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Kde consulate


Congressmen


call for inquiry


after beating of

US journalist


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
THREE US Congressmen
have sent letters to US Secre-
tary of State Condoleezza Rice
and US Ambassador John
Rood requesting an investiga-
tion into the beating of an
American reporter at the
Carmichael Road Detention
Centre.
The letter came as several
dozen Cuban Americans
protested in front of the
Bahamas Consulate in Miami
yesterday.
Foreign Affairs Minister Fred
Mitchell during an appearance
on ZNS news last night advised
Bahamians travelling to South
Florida to exercise caution dur-
ing this "tense" period.
Copies of the letters sent to
The Tribune from the office of
US Congress Member Ileana
Ros-Lehtinen expressed con-
cern over the incident and
called for Secretary Rice and
Ambassador Rood to ensure
that the "perpetrators of this
violence be held accountable
for their actions."
"We have received infor-
mation regarding the detain-
ment and aggression against
several members of our com-
munity's local media who
travelled from Miami to the
Bahamas following the story


* MARIO Vallejo after the
incident
of several Cuban nationals
detained in the Bahamas.
"We have been informed that
the group of reporters travelled
to the Bahamas to film and
obtain information regarding
several Cuban refugees that are
currently detained on the island.
We understand that while they
were filming the detention cen-
tre they were attacked and
injured by several guards at the'
facility, some have been admit-
ted to a hospital for emergency
treatment while others were
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* CUBAN Americans protest outside the Bahamas Consulate in Miami at the detention of
Cuban nationals at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre
(Photo: Miami Herald)

Police 'erring on the side of caution'
in investigation into photographs


* By PAUL TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
CHIEF Superintendent of
Police Hulan Hanna said that
police are actively investigating
the emergence of photographs
depicting abuse against two
prison inmates at Her
Majesty's Prison in Fox Hill.
However he warned that
they are "erring on the side of
caution" as they have some
questions about the images.
"Certainly this is an offence
against natural justice when
persons are in the custody of
the state that they appear to
not be take care of or given


the best possible care.
"That being said we have to
err on the side of caution
because there is no certainty
as to who these persons may
be. And I don't think anyone
can say factually that that is
the prison."
Mr Hanna said, however,
that if in fact it is the prison
and that the persons shown
gagged and bleeding on the
floor are in fact prisoners, "a
number of questions" need to
be answered.
The Ministry of National
Security is continuing its inves-
tigations into the photos show-
ing two men shackled and


naked on the blood smeared
floor of what appears to be a
holding cell.
The ministry and police are
seeking to determine if the
images are those taken of
prison inmates Barry Parcoi
and Forrester Bowe, after the
two attempted to escape.
Bowe and Parcoi were among
four inmates who staged a dar-
ing prison break from the max-
imum security wing on January
17, in which one prison guard
and an inmate were both killed.
Human rights activists have
expressed shock at the photos
and called for immediate
action from government.


Police called after disturbance

on Nassau to New York flight
A distrubance on a Spirit air- created a "big disturbance", craft and no one had left the
line flight from Nassau to New which resulted in the flight plane at the time.
York yesterday forced author- crew calling ahead to request It was later reported on CBS
ities to call for police assistance, police assistance before land- Channel 4 television news tha
According to a report on the ing at LaGuardia Airport. the woman tried to open the
CBS network news' website CBS also reported that door of the plane while it was
cbs4.com, a woman passenger police were on board the air- still in flight.


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Juror jailed for
contempt
A JUROR in the Mario
Miller murder trial has been
sentenced to 14 days in prison
for contempt of court after
being accused of "gross inter-
ference" by the judge.
SEE page two

Kingsway still on
alert after 'riot'
KINGSWAY Academy
remained on full security alert
Yesterday after Tuesday's dis-
turbance in which outsiders
started a violent brawl on school
premises.
SEE page three

Man 'left homeless
by Social Services'
FREEPORT A displaced
resident at Royal Oasis Resort
claims he was evicted and left
homeless on the streets by
Social Services and Defence
Force officials.


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* By NATARIO MCKENZIE
A JUROR in the Mario
Miller murder trial has been
sentenced to 14 days in prison
for contempt of court after
being accused of "gross inter-
ference" by the judge.
Justice Anita Allen handed
down the ruling on Lana Bain
yesterday afternoon, saying she
was convinced that Bain was
aware that Ryan Beneby was the
brother of accused murderers
Ryan Miller and Ricardo Miller.
Justice Allen told the court
she believed the sworn and
unchallenged testimony of a
witness who indicated that the
work relationship between Bain
and Beneby called for close and
constant interaction.
The judge said she was also
convinced that Bain one of
the nine women initially picked
to the 12-member jury -
intended not to adhere to the
oath she took when she was
selected.
Justice Allen said that the
juror's actions amounted to
"gross interference" with jus-
tice and that her ruling would
demonstrate the seriousness of
the court.
Bain appeared before Justice
Anita Allen yesterday morning
to give reason why she should
not be held in contempt of court
and punished for failure to dis-
close that she knew the brother
of the accused men.
The trial of the brothers
began on January 16.
Justice Allen was expected to,
give her summary of the case ear-
lier this week, but the trial had to
be thrown out when it was dis-
covered that Bain had a work-
ing relationship with Beneby.
On Monday, Justice Allen
dismissed the jurors and now
the case will be retried, which
will mean calling nearly 30 per-
sons to the witness stand again.
Bain, who was represented by
lawyer Sidney Collie,.denied that
she, had a close working rela-.
tionship with Brian Beneby.
She told Justice Allen that at


the hotel where she works as a
food and beverage waitress, she
had spoken to Beneby "maybe
once or twice".
Bain denied that she worked in
close proximity to Beneby or had
extended conversations with him
during the three years he worked
at the hotel as a lifeguard.
Attorney Bernard Turner
questioned whether the juror
had not seen any facial simi-
larities between Brian Beneby
and the accused men Ryan and
Ricardo Miller.
Bain replied "no" and stated
that she had never seen Beneby
take the witness stand or appear
in court.
She said that if.she had, she
would have told prosecutors
that she recognized him.
Justice Allen questioned her
as to whether, after 15 days of
sitting as a juror and hearing
the name Ryan Beneby brought
up several times, she did not
think that she knew a Brian and
that he might be the one.
Bain said "no", adding that
she "did not know Brian like
that and did not even know his
last name".
Brian Beneby's name was
brought up several times dur-
ing the trial.
Evidence given by police
Inspector Ricardo Taylor indi-
cated that on June 26, he autho-
rised that a white Nissan Sunny
registered to Brian Beneby be
towed from Nassau Interna-
tional Airport to the criminal
records compound.
Police corporal 88 Kervin
Jones, of the criminal records
office, testified that on July 3,.
2002, he was given keys to the
same vehicle and while search-
ing the car, discovered a small
amount of suspected blood on
the inside of the door panel on
the passenger side.
Testimony suggested that the
vehicle in question was the car
that the accused Ricardo Miller
was dri% ing in July, 2002.
According to a US DNA
expert, the victim's blood was
found in the car.


of court


* LANA Bain


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* MINISTER of Trade and Industry Leslie Miller standing with his daughter, Yasmine Miller..
Johnson, outside the Supreme Court complex on Bank Lane yesterday after a jurorin the trial
of the men accused of Mario Miller's death was found in contempt of court ..
(Photos: Franklyn Ferguson)


* In brief

Tourists

charged

with drug

offences

* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Three Ameri-
can tourists were arraigned in
Freeport Magistrate's Court on
drug possession charges in con-;
nection with the discovery of
$120,000Qworth-of cocaine at-
Lucayan Harbour over the
weekend.
Appearing before Magistrate
Subu LaSalle were Kimberly
Sanders, 20, of Smyrna, Gebr-
gia; Zealretta James, 32, of
Atlanta, Georgia, and Dexter
Johnson, 29, of East Point,'
Georgia.
The trio pleaded not guilty to
charges of possession of danf-
gerous drugs with the intent to
supply and taking preparatory
steps to export dangerous drugs
from the Bahamas on February'
4.
Attorneys K Brian Hanna
and Dion Smith represented the
Americans, who were each'
granted bail in the amount of
$10,000 cash. The matter was
adjourned to June 12,2006.

Man faces
three
robbery
charges

A 28-YEAR-OLD resident
of Candlefish Street was
charged with three counts of
robbery in Freeport.
Asher Russell pleaded: not:
guilty to robbing Dorene Rus-
sell of $400 cash, Shanna Martin
of $40 cash, and Eulease J
Mullings of $100 cash at Sheer
Essence Beauty Salon on Feb-
ruary 2.
Russell as granted $8;000'
bail with one surety. The matter:
was adjourned to Ju'ne 19 for
trial.


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0 In brief


Festival for

cruise ship

passengers

cancelled

THE Ministry of Tourism has
announced that "due to exten-
uating circumstances" a week-
end cultural event planned for
Rawson Square has been can-
celled.
In an earlier release, the min-
istry announced that a "musi-
cal and cultural extravaganza"
known as Bay Fest would bring
downtown Nassau to life every
second Saturday beginning Feb-
ruary 11.
The Royal Bahamas Police
Force Band and various
Bahamian musicians were to be
featured as part of the event.
Native food and drinks were
to be on sale, and a children's
corner was to be set up to pro-
vide activities such as rope
jumping, face painting, scooter
rides, "hoopla" and ring play.
The highlight of the event
was to be a junkanoo rush-out.
The idea behind Bay Fest was
to make a more varied experi-
ence of Nassau available to
weekend cruise passengers.
The ministry gave no further
explanation for the cancellation.

64-year-old

dies after

traffic

accident

* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter

FREEPORT A'64-year-old
woman died early Wednesday
morning after sustaining seri-
ous injuries in a traffic accident
on Grand Bahama Highway
Tuesday.
Freetown resident Ethel
Cooper Higgs was driving her
Nissan Platina, license 37559,
around 4.20pm on Tuesday east
on Grand Bahama Highway
when the accident occurred.
According to police reports,
Mrs Higgs was attempting to
overtake in the vicinity of the
water tanks when she lost con-
trol of her vehicle, which skid-
ded off the road and overturned
several times in the pine forest.
Passersby in the area stopped
and helped Mrs Higgs from the
wreckage. She was taken by
ambulance to the Rand Memo-
rial Hospital, where she was
admitted in serious condition
to the Intensive Care Unit.
However, Mrs Higgs died of
her injuries early on Wednes-
day. Her death is the second
traffic fatality for the year on
Grand Bahama..

Passenger

in serious

condition

after crash

A WOMAN is in hospital in
serious condition after the vehi-
cle in which she was a passenger
overturned on Coral Road.
The accident occurred around
8.23am on Tuesday, involving a
blpe Ford Festiva driven by
Kelsey Dorsette of 10 Seabreeze
Apartments and a Ford Ranger
truck driven by Lincoln Dawkins.
Initial investigations revealed
that Dawkins was travelling
north on Coral Road, and while
turning onto Peridot Place,
Dorsett collided with his truck
as he attempted to overtake.
Dorsett's vehicle overturned
on impact. Shirley Lauriston, a
passenger in Dorsett's vehicle,
sustained injuries. She was tak-
en to Rand Memorial Hospital,
where she is in stable condition.
Early morning showers may
have also contributed to the
traffic accident.

Three men

rob KFC at

gunpoint

Grand Bahama Police are


investigating an armed robbery
that occurred at a Kentucky
Fried Chicken restaurant in
Eight Mile Rock on Tuesday
evening.
Three armed masked men
entered the establishment
around 8.15pm and robbed the
employees of $615 cash. No
shots were fired and no one was
injured in the ordeal.
Police are investigating the
matter. They are appealing to
anyone with information to call
police at 352-1919, 352-9774/5
or 911.


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2006, PAGE 3






Kingsway still on alert after 'riot'


* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter

KINGSWAY Academy
remained on full security alert
yesterday after Tuesday's dis-
turbance in which outsiders
started a violent brawl on
school premises.
Principal of the Kingsway
high school George Baxter
said that police are making
periodic checks on the school
and that access to the campus
has been restricted.
"We continue to have tight
security at the school," he said.
Mr Baxter confirmed that
an altercation developed
between students and a group
of outsiders who had arrived
with a parent.
Yesterday Kingsway stu-
dents-contacted The Tribune
expressing concerns that a sim-
ilar situation to Tuesday's may
occur again.
According to witness
reports, a "riot" erupted after
a ninth-grade student on
crutches was beaten down by
an older student.
Witnesses claim that the 13-
year-old boy called his parents
for help, who arrived a short
time afterwards with a group
of men.
One student said she had
heard reports of threats that
the men who had disrupted the
school on Tuesday intended to
return with guns and "finish
the business."
A mother, who has two chil-


dren at Kingsway, said she is
"very concerned" about the
safety of her children.
However, she said that she
"won't be held hostage by one
incident" and will continue to
send her children to Kingsway.
In a press statement issued
yesterday by Kingsway Acad-
emy, high school principal Mr
Baxter said the disturbance
occurred after the parents of
two male students were invited
to come to the school to talk
about an incident between
their sons.
Mr Baxter said that "at no
time was there a riot by teach-
ers or students" and that there
were no serious injuries.
Witnesses to the incident on
Tuesday told The Tribune that
"steel poles and '2 x 4s'" were
used in a fight which escalated
into "total chaos."
Mr Baxter in his statement
said that the father of the stu-
dent who alleged that he was
the victim in the initial fight,
had his construction company
crew with him when he arrived
at the school.
"This father asked for the
alleged perpetrator and
attempted to find him in the
rooms of the office area with-
out success," he said.
Mr Baxter said that the
father then entered the high
school quadrangle "where an
altercation developed between
two other male members of
the student body and members
of his work crew in which


M PARENTS are locked
outside Kingsway Academy
on Tuesday morning
(Photo: Felipe Major/
Tribune staff)

implements were used to inflict
blows on students."
He said that the fight was
quickly broken up and order
restored at the school before
police arrived.
Mr Baxter added that the
elementary school was not
"unduly disturbed."
The matter continues to be
under police and school inves-
tigation.


MP's son among accused


as murder trial begins


* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE murder trial involv-
ing the son of South Andros
MP Whitney Bastian
opened in the Supreme
Court yesterday.
The nine-woman, three-
man jury was sequestered by
Justice Jon Isaacs, who gave
them yesterday afternoon
and last night to take care
of personal affairs. They are
to return to court today at
10am and will remain in
seclusion thereafter for the
duration of the trial.
Six men: Don Bastian, son
of Whitney Bastian; Derek
Bastian; Raymond Hepburn;
Neil Prosper; Jerome Bast-
ian and Jeffrey Miller, are
accused, being concerned
together, of the May 12,
2001 murder of Peter Clark.
The men, who are all on
bail, are also charged with
the attempted murder of
John Moxey.
It is alleged that they
caused the death of Clark
and attempted to murder
Moxey during an altercation
outside Travellers Rest
restaurant in Mangrove Cay,
Andros.
The first witness to take




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the stand was Detective Corpo-
ral Kervin Jones of the Police
Criminal Detective Unit
(CDU).
While being questioned by
prosecutor Cheryl Grant-Bethel,
Mr Jones said that on May 12,
2001 he received information
about an alleged murder;. .:
He said that he left Nassau
for Mangrove. Cay, the same
day, accompanied by two other
officers. ".
DC Jones said that at around
10.30am, he visited the Trav-
ellers Rest restaurant at Little
Harbour, Mangrove Cay and
spoke with a police sergeant.
As a result of the informa-
tion he received and acting on
instructions, DC Jones said he
took a series of photographs of
a scene at around 5pm.


He told the court that at the
Mangrove Cay Police Station
on the same day, he saw and
spoke with the six defendants,
whom he named.
DC Jones said that he told
the .,efendants that their clothes
\\ere needed for forensic analy-
sis. He said the six men had no
objection to this, and that the
Sclothes,were.packaged, labelled
Sand signed -
. :Mri Jones said he also collect-
ed swab samples of blood from
a self-drive car.
,,On May, 14, he said,,he
returned to Nassau and visited
the police forensic lab where
items were handed over to offi-
cer 123 Rolle for analysis:
The proceedings were
adjourned to 10 o'clock this
morning.


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EDITOR, The Tribune

WHEN taking the oath of
office, politicians promised
without fear or favour to be fair
in serving the public in the exe-
cution of their constitutional
duties. With this present PLP
government, an additional
promise of transparency and
accountability was made. This is
the standard expected from a
government "of the people, by
the people and for the people!"
Regrettably, all too often gov-
ernments innocently or delib-
erately fall short of their com-
mitted expectations and do
some stupid and dumb things.
Minister of Local Govern-
ment Alfred Gray deserves full
credit for making what .in my
opinion is one of the dumbest
decision made by a Bahamian
politician. His decision result-
ed in near riotous conditions in
otherwise peaceful Harbour
Island. Minister Gray's decision
to overrule a decision made by
his own Local Government
Council has been met with stiff
resistance. Issue has been taken
with Minister Gray's approach
in the handling of this matter.
Yes, the Local Government
Act gives the Minister the final
authority in Local Government
matters, but Minister Gray,
being the astute attorney that
he is, must realise that any final
decision by itself must also take
into account the rules of natur-
al justice and provisions of the
Constitution of the Bahamas.
There is a duty to act fairly and
all sides must be heard. There-
fore, unless these other factors
are taken into account, a deci-
sion by Minister Gray or any
other government authority is
not final and, in my opinion,
cai be'legally challenged.
The controversial facts
around this issue concerns an
application of a Harbour
Islander, Ms Rosie Roberts to
construct a vendor stall on a
facility known as "The Ramp"
in Harbour Island. By defini-
tion, a vendor's stall is of a par-
ticular dimension and material,
around 10" x 10" usually made
of plywood. Therefore, the
Local Councillors had no diffi-
culty in approving this applica-
tion. However, what happened
next was chaos. Instead of the
standard vendor's stall, Ms
Roberts submitted an applica-
tion for a two-storey building
to be constructed on The Ramp.
What is even more interesting is
the fact that this application was
not at the original site awarded
to Ms Roberts. With this appli-
cation being denied on at least
two occasions by the local gov-


ernment, Ms Roberts then
appealed to Minister Gray who
ruled in her favour.
What is so special about The
Ramp is its history, cultural, social
and economic value to the com-
munity of Harbour Island, for
over 200 years. This Ramp was
used to launch newly constructed
boats because of a deep channel
near the shore in the days when
Harbour Island was a major boat
building centre. It has also served
as a port for seaplanes over the
years and was instrumental in the
development of the Harbour
Island tourism industry, now
determined to be the best in the
region. In addition, The Ramp is
used extensively by fishermen,
ferry boat operators, watersports
enthusiasts and other related
activities. In times of hurricane
or other emergencies, The Ramp
is used to quickly take boats out
of the water. This is critical as
hundreds of persons from the
mainland of Eleuthera would
need to be quickly transported
back to the mainland. So many
persons are dependent upon the
Ramp as this is the only area
available for these activities in
this area of Harbour Island.
This Ramp is only 100" x 80".
Herein lies the problem. 60" of
The Ramp has been given to
the Valentine's Yacht Club (a
foreign entity) for parking and
storage. Ms Roberts' claim of
30" would mean a mere 10" for
all the above mentioned activi-
ties. This is both impractical and
outrageous as some boats and
trailers cannot fit through such
a small space. The benefit to
one or two individuals cannot
be at the expense and inconve-
nience of the masses. Further-
more, these displaced persons
have nowhere else to go as no
other site that can perform such
functions is available. For the
government to construct such a
site could literally cost the
Bahamian taxpayer millions of
dollars. This is absolutely crazy
and any sensible politician
should know that this is a situa-
tion to leave alone, unless there
is another agenda or some oth-
er activity that the public is
unaware of!
This past weekend, the stuff
hit the fan. On what .was a
solemn day for Harbour Island
as they bid farewell at a home-.
going service to one of the most
decent and holiest men 'Briland
has ever produced, Bishop
Lenny Sweeting, there were


those who chose.to perform
what I consider a disgraceful
and shameful act in a cowardly
manner. Right after the service
began at 11am while everyone
was at the service, the destrud-
tion of The Ramp began to pre-
pare for the construction of Ms
Roberts' building. Concerned
persons who rushed to the scene
were met with a strong police
presence who forcibly removed
persons, boats, trailers and oth-
er equipment from The Ranip.
No notice had been given to the
boat owners to relocate. Fortu-
nately, cool heads prevailed and
a further disaster was avoided
when persons did not take the
law into their own hands..
In his defence Saturday
evening, Minister Gray further
complicated matters when ihe
made several statements on
Radio Bahamas, which, for
those' close to the situation,
knew to be untrue. First of all,
he stated that only a few per-
sons opposed this construction.
The fact is that the vast majori-
ty of Harbour Islanders are
against it. He stated that Ms
Roberts' property "abutted"
(adjacent to) The Ramp. The
fact is that it is squarely on The
Ramp. Minister Gray also stat-
ed, or implied, that the Harbour
Island Local Government Coun-
cil had approved and signed off
on this plan. This is simply not
true. Reportedly, a building per-
mit has been issue without the
knowledge or consent of Local
Government Councillors by
Administrator Alexander Flow-
ers. No one knows what is being
built! Also of concern is the fact
that a cesspit is being dug just a
few feet away from where'tihe
fishermen clean their fish and
conch. Has the Ministry of Envi-
ronmental Health:approved
this? Remember the conch poi-
soning at Potters Cay Dock?
The tremendous sadness in
all this is that both Minister
Gray and Prime Minister Perry
Christie have been kept abreast
of the situation at the Ramp
and its significance. Maybe they
are unfamiliar as to what,is
going on. However, this is
unlikely as they have on at least
one occasion visited the site and
have been fully informed by
Local Government officials. For
this assault on Harbour Island's
history, culture, and econom-
ics, the good people of Harbour
Island are now demanding the
unconditional resignation of
Minister Gray!
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o In brief

21-year-old

charged

with rape

A 21-year-old Elizabeth
Estates man appeared in Mag-
istrate's Court to be charged in
connection with the alleged
rape of a 21-year-old woman.
Lavardo Butler was not
required to enter a plea to the
charge, which alleged that he
committed the offence of rape
on Tuesday January 31.
' Butler, who appeared before
magistratee Marilyn Meers at
Court Five, Bank Lane, was
granted bail in the sum of
$10,000. The case was ad-
journed to June 6.

Four in

,court after

break-in

SFOUR Grand Bahama men
,were charged with several
,ffences in connection with a
break in at Shoreline Develop-
ment Community in Lucaya.
Freeport residents Trevor
Forbes, 21, Clayton Powell, 20,
Preston Bowe, 18, and Chet
Pryce, 19, were charged with
intentionally and unlawfully
causing harm to Dolly McDon-
ald.at Shoreline on September
5,2005.
They were also charged with
breaking and entering Ms
McDonald's home around
4.30am on September 6 while
armed with a handgun.
S The men were also accused
of robbing McDonald of a $500
safe, a $3,000 laptop computer,
a $75 phone, a $40 Vonage
phone adapter and $150 cash.
The men were not required
to enter a plea. The matter was
adjourned to May 29 for pre-
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Social Services left him homeless


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT A displaced
resident at Royal Oasis Resort
claims he was evicted and left
homeless on the streets by
Social Services and Defence
Force officials.
Labourer Gordon King, a
former resident of Eight Mile
Rock, was among the 300 res-
idents last October who were
initially provided with tempo-
rary housing at the resort by
the government after Hurri-
cane Wilma.
Mr King, who is also a
father, was assigned one of the
74 rooms at the resort's com-
pound located just south of
Ranfurly Circus. It was the
place he called home until
Tuesday evening when a
Defence Force official
informed him that he had
received an eviction letter from
Social Services.
"I had just picked up my son
from school to spend some
time with him when I was told
I had to leave," said Mr King,
who says he has nowhere stay.
"I left with the clothes on
my back and I-took my tooth-
brush, but I left my belongings
there because I have no place
to take them to," he said.
Mr King said after he hand-


ed over his keys to the officer
he went to a social worker sta-
tioned at the compound to find
out why he was being evicted.

Assistance

He claims that the social
worker had informed him that
her superiors had said that his
letter for rental assistance for
alternative accommodations
had already been processed
and that he was supposed to
be out of the resort.
However, Mr King stated
that even though he had sub-
mitted a letter for rental assis-
tance he had not been able to
find an apartment.
When The Tribune contact-
ed Mrs Paula Marshall, assis-
tant deputy director of Social
Services in Freeport, she told
the reporter that she could not
comment on the matter.
At a press conference last
week, Mrs Marshall reported
that government had spent
$406,500 in rent, food, and gen-
eral assistance to affected hur-
ricane residents. She also not-
ed that Social Services had
committed to providing an
additional $185,000 for rental
assistance on Grand Bahama.
The number of residents
remaining at Royal Oasis has


significantly declined in the low
double digits, and plans are to
have all remaining residents
out of the resort by the end of
the month.
Last Friday, Tourism Min-
ister Obie Wilchcombe had
announced that a sale for the
Royal Oasis Resort could be
forthcoming this week.
Many of the displaced resi-
dents have found alternative
accommodations in the com-
munity and others have moved
in with close relatives.
Mr King said that he does
not want to be a burden to his
relatives. He is sleeping in his
vehicle for the time being.
"I was able to find an apart-
ment, but I am still waiting on
Social Services for rental assis-
tance so I can move in," he
said.
"I gave them a letter from
the landlord requesting help
from them and they told me
that as soon as the cheque
come they will give it to the
landlord, but that hasn't hap-
pened yet."
Mr King said the situation
is very frustrating and mental-
ly stressful.
"I feel just like I am going
through the storm all over
again," he said.
"It is just upsetting because I
have nowhere live," he said.


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ALMOST a year has passed
since Customs officials
announced that they were
launching an investigations
into hundreds of thousands of
dollars worth of un-taxed
goods found in North Andros
- yet to date, no updates have
been issued to the public.
In March 2005, when The
Tribune broke the story about
allegations of a largescale,
"syndicate like" Customs
scam in Andros, officials
responded by saying they
would look into the matter.
Sources had claimed that
luxury cars, motorcycles, pal-
lets of alcohol and high speed
boats were being imported to
North Andros un-taxed, and
then shipped to New Provi-
dence.
At the time, one source
called it the tip of an "iceberg"
of Customs collection abuses
on the island.
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toms officers and police from
New Providence flew to
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ernment dock in Morgan's
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smugglers were tipped off -
as pallets of rum and other
alcoholic beverages were
found "washed up" on the
shore of Joseph Cay.
Joseph Cay is just north of
Morgan's Bluff, on the ship-


ping route that cargo barges
must pass in order to land at
the government dock.
According to reliable
sources in Andros, these activ-
ities have been going on for
almost 10 years. They said it
has become an efficient sys-
tem, in which items come pre-
wrapped in black tape and are
falsely labelled.
In some instances, the trail-
ers are allegedly are not exam-
ined, but are shipped onward
to New Providence unvalued,
and un-checked.
Minister of State for
Finance with responsibility
for Customs James Smith said
that the Customs authorities
have not reported to his
department on their investi-
gations, but promised that he
would look into the matter to
see what has been done.
Last year, a raid performed
on March 31 in the Morgan's
Bluff area resulted in more
than $290,000 worth of goods
being confiscated.
Days later, a second raid
netted another stash of un-
customed goods including
cars, motorcycles, a tractor
head, and a trailer full of alco-
holic beverages.
When interviewed then,
Customs Comptroller John
Rolle said that the impression
was that such activities had
been faking place in Andros
for "quite some time". He
stressed that the investigation
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When contacted yesterday,
Garth Green the senior deputy
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firmed that information on the
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* MINISTER of Financial Services and Investments Allyson Maynard-Gibson


Bahamas is named



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A LEADING financial pub-
lication has named the Bahamas
as the best international finan-
cial centre in the western hemi-
sphere.
Minister of Financial Services
and Investments Allyson May-
nard-Gibson said The Banker
gave the Bahamas this distinc-
tion after carrying out "a high
level programme to identify the
leading international financial
centres across the world".
"The Banker said its editorial
team that awarded the Bahamas
this distinction was impressed
by the exceptional presentation
of our activity and continuity in
attracting financial clients," she
said.
"Of course the government's
commitment to public, private
sector partnership also factored
into the decision," the minister
added.
Mrs Maynard-Gibson was
speaking at the British Colonial
Hilton on Tuesday during the
second annual Nassau Confer-
ence on the topic of "Wealth
management in a diverse
world".


Distinction by leading publication


She said that the recognition
from The Banker not only
reflects the country's long his-
tory of providing financial ser-
vices, which dates back to the
1930s, "but it also reinforces our
historic commitment to main-
tain and grow our presence as a
provider of high quality finan-
cial services".
Mrs Maynard-Gibson said
the distinction also acknowl-
edges the many recent, "pro-
gressive" developments that
have been made as the country
continues to meet the require-
ments of a sophisticated finan-
cial services marketplace.
"The challenge we now face
is that in working so hard to
become the best is that we have
to work even harder to remain
the best.
"While we must ensure that
we continue to excel and co-
ordinate across the sector, there
is one area in particular that will
help ensure we remain the best.


"It is the reason all of you are
here in this room today pro-'
fessional development, educa-
tion and skill enhancement, a
recurring theme during my
tenure as minister of.Financial
Services and Investments one
that is a basic tenet of my minm-
istry's strategic plan for our
financial services industry," the,
minister said.
She said the, honing of
"human capital" is vital forth
continued growth and evolution
of the Bahamas as an internalz
tional financial centre.
"This is especially so if we
are to retain our leadership
position in the wealth manage-
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our commitment to pUbic pri-
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MP's ire at speed




of reconstruction


FNM Eight Mile Rock MP
Lindy Russell has raised con-
cerns about what he says is the
"disorganised response" of the
government to relief and recon-
struction efforts in the wake of
Hurricane Wilma.
Many of the hardest hit areas
of Grand Bahama are in Mr
Russell's constituency, and the
M says many of his con-
stituents remain homeless and
mqny businesses are still closed.
"People's lives are literally
hanging in the balance and
effq ts to re-establish their
livetood in their communities
see nqcloser today than they
we tif day after the storm
pass '" he said.
Mr Russell claimed that four
months after the passage of
Wilmap residents still do not
kno-'lhe~h.er th.eN will be per-
mittezdto rebuild homes and
businesses that were severely
damaged or washed away by
the storm.: ,.
HeYisa'd hat he has heard the
complaints echoed by many res-
idents in EightiMile Rock, Pin-
der4s Point, Hunteis, Lewis
Yard.and.Mack Town.
According, to Mr Russell,
many residents: became con-
fused b statements in the press
by Housing Minister Shane
Gilason some weeks following
therhurricane.,
Mr Gibson has said that the
government was considering the
possibility of declaring parts of
West Grand Bahanma o-build
zones" .and requiring former
residents of low-lying areas to
relocate, to, ther.parts,.of the
island.
Mr Russell: said that his
efforts since.then to determine
the government's plans .for
these:. residents have, proved
futile ,., ,
"Residents of.Eight Mile
Rock and other nearby com-
munities are beyond frustrat-
ed;"',Mr.Russell noted. "To-date
there hae been no signs of
reconstruction by the govern-
ment, no official advice on
whether residents will be


* EIGHT Mile Rock residents along the area's southern
coastline continue to carry out their lives amidst the rubble left
behind by Hurricane Wilma last October


offered other home and busi-
ness sites in their communities
or be permitted to rebuild on
their old sites."
Mr Russell said he is even
more annoyed by remarks
attributed to Mr Gibson in Sat-
urday's Tribune, that suggest-
ed that the government has not
yet made a final decision on
reconstruction at Eight Mile
Rock, because it had not yet
received advice on the matter
from the Ministry of Works.
"It's a little late for Minister
Gibson to be telling the people
that, the Cabinet is still await-
ing advice," he said. "Why the
delay? They didn't seem to suf-
fer any delay in getting the
advice they wanted to approve
the Ginn residential develop-
ment for West End, where the
land is not only lower than at
Eight Mile Rock, but also
sandy."
Mr Russell said some resi-
dents have been frustrated by
hang-ups and the slow respons-
es from NEMA when attempt-
ing to get supplies to re-build
and repair their homes.
Last year, the government
indicated that it would develop
plans for the relocation of the
Sunset Village site, but to-date
vendors have had no official
word on the progress of those


plans, he said.
Accusing the government of
"playing politics" with his con-
stituents. Mr Russell pointed to
the FNM's hurricane recon-
struction efforts at Crossing
Rocks, Abaco following Hurri-
cane Floyd in 1999.
"A caring FNM government
built replacement houses on a
site at Crossing Rocks consid-
ered better able to withstand
storms and sea surges and turned
those houses over to residents
who had lost their homes in the
hurricane," Mr Russell said.
"In fact, the new hurricane
houses were built close to other,
newer houses at Crossing Rocks
that some residents had already
built nearer the highway and
further away from the old fish-
erman houses along the water's
edge."
He pointed out that the FNM
never declared the old sites "no
build zones" and said if some-
one chooses to rebuild a house
on one of the old sites, they
would simply have to obtain a
building permit from their local
government town planning
committee.
Mr Russell added that unlike
th present government, the
FNM did not require uninsured,
low-income families to buy their
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E ACH year, the
Bahamas Department
of Statistics (DOS), like its
counterparts throughout the
world, conducts a household
labour survey to gather employ-
ment statistics for the country.
It conducts this survey in May.
In conducting the survey, the
department sends out a team
to enumerate hundreds of
households in various districts
throughout the country to gath-
er information.
The households surveyed are
randomly selected in accor-
dance with international statis-
tical standards. Once the infor-
mation is collected, it is collated
and organised to produce the
employment figures published
in this country for more, than
three decades. It is from these
figures that we get our annual
unemployment rates.
According to the Depart-
ment of Statistics, the unem-
ployment rate in 2004 stood at
10.2 per cent and in 2005 it was
the exact same rate.
It is not the business of the
professionals in the department
to determine where the rate
falls. It does not and should not
matter to them which party is in
government when it conducts
its surveys or how the govern-
ment or any member of the
government feels about what
its scientific surveys reveal.
This notwithstanding, it has
to be troubling for the depart-
ment to have the Minister of
Labour refer to.its unemploy-
ment estimate as "ridiculous".

After all, the minister
could not know bet-
ter than the department what
the rate of unemployment in
the country is at any time. He
does not do any work himself
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certainly not reliable for the
minister to base his estimate of
the unemployment rate on the
notion that there are develop-
ments taking place all over the
country.
Neko Grant, MP for Lucaya,
was absolutely right to express
alarm at the minister's com-
ments and to castigate him for
his insensitive remarks.
Indeed, on my Grand
Bahama weekly radio talk show
two days ago, callers were out-


School
leaves and
many
long-time
unemployed
are not being
soaked up by
Nassau's
economy at a
rate that will
help it go
down
appreciably.


raged at the minister's remarks
and shared Mr Grant's view
that he must be "delusional".
Grand.Bahamians, in partic-
ular, who continue to reel from
the negative economic impact
of a sluggish economy made
worse by a series of strong hur-
ricanes, felt especially put out
by the minister's remarks since
they ride up and down Grand
(Bahama each day seeing no evi-


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dence of the employment boom
the minister suggests. -
Of course, the minister cot d
easily soothe the anger of these
Grand Bahamians by coming
to the island and helping thein
find the jobs of which he spqlge.
* It did appear, however, that
the minister was suggesting that
people from other islands could
go to Nassau to find jobs. Yet,
the unemployment rate in New
Providence was higher thani;e
national average, accordingto
the Department of Statistis'
last employment figures.
Is this surprising? Not real.
When one looks at New Pr vi-
dence's economy, one sees an
economy that has been recov-
ering for the past three ye8rs
from the effects of tle ;tS
recession that began in Jinu-
ary, 2001, and the devastating
impact of the terrorist attacking
that same year.

n many instances, busi-
nesses are catching up
rather than expanding and
when you are catching up, you
may hire workers you let off
but you do not necessarily take
on additional workers.
School leavers and'iiany
long-time unemployed arie not
being soaked up by Nassau's
economy at a.rate that will l1lp
it go down appreciably. Also,
there are many people; who
have.skills that cannot be
matched with certain jobs tlat
are available.
Really, aside from Atlantis
and a couple of other small
developments, there has iot
been much new business
growth in New Providence to.
,engage the thousands of peo-
ple unemployed on that island.
The island needs more, lots
more.
It is unfortunate that the only
truth politicians seem to like is
the one that supports their stay
in office. I know first-hand 'hat














an insult to DOS 7 ...


It is far from scientific and
certainly not reliable for the
minister to base his estimate
of the unemployment rate on
the notion that there are
developments taking place all
over the country.

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feeling a politician gets in the
'gut when there is news that
'threatens his stay in office.
"I also know that it makes
good sense to fight against the
iinpulse to deny a truth simply
because it does not favour your
politics. It is much better to
eimbrace bad news with a view
,to understanding its source and
correcting it rather than
''come friends with a lie that
causes delusion. To do the lat-
teri only courts one's demise,
which can come sooner than
one thinks.
HOUSEHOLD INCOME
LEVEL HEADED IN THE
WRONG DIRECTION

In a recent press release,
the Department of Statis-
tics pointed out that prelimi-
nary findings revealed that
average household income in
the country decreased by $735
or about two per cent.
",This seems like a strange
'occurrence in an economy that
'the prime minister boasts is
experiencing unprecedented
levels of growth. Why did this
occur?
SPerhaps for the same reason
that the unemployment rate
remained high and steady,
because there are parts of the
country, like Grand Bahama,
Andros and the southern isles
that have yet to enjoy any sig-
niificant bounties from the
numerous investrhent
announcements made by the
government.


Of course, it should not
come as a surprise that the
PM's boast is not so well-
founded when one takes
account of the fact that,
according to growth estimates
published in the 2005/2006
budget communication deliv-


ered by the Deputy Prime
Minister, the highest rate of
growth experienced in the
country within the last ten
years was 6.8 per cent, which
occurred in 1998 under the
watch of the Free National
Movement administration.
The highest growth rate
experienced since Mr Christie
came to office was experienced
only last year and was 3.5 per
cent, hardly unprecedented
since that rate was exceeded in
the years 1996, 1997,1998 and
1999. In those same years,
unemployment declined signif-
icantly and household income
levels rose appreciably.
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WEEK

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is presently considering applications for a

Compliance Officer
Requirements:

* Applicants should possess a degree in Banking, Finance or Accounting.
* Minimum of two (2) years experience in a compliance role.
* Strong knowledge and understanding of compliance and risk management
issues.
* Strong knowledge and understanding lof all relevant legislation.
* Strong organizational abilities.
* Proficient in use of system technology.
* Ability to work under pressure, within tight deadlines, and handle multiple
tasks.
* Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
* Ability to communicate diplomatically with people at different levels both
within and outside the organization.
* Ability to work with remote supervision.
* Willingness to travel.
' Willingness to work outside nomal office hours and additional hours if
necessary.
Duties will include:

* Conduct compliance reviews of accounts.
* Monitor selected transactions to verify that compliance requirements are
met.
* Monitor internal process for compliance with Qualified Intermediary
status.
* Identify and promptly escalate compliance and control issues to the
Associate Director Compliance/ and Senior Management.
* Represent Wealth Management Compliance on Internal committees.
* Build and maintain srong relationships with staff and management of
CIBC's sister companies.
* Respond to queries, both verbal and written, relieved from colleagues and
senior management the same day or no later than the next business day.
* Assist in the development and implementation of new policies and
procedures. Identify areas of exposure
* Requiring action or changes in the legislation.
* Participate in training of staff on internal controls and, anti-money
laundering where required.
* Maintain a current matrix of relevant legislation.
* Complete special projects as may be assigned from time to time.

ONLY BAHAMIANS MEETING THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS NEED
APPLY.
Resume should be submitted to:
Manager, Human Resources
P.O. Box N-3933
Nassau, The Bahamas
Fax: 325-3646 or email: carolyn.longley@wl.cibc.com (no phone calls
accepted)
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF RESUMES IS
FEBRUARY 17, 2006.


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"We are respectfully request-
ing that you investigate this sit-
uation and ensure the safety of
all these members of the media.:
We also ask that the detainees
be given humane treatment and
that perpetrators of this vio-
lence be held accountable for
their actions," the letters read.
Mario Vallejo, a reporter
with Univision, a South F Iorida
Spanish-language news channel
was taken to hospital after,
according to witnesses, beiilg
hit in the face with a baton
while he was using a pay phone.
He was treated at Princess
Margaret hospital where he
received seven stitches and was
later released.
Mr Vallejo was covering the
reunion between seven Cubans
rescued last week from Elbow
Cay and their Miami iebIitioe
who flew to New Provideeiie:
Cameraman Osvaldo Duarte.
also ot Unni vision, was .arrsted.
along with Telemundo reporter-
and cameraman Lazaro Obreu.
The men were eventually
released.
The Tribune caught up with
the reporters and cameramen
at the Carmichael Road police
station where some of them
were detained for about two
hours following the incident.
Mr Tavares told The Tribune
that while standing outside the
gates to the centre, his camera-
man and several others were
told by the guards to stop film-
ing.
When the cameraman failed
to comply, a guard walked out
of the compound and punched,
the cameraman in his back, the
foreign reporter said.
He said that at this point, Mr
Vallejo, tried to use a cellular
phone to inform his superiors


that an incident was unfolding
but his cclular phone aid'am-n-
era was co'nfiscjted and he t~f
promptly. thrcl n out of the
compound.
Witnesses told Th& Tribune
that'Mr \`Allelo then walked
over to the pa) phone installed
on the outside of the '~chift
while being cursed at byvtle:
officers." ; "
"He was using the phdne ahd
then this slioit, dark thick offi-
der ,walked out and started:
shouting at hirti :~hed h& fs:
on the phone. 1 don't know'
what'hie said back to'the'dffi-'
cer but he wasn't shouting and
he didn't raise a hand to'the
officer, but the guard'took out
his club and spli his face right
open," said one onoman on'the
outside -'.,tine t6' see' a ela-
tivte.
SWitnesses said that Mari&fell
to the ground and \\as brought
baidki"t6 the centre vby' th'e
guards and was later transfeit&&d
to an ambulance, accompanied
"by another colleague.'" i'-<
US Embassy spokesman
Mike Taylor confirmed yesteb
day that the men returned
the S safely. '
"I spoke to Uni vision in Mil
,mi, obviously they are ve
upset about what happened
their reporter. We hope t
Ministry of Labour and Im -
gration's inve's igation w
determine what went wrong
how this type of incident can
avoided," he said. '
Labour,,and Immigrati
Minister Vincent Pet t'ld T
Tribune that the investigation
are still continuing and
determinations have been ma
as yet.
"We are trying tq.e.t as mu
information as possible so o
that is completed wp eyyill
able to share the results of r
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I NANCY Kelly, businesswoman, philanthropist and co-chairman of the fund, accepting a
bbouquet and thanks from COB director of financial aid and housing Cheryl Carey in 2002


Foundation grants



scholarships to COB


MORE than 100 students
have been granted scholarships
to the College of the Bahamas
by the Lyford Cay Foundation
this semester.
These latest grants, accord-
ing to the college, have pushed
the dollar value of scholarships
provided to COB students by
the foundation to nearly $1.8
million since 1999.
"These scholarships have
been invaluable to students at
COB, and particularly those
students from the Family
Islands," said Mary Russell,
assistant director of financial
aidat the college.
"Many of them are held back'
because it is difficult to work
and go to school full-time or
those who can afford to pay for
courses can't afford to pay for
dorms or books.
COB director of financial aid
and housing Cheryl Carey
applauded the efforts of the
foundation.
She reminisced about the
foundation's late chairman Har-
ry Moore and his willingness to
extend a hand to those less for-
tunate and inspire them to suc-
ceed ... "


It was his vision, and the
efforts of a hard-working com-
mittee, she said, that led to the
success of the $5 million COB
scholarship endowment fund
drive.
"Mr Moore was an amazing
man who, in spite of his'age,
wanted to nurture and mould
as many young Bahamian
minds as possible," she said.
"He said that the brilliant young
minds of the Bahamas should
not be denied a college educa-
tion because they don't have
the financial resources espe-
cially if they have the qualifica-
tions, ambition and potential.
On behalf of COB, Mrs
Carey expressed thanks to the
Lyford Cay Foundation and the
"scores of philanthropists" who
assisted in fund raising or who
made personal contributions.
Special mention was made of
Nancy Kelly, who co-chaired
the scholarship drive and who,
with husband David Kelly, con-
tributed to it.
In addition to COB scholar-
ships, the Lyford Cay Founda-
tion and the Canadian Lyford
Cay Foundation award acade-
mic scholarships for Bahamians


studying abroad at schools in
the US, Canada, the Caribbean,
the United Kingdom and
Europe.
Its technical training scholar-
ship programme has made it
possible for hundreds to hone
their skills or become certified
in trades, filling much-needed
gaps in the available labour
market.
Foundation director of edu-
cational programmes Roger
Kelty said the foundation
receives touching letters
expressing gratitude from recip-
ients.
"Around this time of year we
receive many letters from stu-
dents who benefited from our
assistance. That is a tremendous
encouragement for us. We are
very pleased to know we are a
part of building the nation," he
said.
Aspiring biochemist Mustim-
bo Roberts wrote: "I knew there
were hundreds of Bahamian stu-
dents that have gone before me
that served as my example and
that in time I would serve as an
example to a future scholar. I
take pride in calling myself a
Lyford Cay scholar."


Mandara Spa Bahamas Ltd



|Awards Top Employees



For 2005



SThey've eased the stress and relaxed the muscles of the rich, the famous and the
i privileged, in the process making Mandara Spa Bahamas Ltd one of the most
sought after exclusive spas in the Caribbean. Now it's their turn to celebrate and on
SWednesday December 14, 2005, those employees who've gone the extra mile to make
the One&Only Ocean Club and Atlantis Spa ideal relaxation sanctuaries were hon-
oured in a moving awards reception filled with tears of joy and words of admiration.

:..Youlanda Deveaux, Regional Vice-President, Bahamas & Caribbean, Mandara Spa LLC congratulated the
("employees for their outstanding work and encouraged them to continue as role models for their peers.

"These employees have stood above the rest to exemplify what Mandara Spa stands for," said Ms. Deveaux.
"This team is very dedicated to giving their best at all times and we wanted to take the time to show them
how much we appreciate them."

Gwendolyn Cleare of the One&Only Ocean Club Spa and Leantha Gibson of Atlantis Spa were awarded
the coveted honour of Employee of The Year for their respective spas. Employees of the Month were also
named from both the One&Only Ocean Club and Atlantis Spa.

Two winners were named in each category-one from Atlantis Spa and one from the One&Only Ocean
-Club.

Winners of Award of Excellence given to the highest achiever were Andrea Whitney and Fredrica Tomlins.
SBest Appearance and Grooming winners were Kayla Hall and Jermaine Mitchell. Ziska Bowleg and Mikeva
Humes received the Mentoring Award, while Rochelle Scavella and Selena Russell were the recipients of the
Best Service Skills Award.

The Most Improved title went to Duran Stubbs and Caroline Johnson, while the Punctuality and
Attendance Award winners were Patrice Robinson and Lon Minns. Karen Rahming and Meredith Culmer
received The Regional Vice-President,s Inspirational Award.

The Highest Retail Achiever at Atlantis Spa was Bridgette Barry. Navone Lightbourne was the winner at the
One&Only Ocean Club.

Many of the special category award winners also picked up awards for Employee of the Month. Each of the
winners received a plaque, cash prizes and gifts.


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LOCALNW


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* A COURTESY called paid to the GBPA bh Ihe Exchange Programme belteen police
officers belteen the Bahamas and the Virgin Islands Police Department. She is here lor a.,,
period of one month with her counterpart, Officer Mlary Loubie came to the Northern
Bahamas, and she will be on Abaco Island today and will be in Eleuthera on Thursday. Left
to right: Loretta Mackey, Police Inspector; Albert Gray, President of GBPA; Officer Mlary
Loubie,,St Thomas Virgin Islands Police Department; Julian Francis, chairman and CEO of
GBPA; Willie Moss, Deputy Chairman of GBPA.
(Photo: Derek Carroll)


"The material was very informative and will
definitely' add value to me and my company To
have the ability to resolve internal disputes in
house is a very positive thing."
Marion G. Smith. Bahamas Telecommunications Company. Nassau


O Marcus Bethel launches

1 Ministry of Health website


SENATOR Marcus Bethel,
Minister of Health on Monday
launched the Ministry of
Health's website.
The website, designed by
trainee administrative cadet
Kevon Lightbourn, is linked to
the government's website.
Minister Bethel said the web-
site is just another way that his
ministry seeks to bring quality
healthcare to residents of the
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way that we anticipate reach-
ing residents where they are,"
said Minister Bethel.
The Minister said he intends
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health information and services
anytime and anywhere.
"I envision a day when per-
son may have the option of
making appointments to see
their public healthcare
providers on-line, when exp;c-
tant mothers may participate in
distant education about breast-
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dents may be able to trace
where-their requests are in the
flow of service steps, as well as
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On the website
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He said he Ministrn recognis-
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level on par \\Mth American
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In the future, many more fea-
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plaint unit, a listing of health-
care professionals both public
and private, how to obtain
licenses, distance learning'and
other features.
Minister Bethel said much
thought, research and resources
have gone into this %\ebsite.
S"Its development is ongoing.
therefore additional pages and
information should be added in
short order. I do hope that 5ou
find its content to be useful in
meeting sour health goals and
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ister Bethel.


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their stay courtesy of the British Colonial Hilton, British Airways, Virgin Records, Bahamas
Experience Limousines and Tours and the Ministry of Tourism. The Flyaway Promotion was
undertaken in eight European cities in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, France and the
United Kingdom. Competitions were held on European radio stations, in newspapers and in travel
publications reaching an audience of more than 13 million potential travellers.
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17, 2006 between the hours of 9:00am and 4:30pm daily.

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Proud Paws extends



its paws to Eleuthera


Card Of Thanks




KATHLEEN
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We the family of the late Kathleen D O'Brien would like to extend
our heartfelt thanL and appreciation to the clergq of St Aqnes Church,
ACW of St Agnes, DP W Chea, staff of Doctors Hospital, Bethell
,others Moticians, Woodlawn Gardens and a host of friends to
many to mention. To all who have given their support though prayers,
tpiLutes, cards or encouraging words.


MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL

The Family




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ALREADY a well-known
face and beloved animal care-
taker throughout Eleuthera,
veterinarian Dr Peter Bizzell
has joined forces with the stu-
dents of Spanish Wells All Age
School to form the "Proud
Paws" after-school club.
The new club was established
on January 12 with the help of
Dr Bizzell, school principal
Frank Jones and teacher Mary
Head.
Grades four, five and six were
introduced to Proud Paws, and
their teachers said they were
keen to participate.
So far, the club has discussed
three important dog care issues:
safety around dogs, spaying and
neutering and responsible pet
ownership.
"It was fabulous to see how
the students responded to the
first session," said Ms Head,
"and all were enthusiastic to
check out the new "Proud Paws
bulletin board, as there is so
much information readily avail-
able to them, from newsletters,
videos, workbooks and the actu-
al sharing of experiences."
Over the next month, the
club plans to organise activities
for the students, as well as their
families and friends, including a
"beach walk with our dogs", a
"check for ID tags, collars and
leashes campaign", and a sem-
inar on proper pet bathing tech-
niques.
The students are also set to
take part in a colouring contest
and an essay contest that
promises fun prizes for all.
Interested persons can con-
tact Ms Head at The Spanish
Wells All Aged School or email
her at spwbdog@coralwave.com
Proud Paws is a non-profit


Paws is to spay or neuter 1,500,
dogs arid cats per year. Their
secondary goal 'i to promin
responsible pet ownership
through an education pi
gramme that aims to cultivate
more caring attitude toward,'
animals. '.
The organisation works close-
ly with the Bahamas Hum~i ei
Society, ARK., the MinistrN of
Agriculture and Fisheries and.,
other organizations to impra6V
the lve's of pet animals through-
out the Bahamas.
"In many cases in New Pro -
idence. the main obstacle to gt
ting a dog or cat spayed;4.
neutered is the lack of traig~'
portation." said Proud Paws.,
adding that the\ were fortunhbt~
enough to ha\e been present-,
ed w ith a top-ot-the-line animal
transportation vehicle that will
be used to transport dogs and
cats for spaying or neutering to
and from the veterinary clinic.
This vehicle was donated by
Caves Village Development
Limited.
For more information, visit:
www.proudpaws.org.


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* MICKEY the mascot, a
two-year-old cocker spaniel in
Spanish Wells, who assists
with learning and shares fun
with the students and adults
alike.

charity that has as its primary
mission the reduction of
unwanted and stray and roam-
ing dogs and cats by means of a
well-organised subsidized spay
and neuter project.
Said the organisation in a
press release: "Our spay and
neuter project targets those pet
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Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for appointment to the post of
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Bahamas National Drug Agency, Materials Management Services, National Emergency
Medical Services and the public clinics in Grand Bahama.
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Commonwealth of The Bahamas, prior to appointment);
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qualification experience in a senior administrative position; or Bachelor of Science Degree
in Nurse management or equivalent with a minimum of ten (10) years post-qualification
experience in a senior administrative position;
Experience at a strategic / policy level in nursing or general health systems planning and
development will be an advantage.
DUTIES
1. The Nursing Services Advisor would report to the Managing Director and would serve
as the principal specialist of the PHA on all matters relating to nursing services operations
and development. The overarching responsibility of the post is to ensure (a) standards
of nursing care are well-defined, relevant and consistently maintained; and (b) the
structure and practice of nursing services are appropriate within and across departments
and institutions.
2. Main duties and responsibilities of the post include:
a) Development and revision of policies and operational guidelines for improving the
quality and efficiency of nursing services;
b) Monitoring compliance with standards of practice related to general and specialty
nursing care as a means of ensuring continuous quality improvement in nursing and
adherence to the Code of Nursing Ethics:
c) Utilization of nursing productivity statistics to advise on strategic interventions for
greater efficiency of nursing services;
d) Ensuring the maintenance of a system of continuous nursing education at each
Institution;
e) Making recommendations for organizational restructuring of nursing to best fit a
dynamic public healthcare system;
f) Facilitating and coordinating communication (policy level) between nursing and
other health-care disciplines of the PHA, Ministry of Health and other national,
Regional and International entities;
g) Preparing annual plans and other reports related to Nursing Services Development,
including an annual budget for organizational-wide nursing services development.
3. Applicants must possess strong analytical, conceptual-thinking, strategic planning,
communication and interpersonal skills.
Letters of application, Curricula Vitae, documentary evidence of qualifications and experience
and three (3) references should be submitted no later than 28th February 2006 to the Human
Resources Director, P.O. Box N-8200 or 1st Floor Manx Corporate Centre, Dockendale
House, West Bay Street. Serving officers must submit their applications via their Heads of
Department/Hospital.

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* SOME of the members of the Antique Auto Club participated in the ZNS Car and Bike Show
and Parade on Saturday, January 28. Pictured along with a few of the vehicles that will be at the
19th annual antique car show and steak-out are: association president Peter Armstrong, Don
Aranha, Michael Ford, show chairman Murray Forde and Roland Ferguson.
(Photo: Jim LaRoda)



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and-steak-out.
The event will be held at the
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on Saturday, February -25
between noon and 5pm.
A.rqund 60 antique and spe-
cal interest \vehicles are expect-
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perip~i for trophies in eight dif-
fe renr classes.
As iln pre ious shows, the
juidgig \\ ll be conducted by
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automotive painting and body
work.
The business community is
again providing support by
donating trophies as well as raf-
fle prizes and a number of com-
mitments have already been
received.
SSteak and chicken dinners
will be on sale for $10 each and
tickets are available from any
member of the club,
Purchasers of the dinners
have the opportunity of voting


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determining the winners of the
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which carry cash prizes for the
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On January 30th, The Islands Of The Bahamas were honored In New York City at the annual Adrian Awards, winning seven international awards
for our advertising and seven for public relations.

Our campaign encouraging U.S. travelers to "Escape from Everyday Life" has appeared on U.S. television, in U.S. newspapers, and even dominated
New York's Grand Central Station. The collective effort earned us the event's highest honor, the Platinum Award.

The prestigious Adrian Awards recognize the world's best marketing and advertising for the hospitality, travel and tourism industries. In addition
to the Platinum Award for advertising, The Bahamas won three Gold Awards, one Silver Award, and two Bronze Awards.

Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards were also received for public relations, most notably a Gold Award for the recovery efforts on Grand Bahama
Island following a devastating 2004 hurricane season. Silver and Bronze Awards were received for entertainment-driven feature placements,
including the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, photographed on Andros and The Exumas, and Bahamas-infused segments on major U.S..
television shows, including ABC's "Good Morning America" and NBC's "Today."

Yet, the most important award is the record number of visitors we have welcomed to our islands over the past two years. I would like to thank
everyone involved in this effort: my staff at the Ministry of Tourism, Fallon Advertising, Weber Shandwick Public Relations, the Adrian Awards, the:
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* MINISTER of Social Services Melanie Griffin observes a maths class


N TWELVE-YEAR-OLD Evans Pierre types Melanie Griffin's name in Braille


Blind students inspire minister


IN a Mackey Street class-
room bursting with energy and
the sounds of students at work,
William Lightbourne teaches
Anton Munroe and Tayo
Bethel skills they can use for
personal banking or a career in
accounts.
Watching them work is Min-
ister of Social Services and
Community Development
Melanie Griffin who is
amased at their quick responses
and polite manners.
The classroom is brightly
coloured and packed with dec-
orations made by the students.
But most of these children cre-
ated the decorations by feel.
Many of them will never see the
colours and few will ever see
each other.
Mr Lightbourne and his
pupils know each other by
voice, touch and the smell of
preferred brands of aftershave
or cologne.
Tayo Bethel was born blind
while Anton Munroe had com-
pletely lost his vision by the age
of seven.
Mr Lightbourne himself was
blinded by a stray bullet to the
face at age 25.
He provides the students with
raised diagrams, talking calcu-


lators and Braille numbers to
prepare them for pending
BGCSE exams.
Bethel and Munroe are two
of 18 full-time students whose
visually impaired eyes have
been 'opened' to a world of aca-
demic learning and life-altering
lessons at the Erin H Gilmour
School for the Blind in at the
Salvation Army's Mackey
Street complex.
On her first official courtesy
call to the school last week Fri-
day, Mrs Griffin.was led by
principal Maria Deleveaux on
a tour of classrooms boasting
flags, maps and posters with
small Braille definitions or
explanations attached.
They were joined by Social
Services undersecretary Alan
Strachan and Salvation Army
officers.
In a primary classroom, stu-
dent Christian Heild instantly
recognized Griffin's voice and
was elated when asked to type
the days of the week for her.
As his classmates extended
their hands to shake hands
with the minister, 12 year-old
Evans Pierre typed her name
in Braille on a piece of paper
and guided her fingers to read
it. He then presented the


paper to Griffin as a gift.
"This is going in a special
place in my office," she said,
thanking him with a hug and
warm smile.
In the computer lab, where
seven specially programmed
computers have been installed,
Rickia Arnette proudly shows
off her typing skills. The pro-
gramme enables blind users
hear what they type and it also
prints in Braille.
Since many of the students
have access to the software at
home, they spend their week-
ends in Internet chat rooms
with each other.
.Upstairs, Mrs Griffin was
very impressed with the expan-
sive Braille library, that includ-
ed classics by Dickens and
Shakespeare alongside ency-
clopedias, the Bible and books
on matters ranging from family
life and home economics to
business and politics.
Back downstairs, a band of
students delivered soul-stirring
renditions of "We Are the,
World" and "Brand New
World".
"I am amazed by what I've
seen today," Mrs Griffin said
after receiving a presentation
from the school. "This has cer-


tainly been a treat, especially at
a time when I needed personal
inspiration."
"It takes special people to
work with special children," said
Mrs Griffin. "They have the
unique ability to draw from the
heart and reveal these children's
inner beauty and creativity."
Mrs Griffin invited staff and
students to utilise the Ministry's
Disability Affairs Division, 8th
Terrace Centreville, which has
additional specialised software
and a Braille library.
"I want to reiterate the gov-
ernment's commitment to sup-
porting centres like this," added
Griffin. "Within our means and
resources, we will seek to level
the playing field for disabled
persons in this country."
The Erin H Gilmour School
for the Blind was named after a
young Canadian woman who
was tragically killed. Her father
donated money for the school's
building on Mackey Street.
The school's mission state-
ment is to ensure that blind and
visually impaired children at
every stage of life are empow-
ered to acquire specialised skills
that will enable them to partic-
ipate successfully in mainstream
society.


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Social Services


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SOCIAL workers were
praised at a church service for
being on the front line of many
of the most pressing issues fac-


ing the Bahamas today.
Melanie Griffin, Minister of
Social Services and Community
Development, said on Saturday


that the staff of her ministry are
the "hope and help" arm of the
government.
Mrs Griffin was speaking at


her ministry's annual church
service for staff at the
Maranatha Seventh Day
Adventist Church.


"Ever since assuming respon-
sibility for this ministry;" she
said, "I thought it would be
appropriate for us to come
together at the beginning of the
new year to give God thanks
and to seek his direction for the
remainder of the year."
"My ministry is by its nature
one of service to humanity. Its
mandate is identical to the com-
mand that was given by our
Lord Jesus himself: 'feed the
hungry, clothe the naked and
care for the sick'. We also look
after the elderly and the abused
and disabled," Mrs Griffin
added.
She pointed out that social
workers encounter situations
that would make one's hair rise.
"A mother with seven or'
nine children living in a one
bedroom dilapidated house
that has no bathroom facilities;


an elderly person abandoned
by family languishing in their
own waste; a child physically
or sexually brutalised b an
adult, often a member or fiiend
of the family; and' a disabled
child locked away at home
alone because of the limited
facilities for day care. These
are just a few of the situations
faced by social workers daily,"
she said.
Mrs Griffin said it is onl tilt-
ting that social workers aernd
church as a group to rei ltaige
their spirit ard seek "divine
intervention" for their journey:
into the un-chartered waters of
2006.
"Consequently, we are called
to be like the apostles; people of
action, sensitive and caring, who
will do a job without quitting
or complaining," Mrs Griffin
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* THE Hebert family with members of the Hilton staff


Hilton hosts family



during makeover


THE management of the
British Colonial Hilton was
"ecstatic" to be chosen to host
the Hebert family while their
home became the star of the
ABC network hit show,
Extreme Makeover.
Eric Hebert was living the life
of a bachelor when his sister,
died of heart failure leaving
her twin son and daughter
orphans.
"Eric, in the true meaning of
the word hero, stepped up to
the plate and took his niece and
nephew as his own, as he


refused to see them becoming
lost in the foster care system,"
the network said in a press
release.
"When Eric took the two in,
the only home he could afford
was a bermm home', a daylight
basement with a roof. The
house was virtually under-
ground, but was not ready for
the new family to live in.
"Eric is a construction work-
er by trade, and completed the
necessary construction on the
structure. However the three
lived outdoors in a tent for


three months while Eric com-
pleted the work."
The release said the produc-
ers of Extreme Makeover
Home Edition felt compelled
to assist Eric because of his
heroic story.
"Eric, Keeley and Kyler were
sent on a seven-day vacation at
the exclusive British Colonial
Hilton while the design team
turned their dwelling into a
dream home," it said.
The show aired to more than
18 million viewers on Sunday,
January 22.


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February has been designated as Heart Month, and The Bahamas Heart Association
has planned a month of activities to mark this occasion. Help the Heart Association by
participating in these activities and learn how you can prevent heart disease.

Thru. Feb 2 Health Lecture on Heart Disease
New Providence Community Church, Blake Road 6:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
Sat. Feb 4 Get Up and Move
Join the Ministry of Health and the community in a Walk for Health and Health Fair to develop a healthier Bahamas in 2006.
The event starts with a FREE walkathon at 7 am. at Arawak Cay to Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre. Immediately following the
walk until 3 p.m. is a health fair at the Kendal G.L Isaacs Gymnasium.
Wed. Feb 15 Kick off Subway Fun Run/Walk
live Remote & Press Conference: Subway Harbour Bay Shopping Centre. Box Office Opens for Fun Run Walk at Subway
Harbour Bay Shopping Centre
Thirs. Feb 16- Distinguish Lecture Series
Speaker: Dr. Delton Farquharson,Vascular Surgeoa.Topicperipheral arterial disease (PAD). Time: 6:00 p.m.- 7:30 p.m., Doctors
Hospital Conference Room, Free Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, and Glucose screenings between 5 p.m. & 6 p.m.
Fri. Feb 17 Go Red For Women
The key to fighting the No. 1 killer of women, is stopping heart disease before it starts. By wearing red on Friday.
February 17 you can send an important message:Love Your heart! To find out how you can join the Go Red For Women
movement, call 327-0806-10.
Sat. Feb 18 CPR Courses for the Community
If a cardiac arrest happened to your loved one or a dose friend, would you know how to perform life-saving CPR, which
can double a victim' chance of survival? Surprisingly, the vast majority of Bahamians don't. That's why the Bahamas Heart
Association, in collaboration with The American Heart Association Training Centre m The Bahamas will host (PR courses at
Holy Family Church. Robinson Rd.from 9-5. For more Information call 327-0806-10.9-5
Sat. Feb 18 42nd The Annual Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart Ball will be held at the Crown Ball Room
Cocktail reception begins at 7:15 p.m.and dinner starts at 8:30 p.m.The Lady Sassoon GoldHeart Award will be given to
someone who has worked tirelessly to assist people in the community.Ticket donations are $200.00. For more information,
call 327-0806-10.
Thur. Feb 23 Health Fair at Town Centre Mall
Need your blood pressure or cholesterol checked?Then come to Town Centre Mall between the hours of 7:00 a.m.and
6:00 p.m.and have it done for free. Local companies, experts and healthcare providers will be on hand to provide with
you the latest products and services. Its informative, it's fun and its free!
Sat. Feb 25 7th Annual Subway' Fun Run/Walk
The race will start promptly at 7:00 a.m. at the Westem Esplanade: continue west to Goodman's Bay and back. Last minute
registration wil start at 6:00 a.m.on the day of the race. Entry fee is S 12.00 per person. Applications can be picked up at any
Subway restaurant. For more information call 394-6715 or 327-0806.
Fri. Mar17 Have A Heart Concert
Crystal Palace Ball Room. Box Office Open at 8:30 p.m. concert starts at 9:00 p.m. From
The Bahamas, staring Elon Moxey, K.B., Extra Band, Visage and Spice. From Trinidad, Sherwin
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* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The Bahamas Electricity Cor-
poration (BEC) is talking to
Scotiabank about acting as
the placement agent for a
$100 million bond issue, The
Tribune can reveal, a move that has
caused some controversy in financial cir-
cles.
BEC officials yesterday confirmed that
the Corporation was holding discussions
with Scotiabank, but several financial
sources said the move was causing con-
cern, as the placement would be handled
by executives from the bank's Trinidad
operations not the Bahamas.
It was suggested that this was because
Scotiabank (Bahamas) did not have the
necessary securities market licence to
enable them to place the $100 million
bond issue.
However, Kevin Basden, BEC's gen-
eral manager, said all talks had been con-
ducted with Scotiabank.(Bahamas), and
nothing had been settled yet.


He told The Tribune: "We are looking
into this $100 million bond, but we are
dealing with Scotiabank here. They are
our bankers and who we have been dis-
cussing it with. We are still at the discus-
sion stage."
Talks between BEC and Scotiabank
are being conducted between Mr Basden
and Kevin Sweeting, BEC's chief financial
officer.
Backed
Mr Basden was backed up by BEC
chairman Keith Major, who said "a paper
has not been presented to theboard yet"
to seek approval for the $100 million bond
issue.
Mr Major added: "Nothing has been
approved yet. There are talks with Sco-
tiabank."
Several financial sources said that if
Scotiabank Trinidad was involved in plac-
ing and underwriting the issue, it would
raise questions about why BEC decided
not to use Bahamian brokers, who had
the necessarN experience, plus local mar-


* WAITRESS Raynell is one of nearly 40 people who
have found employment at the new Cafe Bahama Bar and
Grille at Festival Place, Prince George Wharf.


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ket knowledge and expertise. Rather than
use them to underwrite the issue, they
said it appeared that placement fees would
go to Trinidad.
The $100 million bond issue is to be
placed entirely in the Bahamas. It is
denominated in Bahamian dollars and
targeted at Bahamian investors.
"The expertise is here to do that," one
source said of the $100 million issue. "Any
of the three brokers could do it. Fidelity
could do it, Colina could do it, or SG
Hambros could do it.
"It could even have been syndicated
between the three."
On the bond issue, Mr Basden said:
"We are going to the bond market to raise
funds for capital works."
In an interview with The Tribune last
summer, Mr Basden said the bond issue
would be used to finance projects such
as three new turbines, costing $70-$80
million.
The plan was to enable BEC to fund ifs
own capital development, rather than
have all its loans and finance-raising guar-
anteed by the Government.


Baha Mar project


to boost visitor


spending by 75%


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business
Editor
BAHA Mar Resorts yes-
terday said an economic fore-
caster had predicted that
upgrades to its three Cable
Beach resorts would increase
per visitor spending by 75 per
cent, generating $4.8 billion
in revenues over the next 20
years.
The developer behind the
$1.6 billion Cable Beach
redevelopment said a study
by Global Insight, which has
done several such reports for
Bahamas-based projects,
such as the $175 million Bak-
er's Bay Golf & Ocean Club,
had estimated that improve-
ments to the resorts would
cause a rise in visitor spend-
ing from $560 to $985.
Over the same 20-year
period, the Global Insight
report estimated that the
redevelopment would gener-
ate more than $1 billion in


additional government tax
revenues and add $2.6 billion
to the Bahamas' gross
domestic product (GDP).
Baha Mar said the latest
study showed the project
would have an economic
impact that exceeded what
had originally been projected,
both in the short and long-
term.
The resort developer is
understood to still be wait- 4'
ing for permits and approvals
to be granted before it can
begin re-routing West Bay
Street the first step towards
redeveloping the Cable
Beach strip, along with con-
struction of the Commercial
Village. It is understood that
work also has to be done by
various government corpo-
rations.
Meanwhile, Baha Mar said
it had committed $85 million
in capital spending to

SEE page 4B


CFG principals offered


Privy Councilappeal

* By A FELICITY be paid "forthwith" to Mr court written undertaking
INGRAHAM Campbell, part of the initial immediately, promising to
Tribune Business $12.5 million valuation placed agree to whatever ruling the
Reporter on his 45 per cent Colina Privy Council hands down on
Financial Group (CFG) stake. the bitter row between the
THE Court of Appeal yes- Justices Lorris Ganpatsingh, CFG principals and their for-
terday rejected an application Emmanuel Osadebay and mer colleague.
by the Colina Financial Hartman Longley offered the In effect, this means that
Group's two principals, two CFG principals a condi- although the funds will be
Emmanuel .Alexiou and tional leave to appeal their released to Mr Campbell, he
Anthony Ferguson, to suspend decision to the Privy Council must be in a position to return
payment of a $9 million pay- in London, under the "usual the money to Mr Alexion and
off to their former business terms". Mr Ferguson if the Privy Coun-
partner, James Campbell. The Justices told Mr Camp-
The Court maintained its bell's attorney, Philip Davis, E e
position that the money should that his client must give the SEE page 6B


'- By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Business
Reporter
ALMOST 40 new jobs
were created this week when
Cafe Bahama, a restaurant
focused on "all things
Bahamian", opened its doors
for the first time.
The seafood bar and grill
is owned by Paul Bevans and
Gary Sawyer, who hired near-
ly 40 Bahamians after months
of planning and interviews.
SAccording to assistant man-
ager Gregory Rahming, the
owners thought it important
to give young Bahamians a


chance for employment.
They were put through a
series of training exercises,
and were told that what is
most important is "genuine
friendliness", said Mr Rah-
ming.
Mr Bevans is now embark-
ing upon his, second restau-
rant business venture, having
successfully introduced the
Cheesesteak Bar and Grille
in the Mall at Marathon.
He admitted that anyone
interested in opening restau-
rants would face "serious hur-
dles" in obtaining the neces-


SEE page 2B


Chinese investments


abroad are the 'key


chance' for Bahamas


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE "key opportunity" for
the Bahamian financial services
industry to penetrate the Chi-
nese market will come when
businesses in that nation start
to invest overseas, the Canada
China Business Council's exec-
utive director said yesterday.
Margaret Cornish told the
Nassau Conference on finan-
cial services that understand-
ing and knowing both their
clients and the market would
be critical for the Bahamian


financial services industry if it
was to successfully attract high
net worth clients from China's
growing economy.
While confidentiality was
important, Ms Cornish said
experience had shown that Chi-
nese clients and businesses
were wary in their dealings
with foreign entities. As a
result, Bahamian financial ser-
vices providers would have to
work hard to earn their trust.
Adding that specialisationn


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downward, the costs of man-
aging and supporting your
infrastructure are increasing,
as your networking infrastruc-
ture becomes more complex.









bein te ew
rea Is ig t

onH-nay


Over time, you have added
an application here, you have
added functionality there. You
added people across the board.
Yet the more variables you
have added to your infrastruc-
ture, the harder it will now be
to manage and, more impor-
tantly, secure, in an environ-
ment where the majority of IT
tasks are manual.
Some of the key IT chal-
lenges are managing the abun-
dance of user permissions and
access, validating the security
of the network, monitoring the
entire environment, including
unauthorised desktop changes,
and dealing with a constant
flow of helpdesk calls.
These are all people and
time-intensive activities, result-
ing in a long cycle time to fix
problems. In addition, it results
in a high risk of unauthorised
access to the company's net-
work.
In this environment, the
business manager is faced with
rising costs while trying to get
on top of business information
and securing business data, as
well as attempting to remain
competitive.
The first step, we believe, in


responding to these challenges
is to deploy the Microsoft Win-
dows 2003 Server. The focus
of Microsoft Windows 2003
Server is on building a secure,
well-managed infrastructure to
increase operational efficien-
cy. This translates into mcre
automation of routine IT
administration tasks, therefore
reducing time spent on these
tasks and freeing people to do
other activities that create val-
ue for the business. It also
translates into enabling a far
more secure environment, as
well as less costly downtime.


A simplified infrastructure
makes it much easier to man-
age and more reliable, and has
been shown to reduce the total
cost of ownership of IT infra-
structure by as much as 30 per
cent. Network administration
costs are decreased by
automating desktop manage-
ment tasks, and by delegating
security authorisation without
compromising overall network
security.
The cost of downtime with
Microsoft Windows 2003 Serv-
er is reduced by as much as 50
per cent, compared to older


versions such as Windows
NT4.0.
The key to the success of the
Microsoft Windows 2003 Serv-
er in delivering operational
efficiency is its Active Direc-
tory component. Active Direc-
tory simplifies IT management
and strengthens IT security..
The typical situation in most
companies is that you have one
IT administrator who is
responsible for managing many
end users and many comput-
ers. Active Directory auto-
mates Desktop Management,
including such aspects as secu-
rity settings, distribution of
software, desktop configura-
tions, remote installation of
Windows/Desktop images and
restrictions tt software down-
loads
Single sign-on reduces the
complexity of managing multi-
ple user IDs and passwords,
and decreases the risk of secu-
rity compromise. Active Direc-
tory enables single-sign on with
any application that uses Win-
dows authentication.
Active Directory centralises
security management and
enforces role-based security
consistent with an organisa-


tion's business processes.
Building a secure, well-man-
aged infrastructure is the key
driver for IT efficiency, as well
as enabling innovation.
Upgrading to Microsoft Win-
dows Server 2003 with Active
Directory will not only
decrease your total cost of
ownership of IT infrastructure,
but also enable you to focus
your IT efforts on business
growth.
To provide feedback on
this column, please e-mail
MakingITwork@provi-
dencetg.com
About the Author:
Caroline Moncur is manag-
er, Business Development, at
Providence- Technology
Group. Ms Moncur has over
10 years' business development
experience, primarily within
the Information Technology
industry. Providence Technol-
ogy Group is one of the
Bahamas' leading IT firms,
specialising in Networking
Solutions, Consulting and
Advisory Services and Soft-
ware Solutions.


Cafe opening creates 40 jobs


FROM page 1B


sary capital funding. However, Mr Bea-
vans advised other entrepreneurs to
never drop their dream, but to steer
their own path.
His new venture, in partnership with
Mr Sawyer, was funded by the Royal
Bank of Canada. The employees are
both'full-time and part-time workers.,
'At present, Mr Bevans said the
employees were engaging m a series of


refresher courses on the Bahamas, and
are being told that their main job is to
be ambassadors for their country.
The "all things Bahamian" concept
went over well with Cafe Bahama's
guests at its soft opening on Tuesday
night.
Visitors agreed that the vibrantly-
coloured walls, painted in tropical
flavour, with the artwork depicting var-
ious Bahamian scenes on land and
undersea, and the all-Bahamiiian music


translated, into a "true-true" Bahamian
experience.
After their dinner, guests gave a
thumbs-up to thechief chef, Charles
Missick.
Mr Missick has introduced his original
conch cake recipe to the menu, which
focuses on a variety of Bahamian dish-
es appetizers, entrees and desserts.
Each table has a hand-painted map by ,
Bahamian artist Bill Johnson sealed
into its surface, and each employee


sports an Androsia print with the restau-
rant's name.
SMr Bevans and Mr Sawyer are both
successful business persons, who have
ventured into this project out of a love
for the Bahamas and its culture.
Mr Bevans said he began his career
working with the Ministry of Tourism,
The restaurant is located on the sec-
ond floor of Festival Place, Prince
George Wharf, and is now open to the
public.


PCEWATERHOUS ECPERS


Partner Congratulates .Associate

on Successful Completion of the Uniform

Certified Zublic Jiccountants' Examination


L to R: HR Partner Dawn A. Jones and Associate Jody A. Carroll

JODY A. CARROLL Was successful in passing the final part of the American Institute
of Certified Public Accountants' Uniform CPA Examinations, during the October-November 2005
testing window.
After completing her secondary education at St. Augustine's College in Nassau, Bahamas, Ms.
Carroll went on to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration (BSBA) with
a concentration in Accounting from the University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, were she
graduated in May 2003. In September 2003, Jody joined the Firm on a full time basis, after
successfully participating in the Firm's Summer Internship Program for three consecutive years.
She currently holds the position of Associate in the Assurance & Business Advisory Services
(ABAS) group.
For her accomplishment, Ms. Carroll would first like to give thanks to God, with whom all things
are possible. She would also like to extend a special thank you to her parents, Patrick and Ruth
Carroll, grandparents, Bob and Angela Carroll, sisters, Pamela and Patricia Carroll and all other
close family members and friends for their unending support, love and prayers. Finally; she would
like to thank the Partners and Staff of the Firm, for their assistance and constant encouragement.
PricewaterhouseCoopers, Bahamas, which has offices in Nassau and Freeport, is a member
firm of the PricewaterhouseCoopers organization. PricewaterhouseCoopers provides industry-
focused assurance, tax and advisory services to build public trust and enhance value for its
clients and their stakeholders. More than 130,000people in 148 countries work collaboratively
using Connected Thinking to develop fresh perspectives and practical advice.
"PricewaterhouseCoopers" refers to the network of member firms of PricewaterhouseCoopers
International Limited, each of which is a separate and independent legal entity.


The staff of RBC FINCO A
and its managing A Ser
director, Mr. Nathaniel
Beneby, Jr., recently D rai
visited the Church of
God of Prophecy
cathedral East Street, Th an k
for a service of praise
and thanksgiving. The
RBC FINCO team came together to render
praise to almighty God for their
achievements and unprecedented
success during 2005. "We are pleased
to deliver record financial results and
strong performance to our shareholders,"
said Mr. Beneby. The RBC FINCO choir,
led by Mrs.Fanchon Braynen, senior
manager, RBC FINCO Customer Service,
Operations & Human Resources, lifted
their voices in singing, "I Just Came to


ice of Magnify the Lord", to
Ce of mark the special
occasion.
e and
e and This is RBC FINCO's
S, 52nd year of
givingS! operation and the
m 22nd year since the
company went public
and Bahamians became shareholders.
RBC FINCO continues to be a lead
provider of mortgages to Bahamians
offering mortgages for single and multi-
family residential properties. The
company also provides a full range of
Bahamian dollar deposit accounts with
attractive interest rates and foreign
exchange services. The company
employs 127 persons who service more
than 50,000 clients through offices in
Nassau and Freeport.


on business growth


Making


IT Work

by Caroline Moncur


. ProvideneTechnoogyGrou


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* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

Executives from the $175 mil-
lion Baker's Bay Golf &
Ocean Club yesterday said
the environmental manage-
ment plan (EMP) for the
development was an active, ongoing doc-
ument to be continually updated as con-
struction of the project progressed.
Responding to an affidavit filed with the
Supreme Court by the senior civil servant
responsible for the Bahamas Science, Envi-
ronment and Technology (BEST) Com-
mission, which said BEST was still awaiting
"a revised EMP" for the golf course, Dr
Livingstone Marshall said the document
was one that had to be adapted as each
project "milestone" was accomplished.
Work on the golf course had not yet
begun.


He explained that the EMP was "not
one final document", with the developers,
San Francisco-based Discovery Land Com-
pany, having already presented three ver-
sions to the BEST Commission.
Dr Marshall said the plan would be
updated as various phases of the develop-
ment, such as the marina and golf course,
were completed.
Commission
He added that the BEST Commission
had approved Discovery Land Company's
actions to date, with the developer hav-
ing gone beyond what was required in
terms of information submitted in some
areas. Dr Marshall said BEST would also
"come and monitor" Baker's Bay to ensure
it was complying with the EMP and all
relevant regulations.
An affidavit filed with the Supreme


Court on January 30 by Donald Cooper,
who manages the BEST Commissioh,
acknowledged that Discovery Land Com-
pany had "satisfied most of its concerns"
with regard to the 585-acre project.
But he added: "However, the BEST
Commission still awaits receipt of a final
design for the proposed golf course that
would minimise or eliminate any ecologi-
cal risk associated with current design, and
a revised EMP."
Dr Cooper's affidavit was filed as part of
the Government's evidence in the case
being brought against it by the Save Gua-
na Cay Reef Association, which is opposed
to the Baker's Bay development.
The trial is set to begin on February 13,
the Supreme Court in Freeport having set
aside three days to hear it. Discovery Land
Company has given an undertaking that no
new work will be done at Baker's Bay until
the court has ruled.


Bahamas sees 29% rise



in New York visitors


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Bahamas' top-perform-
ing US markets helped drive
more than five million visitors
to these shores in 2005, with
stopover tourists arriving from
the New York area increasing
by 29 per cent compared to 2004.
The Ministry of Tourism yes-
terday said that apart from New
York, visitors from the Miami-
Fort Lauderdale area increased
by 7 per cent, with tourists from
the West Palm Beach-Fort
Pierce area growing by 4 per
cent.
In addition, visitors from the
Orlando-Daytona area increased
by 14 per cent, while tourist
arrivals from Tampa and the


Sarasota area grew by 10 per
cent.
Increases were also seen in
other US markets, with visitors
from Atlanta up by 5 per cent
over 2004, and tourists from
Philadelphia and Washington
DC growing by 2 per cent and 7
per cent respectively.
The Ministry of Tourism said:
"In addition, other markets were
up, Canada was up by 10 per
cent, Europe by 2 per cent, the
Caribbean by 10 per cent, Latin
America by 15 per cent, and the
USA as a whole by 1 per cent."
Air arrivals to Andros
declined in 2005 as a result of
the June fire at San Andros Air-
port, which led to its closure
until November 2005. This'
meant "very few passengers


came in through this port during.
this period".
In addition, the Ministry of
Tourism said air arrivals to
Grand Bahama had begun to
climb in September 2005 and
maintain that momentum in
December, although this was not
enough to offset the downturn
experienced during the first eight
months of the year.
Grand Bahama finished 2005
down 11 per cent for total
arrivals. The Ministry of
Tourism added: "Despite the
fact that air arrivals to Abaco
were down for 2005, the island
was still able to come out on top
of the previous year because
the\ received more sea landed
(boaters, etc;) 'and cruise pas-
sengers than they had in 2004."


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upgrade the existing Radisson,
Wyndham and Nassau Beach
hotels.
The upgrades, which include
"a complete renovation and
rebranding" of the 691-room
Radisson to a Sheraton, are
expected to create an average
of 350 jobs over a three-year
period. This will also generate
$30 million in wages and
salaries, according to Global
Insight.
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BAHAMAS REALTY Lm

CBRE,
CB RFICHARD ELLIS
NAVIGATING A NEW WORLD
Tel. 242-393-8618
www. bahamasrealty. bs
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Bahamas Realty Commercial has been retained as the
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cloths as well as a wide range of accessory items.
The company operates two stores: One on Bay Street
and the other on Paradise Island.


For copy of Offering Memorandum contact:
Larry Roberts 242.393.8618 or 242.357.7909


J Colina
Financial Advisors Ltd,
PricingInformation As Of:
08 February 2006
BISX LISTED & TRADED SECURITIES VISIT WWW BISXBAHAMAS.COM FOR MORE DATA & INFqRMATION
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX: CLOSE 1.363.75 / CHG 00.00 / %CHG 00.00 1 YTD 13.04 / YTD % 00.97
. ...i H 5 FL L.'. Syrroo ,! Prei\ ous Close Today's Close Change Dal) oi EPS S D., $ P'E Yield
0.95 0.70 Abaco Markets 0.70 0.70 0.00 -0.169 0.000 N/M 0.00%
10.52 8.00 Bahamas Property Fund 10.48 .10.48 0.00 1.456 0.360 7.2 3.44%
7.24 5.55 Bank of Bahamas 7.00 7.00 0.00 416 0.598 0.330 11.7 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 0.95 Fidelity Bank 1.17 1.17 0.00 0.070. 0.040 16.7 3.42%
9.60 7.47 Cable Bahamas 9.53 9.53 0.00 0.689 0.240 13.8 2.52%
2.20 1.39 Colina Holdings -1.-70. 1.70 0.00 -0.067 0.000 NM 0.00%
9.25 7.30 Commonwealth Bank 9.10 9.10 0.00 6,000 0.791 0.450 10.6 4.92%
4.67 4.12 Consolidated Water BDRs 4.34 4.31 -0.03 0.099 0.045 43.8 1.04%
2.88 1.40 Doctor's Hospital 2.80 2.80 0.00 0.437 0.000 6.4 0.00%
6.20 3.99 Famguard 6.05 6.05 0.00 0.542 0.240 12.7 3.97%
10.95 9.87 Finco 10.95 10.95 0.00 0.717 0.530 15.3 4.84%
11.00 7.50 FirstCaribbean 11.00 11.00 0.00 0.828 0.500 13.3 4.55%
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 C -0.162 0.000 N/M 0.00%
10.20 9.60 ICD Utilities 9.95 9.95 0.00 I; 0.526 0.405 18.9 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 6.45 6.47 0.02 0.138 0.000 46.7 0.00%
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10.14 10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref) 10.00 10.35 10.00 0.000 0.800 NM 7.80%
0.54 0.20 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.00 -0.044 0.000 NM 0.00%
Cllina ': er-Tne-Counler Securities
1J '' 2" !: .Bc' B 41 00 4-'0 J C1 C' 1 220 0 000 194 0 001.
16.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 12.75 13.75 12.50 1.105 0.810 14.6 6.93%
0.60 0.35 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.35 -0.103 0.000 N/M 0.00%
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1.2719 1.2075 Colina Money Market Fund 1.271851*
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***
FINDER CLOSE -*4 03 / YTD 7.6-13% 2005 26 09%b'
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 Fidelity
52wk-Low Lowest closing price in last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colin3 and fidelity)
Previous Close Previous day's weighted price for daily volume Last Price Last traded over-the-counter price
Today's Close Current day's weighted price for daily volume Weekly Vol. Trading volume of the prior week
Change Change in closing price from day to day EPS $ A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
Daily Vol. Number of total shares traded today NAV Net Asset Value
DIV $ Dividends per share paid in the last 12 months N/M Not Meaningful
P/E Closing price divided by the last 12 month earnings FINDEX The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1, 1994 = 100
S- AS AT DEC. 31, 2005/ "" AS AT NOV. 30, 2005
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TO TRP-DE CALL COLINA 242-502-7010 FIDELITY 242-356-776 -


million renovation of the
Radisson, which will re-open
under the management of Star-
wood Hotels & Resorts World-
wide. The renovation will take
place in two phases, closing one
346-room wing for about four
months, before work starts on
the second wing.
Renovations at the Wynd-
ham will total $27 million, and
see the complete renovation of
the 257-room C Tower, and
considerable upgrades to the.
301-rooms in the H and M
Towers. Enhancements will
also be made across the Wyn-
dham's restaurants, exterior,


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and IT systems.
The Wyndham Towers will
be renovated on a floor-by-
floor basis, with no more than
40 guest rooms out of service at
a time to minimise guest incon-
venience and preserve staff
employment.
Work on the C Tower's 224
standard rooms is expected to
be completed by June 2006.
The C Tower's remaining 33
suites, and H and M Tower
rooms, will be renovated dur-
ing the off season and com-
pleted by the end of the year.
The completed Baha Mar
project is set to open in 2010.


GN 319

MINISTRY OF WORKS
AND UTILITIES

NOTICE

MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC
SIGNALS ON
NEW PROVIDENCE ISLAND

Contractors are invited to bid on the Maintenance of Traffic
Signals on New Providence Island.

Interested contractors may collect the Tender Documents
at:

Civil Engineering
Department of Public Works
Ministry of Works & Utilities
John F. Kennedy Drive
Nassau, Bahamas

There will be a fee of $50.00 for each set of documents.
Certified cheques shall be made payable to the "Pbulic
Treasury".

Scealed Bids submissions will be received until 5:00 pm,
20th February, 2006 at:

Chariman of Tenders Board
Ministry of Finance
Sir Cecil Wallace Whitfield Building
West Bay Street
Nassau, The Bahamas

Bidders are invited to attend the Tender opening at 10:00
am, 21st February, 2006 at Tender Board.

Signed
Mrs. Anita Bernard
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Works & Utilities







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"Tach Me, Otn o Thy Wiy"...Psalm119:33

TEMPLE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION


Temple Christian High School

will hold its Entrance Examination on

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11th,
2006
at the school on Shirley Street from
8a.m. 12noon for students wishing to
enter grades, 7,8,9, and 10. Applications
are available at the High School Office
and should be completed and returned
to the school by Friday,
February 10th, 2006.


For further information please call
telephone numbers:
394-4481 or 394-4484.


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MARSHALL ROAD

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

Appraisal: $196,920.00
Heading west on Blue Hill Road, go pass the intersection of Cowpen and Blue Hill Road, turn right onto Marshall
SRoad (Adventure Learning Center Road), follow road to the final curve before the beach. The subject property is
about 100 feet on the right side, grey trimmed white with unfinished building attached.

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

Appraisal: $215,850.00


KENNEDY SUBDIVISION
(NASSAU)

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


Appraisal: $185,461.00
Heading west along Soldier Road take main entrance to Kennedy Subdivision on the left, then take the 1st corner
on the left then 1st right, house is second on your right with garage.

VALENTINES EXTENSION
(NASSAU)
Lot #2 contains a 19 year old 1 1/2 storey four plex with a floor area of 3,621 sq. ft. The two storey section consist
of a master bedroom, bathroom and sitting area.upstairs and two bedrooms, one bath, living, dining, family room
and kitchen downstairs..The single storey consist of one two bedroom, one bath apartment and two efficiency
I'C apartments, land size 7,500 sq. ft. Multi-Family zoning on flat land and not subject to flooding.
Appraisal: $347,006.00

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

,. MURPHY TOWN I'
(ABACO)

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

Appraisal: $60,540.00

LOT 194 BOYD SUBDIVISION
(NASSAU)
S i All that lot of land having an area of 6,400 sq. ft. being lot no 194 of the subdivision known as Boyd Subdivision,
situated in the central district of New Providence this property is comprised of a 35 year old single family, single
Story residence encompassing approximately 1,278 sq. ft. of enclosed living area and inclusive of separate living
and dining rooms, and an average size kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an entry porch, of approximately
88 sq. ft. ventilation is by 2 wall unit air conditioners. The property is at grade and level with good drainage,
landscaping is minimal, consisting of lawns and shrubs in the front, the subject is enclosed with stone walls
mounted with wrought iron and chain link fencing and a wrought iron gate in front there is a 208 sq. ft. cement
driveway leading to a single covered carport of 250 sq. ft. the subject site also has a concrete block storage
.. .shed measuring of approximately 143 sq. ft.

Appraisal: $126,000.00
Traveling west on Boyd Road, turn left onto Foster Street, continue on Foster Street to the 4th corner right, (Roland Ave.) the subject property is the
5th property on the left side painted orange with red/white trim.
Lot No. 68 Woodlawn Way
Winton Heights
S .. (Nassau)
-"S ;; ,, All that piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 14,897 sq. ft. being lot 6, block .13, in the Subdivision known
as Winton Heights, this property is comprised of a 26 year old 11/2 storey single family resident consisting of
Il ". -, approximately 2,567 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bed rooms, 2 baths, upstairs and downstairs consisting
of a foyer, guest bedroom and bath, laundry room, kitchen, powder room, sunken living area, tv room and dining
area. Climate control is provided by wall air conditioning units throughout the house quality of construction and
maintenance is fair as a good amount of remedial work is needed on the roof and plumbing system. The effective
; ... age of the building is seven years the property is rectangular in shape on flat terrain, and on a level grade slightly
elevated above the road to disallow flooding during annual heavy rainy periods. The grounds improvements include
a concrete wall with two double gates at the front with chain-link fencing otherwise, open patios at the front and
back, and a 20,000 gal rainwater cistern under the front patio overall, the grounds are attractive and well kept.
Appraisal: $387,647.00
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Traveling east on Prince Charles Drive go pass Winton Super Value, then second left to T Junction, turn right at T junction and the subject property is
the third house right painted yellow trimmed white.

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

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whole thing and the appellant
would get what he wants. If in
law, there is no jurisdiction to'
do that, why should we do it
now?"
Once it was clear that the
judges were rejecting the stay
application, Mr Callendar sub-
mitted to the Court of Appeal
that his client wished to have at
least $5 million of the $9 mil-
lion sum placed in a secured
account, until the outcome of
any appeal in London.
This submission was also
rejected, but a stipulation was
placed on Mr Campbell to
ensure that he would pay the
funds if the Privy Council
decided against him.
Mr Davis gave an oral under-
taking, and suggested that the
written undertaking be given
to the court once his client was
paid.
However, the judges ruled


that both the money be
released and the undertaking
be given to the Court "imme-
diately".
Mr Campbell rose and stood
before the judges to assure
them that he understood the
requirements.
Mr Callendar told the judges
that the money would have
been made available as of yes-
terday afternoon.
The lawyers were debating
the guidelines of Rule Six of
the Court of Appeal Rules and
its interpretation.
Mr Callendar told the Court
that if the stay could not be
granted, his client was looking
for "good and sufficient secu-
rity" of the money.
He also told the Court that
Mr Ferguson had not directly
made the application for the
stay, but that Mr Ferguson's
attorney, John Wilson, had


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cil rules in their favour.
"It would not be just to order
a stay. He ought not to be
deprived of the money that is
due and payable to him," said
Justice Ganpatsingh.
Justice Osadebay explained
to Mr Alexiou's attorney, Col-
in Callendar, that he had the
right to file an appeal through
the Privy Council, but it did
not give his client the right to
obtain a stay from the Court
of Appeal.
Justice Osadebay said:
"Granting a stay would amount
to the same thing which the
judge below (Justice Anita
Allen) said:.'I have no jurisdic-
tion to do'. It defeats the


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asked him to hold brief on his
behalf.
The Court stuck to its ruling
that: "The sum of $9 millions
to be paid forthwith with inter-
est at ten per cent per annum
with effect from August 31,
2005, until payment."
Justice Ganpatsingh said
they "disagreed fundamental
ly" with Mr Alexiou's submis-
sions, as they went against the
consensual agreement between
the two sides.
Justice Osadebay mentioned
that the funds could have been
accumulating interest for Mt
Campbell by this time.
Mr Davis said the fact that
the funds had not been paid
not only amounted to a loss of
interest, but a "loss of oppor
tunities".
Mr Campbell, who had been
president of CFG's life and
health insurance subsidiary,
now called Colina Imperial
Insurance, held a 45 per cent
stake in CFG.
Mr Alexiou held 45 per cent,
with the remaining 10 per cent
belonging to Mr Ferguson.
Together, their 55 per cent
holding was enough to secure
Mr Campbell's removal when
the dispute between the two
sides broke out in March 2005.
However, the court case just
involves Mr Cambell and his
former business partners in'
CFG, and does not impact Col-
inalmperial Insurance.
Mr Campbell had received
the initial $3.5 million instal-
ment on his pay-off on August
3, 2005, but a dispute their
arose over the $12.5 million fail
market valuation placed on his
stake in CFG.
Mr Alexiou and Mr Fergu'
son are understood to hav6
applied for a stay on the
grounds that the three separate
reports from accountant
brought in to conduct evaluaL
tions of the fair market value of
CFG's assets had not been
completed. ';
The three accountants
each operating independently
of the other two are Gril
ham Garner, Ishmael Light-'
bourne, the former PwG
(Bahamas) head, and Craig
'Tony' Gomez of GomezPaitt
ners & Co.


BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS


TENDER FOR THE RENOVATION AND UPGRADE
OF OFFICE BUILDING CENTRAL ANDROS

Tender No. 595/06

The Bahamas Electricity Corporation invites tenders from eligible bidders to undertake
the renovation and upgrade of its office building at Fresh Creek, Central Andros.

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 24 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. 595/06

"RENOVATION & UPGRADE OFFICE BUILDING CENTRAL ANDROS"

The Corporation reserves the right to accept or reject any or all tenders.


GRAND BAHAMA POWER COMPANYT.::




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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MINISTRY OF HEALTH
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
BAHAMAS GOVERNMENT SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
PROGRAMME

INVITATION FOR TENDERS

The Government of The Bahamas has received a loan from the Inter-
American Development Bank (IDB) towards the cost of the.Bahamas
Solid Waste Management Programme, and it intends to apply part of
the loan proceeds to the construction of:

1. a Transfer Station in Deanwood, South Cat Island; and
2. a Landfill in North Cat Island.

The Project Execution Unit, under the auspices ofthe Department of
Environmental Health Services (DEHS) and The Ministry of Health,
now invites local firms and joint ventures to participate in this bidding
process by presenting sealed bids for construction of the captioned
landfills and transfer stations, at the mentioned family islands. The
procedures for the contracting for the provision of service, financed
by this program, will be subject to the provisions of this loan Contract.

Interested parties may obtain further information, including eligibility
to participate, and may collect a copy the bidding document from the
office of the :

Project Execution Unit
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
MINISTRY OF I-EALTH
Farrington Road
P.O.Box SS-19048
Nassau, The Bahamas

Interested Tenders may purchase a complete set of tender documents
by submitting a written application to the Department of Environmental
Health Services and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of one
hundred ($100.00) dollars. The method of payment will be certified
cheque or cash. The documents would be ready for review as of Friday,
January 20th, 2006.

Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelope(s) marked either:

"Tenders for the Construction of a Transfer Station in South Cat
Island; or
* "Tender for the Construction of a Landfill in North Cat Island.

and sent to:

The Tenders Board
c/o/ The Financial Secretary
Ministry of Finance
P.O.Box N-3017
Nassau, The Bahamas

All tenders must reach the Tender's Board no later than 4:00p.m. on
Monday, February 20th, 2006. All tenders must be submitted in triplicate.
Tenders will be opened at 10:00a.m., on Tuesday, February 21st, 2006,
at the office of the Tenders Board, Ministry of Finance and Planning.
The Government reserves the right to reject any or all Tenders.


BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY
CORPORATION

REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS
:-FOR CUSTOM BROKERAGE SERVICES

TENDER NO. 594/06
'The Bahamas Electricity Corporation invites tenders from eligible bidders for the
Provisions 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"
The Corporation reserves the right to accept or reject any or all tenders.


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UBS (Bahamas) Ltd., a leading global wealth
manager, is seeking an experienced professional
to join their team as

Operations Securities Specialist

In order to meet our requirements all applicants
must possess:

* Bachelor of Science degree in Finance,
Economics or equivalent;
* Series 7 qualifications is a plus;
* Minimum of five years working in the financial
sector;
* Sound knowledge of international markets and
financial instruments;
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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
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, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.


let's talk. 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.
Mo n e y. balance both: 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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PUBLIC NOTICE
Y INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL -
The Public is hereby advised that I, SYLVETA MICHEL,
of Miami Street, Nassau, Bahamas, intend to change my
name to SYLVETA CIVIL. 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.

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LEGAL NOTICE


NOTICE -

SHOREOFF INVEST BAHAMAS LIMITED .
(In Voluntary Dissolution)
Pursudait to the provisions of Section 138 (4) (a), (b) and (c) of
the International Business Act, 2000 notice is hereby given that: -- *
SHOREOFF INVEST BAHAMAS LIMITED is -
in dissolution.
The date of commencement of the dissolution is the f -
^rt ^i li9th January, A.D. 2006.
The liquidator is Cornell Rolle of Dupuch & Turnquest
S& Co. 308 East Bay Street, Nassau, Bahamas.

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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
41t-. -, 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 HA Standards. :.
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ethical standards (especially confidentiality).
Conducing reviews of budgetary systems (including variances analysis), policies,
manpower efficiency and new computer applications.
qelp you become firnancalv,' Discussing audit concerns with the relevant Department/Section head and seek
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FROM page 1B

in this market is critical", Ms
Cornish said the Chinese had
little tolerance for financial
institutions that did not have a
presence in China, and lacked
knowledge of the market.
While institutions such as
HSBC, UBS and Citigroup had
all made inroads into the Chi-
nese private wealth manage-
ment market, Ms Cornish said
the question was whether these
institutions would become suf-
ficiently knowledgeable to not
only attract but retain clients
"permanently", as the Chinese
had, a preference for dealing
with "their own".
Opportunity
As for the Bahamas, Ms Cor-
nishsaid: "The key opportuni-
ty for you is going to be as Chi-
nese firms are encouraged to
take their money abroad to
invest. The globalisation of
Chiiriese firms is going to take
money abroad."
High net worth Chinese
clients were also focused on
succession planning, ensuring


their children were in a posi-
tion to take the family business
forward.
Hong Kong and Singapore
were the two most popular
international financial centres
for Chinese high net worth
individuals, the former because
it was on their "doorstep", and
the latter because it offered a
high degree of confidentiality.
Both locations were cheaper
than Europe because of their
fee structures, and.Chinese
clients were also likely to be
deterred by the European
Union's (EU) Savings Tax
Directive.
The average wealth of the
richest 100 Chinese had
reached $210 million in 2005,
up 40 per cent compared to
2004, with most of those having
earned their fortunes in indus-
tries such as property develop-
ment, retail, Information Tech-
nology (IT), auto parts and soft
drinks.
The average time taken by
those in that 100 to make the
list, from starting their compa-
nies, was 12 years, said Ms Cor-
nish.
The wealthiest 400 Chinese,


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ARTY LECONTE OF WULFF
ROAD, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
,iegistration/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
irdsponsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
;Ndssau, Bahamas.


PUBLIC NOTICE
"INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, EDISON PAUL OLIVER,
of Elizabeth Estates, Bahamas, intend to change my name
1ta EDISON PAUL SWEETING. If there are any objections
this change of name by Deed Poll, you may write such
abjections to the Chief Passport Officer, PO.Box N-742,
Oassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days after the
date of publication of this notice.


SLegal Notice

NOTICE

* EXXONMOBIL CHINA GAS PI

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:
a) EXXONMOBIL CHINA GAS PIPE
dissolution under the provisions of the
S Companies Act 2000.
) The dissolution of the said Company
of February, 2006 when its Articles of
to and registered by the Registrar Gen
c) The Liquidator of the said Company i:
S Bell St, Houston, Texas 77002, U.SJ


FELINE LIMITED


LINE LIMITED is in
SInternational Business

:ommenced on the 7th day
Dissolution were submitted
eral.
s C. C. Beekman, of 800
A.


Dated the 7th day of February, A.D., 2006.
HARRY B. SANDS, LOBOSKY MANAGEMENT CO. LTD
Attorneys for the above-named Company






is accepting applications from
qualified persons for the position of

DEVELOPMENT
MANAGER/TRAINING
OFFICER
The following qualifications are required:
A University Degree in Economics or equivalent
Fluent in English, French Italian and German
(speaking and writing).

a minimum of ten (10) years.
Extensive experience in the field of Asset
Management (Portfolio Management), inclusive
of Hedge Funds.
Please apply in writing to:
Human Resources Manager,
P.O. Box N-1136, Nassau, Bahamas
Absolutely no calls allowed


according to surveys, had an
average wealth of $187 million,
with an average age of 46.9
years-old. Some 55 of the top
400 wealthiest Chinese were
younger than 40.
Other estimates had forecast
that up to 50,000 Chinese were
worth more than $10 million.
Opportunity
By 2020, some 100 million
Chinese are expected to be
travelling abroad for overseas
vacations, and this is a market
the Bahamas is targeting.
However, Ms Cornish said
Chinese tourists were rather
like the Japanese, in that they
preferred outdoor activities and


sightseeing to lying on the
beach. While the Bahamas has
gained approved travel desti-
nation status from the Chinese
authorities, and is now trying to
get its tour operators approved,
this nation lacks attractions
outside its 'sun, sand and sea'
qualities.
Ms Cornish said the
Bahamas needed to "have very
selective, but very active"
excursions and attractions to
participate in.
"These are people who do
not want to sit around on the
beach, but are interested in
outdoor activities, such as going
on someone's yacht, someone's
submersible. You've got to
keep them busy."


Legal Notice

NOTICE


EXXONMOBIL CHINA GAS PIPELINE LIMITED

Creditors having debts or claims against the above-named
Company are required to send particulars thereof to the
undersigned c/o P.O. Box N-624, Nassau, Bahamas on or
before 6th March, A.D., 2006. In default thereof they will be
excluded from the benefit of any distribution made by the
Liquidator.

Dated the 7th day of February, A.D., 2006.

C. C. Beekman
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at athletes for not competing?


BAHAMAS Association of Athletic
Association's president Mike Sands is
irate and he has every reason to be.
The Commonwealth Games are fast
approaching in Melbourne, Australia
and it appears that the Bahamas will be
without some of her key athletes.
Late last year, Tonique Williams-Dar-
ling informed The Tribune that she is
expected to make the trek "Down
Under" to participate in a training camp,
but she won't compete in the games.
This week, sprinter Debbie Ferguson
announced in The Tribune that she will
not be going at all. Instead, she will con-
tinue to work on preparing for the out-
door season.
Sands was highly upset with these lat-
est developments. He indicated that
there are others who have indicated that
they will also be opting not to compete,
for various reasons.
Whatever the reasons are, Sands said
it doesn't look good on the part of the
Bahamas Olympic Association, because
they were expecting to field one of the
strongest teams ever to compete in the
four-yearly games.
In fact, for the first time in a long time,
the BAAA was looking at running a


women's 4 x 400 relay team along side
the women's 4 x 100 team.
Now, with both Williams-Darling and
Ferguson-McKenzie pulling out, it would
appear that the Bahamas will have to sit
out both relays.
Sands said this was to have been the
launching of "Project Beijing" as the
association started the progress of getting
ready for the 2008 Olympic Games.
Now it would appear that they will
have to wait until the Central American
and Caribbean Games are staged in
Colombia in July for those teams to
come together.
What makes it difficult for Sands is
the fact, he said, that they sat down with
the athletes at the World Championships
in Helsinki, Finland last August and laid
out the course of plans for this year.
What a difference a year makes.
Ferguson-McKenzie got married in
December and in between her prepara-
tions, she was working towards making
her comeback after taking off last year
because of a surgery to remove her
appendix.
After racing last Friday at the Milrose
Games in Madison Square Gardens in
New York, Ferguson-McKenzie said the


last place finish in 7.20 seconds in the
women's 60 metres showed that she was-
n't quite fit and ready to run the rounds
so early in the year at the Common-
wealth Games.
She is, by the way, the defending 100
and 200 metre champion at the games
and was also a part of the victorious
women's 4 x 100 relay team that includ-
ed Chandra Sturrup, Sevatheda Fynes
and Timicka Clarke.
Williams-Darling, on the other hand,
said she prefer to take some time off
from her previous two gruelling seasons
in which she came up with the Olympic
Games and World Championship gold
medals in the women's 400.
The Commonwealth Games and the
Pan American Games next year are the
only two major international meets that
she hasn't won, and she had expressed an
interest last year of completing the cycle
as she worked her way back to Beijing.
But things changed too for Williams-
Darling and she indicated that she will
forego those plans and back out of the
Commonwealth Games.
Is it fair to the country, who support
those athletes financially by way of a
monthly stipend from the government?


Some may argue that it isn't. But on
the same token, why take a lame horse to
the race track?
These are professional athletes, whose
job it is to make money competing for a
living.
If they feel they are not prepared to go
out there and give it a hundred per cent,
then I think they should not compete.
Yes, we will miss them, especially
when your names are as big on the inter-
national scene as Williams-Darling and
Ferguson-McKenzie.
But I would rather see them well rest-
ed, in fine form and competing at their
best, then for them to go out there and
run just because the country has a team
entered and they are expected to be a
part of it.
It would appear that the BOA will just
have to focus its attention on the men
and their quest to get back on top with a
gold medal in the men's 4 x 400 relay.
Plus, there are other sports that the
Bahamas will be entered in, namely
swimming, cycling and boxing.
So while the athletic team will be
depleted of some of the top stars, there is
still a ray of hope for those will be com-
peting in the other events.


Women's teams get ready for All-Star Classic


* BASKETBALL
'By KELSIE JOHNSON
iJmUnior Sports Reporter

The stars are expected to
shine bright this weekend, as
the-New Providence Women's
Basketball Association (NPW-
BAj host their second annual
Alt-Star Classic.
"The classic, which will take
place this weekend at the DW
DiAvis gym, will feature some
of the league's top players, all
-vying for this year's prizes.
'The team unity will be
thiown out of the window in
thle hosting of the first three-
poiit shoot-out.
I-, teammates Sharelle Cash,
Felecia Cartwright and Suzzette
McKenzie will try and keep the
three-point shooting title in the
Cleaning Centre Angels club,
btut'they would first have to
ward off the red hot shooters
fI66i the Johnson Lady Truck-









,PRESIDENT'S TEAM

-Kaivonne Newbold (center)
'4COB Lady Caribs

Natasha Miller (center) -
Defence Force Bluewaves

-Keisha Richardson (PF)-
'The Cleaning Centre Angels

Antoinette Knowles (PF) -
Johnson Lady Truckers

Brooks Smith (SF)-
Sunshine Auto Cheetahs

Suzette McKenzie (SG) -
The Cleaning Centre Angels

Felecia Cartwright (SG) -
The Cleaning Centre Angels

:;*;Christine Sinclair (PG) -
COB Lady Caribs

Varel Davis (PG)-
Defence Force Bluewaves

VICE PRESIDENT'S TEAM

Linda Pierre (center) -
Sunshine Auto Cheetahs

Chrsyhann Percentie (centre)
Defence Force Bluewaves

Kimberley Rolle (SF) -
COB Lady Caribs

Janice Williams(PF)-
Johnson Lady Truckers

Delarene Fergson (SF)-
Sunshine Auto Cheetahs

,,Sharelle Cash (SG)-
The Cleaning Centre Angels

Glenda Gilcud (SG)-
Johnson Lady Truckers

Shantell Rolle (PG)-
Johnson Lady Truckers

Lucinda Silven (PG)-
Sunshine Auto Cheetahs


ers, Shantell Rolle and Glenda
Gilcud. Also putting their
hands in the basket will be Sun-
shine Auto Cheetahs' Brooks
Smith, COB Lady Caribs'
Christine Sinclair and Kimber-
ley Rolle.
The winner in the three-point
competition will be named the
league's best shooter and will
receive a cash prize and a round
trip ticket to any Family Island.
The tip off of the hottest
game since the league started
will immediately follow the
three-point shoot out.
As last year, the league has
brought back some of the first
female basketball players to
take on their young guns.
The Golden Oldies team will
feature basketball players from
the 1970s and 1980s. they will
be coached by Vincent Fergu-
son (president's team) and Sis-
ter Annie Thompson (vice
president's team), while the
NPWBA teams will be coached
by Sharon Storr and Mario
Bowleg.
The All-Star game will have
an 8.30pm tip-off, with the
shoot-out expected to start at
7.30pm.

Pictures show some of the
players taking part in the tour-
nament this weekend


*.


* JOHNSON Lady Truckers Chantell Johnson dribbles the ball as Cleaning Centre Angels' Suzette McKenzie applies the defence.
The Angels won 87-77 in this season opening victory


* CLEANING Centre Angels' Sharelle Cash gets a pass off N JOHNSON'S Lady Truckers guard Chantell Rolle goes up for two of her game high 33 points in
under the defense of Johnson Lady Truckers' Chantell Rolle. an 87-77 loss to the Cleaning Centre Angels.
The Angels won 87-77. (Photo: Felipe Major)


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* BASKETBALL
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
AS time ticks off clock for
the start of the 24th annual AF
Adderley Hugh Campbell Bas-
ketball Invitational tournament,
committee members are
pleased with the confirmation
of teams and that the contro-
versies. which surrounded this
year's tournament have been
cleared up.
But their biggest challenge
before the tournament kicks off
from February 20-27 will be
securing sponsorships.
Although the Ministry of,
Youth Sports and Culture has
stepped in to relieve some of
the financial burden, the tour-
nament is still lacking financial
assistance.
So far only one sponsor has
stepped forward and the com-
mittee is currently appealing to
the public to assist with the
development of youths in the
Bahamas.
One of the biggest challenges
the committee would have
faced was the refurbishment of
the AF Adderley gym;
The gym, which undergoes a
complete makeover every year
before the tournament, is usu-
ally a hefty cost and according
to chairman Ricardo Ferguson
the offering of the Sir Kendal
Isaacs Gym has helped the com-
mittee a lot.
He said: "We are kind of lim-
ited with the sponsorship, but I
must confirm that the tourna-


ment will go on.
"The Ministry has stepped in
to do their part. The points
under the 11 point plan is
designed to help the teams
more than the tournament. We
are grateful to the minister for
offering us the Sir Kendal Isaacs
gym, this would help relieve
some of our financial burden.
"But as far as the governing
of the tournament, sponsorship
is still needed. Even though we
don't have that major sponsor
or the backing we usually have,
we are still determined to put
on the best tournament in
town."
All games in this year's tour-
nament will be played at the Sir
Kendal Isaacs gym, unlike in
the past when only the play-off
and championship matches
were played at the national
gym.
For Ferguson the change in
venue will not in any way make
the tournament different,
although the AF Adderley gym
gives the fans an opportunity to
be closer to the action.
Nonetheless the committee
feels as though the venue
change will help the tourna-
ment, especially since there is
road construction around the
gym's main entrance.
With this year's team being
played under the theme "Deter-
mine to beat the odds," the
committee is certain that the
problems they have encounter
this far will be cleared away
before the first game.
To date 34 teams have con-


firmed their participation. This
number also includes top teams
from Grand Bahama.
For the first time this year
the committee has extended an
invitation to a team from Bimi-
ni and the Turks and Caicos
Islands.
Ferguson said: "The Turks
and Caicos.team always wanted
to be a part of this tournament,
they have always wanted us to
invite them to the tournament,
so we felt as though it was a
timely manner to invite them.
"Turks is like a part of the
Bahamas in some sense, there
are a lot of Turks Islanders liv-
ing here so we didn't see the
need to deny them their request
into entering the tournament.
"Invitations have also been
sent out and accepted by a
school in Bimini and also the
smaller based schools. Although
they might not belong to a big
governing body like the other
schools, they are still a part of
the Bahamas."
The committee has con-
firmed that the tournament's
name will remain the AF
Adderley Hugh Campbell Invi-
tational Basketball tournament,
instead of the Hugh Campbell
National High School Basket-
ball Championships, which was
being lobbied for in the 11-
point plan.
Although the tournament will
be played at the Sir Kendal, the
opening ceremony will be held
at the AF Adderley gym,
Wednesday February 22, at
9am.


* ALL games in the AF Adderel) Hugh Campbell Basketball Iniitational will be played at the Sir
Kendal Isaacs gym.


Machines break down before Comets


* By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
THE double dose of
Knowles was just too much for
the St Augustine's Big Red
Machines to tear apart yester-
day, as the Queen's College
Comets derailed the Machines
to take the Bahamas Associa-
tion of Independent Secondary
Schools junior girls' champi-
onship title.
The Comet's victory was led
by Tristyne and Debinique
Knowles, who in a combined
effort scored all of the team's
points, which give the team a
29-25 win.
The pennant-winning Big
Red Machines relied heavily
on their point guard Alicia
Musgrove, but the Comet's
duo was just to tough for her to
handle by herself.
Taking her team to a quick
5-0 lead, Musgrove tried to
ward off the pesky Knowles'
duo but she wasn't able to con-
tain both.
With her teammates playing
little defence she opted to take
on Tristyne, leaving the other
half for her teammates to pick
up.
But this plan didn't work for
the team, as Debinique
stepped up to close in the Big
Red MAchine's first quarter
lead.
The Comets never looked


back after this, realising that
the Big Red Machine's defence
was crumbling, the team
pushed the ball down the heart
of the Big Red Machine's
stands.
Turning to their offence to
bring them back into the game
was the Big Red Machine's
next move but Musgrove was
heavily guarded and no one
else crime to take up the slack.
Musgrove said: "It is a team
effort and I really wanted
everyone to step up today, but
most of us didn't bring our A
game and that really hurt the
team.
Although the Comet's failed
to protect the ball in the open-
ing minutes of the second
quarter, the Big Red Machines
could not capitalise on the
turnovers. With only two min-
utes fading off the clock, the
Comets had turned the ball
over four times.
But Tristyne helped her
team to bounce back with a
baseline move that drew two
defenders. Determine to score,
Tristyne defied the first
defender, connecting on the
shot just before the second
defender was called with the
foul. The three-point play was
now
successful and the Comets
had taken-the lead.
Debinique said: "We really
wanted this game, we knew


that had them so we contin-
ued to push them, Scoring was
little easy for us, they couldn't
stop us.
"By the fourth quarter we
kept pushing even though we
were a little tired. I just wanted
to keep on pushing the ball
and try to make more baskets
so we can win."
With two consecutive 3-sec-
ond calls made on them, the
Big Red Machines tried to
make a push at the lead.
Musgrove had connected
from behind the arch and the
game was now all tied up. By
this point the Comets had gone
into a shooting slump.
Tristyne said: "I wanted to
beat this team and show them
that we are the number one
junior girls team. They really
thought that we were coming
into the championships with no
fire but we really showed them.
"We wanted this, the cham-
pionship title means a lot to
us. We proved to them that
they can't beat us. The game
they won was on their home
court, that is the only reason
why they beat us' out for pen-
nant. But this is the one that
counts."
Tristyne ended the game as
the top scorer banking in 15
points, Debinique chipped in
with 14 points. For the Big Red
Machines, Musgrove lead her
team with 16 points.


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tournament game.


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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2006


The Tribune


SECTION


Sermons, Church Activities, Awards


'Taking Jesus to the wor


* By PETURA BURROWS
STribune Feature Writer
I n the days when Jesus walked
the earth, people saw many
miracles. The blind received
healing, the lame walked and
persons with terminal diseases
were brought back to perfect health.
Today however, the claim of a miracle is
seen as suspect, and many people have
lost faith in the prospect of seeing a real
miracle unfold before their eyes a real
miracle, and not some staged situation.
Religious leaders and theologians
worldwide however, will tell you that
the God who exercised His power to
do the impossible, as is recorded
throughout the Bible, is still exercising
His power centuries later.
The Bahamas Christian Council
believes that the Bahamian public will
witness that fact this coming weekend
when internationally renowned minister,
Rev Ernest Angley of the Ernest
Angley Ministries based in Akron,


Ohio, brings his miracle crusade min-
istry to the Bahamas for the first time.
As part of his mission 'to take Jesus to
the world', Rev Angley and a team of 60
persons from his ministry are currently
in the capital ministering in various
communities. You might have noticed
them in red T-shirts passing out tracks
and religious literature at various bus
stops. But this is only a fraction of what
the team plans to do while in Nassau.
The team is expected to open a sem-
inar for pastors and ministers of all
denominations at the Transfiguration
Baptist Church, Market & Vessey
Streets later today. The Miracle Cru-
sades begin Friday evening at 7pm on
Clifford Park and will continue to Sun-
day.
Supporting the Ernest Angley Min-
istries' visit to the Bahamas is the
Bahamas Christian Council (BCC),
which made it clear during a press con-
ference held earlier this week, that the
crusade is "no hoax", and that the min-
istry of Ernest Angley is genuine.


"Why we are so excited about this
ministry is because most evangelists that
come to the Bahamas come almost with
an agenda and that is why the press has
always been so hard on us when we
bring in evangelists. But this is the first
time in my history, that an evangelist is
coming to the Bahamas with no agenda.
And to prove it, when he first made his
initial contact with us to come, after
praying for years and the Lord led him
here, he said that whatever it costs for
him to come here, his ministry will han-
dle the expense. And he has done that.
He has not asked us for one cent," pres-
ident of the Christian Council Rev
William Thompson said in an interview
with Tribune Religion.
"(Rev Angley) would not leave here
with one cent after he would have
invested thousands and thousands of
dollars because he believes in his heart
that God has lead him here to make
this country understand that in the midst
of it all, God is in control," Rev Thomp-
son said.


Rev Thompson also noted that Rev
Angley has promised that all offerings
collected during the crusade will be giv-
en back to the Council for the "fur-
therance of evangelism work here in
the Bahamas".
According to Rev Thompson, many
persons, even Christians, have gotten
so caught up in the materialistic, fast-
paced world that they don't take the
time to notice even the obvious miracles
around them. One is the miracle of life,
and as simple as that sounds, it should
not be taken for granted, Rev Thomp-
son said.
He told Tribune Religion: "There is
no question that because of the time in
which we live, and the easy access to
get material things, sometimes people
do not really appreciate miracles as they.
used to. But even in this day of plenty,
most of the things that are happening to
us are still a miracle because God is

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* WITH camera in hand, senior Tribune photographer Felipe Major has vowed to capture the picturesque hallways of churches in New Providence to the delight of
our dedicated Religion section readers. In this week's collage, he chose to feature St Francis Xavier Cathedral on West Street where the Catholic Archbishop, Most
Rev Patrick Pinder, is in charge. According to a church spokesperson, the older part of the structure (on the right side) was dedicated in 1887.
See more pictures on Page 10C


'I don't want you to sit next



to me with your Haitian self'


* By CLEMENT JOHNSON
WHILE riding the bus on Monday I
overheard a young girl, in the school uni-
form of S.C. McPherson Junior High
School on J.F.K. Drive, tell another stu-
dent: "I don't want you to sit next to me
with your Haitian self."
This to me was very upsetting after hear-
ing the gospel the previous weekend from
Mark 1:29-39. It was the story about Jesus
in the city of Capernaum when on the Sab-
bath he entered the Synagogue and taught.
It's recorded that the people were astound-
ed by his teaching. While he was there a
man with an unclean spirit cried out his
name, saying:
"What have you to do with us, Jesus of
Nazareth? Have you come to destroy us? I
know who you are, the Holy One of God."
Mark reports that Jesus rebuked the
man, and asked him to be silent as he
ordered the demons out of him. Jesus was
teaching in the Synagogue, a place of wor-
ship, when he was confronted by the man


with the unclean spirits. The Synagogue
was a holy place and neither unclean spir-
its nor unholy people were allowed in. So,
according to tradition, Jesus was expected
to throw the man out, or, like the young
lady on the bus said: "I don't want you to
sit next to me."
Jesus did not do this, he quietly and with
authority asked the spirit to come out of
the man. He could have alienated him and
driven him out, but no, Jesus recognized
that this man needed help, so instead of
driving him away, Jesus gave him the help
he needed. Jesus drove out the demon
which possessed him, and healed him thus
giving him back his freedom.
In listening to the young lady, I won-
dered what I would have done or said. I
looked at her and told her that it was an
impolite and rude remark to make. She
only looked at me and replied: "Whatev-
er."
The question we need to ask ourselves
today is what would we do if an unclean
spirit wandered in here next to us.? Let's


say a person plagued by mental illness
comes in and sits down near us, what
would we do?
I can remember a number of times while
having breakfast in McDonald's down-
town this would be the scenario, where a
young lady, who was mentally challenged,
would come and clear papers and your
tray from the table before you were actu-
ally finished with your food. She was
accompanied by an odour that was not
always pleasant. A few times I would get
up and leave my breakfast there, because
I was upset by her presence. As I sit and
write this, I am wondering if I am just as
guilty as the young student. Maybe I could
have been a little more compassionate
toward the mentally challenged lady and
offered to buy her some food and to even
try and seek help for her to get a proper
bath. Well as I did not do it, I will never
have the opportunity to be able to read

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* REV ERMA AMBROSE


New rector

'brings a

wealth of

experience'

* By CLAYTON N
CURTIS
REVEREND Erma
Ismay Ambrose, in an his-
toric event, was installed as
the first female rector of an
Anglican church in the dio-
cese of the Bahamas and
Turks and Caicos Islands,
Sunday, January 16.
Reverend Ambrose is
now the incumbent at Saint
Michael and Saint Nicholas
in East End, Grand
Bahama. She brings a
wealth of experience to the
new posting, as she previ-
ously served for five years
as rector of the Parish of
Holy Cross in Barbados.
Presiding as chief cele-
brant and preacher was
Reverend Drexel W
Gomez, archbishop of the
Anglican church in the
province of the West Indies
and bishop of the diocese
of the Bahamas and Turks
and Caicos Islands.
In his address, Archbish-
op Gomez focused on mis-
sion and ministry and urged
Reverend Ambrose to pay
particular attention to the
uniqueness of her parish
which has its own share of
challenges and idiosyn-
crasies. It is located in a rur-
al area of the island and is
one of the few parishes in
the diocese with multiple
congregations that are situ-
ated on separate land mass-
es. Saint Michael and All
Angels church is located on
nearby Sweetings Cay.
Reverend Ambrose was
urged to always be mindful
that the ultimate responsi-
bility of the parish rests
with her.
Meanwhile, the laity

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PAGE 2C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2006


REIG O


'There is


life and


death


in the


power


of your


words'

By SHANNON K DEAN
LONG before the fatal shot
of a bullet or the deadly wield
of a knife, there were wound-
ing words that resulted in such
tragedies.
If the truth be told, we are all
armed with this potentially
dangerous weapon on a daily
basis. This weapon is more
deadly than the knives or guns
that some wield and then find
themselves facing severe prob-
lems and difficult circumstances
as a result. While this weapon
may not expose the body to
noticeable physical harm, like
that of a knife or gun, it is by
no means less fatal.
The bible says there is life
and death in the power of your
words. Yet, we choose to wield
harmful words each day.
Whether it's in traffic, in the
work place or even at home at
our loved ones. Because there
are no gruesome physical signs
or instant repercussions for
using this weapon, we think
nothing about it. But little do
we know, those same words are
being used not only to wound
the person they were intended
for, they are also wounding us.
Newspaper
Is it fair then to open the dai-
ly newspaper and nod our
heads at those that were caught
using physical weapons when
we ourselves are brandishing
weapons in "word" form every
single day? Before the pulling
of a trigger or the thrusting of a
knife something was said that
caused tempers to flare; it was
an unkind word. A kind word
or an unspoken word may not
feel like your best defense
strategy when someone lashes
out at you, but it can change
the entire reflection of an oth-
erwise unfavourable-outcome.
Proverbs 15:1 says, "A kind
Sword turns away wrath, but a
harsh word stirs up anger". Let
us be careful to examine the
motives behind our words
before releasing them from our
tongues. Is it a word to edify
or destroy? Is it to advise or
condemn? Is it to bring peace
or war? We strategically
choose our words so we know
the exact intent of them. So if
your words are harsh expect
the results to be harmful, but if
they are kind, anticipate calm.
The word of God cannot lie!
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involved. Most of the things we
achieve in life is miraculous,
but it's only because of this
advanced technology that we
believe that it comes in anoth-
er way.
"God is still doing miracles
everyday. I'm a miracle."
Rev Thompson said that he
is expecting God to doing
something miraculous for indi-
viduals who need physical heal-
ing as well as for those who
need mental and psychological
burdens lifted. But the impact
of these crusades will also
touch the country at a national
level, as the country comes
together at Clifford Park for


CALVARY
DELIVERANCE
CHURCH

THE church's Massive Youth Ministry will
host The Uprising Prayer and Praise Rally,
Friday, February 10, @ 7pm.

GOLDEN GATES
ASSEMBLY WORLD
OUTREACH
MINISTRIES
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 state-
ment.
For further information, contact the church's
office at 361-3347.


one purpose, to seek God.
It willbe, he believes, a situ-
ation like that found in II
Chronicles 7:14, where God
says that if His people, who are
called by His name, would.
humble themselves and pray
and seek His face and turn
from their wicked ways, He
would then hear from heaven
and heal their land.
"We believe in the coming
together of the Christian
church under one banner with
one thing on our mind. After
this move, there will be a
change in the behaviour of
mankind," he said, acknowl-
edging however that there will
always be some persons who
will walk from under 'the cov-
ering'.


33RD ANNUAL
ANGLICAN CHURCH
MEN CONFERENCE
Venue: Holy Cross Parish. New Providence
Thursday, March 16
6pm 9pm Registranon/ Welcome
On Friday, March 17
8am 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 by 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 Thanksgiving at Christ Church
Cathedral.


At eighty-six years old, Rev
Angley is in the 'era of the Bil-
ly Grahams' and is now in the
Bahamas to affect a move of
God, said Rev Thompson.
Reverend Ernest Angley, is
the pastor and founder of
Grace Cathedral in
Akron/Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
He leads a tremendous world-
wide outreach ministry, spread-
ing the Gospel by way of cru-
sades, television, radio and the
print media in many nations.
Rev Angley's television
shows, The Ernest Angley
Hour, (aired weekly) and The
Ninety and Nine Club (aired
daily), present the fullness of
God's Word to the people sal-
vation, healing and the baptism
of the Holy Ghost. The min-
istry has thousands of outreach
partners throughout the world.
The ministry owns a televi-
sion station which helps Rev
Angley to reach billions around
the world with the Gospel.
"God has endowed Reverend
Angley with special gifts to
bring healing for soul, mind
and body to the multitudes. He
does not claim to be a healer
but a witness to the marvelous
healing power of Christ," his
website states.
Rev Max Manning, who has
been co-ordinator of the min-
istry's international crusades
for the past 27 years, was also
in attendance at the press con-
ference, along with other offi-
cials from the ministry. Rev
Manning told Tribune Religion
that the ministry has held such
crusades in more than 63 coun-
tries around the world, and
praise reports about healing
continue to pour in from those
countries.
When it comes to dealing
with the finances of these con-
ferences, the ministry is metic-
ulous, Rev Manning said. "It's
my duty on Monday, following
the crusade, before we depart
to make sure that every bill has
been paid and covered and that
we have a certificate from the
committee (BCC) that accord-


ing to their knowledge all bills
have been paid. And we are
very diligent about that
because some ministries have
left owing money and left a
brown taste. But not this min-
istry. We are very careful with
that."
According to Rev Manning,
the ministry continues to fund
such expensive programmes in
obedience to the Great Com-
mission of Jesus, which is to go
into all the world and preach
the gospel. "We are just obey-
ing what God said, and seek
the direction of the Holy Spir-
it of what countries to go to".
Personal
Rev Manning's endorsement
of Rev Angley is also very per-
sonal. Seven years ago he fell
victim to a massive stroke that
left him blind and unable to
use his legs. Rev Angley
prayed for him and he was
healed. "It was in a couple of
days time that I received my
sight. I had been blind for three
weeks. I couldn't use my legs. I
couldn't talk. And it was a
great miracle."
Rev Manning told Tribune
Religion that miracles are very.
real, but many persons doubt
them because they don't see
the actual power of God work
through their lives or through
the lives of someone close to
them. But once that power is
seen, and proven not to be
fake, people will believe.
"If the message is empha-
sized and if the power of God is
demonstrated where they
realise that these are true mir-
acles, that this ministry is not
just going through the motions
hoping that things will get bet-
ter, they will believe.
"Rev Angley believes that
when he prays, miracles will
transpire. Some, as in Jesus
days, were healed as they went.
Patients go back to the doctor
and the proof is there. And we
have hundreds of letters like
that."


expecting 0od to do a miracu-
lous wor. through these cru-
sades, as has been experienced
in various countries around the
world.
"I think the title depicts what
we will see this weekend, the
Ernest Angley Miracle Cru-
sade. There will be many mira-
cles and we feel that the great-
est miracle is salvation: People
will visibly see miracles tran-
spire, people who they know.
People with no sense of smell
will get their healing, the blind
will see, the deaf will hear and
the dumb will talk."


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'If you



think,



you



will



thank'

By ALLISON MILLER
"IF YOU think, you will
thank," Bishop Chadwick'
James said, ending the service
and reminding the congrega-
tion that they are blessed to be(
alive and that they should
remember to give God thanks.'
It was the first of three ser-'
vices leading up to the 11th'
Anniversary Service of Petra-
Bible Ministries, which was on
February 5. We had a time, or
as we say in the body of Christ,
"we had church". I wish every-
one could have been there, it
was awesome. The theme was,
"A New Place, A New Time, A
New Season" Isaiah 43:18-21.
In your own time I encour-
age you to read it. Who knows
what God will say through this
passage of scripture to you.
Maybe you are in a new time, a
new place and are facing a new
season in your life. All I can
tell you is remain faithful and
at the right time God will move
in your life.
Always be mindful that when
God says that it is your time,
that time won't be over until
God says that it's over. If he
declares that you will be in a
wildness experience, that expe-
rience won't end until He ends
it. It is the same with blessings.
If He says this is your time to
be blessed you will be and that
won't stop until He stops it.
Each special service leading
up to the anniversary was a
blessing and it assuredus, as a
congregation, that our work
didn't stop there and that there
is so much more to be done.
As a people we accept that fact.
We know that we have a great
work to do and by God's spirit
we will get it done.
After the service was over I
went to Bishop James and
asked him what he meant by
that phrase, "if you think, you
will thank" and he explained.
"If you think about all the
things that God has done for
you, you would have no time to,
be depressed."
I agree with him. If we con-
sider the many things or just
one thing that God has done
in our lives we would live vic-
torious lives. I know it sounds
like I'm saying that Christians
live defeated lives and that's
not the case.
The truth is, being a Christ-
ian is not always easy because
our flesh is still alive. We make
conscious decisions to do what
it tells us to do. The Apostle
Paul says we should bring our
bodies under subjection to the
holy spirit and work daily to
kill the flesh. If we would only
renew our minds daily, submit
our will to God's will, love each
other as we love ourselves, then.
God would increase the body
and see his Church grow with-
out any problems.
Since we "kick against the
prick" we always have a strug-
gle in our walk with God. I'm
glad God is who He is, not like;
man, who is impatient and
ready to condemn. God is mer-
ciful and extends his love
regardless of the situation we,
find ourselves in. That's a good;
God and Jesus died to prove
His goodness and love.
Bishop James, I agree with
you, "If we think, we/will
thank." God is to good for us
not to think about Him all the
time. Thank you for remind-
ing us.


Rev Man ing, like the
Bahamas Cl istian Council, is


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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2006, PAGE 3C


THE TRIBUNE


RELIGN-


Democracy and





free speech


* By FR HENRY CHARLES
A COUPLE of years ago I came across
quite by accident Peter Balakian's Black
Dog of Fate, an elegant and moving auto-
biographical memoir of an immigrant
Armenian family in New Jersey in the 50s
and 60s. It was my introduction to the
Armenian genocide of 1915-18. In the book,
Balakian explored secrets of his family's
past, and in particular his awakening to the
Turkish government's silence regarding
what most people view as the first geno-
cide of the twentieth century.
Milan Kundera, the great Czech writer,
once said that humankind's struggle against
power is "the struggle of memory against
forgetting." Balakian hardly forgets. He
wrote again about the genocide in The
Burning Tigris in 2003.
Why is any of this important or relevant?
Last month in Turkey, the writer Orhan
Pamuk went on trial, accused of committing
a crime by mentioning in an interview with
a Swiss newspaper that "thirty thousand
Kurds and a million Armenians" were killed
in Turkey after World War I. Pamuk faces
up to four years' imprisonment for "insult-
ing Turkish identity," by speaking out about
the genocide. To quote him: "Thirty thou-
sand Kurds and a million Armenians were
killed in Turkey. Almost no one dares speak
but me and the nationalists hate me for
that." This was the evidence of his "crime."
Historians are widely agreed that the
killings constituted genocide, but the subject
remains taboo in Turkey. Turks killed
Armenians, the nationalists say, and Arme-
nians killed Turks, in the world war and in
inter-ethnic violence, but not in a genocide.
Britain has never officially acknowledged
the genocide; neither has the US. Euro-
pean states, however, and France in par-
ticular, have insisted that Turkey make the
acknowledgement, as a pre-condition for
entry into the European Union.
In response to general EU criticism,
Turkey revised its penal code. The new
code, however, still criminalizes public com-
ments that "denigrate Turkishness" or crit-
icize the state, the army, or the founder of
the republic, Ataturk.
The government was not alone in attack-
ing Pamuk. Nationalist groups and the press
joined in the assault, amidst a wave of
nationalistic sentiment.


/
/
/


* FR H CHARLES


In the West reaction was uneven. The
NY Times had a solitary critical piece by
Pankaj Mishra, an Indian writer and literary
critic. London's Sunday Times, on the oth-
er hand, only noted that "Pamuk's case has
been an embarrassment for the Turkish
government." The Independent felt that
Turkey was giving excuses to her enemies.
There was no wave of protest regarding
the obvious, that Turkey had denied Pamuk
his right to free speech.
This right ordinarily never lacks for advo-
cates and champions in the West. One
thinks of Salman Rushdie. In 1989, the Aya-
tollah Khomeini sentenced Rushdie to
death, for blasphemy against the prophet
Muhammad in his novel "The Satanic Vers-
es." The "fatwa" created a huge consensus
in the West among editors, columnists, fel-
low novelists, and poets all defending
Rushdie's right to freedom of expression.
The Ayatollah stood for what fundamental
rights had freed human beings from -
obscurantism, dogma, and religious mind
control.
Interestingly, as Mishra noted, opposi-
tion to Pamuk comes, not from religious
extremists, but from the political right wing,
which in Turkey means the determined sec-
ularists..
Turkey is often upheld in the West as an
example of a Muslim society that forswears
fundamentalism and wishes to embrace all
the modern values. It sees its future as very


much at home with Europe, not the Middle
East.
This is perhaps why Pamuk has not
caused as intense a reaction as Rushdie.
It's not only that Pamuk is a lesser known
writer, but that his situation does not fit
the prevailing orthodox polarities: funda-
mentalism vs liberalism, democracy vs
extremism. You don't expect to find a flat
denial, of a basic constitutional right in a
society that claims to endorse liberal values.
What it means is that Turkey's national-
ist agenda, in one significant respect at least,
is more important than its liberal creed. All
the emblems of modernity secularism,
democracy, and a free market economy -
are no guarantee of free speech. It's a bad
mix when uncritical nationalism and patri-
otism become linked. The brave become
silent. We know now, for instance, that it
was in part the fear of being perceived as
unpatriotic that kept the free press in the
US from rigorously examining official jus-
tification for the war in Iraq.
These issues are not that foreign to us. It's
not so very long ago that our own late dis-
tinguished Prime Minister and nationalist
famously said: "When I talk, no damn dog
bark." And of some of those in his centre of
influence would later remark how fright-
ened "big men" were to be on his wrong
side. But it's more than a matter of an iso-
lated, personal trait. The modern political
party will kneel before a liberal constitution
and still disallow criticism of its policies by
individual members. The value is not the
individual but the monolith. Free speech is
really like one of'those framed testimonials
one sees on office walls: this is our mission
statement.
Democracy and fundamentalism the
polarity can be abstract and simplistic. It
leads us erroneously to believe it's only
those who live in rigid societies who are
denied fundamental rights. They dislike our
values, President Bush said famously after
9/11. But it's not too hard sometimes to
understand why. One gets the feeling at
times that Westerners think it's only
extremists who see nothing wrong in with-
holding fundamental rights from people
who have full title to them.
(Fr Henry'Charl's is pastor of St Patrick-
's Catholic Church in Port of Spain,
Trinidad).


* By REV ANGELA
BOSFIELD MEDITATION
PALACIOUS


SAINT Valentine was
such a loving bishop that we
have continued to celebrate
the giving of gifts as a sign"
of our love even though most
people have no idea how
Valentine's Day received its
name. Love comes in many
forms and is expressed in dif-
ferent ways depending on
the nature of the relation-
ship. Think of the cross as
God's message of love for us
all.
Saint Theresa of Lisieux
makes references to "godly
conversations" as occasions
when two souls touch. There
are many occasions when
words fail us and we find
cards so helpful because we
cannot speak our minds, but
sometimes the best memo-
ries come from the wonder-
ful opportunities to really be
spiritually open and intimate
with another human being.
When last have you shared
at this level? What prevents.
you from opening up?
I remember what fun I had
as a teenager sharing my
deepest secrets with my very
best friend. In the middle of ,
all the confusing thoughts
and feelings, there was this
one person with whom I
could bare my soul. It was
like having a diary that
talked back and kept confi-
dences locked away with the
key of faithful friendship.
Such experiences continue
at every stage.
My mother was a differ-
ent kind of soul mate for
most of my life. Some sub-
jects were bound to create
conflicts and so I learned to
either soften the blow or tip-
toe around them if we really
needed to just agree to dis-
agree. On other topics, there
was no holding back, and
talking until the sun rose one
morning was a high adven-
ture in extended dialogue.
How can I forget the many


REV A PALACIOUS

soul sisters that I have adopt-
ed in Jamaica, England,
Canada and the United
States. Over the years, I have
had friends who were from
exotic places like Iran,
Egypt, Australia, Africa,
India and Asia. My Jewish
professor taught me about
his days in a Kibbutz, my
Muslim neighbour taught me
about arranged marriages
and her daily prayer rou-
tines. I travelled with them in
our conversations, to places
that I could never visit
myself, to share experiences
that I would never have
myself. Who can you recall
as unlikely friends?
If you are thinking of get-
ting engaged at this time of
year, remember that it really
helps to have a full year to
discuss plans for the mar-
riage and for the wedding.
"Seeking God's will together
in prayer is so important as
you discuss general topics
such as time, money, chil-
dren, in-laws, friends, expec-
tations, spiritual matters aid
those more pertinent to your
own unique situations.
We spent many afternoons
at the Montagu Beach, dur-
ing our lunch hour, answer-

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PAGE 6C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2006


THE TRIBUNE


RELIGION0


'Say your prayers and take your pills'


THE C H Reeves Junior High
School came alive on the morning
of January 24, during their Assem-
bly when three students, Christel
McKinney (Grade 9C3), Thomas
Smith (Grade 9C2), and Fredrico
Bethel (Grade 9C4), received gift
awards for finishing attaining the
first, second and third place respec-
tively, in their class, making As and
Bs.
The awards were presented by
Pastor W T Adderley, founder and
co-ordinator of the Bible Award
Honours Programme, Pastor Jeff
Wood of Temple Baptist Church,
and Aileen Knowles, a retired math
teacher. The three act as advisors
for the venture.
Presenting the awards in honour
of his parents, Pastor R G Adderley
(deceased) and Corlesta Adderley
(who is now 87 years old), Pastor
Adderley thanked the Christian
Book Shop, one of the sponsors of
the programme, for providing the
gift awards. He also thanked the
school's Bible teacher, Margaret
Ferguson, and the principal of C H
Reeves, Pauline Adderley, for.
launching the programme at the.
school.
"This programme is designed to
encourage failing students with Ds
and Fs in Bible Knowledge to take
a keen interest in reading and study-
ing the bible-God's inspired book,
which would inspire the mind.
Therefore, students who seriously
apply the bible's principles daily will
improve in behaviour, moral val-
ues, school, community, home and
at church."
Pastor Adderley recalls, that on
February 24, 2005, while he was
meditating between 5-6am, the
thought came to him to reach out to
Sneedy students in the community
and help them in their Bible classes
through good, healthy competition.
In May he contacted several
schools, but had to delay the pro-
gramme due to summer vacation,
and medical
leave from
August to
November.
On December
2, he present-
ed the pro-
gramme to the
Ms Adderley
and Ms Fergu-
son, who accepted it and promoted
it among the grade nine students.
They informed the students that
they should study and work hard
on their Christmas end of term
exams and the three students show-
ing the best improvement in Bible;
would be awarded gift certificates.
Speaking on the topic "With
Jesus We Will Win", Pastor Adder-
ley motivated the students to "Be
happy with themselves, appreciate
their parents and teachers, by giving
thanks to God for life and health
everyday."
Using Isaiah 45:9-10, he pointed
out that some people are not happy
with their looks, shape, weight, skin
or hair color, but "God doesn't want
us to complain about how we look
or question our parents facial image.
No, he sends a strong warning to
us, telling us to accept who we are".
Relating a story from his junior
high school days, Pastor Adderley
recalled how he challenged a young
boy who was disabled, and who had
a three-speed bicycle, to a race. Dra-
matically he painted before the stu-
dents how the young boy, shifting
his three-speed bike, won the race.
"I learnt from that day never to
tease or misjudge anyone."
Quoting Jeremiah 29:11, he fur-
ther told students that God gives
the weak and insignificant ones
among us special skills and talents
for a good future and for his divine
purposes. "Standing before me I see
future leaders for our Bahamas,
doctors, pastors, evangelists,
lawyers, nurses, teachers, prime
ministers, members of parliament,
sports professionals, fishermen and
farmers. So sing our National
Anthem with Pride, for this is one of
the best nations on the face of the
Earth in 2006."
Pastor Adderley gave the stu-
dents five principles .for.developing
their full potential.
Pray and read the bible daily
Obey your parents and become
co-operative
Listen to your teachers, get clar-
ification on issues
Study hard and do your best at


all subjects
Accept Jesus as your Best
Friend, He has destined you to win.
After a positive response from
the entire student body, Pastor
Adderley gave a prayer of conse-
cration and commitment. Before
leaving the campus, the principal
suggested that the programme
become an annual event in the life
of C H Reeves and that grades sev-
en and eight be considered to par-
ticipate. The advisors agreed to con-
sider the request in relation to spon-
sorship and the Adopt-A-School
programme.


* By FATHER JAMES
MOULTRIE

hot topic of dis-
cussion and a
major item on
the agenda of
many this new century. Fit-
ness is also on the minds of
many of us, especially at the
beginning of the New Year
as we have made resolutions
to lose weight and to gener-
ally be more physically fit.
We are also bombarded
with "specials" offered by fit-
ness centres enticing us to
join and to shed those extra
pounds and inches. Faith
healing and fitness appear on
the cover of many magazines.
Here at St Matthew's
"Friends" is sponsoring a pro-
gramme called "Adopting A
Healthy Lifestyle" in which
they will deal with such issues
as proper nutrition, physical
fitness, living with diabetes
and hypertension, and hav-
ing a positive mental attitude.
The need for greater phys-
ical fitness is urgent because
advanced means of commu-
nication and higher standards
of living do not mean much if
we are too ill to enjoy them.
And it does not matter how
young or how old we are,, we
can all benefit from better
physical and mental health.
This New Year holds no
quick solution for those who
are sick and tired of being
sick and tired. How can we
be more physically and men-
tally fit and renew our lives?
Besides pounding the pave-
ment as we jog and walk or
do our exercises in the gym,
we have to have faith in God
for our healing, because faith
healing is as real today as it
was in the time of Jesus on
earth.
The relationship between
faith and healing goes right
back to the New Testament,
as we see in the Gospel les-
son from Mark this morning.
The church throughout the
ages has been involved with
faith healing in many ways,


St Mal


including the establishment
of hospitals and health cen-
ters.
Many of our churches
today are promoting faith
healing. Ironically, the Chris-
tian Church, which has a
powerful legacy in this area,
seems largely out of step in
this regard in this new cen-
tury. But at least this church,
St Matthew's, and a few oth-
er churches, have been focus-
ing on healthy lifestyles. Of
course there are many other
things we could be doing. We
can have a fitness programme
for the entire year and special
seminars on health issues,
such as obesity, hypertension,
diabetes, cancer of all types,
etc.
Despite the lure of physical
fitness which television and
radio ads call us to, we can
also look to sacred Scripture.
Notice that in today's Gospel,
Jesus' visit to Capernaum
comes immediately after call-
ing the first four of His disci-
ples. It was there that they
received their first lesson in
following Jesus, Discipleship
101.
Jesus' teaching was done
not only by words and mira-
cles, but also by visiting the
synagogue on the Sabbath
Day.for bible study. Jesus did
not give them a lecture like
the scribes did and the pro-
fessors at universities do
today. He proclaimed the
Good News, and preached
with authority. Faith healing
was part and parcel of His
earthly ministry.
His teaching got a
response, in fact a mixed
response: Admiration and
attack. When He entered the
synagogue a man suddenly
cried out, "What have you to
do with us, Jesus of
Nazareth? Have you come to
destroy us? I know who you
are, the Holy One of God".
This man had an unclean
spirit, that is, a demon, but a
vision of God that was per-
fect.
Imagine the scene without
knowing this fact. It could


0 REV J MOULTRIE


have been any opponent
seeking to do Jesus harm. It
could have been like the Ger-
man man who entered the-
Cathedral three weeks ago to
interfere with the Red Mass
and to assault the Attorney
General. It was a threaten-
ing scene. Some of our
churches do have people with
mental problems entering the
sanctuary and sometimes
causing problems. St Agnes
has a few of them, and so do
we. They seem to come on
Wednesday at the mid-day
Mass, though some also visit
on Sunday.
Jesus diagnosed the man.
He knew that he was pos-
sessed with a demon. And so
He commanded the evil spir-
it to come out of the man,
and with a convulsion, it did.
Everyone in the synagogue
was amazed. They could not
stop talking about that event,
and because of it Jesus
became famous in the'area.
This demonstrated the power
of the word of God and the
power of preaching and heal-
ing. In other words, it was the
power of faith healing.
This is the power Jesus was
speaking about when He
began Discipleship 101. The
combination of preaching and
healing demonstrates what
Jesus was talking about when
he commissioned the twelve.
Mark outlines this in chapter
three when Jesus commis-
sioned them and sent them
out to preach and to cast out


FAITH HEALING

demons. Luke's version in 9:2
is the locus classics for Jesus'
commissioning: "He sent
them out to preach the King-
dom of God and to heal".
And that commission extends
to all who would be disciples
of Jesus today.
SSo, in addition to going to
the gym and participating in
physical activity to improve
our general health, it is also
important to remember faith
healing and that its power
remains in our world today.
All who call themselves
Christians must hear and
heed that call. Proclaiming
the Good News is part of the
healing process, not just phys-
ical healing, but especially
spiritual healing. Over the
centuries since Jesus first con-
nected preaching and heal-
ing, we have allowed these
two practices to become sep-
arated, assigning preaching
to the ministers of the church
and healing to doctors and
hospitals. It is time for us to
reconnect them, not just by
being active in hospital min-
istries and other forms of
patient care, but also in faith
healing as Jesus intended.
Of course faith healing can-
not take place unless there is
faith. Many of our people
prefer to separate them, but
at the end of each Mass we
invite people to come for
prayers and to receive the
laying on of hands for healing
or to stand in the gap for per-
sons who are in need of heal-
ing. Many of our doctors at
our hospitals believe in faith
healing too and they invoke
the presence of the Great
Physician in the operating
theatre. In fact, if you think of
it, every Eucharist is a ser-
vice of healing: Physical,
mental, and spiritual.
- This year we plan to intro-
duce services of healing peri-
odically and to invite some
of our members who are doc-,
tors to talk to us about heal-


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;ual set.


SST MATIHEW'S PLAYERS is a drama ministry within St Matthews Anglican Church. The group consists of members of all ages. The Players were pleased
to receive a set of audio visual equipment donated by Kirk Knowles (standing at far right). The Players are set to produce an upcoming serial 'He Died for You'
leading into Easter.
(Photo: Kenrah Francis-Newry)




'I don't want you to sit next to me with your Haitian self'


FROM page 1C


into what could have been.
One of the points that I would like
to suggest is the first reaction of
church folk. Often they make it hard
for those possessed by unclean spirits
to come into this "holy" place. Let
us think about how we've treated
people possessed by substance abuse.
Men and women who are addicted
to alcohol, and we as church made
them feel welcome. What about the
immigrants, who had to leave their
homes because of political or eco-
nomic hardship. Or are we like the
young girl on the bus saying: "Get
out of the Bahamas you have no right
to be here"? Or have they felt our
churches as a sanctuary where all of
God's children, regardless of physical
or mental disorders, or where people
of all races and creeds are made to
feel welcome.
i-


We have many demons that plague
us in our nation today. We have the
demon of confusion, where our peo-
ple do not know what is right from
wrong, because the church is failing
them in preaching the message of
Christ which is inclusive, rather than
exclusive. The Church needs to con-
tinue to begin the healing of Jesus to
all people and not just the privileged
few. It must continue to spread a mes-
sage of good news, not condemna-
tion, it must not throw out people
when it seeks to cast out demons. It
must recognize that clean spirits love
"holy places" so it must be vigilant
in it's pursuit to be able to recognize
what is of God, and what is not.
Jesus came to show us that the
problem is deeper than just casting
out our personal demons. He shows
us too, of the demons possessing our
institutions. That is one of the rea-
sons why Mark shows Jesus' first act
of ministry in a Synagogue. Too many
religious institutions are based on


false gods. Too many preachers wor-
ship false gods.
From the very beginning Jesus
came to challenge the very structure
of the way we normally do things.
Jesus came to challenge those bound-
aries of holiness set up by institutions
to keep people separated from each
other. Christianity has over the years
been a casualty of this separation.
The members of the Christian Church
have allowed themselves to be vic-
tims of this kind of sin, that is where
class distinctions have slowly crept
into its fiber. It seems that people of a
lower economic status no longer
receive the same as those with money,
the marginalized and disfranchised
are slowly being pushed further and
further into the back pews.
The church cannot sit silent and
not cast out the demons that divide
God's children. We can no longer
turn our backs while young ladies on
the bus refuse to sit, "next to a Hait-
ian." We must proclaim that Jesus is


still in the healing business. The
Church must allow those with illness
to come in to be cleansed. No matter
how screwed up we are, once we gath-
er at a eucharistic banquet we are "all
one body" because this is a meal of
wide-open unconditional grace, which
comes again each time to knock on
the doors of boundaries of holiness
and gently but persistently offer heal-
ing to all who want it.
"O let all who are thirsty; let them
come to the water, without money,
without price. Just come."
The young girl on the bus;-just
might be Jesus himself disguised as
a student, or the young vagrant in
McDonalds might also be Jesus as a
homeless person, so when we cast out
or cast aside we must be more con-
science that it's not the saviour
shrouded as someone or something
else.
Let us all say: "Jesus of Nazareth
we welcome you, whenever, wherev-
er and in whomever, amen."


ing generally and faith heal-
ing in particular. Until then,
let us remember that love is
the power that heals through
creating, redeeming, and sup-
porting us. We make this love
our own through awareness,
acceptance, action, and affir-
mation. Know that in your
moments of medical chal-
lenge you are not alone, not
.only is this church with you,
but Jesus is with you too, and
that is most important.
I cannot promise you per-
fect health if you trust in
God. As much as I would like
to, I cannot promise you that
you will no longer suffer from
disease or sickness just
because the church prays for
you.
What I am promising you is
this: That with confidence in
the Eternal Source of Life,
the Great Physician, who
eliminates all fear and anxiety
in times of illness, you can
break the barriers of distrust
and doubt and set in motion
your spiritual well-being, and
that you will have at your dis-
posal His energy and His
weapons and all the purity
that comes from life in Him
to meet the enemy of sick-
ness. That is faith healing in a
nutshell.
Jesus healed the man who
was possessed in the syna-
gogue by His word But it
was clear that the man knew
Him and was satisfied that he
could heal him. Do you have
that confidence? I invite you
to "Trust in the Lord with all
your heart and lean not on
your own understanding. In
all your ways acknowledge
Him and he will direct your
path", even your path to
good health and a long and
healthy life.
-In your moments of doubt
and fear when you face sick-
ness and uncertainty, hear
Jesus say to your pain, "Be
silent, and come out of Him",
and when you reach the age
of 50-plus, as Archdeacon
William Thompson used to
.say ."Say your prayers and
take your pills!"
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* By PASTOR GARY C KING
SDA District Pastor, South
Andros
reat leaders and good
people are often hard to
find nowadays. Yet,
when the history of this
country is written, pas-
tor, Dr Keith D Albury, will arguably go
down as one of the greatest spiritual
and visionary leaders of our time. With-
out a doubt he was the standard by
which great leaders are measured.
I will always remember Pastor Albury
for the way he personified the
indomitable optimism of the Bahami-
an people. He was one of my closest
spiritual and dearest mentors. He will be
missed not only by those who knew him
and not only by the Bahamas Confer-
ence of Seventh-day Adventist (SDA)
and North Bahamas Mission of Sev-
enth-day Adventist that he served so
proudly and loved so deeply, but also by
hundreds of men and women who have
accepted Jesus as their Lord and Saviour
because of his commitment to God.
Admired
Young people especially admired him,
and perhaps no other president was so
popular. He brought to the presidency a
creative and innovative leadership style
and an appreciation of intellectual excel-
lence. Because Pastor Albury eloquently
expressed the values of effective spiritual
leadership, his presidency had an impor-
tance beyond its notable and immea-
surable achievements.
Certainly, history will record his worth
as a leader. I have long since measured
his worth as a man. Pastor Albury was
honest, compassionate, graceful, alarm-
ing intielligeu-i goal-oriented, brave,
dri en. but more important, a servant of
the Lord. He was a gentleman., His love
and commitment to his wife were
unquestionable; and his dedication to
his sons was never compromised and


* DR KEITH D ALBURY


knew no bounds. He was simply the
most decent man you could ever hope to
meet.
More than that, big as he was, he nev-
er tried to make anyone feel small. Pow-
erful as he became, he never took
advantage of those who were weaker.
Strength, he believed, was never more
admirable than when it was applied with
restraint. Laity, clergy, prime minister,
king, queen or ordinary citizen, it made
no difference. Pastor Albury treated
everyone with the same unfailing cour-
tesy acknowledging the innate dignity
in all of God's children.
Committed
Pastor Albury was also a deeply,
unabashedly committed Christian and a
firm believer in the teachings of the Sev-
enth-day Adventist Church. But he nev-
er made the fatal mistake of so many
religious leaders of wearing his faith on


his sleeve to gain favour or political
advantage. Moreover, he was a man of
extraordinary vision, great compassion
and resolute leadership. More than a
decade after he was first elected presi-
dent, the Bahamas Conference of Sev-
enth-day Adventist still bears his
imprint.
Honest
I would be less than honest if I didn't
say we often disagreed on issues of the
day, but I always had immense respect
and admiration for his leadership, and
his extraordinary ability to inspire me as
a leader to live up to God's ideals. The
warmth of his personality always shone
through, and his infectious optimism
gave me the feeling that "Jesus is com-
ing soon."
I loved and respected him as a spiri-
Stual father and my mentor. He gave me
strength in time of trouble, wisdom in
time of uncertainty, courage in time of
doubt and demonstrated unfailing com-
passion in my time of need. The truth is,
he was always by my side. Indeed, he
was a father figure to so many a man
who clearly loved life and all peoples
of the world regardless of religion, creed
or race. Through all his pain, he pushed
himself to give of himself to others even
at the point of death.
Finally, Keith D Albury was an extra-
ordinary man as revealed in his death; a
leader for the ages. With his passing,
greatness will ebb for the time being.
His legacy is one that will undoubtedly
be the benchmark for future leaders of
the SDA organisation. Indeed, I am
deeply saddened by the passing of my
longtime friend and spiritual father, Dr
Keith D Albury. Allison and I extend
our deepest condolences and prayers to
Sister Ann, Keith Anson, Alden, Bren-
don and other members of his family.
"Some men see some things as they
are and ask why. I (Keith) dream of
things that never were and asked why
not." George Bernard Shaw


'9


'Bring me out of prison


so that I may give


thanks to your name'


SBy CANON NEIL ROACH
Associate Priest, St
Matthew's Anglican Church p ;
"Bring me out ofprison so that I
may give thanks to your name."
-Psalm 142:7


THE title comes from an album ,
by Mary J Blige, winner of three -^.-'
Grammy awards, the queen of
Hip-Hop. She was a prisoner in
her own life, "been there, done
dat". She lived in the hood, a
world full of drugs, guns and alco-
hol, and a world of violence. She
was raped as a child. She was a
prisoner who found refuge in
music. She was a product of her
environment. She made a break-
through and turned her life
around. She escaped from the dun- CANON NEIL ROACH
geon. She credits this break-
through to prayer and the ability to forgive herself and others.
David is trapped in a cave as a prisoner. He pleads with God to
deliver him and to save him from those persecuting him. He affirms,
"You are my refuge, my potion in the land of the living." This is a
parable with a heavenly meaning. We are prisoners of our envi-
ronment. We are held captive by so many negative things in our life.
As we dwell upon our miseries they multiply, until despair settles
upon our souls and concludes that no refuge remains for us.
One thing is certain; in desperation we go outside ourselves and
seek help beyond human resources. There are those who do not pray
and even deny the power of prayer, but when the going gets tough
they cry aloud in agony of spirit and storm the gates of heaven with
prayers. In moments of crisis, they make wild promises which later
they forget.
We can make a breakthrough, especially if in the past we were in
a relationship with Jesus and remember past experiences. We can lift
up our hearts to him in prayer; "With my voice I cry to the Lord; with
my voice I make my supplication to the Lord." Faith in God will
bring the breakthrough. When we remember the words of the
Psalmist; "When my spirit is faint, you know my way." Such knowl-
edge comforts us and eases the hell we are experiencing and brings
peace to our imprisoned soul.
We are not alone. Jesus is described in the book of Isaiah "as a man
of sorrows acquainted with grief". Isaiah 53:3. He was forsaken on the
cross, alone in the garden of Gethsemane, he cried that the bitter cup
of suffering be taken from him. The cup was not taken from him, but
in the agony of the crucifixion he prayed for those who persecuted
him and forgave them.
If we belong to Christ we are never alone. "Remember, I am
with you always, to the end of the age." Those of us who are held
.prisoners are assured of being sustained by the inner assurance that
we dwell in Christ and Christ dwells in us.
We are, throughout our life span, to be held prisoners and there
will be sufferings, frequent sufferings in many forms. We can make
a breakthrough. We can know joy to, joy so intense, so rare, so
pure, that it seems a gift from heaven. We may not always make the
breakthrough, but the prison will be transformed; "In my distress I
called upon the Lord, and cried to God: He heard my voice out of his
temple, and my cry came before him, even into his ears." Psalm 18:6.
Prayer: Bring me out of prison, so that I may give thanks to your
name.
Promise: To pour your complaint before God.


New rector


'sa


wealth of experience'


FROM page 1C


were encouraged to work together with their
new Rector to build a strong, vibrant parish,
which could be the envy of those in the urban
areas of the island and throughout the diocese.
During the service of institution, Reverend
Ambrose was presented with the instruments
of her ministry such as the constitution, canons
and regulations' of the diocese; sacred vestments;
symbolic sacraments of bread, wine, and oil; the
book of common prayer, as well as the keys to
the church. She was admonished to be faithful in
administering the sacraments of Christ, in the
stewardship of the mysteries of God, and in all
things, to be a pattern to those committed to
.her care.
An emotional Reverend Ambrose responded
in prayer, "O Lord my God, to you and to your
service I devote myself, body, soul and.spirit.
Fill my memory with the record of your mighty
works, enlighten my understanding with the light
of your Holy Spirit; and may all the desires of my
heart and will centre in what you would have me
do. By my life and teaching, set forth your true
and living word that all the world may be drawn
into your Blessed Kingdom."
Anglicans from throughout Grand Bahama
were joined by the local religious and community
leaders as they filled the sanctuary of Saint


Nicholas Church in High Rock. A number of
clergy from the other parishes on the island pai-:
ticipated in various aspects of the celebration, -
Reverend Ambrose received her theological
training at Codrington College and the Univer-
sity of the West Indies where she earned a Bach-
elor of Arts degree.
In addition to her pastoral duties in her native.
Barbados, she also served as chaplain to the
Barbados Church Army, the evangelic arm of
the Anglican Church, as well as chaplain to the
National Organisation of Women. She holds' a
Grade "A" certificate in Human Resource Manh
agement from the Barbados Institute of man-
agement and productivity and is currently purt
suing graduate studies in the area of pastoral
and practical theology.
The youngest of five siblings, she is recently
married to Reverend Father Ian V Claridge,
who serves as the chaplain at the Bishop Michael
Eldon School, formally Freeport Anglican Hii
School.
"With God all things are possible" is her phi-
losophy in life and Reverend Ambrose is look-
ing forward to the new and exciting challenges of
married life and also the experience of a differ-
ent culture here in the Bahamas.
Reverend Ambrose joins three Bahamian
women who have been ordained to the sacrdd
priesthood in this diocese, Reverend Angela
Palacious, Reverend Beryl Higgs and Reverend
Willish Nottage-Johnson.


'Love Talk'


FROM page 3C


ing questions posed to us in an
excellent pre-marital study
guide that we used in prepara-
tion for our marriage. How dif-
ferent it is to live out the
responses we gave in all sim-
ple sincerity at the time. We
have certainly had our share of


"for better, for worse, for rich-
er, for poorer, in sickness and
in health" and marvel at how
much God brought us through
over the years.
Why not use Valentine's Day
as an opportunity to send a
special message to some of the
persons who have loved you
over the years and have helped
you to become who you are
today. Recall the times when


you shared your thoughts and
feelings, giving the gift of your-
self, without having to spend
any money at all. Then, decide
to make time to celebrate your
relationship with your special
love, family members and close
friends on a regular basis, giv-
ing God thanks for the gift of
Jesus Christ'who teaches us
how to give and receive true
love.


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Caroline iDeloris


Sawoller

15th December, 1957 9th February, 2003


Take me 72ome!
TBy: Tyroneg Sawyer (c) 2003


Take me home!
Where the mattress greets my weary body
Like a long, lost fiend.
'Where afl I see are great beginnings,
And not a daunting end.
SWhere migrating birds outside my window
.9 fa y chirpfor me
ioime, where I amfee!

Takfe me ine!
where I so -lithely sleep thermeilow sleep
Oftkwunditstbed
Where there is warmth and peace of mind,
And where ait my dreams converge.
Where I am lovedand hugged andcuddled
By kin who lovest me;
Home, where I am free!


Take me home!
Where I summon hope,
And cast away all doubts that stiff remain.
Where I pray, or even crack
ajoke,
I And banish all my pain!
P'here exaltant and exuberant
Christ's Spirit flows through me;
m ome, where I am free!

Take me home!
Where al my earthly cares fade away,
And bid me: "Sweet good-bye!"
Where angels bear me up and take me
Far beyond the bluest sky!
Where my external, faithful, loving God
In mercy, welcomes me:
Home, where I am free!


From: Tyrone, Nefitieri, TyroneJr, Joshua, Anwar & family


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

N AL S F


"a PERCIVAL GERALD
ARCHER, 78

of Marsh Harbour, Abaco will be
held on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at
New Vision Ministries, Marsh
Harbour, Abaco. Rev. Charles Carey
assisted by Rev. Dr. Colin Archer
and Pastor Dansbury Hudson will
officiate. Interment will be made in
Coffy Memorial Cemetery, Marsh
Harbour.

He is survived by his wife of 52 years
Evelyn; two sons, Creswell and Ivanhoe Archer; three daughters,
Belinda McIntosh, Ancela Gay and Kamala Archer; one sister,
Sybil Archer; brothers-in-law, Barnabas and Cornelius Johnson;
sisters-in-law, Coreen Dean, Vernice, Rozena, Francis and LaVenia
Johnson and Vyrona Archer; grandchildren, Robert, Omarh,
Christopher, and Creswell Archer, Jamal McIntosh, Dexter and
Denton Gay, Cara, Creslin, Ashnic and Paige Archer, Alexis Gay;
adopted grandchildren, Rodney McIntosh, Cecil Grant, Natasha
Gay, Tyree Gay and Chantell Smith; great grandchildren, Kirshawn,
Kiano and Kirrisa Bain; sons-in-law, Roosevelt McIntosh and
Wilfred Gay; daughter-in-law, Lisa Archer; nieces, Sherrine Styles,
Paulette Campbell, Pamela Robertson, Antoinette Hamilton,
Guillima Archer, Gleander Knowles, Angie Collie, Dr. Denise and
Renee Archer, Veronica and Deanne Archer and Joy Demeritte;
nephews, John, Joseph, Samuel, Cyril, Wayne, Ryan, Emmitt and
Fabian Archer.

Other relatives include Donald and Marina Moss, Andy, Earl,
Howitt and Lillian Moss, Rosemary Williams, Gleaka Campbell,
Lilla Strachan, Nadeen Beneby, Dr. and Mrs. Colin Archer, Patrick
Roberts, Dansbury, John and David Hudson, Valderine Smith,
Noel Thompson, Freddie Archer, the Campbell, Archer, Johnson,
Roberts, Smith, Bethel, Hudson and Moss families; a host of friends
including Reverend and Mrs. Charles Carey, The Right Honourable
Hubert Ingraham, Joyce Smith, Garfield McPhee, William Mortimer,
Sheila McDonald, Vernal and Jane Adderley, Administrator Everette
Hart, Retired Administrator Clayton Stuart, George Riviere, Earnest
and Jay Dean, Patrick Bethel, Pastor Lernis Cornish, Cay Mills,
Esther Lewis, Patricia Gillmore (nurse caregiver) Annie McIntosh,
Gloria Mikula, Fletcher Mclntosh, the Aldersgate Methodist Church
family, the Methodist Church family. Special mention of Dr. Marc
Binard, Dr. Frank Boyce and the staff of Blue Ridge family, Medical


Centre, banks, business houses. government departments and the
communities from Crown Haven to Sandy Point.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians
#44 Nassau Street on Thursday from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p,m.. and
on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and at Aldersgate Methodist
Church in Marsh Harbour from 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and on
Saturday at New Vision Ministries from 9:00 a.m. until service
time.


WILLIAM RODERICK
"Rock" ARCHER, 90

of #54 Walter Street, Big Bond
S Subdivision and formerly of Marsh
Harbour, Abaco will be held on
Friday at 10:00 a.m. at Wesley
Methodist Church, Blue Hill Road
A and Chapel Street. Rev. Dr. Colin
Archer assisted by Minister Tezel
Anderson will officiate.. Interment
will be made in Eastern Cemetery,
East Shirley Street.

He is survived by his four sisters, Brunetta Sherman, Veronica
Gibbs, Christine Fountain and Louise Archer; three brothers,
Norman, Oswald and Howard Archer; nieces, Grace, Agatha,
Beverley and Ernestine Sherman, Audrey Dean, Yvonne Bullard,
Lisa and Janice Moss; nephews, Edison and Winston Sherman and
Eugene Gibbs; in-laws, Hallet Fountain, Sylvia, Gloria and Sheila
Archer; other relatives including, Durward, Elmore and Rosemary
Archer, Annette Knowles, Velma Allen, Angela Phillips, Sybil
Archer, Sybil Spence, Noel Thompson, Barbara Faure, Louis
Hanchell, Helena Dorsetta, Dorothy Strachan and Lincoln Archer.
The families of the late Baltron and Walter Archer and Zelda
Pinder. Rev. Dr. Colin Archer, Min. Anderson and The Wesley
Methodist Church family, members of St. Barnabas Soup Kitchen.
The Big Pond family especially those of Water Street, Arimintha
and Magnolia Smith, Miss Fines and "Deli". Special friends like
"Baillou" who called regularly.

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 from 9:00 a.m. until service time.


PAG~GE 4,* THL)R8DAY,; FE8'RUARY 0, 2006


'fHt-TA8UN-t'6t51"rUAh1ES










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

F EAL SEVIE FO


ETHELYN MAE
BETHEL, 76

of Baker Street, will be held on
Friday. at 10:00 a.m. at Wesley
Methodist Church, Malcolm Road
East. Rev. Edward J. Sykes assisted
bny Rev. Carl C. Campbell and Rev.
Henley B. Perry will officiate.
Interment will be made in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

She is survived by two sons, Pastor Mark Anthony and William
Gregory Bethel; one daughter, Barbara Teresa Bethel; one brother,
William Wallace, Sr., two sisters, Rhoda Wildgoose and Anna
Ingraham; two grandsons, Gregory Jr. and Darren Bethel; six
grand-daughters, Ilsa Demeritte, anna Bethel, Tamara, Tonya and
Amari Bethel and D'Andrea Bethel; one grandson, D'Andre Forbes;
two daughters-in-laws, Cyprianna and Sandra Bethel; one.son-in-
law, Joey Demeritte; four sisters-in-law, Pearl Cooper, Nita Wallace,
Grenda Colebrooke of Freeport, Grand Bahama and Phyllis Culmer
of Savannah Sound, Eleuthera; nieces, Gloria Cox, Helen Barber,
Alice Thompson of Savannah Sound, Eleuthera, Julie Smith, Jessica
Drane of Atlanta, Mizpah Wallace, Betty Johnson, Jackie Gibson
of Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera, ILisa'Cox 'and numerous
grandnieces; nephews, Williafi, Ji., Michael,i San and Philip
Wallace, Kenneth Johnson, Albert, Andrew, EPanciss Inagraham,.
Willie "Brooks" Wallace, Philip Siritup; Rod, Roscoe and Tyrone
Thompson, James and Walter Cox Jr. and numerous graidnephews.

Friends including Michelle Downer, TaunBrooks, Caroline Femander
and family, Willie Francis, Sister Olga Brooks of Jamaica, The
Thelma Gibson Women's Group. Wesley Methodist Church family,
Methodist (MCCA) Circuit Choir, Methodist Church (MCCA)
Bahamas Turks and Caicos Island Conference family, Bahamas
Faith Ministries, neighboring friends, The Over The Hill family,
Gibson, Cooper, Carey, Archer, Culmer, Saunders, Major, Diggis,
Young, Blackman, Davis, Ingraham, Jackson families and numerous
others dearly loved and appreciated..

Friends may pay their last respcect 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 from 9:00 a.m. until service time.


LAWRENCE LARRIMORE
BINGHAM, 56

I of #19 Harmony Hill, will be held
S.on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at St.
-.* Matthews Anglican Church, East
." Shirley Street. The Venerable James
.-'; I, -i Palacious assisted by Rev. Dr. James
Moultrie, Rev. Dr. Roland Hamilton,
Fr. Kingsley Knowles and Fr. Ivan
Eldon will officiate. Interment will
be made in Eastern Cemetery, East
Shirley Street.

Cherished Memories will forever linger in the hearts of his ever
loving wife: Dianne; seven (7) sons: Larry Jr., La La, Robert,
Bobby, Lamore, Leslie, Garenr, and Raymond Bingham and Ricardo
Roberts; two (2) daughters: Lynette, Lynnie, and Larrice Bingham;
three (3) daughters-in-law: Ingrid and Julie Bingham and Coty
Roberts; four (4) grandchildren: Trent and Rebecca Bingham and
Darmina and Ric Roberts; two (2) sisters: Jeannie Isaacs and
Bernadette Gibson; four (4) brothers-in-law: Edison Dames, Shayne
and Stuart Davis, Pedro Perpall; sisters-in-law: Andrea Dames,
Dale and Helen Davis, and Audrey Perpall; other Family and
Friends including: John Payne, Omara Pinder, Claudette Sullivan,
Moya Gibson, Greta Crutchfield, Marie Gibson, Harry and Robyn
McDonald, Darren, Chip, Isaacs, Mark Sullivan, Eugene and Lynn
Maycock, Maddie Johnson, Ingrid, Will and Tyrone Miller, Anthony,
Boots, and Sherry Weech and Family, Don and Mel Brown and
Family, Pat and Agnes Turn quest, Drexel and Sharlain Lloyd and
Family, Elaine Bannister, David and Yvette Barr, Vincent and
Stephanie Ritchie and Family, Brenville Hanna, Ray and Madge
Deveaux, John and Jan Bullard and Family, Joe Major and Family,
Errington, Bumpy, Watkins, Fred Cooper, Alphaeus, Hawk Man,
and Dawn Finlayson, Vincent, Sparky, Fountain, Clinton McCartney,
Sean and Cyprianna McSweeny, Paul and Meka McSweeny,
Bernadette Baptiste, Iris Sherman, Zeus Samuels, Tabs, Joel
Magazine and Anthony Thompson and many other 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 9:00 a.m. until service time.


Tr- R TUARIBITUA IES


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


UNERAL SEV


Marita Theresa
Dean, 71


of Farrington Road will be
held on Friday February 10th,
2006 at 11:00 a.m at St.
Joseph Catholic Church,.
Boyd Road. Fr. Martin
Gomes, SS.CC, Monsignor
Preston A. Moss, Deacon Gregory Taylor and other
Clergy of the Archdiocese will officiate. Interment
will be made in St. Augustine Monastery Cemetery,
Fox Hill.

Left to cherish her memory are her (3) three sisters,
Catherine Brown, Margaret Ahyi and Dolores Dean;
(3) three brothers, Paul, Thomas and William Dean,
(3) three sisters-in-law, Roslyn Dean, Pauline Allen
-Dean, Ann Dean; (2) two brothers-in-law, Wilmore
Brown and Abel Ahyi, nephews, Gerard and Thomas
Brown, Christopher Rolle, Keith, Tony, Olufemi
and William Dean; nieces, Tara-Anita Perigord,
Carmen, Tinnii, Charmeeka and Amanda Dean,
grand-nephews: Gerard, Mc Garrett and Eythan
Brown. Joshua Dean, Parrish Solomon and Divine
Rolle, grandnieces: Amriana Dean and Tiana Ortiz;
other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St.
Joseph's Catholic Church or the Bahamas Red Cross.

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 at the church on Friday
from 10:00 a.m. until service time.


"The loss of our motht
painful but the beautifulmn
we shared will live for
our hearts."

We the family of the

HELEN ANI
RUSSELl


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wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks and appreciation to our
many relatives and friends for their
wonderful 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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244 Market Street P.O. Box EE-16634
Tel: 322-2070 or 322-2072


REV. ITALIA PRATT, 59

of #123 Lightbourne Street,
Yellow Elder Gardens will be
held on Saturday, February llth,
2006 at 10:00 a.m. at Living
Waters Kingdom Ministries;
Warren Street. Officiating will be
Rev. Dr. R. E. Cooper, assisted
by Rev. Dr. Exante Cherelus and
Other Ministers. Interment will
follow in the Lakeview Memorial
Gardens & Mausoleums, John F.
Kennedy Drive;


Left to cherish her memories is her Loving Husbandof 27 years:
Bishop James W. Pratt, J.P.; (5) Children: Sulamithe Jean Francois,
Polena, Jethro Sr., P.C.2820 Ezekiel Pratt Sr. and Sonia Pratt-
Rolle; (8) Grandchildren: Jethro Jr., Ezekiel eJr. 4~Jefiqu T,
Selena Cunningham, Adassah Curtis, Danyel, Kadish and Dathan.
Rolle; (8) Adopted Children, Evang. Claudette Gibson, Mary
Femander, Marie and Elysee Cherelus, Pastor Jose Etienne, Elisma
Benjamin, Althea Poitier, Philomene Saunders; (2) Brothers:
Milius-and Isaac Davilmar; (2) Sisters; Lucina Vincent and
Anastazie Janvier; (3) Sons-In-Law: David Rolle, Lorieus Jean
Francois, and Lenny Johnson; (1) Daughter-inLaw: Dossin Clarke;
(6) Brothers-In-Law: Andre Vincent, Jean Baptiste C., John Kelly,
Rev. Arlington Burrows, Rev Cedric Duvalier, Bishop Garnet
Gibson; (7) Sisters-In-Law: Marie and Amenia Davilmar, Sylvia
Duvalier, Evang. Mildred Burrows, Sylvia and Evang. Martha
Duvalier, Rev. Shirley Gibson; (4) Aunts: Madame Dantus Louis,
Madame Teesier Charles, Philoria Casseus & Julienne Casseus;
(4) Uncles: Christian Sejoux, Nevelus Casseus, Louis- Charles
Casseus, Dantus Louis; (32) Nephews: Guy, Wesley, Walner, and
Raynald Vincent, Milius, Samuel, and Bruno Davilmar, Ken
Francois, Junior Mentor, Charles Daniel, Meslet Antoine, Pastor
Roy Burrow, Pastor Garth Fynes, Joshua Burrows, Derick Burrows,
Wilfred, Lefrisco, Chester and Robert McKenzie, Hany and Samuel
Lynes, Michel, Samuel, Jeffrey, Arnold Terry, Cedric Jr., Huey
& Emerson Duvalier, Raymond, Ramon, Elton & Garnet Jr.
Gibson; (43) Nieces: Majorie, Vanessa, Medeline and Lucie
Davilmar, Carline Antoine, Ranaude, Leida, Youdi and Nadia
Vincent, Raymonde Charles, Fabiola Marcelon, Erlande, Claudette,
Ruth, and Cindy Janvier, Rev. Alfreda McPhee, Lilith Burrows,
Cheryl King, Deaconess Barbara Smith, Deaconess Marva Davis,
Monique Mcintosh, Rochelle Murphy, Paulette Darville, Almina


Ferguson, Manderine and Remilda McKenzie, Pandora St. Fleur,
Evang. Cinderetta Johnson, Doraline Johnson, Janet Forbes,
Zelrona, Louise, Andrea, and Nadine Duvalier, Eddison, Betty
and Laverne Kelly; Dellarese, Jennifer & Andrea-Addie Duvalier;
Patrice Gibson-Price, Sheila Mae & Stephanie Forbes; Cousins:
Odette Lanneau, Kersulia Destraelle, Syvilda Charles, Verdieu,
Anatide, Marie Sejoux, Gabriel, Romain, Gladies and Rosemarie
Davilmar, Ruth, Daniel, Robson, Duken, and Wesner Louis, Marie
Helene Dolce, Davila Duval, Ritha Briget, Jacqueline Calix,
Francine Volmar, Roland, Henry, Hervy, Philornene and Mireille
Casseus; (5) Godchildren: Wellington Gray, Manishka Jerome,
William Saunders, Lanarda Poitier, and Bernard Fernand; Other
relatives and friends including: The Entire family and members
of The New Haitian Mission Baptist Church, Melva Brown &
Family, Adrienne, Anne-rose & Family, Gertha Mentor & Family,
Oreste and Family, Christina & Family, Deslande Jean-Pierre &
Family, Lisa Rodriguez & Family, Charlie, Donald & Jean
Dominique, Mecita Pierre, Gerald Labranche, Darbelle, Darnize,
Ordette Tenor, Audilia Baptiste, Michelle Frimance, Pastor Philip
Servius, Lakisha Samson, Alicia Butler, Dorval Darlier Alland &
Lisa Alexandre, Todd and Leslie Englesen, P.C.2803 Sidney Cox,
Coralee Curtis & Family, Sonia Knowles, Michelle Smith, Audrick
and Angle Benoit, Antoinette Smith, Lavern Clarke, Esecia
Sherman Sharon Seymour, Mr. Gardiner & Family, Ettamae &
Family, Ethel Clarke & Family, Sophia Gitcheron, John Stuart,
Antoinette, Jean Baptist, Dieula & Family, Anne Toussaint, Rachel
Saunders, Enith Virgil, Delano Culmer, Almetta Rolle Culmer,
Alicia Dorsett Butler, Mita Lomon & Family, Mecilia Pierre &
Family, Julieta Godet & Family, Linda Pierre & Family; Evang.
Rosenell Forbes & Family, Minister Leta & Isaac Davis, Minister
Euliee & Harcourt Gibson, Francis Paul & Family, Mr. & Mrs.
Preston Johnson, Ezrena Forbes, Staff of I.P.E.J Enterprise South
Andros, Management & Staff of Home Fabrics, Teachers & staff
of Evangel Christian School, Church of God of Prophecy Blue
Hill Road, Assemblies Church of God, New Direction Baptist
Church, Victory Chapel, Emmanuel Haitian Baptist Church of
Miami, 50th Group Boys & Girls Scout Association of Haitian
Churches, Evangelical Baptist Church, Calvary Haitian Baptist
Church, Metropolitan Church of the Nazarene, Living Waters
Kingdom Ministries, Vision of Hope Church of God, Fellowship
Church of God in Christ, Staff of Sonia's Fashion, PLP Branch of
South Andros, Community Church of God Congo Town.

Viewing will be held at CLARKE'S FUNERAL HOME #244
Market Street on Friday, February 10th, 2006 from 10:00 am to
6:00 pm and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 am until service
time.


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


VINCENT LAING, 62
of #119 Kitchener Avenue, Freeport,,
Grand Bahama and formerly of Old
Freetown, Grand Bahama, will be held
on Saturday, February 11, 2006 at 10:00
a.m. at the Chapel of Restview Memorial
Mortuary and Crematorium Limited,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Officiating will
be Rev. Lawrence Pinder assisted by Rev.
Arnold Pinder, Jr. Cremation will follow.

SHe is survived by his mother, Muriel Laing;
four brothers, Ishmael, Leroy, Oswald and
Philton Laing; his special friend, Neilie Ferguson and a host of other
relatives and friends.
Viewing will be held at The Chapel of Restview Memorial Mortuary
and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand
Bahama on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to service time.



MABEL THERESA (EVELYN)
TAYLOR, 88
of #6 Pearl Lane, Fortune Point, Freeport,
Grand Bahama and formerly of Betsy
Bay, Mayaguana, will be held on Saturday,
February 11, 2006, at 10:00 a.m. at Zion
Baptist Church, East Sunrise Highway,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Officiating will
be Rev. Mac Duncanson. Interment will
follow at the Grand Bahama Memorial
Park, Frobisher Drive, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
Left to cherish her fond memory are her four children, Rowena,
Reginald, Betty and Princess; 18 grandchildren, Deanne, Kevin, Dathan,
Theodore, Darren, Miguel, Anishka, Alton, Trono, Deon, Jamaal,
LaShonte, Lynette, Samantha, Dwayne, Reggie and Teaka; 18 great
grandchildren, Feleicia, Ashley, Alexis, K.J., Ashanti, Ashante, Jave,
Kevona, Gaynale, Terranique, Dennis, Joshua, Massio,-Amanda, Jada,
Sarah, Benjamin III, Daniel, Khalia, Brittany, Basranique and Shekima;
one great-great grandchild; Emmanuel II; four sisters, Olivet Murphy,
Elcita Clarke, Lumunos Gardiner and Harty McPhee of Atlanta, Georgia;
one brother, Hartman Brown; two brothers-in-law, Daniel Gibson and
Frank Clarke; numerous relatives and friends including, grand daughters-
in-law, Felica, Nicole, Mikey and Tanya; grand son-in-law, Cyril Lotmore;
the following and their families Rosalie Gibson, Vanda Forbes, Joyce
Mitchell, Riah Charlton, Patsy Smith, Verlene Collie, Goldie McKinney,
Mildred Williamson, Mabel Edwards, Calvin (Captain) Brown, Florence
McPhee Francita Gibson, Bricemae Gibson, Valarie Bain; three
godchildren, Emily Bain, Clayton Taylor and Drucella Charlton, Marge


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


Brooks and family, the Gibson, Brown, Taylor, Charlton, Murphy,
Coakley and Mclntosh families, the entire Mayaguana community;
management and staff of Municipal Motors, Immigration Department,
management and staff of International Shipping, Reverend Mac
Duncanson along with Officers and Members-of Caravel Zion Baptist
Church, Doctors and Nurses of The Rand Memorial Hospital, the
Medical Ward and Emergency Department and Caregivers, Sherry
and Maggie.
Viewing will be held in the "Irenic Suite" of Restview Memorial Mortuary
and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand
Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the church
from 8:30 a.m. until service time.


MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR



SHARMAINE JENOVA
RUSSELL, 35
of Crown Haven, Abaco and formerly of
'ev Cedar Harbour, Abaco will be held on
Saturday, February 11, 2006 at 11:00
r- r a.m.. at Revival Time Pentecostal Church
of God, Crown Haven, Abaco. Officiating
will be Rev. B. Parker and Bishop T. Mills.
SLeft to cherish her memory are her
Husband, Paul Russell; parents, Violet
Sand Wilton Bain Sr.; mother-in-law, Lillian
Russell; four daughters, Jaliza Albury,
Sharlyn, Georgia and Linsay Russell; one step-daughter, Olandthia
Russell; one step-son, Clarence Russell; four sisters, Daphenie Hall,
Joan Barsett, Stephanie Hield and Jacqueline Bain; five brothers,
Wilton Bain Jr., Hanford, Charles, Sylvan and Absalom, four aunts,
Priscilla, Ella, Victoria Thompson and Gloria Bain; three uncles, Joseph
and Preston Thompson and Marcell Bain; nine brothers-in-law, Dennis
Hall, Nathaniel Hield, Wendell Barsett, Willis Munroe, John Albury,
James and Wilfred Russell, Godfrey Greene and Jacqueline Mclntosh;
21 nieces and 26 nephews; three grand-nephews and one grand-
niece; two aunts-in-law, Gewndolyn Bain and Anna Thompson; other
relatives and friends including, Pastor Burnell Parker and family, Pastor
Tyrone Mills and family, End time Harvest and Revival Time Pentecostal
Church family, Melvease Williams, Betty Mclntosh, Ethel Burrows,
Agatha Russell, Verdella Butler, Jen Russell, Inez Mclntosh, Olivia
Thompson, the Staff of The Rand Memorial Hospital (Grand Bahama),
Winn Dixie Hope Lodge, Mt. Sinai (Miami), princess Margaret Hospital
(Nassau) and family and friends of Abaco.
Services rendered by: Restview Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium
Limied, "Service with Excellence".


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Robnson and Soldl Roads Nassau. NP.. Bahamas
P.O Box CB-12072
Telephone. (24) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
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KEMS FUNERAL HOME LIMITED
-22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahalas


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PASTOR KEITH DENSEL
ALBURY, Ed D, J. P., 48
of Freeport, Grand Bahama and formerly of
Nassau, will be held on Saturday, February 11,
2006 at Kendal G. L. Isaacs Gymnasium at 3:00
p.m. Officiating ministers: Pastor Leslie V.
McMillan, Pastor Patrick L. Allen, Pastor Leonard
A. Johnson and Pastor Eric D. Clarke.


.SERVICE OF THANKSGIVING AND PRAISE


for the Life and Ministry of PASTOR KEITH D. ALBURY, Ed.D., J. P. at Freeport
Seventy-Day Adventist Church Grounds on Sunday, February 12, 2006,12:30
p.m. Officiating ministers, Pastor Patrick L. Allen, Ph. D., Pastor Leslie V.
McMillan, Pastor Errol B. Tinker, Pastor Leonard A. Johnson, D. Min., Pastor
Silas N. McKinney O. B. E. D. D.
COMMITTAL SERVICE: on the Grounds of Restview Memorial Mortuary &
Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road. Followed by cremation.
Awaiting his resurrection are his beloved wife, Ann; three sons, Keith Anson,
Alden, Densel and Brendon Evan; mother, Fannette Albury; father, Wendall
Albury; 15 sisters, Darlene Deveaux, Jannell Cherrington, Tammy Pratt, Wendy
Butler, Dawn Albury, Adapha Beach, Judy Beach-Miller, Mitzi Beach-Smith,
Carol Thomas, Pamela Beach-Akel, Debra Beach, Michelle Beach, Monique
Beach-Robergeau, Tominica Beach, Bankole, Donna Barr-Burrell and Michelle
Chandler; 10 brothers, Londell Albury, Anthony, Ricardo, Mark, Tyrone, David,
Paul and Samuel Beach, Kendel Davis and Wendall Albury; father-in-law,
Alfred Brennen; mother-in-law, Mary Catalyn Brennen; sisters-in-law, De'Adra
Albury, Claudia Seymour, Judith Edwards, Annick Brennen; brother-in-law,
Kenny Deveaux, Ron Pratt, Peter Butler, Norman Seymour,Winston Edwards,
Barrington Brennen; aunts, Annie Sawyer, Rose Major, Nollie Higgs (pre-
deceased by), Alsaida Higgs; nieces, Vernessa, Keturah, Christina, Marguerite,
Jodi, Jessica, Danielle, Amber, Delcine, Troyce, Alia, Jackie, Nakita, Nadia,
Cinnamon, Jasmine, Yasmeen, Shanay, Tieryah, Nashea, Nicole, Sheneaker,
Janette, Bridgette, Keli, Kaili; nephews, Jonathan, Adam, Garard, James,
Ken, Ta'Ron, Trinard, Shannon, Reese, DeAndre, Nicholas, Jerome, Joey,
Joel, Daniel, Niko, Ednal, Marco, Yousef, Abdu, Elijah, Jermaine, Jonathan,
Maxwell, Kenny, Troy; grand-nieces, Ane and Anisha; grand-nephews, Ansel,
Andrew and Dauntez.
Numerous cousins, relatives and friends including Pastor and Mrs Leslie V.
McMillan, Pastor and Mrs. Silas N. McKinney, Pedro and Sheryl Rolle, Drs.
Leon and Alvira Higgs, Pastor Jeffrey and Denise Thompson, Isaac and
Jackie Collie, Dr. and Mrs. Ethel Evans, Edith Roach, Virginia Butler, Maureen
and Andrew Gilbert, Percy and Rosita Miller, Pendolyn Thompson, David and
Theresa Knowles, Dudley and Cynthia Lightbourne, Eleanor and Lawrence
Palmer, Dale and Carleta Carolina, Dr. Patrick Vincent and the membership
of Mt. Calvary Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Tampa, The Administration,
Pastors and Membership of The North Bahamas Mission, The Administration
Staff and Students of Grand Bahama Academy, The Freeport Seventh-Day
Adventist Church, The Administration and Staff of The Bahamas.
Those wishing to sign the book of condolences may do so at Restview
Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Limited, Robinson and Soldier Roads,
Nassau on Friday, February 10, 2006 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on
Saturday at Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A
East Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Saturday, February 11, 2006
from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers send donations to Keith D. Albury Memorial Forever Learning
Foundation, North Bahamas Mission of Seventh-Day Adventist, Gambier and
Beachway Drive, P. O. Box F-40515, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.


LILY NAOMI
KNOWLES, 80

of Cumberbatch Avenue,
off Wulff Road, Nassau,
The Bahamas, will be
held at Chapel of Love,
Kemp's Funeral Home
Limited, Palmdale
Avenue and Bradley
Street, Nassau, on
Saturday, 11th February,
2006 at 11:00 am.


Reverend Franklin Knowles
assisted by Bishop Sobig Kemp will officiate and
interment will be in Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road,
Nassau.

She is survived by her son, Franklin, Bertram, Edward,
Randolph and David, daughters, Elizabeth and Sandra,
a sister, Martha Sands, brother, Silkert Thompson,
brother-in-law, Allen Thompson, sister-in-law, Muriel
Thompson, grandchildren, Deborah, Franklyn Jr.,
Rachael, Jesse, Kimberely, Kristen, Juan, Tawari, Sobig
Jr., Shenika, Serena, Terrence, William, Karen, Carla,
Bridgette, Christopher, Gerald, Jordan, Kristyn and
Anna, great grandchildren, Joshua, Nicholas, Sean,
Matthew, Darriel, Danielle, Alexandria, Alec, Clayton,
Franklin Jr, Tawari Jr., Tristan, Tavionne and Julian,
nephews, Orthneil, Anthony, Stephen, Milton, Branwel,
Gurnie, Willie, nieces, Cynthia, Gwendolyn, Delores,
Maxine, Deborah, Sunday, Pamela, Debbie, Brendalee,
Vanrea, Lynn, Denise and Judy, daughters-in-law,
Carolyn, Carrie, Pamela and Donna, son-in-law, Bishop
Sobig P Kemp, and many other relatives and friends
including, Calvin, Sebreeze, Shirley and Salma Bethel,
Mervin Lim, Stanton Chea, Lila, Ethlyn, Irene, The
Honourable Philip Bethel, Balton Bethel, Francis, Sunny,
Pat and Rodney also friends and neighbours of
Cumberbatch Avenue, Doctors, Nurses and staff of
The Princess Margaret Hospital.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at
Kemp's Funeral Home Limited, Palmdale Avenue,
Palmdale on Friday from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm and at.
Chapel of Love on Saturday from 10:00 am until service
time.


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


MR DENNIS ALONZO
THOMPSON, 49

of Clarke Lane off Mackey Street
will be held on Saturday,
February 11th, 2006 at 10:00
a.m. at Ebenezer Methodist
Church, East Shirley Street.
Officiating will be Bishop Lester
Cox, Rev. Philip Stubbs and
Pastor Martin Loyley. Interment
will follow in the Church's
Cemetery, East Shirley Street.

Left to cherish his memories are his Wife; Diana; One (1)
Son; Dekell Thompson; Three (3) Step-sons; Cadadi, Caville
and Cavall; One (1) Grandson; Joshua; Two (2) Sisters;
Eloise Strachan and Deborah Thompson; Three (3) Brothers;
Godfrey, Ivan and Cedric Thompson; Four (4) Brothers-in-
law; Jeffrey Strachan, Oneil and George Wright and Norris
Walford; Three (3) Sisters-in-law; Sharmaine Ve'niberville,
Carla and Beverly Wright and Rochelle Strachan; Father
and Mother-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Wright; Four (4)
Aunts; Elva Minnis, Hazel, Rosemae and Cleola Thompson;
One (1) uncle; Donald Minnis; Eighteen (18) Nieces; Lavon
Harris, Hope Sealy, Wanda and Carla Strachan, Cara Hall,
Dr. Christina Gaitor, Sherry and Aretha Thompson, Delica,
Diana and Alesia Armbrister, Nicole Ash, Dellarese Jones,
Sophia Wilkinson, Nicolette Allen, Latisha Knowles, LaToya
Thompson, Sadaka McKenzie and Vera McKinney-
Thompson; Seven (7) Nephews; Rodger, Gerard, Pedro
and Frederick Thompson, Trevor Williams, Darren Strachan
and a host of other relatives and friends including; Kirk,
Warren and Ted Thompson, Iris Whyms, Naomi Turnquest,
Lionel Harris, Cynthia and Doreen Thompson, Elizabeth
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Cooper, Brian Cooper, Deborah
Smith, Bishop Lester and Mrs. Vanessa Cox, Pastor and
Mrs. Oval Pinder of Deep Creek, Eleuthera, The Anderson,
Sweeting, Gibson, Pratt and Clark families, The Deep Creek
Eleuthera family, The Culmersville family, David, Perry and
Pedro Clark, Paul Bethel, Lester Bastian, Earnie, Jan, Sam
and Mark Rahming, The Faith Temple family and The Deep
Creek Eleuthera Development Association.


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Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers' Funeral Homes
& Crematorium, Ernest &-York Street on Friday from 10:00
a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until
service time at the church.


MR. PREMIER MICHEL, 49

of Joe Farrington Road and
formerly from La Tortue, Haiti will
be held on Saturday, February
11th, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. at
Macedonia Baptist Church,

Rev. David S. Johnson, assisted
by Rev. Hartman Nixon. Interment
will follow in the Fox Hill
Cemetery, Fox Hill Road.

Left the cherish his memories are his Mother; Francil Theoc,
Two (2) Sons; Michlet and Evans Michel, Three (3) Daughters;
Jislene, Dally and Mirlande Michel, Common-law wife;
Wislande Guerrier, Five (5) Brothers; Dieucel, Joseph,
Innocent, Wilfred and Nelson, Two (2) Sisters; Roselie and
Marie Teres, Four (4) Sisters-in-law; Mrs. Dieucel, Mrs.
Innocent, Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. Nelson, Three (3) Brothers-
in-law; Feleres, Elides and Renel; Sixteen (16) Nieces and
Nephews; Elandieu, Jimmy, Rosemat, Camelita, Inocia,
Franciette, Bosner, Celeson, Malas, Wilman, Madlene, Mark,
Shilove, Fodna, Wilna and Berman, Numerous Cousins
including; Celie Theoc and family, Rosicleare and family,
Marie Jean and family, Misilia and family, St. Victor and
family, Jacklyn and family, Rosemary and family; Other
Relatives and Friends; from Haiti, Miami and Freeport, The
staff of Continental Foods, The Joe Farrington Road
Community, Beatrice Brown and other relatives and friends
too numerous to mention.

Viewing will be held at the chapel of Butlers' Funeral Homes
and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday from
10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m.
until 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. until service time at
the church.


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Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas
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MRS. ROSEMARY.
ANGELA MOXEY, 72

of Soldier Road will be held
on Saturday, February 11th,
2006 at 12noon at Church of
God Auditorium, Joe
Farrington rRoad. Officiating
will be Pastor Joseph A.
Knowles Assisted by Burton
Lockhart. Interment will
Follow in Woodliwn Gardens,
Soldier Road.


Mrs. Moxey is survived by her Husband; Edwin Moxey;
Children; Cornelia, Marcian, Andre, Jason and Kendra
Moxey and Renee Knowles; Twelve (12) Grandchildren;
Marcia, Chardonnay, Jamel, Rochelle, Rashad; Camisha,
D'andra, Ashawnte, Kendrick, Darius, Jessica arind
D'andre; One (1) Sister; Coralyn Lightbourne; Two (2)
Daughters-in-law; Jackie and Rhynthia Moxey; One (1)
Son-in-law; Alonzo Knowles; One (1) Niece; Alexis Gilbert;
. Three (3) Nephews; Matthew and Allison Gilbert and
Leslie Lightbourne; One (1) Aunt; Francis Clarke; One
(1) Brother-in-law; Audley Moxey; Two (2) Sisters-in-law;
Rodleigh Sweeting and Mary Marsh; Six (6) Grandnieces;
Crystal, Catherine, Christine, Tanavia, Azaria and Ashley
and a host of other relatives and friends including; Shirley'
Burrows and family, Joan Sawyer, Neville, Arthur, Andrew
and Robert Sawyer, Margaret Davis, Marcella and Maxine
Mallory, Dudley, Gerald, Norma, Sandra, Andrea and
Linda Sawyer, Roslyn, Paula, Sybil, Karen and Eugene
Toote, Anthony and Valerie Roberts, Monica and Anna
Cleary, Dr. Cynthia Osbourne, Clyde Green, Dr. Julie
Wershing, The Hardecker Clinic family, The Broadcasting
Corporation of The Bahamas, The Bank of the Bahamas,
Prison Department, Bahamas Telecommunication
Company, The Bain Town and Soldier Road families,
The Women A Glow Association, Trinity Assembly, St.
Joseph and Holy Family Church families.

Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers' Funeral
Homes and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on
Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. and at the residence
on Soldier Road from 12 noon until service time at the
Church.


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SIndependence Drive Phone: 341-4055

FUNERAL* SEVCAO


PATRICIA LEE
SWAIN, 41


of Pinewood Gardens, and
formerly of Murpihy Town,
Abaco, will be held on
Saturday 11:00 am at
Shekinah Kingdom
Ministries, Gladstone Road.
Pastor Clement M Neely
assisted by Pastor Norris
Williams will officiate and
interment will follow in the Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
and Spikenard Roads.

Left to cherish her percious memories are her one
daughter, Lashandra Coleby; one granddaughter,
Verneka Cox; one sister, Stephanie Barnett; one
adopted sister, Joycelyn Bootle; three aunts, Cynthia
Curry, Louise and Firstina Swain; two uncles, Bradford
and Raynold Swain; one nephew, Ashjuan Barnett;
one brother-in-law, John Barnett; a host of other
relatives include, Darlene Russell, Wendy, Mario and
PerNishka Bootle, Marva, Sidney, Carl Jr, and Alexea
Archer, Rolando and Yolanda Levy, Trevor and Crystal
swain, Leona Mills, Carlos, Ronald and Kevin Swain,
Preola Brooks, Miriam Bass, Cindy Williams, Clevie,
Steve and Herman Sawyer, Vernel Cox and family,
Pastor Alexander Archer and the Latter Rain family,
Lorraine Farrington and family, Ida Swain and family,
Malia Moxey and family, Iva Duncombe, Gertrude
Dawkins and family, Salathiel Swain and family,
Willamae Dawkins and family, Relda Woodside, Della
Ingraham, Deborah Stuart, Jackie Robins, Patricia
Clarke, Valerie Duncombe, Racquel Forbes, Ann
Wilmore, Kizzy Maurice, Hubert, Travis and Terrance
Russell, Pastor Norris Williams and family, Carl Archer
Sr., and Zyandel Jones.

Special thanks to the Doctors and Staff of Princess
Margaret Hospital especially the Dialysis Unit, Pastor
Clement Neely and Shekinah Kingdom Ministries
family for the love and support shown.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at The
Chapel of Memories, Independence Drive on Friday
from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm and at the church on
Saturday from 10:00 am to service time.





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Yayer Fuer!l Home &rtriu
Queen's Highway
P.O. Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: 352-8118. Paging: 352-6222 #1724
Fax: 351-3301


RISHAWN ALVIN
BETHEL, 16

of #231 Jamaica Avenue,
Freeport, will be held on
Saturday, February 11th, 2006
at 2:30 pm at Zion Baptist
Church, East Sunrise
Highway. Officiating will be
Rev Kermit Saunders and Rev
Peter Pinder. Interment will be
made in the Grand Bahama
Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive.


Left to celebrate his life are his parents, Evangelist Glenroy
and Monique Bethel, one brother, Renardo Bethel; two
sisters, Latoya and Latalieae Bethel, grandfather, Euric
Bethel; his special friends, Newricka Missick, Simone
Rigby and Karcio Coakley; seven aunts, Patrice Mark,
Nydiea Cooper, Neketha Glinton, Patrice Cooper, Donita
Clarke, Leah Bethel and Anastacia Lundy; six uncles,
Police constable 479 Carlos Roberts, Cllinton Bethel,
Leslie Mark, Lynden Lundy, Marvin Clarke and Shervin
Cooper; eight aunts, Ramona Cox, Pastor Shirley Stubbs,
Mildred McKinney, Patricia King, Enamae Smallings,
Clara Walker, Milirain Prosper and Sarah Jennings; six
granduncles, Benjamin Prosper, Rodley Walker, Eric
Stubbs, Joe McKinney, Robert Jennings and Lynden Cox;
his cousins Jardo, casson, Trayton, Tanage, Adrian,
Patrice, Sharon, Jay, Dominique, Pedricka, Cassidy,
Maranthe, Maranique, Shamiko, Shamano, Shamanuel,
Jayden, Benjamicko, Precious, Adrian, Hannah, Rachel,
Wendy, Essence, Denzel, Kayshala, Khambrel, Clinique,
Jay, Judith, Sharon, Enamae, Lindy, Zhivago, Ericka,
Derek, Erick, Torin, Torika, Tanaji, Lyneice, Rosheika,
Melissa, Mary, Ramelle, Rameesh and Teto and a host
of other relatives and friends including Sargent Bastian,
Craig Wallace, Sargent Arthur, Pastor McPhee, Ms Sands,
Doyle, Mr Rolle and the St Georges High School facility
and students.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to Yager Funeral Home
& Crematorium Ltd., Queens Highway, Freeport.


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Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
,RO;. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pagers: 340-8043/ 340-4424 / 340-8034 Fax: (242) 340-8034
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Alsaida Louise
Higgs, 76

of Bamboo Boulevard,
Pinewood Gardens, and
formerly of Harbour Island,
died at the Princess Margaret
Hospital on Thrusday,
February 2nd, 2006.

She is survived by Sons:
Ralph Romer, Cyril, Charles,
and Derek Cox, and Pastor Andrew Burrows,
Daughters: Pandora Gordon, Patrice Charlton, and
Melanie Jones, Sisters: Rose Major, Nollie Higgs,
Annie Sawyer, and Feanette Albury, numerous Nieces,
Nephews, and a host of other Relatives and Friends.


FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS
ANNOUNCED LATER.


WILL BE


Roy Nixon, 82

of Nassau Village, and
formerly of Mars Bay,
Andros, died at his the
Princess Margaret Hospital
on Wednesday, February 8th,
.2006.


He: is survived by his
Wife: Mable Nixon, Sons: Sheaddy,
Freddy and Anthony Nixon, Daughters:
Ethel Munroe and Maureen Nixon, Sisters:
Mearlean Forbes, Louise Green, Eva Smith,
Ruth Meadows, and Elsie Smith







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


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


ISAAC CHESTER "IKY"
DAVIS, SR., 52

of. M us grove Street,
Chippingham East, will be held
on Saturday, February 11th, 2006
at 11 am at St. Francis Catholic
Church, West Hill Street.
Officiating will be Fr. Kendrick
Forbes. Interment will follow in
04 the Catholic Cemetery, Infant
View Road.

"Iky" will be remembered mostly in the hearts of his mother,
Dorothy Geogieana Davis; sons, Isaac Chester Jr., lan
Tehran Davis; daughter, Ikena Davis; step son, Rasilard;
sisters, Vanrea Tomas, Judith 'awkins, Sanadfra" Oliver,
Dorothea King and Casscine Grant-Kinnear; adopted sister,
Esther Curry; sister-in-law, Sylvia Arnold; brothers-in-law,
Cuthbert Thomas, Richard Dawkins, Minister Julian Grant-
Kinnear; nieces, Glenda Thomas, Pamela Paynter, Karla
Florence, Eva, Etha and Sheen Dawkins, Gian Lightbourn
and Sylfronia King; nephews, Garner and Richard Dawkins
III, Cuthbert Jr. and Valdez Thomas, Edriseu' Forbes, Miguel
Oliver, Christopher Beckles, Jacques Russell, Kenneth and
Scott King, Jue-He'nri, Juron and Julian II Grant-Kinnear,
Elton Paynter Sr., Jefferson Lightbourn and Michael Florence;
grand nieces and nephews, cousins, other relatives and
friends including, Terry Davis, Archbishop Patrick Pinder,
Msgr. Preston Moss, Rev. Samuel Pinder, Pastor Eric
Dawkins, Ronnie, Rafael, Yvette, Cynthia, Jules and Juliette
Holmes, Hansel, Dwayne, Antoine and Atoinette King,
Mekella Cartwright, Darius Turnquest, Theadore and Thea
Gaitor, Ted, Doreen, Adrian and Bernadette Rolle, Michelle
Butler, Patrick Basden, Richard Sands, Lambert Butler,
Steven, Don and Vernell Brennen,-Agnes Deleveaux, Florine
Wilson, Remelda Moxey, Raffelo Swaby, Sandra Vassal,
Corrine, Rhoden, Melvin Ferguson, Hubert Mortimer, Winifred
Murphy and the staff of the Nassau Public Library, and the
Chippingham family.

Viewing will be held in the "Celestial" Suite at the Chapel
at Restview Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd.,
Robinson and Soldier Road on Friday from 10am until 6pm
and then at the church on Saturday from 9:30am until


service time on Saturday.


GRACE MILDRED
PRICE, 78

of Palm Beach Street, will be
held on Friday, February 10th,
2006 at 11am at Hillview S.D.A.
Church, Tonique Williams Darling
Highway. Officiating will be
Pastor H. A. Roach. Interment
will follow in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, John F Kennedy Drive.


She is survived by her three
daughters, Nurse Judith Price-Lightbourne, Eula Hamilton
and Sandra Price; one son, Anthony Price; two sisters,
Madlyn Kelly and Cutel Symonette; two brothers, Eugene
and Harrison Kelly; one son-in-law, Gregory Hamilton; one
daughter-in-law, Barbara Price; ten grandchildren, Denise
and Deandra Lightbourne, Kim Newbold, Carla Kristy and
Cory Hamilton, Tina and Ray Price, Ricardo Storr and
Eduardo Thompson; four great-grandchildren, Kshauna
Forbes, Kerrington and Jaydan Newbold, and Braja Pratt;
twelve nieces, Edith Young, Cheryl D'Arceuil, Cherita
Symonette, Laverne, Gina and Shelly Kelly, Kay Trott and
Emily Kelly, Shaunda and Kimberley Kelly, Lydia Goynes
and Lynn Kelly; nine nephews, Sterling Thompson, David
Bullard, Pete, Gregory, Michael Junior, Wendall and Colburn
Kelly and Karlen Symonette; three sisters-in-law, Sharon,
Eulie and Cindy Kelly and a host of other relatives and
friends including, Haynes and Patricia Dorsett, Eurika
Youngblood, William Dorsette, Alwhyne Scavella, Vincent
Dorcette, Adrella Knowles, Marion Carter, Logie Dorsette,
Olivia Johnson, Nellie Johnson, Martha Bullard, Clea
Braynen, Sis. Poitier, Marie, Tessarina and Evernique Moss
and members of the Hillview S.D.A- Church.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity" Suite at Restview
Memorial Mortuary & Crmatorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier
Road on Thursday, February 9th, 2006 from 12pm until 6pm
and then at the church on Friday from 9:30am until service
time.


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LAURIE ISABELLA SMITH, 84

a resident of Hall's Close of
Gladstone Road and formerly of
Bottle Creek, Turks Island, will
be held at Mount Horeb Baptist
Church, Sandy Port, on Saturday
February 11th, 2006 at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Lloyd-
C. Smith, assisted by other
ministers of the gospel. Interment
follows in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, J.EK. Drive,.
Cherished memory will linger in
the hearts of her; sons, Rev. Dr. Lloyd C. Smith, Deacon
Olson Smith, and Feaster Smith. Daughters- Ms. Athream
Smith, Ms. Lauriel Smith, Mrs. Nicole Missick and Ms.
Jackie Smith; sons-in-law, Rev. Wesley Walkine, and Mr.
Jeremiah Missick; daughters-in-law- Min. Linda Smith
and Mrs. WIlma Smith. Adopted Sons- Pastor Willard
Smith and Mr. Darryl Smith; 43-grand children, 42-great
grand children, 1- great great grand child, 22-nieces, 13-
nephews, other family members and friends, The Hon.
Norman Saunders and Family, Mr. Eldon Durham and
Family, The Duncanson Family, The Gardner Family, The
Missick Family, The Lightboume Family, The Hall Family,
Maxine Wright and Family, The Philips Family, Lois, Mae
and Evelyn Williams, Susan Marshall, Daysel Williams,
Mrs. Gooding, Laurie Francis and Family, Alton Moncur
and Family, Mount Horeb Baptist Church Congregation,
Rev. Dr. Charles Saunders, Bishop David Pratt, Bishop
and Mrs. Delton Fernander, Bishop Rev. Dr. Michael
Symonette and Rev. Sis. Hilda Symonette, Rev. Dr. William
Thompson and Min. Betty Thompson, Rev. Dr O.A Pratt
and Mother Catherine Pratt and many other relatives and
fiiends too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday
and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service
time.


ZARIO KELVIN VALENTINO STUBBS, 23

a resident of Mutton Fish Drive, will be held at Golden
Gates Assembly Church, Carmichael Road, on Saturday
February 11th, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop


FW George O. Fowler, assisted.by
SPastor Saveletta Fowler.
S Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Treasured memory will forever
linger in the hearts of his loving
parents, Kelvin Sr. & Carla
Stubbs; brothers, Corey, Kelvin
Jr. & Samuel Stubbs;
grandparents, Edward &
.._ ..Dorothy Johnson & William
(deceased) & Leona Stubbs;
great grandparents, Wilfred Thompson & Jetta Stubbs;
uncles, Elridge, Graham, Kenneth, Kenford, Whitney,
Daniel Sr., Cadero & Japheth; aunts, Patricia, Michelle,
Sheena, Marikia, Stacey, Betty, Monika, Annabell, Aileen,
Marina, Sherry & Evanette; grand uncle, Charles Symonette;
grand aunts, Williemina Sargent of Freeport, Althea,
Endelyn, Izetta, Rosa, Miriam, MaryJane & Meta; great
grand uncle & aunts, Cyril, Maybell, Elvina & Carmetta;
numerous cousins including, Dorcia, Garille, Anvard, Erin,
Donika, Radshad, Kara, Travis, Wilnique, Craston, Alexa,
Kenford Jr., Daniel Jr., Deleko, Danique & Danvantae;
godparents, Peggy Smith, Morcia & Andrew Wells; god
children, Nathaniel, Nathalia, Shantio, Henry, Doyleisha
&- Rovana; special friends. Kevin Moss & Family, Andy
Rolle, Valentino Woodside & Family. Desmond, Doyle,
Thomas, Smooth, Phili, Vincent. Centeesh, Solomon, Lava,
Carmeka, Lexus, Sabrina, Dario, Kenva, Jaspim, Derron,
Melissa, Ninja, Shone, Ricardo, Madeen, Crotez, Kia &
Henry; other relatives & friends, Bishop George & Pastor
Saveletta Fowler & the entire Final Hour Family, Emerald
Resort (Exuma) Crew, Aqua Design Family, Orange Creek
Family, Cat Island Family, South Ocean Crew, Minister
Shane D. Gibson & Family, Seaside Buffet (Crystal Palace),
Airport Authority .(Fire Station), National Insurance,
SVeronica Rigby & Family, the Scott Family, Ethel Burrows
& Family, Bimini & Inagua Crew, Enid Clarke & Family,
Sean & Christine Roker, S.C. McPherson Class of 1999,
Golden Gates Assembly Family, the Staff of Male Medical
|& Intensive Care Unit & a host of other relatives & friends
too numerous to mention.

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


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SSHANTELL MUNROE, 21

a resident of Sunlight Cottage, will be
held at Friendship Baptist Church, Laird
Street, on Friday February 10th, 2006 at
1:00 p.m. Officiating will be Rev.
Archelous Burrows. Interment follows in
Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.
Left to cherish her memory are her 1 son,
Brian Ricardo Munroe; 3 brothers, Romeo,
Jermaine-and Shawn Munroe; 2 aunts,
Louise and Jennifer Munroe; 4 uncles,
Calvin, Isaac, Edrick and Edwin Munroe;
2 nieces, Aalyah and Jermainique Munroe;
cousins, Karen, Durad, Shancika, Eddison,
Monique, Kevin, Keno, Christina,
Shandeka, Rachael, Anton, Alexander, Lorenzo, Andrella, Calvin, Opal,
Javan, Rannisha, Calvinque, Shavargo, Petra, Samantha, Ednicka, E.J.,
Jasmain, Edricknique; cousin-in-law, Petula Davis; other relatives and
friends including, Florence Walkes, Anita Hudson, Geneva Bodie, the
entire East Street Community and a host of relatives in Miami, Florida.

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

CAROLYN BELINDA
HIGGS, 47

a resident of Adelaide Village, will be held
at Bahamas Faith Ministry, Carmichael
Road, on Friday February 10th, 2006 at
1:00 p.m. Officiating will be Bishop R.
J. Deleveaux, assisted by other ministers
of the gospel. Interment follows in the
Adelaide Cemetery, Adelaide Village.

oria, oLeft to cherish her memory are herloving
Sand caring mother, May Higgs; children,,
S Kevin, Cindy and Latoya; eight sisters,
Sandra, Eleanor,; Janet, Jeanie, Donna,
Daisy, Shirlene and Dianne; eighteen brothers, Sidney, Cedric, Henry,
Ivan, Reggie, Edward, Everette Jr., Keith, Stephen, Sgt. 1186 Duncombe,
Prince, Arthur; Derek, Cardo, Godfrey, Tony, Rodger and Kitty;
grandchildren, Alex, Toya, Neka, Isabell, Monte, Chanaize and Eve; five
uncles, Granville and Hansel of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Paul of Miami
Florida, Tony King of Sari Francisco and.Rev. Rubin Duncombe; two
i aunts, May and Josephine; four brothers- in- law, David Kemp, ohnathan
SDeal, Leroy Ferguson and Dexter Newman; sisters-ih-law, Barbara, Carmon.e
Linda, Brenda and Sheila; numerous nieces and ,nephews (too many to-
mention); other relatives and friends including, Mr. Edward Bastian, Mearl,
Marge, Sheiilene Reid, James Clarke and family,D Sandra Pratt, Barbara.
Sue and Ella, Rosemary, Vessie, Ettamae and Cecil, Daren and Arlene
Cooper, Juliette and Angie Foster, Ethel Pratt and family, Steve and
Christine Maiingot, Naomi Stubbs, Abrama Bowe, Dominique Kemp,
Ricardo Roberts and family; Inspector Gegory Johnson, Neil Nairn, Thelma
Balfour, Henry Dean and family, Sandy Walker, Micheal Cox, Irene Taylor
and family, Don and Abigail Pratt, Whitzel and Lintda Kemp, Dr. Nicholas
Fox and staff, Hercules and Claudine Rolle, The St. James Adelaide Church


Family, B.E.C. Family, Nellie Mae Cooper and Family, the Grand Cay
Walkers Hotel and Marina family, the entire Super Value Golden Gates
family, Security Services and the Holy Spirit Church of God, Nassau
Village Family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Thursday and on Friday at Holy
Spirit Church of God, Nassau Village Road, from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
and at the church from 12:00 p.m. until service time.

HENRIETTA ALICIA
THOMPSON, 62

a resident of Flamingo Gardens, will be
held at St. Barnabas Anglican Church,
Baillou Hill & Wulff Roads, on Friday
February 10th, 2006 at 10:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Canon Basil Tynes.
Interment follows in St. Barnabas
Cemetery, Moore Avenue.

Left to cherish her memory are her
daughter: Ingrid Mercer; son-in-law,
Bryant Mercer; grandchildren, Amanda,
Niles and Matthew Mercer; sisters,
Altamese Isaacs, Cypriana Smith, Juliette Teague, Agnes Young, Mrs.
Betty Mackey, Mrs. Barbara Dean and Ms. Juanita Thompson; brothers,
Fred Smith of Minot, N. Dakota, Frank Smith of Orlando, Fla., Lawrence
Smith of Charlotte, NC and Herbert Thompson of Detroit, Michigan;
nieces, Leslie, Lydia, Lynette Isaacs and Lorraine Dames, Nathalie Nairn,
Phaedra Knowles, Michelle Pople, Karene Mackey, Danielle Teague, Asher
Young, Angela Smith, Karen St. Cyr, Naomi Grant, Melcie Dean, Emmie
Johnson, Latoya Smith and Laverne Johnson; nephew, Neville Johnson,
Frankie J., and Thomas Smith, Michael Dames, Kareem, Bryan, Brian and
Daniel Smith, Kevin, Dwight and Brister Dean; grandnieces, Germany
Isaacs, Peyton Willie, Nakisha and Nayantra Collie, Tabitha, Shaniel,
Madrica and Ruth Johnson, Lavaughan, Lashan and Letesha Dames,
Rayandra, Rayven and Raygen Nairn; grandnephews, Marvin Hanna,
McCartnee Isaacs, Pierre Watson, Ariel, Antoine, and Jeremy Johnson,
Van Johnson, Ron Clarke Jr., and Michael Dames Jr.; other relatives and
friends including, Esau Roker, Doris Barry and Family, Luther, Christopher
and Peter Burrows; Danny and Livingston Major, Ruth Wallace, Fercena
Burrows, Patricia, Charmaine, Jackie and Petra Burrows, Juanita Thurston,
Mrs. Lottie Tynes, Maxwell and Neil Stubbs, Philip and Charlamae Stubbs,
Daynette and Ivan Cleare, Marsha and Rev. Wesley Thompson, Sharon
and Lee Rahming, Colona Burrows and Family, the Family of the Late
Ruth Boyd, Juanita Major and Family, Iris Tynes and Family, Flora Hanna
an d Family, Oscar and Beautimae Hunt and Family, Dale Knowles, Bertram
People, Ivan Thompson, Malfred Collie, Ron Clarke Sr., Jerome Thurston,
Marsha Johnson, Jfitin Ne'illy and Family, Liner Johnson and Family,
Maxine and Neville Rolker, Maria Smith, Byron Simmons and Family,
Regina Nairn and Family, the Fleming Street Family, Alina-Evarns and&
' Family, Cora Colebrooke and Family, Virginia Brown and Famhily, The,
Staff of the Dialysis Unit;(PMH), Wilma Marshall and Family, -James'
Teague, Chris Young and Samantha Smith, Juanita Major and Nellie Forte.i:

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home Market'
Street, on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the church from 9 am
on Friday to service time.


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ANDREAFREDERiC A
SANDS, 57 .


Sp a resident of Bellot Road will be
held at Southside Christian
Ministries International,
Carmichael Road West on Saturday
at 10:00 a.m.. Officiating will be
Apostle C. Clifford Smith III,
assisted by Pastor Gerald Bowe
and other ministers. Interment
follows in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, J.F.K. Drive.
Her precious memory will forever linger in the heart of her
loving devoted husband, confidante and friend, Joseph V Sands,
and other survivors including; son, Antonio "Tony" Colebrooke;
daughter-in-law, Gaynell Colebrooke; grandchildren, Anthonia,
Anton, Jameko, Anthony, Tamara, Tony Jr.,Aundre and, Crystal
Colebrooke; greatgrand son, Ethan Brown; brothers, Whitfield
Thompson, Franklyn Moss, Andrew Morrison, Philip Ferguson
of Houston, Texas, and Charles Ferguson; sisters, Philippa
Ferguson, and Bernadette Woodside; father-in-law, Richard W
Sands Sr.; mother-in-law, Winifred V Sands; brothers-in-law,
Joseph Smith, Ellis Peet Sr., Richard "Dicks", Marcus, Johnson,
Wesley Woodside, David, Jonathan, Gregory "Ribs" and Craig
Sands; sisters-in-law, Willamae Johnson, Vernincha Peet, Marva
Morrison Kayla Ferguson, Coralee, Yvonne, Joanne, Verneek
Stephanie Sands, Donna Smith, Marva Smith-Moss, and Georgia .
Ferguson on Houston, Texas; uncle Clifford Ferguson of New
York; aunts, Elder Gloria Flowers and Berthamae Ferguson;'
nephews and nieces, Sonia, Marlin and Nicholette Farrington,
Terrance and Marva Moss, Samantha Ferguson, Michael and
Sonobia Smith, Kishmir and Shamon Young, Lesley and Westel
Woodside, Sophia, Brickell and Raquel Morrison, Candice
Rolle, Charles Jr., Ometrie and Kaelyn Ferguson; special fnds,
Apostle and Co-Pastor Clifford C Smith III CMS, Ma, and
Judy Smith, and the fine members of Southside Christain
Ministry, managementand staff of Lyford Cay Club especially
Housekeeping Department, B.K. and Shirley Bonamy, Rosemary
Roker, John "Timer" Turnquest, Willie John, Alfred Roker, Dr.
Constantine D. Tseretopoulos, M.D. and staff of The Lyford
Cay Hospital, Frances Symonette, Barbara Cooper, Thelma
Rolle, Joanne and Paulene Ferguson, Patrick Munroe, Alfine
and Jerome Wallace, the Lou Adams Orchestra, a host of other
relative and friends too numerous to mention.

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


BRO. LEWIS COLLIN
HANCHELL, 72


a resident of Ridgeland Park West
and formerly of Turks Island, will
.be held at New Bethlehem Baptist
Church, Independence Drive, on
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. Everette J. Brown,
assisted by Rev. Joseph Saunders,
Rev. Tyrone Laing, Rev. Dr. Errold
Farquharson and Minister Christine
Seymour. Interment follows in
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J.F.K. Drive.

He is survived by his wife, Leatha Hanchell; one son, Llewellyn
Hanchell; one daughter, Fiona King; one son-in-law, Cardinal
King; father-in-law, Arnold Hepburn, mother-in-law, Hazel
Hepburn; grandchildren, Carniqua and Cayden King; four
brothers, Thomas, Franklyn, Maurice Hanchell and Glen
Williams; four sisters, Susan and Roberta Williams, Felicia
Winston and Lucille Lewis; two uncles, Richard and Harvey;
sisters-in-law, Rosemary, Dorothy, Evangelist Alberta Williams,
Carol Hanchell, Rochelle Forbes, Erma Jones, Beverly, Jennifer,
and Raquel Hepburn, Carolyn Pratt and Altimae Knowles;
brothers-in-law Ezekiel Williams, Wellington Clarke,
Christopher Lewis, Rodney and Derek Hepburn and Stephen
Gordon; aunts-in-law, Liz Saunders, Inez Miller and Mary
Nottage; nieces and nephews, Janet, Karen, Eunice, Chantell,
i Jan,Mai-io. Christine, Alexandria, Samantha, Catura, Mary,
Jackie, Leah. Harry, Monique, Vincent, Vernon, Valencia,
Hubert, Den nis, Deidre, Thomas Jr., Reno, Barbara, Ted,
Denise, Cherise, Tiko, Teno, Glendina, Glenda, Glen, Thimiska,
Terkerja, Thimenko, Stephen, Eva, Agnes, Louis, Gregory,
Hyacinth, Partricia, John, Glen, Donna,, Garfield, Francine,
Irene and Daphne.

Other relatives and friends including, godchild Michelle Bain,
Essie McKinney, Percy Williams, Roy Edwards, Jerome
Adderley, Fred Christie, Lou Malcolm, Joe Edgecombe, Joyce
Johnson, Alfred and Elvis Ramsey, Adelaide Jones, Ridgeland
Park community, New Bethlehem Baptist Church family,
Southside Christian Ministry family, Stanford Lawrence and
family and Bertram Ferguson and family.

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


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1997 Nissan Maxima,
Tan 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.


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


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


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


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


IIBB# f47
2000 Chevy Silverado,
truck, excellent condition,
$16,000,
Call: 464-2192 or 364-6195


BBF #544 1994 Lincoln Continental,
white, blue leather int. am/fm stereo cassette,
pwr everything,
$1,300 ONO,
17" chrome rims w/ tires included,
universal 5 hole, $650,
Call: 324-2663


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


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


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


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


IF #507
1998 Ford F-150,
excellent condition, needs trans.
Repair,
$7,000 ONO,
Call: 436-4320 or 324-7620


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


BBF #599
1995 Infiniti Q45,
A/C, sunroof, good condition,
$7,000 ONO,
Call: 324-5552, 356-1643,
or
427-9961


Make Money Every Day,
Toyota Coaster,
31 seater, A/C, new caps, clean int.
radio/cassette, color TV, tints, auto door, new
paint, excellent condition, good to go,
$1-7,500,
Call: 477-3792


3BF #530
FORD F-150 KING RANCH
(NEW 50 MILES ON TIERS)
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Sandwich Display $1,500, Ice Maker $2,000,
3 Ovens $1000 each,
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rRIB #224 WIRELESS NOTEBOOKS FOR SALE
$1299.99 ONO
BRAND NEW IN THE BOX. Dell and Toshiba Mobile BBF #604
Notebooks with carrying case/the following specs:- Wi- ATTENTION RETAILERS RIB #310
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$900.00
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-1994 GMC KODIAK, WHITE
flatbed truck, 4 stablelizers,
5,000 miles, Flatbed can be rise
up to 2 storey
$40,000.00
Tel: 327-1687
Cell: 525-3760


1993 Toyota Camry for sale,
$3,000 OBO,
Call for details,
394-8870


3BF #631
1994 Honda Civic,
B16A, racing engine performance parts,
17" rims, tints, A/C, amazing sound
system, $5,500 ONO,
Call: 424-4557 or 324-6686


BBF #630
2003 Nissan Altima
2.5 V6 engine, maroon w/tan & wood grain int.
low mileage, CD, fully power, alarm, 20" chrome
rims, excellent condition,
$15,700 ONO,
Call: 393-6191


BBF #637
1997 Toyota TRD Sport,
1JZ-Turbo, 280HP, Fully Loaded, Auto,
Only one in the Bahamas
Priced to Sell:
$15,000.00,
525-9334/ 394-3219


BBF #636
1998 Ford Expedition,
Fully Loaded, Reliable Truck, Auto, Good
Condition, Needs trans. sensor only, Priced to
sell: $8500.00 525-9334 / 394-3219


BBF #63S


1998 Musso Jeep (Mercedes),
one owner, serviced regularly,
never mashed or damaged,
good condition,
$13,000,
Diesel fuel efficient


Call: 557-8567


1994 Honda Civic,
blue hatchback, 18" rims, A/C, backlights,
alarm, clean in and out,
$4,000,
Call: 341-5640 or 434-4569


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Spec V 2.5
Blue with red/black interior, 6 speed,
low miles, CD player, sunroof, AC,
$9,000.00
Tel: 636-0774 / 426-5586


3BF #632
1993 Honda Civic,
navy blue w/tan interior, Panasonic CD; s-shift,
drop low, custom Honda rims, good for a show
project, $3,500 ONO,
Call: 328-4168 or 454-3622


BBF#639


1997 Chevy Astro Van LT -
very good'condition,
dual a/c fully loaded
asking
$8000.00.

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21FT Paramount, 200hp,
Yamaha engine 2001, sound system, GPS,
anchor, etc. must sell,
$16,500 ONO
Serious inquiries only,
SUMMER COMING,
Call: 359-3125 or 324-6696


1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Limited Edition, A/C, CD, leather int. fully
loaded, minor repairs needed,
$7,000
Call: 326-6623


BBF #623
1998 Musso Jeep (Mercedes),
one owner, serviced regularly, never
mashed or damaged, good condition,
$13,000,
Call: 557-8567


S#622
1993 Nissan Sentra,
blue as is asking
$1,700 ONO,
Call: 558-7562 or 328-5744


REGATTA TIME!!!
1995 Larson 32' Cabin Cruiser;
2 mercury cruiser, just rebuilt
engine, central air, sleep 6,
Generator, shower, fridge, stove,
GPS, $39,000,
Call: 395-9154


18 ft COBIA OPEN FISH
$2,000.00 OBO
26ft 4 WHEEL FLOAT ON TRAILER
$2000.00 OBO
PH 364-8218/CELL 457-4078


28ft. Olympia w/twin
2001 Mercury 200 HSP Engines,
180 Gal. fuel holding tank, small cabin, VHF,
fish finder, CD, trailer included, great deal!
have to see!
No reasonable offer refused,
BOAT MUST GO!
Call: 393-8829 (anytime)
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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


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


TRIB #304
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


1996 HONDA ACCORD
Tan with beige interior $5,500.00 ONO
4 door, AC, PW, PL, SS, V-tech engine,
projector lights, intake, performance exhaust.
Tel: 364-7525 Cell: 423-9457


TRIB #271 34 FT 1984 SEA RAY SUN DANCER,
completely rebuilt beginning 2001. New Yanmar 170
hp twin diesels, 140 hrs, 6.5 kw Phasor genset,
custom hardtop/Eisenglass enclosure, new
refrigerator/stove/ icemaker/12,000 btu AC, dripless
stuffing boxes, full electronics package, 10ftV-hard
bottom inflatable w/4.5 hp engine Duty paid, Bahamian
registered. $85,000.00
Ph: Glenn Pritchard, 359-2932/361-3000/324-4553


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


1987 CHEVY S 10 TRUCK
Red with red interior
"$1500.00 OBO
Standard shift, bedliner, Good running
Tel: 325-3542


1998 FORD MUSTANG, COBRA
Red with black interior, 5 speed
$9000.00
Tel: 422-3958







RIB #318
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA
Tan with tan/brown interior
$12,500.00
37 piece woodgrain interior, remote
door & trunk/ alarm system,
20" chrome rims,
rides like new
Tel: 557-3057


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


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(wk) or 393-6627


TRIB #327
2002 NISSAN SENTRA
Blue with grey interior'
$9000.00 OBO
Standard shift, AC, alarm system,
CD player.
Excellent condition
Tel: 636-5704
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2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT
Blue with grey interior, 2 door.
$14,000.00
Low miles, CD, power windows, automatic.
Excellent condition
Tel: 327-2635
Cell: 434-6167


TRIB #320
2001 MAXIMA GLE
Gun metal with tan leather/wood interior
$11,500.00
Mint condition, Best offer
Tel: 322-1574
Cell: 565-7026


1996 HONDA ACCORD
V6, g;ey with grey interior
$5,000.00 ONO
Newly serviced; new tires; new JVC CD player
w/boss speakers; power everything, sunroof, 17"
rims, spoiler, w/alarm, leather seats, tinted.
Serious inquiries only. Call: 325-0847 or 436-4219


1997 CHEVROLET ASTRO
63, 346 miles. runs good
$4,300.00 OBO
Must see to appreciate. For an
appointment. Please contact
Kenny at 242-322-5656


2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER ES
White with grey interior, runs great & Excellent
on gas, low mileage, Automatic, AC, CD player,
4 door and fully powered.
$10,800.00 ONO, This car must go
Tel: 393-3537 Cell: 426-8605


1978 MERCURY MONARCH
White with beige interior, Straight 6
cylinder engine A/T, AM Radio,
Original paint.
ASking $3,495.00
Tel: Jeff 396-4020(w) 324-7856(h)
424-2624(cell)


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Leather, sunroof, rims, CD/DVD, AC, Fully loaded.
Priced $23,900.0000BO Serious inquiries only.
1999 FORD EXPLORER SPORT
CD, AC, low miles, sold as is
Front passenger side damage, easy fix.
Price $3,500.00 OBO
Tel: 392-6542/328-6105 or 557-3115


Pewter bronze with beige leather interior, AC,
CD/MP3 player, keyless entry, immabylyser
system, sunroof power windows, lock, seats,
etc, front and side (4) airbags, rear spoiler,
48,000 miles, like new, (4) new tires and new
battery, just serviced
$7,000.00 ONO
Tel: 362-2648 /Cell: 558-6080


1995 TOYOTA CELSIOR
Pearl white with tan interior,
$4, 500.00 ONO
AC, CD changer'player, sunroof,
Automatic windows
Tel: 395-5800 Cell: 434-8643


THI #328A
1998 CHEVROLET ASTRO
66,634 miles. Runs good.
$4,500.00 OBO.
Must see to appreciate. For an appointment call
Kenny at 322-5656


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


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1998 22' ACTION CRAFT,
200 Mercury, trailer, trolling motor, GPS, Bimini,
spare prop, 2 livewells, depth sounder, CD, too
much to list. Mint condition
$22,000.00
(954)205-4929


TRIB s319
1999 FORD TRUCK F150 XLT
White with blue interior $13,500.00
Fully loaded, 8' bed, power windows, locks &
mirrors, power seats, AC, 6 CD player, bedliner
Very clean.
Tel: 322-8219/322-8160, Cell: 357-9372


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2005 OPIRUS 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)


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.
Tel: 356-2154/ Cell: 424-4345


1998 HONDA ACCORD
Red with beige interior
2 door coupe
$6,500.00
Tel: 395-3295
Cell: 556-0059


FORD F-150
White with black leather interior
$11,500.00
Double cab, mint condition, only 49,000 miles.
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


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


1980 MACK DM-800 TRUCK
Tandem axle 58,000 ib rear end,
You will not find a stronger truck than this
anywhere. Good condition,
Asking $12,500.00 ONO
Call: 454-5006, 361-7247


1993 MAZDA MX-3, WHITE
2 door automatic, momo ferrari rims, 6 CD
changer, amplifier, alarm system, AC, newly
painted. Good condition. Asking price
$3,000.00
Tel: 377-6509 ext 217
Cell: 424-5961


1998 CHEVY MONZA
Green with grey interior.
Asking $2,000.00 ONO
Sold as is
Phone 556-8186


1993 LEXUS ES 300
Black with tan interior,
need transmission and head gasket job.
$1800.00
Tel: 393-5996 Cell: 454-0765


1997 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold with tan leather interior
$6,000.00 OBO
Excellent condition, AC, power everything,
sunroof, 18" chrome lexani rims, well kept
Tpl 3923-2056
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TRIB #297
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


rRIB #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,
S 'Mdst see, a Steal $8,500.00
T. - Teh 35653922-or 357,475 --


TRIB #305
"BODY MAN SPECIAL"
1997 FORD EXPLORER
Green with grey leather interior,
hard in the front.
Can .be used for parts or fixed.
V8, engine, transmission all doors &
interior in good condition.
Tel: 324-2678 cell: 434-0062 or 636-3116


1998 HONDA LEDGEND, GOLD
with leather interior
$12,500.00
AC, P/C, built in DVD player, fully loaded,
sunroof, garage kept,
35,000 low mileage,
Tel: 393-455,2 Q l:,422-4231
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"RIB #301
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA
Grey with light grey interior.
$17,000.00
18" rims, chrome grill to tail, fully accessories,
Must sell.
Tel: 361-6625/Cell: 557-2886







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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 HONDA ACCORD V6
2 door coupe, Silver with black leather interior
$19,500.00
Fully loaded& 5 disc CD changer,
sunroof, clean title
Tel: 322-3867
Cell: 436-9000 or 557-2723


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


2004 NISSAN SENTRA
Burgundy, good condition, very clean interior,
financing available for
Government and hotel employees
$12,000.00 ONO
Tel: 565-9750 or 357-3964


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.


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


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


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


FRIB #277
1996 HONDA ACCORD
Red with grey interior, Standard shift,
power everything, CD, power,
$4,500.00 ONO
Tel: 636-0734 Cell: 535-4227







TRIB #278
1998 ACURA SEDAN 3.2 TL
Silver with beige leather interior
$6,500.00
lsft hand drive, Fully loaded, CD Casset,
AC, alarm, mahogany kit, heater,
leather seats, sun roof,
duel airbags, 18" grouannia rims,
power everything.
Tel: 324-6420
Cell: 535-8501


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


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


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TRIB #283
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


1995 HONDA CIVIC
Bubble- back, Silver with black interior.
$5,800.00 OBO.
CD player, 15 inch alloy rims, AC, power locks
and windows, standard shift, Excellent condition.
Must sell, owner leaving island.
Serious inquiries only. (mirror tints)
Tel: 565-4220

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2001 KIA SPORTAGE
Bronze with beige interior, $8,500.00
2004 CHEVY CAVALER 4 door, $8,500.00
2003 DODGE NEON, $7,500.00
2000 CAVALIER, $4,500.00
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2003 NISSAN PLATINA
Gold with grey interior
$9,500.00 Neg.
low mileage. Excellent condition,
AC, CD player.
Tel: 326-5719 /Cell: 424-3034


1997 SATURN SL1
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


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







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


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1997 Nissan Sunny,
$4,700,
Call: 422-0354


2004 Trailblazer LT,
pwr everything, K & N air filter, JBA Evol
exhaust, 12"sub & amp, 1 owner,
$35,000 OBO
Tel: 393-2239


BBF #612
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


1994 Acura GSR Integra,
s/s, 17" black 17" new tires,a/c. black headlights, racing
indiglo dash 2 color, euro lights front & back, sun roof,
drop zone shocks and springs, brand new racing
clutch, carbon fiber emblems, 1000 watt
sound sys, wma/mp3 player 12 graphic displays,
w/motorized face, remote and alarm
Excellent Condition! $5500 O.B.O 324-6922


1996 Honda Integra,
cold air intake, strut bar, CD, A/C,
exhaust, spoiler, boost gauge, alarm,
s-shift, $4,800,
Call: 434-9260 or 356-5720






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1995 2000C Espero Daewoo,
fully pwr, door, running great, ONLY!
$2,700, ONO,
Call: 426-98'2 or 322-6944,


2003 Ford F-150 Triton,
low mileage, 4-dr, sunroof, bed cover,
excellent condition, asking
$20,000 OBO,
Call: 457-2526 or 325-6500


1998 Nissan Altima, white,
customize DVD set up, brand new 18"
chrome rims, sound system, everything
works, $7,500 OBO,
Call: 454-1954 or 455-3477


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


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1997 FORD WINDSTAR, GREEN
$8,000.00
Good mileage and
running condition.
Excellent care
Tel: 341-6589


TRIB #168A
1997 HONDA CIVIC
Red with black/grey interior, 2 door, low miles
AC, CD player, sunroof. Excellent condition, new
tires $6,800.00
Also for sale 1997 Honda Accord
$7,000.00
2000 Honda Accord $12,000.00
Tel: 324-1644 Cell: 427-5063 or 636-4099


2000 NISSAN ALTIMA
White with tan interior
$8,500.00 OBO
Only 63K miles. Great condition,
extra clean inside and out
Tel: 392-2082 Cell:.427-9042


1998 HONDA ACCORDEX
white with beige interior
'$6,500.00
Must see to appreciate, welcome to test
drive,
Excellent condition, mileage 133,000,
sunroof, alloy wheels,
AC, pioneer CD player.
Tel: 323-5970/Cell: 436-5425


FOR SALE
2001 FORD F150
Emeral green and pearl
: $17,000.00
Extended cab,
Contact Deidre
: at
393-3284 or 477-3013


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-. 1993 HONDA ACCORD.
Green with beige interior, 4 door AC, Auto,
PW, PL, Excellent condition
Tel: 364-7525
Cell: 423-9457


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


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BBF #574 .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


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


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


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


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


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


black,


1996 Honda Civic,
clean in and out, fully
$5,800,
Call: 525-5490


BBF #596
1996 Nissan Maxima,
leather int. excellent condition,
$6,000 OBO,
fully pwr, sunroof, CD,
Call: 455-3428 or 341-7314


BBF #602
1994 Mitsubishi Van Delica,
fully loaded, A/C, 7 seater,
green/silver, tape player, sunroof,
diesel, Jap RHD,
$6,500 ONO,
Call: 454-1023


BBF #606
1997 Acura 2.2CL,
just serviced, fully power, CD, automatic,
$6,800 ONO,
Call: 422-4476
or
302-2518


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


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


1994 Windom for sale,
$4,000 ON0C
Call: 356-9323


Must See!
1996 Toyota Avante Chaser,
excellent condition, A/C, TV, am/fm
cassette, $5,800 ONO,
Call: 328-6174
or
Page @ 340-6541
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blue,


2004 Explorer Sport Trac,
22" chrome rims, leather int.
A/C, fully pwr, original CD,
$29,000 OBO,


F #617
1996 Honda Civic,
black, clean in and out, fully power,
$5,800,
Call: 525-5490


1992 Buick LeSabre,
20" chrome rims,
$3,800,
Call: 324-8933, or 436-3175








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townhouse with enclosed white powder beach. Suitable P. O. Box 30646 C T,40 years installed within the last
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Paradise Real Estate 325-3000 BahamasTel: 242-337-1555, Bank Financing available
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Island. Up to 60' above sea 0280 DODGE RD: Recently acr busess or wacdeousal
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sea lots. Lots Starting at Landscaped and well SAYS SELL! 3 bed, 2.5 bath 2737 The Abaco Club: Unique home, tiled floors, custom
$300,000 maintained 10,040 sq. ft. lot No home in featuring tile and and creative 3800 sq. ft. kitchen, spacious deck, and #5268 Sans Souci: 9,770
added preparation to the land is carpet floors, large master cottages await you. Highlighted 3car carport.....$579,000. sq. ft. residential lot. $99,500
3523 Lyford Cay: Vacant needed, if building a home bedroom and back up by 2 crescent beaches this 520-
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stretches from road to road. 20023 Russell Island: Ontartitsaevilb.Prdene 2100s.f
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Waterfront lot, (19,200 sq. ft.)3466 Harmony Hill: Fantastic $370,000. utilities and private dock.
All utilities such as water, 4 bed, 3 1/2 bath home stylish 3250 Ocean Club $457,000
3587 Old Fort Bay: This is the electricity and cable has furnishings, recreation room, Residences: Imagine an island 0282 CORAL HARBOUR:
only available lot in the Canal already been provided. Cleared guest suite, open living areas oasis with pristine wte sand Bailey Dr, 3bed- 2bath home #5811 Twynam Heights: 90'
Beach area, 13700 sq. ft. and ready for development, and a ladscapedoun oasis with pristine white sand2bthome5811-Twynam Heights: 90
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delicate shades of turquoise, 80x110.....$420,000.
3513 Blair: Vacant lot in safe 20024 Russell Island: 3554 Westridge: Tastefull and gently swaying palms. #NS05948 Westridge
and secure community (10200 Waterfront property, lovely furnished 2500 sq. ft. 3 bed, 2 Imagine living in such island 0113 CORAL HARBOUR: Estates: 120'x 400' residential
sq. ft.), centrally located. views and a stretch of beach, 1/2 bath townhome, central air, splendor in the comfort of your Executive home, brand new lot. $250,000
$350,000. (18,800 sq. ft.) Cleared down bamboo wood floors, own home while enjoying the featuring 4bed-3bath, tiled and
for development. $265,000. verandahs, swimming pool and amenities and services of a carpet floors, custom kitchen #5867 Westridge Estates:
3510 Yamacraw: Residential tennis courts. $370,000. legendary, world-class resort, and new appliances, one car 28,690 sq. ft. lake front lot.
lot (20000 sq. ft.) situated on 20021 Spanish Wells: Starting at $1,700,000. garage 2- A/C units.... $365,000
the eastern end of the island Centrally located 6000 sq. ft. 3213 Westward Villas: $385,000.
boasting views of the sea. lot with the advantage of all Spacious multi level 4 bed, 3.5 3249 Ocean Place on The Rose Island Beach & Harbour
$364,000 businesses and necessary bath semi furnished home Harbour: After navigating the 0283 CORAL LAKES: year Club: Newly developing
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3420 Sandyport: Vacant and water supply has already ceiling fans, wooden staircase Spanish Galleon, or Luxury sq. ft. of living space, harbour front lots. Starting at
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detailing 65' of canal frontage, 2 by the tranquil blue waters, the kitchen, large rooms, and 2 car #NS05922 Rose Island:
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HOMES
#656 Mt. Vernon, 3 bed, 2 1/2
bath. Lovely, spacious family
home. Large master suite, open
plan kitchen. Quite, safe family
orientated area $450.000
#658 West Grove, 5 bed, 5
bath, Large family style home
overlooking the ocean. Includes
1 bed guest cottage. Roomy
master beds have ocean views.
Pool & wet bar. PRICE
REDUCED $985,000.
#177 Winton Highway, 4 bed,
3.5 bath, bright spacious home
w/ spectacular hilltop views.
Large living room w/ fireplace,
remodeled bathrooms &
spacious guest wing. 2 floors w/
sea views, pool & patio.
$795,000.
#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 furnished. Price
REDUCED to $135,000
#1056 West Grove Phase 2, 2
bed, 2 bath townhouses. Well
constructed, in sought after
area. 2 storey w/ spacious
interior. Communal pool,
sundeck w/ Jacuzzi. $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
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#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, 8
bath condo. Third floor w/ sea
views from bedroom, living area
& terrace. Spacious & airy.
Being sold furnished $579,000
#1800 Sulgrave Manor 3
bed, 3 bath oceanfront condo
nestled in the heart of Cable
Beach. Views of golf course,
partial ocean views. Large
private terrace. Communal
pool, grounds well lit &
beautifully landscaped. "Price
Reduced" $575,000
VACANT LAND
#1864 Port New Providence,
20,000 sq. ft. making it the fifth
largest property in Port New
Providence. Provisions for
dockage are included $479,000
#433 Hardingsville. Thinking
about constructing a block of
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, northern 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
Eastern 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 modern
kitchen... Accessed by secure
keyed elevator. Full use of
tennis courts, pools, beaches...
24/7 securitypator. REDUCED
TO $470,000.
BORIS CLARIDGE SUBD.
$0035 Recently built FOUR-
PLEX containing 3 two
bedrooms apartments each
with utility room and 1 one
bedroom unit. Property is fully
enclosed and landscaped.
Become an instant landlord all
units are rented! $375,000.
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constructed DUPLEX with 2
bedrooms 1 bath each side.
Own water supply. $250,000.
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.
Overldoking the ocean.
Featues include controlled
access, beach, seaside pool,
tennis court. $463,000.
ST. ANDREW'S BEACH
#2187 TWO townhouse units
on 90' x 90' lot. Manicured
lawn, enclosed yard. Located in
waterfront community. Each
unit has 2 bedrooms 1-1/2
baths, balconies, patios, central
air. $275,000.
MULTI-FAMILY LOTS:
WEST BAY ST. #1459 41,113
s/ft hilltop lot overlooking the
coastline. Private access road.
$650,000. Very negotiable.
CHIPPINGHAM #2198 Just off
Farrington Road 50' x 100'
enclosed corner lot. $50,000.
ADELAIDE #2196 On white
sandy beach. 46' x 191'
$250,000.
SUNRISE BEACH #302
Lovely beachfront lot. Zoned
for 8 units. $270,000 firm.
SINGLE FAMILY LOTS
JACARANDA SUBD: If it is
space you want, these lots are
the largest single family
homesites in the West in a
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.
Lot 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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SNASSAU HOMES
#NS06048 Graham Acres:
Well maintained 3 bedroom, 2
bath home with an efficiency
apartment. $315,000
#NS06049 Tusculum: Turn-
key villa with 3 bedrooms, 3
baths, ocean views and central
air. $795,000
#NS05956 Eastern Road:
Newly renovated, 4 bedroom, 4
bath home on an acre with a
cottage and pool. $1,160,000
#5690 Eastern Road
Waterfront: Mediterranean
style waterfront home with 3
bedrooms, 4.5 baths, basement
apartment, dock and boat lift.
$799,000
#NS06039 Winton Heights:
Beautiful 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath
home with a 2 car garage and a
screened-in porch. $463,000
#NS06002 off Village Road:
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath home
with screened-in porch.
$315,000
Schedule a viewing on-line
today at
www.HGChristie.com or
contact us at (242) 322-1041
sales@hqchristie.com

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2005
STARTING 3RD JANUARY,
2006 TO 28TH FEB, 2006
WE WILL PAY ALL LEGAL
FEES, CONTRACTORS ALL
RISK INSURANCE AND
DRAW PLANS FOR ALL
CUSTOMERS.
HOUSE PACKAGES
STATING @ $6,500 DOWN
DUPLEX PACKAGES
STARTING @ $7,500 DOWN
TRIPLEX PACKAGES
STRATING @ $9,000 DOWN
CALL 394-8889, 394-8890,
394-7799, OR 4/7, 380-8010.
ELIZABETH ESTATES,
3 bedroom House with
enclosed yard,
Only 110,000. $5,500 down.
Tel:Troplcal Realty, 327-1102.
LONG ISLAND
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Beautiful 1-acre above sea
level, small hill overlooking
the north side ocean, near
beaches, $28,000 neg.
535-8485.
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2.2 ACRES
PRIME COMMERCIAL LAND
w/300+ ft on main road
Carmichael & Blue Hill Corner 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,
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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,
80x110. $95,000.
0303 EXUMA: Gorgeous
Beachfront Lot on little Exuma,
18,000sqft with
125ft of white sandy Beach.
$595,000.
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access to schools and Rent $3,500/pm. area, 2 car spaces and a new separate men and women beachfront complex $3500
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ceiling, recessed lighting and scenery through an Open Kitchen with large eating feature upgraded tile imaginable are available at Port enerator, dock and many
sliding French doors & windows architectural .design that .area and family room. Formal throughout and 9 feet ceilings, New Providence included boat Pgerat, dc ad any
w hurricane proof glass leading maximizes panoramic views of living and dining rooms with modern kitchen with new marina, private white sandy upg'ades $7,000
to a private 30-foot balcony. the deep blue sea and lush separate laundry room and appliances, cozy living room beach, tennis court, community Westward Villas R1188-
Web Ref: 10176. Price: green golf course. Villa spans study/bonus room. 2-car and office area. $2100/pm. center, and children's Nicelurn 1/15 cotta ithe
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CABLE BEACH! New accommodate a large or trees, bath unit, ocean views, fully Cam.erdown R1173- Furn
exclusive gated community in growing family as well as Asking Price $550,000. furnished, air conditioning, 3533 Treasure Cove: 3 amoerdn R173- Fuon
the heart of Cable Beach just welcome guests. Moreover, all SHOWN BY APPT ONLY swimming pool and ample Beautifully decorated and enclosed po Great
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with breathtaking views, Other features include a DESIGNS 3505 Prospect Ridge: Lovely with wet bar area, perfect for unfurn. 3/2.5 townhouse in the
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let the tropical landscaping native landscaping. Web Ref: CO conditioning and newt $1,8
envelope you in relaxation and 10074. Price: $4.3M appliances. Washer and dryer, 3532 Dick's Point: Beautifully Skyline Heights R1183-
peace of mind. Choose a lot secure surroundings with appointed 3 bed waterfront unit, Immac. 5/5 lakefront home on
and built the home of your RENTALS -AFFORDABLE HOUSE AND intercom security, electronic furnished and spacious living t e
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phase. Fully refundable $5,000 furnished. Web Ref: 5838. floors throughout, air landscaped lot. Features Dick's Point R2204- Furn.
deposit reserves 1 of 12 Price: $1,500 p/m DUPLEX, 2 BED 1 BATH conditioning units and balcony include: a fully equipped Oceanfront 3/3.5 townhouse in
properties. Amenities include $155,000 off the bedroom. kitchen with sitting area, a a etern co i
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ceilings, two-car garage, & nearby access to exciting $185,000.00 swimming pool, and storage Treasure Cove R1180-
washer/dryer and central air. activities. Modern 1bd/1bt 3500 Sea Beach Estates: Fully shed. $3700/pm. Spacious, urn. 5/3 with pool in
Web Ref: 10061. Price: condo features living room with IN SUCH AREAS: furnished and spacious 2 bed a ated, oceanfront om ity
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GAMBIER HEIGHTS! 3bd/3bt swimming pool. Web Ref. -SOUTH BEACH, conditioning, washer and dryer ideal for a professional office, Old Fort Ba R1154
hilltop home delivers 3,000 SF 9783. Price: $1,500 p/m -CORAL VISTA on premises, and security bars. tile and wood floors, A/C, 3 Imaculate 5/4 ur Home on
of contemporary style inside CABLE BEACH! Charming -KOOLACRES Water included in rent offices, 2 bathrooms, caa with 1/1 guest cottage
gated community. Open-plan 3bd/3bt townhouse with central -PRINCE CHARLES AND $1200/pm. kitchenette and reception area. anl t 1 9 gut c ge
kitchen supports grand-scale air, open kitchen with breakfast MANY MORE Ample parking and 300 sq. ft. and pool. $19,000
entertaining, while expansive bar and vaulted wood beam 3502 Little Blair: 1 bed, 1 bath storage room at rear. aves Point R2153- Furn
covered terrace delivers ceilings. Offered furnished. COME IN TODAY AND LET apartment unit, fully furnished $3500/pm. 3/3. cdo with am n
breathtaking views. Amenities Web Ref: 6798. Price: $1,500 US MAKE YOUR DREAM with tile floors throughout and views! 5,000
include 9,000SF parcel, home P/m A REALITY. laundry facilities. $850.00/pm. 3589 Twynam Ave: Well kept vws
office, wooden ceilings & tile SANDYPORT: Canal front TEL 323-0546, 326-5468 and furnished 3 bed, 2 bath unit Skyli Lake R2142- Furn
floors. lbd/lbt guesthouse with 4bd/3.5bt detached home with Eve 323-2666. CALL ERA Dupuch with ceramic tile, new 2 aend 3/.5 townhouses in
kitchen & living area lots of extras and a large open CALL RealEstate washer/dryer, fully equipped S tainato$,
accommodates guests or floor plan located in exclusive SOUTH'BEACH RealEstate washer dryer, fu and ippr e e
SOUTHTel:kitchen, a patio and air thewest. Starting at $2,000
renters. Web Ref. 9633. Price: gated community with 24-hr FOR SALE BY OWNER. (242)39-1 conditioning. $2300/pm. Old Fort Ba R111/3 1/2
$546,000 security, pools, beach and Spacious 2-bed, 1-bath (242) 394-1494 ALL ERA Dupuch h $000
restaurants. Offered fully Duplex 60x110. Fax: (242) 394-1453 RealEstateurn ome on cana 15,
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd. furnished. Web Ref: 7842. 8 years old, well kept. info@eradupuch.com Tel: (242) 393-1811 or F rental listings call
Ph: 242-393-8618 Prce: $6,000 p/m Enclosed yard with hurricane www.erabahamas.com (242) 394-1494 Paradise Real state 325-3000
wwwbahaasrealty. Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd. shutter. Asking $165,000. Fax: (242) 394-1453 Or visit
www.bahamasrealiy. Ph: 242-393-8618 Tel 392-8390/457-3739(Cell) info@eradupuch.com www.paradisebahamas.com


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BUSINESS
FOR SALE
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
LANDSCAPING BUSINESS
FOR SALE
Customers, tools, all
equipment, truck, workers, 500
flower plants.
436-6851 (Cell)
323-7859(Office)

OWNER RELOCATING
CLOTHING STORE
FOR SALE
Men Urban Wear and
Ladies Clothing
EXCELLENT LOCATION..
GREAT INVESTMENT.
TEL: 364-0085, 525-2193.

F OR RENT
BOARDING HOUSE,
WALKING DISTANCE
FOR STUDENTS
Situated at Charlotte Ridge,
Boyd Subdivision, consisting of
4 bedrooms, 2 bath, fully
furnished inclusive of water,
and light, amenities are Internet
ready, and property fully
enclosed. Ideal for college
students, law students, and
professionals. Interested
persons, please contact 557-
2147, 322-3885, 502-3869.
BRAND NEW EXECUTIVE
APARTMENT FOR RENT
CORAL VISTA, CORAL
HARBOUR. 2-BED, 2-BATHS,
WASHER, DRYER, FRIDGE,
STOVE, WATER INCLUDED.
$1,200 PER MONTH. TEL 422-
3486, 392-0473.
CABLE BEACH spacious 2
bed, 2 bath Townhouse
apartment. Tastefully furnished,
semi-private pool, own washer
to dryer. Short walk to
shops/beach. Move-in ready.
$1,650/mth. Tel 327-8881.
Serious inquiries only.
BRAND NEW 1-BED
COTTAGE, CENTRAL AIR,
PHONE, CABLE, WATER.
DOMINGO HEIGHTS WEST,
$650 PER MONTH, 1ST,
LAST AND $500 SECURITY.
CALL RATES 394-8506.

CABLE BEACH, EFFICIENCY
AT, CABLE, WATER & LIGHT
INCLUDED. $SO0IPM.
PH 327-6430.
CABLE BEACH: Fully
furnished, 3 bed, 3 bath, A/C,
tel, washer/dryer, near beach &
shops. Quiet area. Phone 327-
2138. $3,300 per month.

MARRIED- CHRISTIAN
COUPLE, new 2 bed, 1 .bath
Apt alarm sys, no kids & pets,
$675/pm. Unfurnished. Soldier
Road West. 394-1441.
FURN EFFICIENCY, $500 PER
MONTH. 392-4859.
CORAL HARBOUR,
SPACIOUS, FURNISHED
2 BED, 2 1/2 BATH
TOWNHOUSE W/MASTER
SUITE & BALCONY W/OCEAN
VIEWS. $1600/MTH, 1ST,
LAST & SEC DEP. 393-2758,
654-6613.


322-1986


I Y I Y 9


SFOR RENT

DUPLEX #2- I-BED, I-BATH
FRONT ROOM, SMALL
UTILITY ROOM, KITCHEN,
LIGHT & WATER INCLUDED.
YELLOW ELDER. $650/MTH,
FIRST & LAST MONTH RENT,
SEC DEP. $600. 361-5782.
EASTERN AREA
1 & 2 bedrooms, unfurnished
Apts. Telephone, cable
available. $500 & $600 per
month. Contact 324-4262.
EFFICIENCY. APT $480 per
mth, semi furn. only $600
required to move in.
Water/private & fenced. Good
deal. Located Bernard Rd.
Good deal. Tel 324-6964
evenings to see. --
EFFICIENCY APT. 1-bedroom
seri-furnished Light & water
included. $575 per month, Frist
& last month required, sec dep
$400. Phone 341-7581.
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
Shirlea. A/C, light, water &
cable included. $500 per
month. No kids, no pets.
Single male or female.
Ph 323-3092.
EFFICIENCY OFF CHARLES
SAUNDER HIGHWAY, $140
PER WEEK. $480 TO MOVE
IN. EVERYTHING INCLUDED.
TEL 394-5093.
EFFICIENCY, light, water &
cable 1st, last and sec
deposit, $200. $450 per month.
Tel 356-2254.
ENCLOSED & SAFE
1 Efficiency, semi furnished,
include: light, water and cable
$450 per month, 1st and last +
$200 security dep
ONE BED SPACIOUS apt
semi-furnished, light, water and
cable included. $550, 1st, last.
and $400 sec dep .
No kids, no pets. 364-8082,
557-0457.
FULLY FURN'ED BACHELOR
apartment. Available.
St Andrews.
Only asking $550 per month.
Call 426-5574.
FULLY FURN'ED EFFIC APT,
Sandilands Village Rd, off Fox
Hill Rd, water included, phone,
cable ready, A/C unit. Ceiling
fans, sec bars, no kids. ouiet
area. First, last and sc dep. Call
364-3555. Must see to
appreciate.
MARRIED CHRISTIAN
COUPLE, new 2 bed, 1 bath
Apt alarm system., no kids &
pets. $675 per month.
Unfurnished. 39-1441. Soldier
Road East.
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT
INCLUDES ELEC. & WATER,
$125/WK, GRANTS TOWN.
525-9056.
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.


FOR RENT

FURNISHED ROOM WITH
BATH IN PRIVATE HOME.
LIGHT, WATER AND CABLE
INCLUDED. $135 PER WEEK.
393-6102.





I IGHTBOURN REAI.lY
Rentals
TREASURE COVE. 3 bed, 2
bath newly renovated home.
Screened. porch, furnished,
stainless steel appliances.
$3,200 month.
NEW! Blair Estates -
Spacious 3 bed, 2.5 bath
executive home with large pool,
well landscaped, generator
$3,600.00 month
NEWI St. Andrews Dr. Fully
furnished 2 bed, 1.5 bath, 900
sq. ft. townhouse w/. pool
$1,350.00 month
NEW! Commercial Village
Rd. 800 sq. ft. office / shop
space $1,500.00 month
Cable Beach 3 bed, 3 bath
home w/ office, beautifully
landscaped with pool. Asking
$3500 per month
Blair Estates 2 bed 2 bath
apartment w/ own yard space,
laundry $1500 per month.
Tel: 393-8630 Fax: 393-8638
KOOL ACRES: 2 beds, 1 bath
apartment, fridge, stove, ceiling
fans, burglar bars, A/C wall
units and water included. First
and last month rent and sec
dep req. $750/pm, $500 sec
dep. Call 364-8231 after 6pm,
LARGE 2-bed & spacious 1-
bed, Apt.with A/C, minutes from
Mt Tabor, separate liv, din, &
kitchen. $650 per month &
$575 per month. Respectively
Avail March 1, 06. 341-8843,
341-4360 Water included:
LARGE HOT DOG STAND
FOR RENT
$75 WEEKLY.
CALL 427-9983; 361-2652.
LOVE BEACH OCEANFRONT
24-hrs security. 3 bedroom, 2
bath, fully furnished.
Call 327-5057, 10am-4pm.
FULLY FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY light, water and
cable included. South Beach.
Tel 392-2948
CAREFREE CONOS, Cable
Beach. Newly renovated 2 bed,
2 bath beach front unit. Fully
furnished, pool, laundry
facilities, brand new appliances.
Water & cable included.
$2,200/pm. Call 302-3910 days
or 364-4895 even.
FURNISHED APARTMENT
with two bedrooms, one
bathroom, living & dining
rooms, air conditioned, ceiling
fans and security screen.
Located West Bay Street, Call
324-2576 anytime.


SFOR RENT
MARSHALL ROAD, SOUTH
BEACH, west ol 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.

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.
MONTAGU VILLAS APT, 2
bedroom, 1 bath, air
conditioned bedrooms;, fully
furnished 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
furnished, 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.
Serious inquiries only!
NEW 2-BED, 1-BATH APT
FAITH GARDEN. Central A/C,
fridge, stove, stack washer/
dryer, ceiling fans burglar bars,
water, cable & phone ready.
$800 per month, first, last &
5$600 deposit. Tel 361-5646
NEW 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APTFor rent Gamble Heights
(South Beach) A/C, security
bars, water, $650 per month,
first and last month rent plus
security deposit, couples only,
2 children min, no pets. Phone
361-4035. Serious inquiries
only
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
IN PALMDALE, $450/MTH,
CALL 356-0545.
NEW UNFURNISHED 2 bed, 1
bath; $650 per month, 1st &
last month rent, sec dep $600 -
Living room furnised, air
condition, ideal for sharing -
Starlight Estate off Bacardi Rd.
Phone 362-0860 leave
message..
OFF MARKET ST 2 bed, 1.5
bath $550/pm. $400 sec.
Quiet. Phone 328-1744.


FOR RENT
NEWLY BUILT 1-bae apl wdin
air condo. and water include
cable & phone ready asking
$550 per month, sec dep $300
Contact Mr & Mrs Saunders @
395-0767, 323-5191 341-0494.
after 7pm.
NEWLY BUILT 2 bedroom apt,
A/C, fans, tiles throughout,
fenced-in, sec screens, water
included. Lazaretto Road. $700
per month, plus security.
341-6522.
NEWLY BUILT APT 2
bedroom, 1 bath, A/C and
water included. First/last and
sec. $650/pm. Ph 557-3211, or
558-1552.
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).
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.
OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD.
BRAND NEW 2 bedroom Apt
with burglar bars, water
included. $700 per month. First
& last month and $500 sec dep.
Phone 362-2903.
OFF HANNA ROAD, 2 bed, 1
bath apartment. Gated, alarm
system, central air, ceiling fans,
stove, fridge and water
included. First and last month
rent and sec dep required
$800/pm. Call 424-0006 day
time, 364-777 after 6pm. Must
se to appreciate.
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.
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
NEW FURN cottage Nassau
Village with kitchen &
bathroom, includes aluminum
b/screens, water, light, cable &
phone 393-4474/pm.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
$100 A WEEK LIGHT, WATER
INCLUDED. VERY NICE FOR
SMALL BUSINESS.
TEL 326-6352.


SFOR RENT
OFFICE SPACE prime
location, internet ready, cable
connection receptionist,
suitable for professional or
business, fully furnished.
Utilities included. $875 per
month. Tel 326-5501, 565-1558
ask for Jonathan Mitchell.
ON PRIVATE ESTATE IN
GATED COMMUNITY, ONE
BEDROOM APARTMENT,
WELL DECORATED AND
MAINTAINED, BEC, CABLE,
GAS, WATER AND LAUNDRY
INCLUDED, $850 PER
MONTH, 557-4845.
ONE 1-BED APARTMENT,
A/C, WATER INCLUDED.
PHONE 323-8207, 392-5264.
ONE BED APARTMENT for
rent, semi-furnished light, water
& cable included, $575 per
month, first & last $300 sec
deposit.
Tel 427-9806, or 535-5645.
ONE BED APARTMENT, fully
furnished on Paradise Island.
Call 327-3558, or 327-3651.
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.
ONE BEDROOM
EFFICIENCY, Star Estates Out
East, equipped w/central air,
fridge, stove, microwave and
water included. $575/pm, first,
last and $200 sec required.
Serious inquiries only please
call 364-0508.
ONE BEDROOM furnished Apt
Pyfrom Rd, off Mackey St, A/C
burglar bars spacious/well-kept.
Large end grounds. $580/pm,
$300 sec dep. No pets. 394-
0967/436-9097.
ONE BEDROOM SEMI-
FURNISHED APT, in Western
District, near Travellers Rest.
Two minute walk to beach.
Asking $1,000, including all
utilities. Contact Mr Stuart
324-7188, or 327-7177.
OUT WEST 1-bed furn Apt
A/C, s/screen, laundry, cable &
water included., $800/mth.
Phone 327-0920, 359-2241.
OUT WEST 1 bed, 1 bath,
fully furnished 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.
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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FOR RENT

OUT WEST Townhouses,
very large 3 bed, 3 1/2 bath,
completely furnished, 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 furn. 363-0373 day,
427-0154(Cell).









PILOT HOUSE CONDO
EAST BAY ST,
OPP POOP DECK
One bedroom completely
furnished, water included, TV,
microwave & dishwasher,
swimming pool GYM and 24
hour sec. Phone Donald
Russell at 393-2259.
QUAINT 1 bedroom unfurn. 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. To inquire. Tel
324-7039 between 9am and
5pm.
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.
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.
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

BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS -
Studio Apts St Albans Dr. $185
p/week, Included, water, phone,
cable. Pay 1st and last week +
$250 sec dep total $620 to
move in. 3 persons max. Call
Errol Petty 422-4489/325-1408
or 325-4824.


FOR RENT

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.
WINTON HEIGHTS 2 BED, 1
1/2 BATH, fully furnished (incl
dishes, etc) Townhouse (end
Unit) opposite beach. Sec bars,
A/C, cable ready. $1350/pm.
Available 1 February. Also ask
about short-term rental. Call
364-4837.
WINTON HIGHWAY: 2 storey
house for rent, partially
furnished, 3 bedrooms, 3 ?
baths, pool, poolhouse with
bathroom and shower, security
screens, ocean view, air-
conditioned in an enclosed
yard. $3,000.00 p/m
Telephone: 364-6645
2-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APT CHIPPINGHAM AREA.
WILL' BE AVAILABLE..
$600/MONTH + $400
SECURITY DEP.
PHONE 356-4081
MON- FRI, 9AM-5PM.
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.
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, : aihi
condition one bedroom
apartment for rent. London Ave,
Millers Heights Subdivision.
Water included. $550/pm. Tel
341-2709.
SHOP SPACE FOR RENT
ON CARMICHAEL ROAD -
OPP BAMBOO SHACK,' ;
$700 PER MONTH.
WATER INCLUDED.
TEL 364-7210, 477-0190.
SHOP/OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT on Prince Charles
Drive. water included Ideal for
Nail Technician Booths, Travel
Agency, Pharmacy, Barber
Shop. etc. 324-7141.
BAYVIEW HOTEL RESORT,
OUT ISLAND LOOKING FOR
HANDYMAN/GARDENER, $80
PE WEEK PLUS ROOM.
call 1-242-344-3205 after 6pm.
TWO 1-BED, 1-BATH APT,
water included. Levell Street
near St Albans Drive. Ideal for
expatriate. Phone 422-5175.
BEDROOM APT CARIB RD
furnshed and A/C weekly or
monthly. $600 per month Adults
only.
Phone 393-9336, 9am-5pm.

TWO -BEDROOM 1 1/2 BATH
TOWNHOUSES YORKSHIRE
ST. CABLE BEACH.
TEL 328-1811.


FOR RENT

TWYNAM near beach attractive
1200 sq ft, 1-bed, 2-bath
apartment,. semi furnished,
fridge, stove, washer, on large
private property, very nice,
$850 /pm. Tel 423-1725.
WESTWARD VILLAS/CABLE
BEACH, quiet & secluded
location, ex-large 1 bedroom
furnished Apt, $750/pm. Call
327-0961.
SANDYPORT EFFICIENCY
UNIT FOR RENT, 1 WEEK
ONLY (FEB11 -18). FOR
$1,000.
PLEASE CALL 535-5338.
SEA BEACH ESTATE- 2 bed,
2 bath, fully furnished Apt, 5
minutes from beach,
$1,700/pm. Contact 327-2728
after 5:30pm.
SEA BREEZE are 2 bed, 1
bath, central air, sec bars,
water. First $700, last, sec
dep $400. Phone 324-7376,
322-8473, 364-3132.
SKYLINE DRIVE AREA TO
RENT in a prestigious
neighbourhood a 2 bedroom
cottage and a 3 bed luxury
apartment. Tel 327-8866.
SPACIOUS 2-BEDROOM APT
Incl: Waer, blinds, fridge, stove,
wAshing machine, sec bars, &
bedroom set. $900/pm. Ph 327-
6899.
SPACIOUS one bed Apt Faith
Gardens. Completely tiled,
laundry closet, separate living,
dining & kitchen.
Tel 341-8843, 361-1359.
YELLOW ELDER. 3
JEDROCOM. 1 BATH HOUSE
580n FrM WATER INCLUDED
-93-598. 36413905
PRIME SHOP OR OFFICE
SPACE lor r.enl JIr.me Ave
'North.W3ier inrludel 394-
6823or 39-4801
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, i
bath, Garden Hills Estate #1.
$850 monthly. Call Nicola, 392-
0942, Cell 423-6166.
1-BEDROOM semi-furn,
refrigerator & stove, water &
light included. 361-1374.
SANDYPORT EFFICIENCY
UNIT FOR RENT. $1,000/MTH
PLEASE CALL -535-5338.
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.


FOR RENT

1 FURNISHED ROOM FOR
RENT. PLEASE DO NOT
BRING ANY OTHER
FURNITURE IN ROOM, ONE
SINGLE BACHELOR ONLY.
NO KIDS. NO PETS. OFF
EAST ST ON CROOKED
ISLAND ST JUST ACROSS
FROM A CONVENIENT
STORE QUIET CLEAN
.ENCLOSED YARD. 2 BLOCK
FROM BUS STOP. CEILING
FAN IN ALL ROOMS,
BEDROOM, FRONT ROOM
AND KITCHEN NEWLY
RENOVATED. ALL UTILITIES
INCLUDED. LIGTH HOT /
COLD WATER, PHONE,
CABLE. $500 TO MOVE IN.
WEEKLY ONLY. CALL MS
KEMP BETWEEN 9AM AND
6PM.
1-BED FURNISHED APT, light,
water & cable included.
$550.00 per month, Fox Hill
South. Phone 324-3113.

BACARDI ROAD 2 bed, 1
bath, burglar bars, water and
electricity included, $650pm.
Tel 362-1021.
1-BEDROOM APT,Adderley
Street off Bernard Road. $500
per month, water included, 1st
and last month plus a $300 sec
dep required. Phone 364-3224,
Mary.
4-BEDROOM HOUSE, water
included. $1,000 per month. Tel
364-2795 after 3pm 3:30pm.

Faith Gardens
Like new, 3-bed/2bath house,
tile throughout, a/c in each
room. burglar bars, hurricane
nujners. airport, large
Dackyar3, 3/4.. fenced-in,
Appraised ;@ '$180,000.00,
Asking $170,000.00 o.n.o.
Coniaci 32328 3
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Stapledon Gardens
Fridge, stove, water, end yard
b/bars.'$750. Phone 328-2231.
1-BEDROOM APT in
Camperdown, elec. & water
included. $1,000/pm, first and
last months rent. 324-5618.
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
COZY, ONE-BED APT
attached to private residence.
Sans Souci area. Fully
furnished. Move right in $750
per month including light, water,
gas and cable. Private
entrance. First/last/sec. Dep
$200. Call 324-3205, 359-2721.


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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
1 Bedroom Apt, security bars,
semi furnished, private yard,
central air, water included.
$600 per month. Joan's
Heights, Ph. 341-7244 e-mail:
smpte24@hotmail.com
7-ROOM SPLIT LEVEL
dwelling home for rent. Dew
Garden Subdivision (Southern
District). Air cond in master
bedroom, ceiling fans in all'
rooms, washer & dryer, sec
bars, cable, internet and
telephone available. Fenced in
yard and water included
monthly payment $875. First
and last months rent sec depo,
$500. Tel 427-1567 after 4pm.
A COURSE IN MEDITATION
DISCOVER A WAY TO
IMPROVE YOUR LIFE
Experience Greater Peace of
Mind, Better Health.
Enroll now, limited space
Course starting February 28,
2006 at 7pm. Fee $60.
Material included Box N4182,
E-mail:
bahmetsol@hotmail.com,
c/o phone 393-0279.
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
BEAUTIFUL 2-bed, 1-bath Apt
ON SOLDIER RD WITH
SCREENED IN PAITO, A/C,
WASHER, FRIDGE, STOVE,
$750/M PLUS 1ST, LAST,
$600 SEC.
TEL 394-8568. 436-8159.
SPACIOUS 2 bed/2 bath with
central air. $850/pm includes
water. Carmichael Road West.
First, last & $400 sec.
361-3042, 457-4512.
2 1-BEDROOM APTS, A/C,
WATER INCLUDED. $500/PM
TEL 544-2985.
1-BEDROOM, APT, SEMI
FURNISHED. FRIDGE,
STOVE, A/C, WATER.
FIRE TRAIL ROAD EAST.
FIRST AND LAST + SEC DEP
$650.00.
341-7918, OR 434-5070.
2-BED APT UNFURNISHED
WATER INCLUDED.
1ST & LAST, $625/PM
SEC DEP $400. NO PET.
JOAN'S HEIGHTS WEST.
PH: 361-7373.


IFOR RENT

1-BEDRPM APT Partly
furnished. Main Faith Ave
South All
utilities/llight/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 NEWLY BUILT APT 2 bed,
1 bath, sec bars, sec gates.
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/Furnished 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, FRIDGE,
STOVE, WASHER, DRYER,
CENTRAL A/C, WATER
INCLUDED. $800 PER MONTH.
557-9125.
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.
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, 1 1/2-BATH
Townhouse for rent, $1,300
per month. Central A/C &
ocean view balconies Prince
UCh,,as Die. First & Last
months rent & $600 sec
depo.Tel 324-5897.
2-BEDROOM, 2 1/2 BATH
CONDO. Central air, fully furn.
Sea Beach Estates. $1800 per
mnht. Call 328-3521 after 7pm.
2-CONDOS semi-furnished,
central A/C & water included.
Leeward East. Call 392-6628 or
364-8664 after 7pm.
3 BED, 2 1/2 BATH APT off
Sea Breeze Lane.
Water included. 357-9818.
3-BED, 2-BATH HOME.
Bamboo Town, South Beach,
$1,050 per month. 1st, last &
$500 dep. Water included.
427-1108
PROPERTY FOR LEASE FOX
HILL RD, 50X200. 364-4961.






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SFOR RENT WANTS HELP WANTED I HELP WANTED I HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
#58 MONTROSE AVE onom TO SHARE A CRUISE SHIP JOBS MANAGER NEEDED HEAD CHEF NURSES AND NURSE AIDES
of Sears Hill) 1,20 s AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY (FOR NEW PRODUCTION ABACO RESTAURANT needed for nome care nursing.
of Sears Hi) 1200 sq ft, HOUSEMATELY to s cook utility Messman LINE CABINET FACTORY) Contact 544-2957 or send mail
parking available. Suitable for Professional male looking quiet Galley Cleaner We seek the employment of a to : PO Box 51432, Nassau.
office, show room; retail and serious minded to share a Potwasher QUALIFICATIONS: suitably qualified person to
boutique; specialty outlet; two bedroom flat in Stapedon Bar boy/bar utility -CABINET MAKING SKILLS manbe the kitchen at our SCUBAINSTRUCTOR:
and/or workout gym. Available Gardens. $400 includes light Deckattendant NOT NECESSARY BUT wateont resort restaurant in Abco dive operation seeking
Mach 1, 2006 To view please and water, washer and dryer. cabin stewardess WOULD BE A PLUS. Marsh Harbour full time SCUBA instructor.
call 325-4465, or 357-9274. Internet available. Assistant Cabin Stward/ess -A SECONDARY DEGREE Experience/captain's license
1-BED, 1-BATH SHIRLEA, Call 556-9591/328-8311. Bell staff WITH GOOD WRITING The successful applicant will preferred. PADI/NAUI
Furnished, A/C, water and gas ROOM MATE WANTED Cleaner/Pool attendant SKILLS MOTIVATED TO have experience in all aspects certification(s) required.
incl. $650/mth. 393-5845. URGENTLY to share two laundry man ASPIRE TO A HIGHER of kitchen management and will Fax: 801-760-8127.
bedroom apt. Must be Engine utility man LEVEL OF MANAGEMENT. be able to: create and maintain SECURITY OFFICERS (21-50)
1-BEDROOM APT fully Christian and love kids. $120 Oiler -GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF an exciting menu in line with needed for ALL shifts.
furnished, A/C, elec & water. per week, sec/dep $150 Wiper CARPENTRY AND TOOLS. the owners vision cook Excellent pay.
Soldier Road, $550 pm. No Please call 456-5884 and leave Painter STRONG Bahamian, Asian and Call 323-7863 for details.
children, no pets. Tel 357-8106. message. Aft: Ms Forbes Call us now for more info a MANAGEMENT SKILLS. Mediterranean cuisine
SPACIOUS -be t tilities/cable included. Tel 356-8806 or visit us at COMPUTER SKILLS IN maintain the highest level of SERVING PROFESSIONAL is
SPACIOUS 1-bed Apt Coral Rubins building, 2nd Floor EXCEL, WORD, AND quality at all times and demand required by Struckum Pest
Harbour, stove, washer/dryer, George Street. (1st corner OUTLOOK. -GOOD the same of all his/her staff Control Ltd. No experience
central A/C, security bars, H 'LP WANTED acres the straw market, COMMUNICATION, assume full management of all necessary, will train. Collect
blinds, $700.00 per month, 1st, Nassau, Bahamas. LEADERSHIP, AND PEOPLE kitchen staff including hiring, applications on Wednesdays, &
last $400 sec deposit. A LOCAL BASED I MANAGEMENT SKILLS training and scheduling order Thursdays only. Tel 327-6464,
454-1727. NVESTMENT COMPANY ELITE MESSENGER food product as required and 10am to 2pm only. Excellent
is seeking to employ a full time SERVICES JOB OPENING RESPONSIBILITIES: manage all menu related interpersonal skills required.
TROPICAL MEADOWS, OFF Accountant. This individual 1 Male For Messenger. Own DAILY SCHEDULES OF inventory.TWO () HN
FAITH AVE, 2 bed, 1 bath, must possess the following transportation, but not a must. EMPLOYEES, DAY END TWO (2) HANDYMEN needed
washer & dryer, air cond qualifications. CPA or polices record., photo. Call 326- REPORTS, MONTHLY Salary Package: negotiable weed a- clean.
rooms, sec windows and doors Chartered Accountant; 6352 for an interview. REVIEWS OF EMPLOYEES & depending on experience1-1775
$700. water included. knowledge of securities; must PRODUCTION, INVENTORY URGENTLY NEEDED
Ph 341-4548/424-0173. -be able to work on his/her own ESCORTS AND DANCERS MRODUCTION, INVENTORY f a NAL TE NIN
initiative; work independently; AlI Types. MANAGEMENT, ORDERING Please forward applications NAIL TECHNICIAN
Apartment for Rent: accurately; must be ambitious Email contacts, face and body MATERIALS, SIMPLE REPAIR and resumes by e-mail to (CHRISTIAN) TO DO
AND MAINTENANCE TO HYPERLINK NAIL ART.
Quiet Location Sea Breeze & highly motivated. Please fax photos to MACHINERY,, AND "mailto:curlvtails@batelnet." Basic Salary and Commission.
Estates. Spacious 2 bed 1 resumes to: 327-8889. YZRQ001@Yahoo.com. OVERSEEING LARGE curvtails@batelnet.bs PHONE 328-1250.
Includes: Central Air, Security ABLE DELIVERY MAN for EXPERIENCED COOK need REPAIRS or by fax to (242) 367 4664 WANT TO BECOME a art of
Includes: Centra lAir, Se curity ABLE DELIVERY MAN tion & for Ristorante Villaggio. Serious WANT TO BECOME a part of
Alarm Water, and BasicCable, newspaper circulation & mier r persons only' need BENEFITS: HONEST, TRUSTWORTHY, our construction apprenticeship
Call-477-6182 for details errands. Needs own transport, apply. Resume & references ATTRACTIVE SALARY, MIDDLEAGEDFEMALE, program we have customers
reliable, good record keeping. apply. Resume & references ATTRACTIVE SALARY, MIDDLE AGED FEMALE, program we have customers
SPACIOUS 2 bedroom $350 wk+ bonus d ping required. Call 327-0962 or 5. BONUSES, GAS & CELLULAR TO SELL PHONE CARDS; that call us just to build
SSPACIOUS 2 bedroom $35 k + bonus PHONE ALLOWANCES $110.00/WK SALAY foundations, block-up, construct
unfurnished, single female Tel 322-3724. EXPERIENCED electricians HEALTH BENEFITS (TO START roofs, etc. Piece work only take
Christian only. $400 per month, BEAUTICIANS Nail Techs and needed. Phone 361-6554. CALL 380-2575, 9-5PM ONLY. days you can learn how to
first and last months, $250construct from the ground up.
security deposit, All utilities Natural hair stylist needed in a FLORIST NEEDEDRRESU O: HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED to constrc fm he round up
included plus washing fac. newly opened salon in the A Florist is needed for growing "mailto:kccbah@hotmail.com" wae5 days Wanted PADI Divemastr or
Soldiers Rd,Glendale Subd. South Beach Shopping Plaza flower store, 394-8372, 2 mailto:kccbah @hotmai l.com Rescue Diver to work for small
kccbah^hotmail^com h *rper Week. Tel 341-4659 Wanted PADDveaser or
Contact Annette at 394-1513. Must be clean and versatile references required. FAX: 3944159 HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED. out island dive company. Only
serious inquiries only booth FAX: 394-4159 HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED. out islandive company. Only
UNFURNISHED ROOM rents are $110 per week. HANDYMAN needed. $150 per TEL 323-8707. drug free Bahamian applicants
FOR RENT Contact Debbie @ 525-8535, week. el 394-1689. MATURE LADY (over 40yrs) to UVE-IN MAIDneeded need apply. Accommodations
Single female only. 454-7594,392-1509 fill vacancy of live-in LIVE-IN MAID needed.)
Single female only. 454-7594,392-1509 HANDYMAN needed. $150 per Housekeeper/babysiter in the Tel 636-2396. provided. Send resume
$375/mth, first & last months, Housekeeper/babysitter in the to diveguana@yahoo.com or
$250 security deposit HANDYWOMEN NEEDED. week. Tel 394-1689. Eastern District of New PEARL ISLAND NASSAU IS FAX 242 365 5121
All utilities and wash fac Apply Box GT-2212, Nassau. CASHIERS AND PUMP Providence. Must be HIRING
included.Soldier Rd. ATTENDANTS responsible, reliable and SNORKEL GUIDES WANTED YOUNG person with
Tel 394-1513(H), 328-415(W). HANDYMANGARDENER needed at Shell Service Station honest. Please call 364-1734, STINGRAY GUIDES boating experience and good
needed, 5 days per week. Harold Rd & Sir Milo Butler after pm. References BEACH/HANDMAN swimming ability to train to work
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Call 322-1282/4. Highway. Come in and necessary. CASHIER as crew on dive boat. Only
A SPACIOUS CHARTERED QUANTITY complete form. No phone calls INTERVIEW AT BAY SHORE drug free Bahamian applicants
1-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED SURVEYOR, Associate please. NASSAU HOTTEST NIGHT MARINA. TUESDAY, FRIDAY, need apply. Accommodations
APARTMENT IN QUIET AREA Member Of The Royal CLUB is looking for a vibrant, AND SATURDAY, 7AM OR provided.
OFF GARDEN HILLS #3. Institution Of Chartered PERSONAL HOME energetic, office assistant for a FAX RESUME, 324-7540. Send resume to
$500 P.M. HAS BURGULAR Surveyors or equivalent ASSISTANT day to day operations of a dive uana@yahoo.com, or
SCREENS AND SECURITY professional qualification. Applicant must have valid nightclub. he person should POSITION AVAILABLE FAX 242 365 5121
LIGHT. WATER AND ELEC Should have at least five years driver's license, own be well organized and ACCOUNTS/BILLING CLERK
L TE E Should haveatleastfiveears transportation. Applicant must iMEDICAL COMPANY seeking WANTED:
INCLUDED. TELEPHONE AND post qualification experience transportation. Applicant must marketing is a plus. Send MEDICAL COMPANY seeking WANTED:
CABLE ALREADY and be competent in all aspects be able to travel, female resumes to: individual for the post of 1 Hair Stylist
INSTALLED. QUIET of both pre and post contract between 35-55, home/child jobs@clubfluidbahamas.com. Accounts/Billing Clerk. 1 Nail Technician
CHRISTIAN COUPLE surveying services. Should be care, driving, fulltime position, Customer Service skills and I Esthetician
CPREFERRED. 341-0550. competent with Shouldbe gas allowance & salary. 394- NEEDED IMMEDIATELY a computer skills required. Send Cal 327-3558, or 327-3651.
LEAVE MESSAGE IF software for project costing an eext 22, daytime, 327-5288 professional Barber needed for resume via fax to 242-326-8874
NECESSARY- ALL CALLS site for project costng a evend the Jerome Avenue. Contact or via mail to: PO Box EE- WANTED: 1- LIVE-IN MAID
SNECESSARY ste P e respond wit 544-6793 for further inquiries. 17022, Nassau, Bahamas. and babysitter. Call M Fox,
WILL BE RETURNED. resume to: The personnel DELIVERY DRIVER for Dunkin 361-6206, anytime.
2-BEDROOM FOR RENT Manager, PO Box CB-11948, Donets stores, 4am to 12 pm NEEDED URGENTLY: TROPICAL HOME DESIGNS
YAMACRAW BRENT. Nassau.ACH. noon. Must be ale to operate Secretary that is computer CO LTD WANTED: 2 caring, patient and
AW EAC standard shift, 5:50 per hour. literate, articulate honest (HOUSE & LOT PACKAGES) creative teacher with preschool
TEL 324-5822. Legal Secretary with five reliable, hardworking and seeks energetic, enthusiastic experience to work with special
years experience with the Tel 326-5501. professional and well groomed. Sales Agent to show lots. needs kids. Serious enquiries
WANTS ability to work on their own COMMISSION SALES AGENT Must have resume. Commissioned only. only. Contact Mrs Simms, 326-
TO SHARE Please send Resume. BREARCOM, marketing firm is transportation a plus. Call 323- Must have reliable 5437.
TOSHARE Please send Resume to: looking for Commission Sales 1083/ 393-5980/426-5665. transportation. Benefits to
T S GE IMN P e B commensurate withexperience. WANTED: 1- LIVE-IN MAID
ELDERLY GENTLEMAN Nassau, The Bahamas, cents. The a lea nts myrs 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT 323-0546/326- 5468. and babysitter. Call M Fox,
wants to share apartment with Facsimile 242-393-4910, or have .at least 2 years 361-6206, anytime.
wants to share apartment with Facsimile 242-393-4910, or experience in marketing and Furnished w/ all utilities POSITION AVAILABLE at Max ______
a male. Johnson Road Fox Call 242-394-0043 for an sales, must be an effective Secure yard. Perfect for Conch Bar & Grill in Deadman's NEEDED: A live-in
Hill $100 per week. Utilities appointment. communicator, and must be Single contract teacher. Cay, Long Island for a Housekeeper to care for two
included. Phone 364-5037. PHYSIOTHERAPIST able to work without $650, 1st, last and $500. sec. Waitress/Bartender. Must be kids age 5 and 2. Must be
HOMELESS LADY SEEKING UK trained, 5-yrs experience. supervision. Included benefits Ph. 341-6066 friendly and courteous and able sociable honest and
to li, in a house with a Especially neuro, paediatrics are travel opportunities and 1-BEDROOM FURNISHED. to work some evenings, hardworking. Serious inquiries
Christian lady or family. and mobilization techniques. flexible working hours. Call APT PHONE 392-3210. Interest persons contact Gary only. Contact Debbie @ 525-
Cell 535-0769. Cont:Dr lan Kelly, 326-3810. 394-7092 for an appointment. Ritchie at 1-242-337-0056. 8535, 454-7594, 392-1509.







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HELP WANTED

NEEDED
Nail Technician
Booth Rental on Commission
Tel 328-1906, Mr Royal Plaza
WANTED
MAKE AT LEAST $100 EXTRA
INCOME PER WEEK
PART TIME /FULLTIME
YOU SET YOUR HOURS.
CALL NOW
SPACE IS LIMITED.
326-6292/565-2086
HANDYMAN NEEDED
APPLY BOX EE-15827
MAID EEDED
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HANDYMAN NEEDED
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BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY


BUSINESS
SERVICES
THE DESIGN FACTORY
Do you need help with that
special room or event?
Have you just moved or have
an extraordinary occasion
coming up and you do not know
where to start?
Let us help you help yourself
with Efficient and Affordable
Advice from a Professional
Interior Designer.
Call NOWt 394-7204
thedesignfactorybahamas@gmail.co
m

CARDLESS RECEIVERS
SALES SERVICE
INSTALLATION AND REPAIR.
CALL 325-7280.
VISIONS OF BEAUTY









Is your hair natural and you're
not sure what to do?
Call Tammy, 328-1906
Visions of Beauty,
Mt Royal Plaza
*Twist*Locks-Treatments,
*Facial/Leg Waxing.


BUSINESS
SERVICES


BEES
Get RID of
Stinging Bees.

Call for price. 393-3939
BUILDING MAINTENANCE
REPAIRS & RENOVATIONS
SERVICE
"We can do just about anything,
one call repairs it All."
Call 242-535-7543, 364-5847

BULLS' SECURITY
Need Commercial/Residential
security? Don't worry!
Need a private matter
investigated? Don't worry!!
Leave it to us.
Just call Bulls' @
392-2918, or 424-3465.
CARDELSS RECEIVERS
latest programming dish
installations and alignment. Call
now 525-0927, 393-8096.


V VALENTINE'S DAY V
Singing Telegram
.....Sonia
Tel 364-0122 565-6424.
SEASONAL BATHROOM
DESIGNS
3-pc Bathroom Rug Set
Shower Curtain
Window Curtain or Valance
Tow
Trash Bin set
Floral Design
ALL for $200.00
Contact Mrs Hartnell,
Tel: 502-2350
Cell: 436-3914.
MAKEOVER
AN ENTIRE ROOM
Starting prices
Bath rooms $275.00
(everything included
Larger rooms $2,000
(Interior decorating & fabrics
included)

Designs By: Upif's Creative
Designs 426-8167.
Wesite Site Designs
starting under $600. Church,
Civic and small businesses.
Get your business to the world.
Used Car Sales persons.
Calltoday on 394-7092.
Get logged on today.


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POSITION
WANTED

ATTRACTIVE YOUNG LADY
high school graduate seek
position as waitress, barmaid,
or cashier please call Tia @
322-3396 anytime.
Bahamian Female,
multi skilled, Part Time Worker.
565-1257.
MATURE LADY seeking job as
live-in babysitter or maid. Call
324-7316.
MATURE LADY seeking job as
live-in babysitter or maid. Call
324-7316.
NEED MAID FOR A DAY OR
MORE CALL 327-5670.
LADY seek days or weekly job.
Tel 356-2248.
LADY seeks job as live out
baby-sitter or to take care of
elderly days work on night: Call
326-1918.
LADY seeks job as live-out or
days work Call 325-2822.
LOOKING. FOR A JOB TO
:-CARE FOR THE OLD.
MALE/FEMALE. NIGHT OR
DAY. TEL 325-6070,.
CELL 544-4582.
MATURE LADY seeking job as
live-out babysitter.
Call 323-3479.
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 SECURITY
SERVICE
*PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS
'NEED A JOB FAST, AND
ONE THAT CAN LAST
*CHEUFFEUR, ESCORT
SERVIECS
*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

MATURE LADY, 45 years
seeks job as maid. 394-2103,
326-6628.
SEEKING FEMALE ROOM-
MATE
to share apartment with female
would like for us to be
completable. Phone 324-5842.
YOUNG LADY seeking days or
weekly job'to clean or iron.
Phone 454-7595.


FOR SALE
Refrigerator and stove.
Asking $500 for both.
Call Ms Johnson, 393-4854
before 5pm, or 341-4589 after
5pm..
FOR SALE
T-SHIRT PRINTING MACHINE
$500 ONO. PHONE 324-2193
GARAGE SALE
Baby furniture, household
items, clothing and lots more
502-3664/ 364-8595, 7am
Saturday, 11, 2006.
St Andrew Beach 2nd right
after Budget, 1st left, 2nd right,
1st house on left after 1st
corner on right. (White House.


POSmON
WANTED

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.
SPECIAL LADY looking for a
position Companion for elderly,
part time. Call after 10am or
after 6pm. Cell 535-9145, or
394-3325.
HONEST YOUNG LADY
in need of a job urgently.
Days or weekly.
Please call 535-0769.
HONEST YOUNG LADY seeks
employment will babysit, wash,
iron and cook if needed. Please
contact 341-7100.


TUITION
THE SPANISH CENTRE,
Spanish Fluency Course
For all ages
(including infants to adults).
Call 394-3481.
SEW! CREATIVE SAVE!
SEW CLASSES. 20% OFF.
Limited Seating. 361-4314.



SATURDAY FEB 4,
8AM-12 NOON
TROPICAL GARDENS,
1ST LEFT AFTER
TRAVELLERS REST
FOLLOW SIGNS
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.
1 GLASS 4-SEAT TABLE.
$400.00. TEL 361-6372.
1 SUDDENLY SLIM, 10 day kit,
lose 10 pounds in 10 days!
Only $100. Call 636-9614.
ABOUT 200 LARGE 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 ITEMS FOR SALE
(Almost Brand New)
5" 1 Lorraine Crib (Natural)
$375
4 Drawer Dresser (Natural)
$125
Combo Dresser (Natural) $200
Playpen $125
Rocking Chair $100
Lamp $30
Bedding Set $100
Kick and crawl Playhouse $40
6 Speed Swing $160
Highchair $100
Travel System 4 in 1 car seat
and stroller $125
Motorola Pager $50
Please call Tanya Erdeg at 1-
242-393-8829.
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
FOR SALE
NEW 30" FRIDGE WHITE,
$450
30" GAS STOVE WHITE,
$350
CALL 423-0660.
MODERN STYLE grey Dining
Table Set, six leather chairs,
matching cabinet. $300. Tel
364-2002.
USED PLAYSTATION 2, good
condition, $225 including 2
controls and 1 memory card.
Contact Annette at 326-3276,
or 394-1513.
WIRELESS SECURITY
WATERPROOF INFRA RED
CAMERA $150 NEW.
NIGHT OWL SEE IN THE
DARK MONOCULAR 3X. $250
PHONE 535-5338.

YARD SALE
Mahogany table $300 .
4 Mahogany Chairs $200
2 Plastic Office Table $50 each
1 Office Chair $100
3 Light Post Lantern $100 each
A/C Unity $200
2 Glass Deco Table $100 each
Tel 426-6838, 326-8777.
KODAK 4MP 12X zoom Digital
Camera. New $250.
Insignia 9" LCD DVD Player.
Like new $225.
Phone 535-5338.
ITEMS FOR SALE
Flying Dragon Sword $120
Table w/drawer & shelves $100
Lexmark Print $80
Foreman Grill $25
AB Ripper $10
Ph 326-1606/557-8665.


SMAW Welder
Design Marine/Mechanical
Engineer
CAD Drafter
Rigger
Steel Conduit Fitter
Steel Fitters
Pipe Fitters
Industrial Electricians
Machinist
Plasma Technician
Send resume to: PO Box
F42522, Freeport, Bahamas, or
apply in person: Quality
Services Limited, Queen's
Highway (Near Harbour
Entrance Road; next to The
FOCOL).


CHECK YOUR AD: Read your ad. Any errors must be reported the first Telephone
day of publication. Should the error inhibit response, credit will apply
only to the run date. The Tribune is not Liable for any loss on expense 322.986
'that results from publication.








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I ARTICLES
SFOR SLE
FOR SALE
1 Twin orthopaedic luxury
matters & boxspring plus white
bed-headbard $300
1 White elec stove 30" (Ig)
2/matching exhaust fan/light
$350
1 Queen size Futon w/matching
table, Cherry Oak. $250.00
Phone 327-2616.
FOR SALE
Baby Crib with 5 drawers $400
Sofa $500
Love Seat $250
Queen complete bedroom room
set (beige) $500
Entertainment Center $300
Dresser, Chest & Study Desk
set $250
Call 454-9971 after 6-pm.
(weekdays) and 8am-2pm on
(weekends) for viewing.
COMPUTERS FOR ONLY
Complete system $399.00
CALL (954)394-9236.
COMPUTERS FOR SALE
IBM complete system $499
Used IBM CPU $250
Used Dell CPU $350
Nw HP PDA $275.
Tel 392-1142, 423-0301.
COMPUTER FOR SALE
Tired of your kids getting in
your way? Purchase a
computer. System for only $399
includes monitor, hardrive, etc.
Call (954)394-9236, or e-mail
kevinbrown1914@hotmail.com





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FOR SALE
2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATH
DUPLEX

BEDROOMS, TWO BATH
HOUSE
EIGHT MILE ROCK
$175,000.00 For Both.
Plmme contact 559-5051.




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$1199


P4 with Flat
Panel Monitor


$1199


with Flat Panel
Monitor


No. 7 Wulff Road, next to the Public Workers Co-operative Credit Union


Financing Available



$899-,'
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$999
*$222

StMOTOROLA

$92 $95 -
$149
NOKIA j; ,oo


Sales Dept. 323-3889 / 356-5973
Service Dept. 380-SBTP


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LOTS & ACREAGE

YAMACRAW ROAD Re:,.l-n.l r nj rnt-ITiy .:U 101
Cowr.. Pnanfng 7a.alable Pri. j iarlt at ? .
WESi'WINDS iDupi~ -LL 60 Ax i),:, ':n. frr C0')
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OLD FORT BAY CANALFRONT A CasujJ )et CORAL HARBOUR :Io' I'T c1ii .or'.i I i11 $4501CI
sophi;ticae-d a.-rbence infuses this 4 bedroom 5 I/2 PORT NEw PROVIDENCE Caral'nol I t I I 13 575C0
bath Colonial ..l>yl home Expansi.,e verandahs, lush Li FORD CA' P0ime rc d _rtVl.'l : I'_ . T:_2 O')J
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S '" HIGH VISTA Impeccable
2 bed 2 bath v., tucdb.nuriery.
Refr.ed detail and finires
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RENTALS

.CORAL HER. I c.ed I bed $1 4C0 and 3 be-d 2 b cr $370',.
SANiDYPORT C pper isl-.d It Ib canalfrcm act. .1.0.00
SANDI PORTI -eac Lane ". bed 2 bath apaur-r '-i :: )000
SAND IPORTI k .pper ld ar t. 2.5t;. Jock ip..-: F? i-1o
LI r tLE BLAIR 3b Z5bfaPm.thorr e w.tihpoo, S o500
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PROSPECT RIDGE 3b newnty renrovatl- tov.rl-Tu.e $3 70C
TREASURE COVE F-rrshed 4b 2. horn-e irth pc.' $4.500
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SAN D PORT Il.'C cottage -overnor' Cyi. $5500
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