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Corey Hepburn is

caught in Coral Harbour


* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
COREY Hepburn, the inmate
who escaped from Her Majesty's
Prison, was recaptured last night
and is now back in police custody.
At a press conference at Crimi-
nal Detective Unit on Thompson
Boulevard late last night, police
said that, at approximately 8pm,
Hepburn was found hiding out in
a building in Coral Harbour.
Police said they also found a small
amount of marijuana in the build-
ing.
Officer-in-charge of CDU Mar-
vin Dames, told eager members
of the press that Hepburn was
.sought by plainclothes officers who
were acting on intelligence. Mr
Dames said the recapture
occurred in a matter of minutes
and was uneventful. Hepburn was
taken into custody and first trans-
ported to the Carmichael Road


police station and then to the
CDU for further inquiries.
Mr Dames did not.disclose
where Hepburn would be spend-
ing the night in custody. He stated
that, as police continue their inves-
tigation, they look forward to talk-
ing to Hepburn and are very inter-
ested in what he has to say.
"We are extremely grateful and
elated. As soon as this individual
escaped we were receiving calls
from members of the public all
over New Providence who were
volunteering information to us as
to his whereabouts,"Mr Dames
said.
Corey Hepburn, along with
three other inmates, escaped from
prison on January 17.
One of the inmates was killed
and the other two were immedi-
ately recaptured. During the
escape, prison officer Dion Bowles
was murdered and two other offi-
cers were injured.


AD Hanna pledges to unify
* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter _
POLITICAL veteran A D Hanna yesterday pledged to unify and
not divide the people of the Bahamas as he took on the role of Gov-
ernor General.
Representatives of the political, religious and diplomatic fields
SEE page 11

Investigation to be launched '-
into ministry building mould --
SBy CA RA BRENNEN building have vow ed that a full ............................................................................................. ..................................................................
Tribune Staff Reporter inquiry will take place to deter-
mine the cause.
A FULL investigation is to be The ministries of education and Rigby slam s Ingraham Prison break report
launched into why a ministry youth, sports and culture are'so Ingm Prison bk
building in Nassau is infested with badly affected that staff had to
mould, it was revealed yesterday vacate the premises for two days. over comments on could e com pleted
Two ministers whose staff work end m month
in the Thompson Boulevard SEE page 11 appointment of by end of mon
na'onten o


Governor General

* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
ACCUSING the FNM of engaging in "gutter
politics" and politicising issues of national impor-
tance, PLP chairman Raynard Rigby hit out at for-
mer Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham for calling for
consultation on the recent appointment of Gover-
nor General Arthur Hanna.
"The call for consultation on the appointment of
a Governor General is nothing more than a feeble
and ill-fated attempt for Mr Ingraham to grab the
headlines at a time when all sensible and rational
Bahamians would expect the opposition to show
and demonstrate political maturity," said Mr Rigby.
SEE page 11


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
THE report on the tragic January 17 prison
break that left a prison guard and one inmate
dead may be completed by the end of the
month, it emerged yesterday.
Mr Mark Wilson, permanent secretary at the
Ministry of National Security, told The Tribune
that he had received a verbal interim report
that led him to believe that the ministry could
be receiving a written report before the end of
February.
However, it could be some time before the
public learns about its contents.
"There is an unfortunate aspect of this and it
is that the internal report is criss-crossing the
police's investigations, so this may act to slow
down the report because the police investigation
SEE page 11


BUT set to file

legal action
against Owens

and Sears
* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
THE Bahamas Union of
Teachers and teachers of Abaco
Central High School will be filing
several legal actions against edu-
cation parliamentary secretary
Veronica Owens and Education
Minister Alfred Sears, BUT pres-
ident Ida Poitier-Turnquest
announced yesterday.
The action was sparked,
according to the union, over Ms
Owens' alleged refusal to retract
"untrue and disparaging" remarks
she allegedly made about staff at
the school in a report to educa-
tion permanent secretary
Creswell Sturrup.
According to the union, on
November 25, 2005, at the invita-
tion of Abaco Central High's
principal Euthal Green, Ms
Owens attended a student forum
and spent about three hours at
the school.
On her return to New Provi-
SEE page 11


'25 laid off'

from Shell's

head office
* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
MORE than a third of employ-
ees at Shell's head office have
been laid off as the new owners
strive to downsize operations, The
Tribune has learned.
Well-placed sources say 25 peo-
ple have gone from the compa-
ny's head office at Clifton Pier.
This move comes just two
months after the $25 million
takeover of Shell Bahamas by
Freeport Oil Holdings Company
(FOCOL).
President of the Bahamas
Petroleum Retailers Association
(BPRA) Garner Dawkins con-
firmed the reports about the fir-
ings, but could not give any fur-
ther details.
General manager at the Clifton
Pier office, Anthony Robertson,
said he could not comment on the
situation as it was an "internal
matter."
However, he confirmed that the
SEE page 11


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1 By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
CARIBBEAN1peoples and
governments must "hang
together or else they will
hang separately" according to
former vice chancellor of the
University of the West Indies
Dr Rex Nettleford.
Speaking yesterday as a
guest on the radio talk show
Issues of the Day, Dr Nettle-
ford, a noted Jamaican schol-
ar, social critic and choreog-
rapher, discussed the implica-
tions of globalisation for the
modern Caribbean.
According to Dr Nettleford,
the Caribbean Single Market
and Economy (CSME) is one
of the best tools for the region
going forward.
"Globalisation carries with it
positive.and negative concerns.
We have to go and meet the
people that we have to negoti-
ate with as a team. This is what
the CSME can do," he said.
Addressing another region-
al agreement, the PetroCaribe
fuel accord, Dr Nettleford said
the alternative petroleum
product supply scheme pro-
posed by Venezuela will not
weaken Trinidad's position as
a oil-producing country.
"We are very good at com-


[LEFORD (right) talks with Issues of the Day host
ael Pintard on yesterday's programme..
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)


promising and people want the
best of both possible worlds,
so let not your heart be trou-
bled," hie said.
He also advised Bahamians
not to worry about Venezue-
la's populist president Hugo
Chavez.
"Please don't follow Mr
(George) Bush. Venezuela has
a Caribbean coast and one of
Chavez's predecessors was a
very good friend of Jamaica,"
he noted.

Alliances
Dr Nettleford said it is very
important for Caribbean cduh-
tries to make strategic aiiances
wherever they can.
"We have to keep the build-
ing blocks and that is why the
University of the West Indies
is merely one building block
and its regional character must
be maintained," he said.
He added that the establish-


ment of national universities'
throughout the region "is not
meant to undermine the Uni-,
versity of the West Indies."
"We have to come around
to finding modalities which on,
the basis of strategic alliances
can maximise the benefits \e"
can all get," he said.
Dr Nettleford also explained.
that issues of skin colour are
still affecting Caribbean peo-:,
pie who after years of being
subjected to the rules of colo-
nialism, feel that "white is the
ruling way".
He said that to combat the
remains of racism is to have a
confidence in oneself.,
"It is pointless to talk abut,
being colour-blind. The
Bahamas is not acting in isola-,
tion, people do get this feel-
ing because the African pres-
ence was denied its centrality
in the shaping of the Americas:
We have to get around this in
idea and action." he said.


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Lecture to

focus on

human

trafficking

HUMAN trafficking will be
the topic of the first in a series
of lectures organised by the
Eugene Dupuch Law School.
The Imoja Lectures, organ-
ised in collaboration with the
Bahamas Bar Association, will
begin on Saturday, February 4,
with a lecture entitled: "Human
trafficking in the 21st Century".
"The lecture series is a part of
an ongoing public education
outreach programme and it
promises to be both timely and
informative," said the organizers
in a press release.
The discussion will take a
round table format and will be
chaired by More 94 FM radio
talk show host Jeff Lloyd.
The panelists will include
Health and Social Services co-
ordinator Dr Sandra Dean Pat-
terson; US Embassy political
and economic officer Greg
Floyd; Origins of Solitude
author Garth Buckner; and
Fiona Forbes, a second year stu-
dent at the Eugene Dupuch
Law School.
The discussion will begin at
7pm in the dining room at the
School of Hospitality and
Tourism Studies on Thompson
Boulevard.
Persons interested in attend-
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Extradition proceedings are




started against Victor Kozeny


* By FELICITY INGRAHAM
Tribune Staff Reporter

EXTRADITION proceed-
ings against Lyford Cay resi-
dent Viktor Kozeny began in
Court Eight yesterday, with
prosecutor Francis Cumber-
batch submitting a bundle of
documents upon which the US
government's case against him
is built.
Magistrate Carolita Bethel
accepted into evidence an
indictment from the United
States, which seeks to have
Kozeny extradited for trial on
multi-million dollar fraud and
money laundering charges.
Mr Cumberbatch, who rep-
resents the requesting state,
presented a signed authorisa-
tion for extradition from For-
eign Affairs Minister Fred
Mitchell.
The bundle of documents he
submitted also contained cer-
tification documents from
those who prepared the bun-
dle, including notaries public
in Hawaii, and judges in the
United States and Azerbaijan.
Mr Cumberbatch said it is
the state's case that "the fugi-
tive" became interested in
acquiring SOCAR, the state-


* VIKTOR Kozeny

owned oil company of Azer-
baijan, and "thereupon
embarked upon a scheme to
acquire vouchers". -
According to Mr Cumber-
batch, Azerbaijani officials had.
decided to enter into a pi i\ ati-
sation process, by which citi-
zens of its country could pur-
chase vouchers representing
shares in SOCAR.
-He said foreigners could also
be a part of the privatization
process by purchasing
"options" in addition to the
vouchers.


Kozeny allegedly formed
two companies "Oily Rock"
and "Mineroil" to ultimately
gain control of SOCAR assets.
Mr Cumberbatch said
Kozeny invited US companies
to be a part of the venture
through partnerships or "loose
associations".
He did this, Mr Cumber-
batch said, so as to be able to
present a "more moving" bid
to the government, so that offi-
cials would give Kozeny con-
trol.
The indictment alleges that
among the companies that
joined the venture were
Omega Group Holdings, Far-
rus Capital Management, and
the American International.
Group.
Among those Kozeny tried
to attract to the venture, said
Mr Cumberbatch, were the
president of Azerbaijan, his
son and heir-apparent, who is
also deputy chief of SOCAR,
and the chairman of SBC, the
company controlling the pri-
vatisation process.
It is alleged that after having
meetings with the relevant offi-
cials, large sums of money
were paid to them through dif-
ferent means.


Hanna-Martin no plan to step down


* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

MINISTER of Transport
and Aviation Glenys Hanna-
Martin said there is no truth to
the speculation that she will
step down in the wake of her
father's appointment as Gov-
ernor General.
In an interview with The Tri-
bune at the swearing-in cere-
mony of new Governor Gen-
eral Arthur Hanna, his daugh-
ter said that rumours of her
resignation were "news" to her.


Mrs Hanna-Martin she will
continue to serve as long as
Prime Minster Perry Christie
desires her service, and that
she intends to run in the next
general election.
Following the announcement
of Mr Hanna's appointment,
there was wide speculation that
Mrs Hanna-Martin would step
down from politics.
It was thought that she
would do this to make way for
Senator Bernard Nottage to
joint Mr Christie's cabinet.
In 2001, the then governor-


general Sir Orville Turnquest
stood down because he con-
sidered it the right thing to do
in view of his son Tommy
Tuinquest's decision to vie for
leadership of the FNM, and
possibly the premiership if the
party won the 2002 elections.
Sir Orville in 2001 decided
to resign his post to avert any
suggestion of nepotism.
Mrs Hanna-Martin said she
feels that Tommy Turnquest's
circumstances at the time are
irrelevant to her present situa-
tion.


Hanna avoids knighthood question


NEW Governor-General
Arthur Hanna declined to say
whether or not he would
accept a knighthood from the
Queen.
In a brief question-and-
answer session with the press
yesterday at his swearing-in
ceremony, Mr Hanna was
asked whether he is to be
knighted in light of his
appointment as governor-
general.
His only reply was that the
matter has not yet been dis-
cussed.
"We haven't reach that far
yet. We haven't discussed that
- we don't have to. It must
be requested and we haven't
gone that far yet," he said.
Mr Hanna was a strong
proponent of independence
and an advocate of the
Bahamianisation policy dur-
ing the first PLP government.
He was well known for his
anti-colonial views, and it was
widely felt that he would
decline a knighthood if it was
offered.
"There was strong division
in our country regarding the


question of the monarchy, so
we kept it. British Honours was
not part of our discussions, so
we did not discuss it. Those who
want it, fine. Leaders must show
the way," added Mr Hanna.
In a press release issued by
the Cabinet, Mr Hanna is noted
for his close association with the
instrument of state policy that


came to be known in the late
1960's as "Bahamianisation".
"He was the principal archi-
tect and prime mover of the pol-
icy that played such a critical part
in ensuring that the systematic
elevation of Bahamians to posi-
tions of leadership in all spheres
of the national economy and in
the public service," he said.


One scheme, sa id Mr Cum-
berbatch, was for the officials
to hold two-thirds of Kozeny's
company without having con-
tributed any mon ey.
Another, he sa id, was for an
entry fee of betwi cen $8 million
and $12 million I )e paid to the
officials.
He also said accounts had
been set up in vi various banks -
using the name; of expensive
wines where a anywhere from
$100,000 to $:2 million was
being wired at a time to the
officials.
The bundle also contained


the applicable statutes of limi-
tation, as well as the relevant
sections of US codes that
Kozeny is alleged to have
defied, the prosecution said.
It included the affidavit of
Thomas Farrel, who said he
worked closely with Kozeny
during a special plot to gain
control of Azerbaijan's state-
owned oil company.
Farrel pleaded guilty to his
part in the fraud and money
laundering incidents, and now
faces a maximum of 10 years in
prison.
The case continues.


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Smaller and hybrid cars the answer


MR JACK Thompson, who now heads
the Road Traffic Department, says his
department will encourage the importation
of smaller cars to alleviate Nassau's traffic
congestion. An excellent move he should
be encouraged.
He sees smaller cars reducing the length
of the queues that daily clog the flow of traf-
fic on the streets of New Providence.
When one sees the long lines of idling
cars, burning expensive petrol and con-
tributing to global warming, it's a wonder
that car companies have not started a cam-
paign to encourage their customers to think
of the environment and eliminate their
dependence on fuel by buying smaller, and
more fuel-efficient vehicles.
A well regulated bus service that would
be safe, and would run on time with sched-
uled stops would encourage more people to
leave their cars at home and use public trans-
port.
Mr Thompson said his action plan is to
reduce the number of trips made by private
vehicles, reduce' traffic congestion, and
reduce travel cost. And it could also be
added reduce the need for Mr Hugo
Chavez's Venezuela crude oil.
Mr Thompson said there is an "escalating
deterioration" of Nassau's transport system.
The year 1999 opened with more than
86,000 vehicles in New Providence. By 2004,
there were more than 100,000 vehicles.
The Mott MacDonald Report produced
in 1999 said that between 6.30am and 9.30am
70,000 individual journeys are made each
day. Obviously these trips are to offices and
taking children to and from school. It pre-
dicted that if traffic were to continue to grow
at the present rate, there would be more
than 140,000 individual journeys being made
each day by the year 2020.
Today the average journey at peak hours
takes from 15 minutes to an hour, but in
2020 the same journey will take almost four
hours.
Plans are to develop a road network that
links people, goods and services; provide
improved facilities for pedestrians and
cyclists and an ecological sustainable trans-
port system.
This also means insisting that the Road
Traffic Department crack down on the jit-
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in tl ieir tail winds.
T, lr Thompson is also suggesting a shuttle
bus servicee to relieve the congestion on Bay
Stre, t. It is now time for all jitneys to be
moved from Bay Street they are the
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ough fare.
We have never had any interest in cars.
We don't know the makes, we don't know
the gadgets, we don't know how it "rides",
we do n't even know the number of our own
car.
To us a car is a four-wheeled, covered
vehicle that keeps out the hot sun, the cold
winds and the rain, and gets you to your
destina lion in one piece. If it can do all those
things without breaking down midway, then
in our estimation, it's a good car.
However, a few weeks ago, for the very
first time, a car did catch our eye. It was a
hybrid --- a neat little number that rode well.
We had heard so much in the US about
this car that we were intrigued when we had
the opportunity to be taken out to dinner in
one of them. We never listen when men talk
cars, buit this time we were all ears.
This particular car did 50 miles to the
gallon. The more we heard about this little
dream car, the faster Hugo Chavez and his
Venezuela crude oil faded into the wild blue
yonder. Imagine Bahamians owning a car
that would take them 50 miles for the price
of one gallon of gas.
Another feature is that a hybrid car does-
n't have to, rely on the gasoline engine all the
time because it has an alternate power
source the electric motor and batteries. So
the hybrid can sometimes turn off the gaso-
line engine when, for example, the vehicle is
stopped at a red light.
It's a sinnple car, although we understand
that Daimler and Lexus are also working
on their models probably with all the
bells and whistles added.
In the US, government is encouraging the
purchase of these cars by giving tax breaks.
In Nassau Mr Thompson wants to introduce
differential pricing on import duties and
motor vehicle registration fees. Here is his
ideal opportunity. It also seems to be an
ideal opportunity for an enterprising motor
dealer to introduce an environmentally
improved, fuel-efficient vehicle to the roads
of New Providence.


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the answer





to problems


EDITOR, The Tribune
RECENTLY, a number of
persons (including our godly
Minister of National Security)
have been calling for the
resumption of hanging. One
gets the impression, though,
that many of those persons call-
ing for the resumption of hang-
ing, as the main way of punish-
ing persons convicted of mur-
der, perceive the death penalty
as a silver bullet for crime, if
one might excuse the analogy. If
that is the perception I will
advise caution.
Now, there are a number of
reasons why someone advocat-
ing caution in the resumption
of hanging will not easily be
heard. Most people favour its
reintroduction because there
seems to be no other form of
punishment that has equal
capacity to deliver appeasement
to the family and loved ones of
those who have been murdered.
As the argument runs, those
who have no respect for the
lives of innocent victims should
not enjoy the benefits of living.
It is considered outrageous, if
not unjust, for the resources of
the state to be used to sustain
the lives of those whose acts
threaten, nay undermine, the
well-being of the state. Mur-
derers have forfeited their right
to life.
Another reason is that by
putting murderers to death a
strong message of community
,intolerance is sent to the per-
petrators. Some people consid-
er the reticence on the part of
both the PLP and the FNM
governments to hang those
death-row persons, who have
exhausted their appeal process,
as a sign of weakness or being
soft on crime. It is further
argued that criminals have been
emboldened by this failure to
press the law through to its bit-
ter end. People feel like mur-
ders continue unabated not so
much because the criminals are
fearless but more so because
they suspect that they will not
be caught, tried and killed, if
found guilty.
However, after hearing the
family of murdered victims
insisting that nothing short of
the resurrection of their loved
ones will appease them, I no
longer see capital punishment
as an appropriate means of per-
sonal or communal appease-
ment. Apart from the likelihood
of innocent persons being
hanged, there is something
about the death penalty that is
irksome. It may well be that
applying the death penalty will


be a deterrent to persons con-
templating murder. However, I
am not yet at a point of comfort
with hanging as an expression of
the value I place on human life
even when the life in question is
a wretched murderer. In other
words, the kinds of punishment
we use are not only expressions
of what we think about those
convicted of heinous crimes but
also expressions of the values
of the community and what we
think of ourselves. To say this is
not in the least to be sympa-
thetic to the merciless murder-
ers, who do not think twice
before erasing the lives of inno-
cent victims. Further, by saying
that the death penalty is irk-
some to me I do not .wish to
trivialise the hurt and pain that
relatives are feeling for the loss
of their loved ones.
It is evident though that peo-
ple who are so lacking in mercy
,and feeling, so as to take some-
one else's life, are the products
of the community and the soci-
ety in which we live. There is
something about the nature of
our society that it throws up
some wretched elements, with
which reasonable people wish
not to associate. My fear is that
by simply erasing the lives of
the perpetrators we are exon-
erating the structures of the
society that produce them. Peo-


pie must be held accountable
for their actions but we will be
very foolish to believe that what
we are facing, in the high mur-
der rate is simply individuals
acting in a premeditated man-
ner.
There is a social system, a
communal reality, in which
murderers find succour and sup-
port. If the social system is pre-
disposed to producing them,
like we saw in the movie, The
Matrix, there is an endless
stream of other potential mur-
derers who will take their place.
Each death that occurs, the way
we respond to it and the way
we treat the perpetrators when
they are caught, adds something
to our social milieu. The more
hate and venom we pour into
the social discourse (for exam-
ple, an eye for an eye, fight fire
with fire), the more of the same
venom the society produces.
The journey into this
Bahamian abyss of murder and
murderers did not come
overnight. Therefore, the silver
bullet of hanging is not going
to solve it. The time is right to
change our discourse from one
that honours life for some to
one that honours life for all. My
position then is that the heart-
less killers should not be
allowed to determine our
methodology of punishment nor
to define the value and honour
we place on human life.
JERRY ROKER
Nassau
January 2006


Good luck to



two Exumians


EDITOR, The Tribune
I WAS once again glued to my seat to hear across the radio
two Exumians carry the FNM message to the Bahamian peo-
ple. As an Exumian myself, and having watched these two men
grow up in George Town, I was so proud to know that Exuma
still produces leaders who could help develop our country.
Don Saunders and Anthony Musgrove gave great speeches
at the FNM rally in Exuma. They wanted to ensure that Exu-
ma's concerns were at the forefront of the FNM plan for the
further development of the Family Islands. However, I only
wish they had spoken more about the illegal immigration
problem in Exuma. I hope they do not forget this point in their
next speeches.
From what I hear on the streets, Anthony, who we know in
Exuma as Tinny, seems to be the people's choice for Exuma,
as he has never turned his back on the people in spreading the
FNM message to Exumians. I heard that Don has been work-
ing hard in an area in Nassau, so that I am sure that he has
their best interest at heart.
It made me wonder where two Exumians will be in the
coming months when election is called, as they seem to be
among the new faces of the party, at least from what I could
see even before their convention speeches and contributions.
As an Exumian, and an undecided voter, I wish Don and
Tinny the best in their fight to help development our country
they are doing a good job so far. I am so proud and good luck!
KAREN THOMPSON
Nassau
January 14 2006



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In brief Witness testimony ends in

Seminar


held on

family

issues
STAFF of the Communi-
ty Affairs Division of the
Ministry of Social Services
and Community Develop-
ment met with parents, chil-
dren, police officers, church
representatives and other
community stakeholders dur-
ing a seminar on family life
values, held at the Family
Life Centre in Flamingo Gar-
dens.
The event, which was one
of six seminars on the topic,
allowed for presentations and
discussions on issues con-
cerning the Bahamian family.
The next seminar will be
held today at the same loca-
tion, next to Gerald Cash Pri-
mary School, at 7pm.
Also assisting with the
event will be the Ministry of
Education. Organisers say
they hope the series will
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excited about efforts to initiate
a partnership with the Bahamas
government to further the pro-
tection of local marine life.
Four members of the organi-
sation arrived in New Provi-
dence over the weekend and
were hosted by members of the
Bahamas National Trust (BNT)
at a national park development
seminar this week.
Coastal management special-
ist John Parks, who is stationed
at the National Ocean Service
headquarters in Hawaii, said he
feels that the Bahamas is strug-
gling with the same environ-
mental issues as that Pacific
island chain.
"Most mainland culture is
very different from that of
islands. Management solutions
that work for nations like the
US, don't always work for
places like the Bahamas or
Hawaii," he said.


only certain portions of those
statements were true.
Mr Turner asserted that
Ricardo Miller had made up a
story to implicate Ryan Wells,
alias "Pretty Boy", and Anwar
Seymour in Mario's death -
when they had no involvement


Mr Parks said that part of his
job is to learn about and under-
stand the issues that other island
nations and states are facing, so
that a collaborative attempt can
be made to assist in overcoming
common challenges.
Scott Frew of NOAA's inter-
national programme office in
Silver Springs, Maryland said,
"We are eager to see what can
be done to partner with BNT
and the Department of Fish-
eries to further the protection of
an effective marine network
here in the Bahamas.
Executives from the NOAA
are expected to meet with offi-
cials from the Department of
Fisheries this week.



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Prosecutor Bernard Turner
suggested that this was not the
truth. He suggested that Ricar-
do had tried to sell some
cocaine to a prison officer but
had failed.
Mr Turner also suggested
that on the morning of Satur-


* By NATARIO McKENZIE
THE PROSECUTION in
the Mario Miller murder trial
suggested to defendant Ricar-
do Miller that his account of
events in which he implicated
a Jamaican rastaman and two
cohorts is false, and that he
and his brother Ryan were the
accountable party.
While on the stand on Tues-
day, murder accused Ricardo
Miller had given an account of
events in which he implicated
two "bright" men and a rasta
in the murder, telling the court
that he was being choked by a
fourth, "dark" man at the time.
As they ended their cross
examination of Ricardo Miller
yesterday, the prosecution also
brought all witness testimony
in the case to an end, as the
defence did not wish to cross
examine him.
The prosecution and the
attorneys for defendants Ryan
Miller and Ricardo Miller are
to address the court today and
Justice Anita Allen will sum up
the case on Friday. The trial
began on January 16.
During a continued session
of cross examination yesterday,
prosecutor Bernard Turner sug-
gested to Ricardo Miller that
he had made up a story about
being attacked during what was
supposed to be a drug deal on
Saturday June 22, 2002 and see-
ing a Jamaican man or yardiee"
stab Mario in the chest.
Ricardo Miller affirmed that
the testimony he gave the court
on Tuesday was the truth.
Mr Turner also suggested to
him that the two police state-
ments he had given Detective-
Sergeant 106 Meronard in June
of 2002 were true and were giv-
en as acts of confession.
Ricardo told the court that


a RICARDO Miller, also known as Tamar Lee, who is facing a
murder charge in connection with the death of Mario Miller,
son of Minister of Trade and Industry Leslie Miller


in the incident at all.
Mr Turner said that because
these men subsequently denied
having any involvement in the
murder, the accused Ricardo
Miller had sought to implicate
other fictitious characters such
as yardiee".
Miller said during cross exam-
ination that during the week of
June 17 to 22, 2002 he had sold
27 kilos of cocaine for Mario
Miller.


day, June 22, the day Mario
Miller was found dead, Ricardo
and his brother Ryan left their
home and went directly to
Super Value in Winton, having
made no other stops, contrary
to what Ricardo had testified.
Ricardo Miller told the court
on Tuesday that on that day, he
and Mario had an arrangement
to meet some men who were
supposedly from Freeport at the
Super Value Food Store in


Winton, where they were to sell
a number of kilos of cocaine.
Ricardo testified that Mario
expected to receive over
$300,000 for the drugs.

Denial

Mr Turner asked whether or
not Ricardo had possession of a
weapon during the supposed
drug deal, to which he replied
"No."
Mr Turner then questioned
him as to why he would con-
duct such a deal unarmed, not
knowing who he was to meet
:that morning.
Ricardo replied, "I trusted in
Mario because he knew them."
In recollecting the other men


involved in the deal, Ricardo
Miller said, "One was a
Jamaican by his accent, the oth-
er two were bright skin and the
one in the back of me was a
dark fella."
The "dark fella", according
to Ricardo, gun butted and
choked him while he and Mario
sat in Mario's green Infinity
jeep which was parked in the
lot of Super Value in Winton.
Ricardo Miller told the court
that he had tried to report the
incident to the police.
He said that he had gone to
the Central Detective Unit
seeking his cousin who worked
there, but was told that his
cousin was not at work at would
not return until the following
week.


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celebrated the anniversary in
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the Queen's College Foundaj
tion and members of the Par-,
ent Teacher Association (PTA);
The guest speaker was Drj
Reginald Eldon, secretary of
the Bahamas Conference of the
Methodist Church.
In her opening remarks, QC
principal Andrea Gibson
described several current cam-
pus development projects,
including an early learning cent
tre which is scheduled to open
in September.
She also mentioned the par-
tially completed sporting facili-
ties for basketball, volleyball,
long jump and triple jump
events. .
Mrs Gibson went on to reveal
future plans for a pavilion and a
state-of-the-art cafeteria.
Throughout the programme,
various sections of the school
showcased their talent, taking
part in songs, dances,.poetry
readings and speeches, with the
inaugural performances of the
high school marching band and
"the flagettes" featured as the
highlights of the day. -
The winners of various con-
tests held in the weeks before
were announced.
Ashton McQuay was named,
winner of the high school's
essay competition. Kenique
Toppin won the poetry compe-
tition and three students:
Michelle Knowles, Yasmine
Cooke and Chekainoh Strachan
won the "name the cafeteria"
competition.
The pre-schoolers waved
birthday flags as they sang
Queen's College, That's My
School! and the principal cut a
birthday cake to the sounds of
the QC junkanoo group as 116
green, red and white balloons
were released into the sky.
The site of the new cafeteria
was blessed by Kenris Carey,
president of the Bahamas Con-
ference of the Methodist
Church.
To bring an end to the festiv-
ities, the school will host its
annual PTA Steak Out, Fair
and Dance on Saturday Febru-
ary 4, from 12pm to 6pm.
This year, the funds from the
fair are being used to aid in the
building of the new cafeteria
and the refurbishment of the
auditorium.
The fair will feature the Roy-
al Bahamas Defence Force
Band, the Royal Bahamas
Police Force Band and the new-
ly formed Queen's College
High School Band, among oth-
er performers.
There will be displays of var-
ious goods and services; rides
and games; dishes ranging from
steak and chicken dinners to
native foods; and favourites
such as cotton candy and pop-
corn.


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* By FELICITY INGRAHAM
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IN the wake of last month's
prison break, fresh complaints
of inhumane treatment at Her
Majesty's Prison have surfaced
- this time in the Supreme
Court.
Murder accused Ellison
Smith told Senior Justice Ani-
ta Allen yesterday that he is
being treated "like a dog".
Smith said that he has been
chained in his cell ever since
the escape, and is forced to
sleep on the cold concrete with
no sheet or blanket and only


has a pair of boxers shorts to
wear at night.
Of the four inmates that
staged the January 17 escape,
convicted murderer Neil
Brown was killed by officers,
while convicted rapist Barry
Parcoi and convicted murder-
er Forrester Bowe were recap-
tured. Convicted armed rob-
ber Corey Hepburn is still at
large.
Smith told Senior Justice
Allen that his food is "as cold
as ice" when it is served to
him, and said that he has not
been allowed to bathe since
the lock down in the wake of


the break out.
All of his clothes and his
shoes have been taken from
him, he added.
Ellison Smith is accused of
the 1997 murder of Philip
"Becks" Beckford.
Justice Allen said his trial is
to begin on May 15. She
ordered director of public
prosecutions Bernard Turner
to look into the complaints and
report back to her by February
17.
Smith pleaded with the
judge, saying that he would
at least like to be warm
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victims and families of the victims in Bimini in the Chalk's crash
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tural development of our com-
munity. We are committed to
the to the social and psycho-
logical well being, and positive
growth of all of our citizens,
regardless of their age or eco-
nomic standing," she said.
Psychologist Dr Pamela
Mills accepted a $1,500
cheque at the council's office
in the Professional Business
Plaza on Pioneer's Way.
Mrs Doherty commended
Dr Mills and members of the
Mental Health Team for their
continuing efforts to provide
vital and viable counselling
for distressed persons.
She noted that affected res-
idents need counselling to
help them overcome feelings
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the loss of personal posses-
sions and homes.
"The City of Freeport
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ble community partner and'
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the provision of post hurri-
cane counselling, and looks
forward to enhancing our
partnership and support to the
Grand Bahama Mental
Health Team to ensure that
residents in our community
remain mentally healthy,"
Mrs Doherty said.
Dr Mills said the funds would
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The team, which is headed
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IT is totally justifiable to
question Prime Minister
Perry Christie's public declara-
ion that he supports hanging,
c specially when one considers
the setting in which he did so.


Why is it justifiable? It is for at
least three reasons.
First, for almost four years as
prime minister, Mr Christie saw
no need to make his belief about
hanging known in such a public
way. This is odd because there


Date:
Saturday February 4th, 2006


were good reasons before now
for him to have done so.
The PM came to office criti-
cising the former administration
about the state of crime in the
country. In 2000 there were 74
murders in The Bahamas arin'd,
although the rate decreased sig-
nificantly to 43 in 2001, by the
time Mr Christie took office in
2002 the country was on pace to
experience more than 50 mur-
ders.
Given the murder rate, it is
not surprising then that when
Mr Christie came to office, there
were a fair number of convict-
ed murderers waiting to be hung
and a loud cry from the public
for them to be hung.
Indeed, within a year of Mr
Christie becoming prime minis-
ter, two prominent business per-
sons were killed in Nassau and
Freeport within the space of a
week and the call for hangings to
resume reached a crescendo.

n fact, the PM gave a very
emotional speech around
that time in which he expressed
his outrage about crime and
vowed an intolerance of the
same. Interestingly, he said noth-
ing about his support for hanging
on that occasion and said noth-
ing about until now. One has to
wonder why.
Second, if the PM believed in
hanging all along, it hasn't in any
way resulted in any hanging tak-
ing place in the country in the
almost four years since he came
to office.
Former Prime Minister
Hubert Ingraham rightly pointed
out that, though he was person-
ally opposed to hanging, several
hangings occurred on his watch
because it was the law of the
land.
If a prime minister opposed
to hanging carried it out, one
would expect a prime minister
who supports it to carry it out.
The law of the land on hanging
has not changed and nor has the
process of law.
Therefore, Mr Christie's


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administration has the same
powers as Mr Ingraham's admin-
istration did. Why the differ-
ence? Could it be because some
personalities have changed?
We know that a number of
government ministers, including


If the PM
believed in
hanging all
along, it hasn't
in any way
resulted in any
hanging taking
place in the
country in the
almost four
years since he
came to office

the chief law enforcer in the
land, Attorney General Alfred
Sears, are against hanging. Could
this have anything to do with the
fact that hanging is not taking
place? Should one expect the
will of a prime minister who is
for hanging to be frustrated by
an attorney general who is
against it? Only if the PM's
belief about something has noth-
ing to do with his willingness to
act on what he believes.
Third, the recent prison out-
break that gave rise to the occa-
sion on which the PM made his
declaration "as a great embar-
rassment to the government and
had outraged the society.


Once again the public's
outcry for hanging to
resume had reached a crescendo.
In a highly charged and emotive
setting, taking place against the
backdrop of public anger and
the possibility of significant polit-
ical fallout, it is not unreason-
able to suspect that the pressure
.of the moment prompted the
PM to declare that he supports
hanging. Lesser circumstances
have caused more courageous
politicians to capitulate to the
expediency of a moment.
If the PM's declaration about
hanging was an effort to join a
bandwagon that might win or
maintain political support, it will
only produce results if something
happens afterward.
In other words, if no hangings
take place now that the PM has
made public his support for it,
which is exactly what has hap-
pened for the last three-plus
years, then the PM will come
across as a political opportunist
whose beliefs do not translate
into the execution of public pol-
icy or law.
If this occurs, he would have
been better off to stay silent. If
he says that he is unable to carry
out the law because of the judi-
cial process involved, then his
declaration was without mean-
ing in the first instance. Addi-
tionally, he concedes impotence
in the matter and there is noth-
ing worse than a powerless gov-
ernment. In fact, a government
without power has only two
recourses, quit or be changed.

uppose one government
S minister, has to stand in
for h'i s co'ljeague af. a: special
function and when he rises to
offer apology for his colleague


says that the colleague could noti
make it because he was called.
away on an emergency.
.What if you then found out,
that it was not likely that the;
minister's colleague was called
away on an emergency. but.
rather choose to break.his word
to attend the function in order to
attend .another function, which.
offered more political capital.
.How would you feel about
these politicians? Wouldn't you,
lose faith in their trustworthi-
ness because they would choose
to deceive you in a matter that
really could easily have been'
explained by the truth?
This may or may not be a real
scenario but this much is true;
those who serve in public office
today and those who seek to
serve in public office should
understand the very seriousness
of being truthful to the public.
The fact is that at.the heart of
the integrity of government and
the strength of our democracy
is a people's belief that its offi-
cials will not deceive them.
On the day this belief dis-
solves, our nation will be reduced
to a state of organised anarchy
that will be intolerable to bear.
We already see in some areas of
our country, both in private and
public circles, that where a per-,
sistent practice of dishonesty has
prevailed, it is virtually impossi-.
ble to achieve meaningful results
and just as impossible to correct
the situation..
Government officials should
not tell lies to the public, eyveni
they are very good.at~doing so
and even it they. are likely to get
away with it. -. .
Deceiving the public is a can-,
cerous growth that can only be
treated by the most severe of
procedures, invasive surgery. A.
word to the wise is sufficient.
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FROM page one


must have priority," Mr Wilson
said.
Nevertheless, he is pleased
with what he has received so
far.
"The report, as far as I can
tell as a layman and as an
administrator, is following along
very pragmatic lines," he said.
During the prison break one
officer, Corporal Deon Bowles,
a 13-year veteran, was stabbed
to death and prison officers
Kenneth Sweeting and David
Armbrister were injured.
The early morning incident
led to four prisoners, two of
them on death row, escaping
from the maximum security
block.
They included convicted ser-
ial rapist Barry Parcoi, who was
wounded and recaptured after
his fourth escape. Parcoi, along
with convicted murderer For-
rester Bowe, was recaptured
immediately.
Convicted murderer Neil
Brown, who in a 2005 retrial


Report
was found guilty of the May,
2000, murder of Anglican
Archdeacon William Thomp-
son, was shot dead while trying
to escape.
Corey Hepburn was recap-
tured last night.
According to officer Kenneth
Sweeting, the escapees had clev-
erly cut the bottom of three of
the bars in their cells to conceal
the fact that they intended to
escape.
While the ministry waits for
the report, Mr Wilson said that
some funding the ministry had
been waiting for had been fast-
tracked.
He said he could not com-
ment on what the funds would
be spent on exactly "but if you
keep your eyes open, you will
see what they are.
"The release of funds has
been speeded up in relation to
certain capital development
projects on the prison com-
pound."


BUT set to file legal action

FROM page one
dence, Ms Owens produced a paper on what she said took place at Aba-
co Central High.
"The parliamentary secretary wrote that the principal has no lead-
ership ability and was disrespected by the staff, that there were teach-
ers who did not teach, who left the campus any time they wished and
who displayed negative attitudes towards the students.
"She further stated that, because teachers were not teaching, students
were concerned about passing their upcoming examinations. When the
results of the classes taught by these teachers are reviewed, however,
a different picture emerges and it is not reflective of Ms Owens' wild
accusations," Mrs Poitier-Turnquest said in a press release yesterday.
Ms Owens, she said, demanded that an investigation take place and
that the teachers be removed from the Bahamian educational sys-
tem.
"In other words give them a fair trial and hang them first thing in the
morning. The Bahamas Union of Teachers met with Ms Owens last
year to relay the staff's request that she apologise. This request has not
been honoured and just last week she stated categorically that she had
nothing to apologise for," the union president said.
SThe BUT, Mrs Poitier-Turnquest said, took grave exception to this
and served notice that "the eoen season on teachers is now closed."
- "As you are aware over the 'ast few years the principal, staff and stu-
dents of the Abaco Central High School have experienced two hurri-
canes and two fires that caused considerable damage to the school. This
dedicated staff worked for more than a year without electricity and in
woefully inadequate physical conditions," she said.
Minister of Education Alfred Sears declined to comment yesterday.


FROM page one

Ministers Alfred Sears and
Neville Wisdom said yesterday
that, after being thoroughly exam-
ined .by a team of local and
American experts, the govern-
ment building has been declared
fit for staff to return to work
today.
; In addition to the Department
of Environment Health Services,
and the Ministry of Works and
Utilities Allied Indoor Environ-
ment, a Florida-based company
also reviewed the building.
"The proposed approach to
resolving the indoor air quality
at the Thompson Boulevard
building includes the use of EPA
certified chemicals, installation of
fourair cleaners on each floor of
the building, cleaning all mould
from indoor surfaces and contin-
tiation of air quality monitoring to
ensure levels of mould are being
reduced," said Mr Sears.
He added that the building will
also undergo extensive renova-
tions to remove and replace of
all mould contamination of build-
ing materials.
A thorough cleaning of all car-
pets will also be undertaken, he
added.
Custodial staff will also be
trained to ensure that proper
inaintenance is used to prevent
mould growth and there will be
improvements made to the air
conditioning system, he said.
Mr Wisdom added that, since


Mould
his ministry set up office in the
building, there have been numer-
ous complaints, including sewer-
age problems, faulty 'water sup-
ply and interrupted telephone ser-
vice.
He said the two ministries are
calling for a full investigation into
the construction of the building,
which was built during. 1999-2001,
and was occupied in 2002.
He said it was most unfair that
the public has been so inconve-
nienced by this problem.
Also at the press conference
was Bahamas Public Service
Union president John Pinder,
who said he is satisfied at the gov-
ernment's response to the prob-
lem and their action in ensuring
that the building is made safe for
union members.
Hundreds of staff walked out
of the two ministries on Tuesday
in protest at the "unsanitary con-
ditions" in their offices.
They complained that strong
fumes from chemicals used by the
environmental health department
to,fight the mould made it virtu-
ally impossible to work in the
building.
The fumes, staff told The Tri-
bune, made some people faint
and vomit.
One education official said the
mould had been present since the
two ministries moved into the
building four years ago.


FROM page one Rigby


He said it is obvious the FNM
leader is "hell-bent on seeking to
revise the truth of history with
regard to when he served as
prime minister."
He added: "Mr Ingraham
would be wise to remember that
he failed to consult the Bahamian
people on the appointment of
two governors general under his
tenure and, in fact, had such a
despicable record of public con-
sultation that he deserved the
description of dogmatic, dictato-
rial and one who had a one-pony
show."
On Tuesday, Mr Ingraham, in
a letter to Prime Minister Perry
Christie, suggested that consul-
tation in the appointment of a
governor general should be intro-
duced to secure the confidence
of Bahamians in the system of
their government.
While he pledged his. party's
co-operation with Mr Hanna, Mr
Ingraham took the opportunity
to raise the question of consulta-
tion in such nationally important
appointments.
"I am aware that our Consti-
tution provides for the appoint-
ment of a Govetnor General by
Her Majesty and that such
appointee shall hold office during
Her Majesty's pleasure but is
silent as to the process," he said.


In his letter, Mr Ingraham
pointed out that provisions
included in the Constitution
demonstrate that consultation is
important in cases where it is
highly desirable that wide public
confidence is achieved.
"The Governor General is also
a symbol of unity for the nation
and it is therefore equally impor-
tant that the public should have
confidence in the ability of the
person appointed to fulfil this
role.
"I suggest that while the Con-
stitution is silent on the method
of advice, consultation and
appointment, in the spirit of the
Constitution the prime minister
would be well-advised to consult
with the leader of the opposition
beforee advising Her'Majesty," he
said.
s Mr Ingraham added that he
would welcome the opportunity
to discuss this matter with Mr
Christie, "with a view to estab-
lishing a binding convention for
the future." : '
Meanwhile, Mr Rigby said it
would also be wise for Mr Ingra-
ham to remember his'ifailire to
consult the stakeholders in the
financial services industry prior
to "ramming down the com-
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to the loss of lucrative jobs for
Bahamians."
It would be wise for Mr Ingra-
ham to act as a mature and sea-
soned politician rather than one
who has no sense of what public
life and service demand.
Nevertheless, Mr Rigby said


that the PLP publicly salut
congratulated Mr Hanna
appointment.
"We are confident that he will
be a valiant fighter and protec-
tor of the sovereignty of this
Commonwealth and our demo-
cratic institutions and will defend
the will of the people of The
Bahamas," he said.


'25 laid off' from Shell's head office

FROM page one
company was experiencing a "restructuring" and faced certain employ-
ee challenges.
Former task force chairman of the BPRA, Kenneth Perigord, told
The Tribune that he understands that Shell was always overstaffed and
was now simply downsizing to the appropriate staff number.
"It is very unfortunate, these lay-offs, but it is understandable.
Shell has always had triple the staff that Esso and Texaco had," he said.
Trade and Industry Minister Leslie Miller said he was "deeply sad-
dened" that Bahamians had to be laid-off at this time of "economic
hardship."
"I hope at least the new owners will assist these people in finding
meaningful and productive new jobs," he said.
Mr Perigord, a long-time Shell retailer, said that while the other two
oil companies employed only 17-20 people at their Bahamas offices,
Shell had about 60 workers.
"I think it was because the former owners were a foreign company
and they felt like they owed the Bahamian economy. With their social
conscience they sponsored the Saxons and hired Bahamians they did-
n't really need," he said.
Shell Bahamas, Mr Perigord said, had lost a lot of money in recent
years, adding that in his opinion the lay-offs were inevitable and nec-
essary in order for FOCOL to make a profit from the newly-acquired
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FROM page one
filled Government House ballroom to witness the swearing-in of Mr
Hanna, who served for many years as deputy prime minister under
the late Sir Lynden Pindling.
SThose attending included FNM Leader Hubert Ingraham and for-
mer Governor Generals Dame Ivy Dumont, Sir Orville Turnquest
and Sir Clifford Darling. Also there was US Ambassador John
Rood.
During formalities, Wendall Major, Cabinet Secretary, read the
commission from Her Majesty the Queen.
SThen Chief Justice Sir Burton Hall read both the oath of alle-
giance and the oath of office to Mr Hanna, before they both signed
the register.
SMr Hanna, in his acceptance speech, told witnesses that he is
deeply conscious of the important duties that now press hard upon
him.
With this in mind, he entered into a convenant with the Bahami-
an people to bring peace and unity within the community.
"I promise that in all that I do and say, I shall endeavour to sow
the seeds of peace so that all the people of our nation, be they rich
or poor, black or white, city dweller or Family Islander, can be
brought ever closer to a harvest of social harmony and happy con-
cord," he said.
SHe added that he is deeply appreciative of the opportunity to be
of further service to his "beloved country."
SHe emphasised that all of his life he had sought to serve the
Bahamas to the very best of his ability, and to do so with integrity and
high purpose.
Mr Hanna said: "That sense of high purpose is what inspired me
when I stepped forward to join the battle against injustice more
than 50 years ago.
"It is that same sense of high purpose that inspires me now, in the
twilight of my career in public life, as I answer this call to play my part
in the continued building of the nation I helped found more than 30
years ago."
Prime Minister Perry Christie hailed Mr Hanna as a "warrior for
freedom and nationhood." He pointed out that Mr Hanna 50 years
ago threw his heart and soul into the great struggles of his time.


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proposed Bahamas Visitor
Safety and Security Board
to make Nassau more visi-
tor-friendly.
Working to make the
Board a reality are Ministry
of Tourism, Nassau Tourism
Development Board, Royal
Bahamas Police Force,
Bahamas Hotel Association,
Safe Bahamas and the
Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce.
Working to make the offi-
cers more comfortable was
the Downtown Improve-
ment Initiative. The umbrel-
la and the friendly officers
became an instant tourist
attraction and photo oppor-
tunity for visitors from New
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son and Doris Johnson Senior
High Schools.
As part of the celebration
projects of Rotary Interna-
tional's Centennial Anniver-
sary, the Rotary Clubs of The
Bahamas are placing Rotary
4 Way Test Plaques on all the
Government Senior High
Schools in The Bahamas.
The remaining Bronze
-Plaques will be installed by
Rotarians over the course of
the next few weeks. Rotarians
will then follow up with men-


touring time with the students
and a presentation on the Four
Way Test and the values it
represents.
The world's first Rotary
Club was started in Chicago,
Illinois by four men on Febru-
ary 23, 1905. There are now 1.2
million Rotarians and 32,317
Rotary Clubs in 168 countries
around the world. There are
10 clubs in The Bahamas,
including three in Grand
Bahama and one in Abaco.
The Four'Way Test, writ-
ten by Herbert Taylor (Rotary
International President 1954-
55), was adopted by Rotary


International in 1943.
The following Rotarians
were present at this historical
installation event; Peter Bates,
Jamal Davis, district governor
nominee Richard McCombe,
Christopher Russell, assistant
district governor Murray
Forde, Tim Dames, Uriah
Cartwright, Melinda Mitchell
(representing the Freeport
Clubs), Patrick Rollins, Peter
Goudie and Winston Rolle.
Photos were taken at Doris
Johnson Senior High School.
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pal of the school is pictured at
far right.


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BAHAMA SOUND (EXUMA), Lot #7088 situated in Bahama Sound, Exuma section 10 East. Great Exuma approximately 10.5
miles west of George Town lot is square in shape on elevation of approximately 15 ft., above sea level contains 10,000 sq. ft.,
No adverse site conditions noted. This property is single family residence. Property is located on the northwestern side of the
Queen's Highway, about 10.5 miles northwest of George Town. Appraisal: $23,100.00

MURPHY TOWN (ABACO). Lot #78B vacant land, the property has average surface drainage and is not susceptible to flooding
under normal conditions. Land size 104 x 78 approximately 11,277 sq. ft. Estimated Value: $15,000.00


THF TRIBUNE


DUNDAS TOWN
(Abaco)

S2 storey, 4 bed, 2 bath on 1/2 acre lot no. 25, living room, dining room, family room, kitchen downstairs, upstairs
*^ B 3 *there are 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.Age is 16 years, color is yellow trimmed with white, upperlevel 1,080
sq. ft., lower level, 1080 sq. ft., garage 420 sq. ft., covered verahandahs 390 sq. ft., the land is portion W of
H one of the Dundas Town Crown Allotment parcels situated near Forest Drive being just under half acre in
size. Located on the southern side of a ridgeeing 12 feet plus above sea level with little likelihood of flooding
grounds well kept with above average landscaping including grass cover with palms and citrus trees. Enclosed
7 on 3 sides-with a 6 ft., metal fences and ficlis trees at the fron. 30 ft., by 36 ft., roof garage now used as a
.a ~ nursery school. At the upper level on the eastern side is covered wooden verandah 6 ft., x 30 ft., interior walls
concrete, ceiling of sheet rock and floor of ceremic tiles.
Appraisal: $153,275.00
WEST RIDGE ESTATES
1..H,,,.. (Nassau). :
I ^ All that piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 34,089 sq. ft., being lot #152, of West Ridge Estates
Subdivision, zoining is single family residential with all utilities available. The subject property is on hilly terrain
S ll at the top of a ridge that offers a lovely view to the northeast. The grounds are attractively landscaped with a
grass lawn, ornamental shrubs and flowering plants. Other improvements include chain link fencing along the
sides and rear boundaries, with a concrete block wall at the front with asphalt paved driveway.

Appraisal: $1,110,888.00
N; "1 There are two buildings located on this property. The main 2 storey house is located at the highest point of
the property. This house has an approximate gross floor area of 4,8000 sq. ft., upstairs consist of 3 full bedroom suites (each with a full bathroom),
inlcuding a master bedroom suite, an office with a bathroom (shower only) and sitting room. Downstairs consist of living room, formal dining area, casual
dining area, powder room and spacious kitchen (at least 500 sq ft)

CYCLOPS GARDEN
.(Nassau)

All that lot of land numbering as "H" being one of several lots in Cyclops Gardens located off the northern
side of Cowpen Road one corner west of Faith Avenue Junction. This property comprise of a two and a half
year old single storey duples with a gross floor area of 1,512.42 sq. ft., each unit consisting of 2 bedrooms all
8 Ewth wall airconditioning units, 1 bathroom, living, dining and kitchen building is effectively new.
SAppraisal: $215,261.00
S.. Heading south on Faith Avenue to junction off Cowpen road make a right then first right again. The subject
property is the 4th on the right tan trimmed brown.

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

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

LOT #7 EARLY SETTLERS DRIVE
....' (Eleuthera)

All that lot of land and improvements having an area of 11,200 sq. ft. being #7 Early Settlers Drive,
SNorth Eleuthera Heights, Eleuthera one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This
property is comprised an incomplete two storey single family structure consisting of approximately
2,255.92 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, living room, dining, kitchen
Sand tv room.
Appraisal: $132,968.00





NORTH ELEUTHERA HEIGHTS (ELEUTHERA), Lot #20 approximately 11,200 sq. ft., and bounded on North by Early Settler
Drive and South by Deal Investment Ltd., this is a single family zoning and 50 ft., above sea level. This site encompasses a
foundation with plumbing and roughing inplace and well compacked quarry fill. The concrete floor has not been poured as yet.
The foundation is 2,511 sq. ft. Lot #20 situated 1.5 miles east wardly of the Bluff Settlement. The said lot is vacant and a hill
over looking the Atlantic Ocean. Appraisal: $41,275.00








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* MS XERNONA Clayton joins in with the Swingers junkanoo group as they entertained a group:
of US businessmen at the home of Mr and Mrs Jackson Ritchie. The executives were on the island
looking into investment opportunities and heard from several Bahamian business leaders about the
opportunities available on Grand Bahama. Mrs Ritchie is pictured (right) showing Mrs Clayton
how to shake the cowbell.


Tourism chief presents



showcase of investment



opportunities to


foreign businessmen


FREEPORT, Grand
Bahama Like everything else
in the Bahamas, the climate for
investing is "very, very hot"
according to Tourism deputy
director-general David John-
son.
Mr Johnson said that this is
especially so on islands like
Grand Bahama.
He was speaking during a
breakfast held for a visiting group
of potential foreign investors,
who came to the Bahamas as a
part of a post Trumpet Awards
Promotional Trip.
The trip was led by the cre-
ator and executive producer of
the Trumpet Awards, Xernona
Clayton.
The aim of the breakfast, held
on Thursday at the.Our Lucaya
Resort on Grand Bahama, was
to showcase investment oppor-
tunities in the Bahamas, and
give special attention to Grand
Bahama.
Mr Johnson was one' of an
extensive list of speakers, who
addressed the group on a vari-
ety of investment topics rang-
ing from tourism oriented part-
nership opportunities to finan-
cial services.
The focus of Mr Johnson's
speech was the current and
planned tourist related devel-
opments for Grand Bahama.
He told the group that now is
an opportune time for exploring
investments on Grand Bahama,
as the island is currently poised
for a "gigantic take-off".
Mr Johnson said that once
planned developments like
the one currently underway by
the Ginn Corporation and the
expansion by Old Bahama Bay
- are completed the present
room capacity on the island will
more than double.
He added that because Flori-
da is running out of available


* WENDY Warren, CEO of the Bahamas Financial Services
Board, addressed the group of potential investors


beachfront properties, the real
estate climate in the Bahamas
can only keep getting better.
Grand Bahama Port Author-
ity (GBPA) deputy Chairman
Willie Moss also addressed the
group.
She gave a brief history of the
city of Freeport and outlined
the concessions currently
extended to the GBPA by the
government.
* Mrs Moss added that these
concessions would also extend
to any investor who chose to do
business in the port area.
Wendy Warren, CEO of the
Bahamas Financial Services
Board, showcased the findings of
international ratings agencies like
Moody's Investor Service and
Standard and Poor's, which have
consistently given the Bahamas
investment.grade ratings.
Characteristics that lead to a
country being rated include
prime geographical positioning,
modern information service
technology and a stable eco-
nomic and political climate.
Other speakers at the special


breakfast included Dowdeswei
Coakley, president of the GranI
Bahama Chamber of Com-
merce; Melvin Johnson, prest-
dent of Tennessee State Uni-
versity; and Jim May of the
State of Missouri Lottery. ,
The group of 80 Africari-
American business men antd
women arrived in Grand
Bahama last Tuesday. During
the visit, they participated inca
number of activities including
a private reception on Tuesday
night and a special breakfast for
select high school students
throughout the Freeport area
on Wednesday morning.
The Bahamas has had a long
association with the Trumpet
Awards and a number of promi-
nent Bahamians have received
honours in several categories qf
the prestigious annual award.-
In 2002, Bahamian actorr Sir
Sidney Poitier received theLiiv-
ing Legend Award and in '203
Prime Minister Perry Christie
was the first individual to lie
designated a Global Hero .y
the organisation.


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Miami Herald Business, Stocks, Analysis, Wall Street


Bahamas exports


Import duties cuts


to US rise by 23% to aid private sector

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M By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor


US recording industry
'very interested' in


EXPORTS of Bahamian
goods and services to the US pushing phonogram
under the Caribbean Basin rights into Bahamian
Economic Recovery Act
increased by 23 per cent dur- copyright law
ing the first nine months of 2005
to $78.779 million, data supplied
by the US Trade Representative's office has revealed.
The sixth report to Congress on the operation of the Act
showed that the Bahamian exports it covered accounted for 13.9
per cent of this nation's total exports to the US.
Although Bahamian exports
under the Act in 2005 had
increased from the $64.034 mil- SEE page 5B


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New York campaign


The Ministry of Tourism yesterday said it had advised
that two of the 80 panels from its 'station domination' mar-
keting campaign be removed from the New York subway and
replaced, as there was concern they encouraged" unsafe
behaviour".
The Ministry said in a state-
ment yesterday that itself and SEE page 6B
Fallon Advertising, the Min-




Hilton developer.

gets 'conditional'

leave to appeal


crime defence


* By NEILHARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

should reduce or
eliminate import
duties on security
devices to help
Bahamian businesses strength-
en defences against armed rob-
Sbers and thieves, a report has
suggested.
The document, written by
Safe Bahamas' Marlon John-
son for the Inter-Amrican
Development Bank (IDB),
called for greater attention to
be paid to 'target hardening'
strategies that would deter gun-
Smen and thieves from target-
ing homes and businesses.


Mr Johnson, who is also cor-
porate secretary for the Small
Business Association of the
Bahamas, wrote: "The public
authorities can play an impor-
tant role by reducing the costs
of individuals and businesses
acquiring security devices and
instruments.
"In the Bahamas, this could
be accomplished by a reduc-
tion or elimination of Customs
duties and other import fees
on items such as home security
screens and bars, steel doors,
home and business surveillance
equipment, motion sensor
lights."
Mr Johnson said that since
security equipment was only a
small percentage of the


Report calls for restorative justice

to deal with 'cultural acceptance of

stealing and thievery'; unemployment
fall reduces property crime


Bahamas' annual total imports,
tax reductions on these goods
"would not prove detrimental"
to the Government's fiscal
position.
Import taxes on most goods
average about 35 per cent, with
a further 7 per cent added on
top of that in the form of stamp
tax.
Mr Johnson said: "An elimi-


nation of these duties would
bring down prices considerably
and allow more individuals and
businesses to upgrade their
security infrastructure."
To reduce the level of theft,
breaking and entering in
Bahamian society, which was

SEE page 5B


FOCOL lays off 1/3 of Shell


workers; gives $2.8m package


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
FREEPORT Oil (FOCOL) Holdings
Company yesterday said it had provided a
$2.8 million redundancy and pension pack-
age to the 21 employees it was laying off at
Shell (Bahamas) Clifton Pier head office,
following its acquisition of the latter's oil
products business.
Taking effect from yesterday, FOCOL
Said it was proceeding with an "agreed-
upon" restructuring programme that would
downsize staff at Shell's head office by
one-third from 62 to 41 employees. The
redundancy package was said to have "sur-
passed" legal requirements.
In a statement, the two companies said
That the business acquired by FOCOL
Holdings on January 16, 2006, "was sig-
nificantly smaller" than the one Shell had


operated previously in the Bahamas before
its international head office in London
decided to sell the Caribbean operations.
FOCOL added: "During 12 months of
negotiations with Shell, the need to restruc-
ture the company was identified by all con-
cerned as necessary to ensure that a viable
company emerged from the acquisition
process."
FOCOL Holdings paid Shell $32.5 mil-
lion for its retail, commercial fuels, lubri-
cants and LPG businesses in the Bahamas
and Turks & Caicos. The deal is being
financed by a $25 million preference share
issue, with the remaining sum of $7.5 mil-
lion coming from a long-term commercial
bank loan.
The acquisition more than doubles the
size of FOCOL Holdings, which previous-
ly just operated on Grand Bahama. Effec-
tively, it is a 'make or break' deal for


FOCOL, as any failure to extract the
expected profits and' cost savings could
have bad consequences for the company.
Therefore, yesterday's downsizing is like-
ly to be FOCOL's first move towards
extracting the long-term savings and effi-
ciencies it needs to make its substantial
investment work and be profitable.
Shell's Clifton Pier Jead office has long
been viewed by industry insiders as over-
staffed, employing 62 Workers in compar-
ison to the 20 working at Esso and Texa-
co's head offices.
Due to the size of the acquisition and
time it will take to integrate Shell into
FOCOL's business, shareholders in the
latter, which is listed on the Bahamas Inter-
national Securities Exchange (BISX), are


SEE page 3B


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE British Colonial
Hilton's developer has been
given conditional leave to
appeal a Court of Appeal ver-
dict, which found he received a
$3 million "fraudulent prefer-
ence" from a failed offshore
bank run by Prime Minister
Perry Christie's brother, to the
UK Privy Council.
The Court of Appeal made
its ruling on January 23, giving
Ron Kelly 90 days to lodge a
security of up to $2,861 for
prosecution of the appeal.
. The bond will also cover all
costs that may arise if Mr Kel-
ly does not obtain final leave to
appeal, if the appeal is dis-
missed for non-prosecution,
and if the Privy Council's Judi-
cial Committee orders him to
pay the costs of the appeal.
Mr Kelly also has 90 days to
do everything necessary to pre-
pare the record for hearing the
appeal, and dispatching all nec-
essary documents to the UK.
The Court of Appeal backed
a previous Supreme Court rul-
ing, finding that the $3 million


paid by Americas Internation-
al Bank Corporation (AIBC)
to a company controlled by Mr
Kelly, the man who acquired
both the British Colonial
Hilton and South Ocean Golf
& Beach Resort through his
RHK Capital vehicle, was
made just weeks before the
bank was placed into voluntary
liquidation.
Justices Dame Joan Sawyer,
Justice Ganpatsingh and Jus- .
tice Ibrahim upheld the
Supreme Court verdict in
favour of AIBC's liquidator,
BDO Mann Judd accountant
Clifford Culmer, saying: "This,
in our view, was clearly a fraud-
ulent preference made within
three months of AIBC going
into liquidation."
In their 13-page judgement,
the Court of Appeal justices
recorded that Mr Kelly became
embroiled with AIBC in 2000,
the year it "began to experi-
ence financial difficulties".
Mr Kelly was approached to
provide capital support, and it
was proposed that he take over


SEE page 8B


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Miss Keva Ingraham returned to join the Private Banking Team of BSI Overseas (Bahamas) Limited
(BSIO), Nassau, after having successfully completed the Graduates' Training Program at head office,
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Products and Services and full immersion.into Private Banking.
Management and staff of BSIO welcome Keva back and congratulate her for her initiative and diligence
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Please join us in welcoming the latest
addition to our center of highly
qualified physicians in the
Renaissance Medical Building.


Dr. S. Thompson received her Doctor
of Medicine degree from Howard
University College of Medicine in
Washington, D. C.


She completed her Obstetrics.and ,
Gynecology Residency at Rochester
General Hospital in Rochester, NY,
where she served as Chief Resident
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American Board Certified in
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REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS
FOR CUSTOM BROKERAGE SERVICES

TENDER NO. 594/06

The Bahamas Electricity Corporation invites tenders from eligible bidders for the
provision of Custom Brokerage Services in New Providence,.

Bidders are required to collect packages from the Administration Office, Blue Hill
& Tucker Roads by contacting:-

Mrs Delmeta Seymour
Administrative Officer
Blue Hill & Tucker Roads
Nassau, Bahamas
Phone No. 302-1158
Fax No. 323-6852

Tenders are to be hand-delivered on or before 10 February 2006 by 4:00pm and
addressed as follows:

The General Manager
Bahamas Electricity Corporation
Blue Hill & Tucker Roads
Nassau, Bahamas

Attention: Mrs Delmeta Seymour

Marked: Tender No. 594/06

"CUSTOM BROKERAGE SERVICES"

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Kerzner takes legal action




against rival over 'Atlantis'


Kerzner International has
launched legal action in the US
against a rival resort and casino
operator in a bid to prevent it
from expanding use the
'Atlantis' name.
Monarch Casino & Resort
said the owner of Paradise
Island's Atlantis and One &
Only Ocean Club resorts had
initiated litigation against it in
the US District Court in Neva-


da, trying to prevent it from
using the 'Atlantis' brand on
any resort casino other than the
one based in Reno.
Seeking
Monarch said Kerzner Inter-
national was "seeking the
court's declaratory judgement
prohibiting Monarch from using
the name 'Atlantis' in connec-


tion with offering casino ser-
vices other than at Monarch's
Atlantis Casino Resort in Reno,
Nevada, and particularly pro-
hibiting Monarch from using
the 'Atlantis' name in connec-
tion with casino services in Las
Vegas, Nevada".
Kerzner International was
also seeking injunctive relief
enforcing the same, unspecified
compensatory and punitive


damages, and other relief.
Response
In response, Monarch said:
"Monarch believes this lawsuit
to be entirely without merit,
intends to defend against it vig-
orously, and holds legal and
contractual rights which it
believes will lead to its success-
ful defence against the claims."


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likely to take a long-term view
and wait two years to see
whether the deal starts to deliv-
er. The key is whether FOCOL
Holdings has the depth of man-
agement expertise and experi-
ence to properly execute and
derive maximum financial ben-
efits from its Shell acquisition.
Gas station retailing in the
Bahamas is a volume-driven
business due to the Govern-
ment-imposed price controls of
$0.44 and $0.33 per gallon on.


the retail and wholesale mark-
ups respectively. This means
that winning more market
share is the key to success, and
Shell is generally regarded to
be lagging behind Texaco and
Esso.
The Shell brand will remain
on all the gas stations involved
in the deal, with FOCOL con-
tinuing to use it under a trade-
mark agreement. Shell West
will continue to supply prod-
ucts at the wholesale level.


An increasingly growing entertainment store
seeks to employ a Female Sales Clerk to assist
in the store.

Requirements:
Age 19 23
Responsible
Trustworthy
Team Player
Motivated
Good Personality

Interested persons, please telephone
392-2435 to arrange an interview.




NOTICE



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

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


CASH, FOUNTAIN
Chambers
Armstrong Street
Nassau, The Bahamas

Attorneys for the Personal Representative.


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full-service beach club, plus a level of service like you would expect at the One&Only Ocean Club and its incomparable spa.











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We are the leading garment care organization
who has the following challenging positions for
energetic, dynamic and team oriented individuals.
DRY CLEANER
Are you a skilled stain removal technician?
Do you take pride in your work? Would you like to earn
more money? Experience preferred but will train.
PRESSER
Are you an experienced presser who would like
to make $375 or more a week?
TEAM LEADER
Are you fed up with "graveyard shifts" or low pay?
Do you like to smile? Do you have a positive attitude?
If you have answered YES to ALL of these questions
for a given position, please fax your resume detailing
work experience, training and salary requirements
to 393-8902, or pick up an application form.
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THE TRIBUNE'


NOTICE



ESTATE OF MARION MADILL


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



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

Attorneys for the Personal Representative






SQueen's College
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AN IMMEDIATE VACANCY EXISTS FOR

A SCHOOL
BUS DRIVER/MESSENGER



The successful candidate should be:

In possession of a public service license/valid
driver's license
A multi-tasker
Team player
Extremely confidential
Minimum of two years experience in this capacity
or a similar capacity

Only Bahamians need apply.

The names and relevant contact information of at least
two professional references should also be listed.

Persons offered appointments will be expected to make
a commitment to work in harmony with Christian
principles and to support the emphases of the Bahamas
Conference of The Methodist Church of which the
school is a part.

Resumes and covering letters should be addressed to
THE PRINCIPAL, QUEEN'S COLLEGE P.O. Box
N 7127 or faxed to 242 393 3248.


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31 January 2006 '
BISX LISTED & TRADED SECURITIES VISIT WA i4r A DfMF.. rM.RE DATA & INFORMATION
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX: CLOSE 1.358.10.1 CH ;...4'2 ff 03 /.YT4, .;39 I YTD % 00.5 .
52.'K-H. 52wk-Low S, mool Pre itous Close Today's Close Change Daily Vol EPS 5 Dr. S P E Yield
1 10 0.72 .Abaco Markelt 0 72 0 72 0 00 0 169 0.000 NM U 0 00
10.52 8.00 Bahamas Property Fund 10.52 10.25 -0.27 1,430 1.456 0.360 7.0 3.51%
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 1.26 1.26 0.00 0.105 0.060 12.0 4.76%
1.20 0.87 Fidelity Bank -.17. 1.17 0.00 0.070 0.040 16.7 3.42%
9.60 7.20 Cable Bahamas 9.53 9.53 0.00 300 0.689 0.240 13.8 2.52%
2.20 1.39 Colina Holdings 1.64 1.70 0.06 1,000 -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%
4.67 4.12 Consolidated Water BDRs 4.67 4.59 -0.08 0.099 0.045 47.2 0.96%
2.88 1.50 Doctor's Hospital 2.87 2.87 0.00 0.429 0.000 16.7 0.00%
6.20 3.99 Famguard 6.05 6.05 0.00 0.428 0.240 12.7 S.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 0.833 0.500 12.1 4.98%
1.99 1.15 Freeport Concrete 1.15 1.15 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 6.55 6.52 -0.03 0.138 0.000 47.4 0.00%
10.00 10.00 Premier Real Estate 10.00 10.00 0.00 2.036 0.760 4.9 7.60%
Fidelry Over-The-Counter Securtle .
52.k-H. 52ak-Low S,mrrbol Bid 5 Ask S Last Price weeklyy Vol EPS S Dol PE E '.ela
1300 12 50 Bahamas Superrr.arkels 1325 1425 11.00 1 917 0 720 7' 2 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%
Colina Over-The-Courlter Securites
4 30-', 28 00 ABDAB 4100 4300 41 00 2 220 0 00 191 0 .'".
16.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 12.75 13.75 12.50 1.105 0.810 14.6 6.93%
060 0 35 RND Holdings 0 29 054 035 -0 103 0000 NM 0 00n'
BISX Listed Mutual Funds
52.-KH. 52,kh-Lo. Funa, Name NA V YTD% Last 12 Months Die 5 Yield '.
1 2 0:: 1 2060 Colina fl.-,r.e f.lMaikel 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**
FINDEX: CLOSE 591.438 / YTD 7.174% / 2005 28.09
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 Fidelit]
52wk-Low Lowest closing price in last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colina and fidellt
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 da) EPS $ A company's reported eamings 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 NIM Not Meaningful
P/E Closing price divided by the last 12 month earnings FINDEX -The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1, 1994 = 100
- AS AT DEC. 31,2005/ .... AS AT NOV. 30,. 2005
- AS AT JAN. 13, 2006/ ** AS AT DEC. 31, 2005/ ... AS AT DEC. 31. 2005
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examination in Fort Lauderdale after studying with the
Nassau-based Securities Training Institute (STI). "
The STI offers workshops for the Series 7, Series 6
and the Canadian Securities Course.


Securities Trader

Required

well-established Investment Manager
is looking for a qualified securities trader.
Candidate must either have the Series 7 or the Canadian
Securities Course qualification. Candidate must have
experience in trading Hedge Funds and Mutual Funds
and be familiar with all aspects of the Hedge.Fund and
Mutual Fund industry. The candidate will be required
to monitor several Fund of Fund Portfolios and be
responsible for the Cash Management of these Portfolios
as well.

Candidate must be articulate and persistent. Salary is,
commensurate with experience.

Please send resume via email to gems@batelnet.bs
or by fax to 242-362-3839,
or by mail to P.O. Box CB-12809.


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TEMPLE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION


Temple Christian High School

will hold its Entrance Examination on

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1th,

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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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2006, PAGE 5B


Import duties cuts




to aid private sector




crime defence


FROM page 1B

affecting both businesses and
homeowners, Mr Johnson said
it was key for policymakers to
"encourage and support mech-
anisins that create harder tar-
gets and reduce opportunities
for such offences.
"As with violent offences,
would-be perpetrators must be
deterred by the consistent pres-
ence of the police and passive
surveillance. Tax incentives
may be considered for individ-
uals and businesses looking to
upgrade their level of securi-
ty:"
To deal with "the cultural
acceptance of stealing and
thievery", Mr Johnson sug-
gested using restorative justice,


"where even minor offenders
will be required to confront the
victims of crime and be made
to work to pay back for items
lost as a result of the actions
of the perpetrator".
Analysing the impact of
unemployment on the
Bahamas' crime statistics, Mr
Johnson said that between the
period 1994 to 2001, when
unemployment "fell substan-
tially" due to economic growth,
property crilnes also showed a
major drop.
A table showed that unem-
ployment in the Bahamas fell
from almost 14 per cent in 1994
to just below 7 per cent. Over
the same period, property
crimes also fell, shrinking from
over 16,000 per 100,000 resi-
dents in 1994 to just over


10,000 per 100,000 residents in
2001.
Mr Johnson said: "Examin-
ing the period of 1994 to 2001,
unemployment levels fell sub-
stantially as the economy of the
Bahamas witnessed extended
and sustained growth. Over the
same period, property crime
levels, in particular, also wit-
nessed a correspondingly sig-
nificant drop to a near 20-
year low.
"These indicators would
back up the intuitive notion
that idleness and economic
depravation may influence
decisions to engage in crime.
When persons have nothing to
do and no income to sustain
themselves, the temptation to
steal to get what they need cer-
tainly is heightened."


FROM page 1B


lion worth of goods and services exported to
the US in the nine months to September 2004,
they accounted for a slightly lower proportion of
total US exports 13.9 per cent in 2005 compared
to',14.1 per cent in 2004.
A further $183.467 million of Bahamian goods
and services were exported to the US free under
ndrmal trade relations during the January to
September 2005 period, accounting for 32.3 per
cent of all exports.
Again, while the pure number was higher than
the 2004 comparative, which stood at $155.045
million worth of exports for the first nine months,
the proportion of Bahamian exports to the US
that were free under normal trade relations
dropped from 34.1 per cent in 2004 to 32.3 per
cent for last year.
to access the trade benefits and preferences
unrer the Caribbean Basin Economic Recov-
ery Act, one of the. criteria the Bahamas must
meet in US eyes is to adequately protect intel-
ledtual property rights.
The report from the US Trade Representa-
tiv'e's office again expresses concern on this
issue, describing piracy of video andmusic
reeoprding as:'widespread" in the Bahamas.


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The Copyright Act, and its amended version,
"has yet to be strictly enforced". "The Act allows
for criminal prosecution of those selling pirated
media, but little has been done to discourage
violators," the report said.
Meanwhile, in lobbying the US Trade Repre-
sentative's office on the report's contents, the
International Intellectual Property Association
(IIPA), which represents industries such as the
US television, film and music industries, again
criticised the Bahamas and other Caribbeah
nations.
Although unable to provide any figures on
the estimated losses to its members from piracy
and copyright infringements in the Bahamas,
the IIPA said the main problem in this nation -
and across the Caribbean was the "failure to
adequately and effectively enforce current copy-
right laws".
The IIPA said: "The recording industry notes
that they are interested in including public per-
formance and broadcasting rights for phono-
gram producers in the Bahamian copyright law.
"This is important given the tourism industry
(cruise ships, resorts), which may use public per-
formances of sound recordings."


QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:,
S.. 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 a team
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

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PROPERTIES LISTED FOR SALE

Contact Account Officer listed below by using number code for each property.

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(702) Lot #30 Golden Gates #1,
containing a duplex/apartment
residence, with 2 two bed one
bath, living, dining rooms and
kitchen units (lot size 6,000 sq
ft.). Appraised value $177,000
(433) Lot #165 located Dorsette-
ville Subdivision, Bamboo Town
- Southern District containing
duplex apartment building (2,112
sq ft). Property 5,000 sq. ft (50 x
100). Appraised value $180,000.
(401) Lots #17 & #18 Crown
Allotments, Love Hill Settlement,
Andros. Containing a two-sto-
rey residence. Appraised Value
$100,000.
(806) Lots #1 & #2, Block 3 with
,a-parcel situated between Lot#l,
Block 3, containing a 4 bedroom
condominium Sunset View Vil-
las, West Bay Street. Appraised
Value $750,000.
(806) Lot #13, Block 4 of Coral
Waterways, Section One, 'Coral
Harbour, N.P. with to houses
and a swimming pool,'t312 N.P.
bounded Northwardly by a canal
or waterway of the said Subdivi-
sion known as Flamingo water-
way and running 102.004 ft. East-
wardly by lot #14 and 146.145ft
Southwardly by a reservation for
a private road. Appraised Value
$530,000
(433) Lot #27 of Village Allot-
ment #14 in the Eastern District,
containing residence situated on
Denver Street off Parkgate Road
in the Ann's Town Constituency,
N.P. Property size 2,500 sq. ft
Building size 990 sq'ft Appraised
value $50,000.
(304) Lot #213 containing
residence in Elizabeth Estates
East Subdivision, N.P. Appraised
value: TBO
(102) Condominium Unit N-310
Silver Sands Lodge, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. Appraised value: TBO
(304) Lot #2 in block #8, Steward
Road, Coral Heights East Subdivi-
sion situated in Western District
of N.P., approx. size 8,800 sq ft
with a split level containing two
bed, two bath, living, dining &
family rooms, kitchen and util-
ity room-approx. size of build-
ing-2,658 sq'ft-.Appraised value:
$322,752-.' "
(902) Parcel of landlocated at the
southern end of Tarpum Bay con-
taining a single family two-sto-
rey residence 4,888 sq ft- 7 bed-
rooms/2 bathrooms. Appraised
value $77,000.
(902) Lot #4 located in "The Vil-


lage" in the settlement of Rock
Sound, Eleuthera with a 11/2 sto-
rey building containing a 3 bed,
2 bath, kitchen, living room
and linen closet. Appraised value
$109,795
(902) Lot #80 (57 ft x 50 ft)
located Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera -
containing 3 bed, 1 bath house.
Appraised valued $80,000
(902) 0.281 acre lot situated Gov-
ernor's Harbour with (1) 2 storey
stone commercial and apartment
building containing six apart-
ment units, one laundry and (2)
One storey building containing
two 2 bed/i bath apartments.
Appraised value $387,900.
(902) Lot situated North Palmetto
Point, 100 x 100 x 100 x 100 con-
taining a one story house with 3
bed, 2 bath, living room, kitchen
and linen closet. Appraised value
$123,192.
(902) Lot #14, Block #23 (125 x
80) situated Rainbow Bay, Eleu-
thera containing a, one storey
house with 2 bed/1 bath, kitchen,
living room and 2 linen closets.
Appraised value $89,998.
(902) Lot of land 94 x 94 x 150
x 150 on Queens Highway just
south of Palmetto Point with a
two storey stone building con-
taining two apartments. Each unit
has 3 bed/21/2 bath, kitchen, liv-
ing room and 3 linen closets.
Appraised value $287,209. .
(105). Lot with three bed, two
and a half bath residence, situ-
ated Bailey Town, North Bimini.
Appraised value TBO
(903) Lot #15 located Johnson
Harbour View Estate, Harbour
Island, size 6,750 sq ft with a 3
bed, 2 bath residence. Estimated
value $95,000.
(901) Lot #7 Johnson's Harbour
View Estates, Harbour Island.
9,063 sq ft containing 4 bed/3
bath CBS residence. Appraised
value $421,000.
(902) Lot of land 175 x 184 x 175
x 200 situated one mile south of
the Palmetto Point intersection,
containing a partially completed
two storey structure. Appraised
value $107,222.
(103) Southern portion..of Lotc
#27, located Johnson's Harbour
View Estates, Harbour Island.
Lot size 72 x 48, containing a 2
storey building. Appraised value
$110,000.
(701) Single storey commercial
building situated on the south
side of Harrold Road containing


two offices.
(108) Lot #146 Magellen Cres-
cent Poinciana Garden Subdivi-
sion, Freeport, Grand Bahama,
with partially built 2,700 sq ft tri-
plex 1 bed, 1 bath apartment.
Appraised value $47,500.
(902) Lot (8,000 sq ft) situated
Sand's Alley, North Palmetto
Point with incomplete triplex
(concrete structure belt course
2,529.6 sq. ft). Appraised value
$49,414.
(601) Lot (3,150 sq ft) located
Mason's Addition with partly
completed restaurant.Appraised
value $35,000.
(100) Developed property Pin-
der's, Long Island containing a
split level Mediterranean style
home with kitchen, living room,
dining room, master bed & bath,
two guest rooms, full and half
guest bathroom on lower level.
Also garage and breezeway a
gross area 4,212 sq ft. Kitchen-
ette, master bedroom and bath
and front entry porch features the
upper level, gross area of 780 sq.
ft. Porches all around the concrete
structure which is 90% complete.
Appraised value $650,000.
(400.) Property situated in Cala-
bash Bay on the Island of Andros.
75' x 150' and containing thereon
a small grocery store 480 sq ft and
an incomplete 3 bed 2 bath house
900 sq ft Appraised value TBO
(565) Lot #12 in Block #2 con-
taining 4 houses (3 wooden,
one partly concrete block, partly
stucco building), 4,763 sq ft sit-
uated on Farrington Road in the
Western District of New Provi-
dence. Appraised.value $91,900.
(505) A concrete single-family
residence located on Lot #212
Roland St, Ridgeland Park West
Subdivision. Appraised value
$72,035.
(400) Property located in
Bahama Springs Subdivision,
San Andros, Bahamas. Approxi-
mately 10,800 sq ft rectangular in
shape containing thereon a duplex
building 1,820 sq ft with 2 bed, 1
bath each unit. Appraised value
$71,800.
(902) Lot containing 3 bed 2
bathh "residence situated 'in" the'
settlement of Governor's Harbour
bounded northwardly by a 19ft
road and running thereon 50ft
eastwardly and running thereon
100ft southwardly and 50ft
westwardly. Appraised value
$90,000.


VAC" ANT, PRP "T'S


(701) 2 Vacant lots situated Do-
mingo Heights Subdivision;, east
of East St. South and north of
Malcolm Allotment. Appraised
value TBO.
(304) Lot D-2,415 west of.Fox
Hill Road and 659 ft. south of Joe
Farrington Road, N.P. Appraised
value: TBO
(565) Vacant lot #5 located Eleu-
thera Island Shores, Seaside Drive
Section B, Block #15, Eleuthera.
9,691 sq. ft. Appraised value
$21,805.
(902) Vacant Lot situated North
Palmetto Point, Eleuthera, North
of Public Road known as "Hog
Hole Road"., Dimensions 140 x
135 x 100 x 35. Appraised value
$27,845
(902) Lot #46, Block #32, Baha-
mia. Section 1X Freeport, Grand
Bahama 90 ft wide along Stratford
Way and 150 ft along Stratford
Court. Appraised value $26,000.
(108) Lot #296 Section A Royal


Bahamian Estates, Grand Baha-
ma, vacant single family lot .49
acre. Appraised value $22,000
(902) Lot #5 & 6A, Block #3 Club
Estates Subdivision situated in
Rock Sound near the Rock Sound
Club. Appraised value $25,000.
(902) Lot #5 of Bowles ITact,
8.35 acres (2,017.17 ft x 200 ft.)
located approximately 2 miles
southeast of Governor's Harbour.
Appraised value $292,000
(400) One acre parcel of land
situated Conch Sound, Andros.
Appraised value $18,000.
(565) Vacant Lot #9 (11,406.65
sq. ft.) situated in Mango Lane
Section "B" Block #15, Eleu-
thera Island Shores on the island
of Eleuthera. Appraised. value
$25,665.
(717) Vacant Lot #16 (4,920 sq.
ft.) in Caroline Estates Subdivi-
sion, in the southern side of Cow-
pen Road west of Faith Avenue.
Appraised value $42,000.


(902) Vacant Lot approximately
57 x 50 x 50 x 57 situated north
of Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera. Ap-
praised value $6,500.
(902) .281 acre of vacant land off
Queen's Highway in the settle-
ment of Governor's Harbour,
Eleuthera. Appraised value
$31,320.
(505) Lots # 12 15, Block #11
- Greater Chippingham Subdivi-
sion situated on the south side of
Flamingo Avenue, 2nd lot west of
Hibiscus Avenue extending to the
4th lot east of Myrton Avenue.
Appraised value $169,000.
(902) Vacant lot #13 & #14 of
Block #50 located in Greenwood
Estates Subdivision in Cat Island.
Appraised value $40,000.
(400) Property located Conch
Sound, Andros (1 acre) 18,000 sq
ft, rectangular in shape on John-
son Bay Road. Valued $16,000


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BANKING CENTRE
Tel: 242-356-8567
(800) Mrs. Monique Crawford
(802) Mr. Marvin Clarke
(803) Mr. Brian Knowles
(806) Mr. Jerome Pinder
(807) Mr. Larry Bowleg
(808) Mrs. Hope Sealey
PALMDALE SHOPPING
CENTRE BRANCH
Tel: 242-322-4426/9
(201) Mr. David Barr
(202) Mr. Frank Dean
NASSAU INT'L AIRPORT
Tel: 242-377-7179
(433) Mrs. Lindsey Peterson
GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR,
ELEUTHERA
Tel: 242-332-2856/8
(902) Mr. Brian Hanna
HARBOUR ISLAND BRANCH
Tel: 242-333-2230
(901) Mr. Antonio Eyma
(903) Mrs. Rose Bethel


ANDROS TOWN
Tel:242-368-2071
(400) Mrs. Vanessa Scott
NASSAU MAIN BRANCH
Tel: 242-322-8700
(701) Mrs. Stephanie Saunders
(702) Mrs. Anastacia Knowles
(703) Mrs. Venus Bonimy
JFK DRIVE BRANCH
Tel: 242-325-4711
(401) Mr. James Strachan
PRINCE CHARLES
SHOPPING CENTRE
Tel: 242-393-7505/8
(501) Mr. Keith Lloyd
(505) Ms. Patricia Russell
CABLE BEACH
Tel: 242-327-6077
(466) Mrs. Winnifred Roberts
MARSH HARBOUR, ABACO
Tel: 242-367-2420
(908) Mrs. Joyce Coleby-Riviere
(909) Mrs. Sylvia Poitier
(910) Mr. T'avis Spicer
BIMINI BRANCH
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(105) Ms Velderine Laroda
GRAY'S, LONG ISLAND
Telephone:242-337-0101
(100) Mrs Lucy Wells
LOAN COLLECTION CENTRE
Tel: 242-394-3560
(716) Mrs. Ingrid Simon
(717) Mrs. Kaye Forsythe
(723) Ms. Alistair Curry
(724) Mrs. Nancy Swaby
(725) Ms. Marguerite Johnson
(565) Mrs. Catherine Davis
MACKEY STREET
Tel: 242-393-3097
(601) Ms. Nicola Walker
BAY & VICTORIA BRANCH
Tel: 242-322-2451/3
(303) Mr. Desmond McIntosh
(304) Mrs. Alicia Thompson
FREEPORT, MAIN BRANCH
Tel: 242-352-6631/2
(101) Mr. Toure Holder
(102) Mrs. Damita Newbold-
Cartwright
(103) Ms. Gamell Frith
(1041 Ms Jackie Knowles


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POSITION AVAILABLE
for an
ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY

Applicant must:

Have the ability to work independently.
/ Be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
/ Have excellent communication skills and the ability
to render appropriate advice based on limited
information and competing considerations under
time pressures.
Applicants with a minimum of 3 years experience in
any or all of the following areas of law will be favored:
conveyancing, litigation (particularly commercial,
divorce and matrimonial, criminal and personal injury
matters), company formation and administration, probate
and applications to the Bahamas Investment Authority.
Pension plan included. Salary commensurate with
skills and experience.
Please submit application letter with resume by mail to:
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POSITION AVAILABLE
for a
SECRETARY
Applicant must:
K Have experience as a secretary.
/ Have a High School Diploma.
/ Possess strong organizational skills and communications skills
both verbal and written.
" Perform all secretarial responsibilities including use of Microsoft
Office software, filing, answering phones, scheduling meetings,
completing, filing and tracking clients' bills, making travel
arrangements, etc.
V Manage and coordinate all arrangements for meetings held both
internally and externally, including scheduling, attendance, and
organizing services associated with meetings such as food and
telephone conferencing.
/ Handle/forward/delegate routine requests obtained through mail
and over the phone.
( Complete projects as assigned including compiling documents.
V Prepare correspondence, including letters, memorandums,
litigation materials, other documents, spreadsheets.
V Fast typing skills.
/ Be willing to learn and be a part of a team.
Applicants with a minimum of 3 years experience as a secretary will
be favored
Pension plan included. Salary commensurate with skills and
experience.
Please submit application letter with resume by email to:
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P. O. Box N-3207,
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two ad panels from




New York campaign


FROM page 1B


neapolis-based agency that cre-
ated the campaign, advised the
Metropolitan Transportation
Authority (MTA) and Viacom,
the agency that places the ads
on the subway, to remove and
replace the two panels.
Vernice Walkine, the direc-
tor-general of tourism, said in
an e-mailed response to The
Tribune that the action was
prompted by a writer in the
New York Times' Metro sec-
tion, who questioned the|two
panels in an article published
yesterday. !;
The Ministry said it appeared
the article had been based on
the opinion of two separate
opinions from individuals who
wrote into Internet blogs, say-


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ing that two of four tongue-in-
cheek panels in the campaign
encouraged behaviour that
'contradicts the official rules'
of the MTA.
The two panels in question
showed cartoon figures fly fish-
ing on the tracks and lounging
across subway seats by lying in
a hammock.
"The panels in question use
humour to encourage New
Yorkers to practice vacation
activities, and the two to which
exception was taken showed
how to use seats to practice lay-
ing in a hammock and to prac-
tice bonefishing with their win-
ter scarves," the Ministry of
Tourism said..
STrack fishing and seat hog-
ging are both forbidden under
the MTA's rules.
The Ministry of Tourism
added that the night before the
New York Times article
appeared, the 2005 'station
domination' campaign had
received a top award for adver-
tising in the travel and hospi-
tality industry.
All the Ministry of Touris-
m's advertising was said to
have been approved by the
MTA and Viacom before it
was placed in New York sub-
ways and stations.
However, the New York
Times quoted a Jodi Senese,
spokeswoman for CBS Out-
door, the company that dis-
tributes advertising on New
York's subway, as saying the
Ministry of Tourism ads did
not attract attention because
tourism ads did not usually
require heavy scrutiny.
The Ministry of Tourism said
the New York Times article
did not mention that the two
blogopinion writers.:'"fpund-the
Baahmmnasi.ddsitb4,:beto cool
that they removed them from
the subway cars and took them
home. These individuals were
asking on-line forhlelp identi-
fying where in the subway sys-
tem they could find the panels
missing from their collection".
The ad campaign, which is
in the early stages of deploy-
ment, will remain in Pennsyl-
vania station, through which


300,000 people commute each
day.
The Ministry of Tourism
said: "The campaign will dom-
inate the entire station, hun-


dreds of subway cars and city
buses. The New York subway
carries five million people each
day and up to one billion peb-
ple each year."


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of Microsoft Office software, filing, answering phones;.
scheduling meetings, completing and tracking clients'
bills, making travel arrangements, etc.
/ Possess strong organizational and communication ^
skills both verbal and written.
/ Manage and coordinate all arrangements for meetings.
held both internally and externally including -.i
scheduling, attendance, and organizing services
associated with meetings such as food and telephone,
conferences.
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through mail and over the phone. c
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documents.
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memorandums, litigation materials, other documents,
spreadsheets.
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VACANCY NOTICE

INTERNAL AUDITORS (2)
INTERNAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT

A vacancy exists in the Corporation for the post of two (2) Internal Auditors in the
Internal Audit Department.

The job executes various audit and investigation assignments as stipulated in the
Schedule of Activities formulated by the AGM Chief Internal Auditor.

Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following:

Producing audit programs and submitting for approval by the Chief Internal
Auditor.
Conducting complete risk assessment for areas being audited.
Conducting financial, operational and ITS audit assignments in accordance with
established audit programs, which involves a complete assessment of the systems
of internal control, risk exposures and the efficiency, effectiveness and economic
use of resources to achieve management objectives.
Producing audit reports on audit concerns, their causes, effects and the audit
recommendations in accordance with the IIA Standards.
Conducting some audit investigations.
Evaluating findings and producing investigations reports; exercising the IIA's
ethical standards (especially confidentiality).
Conducing reviews of budgetary systems (including variances analysis), policies,
manpower efficiency and new computer applications.
Discussing audit concerns with the relevant Department/Section head and seek
agreement to implement recommendations.
Supervising and directing the activities of the Audit Clerks.
Offering technical assistance to the Assistant Internal Auditors.
Assisting the External Auditors with joint audit efforts for the year-end audit.
Producing audit programs, auditing and investigating monthly and quarterly
reports.
Assisting the AGM-Chief Internal Auditor with annual plans and corporate
research.

Job requirements include:

A Bachelors degree in Accounting or other closely related discipline and a
professional accounting qualification e.g. CA/CPA.
Obtaining the CIA would be highly desirable.
Five years post certification experience in auditing and general accounting with
experience in interviewing, producing reports and making verbal presentations.

Interested persons should apply by completing an application form, Attention Manager
- Human Resources & Training, Bahamas Electricity Corporaion, Blue Hill &
Tucker Roads, P.O. Box N-7509, Nassau, Bahamas on or before Thursday, February
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services of a Finance Manager. The successful candidate
must possess:

*A professional accounting qualification (C.P.A., CA,
ACA) and at least five (5) years post qualification work
experience in an accounting firm or financial institution
with at least three (3) years in a managerial or supervisory
role.

Duties to include:

Assist in the preparation of annual financial plans and
budgets
Completion of regulatory and Group financial returns
Implementing new accounting standards and regulatory
requirements
Daily monitoring of Branch and Subsidiaries Balance
Sheets and review daily exception reports to ensure
corrective action taken as necessary

Candidate should also:

Possess good Technology Skills MS Office (WORD,
EXCEL, etc.)
Have the ability to work with minimum supervision
Be able to coordinate small teams to achieve reporting
results within tight deadlines.
Possess good interpersonal and communication skills
Have the ability to foster a team environment

Fringe Benefits include:

Life and Health coverage
Pension
Bonus
Parking

Applications should be addressed and submitted to:

Manager Human Resources
HSBC
P.O. Box N-4917
Nassau, Bahamas
Fax: 502-2566

Application Deadline: Friday, 17 February, 2006


GRAND BAHAMA POWER COMPANY

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VACANCY NOTICE


A vacancy exists in the Generation Maintenance Department of Grand Bahama
Power Company, for a Mechanic III.

The duties include but are not limited to performing routine checks to ensure
mechanical and operational worthiness of plant equipment and ensuring cleanliness
of valves, motor, pump, compressors, condensers, coolers and piping in the
Power Plant. The incumbent would also assist in writing of procedures, repairs
and preventative maintenance of all mechanical equipment, while providing
excellent customer service and maintaining the professional reputation and image
of Grand Bahama Power Company.

The applicant will be required to maintain effective communication with co-
workers and upper management, remain abreast of new evolving or changing
technology and maintenance procedures in the electrical power industry and
participate in advancement training.

The successful applicant must be a Bahamian with High School Diploma and
BGCSE or GCE 'O' level passes in Mathematics, English language, and two (2)
sciences with grade C or above. Applicants must also have a minimum of two
(2) years experience working in mechanical maintenance or the equivalent job
training.

Applications with supporting documentation including a clean Police Certificate
and proof of Bahamian citizenship should be sent to:

THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
GRAND BAHAMA POWER COMPANY, LIMITED
P.O. BOX F-40888
FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS
OR BY FACSIMILE: (242) 351-8008
Email: hrdept@gb-power.com

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF
APPLICATIONS IS FEBRUARY 16,2006

Grand Bahama Power Company Limited
P.O. Box F-40888, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Phone: 242-352-6611 Fax: 242-351-8008 U: www.gb-power.com


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Legal Notice

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No. 45 OF 2000)

WHITBURN ESTATES LIMITED
(In Voluntary Liquidation)

"Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
137 (4) of the International Business Companies Act
(No. 45 of 2000), WHITBURN ESTATES LIMITED
is in Dissolution".

The date of commencement of dissolution is 5th day
of January, 2006.

Europlan Financial Services Limited
of Lister House, 35 The Parade,
St. Helier, Jersey, JE2 3QQ
Liquidator


LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE


SANTAHISTORIA INC.



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




ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)


LEGAL NOTICE'

NOTICE


STRONG OAK FOREIGN
LIMITED


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



ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)


LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE


ALBRECHT TRADING LTD.
(In Voluntary Liquidation)

Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on the 31st
day of January 2006. The Liquidator is Argosa Corp. Inc.,
P.O. Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahsamas.




ARGOSA CORP. INC.
(Liquidator)


LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE


PIACENZA INC.
(In Voluntary Liquidation)


Hilton developer gets


'conditional' leave to appeal


FROM page 1B


the bank's "entire sharehold-
ing" from existing sharehold-
ers, Goes Damiano, Barry
Denison and Martin Bernholz.
To show his seriousness and
ability to pay, Mr Kelly
arranged to deposit $3 million
with AIBC to,be held in
escrow. He had already opened
up a current account with
AIBC, numbered 306900, on
August 31, 2000.
To facilitate the purchase of
AIBC's share capital, Mr Kel-
ly in March 2001 arranged a $3
million loan to Techstar, a
Panamanian-registered hold-
ing company he controlled,
from a Panamanian bank, Bin-
co Atlantico Panama (BAP).
AIBC was then to openJan
account with BAP into which
the funds would be paid on
fixed .deposit. On March '19,
2001, BAP issued AIBC with a
certificate of deposit for the $3
million backdated to March 12,
2001, for a one-year term at 6.5
per cent interest.
The judgement recorded:
"The liquidator deposed that
he was informed by [Gary]
Christie, president of AIBC,
that the funds for this fixed
deposit were transferred by
BAP to AIBC's account at the
direction of [Mr Kelly]. There
is no evidence to suggest what-
soever that BAP was aware of,
or had notice, that these funds
were being deposited for any
special purpose."
The judgement said Mr Kel-
ly's attorney, Henry Bostwick
QC, "rather surprisingly"
argued before the court that
the $3 million fixed deposit was
protected by a collateral con-
tract between AIBC and BAP,


which was executed by Mr'
Christie "on an unknown date
in April 2001".
In return for BAP granting
banking facilities up to $3 mil-
lion to AIBC or Techstar, in
return AIBC "irrevocably and
unconditionally" pledged and
assigned to the Panamanian
bank all of its rights and inter-
est in the fixed deposit as secu-
rity for its or Techstar's indebt-
edness. According to Mr Kel-
ly's attorneys, this agreement
was governed by Panamanian
law.
Attention
Saying its attention had not
been drawn to any differences
between Bahamian and Pana-
manian law in the area, the
Court of Appeal said it did not
agree with Mr Kelly's attorneys
that "there can be competing
or overlapping proprietary
interests in the fixed deposit".
The Justices found: "We are
of the opinion that had these
funds on fixed deposit been
subject to a primary trust in
favour of Mr Damiao, Mr
Denison and Mr Bernholz,
AIBC could not have pledged,
assigned or charged its right,
title and interest in the fixed
deposit as security for any
obligation of itself, or for Tech-
star's indebtedness to BAP.
"The fact that AIBC was in a
position to credit the appellan-
t's account with the equivalent
sum of $3 million for value is
certainly conclusive of the view
that the funds on deposit with
BAP were being treated by
AIBC as part of its general
assets. When the funds were
credited to the business
account of the appellant he
became in law an unsecured
creditor of AIBC....."


.NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ISMELIA SALVANT FREDERICK
OF #6 SHIRLEY STREET, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, .for,
regi.stration/natural.zatiQ.n 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 2ND day of FEBRUARY, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LEON LINDON TAYLOR, #11 VICTORIA
GORDON BRUCE AVENUE, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA,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 F-41085, Grand
Bahama, 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.



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, Bahamas.




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MISS BERRYNIECE


Upon receiving Central
Bank approval for Mr Kelly to
acquire an interest in AIBC,
an agreement was struck
whereby the loan would be
converted into the purchase
price for Mr Damiao and Mr
Denison's shares. The loan pro-
ceeds were paid into an AIBC
account belonging to Mr
Damiao and Mr Denison's
trust company, International T'
Consulting (ITC) Ltd.
If Central Bank approval did
not come,.this transaction
would be cancelled, with the
loan proceeds going to Mr Kel-
ly.
The Court of Appeal fouAid
"These transactions, in our
view, merely confirm that the
funds deposited into the fixed
deposit account with BAP in
the name of AIBC were being
treated as part 6f'ihe general
assets of AIBC, and that the
appellant was a creditor of:
AIBC to the extent that his
business account was credited
with the sum of $3 million for
value."
The Court said the March 31
agreement between Mr Kelly
and Mr Damiao and Mr Deni-
son showed that the funds
would be credited to the for-
mer's business account if the
share purchase deal failed,
repaying Mr Kelly.
S"There could be no room
therefore for the argument that
the funds in the account of [Mr
Kelly] continued to be
impressed with some trust for
his benefit. On the funds being


credited to,t.his account onde
again, he became an unsecured
creditor of AIBC like any oth-
er depositor with the bank,,'
the court ruled.
When no appr.oVal' 'd-ame'
from the Central Bank, Mr
Christie instructed BAP to
transfer the loan monies held
by BAP in Panama to Mr Kel'
ly's company, Techstar. I
The Court of Appeal found
that on both occasions whei
the $3 million was credited t6
Mr Kelly's business 'account,
and when they were tra's-
ferred following the failure to
obtain Central Bank approval.
he as an unsecured creditor of
AIB'C. '
S"By establshing the business
account, the appellant had vol-
untarily accepted the risk thai
AIBC'igthr bleome insolverlt
and unable to' discharge its
obligations in full," the Court
:of Appeal ruled.
AIBC's shareholders
resolved to place AIBC into
voluntaryy liquidation on Octo-
Sber 11. 2001, and inder Sec-
tion 72 of the Bankruptcy Act;
a fraudulent preference is
made if anyone unable to pay
his debts transfers money to a
creditor within three months
before becoming bankrupt. ;i
The court found that by Sep-
tember 4, 2001, the day 1vfr
Kelly received the $3 million
transfer, it was clear that AIBR
"was in financial difficulties and
unable to pay its debts". There-
fore, it was "clearly a fraudu-
lent preference".
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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given thatARTY LECONTE OF WULFF"
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 2ND day of FEBRUARY, 2006 to the:Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, RO.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.



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




NOTICE is hereby given 'that RiCOb A M'NE0 S'_NUS P.
BOX EE-15945, WOODS ALLEY OFF MARKET STREET,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible'
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registratidi/naturalizqtionr
as a citizen of The Bahanmas, and that any .lersdrid hd k'riows-
any reason why registration/ naturdlization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of the.
facts within twenty-eight days from the 2ND day of FEBRUARY,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, LORENZA D.
CAREY SR., of Fox Hill Road North, Nassau, Bahamas,
intend to change my name to LORENZO D. CAREY
SR. If there are any objections to this change of name
by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the
Chief Passport Officer, RO.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 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 is hereby given that the above-named
Company is in dissolution, which commenced on the 31st
day of January 2006. The Liquidator is Argosa Corp. Inc.,
P.O. Box N-7757 Nassau, Bahsamas.



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IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF LOVE HILL
ESTATES COMPANY LIMITED

AND

IN THE MATTER OF THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1959

AND

IN THE MATTER OFALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land
together comprising of 200 acres of property more or less on the
Settlement situate at Love Hill on the Island of Andros one of the
Islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas and having such
position shapes marks and boundaries as are shown on the plan
filed herein and thereon coloured Pink.


NOTICE

The Petition of LOVE HILL ESTATES COMPANY LIMITED
a company incorporated under the Laws of the Commonwealth
of The Bahamas in respect of:-

ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land together comprising of
200 acres of property more or less on the settlement situate at
Love Hill on the Island of Andros one of the Islands of the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

The Petitioner LOVE HILL ESTATES COMPANY LIMITED
claims to be the owner of the fee simple estate in possession of
the tract of land hereinbefore described free from encumbrances.

And the Petitioner has made application to the Supreme Court of
the aforementioned Commonwealth of The Bahamas under Section
3 of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959, in the above action, to have
his title to the said tract of land investigated and the nature and
extent thereof determined and declared in a Certificate of Title
to be granted in accordance with the provisions of the said Act.

Notice is hereby given that any person having a Dower or a right
to Dower or an Adverse Claim or claim not recognized in the
Petition shall on or before the expiration of Twenty-one (21) days
after the final publication of these presents file in the said Registry
of the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner or the undersigned
a Statement of his claim in the prescribed form verified by an
Affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such person to file
and serve a Statement of his Claim on or before the expiration
of Twenty-one (21) days after the final publication of these
presents shall operate as a bar to such claims.

Copies of the said plan may be inspected during normal working
hours at the Registry of the Supreme Court, East Street North,
Nassau, N.P. Bahamas, the Office of the Local Administrator's
Office at Fresh Creek, Andros, the Chambers of Messrs Evans &
Co., Samuel H. Evans House, Christie and Shirley Streets, Nassau,
Bahamas.

DATED the 11th day of January A.D., 2006.

EVANS AND CO.
Chambers
Samuel H. Evans House
Shirley & Christie Streets
Nassau, Bahamas

Attorneys for the Petitioner


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(1) Whirl Microwave
Tec Cash Register


Cart

S Hot Dog Cart with Umbrella


Machinery


(1) Food Mixer
(1) Wall TV Stand
(1) Chrome Juice Filter
(1) Multi Fruit Juicer
(1) 200 Gallon Water T
(1) Chrome Mixer


Vessels


24' (2002) Chris Craft
29' (1983) Vessel (Lady
28' Vessel
45' (1985) Vesesl (Deb
29' (1992) Vessel (Limi
29' Phoenix w/engines


Tables


Tents

(1) Canopy Tent (Plastic)


(1) Wood Table (Round)
(1) Marble Table (Rectangle)

Coolers/Freezers

(1) Two Door Chest Freezer
(1) One Door Chest Freezer
r (1) Blue Coleman Cooler
(2) Double Door Coolers
ank (Black)


Vehicles

w/engine (1) 2003 Yumbo 125cc Motorcycle
y Rece) (1) ,1996 Ford Explorer
(1) 1997 Dodge Stratus
orah) (1) 1999 GMC Truck
inos) (1) 2000 Toyota HI-Ace Bus
s (Jannette2) (1) 2004 Lincoln Town Car


Serious inquiries only. Sealed bids marked "Tender" should be submitted to:
Bahamas Development Bank
PO. Box N-3034, Nassau, Bahamas or telephone 327-5780
for additional information
Please note that all bids on the aforementioned properties and assets should be
received by February 3rd, 2006.
The Bahamas Development Bank reserves the right to reject any or all offers.


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STel: (242) 327-5780/327-5793-6
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www.bahamasdevelopmentbank.com



NEW PROVIDENCE

1. Lot #13 (5,000 sq. ft.) with duplex (1,344 sq. ft.) white trim lime green Bancroft Lane
Bamboo Town (Appraised Value $147,000.00)

2. Vacant lot #1038 (6,000 sq. ft.) Orange Blossom Avenue, Garden Hills #3. (Appraised
Value $35,000.00)

3. Lot #171 (100'x100') with two story building East Street opposite Deveaux Street.
(Appraised Value $300,000.00)

4. Lot #27A (55'x90') with incomplete split level house Bostwain Hill or Bosun Hill
(Appraised Value $139,580.00)

5. \acant Lot (18,644 sq. ft.) Situated on the western end of Carmichael Road about 250
feet east of Unison Road. (Appraised Value $95,000.00)

6. Lot #210 (7,225 sq. ft.) with house and Efficiency Apartment Unit Yamacraw Beach
Estates Drive pass the Fox Hill Prison turn left onto Yamacraw, Hill Road, take first corner
on'the right Yamacraw Beach Drive then the fourth corner on the right Current Road then
thrld corner on the left, corner property with house and efficiency #18. (Appraised Value
$214,905.00)

7. Lot #39, BIk #35 (2,500 sq. ft.) with wooden House #64 Lincoln Boulevard, Englerstone
Subdivision. (Appraised Value $52,000.00)

ANDROS

8. Property (4,344 sq. ft.) with duplex (1,174 sq. ft.) in the settlement of Fresh Creek, Central
Andros (Appraised Value $73, 258.00)

9. Vacant property 100' x 150' in the settlement of Pinders, Mangrove Cay, South Andros.
(Appraised Value $22,500.00)
GRAND BAHAMA

10. Lot #9 with house 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and an incomplete split level extension
west Pinedale Road, Pinedale EMR Freeport, Grand Bahama (Appraised Value $90,000.00)


ABACO

11. Lot #54 (6,500 sq. ft.) with triplex foundation in Murphy Town, Abaco (Appraised Value
$29,916.00)

12. Vacant Lot #58 100' x 100' at the junction of Queens and Clinic Streets, Sandy Point,
Abaco. (Appraised Value $30,000.00)

ELEUTHERA

13. Property 31' "x ii" with house Lord Street in the settlement of Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera
(Appraised Value $45,000.00)

14. Property 70' x 80' with shop and two storey dwelling home Fish Street, Rock Sound,
Exuma. (Appraised Value $70,000.00)

CAT ISLAND

15. Property 151'x145'x150'x123' with Hardware Building (3,640 sq. ft.) situated 0.4 miles
south of The Bight Airport, New Bight, pat Island. (Appraised Value $192,000.00)

16. Property with twelve (12) room motel 1:39 acres In the settlement of Arthur's Town,
Cat Island. (Appraised Value $1.3 Million Dollars)
EXUMA

17. Lot #134 (4,350 sq. ft.) with two story building 4,160 sq. ft., apartment upstairs and
shop downstairs, George Town, Exuma (Appraised Value $468,000.00)

INAGUA

15. Lot #43 (9,000 sq. ft.) with house -.Matthew Town, Inagua, Russell Street (Appraised
Value $120,000.00)

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Ian Symonette decision





makes Bahamians proud


AN 'Big Bahama'
Symonette made a lot
of Bahamians proud when he
announced on Saturday his
intention to sign with the
University of Miami to play
for the Hurricanes in his col-
legiate football career.
The Hurricanes, like the.
National Football League's
Miami Dolphins, are not just
in close proximity to the
Bahamas, but UM has made
more of an impact on the
Bahamian society than any
other collegiate programme.
So it was only fitting that
he came home and
announced before his family,
fans and team-mates from the
Orry J. Sands Pros in the
Commonwealth American
Football League, his inten-
tion to sign with the Hurri-
canes.
At 6-foot-9 and 330-
pounds, Symonette was one
of the most sought after play-
ers in high school where he
starred with St. Pius in Hous-
ton, Texas a journey he
made three years ago with the
assistance of Olympic bronze
medalist Frank Rutherford.
He could easily stayed
there and made the
announcement. He could
have even broadcast it live on
television when he played in
the US Army game when the
majority of the big name high
school players made their
declarations.
Instead, he decided to
come home and, with all the


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where in the United States.
What's even more remark-
able about Symonette is the
fact that he may have devel-
oped as a player in the short-
est period of time. That's a
testimony to the discipline he
acquired before he left here,
the work ethic he put in and
the support he received from


preparation of Symonette,
was called upon to give some
remarks.
Members of the Pros, who
initiated Symonette in the
sport, were also there.
Like Rutherford, quarter-
back Mike Foster should be
commended for the role he
played in luring Symonette


"It was only fitting that he came
home and announced before his
family, fans and team-mates
from the OrryJ. Sands Pros in
the Commonwealth American
Football League, his intention to
sign with the Hurricanes."
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fanfare, kept everybody in
suspense until the final
moment when the big card-
board sign was opened with
the letters UM written across
it.
Not many Bahamians have
been put in the position that
Symonette was in, so it was
even more gratifying to the
public and other young play-
ers who want to follow in his
footsteps that he could make
the same impact here at home
as he would if he was any-


his family, Rutherford, and
his friends.
Symonette was considered
a "diamond in the rough"
when he was approached by
Rutherford playing basket-
ball at St. Augustine College.
He turned out to be a "gem"
in football.
It was good to see that
some spotlight was placed on
SAC's Big Red Machines ath-
letic programme.
In fact, Felix 'Fly' Mus-
grove, one of the physical
education teachers at SAC
who helped in the physical


away from basketball and
getting him interested in foot-
ball. Shervin Ferguson and
Sherwin Bain should also be
congratulated for their assis-
tance.
It's easy for persons like
these to get lost in the shuffle
when a local player rises to
international prominence.
But what Symonette did in
coming back home showed
that he intends to make sure
that the facts will be posted
correctly on his resume.
Kudos to Symonette as he
launches his collegiate career.


However, it won't be too long
before he returns home to
share the moment with those
same persons when he's
drafted to play in the NFL.
NATIONAL
REGATTA CONCLAVE

F or the past two days,
the Ministry of
Youth, Sports and Culture
pulled the entire sailing fra-
ternity together to deal with
the important aspect of "The
Way Forward" in the sport.
At a conclave at the Nassau
Beach Hotel, Minister of
Youth, Sports and Culture
Neville Wisdom laid his cards
on the table, telling the audi-
ence that, in order to restore
some harmony and peace in
the sport, everybody has to
put their differences aside
and work together.
Wisdom not only
approached the organizers of
the various associations, but
he also spoke to the organis-
ers of the regattas.
Regattas have had a long
history in the Bahamas, but
in recent times, there have
been too much bickering in
the sport.
The conclave, which started
on Tuesday night and ended
on Wednesday, should serve
as a healing process.
Hopefully, all eyes will be
focused on the future to see
whether or not the partici-
pants bought into the ideas
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N BASKETBALL whenever we play them, they Tigers' defender out, leaving
By KELSIE JOHNSON are always coming to get us, her with a open lane.
Junior Sports Reporter the same thing applies for us. But the Sharks were in a
"But it was good to see the shooting slump and they had-
"CLEAR the way, let Male- team jump to an early lead. n't secured a basket from
sha take the shot" yelled SC Yes we did lose the momen- the last minutes in the first
McPherson's junior girls head tur late in the game, but this half.
coach Albert Simmons, as is expected when you have Simmons said: "I wasn't
time quickly ticked of the players from grades seven and scared at all, in fact I was kind
clock yesterday in the open- some from grade eight play- of happy to give the other
ing game in the Government ing." players an opportunity to play
Secondary School Sporting The Sharks ended the first in what we call a big game.
Association (GSSSA). half of play with an eight point "I know that they missed a
With 1.6 seconds remaining lead, but the Tigers came lot of shots, but they rebound
in regulation and the game growling back in the opening well, that was a plus. They
tied at 24-all, Simmons placed minutes of the second half. were able to out rebound on
the team's fate in Malesha A tired Sharks crew got in both ends of the court, so I am
Peterson's hands, hoping she foul trouble early sending the extremely happy with that."
could give the team the edge Tigers to the line. Sparking the Tigers' run was
they needed to put away the Only five minutes were on Danielle Taylor. Launching
AF Adderley Tigers. the clock and the Tigers had from behind the arch, Taylor
appeared on the free throw was able to tie the game. After
Dribbled line six times. connecting, she swatted away
Having already cut into the two of the Sharks balls.
Shark's lead with two jumpers, However, the Tigers weren't
With a clear path in front of an opportunity to take the able to convert on the two
her, Peterson dribbled along- lead presented itself, but the steals by Taylor.
side the baseline to sink the Tigers weren't able to grab it. With time running out, Sim-
game's winning shot. The team missed out on mons singled for a time-out,
The shot not only became scoring 12.points from the free trying to advance the ball to
the game's clincher, but seated throw line. the half court line.
the Sharks in second place The missed free throws Peterson: "We welcome any
behind the HO Nash Lions forced their head coach.to call team to come and play us, we
with a 4-1 win-loss record. a time-out, aren't scared of any of the
Simmons said: "It feels good Coming out of the time-out, teams.
to take a game from AF the team applied a full court "I am happy we beat AF
Adderley especially since they press, but Peterson and team- Adderley though, we lost our
defeated us the first time we mates were to quick to trap. first game to them, so coming
met. A smooth behind the back back and beating them feels
"Its always a close game dribble by Peterson faked the great."


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Sharks defeated the'AF AdderleyTigers 26-24.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)


COB athletic department aims


for collegiate parent


* By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
AS THE College of the Bahamas
(COB) strives to Teach university status,
the athletic department is hoping to join a
parent organisation which will expand
their programmes.
Athletic director at the college Greg
Harshaw hopesthat the institution will
be excepted into either the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association (NCAA) or
the National Association of Intercolle-
giate Athletics (NAIA) the collegiate
parenting bodies.
If the college is accepted by either of the
bodies, the athletic opportunities for the
college will expand, offering more ter-
tiary competitions.
But, before these steps are achieved,
there are several stages the college will
have to take. A goal of three years has
been set by Harshaw and the athletic
department.
Harshaw has designed a three step plan
which he is confident will assist the college
in obtaining the dream. The first of the
three steps is to develop club teams in
every discipline.
These teams will play under the col-
lege's name and mascot in the various
associations in the Bahamas.
So far, seven teams have been formed -
men and women's basketball teams, soc-
cer for both men and women, tennis for
men and track and field for both men and
women. The college is also hoping to
introduce men and women's volleyball,
golf and swimming into their programmes.
According to Harshaw, when he first
arrived at the college, only one team was


formed a women's basketball team -
now the interest is growing.
He said: "We are trying to join one of
the two parenting bodies and hopefully
get more games in.
"Right now all we have is club teams.
These teams were designed to introduce
the athletes to continuous play in a league
so when we are able to join one of the
parenting bodies we will already have
teams in place.
"The interest in these teams has really
grown because when I first got here only
the women's basketball team was off
the ground, now we have formed seven
teams.
"When we posted flyers about the soc-
cer team, over 40 girls came out to try-out
for the teams, that is really impressive."
The college's women and men's bas-
ketball team are currently playing in the
local basketball association.

Challenge
With the biggest challenge completed,
Harshaw's next step is exposing the teams.
Since the women's team was the first at
the college, this team was the first to play
in international competition.
The team travelled to the Virgin Islands
for a tournament. Members of the tennis
team have also seen international com-
petition last month. The next team to trav-
el will be the recently formed men's team.
Harshaw has recently returned from
the NCAA board meeting and is plan-
ning to attend the NAIA meeting next
month.
He added: "The NCAA meeting was


ng bodies

very informative, it made things alot
cleaner.
"Currently there are no schools inth
NCAA outside of the United States; but
they are willing to accept schools who
qualified. Colleges from Canada have
also applied to the NCAA, so.we are
not the only ones who are seeking accep-
tance.
"The NAIA already have some Cana-
dian schools so I don't see there being
that much difficulty getting into the
NAIA. Therefore I think our possibili-.
ties of joining a parent body are :ery
strong."
Although the college will complete thde
two steps designed by Harshaw. facilities
might hinder their acceptance. The college
will need playing fields for all disciplines.
When the facilities are built, repre$eti-
tatives from the accepting parenting boidv
will visit the college and inspect the
grounds.
The inspection by the representatives
will be the last step the college will have to
go through before an official letter of
acceptance is sent.
According to Harshaw, the facilities are
not that big of a problem.
. He added: "We have a swimming pool
that is in a need of repair, a track circle
which also holds the soccer field that
needs repairing, so its not like we don't
have the facilities, we do but they need a
little fixing.
"Work has already been done to the
track circle. All we really need to do is
build a multi-purpose gym which will be
the home for basketball and volleyball.
The tennis courts also need to be
repaired."


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Orthodox Church





not for Greeks only


* By PETURA BURROWS
Tribune Feature Writer
Christian denominations like the Bap-
tists, Anglicans and Catholics, with
dozens of churches under their respec-
tive banners, have a significant pres-
ence in the Bahamas which may lead
people to ignore the fact that there are other, non-
mainstream denominations in the country, though
their congregations may be smaller and the body less
visible to the wider community.
The Orthodox Church, which is considered to be
the faith that all other denominations originated
from, is working to become more visible in the
Bahamas. For some time now the Greek Ortho-
dox Church, the only orthodox church on the island,
has been participating in the International Cultural
Festival and hosts its own annual Greek Festival


on church grounds on West Street. Still, according to
some church officials, many people do not fully
understand the doctrine of their body.
In an interview with Tribune Religion, Maria
Chisnall, assistant secretary of the orthodox dio-
cese, said that the "major dilemma" of her church is
to convince people that it is not solely.a church for
persons of Greek descent.
Never mind the Greek in its name, the church
services are not entirely held in the Greek language.
And the assembly welcomes those who are not of
Greek descent.
"I think that the church is mistaken culturally as
Greek, but that is incorrect. What we are is the
Orthodox Church. But because the Orthodox Chris-
tians who came to the Bahamas at the beginning of
the last century happened to be from Greece, the
language they used to convey their worship was
Greek," Mrs Chisnall explained.


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"And unfortunately, we are kind of known as the
Greek church when we really are the Orthodox
church in the Greek language," she said.
For those who are not aware of the history of
the Christian Church, Orthodoxy dates back to the.
time of the apostles. According to Mrs Chisnall, it
was the Roman Catholic Church that split from the
Orthodox Church and then the Anglicans split from
the Catholic Church.
"And then everybody else split from the Angli-
cans. So we, the Orthodox, are centuries old. We
have a wonderful history and a wonderful tradi-
tion, but people often dismiss us in the Bahamas
because of the language. Unfortunately, people
write us off as the church for Greek people," she
told Tribune Religion.


SEE page 8C


'Dancing


preachers'


* By PETURA BURROWS
Tribune Feature Writer'

DANCING Preachers Inter-
national, a dance conference
geared towards training dance
teams and solo dancers in the
church, is set to be held in the
Bahamas later this year where it
is expected to serve as a useful
tool for anyone interested in
dance ministry, and assist the
participants in understand the
dynamics, not only of dance, but
of ministering through the art
form.
Dr Ann Peterson-Higgins,
who is considered to be the pio-
neer of dance in the Bahamas,
and who was honoured at the
inaugural Dancing Preachers
,International conference, held in
Atlanta in September 2005, said
the conference emphasizes the
power and principle of dance in
the church.
At last year's conference, the
Ministry of Youth, Sports and
Culture received an award for
supporting liturgical dance. Also,
the Ministry of Tourism received
an award for promoting religious
tourism because of its support
for the Caribbean Christian
Dance Conference (CCDN) that
has been held in the Bahamas
for the past twelve years.
The CCDN, which is the brain
child of Dr Peterson-Higgins,
was established in 1994 and had
its first conference with an inter-
national delegation of 150 per-
sons that same year. Since then,
the conference has grown to
more than 400 international del-
egates and more than 900 local
delegates in 2000.
Dance and The Church
With mainstream churches
now at a place where liturgical
dancers can be seen ministering
on any given Sunday, and espe-
cially on special occasions, the
debate on whether or not dance
should be allowed in the church
gone has gone cold. Dr Peter-
son-Higgins said that the major-
ity of churches in the country,.
have a dance ministry that active-
ly participate in services, she not--
ed however, that the church's?
acceptance of dance is not
enough.
"Now the problem is not
whether it belongs in the church,
the problem now is what belongs'.
in the church, which means, are:
they properly attired, are they.
dancing more in the flesh than
the leading of the Holy Spirit,
are they saved, are they only
copying a dance that someone
else has done?
S"So we have a lot more to deal
with than whether it belongs in
the church now," she added.
The Dancing Preachers con-
ference will offer training in bal-
let, pointe, African, hip hop and
jazz liturgical dance. There will
also be training on what the
Bible has to say about the min-
istry of dance. A dance leader's
summit will also be part of the
conference.
The conference, with thou-
sands of dancers throughout the
United States and the Caribbean
expected in attendance, speaks.
volumes for the potential for reli-
gious tourism. As an honouree of
the Dancing Preachers' inaugur-
al conference, Dr Peterson-Hig-
gins was instrumental in bring-
ing the conference to the
Bahamas this year. And through
her affiliations with other global
dance conferences, she hopes to
present the Bahamas as an
attractive destination for future
dance conferences.
"When you're talking about
the dance, there are thousands
upon thousands of people
around the world that are pro-
fessional dancers who have been
converted to Christianity, and so
their gift goes with them. They
are not giving up their gifts, but
just channeling it towards the
purpose they were given it for.
"Religious tourism is expand-

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THE TRIBUNE


PArF 92C THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 2006


R 0ELIGION


'God is still in charge


Golden
Gates Assembly
World Outreach
Ministries to
celebrate Family
and Friends Day


IN recognition of its
36th anniversary, the
church on Carmichael
Road and Antigua Street
is scheduled to celebrate
Family and Friends Day.
Under the theme, "Love
Will Keep Us Together" -
taken from I Corinthians,
chapter 13, verse three -
the event is set for 9 am
on Sunday, February 26.
A free luncheon is to be
held immediately after the
service, according to a
church statement..
For further information,
contact the church's office
at 361-3347.


* By CLEMENT JOHNSON
I have a sister who often
says: "If you want to
know what is going on
in this country politi-
cally,. religiously,
socially or otherwise you need
to ride on the jitney."
I never took her seriously
until I decided to ride the jitney
on January 24th. It was quite
an interesting encounter; it was
an educational exercise that
helped me focus on what is
important to me as it relates to
my Christian values.
Well the first topic on the
agenda was "Numbers".
"Boy God is good!"
remarked the first passenger,
"man yesterday I catch the
number, yesterday was the
twenty-third and man that
come straight like that."
"You right with that,"
replied the second passenger,
"I hear some of the house did
not even pay for it, you know
23 does come straight all the
time, that's why some took it
out of the bag, like how they
did with Sir Lynden Pindling's
age, 70. Most houses take that
out of the bag around his birth-
day."
"Boy, well I thank God for
my hit last year," said another
guy. "I was able to pay down
for my property with my win."
"That's illegal you know,"
said a lady passenger. "Yeah,
well everyone playing numbers
in this country, the police, and


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the preachers, that's why it's
still going on," observed the
first male passenger. "If hang-
ing is legal in this country, why
not a lottery system?" asked
an annoyed passenger. "You
heard the Deputy Prime Min-
ister say she support capital
punishment."
They went from one topic to
the other with much ease and
they spoke with such convic-
tion that they confused me with
the various topics.
On Friday, January 27th, the
topic of capital punishment was
the main issue on the agenda,
because a few people had seen
the newspaper reporting that
the Prime Minister, while
addressing the funeral service
for the slain prison officer, had
thrown his support behind cap-
ital punishment.
"Chile I agree with the Prime
Minister, if it's on the books
let's hang those on death row,"
said an older gentleman, "Too
many young men in our coun-
try just killing people like ani-
mals."
"Well I do not agree with
hanging, murder is murder, so
if some murder another, then
the state should murder them
back? It just do not make any
sense to me," a frail lady, who
looked like someone's "gram-
my" commented. Well, the pas-
senger on the bus, looked as
though he would have eaten
her head off if he could. It was
obvious that she held the
minority opinion.
"Me, boy if I had had a say I
would say hang them today,"
said the gentleman who
seemed to be the spokesman
for capital punishment. "They
have almost 40 of them up
there, just waiting to get hang.'
I say hang them!"
The old woman held her
ground.
"I am a Christian, I do not
believe in it, so we should make
abortion legal then, I trust in
Jesus, and He said to turn the
other cheek, and we must love
the sinner, not kill the sinner,
but who am I? All we ga
answer to God for ourselves. I
just wan' know when my time
come to be judged by Him, I
will not have blood on my
hands, but what I am upset
about is that because the Chris-
tian churches and preachers
who disagree with it, like
myself, are so quiet on it, but
let that dey be someone com-
ing adultery or drinking or les-
bians or something like that
everyone would have been on
the radio, or preaching about it,
My, it seems like we are a
bloodthirsty country."
"Miss, no disrespect to you,
but I think we need to hang
those people who killing oth-
ers, and abortion legal in this
country and if it is not it should
be, because everyone know
about them," said the
spokesman.
When I got off the bus, I was
most disturbed by the com-
ments and views of my fellow


bus travellers.
The issues at this time seem
most topical and controversial,
which obviously leaves our
nation looking for answers
from someone and somewhere.
According to the former Pres-
ident of the Christian Council
in an article published in
"Bahamas Headline News",
Bishop Samuel Green said as
long as capital punishment
remains the law of the land, the
law should be upheld "as laid
out in the books."
"Just as the law must be
applied to every other offence,
it must be applied in the case of
persons who committed mur-
der and went through due
process of the law," he said.
Once this is done, and the court
upholds the guilty verdict, and
then the punishment should,
follow, said Bishop Green. And
it should not be for a decade,
but in hot pursuit immedi-
ately after a conviction has
used up all his appeals. So, if



"The Gospel
of life is for

the whole of

human society.

To be actively
pro-life is to
contribute to
the renewal
of society

through the
promotion of

the common
good."
ClementJohnson



the courts say you should be
hung by the neck, then so be
it."
Those are some strong words
coming from one in our land
who is supposed to speak with
the voice of God. These senti-
ments are often questioned by
people of good will. However,
in the Bahamas, if you were to.
take a census, especially among
average Bahamians it seems
that more than 90 per cent
favour capital punishment.
Well I am no scholar or the-
ologian, but I remember read-
ing the works of someone who
was the late Pope John Paul
II. In his Encyclical "Evangeli-
um Vitae", which was
addressed to bishops, priests
and deacons, men and women,,
religious, lay, the faithful and
people of goodwill on the value
and inviolability of human life.
In the second paragraph the
Holy Father speaks about "the
incomparable worth of the
human person."
"Man," he says, "is called to
a fullness of life which far
exceeds the dimensions of his
earthly existence, because it
consists in sharing the very life
of God."
"The loftiness of this super-
natural vocation reveals the
greatness and the inestimable
value of human life even in its
temporal phase. Life in time,
in fact, is the fundamental con-
dition, the initial stage and an
integral part of the entire uni-
fied process of human exis-
tence. It is the process which
unexpectedly and undeserved-
ly, is enlighten by the promise
and renewed by the gift of
divine life, which will reach its
full realization in eternity."
Pope John Paul II lays out
unequivocally the position of
the Christian Church on the
issue of abortions, capital pun-
ishment and other threats to
human life. The late Pope
states that "God did not make
death, and he does not delight
in death of the living. "For He
has created all things that they
might exist.....God created
man for incorruption, and
made him in the image of his
own eternity, but through the
devil's envy death entered the
world, and those who belong
to his party experience it."(Wis.
1:13-14:2:23-24)


In the ninth paragraph Pope
John Paul II comes out strong-
ly with the teaching on capital
punishment. He cites the exam-
ple of Cain, who killed his
brother Abel. God could have
killed Cain but he does not, yet
he cannot leave the crime
unpunished, from the ground


on which it has been split, the
blood of one murderer
demands that God should ren-
der justice (cf. Gen 37:26; Is
26:21: Ez 24:7-8).
"From this text," the Pope
writes, "the Church has taken
the name of the 'sins which cry
to God for justice', and, first
among them, she has included._
wilful murder. For the Jewish
people, as for many peoples of
antiquity, blood is the source
of life.. Indeed 'The blood is
the gift'(dt 12:23), and life,
especially human life, belongs
only to God: for this reason
whoever attacks.human life, in
some way attacks God Him-
self."
The Pope continues in his
letter that God'is always mer-
ciful even when he punishes,
"put a mark on Cain, least any
who came upon him should kill
him (Gen4:15). He thus gave
him a distinctive sign, not to
condemn him to the hatred of
others, but to protect and
defend him from those wish-
ing to kill him, even out of a
desire to avenge Abel's death.
We can go on and on from the
Encyclical, but will sum it up
in these fe\w lines from Pope
John Paul II:
"Not even a murderer loses
his personal dignity, and God
himself pledges to guarantee
this. And it is precisely here
that the paradoxical mystery
of the merciful justices of God
is shown forth."
So as I read the writings of
this great man, it is clear to me
that capital punishment in all
its forms need to be re% visited
by the Christian community to
see whether it can be justified
in the context of the gospel and
church teachings. Many. like
the capital punishment
spokesman on the bus. believe
thatif we murder a murderer, it
will either deter or stop killings.
but it is a know n fact that most
of the killings in the Bahamas
are domestically related, and
who is to say N whether an angry
man will think about the con-
sequences before he strikes his
victim. It is doubtful. The Pope
before he concludes writes:
101. "We are writing you this
that our joy may be complete"
(1 Jn 1:4). The revelation of
the Gospel of life is given to
us as a good to be shared ith
all people: so that all men and
women may have fellowship
with us and with the Trinity (cf.
1 Jn 1:3). Our own joy_ would-
notbe complete if "e failed to
share this Gospel "ith others
but kept it only for ourselves.
"The Gospel of life is not for
believers alone- it is for every-
one. The issue of life and its
defence and promotion is not a
concern of Christians alone.
Although faith provides spe-
cial light and strength, this
question arises in eery human
conscience \which seeks the
truth and which cares about the
future of humanity. Life cer-
tainly has a sacred and religious
value, but in no way is that val-
ue a concern only of believers.
The value at stake is one which
every human being can grasp
by the light of reason; thus it
necessarily concerns everyone.
Consequently, all that we do
as the "people of life and for
life" should be interpreted cor-
rectly and welcomed with
favour. When the Church
declares that unconditional
respect for the right to life of
every innocent person -from
conception to natural death -
is one of the pillars on which
every civil society stands, she
"wants simply to promote a
human State. A State which
recognizes the defence of the
fundamental rights of the
human person, especially of the
weakest, as its primary duty."
The Gospel of life is for the
whole of human society. To be
actively pro-life is to contribute
to the renewal of society
through the promotion of the
common good. It is impossible
to further the common good
without acknowledging and
defending the right to life, upon
which all the other inalienable
rights of individuals are found-.
ed and from which they devel-
op. A society lacks solid foun-
dations when, on the one hand,
it asserts values such as the dig-
nity of the person, justice and
peace, but then, on the other
hand, radically acts to the con-
trary by allowing or tolerating a
variety of ways in which human
life is devalued and violated,


especially where it is weak or
marginalized. Only respect for
life can be-the foundation and
guarantee of the most precious
and essential goods of society,
such as democracy and peace.
There can be no true democ-
racy without a recognition of


every person's dignity and
without respect for his or her
rights.
Nor can there be true peace
unless life is defended and pro-
moted. As Paul VI pointed out:
"Every crime against life is an
attack on peace, especially if it
strikes at the moral conduct of
people..-But-where human,
rights are truly professed and
publicly recognized and
defended, peace becomes the,
joyful and operative climate of
life in society".
The "people of life" rejoice
in being able to share its com-
mitment with so many others.,
Thus may the "people for life"
constantly grow in number and
may a new culture of love and'
solidarity develop for the true
good of the whole of human
society.



'Dancing


preachers'


FROM page 1C

ing to the point where it's
all oer the world. It's lust a
matter of us bringing it here
and selling our"Bahama
Islands as a place where
God lives so people can
come to see our beautiful
shores."
Though a concrete date
has not been set for Danc-
ing Preachers International.
organizers are looking at
the last week of August or
September. Sabrina
McKenzie. chairperson for
the US-based conference,
traveled to the Bahamas in
January to look at various
locations on the Cable
Beach strip.

The Birth of a NMinislry
A lover of dance. Ms
McKenzie received her ear-
ly training as a student at
St Benedict School of
Dance in New York. It was
not until she surrendered
her life to the Lord and
became a Christian. an
experience that would later
prove to be a pivotal
moment in her career, that
she merged the art of dance
with ministermg the word
of God.
After moving to Atlanta.
Ms McKenzie began to use
her talent in the church. For
several \ears she served as
the director of the New
Birth Liturgical Dance
Ministry. a ministenng arm
of New Birth Missionary
Baptist Church in Atlanta.
shepherded by Bishop
Eddie Long.
Ms McKenzie later left
New Birth to branch out
into her own ministry. It
was at this point that she
was led to form the Danc-
ing Preachers dance con-
Lerence, now in its second
year. According to Dr
Peterson-Higgins, the name
for the conference. Danc-
ing Preachers. was chosen
in order to highlight the
belief that dancing is really
preaching through move-
ment. "They named it
dancing preachers because
when you dance, you're
actually dancing the word.
It is the word being danced-
out through the movements
of your feet and hands,"
she told Tribune Religion.
Ms McKenzie has toured
with many artists and
choreographed numerous
dance videos. Her dance
and choreography reper-
toire includes choreogra-
phy for the Gospel Her-
itage Conference, Gospel
Dream which was aired on
BET, and. NBA All Star
weekend. A student of all
arts, Ms McKenzie was also
featured as a rap artist on
Bishop Long's CD titled,
"Those Who Are Not Pre--
pared Will Not Survive".
According to Dr Peter-
son-Higgins, she believes
that this conference, like
CCDN, will go a long way
in helping local dance min-
istries to understand the


significance of the dance
ministry, with ministry
1ieing the operative word,
she said.
FOR more information
about the Dancing Preach-
ers International confer-
ence, logon to www.sabri-
namckenzie.org


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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2006, PAGE 3C


'Seeing Jesus again' *,linedby


* By FATHER HENRY
CHARLES
he "Jesus before Easter" is
usually referred to as the
"Jesus of history", and the
"Jesus after Easter" as the "Christ
of faith". Both ways of reference
are appropriate, though the former
is preferable in my estimation.
It keeps together links between
history and the identity of Jesus, in a
way that the latter does not. With
the latter, one may have the impres- ,
sion that after Easter Jesus had noth-
ing whatever to do with history.
In fact,,as we have seen, it was the
recollection of his followers plus their
reflective interpretation of his life FR H
that made possible the understanding
of his significance by later generations.
But what was Jesus like before interpretation?
It's impossible, of course, to have a complete pic-
ture. We simply have no unfiltered access. This
does not mean we have nothing. Some affirmations
are possible, and together they conspire to give us
a clear picture of him.
I don't mean a fair picture of his actual appear-
ance if there is still any interest in such preoccu-
pation. Since the 70s, the standard picture of Jesus
as Caucasian, on which Western culture was
brought up, has been permanently laid to rest.
What remains? Jesus was a Jew, and though
Jews today come, so to speak, in all colours, and
sizes, most likely he was swarthy, as aboriginal
Jews tend to be, and of medium height.
Of greater interest is his character. What kind of
man was he? About this, some things can be said
with reasonable accuracy. I follow the New Tes-
tament scholar Marcus Borg here because I agree
substantially with most of what he says.
Jesus Jewish mystic
First of all, Jesus was a Jewish mystic. The word
"mystic" tends to convey the impression of spe-
cialised and rarefied holiness. Not your run-of-
the-mill, Sunday-Mass-going holiness.
Mystics are thought to be people who barely
touch the earth, who do so only because they have
to eat and perform bodily functions like the rest of
us. After that, we and they part company.
In fact, quite the opposite is the case. It may
surprise us to know that mystics among us are far
more numerous than we realise, and that they are
found in very ordinary places, like church on Sun-
day morning attending Sunday Mass.
. The reason why we don't know them or know
them more than we do, is that mysticism inclines to
humility. Those who are will not tell you. So you
have the odd situation where the ones from whom
you could hope to learn something most are the
ones most disinclined to make themselves the cen-
tre of attention.
A mystic is someone for whom God is vividly
real and immediate. God does not have to be
imagined, because nothing is more real than He.
Compared to God, everything is insubstantial.


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Not insignificant, just insubstantial.
SMystics are thus neither scornful
nor dismissive of existence. They
simply know something of greater
reality and value.
There is little doubt that Jesus was
such a person. This is why he was
able to speak of God with such inti-
macy and directness. In his life he
himself enjoyed the immediate access
he recommended to his followers.
Jesus healer
Jesus was also a healer. It is dis-
concerting to consider how much of
his ministry was spent in healing, and
how disproportionately different it
was in that sense from ours. "More
S healing stories are told about Jesus,"
HARLES Borg remarks, "than about any oth-
er figure in the Jewish tradition. He
must have been a remarkable healer."
We have today a greater appreciation of healing
as a democratic gift of the Spirit, which many peo-
ple not only have but have always had. I underline
"always", because before the advent of the Charis-
matic movement, Catholic healers tended to be
regarded as figures of suspicion. That is all now
gladly gone.
Jesus wisdom teacher
Jesus was also a wisdom teacher. Such teachers
teach a path or away of life. Jesus spoke of his way
as "the narrow way". It was, if one may use Scott
Peck's phrase, "the road less travelled", beyond the
broad way of convention and habit.
For Jesus, the way meant death and resurrection,
an inner process of spiritual-psychological trans-
formation, where an old identity is shed and a dis-
tinctively new way of being is born. The new way
means new life, radically centred on God and lived
in freedom under His Spirit.
Jesus social prophet
Jesus was also a social prophet, in the Jewish tra-
dition of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Amos and Micah. His
voice and theirs were godly voices of protest
against the economic and political injustice of the
dominant systems of their day.
In his time, Jesus called the new order the King-
dom of God, that is, the state of things that would
ensue if God were king and not the kings and
rulers of the world. This was the critical vantage
point not only of his social protest but of all his
preaching.
Finally, Jesus set something in train. It has been
polemically said: "Jesus preached the Kingdom; it
was the Church that came." There is a non-polem-
ical way to understand this, but it will take us
beyond the limits of this article.
It is sufficient to say that the impact of Jesus' life
was so life-altering, it changed his followers, who
were in turn driven to change the world. It's fool-
ish to see in later Church history a second Fall
from the Eden of Jesus' days.
For us Westerners, the "good ole days" are
always in the past. Revelation holds and Jesus
himself underlined that greater, life-altering
days are still to come.


* By REV ANGELA
BOSFIELD
P4LACIOUS
TIJE Apostle Paul is one of
those persons who needed to
have a dramatic encounter with
Jesus Christ in order to recog-
nise God re-directing his life.
Many people have such an
conversion because of the depth
of sin and degradation to which
they have fallen and from which
they need to be delivered. Were
you rescued by God from such a
life-style? Have you fallen into
old patterns and need to be
restored to a relationship that
can be truly glorious?
St Paul is so religious, so
moral, so intensely devoted to
God that he is unable to see the
new thing that God is doing
because he is so zealous for the
tradition that he knows so well.
He had to be blinded by the Per-
son of Christ in order to see God
at work. He remained in dark-
ness for three days. Have you
ever found yourself literally
blind for a period of time? Did it
produce spiritual fruit?
The day that brought the
greatest challenge to me con-
cerning my sight was the experi-
ence I had in Montreal of what
felt like a sharp object pricking
my eyeball that made the pain
excruciating. As usual, it was in
the middle of the night that all of
this occurred, and I had to be
led by the hand, with both eyes


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REV A PALACIOUS


closed because of the extreme
discomfort involved. To be
whisked away by taxi to a hos-
pital emergency room created
an experience of blindness that I
will never forget.
Totally dependent on the
friends who accompanied me,
and incapable of filling out forms
or answering coherently because
of the extreme pain, I under-
stood just what medical emer-
gencies-involve, long before I
was a hospital chaplain in train-
ing.
For several days after, I wore
a patch over one eye and had to
tolerate the curious looks, out-
right stares and questions. My
disability was temporary, but it
opened the door to new levels of
empathy for those for whom it is
a permanent state. Do you know


Church Notes

SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
THE church on Taylor Street. \%ill be cele-
brating it 112th anniversary on Sunday. February
5. The public is invited to share in special cele-
brations during the llam w worship serve ice, and to
participate in a special li\e recording of the
6:30pm service whichh \\ il be led b. the Church's
Music Ministry.
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MEN CONFERENCE

Venue: Holy Cross Parish. New Pro\ idence
Thursday, March 16
6pm 9pm Registration/ Welcome


MEDITATION

any disabled persons? Are you
aware of the strength it takes to
meet their particular challenges
in a world such as ours?
Since that time, I have come
to think of my eyes as a valu-
able gift that I cannot take for
granted. The ability to see the
beauty of creation and the love
in the eyes of family members
and friends, to move freely and
independently without fear are
all blessings so easily over-
looked. My respect and admira-
tion for those who live with visu-
al disabilities skyrockets when I
see them conduct themselves
with courage and dignity, navi-
gating daily obstacles the sighted
overcome so easily: The jagged
curb, the crowded pedestrian
crossings and blocked passage-
ways.
Each of life's experiences pos-
sesses the potential to give
insight and create foresight for
the future. Hindsight is often
painfully gained, while revela-
tion from the Spirit may be
received quite effortlessly. Spir-
itual blindness is the most dan-
gerous disability of all as it often
wreaks havoc on the life of all
persons connected to the indi-
vidual. Let our prayer be: Lord,
heal the eyes of our faith and
help us to see your glory in us
and around us. Amen.


On Friday, March 17
Sam Mass and Address
9am 4pm Business Sessions, featuring
reports from council
executives, constitutional discussions and res-
olutions. Nominations for council officers
7pm 9pm- Official Opening.
Address by Archdeacon of Host Archdea-
conry
Saturday. March 18
8am Stations of the Cross and Address
9am 3pm- Addresses by conference speakers
on the selected theme
3pm 4pm Address b. Archbishop Gomez
and Election of Officers
7pm Boat Cruise
Sunday. March 19
Delegates Worship at the Parish of their choice
in the morning.
3pm: Outdoor Procession of Witness. Mass
and Service of Thanksgivng at Christ Church
Cathedral.


Simple of the orb finitrie


1275 Breadfruit Street Pinewood Gardens

P.O.Box SB-50164, Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: 242 392-5888/ Fax: 242 392-0988


It's A New Season
TOPIC: "I BELIEVE GOD"
By: Pastor Kenneth H.B. Adderley

Read: Mark 9:23-29;Mark 10:27;Luke 1:37-38
My brothers and sisters, God is tired of the unbelief in the Body of Christ.
The Church needs to stop "Why this, Why that, But this, But that" and just
believe God.

The body of Christ suppose to be a group of Believers but we don't believe
God. It is time for us to live in the Kingdom, God has provided for us.
Read Matt.6:33

It is a New Season, which requires new thinking, attitude, relationships,
confession and a new talk. We must begin to believe God. God's way is
the reverse, backward of what the world does. God gives, the world
takes away. The Bible tells us to Believe and then we will see.
Read John 11:40

WHAT DOES IT MEAN I BELIEVE GOD?"

We are in a unique situation in the Bahamas. Everywhere else, they are
taking God out of everything. This is the time to Believe God. Believing
God means a legal contract, a firm. belief system, a lifestyle. It is an
established way of doing things. Believing God is acting on what you know
instead of what you see in the natural. Faith is base on what you believe.
Read Hebrews11:1,6;Genesis 15:1-6,18.

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN "I BELIEVE GOD?"


All things are possible. Mark 9:14-19
Mountains will be removed. Mark11:20-24
Signs and Wonders will follow you. Mark 16:14-18
Salvation is yours. Romans 10:8-10
Victory is yours. 11 Chronicles 20:20


REPEAT THIS PRAYER

"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'



Opportunity to Worship

Sunday Morning Breakthrough service 8a.m.
Sunday School 9:30am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00am
Sunday Night Service 7:00pm
Tuesday Night (WOMD) Weapons of Mass Deliverance
Wednesday Night/ Bible Study
Friday Night Youth Meeting

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SERIES #1 "Understanding Holiness" Price: $15.00
Tape 1: "Separation By God" $5.00
Tape 2: "Separation to God by the Believer" $5.00
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Tape 4: "Avoiding the Traps to Holiness" $5.00
SERIES #2 "Temptations to Holiness" Price: $15.00
Tape 1: "Temptations of a Believer" $5.00
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Tape 3: "The Sources of My Temptations" $5.00
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Tape 3: "How to Stay Delivered" $5.00
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RELIGIONS


... Established in 1670

SAN INSIDE VIEW Our
photographs show the interior :-
of Christ Church Cathedral,
George Street, where The Very
Rev Patrick L Adderley, dean
of Nassau, is in charge. Accord-
ing to a church spokesperson,
Christ Church Cathedral was
established in 1670.
(Photos: Felip6 Major/
Tribune Staff)

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A dead, buried, decaye;do
'Jthere wasus "NO COMING

uation where the devil may










were, face down on the can-
in? with the towel thrown ; .
... .. ...To hit a little closer to
E By SHANNON DEAN " ". :' '-

HAVE you ever foundway-
yourself idren a situation like nat-
the one Lazarus was in?
A dead, buried, decayyes?
situation? One in which as; WIN,
far as the jobhuman eye couldwith
see, was over and done without of
there was interviews, COMINGly one
BACK ", so to speak. A sit-nd
nation where the devil mayIf
have thrown the last blowsed my
and the worlayed for given you
the ten count and there you u-
were, face down on the can- '-.. ".
vas with the towel thrown ",'
in?
atons ust seema little closer to
home, do you have way- ta
ward children that the nat-
ural man seems to always |:
be telling you there is not II
hope for? Did your spouse
transform into God knows b
who or what right before
your eyes? e
Have you been on the way.
same job for years withold
unfavorable conditions, pro-
motions passing you left,
right and center and out of
becaufive job interviews, od is fixingly theone
was kind enough to send
you a letter of rejection? If see
point, do all you effortsand know
thafruitless? ThGod.gs that
you've prayed for never

I'm here to tell you that I
the situat comes thato console
thought was dead is not
really dead, but just asleep.
Jesus, let the life giver, the Res- -
urrector, is on the.way. and
Hebrews 10b23 says, Hold
fast to your confession of
faith without wavering, for .
He who has promised is
faithful.

because God is fixing the
situation so that He alonely
can get the glory. He's fixing
it so that those non-believ-
ers looking in and laughing
at your situation will see
that there is a God. We
need to be still and know
that He is God.
Do you realise that every-

you in times of trouble is
not really there to console?
But let them coaven, tine toke
look on and bury yosaw, situ-
ation in gossip and laugh-
ter. Jesus is on the way and
if He raised Lazarus who
was buried for four days,
He's about to call your situ-,ation
ation forth and not only
make believers out of those?
around you, but make a




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* By ALLISON MILLER

GOD does not change"
and it does not matter how,,.
we progress in our walk;
with Him. His standard for-
and expectations of Hii
sons and daughters remain
the same.
The other day I was lis-
tening to a preacher talk
about integrity. Let me tell
you, what she said was,:
unfortunately, true. She
said that when at our
weakest point or when we
are going through a diffi-
cult situation, we some-
times withdraw ourselves
from what God has called
us to do.
To add insult to injury -
without having a conver-
sation with me or this
preacher my pastor
preached the same mes-
sage recently. All I could
do was say AMEN.
I'll tell you exactly what
she said and what my pas-
tor expounded on: "When
we are going through hard
times we sometimes lose
our integrity. We stop pay-
ing our tithes, and if we pay.
it, we cut it by more than
half. We also stop coming
to church," she said. ,
If we stop and think
about it predators only.
prey on the weak so when.
we face our goingg
through" period ve,
shouldn't stop attending
church or paying our tithis.
We shouldn't stop serving'
God or refuse to partici-
pate in ministries that we
committed ourselves to.

Challenges

Life doesn't stop
because we are faced with
challenges. It is because of
those trials that we are'
made stronger and charac-
ter is built within us. God
did not allow those situa-
tions to happened so that
we could punk out and
faint.
The Bible says that when
we are weak He is.made
perfectly strong. God will
not put more on us than
we can bare. Life goes on,
the church goes on with or
without us. Tribulations
are the true test of how
much of the word of God.
we live. That same book'
goes on to say that we are
to give thanks in all things,'-
that means good and bad.'.
If we act like the devil and,
his demons when we get
trials and tribulations ve'.
must understand that u"(
flesh is still alive wherin a
Christians, our flesh shquoi
be dead to the oorld. ,:
It is in the midst of tnrj:
tribulations, tests and c04-.
lenges that God's charAei
ter should be on display,
not the devil's. People must
see a difference in the
church from the world.
You can't stop going to
church and you can't st6p
paying your tithes.
I know this Christian
walk is not easy, howeirer,
it is most beneficial and the
rewards are worth living
and dying for. It offers
eternal life, there is nothiiig
better than that. When
going through difficult
times maintain your
integrity and let the God
that is within you be seen.


The Orthodox Church not for Greeks only


FROM page 1C


The Orthodox tradition began with
the first Pentecost in Jerusalem, where
the Holy Spirit descended not only
on Christ's small circle of believers,
but more than 100 persons who
joined them to offer prayer and praise
to God, in what we refer to as 'the.
upper room' because Jesus told them
"Do not leave Jerusalem, but wait for
the gift my Father promised, which
you have heard me speak about. For
John baptized with water, but in a few
days you will be baptized with the
Holy Spirit...But you will receive pow-
er when the Holy Spirit comes on you;
and you will be my witnesses in
Jerusalem, and in all Judea and


Samaria, and to the ends of the earth."
Acts 1 4,5 and 8. It was there that the
Orthodox Church was born.
The apostles had been witnesses to
Christ's messianic ministry and resur-
rection before the Holy Spirit
descended on them. But it was the
baptism of the Holy Spirit, evidenced
by the speaking in 'tongues', that took
place during their stay in the 'upper
room', that authorised them to preach
the gospel to the world.
The expansion of the early Christian
movement, however, was not without
problems, as there was much perse-
cution and martyrdom that followed
the early Christians after they received
the Holy Spirit. But missionaries con-
tinued to share the message of Christ
in different communities. And by the
third century Christianity had become


a-phenomenon.. Some theologians
believe that as much as ten per cent of
the total population of the Roman
Empire were.following Christianity
at the time.
The Church's influence was strong
enough to compel Roman emperors
to end the persecution experienced
by many believers. And Christianity
received legal recognition as a reli-
gion by the Roman Emperor Con-
stantine.
Since then the Orthodox faith has
grown, but in recent years many per-
sons have left the faith.
Said Mrs Chisnall: "Numerically we
are smaller in the Bahamas, but any-
one who is an educated Christian
should know where his roots come
from, and that is us.
"Our creed is the creed that every-


body else who has a creed has based
their creed on, and I think that
through things like the International
Cultural Festival and our own Greek
Festival, we've made an effort to show
people that our religion is a part of
our daily lives.
"And just because we eat Greek
food and dance Greek dance, what
keeps us in the church is not the
'greekness', but the 'Orthodoxy',
which means the right faith or right
belief," she said.
During the church services, the
Bible is read in the original Latin lan-
guage as well as in English. Mrs Chis-
nail noted that there are Bahamian,
English and American converts who
are now members of the Greek
Orthodox Church. This diversity of
membership, she said, emphasizes the


fact that Greek heritage is not a must.
"For people like me, who has been
to Greece only once in my lif, and
having a father who was born in.the
Bahamas, then, the fact that I'm mar-
ried to a Scotsman and none of ,my
children speak Greek, it's no different
from a person who has no Greek her-
itage at all," she told Tribune Reli-
gion. "So even though we go to.the
Greek Orthodox Church, we: go
because it is an Orthodox church first,
and because that is our faith."
Mrs Chisnall noted that as a "cradle
Orthodox", she was baptised in' the
church as an infant. Many people who
were baptised in the church have left
to follow other faiths, but she decided
to stay.
"We are not as seen by the public,
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S The family of the late


Leo Livingstone Roberts
of East Street & Golden Gates #2


Jan. 16,1937 Dec. 5, 2005
He was more precious than diamonds and all the things
you may desire are not to be compared unto him.
Proverbs 3 vs. 15
We wish to express our sincerest appreciation to the many persons
who gave us support that was needed during the passing of our dearly
beloved husband, father, grand and great grand father. It gives us
hope and courage as we begin to find comfort.
We realize that with God's help all things are possible: Special thanks
are extended to the docT6isand nurses of the Emergency Unit and
the Male Ward 1 of the Princess Margaret Hospital who diligently
attended to our beloved Leo Roberts: also Dr. Robin'Roberts and
Dr. Kirkland Culmer for their professional care and concern.
The family would also like to extend a warm thank you to these
special people, Rev. Father Ranfurly Brown and the assistants of the
St. Agnes Anglican Church, Pastor Thomas Albury of Calvary Bible
Church, the various musicians, the Renaissance Singers, friends and
neighbours, Commonwealth Pharmacy Association & Bahamas State
Association of Elks, and the staff of Demeritte's Funeral Home for
their professional and caring service.
MAY GOD BLESS & KEEPYOU ALWAYS
STHE ROBERTS FAMI


ERMA ROSLYN
RIGBY

Wishes to express our sincere gratitude to all those persons who
kept us in their prayers, visited, called, sent floral tributes, your
generosity, devotion and affection, the family is deeply indebted
and sincerely appreciative. These gestures helped to ease the pain
of our great loss of our dear mother, grandmother, great
grandmother, aunt, niece, cousin, sisters-in-law. We truly appreciate
all those persons who travelled from far and near be with us.
We have suffered a tremendous loss and our sorrow is great but
we take comfort in knowing "Erma" is with the Lord and one day
we will see her again. We think of her as living in the hearts of
those lives she so positively touched, and the good she impact in
others that will never part, for nothing loves is ever lost and she
was loved so much.
A special thank you is extended to Bishop Franklyn Ferguson and
The Church of God of Prophecy family, East Street Tabernacle,
National Office staff & Pre-school, Bishop Woodley C. Thompson,
Bishop Hulan Hanna, Bishop Brice H. Thompson & family, Bishop
Elgarnett Rahming & family, Bishop Cleavert Bain and The Faith
Tabernacle family, Bishop Nathaniel Beneby & family, Bishop
Clarence Williams and family, Freeport family, Turks Island family,
Orlando family, Matthew Town, Inagua family, the Albury family,
the Sunlight Village Community, Claus Sobeich & family, Pastor
and members of the Mt. Pleasant Green Baptist Church, Princess
Margaret Hospital staff, the management and staff of Demeritte's
Funeral Home, other family and friends too numerous to mention.
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Tel: 352-8118 Paging: 352-6222 #1724
Fax: 351-3301



SKINGSLEY
ALEXANDER
HIELD, 52

of #22 Coral Reef Estates
Sand formerly of Water
Cay will be held on
Saturday, February 4th,
2006 at 11:00am at
Fellowship Union Baptist
Church, Landsdown
SRoad. Officiating will be
Rev. Keith Russell and interment will be made in
the Grand Bahama Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive.

Left to celebrate his life are his wife, Eleanore; one
Sson, Kingsley Jr.; two daughters, Nadia and Tamara;
his mother, Dorothy Hield; seven brothers, Franklyn,
Everson, Gary, Elon, Denny, Anthony and Leroy
Hield; two sisters, Linda and Anya Hield; his mother-
in-law, Lillian Wright; six brothers-in-law, John,
Patrick, Glen, Godfrey, Kendal and Craig Wright;
ten sisters-in-law, Ida Hill, Barbara Wright, Gail
Johnson, Deane Arnett, Mildred Curry, Beatrice,
Sherry, Denise, Jackie and Sharon Hield; seven
uncles, Clifford, Collins and Ted Hield, Ezra and
Allen Rolle, Edwin Poitier and Alonzo Wilchombe;
seven aunts, Isamae Wilchombe, Onita Williams,
Meldora Lewis, Virginia Cooper, Blanche Mader,
Lillian O'Brien and Rejoina Rolle; one grand aunt,
Mabel Russell; his god mother, Vera Poitier; fourteen
nieces and nephews, Shunee, Lucas, Lance, Felica,
Shantia, Tarrah, Everson Jr., Tiko, Taneika, Tamiko,
Samiron, Simara, Talisa and Tanya Hield; five grand
nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives
and friends.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at
Yager Funeral Home & Crematorium, Queens
Highway, Freeport on Friday from 12noon to 6pm
and at the church on Saturday from 9:30am to
service time.


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Robinson Road and First Street P.O.Box N-603 Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
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a resident of Cyprus' Court,
Elizabeth Estate formerly of
Mangrove Cay, Andros will be
held 11:00 a.m., Saturday, 4th
February, 2006 at Zion
Yamacraw Baptist Church,
Yamacraw Road. Officiating,
SBishop Samuel Greene, Rev.
SHoward Smith and Rev. Paula
Cox-Rolle. Interment follows
Gardens, Soldier Road.


Cherished memory are held by three sons, Cecil Major of
Miami Florida, Charles and Philip Major; four daughters,
Annamae Archer, Elizabeth McDonald, of Freeport,
Princess Campbell and Eriamae Saunders of Andros;
twenty-four grandchildren, Kim Allens, Shanika Davis,
Tiffany, Nyoka, Shavone, Monique, Kendrick, Keva,
Tamika, and Decoda Major, A. C. Saunders, Keno, T. J.
Saunders, Prince, Gertrude, Dwayne, Mitzi, Andrea,
Anthony, Michelle, Michael, Felicia and Philip Major Jr.
and Shakireo 'Pablo' Jones; eight great-grandchildren,
Shenea Delancy, Shandira, Shevante and Shanaz Aliens,
Tamika, Jade and Alyssa Sweeting and Jermaine Williams
Jr.; four sons-in-law, Shervin Archer, Carlos Saunders of
Andros, Roderick McDonald of Freeport, and Roosevelt
Campbell; one daughter-in-law, Rosemary Major; one
brother, Harold Greene of New York; three sisters, Rita
Clarke of Mangrove Cay, Andros, Edith Rolle and Pearlene
Greene; one sister-in-law, Brinetta Greene; nine nephews,
Granite Rolle, Tony, Nelson and Junior Rolle, Tyrone and
Oscar Dean, Anthony and Edward Clarke and Bertram
Greene; seven nieces, Queenie Butler, Martha Jones,
Naomi Deveaux, Lilly Black, Leanna Clarke, Esther
Williams and Diane Greene, and a host of other relatives
and friends including Mr. and Mrs. Jolly, Ricardo Davis
and Adrian Aliens, Ms. Storr, Ms. Mills, Ms. Cox, Ms.
Murphy, Ralph Daxon, Stanley and Helen Fulford, Portia
Dean and family, Elmira Hunter and family, Sabrina
Beneby and family, Munna and family, Karen Kemp and-
family of Freeport, the Percenties and Tucker families,
and the settlement of Mangrove Cay, Andros.

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


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DELIA MELVISE
TAYLOR, 57

of Davis Street, Oakes Field and
formerly of Clarence Town, Long
Island, will be held on Saturday at
10:00 a.m. at St. Matthew's Anglican
Church, Shirley Street. Officiating will
be Fr. James Moultrie, assisted by
Fr. Don Haynes and interment will
follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.
She is survived by one son, Robert Miller; one adopted daughter,
Franshesca Farrington; four sisters, Dora and Elaine Taylor,
Catherine Scavella and Barbara Hanna; nine brothers, Henry,
Stanford, Samuel, Anthony, Daniel, Christopher, Charles, Peter
and Andrew Taylor; three aunts, Melvise Taylor of Dania, Florida,
Mae Taylor of Fort Lauderdale and Lilly Taylor of Clarence Town,
Long Island; six sisters-in-law, Louise, Floreta, Patsy, Deborah
and Romana Taylor; one brother-in-law, Dave Scavella; numerous
nieces and nephews, Samuel, Allen, Ethel, Jane, Monique, Elaine,
Carlos, Cephas, Tecsha, Patrice, Linda, Jermaine, Michael,
Vanessa, Tiffany, Kiki, Carlos, Danielle, Terrell, Caitlin, Christoff,
Tamara, Anthony, Anishka and Miguel; other relatives and friends
including the Bowe, Pratt, Minnis, Turnquest, Major and Rigby
families of Clarence Town, Neka, Price and family, Mr. Rupert
Miller, Jessica Armbrister and family, Bessy and family, Reta
Jones and family, Elvela Barr and family, friends from Gambier
Pre-School, Ms. Roberts, Clarke, Sandiego, Mr and Mrs. Livan
Mortimer, neighbour from Davis Street and others too numerous
to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary,
Rosetta Street, Palmdale from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday
and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.


PEARLINE ELIZABETH
SMITH-BROWN, 52

of Kemp Road and formerly of North
Andros will be held on Saturday at
11:00 a.m. at Church of God
Southwest Cathedral, Carmichael
and Shrimp Roads. Officiating will
be Bishop Donnie Storr, assisted by
Rev. Roderick Brown and interment
will follow in The Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen' and Spikenard Road.
She is survived by her mother, Inez Brown; children, Oscar
Logan, Nathania Mackey and Laneka Logan-Mackey, her close
friend, Brian Mackey; seven sisters, Ruthmae Smith, Cleo
Ferguson and Kaffieann Brown-Darling of Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Terrylee Miller, Mable Smith, Linda Boykins and Caroline
Campbell; four brothers, Lawrence and Cecil Smith of Fort Pierce,
Florida, Wayne Brown and Lloyd Smith; one aunt, Naomi Brown;
five brothers-in-law including, Joshua Miller, Wellington Ferguson
and Renville Campbell; one sister-in-law, Michelle Smith; four
grandchildren, Oscara and Ostonia Logan, Vanette Johnson and
Rodney Derell Thompson; numerous nieces and nephews
including, Stacey, Sherena, Amanda, Salina, Robethan, Robyn,
Shakera, Rachell, Dariniceia, Ladeisha, Lloydia, Oprah and
Devon, Ovando, Tiege, Larry, Christopher, Herma,Quintero, Lloyd
Jr., Matthew, Darreniko, Carlton, Dwight, Terrance and Brandon;
special friends including Lisa Thompson, Ann and Toni Morrison,
Sophia Smith, Anna Cleare, Latoya McFarlene, Larry, Cynthia
Turnquest, Bishop Missick, Felice Jones, staff of Jones Security
Services (Bahamas) Limited and a host of other relatives and
friends.

Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary,
Rosetta Street, Palmdale from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. on Friday
and at the Cathedral from 10:00 a.m. until service time on Saturday.


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

FUNEAL SEVIES


Zhivargo Novel Bain, 28

of 6th Street The Grove will be held
on Saturday February 4th, 2006 at
11:00 a.m. at New Bethany Baptist
Church, Key West Street. Rev. Dr.
Victor Cooper Jr. assisted by other
ministers of the gospel will officiate.
Interment will be made in Lakeview
Memorial Gardens, J. F.K. Drive.

A time to mourn.
Precious memory will forever linger
in the hearts of his, wife, Margaret Bain; son, Zion Boaz Bain;
mother, Prescola Cash; father, Lionel Bain; grandmothers, Mrs.
Fearmena Feast, Elizabeth Colebrook; grandfather, Mr. Joseph
Feast Sr.; adopted father, Vincent Cash; brother, Valdiers Cash;
sister, Mrs. Lolesha Bain Morley; stepbrother, Deangelo Cash;
aunts, Violet Sheryl, Denise, Karen, Feast, Cecelia Joseph, Agnes
Feast, Minister Cleo Cash, Minister Leona Wilkinson, Marion.
Cartwright; Uncles, Chief Inspector Joseph Feast Jr., Herbert
Charles Feast. Limones Joseph, Alfred William and Eugene Cash;
grand aunts, Eulamae Farrington, Edith Newbold and Adrianna
Newbold; grand uncle, Fritz Newbold, Cleveland Newbold of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., George Farrington and George Merilas; sisters-
in-law, Joan Bethel, Princess Lightbourne, Adrianna Stevenson;
brothers-in-law, Tamar Morley Jr., Hasley Sands, Lorenzo
Stevenson, Arnold Barr; nieces, Tacoya, Shekira, Ashley and
Shekina Sands, Gena and Cleshay Stevenson; nephew, Tamar
Morley Jr., George Bethel, Adriane Riley, Jaden Stevenson, Ansenio
Sands, Ashad Sands, Enoch Stevenson; cousins, Rosalyn and
Clyde Marshall and Family, Alicemae and Family, Garnet Reynold,
Leonard Newbold and Family, Michelle Poitier and Family, Zoya,
Felisa, Ishesha and Denisha Feast, Travis Taylor, Morean Joseph,
Rasha, Leyvett, Nurse Erma and CPL2220 Henrich McPhee and
Family, Ermon Rolle Jr., FredericR Rolle, Arnette Johsnson and
Family, Monique Dominic, Frankly Prince Nabut, Bridgette
Brendelly, Cecilia Toni penny, Pinky Ida Newbold of Hollywood,
Fla, Kirkwood Maxwell Jr., Dwayne Marcian and Angle Newbold,
LaResha, Kail and Kailesha Strachan, Katrina and Family, George
Jr., Courtney Simeon, Cecil. Levi, Joe, Bruce, Albert Dorcas and
Doreen Farrington, Lucymae Rolle, Myrtle Armbrister, Mary Paul,
Cyril Christine, Lilis Dean, Lucinda Dean, the Newbold Family,
the Stubbs Family, the Cambridge Family, other relatives and
friends including, Rev. Dr. Victor and Minister Francis Cooper
and Family, Minister Julia Adderley and other ministers and
members of the New Bethany Union Baptist Church, Bishop
George and Prophetess Saveletta Fowler and the Final Hour
Ministries, Charlotte Williams and Family, Kathlean Gardiner.and
Family, Sidney Smith and Family, Deno Clarke and Family, Delroy


Brooks and Family, Paraze Rogers and Family, Managers and
Staff of Atlantis Hotel, the Cafe Staff, Managers and Staff of RIU
Resorts, Judy McFall and Family, the Rolle, Richardson, Brown,
Scott and Demeritte Families, special thanks to Princess Margaret
Medical teams and nurses of Male Medical 1 and 2, Intensive Care
Unit, the Lincoln Blvd. Family, Mrs Jane Curry and family.

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

Alex Corey Adderley, 25

of Ridgeland Park, West and formerly
of Black Point, Exuma will be held
S on Saturday February 4th, 2006 at
11:00 a.m. at Salem Union Baptist
Church, Taylor Street. Rev. Dr. C.W.
Saunders will officiate. Interment will
be made in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, J.F.K.
Fond and cherished memory are held
by his parents, Rev. Lawrence and
Althea Adderley, brothers, Gregory,
Tyrone and Warren Adderley; sisters,' Suzette Darville, Sivian
Bartnecht, Karen Adderley Neymour, MaRia and Lynette Adderley
and Bridgette Ferguson; brothers-in-law, Kersch Darville, Warren
Neymour, Bruce Bartnecht, Wenceworth Ferguson; sisters-in-law,
Latoya and Andrea Adderley; nephews, Dominique, Corey, Darius,
Carlton, Warren Jr. Adderley, Kamaren, Warren Jr., Neymour,
Theodore Jr., Lawrence and Lawren; nieces, Ashley, Tyrel, Tyesha,
Faith, Hope, Alyssa; Gria, Bria, Uncles, Rev. William Adderley,
Lewis, Adderley, Rev. Jacob Adderley, James Adderley, Donald
Adderley, George Adderley, Bertram Brown, Clyde Rolle, Lundy
Robinson, Ted, Cyril, Felton Joffer, Herzon Moxey, Horatio Smith,
Samuel Smith; aunts, Doris Smith, Sylvia Wright, Elder Ruth
Smith,, Vernice Brown, Elva Moxey, Eunice, Fenty and Deloris
Moxey; grand uncle, Walter Robinson; grand aunts, Mille Robinson
and Eunice Rolle; god children, Sterlin J., and Garvin Jr.; adopted
daughter, Tatum Knowles; special friend, Gayle Knowles, numerous
other relatives and friends.
special thanks are extended to Tarvin Rolle, the Oncology Staff
of the Princess Margaret Hospital, the Male Surgical Ward numbers
I and I of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Bethel Brothers Mortician,
Gail Knowles, Charles Marshall, Stephen Beneby, Sterlin Smith,
Shavado Smith and Denise (neighbour).

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 10:00 a.m. until service time.


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


Florence Seymour Forbes, 75

of Isle Way, off Soldier Road and
formerly of Grand Turks Island will be
held on Saturday February 4th, 2006 at
11:00 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier
Cathedral, West Hill Street. Rev. Fr.
Simeon Roberts assisted by the Clergy
of the Archdiocese will officiate.
S Interment will be made in the Catholic
Cemetery, Infant View Road.

Left to continue her legacy and to tell
"Flo" story are, her husband of 44 years, Raymond Forbes; 5
children, Fr. Curtis Robinson, Valerie Missick, Herbert Oembler,
Barry, Arnold, and David Forbes, Cecilia Forbes-Watson, Patrice
Forbes-Hall; 2 sisters, Agatha Butterfield and Eliza Seymour; 1
brother, George Seymour; 19 grandchildren, Gary, Rouen, Tami,
Thori, Tabori, Canovia, Aulenna, Tronn, Rashard, Alex, Baron,
Trenton, Nina, DeAndre, Ashley, Jathan, Amina, Aaron and
Christopher; 4 greatgrand children, Garanique, Celeste, Ghariesh
and Gary Jr.; nieces, Irene, Barbie, Paula, Monique, Talia, Nelly,
Vivian, Lucy, Barbara, Cindy, Stephanie, Susan, Florence, Dorothy,
Dianna, Michelle, Cynthia, Blondie, Amanda, Debbie, Christine,
Ethrel and Cheryl; nephews, Kevin, Jeffery, Felix, Dougie, Harold,
Lindsey, Neil, Neville, Clay, Daniel, Floyd, Wilfred, Elias, Harold,
Llewelyn Jr., Bradley, Lathan, Andre, Treaves, Clay, Devon,
Devaughn, Lundy, Rodney and Harold Jr.; 1 aunt, Inez Dorestant;
5 daughters-in-law, Myrtle Robinson, Jane Forbes, Shaunielle
Oembler, Anissa Forbes and Grisnley Forbes; 3 sons-in-law,
Matthew Missick, Wayne Watson and Julien Hall; 3 sisters-in-law,
Alfreda Seymour, Clementina Seymour and Lois Seymour; 1 grand-
daughter-in-law, Maggie Williams; 1 grand-son-in law, Jackswell
Percentie II; adopted children, Ken Gibson. and Bev; adopted grand
children, Keishala Johnson, Harriette Taylor; god mother, Pat Bain;
god children, Patsy, Jason, Mary, Melanie, Jennifer and many more
too numerous to mention, very close family and Friends, lanthe
Gaitor and Family, Queenie Butler, and Family, Alicia Stockdale
and Family, Cindy Foster and Family, Helen Butler and Family,
Clothilda Roberts and Family, Myrtes Cleare and Family, Dorothy
Hamilton and Family, Randolph Humes and Family, Rozelda
Humes and Family; cousin, Jane Durham and Family, Omenia
Adderley and Family, Cannon Lamuel Been and Family, Beverley
Roberts and Family, Kendal Davis and Family Tom Strachan and
Family, The Dean Family, Randy (sharkey) Seymour, The Ferguson
Family, The Rolle Family, The Sturrup Family, Marjorie Stone
and Family, Rosalie Williams and Family, Jean Deane and Family,
Kendal and Donna Campbell, Olive Butler and family, Gladstone
Mackey and Family, Rossana Smith and Family, Wendell Thurston
and Family, Beverley McKinney and Family, William Douglas
and Family, Tom Gibson and Family, Kirk Mackey and Family,
Daisy French, Daisy'Pinto, Maud Saunders, Delton 'Doc' Bain,
Muriel McIntosh and Family, The King Family, Michael Stuart


and Family, Alvira Smith and Family, Trevor Miller and Family,
Andrea James, Mellissa Thompson, The Caley Family, The Taylor
and Family, The Ward Family, Maude Carroll and Family, The
Seymour Family, The Pinder Family, The Missick Family, The
Colebrooke Family, The Been Family, Gloria Minus, Dorith Collie,
Genevieve Gibson, Sheryl Johnson and Family, the Darville Family,
The Brown Family, The Wilson Family, The Virgil Family, The
Richie Family, The Hall Family, The Burrows Family, The Ramsey
Family, The Lewis Family, The Dorsette Family, Shelia Symonette
and Family,The Smith Family (Long Island), Aunt Rosa and Family,
Aunt Pat and Family, Dr. Brian Tynes and Family, Dr. Patrick
Cargill and Family, The Major Family, The Adderley Family, The
Ellis Family, King's Court Yellow Elder Family, Parents and
Teachers of Precious Moments Christine Pre-School, Arnold A.
Forbes and Co., Del Sol, Fr. Remy David, Fr. Glen Nixon, Arch
Deacon Ranfurly Brown and Family, Arc Deacon Keith Cartwright
and Family, Fr. Sebastian Campbell and Family, Fr. Simeon Roberts
and Entire St. Cecilia's Parish Family, The Parish Family of St.
Anslems, The Parish Family of St. Thomas More, The Parish
Family of St. Judes, The entire Roman Catholic and Anglican
communities of The Bahamas, The St. Cecilia's School Family
and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

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 10:00 a.m. until service time.


Anita Pauline
Bowe-Strachan, 84

of Pineyard Road, Seabreeze Estates
will be held on Friday February 3rd,
I 2006 at 10:40 a.m. at St. Anselm's.
Roman Catholic Church, Bernard
Road, Fox Hill. Monsignor Preston
Moss, Monsignor Alfred Culmer and
Deacon Samuel Mitchell will officiate.
SInterment will be made in the Church's
Cemetery..
She is survived by her six (6) children, Stephanie Lightbourn,
Louise Riley, Claudia Armbrister, Michelle Minnis, John Munnings
and Patrick Rutherford; one (1) brother, Peter Bowe; two (2) adopted
sisters, Inez Dorestant and Theresa Williams; one (1) daughter-in-
law, Pauline Munnings; four (4) sons-in-law, Barry Lightbourn,
Hamilton Riley, Sherman Armbrister Sr. and Edward Minnis;
twenty-two (22) grandchildren, nineteen (19) great-grandchildren
and a host of other relatives and friends.

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


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Barbara Ann Saunders, 75

of Soldier Road, West and formerly of Turks
and Caicos Island will be held on Saturday
February 4th, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. at St Gregory
Anglican Church, Carmichael Road. Rev. Fr.
Carlton Turner and Rev. Donald Kerr will
officiate. Interment will be made in
Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.

Precious memory will forever be cherished
by children, Barbaralee, Donna, Alden,
Desmond and Fr. Norman Lightbourne; grandchildren, Christerlina, Christa,
Richardette, Desmond Jr., Dexter, Alden Jr., Coretta, Pamela, Denswell,
Desiree, Almedia, Tiffany, Dominique; great grands, Christopher, Lemuel,
Dalisia, Aaron, Asia, Alexander, Timmy, Corddy, lazhane, Irin, Aleigha;
sisters, Cara Basden of New York, Esther Saunders of Freeport; brother,
Samuel Saunders of Freeport; neices, Gertrude Mills, Susan, Kay, Kelly
and Keisha Saunders, Helena Humphrey, Olga, Patrick, Farley and Freddie
Basden of New York, Adella Knowles, Madeana Darville and Linda
Turquest; nephews, The Hon. Norman Saunders of South Caicos, Ethelbert,
Ken, Keith and Rev. Kermit Saunders of Freeport, Patrick, Farley and
Freddie Basden N.Y.; daughters-in-law, Laurell, Wendy and Kathleen; son-
in-law, Christopher Fox; immediate relatives, Annie Brooks and family,
Isadora Henfield and Family, Mercedes Harvey and Family, Carlon Lewis
and Family, Joseph Lewis and Family, Winston and Ronnie Seymour and
Family, Edward Hanchell and Family, Marie Clare and Bethel Harvey,
Patricia, Louis, Walter, Larry Henry and Ethelyn Hanchell, Leotha Adderley,
Predcnsa Basden and Mae Missick, Mark Francis, Rev. Howard Mills,
Valerie Ross, Vivienne Forbes, Vemay, Michael, Matt and Marlon Mills,
Debbie Keith and Gurth KnowlesJr., Katherine Rahming and Family,
Dorothy Seymour, Shyian Strachan, Felix and Carolie Grant and Family,
Katheline Saunders, Emily Saunders, James and Gwen Bain and Family,
Ronald and Sylvia Turnquest and Family, Veronica Duncanson, Elva Hall
and Family; other relatives, The Saunders', The Basdens, Knowles, Wards,
Todds, Duncanson's, Palacious, Lewis, Mills, Durhams, Lightboure, Fox's,
Seymour, Quant's, Adams, Robinson and Fulford's and Malcom's; special
friends, Fr. Atma Budhu and Family, Fr. Ivan Eldon and Family, Fr.
Micklewhite and Family, Fr. Kingsley Knowles and Family, Fr. Rex Seymour
and Family, St Gregory Aglican Church Family, especially the ACW, Sara
Fox, Angela Hepbur, Rena Young and Family, Vemesha Colby and Family,
Sharon Moncur, Rose Forbes and Family, Sidney Higgs, Millicent Ferguson
and Family, Henriatta Farquaharson and Family, Tom and Mary Basden
and Family, Wilton and Cora Gibson and Family, Solomon and Monica
Stuart and Family, Dawn Young and Family, The Scotts, the Senior Saints
Organization, the staff of Kentucky Fried Chicken, F/X Beauty Loft, Audrey's
Beauty Salon, Noble Limited, Premium Discount and Strategic Advisory,
Gary and Cleopatra, Christie and Family, Debroah Johnson and Family,
Bloneva Poitier and Family, Florinda Armbrister and Family, Andy Gibson
and Family, Almada Lightbourn, Ronald Young and Family, Jude and
Temuera Smith, Anthea Benoit, Philip and Ann Davis and Family, the Free
Town Lane Family and the Soldier Road west family, including The Higgs,
The Rolle's, The Ferguson's, Mr. Kemp, Stacy Newton and Family, Katherine
Sands and Family, Todd Johnson and Family.

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


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SIndependence Drive Phone: 341-4055




MR. DAVID MICHAEL CLARE, 50

Affectionately called "Dice"
of Soldier Road, will be held
on Saturday 10:00 a.m. at
Believer's Gospel Chapel
Prince Charles Drive and
Trinidad Avenue. Pastor
Roderick Rolle assisted by
Elder Barton Duncanson and
Elder Ted Thompson will
officiate and interment will
follow in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.

Cherished and everlasting
memory are held by wife,
Renee; children, Darene
Hepburn and David Clare Jr.;
mother, Lucille Clare; one grandson, Elvardo Hepburn; five
brothers, Randolph Clare Jr. of Washingtoon D.C., Dr. Fred Clare
of New Rochele, New York, Rev. Dr. Henry Clare of Columbia,
S.C., Paul Clare Sr. and Attorney Clarence Clare; five sisters,
Lillian Prioleau of Columbia S.C., Ethel Claridge, Mary
McCartney, Helen Johnson and Myrtle McCartney; on adopted
sister, Delores Mortimer; two uncles, David Clare Sr. and Thomas
Clare Sr.; one aunt, Pearline Nairn of Miami, Florida; 38 nieces
and nephews, Oscar Prioleu Jr., Dr. Karen Pollock, Sharon Walker,
Linda, Claire and J'Von Claridge, Garvin and Mark McCartney,
Tonya Tynes, Portia, Jasmine, Chistina and Amamda Clare,
Yvette Welch, Karla Johnson, Melanie Harris, Ryan Clare, Clinton
McCartney II, Tracey, Paul Jr., Michael Angelo, Lesvie, Azari,
Mina, Danielle and Nathania Clare, Samuel, Lisa, Ulric Jr., Sean
Mortimer and Ulrica Missick; numerous grand-nieces and
nephews; one son-in-law, Elbert Hepburn Sr.; four brothers-in-
law, Oscar Prioleau Sr., Arnold McCartney, Leon Johnson and
Clinton McCartney Sr; one adopted brother-in-law, Ulric Mortimer
Sr.; five sisters-in-law, Jane, Anne, Beverley, Rosie and Dawn
Clare, a host of other relatives and friends including, Dr. Charles
Clare, Perry, Douglas and Steven Clare, Brenda Pinder, Florence
Bellamy, Clothilda Armaly, Peter Mitchell, Daniel Knowles,
Michael Tynes, Rory Higgs, Philip and Johns, Greg Hilton,
Charlene, Jetson and Derek Harvey, Rev. Gladstone Patton Jr.,
Michael Saunders, Winston Ingraham, Tony and Andy Gomez
and the entire Gomez family, Ricardo Cadet and the Cadet family,
the entire Soldier Road community family, Clement and Basil
Longley, Anthony Lockhart, and the entire Augusta Street
community family, Pastor Errol Jackson and family, Douglas
Pinder, The New Pigs Junkanoo family, Herbert Heastie and the
Heastie family, Robin Nichols, Kevin Christie and the Christie
family, the entire class of 1972-1973 of Government High School
and Kendolyn Cartwright-Robinson.
Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE CHAPEL
OF MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday from
10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 9:00
a.m. to service time.





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MR CECIL
ALEXANDER INGRAHAM, 73


Affectionately called "Papa
Cec" of Dundas Town, Abaco,
will be held on Saturday 11:00
a.m. at New Vision Ministries,
Marsh Harbour, Abaco. Rev.
Silbert Mills assisted by Rev.
Kenneth Knowles will
officiate and interment will
follow in the Public Cemetery
.Dundas Town, Abaco.


Precious memory are held by
wife, Ona Ingraham; one son,
Cecil Ingraham Jr.; ten daughters, Hyacinth Swann, Shirley
Mills, Olga Delancy, Della Ingraham, Kevie Thomas,
Lydia Williams, Licina Ingraham, Tammy Sabota,
Catherine and Elvira; grandchildren, Rex, Ricky, Natasha
Hanchell, Nicholas, Nevin, Jamaal, Darryl, Tasia, Dayneth,
Sierra, Javon, Howard, Summer, Payton, Hayley, Davonte,
Savannah and Jenna; great grandchildren, Shakeem, Donte,
Darryl Jr., Amaya, Rex Jr., Fantasia and Marcus; nieces,
Dionne, Elizabeth, Fredericka, Ruby and Dawn; nephews,
Daniel, George, Trevor, Mark, Dale, Natt, Livingston,
Corer, Julius, Corer Gray, Chief Minister of Turks and
Caicos Island Mike Missick, Paul Missick, Bew Martin
and Clifford; daughter-in-law, Jan Ingraham; sons-in-law,
Cecil Delancy, Perry Thomas, Raymond Saunders, Coby
Williams, Thomas Swann and Paul Sabota; brothers-in-
law including, Thomas Gray; sisters-in-law including,
Alice Carter, Maryjane, Rosalee, Edith and Bernice;
grands-in-law, Adrian Hanchell, Alicia Mills, Kia Swann;
numerous relatives and friends including Clifford Henfield
and family, James Williams and family, Boris Delaney
and family, Eustace Penn and family, Modesta Smith and
family, Virginia Russell and family, Rev. Kenneth Knowles
and family, the Lowe family, Rev. Silbert Mills and family,
Bob Ferguson and family, Evelyn Wilson and family, the
Hanchell family, Pete Hilliard, Victoria Gibson and family,
Ezra Fox Sr. and family, Eulan McIntosh and family,
Yvonne Sawyer, Henly Dawkins, Edith Clarke and family,


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Evelyn Archer and family, Jennie Stuart and family, Roger
Pinder and family, Eric Sands and family, Pauline Sawyer
and family, the staff at the Government Clinic, Monica
Adderley and family, Jason Wallace, Neville Grant, Tom
Blyden, Theophilus, Evie Smith and family, The Friendship
Tabernacle family, Dave Roberts and family, Elmer Bethel
and family, Barry Albury and family, Basil Wilmore and
family and the entire community of Dundas Town, Abaco.

Relatives and friends may view the remains a THE
CHAPEL OF MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE
on Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and at the church
in Dundas Town on Friday from 5:00 p.m. to service time
on Saturday.

MR KELLY JOHNSON, 30

Affectionately called
"Monsieur" of Carmichael
Road, will be held on Sunday
2:00 p.m. at Macedonia
Church of God,. Tooth Shop
Corner. Pastor Francis
assisted by Pastor Toussaint
'will officiate and interment
will follow in the Southern
Cemetery,, Cowpen and
Spikenard Roads..
Survived by his mother,
Fanie Pierre Augustine;
adopted father, Maurison Augustine; four sisters, Mrs.
Fenelia Joseph, Yanick Docteur, Monique Jean-Baptiste
and Ginette Jean-Baptiste; one brother, Wesly Docteur;
eight nieces and nephews including, Ansley II, Evlani,
Mildra and Delense Joseph, Telya Bradley, Edgar Wright
III and Enroy DeSouza a host of other relatives and friends
including Tanya DeSouza, Hillary Duncombe, Garrinton,
Davie, Mr. Johnson, Ms. Paulette, the Bimini Avenue
Crew and the entire community of Cowpen Road.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE
CHAPEL OF MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE
on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and at the church
on Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to service time.






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Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
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Page 340-8043


JEROME ANTHONY
1 McPHEE, 31

of #41W Hearn Lane, Freeport, Grand
SBahama and formerly of Nassau will
Sbe held on Saturday, February 4, 2006
at 2:00 p.m. at Mary Star of the Sea
Catholic Church, Sunrise Highway,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Officiating
will be Father Reginald Demeritte.
Interment will follow at the Grand
Bahama Memorial Park, Frobisher
Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama.

Left to mourn his passing are his two daughters, Jada and Miriah
McPhee; sisters, Russchelle Martin and Raquel Hunter; brothers,
Dwight Hunter, Marvin Martin, Shawn McPhee, Edward McPhee
Jr., and Tyrone Pennerman; grandmothers, Iva McPhee and Francina
Anderson; grandfather, Revis Anderson; nephew, Marvin Martin
Jr.; aunts, Muriel, Patrice, Dorothy and Stephanie McPhee Leathen,
Elizabeth Lewis, Denise Sweeting, Princess Festa, Edvis Rolle,
Patricia Butler, Gloria McKinney and Sara Whyms; uncles, Floyd,'
Anthony, Rex, Calvin and Kendell McPhee Sr., Valentino Festa,
Charles Sweeting, David, Dwayne, James Quinton, Garard and
Jarvise; grand aunts, Phetma Fernander, Mary Morris and Rosalie
Elizabeth; grand uncles, Archie McPhee and Wellington; cousins,
Glover, Vanrea, Nettica Datson, Steve, Hilbert, Wilbert, Bo, Sherell,
Deborah, Anishka, Gloria, Kimberley, Simone, Antonio, Sandy,
Michelle, Patrice, Joyel, Annalee, Jerene, Jeff, Enoch, Jeffrey,
Michelle, Althia, Vaneisha, Brian, Brandon Jr., Stanley, Brandon
Sr., Shaquell, Ashley, Breanna, Barbara, Helena, Hildra, Hilbert
Jr., Alfred, Monica, Angel, Priscilla, Giavanna, Sharon, Shane,
Demetrius, James, Aaron, Shantel, Shamita, Kendell, Henry,
Carrison, Chelsea, Valentino, Albert, Charles Jr., Livingston, Tonio,
David, Sharmine, Allen, Alex, Iva, Reno, Janeka, Iesha, Cynthia
Cumberbatch, Jane, Anastasia Miller, Alexanda, Arlington, Anton
and Theresa Smith;
friends, Crusha, Frog, Jerry, Hoffie, Danny, Gun Nose, Rumple,
Witre, Forue, Cabbage, Renado Hall, Scrudge, Papa Harry, Fat
Head, Fabian, Naddy, Kevin, Dutty Moore, Dutty Bongle, Michael
Hall, Javoine, Ash, Penth, Wallar, Blade, Bobes, Fat Boy, Keon,
Dapper, Physco, Gully-Boy, Andrew, Kelly, Shine Brown, G-5
Patchie, Malie, Baba, Scobby and Freedie, Jo Bunchers, Gizno,
Lil Yellow, Jenkins, Jerry Brown, Sting Weed, Worry, Trunk,
Monk, Rafeal, Anio, Betty, Mercy-less, Lil Bit, Icelyn, Sam, Pam,
Emagine, Nicholle, Betty, Manvella, Janet, Marsha, Kim, Marharke,


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


Mecie, Betty, Sheren, Lisa; Rosanne, Angie, Shelly-Belly and
Harilyn; fallen soldiers, Cavy, Madball, Duncy, Miah, Ranger
Dog, Burn Out and other relatives and friends.

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 on Saturday at the church from 12:30 p.m. until service time.


FELIX EMMANUEL
BUTTERFIELD, 59


of Seagrape, Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama and formerly of Kew, North
Caicos will be held on Saturday,
February 4, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. at Mt.
Calvary Baptist Church, Seagrape,
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Rev. Paul Mullings,
S. assisted by Rev. Oseta Henfield.
Interment will follow at Harbour West
Public Cemetery, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.

Left to mourn his passing are his son Trevor A. Butterfield;
daughter, Pollyanna Jones; four grandchildren, Kingsley Jr., Alfred,
Tyreke and Trevor Jr., one son-in-law, Kingsley Jones; one daughter-
in-law, Miranda Butterfield; one brother, James Butterfield; five
sisters, Muriel Blaze, Esther Hall, Esterlane Cartwright, Ann
Parker and Eva Williams; one uncle, Thomas Gardiner; one aunt,
Victoria Gardiner; 18 nephews, George, Lecious, Wayne, Scott,
Lindy, Lindon, Bernard, Daley, Tony, Andrew, Dwight, Franklyn,
Stephen, Ali, Quincy, Alson, Alex and Jacob; 12 nieces, Ida,
Sharon, Pollyanna, Mageline, Carla, Michelle, Anya, Cindy,
Melinda, Shantel, Jessica and Jennifer; other relatives and friends
including, Nurse Evans, the staff of The Kidney Centre, Dr. A.
Ohueyi and Jackie Smith.

Viewing will be held in the "Celestial 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 from 9:30 a.m. until service time.


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




Isaac, "Iky" Chester
Davis Sr., 52

S of Musgrove Street,
SChippingham, died at his
residence on Friday, January
27th, 2006.

.4 He is survived by his Wife:
"Terry Davis, Mother:
Georgieana Davis, Three
Sons: Isaac Chester Davis Jr., Ian and Tehran, One
Adopted Son: Rashard, One Daughter: Ikena Davis,
Five Sisters: Vanrea Thomas, Judith Dawkins, Sandfra
Oliver, Dorothea King, and Casscine Grant-Kinnear, One
Adopted Sister: Esther Curry, Three Brothers-in-law,
One Sister-in-law, and numerous other Relatives and
Friends.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later.



Grace Mildred Price,
78

of Palm Beach Street, and
formerly of the Bluff, North

Margaret Hospital on Monday,
January 30th, 2006.

She is survived by One Son:
Anthony Price, Three
Daughters: Judy Lightbourne, Eula Hamilton, and Sandra
Price, Two Sisters: Madlyn Kelly and Cutel Symonette,
Two Brothers: Eugene and Harrison Kelly, and a host
of other Relatives and Friends.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later.


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SDOROTHY "COOLIE",
"MAMA" MILLER, 79
r of Conch Sound Andros will be held
,- : on Sunday at 10:00 a.m. at Mt.
Pisgah Trinity Baptist Church,
Conch Sound Andros. Officiating
.--,. .. will be Rev. Basil Strachan assisted
by other ministers. Interment in
Miller's Private Cemetery, Conch
Sound, Andros.
She is survived by eight children,
& Louise Riveria, Deaconess Mablene
Bowleg, Judith, Emmith, Rodney,
Luthney, Whitney and Bradley Miller;
adopted son, Lloyd Riley; 35 grandchildren, Sherell Leadon,
Lovann Christie, Perry, Marva, Dave, Alberto, Bruno, Nolette,
Clinton, Carol, Labra, Latora, Laconan, William, Ramon, Brad,
Lemont, Shonique and Kendra Miller, Janness, Bernadette, Lee
and Keilton Gibson, Claudia and J.J. Riveria, Edna Myers, Dorisse
Taylor, Maralyn Adderley, Harazona, Charlie, Vashenell, Bradley,
Joycelyn and Shamardo Bowleg, Ricardo Scott and Melissa
Newbold; 46 great grandchildren, Mikhail Duncombe, Duranique
and Jade Gibson, Nikita Hinsey, Marissa, Jonicka Scott, Pretice
and Chad Adderley, Tareka Munroe, Ambra Lord, Cameron
Brown, Clinton, Anthony, Charlice, Bradley Jr., Brandon, Darien,
Blake, Travis and Eden Bowleg, Trevor, Jonique and Trevon
Farquharson, Jemini and Romin Davis, Dacado Fernander, Amos
Myers, Barrentino and Romano Riley, Kadisha Leadon, Phillip
Jr., d'Caprio, d'Angelo Christie, Simone, Allyah, Latario, Abria,
Bianca, Bruno Jr., Everette and Brunrino Miller, Torie, Gabriel
and Whitley Ferguson, Tyler and Daria Taylor; nieces and nephews
Including Olive Brown, Henrietta, Joshua, Wilmoree and Eudie
Rolle; numerous grandnieces and nephews including Nurse
Dianne and Stacy Hanna; four daughters-in-law, Jessica, Linda,
Deloris and Margaret Miller; two sons-in-law, Charles Bowleg
and Jesus Riveria; one brother-in-law, Harold Miller.
Host of other relatives and friends including Rev. Basil Strachan
and The New Mt. Pisgah Trinity Baptist Church family, Rev. Dr.
Charles Saunders and The Salem Union Baptist Church, Minister
Charles Miller and family, Vince Miller and family, Wellington
Miller and Gertrude Pedican and family, Mavis Adderley and
family, Linda Wallace and family, Deacon Hillard Miller and family,
Mae Miller and family, Ricardo Mott, Faye Bain, Mildred, Dennis,
Doral, Dereck, Alfred, John and Wayde Miller and family, Keva
Walker and family, the Strachan family, Ramona McClain, Kareen
Johnson, the Bowleg family, Marie Sumner, Steven Adderley,
the Evans family, Jacob Lightbourne, Beryl Rolle and family, the
Sands family, the Rahming family, the Williams family, the Mackey
family, Zelyer Johnson, Geneva Oliver and family, Mareena Dean,
Sister Sears, Dr. George Sherman, Mrs. Thompson, Rev. Minerva
Pratt and family, Doris Thompson and family, Agatha E. Bowe,
Diane Knoll, Sheila Rolle and family, Agatha Bowe, Vanria
Rahming, Iris Murphy, Meryll Rolle, staff of the Nicoll's Town
Public Clinic, the community of Blanket Sound, Andros and the
nursing staff of Female Medical II.
The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson
Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
and at the church in Conch Sound on Saturday from 12:00 noon
until service time on Sunday.





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CARLTON
"CARL"
MUNNINGS, 50
of Blue Hill & Soldier Roads will
be held on Saturday, February
4th, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. at First
Baptist Church; Market Street.
Officiating will be Pastor Earle
Francis, assisted by other
ministers. Interment will follow
in the Old Trail Cemetery,
Abundant Life Road.


Left to cherish fond memory are his brother, Freddie Munnings;
sister, Patricia Munnings; (2) daughters, Carla Williams and
Charlene Munnings; (3) grandchildren, Christnae, Christario
and Chevaz; (7) aunts, Doris Burrows, Jestina Neilly, Emerita
Munnings, Rosetta McKenzie, Elizabeth Curtis; Roceta and
Elizabeth Miller; (4) uncles, Leo Rolle of Eustis Fla; Ortland
Williams of Lake Placid, Fla; Lawrence Rolle and Percy Miller;
(1) niece, Cheala Munnings; (1) nephew, Chad Munnings; (2)
sisters-in-law, Deborah Munnings and Sandra Major; (1)
brother-in-law, Anthony Smith; (2) grand aunts, Rev. Minerva
Pratt and Geneva Mackey of Conch Sound, Andros; (1) grand
uncle, John Samuel Rolle; cousins, Antoinette Miller, Pauline
McAlpine, Renae Burrows, Anna Strachan, Virginia Johnson,
Keffie Battles, Wendy Rolle, Henry 'Butch', Ernest 'Tilly',
Gregory, Stephen and ASP Nelson Burrows and Carl Toote;
other relatives, Mrs. Joan Williams-Rolle and Family, Ronnie
Bain, Tizel, Rev. Stafford Munnings, Mrs. Gloria Evans, Alice
Lafleur, Valerie Basden, Yvonne Bannister, Kim Dean, Orien
Munnings, Alfred McKenzie, Nathaniel Pratt and Bernard
Evans; friends, Dwight, Archie, Wilber, Charles, Eddie, Charles
Wesley, Willie, Dwayne, Rudy, Robert, Donathan, Anwar,
Picky, Wendel, Shaft, The Podoleo Street Family, Anthony
Cox, Oliver Swan, Harrison Young, Rev. Arnold, Frankie and
Stephen Josey; The Pratt and Mackey Families of Conch Sound,
Andros; The Evans Family of Nicholls Town, Andros and the
Curtis Family.
Viewing will be held at Clarke's Funeral Home #244 Market
Street on Friday, February 3rd from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m.
and on Saturday, February 4th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
NanId.cram J.0fl piam3-at..teairhuaJ ti3LL tain.






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Geraldine Geletta
Duncombe, 29

of Sir Charles Saunders
Highway, will be held on
Saturday 4th February,
2006 at 11:00 a.m. at
Commonwealth Mission
Baptist Church
Commonwealth Blvd,
Elizabeth Ests. Officiating will be State Overseer
Arnold Josey, Assisted by:- Pastor Jerry Josey.
Intemment will follow at Lakeview Memorial Gardens,
John F. Kennedy Drive.

Gerry will be greatly missed by her devoted husband,
Marvin; daughter, Geneal; mother, Raffaletta Miller;
3 brothers, P/Cpl 207 Michael Major, Kevin Harrison
and Stephen Miller; 4 sisters Sylvia Welch of Boston,
Rev. Fearlease Petiras, Willamae Taylor, W/Cpl. 1700
Matilda Cunningham; uncles, Alfred, Pembroke and
Lawrence Cartwright and Hiram Major; aunts, Alice
Mortimer, Edna and Florence Cartwright, Lillian
Major, Blanche Watson and Sabrina Major of Abaco;
4 sisters-in-law, 10 brothers-in-law, numerous nieces
and nephews many other relatives and friends including
Cheryl Minnis, Pastor, Officers. and Members of
Commonwealth Baptist Church Family, Apostle Leon
Wallace, Officers and Members of Voice Of
Deliverence Family, Pastor, Officers and Members
of St. Johns Baptist Church family, Zion Baptist,
Abaco and Inagua.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at
Evergreen Mortuary located on Harrold Road on
Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the church
on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service time.


BOSTWICK BENSON
JOHNSON, 35
a resident of James Cistern, Eleuthera will
be held on Saturday, 4th February 2006
at 11am at Wesley Methodist Church,
James Cistern, Eleuthera. Officiating will
be Pastor Arlene Isaacs, assisted by Rev
Godfrey Bethel and Bishop Andrew
Stewart. Interment will follow in James
Cistern Public Cemetery, James Cistern,
Eleuthera.


SLeft to cherish his fond memory are his
Parents, Deacon Benson and Deaconess
Cora Johnson; seven sisters, Jennarosa
Johnson, Daphne Smith, Tamiko Reckley, Beatrice Hall, Jodie Wilson,
Christine and Verna Johnson; three brothers, Jeremy Johnson, Van Johnson
and Ettiene Johnson; grandmother, Eloise Ward of Upper Bogue, Eleuthera;
nine aunts, Rosemary Ward, Dorothy Ward-Johnson, Minister Mary (Betty)
Russell, Virginia Cartwright, Melanie and Jennifer Ward, Geraldine, Prescilla
and Alphemia Johnson; nine uncles, Timothy and Tyrone Johnson of
(California), Wilmott Ward of (Queen's New York), Raymond and Eddison
Ward, Claudius Johnson, David Cartwright and Doyle Russell, Twyman
Neely; two grand uncles, Drexwell and Spencer Bowles; 11 niece, Alexis
Roberts, Andronique Johnson, Terrinique Wilson, Jernae Hall, Lendera and
Bianca Gibson, Shantia, Indera and Adera Johnson, Amber and Marion
Johnson; 14 nephews, Jordan and Justin Smith, Javbn, Jose, Brandon, Andrew,
Jaheime, Justin, Deron and Raymond Jr, Jeremiah, Terrance Jr, Glentin
Gibson and Deangelo Johnson; five brothers-in-law, Prince Smith, Sherman
Reckley, Terrance Wilson, Jermaine Hall and Raymond Alcott; cousins,
Claudette Whymns, Shekiera Calma, Dale, Jullian and Angel Russell,
Shavourne Brown, Terrance and Jason Ferguson, Deleka and Delano
Cartwright, Jamal Ingraham, Julian Johnson, James Percentie, Shevan, Candy,
Raygina, Javan and Raymond Ward Jr, DenVaughn Whymns, Arnica Bannister,
Casurea Johnson, Tia, Nicole and Nathan Ward, Doyle Johnson, Contessa
McKenzie and Constance Johnson, Perry, Yvonne, Virgil, Michelle, Monique,
Twaine, Ross, Renaldo Bethel, Tonya, Jemmy, Santee, Tressie and Lexy,
Preston Jr, Tiffany and Yvette, Dominic, Darius, Ivanna, Daniel, Deborah,
Pamela, Neil, Carnetta Susan and Tiffany Johnson, Benjamin and Jermaine
Johnson, other relatives and friends including Israel Johnson and family,
Isaac Johnson and family, Thomas Johnson and family, Martha Johnson and
family, Jermima Johnson and family, Malvina Moss and family, Blance
Sanford and family, Twyman Neilly and family, Rose Mackey and family,
Olga Bowles and family, Erma Bowles and family, Myrtle Curry and family,
Loretta Jacques and family, Joan and Rowena Johnson and family, Prophet
Trevor Stubbs, Deacon Hubet and Deconess Patricia Belle, House of Prayer
and Deliverance Center, Cornerstone Baptist Church and the entire community
of James Cistern Eleuthera.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Riverside Funeral Chapel,
Mount Royal Avenue and Kenwood Street on Thursday at 3pm to 7pm, and
at the Church on Friday until service time on Saturday.


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SRev. Milton John Young

will be held Sunday February 5th, 2006 at
1:30 p.m. at Church of God Temple, Coconut
Grove Avenue and Crooked Island Street.
Officiating will be Bishop Robert McPhee,
Bishop Lindo Wallace, Interment will follow
in Old Trail Cemetery, Abundant Life Road
He is survived by six children, Barbara Davis,
-Maybell Farrington, Catherine Shields,
'_ Bernell Leonie Williams of New Jersey,
Earnest Bruce and Clarence Young; thirty-
five grand children, John of Fort Pierce Florida, Janice and Michael
Davis, Mordell, Fritzgerald, Henry Jr. Mondez, Retha, Divonne and
Meybell Farrington, Curtis Robertha, Bruno and Myrtis of Virginia;
Dellseaner Smith, Charlie Wilson Lenwood of Titusville Florida, and
Jermaine Shileds, Lisa, Gina and Brenell Johnson of New Jersey, Cleo,
Bruce Jr. Avathea and Nadia Young, Mario Smith and Monique Harrison,
Robert, Brenaldo, Anaka of Grand Bahama, Conrad, Ceann, Shavon,
Deaudra, D'andra Young; twenty-seven great-grand children, Rajev,
Vinthea, Vitoy and Vinthon Farrington, D'Shay and D'Shawn Ingraham,
Rodwell and Theo Knowles, Jason, Michael Jr., Dachard, Cynteka and
Opal Carey, Lenwood Jr. Randy and Madisson of Titusville and Janine
Shields, Charniqua and Anthon Wilson, Britinque and Ethelbert Harrison
Jr., Inga, Dashell and Stephan Young, Brendon and Devon Johnson of
New Jersey; daughters and sons-in-law, Coral, Anatol and Inza Young,
Henry Frrnirng tn Sr.; grand daughters and grand-sons-in-law, Vanessa
FarriigtonTi, acey Shields and WPC 2485 Ann Wilson, Ethelbert Harrison
Sr.; sister, Rosanna Ban- nieces and nephews, Millie, Margaret, Rena,
.Ronald;'Thomas, Alexander Edith Myrtis, Ronald, Granville, Mildred,
Virginia; Ellen,, Olga, George, Alphesus, Alex, Richard, Hilton, Rowena,
Lenore, Shirley, Ola, Otis, Risley, Elgin, Cynthia, Leslie, George, Curtis,
Idell, Marjorie; sister and brother-in-law, Vernal and Ann Lynes, Elder
Isaac and Olive, Jeffery and Ulean Roberts and Thelma, Lea, Janette
and Mary Ferguson, Marinetta and Charlotte Young, Isadora Johnson
other relatives and friends, Linda Cartwright, Florence Knowles, Margaret
Lewis, Kim Symonette, Wellington Bastian, Eulease, Lavaughn,
Wellington, Otis, Harry, Jack, Edith, Glenn, Dwayne, Vencilla, Rosemary,
Junior, Michael, Florence Miller, Vanretta, Inell, Monique, Edwin, Verona
Seymour, Altheameaze Watson, Lean Evans, Joseph Butler, Austin
Meadows, George Moultrie, Mable Smith, Wilfred and Doralene Andrews,
Glendina Knowles, Vera Bethel, Pastor Theophilus and Blooming Neely,
Rev. Bernard Rolle and Elder Daniel Rahming, Pastor Leo and Rodnell
Forbes, Mildred Duncombe, Rochelle Forbes, Lorna (caregiver) members
of Church of God Mars Bay, residents of Mars Bay, Bishop Sherwin
and Dorothy Smith, Bishop Lindo and Olga Wallace, Bishop Cleavert
and Veronica Bain, Bishop Hubert Pinder, Bishop Lanford and Judy
Bethel, Bishop Henry and Yvonne Morris, Bishop Robert and Modena
McPhee, The Church of God Temple Family.
Relatives and Friends may view the body and sign the book of condolence
at Newbold Brothers Funeral Home # 10 Palmetto Avenue and Acklins
Street On Saturday From 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. At the church on Sunday
"from 12:00 noon until service time.


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S_. "The loss of our mother is
painful but the beautiful memories
we shared will live forever in
our hearts. "

We the family of the late

i HELEN ANNIE
RUSSELL

wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks and appreciation to.our
k many relatives and friends for their
wonderfull expressions of love and
sympathy during. our recent time of
bereavement.

Your gifts of flowers, food, cards, telephone calls, visits, prayers or
simply being there with a listening ear gave us much needed comfort,
support and encouragement at a very difficult time. We do thank you
and ask that you continue to remember us in your prayers.

~ The Family

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Louis Germelus, 63

a resident of Collie Ave, Kennedy
Subdivision and formerly of Port de Paix,
Haiti will be held at East Street Gospel
Chapel, East Street, on Saturday February
4th, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will
be Pastor Errol Jackson assisted by Pastor
Edmund Dorsett. Interment follows in Old
Trail Cemetery, Old; Trail Road.

Left to reflect and treasure his memory is
his wife, Rosanna Bruno Germelus; five
children, Margaret, Myrlande, Jean, Ronald, and Juvin Germelus; two
grandchildren, Laquel Paulsaint and Lattaria Pinder; one nephew, Kerry
Mondestin, one niece, Merita Mondestin, other relatives and friends including,
Davina Peters and Family, Albert Bain, Lesley Paulsaint, Angelle Paulsaint,
Larry Pinder and Family, The Souffrant Family, Philip Pierre and Family,
Deliverance, Maggie Mereus, John Pierre, Toby Austin and Staff, The
members of East Street Gospel Chapel, Staff of Original Patties Bakery,
Staff of Storr's Frames and Windows, Staff of Aunt Lily's, The Masons
Addition Crew and many others to numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, froml0:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church
from 9:00 a.m. until service time.


Rev. Foster Bethel, 56

a resident of White's Addition off Kemp
Road, will be held at Riverside Church of
God, Poinciana Drive on Sundy, Febraury
5th, 2006 at 1:00p.m. Officiating will be
Bishop Alfred Thompson, :assisted by other
ministers. Interment follows in Old Trail
Cemetery, Old Trail Road


Ldi Left to cherish his memory are, his mother
Mrs. Alice Bethel; 2.aunts, Erma Gilbert
andiEulie Brown; 2 uncles, John Neely and
Henry Brown; numerous- cousins,
including, Carmetta Walker, Willamae Mackey, Winfield Brown, Joycelyn
Cartwright, Sheila Brown, Ruthnell Brown, Winifred Neely, Christopher
Brown, Margaret Ume, Miriam-Johrson, Brenda Canta and Sandra Rolle;
a host of other relatives and friends, including Hazel Forbes, Bishop Alfred
Thompson, Pastor Dianna Ranger, Deacon Alfred Gibson, Rev. Micklewhite,
Rev. Marian Johnson, Deacon Brovwn, Garvin Strachan, Anacko Ranger,
Julia Kelly, Ann and family, Bishop Mother Wright, Michaela Strachan,
Toishura Ranger and godchildren, Rehaldo Forbes and Devaughn Adderley,
the entire Kemp Road neighbourhood, and the Church family of Riverside
Church of God.

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


Mrs. Eurenia Marina "Nean"
Stubbs-Simmons, 69

a resident of Water Street and formerly of
Orange Creek, Cat Island, will be held at
Ebenezer Mission Baptist Church, St.
Charles Vincent Street, on Saturday
February 4th, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. Elkin A. Symonette,
assisted by Rev. Zephaniah Newbold.
Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.


Left to cherish her memory are her husband, Cleveland Simmons Sr., five
daughters, Eldora James, Sandra and Monica Simmons, Judy McFall and
Ophelia Miller; son, Cleveland Simmons Jr.; step-son, Marlo Gardiner;
stepmother, Eldora Stubbs of Orange Creek, Cat Island; one sister, Edith
Newbold of Miramar, Florida; two brothers, Joshua Stubbs and Donald
Davis; twenty two grand children, Detective Corporal 1520 Sidney James
of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, Vaneke, James, Chicara, Jameco, Edisa,
Jurich, Clevette, Clement, Dion Jr., Janre', Corazine, David Jr., Dennison
Jr., Clevandra, Darren, Dionette, Clevon, Cletus, Justin Jr., and Jameel;
adopted grand children, Sheena and Sanchez Nabbie, John and James; fifteen
great grand children, Sidney Jr., Aaron, Meshach, Macvaughna, Dezur,
Clydisa, Justin, Malika, Jabez, Jurreo, Amana, Kamea, Chicai, Montel and
Jermaine; two daughters-in-law, Debbie Ferguson and Adrianna Simmons;
sisters-in-law, Corine Pinder, Anthea McIntosh, Sarah, Carol and Charlamae
Williams, Sandra Davis and Melanie Stubbs; brother-in-law, Cleveland
Newbold, Benjamin and Oneal Williams; niees, Deborah Latson, Gabrielle,
Brendalee, Cecile, Ida, Arnette, Lillian, Ruthmae, Monique, Marilyn,
Bridgette and Latrocia; nephews, Prince, Franklyn, Dominique, Marvin,
Garvin, Jeron, Pastor James Womack, Revi Arlington Rolle, Pastor Dave
Williams, Carroll, Tony, Roy, Barry, Gregory and Solomon Jr; cousins,
Hesterlina Miller, Dudley McDonald, Florence Kemp, Alice Stuart, James
Stubbs, Cleveland Stuart, Sam and Rosemary Cambridge, Rev. Zephaniah
Newbold, Rev. Cecil Newbold, Revis and Frank Rolle, Nelson Stubbs,
Barry, Lafayette and Danny Rolle, Bishop Rodney Roberts; other relatives
and friends, Petula Black, Debbie Ferguson, Cyntra Pinder, Orelia Moraley,
Eulease Smith and family, Daphne Brennen, Sheila Hepburn, Roslyn and
Millicent Smith, Louise Bowe and Family, The Fowler family, Roy Barnett
and family, Alexander Burrows and family, Allan Lightbourne, Valderine
Cooper, Carl Daniels, Wayne Bass, Wallis Sargent, Edith Lockhart and
family, Carolyn Richardson, Esther Ferguson and family, Karen Cox, Vemell
Bevans, Lillisbelle Swann, Peter Walkes, Gregory Hall, Dion Miller, Oswald
and Lillian Williams, Marvin Belle, Wanda Darville, Elsa Munnings, The
Orange Creek Community, Big Pond Community and the Bain/Grants Town
Senior Citizens Association, other relatives and friends too numerous to
mention.

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 from 9:00
a.m.-12:00 noon and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service time.


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Alamae Ellamae
Cartwright, 55

a resident of Palm Tree Avenue and
formerly of Bluff, South Andros, will
be held at Five Porches Deliverence
J ,' Centre Apostolic Tabernacle Church,
S. 'Market Street & Poinciana Ave., on
q Saturday February 4th, 2006 at 1:00
p.m. Officiating will be Bishop
Rodney Roberts, assisted by Prophet
Stefan P. Russell. Interment follows
in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.


Bay Street, Tabernacle of Refuge Deliverance Centre Family,
Prophet Stefan P. Russell and Family, Prophetess Jeannette Gerenus
and Family, Five Porches of Deliverance Centre Family, Robin
Smith and Family, Pastor Nottage and Family and Alydice Lewis
and Family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.on Friday and on Saturday
at the church from 12:00 noon until service time.


Errol Alphonso
Emmanuel, 75


Left to cherish her memory are her mother, Pearlnett Cartwright;
her special friend, Hezron Davis; one daughter, Melissa Davis; a resident of Hay Street, will be held
five sons, Kevin, Dwayne Hanna, Hezron Jr., Jeremey and Brandon at Ebenezer Mission Baptist Chuch,
Davis; four grand daughters, Ashley, Aaliyah, Davonya Hanna Charles Vincent Street, on Saturday
and Paige Smith; four grandsons, Robin Jr., Travette Smith, Hezron February 4th, 2006 at 10:00 a.m.
III and Rashad Davis; three sisters, Verdell, Barbara and Lisa Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Elkin
Cartwright; three brothers, John Jr., Ray Charles and Joseph . B Symonette, assisted by associate
Cartwright; eight nieces, Kaynell Smith, Dellarese, Nadia, Florinda ministers. Interment follows in
and Tayna Knowles, Dominique Knowles, Raynique and Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and
Christinique Cartwright; nephews, Shaw, Herbert, Eldridge, Eldley, Spikenard Road.
Tecko and Sidney Jr. Knowles, Valentino, Jacob, Ray Jr., and
Christian Cartwright, Dario Smith, Ramando Ferguson; four grand Left to cherish his memory are his 3 daughters, Madgalene Pierre
nieces,.Dakel,'Ravern, Selean, and Navia Knowles; four grand Louis, Eleanor Moss of Freeport, Grand Bahama and Angela
nephews, Randy, Zhivargo, Leander, Herbert Jr., Mark, Elrikia, Brown of Hollywood, Fla.; 6 grandchildren, Lavanya Edwards,
Sammie, Eldridge Jr., Darrin, Marrio Jr., Nuri and Michael; eight Kevin and Thadia Rolle, Favarion Pratt, Torriano Cooper and
aunts, Annamae Smith, Jestina Johnson, Verena, Gloria, Cynthia, Joshua Brown of Hollywood, Fla.; 2 great grand children,
Noralee Cartwright, Annamae and Sylvia Phillips; three uncles, Marvinique Edwards and Tavarion Pratt Jr.; 3 sons-in-law, Roosevelt
Jacob Sr., and Joseph Cartwright, Ebril Phillips; one sister-in-law, Pierre-Louis, Ivan Moss of Freeport, Grand Bahama and Jack
Monique Cartwright; one brother-in-law, Sidney Knowles, a host Brown of New York; 3 sisters, Emily, Geletha and Helen Williams;
of other relatives and friends including, Joyce and Maltice 1 brother, Whitmore Emmanuel; 1 brother-in-law, George Williams;
Cartwright, Rosenell Cooper, Sherrymae Laroda, Carolyn Forbes, 11 nieces and nephews including, Willimae Bain of Freeport,
Jacob Jr., and Wellington Cartwright; Marjorie Boneby, Icelyn Grand Bahama, Violet, Earlymae, Daisymae, Fredrick, Sam,
Lewis, Maria Antonio, Tezel, Arlington and Robert Cartwright, Kenneth, Devard, Hosea, Edith and Judy Williams; 32 grand nieces
Miriam Caraninco, Floyd, Anthony Cartwright, Zuka Leadon and and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends including,
Dwight Knowles, Berthamae, Jacqueline and Elrina Johnson, Pastor Hanna, Ulene and Sister Femander, the staff of Male Medical
Wilamena Pennington, Diania, Branell, Janice, Girthlyn, Elva, Ward II of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Sister Irene Coakley,
Latoya, Louise, Trevor, Nelson, Elizah Phillip, Prudence Green, Anne Panza, the Penn family, Woodside family, Loma Johnson
Miriam Brennen, Willamae Green, Edward Johnson, Willard, and family, Delicia Wright and family, Ophie Williams, Dorothy
Wendy Johnson, Ellamae Bain, Charles, Eugene, Edward, Johnathan Newbold and family, Chana Williams, Leroy Williams and family,
and Keno Cartwright, Phillpi Knowles, Sidney, Sangster Smith, Lillian Solomon and family, Kirk McPhee and Inez Johnson and
Dame Family, Rahming Family of Bluff, South Andros, Scott and family.
Progressive Pre-School Family, Burrows Family of Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Maudley Charlton and family, Davis Family, Brennen Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Family, Melissa Heild and Family, Neffatera Davis, Denvar Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.on Friday and on Saturday
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3BF #525
2002 Grand Cherokee Laredo,
CD, AC, fully loaded, warranty,
license and inspection included,
insurance and financing arranged,
$20,900 ONO,
Call: 394-5779


BBF #541
1996 Honda Accord V-Tech,
tan leather, sunroof, CD, A/C,
P/W, airbags, auto, 2-dr,
$5,500 OBO,
Call: 364-4910 or 454-4733


2000 Chevy Silverado,
truck, excellent condition,
$16,000,
Call: 464-2192 or 364-6195


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.


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


1984 Corvette,
red, A/C, pwr steering, alpine CD player,
very good condition, low mileage,
$8,000,
Call: 393-1630 after 6pm


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.


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











BBF #550
1995 Honda Civic,
white, 17" rims, CD, everything works,
good condition, A/C, automatic,
$4,000 ONO,
Call: 325-4824


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.


2001 & up Dodge 1500 pick-ups & Dakotas,
2 door & 4 door, Models available
@ Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2,
Can't beat the deals. Trades are accepted.
License, Warranty Etc.
Tribune Issue 26 066


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.


oDr P;or euuu onevy i anoe,
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

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Nissan Cedais
available priced from $3,000. That's right!
Also others for $5,995 @ Sanpin Motors.
Supplies are Limited.
Ph. 325-0881/2.
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2003 Mustang
Fully loaded; sound system (set),
and 12" original,
$16,000,
Call: 322-1722 or 393-1954


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


B#4 459
1999 Ford Taurus
in excellent condition, fully loaded,-priced right
$9,995
@ Sanpin Motors warranty, licensed, etc.
S325-0881-2
trade ins accepted.


BBF #460 2003 Mercedes
A-160 elegance, in mint condition, can be
viewed @ Sanpin Motors, offersinvited,
Call: 325-0881-2
@ Sanpin Motors warranty,
licensed, etc

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


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


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


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


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


BBF #505
1994 Honda Accord,
make an offer,
Call: IBC AUTO
@3
393-6081


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


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


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


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


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


2000 Isuzu Rode
fully loaded, excellent condition,
$16,000,
Call: 464-2192 or 364-6195


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1999 FORD TAURUS
Red with grey interior. Kingdom deal,
good condition, AC, radio/tape.
Clean inside and out. Low mileage
Asking $4,000.00 Call Now,
Tel: 341-6126


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.


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


BBF #558
Nissan Laurels,
only a few left, priced right, $5,995, Trades are
welcomed at Sanpin Motors,
Call: 325-0881/2. .
License, Warranty Etc.


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


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.


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.
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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


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


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.


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


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


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.


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


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1994 Mitsubishi Van Delica,
fully loaded, A/C, 7 seater,
green/silver, tape player, sunroof, diesel,
Jap RHD,
$6,500 ONO,
Call: 454-1023


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


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


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2000 Nissan Maxima,
clean in & out, keyless entry,
pioneer, CD,
$11,000 w/rims,
$9,000 w/out rims,
Call: 323-0630 or 565-7515


BBF #579
1998 Nissan Presea,
One owner, Clean, Reliable, a/c, low on gas,
pwr, str., pwr windows, CD, RI-fD. Great Buy,
Must See! Owner leaving town
$6000.00 O.N.O
Serious offers considered,
434-5429 / 456-5682,


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


3BF #586
1995 Honda Prelude,
fully loaded, CD, A/C, excellent condition,
$4,000 ONO,
Call: 326-5008,
423-5200, or 356-2739


1999 Honda Accord,
fully loaded, excellent condition, CD, sunroof,
A/C, leather int.,
$8,000 ONO,
Call: 326-5008,
423-5200, or 356-2739


1997 Chevy Astro Cargo Van,
well maintained, white, alarm, tool rack,
$6,000 ONO
Call: 359-3125 or 324-6696


BBF #591
1992 Lexus,
20"chrome rims, ruby red, sony CD player,
fully pwr, leather int.,
sunroof, solid condition,
$7,500 ONO,
Call: 456-5498 or 323-4028


BBF #592
1991 Ford F-250 XL,
Diesel,
$2,000,
Call: 422-1463 or 457-4926


2004 Isuzu Rodeo,
fully pwr, alloy rims, A/C, automatic,
CD, low miles, $21,500 OBO,
serious calls only, 364-1306 or 544-7399


Dor Hatio
Just In,
excellent condition, fully loaded,
1999 Eddie Bauer,
V8 Ford Expedition, tan leather int., black and
gold, ext. must see to appreciate, CD changer,
$16,000 ONO,
Call: 544-4249 or 535-8884


BBF #598
1998 Land Rover Discovery,
6 disc CD changer, leather int. 2 sunroofs,
fully loaded excellent condition,
$13,500 ONO,
Call: 434-9249, 502-7024, or 323-3561


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


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1995 Infiniti 045,
A/C, sunroof, goodcondition,
C $7,000 ONO,
Call: 324-5552, 356-1643,
or
427-9961


1994 Honda Accord,
17" alloy rims, body kit, rear spoiler, CD, A/C,
exhaust, after market lights, automatic,
$6,800 OBO,
Call: 424-2937 or 393-0313


1993 Honda Prelude,
sunroof, A/C, good running condition,
just paint,
$3,000 ONO,
6 Call: 436-7592 or 322-4626


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


2002 Nissan Maxima,
20" chrome rims, special edition, leather int.
4500 miles, remote start, fully loaded,
$16,800 ONO,
Call: 427-3982 or 454-4440


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


2002 Nissan Maxima.3.5,
clean title,
system, A/C, fully loaded,
$17,000,
Call: 455-1667 or 322-1248


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


2003 NISSAN PLATINA
Gold with grey interior
$9,500.00 Neg.
low mileage. Excellent condition,
AC, CD player.
Tel: 326-5719 /Cell: 424-3034




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1995 HONDA CIVIC
white with brown interior
$3,500.00
running excellent, AC, clean inside and out, radio.
Good deal for women, good to go, License until
september, car like new
Tel: 341-8109 Cell: 454-3859


BBF #610
1996 Ford Contour,
needs fuel pump,
serious offers only need call;
$2,000 OBO,
Call: 327-8270 or 325-2248


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 #265
1999 FORD EXPEDITION 4600 CC
Navy blue with grey leather interior.
AC, tape deck, CD changer.
Good condition.
Asking $19,000.00 ONO
Tel: 362-4509 /3624329


2004 NISSAN SENTRA
Burgundy, good condition, very clean interior,
financing available for
Government and hotel employees
$12,000.00 ONO
Teks,.56.5 -975Q -Qr,357-3964


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


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


1999 TOYOTA CAMRY
Black exterior,
65,000 mile, Good condition. Was new from the
Toyota Company limited
$7, 900.00 ONO
TeL: 427-6832, Must sell
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2000 HONDA PASSPORT
Black/tan withtan 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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1999 MERCEDES BENZ C280
"Elegance" Silver with blue leather interior.
SFully loaded. Wood trim,
power heated seats, parking sensors,
xenon lights,
6 CD changer, sunroof.
Serious inquiries only
Call: 364-4334/357-7105


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)


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


over wnm grey interior
$15,000.00 ONO
Automatic, excellent condition, well kept, one
owner, garage kept
T.l A. 01 A1n noall"- K,7.-Q77


FRIB #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


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


1 #258
1998 NISSAN MAXIMA
Leather tan interior
$4,500.00,
$3,800.00 without rims
18" rims, CD, AC,
power windows and locks
Tel: 426-3327 Cell: 636-4567


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


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


" TRIB #273
RIB #264 2000 NISSAN ALTIMA
1995 GMC "Vandura" Truck White with tan interior
Panel Van. Automatic. Diesel. $8,500.00 OBO
$9,000.00 ONO Only 63K miles. Great condition,
-..- -TaL 322-8645- ..... extra clean inside and out
Ask for James Roberts, Hours: 8:30am 5pm Tel: 392-2082 Cell: 427-9042


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


Silver with grey/black interior,
$14,000.00
great condition, AC, leather seats, CD,
power windows and locks
Tel: 393-6481 Cell: 423-3081


TRIB #266
1992 SC 400
Black with tan interior,
2 door, with 20" rims andset.
$8, 500.00
Tel: 392-0384
Cell: 636-0049


1997 FORD EXPLORER
BLACK WITH GREY INTERIOR
$6,000.00 ONO
GOOD CONDITION, ONE DRIVER, AC,
TEL: 392-1160
CELL: 427-1224 OR 341-7014


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
"reduced to $8,000.00"
Contact Jason: 325-5335/9 or 393-6627








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1999 MISSAN MAXIMA
Champagne colour, Learner interior,
alarm system, 20" chrome rims.
$8,000.00
Excellent condition. Serious inquiries only
Tel: 323-0852
Cell: 455-4062








ITRIB #270
1997 SATURN SLI
White with black interior, 4 door
$4.000.00 OBO
Clean in and out, Just like new,
35,000 miles. AC/tape/radio.
Tel: 557-9573 Cell: 544-6893


TRIB #248
2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER ES
White with grey interior, Clean and very good on
gas, low mileage, Automatic, CD player,
4 door and fully powered.
$10,800.00 ONO
Tel: 393-3537 Cell: 426-8605.


TRIB #250
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA
3.5 V6 Maxima engine,
Silver with black interior
$18,500.00 ONO
low mHeage CD player,
power everything,
viper alarm 18" rims,
Tel: 393-8630 cell: 457-1941


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TRIB #276
1999 NISSAN MAXIMA
Green with grey interior,
$7,000.00
Fully loaded, run's great,
very very clean in and out.
Must see to appreciate.
Serious inquiries only please.
STel: 356-2154/ Cell; 424-4345


1994 DODGE RAM
White withgrey interior
$5,000.00 ONO
Owner leaving Island, Must sell AC, CD
player, power windows, dual exhaust.
Tel: 636-5013


TRIB 4154
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

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TRIB #282
FORD F-150
White with black leather interior
$11,500.00
Double cab, mint condition, only 49,000 miles.
Also comes with pioneer flip out DVD, CD unit,
a camper top, good for storage,
Just like brand new. Prime Cars Auto.
Tel: 356-3953
Cell: 457-2791 or 525-7403.


S2005.O ,IRUS.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: 424-3279( anytime)


1995 NISSAN BLUEBIRD
Blue with black/grey interior
$3, 000.00
Very clean, running good, ready to go.
AC. CD. player
Tel: 341-8109
Cell: 454-3859 or 426-6610


rRIB #274
2003 NISSAN 350 Z COUPE
Black beauty, like new, only 7500 miles.
Never been hit. Leather interior,
6 disc bose CD player/tape.
Power everything.
Call for price.
302-3910 days, 364-4895 eve.


1999 FORD F-150
white with grey interior, Pick up longbed
$11,000.00
AC, CD, V6 engine, bedliner. No damage,
Very good running work truck.
Tel: 341-5342 Cell: 457-3963


1999 CHEVY LUMINA
LS 3.4
Black with grey interior
$7,900.00 OBO
Tel: 436-2085 or 361-1066
Serious inquiries only.


TRIB #280
1999 ISUZU RODEO 4x4
Pearl white with grey interior
$13,500.00 ONO
Just in from the states, Fully loaded. CD player,
AC, Power everything, Beautiful car.
...- .Tel:-354-761T .- -----


1998 HONDA ACCORD
Red with beige interior
2 door coupe
$6,500.00
Tel: 395-3295
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1998 CHEVY MONZA
Green with grey interior.
Asking $2,000.00 ONO
SL -------. -Sold as is. .......
Phone 556-8186


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1998 WRANGLER JEEP 4x4
Green with tan interior
$15,000.00 ONO
Just in from the states, 5 speed, soft top,
CD player, AC, Sweet ride
Tel: 364-7611



















1997 FORD MERCURY SABLES, 3.0.V6
Silver with grey/leather interior, low mileage,
37,000 power lock, power windows, automatic
transmission, Very clean, running good really
to go. AC, power steering, one owner
$5,500.00
Tel: 323-4341 Cell: 558-8700










TRIB #298
JUST ARRIVED 1998 TOYOTA CELICA
like new, white with grey interior, very clean
loaded, AM/FM, Cassette, CD changer, new
battery, license & inspected to Nov 2006,
Must see, a steal.
$8,500.00
Tel: 356-3922 or 357-4753


2004 CBR 600 RR,
never crashed, one owner,
house kept, $6,500,
Call: 557-0856


TRIB #151
1992 YAMAHA SECA II, RED
$2,000.OOONO
Street motorbike, 6 speed, clean, one owner
Tel: 324-3140 Cell: 557-9877


1996 HONDA ACCORD
Red with grey interior, Standard shift,
power everything, CD, power,
$4,500.00 ONO
Tel: 636-0734
Cell: 535-4227


2003 YAMAHA R1/1000
Silver & black
$4,800.00 ONO
Runs good, in good condition, brand new tires.
Has a high rise micron exhast
Tel: 362-1513 Cell: 422-4359 or 565-3598







TR.3 #139
1992 DEFENDER 70FT x 20FT WIDE
FISHING BOAT
White/blue, twin GM 871,
20 HW generator, 5000 gallons diesel,
1000 gallon gas, water maker, AC, 40,000 Ibs
freezer, sleep 14, with lots of room,
Ask for Kent Minnis or Shawn
Tel: 337-3014
or
357-1255
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1997 POINTIAC GRAND AM GT
White with grey interior, mint condition, sports car only
44,000 miles. See to appreciate price cannot be
beaten, looks new, smell new, JVC, CD player, only
$4,500.00 Stick shift.
Prime Cars Auto sales
We bring in vechile from the auction
Tel: 457-2791/356-3953 or 525-7403


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


26" Magnum,
turn key condition,
2 150 Yahama,
$14,000 OBO,
Call: 357-3545
* -s 'I .t r *


2005/06 HONDA 650 XL
Red and white Motor bike
$9,500.00 or nearest offer.
Tel: 357-3404


29' Aero-Tek,
red & white exterior, powered by Twin 200hp
Mercury's on Aluminum Bracket, bullet lower
units, needs interior seating, $13,500,
will also accept trades
Call: Mike @ 422-5475 to view


18 ft COBIA OPEN FISH
$2,000.00 OBO
26ft 4 WHEEL FLOAT ON TRAILER
$2000.00 OBO
PH,364-8218' LL,4 5, 8


White with black interior '
$7500.00 ONO
Air conditioning, power steering, power
windows, power mirrors, central locking,
air bags, 5 seats.
Tel: 356-5534 cell: 565-6091


-1997 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold with tan leather interior
$6,000.00 OBO
Excellent condition, AC, power everything,
sunroof, 18" chrome lexani rims, well kept
Tel: 392-2056
Cell: 423-6960 or 394-8145/6


TRIB #285


1995 HONDA CIVIC
Bubble- back, Silver with black interior.
$6,300.00 OBO.
CD player, 15 inch alloy rims, AC, power
locks and windows, standard shift,
Excellent condition. Must sell, owner
leaving island.
Serious inquiries only (minor tints)
Tel: 565-4220


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


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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














BBF #605
ATTENTION RETAILERS
New 10 in one multi-tool set, stainless steel with
a Belt Holsten Approx. 90 in stock
$500 for the lot, Call: 422-5475


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


IB N256
ANTIQUE MARBLE TABLE TOP
2000 years old, 1204-1503 BC, Value more than
$40,000,000. US dollars. Will except best offer
starting from $10,000.000 if you purchase now
Tel: 544-1554/565-9524 or 456-2191


TRIB #224

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

Call: Ken @324-8880/359-0888


TRIHB #237


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TRIB #262B


RIDING LAWN
MOWER
30" Cut 12HP
briggs and stratton
engine like new.
Cost $1800.00
Your price
$899.00 ONO


Tel: 362-6040


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


BBF #552
Karat Kabinets,
solid wood cabinets, kitchen & entertainment
centers, old fashion kitchens modem.crown
molding, ceilings, & interior designs, any color,
oak, mahogany pickle...
Call: 324-2086 or 636-9776


rRIB #156 D.A CELLULAR
Razor @ $375.00
Nokia 6102 @ $330.00
Coming soon, motorola SLVR
motorala PEBL
Nokia 8801
Contact 424-5445


ISLAND UPGRADES
Fast computers starting
$899.00.
System with flat panel
$1099.00

Tel: 424-4140 or
islandupgrades@gmail.com
www.islandupgrades.com


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Tel: 363-0373
Cell: 427-0154


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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-t71-9-.daytime


Tel: 362-6040


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3 WHEEL CHAIR SCOOTERS
FROM $799.00
TEL: 362-6040:


PITTBULL PUPPIES
FOR SALE
4 months old, had shots.
For more information
'Call 302-8473
TRIB #269


NUT MED
Pain Relieving spray,
Eliminates pain due to arthritis,
Inflamation of joints;
muscular pain,
back pains andcramps.
Now available at
Centerville Pharmacy,.
Cole Thompson
Pharmacy
(Bay & Charlotte)
Noble Convenience Store,
Kaja Cuts
Call: 356-2107 for further details.


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


PAYL


TRIB #272


SHIT-ZU PUPPIES
FIRST SHOTS,
9 WEEKS
TEL: 324-4407
CELL: 359-1755


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Hewlett Packard LaserJet 5000n Printer
fast. high-quality monochrome printouts.
.. And with theability to print from
: 3x5-inch to full-bleed
S. 11xi7-inch images

S .. Tel: 422-5499


BRAND NEW
MOTOROLA V980
Camera and video phone,
Sells retail for
$375.00
I am only asking
$260.00
Price cannot be beat.

Tel: 457-2791
or
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BRAND NEW
2005 WHIRPOOL
18 cubic ft
refrigerator, black
$900.00
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REAL ESTATE
2.2 ACRES
PRIME COMMERCIAL LAND
w/300+ ft on main road
Carmichael & Blue Hill Comer 2
mil (negotiable)
*Duplex Lot 60x100 (new
gated community)
infrastructure few days
remaining @ $80,000($4,000
Down).
* Three onebed Units, 4-plex
Lot, 50x130, Carmichael Rd
West. Priced for quick sale @
$198,000.
* 3-bed/2-bath House, Rocky
Pine Rd. Elec gate, excellent
cond.
Gino, 457-1326,
364-7548(eve) Kings Realty.


tpantation Reatj,


#179 East Street, 1 Block
North of Windsor Park

5% DOWN
House Packages
2 bed, 1 bath, $5,700.00 Down
2 bed, 2 bath, $6,700.00 Down
3 bed, 1 bath, $7,300.00 down
3 bed, 2 bath, $8,500.00 down
4 bed, 2 bath, $9,600.00 Down
Multi-Family Packages
Duplex $9,500.00 Down
Triplex $15,600.00 down
Town Houses $18,000 Down
All our packages are equipped
with:
Central air, ceramic tiles,
carpet in bedrooms, washer/
dryer, fire extinguisher,
burglar bars/alarm system
Fast In-House Financing
Call: 380-LOAN (24-HRS) 5626

COME INTO YOUR SEASON
IN 2006
Tired of paying rent and you
want to own your home But you
are afraid of all the stuff you
heard about the construction
industry.
Then give us call we will give
you the truth and nothing but
the truth.. Our packages our
affordable and attainable.
For only /5% Down.
2-bed, 2-bath, $100,000.00.
3-bed, 2-bath, $120,000.00.
DUPLEX
2-bed, 1-bath $155,000.00.
TRIPLEX
2-bed, 1-bath $185,000.00
YOUR DREAM IS ONLY A
PHONE CALL AWAY.
TEL 394-8568/436-8159.

WANTED
TO BUY
INC QPLT E LDIJ GS
NASSAU. 424-7225.


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REAL ESTATE


FOR SALE
Single-family Lots
#204 South Seas, Bacardi
Road New residential
subdivision with boardwalks, a
marina, canal, nature/jogging
trails 8,995 sq ft $80,000.00
#511 South Ocean Estates
- New residential subdivision
on South Ocean Boulevard -
11,700 sq. ft. $89,500.00
#57 Twin Lakes, Westridge
-100 x 140 $150,000.00
#816 Coral Waterways Bulk
headed canal front lot, ideal for
boat owner, 70 x 135 -
$170,000.00
#234 Cable Beach 80 x 90
lot in a gated community, rare
opportunity $270,000.00
#128 Sea Breeze Canal
front lot, 0.50 acre
$295,000.00
Multi-family Lots
#240 -Boatswain Hill west,
off Carmichael Road 100 x
74 in a small gated subdivision
- $72,000.00
#830 Off Harrold Road -
Hilltop multi-family lot 7,850
square feet -$118,000.00
#129 Dawn Subdivision, off
Blueberry Hill Road 50 x 147
- $65,000.00
Acreage
West Bay Street 5 acres -
$3,000,000.00
#746 Bernard Road 0.98
acre $365,000.00
#248 Blake Road 2.4 acres
-$1,300,000.00
Houses
#239 Coral Harbour -1
bedroom bungalow, fully
furnished- $125,000.00
#236 Sunset Park Well
kept, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bath
house, laundry room, office -
$185,000.00
#244 Garden Hill Estates -
Spacious, hilltop home with 2
bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms,
room for addition, enclosed
back patio $210,000.00
#250 Prince Charles Drive -
3 bedroom, 2 bath house with
two apartments, ideal for
commercial conversion
$295,000.00
#208 West Bay Street -
Charming house, 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, Bahama room, lots of
character, 1 bedroom cottage
also on property, easy walking
distance,. to the beach -
$411,000.00
TO VIEW THE ABOVE
LISTINGS AND MORE -
www.paulritchierealestate.com

FOR SALE
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
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T: 43490004,323-36.
T L: 434-9004,323-7369.


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Lots
Off Bernard Rd. Duplex lot
60 x 100. $60,000
Port New Providence- Lg.
resd. lot. $485,000.
Off Eastern Rd. 13,000 sq.ft. in
cul de sac. $180,000.
Lyford Cay- 20,000 sq.ft. lot
$498,000.
Houses
Off Mt. Royal Ave. Ideal for
commercial conversion.
Vandalized concrete home & 2
bed wooden rental house on 50
x 100 lot. $80,000.
Hillcrest Towers 2 bed, 2 bath
penthouse with study.
Gorgeous views. Asking
$229,000.
Blair Estates- 3,900 sq.ft. 3
bed, 3 bath with study, fam. rm.
& double garage. Cedar lined
closets & storage/tool rooms on
2 lots 200 x 150.
$599,000.
Brace Ridge Split level 4
bed, 2.5 bath 2700 sq.ft. home.
Pool & generator. $595,000.
Camperdown-Renovated
3,000- sq.ft. hillside 4 bed, 3
bath home with workroom & Ig.
patio. $499,000.
Coral Harbour canal 2500
sq.ft. 4 bed, 3 bath. Central
A/C. $695,000.
Woodland Rd. Corner lot
100 x 100 with 4 bed, 3 bath
2600 sq.ft. hm. .
Central a/c. $410,000.
Fam. Islands
Long Island- Salt Pond. Resd.
Lot 100 x 130. $30,000.
Hamilton's Resd. Lot 100 x
270. $30,000.
Exuma- 1.4 acres beachfront
property. $485,000.
Abaco. Treasure Cay. 1/2 acre
canal lot. $395,000 O.N.O.
Blue Sky Real Estate at
394-1664

ELIZABETH ESTATES,
3 bedroom House with
enclosed yard,
Only 110,000. $5,500 down.
Tel:Troplcal Realty, 327-1102.
OCEAN BEACH FRONT
LAND. ALL UTILITIES.
AT DELAPORTE.
OVER 14,000 SQ FT. CALL
702-896-7033, 740-549-2315
FREEPORT PROPERTY
FOR SALE
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1 TEL 242-558-8909.


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ERA,
DUPUiC S!4Sa txE
VACANT LOTS
3530 Ocean Club Estates:
This hard-to-find gem can
transform your dream of a
beachfront estate in the
Bahamas into reality.
Owner as the opportunity to
build a personalized paradise
from the ground up and take
advantage of the fine qualities
of this special property. This
pristine parcel delivers almost
41,000 sq. ft. of potential and
boasts 219 feet of magnificent
beach frontage. Being Sold At
USD $4,500,000.00 -
3524 Gladstone Road: 4.829
commercial acreage, great
investment. $1,500,000.
3525 Rose Island: Secluded
boasting 100' of beach and the
highest elevations on Rose
Island. Up to 60' above sea
level! Spectacular views. Sea to
sea lots. Lots Starting at
$300,000
3345 Lyford Cay: Private
estate lot offers its own privacy
as well as having the security of
being in a prestigious and
gated community.
dimensions 306.37 (BACK) x
434.38 (WEST) x 349.49.
(EAST) $910,000.
3523 Lyford Cay: Vacant
parcel measuring 22500 sq. ft.
(150x150), elevated lot that
stretches from road to road.
$625,000.
3513 Blair: Vacant lot in safe
and secure community (10200
sq. ft.), centrally located.
$350,000.
3510 Yamacraw: Residential
lot (20000 sq. ft.) situated on
the eastern end of the island
boasting views of the sea.
$364,000
3513 Blair: Centrally lo.:ated
vacant lot in secure community.
10,200 sq. ft. $350,000.
3420 Sandyport: Vacant
properties (5887 sq. ft.)
detailing 65' of canal frontage, 2
lots sold together as 1 big lot.
$275,000.
3451 Blair: Hilltop
property10000 sq. ft., prime
building lot in a highly desirable
area. $238,000.
3284 Love Beach: 1 acre lot,
spectacular views, come build
your dream home and live the
lifestyle. $280,000.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
(242) 394-1494
Fax,(r24e m4.%, 45h
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LOTS FOR SALE
INDIGO SUBD West 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 Bay St, gated
community, with pools,
playground, etc. 3 bed, 3.5 bath
new condos w/covered parking
custom cabinet with granite
counter tops.
$470,000/$500,000.
STANFORD DR, 3 bed, 3.5
bath, fully furn, new town
house, with large pool, stand by
generator, very tasteful, price
reduced to $350,000. Rental
$3,500/pm.
SEA BEACH ESTS, West Bay
St, 2 bed, 1 bath fum, Apt
$175,000.
FARMER'S HILL, EXUMA, 1
acre of elevated land with
unobstructed beautiful ocean
views, $300,000.
FOREIGN BUYERS WHO
INVEST $500,000
automatically,. qualify for
permanent residence status.
Contact: Mr Wells at
Tropical Realty 327-1102.


4-BED, 1-BATH HOUSE.
BALLS ALLEY, Off Shirley St.
Property: 50'X130' Fenced-in.
Being lived-in. $55,000 NET.
364-4612.

TREASURE COVE
One of a kind Eleuthra Model,
beach front house,
upgrade construction,
special concrete drive way,
updated kitchen, laundry tray,
high end tiles in dining,
kitchen and laundry area
including bathrooms.
Carpet in 3 bedrooms,
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NASSAU CONDOS
#NS06001 Love Beach
Walk: Newly completed, .3
bedroom, 3 bath beachfront
penthouse. $750,000
#NS 6000 Cable Beach:
Lovely 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath:
condo. $265,000
#NS05943 Caves Point:
Beautifully furnished, 3
bedroom, 3 bath condo with
spectacular sea Views in, a
gated beachfront community.
775,000
#NS05968 Montagu Villas:
Two story, renovated condo'
with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath in
a gated community with pool.
$185,000
#3426 Cloisters, Paradise
Island: Exquisite 2 and 3
bedroom condos and a 4
bedroom penthouse
overlooking the harbour with
pool. Starting at $745,000
#NS05936 Leeward East:
Newly redecorated, 3 bedroom,
2 bath condo in a secure
complex. $307,000 -;' -
#NS05946 Seapointe, Port
New Providence: Well
maintained, 3 bedroom, 2.5
bath townhouse. $450,000
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today at
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FOR SALE
2-BED, 2.5 BATH,
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PRIVATE PATIO, POOL,
GATED COMMUNITY, POOL.
VERY QUIET, LIKE NEW.
$285,000. CALL 359-0918.

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Realty
HOMES/APARTMENTS
0291 CORAL HARBOUR:
Large 5bed/3.5bath home on 2
Canal lots Zoned multi-family.
Has 2bed/lbath guest cottage,
pool, dock, workshop and
rainwater tank. All this for only
$650,000..
0280 DODGE RD: Recently
renovated 4bed-3bath,hillside
home, tiled floors, custom
kitchen, spacious deck, and
3car carport.....$579,000.
0281 CORAL HARBOUR:
4bed-3bath house on large
canal lot; 100 x 130, pool,
$370,000
0282 CORAL HARBOUR:
Bailey Dr, 3bed- 2bath home
with pool, on the canal,lot
80x110.....$420,000.
0113 CORAL HARBOUR:
Executive home, brand new
featuring 4bed-3bath, tiled and
carpet floors, custom kitchen
and new appliances, one car
garage 2- A/C units....
$385,000.
0283 CORAL LAKES: year
old 4bed- 2.5bath Home, 3,000
sq. ft. ofliving space,
beautifully designed -custom
kitchen, large rooms, and 2 car
garage, 2 A/C units....
350,000.
0285 APARTMENT COMP-
LEX: Great investment
opponuniry. Sund apartment
complex featuring four 2bed -
1bath, three 10oe- bath and 1
3bed- - 2bath, always
rented .$520,000.
0286 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canal front home, 4bed -3bath
split level family home, pool,
garage, cement dock, fully
enclosed lot. $465,000.
0287 CULBERTS HILL:
Executive home with 3bed -
3bath, pool and guest quarters,
marble floors, study ,large
master suite with Jacuzzi, 2car
garage, $790,000.
0288 CORAL HARBOUR: 4
Commercial buildings with 5
apartments, on the canal, great
investment.....$450,000.
0300 YAMACRAW: 3bed-
2bath home with attached
bed-1 bath apartment, good
condition. $230,000.
0301 PINEWOOD: 3bed-
2bath home in excellent
condition. A must see! Only
$169,000.
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Realty
VAANT LAND
0290 SOUTH OCEAN: New
gated subdivision selling large
lots, 100x120, starting at
$89,000.
0222 WEST WINDS: New
gated community in love beach
lots available......$95,000.00
0220 CORAL HARBOUR:
Residential single and multi-
family lots starting at...
.$76,000.
0250 EXUMA- HOOPERS
BAY: 6 acres elevated with
470 ft.of waterfront.$500,000.
0132 EXUMA: 58 acres near
Tar Bay and Moss Town.
$2.5million.
0302 CORAL HARBOUR:
Single-family residential lot,
80x 10. $95,000.
0303 EXUMA: Gorgeous
Beachfront Lot on little Exuma,
18,000sqft with
125ft of white sandy Beach.
$595,000.
Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288


Since 1922
www.HGChristle.com
NASSAU LOTS
#NS06025 off JFK Drive: 2
acre commercial tract ideal for
a business or warehouse.
$740,000
#NS06004 Port New
Providence: 21,060 sq. ft.
wooded canal front lot with all
utilities and private dock.
$457,000
#5811 Twynam Heights: 90'
x 100' home site. $95,000
#NS05921 Coral Heights:
Two 80' x 110' home sites.
$99,000 each.
#NS05987 off Harold Road:
Two adjacent 50' x 113' lots.
$105,000
#NS05948 Westridge
Estates: 120' x 400' residential
lot. $285,000
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CURTIS
THOMPSON

Tropical Gardens comer site
triplex lot, 60'xl 00, $125,000
4.829 acres Gladstone &
Carmichael Rds. $1,500,000.
Oakes Field 1 acre site with
large building, $1,500,000.
4 acres beachfront Deals Long
Island, $300,000.
Love Estates beachront 1.58
acres, $1,650,000.
Thompson Boulevard 1.13
acres, 282.80x199.16,
$545,000.
Oakes Field commercial lot
100'x540', $540,370
Faith Gardens commercial lots
20,053sq ft, $240,636.
Cow Pen Road area 6,692 sq
ft, $68,000.
West Winds duplex lots almost
all gone starting at $95,000.
West Place 110'x223',
$225,000.
Yamacraw Hill Road 95'x200'
Multi-family lots, $225,000.
St Albans Drive 80'x74.61
(5,455sq ft) $95,000.
Fox Hill Road 110'x150',
commercial site, $225,000.
Black Beards Tower 10,706sq
ft lot, $157,300.
Hardlnasville North West
Bidge 100'x1130', $175,000.
South Ocean Estates duplex
site 100'x117', $105,000.
Charlotteville residential lots
60'x130', starting at $92,000.
Tropical Gardens lot 6,500 sq
ft ideal for triplex, $95,000.
Winton Heights hilltop lot
125'x125', $130,000.
Polhemus Gardens
commercial site 70'x110',
$75,000.
Nassau Gardens Multi-family
84'x112', $80,000.
Jacaranda gated community
1/4 acre site, $115,000.
Old Fort Bay (Venetian Lots)
75'xl 11', (8,243sq ft) $525,000.
Last commercial site in Airport
Industrial Park 27,563 sq ft
$142,734.
Multi-family site near St Anne's
School. 50'x150', $80,000.
Paradise Island 1 acre site
Multi-family, $3,850,000.
Sandyport waterfront lots
6,442 sq ft, $300,000.
South Ocean Estates Single-
family, $89,500.
West Place 100'x150',
$150,000.
Eleuthera Island in Hut Point.
water front, 4 acres, $150,000.
St Albans Drive 1.82 acres,
$385,000.
Beachfront lots Driggs Hill
Andros ,115'x177', $59,650.
Estate lots Driaas Hill. 1.41
acres, $50,500.
Blue Water Cay. waterfront
lots 11,566 sq ft, $255,000.
Harrold Road lot 27,583 sq ft -
call for price.
Nassau village 6,590sq ft
$50,000.
St Andrews Estates
Subdivision 12,992sq ft,
$125,000.
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CURTIS
THOMPSON
Winton Heights 23,754sq ft,
$150,000.
Domingo Beach Estates.
8,569 sq ft, $125,000.
Caribbean Gardens, lot
8,514sq ft, $77,000.
CURTIS THOMPSON
REAL ESTATE
Phone 326-1514, 356-6484
(evenings 323-8408)
E-mail address:
curtls@coralwave.com.







FOR SALE
PRESTIGIOUS
BLAIR ESTATE HOME
#42 Richmond Ave
4 BED, 2 1/2 BATH,
Open Kitchen with large eating
area and family room. Formal
living and dining rooms with
separate laundry room and
study/bonus room. 2-car
covered carport. Large back
yard with assorted fruit bearing
trees.
Asking Price $550,000.
SHOWN BY APPT ONLY
Call 477-6910, or393-2104.
TROPICAL HOME
DESIGNS
CONSTRUCTION
CO
AFFORDABLE HOUSE AND
LOT PACKAGES FOR ONLY
5% DOWN.
2 BED, 2 BATH $90,000
3 BED, 2 BATH, $120,000
DUPLEX, 2 BED, 1 BATH
$155,000
TRIPLEX 2 BED, 1 BATH
$185,000.00
IN SUCH AREAS:
-CARMICHAEL RD
-COWPEN RD
-SOUTH BEACH,
-CORAL VISTA
-KOOL ACRES
-PRINCE CHARLES AND
MANY MORE
COME IN TODAY AND LET
US MAKE YOUR DREAM
A REALITY.
TEL 323-0546, 326-5468
Eve 323-2666.
FOR SALE OR RENT
SANDYPORT-. Beach Lane
Fully fumished 3-bed, 3-bath
penthouse Apt with beautiful
views of the canal and ocean,
central air, front and rear
porches, office facilities, boat
dock, beach, pool tennis courts
and 24-hr sec .Sale $425,000.
Rent $3,500/pm.
Telephone 327-8135
FOUR UNIT TOWNHOUSE
For Sale by Owner Cowpen
Rd. $525,000. ono.
SMust seejalpptpj(e vij|
Phone 422-?3%ES gOROs.
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REAL ESTATE

www.grahamrealestate.com
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.
#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
#556 Ocean Club Estates -
Brand new, 4 bed, 4 1/2 bath
breathtaking home w/
panoramic views of the 18-hole,
championship Ocean Club Golf
Course. Infinity pool, hurricane
proof windows and a fully
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
#1895 Chertsey, Cable
Beach, 1 floor, 2 bed, 2 bath,
spacious condo. Great location
on Cable Beach. Lovely pool
deck which overlooks the
ocean $279,000
#1775 Pilot House, 1 bed 1
bath condo is located near
down town. Views of Nassau
Harbour. Fully fumished. 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. $318,000
#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
#1735 Harbour Breeze,
Paradise Island 3 bed, 3 bath
stylish harbour front condo.
Stunning views of the harbour.
Tasteful & pristine, this
luxurious condo must be seen
$1,445,000 o I|,L -.,
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CONDOS
#1730 Royall Beach Estates
Condo at South Ocean -
Luxury 2 bed 2 bath oceanfront
condo. Spacious & tastefully
decorated. Fully furnished.
Family island feel $485,000
#1856 Sandyport 3 bed, 3
bath condo. Third floor w/ sea
views from bedroom, living area
& terrace. Spacious & airy.
Being sold fumished $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 Hardlngsvllle. Thinking
about constructing a block of
condos 1/2 Hardingsville might
make an ideal location.13
available lots ranging from 12,
963 sq. ft. to 17,914 sq ft. w/
prices ranging between
$179,000 & peaking at
$215,000 (plus buyer's legal
fees and 4% stamp tax).
#509 East Shirley St. Located
next to Harbour Bay Shopping
Centre, accessible from 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, northem side
of Windsor Field Rd. These lots
are an excellent price for
location nr. Lyford Cay & Old
Fort. Staring at $90,000
Rentals
#1902 Eastern Rd, 1 bed, 1
bath, efficiency. Situated on an
Eastem Rd estate this
immaculate rental boasts
gorgeous ocean views.
1,500p/m
#580 Eastern Rd, 3 bed, 2
bath cottage, located on a
gated beachfront estate. Use of
dock & beach, w/ lovely ocean
views. $3,500p/m
Graham Real Estate
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COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS &
LOTS:
OAKES FIELD:#994 Excellent
location for any commercial
venture, this 23,700 s/ft multi-
level 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 modem
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,
tenlnis 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
gated 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.
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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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P. EALTY

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

PERPALL TRACT 80X100
RESIDENTIAL LOTS,
ONLY $70,000 WITH $3,500
DOWN. FEW LOTS REMAIN!
PHONE NOW MR WELLS @
TROPICAL REALTY,
327-1102.

LOTS FOR SALE BY OWNER
Blue Hill Road, First Street
1 Lot 50'x150'
1 Lot 124'x34'
$380,000 For both
St James Road, Abraham St
79'x61' $30,000
Edroy Roker, 558-5655(Cell)
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REAL ESTATE






ERA'
Ot'PUCH REALr STATE
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HOMES/APARTMENTS/
CONDOMINIUMS/
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
3527 Port New Providence:
Spacious and well maintained 4
bed furnished home detailing
wooden flooring downstairs,
carpet flooring and roll down
shutters on the windows
upstairs, 4 central air
conditioning units and an alarm
system. Being Sold at:
US$1,800,000.00
3511 Eastern Road: Hilltop
three storey 4 bed, 4 bath
home enjoy beautiful ocean
views, 18000 gallon swimming
pool, Jacuzzi and spacious
living areas.$1,175,000.
3503 Blair: Well constructed 3
bed 3.5 bath spacious home on
double lot almost 3/4 acre in
size, tile floors, large living
area, landscaped grounds,
insulated ceilings, air
conditioning, double garage,
shutters and 2 storage
buildings. $599,000.
3535 East Bay St: Multi-level 3
bed home located on East Bay
Street detailing comfortable
living spaces and perfect
location for boaters. Other
features include dock with boat
lift, 20KW generator, electric
roll down hurricane shutters
and a game room with pool
table. $4,950,000.
3508 Cable Beach: Spacious
and tastefully furnished 3 bed,
2.5 bath home, open living and
dining areas, lovely front room
and breakfast nook, air
conditioning units and a
separate 1 bed, 1 bath cottage
with a kitchenette. $411,000.
3476 Gleniston Gardens:
Newly built 3 bed, 2 bath home,
ceiling fans, A/C in master
bedroom, patio area and some
minor addition needed.
$260,000.
3279 Oakes Field: Rental
property ideally situated. Its
rental history reads ALWAYS
RENTED NO VACANCIES.
Comprised of a one-acre lot
that has 9 buildings totaling 20
rental units, all in excellent
condition. $995,000.
3399 Winton: Majestic 3 bed,
2.5 bath home featuring large
open floor plans, split-levels
and high ceilings. Fabulous
pool an entertainers delight,
fully automatic standby
generator and large landscaped
grounds. $550,000.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or (242)
394-1494
Fax: (242) 394-1453


REAL ESTATE






ERA
DUPUU REAL ESTATE
3396 Coral Harbour: Quaint
starter 2 bed, 2 bath home, tile
floors, -central air, fully
equipped and furnished.
$200,000.
3512 Yamacraw: 3 bed, 2 bath
home up to belt-course, plans
are included. Building size 1600
sq. ft. $128,000.
3534 Coral Harbour:
Canalfront villa detailing
fantastic canal views. Great for
a weekend away retreat or for
anyone who enjoys quiet.
$125,000.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or (242)
394-1494
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com

DUPLEX IN LITTLE BLAIR
2bed, bath each side Rare
Find. $295,000.
5bed, 3bath House, GROVE
OF WEST BAY, Landscaped
with pool, Won't last. $450,000.
Brand new Home 'in Indigo
Subdivision, WEST BAY ST.
Excellent construction and
finish, $475,000. '.
LOTS :
LOVE BEACH': 1.7 acres
across from beach. Owner
wants to move this lot!! ,You
cannot beat this price $435,000
WEST WINDS-DuplIex and
residential Lots..Selling fast I:
$80,000. :-
CHARLOTTE VILLE, Fantastic
new gated community near Old
Fort, Lots of community
amenities. These prices are a
bargain for a luxury
development! -Starting at
$89,000.
For all your real estate needs
contact Gregg White,
456-8771, 327-1270.

WANTED
URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/
3-plexes Apartments
Commercial
Properties
We buy and Sell

Please call Ludec
393-1183 or
557-3225 anytime.


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BAHAMAS
R E A L T Y

RESIDENTIAL
ABACO! Large property
totaling 10,051 SF in quiet
community located on the
southern end of Lubbers
Quarters on a cul-de-sac within
walking distance to beach and
marina.Web Ref: 7316. Price:
$48,000
BLAIR ESTATES! Hard to find
residential corner lot in popular
community containing 10,639
SF. Web Ref: 9927. Price:
$195,000
PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!
Lovely family neighbourhood.
Can front lot in private gated
community. Tennis, beach, 24-
hr. secunty. Web Ref: 9431.
Price: $495,000
CORAL WATERWAYS! Two
canal front lots with 116 feet of
concrete bulkhead. Fenced in
with a wooden dock, partially
above ground pool, a two-
storey building and a storage
shed. Web Ref: 10089. Price:
$520,000
LYFORD CAYI Large wooded
comer lot in exclusive
community. Web Ref: 9637.
Price: $610,000
PARADISE ISLAND Luxury
3bd/2bt 2nd floor condo in
excellent condition located on
the harbour with a swimming
pool. Features include balcony,
an open floor plan, upscale
finishes, central a/c, laundry &
spacious rooms. Beautifully
fumished. Web Ref: 9354.
Price: $695,000
BAYROC! 3bd/3.5bt sixth-floor
condo in gated community
which boasts 7 acres of island
living, including sandy beaches,
lagoon-style pool, ocean views
& well-manicured grounds.
Amenities include 24-hour
security, 900 SF wrap-around
terrace, hurricane-proof
windows, granite and marble
countertops and walk-in
closets. Web Ref. 9920. Price:
$975,000
EAST BAY STI Beautiful
Bahamian home located on
Nassau Harbour with fantastic
views, dockage and privacy.
This "like new home offers lots
of entertainment spaces. There
is a formal dining room, custom
built kitchen with nook, family
room and recreation room.
Windows are hurricane
resistant and have roll-down
shutters. In addition, there is a
pool and gazebo on the
harbour. Many extras. Web
Ref: 10062. Price: $4.95M
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs


REAL ESTATE






BAHAMAS
R E A L T Y
EST. 189
RENTALS
WESTWARD VILLAS!
Spacious 2bd/2.5bt townhouse
situated in a gated community.
Amenities include a private
patio, washer/dryer, ceiling
fans, central air and a balcony.
Offered unfurnished. Web Ref:
9917. Price: $1,500 plm
COMPASS POINT Lovely
lbd/lbt condo with incredible
ocean views. Features include
on-site laundry facilities and a
pool. In turnkey condition.
mental price includes water.
Web Ref: 6221. Price: $1,300
p/m
CABLE BEACH! Spacious
2bd/2bt condo located in a
quiet community. Attractive
ground floor end unit offers
ocean and pool views. Private
patio, central a/c and functional
floor plan. Offered furnished.
Web Ref: 10070. Price: $2,000
plm
PROSPECT RIDGE
Beautifully maintained
2bd/2.5bt furnished townhouse
is located in a gated property
on Sandford Drive. Modern
kitchen features a dishwasher
and microwave oven. Other
features include washer/dryer,
central a/c, pool, private
balcony & large back patio.
Web Ref: 10067. Price: $2,200
p/m
THE GROVE! 2bd/2.5bt condo
in quiet residential gated
property with vaulted ceilings in
living/dining room, attractive
back patio, central air,
washer/dryer, close to beaches
& shopping. Web Reft: 9477.
Price: $2,400 p/m
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: 10159. Price: $3,000 p/m
PORT NEW PROVIDENCE
2,200 SF, 3-story colonial
waterfront townhouse features
modem kitchen and 3bd/3.5bt
including secluded second floor
master with private balcony &
guest bedroom spanning entire
tird floor. Covered patio
comes complete with
sitting/dining area and stunning
canal views. Web Ref. 7154
Price: $5,000 p/m
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs


REAL ESTATE




PARADISE

Treasure Cove 1200-
Fumished 4 bedroom / 2
bathroom home on culdesac.
Open plan, large master suite,
large covered patio and more!
$370,000 Gross
Westward Villas 1204-
Furnished 1 bedroom / 1.5
bathroom cottage in the heart
of Cable Beach. Features
include custom kitchen, SS
appliances, tile throughout,
large bedroom w/ ensuite bath.
$205,000 Gross
High Vista 1179- Furn. 3/2.5
family home on large, corner
lot. Large kitchen, bonus room,
rear patio and shed. $301,000
Gross
Queen's Street 1188- Prime
location, 4/4 home ripe for
office conversion! Well built but
in need of some TLC. Priced
right at $495,000 Gross
Sear's Road 1187- Furnished
4/3 home ideal for residential or
commercial use. Greal
location, solid and in great
condition! $379,000 Gross
($3,500 per month rent)
Camperdown 1164- Partially
furnished 4/3 on elevated,
enclosed property. Custom
kitchen, top of the line
appliances, newly tiled, custom
moldings and more! Reduced
$475,000
Sandyport 2167- Partially
furnished, 4/3.5 canal front
townhouse with enclosed
Bahama room, spacious patio,
dock and more! $599,000
Ocean Place 2143- Paradise
Island's newest, most exclusive
residence. World class finishes
and amenities! Now taking
reservations. Starting from the
low $800,000's to over 2
million.
-Lots-
Charlotteville- Gated
community in the west. Great
investment opportunity. Lots
starting at $92,900. Don't miss
out!
Marsh Harbour. Abaco
AB4029- 2 large oceanfront
parcels with Sea of Abaco
frontage US$545,000 each
Westridoe North Large Multi
family lots starting at $189,000
Westwinds 6019C- Multi family
lots starting at $80,000
Exclusive Lubber's Quarters.
Abaco 8047-1 lot left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900
For more sales listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
www.paradisebahamas.com


REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES LOT
One ol me few golf lots inat has
TOTALLY
UNOBSTRUCTED views
There is NO OTHER
BUILDING OR LOT
in front obstructing your views
An ELEVATED LOT
giving you PRIVACY from
golfers passing by and no fear
of golf balls going astray
DESIRABLE SOUTH FACING
lot located across from
multi million dollar homes on
the beach
One minute walk to the ONLY
ACCESS TO THE BEACH
if you don't own a beach lot
One minute walk to
NEW BEACH CLUBHOUSE
to be built
Asking Price $1, 500,000
Call 363-2712


BUSINESS
FOR SALE
OWNER RELOCATING
CLOTHING STORE
FOR SALE
Men Urban Wear and Ladies
Clothing
EXCELLENT LOCATION.
GREAT INVESTMENT.
TEL: 364-0085, 525-2193.
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
LANDSCAPING BUSINESS
FOR SALE
Customers, tools, all
equipment, truck, workers, 500
flower plants.
436-6851 (Cell)
323-7859(Office)
RESTAURANT AND BAR.
STILL IN OPERATION. 323-
3520 OR 326-3833.



1-BEDROOM APT Nassau
Village water included. $500
Tel 394-1880 day, or 393-4454
eve.
BEAUTICIAN BOOTH
available for rent, in a very busy
location, must have own
clienele. Phone 322-2736, or
456-4817.
1-BEDROOM FURNISHED.
APT PHONE 392-3210.
1-BEDROOM fully furnished
Apt Out East, $625/mth.
Included. water, cable, A/C,
telephone, covered parking.
Single person only. 394-0051.

BRAND NEW extra spacious
1 bedroom unfurnished
apartment. Foxdale A/C,
C/fans, b/bars, cable, phone,
gated. $650. Tel 364-1761.
1-BEDROOM APT in
Camperdown, elec. & water
included: $1,000/pm, first and
last months rent. 324-5618.


FOR RENT
2-BEDROOM FOR RENT.
YAMACRAW BEACH
TEL 324.5822
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Stapledon Gardens
Frldge, stove, water, end yard
b/bars. $750. Phone 328-2231.
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
WITH FRIDGE AND STOVE.
OFF JOHNSON RD. WATER
INCL. 1ST, LAST & SEC DEP.
PHONE 636-7996.
2-BEDROOM APT for rent, 1st
and last month required plus
sec dep. Sandilands Village.
Phone 394-7949, 37-7938,
361-6828.
2-BEDROOM
SEMI-FURNISHED,
water included. Serious enquire
only Stapledon Gardens.
Contact 323-5106 between,
9am-6pm.
2-BEDROOMS unfurnished
apartment for rent, $750 per
month, incl: water and cable.
No pets. Call 364-7882 from
7am to 11pm.
3 NEWLY BUILT gated 2 bed,
2 1/2 bath Condo Units St
Albans Dr. Cenrla air, alarm &
intercom systems. Semi-
furnished 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-BED, 3 1/2-BATH, SEMI-
FURNISHED OR FURNISHED
NEAR BEACH. SEA BEACH
ESTATE. PHONE 327-4192.
STARTING AT $2,300.
302-2676 OR 364-6921
EAST PARK ESTATE,
OFF PRINCE CHARLES
1 BEDROOM APT,
FURNSIED, WATER, LIGHT,
CABLE, PHONE & GAS.
$700/PM 1st, Last, $500. Sec
4-BEDROOM HOUSE, water
included. $1,000 per month. Tel
364-2795 after 3pm 3:30pm.
A FULLY FURNISHED SMALL
STUDIO EFFICIENCY
APARTMENT. CLEAN QUIET
ENVIRONMENT. AIRC-
ONDITION, PRIVATE
TELEPHONE LINE,
ELECTRICITY, WATER
CABLE TELEVISION ALL
INCLUDED IN RENT. SMALL
REFRIGATOR INCLUDED/
NEED HOT PLATE AND OR
MICROWAVE (NO STOVE
AVAILABLE) FOR ONE
PERSON ONLY. QUIET
MATURED MALE. SORRY NO
KIDS OR PETS. $575 PER
MONTH FIRST/LAST +
SECURITY OF $575.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY
PLEASE CALL 393-3667
FURNISHED, SPACIOUS
TOWNHOUSE in Coral
Harbour 2 bed, 2.5 bath,
washer, dryer, c/air, master bed
& bath wljacuzzi. Balcony
w/ocean views. $1,800 per
month, 1st & last & sec dep.
Call 393-2758, or 554-6613.


FOR RENT
A FULLY FURNISHED SMALL
STUDIO EFFICIENCY
APARTMENT CLEAN QUIET
ENVIRONMENT AIR-
CONDITION, PRIVATE
TELEPHONE LINE,
ELECTRICITY, WATER
CABLE TELEVISION ALL
INCLUDED IN RENT. SMALL
REFRIGERATOR INCLUDED/
NEED HOT PLATE AND OR
MICROWAVE (NO STOVE
AVAILABLE) FOR ONE
PERSON ONLY. QUIET
MATURED MALE. SORRY NO
KIDS OR PETS. $575 PER
MONTH FIRST/LAST +
SECURITY OF $575.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY
PLEASE CALL 393-3667

Apartment for Rent:
Quiet Location Sea Breeze
Estates. Spacious 2 bed 1
bath
Includes: Central Air, Security
Alarm Water, and Basic Cable,
Call- 477-6182 for details
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
ATTRACTIVE furnished two
storey 3 bed, 2 1/2 bath House
in Devonshire Street East,
Cable Beach. Amenities
included: Private entry gate,
burglar bars, central air cond,
ceiling fans, washing and dryer
with pond views $3,250 per
month. First, last and sec dep
$1,500 required water included.
Serious enquires and
appointment to view only. Tel
327-0524, 502-2712, 427-2025.
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.

BACARDI ROAD 2 bed, 1
bath, burglar bars, water and
electricity included, $650pm.
Tel 362-1021.









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BEAUTICIAN & NAIL BRAND NEW EXECUTIVE 1 EASTERN ROAD PAUL RITCH If FURNISHED APARTMENT
TECHBOOTH FOR RENT IN APARTMENT FOR RENT 3 bed 2 bath cottage with with two bedrooms, one
HIGH TRAFFIC AREA. CORAL VISTA, CORAL access to private beach. Air bathroom, living & dining
THESE SERVICES ARE IN HARBOUR. 2-BED, 2-BATHS, 'conditioned, security and cable, rooms, air conditioned, ceiling
GREAT DEMAND FOR HIS WASHER, DRYER, FRIDGE, gas stove fridge and washing fans and security screen.
AREA. $100/pw. STOVE, WATER INCLUDED. machine. $1500 per month Located West Bay Street, Call
Call 364-2819. $1,200 PER MONTH. TEL 422- unfurnished. Phone 324 2035 324-2576 anytime.
SERIOUS PERSONS ONLY. 3486, 392-0473. EFFICIENCY OFF CHARLES REAL ESTATE FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
SANDER HIGHWAY, $140 FOR RENT
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT BRAND NEW one bed 4R2 SAUNDERK. H8HW 10 FOR Q TE INCLUDES ELECT. & WATER,
Shirlea. A/C, light, water & apartment on Marshall Rd PER WEEK. $480 TO MOVE (MONTHLYRATES QUOTED) $125/WK, GRANTS TOWN.
unfurnished $IN. EVERYTHING INCLUDED. $125/WK, GRANTS TOWN.
cable included. $500 per unfurnished $600 and furnished TEL 394-5093 L d East 525-9056.
month. No kids, no pets. $800. Walking distance to the COMING TO ORLANDO TEL394-5093. #700 Leeward Ea 525-9056.
Single male or female. beach. Phone contact 364- Tired of stayingin stuffy hotels. EXCAVATORS RENTAL, Furnished 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, FURNISHED ROOM WITH
Ph 323-3092. 1841, or 326-4660. I have luxurious 4 bed, 3 DAILY, WEEKLY OR HOURLY central air, alarm system, lovely BATH IN PRIVATE HOME.
bathrooms vacation home, CRANE RENTAL, gardens, enclosed backyard LIGHT, WATER AND CABLE
BEAUTIFUL 2-bed, 1-bathApt 1-BEDROOM semi-furn, living, dining, den, swimming DAILY WEEKLYOR HOURLY. $1,100.00 INCLUDED. $135 PER WEEK.
ON SOLDIER RD WITH refrigerator & stove, water & poo. Near airport, Disney, FI TEL 361-1828, FAX 361-8141. #235- Staledon Gardens- 393-6102.
SCREENED IN PAITO, A/C, light included. 361-1374 Mall, all other attraction. Turn key, fully furnished, 2
SCREENED IN PAITO, A/C, light included. 361-1374. aa 242-356-0544, bedrooms, 1 bath, central air FURNISHED, SPACIOUS, 1
WASHER, FRIDGE, STOVE, Bahamas 242-356-0544, Faith Gardens private parking standby bedroom apartment, Fox Hill.
$750/M PLUS IST, LAST US 818-470-7237. rit parking sady
$750/M PLUS1ST,LAST, BRAND NEW, SPACIOUS, 2 -- Like new, 3-bed/2bath house, generator, alarm, well-kept yard Sec screen, A/C and water
$600 SEC. bed, 1 bath Apt, enclosed yard, tile throughout, a/c in each -$1,200.00 included, $600 a month, $200
TEL 394-8568, 436-8159. ceiling fans, central A/C, Commecial Spe room, burglar bars, hurricane #75 West Bay Street 2 sec dep. Call 324-5658 after
washer & dryer, $850/pm, $425 Available Jan 06. shutters, carport, large bedrooms, 2 baths furnished 6pm, Mon-Fri.
BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS sec dep. Tel 324-5249. Approx 1680 Sq. Ft. Availae backyard, 3/4 fenced-in, apartment with sea views within GOING TO ORLANDO? One
Studio Apts St Albans Dr. $185 in the fast growing commercial Appraised @ $180,000.00, gated community, pool on-site two-bedroom -Condo and
p/week. Included, water, phone, BRIGITTE'S area of Sears Hill & Shirley Asking $170,000.00 o.n.o, and beach access is available. Condo Efficiencies are
cable. Pay 1st and last week + Booths For Rent Street. Newly renovated Contact # 323-2813. $2,500.00nd beach access is available. Efficie re
$250 sec dep total $620 to Stylists & Nail Techs building with internals designed C#725 Tonical Gardens available for rent for one week,
move in. 3 persons max. Call $150 weekly, plus sec dep to suit any layout need. Ne2 townhoe aplrtent 2 Fat Weate Laks in Orlando
Errol Petty 422-4489/325-1408 required. Nice, clean Great parking and access from N townhouse aptment 2 Florida. Call 393-8478.
or 325-4824. environment. Great location, both busy Montrose Avenue appliances, garbage disposal
Serious enquiries only! and Shirley Street. system, gated $1,500.00
BRAND NEW 2 1-bedroom 394-4720. Long Term Anchor Tenants #703 Westrid, 50off West
wate for reincluded. $550 per month BRIITE'S already locked in, this is the last Bay Street Partially furnished
wate iur include, $5 ve month BRIGIT-TrE'S space available in building and t ByStret- Pawihally ursed
No kids or pets. Fully equipped Salon For Rent! loaed on the ground floor, tlnq fll et bedrooms, 3 7 bthroom, pool
3 Stylist & 2 Nail Booths. catch this great deal while you bedro-oms, 3 ?bathom, p
1 Efficiency, water included. Additional amenities included. catch this great deal while you MA ETAL SGHTI RN REALTY
$450. WESTERN CLOSE. $1,350 monthly, plus security Call 328-2366 or 325-3643 or FOR RENT $2,200.) To Rentals
341-0572. deposit required. Nice, clean 393-7883 for details and Harrold Road (off) Two eas
34- _____ environment. Great location. viewing. MONTAGU: FURNISHED ONE bedrooms, one bath apartment, TREASURE COVE. 3 bed, 2
BOARDING HOUSE, Serious enquiries only! vi BEDROOM APT CEILING appliances, nice screened-in bath newly renovated home.
WALKING DISTANCE 394-4720. COZY, ONE-BED APT FANS. $575. WATER INCL. porch -$800.00 Screened porch, furnished,
FOR STUDENTS attached to private residence. l appliances.
Situated at Charlotte Ridge, CABLE BEACH Sans Souci area. Fully NASSAU EAST:UNFURNI- View all of the above listings $3,200 month.
Boyd Subdivision, consisting of DELAPOERTE POINT, furnished. Move right in $750 SHED TWO BEDROOM APT and more at HYPERLINK
4 bedrooms. 2 bath, fully attractive one bedroom per month including light, water, WITH A/C, CEILING FAN, www.paulritchierealestate.cQm NEW Blairl Estates -
furnished inclusive of water, furnished apartment. A/C gas and cable. Private BASIC CABLE SERVICE, _______ Spacious 3 -bed, 25 bath
and light, amenities are internet pools, sec beach. $1050. entrance. First/last/sec. Dep ENCLOSED YARD. $800.00. FOR RENT executive hore with large pool,
ready, and property fully Includes water. Tel 327-7412. $200. Call 324-3205, 359-2721. WATER INCLUDED. 1,000sq ft apartment, 2-bed, 2- Well' landscaped, generator
enclosed. Ideal for college bath, utility room appliances $3,600.00 month
students, law students, and CABLE BEACH spacious 2 DANOTTAGE ESTATES LEEWARD EAST: NEW refrigerator, stove, washer/
professionals. Interested bed, 2 bath Townhouse (EAST) LARGE FURNISHED Spacious 2-bed, 2.5-bath dryer central air, ceiling fans, NEW St. Andrews Dr. Fully
persons, please contact 557- apartment. Tastefully furnished, 1-BED APT. QUIET townhouse, with appliances, sec alarm, patio, auto gate, fumished 2 bed, 1.5 bath, 900
2147, 322-3885, 502-3869. semi-private pool, own washer NEIGHBOURHOOD LIGHT cental-air, ceiling fans, laundry cooking gas, water, cable/tel sq ft.. townhouse w/ pool
to dryer. Short walk to WATER CABLE TV SECURITY facilities $1,800.00. Very nice. ready. $925 per month (first/ $1,350.00 month
BRAND NEW EFFICENCY shops/beach. Move-in ready. BARS CEILING FANS A/C last month payments & sec dep
$500.00 per month includes $1,650/mth. Tel 327-8881. PRIVATE TELEPHONE LINE SANDFORD DRIVE: Tastefully required). Min leasing period -1 NEWI Commercial Village
fridge,stove,water,security bars, Serious inquiries only. PAID IN YOUR RENT $750. furnished 2-bed, 2.5-bath year. Located off Sea Breeze Rd. 800 sq. ft. office / shop
ceiling fans & smoke detectors. SORRY NO PETS OR Townhouse, $1,400. Water Lane, Phone 364-5424. Serious space $1,500.00 month
First, Last & Security deposit CABLE BEACH CHILDREN FIRST & LAST + included. inquires please.
required. NO PETS! Two 1-bedroom condos. SECURITY DEPOSIT. $750 TURNQUEST PROPERTY Cable Beach 3 bed, 3 bath
MUST SEE! Call:364-1853 Beautifully furnished. $800 and PER MONTH. PH 393-3667 MANAGEMENT FULLY FURN'ED EFFIC APT, home w/ office, beautifully
$900 water included. 324-3060 Sandilands Village Rd, off Fox landscaped with pool. Asking
BRAND NEW 1-BED 393-92756 Hill Rd, water included, phone, $3500 per month
COTTAGE, CENTRAL AIR, DUPLEX # 2 1-BED, 1-BATH, LUXURY CONDOMINIUM cable ready, A/C unit. Ceiling
PHONE, CABLE, WATER. EAST BAY STREET, spacious FRONT ROOM, SMALL FOR RENT fans, sec bars, no kids, quiet Blair Estates 2 bed 2 bath
DOMINGO HEIGHTS WEST, 2-bed, 2-bath, beautifully UTILITY ROOM, KITCHEN, New furnished luxury area. First, last and sc dep. Call apartment w/ own yard space,
$650 PER MONTH, 1ST, furnished, 5th Floor, quiet LIGHT & WATER INCLUDED. condominium for rent in 364-3555. Must see to laundry $1500 per month.
LAST AND $500 SECURITY. security building, pool, gym, YELLOW ELDER. $650/MTH, Nautica, a gated community, appreciate.
CALL RATES 394-8506. meeting room, lovely harbour FIRST & LAST MONTH RENT, Cable Beach. 3 bedrooms, 2 Tel: 393-8630 Fax: 393-8638
view, near to shopping areas. SEC DEP. $600. 361-5782. 1/2 baths, one car garage, FULLY FURNISHED
BRAND NEW 2 BEDROOM, 1 $1,800 per month. Phone 325- 2500sq ft, patio furnished deck, EFFICIENCY FOR RENT LARGE 2-bed & spacious 1-
BATHROOM APARTMENT, 0060 (days). MARRIED CHRISTIAN beautiful surroundings, OF BELLOT ROAD. bed, Apt with A/C, minutes from
PARTIALLY FURNISHED COUPLE, new 2 bed, 1 bath peaceful, secure location, $150/WEEK. $250SECDEP. Mt Tabor, separate liv, din, &
WITH APPLIANCE; NICE CENTREVILLE unfurnished, Apt alarm sys, no kids & pets, community pool, one block WATER, LIGHT TELEPHONE kitchen. $650 per month &
QUIET NEIGHBOURHOOD, upstairs, 2 bedroom, 1 bath $675/pm. Unfurnished. Soldier from the beach, 15 minutes to AND A/C INCLUDED. $575 per month. Respectively
OFF MCKINNEY DRIVE. $750 apartment for rent. A/C, water Road West. 394-1441. International Airport and 10 TEL 341-3705. Avail March 1,.06. 341-8843,
PER MONTH, 1ST, LAST & included. Phone available. No minutes to downtown Nassau. VE BEACH OCEANFRONT 341-4360 Water included.
SEC DEPOSIT $200. children, no pets. $700 per EASTERN AREA Close to Cable Beach golf LOVE BEACuH O drooNt
CONTACT MS MILLER, 454- month. Call 326-2125. 1 & 2 bedrooms, unfurnished course. Lease and deposits bathrsuy uri hed FULLY FURNSHED one
5816, SERIOUS INQUIRIES ______Apts. Telephone, cable requried. 393-1179 day's and Call 35057, 10bedrooms, one bathroom, living
ONLY. CAREFREE CONOS, Cable available. $500 & $600 per evenings. $3,500 a month for Ca1327-5057,10am-4pm. and dining rooms, ai
Beach. Newly renovated 2 bed, month. Contact 324-4262. long term lease and $3,800 a IDEAL FOR A PROFSSIONAL conditioned, ceiling fans, sec
BRAND NEW, spacious, clean, 2 bath beach front unit. Fully month for a short term rental. SINGLE BEDROOM APT, bars, cooking gas and water
2 bedroom apartment. Washer, furnished, pool, laundry EFFICIENCY APT, 1-bedroom VERY LARGE, incl apartment for rent. Cal
stove, central air, ceiling fan, facilities, brand new appliances, semi-furnished. Light & water CABLE BEACH, EFFICIENCY FULLY FURNISHED. 341-0331, 456-6165.anytime.
alarm system, water included. Water & cable included, included. $575 per month, Frist AT, CABLE, WATER & LIGHT INCLUDES WATER.
Off Carmichael Road, $800/pm. $2,200/pm. Call 302-3910 days & last month required, sec dep INCLUDED. $800/PM. CALL 7AM TO 11 PM. FURN EFFICIENCY, $500 PER
341-3787. or 364-4895 even. $400. Phone 341-7581. PH 327-6430. 364-7882. MONTH. 392-4859.







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FOR RENT I
LARGE FOUR-BEDROOM
CONDO AVAILABLE
FOR RENT FOR ONE WEEK
AT WESTGATE LAKES IN
ORLANDO FLORIDA.
CALL 393-8478.
LARGE. ONE BEDROOM,
furnished walk-in closet, AC,
burglar bars. Water and cable
included phone ready.
$750/mth 1st and Ist month +
sec dep required. No children
or pets. Phone 364-5827.



JACK ISAACS
REALTY
ST. 1978

RENTAL
BLAIRE AREA : Charming 3
bed, 2 bath home situated in
lush tropical neighborhood.
Swimming pool. Minuets from
shopping and private schools.
$3,300.00 per month
SKYLINE HEIGHTS: Lovely 4
bed, 3 and half bath home
situated in lush tropical
neighborhood. Air conditioned
and security system. Minutes
from shopping and beach.
$4,500.00 per month
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
secunty. $9,500.00 per month.
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932
info@bahamasproperty.com
MARSHALL ROAD, SOUTH
BEACH, west of Faith Avenue
Highway. Very spacious, fully
furnished studio apartment with
separate kitchen and bathroom;
A/C, ceiling fan, burglar bars,
enclosed yard; three hundred
yards from the beach; quiet
area; ideal for single person; no
children; no pets; $650
monthly; light, water and cable
included; first, last and one
month's security.
Phone 380-4405.
OFFICE SPACE. Ideal for
professionals. Downtown lots of
parking. Phone 362-2731,
MILLENNIUM GARDENS
Newly built 3 bed, 2 bath, fully
furnished house. Furniture
includes: Fridge, electric stove,
washer & dryer, living room
suite and dinette. Carpeted
bedroom floors, ceramic tiles
elsewhere. Asking $1,500 per
month. First and last month
plus sec dep of $700 required.
Contact 341-7723 after 6pm, or
357-7348 during the day.
i


I :,FOR RENT
MONTAGU VILLAS APT, 2
bedroom, 1 bath, air
conditioned bedrooms, fully
fumished apartment, private
backyard space, gated
community, pool 'and laundry
on the premises, cable and
water included, first last, sec,
dep. Tel 424-5364, or 454-
7947.

MOUNT VERNON Apartment
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, fully
fumished, A/C,
masterbedroom, sec services,
wash house for tenants use
only, water included. $700 and
$800. Phone 393-8257, or 393-
9288.
MUST SEE brand new
beautiful spacious Apt off
Carmichael Road. C/A, ceiling
fan, fridge, stove, washer &
dryer, s/screens, & water
included. Two 2-bed, 1bath,
$800/pm. One 3-bed, 2 1/2
bath, $1,200/pm. Avail Feb 28,
Ms Forbes (day), 323-448, 323-
4495/6 or eve 362-1008.
SSerious inquiries only
NEW FURN cottage Nassau
Village with kitchen &
bathroom, includes aluminum
b/screens, water, light, cable &
phone 393-4474/pm.
NEW UNFURNISHED 2 bed, 1
bath; $650 per month, 1st &
last month reit, sec dep $600 -
Living room fumised, air
condition, ideal for sharing -
Starlight Estate off Bacardi Rd.
Phone 362-0860 leave
message..
NEW, unfurnished 2 bed, 1
bath, $650 per mth, 1st & last
mth rent, sec dep $400 air
cond and water incl, ideal for
sharing, Starlight Estate off
Barcardi Road. Phone 362-
0860 message.

New, Spacious,
Off C.W. Saunders Highway
2 bed, 1 bath.
Includes: Cable, Water,
Burgular Bars, AC, Ceiling fans
ect.
First and last month. $750 per
month. Security Deposit $500.
Phone 392-2980 or 322-3372.
NEWLY BUILT 1-bed apt with
air cond. and water included
cable & phone ready asking
$550 per month, sec dep $300
Contact Mr & Mrs Saunders @
395-0767, 323-5191 341-0494.
after 7pm.
NEWLY BUILT spacious 2
bedroom Apt. Fire Trail Road,
Off Carmichael. Water
included. A/C- units/washer
ready. $700 sec depo, $500;
302-2678(W), 361-6021 (E).
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
CENTRALLY LOCATED,
NEAR DOWNTOWN,
SAFE ENVIRONMENT,
IDEAL FOR OFFSHORE
BUSINESS, OR SMALL
BUSINESS WITH
2-3 EMPLOYEES,
UTILITIES & CLEANING
INCLUDED.
$27 PER SQ FOOT.
CALL 325-7595, 9AM-5PM.


FOR RENT
NEWLY RENOVATED,
CLEAN, SPACIOUS AND
ATTRACTIVE 4-UNIT
APARTMENT COMPLEX,
"ISLE OF TAJAE", PROSPECT
RIDGE ROAD, SKYLINE
LAKES SUBDIVISION. NOW
AVAILABLE 1 EFFICIENCY
($1,000/PM,&1 2-BED, 2-
BATH ($1,600/PM. ALL FULLY
FURNISHED & EQUIPPED
W/LINENS, DINNERWARE,
WASHER AND DRYER.
TELEPHONE, CABLE AND
EFFICIENCY READY WITH
PRIVATE WATER SUPPLY.
CENTRAL A/C AND ELEC
GATE FOR ADDED SEC.
FIRST AND LAST MONTH
WITH SEC DEPO REQUIRED.
CALL 557-1449.

NEWLY WEDS, Efficiency
Condos are available for rent
for one week at Westgate
Lakes in Orlando, Florida. Call
393-8478.
OFF JOE FARRINGTON RD
New 2 bedroom/1 bath
apartment Central Air/Security
Bars/Water Included $800 p/m
and $500 Security Deposit No
kids/pets Must see to
appreciate! Tel: 364-7761/434-
7850
OFF JOE FARRINGTON RD
new 2 bedroom, 1 bath apt,
c/air, bars, water included.
$800/pm $500 sec. No
kids/pets.
Tel 364-7761/434-7850.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
IN PALMDALE, $450/MTH.
CALL 356-0545.
OFFICE SPACE RENTAL
DOWNTOWN
3 OFFICES, 1 BOARDROOM,
KITCHEN, BATHROOM.
TEL 326-2955, 328-0567,
9.-5PM.
ON PRIVATE ESTATE IN
GATED COMMUNITY, ONE
BEDROOM APARTMENT,
WELL DECORATED AND
MAINTAINED, BEC, CABLE,
GAS, WATER AND LAUNDRY
INCLUDED, $850 PER
MONTH, AVAILABLE
FEBRUARY 1ST. 557-4845.
ONE BED APARTMENT for
rent, fully furished, water
included, sec bar, A/C, sec dep
$600, monthly rent $600, 1st
and last. Carmichael Road. Tel
361-3187.
ONE BED, ONE BATH
Townhosue apartment, fully
furnished, water and gas
included, laundry room,
enclosed grounds, beautifully
gassed with lots of foliage,
swimming pool, private paito. St
Albans Drive, $895.00 monthly,
sec dep, first and last months
rent required. Ph 326-1514,
356-6484., eve 323-8408.
ONE BEDROOM APTT
MARATHON ESTATE.
CENTRALLY LOCATED IN
WALKING DISTANCE TO
MARATHON MALL.
PHONE 394-4259.
SANDYPORT EFFICIENCY
UNIT FOR RENT. $1,000/MTH
PLEASE CALL -535-5338.


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FOR RENT
ONE BEDROOM, tumished
apartment, water, light, cable,
A/C, burglar bars included
$625, first & last, $300 sec.
Phone 392-3619 call between
8am& 8:30pm.
OUT WEST 1 bed, 1 bath,
fully furished apt, C/AC and
ceiling fans, patio, view of large
pool, enclosed yard with trees,
near beach and store; no need
for a car $1,300/pm. Tel 326-
6805, or 327-2694.
OUT WEST Townhouses,
very large 3 bed, 3 1/2 bath,
completely furished, C/AC and
ceiling fans great view, balcony,
view of large pool, enclosed
yard with trees, near beach and
stores; no need for a car
$3,000/pm. Tel 326-6805, 327-
2694.
PARADISE ISLAND, 1-
bedroom Condo, newly
renovated, spacious, open floor
plan pool, A/C, 2 mins from
beach, $1,100 partly furn, or
$1,200 fully fum. 363-0373 day,
427-0154(Cell).
SHOP SPACE AVAILABLE
FOR RENT. LOCATED IN A
DENSELY POPULATED
AREA. IDEAL FOR
CONVENIENCE STORE,
BARBER AND BEAUTY
SALON, BEAUTY SUPPLY
SHOP, CLOTHING STORE,
TAILOR SHOP, ETC.
CONTACT 326-3740, OR
FURTHER DETAILS.
SHOPIOFFICE FOR RENT
Single storey building on the
comer of Kemp Road and
Pyfrom Road (Bar 20 comer)
High traffic area. Prime
location: Formally Snack Food
Wholesale security bars and
central air. $900 per month.
Phone 394-1098 after 5pm.
QUAINT 1 bedroom unfum. Apt
avail in Yamacraw Beach, for a
quiet persons $650/pm, First
and last required plus $500 sec
dep. Water and elec included,
cable and telephone ready.
Sorry no pets. T9 inquire. Tel
324-7039 between 9am and
5pm.
SANDYPORT BEACH LANE
fully furished 3-bed, 3-bath
penthouse Apt with beautiful
views of the canal and ocean,
central air, front and rear patios
office facilities, boat dock,
beach, pools, tennis courts, et.
and 24-hr sec. $3,500 per
month. Tel 327-8135.
TELEPHONE 364-2350
2-bedroom, 1-batroom, with
washroom, completely fenced-
i n AC in both bedrooms,
fridge, stove and washing
machine, $750 per month.
2-BEDROOM, 2-BATHROOM,
band new home, all stainless
steel appliances, marble floor,
large master suite, fenced in
with beautifully landscaped,
yard in quiet area. $1,050.00.
SHAMPOO ASST & NAIL
TECH / BOOTH RENTAL
NEED URGENTLY. 328-3791.


FOR RENT
PILOT HOUSE CONDO EAST
BAY ST, OPP POOP DECK
One bedroom completely
furnished water included, TV,
microwave & dishwasher,
swimming pool and 24 hour
sec. Phone Donald Russell at
393-2259.
QUAIL ROOST RIDGE: 6 year
old 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths,
beautiful townhouse. Spacious,
A/C Units, security screens,
secured yard, $186,000. Must
see to appreciate; Serious
inquiries only. Phone 364-6839.
NO AGENTS!
ROONM FOR RENT in a 3 bed
home Yellow Elder, semi-
furnished light, water, cable,
phone, gas, rent $125 per
week. Sec dep $350; $600 to
move in. Miss Barr at 535-
5263.
SEA BEACH ESTATES -
Spacious 2 bedroom, fully
furnished townhouse, 5 min
from beach, central A/C,
burglar bars, water, cable,
telephone, washer & dryer.
$1,600 per month. 422-
2604/327-0232.
SPACIOUS 2-BEDROOM
UNFURNISHED APT
CARMICHAEL AREA.
WILL BE AVAILABLE 1ST
FEB 1ST. $600 PER MOT H +
#400 SECURITY DEP. PHONE
356-4081
MON- FRI, 9AM-5PM.
ST ALBANS DRIVE 1-bed, 1-
bath apt, furnished, includes
water and gas, single person
only, $560 monthly, first and
last months rent + sec dep
required
Phone 326-1514, 356-6484,
eve 323-8408.
STUDIO APT. ( SMALL )
DANOTTAGE ESTATES $150.
PER WEEK FOR MATURED
QUIET MALE ONLY NO
KIDS/PETS FIRST LAST +
SEC $300 ALL UTILITIES
INCLUDED IN RENT.
393-3667
TWYNAM near beach
Bongalow Apartment, 1-bed, 1-
bath, unfurnished. Features:
Carpeting, spacious, dormer
windows, bedroom, balcony
with private porch, very cozy
and quiet. $585/pm.
Tel 423-1725.
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.
SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM
APT for rent located off Sea
Breeze & Joe Farrington Road.
Burglar bars, water and air-
conditioned included. $550, first
and last month rent plus $550
sec dep. Tel 341-2796.
RELATIVELY NEW 3 bed, 2
bath Housei in Garden Hills No
3, Fridge, stove, washer, and
dryer included at $1000/mth.
Call 361-3127, 341-8958, 356-
2057.


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SFOR RENT
UNFURNISHED 2-bed. 1-bath
located in Yamacraw Shores
near beach. Conveniently
located to wash house, beauty
salon and convenience store.
Minutes away from pharmacy
and food store. Central air and
water included. In quite
residential area. Rent $800 per
month. First and last months
rent and $400 security deposit
required. Available 28th Nov.
2005. Phone, electricity and
cable ready.
Call.364-5961
ASK FOR MRS GRAY
UNFURNISHED two bedrooms,
one bathroom, living & dining
rooms, air conditioned, ceiling
fans, sec bars, house for rent.
Call 361-0166 between the
hours of 6:30pm 9pm week
days and anytime weekends.
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.
SHOP SPACE FOR RENT
ON CARMICHAEL ROAD
OPP BAMBOO SHACK,
$700 PER MONTH.
WATER INCLUDED.
TEL 364-7210, 477-0190.
"VALENTINE'S SPECIAL"
ALL RETAIL, OFFICE &
SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS
GET YOUR STORE / OFFICE
SPACES ON BAY STREET
WITH CLOSE PRIVATE
PARKING FACILITIES NOWIII
SPECIAL RATES II
AVAILABLE ONLY UNTIL
FEBRUARY 14TH ,06 ON
STORE / OFFICE SPACES AT
THE SHOPPER'S HAVEN ON
BAY COMPLEX.
INTRODUCTORY 3 MONTH
SPECIAL DISCOUNT OFFER
SOME UNITS AS LOW AS
$300.00 PER MONTH
CALL 328 2366 OR 322-7419
TODAY
VERY NEAT, fully furished
Efficiency. Golden Gates Estate
#2. Include: Blinds, bars, 1st
tank of gas, air ocnd, water,
phone, ready cable, ceiling
fans, etc. $525.00 per month
plus $300 sec dep. First month
& sec dep only. Looking for a
single quiet female. Must be full
responsible, and have maturity
standard, no drinking habits, no
children, no pets.
Call 302-9780/81 (wk)
ask for Miss Ferguson, 636-
3214(Cell).
BAYVIEW HOTEL RESORT,
OUT ISLAND LOOKING FOR
HANDYMAN/GARDENER, $80
PE WEEK PLUS ROOM.
call 1-242-344-3205 after 6pm.
WINTON HEIGHTS 2 BED, 1
1/2 BATH, fully furished (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:
SHOP 18x40(720sq ft)
Island Plaza, E Shirley St.
$950.
Tel 327-0667, 424-3330.








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WINTON HIGHWAY: 2 slocre
house for rent, partially
fumished, 3 bedrooms, 3 ?
baths, pool, poolhouse with
bathroom and shower, security
screens, ocean view, air-
conditioned in an enclosed Co
yard. $3,000.00 p/m Tre
Telephone: 364-6645 01
TROPICAL MEADOWS, OFF
FAITH AVE, 2 bed, 1 bath,
washer & dryer, air cond Parad
rooms, sec windows and doors 3/2 s
$700. water included. plan,
Ph 341-4548/424-0173. glass
TWYNAM near beach attractive comm
1200 sq ft, 1-bed, 2-bath $4,50
apartment, semi furnished,
fridge, stove, washer, on large Dowd
private property, very nice, Comn
$850 /pm. Tel 423-1725. wareh
great I
UNFURNISHED ROOM for
rent, single female only, $325 Cable
per month, first and last newly
months, $250 sec dep, water beach
included. Stapledon Gardens.
Tel 322-4275. Exclu
UNFURNISHEE ROOM Furn.
FOR RENT IN PRIVATE with p
HOME, SINGLE, FEMALE. $4,00'
CALL AFTER 6PM. and
PHONE 364-7638. Shad
VACANT PROPERTY gener
FOR RENT upgra
CARMICHAEL ROAD.
Ideal for Mechanic Shop, West
electrical shop, etc. Nicely
Tel: 361-5272 361-5642. heart
WESTWARD VILLAS/CABLE Camp
BEACH, quiet & secluded 3/2
location, ex-large 1 bedroom enclo'
furnished Apt, $750/pm. Call neighl
327-0961.
SEA BEACH ESTATE- 2 bed, West
2 bath, fully furnished Apt, 5 unfurr
minutes from beach, heart
$1,700/pm. Contact 327-2728 price
after 5:30pm.
Skyli
SEA BEACH ESTATES Imma
Efficiency fully furnished water, large
cable, AC, elec, burglar bars & see!
television. $850 per month.
422- 2604/327-0232. Seabl
Fum.
SEA BREEZE are 2 bed, 1 beach
bath, central air, sec bars,
water. First $700, last, sec Dick'
dep $400. Phone 324-7376, Oceai
322-8473, 364-3132. ated
SKLINE DRIVE AREA TO 00
RENT in a prestigious
neighbourhood a 2 bedroom Tre
cottage and a 3 bed luxury Spaci
apartment. Tel 327-8866. a ga
$5.50
SPACIOUS 2-BEDROOM APT
Inc: Waer, blinds, fridge, stove, Old
wAshing machine, sec bars, & Imma
bedroom set. $900/pm. Ph 327- canal
6899. and p
SPACIOUS one bed Apt Faith Cave
Gardens. Completely tiled, 3/3.5
laundry closet, separate living, views
dining & kitchen.
Tel 341-8843, 361-1359. Skvli
TURN KEY BEAUTY SALON 2/2.5
FOR RENT. the w
ALL FACILITIES IN PLACE
CENTRAL LOCATION. Old
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Let us take care of
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second floor condo. Open
tile throughout, impact
windows and doors,
i. Pool.
0
leswell Street R3035-
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location! Call for details.
Beach R2212- Furn.,
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sive Caprice R2161-
3-4/ 3.5 oceanfront home
0ool and awesome views!
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voort R1189- Furn. 3/3
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ator, dock and many
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ward Villas R1188-
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of Cable Beach. $1,600
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family home on large
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at $1,850
ne Heights R1183-
c. 5/5 lakefront home on
1.5 acre property. Must
$12,000
each Estates R2084-
2/2,5 townhouse near the
i1 $2,800
s Point R2204- Furn.
front 3/3.5 townhouse in
Eastern community.
0
ure Cove R1180-
ous, fum. 5/3 with pool in
0d, oceanfront community.
0
Fort Bay R1154-
culate 5/4 fum. Home on
with 1/1 guest cottage
ool. $19,000
s Point R2153- Furn.
condo with amazing
I $5,000
ne Lakes R2142- Furn
and 3/2.5 townhouses in
est. Starting at $2,000
Fort Bay R1111- 3/3 1/2
ome on canal. $15,000
more rental listings call
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3499 Sandyport: Charming 3
bed island cottage with 2-4 ton
air conditioning units, ceiling
fans, generator, water softener
and wooden dock.
Outfitted with shutters, wooden
floors, French doors that open
onto a fabulous patio area and
landscaped grounds. Enjoy
your very own each and lovely
balcony that boasts great views
of the canal. $7000/pm.
3504 Shirley Street: Prime
commercial space, 4 spacious
offices, filing room, kitchenette,
separate men and women
restrooms, ample parking
spaces, and a welcoming
reception area. $5400/pm.
3497 Seapointe: Beachfront
town home located in the
secure gated community of Port
New 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.
3533 Treasure Cove:
Beautifully decorated and
furnished 4 bed, 3 bath home
featuring tile flooring throughout
and enclosed swimming pool
with wet bar area, perfect for
the tropical sunny days.
$5000/pm.
3532 Dick's Point: Beautifully
appointed 3 bed waterfront unit,
furnished and spacious living
areas, ensuite bathrooms and 2
car parking. $5500/pm.
3528 Graham Acres: Very well
maintained 3 bed, 2.5 bath
home on an enclosed and
landscaped lot. Features
include: a fully equipped
kitchen with sitting area, a
maid's quarters, a formal dining
room, a lovely family room,
swimming pool, and storage
shed. $3700/pm.
3529 Winton: Furnished hilltop
2 bed townhome enjoying un-
obstructed views to the east
and the ocean beyond.
Recently re-tiled, and new
Coran counters installed in
kitchen and bathrooms.
Spacious open plan layout with
roll-down security/hurricane
shutters and 2-zone air
conditioning, and a generator.
$2000/pm.
3507 Collins Ave: Well
maintained and centrally
located office space featuring 4
offices, 2 bathrooms, waiting
area, 2 car spaces and a new
central air conditioning system.
$2108/pm.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or (242)
394-1494
Fax: (242) 394-1453
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#58 MONTROSE AVE tDollom
of Sears Hill) 1,200 sq ft,
parking available. Suitable for
office; show room; retail
boutique; specialty outlet;
and/or workout gym. Available
Mach 1, 2006 To view please
call 325-4465, or 357-9274.
1 BDRM Apartment in Little
Blair. Newly renovated. Fully
furnished.. Water included.
Cable ready. Laundry facilities.
Convenient location.. Quiet
neighbourhood. Ideal for
professionals. $850 p.m. Call:
394-1609.
FOR RENT
2 bed 2bth apt in Westridge
Ests North Community, central
a/c, alarm, private entrance,
tennis court and pool;
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
microwave, water and
electricity included. Partially
furnished $2,000 p/m. First &
Last month and security
deposit $1500
Call:525-6842 or 357-3201.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
semi-furnished or unfurnished,
water included. Located on
corner of Fox Hill and Hanna
Roads (pass Johnson's Barber
Shop on Fox Hill Road)
1st & last month and $350 sec
dep, $1,250 to move in. Call
364-0368, 380-8072 324-5698.
1-BEDROOM 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.
2 BDRM Apartment in Little
Blair. Newly renovated. Fully
furnished.. Water' included.
Cable ready. Laundry facilities.
Convenient location.. Quiet
neighbourhood. Ideal for
professionals. $1,100 p.m. Call:
394-1609.
2 NEWLY BUILT APT 2 bed,
1 bath, sec bars, sec rates.
A/C units, spacious rooms,
water included. $700 a month,
1st and last rent required, $500
sec depo. Royal Palm St,
Culmersville.
Phone 322-3753,
2-BED SPACIOUS,
P/Fumished Apt. Water
included. Off T.Willliams-
Darling Hwy. $800 Monthly.
PH 394-2650.
2-BED, 1 1/2-BATH APT,
fridge & stove, central air and
washroom included. $750/pm
plus water & sec bars. fenced
in yard. Of Bellot Road. Call Bill
359-2127.
2-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT
Sandilands Village fridge, stove
and central A/C, $650 per
month, water included. First,
last & $400 sec dep.
No children, no pets.
Phone 364-3978.
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TWO BED APARTMENT olf
Saunders Highway. A/C, water,
light and cable included.
$750/pm. Contact 364-5546.
YELLOW ELDER, 3
BEDROOM, 1 BATH HOUSE,
$580/PM. WATER INCLUDED.
393-5987, 364-3905.
SHOP SPACE FOR RENT.
$700 PER MONTH.
CARMICHAEL ROAD. 341-
8093, 364-7212 OR 341-6777.
SPACIOUS 1-bedroom
apartment, available for rent.
No children or pets allowed.
Please contact 324-7352.
SPACIOUS HOUSE 3 bed, 1
bath, Garden Hills Estate #1 .
$850 monthly. Call Nicola, 392-
0942, Cell 423-6166.
TWO -BEDROOM 1 1/2 BATH
TOWNHOUSES YORKSHIRE
ST. CABLE BEACH.
TEL 328-1811.
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.
UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath
Apt, Farrington Rd. Water and
cable included. $600, First, last
+ sec $200. Call 552-1988.
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
1-BED FURNISHED APT, light,
water & 'cable included.
$550.00 per month, Fox Hill
South. Phone 324-3113.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Furnished w/ all utilities
Secure yard. Perfect for
Single contract teacher.
$650, 1st, last and $500. sec.
Ph. 341-6066
1-BEDRPM APT Partly
furnished. Main Faith Ave
South All
utilities/ight/water/cable,
phone. $650 monthly, 1st & last
+ $550 sec dep. Ph 361-2186,
or 436-5348.
2 -BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APT MCKINNEY DRIVE OFF
FIRE TRAIL ROAD, $650 PER
MONTH. WATER INCLUDED.
VERY SPACIOUS OUTDOOR
SURROUNDINGS. 1ST &
LAST MONTH + $500 SEC
DEP. PHONE 356-4081, MON-
FRI, 9AM,5PM.
2-BED APT UNFURNISHED
WATER INCLUDED.
1ST& LAST, $625/PM
SEC DEP $400. NO PET.
JOAN'S HEIGHTS WEST.
PH: 361-7373.
2 BED, 2 BATH, Westridge
off Cable Beach, $1100.00
p/m. 1st, last, sec dep.
Tel: 327-0667 or 424-3330.
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WANTS
TO SHARE
ELDERLY GENTLEMAN
wants to share apartment with
a male. Johnson Road, Fox
Hill $100 per week. Utilities
included; Phone 364-5037.
ROOM MATE WANTED
URGENTLY to share two
bedroom apt. Must be
Christian and love kids. $120
per week, sec/dep $150.
Please call 456-5884 and leave
message. Att: Ms Forbes.
Utilities /cable included.
SPACIOUS 2 bedroom
unfurnished, single female
Christian only. $400 per month,
first and last months, $250
security deposit, All utilities
included plus washing fac.
Soldier Rd, Glendale Subd.
Contact Annette at 394-1513.
UNFURNISHED ROOM
Single female only.
$375/mth, first & last months,
$250 security deposit
All utilities and wash fac
included.Soldier Rd. Tel 394-
1513(H), 328-4615(W).



EXOTIC DANCE NEEDED
FOR EXECUTIVE PARTY.
PAYS WELL.
CALL FOR INTERVIEW,
544-0557/535-7461.
WANTED YOUNG person with
boating experience and good
swimming ability to train to work
as crew on dive boat. Only
drug free Bahamian applicants
need apply. Accomodations.
provided.
Send resume to
diveguana@yahoo.com, or
FAX 242 365 5121
HELPERS AND CUTTERS
NEED TO REMOVE SCRAPS.
CALL 327-0209, OR 424-4356.
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN
needed with ability to design
web pages. Call 356-4459.
Wanted PADI Divemaster or
Rescue Diver to work:for small
out island dive company. Only
drug free Bahamian applicants
need apply. Accomodations
provided. Send- resume
to dciveguana@yahoo.com or
FAX 242 365 5121
FLORIST NEEDED
A Florist is needed for growing
flower store, 394-8372, 2
references required.
Legal Secretary 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;
Facsimile 242-393-4910, or
Call: 242-394-0043 for an
appointment.
LIVE-IN HANDYMAN for large
property. Duties include
household repairs,. painting,
cleaning windows and autos,.
care of large garden; total care
three, dogs (feeding, grooming,
exercise). Six days per week.
Tel 362-4738.


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HELP WANTED

HEAD CHEF-
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 "codt k
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
HYPERLINK
"mailto:curlvtails@batelnet."
curlytails@batelnet.bs
or by fax to (242) 367 4664

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 corner
acres the straw market,
Nassau, Bahamas.
LIVE-IN MAID needed some
House work and ironing also to
look after kids, $100 per week
plus room & board. Call 380-
2822.
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER to
assit with keeping of an elderly
lady. Call 393-2106.
LIVE-IN MAID needed, 6 days
per week. Phone 565-6198.
LIVE-IN MAID needed.
Tel 242-361-5061.
LOOKING FOR A FULL TIME
HOUSEKEEPER. MON-FRI.
SEND RESUME TO: PO BOX
12762, NASSAU, BAHAMAS.
MAID NEEDED.
PHONE 395-7784.
POSITION AVAILABLE 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
Ritchie at 1-242-337-0056.


HELP WANTED HELP WANTED


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,WO 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: HYPERLINK
"mailto:kccbah @ hotmail.com"
kccbah@hotmail.com
FAX: 394-4159

MASTERSCAN DNA testing, a
leader in DNA testing in the
Bahamas is now seeking a
General Manager, please send
CV to: masterscan@msn.com.
No calls please.
NASSAU HOTTEST NIGHT
CLUB is looking for a vibrant,
energetic, office assistant for a
day to day operations of a
nightclub. The person should
be well organized and
marketing is a plus. Send
resumes to:
jobs@clubfluidbahamas.com.
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY a
professional Barber needed for
the Jerome Avenue. Contact
544-6793 for further inquiries,
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
1 Seamstress for Industrial
sewing. Call 325-8977/8/9
Salary $175 per week.
NEEDED URGENTLY:
Secretary that is computer
literate, articulate, honest
reliable, hardworking and
professional and well groomed.
ust have resume.
transportation a plus. Call 323-
1083/393-5980/426-5665.
NOW HIRING
Sales Cerk needed for clothing
stove. Seeking a hardworking,
responsible energetic and
honest industrial. Please call
326-4087.
ONE HANDYMAN NEEDED
CALL 328-2846.


NURSES AND NURSE AIDES
needed for home care nursing.
Contact 544-2957 or send mail
to: PO Box 51432, Nassau.
ONE GENERAL
MAINTENANCE WORKER.
PHONE 326-6293, 502-7961.
ONE HANDYMAN needed.
Phone 326-2166.
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
Position Available
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 Ritchie at
1-242-337-0056.
PERSONAL ASST needed.
Must be able to type 40wpm,
have own car, e-mail CV to:
masterscan@msn.com.
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.
PHYSIOTHERAPIST
UK trained, 5-yrs experience.
Especially neuro, paediatrics
and mobilization techniques.
Cont:Dr lan Kelly, 326-3810.
Receptionist
needed: Young between 17-
21, willing to learn, no
experience required but must
have pleasant speaking voice
and can "think on your feet".
Salary starting at $175.00.
Please respond to:
helpwantedb'ahamas@yahoo.c
om with ypur resume and cover
letter.
Marketing Assistant needed:
no experience necessary must
be between 17 and 21 eager to
leam-and wants to work hard
this is a salaried position.
SALESPERSON to sell
Hurricane Shutters work from
your home earn as much as
you desire 15% Commission on
all Sales. Free lance only.
Alibaba Home Security.
Ph/Fax 324-6007.
SECURITY OFFICERS (21-50)
needed for ALL shifts.
Excellent pay.
Call 323-7863 for details.
HOUSEMATE WANTED
Professional male looking quiet
and serious minded to share a
two bedroom flat in Stapledon
Gardens. $400 includes light
and water, washer and dryer.
Intemet available.
Call 556-9591/328-8311.


HELP WANTED

SITE ENGINEER REQUIRED
Qualified person must hold as a
minimum a BSC in Civil
Engineering and have at least 3
years experience in marine
construction. Interested
applicants should respond by
sending their resume to::
C3271 A, c/o The tribune, PO
Box N3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
TENDER DECKHAND
needed for Out-island tourist
operation. Requirements
include current STCW
certification, NIB Card, Drug
Test & Clean police record.. All
interested may call Site
Manager at 242.477.8839.
Serious inquiries only please
TO OUR VALUABLE
CUSTOMERS
Please be advised that
Femander's Renovation &
Maintenance Co Ltd.
No longer operates business
out of the office of
Isles of June Realty.
Contact us at Email:
framcoltd2006 @yahoo.com.
TRAINEE VETERINARY
ASSISTANT
Previous experience not
essential. Good opportunity for
one person who loves animals.
Send resume to Palmdale
Veterinary Clinic. PO Box SS-
6159, Fax 327-2173.
TROPICAL HOME DESIGNS
CO LTD
(HOUSE & LOT PACKAGES)
seeks energetic, enthusiastic
Sales Agent to show lots.
Commissioned only.
Must -have reliable
transportation. Benefits to
commensurate with experience.
323-0546/326- 5468.
URGENTLY NEEDED
NAIL TECHNICIAN
(CHRISTIAN) TO DO
NAIL ART.
Basic Salary and Commission.
PHONE 328-1250.
URGENTLY NEEDED:
Nail Technician (Christian) can
do nail art. Phone 328-1250;
WAITRESSES WANTED
URGENTLY
Drop off resume to
Dicky Mo's, Cable Beach after"
5pm everyday except
Wednesday.
WANT TO BECOME a part of
our construction apprenticeship
program we have customers
that call us just to build
foundations, block-up, construct
roofs, etc. Piece work only take
days you can learn how to
construct from the ground up.
Call 322-2692; Cell 456-7334.
WANTED MATURE LADY to
fill the vacancy of: Live-in
Housekeeper. Apply to PO Box
GT2401. Only serious persons
need apply.
WANTED: 2 caring, patient and
creative teacher with preschool
experience to work with special
needs kids. Serious enquiries
only. Contact Mrs Simms, 326-
5437.


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HELP WANTED

Are you Self Starter?
Are you highly Motivated?
* Are you the best of the best?
A born Leader?
* Can you run a daily operation
on your own?
Then we are looking for you!
WANTED URGENTLY:
Controller/Office Manager
H/R Manager Needed
Sales Agent Needed
Call# 6364247

BEAUTY HAVEN NAIL
SALON needs Nail
Technicians. Full time,
professionals. Please call
Kiesha, 393-8253, 325-1882.

WEB DEVELOPER/
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 graphic/interface
design.
*Full knowledge of intemet
Srotocols and TCP/IP and
AMP 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 Lt
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.
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, la all genres of
Gospel Musc and be available
to travel. Please call 436-5061
to arfange an audition.


HELP WANTED

CONSULTANT
PSYCHOTHERAPIST
OPENING
A local' international health
institute is seeking a highly
qualified consultant
psychotherapist who should
have the following experience:
-at least a Masters or Ph.D
degree in psychology or
counseling
-at least 5 years of experience
in psychotherapy
-experience in the
development of an employee
assistance programme and
consultation to business
corporations.
-experience in developing and
organizing outreach
psyschoscocis education
programmes including TV
and radio media.
-experience in life coaching
including nutritional, exercise
and life style.
experience in supervision and
teaching of psychotherapy
Would interested parties please
fax their resume to 242-327-
6140.
CUSTOM FRAMER NEEDED
Art Gallery requires
experienced picture framer.
Applicant must be reliable and
hard working individual with
good communication skills.
hone 325-7662. Fax 325-
7832.
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN
NEEDED Construction
company requires a versatile
electronic Technician with at
least 10 years experience at a
supervisory level. Interested
applicants should respond by
sending resume to: C3271 B,-
co The Tribune, PO BOX
N3027, Nassau, Bahamas.
EXCLUSIVE
NEW RESTAURANT
Needed: urgently Cashiers and
kitchen helpers $6-8 an hour.
Call 455-4031,
serious inquiries
EXPERIENCED, CREATIVE
LADY needed to make and sell
gift baskets. Floral experience a
plus. Phone 323-3345.
GARDENER WANTED.
PLEASE CALL 242-332-2955.
GARDENER WANTED.
PLEASE CALL 242-332-2955.
HANDYMANIGARDENER
needed for Nassau & Rose
Island. Salary $150 per week.
Call 324-2232.
HANDYMAN NEEDED.
SALARY $150 PER WEEK.
TEL 328-8653.
Nassau GymNastics is looking
for hard-working, responsible,
energetic people to train as part
time coaches for our program.
Must have reliable
transportation and must love
working with children. No
experience necessary. Please
call 364-8423 to schedule an
interview or send information
to nsssaunastics@yahoo.com.







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HELP WANTED
MAID needed 5-day $150
HANDYMAN needed. 5-day
week. Sal $175.
APPLY TO: PO Box 19964.
SCUBA INSTRUCTOR: Abaco
dive operation seeking full time
SCUBA instructor.
Experience/captain's license
preferred.
PADI/NAUI certification(s)
required. Fax: 801.760.8127.

BUSINESS
SERVICES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE
REPARIS & RENOVATIONS
SERVICE
"We can do just about anything,
one call repairs it All."
Call 242-535-7543, 364-58477

BULLS' SECURITY
Need Commercial/Residential
security?
Don't worry!
Need a private matter
investigated?
Don't worryll
Leave it to us.
Just call Bulls' @
392-2918, or 424-3465.
CHOICE PAINTERS
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Starting @ $399.00
Trucking Service available.
Tel 392-1194. Cell 636-4421
FOR ALL YOUR
SATELLITE AND COMPUTER
NEEDS CALL 328-0166
VIRUS SOFTWARE SALES
AND INSTALLATIONS,
UPGRADES, ETC.
SATELLITE PROGRAMMING
AND INSTALLATION ALSO
DONE.


BEES
Get RID of
Stinging Bees.

Call for price. 393-3939
HURRICANE SHUTTERS
Pay on Time
Bahama Colonial screw/clip-on
Alibaba Home Security
Ph/Fax: 324-6007.











MAKEOVER
AN ENTIRE ROOM
For just one small Fee
Starting prices
Bath rooms $275.00
(everything included
Larger rooms $2,000
(Interior decorating & fabrics
included)
Designs By: Lipif's Creative
Designs 426-8167.


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day of publication. Should the error inhibit response, credit will apply
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BUSINESS
SERVICES
SEASONAL BATHROOM
DESIGNS
3-pc Bathroom Rug Set
Shower Curtain
Window Curtain or Valance
Towel Set
Trash Bin set
Floral Design
ALL for $200.00
Contact Mrs Hartnell.
Tel: 502-2350
Cell: 436-3914.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT VICTIM?
Unfairly dismissed?
Land dispute?
Divorce proceedings?
Lawyer tuning you around?
Need a "good" lawyer but don't
know who to trust?
Call or write:
LEGAL REFERAL SERVICES at
535-1418, or PO Box N9559,
Nassau, Bahamas.
Guaranteed results or no Fee.
Wesite Site Designs
starting under $600. Church,
Civic and small businesses.
Get your business to the world.
Used Car Sales persons.
Calitoday on 394-7092.
Get logged on today.
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.


LAUJ OCECro AJD PtO
Housekeeper, Babysitter, or to
take care of an elderly or
disabled person, also willing to
do days work. Call 394-6983
ask for Monica. Can be
recommended.
LADY seeks job as live out
baby-sitter or to take care of
elderly days work on night. Call
326-1918.
MATURE LADY seeking job as
live-in babysitter or maid. Call
324-7316.
MATURE LADY seeking job as
live-out babysitter. Call 323-
3479.
MATURE LADY, 45 years
seeks job as maid. 394-2103,
326-5528.
MATURE, honest and reliable
lady seeks job full time as office
clerk, receptionist /secretary.
Has 3 years experience with
multi-office tasks is computer
literate has typing and excellent
communication skills. Available
to work 5 or 7 days a week and
willing to work over time. Tel
394-7803.
NEED MAID FOR A DAY OR
MORE CALL 327-5670.


POSITION
WANTED
A RELIABLE, MATURED lady
with own transportation seeks
days or babysitting.
Tel 544-1037.
A RESPONSIBLE, hard
working lady with .car seek days
work or babysitting. Please call
544-0127.
ATTRACTIVE YOUNG LADY
high school graduate seek
position as waitress, barmaid,
or cashier please call Tia @
322-3396 anytime.
MALE seeks job as general
worker, labourer, or to work as
a handyman in store or
business place. Also able to do
small repairs and servicing of
appliances. Can provide a good
recommendation. Call 394-
8605 and ask for Des.
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
seeks job in electronics store or
appliance store. Also able to do
repairs and servicing too. Can
be recommended. Call 394-
8605 and ask for Des.
HONEST YOUNG LADY seeks
employment will babysit, wash,
iron and cook if needed. Please
contact 341-7100.
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.
LADY with general seeks
weekly work as an
housekeeper, maid or to take
care of an elderly or disabled
person. Will do (1) one or more
days work and ironing too. Can
be well recommended. Call
356-0419 ask for Michelle.
LOOKING FOR A JOB TO
CARE FOR THE OLD.
MALE/FEMALE. NIGHT OR
DAY. TEL 325-6070,
CELL 544-4582.
MATRUE 42-YEAR-OLD
WOMAN, HARDWORKING,
WILLING AND HONEST,
SEEKS JOB AS A LIVE-IN
MAID/HOUSEKEEPER,
THE HOME, CHILDREN
AND/OR ELDERLY.
PLEASE CALL 393-6102.
MATURE LADY seeking job as
live-in babysitter or maid. Call
324-7316.

SPECIAL LADY looking for a
position Companion for elderly,
part time. Call after 10am or
after 6pm. Cell 535-9145, or
394-3325.
PRATICIAL NURSE seek.n,n
jib caring lor the elderly or
child care. 341-8993
LADY seek days or weekly job.
Tel 356-2248.
LADY looking for work weekly,
daily or live-in. You could
contact me after 5pm at 323-
5784.
LADY seeks job as live-out or
days work. Call 325-2822.


POSITION
WANTED

TEL 392-3043,636-8400
*PRIVATE COUNSELING
SERVICE FOR BROKEN
RELATIONSHIPS
*MAID/HOUSEKEEPER
SERVICES
*NEED YOUR HOUSES/APT
CLEAN
*STOP THAT CHEATING
HUSBAND/WIFE


*PRIVATE
SERVICE


SECURITY


*PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS
*NEED A JOB FAST, AND
ONE THAT CAN LAST


*CHEUFFEUR,
SERVIECS


ESCORT


*DONATE CASH CLOTHING
OR FOOD TO THE LESS
FORTUNATE
*NEED HOUSE APARTMENT
PAINTED? CALL US.
*DEPRESS CONFUSED OR
DISCOURAGE
CALL US 392-3043,636-8400

LADY seek job as
babysitter/housekeeper taking
care of elderly or days worker.
Call 392-6566;
YOUNG LADY seeking job
caring forchildren.
Tel 341-8993.


7am-5:50pm
COMBINE CURRICULUM &
FLAT SCREEN TEACHING.
VISIT US AT ANYTIME.
JOHNSON-ROAD
TEL 364-6238 426-0074.
PRIVATE TUTORING
7th-12th Graders
Especially for BJCs & BGCSEs
Exams, English Lang., Lit.,
Math, & Biology.
392-7376, 436-4100
Afternoon Classes,
Mon-Thurs, & Sat.
THE SPANISH CENTRE,
Spanish Fluency Course
For all ages
includingn infants to adults).
Call 394-3481.

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.


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PATIO SALE
HUGE PATIO SALE
Baby item, business suites
Teen and adult clothing &
shoes (most are brand new)
house hold & kitchen items.
Electronic, Avon Products,
Books, toys DVD's and much
more. everything must go!!
Direction: Off Prince Charles
Rd (Esso).
SATURDAY FEB 4,
8AM-12 NOON
TROPICAL GARDENS.
EVERYTHING MUST GO.
LEAVING THE ISLAND.
COMPUTER DESK, OFFICE
DESK, BOOK- SHELF,
WICKER SOFA, MICROWAVE,
QUEEN SIZE BOX SPRING
AND MATTRESS, 3 CELL
PHONES, WITH CHIPS, 14"
TV, DVD PLAYER, BRAND
NEW 72"X60" BLINDS, VCR,
TOASTER OVEN, POTS AND
PANS, OFFICE CHAIR,
BUREAU, MISC KITCHEN
ACCESSORIES, BLENDER,
CROCK POT, OIL LAMP,
ANSWERING MACHINE +
MUCH MORE.
CALL 565-6219, OR 327-6168
LEAVE A MESSAGE.

ARTICLES:
FOR SALE

30" GAS STOVE in very good
condition. $280. Call 394-2775.

30" gas stove in very good
condition $280. Call 394-2775.

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.

FOR SALE
Ceiling lights $10
Flood lights $110
Black end Tables 470
TI 302-1208(W), 326-6910(H)
FOR SALE
China Cabinet $350.00
2 Person Kayak $200.00
Bedroom Set $225.00
Queen Size Bed $200.00
Call 323-2156, (C) 423-4647,
426-9451
KODAK 4MP 12X zoom Digital
Camera. New $250.
Insignia 9" LCD DVD Player.
Like new $225.
Phone 535-5338.
MODERN STYLE grey Dining
Table Set, six leather chairs,
matching cabinet. $300. Tel
364-2002.


FREEZERS FOR SALE
12' Meat Display Freezer,
$2,250 ono
2 Dr Upright s/s Freezer,
$1,400 ono
Tel 323-4375
(Both in Good condition)





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ARTICLES
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
NEW 30" FRIDGE WHITE;
$450
30" GAS STOVE WHITE,
$350
CALL 423-0660.
PAYLESS
TODAY OT SUNDAY
Computer Complete w/Printer
$250
Computer Monitor $60
TV all sizes $70-450
Freezer upright $299
Microwave $70
Apt or Family Fridge$275
Microwave $70
Dryers Elec or Gas $275
GE Washer $250
GE Washer Dryer Stack $500
Filing Legal Cabinet 2 Drawers
$150
Filing Cabinet 4 Drawer Letters
$175
King Mattress Set $275
Exercise Bike $99
Treadmill Elec $250
Queen sofa Bed $250
Queen Sofa $150
Whtie 7 Drawer Burea $150
362-6040
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, good
condition, $225 including 2
controls and 1 memory: card.
Contact Annette at 326-3276,
or 394-1513.
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.
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.
FOR SALE
T-SHIRT PRINTING MACHINE
$500 ONO. PHONE 324-2193


Telephone,

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Treats: Aging Skin. Sun Damaged Skin. Dr Skin. Oil) Skin. Fine Lines,
wrinkless Brown Spots. Acne. Acne Scarring. Surgical Scar & lieloids

Telephone 322-3831
Ask for Dr Chinvere Carey-Bulard lMD
Certified Canadian Family Physician & Skin Care Specialist


MITSUBISHI


RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL -
Ductless Air Conditioning
& Heal Pump Systems i...
moe ConSoied4 ll-ed & nesg d ent
r. Slim(it Split-Ductless Systems
CITY MULTI VRFZ Systems
CENTRAL AIR UNITS


ISLAND
WINDSHIELDS &
AUTO SALE

We Supply and Install
Windshields Door glass Back glass Quarter glass
IVINDSHIELDS STATE AT $175.00
Lobest Plrces Guaranteed

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Wedding
Funeral
Banquet
& All Others
Special Occasions


4 ontaci:
Tel: 323-4967 Fax: 356-5005
E-mail:orangecreek@'coralwa\e.com


IF YOUR WISH IS To
SELL YOUR REAL ESTATE PROPERTY,
TH EN CALL US TO GET A FAIR VALUE AND
LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE FOR
QUICK; SALES ACTIVITY TODAY..

CURTIS HOMPSO




REAL ESTATE


SPortable Generator
Soil/Paving Compactor
3" Trash Pump w/hoses
Dewall & Black and Decker Drills
Dewall Grinder Recipricating Sow
Water main Pressure Test Pump
Heavy Duty Drop cord



S C & D TWENTY-FOUR
HOUR NURSING
SERVICES ENTERPRISE
-'Committed & Dedicated To Care
We ofler reliable nome care nursing services lor the
management of acule and chronic illnesses, appropnaled
to suiI your health care need;
We provi,,e Nurses and Nurse A-des
Call: 242-544-2957 or
Email: cd24hournursing@hotmail.com, or
Send mail to: PO Box 51432

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


WE AT
CURTIS THOMPSON REAL ESTATE
PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL REPORTS QUICKLY
(NORMALLY WITHIN 24 HOURS).
WE HAVE OVER THIRTY-SEVEN (37) YEARS EXPERIENCE ON
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Vernique's Variety Store
SNEW YEAR'S SALE
20% 50% OFF SELECTED ITEMS
F'IR .sLL ICCr SI N
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_ TELFAX: 356-7147


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FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
THREE SERVICES SUNDAYS
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM
PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
WEDDINGS, FUNERALS
Just call the numbers listed,
I'll personally handle your request.


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


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(242) 393-5798, (242) 323-6452
"Come and Worship. "


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

Tel: 364-6238 / 426-0074


NEED NO CASH! RPA Offers From $50-$500
FAST EASY APPROVALS
Government Employees need Salary Deauclor.
Reaurements
Job Lenrer Passpon or Dnier s Licerce NIB 12 recent pay luve i
Salary Deduclion Form to be Slamped By Payroll Depl Immediate lunas

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OFFERS LANGUAGE COURSES AND TRANSLATION SERVICES
SAll levels -COurses lr official certlrica elon
Language fo specific purposes Worksnops for language teachers
special courses for children (after-school study help)
BGCSE convera ional groupl practice


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

Call325-9,41 38e :09


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

Money Safe. Money Fast.


Money Grm.
International Money Transfer

I Bank of The Bahamas
SINTbRNATIONAL
Online at Bwan*BauamasOnlim eomn





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

COMPANY CLEANERS
DARON McPHEE
CLEANING SPECIALIST
"I will get your carpet; tiles; upholstery and windows bob-
bly clean and freshly"
TELEPHONE: (242)323-5323
CELLULAR: 422-0748
*FAX: 325-2367
PO BOX N-9715
ws FINLAYSON STREET

GLOBAL BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
GO GLOBAL ESTABLISH YOUR OWN WEBSITE WHICH
WE DESIGN AND HOST. DOUBLE YOUR SALES THROUGH
AN EXCLUSIVE INTERNET MARKETING PLAN.
OVERSEAS CONNECTIONS FOR ALL KINDS OF
PROFESSIONAL ADVISERS SERVICES. CONSULTANTS. ETC.
BUSINESS CONNECTIONS FOR FRANCHISES. LICENCES.
AGENCIES AND MONEY-MAKING OPPORTUNITIES, ETC.
COMMERCIALSERVICES GROUP LTD.
Phone 326-1637
Email: gcnbeh@aol.com.


,PeltronaL,.
MaiL service
Need A Mail Box?
H1e luve one for you
Tired of nt getang our mail?
WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR
for just $2.50 per week
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T- A r Fa P E
NEED.TO SEND MONEY TO LOVED ONES,
INTERNATIONAL WIRE TRANSFERS
LOCATED BEHIND DUNKIN DONUTS
DOWNTOWN
CALL US 323-0567 OR 8



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PROVIDER IN THE BAHAMAS


SUPPORT
SERVICE
SALES


CAR
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Driven for Dependability
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SAL I' sTO..
LIMOUSINE SEDAtN, ROLLS ROYCE & SUV
AIR CONDITION AND RADIO DISPATCH .
Home Op The Navigator Stretch

THEOLOGY &

COUNSELING
Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate.
one Course, One Weekend per month
VISION INT'L UNIVERSITY
Accredited and M.O.E. Registered
Details: 327-0667 / 424-3330


WEB HOSTING AND DESIGN-
Now Available in the Bahamas
Dh011ietuee Ld
now offers Weib Hosting, Emails, Web Design,
e vice and Suppor. .

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


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INGRAHAM'S AUTO IN OAKES FIELD
call: 357-8888 NOWi -


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US & Canada
$75 per month


Unlimited


How does it work9
Just Dial 1-800-389-0239& enter your Pit


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Required
No Credit Card
No Call Back.
No Gadgets to
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Restaurant S Pub -Open Daily Live By Saielite English Premier Soccer
Cnrcket. Rugoy etc
SERVING Shepard Pie Cracked Conch Bangers & Mash -Chicken
Pot Pie Grouper Fingers Fried Chicken *Sleak & Kidney Pie *
Sealood Planer Soup Sandwicnes Salaas Drall Beer Stella -
Fosters Becks and Full Bar Airconadloned Bar Ouldoor Palio
Location Haynes Oval West Bay SI Oppo Arawak Cay
Tel 326-4720
CIKT-SOUHARCNv AS TRLA


PAYLOADER, BACKHOE, CRANE &
TRACTOR SERVICES
Specializing in:- Soil, Sand, Fill, Cracker Dust,
2/4 Rock, Land Clearing. Ceipite/Foundation Trenching
Concrete Pouring, Tractor Rental
Tel: 323-4346 Eve 392-0196 P.O. Box N7309
Fax: 356-7354 Mr Carl Missick Manager



We install sprinkler systems starting at
S499 Labour. Parts may be another
$200, depending upon lawn size.
FREE ESTIMATES.
ALL: 357-8u8U8
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mac
consultants


Tel:
Fax:


393-3127
341-6928


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
FLAMINGO EXPRESS
322-2347


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or the rntire 6-164 ai .' for
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VICTORIA COURT
Spa-coujs $bi '.ih 00
*q ft 2rd f.lor :.'pmtricrrl
Open pla. li-. n'ldirong a.ni
1litchers Do. tir.n Colorral
buil,j~rg -.rtl torI ele.-atrx S
gated $240,(.iC) Il 48
Mark Hus'e1. 242 4'5- 4i8



SANDYPORT, NASSAU
SBeautif -1 4 bed taah horne
on i t-ja roni lot al. i.h pri
e dec~k Lar,e src,-jr,d tic,-,:.
bcrorn .',cFfice Secue
gated comrurvsty; $985.000.
#2864 Richard Sawyer
8 242.359.0367


OLD FORT BAY CANALFRONT A casual yet
sophisticated ambience infuses this 4 bedroom 5 1/2
bath Colonial style home. Expansive verandahs, lush
landscaped grounds, swimming pool, small beach and pri-
vate dock. Private gated community worth Clubhouse.
US$1.950,000. #3055 Richard Sawyer: 242.359.0367


LOTS 6 ACREAGE
YAMACRAW ROAD Residential and multi-family lots 10%
down. Financing available. Prices start at $82,000.
WESTWINDS Duplex lots 60' x 100' from $80,000.
E L!. 'TH ERA .25 acre op. beach, deeded beach access $97,000.
EASTERN ROAD Large 17,432 sq.ft lot. $365,000.
C o AL HAR BOU 2 lots, 150' canalfront x 110'. $425,000.
Porr NEW PROVIDENCE Canalfrontlot 115'x 133'$575,000.
LYFORD CAY Prime residential lot, 150'x 150'.$625,000,
LovE ESTATES Beachfront 37,395 sq. ft. lot. $814,000.
WEST BAY STREET 6.5 Acres commercial. $2,400,000.
ELEUTHERA 487 acres with 5,000 feet of beachfront. Offered
for sale at $9,000,000.


RENTALS
SANDYPORT Beach Lane 2 bed 2 bath apartment $3.000.
SANDYPORT Clipper Island 2b 2.5b. dock space. $3,300,
LITTLE BLAIR 3b 2.5b family home with pool. $3,500.
PROSPECT RIDG 3b newly renovated townhouse. $3,700.
TREASURE COVE Furnished 4b 2b family home with pool,
private garden, generator and water pressure system. Gated
community. Available Now. $4,500.
PARADISE Is. Begant townhouse 4 bed 3.5 bath. $5,000.
SANDYPORT Island cottage Govemor's Cay. $5,500.
SANDYPORT Brand new townhouse 3 bed 3,5 bath. $5,500.
TUscU LUM Beautifully fumished 3b 3b house wiprivate pool,
s.iperior finishes, seaviews. $5,500.


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