Major, Melvese Bethel, Janet Rolle, Nicolle Rolle, ChristiteBarr,,Lavaughn
Young, Beuhla Jameison, Veronica Capron, Nathalie Nelson, Queenie Butler
& Family, Rosetta Clarke, Cleo Edgecombe, Lasette Newton, Ben & Manerva
Delancy, Neville Woodside & Family, Sylvia Ross & Family, Maria Forbes
& Family, Our Lady's Church Family, Dereck & Betty Bowles, Bertie Carey,
Mr. & Mrs. Edison Neely, Bishop Theo Stuart & Family, Mr. Cedrick & Lonie
Rolle & Janene McQueen; other relatives and friends include, the entire
Hatchet Bay Family, St. Stephens Baptist Church, St. Marks Methodist & All
Churches in Hatchet Bay;, the entirg;Gibson-Family of Eleuthera including
Paulette Gibson of Savannah Souniad the entire Pinder Framily of Eleuthera
including Bob Pinder, Lavern, Ellie Bain & amily; tfii entire Armbrister
Family of Nassau; the Entire Staniard Creek Community Family; the Woman's
Branch of the P.L.P.; Grants Town Branch of the P.L.P, Rev. Leroy & Hazel
Carey & Teraceta Carey, Bertie Carey, Errington& Myra McCardy, Bernard
& Sylvia Bethel, Daniel & Mena Ferguson, Mrs. Lida Scavella, Mr. Henry
& Rose Woods, Midge Roker, Margaret Johnson, Lil Rolley Andrews, Mary
Thompson of Mason's Addition, the entire Mason's Addition Family including
the SAXONS, Mrs. Jenny Knowles, The Management & Staff of Central Food
Fair, Sandals Royal Bahamian Family, Nassau Flight Services Family, Mars
Restaurant Cambridge St., Willis Jones, Curtis Cartwright, Philip Gardiner,
Stalman Collie & Family, Henry Thurston & Family, Keith Mason, Commander
Charlton, Lieutenant Charmpire Fox, Lieutenant Coakley, Lieutenant Smith,
Lieutenant Rahming, Lieutenant Knowles, Lieutenant Wells, Millie, Angelia
& Family; Sgt Banister, Williamson, Mcintosh, Sands, Corpral Hanna, Wallace,
Saunders, Smith, Taylor, Winters, S/O Forbes, Dean, Bowe, Heild, Knowles,
Archer, J. Stevens, R. Stevens, Cartwright, K-9 Unit Lyford Cay, Officers of
Lyford Cay Security, Officers of Port Department, Officers of Road Traffic
Department, Officers of Grand United Order of Odd Fellows; Doctors and
Nurses of Princess Margaret Hospital, Doctors and Nurses of Doctors Hospital,
Doctors and Nurses Cedars of Lebanon Hospital USA.

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


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CAMERON ZHAVIGO
ROLLE-NEELY, 23

a resident of Bali Avenue, South Beach, will
be held at Alpha & Omega Pentecostal
Church, Carmichael Road, on Saturday at
2pm. Officiating will be Pastor William
Pennerman, assisted by Rev Minnis and
Pastor Ruth Saunders. Interment follows in
Old Trail Cemetry, Old Trail Road.

S Left to cherish his memories are his mother,
Janet Neely; father, Fredrick Neely; step father, Michael Alander Joseph;
three sisters, Monique, Mentonia and Ophilia Green; three brothers,
Reagan Rolle, Jermaine Burrows and Fredrick Green; God mother,
Ellamae Knowles; aufits, Fredica Bethel, Vanrea Simmons Rolle, Ornet
Rolle, Maurdrianna Jolly, Dellarese Brown, Deloris Clarke, Christine
Wilson, Christine Rigby, Magnola and Vararie Bain, Daphnee Neely,
Doretta Bethel; uncles, Wilfred Clarke, Samuel Rolle, Rev Edwin Wilson
and Sidney Jolly; cousins, Tia, Shonell, Dominique and Tony; nephews,
Nicolas, Randy, Marco, Tyrice and Meagan and a host of other relatives
and friends.

Friends may pay their last respets at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10-6pm on Friday and on Saturday from 9 12noon and at
the church from 1pm until service time.



ALIDA LIBERIES
." :JOSEPH, 64

a resideiu oft Pitt Road and formerly of Haiti,
will be heldat t'Joseph Catholic Church,
S Boyd Road, oa, Saturday at 2:00 pm.
Officiat'in will be Deacon Gregory Taylor
and interment will follow in St Joseph's
Cemetery. Tyler Street.

_ -_______ I She is survived by three sons, John, Wally,
and Brandon; two daughters, Linda and
Noemie; 11 grandchildren, Ronald Jr, Rhonda, John Jr., Amal, James,
Patrenda, Simone, Shaquille, Rakeem, Randisha and Randolph; three
great grandchildren, Stephon, Denngelo and Destiny; adopted children,
Ruth, Daniela, France, Emmanuel and Alfred; grandchildren, Aaron,
Princess, Cameron, Makayla, Dando, Sidney Jr, Altiruque, Nathaniel,
and Alton Jr; a host of other relatives and friends especially Gladys
Johnson and family, Norris Family, Audrey Dean and family, Hartley
Dean and family, Bridgette Burrows and family, Franko and Amasa
Brown, Stephanie Rolle and family, Sylvia Arnett and family, Barbara
Thompson and family, Basden and family, Keith Lightboume, Benjamin
Thurston and family, Raymond Dean and family, George Robingson,
and the Pitt Road fainily, Blanche Neely and family, Michelle Hudson
and family, Randolph Basden and farfily, Ferguson family, Pratt Family,
Kendal Marshall, Johnson Family, Eucharist Minister Mrs. Brown, St


Joseph's family, Cheryl Stubbs and family, Glintons family, Wesley
Wright, Copper Family, Raymond Lloyd and family, The New Turning
Point Restaurant Manager and staff, Hon, Alfred Sears, MP, and Hon
Bradley Roberts, MP, Radiology Department P.M.H, Armbrister family
and the Kemp Road community.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on Thursday and on Friday from 9:00
am to 12:00 noon and at the church from 1:00 pm until service time.



NURSE ROSETTA
CATHERINE MAJOR, 93

a resident of #22 Carew Street & formerly
of Turtle Cove, Long Island, will be held
at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, on Saturday
January 28th, 2006 at 10:45 a.m. Officiating
will be Msgr. Preston A. Moss. Interment
follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

*"i-;_:, _; She is survived by, daughters, Brenda A.
Barry and Linda A. Gayle; sons, Wendell
G. Major and Gordon C. Major; sisters, Merle Wells, Mae Major, Lois
"Dolly" Knowles and Leila Bullard-Farrington; brother, Mervyn Major;
sister-in-law, Mavis Major; daughters-in-law, Andrea P. Major and
Marcellis R. Major; son-in-law, Gregory M. Gayle; Oldest surviving
niece, Ethel Wood; grandchildren, Trevor A. Blair, Tracy A. Barry, Joye
N. Ferguson, Kevin C. Blair, Gordon C. Major, Jr., Tina M. Barry, Allyson
D. Sweeting, Timothy O. Major, Candice M. Lightbourne, Matysha J.
R. Maura, Marc C. Major, Gena M. Major; great grand children, Alessandra
Cecconi, Ade Barry, Andre Major Isabella Tyler, Quinn Tyler, Adam
Sweeting, Alaunte Major, Alaina Major and David Ferguson; grand
daughters-in-law, Delta Blair and Lisa Major; grand sons-in-law, Toby
Tyler, Elman Ferguson, Matthew Sweeting, Zane Lightboume, and
numerous other nieces, nephews and family members, Rosetta was
predeceased by the following immediate family members, Paul B. L.
Major, son; Kim Barry, grand daughter; Trevor Blair, Jr.; great grand son
and Dr. Graham Maxwell Barry; son-in-law; friends, Barbara E. Major,
Carleton C. Blair,Dr. Brian Humblestone, Shonel Ferguson, Dr. Gertrude
Holder, Joyce Hamilton,, Mr. John Chafe, Ms. Lyn Grattan, John "Peanuts"
Taylor, Flo Miller and family, Renee Roth, Dr. Ada Thompson, Dr. Ian
Kelly, Dawn Pinder and Family, Godfrey and Regine Kelly and Family;
care givers, Shellee Smith, Jennifer Cansino, Barbara Richards and
Joycelyn Clarke, special thanks and appreciation to: Monsignor Preston
Moss, Fr. Glen Nixon and St. Thomas More Parish Friends Ministry, Fr.
Akelino Blessed Sacrament (H.I.) Church Family, Sister Cerelia of St.
Joseph's Church and St. Martin's Convent and Mrs. Elizabeth Cumberbatch
and Family and Calvary Bible Church.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church
from 9:45 a.m. until service time.


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a resident of Culmer's Alley of Kemp
Road, will be held at Pilgrim Baptist
Temple, St. James Road, on Saturday
January 28th 2006 at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Bishop E. Randy
Fraser. Interment follows in Old Trail
Cemetery, Old Trail Road.


Left to cherish his memory are his
mother and best friend, Fredamae
Thurston Davis; step father, Edwin
Davis; six (6) sisters, Shirley Miller, Rochelle, Sharon & Sheena
Davis, Tiffany & Shadonna Miller; two (2) brothers, Shawn &
Oscar Miller; one (1) sister-in-law, Lakeisha Miller; three (3) aunts,
Macey & Louise Newbold and Antonette Humes-Ferguson; 5
uncles, Robert Newbold, Samuel Miller, Leslie & Basil Humes;
nine (9) nieces, Alexis & Aliah Adderley, Shaniah Davis, Ashaunte,
Ashonique, Alexandria & Kadidja Miller; fifteen (15) nephews,
Gregory & Shawn Adderley, Brinton Thompson, Rotavio Davis,
Shannon Marshall, Shathone Darville, Larono Davis, Latheo, Oscar
Jr, Keishawn and Ashton Miller; grand aunts, Margeta Hepburn,
Ilene Moxey & Hariette McPhee Kelly; grand uncles, Sydeny Kerr
& Bill Simmons; aunt-in-law, Sharon Newbold; other relative &
friends including, Gregory Adderley Sr., Beranease Culmer &
family, Erica Smith, Aniska Martin, Ivan, Elridge, Leevan & Erwin
Deveaux, Dicen Sands, Dwayne and Dwight Roxbury, Dexter &
Dellareese Newbold, Manolo, McQueen and Marcellus Williams,
Robert Jr., -Shyann, Shankarah, Savannah &:Daisha Newbold,
Emmit & Eric Smith, Shantina, Shonique, Sheon, Shelton Daxon,
Devondre Huyler, Dexter & Devonte Newbold, Deborah Campbell
Emmuel & Family, Louise Tucker & Family, Rosalee McPhee-
Davis & Family, Malvese Delancy, Iva McPhee & Family, Princess,
Bertrum, Steven & Linda Moxey & Family, Carmetta Burs &
Family, Minster Blight Bailey & Family, Deaconess Barbara
Ferguson, Ronald Bastian, Amos Taylor & Family, Elva Thompson,
Sybil Sweeting & Family, Rev. Johnson & Family, Bishop E.
Randy Fraser & Family, Pilgrim Baptist Temple Family, Raymong
Claridge & Family, Everlasting Life Ministries, Prince Margaret
Hospital, Male Surgical I & the Intehsive Care Unit, Katrina Rolle,
Bona, Larry, Eddie, Barry Sands,i Clarise, Everetfe, Westey &
Philip Poitier, Kim, Barbaramae, Virginia & Oscar McPhee, Patsy
& Hubert Roker, Chris, Everette, Scottie, Beverly, Wayne, Dicey,
Bernard & Eloise Davis, Dr. Debbie Rhain & Virginia Domianos.

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


Edward Joseph
Russell Sr.,


"Billy"
73


a resident of Meadows Blvd., Winton
.. Meadows, will be held at
Transfiguration Baptist Church,
.. Market & Vesey Streets, on Saturday
28th January, 2006 at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Stephen
E. Thompson, assisted by Rev. Brazil
'' McDonald, Rev. Basil Johnson, Rev.
Sherma Bowe & Rev. Denzil Clarke.
Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memory are his four sons, Edward Jr, Ronald
of Grand Cay, Abaco, Kendal of Cedar Harbour, Abaco, and
Wendell Russell; Four Daughters Porleamae Rollins, Donna Johnson
of Raleigh, North Carolina, Linda Demeritte and Yvonne Johnson;
two aunts, Martha Taylor and Enza Russell of Sandy Point, Abaco;
twenty four grandchildren, Erica, Edward III, Raynardo, Stephon,
Sterrano, Raheem, Rakeem, Emil, Sharanda, Ronald Jr.,' N' Kel,
Zenobia & Letrece Griffin, Theo, Tevin and Trae Rollins, Brandon
& Dreyson Johnson, Lou, Byron, Antonya and Shavaugh Johnson,
Raquell Pyfrom and Sharona Demeritte; sons-in-law, Tracey
Johnson and Anthony Johnson; daughters-in-law, Vedeitta Russell,
Erica Russell and Nicole Russell; godchild, Kevin Johnson; cousins,
Ronald and Judy Russell,,Violet and Jeffrey Thompson, Eric
Russell, Neterine and Revin Johnson, Edora and Pete, all of Abaco;
numerous other relatives and friends including, Vivienne Powell,
Gloria Joachin & Family of Miami, Florida, Drucilla Munnings,
Lolita Munnings, Elizabeth Munnings, Dnicilla Rodriquez, Verlene
& Kermit Mackey, Rebecca Hanna, Jeffrey Strachan, Clyde &
Deborah Bowleg, Lynette Bowleg, Lamont Roberts, Whitfield
Rolle, Jim & Sharece Saunders, Merlin & Millie McIntosh, R.B.D.F.
Harbour Patrol Unit, Mr. Wells & Family, Mary Capron, Gladwin
"Boss" Gardiner, Jane Laing, Comfort & Taylor Street Family,
Sandra Evans, Fredlyn Munroe, Henry McDonald, Ms. Rolle,
Summer Billy & Florence, Sarah Johnson and family, Farm Road
Boys, Mrs. A. Strachan & family, the Staff of General Brokers &
Agents, Floaters Soft Ball Team, Frank Rolle & Family, Eldred
Saunders, Theresa Mortimer & Family, Pat Newry & Family, The
Transfiguration Baptist Church Family, Doctors and Nurses of
Male Medical II and Trauma Room of A&E of Princess Margaret
Hospital.

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


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Joan Annabelle
Cleare-Styles, 44

a resident of Pittico Lane, will be held
at St. Gregory's Anglican Church,
Carmichael Road, on Saturday January
28th, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Fr. Atma Budhu, assisted
by Rev. Carlton Turner. Interment
follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
& Spikenard Roads.


S___________ Left to cherish her smile and precious
memory are her husband, Mr.Valone
Neville Styles; parents, Mr. Edward and Celestina Cleare; four (4)
children, Mrs. Kendra Styles-Deveaux, Kendrick and Monalisa Styles
and Sirnate Dean; three (3) grandchildren, Kendrick Styles Jr. of Atlanta,
Kennedy Styles and Raven Douglas; two (2) brothers, Mr. Edward Jr.
and Mr. Michael Cleare; four (4) sisters, Mrs. Gwendolyn Moss, Ms.
Jennifer Sanchez, Mrs. Sharon Sawyer, and Ms. Sherry Cleare;
grandmother, Mrs. Geneva Stuart of Long Bay Cays, South Andros,
seven (7) aunts, Ms. Corina and Leah Stuart, Mrs. Eva Bastian, Mrs.
Eulamae (Euliee) Gibson, Mrs. Mary Jane Rolle all of Long Bay Cays,
South Andros, Mrs. Francetha and Monique Stuart; four (4) uncles,
Elder Hartman Stuart, Gary and Lefred Stuart and Harcourt Gibson;
grandaunt: Mrs. Beulah Stuart of Long Bay Cays, South Andros, brothers-
in-law, Mr. Ambrose Moss of Byrd Cay, Mr. Charles Sawyer, Mr.
Andres Sanchez, Mr. Michael Styles and Mr. Anthony Rolle; sisters-
in-law, Ms. Shari and Lorraine Styles, Ms. Barbara Davis, and Mrs.
Tarvana and Deborah Cleare; son-in-law, Mr. Dawyane Deveaux Pople;
mother-in-law, Mls. Betty Kno kjcs; fat he-in-law, Mr. Neville Styles;
ten (10) nephews,.Antomip, Javear:DDaite Cleare, Jermaine and Kevin
Davis, Jamaal. MunrQe, edenyo..Simmons, Valentino Moss, Samuel
Neely (Lil Sa'm) ain'.illis Haria; 9sen (7) nieces, Valencia Moss,
Donnalee Rigby, Jobina' Arthutidf Bottle Creek Turks Island, Tanarj
Greene, Jemmany, Jasmine and J'adyn Cleare; special friend, Mr. Edwin
Demeritte; cousins including, Linda Duncombe and family Suelyn Stuart
Higgins, Brenda,Carolyn, Anthony, and Andrew Sturrup, Fanny, Patrice
and Denise Cleare, Slyvia Lyndin, Nurse Rosemary Josey and family,
Sydney Cleare, Lynette Rolle, Roshann, Aunty Ronnie, Vemell & Elvin
Lloyd, Jeffery Ferguson, Patrice Saunders, Terecita Ferguson & family,
Marsha Duncombe, Letitia Lightboume, lona & Clarise Rolle of Bimini,
Phyllis & Ellie Ward, Antionette, Lakeisha, Osborne, Meredith, Annesia,
Pedro, Oniel, Patrina, Raynard & Barry Stuart, Anna Neely, Janet
Russell, Norman & Eldon Gibson,Christine Nottage & Portia Munnings;
other friends including, Nonna, Ms. Nerva, Dale Munnings, Cece, Angie
and the Harlem Community; Eloise Johnson & family, Pastor Carrington
Pinder & family, Martha Ferguson & family, Hartley Forbes & family,
Anita King & family, Mr. Saunders, Olive Rolle & family, The Thurston
family, Franklyn Simmons & family, Dale, Standford Hanna & family,
Attny Desmond Bannister, St. Gregory A.C.W. & Church members,
Dr. Morgan, April, Natasha, Lakeisha & Sophia Smith, Arthur Laverity,
Kathrine Stuart, Chuckie, Christopher Stuart & family, Annis, Emily
Rahming & family, Jestina Rolle, Mildred Burrows & family, Franklyn
Stuart & family, Royal Towers Room Service, Staff of Sharkbites, Staff
of Ocean Club Housekeeping, Raddison Housekeeping, Crystal Palace


Engineering Department, Samuel Neely Sr., Mildred Louis & Colina
Insurance & The Bel-Air Community, too numerous to mention.

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

SLeo Ashmer "Cool"
.:-, Ferguson, 64
Sa resident of #521 Pigeon Plum Street,
Pinewood Gardens, will be held at
S Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church,
S Pigeon Plum & Plane Streets, on
c;,:- ; .-.- "Saturday January 28th, 2006 at 11:00
S'' a.m. Officiating will be Overseer
:. .. Randolph O. Deleveaux, assisted by
Minister Daniel Nottage. Interment
follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
I Road.
Left to cherish his memory are his wife,
Martha Ferguson; 4 daughters, Lynette Storr of United Estates, San
Salvador, Veronique Scott, Tonia & Caron Ferguson of Nassau; 1 son,
Tristan Ferguson; 6 grandchildren, Philip Knowles, Garynique Bodie,
Shandice Ferguson, Cleonardo Storr, Kenron & Kenya Andrews; sons-
in-law, Cleophas Storr & Joel Scott; brothers-in-law, Harris Thompson,
Owen Gregory, Sam Dean of Brandon, Fla., Elton & George Dean of
Nassau & Leroy Dean of Cat Island; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Thompson,
Garnell Gregory, Delores, Marilyn Tency, Doreen, Patsy & Veronica
Dean & Ruth Cooper; nieces, Denekah Polhamus, Maria Hield, Shannon,
Shiann & Shirann Smith, Owenique Gregory, Vanessa, Sheniqua,
Denise, Cherise, Shekira, Desiree, Georgette, Candia & Ashley Dean,
Ladecia Mackey & Shantel Thompson; nephews, Harris, Giovanni,
Dwight, Jermaine, Rolando & Jasper Thompson, P.C. 2607 Treco
Anderson, Garson, Antoine, LaQuentin, Rashid, Darian, Calton & Leroy
Dean, Marcian Cooper; aunts, Ruthmae Rolle, Magalene Martin, Rowena
Levarity, Elnora Gibson, Vashti & Clara Stubbs, Inez Farrington; uncles,
Villiam Farrington, Fritz & Reuben Stubbs of Cat Island, Alphonso
Stubbs, Samuel Martin & Wilfred Rolle; other relatives & friends
including, Ian Mortimer, Dr. Sidney Smith, Bus Stop Crew; Gloria,
Opal & Maloine Huyler, Brent & Brandon Hanna, Ashante & Pearl
Bastian, Aristarchus Wilson & family, Essie Laing, Ella Rchardson,
May Adderley, Susan Butler, Mr. & Mrs. John Reckley, Mr. & Mrs.
Eric Strachan, Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Richardson, Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy Rose,
John Ford, Mrs. Lilimae Forbes, Elizabeth Clarke, Maria Carey, Basil
Sandaline, Mr. & Mrs. Starlin Duncombe; Elkin & Theresa Butler,
Annamae, Nadia & Antoinette Richardson, Levette Richardson-Mason,
Perrey & Parris Mason, Niah Morris, George L. Johnson, Samuel Romer
& family, Basil Rolle, Jayson Sweeting, Leroy Richards & family,
Sidney Munroe, Staff of Nassau Flight Services, Staff of Nassau Harbour
Club, neighbours of Pigeon Plum Street especially Myrtle Armbrister,
Lovetha James, Miriam Whylly, Nurse Angie Campbell & Ma Johnson.

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


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Raymond "Rev" Elijah
Thompson, 55

a resident of Gregory Town,
;Eleuthera, will be held at St.
SGregory's Catholic Church,
Gregory Town, Eleuthera, on
Saturday at 11:00 a,m. Officiating
will be Monsignor John Johnson.
Interment follows in Gregory Town
Public Cemetery.

Left to mourn his fond memory are, one daughter, SaraThompson
of Germany; one granddaughter, Samantha; his mother Valerie;
two sisters, Willamae Gibson and Jeanie Deveaux; seven brothers,
Bruce, Daniel Thomas, Paul, Aaron, Donahue and Carl Thompson;
ex wife, Bettina Thompson of Germany; numerous nieces &
nephews including, Cecilia Woodside, Renae, Jennifer, Eugene,
Panston, Bernard, Kendal & Tamisha Gibson, Lorna Sands, Leo,
Lester, Latoya, Lakeisha, Lavonda, Claudia, Benjamin, Thomasino,
Stephen, Paul Jr. Timothy, Davio, Karlysa, Sherell and Kyle
Thompson, Denice and Denzel Deveaux; grand nieces & nephews,
Reynold Rolle Jr. Yoneshia & Yuri Woodside, Walkino, Waltonique,
Waliqua and Walkian Sands, Antay, Antannia & Clarenique Gibson,
Takio, Latario & Laketra; five sisters-in-law, Susan, Cecilia,
Rosalee, Barbara & Sonia; one brother-in-law, Clarence Gibson;
four aunts, Theresa Strachan, Ruth Mackey, Augusta Cartwright
& Veronica Thompson; three uncles, Lynward Cartwright, Wilfred
Mackey & Gladstone Petty, a host of other relatives and friends
including, Bill and Marina Krekeler, Stanley Hall & family, the
Culmer family of Savannah Sound, the Petty family of Governor's
Harbour, Anthony Thompson & family, Philip Thompson & family,
Salomie Cartwright & family, Valencia Thompson & Lorinda
Culmer, Don Wood & Elaine Stubbs, Mrs Lockward Johnson &
family, Willie Maurice, the Thompsons Bakery girls and family
including Zaccheus & family, Austin Thompson, brothers & sister
& families, Mattie Emmanuel & family, James Duck Thompson,
James Buck, Johnson, Cecli Johnson Marie Johnson & family, F/V
The Gregory Town crew, The entire nursing staff, Mirian & Florence
Bell, Patsy Charlow & family, Paula Ellis of Bimini, the Scavella,
Wood, Johnson, Cambridge & Bastian families of Gregory Town,
the entire Community of Gregory Town, Hatchet Bay, Lower &
Upper Bogue also Harbour Island.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Rock Sound, Eleuthera from 3:00-5:00 p.m. on Friday & at the
church in Gregory Town from 7:00 p.m. until service time.


Makell Carliet Williams
Neely, 30

a resident of Soldier Close, will be
Held at St. Bede's Catholic Church,
S Sutton Street off Kemp Road, on
,'. -3 Saturday January 28th, 2006 at
10:45 a.m. Officiating will be Father
Leonard Taylor. Interment follows
in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
I i Road.

Left to cherish her memory are her
husband, Rodney Neely; I son, Antonio Wallace: 1 daughter,
Vincenique Williams: parents. John & Hester Williams: 2 sisters,
Rekell & Tina Williams; 3 brothers, Christopher. John & Oscar
Williams; 4 nieces, Crystal & Onequa Williams; Rashante & Ricara
Fernander; 3 nephews, Alexander Williams; Brandin Johnson &
Oscar Jr.; grandmother, Mae Williams; 8 aunts, Florie Adderley;
Ellen Thompson of Delray Beach, Fla.; Monica Cartwright; Francis
Pratt, Bernice, Doris of Long Island, Valerie Williams & Ella
Thompson; 8 uncles, Theophilus Adderley of Delray Beach, Fla,
James Wallace, Steven, Patrick, John, Philip & Rodney Williams
& Carlton Cartwright; brothers-in-law, Bradley, Darren, Davis,
Kenneth Neely & Leslie Young; sisters-in-law, Jane Bain, Deborah
Strachan, Sherlyn Delaney, Celeste, Dianne Johnson; numerous
nieces, nephews, cousins, family & friends including, Mersay Cash,
Bishop Dudley Kelly, Bishop Curtis Kelly & Clayton Kelly; Ina
Kelly, Florence, Lovinia, Louise Kelly, Urick, Randy, Ismael Kelly;
P.C. Garth Kelly, Anshanique, Deliscia, Maltina Wallace, Sgt.
H.M.P. Albert Mortimer, Era Hanna, Sylvia Moss; Alfreda
Woodside, Shaesie Dean, T'shura Sinclair, Shantell Pratt & family,
Tiffany Butler, Tanya, Shanita Wallace, Rachel Neely, Betty
Sweeting, Queen Adderley, Delores Mortimer, Rhoda Munnings
& family, Angie Munnings, Zindora, Betty & Charmaine of Burnt
Ground, Long Island, Marva, Deneka Adderley & family, Alice,
Marie & Sylvia Thompson of Delray Beach, Fl., P.C. Ricardo
Adderley; Antoinette & Dashan; Dawn Williams, Joseph Pratt;
Monique Williams, Michelle & Vanessa Mortimer, Kevin & Clarese
Pratt, Sharon Frazier, Leslie Young, Kevin, Ken, Travis, Elvis;
Gloria & Gary Kemp; the Rahming family, the Miller family,
Watson family; Gia Charles, David & Bridgette Rahming, Jennings
family, Cox family, Ferander family, Sharlene; Sindear Johnson;
Chris Nottage, Pennerman family, Penny Savings Bank Lane
family, Adderley's Addition family & St. Bede's 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 & at the church
from 9:45 a.m. until service time.


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TRIB 231
1997 CHEVROLET S-10,
6 cyl, 4.3 Itre, Ext-Cab, flair sides,
exterior brown, interior, dark brown, $6,500

2000 MAZDA, 4-cyl, fully loaded
exterior green, interior beige, $6,500.
Tel 361-3684, 423-0859.











BBF 1*435
1997 Nissan Maxima,
5 on floor, A/C, sunroof, leather interior,
CD & DVD player, body kit,
$7,500 OBO
Tel:436-8436 or 392-7110


IF #436
1999 Chevy Blazer,
black, fully power, automatic, in very good
condition, only one owner,
$9,500 ONO,
Call: 361-1928 or 456-8595


Kia Rio- Demo Model,
only 750 KM factory, warranty, applies
$15,000,
trades are welcomed,
Call: 325-0881-2


2003 Mustang
Fully loaded, sound system (set),
and 12" original,
$16,000,
Call: 322-1722 or 393-1954


2003 Mercedes
A-160 elegance, in mint condition, can be
viewed @ Sanpin Motors, offers invited, Call:
325-0881-2
@ Sanpin Motors warranty,
licensed, etc


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


1999 Ford Taurus
in excellent condition, fully loaded, priced right
$9,995.
8 Sanpin Motors warranty, licensed, etc.
S32&0881-2
trade ins accepted


1994 Honda Accord,
make an offer,
Call: IBC AUTO

393-6081


1997 Nissan Maxima,
Tan leather int.
Dark Green ext., A/C, sunroof,
$6,500,
Excellent Condition,
Tel: 324-0530,
Cell: 434-5792


BBF #498
1999 Eddie Bauer Expedition,
needs minor work, in good running
condition, excellent body condition,
$8,500,
Call: 455-0540


Nissan 5 Ferie (Infiniti J-30)
2 available,
$6,495 @ Sanpin Motors,
325-0881-2
License, warranty etc.


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!!!!!


2000 Lexus RX 300 Jeep,
clean title,
$22,000 O.B.O,
Call: 535-1536 or 341-6629


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


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


1998 Ford F-150,
excellent condition,
needs trans repair,
$7,000 ONO,
Call: 436-4320 or 324-7620










BBF #525
2002 Grand Cherokee Laredo,
CD, AC, fully loaded, warranty,
license and inspection included,
insurance and financing arranged,
$20,900 ONO,
Call: 394-5779


1997 Nissan Maxima,
new back lights, sound system, pioneer
graphic CD player, clean in & out,
original alloy rims,
$5,800 ONO,
Call: 427-2121or 455-0540


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


#509
2002 Chevy Impala,
fully loaded, keyless entry,
20" chrome rims,
everything works, tints 20%,
excellent condition,
$11,000 ONO,
Call: 395-4900


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


BBF #518
2003 Mazda Protege,
18" rims, CD, A/C, remote start,
keyless entry,
$8,500,
Call: 535-4225


BBF #536
Boat Trailer
Galvanized Single Axle,
can carry up to a 23 footer.
$1,200,
Call: 422-5475


BBF #526
1996 Toyota Celica,
stick shift, RHD, A1 condition, fully
loaded, $6,400 OBO,
Call: 323-1894 ext. 238 or 357-4027
Ask for Philip


3BF #542
2000 Chevy Tahoe,
champagne, tan leather, 24" rims, sound
system, AC, CD, tape am/fm, air bags, fully
loaded, Clifford alarm, heated seats,
chrome grill, $28,000 OBO,
Call: 364-4910 or 454-4733


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


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truck, excellent condition,
$16,000,
Call: 464-2192 or 364-6195


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Honda Civic,
fully loaded, one owner, CD, A/
pwr,
mint condition, clean title,
less than 30K miles,
4-dr, still smells new,
$13,500,
Call: 557-2727


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1996 Honda Accord V-Tech,
tan leather, sunroof, CD, A/C, P/W,
airbags, auto, 2-dr,
$5,500 OBO,
Call: 364-4910
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BBF #540
1997 Hyundai Elantra,
red, A/C, CD, 4-dr. good
condition, $2,800,
326-5501
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565-1558


1994 Lincoln


white, blue leather int.
pwr eve
$1,30(
17" chrome rims
universal 5
Call: 32




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Continental,
am/fm stereo cassette,
!rything,
)ONO,
w/ tires included,
hole, $650,
24-2663


S2000 Isuzu Rode
fully loaded, excellent condition,
$16,000,
Call: 464-2192 or 364-6195


Chevy Lumina,
95 to 2000 parts,
clean interior, good engine parts,
transmission & 4 custom wheels & tires
Call: 436-1569


1996 Cadillac Sedan Deville,
champagne, good condition,
tan leather inside, wood grain finish,
G.5 tints, low mileage,
CD & surround sound,
Call: 544-5005,
377-8374, or 325-1804


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2001 Lincoln Navigator,
32V Intake V8, clean leather int. 2 TV
sound system, remote control everything,
22" rims, brand new tires, chrome all over,
Call: 359-7597 or 436-8883


1995 Honda Civic,
white, 17" rims, CD, everything works,
good condition, A/C, automatic,
$4,000 ONO,
Call: 325-4824


1997 & up Nissan Serenas & Kia Carnivals,
prices starting from
$5,000,
Come and see them at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2.
Trades are welcomed.


BBF #555
2001 Dodge,
15 Passenger Bus in Mint Condition,
loaded, Trades are welcomed.
License, Warranty Etc.
Come and see it at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2.


BBF #556
2000 & up Chevy -1500 + S-10's
Available, Regular & Extended Cars, very nice
@ Sanpin Motors. Trades are welcomed.
Call: 325-0881/2.
License, Warranty Etc.


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Nissan Laurels,
only a few left, priced right,
$5,995,
Trades are welcomed at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2. .
License, Warranty Etc.


2000 Volvo S-40,
A super Deal!, $12,995 @ Sanpin
Motors.
Come on down to See it!
Ph. 325-0881/2,
Trades are very welcomed.


2004 Ford Explorer XLT,
7 seater, leather + loaded, Ext. Bronze
Color, Int. is tan @ Sanpin Motors,
Ph. 325-0881/2,
Licensed, Warranty Etc.
Trades are welcomed.


2000 & up Ford F-150's & Rangers,
Regular Cabs & Extension Cabs, also 4-doors
available @ Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2.
Trades are welcomed.
License, Warranty Etc.


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1996 & up, Nissan Sunny's
starting $5,500 @ Sanpin Motors,
Ph. 325-0881/2, Licensed,
Warranty Etc.
Won't last long!


Nissan Cefiros,
only 2 left @ $5,995 & loaded. See them
@ Sanpin Motors, Call: 325-0881/2.
Trades are welcomed.
Licensed, Warranty Etc.


REGATTA TIME!!!
1995 Larson 32' Cabin Cruiser,
2 mercury cruiser, just rebuilt engine,
central air, sleep 6, Generator,
shower, fridge, stove, GPS
$50,000,
Call: 395-9154


1995 Toyota Corollas
starting $5,500 @ Sanpin Motors,
Ph. 325-0881/2, Licensed,
Warranty Etc.,
Come and get one!


1998 Honda Civic
in Mint Condition priced
$7,500 @ Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2,
Licensed, Warranty Etc.


1999 Buick,
green, need transmission, leather int. A/C,
fully pwr, CD & tape, new paint job asking
$3,000 ONO,
Call: 436-7895 or 364-0008


1995 Toyota Tercel,
CD, clean,
$4,200,
Call: 423-2573


Nissan Primeras
starting $5,250 at Sanpin Motors,
Ph. 325-0881/2, Licensed,
Warranty Etc.,
Supplies are Limited!


1994 Honda Accord EX,
green, fully customize,
$8,000 ONO,
Call: 324-6356


BBF #580
2000 Oldsmobile
black w/grey leather int. pwr windows and doors,
sunroof, A/C, CD, $8,000 OBO,
1998 Chevy Monte Carlo
$7,000 OBO,
2001 Ford Mustang OBO
Call: 454-7389


2002 GMC Envoy,
fully loaded, excellent condition, 20'
chrome rims, asking
$16,000 ONO,
Call: 328-3347


2003 Lancer
A/C, chrome rims, CD, very clean int. fully
powered, excellent condition, $11,500 ONO,
also 02 Dodge Neon,
RT standard shift, 5 CD changer,
$7,500 ONO
Call: 362-0174 or 477-7507


1998 Honda Civic,
white, CD, pioneer surround sound, A/C,
excellent condition,
$6,500,
Call: 456-9025,
1st come 1st served


TRIB # 210
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
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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


TOYOTA CAMRY
Silver with blue interior
$3,000.00 as is OBO
Make an offer
Tel: 324-7112
Cell: 525-0324


3BF #568
2003 Nissan Platina,
only $7,995 and up. WOW! On the spot Bank &
Insurance financing, Call Sanpin Motors @
325-0881/2,
Trades are very welcomed,
Warranty, License etc.


1997 Asia Rocta,
Come down to Sanpin Motors. Make an
offer! Let's get you in this Jeep today!!
Ph. 325-0881/2. Bank & Insurance
Financing available.


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BBF #581
1995 Nissan Sentra,
alarm, A/C, cassette,
$1,500 ONO
Call: 426-9862,


BBF #578
1995 Buick Lesabre,
A/C, CD, 20" rims, just in from U.S.,
$6,300 ONO,
94 Lexus ES 300, A/C, CD, 10 disc CD
changer, alarm, good condition,
$6,000 ONO,
Call: 324-0316,


11B #114
2002 CHEVROLET TAHOE
Champagne 24" wheels, tan leather interior
Only 33,000. miles. Super clean vehicle,
show room condition
$35,000.00
Tel: 427-0737/426-5003 or 323-3894








TRIB # 239
2002 Chrysler Town & Country
Car for sale:
53,000 miles Good condition
7 places, Rear Air Conditioning
$14,900 OBO
Call 422 6598


HIB # 254
2000 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY 2
Black with tan interior,
V8, 18" wheels, cold AC
$16,500.00
Tel: 394-6067 Cell: 557-5200


siIver witn grey intenor
$15,000.00 ONO
Automatic, excellent condition, well kept, one
owner, garage kept
Tel: 324-3140 Cell: 557-9877


Red with grey interior
$6,000.00
54,000 miles, Alarm, power windows,
power lock, CD player. Runs smooth!
Need to sell
Tel: 434-5374/455-3596


RIB #132
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



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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
Call: 364-4334/357-7105


TRIB #168A
1997 HONDA CIVIC
Red with black/grey interior, 2 door, low miles
AC, 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


#159
2003 HAOJN HJ150-3
Blue/ Silver, Cruiser 150CC
$1,900.00 Low miles
Call: 557-2876


TRIB #165
2003 HONDA ACCORD V6
2 door coupe,
Silver with black leather interior
$22,500.00
Fully loaded, 5 disc CD changer,
sunroof, clean title
Tel: 322-3867/ Cell: 436-9000 or 557-2723


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)

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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
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1996 NISSAN SENTRA
Light blue with dark
grey leather interior,
$4,000.00
AC, CD player,
Running in good condition
Tel: 328-0048 ext 21
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1996 GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP LTD
White with beige interior.
Excellent condition,
110.600 Mileage. USD 6,000.00
Tel: 502-7917 or 363-4528(weekend)

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TRIB #207
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


2002 HONDA ACCORD
Silver with grey leather interior
$12,000.00 ONO
Very good condition, Automatic, Sunroof, AC,
CD player. Must see to apprecitae,
Very low mileage.
Tel: 436-1364


2000 Ford Explorer XLT
Fully Loaded, Low Mileage and
In Excellent Condition.
$12,700.00
Tel: 362-2740
357-5564


.T7IB i.1J -U001 HOIJDA ACCORD
2 door sport, V6 Engine, Green with tan leather interior
S11,000.00 ONO Recently serviced, 67,000 miles
6 CD changer & tape deck. AC,
Tel: 242-341-4869, 341-2338,
Cell: 636-2428, 434-0882










RIB #182
MISSING DOGS
ANSWERS TO THE NAME OF
PANDER AND AFTER YOU
PLEASE CALL
TEL: 356-9459
CELL: 565-3782 MS SMITH
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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








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


SPECIAL II!
1997 TOYOTA CAMRY JAPANN)
white, low mileage, Just like new, AC, runs like
a dream!! This is a one time buy,
Not a problem car!!!
Tel: 392-3027 Cell: 357-4375


1991 FORD EXPLORER XLT, BLACK
Leather interior, /PW, P/D, CD player,
runs great.
Asking $2,600.00 ONO
Serious, inquiries only.
-Tel. 323-3375 Cell 535.9737 -


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


urey wnn aarK grey intenor
$10,000.00 ONO
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 361-6527 Cell: 426-9944


S2003 NISSAN ALTIMA
3.5 V6 Maxima engine,
Silver with black interior
$18,500.00 ONO
low mileage CD player, power
everything,
viper alarm 18 rims,
Tel: 393-8630 cell: 457-1941
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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




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WHITE 2001 HONDA CIVIC COUPE
WITH TAN INTERIOR.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES
ONLY
Tel: 558-5467


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SPECIAL !!!
1999 MAZDA MILLENNIA (TAN)
Low mileage, bose sound system, tan luxury
leather interior with
V-6 engine performance, AC,
Very clean. Must see!!!
$9,500.00
Call: 392-3027 or 357-4375


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TRIB #939
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


2003 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
Silver with black leather interior
$ 21,500.00 ONO
6 disc Cd changer, power windows, locks,
Alloy wheels, sunroof, low mileage
Tel: 393-6218/10
Cell: 557-9841



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TRIB P154
1999 CHEVY YUKON
Jeep for sale, white with tan leather interior,
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


2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER ES
White with grey interior,
Clean and very good on gas, low mileage,
Automatic, CD player,
4 door and fully powered.
Asking $14,000.00 or best offer
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1998 NISSAN MAXIMA
Leather tan interior
S$4,500.00,
$3,800.00 without rims
18" rims, CD, AC,
power windows and locks
Tel: 426-3327
Cell: 636-4567


White with grey interior
$7,500.00 ono
Just in from the US, Automatic. Price for fast sale.
Also see other vehicles at
www.webstreetcars.com
Tel: 341-1515 Cell: 422-0499 or 380-2932


1997 FORD EXPEDITION
Silver with grey interior $9,000, AC, tape.
1998 FORD EXPLORER
white, 4 door, AC, tape, radio $5,500
1997 SIS Honda Accord,
18" chrome rims, CD player w/set $7,500
1999 CadillacDeville
20" chrome rims $14,000
Tel: 364-3691 Cell: 557-1205


2005 OPRUS KIA
Black with grey interior
$26,000.00
CD player, tape player, AC. power windows,
low mileage, Under 3,000 miles
Tel: 323-0001(after 5pm)
Cell: 424-3270( anytime)
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1997 HONDA INSPIRE
Good condition, Silver with grey interior, viper alarm,
AC, CD, tape, AM/FM radio with remote, airbags,
keyless entry, power locks/windows/trunk,
regularly serviced
$9,500.00 OBO
Contact Jason: 325-5335/9 or 393-6627(after 7pm)
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1994 DODGE RAM
White withgrey interior
$5,000.00 ONO
Owner leaving Island, Must sel.l AC, CD
player, power windows, dual exhaust.


999 DODGE DURANGO
Burgundy with tan leather interior.
$13,500.00 ONO
Excellent condition, 20" chrome wheels,
Includes original tires and rims.
Make me an offer Priced for quick sale
Tel: 424-1263
Cell: 322-2142


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1 Dining Rm Set,
6 seats and expands to 8, China Cabinet also
available, sold together or apart,
$500 for both,
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BBF n531 MAGNUM FIBERGLASS SYSTEMS
WITH CHOPPER GUN MAGNUM GELCOAT
SYSTEM BOTH SYSTEMS CAM SPRAY HEAVY
PRODUCTS, PAID $ 16,000.00
USED 5 TIMES, MAKE OFFERS
PH 364-8218/ CELL 457-4078


TRIB #220


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PLYWOOD
@ $21.25 PER SHEET
SEALS
IF YOU PURCHASE ONE BUNDLE (58 PIECES)
OR MORE YOU CAN GET THEM AT $19.00
TEL: 326-2791


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BBF #522
ATTENTION RETAILERS
New 10 in one multi-tool set, stainless steel with
Sa Belt Holsten Approx. 90 in stock_


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TRIB #156 D.A CELLULAR
Razor @ $375.00
Nokia 6102 @ $330.00
Coming soon, motorola SLVR
motorala PEBL
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TRIB #261
PAYLESS WHEEL CHAIR SCOOTERS
FROM $799.00
TEL: 362-6040:
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RIDING LAWN
MOWER
30" Cut 12HP
engine like new.
Cost $1800.00
Your price
$899.00 ONO
Tel 362-6040


'RIB 9151
1992 YAMAHA SECA II, RED
$2,000.OOONO
Street motorbike, 6 speed, clean, one owner
Tel: 324-3140 Cell: 557-9877


FRIB #237
ISLAND UPGRADES
Fast computers starting $899.00.
SSystem with flat panel $1099.00
TI: 424-4140 or islandupgrades@gmaileoom
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Ice Cream Machine
$1,500, Display Ice Cream Machine $1000,
Sandwich Display $1,500, Ice Maker $2,000,
3 Ovens $1000 each,
Call: 341-5472 or 3


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TRIB #139
1992 DEFENDER 70FT x 20FT WIDE
FISHING BOAT
White blue, Iwin GM 871,
.- #5 20 HW generator
F 44 45' Defender, 5000 gallons diesel, 1000 gallon gas,
10,000 pound freezer, water maker, AC, 40,000 Ibs freezer,
Isuzu freezer, 897 engine, A/C, sleep 14, with lots of room,
sleeps 8, Ask for Kent Minnis or Shawn
Call: 5575999 Tel: 337-3014 or 357-1255


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TRIB #234
1997 25.2 FOOT MAKO
Centre conriole wihn win 150 HP Mercury
orlsrore ouiLoard engines Whie h while
interior, Includes spray hood,
T-top, trim tabs, etc, etc,
Asking $27,500.00
Tel Jeff @ 396-4020(w) 324-7856(h)
424-2624(cell)


FOR SALE, TWO HOBE BRAVO
$2000. EACH.
ENQUIRIES PLEASE CALL 362-5291.


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TRIB #199
CALLING ALL ARTISTS,
Crafts ,nd Souvenir makers! Space for rent downtown
in high traffic area.
$650.00 per month
*Reserve your space now. Start making money off your
God given talents.
Tel: 328-3421 for more information.


NEW SHIPMENT
Now Available',
NUT MED
Pain Relieving spray
Arthritis pain,
Inflamation of joints;
muscular Aches,
back pains, cramps.
Call:Tel: 356-2107
Cell: 436-9404
to get your order,
Guaranteed results.


1996 Chevy Lumina,
A/C, pwr windows, cassette am/fm radio,
$4,000 OBO,
Call: 392-2007 or 544-3768


BBF #583
2003 Dodge Ram,
22" rims, four door, grey leather int. customize
sound system, CD, A/C, excellent condition,
1,900 miles, $30,000 ONO,
Call: 328-2511, 454-4302, or 392-0646


TRIB #262-A



PAYLESS
Electric Tread Mill
from $275

Tel: 362-6040


2002 Nissan Altima, '..- 11 .. . v,
20"chrome rims, customized, leather int., $5,900,
CD, A/C, fully pwr, Call: 324-1483
$18,500all: 324-1483
Serious Inquiries Only,
Call: 423-5523
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BBF #586
1995 Honda Prelude,
fully loaded, CD, A/C, excellent condition,
$4,000 ONO,
Call: 326-5008,
423-5200, or 356-2739

aiR3BF #590


Cell Phone Stun Gun.
Unique design,
130db Personal Alarm
and 180,000
volt stun gun.
Be sale on the streets.
For details
call
525-5385


VINTAGE AND ANTIQUE
Porcelain items for sale,
Tea pots, Tea cups, Plates, Figurines,
Collectible items. Limoges, Nippon,
Royal Alberts, Herend etc,
Call 393-0761
between 7:pm & 10:pm
or cell 535-1719 daytime


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997 Chevy Astro Cargo Van,
well maintained,
white, alarm, tool rack,
$6,000 ONO
Call: 359-3125 or 324-6696
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rRIB #213
ACTION MOVIE PACKAGES LADIES
This Valentines Day get your man a gift he can
enjoy over and over again. NO MORE Baskets, or
Cologne GUYS! Get them for your own personal
enjoyment and collection. Hero starting Jet Li, Kill
bill vol 1&11 and more all with replica movie sword.
Packages start at $250.00
Call for more options 394-7159


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OL SKOOL KUNGFU is back on DVD, Enjoy the
none-stop action like you used to
$15.00 each
ALL ORIGINAL DVD'S
395-7159


PITTBULL PUPPIES
FOR SALE
4 months old, had shots.
For more information
Call 302-8473


'RIB #226- BEAUTIFUL PUREBREED
Yorkshire Terriers for sale
AKC litter registered 6 weeks
First shot, both parents AKC registered
Serious inquires only.
Call: 436-6995


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REAL ESTATE



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APPRAISALS
RENTALS
SALES
AFFIDAVITS
TEL: 326-8017, 326-8112
BUILDINGS
SEA BREEZE LANE. spacious
4 bed, 2 1/2 bath house with
enclosed property, $175,000.
MILLERS HEIGHTS, large
triplex, fully rented, was
$250,000 reduced to $235,000.
CARMICHAEL ROAD, 7 unit
apartment complex near Faith
Avenue with incomplete
extension for restaurant and
stores, a deal at $675,000.
EAST STREET NORTH, 2
large 2 storey commercial
building with rental units on
second floor plus back
apartment building $495,000.
NEAR CORAL HARBOUR,
new 3 bed, 2 1/2 bath furnished
house, in gated community,
$240,000.
CORAL HEIGHTS, brand new
contemporary designed 4 bed,
3 bath, furnished house,
central air, high ceilings,
garage, $398,000.
OFF WEST BAY STREET,
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
furnished condos, 2 bed, 1 1/2
bath condo, $195,000, 3 bed, 2
1/2 bath, $290,000.
FAITH AVENUE, brand new 2
bed, 1 1/2 condo, $155,000.
TROPICAL GARDENS, brand
new 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath
townhouse, furnished.
OFF ROBINSON ROAD, near
Marathon Mall, 4 bedroom, 2
bath spacious house with large
patio, ideal for home or
business, $135,000.
GARDEN HILL ESTATES,
attractive 5 bed, 3 bath
executive split level house on
hill-top lot, $250,000.
COLONY VILLAGE, duplex on
enclosed property, $220,000.
OFF ROBINSON ROAD, large
triplex in enclosed property, (1)
3 bed, 2 bath with central air;
(1) 2 bed, 1 bath; (1) 1 bed, 1
bath; standby generator,
$175,000.


REAL ESTATE

LOTS FOR SALE

INDIGO SUBD WesI Bay St
elevated comer 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
60x100 Residential Lots
$42,000, $2,100 Down.
Duplex Lots $45,000, $2,500
CONDOS
Nautica West Ba 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 furn, 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.

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.

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
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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 comer 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 Spacious 7,435 sq
ft. executive 6 bed, 5 bath
home. Fantastic sea views,
tennis court, pool, study, 2 car
arage and much more!
MLS#0321 $995,000
Wlnton- 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 Ill. 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
furnished, central a/c, all new!
Less than 1 year. $310,000
MLS#5394
Apartments with a Viewl 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.
Tel: 393-8630 Fax: 393-8638
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REDUCED! Mount Vernon. 3
bed, 2.5 bath townhouse.
Immaculate condition, fully
furnished, central A/C,
washer/dryer, private patio,
gated community w/pool.
278,000. MLS#5165.
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
NEWI 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. Comer 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, Abaco! 10,440
sq. ft. lot in beach front
development, starting at
$59,995.00
Bahama Sound #2, Exuma -
Vacant lot 80 x 125 Asking
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HOMES
#656 Mt. Vernon, 3 bed, 2 1/2
bath. Lovely, spacious family
home. Large master suite, open
plan kitchen. Quite, safe family
orientated area $450.000
#658 West Grove, 5 bed, 5
bath, Large family style home
overlooking the ocean. Includes
1 bed guest cottage. Roomy
master beds have ocean views.
Pool & wet bar. PRICE
REDUCED $985,000.
#177 Winton Highway, 4.bed,
3.5 bath, bright spacious home
'w/ spectacular hilltop views.
Large living room w/ fireplace,
remodeled bathrooms &
spacious guest wing. 2 floors w/
sea views, pool & patio.
$795,000.
#1865 Eastern Rd. 3 bed,
2bath, well maintained large
home, w/ large enclosed
garden. Open plan living/dinirlg:
Large Bahama room w/vaulted
ceilings. "Price Reduced" from
$400,000 to $375,000.
#1074 Eastern Rd. This 4 bed,
4 bath home is Ideally located
on over an acre of property in a
small waterfront gated
community. Nestled between a
canal & the ocean, you can
enjoy stunning views from all
angles. Comes w/own
boathouse & dockage.
$2,990,000 3io'., ,..,sa
#556 Ocean Club~rEsta~tes -
Brand new, 4 bed, 4 1/2'bath
breathtaking .'ohbome w/
panoramic views'ofthe 18-hole,
champicn'r.p Ocean Club Golf
Course. Iniin.iy pool. hurricaner
proof windows and a Iuily
landscaped yard. $4,860,000
#737 Eastern Rd 2 houses
plus 1 cottage on 1 site, 4'bed,
4 bath house is 55% finished,
2nd house is 2 bed, 2 bath,
beautifully decorated! Cottage
has I bed, 1/2 bath, unfinished
pool. $975.000
CONDOS
#1775 Pilot House, 1 bed 1
bath condo is located near
down town. Views of
Nassau Harbour. Fully
furnished. Price REDUCED to
$135,000
#1056 West Grove Phase 2, 2
bed, 2 bath townhouses. Well
constructed, in sought after
area. 2 storey w/ spacious
interior. Communal pool,
sundeck w/ Jacuzzi. $279,000
#395 Paradise Island, 3 bed, 2
bath condo. Harbour front
gated complex. Immaculate,
spacious & fully furnished.
Covered terrace overlooking
the pool & harbour. Dockage
for 30ft boat. $750,000
Graham Real Estate
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visit our web site at
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#1735'- Harbour, Breeze,
Paradise Island 3 bed, 3 bath
stylish harbour, front condo.
Stunning views of the harbour.
Tasteful & pristine, this
iu\uIous condo must be seen
$1,.1-15,000
#1730 Royall Beach Estates
Condo' at South Ocean -
Luxiury 2 bed 2 bath oceanfront
condo. Spacious & tastefully
decorated. -Fully furnished.
Family island feel $485,000
#1856 Sandyport 3 bed, 3
rbir,.;, :onr Tnhrd floor w/ sea
views fro.r bedroom, living area
& terrace. Spacious & airy.
Being soldfurnished $579,000
#1800 Sulgrave Manor 3
bed, 3 bath oceanfront condo
nestled in the' heart of Cable
Beach. Views' of:golf course,
partial ocean views. Large
private terrace 'Communal
pool, grounds well lit &
beautifully landscaped. "Price
Reduced $575,000
VACANT LAND
#1864 Port New Providence,
20,000 sq. ft. making it the fifth
largest property in Port New
Providence. Provisions for
dockage are included $479,000
#433 Hardingsville. Thinking
about constructing a block of
conrtdogJ2 Hardingpville might
make an ideal location.13
availabloeJots. ranging from 12,
963 sq.,o'xi.c'7,914 sq ft. w/
prices rang ih' between
$155,000 & makingg at
$215,000 (Iplus buyer's legal
lees and :: sIarip ia #509 East Shirley St. Located
ne.il o 11HarIour-Bay Shopping
Ceriire .a.-c:'esbie irom both
East Bay Street & East Shirley
Streets $18 per square foot.
4.132 acres or 179,990 sq ft
Commercial zoning $3,240,000
#437 Old Fort Bay, 150 ft. on
the beach & about 250 ft., .858
of an acre. $3,650,000
#1720 Chub Cay 2.3 acre of
pristine beach front, 2 mins
from Chub Cay Club $850,00
#1814 Charlotteville. Brand
new subdivision, northern side
of Windsor Field Rd. These lots
are an excellent, price for
location nr. Lyford Cay & Old
Fort. Staring at $90,000.
RENTALS
#174 Blair, 3 bed, 2 1/2 bath,
home. Safe & peaceful
neighbourhood. Nicely
furnished w/terracotta tiles
throughout. Enclosed garden
w/pool 3,500p/m
#118 Paradise Island Villa 4
bed 2 bath villa offers w/
enclosed private pool, patio &
garden. Gated community w/
24hr security.Generator. Taste--
fully decorated. $4,500p/m
Graham Real Estate
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pool, enclosed garden, great Laundry room, access to spa, Visit our websiteat 82x100-asking $85000.00. TEL:326-8017, 326-8112
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3R, pool, sea views, large lot, $690,000r,2 BR 2 baths, SOUTH BEACH, Thank ALL our Customers in Chalottevllle Subdivision ROAD, triplex lot, 100x80,
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ors $40,000. -KOOL ACRES STARTING 3RD JANUARY, fully enclosed with security,
-PRINCE CHARLES AND 2006 TO 28TH FEB, 2006 infrastructure going in now, !ots INFANT VIEW ROAD, large
rd, partly enclosedBR, rent Whisperin Pines-2BR/15 MANY MORE WE WILL PAY ALL LEGAL 60x120 start at $84,000.00. hill-top commercial lot running
S ence bath, nicely fumished, FEES, CONTRACTORS ALL Call for an appointment to viewl from street to street, $160,000.
efficiency, nice neighbourhood 16000. COME IN TODAY AND LET RISK INSURANCE AND
$189,000. $1 0. US MAKE YOUR DREAM DRAW PLANS FOR ALL Blue Water Cay, new gated OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
WEST A REALITY. CUSTOMERS. subdivision located on Fox Hill duplex lot 60x115, $60,000.
NEW LISTINGS Sea views. Caves Point luxury condo, TEL 323-0546,326-5468 HOUSE PACKAGES Road South near to Yamacraw
and boat ramp-3BR, 2.baths 3BR3.5 bath, $725,000. Eve 323-2666. STRATING @ $6,500 DOWN Beach .Estates all lots are ABACO, 2 miles south of
in immaculate home, fully DUPLEX PACKAGES water-front, fully secured; Size- Marsh Harbour, 50 acres of
enclosed grounds. $399,000. Dannotage Estates- 3BR/2b, FOR SALE BY OWNER STARTING @ $7,500 DOWN 75x175, prices start at prime property, ocean-front with
enclosed garden, cathedral TRIPLEX PACKAGES $255,000.00 owner financing small beach, ideal for resort
Sans Souci Sea Vews- BR ceilings, open plan, $2,600 rent OCEAN CLUB ESTATES LOT STRATING @ $9,000 DOWN available, and marina, $3.5 million.
house, 6000 sq. ft., plus 1 BR or $400,000. sale. CALL 394-8889, 394-8890,
renovated cottage, $475,000. $ One of the few golf lots that has 394-7799, OR 4/7,380-8010. Southern Seas, new gated FOX HILL ROAD, prime
Homes TOT LLY subdivision located on Bacardi commercial lot, 60x200,
Renovated Historic Estate- WEST UNOBSTRUCTED views HOUSE FOR Road, next to Venice Bay, sizes $150,000.
Eastern Rd., 5 acres with new Powder beach front- 3BR SALE BY OWNER start at 80x100, water-front lots
available. Marina, 24hr WESTRIDGE, Hill-top multi-
dock, beach, rental income, home and 2BR cottage on There is NO OTHER 1,200sq ft, 3 bed, 3 bath House ei- introductory prices family lots with lake tiw
too. Call for details. West Bay St., $995,000. BUILDING OR LOT located in a gated community startat$80,000.00 $210,000 to $225,000.
in front obstructing your views on Village Road. Central A/C, start at $210,000 to $225,000.
OldFort Bay.Ul:.5 Acre Beach Lyford Cay Villa--with dock tiled throughout, laundry faci, Old Fort Bay, next to Lyford ADELAIDE ROAD, 5 acre tract
Lot.* with canal at back!f-:C: al drghts;'pool, $2.6 million. An ELEVATED LOT swimming pool, open kitchen y, gated, 24hr security, on main road price at $150,000
nowl giving you PRIVACY from and living room, breakfast water-front, beach- front and per acre, ideal for housi
now! Lyford Cay Golf Course golfers passing by and no fear counter, carport, fenced in back canal. Lots 75x10 start a p acre, eloen or using
EwingManor-paous. me,-BR, pool and of golf balls going astray yard, fully furnished or $375,000.00; homes start at venture, cost,$750,00 ess
uxurf lown houses with jacuzzi, fireplace, newly unfurnished, situated on a $850,000.00.
xur oin hou th iromrenovated, 3 phone lines, 3 DESIRABLE SOUTH FACING 7,380 sq ft lot. $160,000 obo. $850,000.00.
nereile .w. rom water sources, full house lot located across from For more information call. HILLSIDE PAlR
660.000 generator, $3.9 million, multi million dollar homes on Oam- pm, 393-4663; Bacardi Road, fully developed Iin quiet upscl -
g Vist-4BR/3b, pool, Crown of Lyford Cay- new the beach after 5:30pm 394-1427; residential community with neighbourhood, $120,000.
High Vista--4BR/3b, pool, Crown of Lyford Cay- new Cell 454-4620. Marina, tennis courts, pool and
enclosed garden, sprinkler homein 2 acre estate, One minute walk to the ONLY 4nfo Marina, tennis courts, pooi and
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Preconstruction prices on from breezy veranda. $5.5 One minute walk to UY 100x100 start at $95,000.00. with cottage, $350,000.
harbour front 2 or 3 BRcondos million. NEW BEACH CLUBHOUSE Vacant Land NEAR SEA BREEZE
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quality services. TropicalGardens, 3BR/3b, Apartments located on East St. South, next new subdivision, 51x147,
$240,000. Asking Price $1, 500,000 Commercial Properties to South Beach Estates, duplex $75,000.
Powder beach front home- We buy and Sell lots 50x100; asking SOUTH BEACH ESTATES
designer interiors, Turnkey -Beach front house, Call 363-2712" Please call Ludec $50,000.00 WEST duplex lot, 60x110,
immaculatelr4 BR, Media room: West Bay St., $1.5-Million $59,000.
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plus one or two BR cottage, top PARADISE ISLAND SANDYPORT anytime. Newly developed, Single- large multi-family lot, 53x188,
condition, security. $3.6 million. P ARADISE ISLAND WATER COLOUR CAY Family Duplex and Multi-Family fully developed, ideal for 5
The Residences at Atlantis 5,000sq ft of pure luxury LOT FOR SALE sites available- 100x100 from $ units, $85,000.
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Eastern Rd. -Big property 4 1/2 bath, media room, study LOT #1, BLOCK #7 introductory price! residential lots, single and
with sea views, two houses OCEAN CLUB Estates the absolute best In detailed 75"X145" 3 minutes from South Ocean multi-family, $70,000 to
and garage, $550,000. BRTu key Guest Cottage finishes imported Paris FOR INFO CALL 325-7894. and Jaws Beaches. $85,000.
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million call for details. EAS$1T edges. Furnishings imported upgrade construction, dollar homes, duplex lots $80,000..
million, call eafront houses- from Germany and special concrete drive way, 60x100 start from $80,000.00.
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Cproerties from under Eastern Road, $1.4 million the Lagoon and main high end tiles in dining, inVeases. community 100x100 single and
$propertis from u r aster ad ii waterway entrance to kitchen and laundry area multifamily lots from $95,000.
$200,000 to $999,000. Call Astd Fraser or Sara SANDYPORT.. Boat dock. including bathrooms. For an appointment to view -
Instrial P lot Parker, BRI, Today This is a must see home. Carpet in 3 bedrooms, Tel. 323-1983. WESTRIDGE, exclusive
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from $105,000. Tel: 242-327-7721 Rent $10,000.00/pm Askng $358,000 Gross ono. foundation and plans,
orningglo242-324-1457@coralwave.com Tel 327-1345. Phone 565-9095. $270,000.
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OAKES FIELD:#994 Excellent
location for any commercial
venture, this 23,700 s/ft multi-
leve building sits on an acre
corner lot. Accommodations
include offices and warehouse.
Amenities include 250,000 gal.
rainwater tank, two potable
water wells, generator, central
air systems, store front, service
bay with lift
and more...$1,500,000.
SHIRLEY STREET EAST: 2.4
acres in prime location on Lake
Waterloo. $2,100,000.
EAST BAY STREET: #1671
On 1.4 acres, this recently
constructed three-storey
building (14,000 s/ft) is ideal for
financial or professional offices.
Overlooking a Lake with views
of Montague Bay. Ample
parking. Call for viewing and
price.
WULFF ROAD #2210 12,000
s/ft building on 34,000 s/ft lot.
Amenities include 100 kw
diesel generator, loading ramp,
forklift, offices. Excellent
location for any commercial
venture. Call for price.
EXUMA: #2193 Located near
new Hotel development. 156
acres $3,900,000 or $25,000
per acre.
APARTMENTS& HOUSES
CABLE BEACH #1154 At
beautiful BAYROC: Exclusive
beach residences comprising of
3 bedrooms 3-1/2 baths well
appointed luxury
condominiums. Special features
include private courtyard
entrance to buildings, large
elevator reception area on each
floor, spectacular ocean views,
top of the line appliances,
energy efficient glass exterior
doors and windows AND
MORE...5 Units
available.Prices range from
$875,000 to $1,500,000.
AT ROC TOWER: NEW UNITS
under construction... pre-
construction prices start from
$1,375,000 ground floor to
$3,000,000 for 7th floor
penthouse.
SANDYPORT #2192 Third
floor apartment with 2
bedrooms 2 baths fronting on a
wide balcony overlooking the
canal. Fully equipped modern
kitchen... Accessed by secure
keyed elevator. Full use of
tennis courts, pools, beaches...
24/7 securitypator. REDUCED
TO $470,000.
BORIS CLARIDGE SUBD.
$0035 Recently built FOUR-
PLEX containing 3 two
bedrooms apartments each
with utility room and 1 one
bedroom unit. Property is fully
enclosed and landscaped.
Become an instant landlord all
units are rented! $375,000.
FIRE TRAIL ROAD #0046
Newly constructed DUPLEX
with 2 bedrooms 1 bath each
side. Own water supply.
$250.000.
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LEEWARD EAST #1261 A
welcome change from the
ordinary, this well-designed
spacious townhouse has 2
bedrooms downstairs with an
EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE
MULTI-PURPOSE LOFT.
Recently refurbished with brand
new furniture, furnishings,
appliances (cutlery too).
Amenities include children's
playground, pool, controlled
access, paved parking.
Grounds and building are in
excellent condition. $307,000.
CABLE BEACH #2176 AT
RAWSON COURT 2,460 s/ft
condo. 3 bedrooms 3-1/2 baths,
formal dining room.
Overlooking the ocean.
Featues include controlled
access, beach, seaside pool,
tennis court. $463,000. -
ST. ANDREW'S BEACH
#2187 TWO townhouse units
on 90' x 90' lot. Manicured
lawn, enclosed yard. Located in
waterfront community. Each
unit has 2 bedrooms 1-1/2
baths, balconies, patios, central
air. $275,000.
MULTI-FAMILY LOTS:
WEST BAY ST. #1459 41,113
s/ft hilltop lot. overlooking the
coastline. Private access road.
$650,000. Very negotiable.
CHIPPINGHAM #2198 Just off
Farrington Road 50' x 100'
enclosed corner lot. $50,000.
ADELAIDE #2196 On white
sandy beach. 46' x 191'
$250,000.
SUNRISE BEACH #302
Lovely beachfront lot. Zoned
for 8 units. $270,000 firm.
SINGLE FAMILY LOTS
JACARANDA SUBD: If it is
space you want, these lots are
the largest single family
homesites in the West in a
ated community. 95' x 120'
115,000.
SOUTH WESTRIDGE #1438
On high hill overlooking Lake
Cunningham: 1.32 acres
$250,000. 0.90 acre $200,000.
1.45 acres $275,000;
#1997 4.65 acres $1,000,000.
Zoned for 12 single family
homes.
OLD FORT BAY: A unique
setting with a rich history, Old
Fort Bay's newest available
properties include deepwater
canal lots on three different
"islands"; The community's
Architectural code ensures
excellence and its location
provides peaceful relaxation.
ot sizes start at 6,914 s/ft up
to $29,098
s/ft. Priced form $475,000 to
$3,000.00.
SOUTH OCEAN New
development with single and
multi-family lots. Starting from
$89,000.
Sizes range from 11,700 s/ft to
38,942 s/ft.
CA CHRISTIE REAL ESTATE
Tel: 326 4800, 325 3957


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(JACK ISAACS)
REALTY /
SES 1"78 Y

LOTS
CHARLOTTEVILLE Near Old
Fort Bay Single Family lots: 60'
x 130' $89,000.
'WEST WINDS' LOVE
BEACH Multi-Family lots
$95,000.
SKYLINE PARK Subdivision
16,484 Sq. Ft. Lot $235,000
LOVE BEACH Zoned Multi-
Family Elevation with view of
ocean and Beach access.
26,000 Sq. Ft. Lot $695,000.
THIS IS A GREAT
OPPORTUNITY.
INDIGO ORANGE HILL
Ocean views Single Family lot
60' x 159'. Seconds front the
beach. $299,000.00
OLD FORT BAY Beautiful
ocean views from both sides.
Approx. 24,000 Sq. Ft., 20 feet
above sea level. $1,150,000.
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES:
Exclusive -location with
Beautiful Harbor views, dock &
mooring. Approx. 38,000 Sq.
Ft. $5,300,000.
SAUNDERS BEACH Acreage
COMMERCIAL Direct access
to Saunders Beach, 6.5 acres
$2,225,000.00
CONDOS
BAYROC CONDOMINIUM:
Ocean view condo tastefully
designed 3 bed. 2.5 bath in
exclusive gated community.
Large kitchen, spacious living
and dining room, fully
furnished. 2 pools in lush
landscaped gardens with
barbeque. $1,390,000.
HOMES
RIDGEWAY: 3 bed, 2 ? baths
home situated on a corner lot.
Enclosed yard with pool. 2 car
garage. $495,000.00
CAMPERDOWN: 4 bed, 3
bath home situated on quiet
street off Eastern Rd., separate
living room, dining room, large
terrace off the living area ideal
for entertaining, brand new
kitchen with granite countertops
and brand new appliances.
Central air, alarm system,
fireplace, storage room, 3-car
garage. The grounds are
landscaped and fully enclosed.
$579,000.00
OLD FORT BAY POINT -
6000 Sq. Ft. of living space,
130 feet of white sandy
beachfront. Panoramic views
from every room. Pool side
guest cottage. Fantastic
property. $3,100,000.

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932


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JACK ISAACS)
REALTY
EST. I178

OCEAN FRONT OLD FORT
BAY VILLA: Four Thousand
Sq. Ft. beautiful 4 bed, 4.5 bath
villa has separate living and
dining rooms, large covered
patios, all 3 floors have
separate central A.C. Private
enclosed courtyard lush
flowering trees surrounding
large pool. Private roof- deck
and panoramic views of Old
Fort Bay with beautiful sunsets.
85 ft. dock, 2 car garages.
Totally enclosed with excellent
security. $3,200,000.00
LYFORD CAY: Exclusive
location with Canal frontage. 3
bedroom, 3 bath home, large
pool, extensive grounds
comprising 3 lots. Very Private.
$9,300,000
COMMERCIAL COMPLEX
DOWNTOWN WEST HILL
ST. Three storey building and
one storey building
commercially zoned, property
can be subdivided into 4
separate offices. Total building
area approximately 5,700
square feet. Great location,
GREAT BUY! $595,000.00

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932
info@bahamasproperty.com
LONG ISLAND PROPERTY
FOR SALE
Beautiful 1-acre above sea
level, small hill overlooking the
north side ocean, near
beaches, $28,000 neg.
535-8485.
WEST WINDS
GATED COMMUNITY
Duplex Lots 60x100
$80,000 Only 5% Down
KINGS REALTY
Call Gino, 544-8469, 457-1326
SALE
4.5 Acres Fox Hill Road,
$607,500.
6.5 Acres Off East Bay St,
$877,500
TEL 323-0664.

WANTED
TO BUY
INCOMPLETE BUILDINGS,
HOMES, APTS IN WESTERN
NASSAU. 424-7225.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
CORAL HARBOUR VILLAGE
Dimensions 30x100x25x76
Serious enquiries only $45,000
Tel 327-0437 after 5pm.
LOOKING FOR
INVESTOR FOR VENTURES
IN REAL ESTATE.
CALL 423-5998.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Multi-Family Lot in the Sea
Breeze area. 53x220. Asking
$112,00. Ready to build upon.
.CQntact525-21 3, 356-5030 .


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BAHAMAS
R E AP. LI -V

RESIDENTIAL
SOUTHERN SEAS! New
subdivision featuring duplex
and single family sites located
on Bacardi Road.Web Ref:
9856. Price: $80,000 $95,000
PRINCE CHARLES DRIVE!
Completely renovated cozy
1bd/1bt condo in gated
complex with new central a/c
and hew kitchen. Features
include security screens and
ceramic tiles. Web Ref: 4781.
Price: $115,000
SEA BREEZE! Lush
landscaping grace the fully
fenced property of this spacious
home. 2,100 SF of living space
is highlighted by an expansive
kitchen, roomy TV/living area
and a secluded master suite
with a roomy walk-in closet.
Additional amenities include an
a/c unit in each bedroom,
hurricane shutters, security
screens and a washing
machine. Upgraded tile
flooring, numerous ceiling fans
and a two-car garage. Web
Ref: 10148. Price: $225,000
CHERRY GARDENS SUBD!
Triplex located in good
neighbourhood just after Sir.
Milo Butler'su,. High y
consisting of three .2bd
apartments with IbtWWeb Ref:
9651. Price: $270,000.
JACARANDA ESTATS!-
Gated community -in iweStern
area of New Providerice This is
one of the last multifamily lots
available in Phase ;l.
Underground utilities. Web-Ref:
6346 Price: $260,000
ADELAIDE! 3bd/2bt home in
quiet residential area in gated
community with 24-hour
security. Close to beaches and
home features many amenities.
Web Ref: 9657. Price:
$263,000
RAWSON COURT! Spacious
waterfront condo is located on
1st floor with a large balcony
and partial ocean views.
Features include 3bd/3bt and
wood floors in dining area.
Expansive high ceilings add to
the spaciousness. Web Ref:
10147. Price: $330,000
GAMBIER HEIGHTS! 3bd/3bt
hill-top home delivers 3,000 SF
of contemporary style inside
gated community. Open-plan
kitchen supports grand-scale
entertaining, while expansive
covered terrace delivers
breathtaking views. Amenities
include 9,000SF parcel, home
office, wooden ceilings & tile
floors. 1 bd/1 bt guest house with
kitchen & living area
accommodates guests or
renters. Web Ref. 9633. Price:
$546,000
Ph: 242-393-8618


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BAHAMAS

RESIDENTIAL
WEST BAY ST! 4bd/4.5bt
stunner features high ceilings,
bay windows and fully equipped
kitchen. Secluded master suite
boasts walk-in closets, marble
floors/walls and Jacuzzi. Large
outdoor patio with bar, cabana
and ocean-front pool ideal for
entertaining. Convenient
access to schools and
shopping Also includes alarm,
intercom,-" hurricane shutters
and generator. Web Ref. 5233.
Price: $1.695M
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!
European style' hotel has 30
rooms with bathrooms and a
restaurant and bar. Located
across the street from a public
beach, the rooms have direct
ocean views. This property is
in n'e~t of:lrefurbishment but
has terrific potential. Web Ref:
9659. Price: $1.5M
RENTALS
CABLE BEACH! Gorgeous
2bd/1bt condo located in
beachfront complex with pool.
Features include central air,
marble shower, washer/dryer
and beach access. Offered fully
furnished. Web Ref: 5838.
Price,$(00 p/m.
PRO SP- .. RIDGE!
Beautifully maintained
2bd/2.5bt. fyrnhed townhouse
is located in gated- property
onSandfl D'r . ': Modern
kitchen flifres: d-.-ishwasher
and microwea .,oen. Other
features' inarid i g'. ier/dryer,
central' a/cip, private
balcony & large back patio.
Web Ref: 10067. Price: $2,200
p/m ,
PALMS OF LOVE BEACH
Beautifully furnished 2bd/2bt
apartment, close to glistening
turquoise oceanand beach.
This place is a dream to see.
Web Ref: 9343. Price: $3,000
p/m
PORT NEW PROVIDENCE! 3-
story. 3 bd/3.5bt colonial
waterfront townhouse in gated
community boasts open floor
plan with fully equipped kitchen
and study. Amenities include
sparkling pool, tennis courts,
marina, private beach,
hurricane-proof windows and
doors, ceiling fans, a/c, covered
patio and balcony with ocean
views. Web Ref. 9876. Price:
$4,800 p/m
DICK'S POINT 3bd/3.5bt
condo in gated community
overlooking Montague Bay.
Central a/c, tiled floors, tennis,
pool, boat slip. Offered fully
furnished. Web Ref: 6159.
Price: $5,500 plm
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs







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REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE | REAL ESTATE FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT
I'AUL R.i 1 Ir 3 DUPLEX PROPERTY EFFICIENCY OFF CHARLES FOR RENT
-1 "BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH PER WEEK. $480 TO MOVE Breeze, one bed, furnished Apt
t F$55;000 EACH IN. EVERYTHING INCLUDED. central A/C, washer & dryer,
TEL 324-2208, 341-0986. TEL 394-5093. water included, private parking,
Sfp 1 $650.00 monthly, 1st & last
REAL STAT i 4-BED, 1-BATH HOUSE. EXCAVATORS RENTAL, moth rent + sec. BOURN
House PD ISE BALLS ALLEY, Off Shirley St. DAILY, WEEKLY OR HOURLY ALSO LIGHBOURN REALTY
Houses c Property: 50'X130' Fenced-in. CRANE RENTAL, Two bed, one bath, semi
Cable each no c cramped . Being lived-in. $55,000 NET. DAILY WEEKLY OR HOURLY. furnished, central A/C, washer Rentals
sea view and poo view! Treasure .............. .........3644612. TEL 361-1828, FAX 361-8141. & dryer, water included, private TREASURE COVE.3 bed, 2
flat w/sea view and pool view! Treasure Cove 1200- parking, $800 monthly, 1st & bath newly renovated home.
$495,000 Furnished 4 Dedroom / 2 BUSINESS Faith Gardens last monthrent + sec. Screened porch, fumished,
bathroom home on culdesac stainless steel appliances.
Coral Harbor furnished 3 Open plan, iarge master suiie, FOR SALE Like new. 3.:ed'2baih house Tel 324-3387 after 6pm stainless steel appliances.
bedroom house; on canal are covered patioan more e roghou. a/c in each weekdays/ weekends any time. $3,200 month
w/pool and guest house $370,000 Gross OWNER RELOCATING room, burglar bars, hurricane FULLY FURN'ED EFFIC APT, NEW! Blair Estates -
$925,000 CLOTHING STORE shutters, carport, large Sandilands Village Rd, off Fox Spacious 3 bed, 2.5 bath
Callus at...... 394-2650 Westward Villas 1204- FOR SALE backyard, 3/4 fenced-in, ll Rd water included, phone, executive home with large pool,
Furnished 1 bedroom / 1.5 Men Urban Wear and Ladies Appraised @ 180,00.00, cable ready, A/C unit. Ceiling well landscaped, generator
GLENVENO'S bathroom cottage in the heart Clothing Asking $170,000.00 o.n.o. fans, sec bars, no kids, quiet $3,600.00 month
MARKETPLACE of Cable Beach. Features EXCELLENT LOCATION. onact -2 area. First, last and sc dep. Call
include custom kitchen, SS GREAT INVESTMENT. 364-3555. Must see to NEW! St. Andrews Dr. Fully
TEL 356-0894,395-4801 appliances, tile throughout, TEL: 364-0085,525-2193. appreciate. furnished 2 bed, 1.5 bath, 900
large bedroom w/ ensuite bath. sq. ft. townhouse w/ pool
S$205,000 Gross OWNER LEAVING ISLAND FULLY FURNISHED $1,350.00 month
LANDSCAPING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
High Vista 1179- Fum. 3/2.5 FOR SALE OF BELLOT ROAD. NEW! Commercial Village
S family home on large, comer Customers, tools, all $150/WEEK. $250 SEC DEP. Rd. 800 sq. ft. office / shop
NEW YEAR lot. Lare kitchen, bonus room, equipment, truck, workers, 500 M WATER, LIGHT TELEPHONE space $1,500.00 month
Et Y R rear patio and shed. $301,000 flower plants. MANAGEuENI R ENTALS AND A/C INCLUDED.
Get Your Gift Gross 436-6851 (Cell) TEL 341-3705. Cable Beach 3 bed, 3 bath
5% Down Payment 323-7859(Office) FOR RENT home w/ office, beautifully
HOUSE PACKAGES! Queen's Street 1188- Prime FULLY FURNSHED ne landscaed with pool. Asking
3-bed, 2-bath, living, dining, location, 4/4 home npe for o R WESTRIDGE: GATED bI bedrooms, one bathroom, living $3500 per month
kitchen, carport, utility office conversion! Well built but I R- IR' COMMUNITY Fully furnished and dining rooms, air
$140,0 in need of some TLC. Pnced 2-bed, 2.5-bath Townhouse, conditioned, ceiling fans, sec Blair Estates 2 bed 2 bath
$140,wo.00 nr ht at $4950 Goss 1 BDRM Apartment in Little central-air, laundry facilities, bars, cooking gas and water apartment w/ own yard space,
2-bed, 2 bath without carport ght $495 Gross Blair. Newly renovated. Fully pool. $1,500.00. incl apartment for rent. Call laundry $1500 per month.
$120,000.00 ear's R F furished.. Water included.1 341-0331, 456-6165.anytime.
3bed, 2b itht arport4/3 home ideal for residential or Cable reay Laun ry facilitie CABLE BEACH: Furnished 2- FURNISHED APARTMENT HOUSE FOR RENT. $750.00 a
128,000.00commercial use. Great Convenient ghbourhood Ideal foQuiet belaundry faces, $1C, ceiling fans,000.00 with two bedrooms, one month 3 bed, 1 bath first and
DUPLX PACKAGES location, solid and in great proessionals. $850 p.m. Call: Water incl. bathroom, living & dining last month. $500 sec dep newly
DUPLEX PACKAGES condition! $379,000 Gross 94 a. $ mater c. rooms, air conditioned, ceiling renovated or rent to own. Down
Complete Price $175,000.00 ($3,500 per month rent) MONTAGU: FURNISHED ONE fans and security screen. payment $7,500. 356-8806.
Owner side: 2-bed, 2-bath MUST SEE BRAND NEW BEDROOM APT CEILING Located West Bay Street, Call
Rented side: 2 -bed, 1-bath Camerdown 1164- Partiail beautiful spacious apt off BEDROOM APT CEILING 324-2576 anytime. HOUSE IN TREASURE COVE
Sw/$20,000 worth of Furniture furnished 4/3 on elevated Carmichael Road. C/A, ceiling FANS.$575. WATER INCL. This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom
(with fumiture $195,000) enclosed property. Custom fan, fridge, stove, washer & NASSAU EAST:UNFURNI- FURNISHED ROOM WITH house with separate living and
kitchen, top of the line dryer, s/screens, & water EAST:UNFUR NI- BATH IN PRIVATE HOME. dining rooms is set within the
Owners with lots in the appliances, newly tiled, custom included SHED TWO BEDROOM APT LIGHT, WATER AND CABLE secure gated community of
following area:- molding and more Reduced Two 2-bed, 1-bath, $800/m, WITH A/C, CEILING FAN, INCLUDED. $135 PER WEEK. Treasure Cove. Treasure Cove
Faith Gardens, Golden $475,000 One 3-bed, 2 1/2-bath, BASIC CABLE SERVICE, 393-6102. offers (24 hour security) a
Gates, Garden Tillas a ; $1,200/m Avail Feb 28. ENCLOSED YARD. $800.00. large park, a playground, and
YES, WE WANTO BUY an67 Partially Ms Forbes (day) 323-4488 WATER INCLUDED. SHAMPOO ASST & NAIL beach access (which can been
YOUR LOT! fished, 4/3.5 canal front 323-4495/6, or eve 362-1008. LEEWARD EAST: NEW TECH / BOOTH RENTAL seen from the front of the
YOURtownuLOT with enclosed LEEWARD EAST, NEW_- NEED URGENTLY. 328-3791. house looking left) and only 35
Call today' Bahama-room, spacious patio, BRAND NEW one bed Spacious 2-bed, 2.5-bath metre walk, away. This house
356-0894, 395-4801 dock and morel $599,000 apartment on Marshall Rd townhouse, with appliances, SEA BEACH ESTATES is for rent at $3,240 pe month.
.j- unfurnished $600 and furnished cental-air, ceiling fans, laundry Efficiency fully umished wa The living area of the house is
PROPERTY FOR SALE Ocean Place 2143- Paradise $800. Walking distance to the facilities $2,000.00. Very nice. cable, AC, elec, burglar bars & 1,584 sq ft. The house is in the
Bahamas West, Island'sn:ewest, most exclusive beach. Phone contact 364- television. $850 per month. "uietist area of the Treasure
Off West Bay St. 100x230, residence. World class finishes 1841, or 326-4660. TURNQUEST PROPERTY 422- 2604/327-0232. Cove community. Please call
Tel 361-5272. 361-5642. and amenities! Now taking MANAGEMENT GOING TO ORLANDO? One 322-8771, ask for Mr Smith.
_____reservations. Starting from the FURNISHED, SPACIOUS, 1 324-3060 two-bedroom Condo and OFFICE SPACE. Ideal for
FOR-SALE OR REIT low $800,000's to over 2 bedroom apartment, Fox Hill. Condo Efficiencies are
SANDYPORT- Beach Lane million. Sec screen, A/C and water EAST BAY STREET, spacious Condo Effiiencies are professionals. Downtown lots of
Fully furnished -bed -bath -Lots- included, $600 a month $200 2-bed, 2-bath, beautifully available for rent for one week, parking. Phone 362-2731,
Fully furnished 3-bed, 3-bath -Lots included, $600 a month, $200 famished, 5th Floor, quiet at Westgate Lakes in Orlando, p ng.
penthouse Apt wiln beautiful Charlotteville- Gated sec dep. Call 324-5658 after furnished, 5th Floor, quiet at Westgateake393-8 OR A P
views of the canal and ocean, community in the west. Great 6pm, Mon-Fri. security building, pool, gym, Florida. Call 393-8478. IDEAL FOR A PROFSSIONAL
views of the canal and ocean, community in the west. Great 6pm n. meeting room, lovely har our LUXURY CONDOMINIUM SINGLE BEDROOM APT,
central air, front and rear investment opportunity. Lots FORLUXURY CONDOMINIUMRENT OR RENT ER LARGE,
porches, office facilities, boat. starting at $92,900. Don't miss FOR RENT view, near to shopPing areas. FOR RENT VERY LARGE,
dock, beac, ootenis courts o at $92900 Do't 1,00sq ft apartment, 2-bed, 2- $1,800 per month. Phone 325- New fished luxury FULLY FURNISHED.
and 24-hr sec .Sale $425,000. bath, utility room appliances 0060 (days). condominium for rent in INCLUDES WATER.
Rent $3,500/pm. Marsh Harbour. Abaco refrigerator, stove, washer/ EFFICIENCY APARTMENT for Nautica, a gated community, CALL 7AM TO 11 PM.
Telephone 327-8135 AB4029- 2 large oceanfront dryer central air, ceiling fans, rent Sandilands Village Road Cable Beach. 3 bedrooms, 2 364-7882.
parcels with Sea of Abaco sec alarm, patio, auto gate, off Fox Hill Rd, fully furnished 1/2 baths, one car garage,
frontage! US$545,000 each cooking gas, water, cable/tel enclosed yard, water included 2500sq ft, patio furnished deck, LARGE ONE BEDROOM,
ready. $925 per month (first/ A/C Unit, no children, first, last beautiful surroundings, furnished walk-in closet, AC,
Westridge North Large Multi last month payments & sec dep & sec dep. Please call 364- peaceful, secure location, burglar bars. Water and cable
family lots starting at$189,000 required). Min leasing period -1 3555. community pool, one block included phone ready.
Weswind 6019C- ltamly ar. Located off Sea Breeze from the beach, 15 minutes to $750/mth 1st and Ist month +
Westwinds 6019- Multi family Phone 364-5424. Serious EFFICIENCY COTTAGE FOR International Airport and 10 sec dep required. No children
lots starting at $80,000 inquires please. RENT. CARMICHAEL ROAD minutes to downtown Nassau. or pets. Phone 364-5827.
SIZE:___ 1 1 F lsi t ,WEST OF BACARDI ROAD, Close to Cable Beach golf
MILLENNIUM GARDENS SEMI-FURNISHED, AIR lose abe ad ts OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Ec ive Lubbers Qartrs. Newly built 3 bed, 2 bath, fully CONDITIONED. ALL curse. Lease and eposi CENTRALLY LOCATED,
Abaco047-1 lot left, 90x126 fumished house. Furniture UTILITIES INCLUDED required. 393-1179 day's an NEA TOWN,
with dock and beach access. includes: Fridge, electric stove (ELECTRICITY, WATER, openings. $3,a5 a SAFE ENVIRONMENT,
WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN $69,900 washer & dryer, living room ABLE). $500 PER MONTH, a IDEAL FOR OFFSHORE
HOME suite and dinette. Carpeted 1ST AND LAST MONTH RENT h fr a BUSINESS, OR SMALL
3,500 DOLLARS DOWN For more saes listing callfloorceramic tiles AND $200 SECURITY LARGE FOUR-BEDROOM BUSINESS WITH
Once approved you will be in Paradise Real Estate 325-3000 bedroom floors, ceramic tiles
Once approved you will be in Paradise Real Estate elsewhere. Asking $1,500 per DEPOSIT. TELEPHONE 362- CONDO AVAILABLE 2-3 EMPLOYEES,
your own ome in just 12-16 Or visim.m month. First and last month 2251 LEAVE A MESSAGE FOR RENT FOR ONE WEEK UTILITIES & CLEANING
weeks. www.paradebahma.com plus sec dep of $700 required. NAME AND NUMBER. AT WESTGATE LAKES IN INCLUDED.
Tel 242-323-0548, 322-3123, Contact 341-7723 after 6pm, or DOROTHY MONCUR, ORLANDO FLORIDA. $27 PER SQ FOOT.
ask for Ms Cox. 357-7348 during the day. TELEPHONE 362-2251. CALL 393-8478. CALL 325-7595, 9AM-SPM.







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MARSHALL ROAD. SOUTH NEWLY BUILT 2. 2 .ecoom ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY SHOP/OFFICE FOR RENT
BEACH wesl of Fa3lh Avenue. AIp. ,ell.ng Ians A'C. Idea equipped wv :enlril ir wier ,Sngie orey DuiIdirg on rme
/ ,- \ HairV.a,, Viery spacious. fully IhrougrouI. waler included inlud.d $550 per monih Fist. cornerr Co Kemp Road ar
S- A .C uiurr.i-hed studio aparminrl llr, $ 50 Lazairel Road Proner laIs and $300 sec ,lep required p im Road IBr 20 orne r
JALCK ISAA. CS separate kitcnen and bathroom, 3-11-65.2. Star Estates Orl Prince Charles Hign traffic area. Prime
S REALTY / A/C, ceiling fan, burglar bars, NEWLY BUILT very spacious Call 5573207 for viewing, location: Formally Snack Food E R "
s-,-. <' enclosed yard; three hundred 2 bedroom apt. Off C.W. ONE BEDROOM,furnished Wholesale security bars and .
-"uSv yards from the beach; quiet Saunders Highway with alarm, apartment, water, light, cable, central air. $900 per month. It ,, L-i aT
area; ideal for single person; no central air, water, fridge & A/C, burglar bars included Phone 394-1098 after5pm. VACANTLOTS
RENTAL children no pets; $650 stove enclosed yard included. $625, first & last, $300 sec. POOL HOUSE on private 3530 Ocean Club Estates:
BLAIRE AREA : Charming 3 monthly; light, water and cable $800 per month. 324-7293. Phone 392-3619 call between estate in gated community, one This hard-to-find gem can
bed, 2 bath home situated in included; first, last and one Available Now 18th. 8am& 8:30pm. bedroom, very large, well transform your drea of a
lush tropical neighborhood. month's security. Phone 380- bedroom, very large, well transform your dream/ of a
Swimming pool. Minuets from 4405. NEWLY WEDS, Efficiency ONE VERY LARGE 1-BED decorated and maintained, beachfront estate in the
hopping and private schools. Condos are available for rent Apt, refrigerator, stove, washer, exposed rafter ceilings, large Bahamas-irito reality.
$3,300.00 per month MONTAGU VILLAS APT, 2 for one week at Westgate all white vertical blinds, air walk in closet, available March Owner as the opportunity to
SKY Hbedroom, 1 bath, air Lakes in Orlando, Florida. Call condition, ceiling fans and 1. $1., 200 per month. 557- build a personalized paradise
SKYLINE HEIGHTS Lovely 4 conditioned bedrooms, fully 393-8478. dining room set with water 4845. from the ground up and take
bed, 3 and half bath home furnished apartment, private uded;able red 600 advantage of the fine qualities
situated in lush tropical backyard space, gated OFF JOE FARRINGTON RD include e ret last$600. SANDYPORT BEACH LANE of this special property. This
neighborhood. Air conditioned community, pool and laundry new 2 bedroom, 1 bath apt, month rent &sec deso. 394- fully furnished 3-bed, 3-bath pristine parcel delivers almost
and security system. Minutes on the premises, cable and c/air, bars, water included. 0813(eve), 477-060(day), 557- vew o tho e cn with beautiful 41,000 sq ft. of otentialfand
from shopping and beach. water included, first last, sec $800/pm $500 sec. No 1059. views of the canal and oean, boasts 21 feet of magniicent
$4,500.00 per month dep. Tel 424-5364, or 454- kids/pets. central air, front and rear patios beach frontage. Being Sold At
7947. Tel 364-7761/434-7850. OUT WEST 1 bed, 1 bath, office facilities, boat dock, USD $4,500,000.00
OCEAN FRONT OLD FORT fully furnished apt, C/AC and beach, pools, tennis courts, et.
BAY VILLA: Four Thousand MOUNT VERNON Apartment OFF JOE FARRINGTON RD llng fns patio, of large and 24-hr sec. $3,500 per 3524 Gladstone Road: 4.829
Sq. Ft. beautiful 4 bed, 4.5 bath 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, fully New 2 bedroom/1 bath ceiling fans, patio, view of large an 2-hr sec. 3,5 er 352 laoe oa .82
villa has separate living and furnished, A/C, apartment Central Air/Security pool, enclosed yard with trees, month.Tel3278135. commercial acreage, great
dining rooms large covered masterbedroom, sec services, Bars/Water Included $800 p/m near beach and s UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath investment. $1,500,000.
patios, all 3 floors have wash house for tenants use and $500 Security Deposit No fo6805 a car $1,300/pm. Tel 326- located in Yamacraw Shores 3525 Rosesland: Seclude
separate central A.C. Private only, water included. $700 and kids/pets Must see to 805or 327-269near beach. conveniently boasting 100' of beach and the
enclosed courtyard lush $800. Phone 393-8257, or 393- appreciate! OUT WEST Townhouses, located to wash house, beauty highest elevations on Rose
flowering trees surrounding 9288. Tel: 364-7761/434-7850 very large 3 bed, 3 1/2 -bath, salon and convenience store. Island. Up to 60' above se
large pool. Private roof- deck pletey furnished y l pctaculr viwsea
and panoramic views of Old NEW 1-BEDROOM, -BATH OFFICE SPACE water completely furnished, C/AC and Minutes away from pharmacy evel! Spectacular views. Sea to
FortBaywith beautiful sunsets. APT PARTLY FURNISHED. included. Upstairs $800 per ceiling fans great view, balcony, and food store. Central air and sea lots. Lots Starting at
Fortview of large pool, enclosed water included. In quite $300000
85 ft. dock, 2 car garages. FRIDGE, STOVE, WAER & month. Robinson Road. Tel yard with trees, near beach enclosed residentiacludarea. Rent $800 per $300000
Totally enclosed with excellent A/C. $550.00 MONTH. 1ST & 393-7367 or 325-4494. stores; no need for a car month. First and last moths 3345 ford Ca: Private
security. $9,500.00 per month. LAST + $400 SEC. PHONE stores; no need for a car month. First and last months 3345 Lyford Cay: Private
se $ 0 pr 3418808. P E OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT $3,000/pm. rent and $400 security deposit estate lot offers its own pivacy
327-0172,341-8808.IN PALMDALE, $450/MTH. Tel 326-6805, 327-2694. required. Available 28th Nov. as well as having thesecurity o
CALL 2005. Phone, electricity as well as having the security of
JACK ISAACS NEW 2-BED, 1-BATH APT CALL356-0545. PARADISE ISLAND re electricity and being in a prestigious and
EAL ESTATE FAITH GARDEN. Central A/C, OFFICE SPACE RENTAL APARTMENT FOR RENT Ca.364-5961 gated community.
REAL ESTATE fridge, stove, stack washer/ DOWNTOWN Newly renovated, one ASK FOR MRS GRAY Dimensions 306.37 (BACK) x
CALL TODAY: dryer, ceiling fans burglar bars, 3 OFFICES, 1 BOARDROOM, bedroom, washer and dryer 43438 (WEST) x 349.49
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932 water, cable & phone ready. KITCHEN, BATHROOM. included within the apartment, PILOT HOUSE CONDO EAST (EAST) $910,000.
info@bahamasproperty.com $800 per month, first, last & 326-2955, 328-0567, 9.-5PM. ceiling fans, air condition, fully BAY ST, OPP POOP DECK
S$600 deposit. Tel 361-5646 furnished, custom wooden One bedroom completely 3523 Lyford Cay: Vacant
LOVE BEACH ESTATE ON PRIVATE ESTATE IN floors throughout, pool, 3 furnished water included, TV, parcel measuring 22500 sq. ft.
One townehouse NEW 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH GATED COMMUNITY, ONE minutes away from Atlantis microwave & dishwasher, (150x150), elevated lot that
Fully furnished, central AC, APTFor rent Gamble Heights BEDROOM APARTMENT, walking. Ready to move in. swimming pool and 24 hour stretches from road to road.
alarm system, fenced in yard (South Beach A/C, security WELL DECORATED AND Tenant pays all utilities. Rental sec. Phone Donald Russell at $625,000.
$1500.00 ONO bars, water, $650 per month, MAINTAINED, BEC, CABLE, $1,800 monthly. 393-2259.
Tel: 359-1260 first and last month rent plus GAS, WATER AND, LAUNDRY Call 302-8764, 393-1048(HP). 3513 Blair: Vacant lot in safe
Re security deposit, couples only, INCLUDED, $850 PER Cell 424-4960 ROONM FOR RENT in a 3 bed and secure community (10200
LOVELY FURNISHED, very 2 children min, no pets. Phone MONTH, AVAILABLE home Yellow Elder, semi- sq. ft.), centrally located
spacious 1 Room. Queen size 361-4035. Serious inquires FEBRUARY 1ST. 557-4845. TELEPHONE 364-2350 furnished light, water, cable, $350,000.
bed, 2 working couples, no only 2-bedroom, 1-batroom, with phone, as rent $125 per
kids, no pets. Very clean. ONE BED APARTMENT for washroom, completely fenced- week. Sec dep $350; $600 to 3510 YamacraW: Residential
Weeklyonly. 00tooei. NEW EFFICIENCY Apartment. fully furnished, water in, A/C in both bedrooms movein.Missarr 535-5263. lo (20000 s. ft.) situated o
$150 per week. Free water, Ideal way to save money, this included, sec bar, A/C, sec dep fridge, stove and washing the eastern end of, the island
light, cable, cordless phone, cost effective efficiency $600, monthly rent $600, 1st machine, $750 per month. SEA BEACH ESTATES boasting views of the sea
fan, colour TV DVD VCR. apartment located on the and last. Carmichael Road. Tel Spacious 2 bedroom, fully $364,000
Grove area. Off East St. Call eastern end of teh island. 361-3187. 2-BEDROOM, 2-BATHROOM, furnished townhouse, 5 min
Miss Kemp, 326-0669. Ret inluband new home all stainlessfrom beach, central A/C,
Fully furnished apartments, UNFURNISHED two bedrooms band new home, all stainless from beach, central ,C 3513 Blair: Centrally located
LUXURY TOWN HOMES gated, property, water, one bathoom,UN living & dining steel appliances, marble floor, burglar bars, water, cable, vacant lot in secure community.
FOR SALE in Pioneer's Court, cable, tak of gas washer & rooms, air conditioned, ceiling e master suite, fenced in telephone, washer & dryer. 10,200sq. ft. $350,000.
Sea Breeze, 3-Bed, 2.5 Bath dryer, secured premises, air fans, sec bars, house for rent. yard in quiet ar ndscapedea. $1,050.00. $1,604/327-0232.
GATED COMMUNITY. conditioned, enclosed yard, Call 361-0166 between the yar in quiet area. $1050.00. 2604327-0232. 3420 Sandyport: Vacant
ASKING $199,000. private entrance hours of 6:30pm 9pm week SHOP SPACE AVAILABLE ST ALBANS DRIVE 1-bed, 1- properties (5887 sq. ft.)
Tel: 525-2193, 356-5030. Required Lease & deposit, rent days and anytime weekends. FOR RENT. LOCATED IN A bath apt, furnished, includes detailing 65'of canal frontage, 2
MARRIED CHRISTIAN $750/monthly. Serious inquiries DENSELY POPULATED water and gas, single person lots sold together as 1 big lot
COUPLE, new 2 bed, 1 bath only. Tel 502-1407(D) 324- ONE BED APARTMENT for AREA. IDEAL FOR only, $560 monthly, first and $275,000.
Apt alarm sys, no kids & pets 4909, 324-5110 (Night & rent, semi-furnished light, water CONVENIENCE STORE, last months rent + sec dep
$75/pm. Unfurnished. Soldier weekends). & cable included, $600 per BARBER AND BEAUTY required 3495 Cable Beach: Spaciou 1
Road West. 394-1441. NEW UNFURNISHEDbe, 1 first & last $300 sec SALON, BEAUTY SUPPLY Phone 326-1514, 356-6484, bed unit, beautiful furnishings,
NEW UNFURNISHED_2bed,1 deposit. Tel 427-9806, or 535- SHOP, CLOTHING STORE, eve 323-8408. fully equipped kitchen, tile
WESTWARD VILLAS/CABLE bath; $650 per month, 1st & 545.. TAILOR "VALENTINES Sfloors throughout, air
BEACH, quiet & secluded last month rent, sec dep $600 CNTAILOR SHOP, ETC. "VALENTINE'S SPECIAL" conditioning units and balcony
ati e-arge 1 be m r GLE FURNISHED ROOM FURTHER SMALL ESSNE RS c itio nd
furnished Apt, $750/pm. Call condition, ideal for shann- for single, matured person.SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS condition Cable d telephone
327-0961. Starlight Estate off Bacardi Rd. No kids, no pets. $375.00/mth STUDIO: APT, ( SMALL ) GET YOUR STORE / OFFICE ready. $1300/pm.
Phone 362-0860 leave Serious calls only. DANOTTAGE ESTATES $150. SPACES ON BAY STREET
OFFICE, SHOP, CLASS message.. Utilities included. PER WEEK FOR MATURED WITH CLOSE PRIVATE 3500 Sea Beach Estates: Fully
SPACE FOR RENT. 324-7141 SEA BEACH ESTATE- 2 bed, Call 565-1510. QUIET MALE ONLY NO PARKING FACILITIES NOWIII furnished and spacious 2 bed
2 bath, fully furnished Apt, 5 KIDS/PETS FIRST LAST + SPECIAL RATES II unit ready for immediate
NEWLY BUILT, unfurnished 2 minutes from beach, ONE BED, ONE BATH SEC $300 ALL UTUTIES AVAILABLE ONLY UNTIL occupancy detailing central air
bed, 1 bath off Hanna Road, $1,700/pm. Contact 327-2728 Townhosue apartment, fully INCLUDED IN RENT. 393- FEBRUARY 14TH ,06 ON conditioning, washer and dryer
Fox Hill, c/fans, burglars bars, after 5:0pm. furnished, water and gas 3667 STORE / OFFICE SPACES AT on premises, and security bars.
tiled throughout, fenced in yard. included, laundry room, THE SHOPPER'S HAVEN ON Water included in rent,
Just 5 minutes from SAC, St NEW, unfurnished 2 bed, 1 enclosed grounds, beautifully TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT BAY COMPLEX. $1200/pm.
Andrews, St Annes, Galilee bath, $650 per mth, 1st & last gassed with lots of foliage, COWPEN ROAD INTRODUCTORY 3 MONTH CALL ERA Dupuch
Academy, quiet area. Very mth rent, sec dep $400 air swimming pool, private paito. St $875 monthly, Security deposit SPECIAL DISCOUNT OFFER! Real Estate
spacious, must see to cond and water incl, ideal for Albans Drive, $895.00 monthly, $500 First & last month rent. SOME UNITS AS LOW AS Tel: (242) 393-1811 or (242)
appreciate. Water included 1st sharing, Starlight Estate off sec dep, first and last months 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, $300.00 PER MONTH 394-1494
& last month + $300 sec Barcardi Road. Phone 362- rent required. Ph 326-1514, washer/dryer, sec bars, water CALL 328- 2366 OR 322-7419 Fax:(242)394-1453
deposit. Phone 364-5443. 0860 message. 356-6484., eve 323-8408. included. Tel 341-3643. TODAY info@eradupuch.com








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DUPUCH REAL ESTATE
www.rdupuehAom
RENTALS
3564 Nautica: Large two storey
4 bed, 3.5 bath townhome, top
of the line appliances, elegant
furniture, central air
conditioning and ceramic tiles.
Rented for $4000/pm
unfurnished or $5000/pm
furnished
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 Providence. All amenities
imaginable are available 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.
3557 Sulgrave Manor: Enjoy
elegant living in this beautiful 2
bed, 2 bath condo, nicely
decorated and furnished with
scenic balcony views.
$4500/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.
3562 Eastern Road: Brand
new 3 bed, 2.5 bath cottage
detailing recessed lighting,
central air conditioning, 20ft
dock space and wrap-around
verandahs. $3500/pm:
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
(242) 394-1494
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com
WINTON HIGHWAY: 2 storey
house for rent, partially
furnished, 3 bedrooms, 3 ?
baths, pool, poolhouse with
bathroom and shower, security
screens, ocean view, air-
conditioned in an enclosed
yard. $3,000.00 p/m Tel: 364-
6645


PARADISE


"Your Gated
Community Specialists"
Treasure Cove, Sandyport,
Old Fort Bay, Lyford Cay
Let us take care of
your family
Paradise Island R2213- Fum.
3/2 second floor condo. Open
plan, tile throughout, impact
glass windows and doors,
comm. Pool.
$4,500
Dowdeswell Street R3035-
Commercial office space and
warehouse, newly renovated,
great location! Call for details.
Cable Beach R2212- Fum.,
newly renovated 2/2 in
beachfront complex. $3,500
Exclusive Caprice R2161-
Fu. 3-4/ 3.5 oceanfront home
with pool and awesome views
$4,000
Sandyport R1189- Fum. 3/3
home on canal with study,
generator, dock and many
upgrades! $7,000
Westward Villas R1188-
Nicely furn. 1/1.5 cottage in the
heart of Cable Beach. $1,600
Camperdown R1173- Furn.
3/2 family home on large
enclosed property. Great
neighbourhood. $3,300 ONO
Westward Villas R2207- New
unfurn. 3/2.5 townhouse in the
heart of Cable Beach! Great
:price at $1,850
Skyline Heihts R1183-
Immac. 5/5 Jakefront 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- Fum.
Oceanfront 3/3.5 townhouse in
ated, eastern community.
6,000
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
Caves Point R2153- Furn.
3/3.5 condo with amazing
views! $5,000
Skyline Lakes R2142- Furn
2/2.5 and 3/2.5 townhouses in
the west. Starting at $2,000
Old Fort Bay R1111- 3/3 1/2
furn home on canal. $15,000
For more rental listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
www.paradisebahamas.com


UNFURNISHED 1 BEDROOM
APARTMENT
OFF MCKINNEY DR
AVAILABLE FOR RENT.
PLEASE CONTACT
324-7352.0
UNFURNISHED ROOM for
rent, single female only, $325
per month, first and last
months, $250 sec dep, water
included. Stapledon Gardens.
Tel 322-4275.
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.
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.
UNFUR'ED 2BED, 1 BATH,
LIVING DINING ROOMS,
AIR CONDITIONED, CEIING
FANS, SEC BARS, COOKING
GAS AND WATER INCLUDED
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
CALL 341-0331, OR 456-6165
ANYTIME.
WINTON HEIGHTS 2 BED, 1
1/2 BATH, fully furnished (incl
dishes, etc) Townhouse (end
Unit) opposite beach. Sec bars,
A/C, cable ready. $1350/pm.
Available 1 February. Also ask
about short-term rental. Call
364-4837.
VACANT PROPERTY
FOR RENT
CARMICHAEL ROAD.
Ideal for Mechanic Shop,
electrical shop, etc.
Tel: 361-5272 361-5642.
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.
SEA BREEZE are 2 bed, 1
bath, central air, sec bars,
water. First $700, last, sec
dep $400. Phone 324-7376,
322-8473,364-3132.
TURN KEY BEAUTY SALON
FOR RENT.
ALL FACILITIES IN PLACE
CENTRAL LOCATION.
REPLY TO N4101.
SEMI-FURNISHED 1-bedroom
Efficiency. A/C, water & light
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, wasAer, on large
private property, very nice,
$850/pm. Tel 423-1725.
SHOP 18x40(720sq ft)
Island Plaza, E Shirley St.
$950.
Tel 327-0667, 424-3330.
PRIME SHOP OR OFFICE
SPACE for rent. Jerome Ave
North.Water included. 394-
Ai23 or 394-8%.,.1ct4 .....


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SHOP SPACE FOR RENT.
$700 PER MONTH.
CARMICHAEL ROAD. 341-
8093, 364-7212 OR 341-6777.

UNFURNISHEE ROOM
FOR RENT IN. PRIVATE
HOME, SINGLE, FEMALE.
CALL AFTER 6PM.
PHONE 364-7638.
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.
Anytime, 341-0196.
UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath
Apt, Farrington Rd. Water and
cable included. $600, First, last
+ sec $200. Call 552-1988.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
semi-furished or unfurnished,
water included. Located on
comer 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 fully
furnished, A/C, elec & water.
Soldier Road, $550 pm. No
children, no pets. Tel 357-8106.
1-BEDROOM APT in
Camperdown, elec. & water
included. $1,000/pm, first and
last months rent. 324-5618.
1-BEDROOM APT Nassau
Village water included. $500
Tel 394-1880 day, or 393-4454
eve.
1-BEDROOM fully furnished
Apt Out East, $625/mth.
Included. water, cable, A/C,
telephone, covered parking.
Single person only. 394-0051.
3-BED, 3 1/2-BATH, SEMI-
FURNISHED OR FURNISHED
NEAR BEACH. SEA BEACH
ESTATE. PHONE 327-4192.
STARTING AT $2,300.
TWO BED APARTMENT off
Saunders Highway. A/C, water,
light and cable Included.
$750/pm. Contact 364-5546.
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.
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
BRAND NEW Kitchen
Cabinets for sale, $500 ono.
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2-BEDROOM
SEMI-FURNISHED,
water included. Serious enquire
only Stapledon Gardens.
Contact 323-5106 between,
9am-6pm.
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).
SPACIOUS 1-bedroom
apartment, available for rent.
o children or pets allowed.
Please contact 324-7352.
TWO 1-BED, 1-BATH APT,
water included. Levell Street
near St Albans Drive. Ideal for
expatriate. Phone 422-5175.
TWO BEDROOM APT
STAPLEDON GARDENS
NO CHILDREN .$800.00
PH: 328-2231.
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-BED, 2-BATH house, Sea
Breeze Est. $1,000 per month.
Phone 557-4333.
3-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
HOUSE
Claridge Road, $1,000 per
month. $500 deposit. First and
last month. Phone 424-0529.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
1-Ibed 1-bath, blinds, water,
as, central ac, burglar bars
600 per month, 1st, last &
$300 security required
Call 422-2143 reference
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
1-BEDROOM, fully furnished.
All utilities, Yamacraw Beach
Est. $595.
Tel 364-4810, 341-5933.
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
Bah. Facility Management Ltd.
Tel: 242-328-BFMM, or 322-
7419.
PO Box SS-19784,
Nassau, Bahamas.
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BACARDI ROAD 2 bed, 1
bath, burglar bars, water and
electricity included, $650pm.
Tel 362-1021.
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.
2-BEDROOMS unfurnished
apartment for rent, $750 per
month. ind: water and cable.
No pets. Call 364-7882 from
7am to 11pm.
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.
BEAUTICIAN BOOTH
available for rent, in a very busy
location, must have own
clienele. Phone 322-2736, or
456-4817.
BEAUTIFUL NEWLY built
spacious 2-bed, 1-bah Apt
water/cable c/fan included.
1st/last/sec $700/pm. Sandra
Ave off McKinney Drive. Phone
454-4931, 436-4100.

BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS -
Studio Apts St Albans Dr. $185
p/week, Included, water, phone,
cable. Pay 1st and last week +
$250 sec dep total $620 to
move in. 3 persons max. Call
Errol Petty 422-4489/325-1408
or 325-4824.
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.
BOARDING HOUSE,
WALKING DISTANCE
FOR STUDENTS
Situated at Charlotte Ridge,
Boyd Subdivision, consisting of
4 bedrooms, 2 bath, fully
furnished inclusive of water,
and light, amenities are internet
ready, arid property fully
enclosed. Ideal for college
students, law students, and
professionals. Interested
persons, please contact 557-
2147,322-3885,502-3869.
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.
1 Bedroom Apt, security bars,
semi furnished, private yard,
central air, water included.
$600 per month. Joan's
Heights, Ph. 341-7244 email:
smpte24@hotmail.com
BRAND NEW Extra large one
bed Apt, central. A/C, cable,
phone, very nice, good area. 5
min from PI. $800/mth.
Tel 393-1110, 454-1230.
BRAND NEW extra spacious
1 bedroom unfurnished
apartment. Foxdale A/C,
C/fans, b/bars, cable, phone,
gated. $650. Tel 364-1761.
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FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
BRAND NEW 1-bed Apt, A/C, CAREFREE CONOS. Ctble 1-BEDRPM APT Panly DANOTTAGE ESTATES PROGRESSIVE YOUNG URGENTLY NEEDED:
cable, phone, bars, good area, Beach Newli. renovaled 2 DeO. iurnshnea Main Faiin Ave IEAST) LARGE FURNISHED CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Nail Technician (Chilsian ) can
5 min from PI. $700. 393-1110, 2 batir beach Ironi urni Fully Soulh All 1-BED APT. QUIET !hat respects is valuable do nail art Phone 328-1250.
454-1230. furnished, pool, laundry utilities/ight/water/cable, NEIGHBOURHOOD LIGHT workers seeks a carpener,
facilities, brand new appliances, phone. $650 monthly, 1st & last WATER CABLE TV SECURITY mason, & their respective ---
BRAND NEW 2 bed apt Blue Water & cable included. + $550 sec dep. Ph 361-2186, BARS CEILING FANS A/C helpers. Applicants MUST be A-TA R
Hill Road south, fully furnished, $2,200/pm. Call 302-3910 days or 436-5348. PRIVATE TELEPHONE LINE fast, possess aptitude in ASSISTANT/GROOMER
queen size beds, central air or 364-4895 even. PAID IN YOUR RENT $750. reliability i.e reports to work needed for Animal Clinic on
and cable included. $875 per 2 BDRM Apartment in Little SORRY NO PETS OR everyday on time, honest, and Wulff Rd at East St.
month. First and last and sec Blair. Newly renovated. Fully CHILDREN FIRST & LAST + drug free. You must be Please apply in peson.
dep. Phone 457-3423. .. ,'- furnished.. Water included. SECURITY DEPOSIT. $750 prepared to WORK on WAITRESSES WANTED
dep. Phone 457-3423. _-_ : .ra~ Cable ready. Laundry facilities. PER MONTH. PH 393-3667 SATURDAYS OR EXTRA URGENTLY
BRAND NEW EFFICENCY 1 'I- '. Convenient location.. Quiet HOURS. A driver's license and Drop off resume to
$500.00 per month includes neighbourhood. Ideal for DANOTTAGE ESTATES 1 trade training is an asset. Dicky Mo's, Cable Beach after
fridge,stove,water,security bars, professionals. $1,100 p.m. Call: BED ROOM $675.00 PER 5pm everyday except
ceiling fans & smoke detectors. 394-1609. MONTH ALL UTILITIES Carpenter & masons applying Wednesday.
ri p INCLUDED IN RENT. A should be semi skilled as
First, Last Secuty deposit CENTREVILLE unfumished, SINGLE PERSON WOULD BE training will be provided, with WANT TO BECOME a part of
required. NO PETS! upstairs,.2 bedroom, 1 bath VERY COMFORTABLE BGCSE's in Math, Science, or our construction apprenticeship
MUST SEE! Call:364-1853 p apartment for rent. A/C, water LIVING HERE. FIRST & LAST English. Helpers should be program we have customers
EASTERN ROADincluded. Phone available. No RENT + SECURITY between the. ages of 17-23. inal call us just to build
Sbd 2 bath tta th COMING TO ORLANDO children, no pets. $700 per DEPOSIT$600. SORRY NO Interested persons can call foundations, block-up, construct
access to rivatcoe h ith Tired of staying in stuffy hotels, month. Call 326-2125. PETS/ CHILDREN. CALL 393- (242)356-5687 and provide roofs, etc. Piece work only take
conditioned security and cab I have luxurious 4 bed, 3 3667 police recorded. days -.you can learn how to
gas conditioned, secridgty and washing, bathrooms vacation home, 2 NEWLY BUILT APT 2 bed, construct from the ground up.
gas stove fridge a nd washing living, dining, den, swimming 1 bath, sec bars, sec gates. DANOTTAGE ESTATES SALES ASSOCIATE Call 322-2692; Celr456-7334.
machine. $1500 eool. Near airport, Disney, F NC units, spacious rooms, NORTH SOLDIER ROAD/ REQUIRED
unfurnished. Phone 324 2035 Mall, all other attraction. water included. $700 a month, VILLAGE RD Safe quiet clean The successful applicant WANTED
EASTERN AREA Bahamas 242-356-0544, 1st and last rent required, $500 very large one bedroom should have 3-5 years in a 1 GRILL MAN
1 & 2 bedrooms, unfurnished US 818-470-7237 sec depo. Royal Palm St, apartment. utilities, private supervisory/managerial position 1HANDYMAN
Bedrooms unfurnisCulmersville. phone line, A/C, & cable TV with experience in retail sales, TEL 434-9295.
Apts. Telephone, cable Commercial Space Phone 322-3753, included in rent. First/last + computer literate, honest and WA 2 intel
available. $500 & $600 per Available Jan 06. security deposit of one month dependable. Excellent WANTED 2 intelligent
month. Contact 324-4262. Approx 1680 Sq. Ft. Available 2 SPACIOUS 1-bedroom rent. (Rent $750) Sorry communication skills, able to individuals needed. Willing to
in the fast growing commercial apartment, with living room, absolutely no children or pets. work under minimal work Additional hours.Hours are
BRAND NEW, SPACIOUS, 2 area of Sears Hill & Shirley dining room, kitchen, bed and 393-3667. supervision, able to manage flexbl Excellent opportunity.
bed, 1 bath Apt, enclosed yard, Street. Newly renovated bath" in quiet gated community, time to achieve goals. Salary or those who equal y al
ceiling fans, central A/C, building with internals designed Sea Breze Lane. Water, A/, DUPLEX#2- 1-BED, -BATH, based on qualifications. 242-544-4329 to apply.
washer & dryer, $850/pm, $425 to suit any layout need. fridge and stove included, $600 FRONT ROOM, SMALL Excellent opportunity for WANTED MATURE LADY to
sec dep. Tel 324-5249. Great parking and access from per month, first and last month UTILITY ROOM, KITCHEN, advancement. Please email fill the vacancy of Live-in
both busy Montrose Avenue rent and $350 sec deposit. LIGHT & WATER INCLUDED. resume to:
BRAND NEW, spacious, clean, and Shirley Street. Contact Ms Carey, 314-5487or YELLOW ELDER. $650/MTHHousekeeper. Apply to P Box
2 bedroom apartment. Washer, Long Term Anchor Tenants 454-5172. FIRST & LAST MONTH RENT lawnboy@batelnet.bs. GT2401. Only serious persons
stove, central air, ceiling fan, already locked in, this is the last SEC DEP. $600. 361-5782. SALES PERSON needed for need apply.
alarm system, water included, space available in building and 2-BED APT UNFURNISHED retail store. Must be computer
Off Carmichael Road, $800/pm. located on the ground floor WATER INCLUDED. literate, outgoing, reliable and WANTED: Dental Hygienist to
341-3787. catch this great deal while you 1ST & LAST, $625/PM WANTS honest. Interested pers work n Abaco. Interested
can SEC DEP $400. NO PET should contact 7S3n70. '-" p ersgosFBrtray call .....
2 BED, 2 BATH, Westridge can. SEC DEP $400. NO PET. TO SHARE should contact 3524270-37-4968
off Cable Beach, $1100.00 Call 328-2366 or 325-3643 or JOAN'S HEIGHTS WEST. E "A a 242-367-4968,'- !242-367-
ff Cable Beach $1100.0023 PH: 361-7373.MA SALESPERSO to: 2 8242-367-
393-7883 for details and PH: 361-7373. ELDERLY GENTLEMAN Hurricane Shutte .iktsprk fr 072F -"7 '"
pT 1st, last, sec dep. viewing. 2-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT wants to share apartment with your home ea u ch ,l experience
Tel: 327-0667 or 424-3330. Sandilands Village fridge, stove a male. Johnson Road, Fox you desire 15% on WANTE peenced,
BRIGITTE'S BRG S and central A/C, $650 per Hill $100 per week. Utilities all Sales. Free 'la only honest, liablee Taxi Driver
or Rent!SBooths For Rent 7. -Ix, onestj-'Alia
Full equipped Salon For Rent! Stylsts & Nail Tehs month, water included. First, included. Phone 364-5037. Alibaba Home Sets I onI:~1Se~iT.l ires. Phone
&ylist & 2 Nail last & $400 sec dep. I ,132447 t-2715.
3 Stylist 2 Nail Booths. $150 weekly, plus sec dep Nt children, pets. LADY seeks room mate o PhFax324-6007.,
Additional amenities included, required. Nice, clean Phone 364-398. share a one bedroom apt, $50 WANTED:-HANDYIAN 0 WANTED: -ti;rie3od rdworking,
$1,350 monthly, plus security environment. Great location, per week. Call 552-0403. PHONE 326-0873. responsible; ;;.:energetic and
deposit required. Nice, clean Serious enquiries only! 394- 2-BED, 1-BATH APT, Leeward SEEKING LIVE-ON BOARD honestly individual to work as
environment. Great location. 4720. East. Central air, washer, dryer, ROOM MATE WANTED MECHANIh Sales -- Clerk. tBilinguala
Serious inquiries only MECHANIC 'ENG. with pr
Serious inquiries onlyl burglar bars, $800/pm $400 sec URGENTLY to share two AssisN applicans welcome Drop off
394-4720. COWPEN ROAD WEST, dep. 324-5946, 361-0323. bedroom apt. Must be noegable in eletri esume -a Glam Chicks at
BRIGTTE'S newly built, unfurnished, one -ER MChristian and love kids. $120 knowledgable in electrical araitnn Mia
Booths For Rnt! bed room apartment for rent, 2-BEDROOM FOR RENT. week, sec/dep $150. engineering. Salary neg with n
Stist & Nail T s 1 $625.00 per month (First and YAMACRAW BEACH. easecall 456-5884 and leave ex required to spend time on EXOTC DANCE NEEDED
weekly, plus security deposit Last Month ren), $400.00 TEL 324-5822. message. Att:Ms Forbes. board vessel. Phone contact FOR EXECUTIVE PARTY.
required. Nice, cle curity Deposit, includes 2-BEDROOM APARTMENT, Utilities/cable included. CALL FOR INTERVIEW, 544-
environment. Great location spacious walk-in closet, Butterfly Close, Off Soldier TECHNICIAN 5T7/
Serious inquiries only! 394- security screen, gas stove Road. Unfurnished. Has SPACIOUS 2 bedroom 1. Repair computers. .0557/535-7661.
4720. ready, dual bathroom access, washing machine & washing unfurnished, single female 2. Repair printers. URGENTLY NEEDED
cable TV and telephone ready, facilities. Water included. A/C Christian only. $400 per month, 3. Set up and troubleshoot .NAIL TECHNICIAN
CORALHARBOR water and air-condition units in bedrooms. Refrigerator first and last months, $250 networks. (CHRISTIAN) TO DO
1 bedroom aptfrent included, very spacious and available if desired. Very nice security deposit, All utilities 4: Prepare and submit ;-- NAILART.
fully furnished, cable, light, quiet area ca 502-8362 and spacious. No children included plus washing fac. maintenance reports. Basic Salary and Commission.
& water. $800.00 per month (10am/5p.m) or 361-7659 $670. Phone 341-1882 after Soldier ARd, Glendale Subd. An honest, reliable, and self- PHONE 328-1250.
Tel: 362-2652 or 359-3786 (Please leave a message). 6pm. Contact Annette at 394-1513. motivated person. Who is
CABLE BEACH DELA- COZY, ONE-BED APT 2-BEDROOM APT for rent A/C, UNFURNISHED ROOM capable of repairing computers WANTD: Oneo experienced
POERTE POINT, attractive one attached to private residence, water, Cowpen Road. First & FOR RENT troubeshootin networksalling and Beautician to work in centrally
POERTE POINT, attractive one w salon. Good
bedroom furnished apartment Sans Souci area. Fully last + sec $600. Tel 558-4864. Single female only. troubleshooting networks. For located.ommission. Phone 322-5753.
Includes water. Tel 327-7412. per month including light, water, 2-BEDROOM APT, air $250 security deposit 341NEEDED: HANDYMAN.
gas and cable. Private conditioning in master All utilities and wash fac LIVE-IN MAID fo work for PHONE 341-3716.
CABLE BEACH, EFFICIENCY entrance. First/last/sec. Dep bedroom, water and washer, included.Soldier Rd. Tel 394- private residence. General
AT, CABLE, WATER & LIGHT $200. Call 324-3205, 359-2721. $650/pm $400 sec dep. 1513(H), 328-4615(W). tasks include cleaning, laundry, PEARLISLAND Is looking for
INCLUDED. $800/PM. PH 327 CABLE BEACHte.Tel 364-6540 cooking and serving. Island operations Manager
6430. Two 1-bedroom condos. HE| L WANTED Experience in taking care of requirements. Leader skills
Beautifully furnished. $800 and 2-BEDROOM SEMI-FURN'ED Small children required. Must computer knowledge, language
BRAND NEW 1- bed cottage, $900 water included. 393- APT FOR RENT. SERIOUS travel on short notice. German, Italian & Spanish
c/air, phone, cable, water 92756 ENQUIRIES ONLY. SECURITY OFFICERS (21-50) Bahamians only need apply. knowledge of maintenance
Domingo Heights west. STAPLEDON GARDENS. needed for ALL shifts. Please fax your resume with experience in hospitality
$650/mth, 1st & last and $500 FURN EFFICIENCY, $500 PER CONTACT 323-5106, Excellent pay. current police record -to .362- industry. Please fax resume to
sec. Call Pete's, 394-8506. MONTH. 392-4859. BETWEEN 9AM-6PM.- Call 323-7863 for details. 5871. 2' -- 24Bu14 ii-'iW








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SHEADO GH -
ABACO RESTAURANT.
We seek the employment of a
suitably qualified person to
manage the kitchen at our
waterfront resort restaurant in
Marsh Harbour.
The successful applicant will
have experience in all aspects
of kitchen management and will
be able to: create and maintain
an exciting menu in line with
the owners vision cook
Bahamian, Asian and
Mediterranean cuisine
maintain the highest level of
quality at all times and demand
the same of all his/her staff
assume full management of all
kitchen staff including hiring,
training and scheduling order
food product as required and
manage all menu related
inventory.
Salary Package: negotiable
depending on experience
Please forward applications
and resumes by email to
HYPERUNK
*mailto:curyvtails@batelnet"
curlvtails@batelnet.bs
or by fax to (242) 367 4664
HELP WANTED
AUTO PARTS STORE
PHONE 356-7331.
HELPERS AND CUTTERS
NEED TO REMOVE SCRAPS.
CALL 327-0209, OR 424-4356.
HOUSEKEEPER needed $120
per week. Please call 434-0036
after 4pm.
LEGAL SECURITY with five
years experience with the
ability to work on their own
., initiative.
Please send resume to:
PO Box N1462,:
Nassau, The Bahamas,
Facsimile 242-393-4910, or
call 242-394-0043
for an appointment.
LIVE-IN HANDYMAN for large
property. Duties include
usehold repairs, painting;
cleaning windows and autos,
careof large garden; total care
three dogs (feeding, grooming,
exercise). Six days per wee.
Tel 362-4738.
SReceptionist
neeed:e Young between 17-
21, 'Willing to leam, no
experience required but must
have pleasant speaking voice
:and :can think on your feet'.
SSala starting at $175.00.
Pee respond to:
her, d m.asyahoo.c
omi = yortesum and cover
SMa-oMn Asritant needed:
no experience neccessary must
be between 17 and 21 eager to
leam and wants to work hard
this is a-salarled position.
LIVEIN MAID to care for new
and do light house work.

UVE-IN MAID wanted to work
In Andros. Light house work,
etc.-Phone 324-1.166 ...


UVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER TO
CARE FOR INFANT
CHILDREN. TEL 361-2163.
LOOKING TO HIRE:
SDiesel Mechanic !
* Heavy Equipment Operator
* Truck Driver
Interested- persons call 393-
1057, leave a message.
MAID NEEDED, 6 DAYS A
WEEK. CONTACT MRS
SMITH, 434-3651, LEAVE
MESSAGE, 454-9227.
MALE NEEDED TO OPERATE
HEAVY EQUIPMENT SHOULD
POSSESS SOME
MECHANICAL SKILLS AND
BE WILLING TO WORK
WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS.
PHONE 380-8045.
MANAGER NEEDED
(FOR NEW PRODUCTION
LINE CABINET FACTORY)
QUALIFICATIONS:
-CABINET MAKING SKILLS
NOT NECESSARY BUT
WOULD BE A PLUS.
-A SECONDARY DEGREE
WITH GOOD WRITING
SKILLS MOTIVATED TO
ASPIRE TO A HIGHER
LEVEL OF MANAGEMENT.
-GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF
CARPENTRY AND TOOLS.
STRONG
MANAGEMENT SKILLS.
COMPUTER SKILLS IN
EXCEL, WORD, AND
OUTLOOK. -GOOD
COMMUNICATION,
LEADERSHIP, AND PEOPLE
MANAGEMENT SKILLS
RESPONSIBILITIES:
DAILY SCHEDULES OF
EMPLOYEES, DAY END
REPORTS, MONTHLY
REVIEWS OF EMPLOYEES &
PRODUCTION, INVENTORY
MANAGEMENT, ORDERING
MATERIALS, SIMPLE REPAIR
AND MAINTENANCE TO
MACHINERY, AND
OVERSEEING LARGE
REPAIRS
BENEFITS:
ATTRACTIVE SALARY,
BONUSES, GAS & CELLULAR
PHONE ALLOWANCES
HEALTH BENEFITS:
FORWARD RESUMES TO:
EMAIL: HYPERUNK
malito:kccbah@hotmail.com"
kccbeh@ hotnil.com -

Nassau GymNastics is looking
for hard-working, responsible;
energetic people to train as part
time coaces'r our program
Must have reiabfe
transportation and muis love
working with children. -No
364-423 to schedule an
Interview or send. information
to nassaunastics@yahoocom.
UVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
needed. A matured lady 50+ is
needed for live-in housekeeper.
Must be fluent in English and
Spanish. Qualified applicants
please call 3943763.


mnuw nrniIu:
Gaylord's Indian Restaurant is
hiring Waitresses. Individual
must be reliable.. Please apply
in person with resume to
Gaylord's Dowdeswell Street.
NURSES AND NURSE AIDES
needed for home care nursing.
Contact 544-2957 or send mail
to: PO Box 51432, Nassau.
ONE HANDYMAN NEEDED.
APPLY PO BOX 52181,
PH 356-3132.
ONE HOUSEKEEPER/BABY-
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
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
get application ask for
Samantha.
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.
PERSONAL HOME
ASSISTANT
Applicant must have valid
driver's license, own
transportation. Applicant must
be able to travel, female
between 35-55, home/child
care, driving, fulltime position,
gas allowance & salary. 394-
2071 ext 22, daytime, 327-5288
even.
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR BARN MANAGER
ASSISTANT AND BARN
HAND. TO WORK, MON-FRI.
PLEASE CALL .FOR
INQUIRIES. ASK FOR JUDY,
324-2065, SALARY
NEGOTIABLE.
POSITIONAVAILABLE at Max
Conch Bar & Grill in Deadman's
Cay, Long Island for a
Waitress/Bartender. Must be
friendly and courteous and able
to work some evenings.
Interest persons contact Gary
Rltche at 1-242-337-0056.
LIVE4NMAID TO CARE FOR
CHILDREN.
PHONE 326-6193.
LIVEN MAID TO CARE FOR
2 CHILDREN. TELEPHONE
327-0372.
UVEN MAIDTO OO
HOUSEWORK.
PHONE 322-4678.-
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
1 Seamstress for Industrial
sewing. Call 325-8977/8/9
Salary $175 per week.


CUSTOMER RELATIONS
OFFICER
The experienced person
required must be fluent in
Japanese and English. And
also have excellent oral and
written communication skills.
The position will require
working long flexible hours.
Fax resume to: BPSL 326-
7688, or mail to: PO Box
N1345, Nassau, Bahamas.
DELIVERY DRIVER wanted
urgently. Must have vehicle
Contact 455-4031
Serious inquiries only.
ENERGETIC SALES CLERKS
NEEDED FOR RETAIL
STORE. FOR INTERVIEW,
PLEASE CALL 328-3774
EXCLUSIVE
NEW RESTAURANT
Needed: urgently Cashiers and
kitchen helpers $6-8 an hour.
Call 455-4031,
serious inquiries
EXPERIENCED COOK &
HELPER needed. 6 days.
Serious inquires only.
Tel 341-8688.
FARM LABOURER wanted
Phone call (242)332-1619.
FLORIST NEEDED
A Florist is needed for growing
flower store, 394-8372, 2
references required.
GARDENER NEEDED.
TLE 394-4176.
GENERAL MECHANIC
needed. Contact Mike Kemp,
325-0881/2.
HANDYMAN WANTED
TEL 367-2058.
HANDYMAN NEEDED.
SALARY $15 PER WEEK.
TEL 328-8653.
HANDYMAN wanted.
Call 394-2343.
LIVE-IN MAID
Must have' the following
requirements: High. School
diploma. Good oral and written
communication skills.
Experience in preparing various
menus. Management and
cleaning of large house skills.
Experience in property
maintenance, handling and
caring of two dogs.
Send resume to: BPSL,
Tel:326-2374
Fax 326-7688.
WANTED: 2 caring, patient and
creative teacher with preschool
experience to work with special
needs kids. Serious enquires
only. Contact Mrs Simms 0
326-5437.
1 FARM LABOURER
3HANDYMEN
TEL: 364-638.
A SMALL YACHT CLUB on
one-of the Family Islands is
looking to employ (2) two young
ladies that osss'the
following quality, daring,
radiant, energetic, attractive,
motivated and want to get out
of the rat race in Nassau. Then
call us for a interview 394-3764.


weI* utvI:LUIrI-
DESIGNER
Web Developer and Project
Manager to manage a full suite
of intemet servers, provide
creative and technical project
leadership and develop full web
applications.
All applicants require a
minimum of:
*6 years experience in
professional web
development environment,
-6 years experience in
commercial graphicinterface
design.
*Full knowledge of intemet
protocols and TCP/IP and
MAMP server deployment &
management.
*Ability to provide support to
clients on all aspects of web
and email.
*Full ability to hand code
XHTML, AJAX, CSS1 & CSS2
to W3C Standards.
*Full knowledge of MySQL and
Filemaker Pro DBMS.
*Full knowledge of PHP and
Lasso authonng.
*Full knowledge of Flash MX
and Actionscript 2.0.
*Ability to rapidly prototype,
develop and deploy web
solutions
Position is full time and based
in New Providence. Hand
written applications, along with
resume, portfolio and details of
prior experience should be
forwarded .to: Human
Resources, Thyme Online Ltd,
PO Box CB 13650, Nassau,
The Bahamas, or delivered by
hand to: Thyme Online Ltd,
Airport Industrial Park; Nassau,
The Bahamas. Digital/online
portfolios accepted.
Please clearly mark position
you are .applying for. Thyme
Online is an equal
opportunities employer.
A FAST GROWING local
import company seeks to
employ an assertive, self
motivated, well groomed,
dependable sales agent with
reliable transportation. For
more information please call
242-326-0103.
A FAST GROWING local
company seeks to employ a
well groomed, customer
oriented, experienced delivery
driver/ messenger with valid
drivers license. For more
information pleas. call 242-
326-0103.
ARE YOU, A- QUALIFIED,
experience .hef? Who is keen'
to work with a fast paced highl
pmessonal cultnarj team?f
so, this is our opportunity to
become a part of our country's
most dynamic and rapidly
epand-in hospitality company.
Please. contact 377-7700 or
Fax your resume to 377-7710.
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.


mo rvou woo g
Are you highly Motivated?
* Are you the best of the best?
SA bom Leader?
*Can you run a daily operation
on your own?
Then we are looking for youl
WANTED URGENTLY:
Controller/Office Manager
H/R Manager Needed
Sales Agent Needed
Call #6364247
ASSISTANT FOR LADIES
GYM, WILL TRAIN.
CALL 356-7853.
BEAUTY HAVEN NAIL
SALON needs Nail
Technicians. Full time,
professionals. Please call
iesha, 393-8253,325-1882.
2 MECHANICS NEEDED
1 with minimum 5 years
experience with scan tools.
Contact 326-6377, Albert
Saunders.
CARPENTER NEEDED.
$40.00 per day
CALL 326-0669
ASK FOR MISS KEMP

CHURCH MUSICIANS
NEEDED
A contemporary church is
seeking the following
experience musicians:
*Keyboardist & band leader
-Bassist
Successful applicants should
be bom again, have the ability
to play by air, read chord
charts, play all genres of
Gospel Music and be available
to travel. Please call 436-5061
to arrange an audition.
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN
needed with ability to design
web pages. Call 356-4459.
CRUISE SHIP JOBS
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
Crew cook utility Messman
Galley Cleaner
Pot washer
Bar boy/bar utility
Deck attendant
cabin stewardess
Assistant Cabin Stward/ess
Bell staff
Cleaner/Pool attendant
laundry man
Engine utility man
Oiler
Wiper
Painter
Call us now for more info a
Tel 356-8806 or visit us at
Rubins building, 2nd Floor
George Street. (1st comer
acres the straw market,
Nassau; Bahamas.
CUSTOM FRAMER NEEDED
Art Gallery requires
experienced picture framer.
Applicant must be reliable and
hard working individual with
good communication skills.
ne 325-7662. Fax 325-
7832.
HOUSEKEEPER needed to
clean, cook and care for two
boys, must be able to drive,
$175 per week, 5 1/2 days per
week. Please send resume to:
PO Box CR56766, Suite #1224,
Harbour Bay, East Bay St.
Nassau, Bahamas.









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BUSINESS
SERVICES


BEESGet RID of
Stinging Bees.
Call for price. 393-3939

BODY
MASSAGE

..........KIRK
CATALANO.
PHONE 364-5558, 556-8883 -

BULLS' SECURITY
Need Commercial/Residential
security? Don't worry!
Need a private matter
investigated? Don't worry!!
Leave it to us.
Just call Bulls' @
392-2918, or 424-3465.

Wesite Site Designs
starting under $600. Churchs,
Civic and small businesses.
Get your business to the world.
Used Car Sales persons.
Calltoday on 394-7092.
Get logged on today.
MORE THAN JUST BLINDS
Liquidation Sale
Starts Jan 21, '06
Eveything Must Go!
Single starts @ $38.00
Double Blinds @ $65.00
Open: Mon -Sat, 9am-6pm.
Phone 323-2032
HHAIR DONE BY LATOYA
TWISTS......... $55
BRAIDS.......... $30- $40
SINGLES ........$80-$90
MICRO SHINGLES -$100
WEAVE IN ......... $60
GLUE-IN .............$70
GARDEN HILLS #2.
TEL 325-6937 CELL 565-
5062.
HOUSE CALLS ACCEPTED.
HURRICANE SHUTTERS
Pay on Time
Bahama Colonial screw/clip-on
Alibaba Home Security
Ph/Fax: 324-6007.
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












MIZANI HAIR PRODUCTS
AVAILABLE AT
KIRK CATALANO'S SALON,
YAMACRAW.
PHONE 364-5558.
WORLD OF PRODUCTS
www.lcigiftcenter.com.
Phone (242)326-1606
Cell (242)557-8665.


BUSINESS
SERVICES

CHOICE PAINTERS
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Starting @ $399.00
Trucking Service available.
Tel 392-1194. Cell 636-4421

POSITION
WANTED
A RESPONSIBLE, hard
working lady with car seek days
work or babysitting. Please call
544-0127.
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 seek days or weekly job.
Tel 356-2248.
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 ahd 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.
HOUSEKEEPER
with driver licence,
experienced, from 32 46
seeking live-in.
Nassau or Family Islands,
328-4004.

I'M SEEKING A LIVE-IN JOB
as a Babysitter, Housekeeper
or take care of an elderly or
special disable person. Please
356-0419 ask for Pat.
I'M AN HONEST YOUNG Lady
need a job urgently. Mon- Sat.
Please call 535-0769.
IN DISTRESS "Pain" Massage
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, 585-9145 anytime after
10 am.
A RELIABLE, MATURED lady
with own transportation seeks
days or babysitting. Tel 544-
1037.


POSITION POSITION
WANTED WANTED

TEL 392-3043,636-8400 LADY seeks days work on
Monday, Wednesdays, and
*PRIVATE COUNSELING Fridays from 10am until
SERVICE FOR BROKEN 5:30pm.
RELATIONSHIPS I am also available to do office
cleaning on those days. Can
'MAID/HOUSEKEEPER provide a clean police record
SERVICES along with resume. I can be
well recommended.
*NEED YOUR HOUSES/APT Call 394-8605, or 426-3958.
CLEAN
LADY SEEKS JOB AS
*STOP THAT CHEATING Housekeeper, Babysitter, or to
HUSBAND/WIFE take care of an elderly or
disabled person. also willing to
*PRIVATE SECURITY do days work. Call 394-6983
SERVICE ask for Monica. Can be
recommended.
*PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS LADY EE S E
LADY SEEK- .1,,_ ,S LI!E-
*NEED A JOB FAST, AND Oul HCUSE.EEPER'L. E-
ONE THAT CAN LAST irJ D-', OR I',IGHT W_-,RK
CALL 326-1743 OR 326-1 1i
*CHEUFFEUR, ESCORT YOUNG LADY seeking job
SERVIECS caring for children.
*DONATE CASH CLOTHING Tel341-8993.
OR FOOD TO THE LESS LADY with general seeks
FORTUNATE weekly work as an
housekeeper, maid or to take
*NEED HOUSE APARTMENT care of an elderly or disabled
PAINTED? CALL US. person. Will do (1) one or more
days work and ironing too. Can
*DEPRESS CONFUSED OR be well recommended. Call
DISCOURAGE 356-0419 ask for Michelle.
CALL US 392-3043, 636-8400
LADY seek job as
LADY with own transportation babysitter/housekeeper taking
seek babysitting at night or a care of elderly or days worker.
clean company. Contact 456- Call 392-6566.
7476.LADY seek job as, day works
LOOKING FOR A JOB TO or live-in or live-out or to cook
CARE FOR THE OLD. for a small family or to care for
MALE/FEMALE. NIGHT OR an elderly person. Call at 364-
DAY. TEL 325-6070, 6644 ask for Donna. Serious
CELL 544-4582. inquire.
MATURE, honest and reliable
lady seeks job full time as office TUITION
clerk, receptionist /secretary.
Has 3 years experience with CREATIVE! SEW! SAVE!
multi-office tasks is computer SEWING CLASSES 25% OFF.
literate has typing and excellent PHONE 361-4314.
communication skills. Available
to work 5 or 7 days a week and EXPERIENCED TEACHER
willing to work over time. Tel offers Private Classes in
394-7803. French (all levels incl BGCSE
coaching) and English as a
POSITION WNTED second language.
Do you need someone to come 324-6059, 427-8046.
in 2-3 days per week to clean
your home? Then you should u
call this number NOW!! LOST
CALL 394-8605, OR 426-3958.I
PRATICIAL NURSE seeking MISSING
job caring for the elderly or SONY VIAO BLACK LAPTOP.
child care. 341-8993 PERSONAL CONTENT.
SUBSTANTIAL
SEEKING A JOB AS REWARD OFFERED
BABYSITTER OR TO WORK PLEASE CALL 702-3000.
IN A BAR / RESTAURANT OR
CLUB.
CELL 434-3819, 323-4486.
SPECIAL LADY looking for a -
position Companion for elderly,
part time. CaJl after 10am or
after 6pm.' Cell 535-9145, or
394-3325.
YOUNG LADY with High
School Diploma seeks a
position as a Waitress, Bar MISSING!!
Maid, or Cashier. Please call 10-year old spayed female
322-3396 ask for Tia after Shitzu
5pm. Lost in the Yamacraw Area
Grey and white responds to the
MATURE LADY, 45 years name "Paige or Paigy".
seeks job as maid. 394-2103, Reward Offered
326-5528. Please call 557-3016


PATIO SALE

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.
SATURDAY, JAN 28, 2006
#42 TOWER ESTATES DR
7AM-11AM
Household and kitchen items,
clothes, shoes, baby items,
toys and much more. Also,
brand new electronics.
477-6184.

ARTICLES
FOR SALE
1 GLASS 4-SEAT TABLE.
$400.00. TEL 361-6372.
ABOUT 200 3 RING BINDERS
#2496 like new, originally used
to house a large WW stamp
collection. $2.00 each. Phone
324-1146.
1 SUDDENLY SLIM 10 day Kit
Lose 10 pounds in 10 days!
Only $100. Call 636-9614.
APARTMENT SIZE FRIDGE
2 MONTHS OLD. $300.
TEL 361-6372.
BABY CHICKS $6 EACH
For natural eggs/non chemical
meat
PH/FAX 324-6007
BRAND NEW
MULTI-FUNCTION HEAVY
DUTY SEWING MACHINE
$190.00
NEW SERGER $165.00:,
BOTH $350.00-__..
NEW BLINDSTITCH,
$4450. ---
PHONE 325-4746.
COCONUT TREE $25'
All kind; all sizes healthy
PH/FAX 324-6007.
COMPUTERS FOR SALE
IBM complete system $499
Used IBM CPU $250
Used Dell CPU $350
Nw HP PDA $275.
Tel 392-1142, 423-0301.
DON'T BE THE NEXT VICTIM!
Bu NOW"
Get The Cell Phone Stunt Gun
$150.00
TEL 525-5385
FOR SALE
Cozy tents with serving counter
10flx10ft $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
15INCH American Racing rims
fits Chevy 5 lugnets with tyres
$500
Tel 362-2838, (cell)424-8586.


ARTICLES
FOR SALE

FOR SALE
T-SHIRT PRINTING MACHINE
$500 ONO. PHONE 324-2193
FOR SALE
White & Black Apt size Stove.
Contact 341-0828 from 9-8:
ITEM FOR SALE
Used appliance & equipment
like new.
Apt size refrigerator $175.
Household Refrigerator $250-
300
3-Ton A/C system $500.
Room size $80.
TEL 636-8307.
KODAK DIGITAL CAMERA
4mp 12 zoom + Printer Dock
$350 new
9" Insignia LCD DVD Player
Like new. $275.
Phone 535-5338.
MODERN STYLE grey Dining
Table Set, six leather chairs,
matching cabinet. $300. Tel
364-2002.
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.
QUALITY SHOWCASES
FOR SALE
JUST A FEW LEFT TO
CHOOSE FROM
$450 ONO. 394-4017.
REVERSE OSMOSIS
SYSTEMS FOR SALE
$475. Phone 454-7675.
USED PLAYSTATION 2 o-.:,d
,cor dirl n. i- ? Ir..: jr.;n. 2
-controls and -i-memory card.
Contact Annette at 326-3276,
or 39T4-1513.
SFOR SALE'BRAND NEW
-Vivitor 3.0 Megapixel Digital
Camera $175
v.C. CAR CD ; R{tayer
D.ir'habile Face with remote
e,$ 175
Coby DVD Player $75
Call 477-6184.
30" GAS STOVE in very good
condition. $280. Call 394-2775.
30" gas stove in very good
condition $280. Call 394-2775.
FOR SALE
Brand new whirlpool 4 burner
gas stove for $450 ono. Please
call 424-0006 or 364-7777.
FOR SALE
Ceiling lights $10
Flood lights $110
Black end Tables 470
TI 302-1208(W), 326-6910(H)
FOR SALE
GLASS SLIDING DOORS (36")
$90.00 EACH. CALL 364-4837.
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.
FOR SALE
A/C UNIT 8,000 BTU. $150.
CALL:302-2678W)
361-6021 H).


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one Course, One Weekend per month
VISIOIJ IINT'L UtIIVERSITY
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-
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PRAYER CLOSETS. ( GROUPS UP TO 80 PERSONS )
327-0667 / 424-3330www.thesummitretreat.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


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YOU ORDER IT .... WE WILL PICK IT UP
We pay your bills and
pick up items from the
Florida area.
Weekly Service Available.

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 quolahlons on and locate from
worldwide sources all types ol equipment. plant,
merchandise, etc al cost savings pnces, i e plywood.
frozen poultry, manne products, cement, etc.
FUNDING: We also represent overseas funders for large senous and
viable development protects in the Bahamas.
An executive summary must first be proviaea.
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
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(RonL's All Brand Import Truck &
Car Sales)
Tel.: -:39..4-8731 39 4-8732.,
424-E 175, 457 -.0 3 3 -. .

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


CRICKET CLUB
Restaurant & Pub -Open Daily Live By Satelite English
Premier Soccer, Cricket. Rugby etc
SERVING Shepard Pie Cracked Conch Bangers &
Mash 'Chicken Pot Pie Grouper Fingers
Fried Chicken 'Steak & Kidney Pie Seafood Platter
Soup Sandwiches Salads Draft Beer Slella -
Fosters Becks and Full Bar Airconditioned Bar -
Outdoor Patio Location:Haynes Oval West Bay St.
Oppo. Arawak Cay
Tel: 326- 4720
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HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC BARRELS
S C(an be used for: Gorbage Disposal Animal Feed
SWaler or Fuel Storage Drink Cooler 5gal for mopping.-'
-- 55 Gallon $35.00 30 Gallon $25.00
S. Gallon $15.00 5 Gallon $ s.00
we Ship To The Family Island -
CALL: 393-3667 .
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PAYLOADER, BACKHOE, CRANE &
TRACTOR SERVICES
.,pei6 z iz ri in: S:'i a-id, Fill, ,1-acker
2 4 Fcck ., Lar.i Cl-3i e lril. C .s.pir.t F.'rcJi.-r.on:
Tel : 3 2 -4346 Eve 392-0 1 6
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We install sprinkler systems starting at
$499 Labour. Parts may be another
$200, depending upon lawn size.
FREE ESTIMATES.
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FIRST NPTIS


FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
THPEE SEPV I",ES SU1I DA j 'SS
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM
PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
iIEL.DIliC, F UiJE -. L _t, 9,, P
Just call the numbers listed, Dp,,
I'll personally handle your request.
(242) 393-5798, (242) 323-6452
"C.-i -me and ij r _jhi l. "

CHILDREN'S WORLD ACADEMY
NURSERY & PRESCHOOL
Combine Curriculum & Flat screen Teaching
Low Tuition 7:00AM 5:50PM
Johnson Road (Follow Signs)

Tel: 364-6238 / 426-0074




OFFERS LANGUAGE COURSES AND TRANSLATION SERVICES
All level. Course. i.r on.ci.l c rvl.icallon
Larngujag foi sicacilic urDipose Workshops lot language teachers
sFe,':l :l Coduri Ir ch'llien lahel-schC'o l .luay help)
| BGCSE c onmeiiaionad Ig[oupl practice
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International Bazaar
(Entrance horn Bay Street, or
Prince George Wthar
Tel/Fax 242-322-5308
Nassau, Baham
Lingerie Novelties and Linen Clothing -
Men & Women
Black White Beige
Open: Sunday thru Sunday




DEALERS OF GENERIC GENERATORS
For Home and Business, fully automabc.
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 starling at low, low price.

Call ~ ~ : 32:91s3089


ILR GROSVENOR ACADEMY OF LANGUAGES
#64 Grosvenor Close Shirley Street (Next to P.M.H)






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

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Women only All Ages
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A COMPANY CLEANERS
DARON McPHEE
CLEANING SPECIALIST
"I will get your carpet; tiles; upholstery and windows bob-
bly clean and freshly"
*TELEPHONE: 1242)323-
5 3 2 3
CELLULAR: 422-0748
S ^\ FAX: 325-2367

GLOBAL BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
GO GLOBAL ESTABLISH YOUR OWN WEBSITE WHICH
WE DESIGN AND HOST. DOUBLE YOUR SALES THROUGH
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OVERSEAS CONNECTIONS FOR ALL KINDS OF
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BUSINESS CONNECTIONS FOR FRANCHISES, LICENCES.
AGENCIES AND MONEY-MAKING OPPORTUNITIES. ETC.
COMMERCIALSERVICES GROUP LTD.
Phone 326-1637
Email: gcnbheOl.comn.


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MaiL service
Need A Mail Box?
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WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR
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Treats: Aging Skin. Sim Damaged Skin, Dn Skin, Oil. Skin. Fine Lines.
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Telephone 322-3831
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