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Mitchell: Government

responded with diplomatic

initiative and maturity


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
CRITICISM of how the gov-
ernment handled the Cuban den-
tists controversy came from a
non-Bahamian view and did not
originate from a patriotic posi-
tion of "standing up for the coun-
try", Foreign Affairs Minister
Fred Mitchell said yesterday.
The minister said those who
disagreed with the government
took a "view espoused by anoth-
er country".
Mr Mitchell told the House of
Assembly that the decision to
send Marialys Daris Mesa and
David Aquino Gonzalez to
Jamaica, from where they made
their way to the United States,
was the best decision for all
involved.
The decision brought an end
to almost a year of diplomatic
wrangling. The pair were
detained at Carmichael Road
detention centre for 11 months.
Mr Mitchell said that, in weigh-
ing its options, the government
decided to respond with "diplo-
matic initiative and maturity."
This, he said, took them into
discussions with other countries
and representatives of Florida,
among them Congressman
Kendrick Meek.
"The integrity of our country is
intact. All of our international
obligations have been honoured.
Our relationships have been pre-
served with all parties," the min-
ister added.
Mr Mitchell said the sensitivity
and diplomacy of the matter
required months of negotiations
"at the highest levels of govern-
ment."
The two doctors were escorted
out of the Bahamas on Tuesday


morning bound for Jamaica,
where they made their way to
the United States.
As Mr Mitchell reported to the
House, the US Coast Guard
interdicted the two dentists, along
with other Cuban migrants, in
Bahamian waters off Elbow Cay
in April, 2005.
They were then turned over to
the Bahamas in accordance with
the protocols governing relations
with the US on those matters.
"At the time of the handover, it
was pointed out to the US author-
ities that the two individuals
appeared to have the right to
travel to the United States, since
they were in possession of visas
for that country."
However, the pair were handed
over to the Bahamian govern-
ment and detained at the
Carmichael Road facility.
"Once within the jurisdiction
of the Bahamas, certain proce-
dures ensue. These procedures,
as they relate to citizens of Cuba,
are governed by a memorandum
of understanding between the
government of Cuba and the gov-
ernment of the Bahamas, signed
on January 12, 1996, by Janet
Bostwick, my predecessor in
office, and later amended by a
protocol on June 15,1998."
Mr Mitchell explained that the
arrangement was signed to stop
an unregulated flow of migration
to this country by persons wishing
to migrate to the United States.
He said the US had indicated
that there would be repercussions
if Cuban migrants were not
stopped from using the Bahamas
as a way station.
The minister further explained
that the accord between the
SEE page 12


Rubbish mounts up after Straw Market clear-out


I A DEPARTMENT of Public Health initiative has resulted in a clean-up of rubbish from the Straw Market on Bay
Street. Today the area will be sanitised with the entire operation due to be finished this evening.
*SEE PAGE TWO
(Photo: Franklyn G Ferguson)


NHI proposals
'could hit the
current health
care system'
* By RUPERT
MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
THE Bahamas' current
health care system could be
badly hit by the new national
health insurance proposals, it
was claimed yesterday.
The scheme could stifle, or
perhaps even reverse, the
growth of technology and qual-
ity health facilities under pre-
sent arrangements.
The warning came from The
Bahamas Insurance Brokers
Association (BIBA) in their
position paper on the National
Health Insurance proposals.
The country's health care
institutions, it said, are not
ready for a national health
scheme, as proposed by the
government-appointed Blue
Ribbon Commission (BRC).
The BIBA, like their coun-
terparts in the Medical Asso-
SEE page 10


PRIME Minister Perry Christie (left)
and FNM leader Hubert Ingraham
(Photos: Franklyn G Ferguson)

Christie and Ingraham

clash over detainees


M By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
CHAOS erupted in the House
of Assembly yesterday over
whether immigration detainees are
paying to be released from
Carmichael Road detention cen-
tre under the PLP government.
A heated shouting match


occurred between Prime Minister
Perry Christie and opposition
leader Hubert Ingraham after Mr
Christie raised the issue of how
Cuban migrants allegedly walked
out of the centre under the FNM's
watch.
When Mr Christie asked Mr
SEE page 12


Govt consultants

hit out at the

teachers union

N By PAUL G
TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
GOVERNMENT consul-
tants said last night that,
despite their attempts to be
cordial and civil, the Bahamas
Union of Teachers had dis-
played an "unco-operative,
argumentative and disruptive
spirit" in contract meetings.
Consultants Keith Archer
and Frank Carter lashed out
at the union, saying negotia-
tions had come to a screeching
halt.
"The government's side has
made every attempt to be civ-
il, cordial and accommodat-
ing as we have sought to com-
mence negotiations for a new
recognition agreement and an
industrial agreement.
"We are sad to say, and the
record will reflect, that the
SEE page 10


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N THE scene inside the Straw Market yesterday


* A STRAW Market vendor trying to get inside is told by police that it is off limits while the
clean-up is going on


IN an initiative organised by the Department of
Public Health, 40 environmental health officers
started tackling the mess inside the Straw market,
on Tuesday evening, and were joined by 10 pris-
oners from Fox Hill on Wednesday morning.
The plan was to clean aisleways and stalls.
More than 15 truckloads of rubbish were


removed from the premises, and today the area
will be sanitised. The operation is expected to
Sbe finished by this evening. :
Director of Public Health Ron Pinder told The
Tribune that the clean-up was going 'very well",
and added: "Maintenance of our facilities can-
not be viewed as a nuisance"


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o In brief

Difficulty
providing
septic tanks
and wells

PLP minister Shane Gibson
admitted that the government is
finding it difficult to provide
septic tanks and wells to homes
in Grand Bahama.
According to Mr Gibson,:
there are only two companies-
on the island capable of digging
deep wells, and both have a
three to six month backlog of.
contacts.
"Unfortunately because of
the number of homes being.
constructed at such a rapid pace
in Grand Bahama, the compa-
nies are finding it difficult to
accommodate all of the houses
with deep wells as and septic
tanks.
"We have a lot of residents
who are living in unsanitary-
conditions and they requested
that although the houses be 100
per cent completed, for the
most part, they would like tod
start moving in their homes
knowing that the septic tanks'
are on the way," Mr Gibson
explained.
Mr Gibson, who is the for-
mer minister of Housing, made.
the admission in the House or
Assembly while responding to 4
question posed by FNM High"
Rock MP Kenneth Russell. '
Mr Russell had asked when
the homes in Grand Bahama,
which the government turned
over to new owners with a pub-
lic ceremony earlier this week,
would be equipped with septic
tanks and deep wells.
New Housing minister
Neville Wisdom was not pre-
sent at the time, so Mr Gibson
addressed the issue.


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o In brief

Men on

cocaine

charges are

granted bail


By NATARIO McKENZIE

TWO Bahamian men were
granted bail after appearing in
court. in connection with the
alleged discovery of more than
$1 million worth of cocaine.
The offence is alleged to have
occurred in the area of Cat Cay
more than a week ago.
The men 34-year-old
Patrick Bosfield of Winton
Estates and 28-year-old Carlos
Antonio: Rolle of Staniel Cay,
Exuma were initially
arraigned on March 7.
They pleaded not guilty to
charge's pf possession with
intent io supply cocaine, con-
spirac to possess cocaine with
the in ent to supply and con-
spiracy to export the drugs from
the Bahamas.
The men were accused of
being found aboard a luxury
vessel while in the area of Cat
Cay on March 5.
The prosecution made no
objection to bail and the men
were each granted bail in the
sum of $100,000 with two
sureties.
The prosecution alleged that
the men were found in posses-
sion of 62 packages containing
136.4 pounds of cocaine with a
street value of $1,240,000.
The men appeared before
Magistrate Carolita Bethel. The
matter was adjourned to Sep-
tember 13 and 14.'

Man denies

marijuana

possession

charge

A 27-year-old Sumner Steet'
man was arraigned in court yes-
terday on a marijuana posses-
sion charge.
It was alleged that on Mon-
day, March 13 Jhoven Davis
was found in possession of a
quantity of marijuana, which
authorities believed he intended
to supply to another.
Davis, who appeared before
Magistrate Carolita Bethel,
pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The prosecution alleged that
Davis was found in possession
of 40 grams of marijuana.
Davis was granted bail in the
sum of $10,000.
He is being represented by
lawyer Eleizer Regnier.

No one

hurt as car

bursts into

flames

A MAN barely escaped with
his life when his car burst into
flames on Village Road on
Wednesday night.
The four-door sedan ,as
burned beyond recognition as
four-foot flames leapt over the
hood.
The driver said he had
noticed a smell of fuel coming
from the car for two days.
On his way home from work,
he said, he noticed his brakes
no longer worked.
* As he pulled on to the grass
verge near Village Road Shop-
ping Centre, the car's engine
erupted into flames, the man
said.
It is believed a fuel leak
between the engine and gas
tank caused the blaze.
No-one was injured in the
incident.


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risks of LNG are acceptable


By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE environmental risks
associated with establishing a
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
terminal in the Bahamas are
acceptable, newly appointed
Minister of Energy and Envi-
ronment Marcus Bethel told
the Senate yesterday.
Addressing his fellow sena-
tors, Dr Bethel emphasised
that this opinion on LNG is a
personal view, as the proposed
AES terminal at Ocean Cay is
still under consideration by
Cabinet.
Dr Bethel said that in his
view, the economic benefits
from an LNG terminal and
pipeline in the Bahamas would
be "tangible and significant".
The possible use of LNG in
the Bahamas to fuel refitted
electricity plants, he added, is a
spin-off factor that needs to
be explored further.
Dr Bethel made these obser-
vations while presenting sug-
gestions for alternative sources
of energy that could lessen the
Bahamas' dependency crude
oil.
With the unprecedented lev-
el of economic growth cur-
rently being experienced by
the Bahamas, he said, the ris-
ing cost of petroleum products
continues to be one of the
major challenges faced by the
country.
"Currently our dependence
Son crude oil cannot be sus-
tained due to the rising cost of
crude oil, And uncertainties of
supplies due to social and
political turmoil in many oil
producing countries," he said.
Dr Bethel said that with
analysts estimating that the
price of a barrel of crude oil
may reach $100 in the near
future, the Bahamas should
adopt an energy policy that
reduces dependence on crude
oil and .supports alternative
sources of energyand emerg-


ing technologies for private
homes and business owners.
"Solar energy is one such
renewable source of energy
with which we in the Bahamas
are blessed in abundance," he
said.
He pointed out that
advances in solar technology
have made this option cost-
effective for homes and busi-
nesses.
"It is estimated that water
heaters contribute approxi-
mately one-third of home elec-
tricity consumption. Hence sig-
nificant savings can be realized
by home owners and business-
es, and a reduction in electrical
demand and generation
achieved through wider use of
solar heating systems," he said.
A further renewable ener-
gy.source which is gaining
increased global attention and


could be a viable option for
the Bahamas is wind energy
harnessed through wind mills,
said Dr Bethel.
"Whereas earlier technology
required sustained winds for
wind mills to function effi-
ciently, advances in technology
allow for efficiencies even in
areas of low sustained winds
as is the case in the Bahamas,"
Dr Bethel said.

Turbines

Another option, he said, is
taking advantage of the tem-
perature gradient in deep
ocean waters "to cyclically liq-
uefy and gasify agents that
activate turbines that generate
electricity."
In an effort to lower the cost
of electricity in the Bahamas,


SDR Marcus Bethel,


Jitney workshop was


'giant step' in transport


system development


* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
A WORKSHOP for jit-
ney owners and operators
held to discuss the preferred
model for the unification of
the public bus system rep-
resented a "giant step" for-
ward according to Road
Traffic Controller Jack
Thompson.
About 50 jitney owners
and operators attended the
workshop, which was held
on Tuesday night at St
John's College auditorium.
The participants were
divided into three groups,
and were then given an
overview of how the unifi-
cation system will work.
The moderators of the
sessions were Mr Thomp-
son, Deputy Traffic Con-
troller Errol McPhee and
chairman of the Road
Traffic Authority Ian
Winder.
Last year, the government
announced that a "preferred
model" for the unification
of the public bus system had
been put together.
In this model, the govern-
ment will take on the role
of regulator and the fran-
chise holders, who are the
jitney and plate owners, will
own a new unified bus com-
pany.
Mr Thompson said the
advantages of such a system
were discussed at the work-
shop.
These, he said, include
better safety, more prof-
itability and a better net-
work of routes.
"It was brought to focus,
that through a unification
system you do not have the
competition that you have,
so it eliminates the compe-
tition that you have going
on today," he said.
Mr Thompson said the.
group of jitney owners and
operators he addressed dur-


ing the group discussion session
were "extremely pleased" by
what was presented.
"They left very energised and
were very favourable to it. The
group I had were very interest-
ed and found it to be a useful
exercise," Mr Thompson said.
He.pointed out that a lot of
the owners and operators find it
a challenge to maintain their
business.


Mr Thompson said that in
speaking with his group, he did
not sense any reservations or
apprehension about the pro-
posed plan.
Errol McPhee said that all
the questions and concerns
raised by jitney operators and
owners were addressed during
the session.
He also affirmed that persons
in his group were enthusiastic
about the unification process.
Public Transit Association of
the Bahamas (PTAB) president
Reuben Rahming.said that at
present, the most important
thing is not whether he agrees
or disagrees with what is being
presented, but that the infor-
mation on the unification mod-
el is presented clearly as possi-
ble.
"Its about people making
choices. They must hear the
information clearly, and accu-
rately, and I think that is what
Mr Jack Thompson is doing.
We look forward with better
co-ordination to see how quick-
ly we can help get this informa-
tion out," said Mr Rahming.
Mr Thompson said that gov-
ernment is working to prepare
legislation to govern the new
bus system.


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Recalling the past for Mr Christie


IN THIS COLUMN on February 24 we
were discussing a comment made inthe
House of Assembly by North Andros MP
Vincent Peet when he rose to put the record
straight about Prime Minister Christie's ear-
ly days in and out of the PLP.
His comments were in connection with the
opening of a new session of parliament -
the first in four years of the PLP's five-year
term.
Mr Peet told the House that Mr Christie
had never left the PLP, but had remained a
member even during the three years that he
represented his Centreville constituents in
the House as an Independent member. ,!
Mr Peet's statement might have been true
in theory, but not in fact.
On learning shortly after the conclusion of
the Commission of Inquiry into drug traf-
ficking in 1984 that Messrs Christie and
Hubert Ingraham had planned to resign from
his Cabinet, Sir Lynden beat them to the-
draw and fired them.
When it came time for the PLP to nomi-
nate candidates for the 1987 election, the
PLP Council treated the two men as non-.
members and denied them a nomination.
Refusing to go quietly, they nominated as
Independents, each in his own. district in
opposition to the PLP candidate and sup-
ported by the FNM, which did not pjut up a.
candidate against them. Mr Christie, in
knocking the dust fromhis sandals, had some
very harsh words to say about his old party on
his departure. For three years Mtr Christie
remained an independent parliamentarian,
in opposition to the PLP, until Sir iLynden
wooed him back, offering him a e.itt in his
Cabinet. Mr Christie became a PLP'Cabinet
minister. Mr Ingraham remained, an inde-
pendent.
Angered that Mr Ingraham, ndw Opposi-
tion leader, and Montagu MP Brent Symon-
ette, his deputy, were not present for his gov-
ernment's first opening of a new session of
parliament last month, Mr Christie: told the
House that their absence showed a "total
disrespect and contempt, not just for the par-
liament, but for the people."
Commenting on their absence that day he
said he had "not witnessed such aii experi-
ence from a leader in a country of this kind in
our entire history of parliamentary democ-
racy. I have not read about it, I have not


heard about it and I have not seen it."
Recalling the past, we were more than sur-
prised at many of Mr Christie's assertions
during his angry tirade against these two
opposition leaders.
In our February 24 article we said:
"And now, the memories of persons
involved in those momentous events are start-
ing to play tricks on them. It is up to The
Tribune to open its files and remind them of
what they did and said at that time espe-
cially as there are certain things that Mr
Christie claims he has not read about, heard
about or even seen. That may be so, but we
plan to show him that he has been a partici-
pant in most of them."
And then the plight of the two Cuban doc-
tors in the Carmichael Detention Centre took
centre stage and distracted our attention.
Today we are going back to where we left
off on February 24.
Mr Christie, recalling the scene at the
opening of the new parliament on September
2, 1992, told the House that "when the PLP
was at its lowest ebb at the opening of par-
liament in 1992, I will never forget the expe-
rience of a mob of people, were spitting at us,
cursing and, Mr Speaker, distinguished per-
sons, the face of one I saw just recently, curs-
ing us as we walked through, we agreed to
participate, we came with our wives, we sat as
a new opposition party because of our respect
of a constitutional democracy of this country.
And I want Bahamians everywhere, Mr
Speaker, to understand that men who came to
them asking the people to vote them into
power are not worthy, Mr Speaker, because
simply by definition they continue to demon-
strate a total disrespect and, contempt, Mr
Speaker, not just for the parliament, but for
the people."
That is Mr Christie's version. It is true
that they came. Itis true that they were
booed. But it is not true that they stayed for
the, opening ceremony, or even returned to
the House afterwards to be sworn in as mem-
bers. When the new House closed that day
they were still members-elect. It was not until
the next sitting of the House that the PLP
parliamentarians were swori in and official-
ly took their seats in parliament.
We shall return to the details of this event
and subsequent events in this column tomor-
row.


Implications




to us from




development


EDITOR, The Tribune
THIS is one of those rare
occasions on which I find it nec-
essary to put fingers to key-
board in order to respond to a
letter published in your news-
paper on February 23 and
signed by Mrs Lynn
Holowesko.
In her letter Mrs Holowesko
complains about the concept of
a fairly large development for
Rose Island and I can commis-
erate with her since I have spent
a number of days over many
years anchored off the beautiful
western beach. The idea of that
beach being placed off limits to
Bahamian boaters is nothing
short of a nightmare to me as.
well as to Mrs Holowesko.
However, complaints about
that specific development have
to be put into the context of the
great ecological damage done
to other areas on a far grander
scale. One has to look no far-
ther than Paradise Island and
the concrete jungle that it has
become over the past 45 years.
Of course (just a gentle
reminder) it does appear that
at least some mangrove has
been lost in the development of
Sandyport along West Bay
Street.
Any citizen considering join-
ing in Mrs Holowesko's appeal
for some form of protest must
ask if there is any hope of block-
ing such a development or if
any such protest will end as an
exercise in frustration as have so
many others.
Protests surrounding Clifton
Cay appear to have been suc-
cessful to date but others relat-
ed to Winding Bay and Bakers
Bay in Abaco have not shared
in that success. What is the dif-
ference between the cases? It
appears that private ownership
of a fairly large percentage of
the land is necessary for the
project to gain sufficient impe-
tus for the granting of addition-
al publicly owned land to the


developers. I am fortunate to
have in my possession a very
worn copy of The Bahamas
Handbook printed by The Nas-
sau Guardian in 1926 on page
36 of which are three para-
graphs detailing development
plans for what was to be called
"Nassau Isle" (Rose Island).
The concept of yacht club, golf
course and "winter resort"
sounds awfully familiar 80 years
later.
Here we have to assume that
the property on Rose Island
planned for development in
1926 (before the Great Depres-
sion of 1929 scuttled those
plans) was privately owned as
most of it or perhaps all of it
continues to be up to the pre-
sent day.
What politicians and envi-
ronmental activists could do in
order to more effectively serve
their constituencies is to con-
stantly remind the public of the
underlying reasons behind these
large development projects that
seem to be popping up all
around us.
The Bahamas requires a con-
stant inflow of certain freely
convertible foreign currencies
in order to finance a lifestyle of
conspicuous consumption which
has to be funded by various for-
eign currencies, not by Bahami-
an dollars which are not freely
convertible on international
markets. Perhaps one day The
Bahamas will adopt one of
these currencies to replace the
Bahamian dollar.
The world's capital markets
are awash in cash seeking a
more comfortable tax regime
that in effect where the money
was earned so we can expect
that the lenient tax regime of
The Bahamas will continue to
prove attractive for some time


to come unless and until drastic
changes are made thereto.
The Bahamian people need
to be aware that globalisation
arrived on our sandy shores
quite a few years ago and has
manifested itself in the incredi-
ble change in real estate prices
post 1992. Eventually Bahami-
ans will understand that the
astounding price increases evi-
dent in the local market are a
reflection of the fact that a
Bahamian trying to purchase a
desirable piece of land in his
own country is competing with
buyers from other parts of the
world looking for a tax shelter
in a warmer climate (both finan-
cially and meteorologically)
than their own. With the pre-
sent rate of real estate price
inflation it is already difficult
for young Bahamians to own
anything outside of a so-called
low cost housing development
constructed on former pine bar-
rens (more ecological damage)
well inland from the shoreline
which will be, for the most part
and with some notable excep-
tions, in the hands of the
wealthy, both Bahamian and
foreign.
This scenario has developed
'on some of the Family Islands
as well so Bahamians feeling
trapped on New Providence
need not feel alone in their frus-
tration.
The question for the younger
generation to answeris for how
long and how far will this
process be allowed to continue
before legislation is introduced
to more effectively regulate
these developments with the full
understanding that the need for
all this inflow of foreign cur-
rency is being driven by a soci-
ety of ill-disciplined conspicu-
ous consumers who do not
understand the long term impli-
cations of their lifestyle.
AVID READER
Nassau
February 24 2006


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Is the detainee agreement signed

with Cuba now null and void?


EDITOR, The Tribune
IT seems more and more of
this secretive little agreement
keeps revealing itself through the
efforts of The Tribune. I want to
thank you for exposing the
nuances and the violations of this
agreement already perpetrated
by the Bahamas government.
Since most of these agree-


ments follow the British com-
mon law rules it appears that,
with the Bahamian government
not following the terms which it
agreed to in 1996, that this
agreement could be deemed
NULL and VOID.
If there is no clause for sanc-
tions against the violating party
then in most cases since the
Bahamas government has not


wished to participate then the
agreement could be deemed
null and void.
This might be the way that
the government cannot lose any
of its reputation which in the
present form can be preserved.
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SbriMoss: PLP's 'good faith

MP's call ,


for more

safety on

the roads

BAHAMIAN Roads need
to be made safer for children,
MP John Carey told the
House of Assembly yester-
day.
Mr Carey said there is a
shortage of sidewalks in his
Carmichael constituency, as
well as other problems asso-
ciated with road safety.
"Peopledo not always feel
safe walking our streets. We
see children walking home
from school everyday and
notice they are walking in the
road because there are not
enough sidewalks for them.
"These Pedestrians have as
much right to the road as
motorists do. Something
needs to be done to ensure
the safety of our children,"
said Mr,Carey.
He reminded fellow MPs
that a few years ago Darran
Thompson; a young aspiring
athlete, was struck down by a
driver. .
Last week,'he. added, six-
year-old Faith Mackey wa
hit by a jitneyand; died as a
result.- I
"Ii urge the government's
fullest attention to correct
this failed situation," Mr
Careysaid. .
"We;,must enact progres-
sive.traffic related laws that
hate teeth, and these laws:
must.adequately address the
safety of pedestrians."
"Once these matters are
taken care of, it will not bring
our,loved:onqs back, but
something goqd will come
out of it. We calnmake sure it
does not happen to anyone
else," Mr Carqy added.



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* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
BAHAMIANS will appreci-
ate the "good faith" efforts of
the PLP should the government
fail to deliver on some of its lat-
est promises, PLP Senator Rev
CB Moss said yesterday.
In his contribution to the Sen-
ate, Rev Moss said that the
agenda outlined by government
in the Speech from the Throne
last month is a very ambitious
one.
He said the PLP will focus on
achieving the proposed objec-
tions in the next 14 months, but
that there is a possibility that
not all of the government's
goals will be met.
"Perhaps the agenda will not
be completed before end of the
term so what? Perhaps all of
the legislation (outlined) in the
Speech from the Throne may
not be passed so what," he
said.
Rev Moss said that despite


pie are looking for," he said.
Rev Moss yesterday touched
on a number of issues as
detailed in the Speech from the
Throne, including the proposed
Domestic Investment Board
and Housing initiatives.
Rev Moss said that the invest-
ment board is the right step for-
ward in increasing Bahamian
involvement and ending the
"stranglehold" of a few wealthy
individuals on the country's
economy.
He added that he is sending
out a clarion call to all Bahami-
ans to revitalise the social revo-
lution of the 1950s and 1960s a
revolution he said was stalled
before it could reach the eco-
nomic sector.
"Bahamianisation as it was
once perceived seems to be on
life support," he said.
He added, however, that the
PLP trying to reversing this
trend.
Regarding housing initiatives,
Rev Moss said that with New


this he feels that the Bahamian
people will appreciate the "gen-
uine good faith effort" on part
of the government.
"I believe that the Bahami-
an people would better appre-
ciate the passing of good legis-
lation, the passing of better leg-
islation, rather than just more
legislation. Quality over quan-
tity is what the Bahamian peo-


Man appears in court



on murder charges


a By NATARIO McKENZIE
ONE of the four men who
have been charged with com-
mitting two separate murders
was arraigned in the magis-
trate's court yesterday.
It is alleged that between
December 20.2004 and January
2 2005, 43-year-old Dwayne
Evans, along with 29-year-old
Benjamin Gray, 24 -year-old
Jamal Laing and 31 year-old
Troy Symonette, caused the
death of Pedro Demerritte.
It is the second time that
. these murder charges have been
": brought against Ithise four men


All four men were initially
arraigned on the charges back
in January of 2005.
Evans, who was arraigned
before Chief magistrate Roger
Gomez at Court 1 Bank Lane
yesterday, was not required to
plead to the charge. Gray and
Laing were arraigned on the
charge before Magistrate Renee
Mckay at Court 6 on Monday.
Demeritte, a resident of
Carmichael Road, was reported
missing around December 20
2004. He was found dead in
bushes off Hanna Road on New
Year's Day 2005.
Asep.,dn,,charge qrad that


Evans and the other three
aforementioned individuals,
being concerned together some-
time between December 22 and
24, 2004, caused the death of
Ozell Moncor. Moncur was
found in the trunk of a vehicle
in Bain Town with his hands
bound and his mouth gagged
on Christmas Eve, 2004.
Evans told the magistrate
that he was not able to contact a
lawyer and wanted to be afford-
ed the opportunity to do so.
Evans was remanded to Fox
Hill prison, and is due to reap-
pear in court on March 30.


Providence's .limited land
resources, people will have to
face the reality that not every-
one will be able to be a home
owner.
He said that currently there
are thousands of applicants
waiting to be assigned to homes.
"Even with utilising every
piece of vacant land there won't
be enough to satisfy the current
applicants," he said.
Rev Moss said that the gov-
ernment should start sensitis-
ing people to the fact that they
may not be able to own the tra-
ditional house with a yard.
In future, he said, the gov-
ernment should look into pro-
moting alternatives such as
duplexes and joint-farpily own-
ership of properties.


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* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
FREEPORT Former FNM
MP David Thompson is
demanding that the PLP gov-
ernment take immediate steps
to implement an economic
relief programme in Grand
Bahama.
According to Mr Thompson,
many Grand Bahamians are still
suffering from the hurricanes
and need direct financial inter-
vention.
"We all know that (hurri-


canes) Frances, Jeanne and
Wilma have devastated not only
our infrastructure, homes, build-
ings and schools, but also eco-
nomically has caused thousands
of Grand Bahamians to be
unemployed," he said on
Wednesday.
"We cannot wait till the next
general election, so we invite
our government to move now
to assist our people because gov-
ernment is for all the people."
Mr Thompson, chairman of
the Grand Bahama FNM Coun-
cil, and Fred Smith, vice chair-
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Mr Thompson and Mr Smith,
who are seeking nominations
for the Marco City and Piner-
idge constituencies, respective-
ly, expressed their concerns
about the economy and the
unemployment situation on
Grand Bahama.
"We invite this government
in its immediate economic relief
programme for Grand Bahama
to have as its objective immedi-
ate job creation to provide
needed assistance in all of our
communities and in all of our
government agencies," Mr
Thompson said.
Pointing out that there is a
need for increased employment
in the various government min-
istries and departments, Mr
Thompson called for more
"casual" workers to be
employed over the next several
weeks.
"We are asking the govern-
ment to be mindful that young
people over the last 10 years
have high unemployment in
Grand Bahama, and many of
them need a career training pro-
gramme."
Mr Thompson stressed that
there is also need for a skilled
labour survey to be created by


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Grand Bahama, where all
unemployed persons can regis-
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relations, training and immedi-
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Fred Smith said the PLP gov-
ernment has done nothing to
ease the suffering and unem-
ployment on Grand Bahama.
Instead, he claimed, by
putting anchor investments in
Family Islands, the government
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The Baha Mar Development, with associated projects, is to be constructed by
Baha Mar Development Company Ltd at Cable Beach, Nassau, The Bahamas. The
first phase of the overall development comprises the following:
Refurbishment of the Radisson Hotel
Partial demolition and refurbishment of the balance of the Wyndham Hotel
Construction of a new Commercial Village
Re-routing of West Bay Street and completion of C7 Corridor connecting West
Bay Street to JFK Highway
*The core project consisting of a Podium of 2 levels, 4 separate hotels,
Casino/Club, Spa, Restaurants and retail units, Convention Centre/Ballroom,
Timeshare Units, Central Plant Building, and all associated back-of-house
facilities
Associated infrastructure works including roads, sidewalks, parking, waterways,
hard and soft landscaping and all minor buildings, warehouse, laundry
building, gas station, and employee parking
A new Golf Course


Baha Mar Development Company Ltd is seeking Statements of Interest from
Bahamian businesses for the following trade & specialty contractors:


Concrete Placing, Supply, Formwork, Sealants, Finishing;
Landscaping;
Unit Paving;
Hardscaping;
Asphalt Paving;
Supply of Fill Material incl. rock, sand, gravel, etc;
Reinforcing Steel Supply, Fabrication, Placing;
Precast Concrete;
Structural Steel incl. erectors & fabricators;
Miscellaneous Metalwork;
Labour to Frame, etc.Hand railings Metal;
Finish Millwork such as trim/architrave, baseboard/skirting;
Millwork including cabinetry, kitchens, etc.
Firestopping/safing;
Caulking & Sealants;
Hollow Metal Doors & Frames;
Special Doors specify type(s);
Hardware (Ironmongery) Supply, Installation;
Aluminium Framed Glass Sliding Doors & Partitions;
Aluminium Framed Glass Walls/Entrances including Doors;
Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Supply, Installation;
Stone Flooring/Walling Supply, Installation;
Resilient Flooring & Base Supply, Installation;
Carpeting & Underlayment Supply, Installation;
Architectural Specialties please specify type;
General Contractors;
Mechanical (HVAC) works;
Fire Protection (sprinkler) works;
Elevators/Escalators/Dumbwaiters;
Windows Supply, Installation;
Bathroom Accessories;
Ceilings Acoustic, Metal, etc.
Concrete Decorative, Stamped, Stain, Sealer, etc.
Construction Equipment Rental;
Fencing;
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Shutters;
Piles all types;
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Roofing Shingles;
Steel Buildings Supply, Installation;
Swimming Pools;
Tennis Courts;
Termite Control;
Tinting & Coating to Glass or other material;


Dewatering;
Irrigation;
Well Drilling Services;
Plaster;
Site Services;
Demolition;
Earthworks;
CMU Supply, Installation;
Bar Joists;
Ornamental Metalwork;
Rough Carpentry Supply of Lumber;
Finish Millwork Labour installation;
Waterproofing;
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Wood Doors;
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Elastomeric Coatings;
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Electrical works;
Plumbing works;
Building Management systems;
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Metal Buildings;
Compactors;
Concrete Coatings;
Glass;
Fire Alarm Systems;
Glass Coating & Tinting;
Marina Construction;
Signs please specify type(s);
Panelling;
Cleaning;
Roof Trusses Supply, Installation;
Sanitation Services;
Security Services;
Shelving;
Signage;
Tanks;
Telecommunication Systems;
Sound Systems;
Terrazzo;
Trucking Services;


Interested trade and specialist contractors are invited to submit the following:
1. A completed pre-qualification form [obtainable from Baha Mar Development
Company Ltd including all appendices and attachments- as noted below].
2. A letter from an insurance company stating the company's liability limits.
3. A letter from a nationally recognized Surety Company stating the contractor's
available bonding capacity in The Bahamas.
4. An overview of information providing capabilities, manpower and equipment
that would be of particular use on the project, or parts thereof.

Pre-Qualification forms relating to the above can be obtained from Baha Mar Development
Company Ltd:
Charleen Cash
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Cable Beach, Nassau, The Bahamas
ccash@bahamar.com
tel: (242) 327-6200 ext 6448
fax: (242) 702-4202

Bids/Tenders will be invited from the list of pre-qualified contractors. The pre-qualification
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similar projects. This assessment shall include, without limitation, workmanship, schedule
duration both planned and actual, value of the project, correction of construction deficien-
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work, and/or reject all submissions deemed unacceptable.


T doesn't matter how the
government tries to
explain what happened in the
Cuban dentist saga, the fact of
the matter is that something
went wrong, terribly wrong.
Essentially, it appears that
the leadership of the Christie
administration dropped the
ball.
If recent pressures, external
and internal, could have led the
government to make a decision
on this matter within a couple of
weeks, thenit could have made
a similar decision ten months
ago.
Regrettably, the inexplicably
long time taken to resolve the
issue is only one point of failure
that occurred in this matter.
There are others.

WHERE WAS THE
COMMUNICATION?

Leadership requires
effective communica-
tion and effective communica-
tion requires timely disclosure
ofinformation, particularly per-
tinent information.
To this day, the primary way
that the Bahamian people have
come to learn about this critical
issue, is when it popped up in
the press, particularly when the
press was bad.
The government did not
deem it important to provide


STRAIGHT UP TALK

ZH IVA R G L A I NG


any brief about the issue or any
explanation as to why it was a
matter that was sensitive in
nature.
Even when Prime Minister
Perry Christie announced that
he had arrived at a decision on
the issue, he held the decision
near his heart as if it was the
date for the next general elec-
tion.
When he announced finally,
after ten long months, that he
had made a decision, he also
promised to provide a full com-
munication to the people of the
Bahamas in the House of
Assembly.
What happened? The people
learned from the foreign press,
then the local press, by way of a
release from US officials, that
the Cuban dentists had been
released to Jamaica and then
taken to Miami.
It was only after all of this
that the government released a
statement on the matter. This
was pathetic!
This is not how a consulta-
tive government that under-
stands that it is the holder of a
public trust should have
behaved.


WHAT HAPPENED TO
LAW, TREATIES AND
POLICIES?

T he most essential dut:
of leadership is making
decisions. Decision-making ol
the part of leadership require
vision, goals, principles an<
parameters in which to operate
The foreign affairs of t'h
Bahamas do not operate in i
vacuum. Issues relate either to
laws, some supported by
treaties, or policies.
There are immigration laws
in our country; treaties tlht we
have with the United States of
America as well as the govem-
ment of Cuba; and there are
policies that reflect the interest
of the Bahamas.
Which of these was uiable'to
guide the Chriptie admiinistr-
tion about what to dp in this
matter and to provide ahat guil-
ance so that a timely decision
could be made?
Even if none of these guid-
ing instruments existed, it would
be the duty of effective govei-
nors to provide the same so that
it could act prudently.


YOUP CONNECrICN oTO THE vOR'i


VACANCY NOTICE

MANAGING

COMPUTER OPERATIONS
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company Limited invites applications from suitably qualified individuals
for the position of MANAGER/COMPUTER OPERATIONS in its IT Computer Operations Deparinent.
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Manager of Computer Operations is responsible for two main areas, computer operations and sched ing
and billing fulfillment. The Manager ensures that the production computer scheduling is accurately nd
timely maintained, jobs are run on time, do not conflict with one another, jobs run to completion, andhe
appropriate people are notified of a production scheduling problem. The second area, billing fulfillment,
requires timely running of bill cycles, bill stuffing and metering (fulfillment), and timely completion wh
prescribed SLAs. The manager ensures that fulfillment technicians are adequately trained ard all shifts
properly staffed. The manager also escalates all problems directly to the applicable vendor for service
needed. The Manager manages bill stock inventory and prepares budgets for the CIO as applicable. Th~
Manager is also responsible for the physical security of the IT computer room and controls access to th,
room, policies and procedures governing use of the room, and has the final determination of where devices
are placed and general maintenance of the room.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
*Manage the computer scheduling and computer operations functions
*Manage the computer room including physical access to the room
* Develops computer operations policies and procedures
* Ensures that jobs and processes are run on a timely basis to completion
* Executes bill cycles at the appropriate time of the billing period
* Establishes service level agreements regarding scheduling and bill production
* Ensures that physical bills are produced accurately, timely, and fulfilled within SLA
* Maintains adequate inventory of billing collateral
* Deals directly with support vendors to obtain adequate support
* Negotiates a service level agreement with hardware vendors for timely response to system problems
* Establishes the group budget for the year
* Maintains performance statistics and measures billing cycle delivery
* Continually evaluates staff to understand strengths and weaknesses, provides training to increase
skill levels, monitors performance levels, consuls employees as to their effectiveness, and makes
personnel changes as necessary to ensure that the Operations group delivers as intended
* Maintains a strong customer focus, providing service to Business Partners
* Ensures that any changes to the production environment go through the prescribed change control
process
* Works closely with the Manager of Data Security to implement and enforce proper security access rules
* Provides emergency change procedures and staff on call procedures to support emergency system
support as required on a 24x7 basis
* Formally evaluates the performance all staff members upon the completion of a project
* Ensures that Help Desk trouble tickets are addressed promptly and resolved in a timely manner
* Regularly interacts with internal customers to understand their existing and strategic business needs
and that support service levels are being met effectively and on time
* Ensures that adequate operations and scheduling documentation exists and is stored in a manner
easily accessible
* Ensures staff members provide high quality support for the systems and to the end-user community
* Proactively plans and implements strategies to ensure systems are reliable and responsive during
all key business cycles
* Escalates and notifies management of all organization issues or situations that affect the overall
operational effectiveness of BTC application systems
*. Assists the CIO in determining fiscal requirements and prepares budgetary recommendations;
monitors, verifies, and reconciles expenditure of budgeted funds; prepares proposals for capital
and operating expenditures '-
* Recommends various personnel actions including, but not limited to, hiring, performance appraisals,
promotions, transfers, and vacation schedules
* Performs other job-related duties as assigned by the CIO
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
* Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Engineering, Information
Systems, Management Information Systems or equivalent industry experience in related fields.
* 10+ years experience managing, implementing, running or maintaining computer operations and
support
* Strong supervisory ability with attention to detail,
* Strong organizational skills
* Working knowledge of billing systems, fulfillment processes, and accounting and reconciliation techniques
* Strong working knowledge of systems support and maintenance processes (includes problem
management and tracking, SLA management, release / version management, escalations and notifications)
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
SAbility to lead staff to ensure the effective performance of the group
* Ability to establish organization standards, operating procedures, SLA's and develop guidelines
SStrong customer focus
* Strong leadership ability and desire
SKnowledge and experience with trouble management, systems management and remote administration.
tools and technologies
* Strong written and verbal communications skills
SAbility to effectively communicate complex technical concepts and ideas in a non-technical, simple
manner
* Proficient skills utilizing MS Office tools and applications
All applications are to be received at BTC's Head Office, 21 John F. Kennedy Drive, no later than March 17,
2006 and addressed as follows:
DIRECTOR
HUMAN RESOURCES & TRAINING
THE BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO. LTD.
NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS
RE: MANAGER/COMPUTER OPERATIONS


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a failure of


It appears that existing laws,
policies and treaties did not help
the government to make a time-
ly decision. Rather, they seem
to have caused it to be paral-
ysed into indecision.
It was truly unfortunate that
the government chose to linger
in paralysis for almost a year
rather than look to do what was
necessary to execute a decision
that prevented the embarrass-
ment and foreign affairs crisis
that ensued.
WHAT HAPPENED TO
ADMINISTRATION?

S leadership administrates
_and when it does well,
it administrates efficiently and
effectively. At what point did'
the Prime Minster, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Attorney Gen-
eral and Minister of Immigra-'
tion realise tpat it was taking
too long to settle this matter of
the Cuban dentists?
When ovoild they have
stopped to'think that one week,
one month or five months
entirely unacceptable to have
the matter still ih limbo?
Was this isstie not one of
tremendous import' to The
Bahamas, given bur relation-
ship with both the tS and
Cuba, bu' most particularly the
US, our principal ally and eco-
nomicpartner?
From'the time that the
Cubans were picked up and
delivered to the Bahamas, sure-
ly it hiad to be regarded as
important to deal with them
expeditiously, especially since
they claimed to have legitimate
status in the US.
We ate a country of laws. Our
government has policies. Why
could wj not administer them?
How could the sun rise and fall
some tlhee hundred times with-
out adniinistering the laws and
policies:of the country to settle
this matter?
There was a failure here to
administrate. Supported by
competent bureaucrats and
garage full of consultants and
advisers, the prime minister and
his colleagues could have and
,should have administrated this
matter better.


WHAT HAPPENED TO
HUMANITY?

t is my sincerest hope that
there is not a single Hait-
ian or other immigrant that
spends ten months or anything
near it in the Detention Cen-
tre. It would be simply wrong
for such a thing to happen, no
matter who is the government
at the time.
This is one of the great disas-
ters of this saga that the two
Cuban dentists unnecessarily
spent such a long time in the
detention centre. Surely the cir-
cumstances of these Cubans

How could the
sun rise and fall
some three
hundred
times without
administering
the laws and
policies of the
country to settle
this matter?

were special they had to be.
We have had Cubans fished
out of our waters before and
their situations dealt with expe-
ditiously. Some of these Cubans
live in the Bahamas today as
legal residents while others have
found themselves elsewhere.
The fact that Mr Christie and
his colleagues took so long to
deal with the Cuban dentists
confirms the uniqueness of their
case.
This said, it should have been
especially important to regard
their humanity and ensure that
the matter was addressed in a
Timely manner. It should have
Received attention from the
required ministers until
resolved,
This did not happen and we
had to be forced into making a
'decision that humanitarian and
other considerations should
have compelled us to make
,much earlier.


lead

LET'S HOPE FOR
LITTLE OR NO LASTING
.FALLOUT


t is mny sincere hope that
we do not suffer any seri
ous fallout from this Cubain
dentists crisis. Sad to say,this
may be hope against hope,i for
in foreign affairs, memories
linger long.
This is why foreign policy
must be carefully developed
and soundly managed, espe;
cially where one's nationalJ
interests are clearly defined.
It seems that the Christie
administration has a different
take on our foreign policy inter'
ests than has traditionally been
the case.
It appears that out of practi
cality and necessity it continues
to regard our relationship with
the US as paramount but philo-
sophically it has bought into
some notion that we have some
significant interest to pursue iii
Cuba.
Cuba is not the enemy of the
Bahamas, neither is it the ene-
my of the USA. However, the
policies of Cuba's president are
at odds with the democratic val-
ues of our nation and that of
our principal ally.
It is also at odds with the
humanitarian interest of
Cubans. This alone should
inform our government thal
there was no need to be so inde-
cisive for so long or, this issue
INDECISION AND
VACILLATION IS
NOTHING NEW FOR
PM CHRISTIE

ad to say, the indecisive-
ness shown by the
Christie administration in this
matter has been commonplace
since it took office.
PM Christie took an inordi-
nate period of time to name his
Cabinet. His government takes
too long to approve foreign
investment projects, too long to
resolve difficult issues such as
the Korean Boats: the BAIC
dilemma and others and took
too long to jiggle his cabinet,
It seems that vacillation is the
.i.le ini this administration. This


r hip

is unfortunate because the glob-
al environment in which we
exist is far less tolerant of inde-
cision than it was decades ago~
.If you snooze now, you don't
on'l lose, you lose big. Whether
it is a matter of courage, focts,:
sensitivity, energy or comrpe-
tence, the Christie administra-
tion must get its act together or
risk causing this nation irrepara-
ble damage from the sluggardly
handling of issues of national
inmorttmce.
THOUGHT FOR THE
WEEK

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VACANCY NOTICE

MANAGER

BUSINESS CONTINUITY

The Bahamas Telecommunications Company Limited invites applications from suitably
qualified individuals for the position of MANAGER/BUSINESS CONTINUITY in its IT Business
Continuity Department.
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Manager of Business Continuity is responsible for developing, maintaining, documenting,
communicating, testing, and certifying the viability of the IT Disaster Recovery Plan. The
manager works with IT peers to ensure that proper backup and restoration processes are
in place and an IT recovery plan is developed. The manager also works with Business
Partners in the company to assess the risk, time to recover, and develop the external IT
procedures necessary to effectively recover the systems. In order to accomplish this, the
Business Continuity Manager will work closely with the third party disaster recovery supplier
and external site.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Develop the strategy for recovering IT systems
* Develop a comprehensive IT disaster recovery plan
* Perform risk assessment and determine the criticality and timing for system restoration
* Participate in or lead a company wide business continuity program
* Develop procedures and policies within the recovery plan from declaring a disaster to final
recovery
* Continually maintain and update the plan as systems change
* Continually test various portions of the plan to ensure their efficacy
* Work with BTC internal Audit to verify or discover recovery problem areas
" Work with IT peers to ensure that they know what portions of the plan they are responsible
and what they have to deliver
* Effectively communicate the plan to executive management and the company at large
* Document the plan and distribute it as required
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
* Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Engineering,
Information Systems, Management Information Systems or equivalent industry experience
in related fields.
* 5+ years experience managing and implementing IT disaster recovery procedures
* Demonstrated ability to develop a practical and workable IT recovery plan
* Strong leadership ability and a desire to take charge of the. area and be accountable for
success
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
* Practical knowledge of disaster recovery processes and techniques
* Knowledge of LDRPS (Living Disaster Recovery Plan System) is a plus
* Strong disaster recovery implementation capability coupled with the ability to test the plan
and make the necessary adjustments to ensure that it is effective
" Strong planning and organizational ability
* Ability to determine effective system backup strategies with off-site storage and archival
* Ability to manage one direct report responsible for providing adequate system backup
and archival
* Basic project management skills
* Strong leadership ability
* Knowledge of project management processes, applications (MS Project) and disciplines
SStrong written and herball communications skills
* Ability to effectively communicate complex technical concepts and ideas i 'a non-technical,
simple manner
* Proficient skills utilizing MS Office tools and applications


All applications are to be received at BTC's Head Office, 21 John F. Kennedy Drive, no later
than Mbrch 17, 2006 and addressed as follows:

DIRECTOR
HUMAN RESOURCES & TRAINING
THE BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS CO. LTD,
NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS
RE: MANAGER/BUSINESS CONTINUITY


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BUT has not reciprocated that
level of good faith during the
process.
"Instead the BUT has, during
the course of the two meetings
which the two sides have held,
demonstrated an unco-operative,
argumentative and disruptive
spirit which we feel does great
disservice to the students in our
educational system, the teachers
themselves and the country as a
whole," Mr Archer said.
Currently, the BUT and gov-
ernment have reached an
impasse as questions have arisen
over who exactly the union would
be representing during the meet-
ings teachers or administrative
staff.
On February 21, Mr Archer
said, the government slbmi Ltted'.
two proposal .. i e BUT a
new recognition agreement and


citation of the'Bahamas, said they do not disagree
with the philosophy behind the plan, but they do not
feel the plan'can work as presented by government.
What the. commission in charge oi producing the
report failed to recognize, the organisation said, is that
in 1979 there was listed in the Bahamas Handbook a
total of 53 physicians, most of whom provided prima-
ry care.
Today there are more than 178 physicians listed,
with a wide variation of specialities.
It said these physicians caused a correlating improve.
ment in fhe technology, health facilities, and growth in
the ancillary services available in the Bahamas.
Compared to the country's population growth, which
was 199 per cent from 1979 to 2005, the growth in the
health care industry was more than 225 per cent.
"lt'is our opinion that the growth in health care
experienced in the Bahamas over the last 30 years
has been because of the increased ability to pay for it,
due in large part to private health insurance.
"There is no doubt that National Health Insurance
will stifle or perhaps even reverse this growth trend.
Every year, Canada loses 10 to 15 per cent of their
trained medical practitioners to other countries. Will
the government be satisfied with replacing the loss of
qualified Bahamians with foreigner physicians? Will
we?
"Can we depend on government to invest hundreds
of thousands of dollars to bring in new medical tech-
nology and equipment when they will also be preoc-
cupied with maintaining the cost of National Health?"
The association said it agreed with the intentions of
the proposed national health plan and agreed that
people should have access to health care regardless of
their ability to pay.
However, it pointed out that health care is very
expensive, whether delivered privately or through the
current public health care system.
"We would all agree that people should not starve
and should sleep with shelter over their heads. How-
ever, if we carry that premise a step further and say
everyone must eat grits and tuna, and sleep in a pink
three-bed, two-bath concrete dwelling, how is that dif-
ferent from what this National Heath scheme is trying
to do?
"It would certainly be nice if everyone could eat
the same foods and had the same standard dwelling,


Consultants
an industrial agreement.
A deconstruction of actually
who the BUT would be bargain-
ing for either teachers or "other
officers in the Department of
Education" (librarians, principals
etc), would in essence eliminate
nearly 40 per cent of its mem
bers, according to initial esti-
mates.
Naturally, this action is not
being looked upon fondly by
BUT representatives as it can be
seen that a substantial portion of
their "bargaining power" is being
restricted.
Noting that the BUT does not
accept the distinct separation of
management and classroom
.teachers, Mr Archer warned that
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"Schools' administrators/ man'
agers may still hold membership
in the BUT. However, it is thq
government's position that they
not be a part of the proposed
industrial agreement, which is
exclusively for teachers.
"To further make the point
why administrators/managers
should be excluded from the bar-
gaining unit, it is the BUT's own
Article 8.22 which states: 'Any-
time a grievance or dispute devel-
ops between the school admin7
istration and a teacher of teach-
ers,the union shall take the posi-
Stion that the principal and the
other members of administration
are representatives of the
employer'," he said.
Mr Carter said the consultant
team is still prepared to negotiate
with the BUT and asked for dis-
cussions to condilit&.
W:' "We are saying let's continue
to talk, let's continue to meet and
discuss the documents. They have
presented us their proposals, we
have presented on behalf of the
government a set of proposals.
Insome areas they differ.
"Let us go through both docu-
ments and see where we can
reach agreement. They have
refused until this question of
recognition is resolved and we
think that is a disservice to the
membership and the rest of the
country," he said.
The BUT currently has the
issue before the Industrial Tri-
bunal and opted not to comment
last night.


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NHI proposals
but it is not practical in the world we live in," the
organisation said.
It agreed that all Bahamians should have access to
health care but questioned why all access must be tui-
form.
"The National Health Scheme, as proposed by the
Blue Ribbon Commission, would have far reaching
implications more than just the provision of health
care.
"The Bahamas Insurance Brokers Association
(BIBA) sees a imajoi impact in the following areas: the
private health insurance industry, the provision of pri
vate health care including the impact on physicians,
pharmacies, laboratories and private clinics, the cre-
ation of an income tax environment and the overall
quality and availability of health care," the organisation
said.
Once National Health Insurance is introduced, the
BIBA said, there will be an almost immediate reduc-
tion in premium volumes.
Initially, a worker earning $24,000 per annum will
contribute $53 per month towards National Health
Insurance, whereas someone earning $60,000 or more
will contribute $132.50. The employer will contribute
an equal amount.
"If the average private heath plan cost is $131, as the
Blue Ribbon Commission report claims, and if the
majority of that risk will now be shifted to National
Health, the most private health insurers would be able
to charge for a supplemental plan would be in the
area of $60.
"This automatically results in a ioss of income in
excess of 50 per cent. However, this does not take
into consideration the fact that many insurers or
employers will discontinue their private insurance, as
the expense would be too high," the BIBA said.
The BIBA proposed several alternatives to a nation-
al health plan.
It said that private medical insurance should be
made mandatory with at least a "basic plan" coverage
which would be covered under National Health. I
"The BRC reports that currently only 20 per cent of
employers provide group health insurance to their
employees. If this was increased to 100 per cent of
those persons employed it would increase the tax base
and provide insurance companies with a wider spread
of risk," the BIBA said.


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BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION

TENDER FOR GENERAL INSURANCE
ALL RISKS (BUILDINGS & CONTENTS, PLANT, MACHINERY
& EQUIPMENT INCLUDING SUB-STATION SITES


TENDER NO. 597/06

The Bahamas Electricity Corporation invites tenders from eligible bidders for the
provision of general insurances as described above.

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
SPhone No. 302-1158
Fax No. 323-6852


*- Tenders are to be hand-delivered on or before 30 March 2006 by 3:00p.m.
and addressed as follows:

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

Attention: Mrs. Delmeta Seymour

Marked: Tender No. 597/06

"GENERAL INSURANCE BUILDINGS, PLANT & MACHINERY"

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


BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION

TENDER FOR GENERAL INSURANCE
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TENDER NO. 598/06

The Bahamas Electricity Corporation invites tenders from eligible bidders for the
provision of general insurances as described above.

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
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Phone No. 302-1158
Fax No. 323-6852


Tenders are to be hand-delivered on or before 30 March 2006 by 3:00 p.m.
and addressed as follows:

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

Attention: Mrs. Delmeta Seymour

Marked: Tender No. 598/06

"GENERAL INSURANCE PUBLIC & EMPLOYERS'
LIABILITY AND MOTOR VEHICLES"

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


BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION

TENDER FOR GENERAL INSURANCE
MONEY & FIDELITY


TENDER NO. 599/06

The Bahamas Electricity Corporation invites tenders from eligible bidders for the
provision of general insurances as described above.
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 30 March 2006 by 3:00p.m.
and addressed as follows:
The General Manager
Bahamas Electricity Corporation
Blue Hill & Tucker Roads
Nassau, Bahamas

Attention: Mrs. Delmeta Seymour

Marked: Tender No. 599/06

"GENERAL INSURANCE MONEY & FIDELITY"
The Corporation reserves the right to accept or reject any or all tenders.


BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION


TENDER FOR GENERAL INSURANCE
MARINE INSURANCE


TENDER NO. 600/06

The Bahamas Electricity Corporation invites tenders from eligible bidders for the
provision of general insurances as described above.

Bidders are required to collect packages from the Administration Office,
Blue Hill & Tucker Roads by contacting:-
SMrs. 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 30 March 2006 by 3:00p.m.
and addressed as follows:

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

Attention: Mrs. Delmeta Seymour

Marked: Tender No. 600/06

"GENERAL INSURANCE MARINE INSURANCE"

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


BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION


TENDER FOR GENERAL INSURANCE
PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY (DIRECTORS & OFFICERS)


TENDER NO. 610/06

The Bahamas Electricity Corporation invites tenders from eligible bidders for the
provision of general insurances as described above.

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 30 March 2006 by 3:00 p.m.
and addressed as follows:

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

Attention: Mrs. Delmeta Seymour

Marked: Tender No. 601/06

"GENERAL INSURANCE PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY
DIRECTORS & OFFICERS"

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


BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION

TENDER FOR GENERAl. INSURANCE
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT & MOBILE RADIOS


TENDER NO. 602/06

The Bahamas Electricity Corporation invites'tenders from eligible bidders for the
provision of general insurances as described above.

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 30 March 2006 by 3:00p.m.
and addressed as follows:

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

Attention: Mrs. Delmeta Seymour

Marked: Tender No. 602/06

"GENERAL INSURANCE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT & MOBILE RADIOS"
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Mitchell
FROM page one
Bahamas and Cuba binds
the government to notify
the Cuban government
within 72 hours of the
arrival of their citizens in
the Bahamas and Cuba is
bound to repatriate their
citizens within 15 days.
Mr Mitchell noted that in
the case of Drs Mesa and
Gonzalez, screenings were
completed by June, 2005.
He said at that time, the
Department of Immigration
and the United Nations
High Commission for
Refugees (UNHCR) deter-
mined that the two individ-
uals did not have a well-
grounded fear of persecu-
tion, did not qualify for
political refugee status and
should be returned to Cuba.
Mr Mitchell said it was
also important to note that
neither dentist asserted a
claim for political asylum
and it was only after the
Cuban government was
notified that they were to
be returned did the US
request on behalf of their
families that they be
paroled to the US on
humanitarian grounds.
"In law, the United States
had no standing in the mat-
ter," said Mr Mitchell.


FROM page one

Ingraham how detainees were able
to leave the premises when he was
prime minister, Mr Ingraham said
they got out the same way they
were getting out now.
He also made a comment from
his chair, prompting Mr Christie to
challenge him to bring evidence.
Mr Christie said: "This is the leader
of the opposition, Mr Speaker,
making assertions sitting down that
people are in the same way being
paid now."
Tempers flared throughout the
morning session as the government
sought to justify its decision to send
the Cuban dentists to Jamaica,
claiming it was in the best interests
of the Bahamian people.
However, the opposition claimed
the government was incompetent
by acting too slowly and creating a
diplomatic crisis for the country.
Government members then
shouted from their chairs that oppo-
sition members were "sell-outs, a
disgrace and needed to stand up
for their country right or wrong"
among other comments.
Several times, House Speaker
Oswald Ingraham demanded order,
rose to his feet and banged his
hands on the desk.
Members of both sides were so
engrossed in shouting at each other
across the room that, for the most
part, the Speaker's demands went
unheeded.
While Mr Christie and Foreign
Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell
maintained that the government


Clash i
acted in the best interests of all con-
cerned, Mr Ingraham called the
way the government handled the
matter "an embarrassment to the
country."
While he said that the FNM was
satisfied that the pair had "finally"
been released, he felt it was after a
"cruel and inexcusable delay."
He also felt that while the gov-
ernment and opposition should be
unified in international matters, the
way the government handled this
case meant his party had to offi-
cially separate itself from the action.
He said the situation caused
great anxiety for Bahamians. In
addition, he claimed the govern-
ment showed ineptitude and incom-
petence.
Mr Ingraham strongly criticised
the length of time the government
took to act, saying the same deci-
sion to send the dentists to Jamaica
as a third country made on Tuesday
could have been made last
June.
He dismissed claims raised by
government members seated
throughout the session that under
the FNM watch, Cuban detainees
were allowed to "walk out of the
detention centre."
He said that between the years
1996 and 2000, the FNM granted,
asylum to 100 Cuban citizens.
"It is wrong, inaccurate and false
to suggest that, on the FNM's
watch, we allowed Cubans to walk
out of the detention centre."


SCHOOL
SCHOOL


POUNDED 194

World school

St Andrew's School, The International School of The Bahamas, an authorized International
Baccalaureate (IB) World School, invites applications from qualified and experienced candidates for
the following teaching vacancies, with effect from August 2006. Full information regarding the school
may be found at its website:

Candidates should be qualified teachers who possess the necessary academic qualifications for the
positions) for which they apply, including a teaching qualification and a bachelor's degree, and
normally need to have a minimum of two years successful school-based experience. Desirable
qualifications, in addition to those specified for individual posts, are that teachers have successful
experience in an independent and/or international school and an advanced degree. Applications
from candidates- able to coach team sports or advise school clubs and activities are particularly
welcomed. Secondary (i.e. middle and upper) school teachers will be expected to undertake the,
responsibility of a homeroom.
PRIMARY SCHOOL

The school is authorized to teach the Primary Years Programme (PYP) of the International Baccalaureate
Organization. Candidates for all posts in the primary school should be committed to the principles
of, and preferably trained in, the PYP Applications are warmly welcomed from teachers who are
committed to an inquiry-based pedagogy but who have not yet had the opportunity to teach in a PYP
school,
Homeroom teachers: Class sizes range between 15 and 20.

SECONDARY SCHOOL :C

The school offers its own middle years programme in years seven through nine and the BGCSE in
years 10 and 11 (grades 9 and 10). The school is authorized to teach the Diploma Programme (DP)
of the International Baccalaureate Organization in years 12 and 13 (grades 11 and 12);

Upper school

English and TOK

Candidates for this post must be qualified to teach to lB HL in English and be able to teach TOK in
years 12 and 13. Successful BGCSE/IGCSE and SAT experience in teaching English is also desirable.
Mathematics

Candidates for this post must be qualified to teach to IB HL. Successful experience in teaching
calculus to IB level is preferred. Successful BGCSE/IGCSE and SAT 1/SAT 11 experience is also
desirable.

Middle school

Middle school homeroom and core teachers: Middle level educational qualifications, experience
working with early adolescents and a familiarity with the philosophy of middle schools are required
from applicants for these posts. Applicants may also be required to teach BGCSE courses up to
year 11.
One of the successful applicants will have documented successful experience in teaching English
and social studies in years 7 to 9 and will be able to offer English and, preferably, either art or drama.

Another successful applicant will have documented successful experience in teaching general science
in years 7 to 9 and will be able to offer any combination of biology, chemistry and physics at BGCSE
level. If he/she could also teach mathematics that would be useful.

Candidates for these posts must be qualified to teach to pre-university level and be familiar with the
demands of the International Baccalaureate diploma programme. Successful BGCSE/IGCSE and
SAT 1/SAT II experience is also desirable.

Interested candidates should apply to the school's principal, Mr Dennison MacKinnon, by letter, email
or fax as soon as possible. All applications MUST include the following:
* letter of application
* a personal statement detailing the candidate's educational philosophy
* a full curriculum vitae,
* either the names, addresses, telephone numbers, fax and email numbers of three people who may
be approached for confidential professional references or the name and address of the recruiting
agency from which the candidate's confidential dossiers may be obtained.

Information on the teaching posts offered may be obtained from the heads of the schools by email
or fax only.


Frank Coyle, Head of the secondary school: email:
Fax:

Sharon Wilson, Head of the primary school: email:


FCoyle@st-andrews.com
(1 242) 324 0816
SWilson@st-andrews.com
Fax: (1 242) 324 0816


Fie teenagers to take part


in international programme


I;FIVE iOtc~l teenagers will ...
soo ibe making education his- :~:'i
story on Grand Bahama
Mike Hynes, Brittney Silvera,
Donnica Dunkley, Tiffany
Mucklow and Francesca Mon-
desir will be the first students
to comnhltp the rionrous two-


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year programme of the presti-
gious International Baccalaure-
ate (IB) organisation.
Three of the students are
completing the full diploma and
two the certificate course.
The IB diploma qualification,
which is recognized by many
hundreds of leading colleges
around the world including
Yale, Harvard, Oxford and
Cambridge, is widely viewed as
a passport to the best university
education available.
The five students are in year
13 at Lucaya International
School (LIS) in Chesapeake
Drive, Grand Bahama.
Three of them are Bahami-
ans, one is Jamaican and one
Canadian. The school has stu-
dents of 21 different nationali-
ties enrolled.
Only two other schools in the
Bahamas offer the IB St
Andrews and Lyford Cay in
New Providence and there are
only two other schools doing so
in the whole of the Caribbean;
in the Dominican Republic and


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the Dutch Antilles.
LIS, which has 230 students -
more than half of whom are
Bahamians, offers the course as
an alternative to the more nor-
mal practice on the island of
children leaving school at the
end of Grade 12 to complete
their studies at the College of
the Bahamas.
The number of schools world-
wide offering the IB has been
growing at more than 10 per.
cent a year and has now
reached 1,746. The number of
students taking the courses now
tops 200,000.
The curriculum that the LIS


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group has worked through
includes two languages, experi-
mental science, math and com-
puter science, social studies and
the arts.
They also have to research
and write a 4,000-word essay,
understand different cultural
perspectives, and complete .a
minimum number of hoursof
community service. I ,
It is a challenging programme
but one which equips students
to prosper in an increasingly
international world.
"Modern technology means
competition for individuals, as
well as for companies and coun-
tries, comes from anywhere in
the world. Young people need
to be readied for that chal-
lenge," said Tony Baron, LIS
school director.
A spokesman for the IB
headquarters in Geneva,
Switzerland, said: "Students
learn more than a collection of
facts. They are encouraged to
ask challenging questions and
develop the ability to commu-
nicate with and understand peo-
ple from other countries and
cultures. All IB students learn a
second language and the skills
to live and work with others
internationally which are.so
essential for life in the 21st Cen-
tury."
Getting IB accreditation for
the school is rigorous under-
taking. Typically it takes more
than two years. All teachers
involved have to be specially
trained and the school is regu-
larly inspected after winning
approval.
LIS has announced that there
are vacancies on the next IB
course starting at the end of
August this year, including
places available for those need-
ing scholarships. Two of the five
sitting exams shortly are schol-
arship students.


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D J MacKinnon
Principal
St Andrew's School
P O Box EE 17340
Nassau

Email DMackinnonOst-andrews.com
fax: (1 242) 3641654
The closing date for applications is 28 March 2006. Applications from unqualified candidates,
applications arriving without the full information requested, or applications received after this date
will not be considered.


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THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2006, PAGE 13


THE TRIBUNE


ELEUTHERA
(Lot No. 42, Lower Bogue)

SAll! that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 42,
S. comprising of about 11,570 sq. ft., this site encompasses a 25 year old single story home comprising of 4 bedrooms, 2
S bathrooms (one incomplete), front room, dining, kitchen and basement area. Total living area is approximately 1,703.66
sq. ft. and basement area about 144 sq. ft. This home is in good condition. The land is flat and on a hill, and is clear of
Small debis. Area is complete with all goods, utilities and services available.
Appraisal: $108,934.00

This property is situated on the northern side of the road leading to the public cemetery and approximately 66 ft westerly.from the main Eleuthera Highway in the
settlement of Lower Bogue.

ELEUTHERA
4i4pi " (Lot No. 62, Lower Bogue)
All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 62,
comprising of about 34,210 sq. ft., this site encompasses a 12 year old single storney home comprising of 4 bedrooms,
3 bathrooms, front room, dining, breakfast room, kitchen and laundry room, with a total living area of approximately
S2,342.06. Property also includes a double car garage, and front entrance with a total sq. ft. of approximately 655.75.
This home is approximately 85% completed. The property is well landscaped with crab grass, fiascos and some fruit
trees.
Appraisal: $235,638.00

This property is situated on the western side of Eleuthera Highway in the settlement of Lower Bogue.

BRAKEN BURY ROAD, BLUE HILL ESTATES
-- (Lot No. 15 Block 11)

All that lot of land having an area of 14,520 sq. ft., being lot no. 15 block 11 of the Subdivision known as and designated
at Blue Hill Estates, the saidsubdivision situated in the western district of New Providence, Bahamas. The property is
comprised of a 20 yr old single family residence consisting of approximately 1,234 sq. ft., of enclused living space with
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living, utility, dining rooms and a Kkitchen. The land is on a grad and level; however the site
appears to be sufficiently elivated to dissalow the possibility of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods of the year.
The grounds are fairly kept, with improvements including, driveway, walkway and low shrubs, Yard is enclosed with chain linked fencing.
Appraisal: $174,592.00

Traveling west on the service road of the Tonique Williams Highway, turn left at the corner just before Original Patties, drive straight over the hill to the end of the
corner. The subject house is the last house at the top of the hill pointed white trimmed green.
CYCLOPS GARDEN
(Nassau)

All that lot of land numbering as "H" being one of several lots in Cyclops Gardens located off the northern side of
.a." Cowpen Road one corner west of Faith Avenue Junction. This property comprise of a two and a half year old single
S. storey duples with a gross floor area of 1,512.42 sq. ft., each unit consisting of 2 bedrooms all wth wall airconditioning
r. .. units, 1 bathroom, living, dining and kitchen building is effectively new.,
SAppraisal: $215,261.00

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

LOT #7 EARLY SETTLERS DRIVE
(Eleuthera)

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





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

BAHAMA SOUND (EXUMA), Lot #7088 situated in Bahama Sound, Exuma section 10 East. Great Exuma approximately 10.5 miles


west of George Town lot is square in shape on elevation of approximately 15 ft., above sea level contains 10,000 sq. ft., No adverse
site conditions noted. This property is single family residence. Property is located on the northwestern side of the Queen's Highway,
about 10.5 miles northwest of George Town. Appraisal: $23,100.00

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

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Penetrating look at modern migration


Bahamian novel.
For many initiate readers, this
immediately brings to mind cer-
tain associations: a focus on local
social issues, a highly lyrical
prose style, a preoccupation with
the natural beauty of the
Bahamas.
But every aspect of Buckner's


The Origins of
Solitude
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prose, the universality of its sub-
ject reveal it to be a timely and
thoroughly "international" work.
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only just been released, but is
already being identified as in the
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giants of late 20th century of
American Literature.
"Has the heir to Don DeLillo
arrived?" the publisher Triple
Press asks on the inside flap of
the novel.
You can expect a certain
amount of hype from a publish-
er when launching a new voice,
but readers should suspend judg-
ment until they have experi-
enced this surprising, arresting,
and assuredly written novel.
Buckner's publisher is not the
only one singing his praises. For-
mer Esquire fiction and Knopf
editor Gordon Lish asks "are
you ready for the peril of the
real?"
Lish ought to know. During
the eighties and nineties he was
known as "Captain Fiction"
among the New York literary
elite and he helped launch many
of the most respected writers of
the time, most notably Raymond
Carver.
At the heart of Buckner's nov-
el is the topical problem of peo-
ple smuggling.
His main characters are a
rough, Bahamian Trader who
uses his sloop to smuggle
Haitians, Cubans and others
through the islands to Florida
for profit.
Many Bahamians will relate
to this man's story,,and may even
recognize the man himself. Then
there is an American film direc-
tor who is making a documen-
tary on people smuggling for
public television.
The Director's intention is to
expose the exploitation of people
caught up in the trade. But along
the way something goes horri-
bly wrong.
He needs to show the entire
story for his viewers, but his
problem is that he is not always
in time to film things.
Or, the things that happen in
front of the camera are not suf-
ficiently entertaining.
He starts to re-stage the events
he has missed, what we all know
as dramatisationn".
And then he starts to manipu-
late things. He starts to turn
immigrants in so he can film
their capture. In seeking out the
"true" story he begins to fabri-
cate.
Most authors spend a lot of
effort developing their lead char-
acters. Buckner does not. In fact
they do not even have names.
They are simply "the Director"


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and "the Trader".
But Buckner is trying to make
a point. In today's world of big
media and big problems it is too
easy for people's individuality to
become lost in the throng; lost
among the hoards.
We are swept away by
tsunamis, by 9-11, by the shear
number of people seeking shel-
ter in a football stadium. You
become a statistic.
Just as the modern world
seems overrun with a faceless
mass, Buckner immerses us in a
sea of people in a beautiful, but
disinterested landscape."
As the book progresses
through the islands and other
locations where the illegal trade
in humans is rife, the director
comes to realise that his film will
just be seen as an entertainment
that will change nothing, while
the Bahamian trader, tough as
the man is, is the only person
helpingpeople escape from their
desperate lives.
Ultimately the novel is about
the redemption of both the
Director and the Trader. It is
about how they bring matters
into focus and begin to see the
individuals and not just the
crowds.
Towards the end, the Trader
brings a group of Cubans and
Dominicans across the Gulf*
Stream at night, close enough
that Miami's blazing lights are
visible on the horizon;
"He sells them his skiff. They
bring the small boat to the side
and lower it into the water. The
Dominicans get in with difficul-
ty they row off towards the string
of spangled lights huddled


together at the centre of the
small craft, keeping their centres
of gravity low, the Cubans upon
the oars as best they can. The
Trader watches the little boat,
the last vessel of their dreams,
he watches the small white tran-
som of it heart-shaped and alone
in the night before the immensi-
ty of the city beyond."
This is not Tom Clancy or
John Grisham. In fact it is not
really even a "story". Not in the
traditional sense.
It is abstract and fragmented;
a post-modern pastiche outiof
which the author hopes to show
us something bigger than the
sum'of the parts. L
Sometimes he falls short,
tripped up by his own ambitious.
Other times Buckner coniee
close, with realistic, alniost jours
nalistic prose set against swe4p
ing canvases of color and lighf
while avoiding sentimentality.
This "impressionist" approach
to writing is what many people
will find difficult about the book.
Yet it is precisely this that'sets it
apart and makes it unusual.
And in one important sense'
this quality is what makes BucJ-
ner correct in naming iif
Bahamian novel.
The Origins of Solitude mfst
be an impressionistic pastiche,
because it charti a space where
two very different worlds overlap
- where the familiar, safe and
modern world confronts the
brutish, primitive and unforgiv-
ing.
The immigration crisis con;
fronting the modern Bahanmas
places it at the crux of this coi-
frontation. and the auth'dr'
account of his inspiration for the
novel illustrates this point!
Buckner describes sitting on
Nassau harbour one evening.
enjoying "all the lights and mod-
em thrust" of Paradise Island.
"Something made me turn
around and look out at the dark
waters of the harbour. And right
in front of me was a Haitian
sloop, packed full of people,
under sail and completely silent.
It was tacking across the harbour
and coming right for me, it was
so different from our world, and
that had a lasting impression."
Garth BuckneJ is holding
book signing today to mark the
official launch of The Origins of
Solitude at the National Art
Gallery in Villa Doyle on West
Hill streetfrom 5.30pm to 730pm.


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Queen's College joy at


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Pupils took to the street yesterday to celebrate
coming second at the Bahamas Association of
Independent Secondary Schools track and field meet


* QUEEN'S College celebrates second place in the BAISS


* THE students of Queens College take ,to the street to celebrate the second place inthe BAISS
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Hotel 'left us at the




altar' for Baha Mar


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

investor behind
the resort devel-
opment on
Eleuthera's for-
mer Club Med property yester-
day told The Tribune that he
hopes to submit final drawings
of the project to the Govern-
ment "within weeks", having
overcome a setback when the
target hotel operating partner
"left us at the altar".
Edward Lauth III, one of the
principal investors in Gover-
nor's Harbour Resort and Mari-
na Ltd, said: "We're going on all
cylinders, all avenues, and hope-
fully we will submit our plans
to the Government within a
couple of weeks, a month, so
that we can get started.
"Right now, I'm focused on
trying to start the project. It's
much larger than anticipated by
anyone, and we're trying to
become the first on the block
in central Eleuthera. Our group
is committed to moving for-
ward, and committed to doing
the project the right way."
Mr Lauth yesterday told The
Tribune that he had to change
strategy for the project, known
as the French Leave Resort,
after six months of negotiations
with Starwood's five-star bou-
tique resort brand, St Regis, for
it to become.the operating part-
ner, were ended by the $1.6 bil-
lion Baha Mar development on
Cable Beach.


Mr Lauth explained that his
project was "left at the altar"
when Baha Mar inserted a ter-
ritorial clause in the contract
with Starwood and its resort
brands to become the hotel
operating partners at Cable
Beach.
Starwood's St Regis will
become one of the hotel brands
at Cable Beach after it is rede-
veloped, and the clause in the
contract with Baha Mar pre-
vented it from also becoming
the operating partner in
Eleuthera, Mr Lauth explained.
He added that his team had
initially planned to hold off
from designing the boutique
French Leave Resort, the pro-
ject centrepiece, until a hotel
operating partner was finalised.
This was to ensure that the
hotel was built to the operating
partner's standards and speci-
fications.
But after the Baha Mar con-
tract "precluded" St Regis from
establishing itself in Eleuthera,
Mr Lauth said: "What we did,
we basically came to the con-
clusion that because we wanted
to start, and had so much inter-
est in the project, the hotel flag
became secondary."
The floor plans, elevation and
site plan have all been worked
out, and the hotel brands Mr
Lauth is now talking to have
been informed. He added that
the project's lead architect,
Bernardo Fort of Miami-based

SEE page 7B


Investment on former Eleuthera

Club Med site firing 'on all

cylinders' and seeking quick

start; working with government

on environmental concerns


1 EDWARD LAUTH III


(FILE photo)


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Government's pro-
posed National Health Insur-
ance (NHI) scheme could dec-
imate the Bahamian life and
health insurance sector, an
industry body has warned,
causing "widespread" unem-
ployment and forcing insur-
ance companies to either exit
the market or cease writing
health insurance.
The Bahamas Insurance
Brokers Association (BIBA),
which represents 20 brokers
including Insurance Manage-
ment and J.S. Johnson,
warned that the NHI scheme
as proposed would effectively
result in a 50 per cent drop in
premium revenue for Bahami-
an private health insurance
carriers.
In a letter to the Prime Min-
ister and Dr Bernard Nottage,
minister of health and nation-
al insurance, BIBA said the
introduction of an NHI
scheme would cause "an
almost immediate reduction"
in the volume of private
health insurance premiums
being written.
Under the proposed NHI


plan, which will be funded by
a 5.3 per cent income tax on a
worker's earned income, split
evenly between employee and
employer, a Bahamian earn-
ing $24,000 per month would
contribute $53 per month to
the NHI, while someone on
$60,000 would contribute
$132.50 per month. Employers
would contribute an equiva-
lent amount.
Drawing on the NHI Blue
Ribbon Commission's report,
which said the average month-
ly private healthcare insurance
premium paid in the Bahamas
was $131, BIBA said: "If the
majority of that risk will now
be shifted to National Health,
the most private health insur-
ers would be able to charge
for a supplemental plan would
be in the area of $60. This
automatically results in a loss
of income in excess of 50 per
cent.
"However, this does not
take into consideration the
fact that many insureds or
employers will discontinue
their private insurance, as the
expense would be too high."

SEE page 8B


'Strong' showing


by Exuma resort


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Four Seasons Emerald
Bay resort in Exuma generat-
ed a "strong improvement" in
gross operating profits and rev-
enue per available room
(RevPAR) during fiscal 2005,
its hotel operator has revealed.
For the.full year to December
31, 2005, Four Seasons said
Emerald Bay managed to shrug
off the fourth quarter impact
from Hurricane Wilma to post
"particularly strong improve-
ments in RevPAR and gross
operating profits, as compared
to the averages" for its man-
aged properties throughout the


But Emerald Bay
suffers weaker
fourth quarter
occupancy because
of hurricanes

Western Hemisphere.
However, it revealed that
Hurricane Wilma and the threat
of other storms did reduce occu-
pancy levels at the Four Sea-


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PRIME Minister Perry
Christie yesterday said there
had been "a tremendous
amount of disappointment" on
the Government's part over the
lack of progress made by devel-
opers of the $75 million resort
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a's Windermere Island.
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* By A FELICITY INGRAHAM
Tribune Business Reporter
SPRING BREAKERS have helped to keep some Nassau
hotels performing at maximum occupancy levels this season,
resorts who are now accommodating them said yesterday.
The Nassau Palm Resort on West Bay Street reported
that it was at 100 per cent occupancy up to press time yes-
terday.
The hotel's general manager, Chris Sharpliss, said business
was very good, and thus far, there had been no problems with
vandalism or bad behaviour.
The small hotel's performance repeats its 2005 statistics, he
said.
The Radisson and Wyndham resorts, part of Baha Mar's
Cable Beach resorts, are also
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$60m education




reform deal to be




signed in April


* By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Business
Reporter
THE $60 million Education
.and Training for Competitive-
ness initiative for the Bahamas
is expected to be signed some
time in April, an Inter-Ameri-
can Development Bank (IDB)
spokesman told Tribune Busi-
ness yesterday. .
George Torres, an IDB offi-
cer with responsibility for the
Caribbean, said the bank was
waiting for Cabinet and Par-
liamentary approval of the pro-
ject before it could be signed
and the funds released.
Concerns were previously


expressed that moving the
Bahamas Technical and Voca-
tional Institute (BTVI) from
under the portfolio of the Min-
istry of Education might
impact the project.
But BTVI, now under the
Ministry of Labour, Immigra-
tion and Training, will still be
an executing agent, and noth-
ing should change to impact
the financial help coming to
that institution, said Ruth Mil-
lar, Permanent Secretary in the
Ministry of Finance.
The technical college is one
of the main focuses of the ini-
tiative, with the IDB advising
that government pass legisla-
tion to make BTVI semi-
autonomous and give it a per-


manent governing body.
An IDB report released late
last year stated that BTVI
must also have a "genuine
partnership" with the private
sector and labour if it is to
properly prepare young
Bahamians to enter the work-
force and compete.
The first phase of the loan
includes an $18 million exten-
sion to the Ministry of Educa-
tion.
Leading up to the much
anticipated signing, IDB
reports criticised the Bahamas'
educational system for not ful-
ly preparing workers to enter
the workforce.
It warned that acute skills
shortages at all levels of the


Spring Break boosts hotels


FROM page 1B
But BahaMar's executive
vice-president of administration
and public affairs, Robert
Sands, said that Spring Breakers
represented a small percentage
of the total occupancy.
The average daily rate at the
Wyndham increased by 12 per
cent; Nassau Beach by 7 per
cent; and the Radisson Resort
increased similarly.
Collectively
Mr Sands said Cable Beach
Resorts collectively hoped to
see a 7 per cent increase in aver-
age room rates.
The Colony Club, known as a


hotel catering mainly to
Bahamians, is also reporting
that Spring Breakers are book-
ing hotel rooms there.
Owner
Owner Richard Petty said
that although his business was
designed to focus mainly on
catering to fellow Bahamians,
he began booking a number of
rooms to Spring Breakers this
week. The Bahamas welcomed
more than 5 million visitors last
year, with total tourist arrivals
increasing by 0.9 per cent.
For the first quarter of 2006,
hotels reported that occupancy
levels are an average of 15 per
cent ahead of 2005.


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Hotels tight-lipped over casino union


* By A FELICITY INGRAHAM
Tribune Business Reporter

BOTH Kerzner International and
Baha Mar, which owns the Crystal
Palace Casino, are remaining tight-
lipped about the Bahamas Associa-
tion of Casino Employees (BACE),
which earlier this week announced
its intentions to sue the Government
for not allowing them to unionise.

President

The association's president, Tyrone


'Rock' Morris, said the Government
would be facing a lawsuit in the "next
several weeks", for violating what it
claims is its potential members' con-
stitutional right to unionise.
But Baha Mar's executive vice-
president of administration and pub-
lic affairs, Robert Sands, said his com-
pany would not get into a public
debate with Mr Morris.
Reiterating similar sentiments,
Kerzner's vice-president of public
affairs, Ed Fields said that over the
years, the industry as a whole has


made representation to the Govern-
ment on the issue.
Mr Sands said when the executives
of both casinos meet on the matter,
they may wish to give a statement at
that time.

Sensitivity

"Due to the sensitivity of the issue,
we do not wish to give any further
comment," said Mr Fields.
While the hotel executives have not
said why they do not support the for-


nation of a casino workers union, the
Government has said it would com-
promise the security of running the
casinos.
For the past five years, BACE has
been agitating for the Government
to allow an estimated 500 casibno
workers to vote on whether the asso-
ciation would become their official
bargaining unit.
But an anonymous casino worker
told Tribine Business that colleagues
are sceptical about following the cur-
rent president's lead.


"The general consensus is that we
would like to have a union, but not
under this leadership," the worker
said, adding that while Mr Morris may
have some supporters, there are many
that would vote against him.
Lobby

Mr Morris said his present lobby
for legal backbone to create a union is
based on the fact that the Govern-
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NAVIGATING A NEW WORLD


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Pricing Information As Of:
15 March 2006
BISX LISTED & TRADED SECURITIES VISIT WWW.BISNBAHAMAS COM FOR MORE DATA & INFORMATION
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX: CLOSE 1.378.13 / CHG -00.42 / ',CHG -00.03 / YTD 27 42 / YTD 0. 02 03
52wk-HI 5v2k-Low Symbol Pre..,,j: Cl:-,se Tooay'j CI.. e Cn..',, Daily Vol EPS3 i D.. i. PE 'l -1-
0.95 0.59 Acac.o Markets 0.59 0 5' 000 872 -1 6i9 O' 0 1.0 i 1 .1
10.52 8.00 Bahamas Property Fund 10.40 10.40 0.00 1.456 0.360 7.1 3.46%
7.24 5.88 Bank of Bahamas 6.97 6.97 0.00 200 0.643 0.330 10.8 4.73%
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 1.18 1.18 0.00 0.070 0.040 16.7 3.42%
9.60 7.96 Cable Bahamas 9.30 9.30 0.00 0.565 0.240 16.5 2.58%
2.20 1.39 Colina Holdings 1.64 1.64 0.00 -0.067 0.000 NM 0.00%
9.69 8.20 Commonwealth Bank 9.38 9.38 0.00 0.861 0.490 10.9 5.22%
5.46 4.12 Consolidated Water BDRs 5.42 5.35 -0.07 0.099 0.045 54.7 0.83%
2.88 1.45 Doctor's Hospital 2.55 2.55 0.00 0.437 0.000 5.8 0.00%
6.21 4.02 Famguard 6.21 6.21 0.00 0.542 0.240 11.5 3.86%
10.99 9.99 Finco 10.99 10.99 0.00 0.738 0.540 14.9 4.91%
11.00 7.50 FirstCaribbean 10.97 '10.97 0.00 0.828 0.500 13.2 4.65%
10.05 7.99 Focol 10.05 10.05 0.00 0.833 0.500 12.1 4.98%
1.27 1.15 Freeport Concrete 1.15 1.15 0.00 -0.162 0.000 N/M 0.00%
10.20 9.60 ICD Utilities 9.50 9.50 0.00 0.526 0.405 18.1 5.68%
9.10 8.22 J. S. Johnson 9.09 9.09 0.00 0.572 0.560 15.9 6.16%
7.00 5.30 Kerzner International BDRs 6.89 6.93 0.04 1,716 0.134 0.000 51.4 0.00%
10.00 10.00 Premier Real Estate 10.00 10.00 0.00 2.036 0.760 4.9 7.60%
Fidelity Oer-The-Courter Securities
52jk-Hi 52wk-Low SSymbol E 0 S sl- i L, r,..:, .,;e EP I C.. i .E .i
13.25 12 25 Banarras Superrr.ark.sls 17 2" 1 _, 1 1 '". 1 '1- -2.
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%
Colina Over-The-Counter Securuiess
43.00 28.00 ABDAB 41.00 43.00 t 1 1- : '. ''0 19 I 0.00%
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%
BISX Listed Mutual Funds
52wk-1Hi 5Zwk-LoAi Fund NameN TC'- L --1 I ',i. DI, I :
1 2909 1 2129 Col'na Money Marker Funa 1 a0869'
2.6662 2.2268 Fidelity Bahamas G & I Fund 2.6662 "*
10.8590 10.0000 Fidelity Prime Income Fund 10.8590***
2.3312 2.1953 Colina MSI Preferred Fund 2.331152**
1 1592 1.1547 Colina Bond Fund 1.159154"***
F INDEX: CLOSE 594.29 I YTD 7 69%6 2005 26 9':9"-.
B'SY r LL SHARE iNDE 19 s,: C.;' = 1 I:' 0 :0J .iI-, i-, 1. ..,.r.,lr. J-: J, 3 J L .. ,
52wk-Hi Highest closing price in last 52 weeks Bid $ Buyinu price of Colina and Fidelit5
52wk-Low Lowest closing price In last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colina and fidelity
Previous Close Previous day's weighted price for dally 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 vleaningful
PIE Closing price divided by the last 12 month earnings FINDEX The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1, 1994 = 103
* AS AT JAN. 31. 2006/ "" AS AT FEB. 28, 2006
* AS AT FEB. 24. 2006/ *. AS AT FEB. 28. 2006/ **** AS AT FEB. 28. 2006
I 'TO TfRAM C0A4 q 02-502-7010 I FIDELITY 242-356-7768


FROM page 1B
sons Emerald Bay resort dur-
ing the 2005 fourth quarter.
In the fourth quarter of
2005, all of the properties under
management in the region expe-
rienced increases in RevPAR
with the exception of Four Sea-
sons Resort Great Exuma at
Emerald Bay, which had weak-
er occupancy due to the threat
of hurricanes in the area," Four
Seasons said.
In a separate matter, Electric
Machinery Enterprises, a whol-
ly-owned subsidiary of Tampa-
based EarthFirst Technologies,


yesterday said it had reached a
$1.1 million settlement oyer
claims relating to electrical work
it performed during the Emer-
ald Bay Resort's construction
Fluor Enterprises and Fitidr
Daniel Caribbean had agreed
to the payment to settle claims
over a legal dispute stemniiig
"from electrical contracting
work completed on the project
site by EME in mid-2004".
In a press release issued last
.year, EME said it had be ,,n
awarded a contract for \work nii
the yacht marina at Emei;ali
Bay.


S[VACANT POSITION]








QUALIFICATIONS
* Baccalaureate Degree in Business Management;
* Certificate in Credit Management or similar years of experience;
* 3 5 years experience in a Hospital or Healthcare setting
preferred;
* Comprehensive knowledge of Credit and Collections procedures;
* Good knowledge of financial aspect, a plus;
* Managerial skills;
* Excellent computer literacy;
* Excellent oral and written communication skills;
* Good customer services skills
POSITION SUMMARY
The successful Candidate will:
* Assess credit standing of both new and existing customers;
* Establish terms having regard to the risk involved and the potential
profit;
* Provide a system for collection of accounts in a manner that
produces optimum cash flow;
* Monitor policies and procedures, goals and objectives,
performance and quality standards on a regular basis;
* Direct, administer and coordinate the activities of the Collectiond
Department;
* Continuously participate in performance improvement activities
to enhance service to our customers throughout the organization
Salary commensurate with experience
Excellent benefits

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TEACHING VACANCY

The Anglican Central Education Authority invites
applications from qualified Teachers for positions
available at St. John's College, St Anne's School, Bishop
Michael Eldon School Freeport and St Andrew's School
- Exuma.

10 Primary
Language/Literature
Mathematics
Biology/General Science
Physical Education
Religious Studies
History/Social Studies
Physics
French
Librarian

Only qualified Teachers, with Bachelor or Master Degrees
from an accredited University or College and Teaching
Certificate need apply.

For further details and application forms, please contact
the Anglican Central Education Authority on Sands Road
at telephone (242) 322-3015/6/7.

Letters of application and/or completed application forms
with copies of required. documents must be sent.by
Friday, March 31st, 2006 to the Anglican Education
Department addressed to:-

The Director of Education
Anglican Central Education Authority
P.O. Box N-656
Nassau, Bahamas


EXPERIENCED COSMETIC
SALES AND MERCHANDISE MANAGER
REQUIRED FOR LARGE RETAILER

Responsibilities:

Ability to communicate with, supervise and
direct employees
Ability to drive cosmetic sales and meet grosS,
profit target
Provide superior customer service to our
clientele
Make purchasing decisions
Represent the Company on buying trips asi
necessary
Regularly visit stores weekly to train and guide'
staff, check displays and stock levels, etc. ;
Review relevant monthly cosmeti- ..
merchandising results

Compensation:

Compensation will reflect experience of candidate.
The benefits package includes medical insurance.

Please submit resume to:

Fax: 242-356-6924

Mail:
SHuman Resources,
Attn: HR3/06
P.O. Box N-3218
Nassau, Bahamas


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in two-day workshop


EXECUTIVES from the
public and private sectors par-
ticipated in a two-day work-
shop last week to hone com-
munications skills.
The seminar, titled Commu-
nications for Busy Executives,
was organised by the Margaret
McDonald Policy Manage-
ment and Administration Cen-
tre (MMPMAC), under the
direction of Albertha Byer.
Held at Causurinas, Cable
Beach, it featured interactive
sessions with speakers such as
public relations executive and
magazine editor Diane Phillips.
In addition to Ms Byer,
Diane Phillips, MMPMAC
information specialist Samara
Mackey. and Permanent Sec-




ture work on the development,
but added: "The problem is that
he moved to dredging, and that
brought in a major concern."
When announced in 2003, the
project was billed as creating
200 construction jobs for
Bahamians, and later 250 per-
manent jobs.
The development was pro-
posed to have a new luxury 50-
Ssuite hotel and spa complex,
together with an up-market res-
idential community, featuring a
Side range of amenities., locat-
ed on 170 acres.
It was supposed to have 52
up-market homes; 31 club cot-
tages; a beach club house;
restaurants, bars, entertainment
facilities, swimming pool, boat
basin; an 18-hole links golf
course; an equestrian centre;
sporting clays/skeet facilities,
tennis courts; and a water sports
activities centre.


retary at the Ministry of
Works, Anita Bernard, who
shared tips for effective written
communications, including
Cabinet papers.
The non-profit MMPMAC
centre aims to build leadership
and management skills, prepar-
ing Bahamian entities for an
increasingly competitive glob-
al business environment.
Representatives from the
Securities Commission and


Water & Sewerage Corpora-
tion, College of The Bahamas,
Attorney-General's Office,
Treasury Department and
Ministry of Works were among
nearly 20 participants.
Other speakers included
Veronica Duncanson, presi-
dent. Laura Jane Marketing;
Mrs Mackey; and Beverly Wal-
lace-Whitfield, MMPMAC
assistant director.
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Legal Notice
NOTICE

GRAND MANSION LIMITED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:
(a) GRAND MANSION LIMITED is in voluntary dissolution
under the provisions of Section 137 (4) of the International Business
Companies Act 2000.
(b) The dissolution of the said company commenced on the 14th March,
2006 when the Articles of Dissolution were submitted to and registered
by the Registrar General
(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Mark Edward Jackman, 1
Raffles Link #05-02, Singapore 039393.
Dated this 16th day of March, A.D., 2006.
Mark Edward Jackman
Liquidator


NOTICE


OFFICIAL OPENING

PROVISION OF EXTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES



The Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation,
(BAIC) invites all firms, who have submitted bids for
the audit of the Corporation's Financial Statements for
the years ending December 31, 2005, 2006 and 2007, to
the Official Opening of the tender packages on:


Monday, March 20, 2006 at ll:00am
at
B.A.I.C.'s Board Room


The Levy Building, East Bay Street


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


-BUSINESS


GONET BANK &


TRUST LIMITED

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
FOR

PRIVATE BANKING/TRUST
ACCOUNTANT
Responsibilities include:-

* Financial controlling and accounting with hands-on approach
* Compile and submit monthly Profit and Loss and Balance Sheet.
* Preparation of client trust and company accounts.
* Private Banking and trust administration and controlling expertise.

Qualifications:-

* Proven experience with a track record in a similar position.
* Qualified as a Chartered Accountant or Certified Public Accountant.
* A minimum of five (5) years post qualification experience gained
in a private banking environment is essential.
* Extensive experience with accounting and administration of a bank
& trust company.
* Significant experience in the preparation of client trust and company
accounts.
* Knowledge of securities, offshore products and services.
* Clear understanding of operational and administrative banking
processes of KYC, AML and risk and control management.
* Familiarity with the relevant local legislation and regulations,
particularly the Trustee Act, 1998, the Financial Transactions
Reporting Act, 2000 and the Bank Supervision guidelines issued
by the Central Bank.
* Strong organisational and supervisory skills.
* Ability to work independently and in a multicultural environment.
* Knowledge of French would be an asset.

Interested qualified candidates are invited to submit a full Resume,
cover letter and two (2) employment references by March 31, 2006
to:-
The Managing Director
Gonet Bank & Trust Ltd.
Bayside Executive Park
P.O. Box N-4837
Nassau, Bahamas
ABSOLUTELY NO TELEPHONE CALLS WILL BE ACCEPTED


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BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION

VACANCY NOTICE

NETWORK SUPPORT ASSISTANT
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
DEPARTMENT FINANCE DIVISION
A vacancy exists in the Corporation for the post of Network Support Assistant
in the Information Technology Services Department Finance Division.

The Network Support Assistant is responsible for assisting with the continuous
operation of the Corporation's computer network system.
Duties for this job may included, but are not limited to the following:
Assisting with the continuous operation and maintenii~e&of the
Corporation's Local and Wide Area Networks (New Providence & Family
Islands).
Troubleshooting and resolving network hardware/software conflicts
Ensuring that all network devices are properly configured ard functioning
Providing end-user support for hardware, software and network access
issues.
Network performance monitoring and the maintenance of corresponding
statistical data.
Maintaining network architecture documentation.
Repairing Personal Computers and peripheral equipment.
Monitoring and maintaining computer equipment inventory/supplies
Identifying and recommending Information Technology solution

Job minimum requirements include:
A minimum of an Associate Degree with concentration in Computer
Science or the successful completion of a 1-2 year Community
College/Technical
A minimum of 3-5 years experience maintaining LAN/WAN environment.
Network + and/or A+ Certification (Cisco CCNA a plus).
Sound technical knowledge of network and computer operating systems
Demonstrates knowledge of the operation and function of standard
networking equipment.
Sound knowledge of the office automation software such as the Microsoft
Office suite.
Troubleshooting skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Knowledge of effective user support services

Interested persons may apply by completing and returning the Application form
to: The Manager, Human Resources & Training, Head Office, Blue Hill
and Tucker Roads, P.O. Box N-7509, Nassau Bahamas, on or before Friday,
March 31, 2006.
Human Resources Department,
March 14,2006
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invites applications for the position of
BRANCH OPERATIONS MANAGER

PROFILE:
S Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or Finance
10 years retail banking experience with a minimum of 3 years in a
managerial position

S RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
ADMINISTRATION, OPERATIONS & SALES SUPPORT
o Functional responsibility for the day-to-day management of the
branch
o Training, coaching and assessment of Sales SuppqrtStaff
o Monitoring cash limits
o Accurate and timely processing of all accounting entries, banking
fees & service charges
o Compliance reviews for new and continuing accounts to ensure
adherence to Central Bank Anti-Money Laundering Guidelines,
KYC requirements of FTRA/FTRR and Fidelity's internal
instructions
o Reporting losses and exceptional occurrences
o Reporting on business development & financial results


* CREDIT
o Review of loan documentation
o Disbursement of loan proceeds

* OTHER
o Sales initiatives and business development
o Review of workflows and procedures
o Maintain and update all procedure/training manuals
o Monitor dormant accounts


* TIME ALLOCATION
o Sales=15%
o Customer Service=20%
o Operations/Administration=35%


o Training & Coaching=15%
o Change Management=15%


BACKUP FOR
o Service Centre Manager
Compensation package will include a competitive salary, together
with a comprehensive range of benefits.

Send resume no later than March 21 2006 to:
Human Resources Department

51 Frederick Street
P.O. Box N-4853
Nassau
Fax 326.3000
e-mail: careersfidelitybahamas.com


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CAREER OPPORTUNITY
General Manager

An excellent opportunity exists for a General Manager in a progressive
and dynamic aviation services company with emphasis on ground
handling.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the successful applicant will be a
results-oriented individual keen to take responsibility for providing vision,
leadership and direction for a Company employing just over 200 people.
Key responsibilities include formulating and translating the strategic.
and tactical business plans into operational realities; developing strategic.
relationships within and without the industry; taking advantage of
significant growth opportunities; While developing and enhancing the
Company's reputation with Clients and Shareholders, as an enterprise
of high quality standards and service.

Required Qualifications & Experience.
The candidate should be an experienced manager with sound experience
in the aviation/airline/airline service industry, a thorough understanding
of international and regional aviation challenges, and an in-depth
knowledge of IATA councils and regulations.

* A University degree in Business, Management or its equivalent with
S5-7 years' experience at a senior management level OR a sound
'secondary education backed by 10 years' experience at a senior
management level.

* Excellent leadership, negotiation, oral and written communication
skills

* Demonstrated capability to interface and maintain effective and
productive relationships with clients and staff

* Strategic and systems thinking including the ability to translate
the big picture to details to propel the company's future growth
and success

* Strong quantitative skills, analytical, and problem-solving ability

We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package and the
unique opportunity to join a leading Bahamian aviation services enterprise.

Contact Information
If you believe that you meet the above profile, please submit a detailed
application including a covering letter and C.V. outlining your
professional background and achievements to:

DA#9295
c/o The Tribune
P.O. Box N-3207
Nassau, Bahamas

The closing date for applications is March 23, 2006.

All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2006, PAGE 7B


THE TRIBUNE


Hotel 'left us at the altar' for Baha Mar


FROM page 1B
Arquitectonica, will be in
Eleuthera on Tuesday to devel-
op the final site layout.
Mr Lauth also moved to reas-
sure sceptics that the project
would happen, saying that a
sales team was already
employed and a "full-time per-
son" in Nassau had been iden-
tified to head up the construc-
tion work.
Paul Thompson, the Lyford
Cay Club's former managing
director, had also left his post to
join the project.
Mr Lauth said the project was
also awaiting final government
approvals for its proposed mari-
na at Savannah Sound, the
Prime Minister having indicated
in the House of Assembly that
environmental concerns over
this aspect of the development
had hindered its progress.
Mr Lauth said he was work-
ing with the Bahamas Environ-
ment, Science and Technology
(BEST) Commission to resolve
any environmental concerns
over the proposed Savannah
Hill Marina and Club House.
He added that conversations
with a government-appointed
environmental engineer indi-
cated that there were no con-


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cerns about "any negative envi- ed to know whether the project
ronmental impact" from the would have marinas at both
Savannah Sound marina, Governor's Harb"our and
despite its proximity to turtle Savannah Sound.
breeding grounds and bone- The development, which ini-
fishing flats. tially had a $40 million tag
Responding to questions in attached to it when the Heads
the House of Assembly from of Agreement was signed in
north Eleuthera MP Alvin March 2004, will feature two
Smith, Prime Minister Perry marinas one on the Caribbean
Christie said the.Savannah sea side at Governor's Harbour,
Sound marina was "fraught with, featuring about 120 slips, and
environmental implications". another on the Atlantic Ocean
"On the face of it, it chilled side at:Savannah Hill.
my blood, the prospect of envi-, :. ,He added that the develop-
ronmental interference with; ..ers had held twxo town meetings
nature in that part, of with Eleu.tera residents to
Eleuthera," Mr Christie said. inform them of their plans, and


Development
"The development was sub-
ject to the most intense envi-
ronmental scrutiny....." The
Prime Minister said the Savan-
nah Sound marina had not been
part of the initial project as pre-
sented to the Government.
Mr Lauth yesterday told The
Tribune that no tourist devel-
opment in central Eleuthera
had ever had a marina on the
Atlantic sea side, and the
Savannah Sound location "will
be critical to the long-term suc-
cess of our project".
Prospective clients had want-


Received "unanimous support".
"The people in Savannah
Sound have been very support-
ive. They want the jobs," Mr
Lauth said. He was backed in
this by a source who last year
told The Tribune that a little
dredging of the Sound would,
be welcomed, as it was curpept
ly clogged from sand driven
there by recent hurricanes from
Windermere Island.
The source added of the pro-
posed marina: "It would reju-
venate the whole of Savannah
Sound. People have no jobs. We
need a shot in the arm."
The Savannah Sound marina
would be small, Mr Lauth said


yesterday, providing direct
access to the Atlantic for yachts
and boats through the channel
already in existence, and "min-
imal dredging" will be required.
The ormer Club Med site
had al ady been cleared, Mr
Lauth id, adding that the pro-
ject ha already been reduced
in size :o "reduce density and
increat quality". Between 80-
120 residential units will inhab-
it the (ub Mhed site.
He adJed that no building
would: be taller than twp
stores, as the project aimed :
respect Bahamian architects
!an'd history, blending in with
what was already on Eleutherai
'If we get a green light on,the
marina it will be open within a
year," Mr Lauth said. "And the
hotel within two years of con-
struction starting."


Must know CAD and have good
communications and presentation skills.

Experience in the automotive
industry is a plus.

Please send resume to
P.O. Box N-4910,
Nassau, Bahamas

or email it to: rgagnon@ucftrading.com


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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

IN THE ESTATE OF EDWIN TOWNSEND
WOODRUFF, late of No. 46 George Street, Nassau,
The Bahamas. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having any claim
or demand against the above Estate are required to send the same
duly certified in wirting to the undersigned on or before the 27th
of April 2006, after which daqte the Executor will proceed to
distribute the assets having regard only to the claims of which
they shall then have had notice.
And Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to
the said Estate are requested to make full settlement on or before
the dae hereinbefore mentioned.

ALEXIOU, KNOWLES & Co.
Attorneys for the Co-Executors
Chambers
St. Andrew's Court
Frederick Street Steps ., 'l ',
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citigroup


Citigroup, a leading financial institution with a presence in over 100 countries
and over 100 million customers worldwide, is seeking candidates for the
following positions:


Legal Vehicles Coordinator


Reporting to the Legal Vehicle Manager, the selected candidate will be
responsible for all coordination and administration tasks, ensuring that the
unit implements, manages and ensures corporate governarice, practices that
meet the highest ethics and principals, in conformity with all legal requirements.
Key responsibilities include managing all unit level reporting requirements;
database maintenance, managing all related documentation and handling
all other related administrative requirements.

Requirements include excellent administration, interpersonal :and
communications skills as well as strong time management and organizational
skills. A degree in business administration, finance or a related field with a
minimum of four years of related experience is needed. Additionally, excellent
knowledge of the local regulatory environment is required.

Offshore Operations Coordinator

This position is responsible for coordinating and controlling the use of
Citigroup's offshore legal vehicles locally by our Latin American region and
it reports to the Latin American Offshore Operations Head. Primary
responsibilities include the review and assessment of all legal vehicles
activity for suitability and alignment with the general purpose of the vehicle,
ensuring the activity meets all local regulatory and internal requirements,
assessing the requirements to process and report the activity and managing
all/local documentation requirements.

The position requires the following skills/knowledge: comprehensive banking
experience including exposure to finance, risk, credit, operations and tax;
strong accounting and financial analysis skills, excellent judgement/decision
making skills and strong knowledge of the' local regulatory environment.
Additional requirements include a masters-level degree in business
administration or finance and a minimum of seven years related experience.
A'CFA/CPA designation, legal background and Spanish language skills are
assets for the position, but not required.

Interested candidates should fax OR forward a copy of their resume to
Human Resources, P.O. Box N-1576, Nassau, The Bahamas; fax: 242-302-
8132. The deadline to submit resumes is March 31, 2006.


BUSNES


IN THE MATTER OF The Companies Act, 1992

IN THE MATTER OF DOMINION INVESTMENTS (NASSAU) LTD.
(In Liquidation) ("the Company")

Notice is hereby given that a Petition for the winding up of the above-named
Company having its registered office at Sassoon House, Shirley Street and
Victoria Avenue, Nassau, The Bahamas, was on the 28th day of February 2006,
presented to the Court by the Company

And that the Petition is directed to be heard before a Justice of the Supreme
Court in the City of Nassau in the Island of New Providence, The Bahamas on
the 4th day of April 2006 at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon and any creditor or
contributory of the Company wishing to support or oppose the making of an
Order on the said Petition may appear at the time of the hearing in person or by
his legal counsel for that purpose; and a copy of the Petition will be furnished by
the undersigned to any creditor or contributory of the Company requiring such
copy on payment of the prescribed charge for the same.
Mr. George Clifford Culmer
Provisional Liquidator
c/o Lennox Paton
Attorneys-at-Law
Fort Nassau Centre
Marlborough Street
P.O. Box N-4875
Nassau, The Bahamas

NOTE: Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said
Petition must serve or send by post to the above-narried, notice in
writing of his intention to do so, which notice must be received not
later than 4:00 p.m. on the 3rd day of April 2006. The notice must
state the address of the person intending to appear and shall be
signed by him or by his attorney.






ACCOUNTANT WANTED


Our client is a globally operating Investment Fund leading
in the areas of Health, Wellness and Nutrition, operating
but of offices in Nassau The Bahamas, Geneva -
Switzerland, Auckland New Zealand. The setup of a
lew fund which, will more than double committed capital
o over US$ 1 billion, requires formation of a team of
professionals in their Nassau office.

An opportunityarises for a qualified accountant to provide
accounting services to the fund, associated companies
and their shareholders in Nassau. The role represents a
Ground floor opporthity' in"the establishment of a physical
presence in Nassau and will provide an exciting challenge
to an ambitious accountant who is looking to gain entry
to a successful and fast growing international team.

The successful candidate will be Bahamian or will have
She right to work in The Bahamas, be fully qualified (USA
CPA, Canadian or UK CA or equivalent), and will have
gained some sound practical experience in an audit firm,
commercial or industrial business, particularly closing
IFRS Financial Statements and/or auditing them, and be
familiar with valuation techniques and the practice of
Investment Fund accounting. The candidate must be able
to demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication
and first class English language skills (other language
skills will be a plus), PC literacy including Spreadsheets
and Word Processing and an attention to details. The
position calls for a young but mature executive with lots
of energy and willingness to work whatever hours may
be necessary, as transactional circumstances require, in
order to get the job done accurately and on time, as
portfolio companies are located in Europe, Asia and
Oceania.

The terms and conditions of employment will be
commensurate with the qualifications and experience of
the applicant and will be attractive to the right candidate.

Please send or deliver detailed CV to The Chairman, The
Winterbotham Trust Company Lirmiited, Winterbotham
Place, Marlborough & Queen Street, P.O. Box N-3026,
Nassau, The Bahamas or email to chairman@vip-wtb.com.


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MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT & AVIATION


NOTICE
PROPOSAL TO CHANGE A SHIP'S NAME
The Director of Maritime Affairs for the Commonwealth
of The Bahamas, hereby gives notice that in consequence
of the owner's personal choice, application has been
received under Section 42 of the Merchant Shipping Act,
Chapter 268 in respect of the ship "BRALI" Official
Number 731024 Gross Tonnage 31248 Register Tonnage
14801 owned by Cordova Vessel Limited Partnership,
with its principal place of business at One North Lasalle
Street #2700, Chicago, Illinois 60602, U.S.A. for
permission to change her name to "CHAMPION BRALI"
registered at the port of Nassau in the said new name as
owned Cordova Vessel Limited Partnership.

Any objection to the proposed change of name must be
sent to the Director of Maritime Affairs, P.O. Box N-
4679, Nassau, N.P. The Bahamas within seven days from
the appearance of this notice.

Dated at Nassau this 7th Day of March, 2006.


Ken McLean
Director of Maritime Affairs


FROM page 1B

BIBA added: "Reduced pre-
mium volume translates to
reduced profits and a reduction
of benefits available in order to
reduce undue exposure to risk.
Reduced premium volumes
would also result in a wide-
spread loss of jobs throughout
the industry, within the insur-
ance companies themselves, as
well as.within brokerage and
agency firms."
Scheme
Among the potential impacts
from an NHI scheme and
reduced private insurance pre-
mium volume, BIBA warned,
were that reinsurers would pull
out of the Bahamian life and
health market due to the reduc-
tion in risk spread.


And to stay in, they would
demand that Bahamian health
insurance companies pay a
higher reinsurance premium,
eroding their bottom line.
Premium taxes paid to the
Government would also reduce,
along with business licence fees,
while "many insurance brokers"
might be forced to close.
"Private insurers would pull
out of the market or cease writ-
ing private health insurance
altogether," BIBA warned.
"Net Result? The removal of a
sector of the economy that is
currently working. This sector
contributes greatly to the over-
all GNP.
"This is not an idle worry; this
is a fact. Both Canada and the
UK have had limited private
insurance availability, and this
sector is just now, after some
30 years, beginning to grow
back as people grow weary of


the long waits associated with
their socialised medicine. Can
our economy afford this loss?"
Members
In a March 10 letter to Prime
Minister Perry Christie, BIBA's
president, Jeanine Lampkin,
said that 65 per cent of the
Association's members were
small companies employing 10
workers or less.
"As many of our members
are small in size, and also place
individual as well as group
health insurance coverage, it is
anticipated that the National
Health Insurance scheme will
have a great impact on our busi-
nesses, as well as our liveli-
hood," Ms Lampkin said.
BIBA's opposition to the
NHI scheme as currently pro-
posed, in addition to the con-
cerns of the Medical Associa-


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Principal Dimensions
Length Overall: 61.0 feet
Breadth: 18.0 feet
Engine (2) Detroit Diesel 12V71 recently rebuilt
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MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

ADVERTISEMENT FOR CHINESE
GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP

The Chinese Government in conjunction with the
Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas has decided to
grant the Bahamian government with one (1)
scholarship during the 2006/2007 academic year.
The scholarships are geared towards persons pursuing
any area of study, who are below the age of 25 years
for the undergraduate studies and below the age of
35 years for the graduate studies.

Interested persons may contact the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs for application forms.

Please be advised that the original application form
and one copy should be submitted along with the
follow documents (in duplicate):

Two (2) letters of recommendation
Diploma of most advanced studies
Transcripts
Physical examination record for foreigner

Completed applications and documentation should
be submitted to the:

Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
P.O. Box N-3746
East Hill Street
Nassau, Bahamas

Attention: Technical Assistance and Cooperation
Unit

Applicants should note that the deadline for
submission of applications is Friday, 31st March
2006.


tion of the Bahamas (MAB),
business community and the
pharmacists, is likely to mean
that the plan will be impossible
to implement.
BIBA also drew attention to
two points The Tribune and oth-
ers have repeatedly banged ohf
about, namely that as the Blue
Ribbon Commission itself
admitted, the National Insur-
ance Board's (NIB) high admir(-
istration costs and inefficiencies
in the public health care system
mear that NHi is not feasible:
The insurance industry body
also warned that NHI coverage
was likely to be abused, lead-
ing to over usage and higher
expenses, resulting in high con-
tribution rates being imposed
on Bahamian business and the
public.
BIBA added: "In every
national health scheme in exis-
tence, there exists long waiting
times for care. With.the private
insurance market coming to a
virtual halt, there is the real
danger that many of th:e
advances made in the private
health care industry in our
country will come to a stand-
still. New technology, medi-
cines, equipment, facilities will
not be as forthcoming as they
were in the past.
"In addition, the public health
care system will see a tremep-
dous influx of persons who were
previously treated privately,
thus resulting in a shortage of
health care, availability."
Noting that the Blue Ribbon
Commission's report acknowl-
edged that private health insur-
ance had grown because
Bahamians believed it gave
them access to better quality
health care, BIBA said the
number of physicians listed in
the Bahamas Handbook had
increased firm 53 in 1979 to
178. This had caused an
improvement in technology and
healthcare facilities.
"It is our opinion that the
growth in health care experi-
enced in the Bahamas over the
last 30 years has been because
of the increased ability to pay
for it, due in large part to pri-
vate health insurance," BIBA
said.
"There is no doubt that
National Health Insurance will
stifle or perhaps even reverse
this growth trend. Every year,
Canada loses 10 to 15 per cent
of their tqaed medical practi-
tioners to other countries. Will
the Government be satisfied
with replacing the loss of quali-
fied Bahamians with foreigner
physicians?
"Can we depend on Govern-
ment to invest hundreds of
thousands of dollars to bring in
new medical technology and
equipment when they will also
be preoccupied with maintain-
ing the cost of National
Health?"
Rather than the proposed
NHI scheme', BIBA suggested
three solutions, one of which is
to make private medical insur-
ance mandatory, at least to the
basic coverage level proposed
by NHI.
If the number of employers
providing group health plans
increased from the current 20
per cent to 100 per cent, BIBA
said this would increase the tax
base and spread the risk for
Bahamian insurance carriers.
Employment would rise, and
the premium tax would also
increase, providing the Gov-
ernment with funds to cover the
elderly and indigent.
Other options identified by
BIBA were to limit the NHI
plan to cover catastrophic ill-
nesses only, or to implement it
only for retirees, the indigent,
unemployed and substandard
risks only.


National Health




plan to 'decimate'




insurance sector


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MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
BAHAMAS GOVERNMENT SOLID WASTE
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME


INVITATION FOR TENDERS

The Government of the Bahamas has recieved 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. Central Eleuthera Sanitary Landfill;
2. South Eleuthera Sanitary Landfill;
3. South Andros (Kemps Bay) Sanitary Landfill;
4. South Andros (Mangrove Cay) Sanitary Landfill; and
5. Great Inagua Regional Landfill


The Project Execution Unit, under the auspicies of the 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 provisions of service, financed
by this program, will be subject tot he provisions of this loan Contarct.

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

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

Interested Tenderers may purchases a complete set of tender documents by submitting
a written application to the Department of Environmental Health Serices 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, March 10th, 2006.

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

* "Tenders for the Construction of Central Eleuthera Sanitary Landfill";
* "Tenders for the Construction of South Eleuthera Sanitary Landfill";
S" Tenders for the Construction of South Andros (Kemps Bay) Sanitary Landfill";
S" Tenders for the Construction of South Andros (Mangrove Cay) Sanitary Landfill";
and
* "Tenders for the Construction of Great Inagua Regional Landfill:

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 4:00 pm on Monday, April
3rd, 2006. All tenders must be submitted in triplicate. Tenders will be opened at
10:00 am on Tuesday, April 4th, 2006 at the office of the Tenders Board, Ministry
of Finance. The Government reserves the right to reject any or all Tenders.


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Bahamas will host CAIC





meeting for the first time


THE Bahamas will for the first time host the regional



NOTICE

IN THE ESTATE OF BERTRAM
BOWE late of Golden Gates No. 2 in
the Southern District of the Island of
New Providence one of the Islands of
the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Deceased

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claim or demand against the above Estate
are required to send the same duly certified in
Writing to the Undersigned on or before the 20th
day of April A.D. 2006 after which date the
Executors will proceed to distribute the assets
having regard only to the claims of which they
shall then have had notice.

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

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



NOTICE OF SALE


The Town Court Management Company (hereafter "the
company") invites offers for the purchase ALL THAT Unit
Number B-26 of The Town Court Condominiums situated
on Nassau Street in the Western District of the Island of
New Provideice being a two bedroom/one bath apartment
unit together with ALL THAT 1.60% share in the common
property of the Condominiums.

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

The Company will sell under Power of Sale contained in
a Declaration of Condominium of Town Court
Condominiums dated 8th October 1979 which is recorded
in Book 3189 at pages 366 to 405.

TERMS: Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price at the
time of contract and the balance upon completion within
Sixty (60) days of contract.

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

Interested persons may submit written offers addressed to
the Attorney SSS, P.O. Box N-272, Nassau, Bahamas to be
received no later than the close of business on the 18th day
of March, A.D., 2006.





NOTICE OF SALE


The Town Court Management Company (hereafter "the
company") invites offers for the purchase ALL THAT Unit
Number C-53 of The Town Court Condominiums situated
on Nassau Street in the Western District of the Island of
New Providence being a one bedroom/one bath apartment
unit together with ALL THAT 1.35% share in the common
property of the Condominiums.

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

The Company will sell under Power of Sale contained in
a Declaration of Condominium of Town Court
Condominiums dated 8th October 1979 which is recorded
in Book 3189 at pages 366 to 405.

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

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

Interested persons may submit written offers addressed to
the Attorney S. Smith, P.O. Box N-272, Nassau, Bahamas
to be received no later than the close of business on the
18th day of larch, A.D., 2006.


meeting of the Board of Direc-
tors for the Caribbean Associa-
tion of Industry and Commerce
(CAIC) on April 20-21.
Tanya Wright, the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce's presi-
dent, who is a CAIC director
and vice-president, said the
meeting came at a time whefi
the Caribbean was looking for
the Bahamas to play a greater
role in the body. CAIC is the
umbrella organisation for pri-
vate sector representative bod-
ies in the Caribbean.
Mrs Wright said in a state-
ment: "We are looking forward
to hosting this delegation when
they meet in Nassau on April
20-21. We are especially pleased
that this meeting takes place
during our 35th annual
Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce week. "This year's
Chamber week promises to be
one of the busiest and best. It is
has packed programme with
various member and VIP recep-
tions, the second annual Busi-
ness Development Seminar and
Franchise show, the CAIC and


Chamber presidents meeting,
and the inaugural Globalisation
Conference....."
The Chamber Week is sched-
uled for April 19 25, 2006. The
US Embassy and Bahamas
Development Bank have part-
nered with the Chamber for the
Business Development Semi-
nar and Franchise show. The
Chamber said it was aiming to
establish formal relationships
with the Dingman Centre and
US Department of Commerce
during this event. Speakers
include Asher Epstein, manag-
ing director of the Dipgman
Centre for Entrepreneurship at
the University of Maryland;
Ronald Langston, national
director of the Minority Busi-
ness Development Agency, US
Department of Commerce; and
John Hayes, Hayes Marketing
Services (Franchising expert).
The Globalisation Confer-
ence is scheduled for April 24-
25 at the Radisson Cable Beach
Resort, under the theme, Glob-
alisation and Competitiveness:
The 21st Century Bahamas. A


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
2005/CLE/gen/No. FP/107
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Common Law & Equity. Division
BETWEEN
J.S. JOHNSON & COMPANY LIMITED
Plaintiff
AND
RICARDO PATTON
Defendant

NOTICE
To: RICARDO PATTON
Nassau, Bahamas
TAKE NOTICE that an action has been commenced against
you in The Supreme Court of The Commonwealth of the Bahamas,
intituled 2005/CLE/gen/No. FP/107 by J.S. JOHNSON &
COMPANY LIMITED .v RICARDO PATTON in which the
Plaintiff claims:
The balance due and owing to the Plaintiff by virtue of a
Promissory Note dated the 26th February, 2003.
AND that by order dated the 12th day of December, 2005 leave
was granted for service of the writ of summons in the said action
on you be effected by this advertisement.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that you must within Fourteen
(14) days from the date of this notice (inclusive of the day of
such publication), acknowledge service of the said writ of
summons by entering an appearance at The Registry of the Supreme
Court situate at the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre, Freeport,
Grand Bahama and on the Firm of Counsel and Attorneys whose
name and address appears below, otherwise judgement may be
entered against you.
McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes
Chambers
Chancery House
The Mall
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Attorney for the Plaintiff



COMMOWVE'ALTH OF-THE BAHAMAS .
2005/FAM/div/No. FP/31
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Family Division
BETWEEN
FREDERICK EDWARD WOOD JR.
Petitioner
AND

SHARLANE WOOD (NEE WILSON)
Respondent


NOTICE

TO: SHARLANE WOOD (NEE WILSON)
Nassau, Bahamas

TAKE NOTICE that a Petition has been filed in the Registry of
The Supreme Court by Messrs. McKinney Bancroft & Hughes
Counsel and Attorneys for the Petitioner herein AND FURTHER
TAKE NOTICE that the Court by order dated the Ist March,
A.D. 2006 have granted leave to advertise the said Petition. You
should within Fourteen (14) days from the date of this notice
enter an appearance at The Registry of the Supreme Courte situate
at the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre, Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Should you fail to enter an appearance, the Court shall make such
order as it deems fit.

McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes
Chambers
Chancery House
The Mall
Freeport, Grand Bahama
Attorneys for the Petitioner


Member reception will be held
on Wednesday, April 19, and
the week will feature a Gala
Banquet on April 22, with


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Common Law & Equity Division


awards presented for Outstand-
ing Businessperson and Devel-
oping Entrepreneur of the Year.
**********


2005
CLE/GEN/01361


NOTICE

THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1959

IN THE MATTER OF ALL THOSE two (2) pieces
parcels or lots of land containing by admeasurement
One and Two Hundred and Eighty-eight Thousandths
(1.288) acres situate on the Western side of the Main
Public Road and approximately One Hundred and
Forty (140) feet North of N.G.M. Major High School
in the vicinity of St John's Anglican Church in the
Settlement of Buckley's, in the Island of Long Island,
one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas;
AND
IN THE MATTER OF the Quieting Titles
Act, 1959
(Chapter 357 of the Statute Laws of
the Commonwealth of The Bahamas);
AND
IN THE MATTER OF the Petition of Peter Leon Strachan

PETER STRACHAN claims to be the owner in fee
simple in possession of the tract of land hereinbefore described
and the Petitioner has applied to the Supreme Court to have his
title to the said land investigated under Section 3 of the Quieting
Titles Act, and nature and extend thereof determined and declared
in a Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court in accordance
with the provisions of the said Act.
Copies of the Plan may be inspected during normal
office hours at the following places:
1. The Registry of the Supreme Court, Ansbacher House,
East Street North in the City of Nassau; and
2. The Chambers of Lincoln Bethel & Co, Malcolm
Building, Bay Street & Victoria Avenue in the City of Nassau,
Bahamas.
Notice is hereby given that any person having dower
or right to dower or an adverse claim or a claim not recognized
in the Petition shall before the 30th day of March, A.D., 2006
file in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner or his
Attorney a Statement of his or here claim in the prescribed form,
verified by an Affidavit and other related documents to be filed
therewith. Failure of any such persons to file and serve a Statement
of his or her claim together with the other related documents on
or before the 30th day of March, A.D., 2006, will operate as a
bar to such claim.
DATED the 17th day of February, A.D., 2006.

LINCOLN BETHEL & CO.
CHAMBERS
MALCOLM BUILDING
BAY STREET & VICTORIA AVENUE
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
ATTORNEYS FOR THE PETITIONER


KINGSWAY ACADEMY
Positions For September 2006
Kingsway Academy invites qualified applicants for the following
positions for September, 2006
Elementary School:
Teacher for Grades 1- 6
High School Teachers:
Auto Mechanics and Woodwork
Biology
English Language and Literature
Food and Nutrition and Needlework
Information Technology and Economics
Music
Religious Studies and Bible/Christian Values
Track and Field Coach Part-time
Librarian/Media Specialist Knowledge of Computer
Studies a must

Successful applicants must:
Be a practicing, committed born-again Christian
Have minimum qualifications of a Bachelor's Degree
in the appropriate subject areas or higher from a
recognized college or university
Have a valid teacher's certificate or diploma where
appropriate
Be willing to participate in extra curricular activities,
etc.

Applications must be made in writing together with full
curriculum vitae, a recent color photograph and names of at
least three references, one being that of your Church Pastor
to:
Ms Kelcine Hamilton
Academy Affairs Manager
P.O. Box N-4378
Nassau, Bahamas
For further information, please contact the Business Office
at' telephoneD numbers 324-6269 or 324-6887.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS
FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2006


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THE Lord's House of Faith
were late entrants in the Baptist
Sports Council's 2006 basket-
ball league, but they are playing
like veterans at the Charles W.
Saunders High School, Jean
Street.
So far, Lord's House of Faith
has built a reputation as the
team to watch. On Saturday,
they pushed their unblemished
record to 3-0 to lead the men's
vice president division as they
clobbered Macedonia 50-41.
Pastor Arthur Duncombe
came out for his first game and
had an immediate impact,
pouring in 12 points with a pair
of dunks and another a couple
block shots. Ricardo Munroe
led the way with a game high 18
and Don Dorsette added 10.
For Macedonia, who
dropped to 1-3, Leon Rahming
had 16. Frisco MaKay added
seven.
New Bethlehem stayed close
in the standings behind Lord's
House of Faith by pulling off a
32-31 overtime victory over
Evangelistic Centre. In other
divisional games, Calvary Bible
nipped Mt. Nebo 37-35 and
Bahamas Harvest got by New
Mount Zion 44-33.
In the men's president divi-
sion, first year Temple Fellow-
ship pushed their defeated
record to 5-0 with a 47-43 deci-
sion over Faith United; St.
Mark's got their first victory
with a 45-43 triumph over Pil-
grim Temple Full Gospel and
St. Paul's defeated Golden
Gates 29-23.
With the pennant already
clinched by last year's runners-
up First Baptist, defending
champions Macedonia continue
to bounce back from their sea-
son opening loss, beating
Transfiguration 40-36 to remain
in second place.
In the 15-and-under division,
Mt. Nebo stayed undefeated,
while handing Golden Gates
their first loss in a low scoring
11-8 decision and St. Paul's held
off Ebenezer 22-20.
Here's a summary of some
of the games played:
St. Mark's 45, Pilgrim 43:
Marvin Whymms scored 12
and Sheldon Brown scored
eight to lead St. Mark's in a
nail-biter.
Rashad Ferguson had a
game high 14 in the loss and
Travis Evans added 11.
Calvary Bible 37, Mt. Nebo
35: Monty Ferguson scored just
four points, but his final two
turned out to be the game win-
ning basket for Calvary Bible.
Marvin Nairn led the way with
13. Garvin Taylor added sev-
en.
Ian Pinder had a game high
16 in the loss. Walter Charlton
added eight.
New Bethlehem 32, Evange-
listic Centre 31: Deangelo Dun-
combe scored the game win-
ning basket just before the final
buzzer to lift New Bethlehem in
overtime. The score was tied
at 27-27 at the end of regula-
tion.
Harry Sands had nine to lead
Evangelistic Centre.
Temple Fellowship 46, Faith
United 20: Andrew Smith
scored 20 points and Carl Hor-
ton had eight in the win for
Temple Fellowship.
Rohn Bethel had seven in
the loss.
Bahamas Harvest 44, New
Mt. Zion 33: Shawn Smith,
Imari Thompson and Alfred
Forbes provided a 1-2-3 punch
to lead Bahamas Harvest.
Ricardo Rolle, Luke
Hutchinson and Mario Davis
led the way for New Mt. Zion.
Macedonia 40, Transfigura-
tion 36: Mario Curry poured in
12 points; Cordero Thompson
had seven; Leon Rahming
added six and Craig Knowles
chipped in with five.
For Transfiguration, Philip
Taylor had 10; Moe Minnis had
seven and Edward Beneby had
six.
St. Paul's 22, Ebenezer 20:
Patrick Smith and C Walker
both scored six to lead St. Paul's
15-and-under.
Ricardo Hepburn had six
and Lajonti Stuart added five'in
the loss for Ebenezer.


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NOTICE is hereby given that WISNER DECIUS OF
SUNLIGHT VILLAGE, EAST 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 16TH day of MARCH, 2006 to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


NOTICE
NOTICE is, hereby given that GUSTAVO CABERA
RODRIGUEZ OF LEEWARD EAST, P.O. BOX N-3211,
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 9TH day of MARCH,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that VERNANTE CALIX, 1137 SW
44 TR DAVIE, FL 33317, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 16TH day of MARCH, 2006 to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


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NOTICE is hereby given that RAMSEY ETIENNE OF MEETING
STREET & BLUE HILL ROAD #6, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is
applying to the Minister'responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should send
a written and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight
days from the 16TH day of MARCH, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MS. CELIAE LUCIENNE-
RAYMONVIL OF 2ND STREET THE GROVE, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as
a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows
any reason why registration/ naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days from the 16TH day of MARCH,
2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
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* BASKETBALL
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
"NEVER underestimate the
powers of a championship team,"
said veteran basketball player
Sharrelle Cash on Tuesday night.
Cash made the comments after
the New Cleaning Center Angels
came charging back to send new
kids on the block in the New
Providence Women's Basketball
Association (NPWBA) the Sun-
shine Auto Cheetahs packing.
The two time defending cham-
pions were victorious after the
game went down to the wire,
defeating the Cheetahs 87-84.
The Angels, who had to play
without Cash for the majority of
the third quarter and minutes
heading into the fourth, relied on
Suzette McKenzie and Felicia
Cartwright to carry the weight of
the team.
And in the final seconds of the
game, Cartwrigllt stepped up with
a successful three pointer to tie
the game. '"
Cheetahs' head coach Mario
Bowleg called a time-out, which
advanced the ball to the half court
line and gave the Cheetahs an
opportunity to close the game.
Bowleg's plan fooled the
Angels, but Brooke Smith could-
n't connect with the baseline lay-
up. Charging for the rebound was
Cash, and the Cheetahs had no
other choice but to foul.
Cash stepped to the line and
connected on the first, .but
rebounded the missed shot,
putting it back on the glass to
extend the lead to three.
Cash said: "The win was good,
the Cheetahs fought hard, but we
wanted it just like they wanted it
"I don't consider the road to
be easier now that we are a step
closer to our goals. Everyone
wants to be a champion. We will
have to play like we've been doing
for years and not underestimate
anyone, no matter who we face."
Cash sat out most of the third
quarter and a little of the fourth
due to foul trouble, but, when she
returned, she was ready for action.
When she returned, the Angels
were down by four and struggling
to make a basket. But her pres-
ence was immediately felt when
she went back into the game.
The Cheetahs were on top of
their game both offensively and
defensively and their full court
press was destroying the Angels,
who only had McKenzie handling
the ball.
With McKeKizie taking control
of the team'kdrive and playing
defence, fatiftie kicked in after a
while.
The Cheetahs attacked her
quickly in the back court with a
trap, forcing the ball out of her
hands. When she gave up the ball,
the Cheetahs got the turnover the
were looking for, but they weren't
converting on baskets.
Cash said: "This is our third trip
to the finals and, guess what, we
will be making more.
"You can't take any team for
granted, I think everyone wants to
be the champions, so we will have
to come out every night and play
hard if we really wanted it.
"To three-peat we have to
come out hard and play great
defence."
Topping all scorers was
McKenzie with 41 points and
three assists. Chipping in for the
win was Cash with 21 points, four
assist and four rebounds.
On the Cheetahs' side, Lucinda
Sylvain and Darlene Ferguson
both led the team with 21 points,
while Smith netted in 15 points.
The NPWBA championships
are set to start on Tuesday night
between the Angels and the John-
son Lady Truckers.


* By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
MELBOURNE: The boxing
team of lightweight Levan
Stewart, light welterweight Carl
Hield and welterweight Ture-
ano 'Reno' Johnson passed
their weigh-in with pounds to
spare Thursday and are anx-
iously waiting to start compet-
ing today.
They will be the second
team in the Bahamian delega-
tion that will compete at these
games.
The three-member swim-
ming team of Alanna Dillette,
Chris Vythoulkas and veteran
Jeremy Knowles all began
competing on Thursday. The
20-member athletic team won't
start competing until Sunday
and the two-man cycling team
of Barron 'Turbo' Musgrove
and Jonathan Massie will com-
pete in the cycling road race
on Tuesday.
Head coach Andre Seymour
Confirmed following the weigh-
in that "all of the boxers were
under their weight, at least two
pounds. So we're just waiting
for the draw to see what hap-
pens.
"But we are ready. Me and
'Boston (assistant coach
Leonard Miller) had them in a
training. programme that
should have them ready to
compete. We're not taking any
boxers from any country light-
ly."

Draw
The draw was scheduled two
.hours after the weigh-in, but
The Tribune was unable to
release the list at presstime.
All off the boxers are confi-
dent that they will perform very
well.
Stewart, who at 19-years-old
is hoping to get his first taste of
international competition for
the Bahamas in the ring, said
everything's looking good and
"we're going ahead with the
plan in training and
everything. Everything is on
schedule.
"I'm just going to go out
there and try my best. Hope-
fully, I can come home with a
gold."
Hield, another 19-ypar-old
who is boxing in his first major
senior international competi-
tion, said: "The competition is
looking great. I'm expecting a
medal. I want to put myself on
the map this year. I'm looking
forward to doing my best and,
really pushing myself hard."
And the veteran Johnson, 24,
said everything is going as
planned and he's feeling very
well.
"I'm confident, but I don't
want to get overexcited," he
stressed. "I'm going to take
every day and one step at a
time."
As for the competition,
Johnson said he's had his share
of misfortune in recent tourna-


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about these games.;
"You know, I'm from the old
school so I'm going to push
them," he insisted. "I might
swear at them too, but that's
just to get the best out of them
because they are tip top con-
dition:
"We will just take each box-
er as they come. We can't talk
about winning gold or silver or
even bronze. We have to take
each boxer one at time. But if


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they follow our instructions, v. e
should come back with some-
thing because they look
good."
Manager Miller said based
on what he saw from the box-
ers since they returned from
Cuba, "mentally and physically,
they are in good condition. It s
just the mental part and I think
Andre and Boston have done a
good job in getting them
ready."


ments, but he's trying to stay
focused.
"I'm going to give it my best
from the beginning to the end,
from the first round to the
fourth, from the first fight to
the last fight. I'm going to give
it 100 per cent every second of
the way," he said.
While he's competed at
many of the major internation-
al meets, including the Olympic
Games' qualifying tourna-


ments, Johnson said he likes
what he sees in his young team-
mates, who are being groomed
for the Olympics in 2008 in Bei-
jing, China.
"They're young and their
electricity has certainly boosted
me," he charged. "It's'like I
have to go out there and per-
form and not let them down."
Leonard Miller, the assistant
coach, said, based on what he
saw, he too has a good feeling


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Road, will be .
held at St
Thomas More "
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Catholic
Church,
Madeira
St r e e t,
Palmdale on
Saturday 18th of March, 2006
Officiating will be the Reverend
Nixon.


at 1:00 pm.
Father Glen


Left to cherish her fond memories are her sister,
Ivy Smith of Freeport; sister-in-law, Dorothy
Prudden of Bellville, Ontario; nieces and
nephews, Teddy Adair of Los Angeles, California;
Gail Bixby of Phoenix, Arizona; Paul and Betty
Smith of Georgetown, Exuma; Daphne Ormerod
Cates and Maitland Cates of Freeport, Grand
Bahama and Dawn and Keith Knowles of
Nassau; grandnieces and nephews, Joy and
Bob Moye of Phoenix, Arizona, Karen and
George Khair of LosAngeles, California, Lesley
Ann Duffy of Sacremento, Californina,
Cameron and Eva Smith of Vienna, Austria,
Carla and Robert Stitch of Hong Kong, J
Nicole and Craig Parotti of Georgetown,
Exuma and Amanda and Aymar DeVillele
of Miami, Florida; numerous great
grandnephews and nieces including her 1
cousin, Aline McLaughlin and especially
her caregiver Ms Veronique Prophet.
In lieu of flower donations can be
made to St Thomas More Roman
Catholic Church in the Memory of
Joyce Audrey Prudden.
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JEFFREY VICETIE RINALDO
WILLIAMS JR.
March 1974 March 1998

Precious memory how they linger,
how they ever flood r :

Memories lives on forever in the hearts
of his mother Linda Colebrooke;
grandmother, Iriana McPhee;
family members,
The Counsellors family, friends and
Pilgrim Baptist family.

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days of your youth.

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Funeral (Service for

Neville Minus, 72
Deputy Superintendent of Police (retired)


of Freeport, Grand Bahama and formerly
of Mangrove Cay, Andros will be held at
St Barnabas Anglican Church, Baillou Hill
and Wulff Roads on Friday 17th, March,
2006 at 10:00 am.

Officiating will be Canon Basil Tynes,
Reverend Father Harry Bain, Archdeacons
Ettienne Bowleg, I Ranfurly Brown,
Reverend Fathers Stephen Davies, Rodney
Burrows, Roderick Bain and Shazzaabazzar
Turnquest. Interment will follow in St
Barnabas Cemetery, Moore Avenue.

His survivors include Mrs Myrtle Minus;
one son, N Glen Minus Jr; five daughters,
Senior Customs Officer Naomi Minus
Williams, Alison Minus Phillips of the
Cayman Islands, Chief Immigration Officer
Claudine Minus Rolle, Women Sargeant
704 Audrey Minus Deveaux and Lavanda
McPhee; one adopted son, Eric Hanna; five
sons-in-law, Richard Williams, Noel Phillips
of the Cayman Islands, Shane Deveaux,
Alfred Rolle and Leading Seaman RBDF
Vance McPhee; two daughters-in-law,
Joycelyn Miller Minnus and Candace
Hanna; one brother, Roy Minus; twelve
grandchildren, Robyne Francis Darville,
Crystal Rolle, Kayam and Christoph Minus,
Woman Marine RBDF Jemma Butler,


Brandaughn Phillips of the Royal Cayman
Islands Police Force and Tyler Phillips of
the Cayman Islands, Aristo and Marine
Seaman Jataro McDonald, Shane Jr and
Shanae Deveaux and Artio McPhee; two
great grandchildren, Oryse Darville and
Victoria Hanna; four sisters-in-law, Rosalie,
Barbara and Carnetta Minus and Ruth
Hanna; 12 nephews, James Pennerman,
Prince Albert Wright, Kermit, Allan
Livingston, Durant, Philip and Prosper
Minus, Dr Robin Roberts, Gordon Wong,
Charles Collins, Rueben Sears and Assistant
Commissioner Allan Gibson; 20 nieces,
Melverna Wong JP, Beulah Bonimy,
Beverly Collins, Lerlean, Jennymae, Janice
and Jennie Minus, Roxy Rolle, Dr Carolyn
Roberts, Deloris Dawkins, Ikenna Johnson,
Ruthann Rolle, Geraldine and Pearline
Thompson, Joanna Pennerman of Miami,
Fla, Deborah Saunders, Isabelle Wright,
Nioka, Lisa and Rickey Rahming; numerous
grandnieces and nephews including, Keith,
Ray Jr, Kenny Renaldo, Raynell, Stacy,
D'Angelo, Duranda, Durant Jr and Durvano
Minus, Matthew, Michael, Antonio,
Malcolm, Lynn, Elizabeth and Tony Wong,
Andy Chris, Stephen and Brian Collins,
Churchill Sears, Antonio, Faye and Isaac
Lightbourn, Fred Taylor, Charles, Lionel,
David and Rodger Bonimy, Othello
Darville, Earl Allen, Trevor, Corey and
Arthur Wright, Leslie and Lester Dawkins,
Leticia Burrows, Anthony and Michelle
Roker, Cy, Lynda and Shelly Rahming,
Carla Turnquest, Lethian, Brown, Karen
Wright, Ashanta Gibson, Michael, Keisha,
Keiran, Jeremy and Anthony Roker,
Chizelle, Reno, Brendon, Irkell, Bianca and
Kayla Johnson, Tenniel, Xava and Ivan
Rolle, Deparis Saunders, Myhikkah, Morris,
Gezel Farrington, Joan Christie, Madlene
and Argie Bonimy, Terry Benjamin, Joya
Winston and Keith Pennerman; numerous
relatives and friends including, William
Lonford, Earnie and Errol Bethel, Icelyn
Sweeting, Gwen Hammerton, Eula Kemp,
Ethlan Murray, Syblean Woodside, Edward,
Rosalie, Mirthan Vivian, Alphonso and
Rev John NT Rolle, Ethlyn Moss, William
Rolle, Naomi McPhee, Hilda Miller, James
T Rolle, Leroy Bannister of Mangrove Cay,


Bloneva, Roston, Godfrey, Corolette and
Arnette Rolle, Norma Newbold, Predensa
Smith, Rev Fr Rodrick, Robert, Alfred
Joyce, Eula, Cula and Eloise Bain, Yvonne
Stuart, Melva Bastian, Adeltis Stubbs,
Solomie McDonald, Maureen Ellis, Naomi
Turner, Whitney Bastian MP Mangrove
Cay, Henry Bain, Mary Brown, Constance
Carroll, Keith and Kevin Kemp, Cecil
Longley, Wellinton Dorsett, Glen Humes,
Leotha Bannister and all descendants of
James "Jim" Kerr of Lisbon Creek, Bishop
Samuel Green, Rev Gerald Pennerman,
Howard Smith, Wellington Bullard, Mr and
Mrs William Potier, Ira Swaby, Willie
Sweeting, PC 2039 Sharon Mackey,
Bernadette Knowles, Bernadette Ferguson,
Cannon Harry Bain, Archedeacons Etienne
Bowleg, I Ranfurly Brown and Cornell
Moss, Rev Frs Oran Wright and Rodney
Burrows, Mr and Mrs J Henry Bostwick,
Mr and Mrs Quant, Former Commissioner
of Police BK Bonimy, Commissioner of
Police Paul Farquharson, Assistant
Commissioner of Police Freeport E
Greenslade, Superintendent Lucious Weech,
Ashton Miller, Howard Sweeting, Densil
Tynes, Edmund and Oliver Hunt, Laromah
Seifert, Lucien Bullard, Fred Cooper,
Mervin Fynes, William Strachan, Olson
Stuart, Rose Paula, Bessie, Othilia, Beverley
and the entire Rolle family, HE Arthur
Hanna and Mrs Hanna, Sir Arlington and
Lady Butler, Mr and Mrs Alonzo Butler,
Mr and Mrs Patrick Wright, Mr and Mrs
Errington Hanna, Inspector Leula Dean,
WPC 2119 Gaitor, Alladice Strachan, Shelly
Murphy, Corporal 1934 McCoy and 451
Sands, WCI Davis, Inspector L Dean, Chief
Inspector Christopher McCoy, Assistant
Inspector Bethel, Supt Evans, WCS J
Colebrooke, W ASP Pratt, Supt Hulan
Hanna, ASP Mchee, Woman Sergent
Armbrister, Rudy Stubbs, Zilpa Mackey,
Creola Russell, The Royal Bahamas Police
Force, Bahamas Customs, Bahamas
Immigration, The Royal Bahamas Defence
Force, the staff of Elizabeth Estates Police
Station and Coastline Construction
Company.


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


Mrs Rosalind Patricia
"Pasty" Lightbourne, 73

of Tuckaway Lane, Nassau,
The Bahamas will be held at
St Matthew's Anglican
Church, Shirley and Church
Street, Nassau on Saturday,
18th March, 2006 at 10:00
am. Rev Dr James Moultrie,
Rev Fr Don Haynes and Rev
Fr Kingsley Knowles will
officiate and interment will
be in Eastern Cemetery,
Dowdswell Street, Nassau.


She is survived by her sisters, Cynthia Williams and Naomi
Lightbourne; adopted sister; Naomi Sands Leu-Brunson;
nieces, Dorothea Guss, Brenda Archer, Ruth Robinson, Lillian
Burch, Alicia Williams, Estelle, Sandra and Susan Mitchell,
Ruth, Annette and Tanya Lightbourne, Sharon Maynard,
Malena Robinson, Heather Sands; nephews, Joseph Guss,
Kingsley Robinson, Thomas Robinson, Henry Ford, Clinton
Sands, Mark Williams, Stanlely and Charles Mitchell, Anthony
Burch, Eric Maynard; grandnieces and nephews, Tiffany Guss,
Darron and Dedys LIghtbourne, Derrick and Veronica Guss,
Keith and Michelle Robinson, Kevin Robinson, Marc and
Yasmin Robinson, Tiana and Terrill George, Adrian Archer,
Andree Archer, Anthoy and Nicholette Archer, Scott Robinson,
Cyril (Roby) and Italia Robinson, Tanya and Karil Johnston,
Tanishia and Taquoya Wright, Clinton Sands Jr; other relatives
and friends include, Bishop Michael Eldon, Canon Dudley
Strachan, Rev Dr James Moultrie, Rev Fr Kingsley Knowles,
Rev Fr Dr Haynes, family of St Matthews Church, Capt Ernest
Dean and family, Glacie Dean, George and Michelle White
family, Antionette "Toni" Bowe, Dorethea Farrington, Trixie
Hanna, Agatha Bellot, Vera Bain, Sue Roberts and members
of the Cancer Society, Prime Minister Perry Christie and Mrs
Christie and family, Nurse Sherlyn Sands, Nurse Sephanie
Johnson, Dud and Isadora Maynard, Jane Douglas, Althea
Sands; special friends at the Dialysis Unit, Rt Hon Hubert A
Ingraham Leader of the Free National Movement and the
Free National Movement Family, all of the families of Shirley
Street and Hawkins Hill, 6:00 am Mass Crew from St George's
Church.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Kemp's
Funeral Home Limited, 22 Palmdale Avenue, on Friday, 17th
March, 2006 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm and at the Church
on Saturday from 9:00 am until service time.


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


M. Lois Thompson

of Ryswick Subdivision,
Eastern District, Nassau,
The Bahamas, will be
held at Calvary Bible
Church, Collins Avenue,
Nassau, on Saturday,
18th March, 2006 at 3:00
p.m.


Pastor Allan R. Lee,
Pastor Fredrick Arnett and Pastor Thomas Albury
will officiate and interment will be in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road, Nassau.

She was predeceased by her husband the late Jasiel
G. Thompson. She is survived by two sons, Michael
and Mark Thompson and one daughter, Diana Pinder;
daughter-in-law, Debora Thompson and son-in-law,
George Pinder; grandchildren, Stephen Thompson,
Rachel Assee, Cliff Pinder, Brock and Sean
Thompson; grandchildren-in-law, Claire Thompson,
Sean Assee and Susan Pinder and great-
grandchildren, Luke and Jake Thompson, Brooke
and Danielle Assee and Lauren, Kylie and Nicole
Pinder and sister-in-law, Adele Reese of Miami,
Florida.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at
Kemp's Funeral Home Limited, 22 Palmdale Avenue,
Palmdale on Friday, 17th March, 2006 from 5:00
p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Instead of flowers donations may be sent to Christian
Counselling Centre, Box SS-6106, Nassau and
Gideons International Box N-14, Nassau, in memory
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Maria Minnis, 73

a resident of Exuma Street,
Coconut Grove and formerly of
Love Hill, Central Andros will
be held 11:00 a.m., Saturday,
18th March, 2006 at Golden
Gates Native Baptist Church,
Lobster Avenue, Golden Gates
No.1. Officiating will be Rev.
Alonzo Hinsey. Interment
follows in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.
Cherished memory are held by her four sons, Austin, Charles,
Fletcher "Jr." and Hudge Minnis; four daughters, Peralee
Minnis, Cordell Adderley, Estella and Sherene Gray; twenty-
five grandchildren, Cleo, Natasha, Kyshana, Chanel, Charles
Jr., Jacoy, Ezeren, Hugh Jr., Roshan, Donald, Rynell,
Austinique, Laketra, Checo, Austin Jr., Rishe, Victor, Tizzardi,
Nakita, Nakisha, Wallaca, Natasha, David Jr., Ladina, Petra
and Akin; seventeen great grandchildren, Michella, Michael
Jr., Dave Ashley, Halston Jr., Tamesha, Davia, Warren, Isiah,
Daniel, Shakinah, Kenyan, Kendisha, Jomika, Roby, Tavia
and Ronald; one son-in-law, Deacon Victor Adderley; three
daughters-in-law, Gloria, Verice and Virginia Minnis; two
brothers, Rev. Charles Hinsey of Miami, Florida and Thomas
Hinsey of Love Hill; four sisters, Loretta McKenzie of West
End, Grand Bahama, Violet Cleare of Fresh Creek, Jane
Bodie of Love Hill and Frances Whylly; twenty-four nephews,
Leslie, David, Perry, Don, Wayne, Douglas and Dr. Charles
Cleare, Hosea and Nicky Hinsey, Andrea and Alvin Spence,
Edmond, Hilton Solomon, Ezekiel, Larry, Herbert, Sterling,
Russell, Cyril and Dr. Hubert Minnis; Ambrose, Tyrone,
Gregory and Dr. Patrick Cargill; thirty nieces, Stacy, Laverne,
Esline, Michelle, Debra, Faith, Lorraine, Laverne, Charlene
and Yolanda Cleare, Ruby, Samantha and Shameka Hinsey,
Aneka, Constance, Coakley, Valerie Hanna, Pauline Davis,
Theresa Wright, Patricia Minnis, Lorna Mortimer, Donna
Stubbs, Playdell, Cheryl, Shawn, Louise and Rosetta; three
aunts, Gaynell Blatch of Hollywood, Florida, Katherine
Hinsey and Ophelia Humes and a host of other relatives and
friends.

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


from 9:30 a.m., until service time.

Ulrica Dames, 67
a resident of Roland Avenue,
Boyd Subdivision and formerly
of Cooper's Town, Abaco will
be held 11:00 a.m., Saturday,
18th March, 2006 at St. Mark's
Native Baptist Church, Romer
Street, Fox Hill. Officiating will
be Rev. Dr. Carrington S.
Pinder, Bishop Delton
Fernander, Bishop Rodney
Roberts, Dr. Jay Simms and
Rev. Clarence Knowles.
Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Cherished memory are held by her husband, Deacon James
Dames; two sons, Nelson and Eulin Dames; one daughter,
Patrilee Deleveaux; six grandchildren, Chamel, Jonell, Eulin
Jr., and Patrice Dames and Jerisha Deleveaux; one son-in-
law, Rev. Jerome Deleveaux; two daughters-in-law, Joanne
and Deaconess Merlinda Dames; one brother, Rev. Eulin
McIntosh; three sisters, Inez Prichard, Hettie McIntosh and
Donna Russell of Abaco; two brothers-in-law, Rufus Pritchard
of Great Harbour Cay and Henry Pritchard of Abaco; six
sisters-in-law, Adline McIntosh of Abaco; Essie Bartlette,
Olivia Dames, Eloise Dames of Bimini, "Netta" Dames of
West End, Grand Bahama and Ruth McIntosh; two uncles,
Cardinal and Talmaze McIntosh; eighteen nephews, Leo,
Nobath, Deolie, Alvin "Earle", Jerome, Cardinal, Sidney and
Dario McIntosh, Fritz, Tyrone, Felton, Barry, Rufus, Nevada
and Kevin Pritchard, Robert, Joseph "Bengy" and Gladvin
Russell; twenty-one nieces, Shanalee Sands, Janet Cooper,
Nelrose Parker, Wilmalee "Marsha" Bastian, Minister Curlene
Roberts, Rose Pritchard, Valerie Braithwaite of New York,
Joycelyn Saunders, Karen Lightbourne, Andrea Joseph, Kay
Cooper, Nicole Colebroke, Ina Sturrup, Joycelyn and Lisa
McIntosh, Iona Kemp, Mary Russell, Virginia Lundy, Jan
Luther, Sherry Richardson and Maxine Butler and a host of
other relatives and friends.

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


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i EAST SUN RISE MORTUARY


"A New Commitment To


Service'


Edmund "Ed" Hudson, 30

of Faith Avenue and formerly of the Bluff
Eleuthera will be held on Saturday at 11 am at
New Vision Church of God, Bluff,:Eleuthera.
Officiating will be Bishop Theophilus Stuart,
assisted by Rev Victor Johnson and Bro Stanley.
Interment will follow in the Public Cemetery,
Bluff, Eleuthera.
He is survived by his mother, Rosetta Hudson;
three brothers, Raymond, Ezra and Emmerson
a Hudson; one adopted brother, Brain Coakley;
Sour sisters, Lillian Jones, Edna Neilly, Margaret
:n e Saunders and Catherine Kemp; two adopted
sisters, Christina Adderley and Gizelle Coakley;
three aunts, Shelia Saunders, Althea Hudson, and Blondell Ferguson; two uncles,
Sheridan Hudson and Kenneth Lightboume; two grand aunts, Francis and Merle
Johnson; one grand uncle, Limon Johnson; numerous nieces, Robertha, Keva, Rsahan,
Ezrica, Erica, Evette, and Halle Hudson, Dawnita Fry, Ingrid and Cindy Neilly, Shanette
McKinney, Paulette and Latoya Saunders and Kriza Tynes; nephews, Ramon, Romeo,
Ramardo, Errol, Emiah, and Erica Hudson, Elliot Seymour, Orian and Timothy Saunders,
Marvin, Michael, and Deyvon Jones, Ignatius and Xavier Kemp and Elwood Tynes;
29 grand nieces and nephews; three brothers-in-law, Mervin Jones, Rexford Neilly
and Gilbert Kemp; two sisters-in-law, Albertha and Raquel Hudson; two god children,
Tayniah Gibson, Victoria and Jane Fox; special friend, Shantell Hepburn; other relatives
and friends including, James and Anna Musgrove, Sam Cox, Ruth and Lena Smith,
WIlliam and Florina Adderley, Rev. and Mrs. Victor Johnson and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Johnson and family, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson and family, Dr. and
Mrs. James Johnson and family, Sidney, Dr. Washington and Eugenia Johnson, Sarah
Saunders, Sharon Gibson, Bayard, Beryl and Brenda Smith, Derek and Shirley Johnson,
Erma Mitchell, Wilma, Sheridan, Rodney and Yvette Bain, Durward and Pedro Stuart,
Thurza Pratt, Audley and Tamika Saunders, Brittany Hudson, Sherrice, Sheridan,
Sherron, and Shervarro Hudson, Sherry Brown, Sherrina Rolle, Rochelle, Raquel and
Ravanno Ferguson, Oneil and Tiffany Gibson, Melissa Edgecombe, Veronique Bethel,
Mr. and Mrs. Coakley, Marva Cox, Andrew and Florence Gardiner, Katymae Aicher
and family, Julian Edwards, Michael Taylor, Ray Deveaux and family, Ernest Miller,
Steven Martindale, Philip Meadows, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, Dione Armbrister, Mark
Fox, Lorenzo Moss, Dot Knowles, Charles Rolle, Bradley Fowler, Sewell Higgs,
Robert and Occlia Williams, Melrose Albury, Vince Neilly, Selisha and Hudson, Irvin
and Dorn Gibson, Jenny Moxey, Darron and Elane McDonald, Shirley Bodden, Mr.
Hanna, Rev. and Mrs. Levi McPhee, Pastor Eric Clarke, Pastor Jeremiah Duncombe,
Mrs. Faydora Hanna, Mrs. Norma Rahming, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strong, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Willet, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simerrell, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Kabot, Mr. and Mrs. McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. Schineder, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sweeting,
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Theophilus
Stuart, Mrs. Thedosia Dorsette, Mrs. Rowena Hudson, Paulette Sands, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Reckley, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Grant, Rose Neilly and family, Gladys Saunders
and family, Roslyn Neely, Christopher Neely and Dr.L;ocksley Munroe, Dr. Hunt, Di.
Adrian Sawyer, Dr. Morgan, the staff in ICU, Male Medical 1 & 2, and'Dialysis
Department, Nurse Annis Neely, Nurse Monique Roberts, Nurse Bernadette Colebrook
and the entire Bluff Communities.
Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Morturay, Rosetta Street, Pihdale-
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on friday and at the church in the Bluff from 8 p.mison Friday
until service time on Sady.
24 he)nsTe 9i e d

Cell #: 357-9151 Beep3er- 366-1450 r 8 0-1117
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Wulff Road & Pinedale
Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 Fax: 328-8852

FUNRA SEVIE FR HE AT


LISACURTIS

KNOWLES,

39


:....' of Elizabeth Estates, will be
Held at Blue Hill Gospel
Chapel, on Blue Hill Road,
Saturday, March 18, 2006
at 1pm.
Officiating Pastor Ricardo
:: :- :. Turner and interment in the
Southern Cemetery.
Sheiis survived by hela husband, Phillip Knowles;
mother, Ella Thompson; stepfather, Christopher
Thompson; one daughter, Inderia Barry; one son, Burcil
Anderson Jr; four brothers, Ralph Curtis, Whitney,
Sterling and Trevor Thompson; six sisters, Roslyn
Sands,Ellen Stubbs, Donna & Sandra Curtis, Dellarese
Fraizer, Shanell Rahming; step-sisters, Kynetta
Mortimer and Dianna Hanna; aunts, Hester Williams,
Sylvia Moss,' Edris Johnson, Mary Curtis, Francias
Pratt of Burnft Ground; uncles, Lionel Johnson,
Hartman aid Eric:Curtis; seven sisters-in-law, Sharon
and Whelma Thompson; brother-in-law, Robert Sands;
nieces, Cordell and Evette Frazier, Kimberly, Michelle
Smith, Charese, Robyn Sands, Shavonne, Kaylesia,
Krystal Antonieve, Shianne, Dwanique, Mersay and
Fredricka .Brown;. nephews, Dwayne, Shayne,
Leonardo, Andre Shawn, Cowan,Coderro, Strling Jr;
LawerenceJr; Samuel Woodside, Joseph Pratt, Shantell
Neily, AnramaeForbes, Sandra Delancy and Florese
Simmons and a host of other relatives and friends.

Friends may pay their last respects at The Rock of
Ages Funeral Chapel Wulff Road and Pinedale on
Friday from 10am to 6pm and on Saturday at the
church from 12 noon until funeral time.






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Surtits "emnrial 1ortuar
Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma Tel: 345-7020* Rdbinson Rd. &5th Street
Tel: 325-6621/322-4969 24 Hour Paging Service 323-9761

i SMemoria l Serve.

Reverend Alfred
Bartholomew Bastian, 68
S n of Golden Gates # 2 will be held on Friday
at 7:00 P.M. at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church,
Lewis Street off East Street. Officiating will
be Dr. R. E. Cooper assisted by other ministers.
Last rites for Reverend Alfred Bartholomew
Bastian aged 68 of GoldeinGates # 2 will
be held on Sunday at 1:00 pem. at Cedars of
Lebanon Union Baptist Church Cathedral,
Pinewood Gardens. Officiating will be Dr. R.
E. Cooper, Jr., (President/General
Superintendent, The Mission Baptist Church
Consortium of Churches), Rev. Dr. Charles
C. Rolle assisted by Other Rev. Gentlemen
and Gentlewomen of the Clergy. Interment
in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J. E K. Drive.
He is survived by his wife, Minister Natalie Bastian; children, Rodney, Toraino,
Cheryl, Zoie and Antoinette; grandchildren, Lazetta, Lisa, Anitra, Dominic, Indria,
Gwendolyn, Renaud, Crystal, Antonia, Simone, Silver, Dominique, Val, and Torinda;
13 great grandchildren; brothers, Solomon Sr. and Thaddeus Bastian; sisters,
Valderine Bastian-James and Rev. Paula Davis; uncle, Alfred Rolle of Miami Fla.;
aunts, Leah Strachan of Rolletown, Exuma, Kathleen Petite of Key West Fla., Eunice
Albury and Una Ferguson of Lower Bogue, Eleuthera; nephews, Roderick, Solomon
Jr., Perry of Delray Beach Fla., Thaddeus Jr., Brian, Andrew, Anthony of Atlanta,
Georgia, Norman, Glen, Whitney Bastian, Joseph Knowles, Quintin Davis, Tony,
Edison, Headley, Bob, David, Don, Eugene Jr., Bertram, Alley, Patterson, Ray, Sealy,
Dwayne, Patrick, Troy, Clifford, Shino, Anthony, Andrew Jr., Timothy Berry of Dallas,
Texas; nieces, Magnolia, Ivy, Marechia, Athena, arla, -Gina James off Boynton
Beach, Fla., Joann, Paulette Richardson of Ft. Lauderdale Fla., Sylvania Wilkins,
Samantha Davis, Sharon Bastian, Patricia, Kate, Betty, Nonnell, Dellarine, Krystal
Berry of Dallas, Texas, Marcia, Devanti Patrice, Patral, Phermone, Ernestine, Kayla,
Unell and Sharell; daughter-in-law, Lesley; son-in-law, Vernon Williams, host of
other relatives and friends including, The Bastian Family of Mangrove Cay, Andros,
Rev. Eugene, Steven and Darville Bastian, Elosie Sands and family, Gaynell Albury
and Nurse Shirley Bastian, Jackie Albury and Bernard Albury of Lowe Bogue,
Eleuthera, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Albury of Florida, Don Bain, Harvey Francis, Katherine
Mortimer, Dion, Family of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Dr. R. E. and Mrs. Cooper and
the Family of The Mission Baptist Consortium of Churches, Rev. Dr. Raymond Neilly
and Rhodes Memorial Methodist Church family, Rev. Gayle Brown of the Divine
Resurrection Church and Family, Rev. Dr. Earl and Mrs. Francis and Family of First
Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Charles and Mrs. Rolle of Cedars of Lebanon Church, Rev.
Dr. Elkin and Mrs. Symonette and The Ebenezer Mission Baptist Church Family,
Bishop Simeon and Minister Linda Hall and the Family of New Convenant Baptist
Church, Rev. Dr. Sam Pinder and the Family of Petra Bible Ministries, Bishop Rudolph
and Mrs. Bowe and Church of God of Prophecy, Englerston Family, Rev. Dr. C. B.
and Mrs. Moss and Family, Rev. and Mrs. Kemp and the Prayer and Praise Assembly
Family, Rev. Dr. Edward McPhee and Family of Faith Baptist Church, Rev. Arthur
Charhon and Family, Rev. James and Mrs. Romer and Family, Rev. Eugene and Mrs.
Bastian and Family, Deaconess Alice Lowe and Family, Minister Joann Bethel and
Family, Bro. Lemuel Sears, Sis. Rochelle Bethel, Deacon Melvin and Sis. Barbara
Johnson and Family, Hon, Mr. J. Henry Bostwick, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pinder and
Family, Mr. Stanley Fulford and Family, Spence Finlayson and Family, Rupert Missick
and Family, Bro. Fernley Palmer, Shirley Adderley and Family, Sis. Coral and Christina
Bosfield and Family, Evangelist Betty Cox, Sis. Joann Brown, Bro. Anthony Bastian
and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Strachan and Family, Noel Brown and Family, Mr. and
Mrs. Grey Cash and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Albury and Family, Willamae Albury
and Family, Prayer Meeting Group, Lavina Turnquest and Family, Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell Sears and Family, D' Ag Bros. Limited and Super Wash Family, The
Community of Lewis Street, The Community of Golden Gates # 2, Ministry of Works,
Water and Sewerage, Island Florist, The Management and Staff of New Golden Gates
Medial Centre The Willamae Pratt School, The Registrar of Insurance and Doctors
and Nurses of Male Medical II at The Princess Margaret Hospital.
The body will repose at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Lewis Street off East Street on
Friday ftom 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., on Saturday at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary
ftom 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and at the church on Sunday from 12:00 noon until
service time.


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B Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

L FUNERA SERVI


Ruth Florence
Delancy-Bullard, 45

of Cowpen Road will be held on
Friday at 11:00 a.m. at Bethel
Baptist Church, Meeting Street. Rev.
Timothy Stewart assisted by
Associate Ministers of the gospel
will officiate. Interment will be
made in The Western Cemetery
Nassau Street.


3AIMMI n She is survived by her husband,
Dwight Bullard; mother, Lydia Belle
Adderley; two (2) sons, Don Anthony Sr. and Brian Delancy Sr.;
four (4) grandchildren, Diamond, Brianne, Don Jr. and Brian Jr.;
eight (8) sisters, Sandra Adderley, Marie Adderley of Florida, Paulette
Adderley of Grand Bahama, Enid Adderley, Faye Delancy, Sandra
Rolle, Winifred and Bethsheba Delancy; two (2) brothers, Fredlin
and Keith Delancy; two (2) aunts, Sylvia Adderley-Todd of Florida
and Bethamae Ferguson; one (1) grand-aunt, Nellie Eneas- Knowles;
five (5) step-children, Shawndricka, Sherle, Katrina, Alexandria and
Scott; four (4) step-grandchildren, Alonzo, Ampherney, Wendricka
and Patience; three (3) sisters-in-law, Delores DeanDelancy, Natasha
Seymour and Shawn Seymour-Gordon; two (2) brothers-in-law,
Omar Newry and Andrew Gordon; numerous nieces and nephews
numerous, cousins, including Eneas Theophilus, J.P. and family,
Marina Theophilus-Hagan and family of Coral City, Florida, Godfrey
Eneas and family, Doctors Judson and Cleveland (Fritz) Eneas, Dr.
Agreta Eneas-Carey and their families, Wayne and Joniece Lightbour
and their children, Camille ToddWillams and family of Carol City,
Florida, Bernice Eneas and family, Persis Bullard and family, The
Perpall Family, godmother, Betty Paul and family, Delores Neymour
and family, faithful friend, Marsha Evans and the Newry and
Armstrong families of Adelaide, other relatives and friends, including
Mr. Randolph Coakley and family, Mrs. Beverley Deveaux and,
family, Mrs. Ruth Bethel and family, Mrs. Laurie Davis and family,
Mrs. Delores McKinney and family, children of the late Geraldine
Huyler, children of the late Annie Tezel Neymour-Bullard, children
of the late Andrea Knowles, Queenie Hukhinson, Judith Capron and
family, Mrs. Nathalie Hutcheson and family, Emma Lightbourne
and family, Frances Clarke and family, Evelyn Rolle and family,
Elvia Hart and family, Hetlin Gaitor and family, Rosalie Johnson
and family, William Lindsay, Rosalie Hanna and family, the
Management and Staff of Roads and Parks-Department of
Environmental Health Services, Hon. Bradley Roberts, M.P., the
Bain and Grants Town Branch of the PLP, the Bain and Grants Town
Senior Citizens Group, Metropolitan Prayer Band, the Prevailing
Church of God in Christ family and the too-many to mention friends
and acquaintances in the wider community of Bain Town and Cowpen
Road West.

Friends may pay their '; st respec's at B. tiiel Brothers Morticians on
Thursday from 10:00 a. n. to 6:CJ p m. and on Friday at the church
from 10:00 a.m. until service time.










(ommonrnntalt4 funeral 4ome

4 Independence Drive Phone: 341-4055

RAL AN


Fritz Alexis, 26

of Sands Bank, Abaco, will be held
on Saturday 2:00 pm at Trumpet
Assemblies of God Dundas Town,
Abaco, Rev Carlton Dorsette will
officiate and interment will follow in
the Public Cemetery, Dundas Town,
Abaco.

Cherished memories are held by his
wife, Mary Jannie Francois; mother,
Anelia Alexis; father, Marcel Darreius;
two children, Helson and Wendy
Alexis; five brothers, Fridge, George
and Smith Alexis, Astrele Joseph and Michelet Darreius; three sisters,
Anna and Melonie Alexis and Janna Darreius; mother-in-law, Patricia
Francois; two sons-in-law, Kenya Baubran and Proper Francois; daughters-
in-law, Renise St Flury; cousins, Manta, Tavius and Diedone Francois;
other relatives and friends include, Anna, Felo, Lawrence, Allan, Porky,
Carmen, Fourty, Gary, Joycelyn Barry-Darnise and the entire communiteis
of Sand Bank and Dundas Town, Abaco.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at the church in Dundas
Town on Saturday from 11:00 am to service time. Funeral arrangements
are being handled by The Chapel of Memories, Independence Drive.

Samuel Eugene
Barry, 83
Affectionatel Called
"Uncle Sam"

of Harbour Island, will be held on
Saturday 11:00 am at St John's
Anglican Church, Harbour Island.
Rev Father Oswald Pinder will
-. officiate and interment will follow in
St Catherine's Cemetery, Harbour
Island.

Precious memories are held by his wife, Rita Miriam Batty; sons, David
and Alexander Barry; daughters, Lona Culmer, Betsy Higgs and Jay
Fernander; adopted son, Mr Percival Summer Johnson; 21 grandchildren
including, Melissa and Ben Bethel, Gennaro, Dennard, Camille, Lamarr,
Michaelette, Clifton, Shemika and Devonne Barry, Tiffany and Anthony
Dean, Sameka and Darvin Toussaint, Linda Frazier, Patrice, Vandyke,
Carolyn and Bradley Forbes, James, Maxine, Margo, Charmaine and
Jermaine Barry and Philip Saunders; 28 great grandchildren including,
Benjamin Bethel, Denham, Antonio, Anthony and Antwann Dean,
Andrew, Antone, Ashley and Aldon Barry, Vandera, Vankiera, Isia,


Vanrica and Vandyke Barry Jr, Jerrard, Brea, BJ and Beyonce Forbes;
brothers, Franklyn Barry and Kingdom Higgs; sister, Maurene Mather,
Geraldine Saunders and Rosalie Stewart; four great great grandchildren;
numerous nieces and nephews, Brice and Loraine Barry, Rena Lewis,
Illanna, David, Maria, Jaries, Margaret, Saturday and Frankly Barry Jr,
Hansel, George, Winslow and Georgina Barry, Sheila Peter and family,
Delicina Lafrenia and family, Charles, Deidre and Vanya Barry, Kingsley
Mather, Wayde, Dwight, Randall, Kenneth and Angela Stewart Lilamae,
Sherry Cox and family, Almarie, Peachie, Vaughn, Kim and Lisa,
Shirleymae and Katrina Barry, Harrison, Paulline, Hartman, Sherrie, Al,
Tina and Dereck Saunders, lonie and Bishop Dudley Kelly, Rosena and
Israel Brown, Shirley Bowe and family, Margaret Grant and family,
Warren Grant and family, Gina Higgs and family, Rodney Grant and
family, Garnell Grant and family, Freddie Grant and family, Marionette
and Samuel Cartwright and family, Lorenzo Hutchinson, Tanya, Yvette,
Jessie, Romero and family, Rochelle, Jan, Charmaine, Lisa, Tracie,
Ryan, Philip and Neil Saunders, Valarie and Kevin Cleare, Mackell and
Bishop Charles Dean and family, Brent, Shawn, Martin, Margaret Rose,
Amanda, Meagan, Murice, Marshy, Pascale and Jan Saunders and family,
April, June and May Cartwright and Ena Sawyer and family; daughters-
in-law, Valerie and Louise Barry; sons-in-law, Rev Samuel Higgs and
Lionel Fernander; sisters-in-law, Sarah and Peggy Barry, Lillian Hudson,
Marie, Emily and Consuela Saunders, Mary Cleare and Doral Larimore;
brothers-in-law, Rev iHeTfitir Saunders, Joseph and Donald Saunders;
numerous cousins including, Blanche Barry, Pat and Wendell Barry,
Samuel Cleare and family of Miami, Father Barry and family of Miami,
Mr and Mrs Percival Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Philip Roberts
and family, Mr and Mrs Berlin Cleare; Mrs Anita Curry and family, Mrs
Joyce Roberts and family, Mr and Mrs Harvy Roberts and family, Mr
and Mrs Daschiel Roberts and family, Mr Roy Roberts, Mr and Mrs
Jeffery Johnson and family, Madeline Johnson and family,. Nora and
Tessie Albury, Pastor Stanley Johnson and family, Shirley, Rosena, Jeslin
Mackey and family; god children, Louis Barry, Deborah Saunders,
Eardley Johnson, Paige Percentie, Howland Bethel of New York and
Patricia PP of Freeport, Grand Bahama; other relatives and friends
including, Franklyn, Annseton, Rosemary and Arlington Barry and
families, Mr and Mrs Kingdon Higgs and family, Mrs Betty Johnson,
Mrs Jessilee Mackey and family, Mr and Mrs Daniel Beauchamp and
family, Mrs Eloise Roberts and family, Mrs Gloria Major and family,
Mrs Eloise Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Tavar Major and family,
Mr and Mrs Eardley and Oria Neely of Lowe Bogue, Mrs Olivia Kelly
and family of Lower Bogue, Mrs Frizzy Williams and family of Lower
Bogue, Mercia Johnson and family, Reatta Young and family, Irma Davis
and family, Hon Alvin Smith and FNM Family, Kiwanis family, Odd
Fellows family, Viola Barry, Kendra Gibson, Eulie and Donald Fernander
and family, Mrs Ruby Percentie and family, the Lighthouse Church of
God family, St John's Anglican Church family and the entire community
of Harbour Island.

Relatives and friends may view the remains at The Chapel of Memories,
Independence Drive on Thursday from 3:00 to 7:00 pm and at Lighthouse
Church of God in Harbour Island on Friday from 1:30 pm to 9:00 pm
and at St John's Parish on Saturday from 9:00 am to service time.


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Good Shepherd


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

fu a S i f


MRS. ALBERTHA
IRENE WOODSIDE,
'69

a resident of Roll Avenue will be
held on Saturday, March 18th, 2006,
at Our Lady of The Holy Soul
Catholic Curch at 12 noon.
Celebrant Fr. Michael Kelly,
S.S.C.C. & Fr. Mel Taylor O.S.B.,
assisted by Rev. Deacon Peter
Rahming and Rev. Deacon Maxwel
Johnson. Interment will follow in
St. Augustin Cemetery, Bernard


She is survived by her husband Clarence Woodside; eight children,
Glen, Floyd, Tyrone, David (predeceased); Darrin Woodside,
Sharon Thompson, Jodine Brown, Jackie Bullard and Matice Rolle;
step children, Clarence Jr., Joeann, Dwayne and Bradley Woodside,
Shery Dale; brother, William (Bill), Eustace Mose Strachan; adopted
brother, Simeon Smith; adopted sisters, Maxine Rolle and Dorothy
Woodside; daughters-in-law, Alfreda Woodside and Sharon
Thompson; sons-in-law, Phillip Brown, Charles Bullard and Radley
Rolle; grandsons, Terrance, Valentine,.Clarence, Ricardo, Kelvin,
Neko, David, Deron, Raul, Romaine, Meko, Joash, Ghavon,
Cyrique and Phillip Jr., Tori, Daneko, Dokara, Jordon; grand
daughters, Rayann, Rovanne, Delano, Matice, D'Vonnya, Rashon,
Philicia, Shonique, Keisha, Sabrina, Sheneka, Ashley, Christy,
Kelsey, Tamara; great grandchildren, Raynell, Travano, Clarence
Jr., Terrance, Jamaal; nieces, Sophia, Pat, Lisa, Colene, Candice,
Delarese Brown, Linda, Vernell Storr, Elma, Ellamae Davis, Clarice
Jones, Ritamae, Paulamae, Victoria, Theresa, Olivia, Victoria
Simmons, Roselda Woodside, Inez Knowles, Pearlemae Neely,
Sharon Johnson, Stephanie, Eulease, Sandra, Nora, Elsie, Sherice;
nephews, Wesley, Anthony, Edwin, Bashan, Ray, Jamaal, Jay,
Basil, Garth, Michael, Herbert and Alexander; godchildren, Faye,
Cody and Carl; other family and friends, Phyllis Bullard and family,
the Rahming family, Joeann Brown and family, Simone and Beulah
Smith, Veronica Kemp and family, Shirley and family, the Farrington
family, Rose Farquharson and family, Shelia Minns and family,
Pastor Paul and family, the Rigby family, Agnes Bowe and family,
Persis and Marvette Bain and family, Carol Davis, Father Mel and
St. Augustine Monestary family, Rolle Avenue family, Vernice,
Elvis, Lloyd and Denise Johnson, Staff of P.M.H. Intensive Care
Unit and Female Surgical I, Stalwart Councillor, Progressive
Liberal Party (St. Thomas More), Prime Minister Perry G. Christie,
and Frank Smith, M.P.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at The Good
Shepherd Funeral Home. Mt. Rose Avenue on Friday from 10-
6pm at the church on Saturday from 10am to service time.


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Mlr. Wendell G. Dean H. U.S. Trained
AManaing Funeral Director

Hoinouring Those Who Die,
Caring For Those 1W'e Serve.


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



Notification of Funeral Service for

MR DAVID FRANCIS
MOISE, 35
of Key West Street and formerly of Haiti will be
held on Saturday, March 18, 2006 at 11am at New
Bethany Union Baptist Church, Key West Street.
Rev. Dr. Victor Cooper Jr., will officiate assisted
by other Ministers and burial will be in Southern
Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.
The Radiance of this "Amethyst of a Gem" will
always glow in the hearts of his:
Mother: Sereste Francois;
Stepmother: Mrs. Amalio Moise;
Brothers: Nalio Moise of Miami, Fla., Mario, Achille,
Anthony and Micius Moise of Boston, Michel Moise of Long Island, NY, Bo-
Bo, Nady and E-Yelle Francois of Haiti;
Sisters: Mrs. Rosemene Dominique of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Adrianne Arnoux of
Boston,
Marie Laura Moise, Rose Francois, Jeanne Francois of Miami, Fla., Marie-
charma, Socnevce and Viegella Francois of Haiti;
Uncle: Ermilio Moise of New York, Eliphene and Merilus Moise of Miami; Fla.,
Zira, Jasner, Calesthene and Augustin Francois;
Aunts: Clerancy, Mesilla, Marie, Claire and Tila of Haiti;
Brother in Law: Prisnell Dominique and'Abady Arnoux of Miami. Fla., and
Joey;
Sister in Law: Mrs. Lozzette and Mrs. Macda Moise and Mrs. Louise Berry
Moise of Long Island NY;
Special Friend & Step-Children: Mary Jeannot, Vanessa, Michael, Widline
and Deunovile;
Nephews: Kevin, Novish, Dominique, Nodly, Todler, Christopher, Novince and
Henry Michael Moise, Austin, Ryan and Fednile;
Neices: Nedghy, Rosenel, and Jessy Dominique, Devanne, Geraldine, Madley,
Acheline, Tawana, Stevena and Teneya Moise, Darline and Cherline Arnoux,
Joanne, Betty and Joericka;
Cousins: Emile, Odilon, Jean Robert, Emilus, Steve, Hubert, Wilter, Johnian,
Renold, Ermilus, Edzer, Celedieu, Eribert, Wilfred, Louverture, Ivanna, Idannetter,
Stephanie, Evelyn, Linda, Emilor, Rosny and Marie Therese Moise, Fortune
Fortile, Rachel Lyons, Roseline Moise-Jones, Ivanna and Yzoff Mergineau,
Phillip, Lithera and Yvana McKinney-Bethel, Jandeira Lundy, Dwight Dean,
Shanique, Indeira and Zavier McKinney and Anastacia Russell;
Godchild: Nadia Pratt;
Friends: Amatide St. Hilaire, Tanie Georges and France Michel of Miami Fla.,
SGoerge Toussaint & Family, Ermanan Pierre-Louise, Lesley Saint Cufkin, John
& Family, Fustnell and Family, Challey Jean and Family, Lerisson, Antoine,
Gino, Black Heart, Perry, John, Fronce, Orianne Pratte & Family, Cuy & Family,
Sido, JoJo, Elise, Anette, Mane Jean, Tipa, Frito, Natan, Nelly, Jean Claude,
Shone & Family, and the whole entire Coco Plum Road and Key West Street
Family.
The body will be viewed in the "Emerald Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary &
Monument.Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road on Friday, March 17, 2006 from
12noon to 6pm and at New Union Baptist Church, Key West Street on Saturday,
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Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas


MR. CHARLES
BENJAMIN BRENNEN,
89

of Windsor Lane East and formerly
of Bullock's Harbour, Berry Island
will be held on Sunday, March 19th,
2006 at 11:00 a.m. at Maranatha
Seventh-day Adventist Church, Prince
Charles Drive. Officiating will be
S "' .. Pastor Eric D. Clarke Assisted by
Pastor H. A. Roach. Interment will
follow in Old Trail Cemetery, Old
Trail Road.

Left to cherish his memories are his Two (2) Daughters; Patricia
Grace McKenzie and Melanie Winder; One (1) Son; Nelson Winder;
Two (2) Adopted-daughters; Yvonne Johnson and Veronica Adderley;
One (1) Brother; Samuel Brennen Sr.; One (1) Sister-in-law; Iris
Brennen; One (1) Brother-in-law; Hinton Burrows; Twenty (20)
Grandchildren; Renae Culmer, Sharon Hamilton, Vernal and David
Taylor, Chanelle, Nevelon, Kendanique and Indira McKenzie, Melanie
Bain, Jermaine Winder, Anya Robinson, Tiffany and Mario Toothe,
Marvin Davis, Carolyn, Dwight, Natasha, Kenya, Roberto and
Jeromy Adderley; Numerous Great-grandchildren; Two (2) Sons-
in-law; Nevelon McKenzie and Joe Johnson; Two (2) Grandsons-
in-law; Delano Hamilton Sr. and Newton Culmer; Numerous Nieces
and Nephews including; Jacqueline Keith of Las Vegas, Nevada,
Elsie Winder, Ruthmae Adderley, Dr. Shane Brennen, Sammy, Sean
and Fr. Scott Brennen, Arnold Winder, Christine Williams, Gracine
Sermons, Vernon Burrows, Tyrone, Clarise and Derek Aranha, Lorna
Cardwell, Sherry Wood, Clayton Brennen, Cyril, Althea, Dennis,
Wenzil, Cleo, Ingrid, Angie, Ruth, Dot, George, Jackson, Andrew,
Wallace and Patrick Brennen, Betty Laing, Lelliot, Ken and Alvin
Brennen and a host of other relatives and friends including; The Rt.
Hon. Prime Minister Perry Christie, Henry Dummett, Cynthia Russell
and family, The Maranatha Community including; Pastor H. A.
Roach and family, Pastor E. D. Clarke and family, The entire
community of Windsor Lane East including; The Thompson,
Hutchinson, Ford and Adderley families, Beryl Taylor and family,
Jimmy and Special thanks to Marcia Campbell, Nicole and family,
Maxine Lord and family, Christopher Roberts and family and the
Berry Island Community.

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


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MR LESLIE "NICK"
WARD, 64

of #10 Rupert Dean Lane will be held
on Saturday, March 18th, 2006 at
10:00 a.m. at Apostle Of The End
Time Church, West and Ferguson
Streets. Officiating will be Apostle
Charles J. Wallace, Apostle Carlos
Wallace and Elder Reginald Hanna.
Cremation will follow.
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Mr. Ward is survived by his Eight (8)
Sons; Troy, Vincent, Philip, Burton, Jarreth and Marcus Ward, Pedrico
Charles and Richard Bain Sr.; Six (6) Daughters; Joyce Miller,
Regina Jolly, Valarie, Theresa and Shenika Ward and Nicola Ferguson;
His Special Friend; Helena Ferguson; One (1) Sister; Patricia Ward;
One (1) Uncle; Wilbur Ward; One (1) Aunt; Natalie Fines; One (1)
Son-in-law; Jeffery Jolly; One (1) Daughter-in-law; Bridgette Ward;
Twenty (20) Grandchildren; Rasheeda, Prince, Ignacio, Resee and
Leslie Jolly, Crystal, Troy Jr., Bryton, Leslie, Tasari, Diane, Shanice,
Vincent Jr., Victor, Shamara, Shacara, Kesisha, Leslie Jr., Kupchuck
and Richard Bain Jr.; Godchild; Sammy Evans; Numerous Nieces
and Nephews including; Glen Woodside and family, Jeffrey Lewis,
Vincent, Craig and Kevin Knowles and family, Danielle Knowles
and family, Latoya Pintard and a host of other relatives and friends
including; Mr. Kevin Basden, Marilyn Collie and family, Howard
Thompson, Apostle Charles Wallace and family, Ednal Curry, Glen
Curry and family, Diann Ward, Enid Saunders, Viola, Debbie and
Cora Naka and-family, Kathleen Bain and family, B.E.C Emergency
Crew, Otto McClounder and family, Bertis and Cleveland Wallace
and family, Charles Wilson and family, Raymond Ferguson and
family, Garnet Deal, Portia Strachan and family, Constance Evans
and family, Maudie Sturrup and family, Keva Lockhard and family,
Crystal Johnson and family, Cleopatra Woodside and family, Earlene
Thompson and family, Kathleen Ferguson and family, Shanika
Douglas and family, Joshua Rolle and family, Friends of Augusta
Street and Lilly and the Valley Corer, The Bain and Black Village
communities and especially Timothy Forbes of B.E.C.

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






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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


Allan McDonald, 78


of Grand Bahama, will beheld on
Sa-urdiay, March 18th, 2006 at 11:00
a in. at Central Church of God, Coral
Road, Freeport, G. B.: Officiating will
be Bishop Fred Newchurch assisted
by Kenton Roki~r.. iiterriexit will
follow in the Grand Bahama Memorial
Park, Forbischer Drive, Freeport, G.


Left to cherish his memory are Sons:
Mario, Henry, Clifford, Harry, Anthony, Patrick,. and P. C. 742
Allan McDonald, Gregory and Basil Munroe, Daughters:
Cleopatra, Dorothy, Cynthia, Lavern Baub, Mizpah, Terry, Laveme,
Clarese, and Gloria Munroe, Forty-eight Grand Children, Thirty
Great Grand Children, Sisters: Eulease Dames and Ethel McNeil,
Sixteen Nieces, Five Nephews, Daugters-in-law: Eulease,
Shamille, Gerrine, and Helen McDonald, Sons-in-law: Leroy
Colebrooke, Patrick Forbes, Don Conover, Elvis Roberts, Special
Friend: Beverly Mackey, Brother-in-law: Glenroy Evans, Other
Relatives and Friends: Charles and Alexander Thompson, Joyce
Sands, Dorothy Phillip, Rev. Denver Dames, Rev. Benjamin Dames,
Locksley McDonald, Una Ferguson., Rev. Errington Dames,
Holiman McDonald, Donnalee Rolle, Leviticus Rolle, Syril Beckles,
the Eight Mile Rock Community Family, especially Gretren.

Viewing will be held in the "Serenity" Suite at Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Coral Road, Freeport on Friday
from 12:00 p. m. until 6:00 p. m. and again at the church on
Saturday from 9:30 a. m. until service time.

Patrick Carroll, 34

of Nassau Village, will be held on
Saturday, March 18th, 2006 at 11:30
a. m. at Central Church of the Nazarene,
East Street South. Officiating will be
the Pastor'Daniel Small and Pastor
Evelyn Rolle. Interment will follow
in the Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and
Spikenard Roads.
Patrick is survived by his Mother:
Shirleymae Whylly, Two Sisters:
Sherry Gibson and Evangelist Melonie


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


Bodie, Three Brothers: Leading Seaman Stephen Whylly of the
-Royal Bahamas Defence Force, Phillip and Ricardo Whylly, Three
Nieces: lesha Whylly, Shakera and Tiffany Gibson, Three
Nephews: Kimworth Bodie, Lester Gibson and Stevejay Whylly,
One Sister-In-Law: Regina Whylly, Two Brothers-In-Law:
Kim Bodie and Leading Mechanic Lester Gibson of the Royal
Bahamas Defence Force, Two Aunts: Eloise Sawyer and Carlos
Sawyer, Two Uncles: Basil Sawyer and Walter Evans, One
Grandaunt: Flossie Thompson, One Granduncle: David
Thompson, Cousins: Nursing Officer Sister Terry Bain and family,
Attorney at Law Linda Evans,. Christine Sawyer and family,
Chantell and family, Jeffery Evans of the Royal Bahamas Defence
Force and Family, Inspector Walter Evans of the Royal Bahamas
Police Force and Family, Everette Evans and Family and Tony
Evans of the Criminal Investigations Department, Numerous other
relatives and friends: Bernice, Neko, Terran, Helen Bain and
family, Rosey Rolle and family, the Whylly and Carroll families,
Ema Thompson and family, Theresa Bonaby and family, Sharon
Sawyer and family, Judy and family, Debbie and family, Rick
Sawyer and family, Marsha, Vanria, Eunice, Patsy and family,
Mrs. Neilly and the Gibson Family, Rev. John and Mother Minerva
Musgrove and family, Rev. Tony Hanna and family, Rev. Kenneth
Bain and family, Rev. Beryl Francis, Roslyn Thompson.

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

DEATH NOTICE

S Edric Frazer, 61

of Fox Hill, died at the Princess
Margaret Hospital on Monday, March
13th, 2006.

He is survived by his Two Sons: Sean
Deal and Ron Frazer, Five Sisters:
Deloris Frazer Williams, Garnell
Sturrup, Ann Nixon, Jackie Colebrooke
and Norma Lockhart, Four Brothers:
Orman Stubbs, Matlyn Frazer, Alvin and Patrick Duncanson, and
a host of other Relatives and Friends.


Funeral arrangements will be announced later.


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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


Cecil Arlington Higgins, 95

of Seven Hills, and formerly of Betsy Bay,
Mayaguana, will be held on Sunday, March
19th, 2006 at 2:30 p. m. at Cousin McPhee
A. M. E. Church, Carmichael Road.
Officiating will be Rev. Randford Patterson,
Rev. Dr. Robert Colebrooke and Rev.
Anthony Carroll. Interment will follow in
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F.
Kennedy Drive.


U His memories will forever linger in the hearts
of his Siblings, Children: Rev. Leroy and
Nebitt Higgins and Ceola Missick, Son-in-law: Rudolph Missick,
Daughters-in-law: Femmie and Berthamae Higgins, Brother-in-law:
Rev. Levi McPhee, Sisters-in-law: Lucinda Missick, Florence, Effie and
Joanna McPhee, and Irene Johnson, Nieces: Mildred Williamson, Edna
Deveaux, Nora Smith, Drucella Williams, Elvara Missick, Donnaley Higgins,
Maria Adderley, Viola Collie, Mary Scavella-Moss, Susan Higgins, Almartha
Murphy, Pearl Thompson, and Francis McPhee, Nephews: Rev. Joshua
Thompson, Evangelist Joel McPhee, Osbond Higgins, Freddie and Leon
Charlton, Hayward McKinney, and Joseph Thomspon, a host of other
Relatives and Friends including: Henny, Amanda, Samantha, and Shequetta
Higgins, Spethanie Higgins, and Dencil Rolle. Special thanks to Rev.
Alexander Missick and Family, Stanley and Edith Collie and Family, Leon
and Ena Charlton, Reggie Charlton, Mildred Williamson, the entire
communities of Betsy Bay, Pirates Well, and Abraham's Bay, Mayaguana.

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


Edney Tinker, 59

of Bridge Close, Mermaid Blvd., will be held
on Saturday, March 18th, 2006 at 1:00 p. m.
at Southwest Cathedral, Shrimp and
Carmichael Road. Officiating will be Pastor
David McPhee assisted by Pastor Errol
i. f Tinker. Interment will follow in Lakeview
.. t, Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.

SLeft to cherish his memory is his faithful and
loving Wife of thirty-three years: Stephanie
Tinker, One Son: P. C. 792 Jamie Tinker, Two Daughters: Keturah and
Tatiana Tinker, Four Sisters: Merina Thompson of Miami, Geneva Tinker,
Eulene Noble of Ft. Lauderdale, and Emerald Tinker, One Brother: Pastor


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


Errol Tinker of Freeport, G. B., One Step Brother: David Miller, One
Aunt: Eunice McPhee, Mother-in-law: Mildred Newry, Father-in-law:
Cecil Newry, Five Sisters-in-law: Alice Tinker, Lydia Woodside, Katrina,
Estella Newry, and Arimenta Wright, Five Brothers-in-law: Elder Kenneth
Newry, Elder Godfrey Newry, Andrew, Steve, and Wentworth Newry,
Fifteen Nieces: Patrice Bonaby, Celeste Evans, Thomasene McPhee,
Brittany Tinker, Monique Noble, Judy Wilson, Lindsy Haynes, Joenell
Gaitor, Deaconess Nettlie Rose, Rev. Gertrude Miller, Jackie Woodside,
Carolyn, Joyce, Julie, and Karen Burnette, Fourteen Nephews: Clive,
Anthony, Kevin Burnette, Edward McPhee, Jason Tinker, Mario Morley,
Rev. David McPhee, Rev. Paul McPhee, Leroy, Edwin, Ronald McPhee,
Aaron, Maddison, and Dion Gaitor, Twenty Grand Nieces, Eighteen
Grand Nephews, and a host of other Relatives and Friends including:
The Families of James McPhee, Henry Bullard, Isolene Rolle, Brenda
Henfield, and Yvonne Sands, The entire South Andros Community, The
Mermaid Blvd. West Community, The Families of Catherine Roker, Roger
Knowles, George Henfield, Nelson Lord, Nemiah Cooper, and Bishop
Clevert Bain, Mt. Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church, Faith Tabernacle
Church, New Covenant Baptist Church, Hour of Power Deliverance Church,
Carmichael Baptist Holiness Church, the I. C. U. and Male Surgical Wards
of P. M. H., Happy, Diesel and Symba Tinker.

Viewing will be held in the "Celestial" Suite at Restview Memorial
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd, Robinson and Soldier Road on Friday
from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and then again at the church on Saturday
from 11:30 a. m. until service time.


SAnnie Taylor, 86

of Yamacraw Beach Estates and formerly
ofDeadman's Cay, Long Island, died at her
residence on Sunday, March 12th, 2006.

She is survived by her Son: Whitfield Pratt,
S Grand Sons: Ray, Stephen, Gregory, Allen,
and Tony Pratt, Step Sons: Joseph, David
Pratt, Paul, Zeke, Claudius Taylor,
Granddaughters: Ernestine Miller and
STanya Evans, Grand Daughters-in-law:
Grealean, Remelda, Stephani, Viviane,
Sandra, and Sheena Pratt, Grand Son-in-law: Everette Evans, Great
Grand Daughters: Omeka, Rayshante, and Rayniqua Pratt, Great Grand
Sons: Tremaine, Jordan Evans, J'Vianti Pratt, Other Friends including:
Alfreda Romer, Pandora, Jenniemae, Lilliamae Miller, Yiola Smith, Sarah,
Ulga and the Lopez Family, the Edgecombe Family of Long Island, and
many more friends and relatives.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later.


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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
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Manique Matthew Manos,
14 Days

of George Town, Ex.ima will be held
on Saturday, March 18, 2006 at 10:00
a.m. at St. Andrew's Anglican Church,
George Town, Exunia, Bahamas.
Officiating will be Fr. Mario Conliffe,
assisted by Fr. Norman Lightbourne
and Rev'd Willish Johnson. Interment
will follow at St. Andrew's Church
Cemetery, George Town, Exuma.


Manique Matthew is sadly missed by his parents, William and
Tanya Manos; grandparents, Irene Farquharson, Theresa and Felix
Aguilar; three sisters, Juliet, Ashley and Danielle; four brothers,
Billy, Robert, Eric and Wilton; aunts, Sonia Bowe, Kimberley
Greenslade, Dottie Hicks, Marilyn and Jacqueline Farquharson,
Dale Morley, Judy Whyms, Patricia Morley and Antoinette Bowleg;
special aunts, Simone Laing, Dr. Joyous Pickstock and Ruth
Woodside; uncles, Vernon, Kendal and Gregory Farquharson,
Ricardo Morley, Richard Manos, Michael Hicks, Godfrey Bowe,
Assistant Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade, Rudy
Whyms, Bercel Morley and Oris Bowleg; cousins, Sonovia,
Kishna, Godfrey Jr. and Navarro Bowe, Stephen, Sonita, Kyle,
Stephen Jr and Faith Sands, Kimel, Chaz and Kristoff Greenslade,
Nicole Scott, Lamar Farquharson, Kendrix and Carla Farquharson,
Rickera, Martinique and Byron Morley, Kelly and Kaydence Lillis,
Patrick and Kyrenia Manos, Oris, Oriel and Opal Bowleg, Gria
Morley, D'Andre, Rudy Jr., Junique and D'Andrinique Whyms
and numerous other relatives and friends.

Viewing will be held at the church in George Town, Exuma on
Friday from 4:00 p.m. to service time on Saturday.


Simeon Silvan Knowles, 75

of #46 Abaco Drive, Hawksbill, Grand Bahama and formerly of
Simms, Long Island, will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2006
at 1:00 p.m. at the Pro-Cathedral of Christ The King Anglican
Church, East Atlantic Drive and Pioneer's Way, Freport, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Rev'd Canon Harry Bain, Rector,
Rev'd Fr. Bernard Been, assistant Curate and Rev'd Canon Winfield


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


Goodridge, assistant. Interment will follow in The Grand Bahama
Memorial Park, Freeport, Grand Bahama.

He is survived by devoted wife of 47 years, Elizabeth Knowles;
three children, Lanetta, Dwight and Dwayne; one daughter-in-
law, Deanna Knowles; grandchildren, Franceska, Saren, Danardo,
Lakia, Tanika, Shanae, Nadia, Davonte and Iranique; one brother,
Victor "Willie" Knowles; four sisters, Roselda, Barbara, Muriel
and Idell; five sisters-in-law, Delano, Alvida, Lula and Etelyn;
two brothers-in-law, Lewis "Mama Cow", Nathaniel; nephews,
Patrick, Zanny, Steve, Elroy, Ken, Kevin, Omar, Orlando, Cyril
"Butch", Peter, Andrew, Steve, Edward, David, Merza, Quinzy,
Kira, Adina, Apryl, Crystal, Beryl, Marion, Marsha, Carolyn,
Etherine, Aniska, Christina, Estella, Rosie, Christine, Tamara,
Antoinette, Glendina, Tammy and Tina; aunt in-law, Irene Adderley;
cousins, Unise Adderley, Granville Pratt, Sarah Pratt, Hilda
Williams; grandnieces, grandnephews and a host of other relatives
and friends including, the Adderley, Smith and Pratt families, Mr.
Saunders, Mr. Saint and family, Marie Farrington and family,
McKenzie, Mr. Franks and family, Mr. Maycock and family, Lynn
and family, Roger, Ira, Jasmine and family, Evelyn Williams,
Mama Lou, Angela Archer, Kathy, Ernest, Violet, Anton, Anna
Musgrove, Albert, Sam Smith, Donna, the entire Hawksbill
community, the community of Simms and Burnt Ground, Long
Island and doctors and staff of The Rand Memorial Hospital.

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 on Saturday at the church form 11:30 a.m. until service time.


DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT

Ms. Iris Louise Fielding, 84

of #193 Eleuthera Drive, Hawksbill,
S Grand Bahama, and formerly of Salt
,: Cay, Turks and Caicos died at her
residence on Wednesday, March 8, 2006.

Funeral arrangements will be announced
t< at a later date.


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FUNERAL SERVICES FOR


Joseph Nathaniel Blyden, 81

a resident of Orleander Ave., South
Beach, will be held at Bethel Baptist
Church, Meeting Street, on Sunday
March 19th, 2006 at 2:00 p.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Timothy
Stewart, assisted by Rev. Jevon O.
Neely and other associate ministers.
Interment follows in Bethel Baptist
Church Cemetery.
Survivors include, his devoted and
loving daughter, Joe'Ann Charlene
Neely; sons, Tyrone Joseph Blyden,
Philip Nathaniel Blyden and Julian
Thomas Blyden; step-son, Nathaniel Lightbourne; brother, Percy
Blyden; sister, Enal Culmer; son-in-law, John 0. Neely, Sr.; daughter-
in-law, Annamae Blyden; step daughter-in-law, Rachelle Lightbourne;
brothers-in-law, Samuel Rahming, David Gibson of Clearwater, Florida,
Raymond Gibson and Edward Gibson of Long Island; sisters-in-law,
Ethel Johnson, Sybil Blyden, Mary Blyden, Gertrude Rahming, Rose
Gibson, Ella Gibson, Florence Taylor, Flossie Taylor, Lillian Butler,
Doreen Armbrister; grandchildren, Dr. John Neely, Jeremy Neely of
Philadelphia and Rev. Jevon Neely, Kenyetta Blyden, Tyrese and
Tyrone Joseph Blyden, Jr., Omar, Tramaine, Megan, Tameka, Tameco
and Lavardo Blyden, Najee and Nai Lightbourne; grand-daughters-in-
law, Joy Neely and Nicole Neely of Philadelphia; great grand-children,
Brianna, Naila Neely, Nacoa McKenzie; nephews, Benjamin and Van
Johnson of Freeport, Dr. Gershwin Blyden of Miami, FI. and John
Blyden, Godwin Blyden, Bernard Rahming, Samuel Rahming, Jr.
Bruno Poitier, Fran Rahming, Warren Rolle, and Kermit Rahming,
Rudy Alvin Blyden of Baltimore; nieces, Juanita Symonette, Pamela
Minnis Harris of New York, Marilyn Rahming, Judy Woods, Alma
Tinker, Veta Blyden-Brown of Barbados, Calliope Blyden-Williams
of New York, Persis Blyden-Hepbun, Louis Blyden, Princess Blyden,
Walbertha Johnson, Marion 'Mae' Johnson, Lula Johnson of Freeport,
Wealthia McMillan, Mavis Tinker, Carmen Rahming, Shawna Rahming,
Lee Poitier, Laura Rahming, Rhonda Rolle and Shamika Rahming,
other relatives and friends including, Neville and Barbara Albury, Peter
and Marie Roberts-Whitfield, Sir Clement Maynard, Hon. Livingston
Coakley, Lucreta Walker, Shirley Plummer and family, Delia Craig
and family all of Delray Beach, Fl., Willimae Deveaux, Gordon and
Burdine Parks, Hillary and Sheena Deveaux, Peter Deveaux-Isaacs,
Sheila Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson and family, David
Seymour, Leslie Stubbs, Leslie Albury, Thelma Thompson and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Hartman Rolle, Joseph Ferguson, Myrtle Thompson,
Hazel Chipman, Edwin Bruce Thompson, Kenneth Thompson, Pastor
Hugh A. Roach, Charles 'Stinger' Moss, George Deveaux, Indiana
Hanna, Craig Hanna, Southerners Lounge, Rev. Timothy Stewart and
family, Pastors, Officers and Members of Bethel Baptist Church,
Members of Bethel Baptist Senior Saints, Rev. Matthias Munroe and
The British Legion (Nassau Branch), Royal Eagle Lodge I, The Prince
Hall Masonic Family, Bahamas Taxi Cab Union, The Community of
South Beach, doctors and nurses of Princess Margaret Hospital Male
Medical and Male Surgical Wards.


Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,


Market Street, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday and on Sunday
from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until
service time.

Loletta Munnings, 61

a resident of Malcolm Road East and
formerly of Orange Creek, Cat Island,
will be held at Transfiguration Baptist
Church, Market and Vesey Streets, on
Saturday March 18th, 2006 at 11:00
a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Stephen
Thompson, assisted by Rev. Basil
Johnson and Apostle Philmon Ferguson.
Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish her precious memory
are her six children, Mrs Lola-mae Carey, Prudence, Pauline, Clarence,
Daron and Wilfred Sargent of Miami Florida; four step children, Betty
Dean, Andy, Rosemary and Stephanie, Sargent; three sisters, Cynthia
Hanna, Elizabeth Munnings of Miami Florida and Druscilla Munnings;
two adopted sons, Devon Hinds and Damien Stewart; five daughters-
in-law, Davonne, Veronique, Elizabeth and Charlene Sargent and
Jeanette Crenshaw; one son-in-law, Elvin Carey; 36 grand children,
Delneisha Sears, Lashanda Tucker of Union County Florida, Elvin,
Elvardo and Eric Carey, Shaniqua and Owen Nicholls, Dwayne Brennen,
Kerneisha Cartwight, Brandon Gray, Donetta, Calvin, Marcian, Nicholas,
Claraneisha, Brittney, Shantae, Dashantae, Theresa, Samantha, Andy
Jr. and Randy, Sargent, Keno, Romeo, Dario, Fredrick, Tamar, Fredessa,
Lateisa, Deandra,Vanria Sargent, Latanya Hanna, Stephen Oliver; two
greatgrand children, Delneiko Smith and Angela Tucker; numerous
neices and nephews including Zachariah, Allan, George, Hayward,
Mary, Una and Camie Dorsette, Fredlyn Munroe, Brenda
Robinson,Vertean and'Kermit Mackey, Linda Demeritte, Sandra
Stubbs,Yvonne Johnson, Edward, Ronald, Kendal and Wendall Russell,
Kevin, Kerry, Steven and Dion Robinson, Judith Johnson, Prince
SMunnings and Porleamae Rollins, other relatives and friends including
Druscilla Rodriquez,Yvette Dorsette, Sharon Bastian, Thelma Thompson
and family, Melvin Saunders and family, Rev. Albert Brown and
family, Ronald Nicholls and family Dwight Chartow and family Vera
Perpal and family Pastor Philmon Ferguson and United Faith Ministries
Church family, Pastor and Mrs. Thomas, Inez Carey and family Staff
of Sandilands Rehabilitation Center especially Robert Smith and Kelly
Ward, Staff at Female Medical II and Eye Ward at PMH, Staff of Super
Value Golden Gates, and Buy For Less Foodstore, Katherine Caroll
and family, Rev. Stephen Thompson and members of Transfiguration
Baptist Church, Alma Johnson and family, Dr. Olga Clarke and family,
Elsie Burrows and family, Dorothy Johnson and family, Sharell Hamilton
and family, Donell Johnson and family, Nurse Margaret Francis Ford
Malcom Allotment family, Wellington St. families and friends in
Florida.

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


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Delores Netlie Strachan, 60

a resident of Deep Creek, Eleuthera
will be held at Zion Baptist Church,
Deep Creek, Eleuthera, on Saturday
March 18th, 2006 'at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Zilchus
Thompson and Rev. Dr. Carrington
Pinder. Interment follows in Deep Creek
Public Cemetery...

Left to cherish memory are her; two
daughters,- Rosemary Cartwright dMnd
Yvonne Bullard: four adopted
daughters, Karen Miller. Hazel Strahan,
Tracy, Jennifer Tumlin; six brothers, William hN miller. Richard Ferguson,
Vincent Ferguson, Nelson Goodman, Walter Miller and John Thompson;
six sisters, Lorissa Anderson, Doilymae Mckenzie. Gelita Miller,
Joycelyn Cartwright, Orthalee Adderly and Rosemary Clarke; nine-
grandsons, Amardo, Alkanah, Valentino, Deangelo, Alexander, Andrew,
Jamie, Shaquille and Wesley Jr.; two grand daughters, Stacia and
Lindey; two great grand children, Mario and Desaia; seven brothers-
in-law; Samuel Strachan, Lincey Cartwright Sr., Zaffie Mckenzie,
Prince Strachan, Tyrone Adderley, Keith Worrell Sr. and Charlie
Strachan; five sisters-in-law, Rosetta Strachan, Melida Thompson,
Veronica Ferguson, Monica Miller and Ranell Miller; mother-in-law,
Doras Strachan; son-in-law, Frank Cartwright Jr.; two uncles, Earlin
Sands and Ezra Sands; three aunts, Doris Mortimer, Zipah Gibson and
Julia Anderson; thirty-eight nieces, Anithra, Veronica, Keiani, Joycelyn,
Shenique, Tanza, Tasia, Maria, Georgina, Mearlese, Olamae, Gertrude,
Margaretta, Terecita, Nicole, Sharon, Andrea, Monica, Sanice, Demetrius,
Olivia, Dellarese, Shonrean, Toya, Nishkah, Raquel, Erica, Diandra,
Kaijell, Paige, Christine, Alecia, Sharetta, Sharell, Lannie, Albanique,
Nakell Missy and Rayland; thirty-seven nephews, Lincey Jr, Lavardo
Sr., Lothario, Jeffrey, Edwin, Tavon, Tanaz, Brently, Keith Jr., Samuel,
David, Leroy, Delbert, O'neal, Devon, Jason, Omar, Johnny, Kendrick,
Aliston, Kayde, Stephen, Sterling, Leo, Javon, Seth, John, Crys al,
Reno, Howard, Walter,. Emerson, Olander, Anton, Darell, Raheem and
Raykeem; a host of other friends and realitives including Honorable
Oswald Ingraham, Firstina and Junior Pratt, Keith Worrell and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Pinder, Edwin Mortimer, Bernice Pinder, Leotha
Anderson, McKinney family, Anderson family, Strachan family,
Thompson family, Brown family, Sweeting family, Lilymae Sands and
family, Donnalee Miller and family, Pratt family, Gibson family, Rev.
Zilchus Thompson and family, John Scarlott, Cartwright family, Basil
Bullard and family, Michael Gardiner and family, William Albury and
family, Brian Brown and family, Julia Anderson, Zilphah Gibson, Dr.
Smith of Eleuthera, Nurse Angela, Nurse Dorsett, Bill and Beth Tumlin,
Kadeska and Anishka Cartwright, Mary Cartwright, Anthony Miller,
Bill Sweeting, Iris Wemyss, Naomi Turnquest, Mervin Sweeting and
family, Ruth Farquarson, Hazel Thompson, Elva, Pinder family, Andrew
Mcphee, Nicola, Katherine Garvy, Prudence Black, Tanya Benjamin,
Ramona Moncur, Nola Brown, Andrew McPhee, Marge Kemp, Shirley
Seymour, the Brown and Darling families, the nurses and doctors at
the Princess Margaret Hospital, Female Surgical I, the Management
and Staff of British American Insurance Co., the Bank Of Nova Scotia,


Cost Rite, Radisson Hotel and Banquet Department and the Community
of Deep Creek Eleuthera.

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 the
churh in Eleuthera from 5:00 p.m. until service time.

Elder Otis McGregor, 83

a resident of Blanket Sound, Andros,
will be held at St. Hope Baptist Church,
Blanket sound, Andros, on Saturday
March 18th, 2006 at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Samuel
Fowler, assisted by Pastor Jenneth
Marshall, Pastor Ifill Russell, Rev. Dr.
S B.A. Newton, Rev. Dorinda Dean and
other ministers of the gospel. Interment
,S follows in Blanket Sound Cemetery.

Left to cherish his memory are his eight
(8) children, Erma, Degry, Eric, Tyrone, Lacitus, Molly, Crestwell
and Jennifer; sister, Ethel McGregor; numerous grand and great grand
children including, Robertha, Leslie; wife Petherina, Gwendolyn;
husband, Troy, Stephen, wife Hyacinth, Michelle, Diann, husband
Cartwell, Annadell, husband Linkwood, Annemieker, husband James,
Eric Jr., Melissa, Latoya, Lavardo, Alexander, Sharvis, Frederick Jr.,
Anishka, Shacoya, Theron, Yasmine, Leondre', Avard, Jeron, Corde',
Brandon, Alphanique, Leslie Jr., Shantre', Cardea, Stephen Jr., Dania,
Ebony, Sarah, Cardeisha, Charisma, Eric Jr. II, Eric III, Otez, Darius,
Latreco and Sharvis Jr.; adopted children, Vantlock Fowler and John
Saunders; daughters-in-law, Patricia and Alician; godchild, Angela
Riley; nieces including, Ellamae Taylor, Leelox (five) Smith, Joyce
Brown, Cynthia Miller, Madline Buttoc, Meryl and Elva, Rose Mackey,
Amette Newton, Alma Woodside, Thelma Fowler, Willamae McGregor,
Pastor Monica Paul, Ettamae Moss, Beryl, Esther, Missy, Alnora,
Rowena and Rose; nephews including, Nelson Fowler, Dennis McIntosh,
Shervan, Granville and Ishmael Brown, Elvage Taylor, Corporal Garnet
McGregor, Wendell, Edward, Jeffrey and Preston; numerous grand,
great-grand and great great grand nieces and nephews including, Joy,
Ellen, Linda, Ulrick, Sharon, Brenda and Laverne; special friends
including, Willamena, Relcina, Susan Bethel, Bill Adderley and Eric
Sweeting; other relatives and friends including, The Sweeting, Fowler,
Scott, Munroe, Bauld, Woodside, Curtis, Saunders, Newton, Johnson,
Riley, Colebrooke, Nesbitt and Conyers families; Dec. Irvin and Vyreen
Bain, Pastor Marina Sands, Pastor Jenneth Marshall and the St. Hope
Baptist Church family, Pastor C.J. Miller, Pastor Dorinda Dean, Sheena
Munroe, John Barrett, Rosedell Bowe, Isadora Scott, Ewine and family,
Rodger Munnings, Noah Newton, Arthur Murphy and the remaining
friends of North and Central Andros Districts.

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 Friday at the church
in Andros from 5:00 p.m. until service time.


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HazelAdela Sterling, 79

a resident of Mt. Royal Avenue and formerly
of Lowe Sound, Andros, will be held at St.
Francis Xavier Cathedral, West Hill Street on
Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev.
Kendrick Forbes. Interment follows in St.
Joseph's Cemetery, Tyler Street.


Precious memory will forever linger in the hearts
of her husband, Gladstone; daughters, Shirley
and Tanya; son, Obie; sister, Prudence; and
brother-in-law, Harold Woodside Senior of
Mastic Point, Andros; five grandchildren,
Sherrese Turnquest, Claudwell Arett, Tamie
Amett-Clarke, Kayah Arett-Cox and Kendra
Amett; eight great grandchildren, Bryan McKenzie, Claudia Arnett, Kierra Cox,
Trinity Cox, Claudwell Arnett Jr., Tamia Clarke, Jarese Clarke and Jasmine Cox;
numerous nieces and nephews including, Ulrick, Harvey and Alphonso Woodside,
Icelyn and Paul, Wade, Ena, Blanch and Dale Thurston, Densil, Leonard and Larry
Gibson, Bernice Jackson, Andrea, Dorothy, Yorick Jr., Peggyann, Cleo, Vernita, Greg,
Nadine, Edith, Elaine, Lafran, John. Frankie, Christine, Landrale Gibson and Earlin
Bain.ahost of relatives and friends including Naomi and Roselda Woodside, Elon
Arnett, Carlton Bowleg, Nathaniel Pratt, Queenie, Omar and Mario Ferguson, Dr.
Elwood Donaldson, The Honourable Bradley Roberts, The Legend of Mary, St. Francis
family, doctors and nurses of The Princess Margaret Hospital Female Medical I and
II, North Andros, Lowe Sound and Red Bays communities.

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 9:00 a.m. until
service time.

Kelsey Maria Sweeting, 43

a resident of Sunset Drive off Carmichael Road,
will be held at First Baptist Church, Market
Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will
be Pastor Earle Francis, assisted by other
ministers of religion. Interment follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

She is survived by one daughter, Terasean
.. Sweeting; two sons, Kemuel Delancy and Terry
S"J. Sweeting Jr., one grandson, Latrell Delancy;
three sister, including Elva Brown; one adopted
sister, Rosetta "Rosie" Gibson (best friend); two
brothers, Brian Delancy and Marco Brown;
numerous nieces, including Brittany Lightboume,
Jade Collins, Breann Delancy, Nevillina( Alabama) and Nakeisa Munnings, Monique
Brown, Diedre Rolle, Sharika Martin (New York), Jan-Marie and Vanessa Brown;
15 nephews, Dwayne and Marcus Collins, Trevon Wright, Jarvis, Jahman and Jahbarry
Delancy, Devante Lightboume, Elvardo Moss, Basil Jr., Eric and Ryan Saunders; five
aunts, including Deanne Forbes, Vanria Kemp and Sharon Sturrup; one uncle, Ben
Delancy; mother-in-law, Dolly Saunders; father-in-law, Kirkwood Sweeting; step-
father-in-law, Emerson Saunders; three sisters-in-law, Ednamae Munnings, Brenda
Rolle (Port St. Lucie, Florida) and Michelle Sweeting; seven brothers-in-law, Perry,
Stanford and Kirkwood Sweeting, Basil Saunders Sr., Anthony Green, Neville
Munnings and John Rolle (Port St. Lucie, Florida); numerous cousins, one godchild
and other family and friends, including Kenton Curry and family, Steven Brown and
family, Camille Forbes and family, Donimique Hawkins and family, Godfrey Sherman
and family, Phillippa Rahming and family, Delon Pinder and family, Sandra Deveaux


and family, Kimmerie King and family, Russell family, King family, Marcus Collins,
Gia Humes, Patrick Lightboume, Rolanda Hudson and family, The Nassau International
Airport family, especially Flight Standards Inspectorate Division and The Department
of Civil Aviation (Crawford Street and Nassau International Airport).

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.

Andrew Benjamin Maycock, 51

a resident of Thompson Lane, will be held at
St. Cecilia's Catholic Church, 3rd & 4th Streets,
Coconut Grove, on Friday March 17th, 2006
at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Msgr. Simeon
Roberts. Interment follows in St. Agnes
Cemetery, Nassau Street.

Left to cherish his memory are his children,
Andrea and Andrew Maycock Jr.; stepchildren,
Vanessa and Gerard Major; sisters, Diane
Maycock-Williams, Carmetta, Beverley and
Paige Maycock; brothers, Brian H. Sgt. Brian,
Leslie and Derek Maycock; step-mother, Dona
Maycock; aunts, Ruth Millar, Norma Allen,
Dolly Foster, Violet Ellis and Aura lMaycock; uncle, Sammy Carey of Tarpum Bay,
Eleuthera; grandaunt, Lillian McCartney of Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera; god-parents,
Eddie Archer, New York, Patsy Nichols; brother-in-law, John R. Williams; sisters-
in-law, Loretta, Beverley Ophelia Maycock; former wife and friend, Ivy Williams-
Maycock; nieces, Lauryn Symonette, Mia, Anjelika, and Sheniqua Maycock, Michelle
Davis; nephews, Jarret Major, Maverick, Ryan, Ashton, Shawn, Solomon, and Brian
(Jr.) Maycock, Rasheed Pickstock; cousins, Niven, Marty, Jason and Cindy Allen,
Keith and Kevin Ellis, Sherry Ellis-Benjamin, Keva Ellis-Riley, Eloi, Atwood, James
and Don Carey, Cindy Morley, Delphine Carey, Monique Millar, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Poitier, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wallace, Norma Wallace, William "Buttons" Bowe,
Michael Foster, Sonja Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stubbs and family, Philip and
Garth Stubbs, Tanya Maycock, Raquel Maycock-Curry; other relatives and friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Deveaux and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Martin and family,
Sheila Butterfield and family, Franklyn Rolle, Cynthia Archer and family, Agnes
Albury and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Joffre and family, Michael "JR" Fernander,
the children of the Late Ethelyn Wallace, Roosevelt Major of Freeport, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Knowles and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gray, Daniel Rodnque and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Boyd and family, Maxwell "Scrubbs" Rolle Mr. and Mrs. Femley
Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Wenzel Weech and family, Beulah Dean and family, Kathleen
Pratt and family, Marsha North-Bain, Inez Russell and family, Mrs. Larrimore and
family, Dandria Bowe, Paula Grant, James Williams and family of Dundas Town,
Abaco, Bishop Clarence N. Williams and Evangelist Dr. Barbara Williams and family,
Evangelist Vera Rigby and family, Hopeful Hanna and family, Myrtle Boodle and
family, Evelyn Paige and family, Rupert Williams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne
Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Boodle of Cooper's Town, Abaco, Mr. Shirlin Williams
and family, Evangelist Princess Culmer and family of Miami, Florida, and his many
adopted "mothers", The Management and Staff of Big One Shoe Store, The Tennis
Center, The Do Drop In Cleaners, Alpha Sounds Station, Penny Savings Barber Shop,
The Thompson Lane, Gibbs Corner, Strachan's Corner families, The doctors and
nurses at Asthma Bay, Accident and Emergency Department of the Princess Margaret
Hospital.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from
12:00 noon -6:00 p.m. on Thursday and on Friday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until
service time.


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Naomi Rebecca Nottage Nee
Knowles, 90

a resident of Grace Avenue, Palmetto
Village and formerly of Millerton, Long
Island, will be held at Evangelistic
Temple, Collins Avenue, on Saturday at
11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr.
Vaughan Cash and Rev. Dave Cash.
Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.

Left to cherish fond memory are two
sons, William (Dwight) and Michael;
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." Florian "George" Devalon, 72

Sa resident of Rock Sound, Eleuthera will
be held at St. Anne's Catholic Church,
S Rock Sound, Eleuthera on Saturday at
10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Fr.
Gregory L. Hogan, assisted by Cathecist
John Farrington. Interment follows in
|:.l ** "1 the Catholic Cemetery, Rock Sound,
Eleuthera.

Left to cherish his memory are his loving
_-. wife, Eliciene Devalon; daughters, Floria
Devalon and Betty McSweeney; sons;
Sala, Anrio and Lucien Devalon; grandchildren, Leo. Javon, Brandon
McSweeney, Franz Jr., Cameron Rolle, Elicia Knowles; sisters,-Madona,
Camelita Devalon; brothers, Gilbert, Emile Laurent; aunt, Acela Laurent;
uncle, Eamier Laurent; nieces, Rena, Debbie, Janet, Nancy, Maria,
Sheila; nephews, Maxi, John, Odrick, Barnett, Gabriel; sisters-in-law,
Ismaini, Edna Benoit; brothers-in-law, Tata Benoit; son-in-law, Leo
McSweeney; other relatives and friends including, Gloria Strachan,
Franz Rolle and family, Vince Sweeting, Shorty, Leta, Dilara, Claud,
Claudius, Julie, Julian Smith, John Francis and family, Erma Sands and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rolle and family, the Sands family, the
Symonette family, Mrs. Virginia Outten and family, Justice Joseph
Strachan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayde McKinney and family, the
Pyfrom family, Mr. Ronald Ferguson and family, Chris, Clyde, Gerard,
Joel, Nurse Anya and Kalie Symonette, Andy Taylor and family, George
and Ridardo Fernander, Dr. Sydney Smith of Rock Sound, staff of Rock
Sound Clinic, Alfred Bullard and family, Pastor Lincoln Young and
members of Church of Christ, St. Anne's Church family and the Haitian
community of Rock Sound, Eleuthera and the entire community of Rock
Sound, Eleuthera.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Rock
Sound, Eleuthera from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the
church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.


Knowles; one sister-in-law, Edith Knowles; one brother-in-law, Wilkerson
Nottage; five grandchildren, Daria, Mckethan, Mitesha, Dalya and
Teschandre; one great grandchild, Darielle Nairn; nieces, Audrey
Henriques, Viola Cunningham, Lorna Glinton, Alvilda and Hilda Pratt,
Elsine Thompson, Jonnette and Ruth Smith, Clothilda Knowles, Curlena
Smith, Margaret Collie; Joyce Neilly, Sharon Cash, Shirlene Watson,
Judith Beneby; nephews, Edwin Knowles, Amos and Donald Pratt, Rev.
Dr. Vaughan Cash, Rev. Dave Cash; other relatives and friends,
grandnieces and nephews, Ivy and Olive Knowles, Mildred Deal,
Rowena Darville, Vernie Neilly, Winnie Adderley, Virginius, John,
Leonard, Ronald, Axel, Samuel, Burley, Thelma, Melvenia, Susanne,
Lois and Joseph Knowles, Charles Major, Grace Nottage, Francis,
Zelma, Mary Charles and Cassandra Nottage, Mr and Mrs. Glen and
Jerry Nottage, other Nottage family members in Nassau, Eleuthera and
the U.S.A.

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.

Marilyn Louise Maycock, 49

a resident of Ragged Island Street, will
be held at First Baptist Church, Market
Street on Saturday at 3:00 p.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Earle Francis,
assisted by other ministers of the gospel.
Interment follows in Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.

Left to cherish her memory are her three
daughters, Tonya Darling, Natasha
Maycock-Williams and Nakasa
SMaycock; three sons, Sireno and Brion
Smith and Japel Forbes; mother, Evelyn Frith; one sister, Jennie Morley;
four brothers, Gregory Morley, Bradley and Trevor Smith and Gromeko
Symonette; six nieces, Carmel and Linda Morley, Ketra, Allisha and
Ashanti Smith and Ashati Symonette; nine nephews, Jamel, Kareem
and Darise Morley, Shanna Frith, Shano and T'Quan Smith, Keyovanno
Moss, Takeem Smith, Gregory Morley Jr. and Gromyho Symonette; 11
grandchildren, Ryan Dean, Tarnisha, Claysha, C. J. and Desha Williams,
Lamonte Gardiner, Desha King, Tavanno, Takeel, Robinique and Ricardo
Thompson; two aunts, Edlia Hepburn and Rose Flowers; two grand
aunts, Edith Darling and Elsiemae Farrington; one son-in-law, Clayton
Williams; one sister-in-law, Vernita Morley; cousins, Kendra, Kevin
and Tasma Sturrup, Norma, Eddie and Kenneth Beckford, Corell Cargill,
Judy Deleveaux and Tresha; best friend, Steven Woodside; other relatives
and friends including Bernice Robinson, Antoinette, Lorine Pinder,
Norma Clarke, Berdina Moss, Sherryann, Ann Williams, Alice Smith,.
Mrs. Turner, M & M, Shirley Culmer, Natlee Johnson and Jenny.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday from
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gold, 20" rims, leather int., sound system, 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac,
DVD player, fully powered, A/C, financing available, license & inspection,
mahogany dash, $18,500 OBO, fianci 22 available, section,
Call: 361-0950 or 434-3035 Call: 394-2277


2003 Ford F-150,
regular cab & 4-dr models, available @ Sanpin
Motors, prices starting from $16,800 and Up,
warranty, license & insp. Serviced, Etc. trades
are welcome, Call: 325-0881-2


BBF #722
2003 Altima, gold,
20" rims, leather int., sound system, DVD
player, fully powered, A/C,
mahogany dash, $18,500 OBO,
Call: 361-0950 or 434-3035


2005 Ford Sport Trac XLT,
Ithr & loaded, 3K miles, one owner,
balance of factory warranty applies
check it out @ Sanpin $31,995,
Trades or welcomed,
Call: 325-0881-2


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1995 Ford Contour GL,
green, auto,
engine running good, need mounts,
$1,400 OBO,
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BBF #648
1998 Nissan 200SX,
2-dr, 1 owner, runs good,
very dependable car,
$6,000 ONO,
Call: 392-7934 anytime


IF #651
2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue,
leather, fully pwr, sunroof, CD changer, 19"
rims, $8,500 OBO,
2002 Dodge Neon, $5,000
Call: 424-8470


BBF #653
1998 GMC Truck, 4x4,
extended cab, CD & cassette player, leather
seats, mahogany wood, customized interior and
exterior, excellent condition, clean and more,
Call Eddie at: 357-7629 or 392-1539.


2002 Trailblazer,
black, 4-door,
$24,000,
Excellent Condition!! Call: 558-4585


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BBF #665
1997 Jeep Wrangler Premium
Sound System CD player, sound bar, 4 cylinder,
great on gas, charcoal rims, excellent condition,
low miles, $8,500,
fantastic buy,
Call: 424-2838 or 557-2727


1998 Expedition,
gun-metal grey, set, remote start, leather seats,
third row seat, new head lights, $11,000 ONO,
trades welcome,
Call: 454-0593 or 324-1787


1996 Toyota Corolla's
loaded & nice, available @ Sanpin Motors,
$6,500,
License & Insp. Warranty service etc.
Call: 325-0881-2


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2001 Dodge Cargo Van,
1 ton, A/T, A/C, available @ Sanpin Motors,
warranty, license & Insp. Service,
$16,800, Call: 325-0881-2


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2000 Cadillac Escalade
Black with Tan Leather interior 54K miles 22
inch Chrome Wheels Fully Loaded in mint
condition. $29,000.00 O.B.O Serious inquiries
only. Call (242)646-2386 or (242)351-8889


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BBF *691
1996 Honda CRV
in mint condition, available @ Sanpin Motors
$11,500 & loaded, warranty, license & insp. Etc.
trades are welcome,
Call: 325-0881-2


BBF #694
1994 Toyota Windoms,
loaded, available @ Sanpin Motors,
$6,200,
warranty, license & insp. Etc.
Call: 325-0881-2


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1999-2001 Ford Taurus,
@ Sanpin Motors $11,500 & loaded, warranty,
license & insp. Etc. trades are welcome,
starting @ $9,995 & up
Call: 325-0881-2


1994-1996 Nissan Primera,
@ Sanpin Motors; loaded, warranty,
license & insp. Etc. $5,000 & up
Call: 325-0881-2


2004 Nissan Sen-a B-15,
S-shift, loaded, factory alarm,
$14,500,
@Sanpin Motors, warranty,
licensed & inspected, serviced etc.
trades are welcomed,
Call: 325-0881-2


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1995 Dodge Neon,
beige interior, low mileage, just got serviced, as
is $3,000 OBO, Call: 341-3154 or 525-2739


BBF #757
2002 Chevy Silverado,
low miles, PS, PB, radio, cassette, ice cold A/C,
automatic, white, looks and runs good, just like
new, won't last long at only $18,500,
Call: 322-8734, 565-6840 or 325-3110


BBF #760
PARTS FOR SALE,
1993 Ford Ranger,
4.0 6cyl engine, auto transmission,
rear end body parts,
1997 Ford Ranger 7' back bed,
Call: 422-5475


1994 Honda Jazz,
black, A/C, fully pwr, sunroof, 3-drs,
$7,500 ONO,
Call: 436-6516 anytime


1994 Altima, blue,
GXE, A/C, power fully, running excellent,
reliable transportation, $3, 400 ONO, Also
Altima parts for sale,
Call: 361-6855 or 565-2876


1998 B14
18" alloysA/C, CD, alarm, fully pwr,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 361-0029 or 455-5564


1994 F-150 Ford,
Strat, 6CL, standard shift,
$4,000,
Call:394-0046 or 477-0876


Grand Cherokee, $5,500,
20" Rims set $3,000,
17" rims set $750,
Call. 324-1483


2003 Mitsubishi Lancer,
pwr everything, CD, alarm,
less than 20K miles,
$10,500 OBO,
Call: 636-5704


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F 1994 Honda Accord,
SIR. H228 motor, DOHC, 100 shot Nitrous, coil
overs. cooi air intake, alarm, lots more.....
; storm m paint job, must see to appreciate.
$7,200.00,
Cell:558-7562


2003 Ford F-150 Triton V8,
low mileage, excellent condition,
10 disc CD changer, sunroof, 4-dr,
$20,000,
Call: 325-6500 or 457-2526


BBF #763
1997 Honda Civic,
red, DOHC, 17" chrome rims, standard shift, 2.0
engine, A/C, CD, new back, carbon fiber lights,
front projector head lamp, black,
$7,500 OBO,
Call: 393-7028 or 558-7621
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BBF #763
1995 Honda Accord,
two time, Black & Blue, A/C, automatic, CD, up
graded, speakers, coil over springs,
$3,800 OBO,
Call: 324-7911 or 456-9121


BBF #768
1995 Q45 Infiniti,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 324-5552
or 427-9961


1993 Lancer,
Apex blow off, new paint job, $7,000.
w/rims, of $6,000 w/out, turbo timer, sound
system; A/C, low miles,
Call: 454-3756


TRIB #290
2005 FORD ECOSPORT
Blue with black/blue interior
$18,000.00 OBO
Manual 6 speed, 5 door,
power windows, mirror, CD player
Tel: 364-1346
Cell: 426-3286


BBF #766
2001 Honda Civic,
RHD, mint condition,
less than 24K miles, clean title, one owner, fully
loaded, CD, A/C,
$13,000,
Call: 557-2727

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TRIB #396
1992 SC 400
Black with tan interior
$7,500.00
20" rims, runs good and look good,
No set
Tel: 392-0384 Cell: 636-0049


TRIB # 479
1999 CHEVY LUMINA LS, 3.4
Black with grey interior
$7,900.00 OBO
Cold AC, & 75,000 Miles, pioneer sound system,
dual exhaust, Car runs great
Tel: 436-2085


TRIB #489- 2001 FORD F150 LARIAT
Black & Gold with beige leather interior,
$35,000.00 OBO,
Fully loaded, fully customized, garage kept.
Ordered direct from factory. In mint condition in
and outside. Must see to appreciate.
Serious enquiries only.
Tel: 324-5107 Cell: 357-8506


JUST IN, 2004 BUICK CENTRUY
white with grey interior, fully loaded, AC, CD
$15,000.00
1994 ACCORD, Auto, 4 door $3,800.00
1998 MONTE CARLO
Gold, power everything $5,400.00
Tel: 323-5080/565-7592 Leave message
Edward


TRIB #319
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


18 FT WELLCRAFT,
dual axel continental trailer, 115 HP
Yamaha 1999 Original owner,
clean and running.
Must sell: Owner leaving island
Tel: 361-2711
Cell: 456-1780


BBF #767
1993 Honda Civic,
blue, standard shift, clean tan,
interior custom,
Honda colored, wheels,
$2,500 ONO,
Call: 328-4168 or 454-3622


1992 Toyota Coaster,
just in from Japan, automatic,
A/C, $21,000 OBO,
Call: 477-3655
or
325-3201


OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
Price for quick sale, Serious enquiries only
1994 CADILLAC DEVILLE
Silver with grey interior, leather top roof,
Beautiful vehicle with 20" rims, pioneer power
sound system, 10 disc CD changer, low miles,
low price, See to appreciate AC,
Leather seats Fully loaded.
$6,000.00 ONO
Tel: 525-7403 457-2791/323-5196


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Rudy red w/ gold emblems & pinstripping,
daylights, plush cream leather interior, rich
mahogany & metalic accents, power everything,
steering wheel controls, 8-ways seats w/2 per
memory, Ice cold AC, 20 "chrome. A
presidential ride on air suspension
$10,500.00 ONO
Serious inquiries only 535-0758 anytime leave
message. (factory rims available by request)


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TRIB #399
1999 GEO METRO
partly new, Aque green exterior,
AM/FM, AC Low mileage, low gas,
$3,800.00
Owner leaving Island
Tel: 455-9319


TRIB #452
1994 HONDA INTERGA
Silver with grey interior,
4 door Sedan, AC, rims, CD,
Good condition.
Japan Imported
Tel: 327-1151
Cell: 457-2039


TRIB #401
1993 MITSUBISH PAGERO JEEP,
GREY
$6,000.00 ONO
Standard shift, Good condition, 2 door
Tel: 394-7666
Cell: 357-3964


1998 DODGE CARAVAN
Green with brown interior
Excellent condition. Price to go
$5,000.00
Tel 328-2917 Cell: 457-2629


1999 HONDA ACCORD
Black with grey interior
$9,500.00
18" chrome rims, DVD player, screen
in dash Clear title vehicle
Tel: 361-3672
Cell: 455-3052

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TRIB #483
NISSAN MAXIMA
Champagne with black/grey interior
Asking $3,500.00
Head gas kit blown,
however car still runs great,
Cold AC, fresh paint job, clean interior
Tel: 525-2744


1999 ISUZU RODEO
Pearl white with grey interior
$12,900.00
Just in from States, power everything, beautiful
car 4x4, CD player, runs like a breeze,
A must see.
Tel: 364-7611








RIB #460
1999 DODGE STRATUS
Bluish purple with grey interior
$5,300.00(Neg)
Engine in excellent condition. Immaculate
interior AC, CD power windows & doors,
Smooth ride
Tel: 328-1504 Cell: 556-0414
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TRIB #461
1998 DAEWOO NUBIRA
Station Wagon, Black with grey
interior,
$3,500.00
Automatic, AC, good service history
with Bahamas Bus & truck.
.. -..Tel: 322-2670 .- - I.


B #467
1993 MERCEDES 190E
GREEN/ PALAMINO
$4,000.00 .
EXCELLENT CONDITION
TEL: 455-9805 or 341-7065


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1996 FORD CONTOUR, GREEN
$4,200.00
AC, CD player set, standard shift, 18" rims,
Owner leaving Island
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1996 MERCEDES BENZ E 320
Metallic black with brown/tan interior, brand new
18" chrome lexani fire star, rims,
Plus other extras.
A great deal at $18,000.00
Financial assistance available if needed
Call 456-0332 for details or 327-1304
702-4200 ext 6320

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2003 HYUNDIA GALLOPER II
Silver with black interior
$14,000.00
Fully loaded, One owner only.
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2000 FORD F- 150 TRUCK
Single cab, flair sides, One owner, low
mileage, 44,000 miles, AC, CD Radio,
power windows, pi, Like new
Only $16,500.00
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TRIB #485
1997 F-250 TRUCK, Ext CAB,
Blue/white, Very clean, Diesel,
fully loaded
$19,000.00
Tel: 359-1320


TRIB #498
1994 JAP HONDA ACCORD
Charcoal gray with clean gray interior
$5,500.00 OBO
Eruo tail lights, crystal head lights, clean tittle,
CD deck, 17" alloy rims, tints, V-Tech engine.
New 6x9's, power everything.
Serious buyers only
525-2460


1998 FORD TAURUS, GREEN
4 door, 6 Disc CD changer,
16" alloy rims, $4,000.00
Very clean, Great condition
Tel: 361-0602 Cell: 436-6647


1995 BMW 3201
Black with black interior, 2 door, Air condition, fully
powered, CD, right hand drive, $6,000.00
Tel: 327-3121 between 7pm-11 pm or 427-4384
Car in excellent condition.


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2000/2001 Audi S4 Twin Turbo 2.7L V6
350 hp + 400 ft/lbs. torque
all available options including: leather, tint, Bose CD,
pwr. windows/seats/sunroof, HID headlights and
more
regularly serviced and tuned (oil changed every 5k
miles)
pre-import full U.S. Audi service (timing belt, water
pump, a/c etc.)
Upgrades include:
18" RS4 alloy wheels + 235/40 18 Kumho MX tires
stereo, suspension, exhaust, brakes, transmission
-old air intake, soundproofing, Xenon lights & more


slow I Like new and in perfect running order
(service records available)
$34,000 or best offer
day: 502-8879 or cel: 424-3119

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TRIB #515
1995 NISSAN ALTIMA
Dark blue with grey interior
$3,000.00 OBO
Good condition, Alarm, sunroof,
cold AC
Tel: 502-3953(day) Cell 422-0660 or
364-4963(night)


RIB #491
1998 JEEP WRANGLE
Green with tan interior
$15,000.00
5 speed, 4x4, 4 cylinder, soft top, CD player, AC, Good
on gas, Beautiful Jeep, sweet ride,
A must see.
Tel: 364-7611
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FRIB #494
1983 26FT CHRIS CRAFT, CABIN
CRUISER
Hull only, Blue/White
$5,000.00 OBO
Leave message
Tel: 457-4226
or
325-5555


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1999 CHEVY YUKON GMC
White with tan leather interior, 4 door, 18"
chrome rims, tinted windows, tape deck, power
doors, windows, AC, running perfect, in good
condition. Must see
Was $10,500.00 Now $9,000.00
Tel: 323-1234/323-6168
Ask for Elvardo


2002 DODGE RAM, FOR SALE
Black with black interior, custom alloy rims, 4 door,
power doors & windows, AC, CD player, tinted
windows, low mileage, Must see to believe
$16,500.00 Like new
Ask for Elvardo
Tel: 323-1234 cell: 380=0471 or 323-6168


rRIB #456
1990 Jeep Wrangler,
4 WD, 4.0 litre, CD Player, Bikini top & hard.
Top, Wide tyres, additional free Jeep for
spare parts, $3995.00
Call 434-5682 or 434-5728


2002 CHEVERLOT IMPALA
Silver with blue clean leather interior
$12,500.00 ONO.
20" rims, AC, CD and tape, two double muffler,
Can't lose. Best on the Island. Additional billet
grill $250 and factory rims $250.00 for pair
Tel: 393-9384 Cell: 552-1284



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1998 HONDA ACCORD
Black with grey interior $9,000.00, 18" chrome rims
2001 ALTIMA With 18" chrome rims,
1999 HONDA ACCORD leather interior, $6,000.00
1992 HONDA ACCORD $3,000.00
1996 NISSAN MAXIMA, Leather interior, $5,500.00
1997 NISSAN MAXIMA, factory rims, $6,000.00
Nice and clean, Tel: 424-5958
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1997 HONDA ACCORD
$5,300.00
1993 SUNNY $1,500.00
Tel: 322-7211
Cell: 454-6368


3 SPANISH WELLS MARINER
Built boats for sale, 2 of them brand new, built
in May & June of 2005, Engines are 115 four
stroke Mercury 2005 models. 1 built in 2001,
engine is 2006 115 four stroke Mercury. All
boats come with compress, VHF, GPS, anchors
bimini tops & all ropes, Have 2 new E-Z trailer
for these boats, all aluminum & stainless. New
boats with trailer $27,000, 2001 boat $20,000
(with out trailer) Con: Eleuthera 3353296,
3353410, 3353224 Nassau 3932377


TRIB #507
2002 PONTIAC SUNFIRE
Blue with grey/black interior
$8,200.00
Fully loaded, Mint condition, CD player, clean title,
financing available, free Inspection and licensing. Will
ship to the family Island for a low fee.
Prime Cars Auto Sale
Tel: 356-3953 Cell: 457-2791 454-7372


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1996 HONDA ACCORD
V\rhte with grey leather interior, V tech
$6,000.00
Brand new paint job, Mint condition, low-miles,
CD player. Price for quick sale.
Prime Car Auto Sale
Tel: 457-2791 Cell: 356-3953 or 454-7352


TRIB #512
1997 CHEVY LUMINA
Grey with tan interior, 20" rims,
sound system, alarm,
Very clean in and out.
Runs great
Tel: 434-4496


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RIB #510
1995 NISSAN SUNNY
Sliver with grey intenor, black tints, AC, CD
player $3,000.00 ONO
Lincense until December 2006.
In good condition
Tel: 341-2748
Cell: 544-0021


29' Aero Tek
Hull with Twin engine, bracket
enclosed bow, (Cigarette Type)
$6,000,
Call: 422-5475


CHEVY SILVERADO TRUCK
For sale with
sound system, ext cab. $7,500.00
Tel: 325-6467 Cell: 426-8270





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TRIB 422
M/V FAMILY AFFAIR 53FT PME
Fully equip fishing vessel, all equipment in new
condition. 1271 main engine rebuilt 03, 27KW Kubota
generator put in 2002 ,Two 3 ton compressor freezer
units put in 2001, water maker, Aluminum stabilizers
and a 2,1000 gallon gas tank. Central air 3 ton train unit
put in 2005, Anchor winch, Automatic pilot, sideband,
depth finder, GPS, and VHF. sleeps 10
$180,000.00
Boat in Eleuthera tel: 335-3410, 3353296, 3353224
Nassau 3932377


2003 BUICK REGAL GREY
$12500.00
Tel: 392-1817
Cell: 557-1593 or 436-2243


36FT 1976 FLORIDA DESIGN
Solid Fiberglass Hull, 3208T CAT, Cruise 15 knots,
gen, 2 chest freezers, stabilizers, life raft, AC, snapped
reels, GPS, VHF, Furuno color fish finder, ready to
work, Good charter fish or dive vessel, 29K ONO
Tel: 373-2222 days Freeport


25" CANOO W/DEPTH FINDER
Fish finder, center console, 90HP
mercury and exc engine,
$20,000.00 ONO
Tel: 464-0373 or 242-333-3126


1995 FORD RANGER
Black with grey interior.
Tool box on bed, Standard shift, Extra cab.
set in truck,Cold AC $5,800.00 ONO
Tel: 392-1164
Cell: 434-2889


"BOAT FOR SALE"
27 Rampone (whitewater) 250 HP Saltwater series
outboard engine. 8 hours on new powerhead. 130
gal capacity, New Bimini, fresh bottom paint, VHF,
Garmin fish finder, wash down, XM satellite radio,
rigged and ready for serious fishing
$19,000.00 OBO. Tel: 394-1377 or 357-3133


1996 BENETEAU 36S7
White and cherry Cruiser Racor
$65,000.00
beam 12'6 lenght 35'
Location, Nassau Yatch Haven
draws: 4'10"
Fully equipped

.Tel: 393-2770
Cell: 557-8622


'RIB #433A
1995 HONDA ACCORD,
Sunroof, grey interior leather seats, V6, fully
loaded, CD player, Factory rims. Asking
$6,300.00 ONO
4 door. Just in, Excellent condition,
spolier on truck, Cold AC
Tel: 392-1164 Cell: 434-2889


ISLAND UPGRADES
Fast computers starting $899.00.
System with flat panel $1099.00
Tel: 424-4140 or islandupgrades@gmail.com
'www.islandupgrades.com


40 FT CONTAINER
FOR SALE
IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
BEST OFFER
WHITE WITH BROWN INTERIOR
TEL: 423-8251


EFI Outboards


Yamaha Golf Cars.
Gas and electric available.
2 person cars starting at $6,300.
Contact Harbourside Marine. 242-393-0262


RIB 0449
IB 0373A | l FIVE STAGE OSMOSIS On sale until March 30th
Yamaha YBR125 Motorcycle $399.00 We also have well water system & commercial
125cc 4 Stroke, Great Quality, water system professional installation,
Reduced to $2,400.00 for info con: ricky purficiation system's
At Harbourside Marine, East Bay Street, 393-0262 -454"-7675/3054206727 fax 3053938923.


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FOR SALE
16' Hewes Boneflsher (1998) (Flats/Skiff)
Lady Yellow
90 Yamaha, EZ Trailer, New Steering Head,
Steering Cable, Trolling Motor Mount, Cooler,
New Battery, Push Pole, Ready to Fish!
$13,500
CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417


96 FORD EXPLORER SUV, XLT
Blue with grey leather interior
$5,500.00 OBO
CD player, AC,
Tel: 394-3100 Cell: 434-3377


TRIB #517
Year: 1999, Type: Ford Ranger
Color:Amazon Green
Asking Pricez: $17,500 ONO
Condition: exceptionally customized
(Must see to appreciate)
If You like loud this is the truck for you.
(Comes with Air Suspension) Mileage: 25,842
Tel:424-3147 (any time)


FOR SALE: i
19 ft. very fast Reef/Pleasure Boat
2004 200 HP Yamaha
Depth Finder, GPS,CD Player, Trailer, New
Bimini Top, Out Riggers
$17,900
CALL: 1 242 3386045 Or CELL: 1 242 3571417






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RIB #364- Wireless Alarm Systems
Only $499 FREE Installation
Protect your home or business
Includes keychain remote. Call Us Now: 327-5237


TRIB #516
1996 BMW 328 ic Convertible
Silver with grey leather interior. Only 30,000 miles
as used only on weekends. Everything works,
excellent condition. 5 speed gearbox, electric
roof/windows/mirrors. Blue book value + Bahamian
import over $30k, asking $25,000 for quick sale.
Contact Chris or Patrice on 327 1575 /
424



Processor Pentium III 90(
MHz
Memory. 128MB insiallec
Optcal Drive CDRON
Player installed. Hard Dnve
12G B calleded Battery
Installed (ino warranty on ihe
batlery life) AC Adaplor Includae Modem- Onboard
Network: 10/100 built in Pointing Mouse Included
USB: One USB connection PCMCIA: 2 Slots
Audio: On-Board Sound Speakers: Intemal Speakers
Ports: PS2 (Keyboard and Mouse), Video Out, Printer,
Serial, and Docking. Operating System: Windows 2000
Professional installed.
MS OFFICE, ANTIVIRUS, ANTISPYWARE
ALL LOADED
$499,
Tel: 422-5499


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RISE STEAM HOUSE
Comes with phone,
sound system, body
accpuncture, foot
nassage, many models to
choose from.
Co.l: Rickey's
purification systems.

Ph: 454-7675
3054206727
Fax: 3053938923


LOST ROTT
CONTACT 457-2399
REWARD OFFERED.
ANWSERS TO BULL


FRIB #373- Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter
Dependable Transportation. Inexpensive to operate
and you wont get stuck in traffic. $2,200.
Available at Harbourside Marine onEast Bay Street.
393-0262.


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TRIB #474
4RIB #68 8'x 4' GLASS BOARDROOM TABLE
RADIATOR AND CONDENSER With 8 newly upholstered chairs (1) credenza
From $179.00 up. We ship to the family Island. and (1) storage cabinet $3,800.00 ONO,
Tel: 326-2249 Cell: 395-5476 Must Sell. Cell: 436-4177


TRIB #496
HURRICANE KENNELS
Pittbull Rednose Starting at $450.00
Baby Lions and Hurricane Kennels present
Nassau finest Pittbulls,
All pups are five weeks and comes with first
shots. Tel: 394-5551


TRIB #497


FRIB #469
PUPPIES FOR SALE
4 Male's Rottmastiff
Fully Vaccine
$500.00
Tel: 361-3104/395-6268 341-4001


TRIB #482
ADDYMO'S GAME- GEAR
ELECTRONICS
New and used games for all
systems.
True crime, new $50.00
use $25.00 all systems
Max payne new $50.00
use $20.00 all system
Hit man new $50.00
use $25.00 all system
NBA Street new $50.00
use $20.00 all system
Rosetta Street
And
Mackey Street


LOOKING FOR REAL PITTBULL
Call Hurrican kennels, all pups are
five weeks and comes with first
shot,
Rednose black andwhite,
Gold & chocolate.

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ADDYMO'S GAME- GEAR
ELECTRONICS
Time splitter (pre-played) $26.00
Soul Calibour 2 (new) $50.00
New games for PS2-
PSP-X-Box- Cube- GBA
Use games for all systems as low
as $10.00.
Grand theft auto (we have all 3)
New $50.00
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quiet, very clean, DVD, navigation, factory
9" subwoofer, very nice car,
Call: 364-1688 for Price


1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse,
am/fm radio, CD, A/C, automatic,
very good condition,
$4,900 ONO,
Call: 324-8660 or 424-3797


2004 Ford F-150,
Extra length bed,
excellent condition,
still under warranty,
$24,500,
Call: 325-7173


BBF #772
2000 Chevy Malibu,
immaculate condition, silver and grey int.
A/C, CD, fully pwr, 18" chrome rims,
$9,000,
Call: 326-1040 ask for Ms. Missick,
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FOR SALE!
EXCLUSIVE!
WintonHeights-5BR/4 o'
pool, enclosed garden, .rep'
security, Reduced to $545,00''
Angel's View-Eastern Rd.,
3BR, pool, sea views, large lot,.
hill side, Reduced to $750,000.;
Winton Meadows-3BR, tbig,
yard, partly enclosed, "e iial
efficiency, nice neighbour-oc.d
$189,000.
NEW LISTINGS! Sea v(iews
and boat ramp-3BR, 2 baths
in immaculate home, fully
enclosed grounds. $399,000.
Sans Souci Sea Views-3 BR
house, 6000 sq. ft., plus 1 BRI
renovated cottage, $475,000.
Renovated Historic Estate-
Eastern Rd., 5 acres with new
dock, beach, rental income,
too. Call for details.
OldFort Bay-! .5 Acre Beach
Lot with canal at back! Call
now!
EwingManor-Spacious,
luxury town houses with
incredible views, from
$660,000.
High Vista-4BR/3b, pool,
enclosed garden, sprinkler
system, $350,000,
Ocean Place, P.ls.1/2-
Preconstruction prices on
harbour front 2 or 3 BRcondos
with oversized balconies, resort
quality services.
Powder beach front home-
designer interiors,
immaculate!4 BR, Media room,
plus one or two BR cottage, top
condition, security. $3.6 million.
COMMERCIAL
Eastern Rd. -Big property
with s& views, two houses
and garage, $550,000.
HISTORIC, Popular
RESTAURANTs-central
location $2.4 million or east,
$1.6 million, call for details.
Claridge Rd.- 3 commercial
properties from under
$200,000 to $999,000.
Airport Industrial Park- lots
from $105,000.
RESIDENTIAL
Condos & Apartments
Silver Cay-3BR, 2 baths,
beach views, tennis courts
convenient to downtown
$2,200. or $240,000.


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SPECTACULAR SULGRAVE
MANOR 3 BR. 3 baths
Separaie oaiconie& to oce.r,
and oli c.:-urse Moderr
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Liundr', room. access to spa
be.ach. healed pool 24 hour
se:urt,' :" 480
sq 11. $6.000 ,ent C.
$690,0000r.2 BR. 2 Dains
turnisred e 2.000 rnr.
or $450,000.
Whispering Pines-2BR.
bain nicely lurrish'd
.$168.000. -
WEST
Caves Point luxury condo;
3BR/3 5 b3ar. $725,000.
Dannotage Estates- 3BR/2b,
enclosed garden, cathedral
ceilings, open plan, $2,600 rent
or $400,000. sale.
SHomes
WEST
Powder beach front- 3BR
home and 2BR cottage on
West Bay St., $995,000.
Lyford Cay Villa-with dock
rights, pool, $2.6 million.
Lyford Cay Golf Course
Home,-4BR, pool and
jacuzzi, fireplace, newly
renovated, 3 phone lines, 3
water sources. full house
generator, $3.9 million.
Crown of Lyford Cay- new
homein 2 acre estate,
landscaped and secure. Pool,
fountain and waterfall. 180
degree vista of sea and Lyford
from breezy veranda. $5.5
million.
TropicalGardens, 3BR/3b,
$240,000.
Turnkey -Beach front house,
West Bay St., $1.5-Million
PARADISE ISLAND
The Residences at Atlantis-
own a piece of a condominium
hotel.
OCEAN CLUB Estates
2BRTurn key Guest Cottage.
dock, 'beach, and 8,000 SQ.
FT. house under construction
on large lot, eastern tip, $6-
Million.
EAST
Seafront houses--
Neighbouring 3BR houses on
Eastern Road, $1.4 million.

HOUSE FOR SALE
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$598,500.00
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COLONY VILLAGE, attractive
duplex at cul-de-sac, was
$2-1 .(,i, now $220,000.
OFF. POINCIANA DRIVE,
doubi, ili 99%99; ideal for 6
uli ap3anmenir building 2
houses or a business, a deal at
$65,000.
OFF SOLDIER ROAD, duplex
or single family lot, 50x110,
$45,000.
OFF SOUTH BEACH ROAD,
large triplex lot in new
development 53x176, $75,000.
MISTY GARDENS, large multi-
family lot with approved plans
and partial foundations,
$79,000.
OFF FAITH AVENUE, nice
duplex in quiet area, 3 year old,
$198,000.
COOPER'S TERRACE, two-
storey, 4-unit apartment
complex, $210,000
NASSAU VILLAGE, near
Malcolm Allotment, triplex lot,
62x14, $50,000.
OFF NASSAU STREET,
commercial property on
elevated lot running street to
street, may be used for
apartment complex church or
for commercial use, $150,000.
OFF McKINNEY DRIVE, large
attractive triplex, excellent
condition, 3 years old (1) 2-bed,
2-bath with central air and utility
room, (1) 2-bed, 2-bath, (1)
bed./1 bath, beautifully
landscaped $275,000.
SOLDIER ROAD WEST, 6 unit
2 storey apartment building (2)
two bed (4) one bed, $385,000.
YAMACRAW CLOSE, large
attractive triplex 2-bed,1-bath,
each side, $250,000.
GAMBLE HEIGHTS OFF
BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH,
residential lot 50x100, $35,000
OFF FARRINGTON ROAD,
duplex lot, 50x100, $40.000.
REGENCY PARK, off Prince
Charles Drive, 3 beds, 2 bath
house with attached, Efficiency
very good condition, $165,000
WINTON, 3-bed, 2-bath house
on large comer lot, $250,000.


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MILLER'S HEIGHTS, large
triplex, good condition, fully
rented, appraised value,
$275,000, owner will accepted,
$235,000.
SANDILANDS VILLAGE
ROAD, triplex lots in new
subdivision, $75,000.
SOUTH WEST BAY STREET,
7 acres prime commercial
powdery beach-front property in
South Ocean zoned for hotel or,
luxury condos. This is the last
remaining property of his kind
on the island with arguably the
most beautiful beach in New
Providence, serious enquiries
only, Price $9 million.
CORAL HARBOR CANAL.
Investor's dream, 3 villas on lot
70x145 with breathtaking view,
$425,000.
OFF ROBINSON ROAD,near
Marathon Mall, spacious 4 bed
house ideal for commercial use,
$135,000.
OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD,
multi-family lot zoned for 4 or 5
units, 70x188, $95,900.
OUT EAST, duplex packages,
$190,000.
MOORE SUBDIVISION. Large
triplex on enclosed property,
central air, small stand-by
generator, $175,000.
GARDEN HILLS, hilltop 2
storey 5-bed, 3-bath house,
enclosed yard, $250,000.
CAGE POINT, ABACO, 57
acres, ocean front, $3.5 million.
YAMACRAW ROAD. 2 bed, -
bed, condo, $195,000.
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$525.000 ONO.
COWPEN ROAD WEST.
NO AGENTS.

PHONE 422-3190.


IUGHTBOURN REALTY
APARTMENTS &
TOWNHOUSES
REDUCED. Fourplex. Kool
Acres. 3 2 bed, 1 bath units
with 1 bed, 1 bath cottage.
Enclosed, excellent condition.
$325,000. MLS#5524
Soldier Road North Fourplex
- 1 x 3 bed/2 bath 1 x 2 bed/1
bath, and 2 x 1 bed/1 bath.
$3600 monthly. $385,000.
MLS#5458
Cable Beach 3 bedroom, 2
1/2 bath townhouse semi-.
furnished, central a/c, laundry,
new! $310,000 MLS#5394
Love Beach Luxurious 3 bed
3.5 bath apartments on
beautiful beach. Starting at
$499,000 MLS#0342
Cable Beach Waterfront 4
bed, 4.5 bath home on half
acre. In the heart of Cable
Beach walking distance to
restaurants and casino. MLS#
5546
MONTAGU VILLAS 2 bed,
1.5 bath townhouse in gated
community. Renovations
include new kitchen, new tiles
downstairs, bathroom upgrade
land more. MLS # 5616
$200,000
VACANT LAND
VENICE BAY. Gated from
$95,000. Multi family $125,000,
in-house financing. MLS#5550
CORAL HARBOUR
Residential lot in new
subdivision $85,000.00 -
Triplex lot $90,000.00
South Ocean Estates Lots
starting at $89,500. 100 x 117.
MLS#5471
Port New Providence Gated
canal community. Pool, tennis
courts, beach access. Starting
at $455,000 MLS#5460
Winton Heights 15,499 sq.
ft. single family lot. Asking
$145,000 MLS#5453.
Off Cowpen Rd. Triplex lots
50 x 144 $79,000 MLS#5527
Clearview Subdivision -
Opposite Old Fort Bay, single
family 100' x 163' quiet
neighbourhood. Asking
$130,000 MLS#5329
HOMES
Off Eastern Road- 4 bedroom,
3 bath home 18,232 sq. ft.
mature grounds. Bahama room,
pool, generator, security alarm
and more. Excellent condition.
$560,000 unfurnished.
MLS#5525
Cable Beach 4 bed 3 bath
home on 13,000 sq. ft.
manicured lot. Swimming pool,
covered patio, carport, laundry
and more. Call for details.
MLS#5452
Tel: 393-8630 Fax: 393-8638


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Orange Hill 5 bed, 3 1/2 bath
oceanfront-; property 2 separate
villas, generator, rainwater
tank, deeded beach,
landscaped, breathtaking
ocean views. $1.75 million
furnished. MLS#5581
Commonwealth Avenue 4
bed 3 bath, 2-storey home in
Blair Estates with pool. New
roof, large storage shed,
security lights and gate,
irrigation system. $450,000.
Furnished MLS#5503
Westridge Estate hilltop
home with spectacular island
wide and ocean views! Offered
at $985,000.00
OUT ISLAND VACANT
LITTLE EXUMA. VACANT
LAND.
0.5-1 acre lots in beautiful
new community with exquisite
ocean and bay views.
Elevations up to 60' MLS
#5568. Lots from $34,245.
Russell Island acre elevated
waterfront lot, gorgeous viewss
$240,000.00 MLS#5478
Rock Sound Acreagel -- 5.44
acres off Queen's Highway. in
house financing $38,890.00.
One acre $20,000.00, 50 acres
$300,000.00
Andros Beach Colony
Acreage 8.5 acres main road
frontage $85,000.00 MLS#5596
Eleuthera Island Shores -
Large ocean view
commercial/residential on
Queen's Highway! $40,000.00
MLS#5597
Stella Maris 80' x 146' lot
$13,500.00 MLS#5614
Whale Point, Eleuthera -
Large lot near harbour. $25,000
MLS#5555.
Tel: 393-8630 Fax: 393-8638

EXUMA BAHAMAS
SOUND #18.
Brand new, fully
furnished 2 bed, 1 bath
Apt including central AC,
wooden blind, water,
cable and phone ready.
3 minutes walk from
scheduled beach.
Call 242-336-2164.

FOR SALE
PARADISE ISLAND:
Beautiful Condo,
2-bed, 2-bath. Gated.
Balcony, pool with harbour
views, $625,000.
No Agents please.
Call 423-5998.


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TATA T AT E acres waterfront property wiht s/ft $575,000;
Sdock and house in need of #2240A 21,486 s/ft $950,000;
e alty R aly repairs. Excellent location for #2240B 13,010s/ft $650,000.
www.grahamrealestate.com www.grahamrealestate.Com high income housing. JACARANDA: Opp. Old Fort
$3,870,000. Bay in gated community. 95' x
HOMES #1730 Royall Beach Estates HOMES/APARTMENTS 0312 CORAL HARBOUR: GLADSTONE:#2223 4.83acres 120' $120,000.
#656 Mt. Vernon, 3 bed, 2 1/2 Condo at South Ocean 0291 CORAL HARBOUR: Canal lot, 70 X 140, in prime location. $1,500,000 SANDYPORT: In security
bath. Lovely, spacious family Luxury 2 bed 2 bath oceanfront Large 5bed/3.5bath home on 2 Commercial, with 2 1bed-1bath HOMES/APARTMENTS gated community with pools,
home. Large master suite, open condo. Spacious & tastefully Canal lots Zoned multi-family. cottages and additional building PARADISE ISLAND #1327 2 tennis courts, beach. On
plan kitchen. Quite, safe family decorated. Fully furnished. Has 2bed/lbath guest cottage, suitable for 2bed apartment or bedrooms 2-1/2 baths furnished beautiful Ponciana Cay: #2239
orientated area $450.000 Family island feel $485,000 pool, dock, workshop and business.$425,000. townhouse. In 'gated 5,972 s/ft $295,000; $2239B
#658 West Grove, 5 bed, 5 rainwater tank. All this for only community, sea views, pool. 6,523
bath, Large family style home #1856 Sandyport 3 bed, 3 $650,000. 0313 EASTERN ROAD: Rolldown shutters. $600,000. s/ft $340,000; #2239H 9,662
overlooking the ocean. Includes bath condo. Third floor w/ sea 3bed-2.5bath townhouse. Boat available at $65,000 s/ft $475,000;
1 bed guest cottage. Roomy views from bedroom, living area 0280 DODGE RD: Recently Ocean view, High end finishes WEST BAY STREET: #2228 #2239K $630,000.
master beds have ocean views. & terrace. Spacious & airy. renovated 4bed-3bath,hillside and appliances, pool, security. Beautiful residential home COMMERCIAL LOT:
Pool & wet bar. PRICE Being sold furnished $579,000 home, tiled floors, custom $425,000. consisting of Main House, WULFF ROAD: #2227 70' X
REDUCED $985,000. #1800 Sulgrave Manor 3 kitchen, spacious deck, and Guest Cottage, Beach House 130' in great location.
#177 Winton Highway, 4 bed, bed, 3 bath oceanfront condo 3car carport.....$579,000. VACANT LAND and Maid's Quarters. Situated $153,000.
3.5 bath, bright spacious home nestled in the heart of Cable 0290 SOUTH OCEAN: New on 2-1/2 acres with 300' of MULTI-FAMILY LOTS:
w/ spectacular hilltop views. Beach. Views of golf course, 0113 CORAL HARBOUR: gated subdivision selling large beachfront. Numerous ameni- JACARANDA 160' x 140' in
Large living room w/ fireplace, partial ocean views. Large Executive home, brand new lots, 100x120, starting at ties including heated pool, 2-car gated community opp. Old Fort
remodeled bathrooms & private terrace. Communal featuring 4bed-3bath, tiled and $89,000. garage plus 3-car garage, Bay. $250,000.
spacious guest wing. 2 floors w/ pool, grounds well lit & carpet floors, custom kitchen water softener, rainwater tank... DELAPORTE: #980 124' X
sea views, pool & patio, beautifully landscaped. "Price and new appliances, one car 0222 WEST WINDS: New and more... Must see to 85' X 82' 101' lot near
$795,000. Reduced" $575,000 garage 2- A/C units.... gated community in love beach appreciate! $8,500,000. Sandyport. $216,000
#1074 Eastern Rd. This 4 bed, $385,000. lots available......$95,000.00 EASTERN ROAD: #2222 LONG ISLAND: #2184 -4
4 bath home is ideally located VACANT LAND Tucked away in private cul-dae- bedrooms 3-1/2 baths on 3 acre
on over an acre of property in a #1864 Port New Providence, 0283 CORAL LAKES: year 0220 CORAL HARBOUR: sac beautiful 5 bedrooms 6 hilltop lot. Private beach,
small waterfront gated 20,000 sq. ft. making it the fifth old 4bed- 2.5bath Home, 3,000 Residential single and multi- baths multi-level house. fantastic sea views. 7,500 sq ft
community. Nestled between a largest property in Port New sq. ft. of living space, family lots starting at... Panoramic view of the sea; of living space, 2 car garage.
canal & the ocean, you can Providence. Provisions for beautifully designed custom .$76,000. pool; 2-car garage; maid's $1,400,000.
enjoy stunning views from all dockage are included $479,000 kitchen, large rooms, and 2 car quarters. $1,175,000. EXUMA: #2221- Seven acre
angles. Comes w/own garage, 2 A/C units.... 0250 EXUMA- HOOPERS MISTY GARDENS: #2231 private Island with deep water
boathouse & dockage. #433 Hardingsville. Thinking $350,000. BAY: 6 acres elevated with DUPLEX with 2 bedrooms 1 access and excellent elevation.
$2,990,000 about constructing a block of 470 ft.of waterfront.$500,000. bath on each side. Nicely $793,400.
#556 Ocean Club Estates condos 1/2 Hardingsville might 0286 CORAL HARBOUR: landscaped enclosed grounds, FREEPORT: #2220- In
Brand new, 4 bed, 4 1/2 bath make an ideal location.13 Canal front home, 4bed -3bath 0132 EXUMA: 58 acres near own water system, central air, Windsor Bay on Grand
breathtaking home w/ available lots ranging from 12, split level family home, pool, Tar Bay and Moss Town. security bars. Good price at Lucayan Waterway 100' x 125'
panoramic views of the 18-hole, 963 sq. ft. to 17,914 sq ft. w/ garage, cement dock, fully $2.5million. $229,000. lot. $140,000.
championship Ocean Club Golf prices ranging between enclosed lot. $465,000. PARADISE ISLAND: #1327 2 ABACO: #2229 -In Treasure
Course. Infinity pool, hurricane $179,000 & peaking at 0302 CORAL HARBOUR: bedrooms 2-1/2 baths Cay residential lot with access
proof windows and a fully $215,000 (plus buyer's legal 0287 CULBERTS HILL: Single-family residential lot, Townhouse in harbourfront to beach. $59,900.
landscaped yard. $4,860,000 fees and 4% stamp tax). Executive home with 3bed 80x110. $95,000. community. Pool, central air.
#737 Eastern Rd 2 houses 3bath, pool and guest quarters, $600,000. FOR RENT
plus 1 cottage on 1 site, 4 bed, #509 East Shirley St. Located marble floors, study ,large 0303 EXUMA: Gorgeous FIRE TRAIL ROAD: #0046 MONTAGUE HEIGHTS: #781
4 bath house is 55% finished, next to Harbour Bay Shopping master suite with Jacuzzi, 2car Beachfront Lot on little Exuma, Recently built duplex with 2 Immaculately kept 3 bedrooms
2nd house is 2 bed, 2 bath, Centre, accessible from both garage, $790,000. 18,000sqft with bedrooms 1 bath each side. 2-1/2 baths in lush gardens.
beautifully decorated! Cottage East Bay Street & East-Shirley 125ft of white sandy Beach. $235,000. Tastefully furnished. Electronic
has I bed, 1/2 bath, unfinished Streets $18 per square foot. 0288 CORAL HARBOUR: 4 $595,000. STEWFISH DRIVE: #1895 entry gate. $3,500 p.m.
pool. $975.000 4.132 acres or 179,990 sq ft Commercial buildings with 5 Spacious duplex on 100'x 100' VISTA MARINA:-#1662 Re-
lot. -Room for additional units. novated spacious 2 bedrooms
Commercial zoning $3,240,000 apartments, on the canal, great 0304 CORAL HARBOUR. lot. Room for additional units. novated spacious 2 bedrooms
CONDOS inveszoning $3,240,000 apartment.....$450,000. anal, Duplex ot across from beach Builiding has central air, tiled 1-1/2 baths town-house. Gas
#1895 Chertsey, Cable #437 Old Fort Bay, 150 ft. on 50 X 130, $90,000.floors. $246,000 and Water included $1,800
Beach, 1 floor, 2 bed, 2 bath, the beach & about 250 ft., .858 0300 YAMACRAW: 3bed- STAR ESTATES: #0045 p.m.
spacious condo. Great location of an acre. $3,650,000 2bath home with attached 0305 CARMICHAEL: Multi- Recently built 2,148 s/ft duplex TROPICAL GARDENS: #2153
on Cable Beach. Lovely pool 1bed-1bath apartment, good family lot, 74 X 115, $72,000. with 2 bedrooms each side. On Six brand new townhouses. 2
deck which overlooks the #1720 Chub Cay 2.3 acre of condition. $230,000. 7,000 s/ft lot. Covered entry bedrooms 2-1/2 baths each,
ocean $279,000 pristine beach front, 2 mins 0306 CABLE BEACH: 4 porch, paved driveway. Good electronic entry gate, security
#1775 Plot House, bed 1 from Chub Cay Club $85000 0301 PINEWOOD: 3bed- Beachfront Lots in the heart of buy at $267,000. system. Furn'ed. $2,000 p.m.
bath condo is located near #1814 Charlotteville. Brand 2bath home in excellent Cable Beach, 70 X 90, BORIS CLARIDGE SUBD: ORCHARD TERRACE: #2207
down town. Views of Nassau new subdivision, northern side condition. A must see! Only $270.000. Per Lot. #0035 Newly built FOUR PLEX Near Blair Estates 2 bedrooms
Harbour. Fully furnished. Price of Windsor Field Rd. These lots $169,000. with three 2 bedroom apts. 1-1/2 baths townhouses in
REDUCED to $135,000 are an excellent price for 0307 HAROLD ROAD: 8 each with utility room and one 1 excellent condition. Pool.
#1056 West Grove Phase 2 2 location nr. Lyford Cay & Old 0308 COWPEN ROAD: Acresforonly $1.6 Million bedroom unit. Property is fully Furnished#1350 p.m.
bed, 2 bath townhouses. Well Fort. Starirfg at $90,000 Com- mercial building on Lot 60 enclosed landscaped with TREASURE COVE: 3
constructed, in sought after X 266. $160,000. Contact: paved parking. All units rented bedrooms 2 baths house in
area. 2 storey w/ spacious Rentals EXECUTIVE REALTY Asking $375,000. gated beachfront community.
interior Communal pool, #1902 Eastern Rd, 1 bed, 1 0309 SEABEACH: 2bed- TEL: 362-1027 or5570288 JACARANDA Brand new tri- Furnished. $3,000p.m.
sundeckw/Jacuzzi. $318,000 bath, efficiency. Situated on an 2.5bath Townhouse, fully level towhouse in gated OFFICE SPACE WEST BAY
#395 Paradise Island, 3 bed, 2 Eastern Rd estate this furnished, pool, laundry. community. 3 bedrooms 3-1/2 STREET 4,340 s/t $9,403.33
bath condo. Harbour front immaculate rental boasts $265,000. SOUTH BEACH baths. Wooden floors upstairs, p.m. 1,402 s/ft $2,691.83 p.m
gated complex. Immaculate, gorgeous ocean views. tiled floors downstairs. Pool includess service charges).
spacious & fully furnished. 1,500p/m 0310 SEABREEZE: 2bed- FOR SALE BY OWNER. and gazebo. $475,000. Located in First Class building.
Covered terrace overlooking 2bath home on 10,000sqft Lot. Spacious 2-bed, 1-bath SINGLE FAMILY LOTS: Amenities include full standby
the pool & harbour. Dockage #580 Eastern Rd, 3 bed, 2 $190,000. Duplex 60x110. EASTERN ROAD: #752 generator, security, laminated
for 30ft boat. $750,000 bath cottage, located on a 8 years old, well kept. 18,287 s/ft "Island" lot. Suitable hurricane proof windows, high
#1735 Harbour Breeze, gated beachfront estate. Use of 0311 CORAL HARBOUR: closed yard with for two family houses. speed elevator. 572 s/ft $1,926
Paradise Island 3 bed, 3 bath dock & beach, w/ lovely ocean Canalfront 1bed-lbath cottage, n se yard wit $305,000. p.m.; 1,176 s/ft $3,906 p.m.
stylish harbour front condo. views. $3,500p/m $125,000. hurricane shutter. TWYNAM HEIGHTS: #2225 and 2,144 s/ft $7,490 p.m.
Stunning views of the harbour. Asking $190,000. 12,860 s/ft lot. Within walking (includes CAM and marketing).
Tasteful & pristine, this Graham Real Estate Contact: distance to beach. $115,000. FOR THESE AND MORE
luxurious condo must be seen Call 356-5030 or EXECUTIVE REALTY Telephone FOR THESE AND MORE CALL CA CHRISTIE
$1,445,000 visit our web site at TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288 392-8390/457-3739(Cell) CALL CA CHRISTIE REAL ESTATE
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INDIGO ORANGE, HILL
Ocean views Single Family lot
60' x 159'. Seconds front the
beach. $299,000.00 ...
OLD FORT BAY -. Beautiful
ocean views from both sides.
Approx. 24,000 Sq. Ft., 20 feet
above sea level. $1,150,000.
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES:
Exclusive location with
Beautiful Harbor views, dock &
mooring. Approx. 38,000 Sq.
Ft. $5,300,000.
SAUNDERS BEACH Acreage
COMMERCIAL Direct access
to Saunders Beach, 6.5 acres
$2,100,000.00
CONDOS
BAYROC CONDOMINIUM:
Ocean view condo tastefully
designed 3 bed, 2.5 bath in
exclusive gated community.
Large kitchen, spacious living
and dining room, fully
furnished. 2 pools in lush
landscaped gardens with
barbeque. $1,250,000.
HOMES
CAMPERDOWN: 4 bed, 3
bath home situated on quiet
street off Eastern Rd., separate
living room, dining room, large
terrace off the living area ideal
for entertaining, brand new
kitchen with granite countertops
and brand new appliances.
Central air, alarm system,
fireplace, storage room, 3-car
garage. The grounds are
landscaped and fully enclosed.
.$579,000.00
OCEAN FRONT OLD FORT
BAY VILLA: Four Thousand
Sq. Ft. beautiful 4 bed, 4.5 bath
villa has separate living and
dining rooms, large covered
patios, all 3 floors have
separate central A.C. Private
enclosed courtyard lush
flowering trees surrounding
large pool. Private roof- deck
and panoramic views of Old
Fort Bay with beautiful sunsets.
85 ft. dock, 2 car garages.
Totally-enclosed with excellent
security. $3,200,000.00
LYFORD CAY: Exclusive
location with Canal frontage. 3
bedroom, 3 bath home, large
pool, extensive grounds
comprising 3 lots. Very Private
$9,300,000
THE GROVE W.BAY
STREET: A Beautifully
Landscaped enclosed yarc
surrounds this 3 bedroom, g
bath home, with pool and patio
$450,000 Gross

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932
info @bahamasproperty.com


JACK ISAACS
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LOTS.
SOUTH OCEAN LOTS
Residential iot 'starting at
i89.000 00 and Mullt-Family
o0s 6Ian.ng al $150,000.00
'WEST WINDS' LOVE
BEACH Multi-Family lots
$95,000.
SKYLINE PARK Subdivision
16,484 Sq. Ft. Lot $235,000.
LOVE BEACH Zoned Multi-
Family Elevation with view of
ocean and Beach access.
26,000 Sq. Ft. Lot $695,000.
THIS I A GREAT
OPPORTUNITY.
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932
info@bahamasproperty.com

PROPERTY FOR SALE
Bahamas West,
Off West Bay St, -
100x230,
Telephone
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RESIDENTIAL
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD!
Hard to find residential lots
ranrgng from 7,888 SF. to
12716 SF located close to
schools and shopping with
prices starting at $80,000. Web
Ref: 9832.
SEA BEACH ESTATES!
Charming spacious family
home in quiet area completely
renovated with new open
*kitchen & tiled floors.
Amenities include laundry
room, new central a/c, enclosed
yard, carport and lots of
closets. Offered furnished. Web
Ref: 10243. Price: $295,000
SOUTH BEACH ESTATES!
Refurbished 2bd/3bt home with
living room, dining room, family
room and study. Each
bedroom, has an ensuite
bathroom with custom cabinet
work and there is-a Jacuzzi in
the master bathroom. Special
features are large walk-in
closets, new countertops,
cabinets, ceiling and tiles in
kitchen, laundry room, covered
entrance, back patio, electronic
entrance gate and more. Web
Ref: 10222. Price: $300,000
TUSCULUMI Good opportunity
- fixer upper. Hilltop Old
Bahamian style home with
partial ocean views to the North
and partial lake views to the
South. Web Ref: 7248. Price:
$452,000
SULGRAVE MANOR!
Tastefully decorated 3bd/3bt
condo on second floor enjoys a
magnificent view overlooking
the pool & golf course.
Features 10' ceilings, a full
kitchen, a study, living/dining
room & wet bar area. A private
beach can also be enjoyed by
owners. Web Ref: 10214.
Price: $495,000
WEST BAY ST! 3+/- bedrooms
3-bath, luxury condos with
great ocean views under
construction. Gated, pool,
standby generator. Web Ref:
5639. Price: $699,000
EASTERN RD! Beautiful ocean
frontage with sandy beach!
5bd/5/bt home features include
newly renovated kitchen,
Jacuzzi tub and separate
shower in master bath, one-
bedroom suite above the
enclosed garage and spacious
laundry room. A porch extends
the length of the house with a
built-in barbeque. Pool,
extended dock, gazebo,
rainwater tank and hurricane-
proof windows are much
appreciated extras. Web Ref:
10225. Price: $1.395M
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs


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BAHAMAS

WEST BAY ST! 4bd/4.5bt
stunner features high ceilings,
bay windows and fully equipped
kitchen. Secluded master suite
boasts walk-in closets, marble
floors/walls and Jacuzzi. Large
outdoor patio with bar, cabana
and ocean-frontpool ideal for
entertaining. Convenient
access to schools and
shopping. Also includes alarm,
intercom, hurricane shutters
and generator. Web Ref.
#5233. Price: $1.695M
ANDROS! Charming Family
Island Resort that includes
1bd/1bt rooms and cottages.
The property backs onto a
delightful picturesque
mangrove & beach. A great
opportunity. Web Ref: 10214.
Price: $2.5M
RENTALS
CABLE BEACH! Lovely 1bd
apt. in gated complex within
walking distance to shopping,
restaurants, a school, the
beach and exciting night life.
Offered with appliances. Web
Ref: 10130. Price: $950 p/m
SANDYPORTI 1bd/1.5bt unit
features ocean views, large
rooms, top of the line
appliances and plumbing
fixtures, ceramic tiled floors,
and much more. Appliances
only. Web Ref: 9870. Price:
$1,800 p/m
CABLE BEACH! 3rd floor
condo in an old Bahamian
home with stunning ocean
views and beautiful beachfront
with gazebo. Peaceful and
private location yet within easy
reach of shopping, a school
and exciting night life. Offers
tiled floors throughout, security
.bars and a/c. Water and cable
included. Offered furnished.
Web Ref: 10109. Price: $2,200
p/m
SANDYPORT! Gated
community offers access to
restaurants, shopping, night
life, and fun in surf & sun. 3-
story,3bd/3.5bt Bermuda-style
waterfront townhouse fully
furnished and features modern
'kitchen, open living/dining
room, and walk-out balconies
with panoramic canal views.
Private dock and carport. Web
Ref. 10012. Price: $5,300 p/m
BAYROC! Like new, 3bd/3.5bt
spacious condo with great
ocean views. Bayroc offers
private beach, pools, 24-hr
security, ponds, gym and
more. All located within
walking distance to Cable
Beach. Unit features upgraded
tiles in kitchen & bathroom.
Large balcony extends outdoor
living. Web Ref: 10041. Price:
$7,500 p/m
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs ,


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PAT STRACHAN


South Beach Estates Area -
four unit apartment site near
shops, schools, bus stop.
82x100-asking $85,000.00. -
owner will listen to offers Call
for details!
Charlotteville Subdivision
next to Old Fort Bay, gated and
fully enclosed with security,
infrastructure going in now, lots
60x120 start at $84,000.00.
Call for an appointment to view!
Blue Water Cay, new gated
subdivision located on Fox Hill
Road South near to Yamacraw
Beach Estates all lots are
water-front, fully secured; Size-
75x175, prices start at
$255,000.00 owner financing
available.
Southern Seas, new gated
subdivision located on Bacardi
Road, next to Venice Bay, sizes
start at 80x100, water-front lots
available. Marina, 24hr
security- introductory prices
start at $80,000.00.
Old Fort Bay, next to Lyford
Cay, gated, 24hr security,
water-front, beach- front and
canal. Lots 75x170 start at
$375,000.00; homes start at
$850,000.00.
Venice Bay, located on Bacardi
Road, fully developed
residential community with
Marina, tennis courts, pool and
plans for hotel and marina.
Residential, apartments and
commercial lots available; sizes
100x100 start at $95,000.00.
Dorsettville Subdivision,
located on East St. South, next
to South Beach Estates, duplex
lots 50x100; asking
$50,000.00
New!! South Ocean Estates -
Newly developed, Single-
Family Duplex and Multi-Family
sites available- 100xl 00 from $
80,000.00. Take advantage of
introductory price!
3 minutes from South Ocean
and
Westwinds Subdivision new
subdivision, located in Love
Beach, surrounded by million-
dollar homes, duplex lots
60x100 start from $80,000.00.
Buy now before price
increases.
Bonita Bay, Waterfront gated
Subdivision, Located in the
East- prices starting at
$300,000.00

For more info.
Tel. 323-1983.


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COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
Off Collins Ave. Duplex (2) 2
Bed, 1 Bath- can be easily
converted to a professional
office asking $160,000.00
Off Soldier Road East 3,675
SQ.FT. Large two storey
Apartment Complex consisting
of 4 Bed, 2 Bath and (3) 1
Bedroom Apartments near to
commercial establishments -
asking $425,000.00
Off Wulff Road, Minnie St. 1
1/2 Storey Apartment Complex
consisting of (4) Bed, (2) Bath
and (1) Bed (1) Bath Street to
Street Lot 50x215-can easily
convert to office building and an
extra lot for parking
$250,000.00
Off East Street, Burial
Ground Corner- Commercial
Lot -$15,000.00
Commercial/Multi-Family Site
Off Faith Ave. South 55x128
- $75,000.00
New Construction Ready for
occupancy Mar 31st
Pehanna Acres near to
Yamacraw Beach Estates 3
Bed, 2 Bath, Living Room,
Dining Room, and Kitchen plus
Add Unit 2 Bed, 1 Bath -
Floor poured- asking
$200,000.00
HOMES
Elizabeth Estates Section 2 -
well kept 3 Bed, 1 Bath, Utility
Room $95,000.00
Bel -Air Subdivision 4 Bed,
2 ? Bath, Family Room, Utility
Room- Asking $250,000.00

For more info.
Tel. 323-1983.

GATED COMMUNITY UNITS
AVAILABLE
$155,000 $185,00 NET
POOL TENNIS COURT &
BASKETBALL ACCESS.
PHONE:327-0172.
FOR SALE OR RENT
SANDYPORT- Beach Lane
Fully furnished 3-bed, 3-bath
penthouse Apt with beautiful
views of the canal and ocean,
central air, front and rear
porches, office facilities, boat
ock, beach, pool tennis courts
and 24-hr sec .Sale $425,000.
Rent $3,500/pm.
Telephone 327-8135

NASSAU EAST
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Spacious 2-bed, 1-bath. Condo
Asking $120,000. Furnished Tel
364-5298 evenings, 423-2680.


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Lots
Canan Lane- Off Shirley St. -
75 x 100. $30,000
Marshall Rd. 75 x 103.
$78,000
Off Bernard Rd. Duplex lot
64 x 100. $57,000
Port New Providence- Lg.
resd. lot. $485,000.
Off Eastern Rd. 13,000 sq.ft. in
cul de sac. $180,000.
Shirley St. 2.5 acre
commercial. $2.4m

Houses
Off Mt. Royal Ave. Lot 50 x
100 with 2 houses. Wooden 2
bed and concrete 3 bed
(vandalized). Ideal for small
office conversion. $80,000
FIRM.
Hillcrest Towers 2 bed, 2 bath
penthouse with study.
Gorgeous views. Asking
$229,000.
Winton hilltop 5 bed, 3 1/2
bath with 2 bedroom cottage &
double garage. Pool & alarm
system. $578,000.
Blair Estates- 3,900 sq.ft. 3
bed, 3 bath with study, fam. rm.
& double garage. Cedar lined
closets & storage/tool rooms on
2 lots 200 x 150.
$599,000.
Brace Ridge Split level 4
bed, 2.5 bath 2700 sq.ft. home.
Pool & generator. $595,000.
Camperdown -Renovated
3,000 sq.ft. hillside 4 bed, 3
bath home with workroom & Ig.
patio. $499,000.
Coral Harbour canal 2500
q.ft. 4 bed, 3 bath. Central
C. $695,000.
Woodland Rd. Corner lot
100 x 100 with 4 bed, 3 bath
2600 sq.ft. hm. Central a/c.
$410,000.

Fam. Islands
Long Island- Salt Pond. Resd.
Lot 100 x 130. $30,000.
Hamilton's Resd. Lot 100 x
270. $30,000.
Exuma- 1.4 acres beachfront
property. $485,000.
Abaco. Treasure Cay. 1/2 acre
canal lot. $395,000 O.N.O.
Rental
Ft. Fincastle, Dean's Lane -
unfum. 1 bed apt. $400.00
mthly
Blue Sky Real Estate at
394-1664


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REAL ESTATE

ELIZABETH ESTATES,
3 bedroom House with
enclosed yard,
Only 110,000. $5,500 down.
Tel:Tropical Realty, 327-1102.

#14 INDIGO OCEANVIEW
LOT At end of cul-de-sac.
Motivated Owner.
$295,000.
Call owner 424-2419.
8.84 ACRES OF LAND
in East End For Sale. $55,000.
Size 1499.32x258.98. Please
call Prince Cooper, East Side of
Oil Terminal.
Tel 242-533-6409.

LOTS FOR SALE
INDIGO SUBD West Bay St
large elevated lot w/ocean
view, $295,000.
WESTWIND SUBD, West Bay
St. Duplex & Single-Family Lots
@ only $80,000 with $4,000
Down, Pools, Tennis Courts,
24hrs sec avail. Phone Now. 4-
plex 5-plex & 6-plex lots
available
JACARANDA, New Gated
Subd, opp Old Fort Bay,
11,000-13,000sq ft Single-
Family Lots @ a steal
$115,000. Multi-Family Lots are
well over 1/2 acre in size,
$250,000.
CONDOS
Nautica West Ba St, gated
community, wit pools,
playground, etc. 3 bed, 3.5 bath
new condos w/covered parking
custom cabinet with granite
counter tops. $470,000/
$500,000.
SANDFORD DR, 3 bed, 3.5
bath, fully turn, new town
house, with large pool, stand by
generator, very tasteful, price
reduced to $350,000. Rental
$3,500/pm.
SEA BEACH ESTS, West Bay
St, 2 bed, 1 bath fum, Apt
$175,000.
FARMER'S HILL, EXUMA, 1
acre of elevated land with
unobstructed beautiful ocean
views, $300,000.
FOREIGN BUYERS WHO
INVEST $500,000
automatically, qualify for
permanent residence status.
Contact: Mr Wells at
Tropical Realty 327-1102.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
4 Unit Apt Building,
2-bed, 1-bath each
Sweeting Lane
(close to Downtown)
100% occupancy,
annual income, $38,000.00.
Askin $324,000.00.
Call 424-5857.
HOUSE FOR SALE
BREEZY HILL
Off Village Road.
Desirable House with large lot
FOR SALE
$700,000.00
SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY
TEL:322-8804 OR 325-8633.


REAL ESTATE

PAUL RITC1H iV


REAL ESTATE
ACREAGE
Hooper's Bay, Exuma 5
acres- $295,000.00
Fire Road, Abaco -13 acres of
beautiful land with elevations
between fifty to eighty feet. The
land runs from the Queen's
Highway to the southwestern
seashore $485,000.00
Blake Road, West Bay Street
- 5 acres, prime commercial -
$3,000,000.00
COMMERCIAL
#222 Pinedale Four-
bedroom house ideal for
commercial conversion, lot 50 x
148 -$229,000.00
#271 St. Vincent Road -
Lot, 10,000+ square feet -
$108,000.00
SINGLE & MULTI-FAMILY
LOTS
#259 Southern Heights, off
St. Vincent Road Single-
family lot 70 x 100 -
$71,000.00
#280 Malcolm Allotments -
Duplex Lot 50x 100 -
$50,000.00
We also have lots for sale In
West Winds, Charlotteville,
South Ocean Estates, South
Seas, Westridge ....
HOUSES
#241 Harmony Hill Lovely
4-bedroom house with den,
office, covered porch upstairs -
$480,000.00
#250 Prince Charles Split
level house with 5 bedrooms,
can be converted for multi-
family or commercial use -
$265,000.00
#273 Ridgeland Park Well
kept 3-bedroom house, fully
enclosed yard $111,000.00
#238 Coral Harbour Canal-
front property, 70 x 140 with
three houses in good condition,
good I income-producing
property, can also be used for
commercial purposes -
$490,000.00
#257- Garden Hill Estates -
3-bedroom house with attached
2-bedroom apartment
$180,000.00
#268 Off West Bay Street -
Beautiful 3-bedroom house with
pool and lovely ocean views -
$795,000.00
APARTMENTS
#230 Palmetto Village -
Triplex with one 2/2 unit and
two 1/1 units $259,000.00
#278 Kool Acres 4-unit
apartment complex in excellent
condition $348,000.00
#172 Yamacraw Shores -
triplex with 3 two-tiedroom units
in good condition -
$250,000.00.
TELEPHONE 394-2650
www.paulritchierealestate.com


REAL ESTATE




PARADISE

Treasure Cove 1216S-
Furnished 3 bedroom / 2
bathroom "Paradise" model.
Open plan, custom kitchen,
crown moldings, Ig. master
suite w/ cedar lined walk in
closet, 1 car garage and more!
$409,000 Gross
High Vista 1179- Fum. 3/2.5
family home on large, comer
lot. Large kitchen, bonus room,
rear patio and shed. $301,000
Gross
Queen's Street 1188 Prime
location, 4/4 home ripe for
office conversion! Well built but
in need of some TLC. Priced
right at $495,000 Gross
Treasure Cove 1200-
Furnished 4 bedroom / 2
bathroom home on culdesac.
Open plan, large master'suite,
large covered patio and more!
$370,000 Gross
Sear's Road 1187- Furnished
4/3 home ideal for residential or
commercial use. Great
location, solid and in great
condition! $379,000 Gross
($3,500 per month rent)
Camperdown 1164- Partially
furnished 4/3 on elevated,
enclosed property. Custom
kitchen, top of the line
appliances, newly tiled, custom
moldings and more! Reduced
$475,000
Sand vort 2167- Partially
furnished, 4/3.5 eanal front
townhouse with enclosed
Bahama room, spacious patio,
dock and more! $599,000
Ocean Place 2143- Paradise
Island's newest, most exclusive
residence. World class finishes
and amenities! Now taking
reservations. Starting from the
low $800,000's to over 2
million.
-Lots-
Charlotteville- Gated
community in the west. Great
investment opportunity. Lots
starting at $92,900. Don't'miss
out!
Marsh Harbour. Abaco
AB4029- 2 large oceanfront
parcels with Sea of Abaco
frontage! US$545,000 each
Long Island L14004/5-
Beachfront near Stella Maris
starting at $150,000
Westwinds 6019C- Multi
family lots starting at $80,000
Exclusive Lubber's Quarters.
Abaco 8047- 1 lot left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900
For more sales listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
www.paradlsebahamas.com


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

WANTED
;URGENTLY
: Vacant Land''
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments
Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell
Please call Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225
anytime.
EXECUTIVE TOWNHOUSE,
3,000 sf, West Ridge North, 3-
bed, 3 1/2 bath, 2 car garage,
enclosed yard, private pool,
12ft ceilings. Must see to
appreciate. Asking $575K,
Phone 327-3542.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES LOT
Totally unobstructed views
Lot is elevated and faces
south
Near to the only access to
Cabbage Beach
Asking Price $1,500,000
Call 363-2712
LAND FOR SALE
CENTRAL LONG ISLAND
$22,000 per Acre
Contact: Capt Bertram
Williams, Sandra Burrows,
Lysetta Adderley @ 423-8789,
Cell 341-6072, or 464-2696.
LOTS FOR SALE
8 Lots in Bahama Sound
#15 & #16 in Exuma
2 Lots For Sale in Abaco
2 Lots 15 Acres each on the
ocean in Long Island, 5 miles
south of Clarence Town.
Phone:327-8026, 359-3160,
anytime.

FOR SALE
SANDY, BEACHFRONT LOT,
CABLE BEACH 50X126,
$300,000.
THE ONLY ONE AVAILABLE.
CONTACT WENDELL AT:
'JUDAH REAL ESTATE.
TEL 394-4663, FAX 393-7228.


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LOTS
GLENISTON GARDENS:
60X175, $95,000.00
CAMPERDOWN:Corner lot, 1-
acre 229x187, $200,000.00
WINTON:Multi-family, Ocean
view, 100X234, $250,000.00
WINTON HEIGHTS :115X138,
$198,000.00
HOUSESICONDO
MT. VERNON:2 storey house
3-bed 2?-baths, $695;500.00
MT. PLEASANT
SUBDIVISION:Lot 5,000 sq. ft.
3-bed 2-baths house,
$178,000.00
TYLER STREET:Newly
renovated house, Lot 50x100 3-
bed 2-baths, $198,000.00
VICTORIA COURTS:Victoria
Ave. Down Town Gated with
pool. Furnished 1-bed 1-bath,
Living dining and kitchen
combine A/C, and cable ready,
$120,000.00.
ORIS SYMMONETTE
REAL ESTATE
325-8280, EVE 325-1961

FOR SALE
DUPLEX LOT 60x100, West
Winds. Gated Community
(FREE appraisal, $80,000.
NEWI Beach rights & ocean
views Saffron Hills Lots,
starting $175,000 Reserve now
w/$2,500 Down.
Few Lots left Indigo. Gated
Community 60x120 @
$150,000.
Residential Lot Bahama West
(Nassau) 100x230 @ $350,000
57.24 Acres beach front in
Cage Point, Abaco @ $3.5
Mil.
2+Acres Prime Commercial
Land Blue Hill+ Carmichael
Road. Serious inquiries only.
Gino: 544-8469, 364-7548 eve.



FULLY FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY $500 PER
MONTH. 392-4859.
1-BEDROOM APT
unfurnished $450 per
month, $1250 to move in.
Fox Hill & Hanna Rd. 356-
8344, 364-0368.
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
LIGHT AND WATER.
PHONE 324-2704.
1-BED, 1-BATH, SHIRLEA
furnished. A/C, water & gas
incl. $650/mth. Ph 393-5845.


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NEW 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH NEWLY RENOVATED PAUL RITCH I E UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath
(South Beach) A/C, security ATTRACTIVE 4-UNIT near beach. Conveniently
bars, water, $650 per month, APARTMENT COMPLEX. ISLE located to wash house, beauty
U first and last month rent plus OF TAJAE. PROSPECT salon and convenience store.
SPARADISE security deposit, couples only, RIDGE RD, SKYLINE LAKES Minutes away from pharmacy
griallegt,= no pets. Phone 361-4035. SUBD. NOW AVAILABLE: and food store. Central air and
SPpr Serious inquiries only 1-EFFICIENCY $1,000/PM ALL water included. In .quite
MANAGEMENT & RENTALS "Your Gated FULLY FURNISHED & REAL E ATE residential area. Rent $800 per
Community Specialists" NEWL Y BUILT 1-bedroom EQUIPPED W/LINENS, RENTAL PROPERTIES month. First and last months
FOR RENT Treasure Cove, Sandyport, apartment with air condition DINNERWARE, WASHER rent and $400 security deposit
Old Fort Bay, Lyford Cay and water included, cable & AND DRYER. TELEPHONE, COMMERCIAL required. Phone, electricity and
CABLE BEACH:Furnished 2- Let us take care of phone ready asking $550 per CABLE AND ELECTRICITY #269 Blue Hill Road South cable ready. Ca1.364-5961
bedroom Apt, A/C, ceiling fans, your family! month, sec deposit $300. READY WITH PRIVATE Shop space in new commercial ASK FOR MRS GRAY
laundry facilities. $1,000. Water. Contact Mr & Mrs Saunders @ WATER SUPPLY. CENTRAL plaza for ice cream parlor- 450 TRIGE ESTATES
incl. Treasure Cove R1197- New, 395-0767, 323-5191 or 341- A/C, AND.ELECTRIC GATE sq. ft.-$2,100.00 WESTRIDGE ESTATEh
furn. 4/2 with many upgrades! 0494 after 7pm. FOR ADDED SECURITY. #761 Madeira Street 495 NORTH 2-bed, 2-bath Apt
MONTAGU: FURNISHED 1- NICE $4,000 NEWLY BUILT 1-BEDROOM FIRST AND LAST MONTH sq. ft, ground floor shop/office Westridge Estates North
BEDROOM APT CEILING EFFICIENCY light, water, WITH SECURITY DEPOSIT space. $950.00 immunity equipp satellite
FANS. $575. WATER INCL. Sa ort R1050- Newly AC, bars, hot water included. REQUIRED. CALL 557-1449. private entrance, tennis court
remodeled, 3/3.5 canal front Pinewood Gardens. $550 per APARTMENTS private entrance, t ennis court
oFnFf sARLtmESWonthond NEWLY WEDS, Efficiency Well-kept fully furnished dryer, microwave. Water and
HIGHWAY: NEW -bedroom $400 se ep. Phone contact Condos are a e for rent townhouse, 2/2 1/2 elec included. Partially
Apt with appliances, central-air Treasure Cove R1140- Fumr. availabe gate P Sedii^S
Apt with appliances, central-air Treasure Cove R140- Fum. 92-4769 or 392-1321 after for one week at Wes ttownhouse, 1 furnished $2,000/pm, first & last
wasecurite closed yard. $750 4/2 with pool and nosed 6p ask for Solomon Sands. Lakes in Orlando, Florida. Call #750 Sher/d ine Lakes month ad sec dep of $1,500
water included yar, nearocean.NEWLY BUILT 1 BED, 1 BATH 393-8478. Furished 2/2? apt, secure required. Contact 357-3201, or
SOLDIER ROAD: 2-bedroom Cable Beach R2212- Fur., EASTERN AREA, NEWLY WEDS, Efficiency gated complex, pool 525-6842.
House, A/C, ceiling fans, newly renovated 2/2 in $600/PM, $300 S/D. Condos are available for rent $1,800.00 TOWNHOUSE STYLE
enclosed yard, $1,000 beachfront complex. $3,500 CALL MRS ROLLE, 322-3540, for one week at Westgate #512 The Heritage CONDO Cable Beach 2 bed
MR ROLLE 436-3548. Lakes in Orlando, Florida. Call Furnished 2/2 apartment, very 1 bath. Fully furnished. Includes
SOLDIER ROAD: 1,120sq ft Sandyport R2151- Fum., NEWLY BUILT 2-bedroom apt 393-8478. nice- $800.00 satellite TV, wireless internet
Office space available. $1,500 spacious 2/2,5 condo EWLY UILT o #725 Tropical Gardens access, grocery deliver
per monthace overlooking canal on Clipper for rent. Spigot Rd $650/pm OFF JOHNSON ROAD two New, unfurnished 2/2.5, with th y ealthso member
I Island.$3,500 s last + se dep.. bedroom, one bath apt with appliances, central air Great location with po
SEA BREEZE:Tastefully Cariael. 557-3132/434- fridge stove water & light $1,500.00 washer/dryer, electronic
furnished two storey executive Cable Beach R2086- New, incl8711,ded. $800/mth 1st, last - Leeward East security survalence/monitoring.
furnished ____________________ ____________ included. $800/mth lst, last #700 -.Leeward East ^K^^S
home, 4-bed, 3-bath with nicely fum. 2/2.5 townhouse NEWLY BUILT one bedroom $600 sec dep. required. Call Furnished 2/1 apartment, $1,800 per month. CAll 364-
central-air, large TV room, with enclosed, private yard. apartment for rent in 636-7996. attractive yard, central air, 4765 for viewing appointment.
laundry room, garage, covered $2,200_ Carmichael area. $550 per OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT private yard -$1,100.00. 4 or viewing appoinen
patio, nicely landscaped, month enclosed yard, burglar #78 Market Street, $350 per TELEPHONE 394-2650 PINE YARD ROAD OFF SEA
gardens. $3,500 per month Sandyport R1189- Furn. 3/3 bars, ceiling fans, air condition, month www.paulritchierealestate.com BREEZE LANE semi-
home on canal with study, private parking, water included. Phone 323-4999,427-9755. fumished 1 large bedroom,
LEEWARD EST: New & generator, dock and many For more information call 361- bath walk-in closet, stove,
modem. Spacious 2-bed, 2.5- upgrades! $7,000 3279. Please no children. OFFICE SPACE fridge, AC, cable, bars, sofa,
bath Townhouse with $450 PER MONTH, water. $575 per month, first and
appliance, central. air, ceiling Twvnam R2220- Furn., NEWLY BUILT SHOP, $1,500 $450 PER MONTH. water. $575 per month, first a
an, Laundry facilities in a quiet spacious 32 in central location. A MONTH, 1ST & LAST AND UTILITIES INCLUDED. last, sec dep, $250. Ask for Ms
neighbourhood,n $2,000. Very $2,300ONO $1,000 SECURITY DEPOSIT, CALL FOR DETAILS, 242- Carey 556-2315, 322-7205
nice. iCENTRAL A/C, BURGLAR 356-0545. after 5pm 364-7562.
Westward Villas R2207- New BARS, WATER INCLUDED. ONE 2-BEDROOM APT. 1st QUAINT: bedroom unfurn
TURNQUESTPROPERTY ut EXCELLE AiV QUAINT: 1 bedroom unfurn.
TURNQUEST PROPERTY unfurn. 3/2.5 townhouse in the EXCELLENT FOR A BEAUTY and last + sec. A/C, water. Apt avail in Yamacraw Beach,
MANAGEMENT hat ofCabe Beach! Great P R OR AEA Upstairs $600. Cowpen Road. Real foraquet persons$650/pm,
324-3060 price at $1,850 STORE. PHONE 322-3753 OR 558-4864.x c .al.y First and last
427-5920 ROYAL PALM
Seabeach Estates R2084- STRET, CULMERSVILLE. ONE BEDROOM APT TArequired plus $500 sec dep.
Puineyard Road off SeaBreeze RENTALS Water and elect Included,
Furn. 2/2.5 townhouse near the NEWLY BUILT spacious 2- Lane Stove fridge, dining R101 SANDYPORT: 2bed- cable and telephone ready.
beach! $2,800 bed, 1-bath apartment, off Fox table, sofa, microwave, center 2bath ondo ocean and canal Sorry no pets To nquire.
Hill Rd South. Central air, rug. A/C, water, bars, $600 per views, $3,000.mtly. Tel 324-7039 between 9am
Dick's Point R2204- Fum. ceiling fans, washer, dryer, month, $300 sec dep. Contact and 5pm.
Oceanfront 3/3.5 townhouse in fridge; stove, alarm, burglar Ms Carey, 364-7562 after 5pm R102 SEABEACH: 2bed-
ated, eastern community, bars, dinette, fenced yard & or322-7205 5562315 2 h townhouse, fully PILOT HOUSE CONP DE
9$6,000 water included. $900 per or 322-7205,556-2315. furnished, pool. BAY ST OPP POOP DECK
Month. Tel 364-1798, 557- ONE BEDROOM APT, Rose $2,000.mtly. Completely furnished one
Treasure Cove R1180- 1460. Street, Fox Hill. Burglar bars, bedroom Apt. Microwave
DOWNTOWN: Beautiful Spacious, furn. 5/3 with pool in A/C, $500 per month. Water R103 CORAL HARBOUR: dishwasher and laundry, 24-hr
Colonial Building dating back to a gated, oceanfront community. OLDE TOWNE, SANDYPORT included. Phone 322-1920(D), Canalfront 2bed-2.5bath security, swimming pool, gym
1700's. 4,500 s/ft and 1,800 $5,500 Enjoy an ocean view, large 3 324-1299(N) townhouses, fully furnished and cable ready, close to
s/ft Auxiliary Building; both in bed 3 bath two storey condo. PARADI D $2,000.mtly. Paradise IsI. Phone Donald
excellent condition. Ideal for Old Fort Bay R1154- Basic furniture with many 2 bd, 3 b v A/: ritRussell, 393-2259.
Gourmet Restaurant or Immaculate 5/4 furn. Home on extras including wooden floors, pool, fully furnished, enclosed 104 CORAL HARBOUR: SANDYPORT BEACH LANE
Executive Offices. One of a canal with 1/1 guest cottage s/steel appliances, central air 400 y urns encse Canalfront 2bed-2bath full furid 3-bed, 3-bath
kind! and pool. $19,000 private balcony, generator 4 apartment, fully furnished. penthouse Apt with beautiful
Call Bemadette Miller elevator and ample parking with SEA BEACH: $1,700.mtly. views of the canal and ocean,
326 4800 325 3957 Caves Point R213- Fum. 24 hours sec. This unit is a West Bay St, 5-bed, 4 1/2-bath R105 CORAL HARBOUR: office r facilit andears, bo pati dos
C.A. CHRISTIE REALESTATE 3/3.5 condo with office facilitiesntral air, front an d rear patiock,
C.A.E REamazing walkaway from a sandy beach, Townhouse, gated, pool, fully Canaifront 2bed-lbath beach, pools, tennis courts, at.
views! $5,000 dockage is available. furn, A/C, $5,500/pm. anafront, furnish edbath pools, tennis courts, et
ROOMS FOR RENT: ,eabeach Estate R221 $4,200/pm. Te327-7772 apartmentfurnished, and 24-hr sec. $3,500 per
2 bed, 2 bath Apt, $130/wk. 2h priate yard. Contact Pro Del Ltd 327-1163. $1,100.mtly. month. Tel 327-8135.
Furn. elec, water, cable, phone $1,600 ONO NEW 2-BED, 2-BATH APT bedrooms, 2 bath house R106 CORAL HARBOUR: SKYLINE DRIVE AREA, a
nmov Qe in. 422-4542, 322 76, for rent Carmichael Road off enclosed patio + yard; sec bars, Canalfront 1bed-1bath prestigious neighbourhood,
moI niann 7 Skyline Lakes R2142- Fum Faith. Water included $700 per cale & intemet ready, furnished apartment. near cable beach:-
341-5034, Dianne. 2/2.5 and 3/2.5 townhouses in month, first, last, $300 sec dep. $1,300/pm Sea Breze estates. $900.mtly. 2 bedroom cottage $1300
Furnshed Efficiency the west. Starting at $2,000 Tel 341-0395, 341-5254. Tel 324-5013. Contact: 3 bed apartment 1800
For Rent, light, EXECUTIVE REALTY 1 Bedroom apartment $900
or Rent, ligt, water For more rental listings call NEW 1-BEDROOM APT 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATHROOM TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288 All with A/C and exclusive of
e450.00 p.m.. Must see t Paradise Real Estate 325-3000 Light, water & cable incl. $650. PER MONTH, FIRST utilities. Call 327-8866.
appreciate. 455 Orvisit Fort Charlotte area AND LAST MONTH. $350.00 TWO 1-BEDROOM APT. TWO 2-BED, 1-BATH APTS
Call 394-5145, www.paradlsebahamas.com $600/pm $300 sec deposit. Security deposit. Water & A/C included. $500 Available Immediately.
9-5. No pets, No children. 356-2254. PHONE 427-4590. Mrs Pratt, 434-2899, 544-2985. Phone 328-4646.


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LIVING & DijiIG ROOMS r i e. APARTMENT FOR RENT Eder, E..res ofl ionnson WATER WASHER AND ON SOLDIER RD WITH
AIR CONDITIONED. CEILING 12' 50 r day CORAL VISTA CORAL Terrace. Jonon Road e DRYER INCLUDED FEMALE SCREENED IN PAITO. AC.
FANS, SEC BARS, COOKING Pone. 4264967 HARBOUR. 2-BED, 2-BATHS, uilt enclosed yard water COERRED, $40STUDENT WASHER, FRIDGE, STOVE,
APARTMENT FR RENT. For TENTS FORRENT e STOVE, WATER INCLUDED 2 bed unfurnished MONTH. TWYNAM HEIGHT. $600 SEC.
CA 341-0331, OR 456-6165 $1,200 PER MONTH. TEL 422- 1 bed fridge, stove $750 each, CALL 426-4665,.. TEL 394-8568,436-8159.
CANYTIME 12'xl 2' $50 per day. 3486, 392-0473. 1st, and last month, sec dep 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATHROOM BEAUTIFUL2-be, -bah Ap
FPhone: 426-4967 3486, 392-0473.ED 2-BATHS, u enc d ar 2-BEDROOM, IG-BETD BEAUTIFUL 2-bed IE, S-batAp



ANYTIME- Phone: 426-4967 $400. Call 364-7698. water included, cable ready sec Central A/C, fully furnished,
SHOP & OFFICE SPACE TOWN COURT -1-bed, Apt CABLE BEACH BelAir Apts. _bars, South Beach, $650. water included, off Dolphin
Yamacraw Rd opp Treasure fully furnish Spacious 560 sq ft., furnished 2 BED, 2 BATH APARTMENT Tel 3614942. Drive West. $1500. 323-7044
au fully furnished for rent, May 5, one bedroom apt. A/C, cable, APARMEN T6/3614 wat Dr" ve, West-150.
Cove. Ideal for pharmacy, 2006. $800 per month. Call launebedry facilities. C ableo unfurnished. eauti areaO 1 FURNISHED ROOM eve, 477-1836.
doors office, barber i 5r moth c1i Torr ; no includhed.BeautifulareaOutae 1 FURNISHED ROOM eve, 477-1836.
shop/beauty salon, real estate 535-5338 after 6 pm. children or pets. $750/0m East. $800 per month. OR RENT. PLEASE DO NOT BLAIR ESTATES Newly built
office, etc. TWO BEDROOM to share. Off Please call Phone 327-7601 or Please call 557-2876. BRING ANY OTHER large 1 bedroom apartment
Call 361-3816, or 361-5921. Carmichael Road. $300/pm. 556-9318. Please FURNITURE IN ROOM, ONE private entrance built onto
S. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT SINGLE BACHELOR ONLY. house. Fully furnished, cable
SPACIOUS 2-BED, 2 1/ BATH Call after 5pm. 361-2956. CABLE BEACH TEL 324-3979. NO KIDS. NO PETS. OFF ready, computer ready, washer
CONDO. SEA BEACH EASTERN END OF ISLAND 1- TOWNHOUSES 1-bed, 1-bath B B Rh EAST ST ON CROOKED machine and dryer. Pnvate
ESTATES. 5 MIN FROM bedroom, furnished C light, Units completely fished, 2 NEWLY BULT 2 BEDROOM ISLAND ST JUST ACROSS yard with patio. Everything
AN E. nd ool, patio, near to stores and APARTMENT C, water, FROM A CONVENIENT included. Also use of swimming
CABLE BEACH. CENTRAL water, cable $850/mth, 1st andibeach. $1,200/pm. 327- security bars, security gates S.TRE Q C LEN pool with outside kitce with
AIR, FULLY FURN PRICE last $500 dep. 324-5618 after 2694557-8980 include. S$700 9 STORE QUIET CLEAN pool with outside kitchen with
NEGOTIABLE. 7pm. Phone 322-32694/557-8980753 Royalclu Pal ... ENCLOSED YARD. grill. $1,250 a month, first last
CALL 557-8142. F I APT FB T CABLE BEACH Sta, Cmersville -2 BLOCK FROM BUS STOP. and security. Serious inquiries
cEFFICIaENCY APT FOR RENT TOWNHOUSES 3 bed, 3 1/2 St, Culmersvil. CEILING FAN IN ALL ROOMS, only single lady or a couple.
SPACIOUS AND BEAUTIFUL AT LOVE BEACH. bath Units. Completely 2 NEWLY BUILT HOUSES 3- -BEDROOM, FRONT ROOM Must see to appreciate. Phone
One bedroom apartment for PLEASE CALL 3625403 furnished, pool, patio and bed, 2-bath each. Own t AND KITCHEN NEWLY 393-4732 after 5pm. Cell 427-
rent in Garden Hills # 1, Water FOR FURTHER DETAILS. balcony, near to stores and spacious fenced-in yard. Off RENOVATED. ALL UTILITIES 2864 anytime ask for David.
included, Inclosed property EFFICIENCY FOR RENT $120 beach. $2,500/pm. 327-2694, Fox Dale; $1200 per month.: --INCLUDED: LIGTH HOT/ T
$5 0 per month. Security weekly or $400 per month. 557-8980. Phone324-2504. COLD WATER, PHQNE, B TH R T
deposit, Leave a message at L w ROAD --2 SEPAATEOO S ,-' CABLE. $150 PER WEEK, For Stylist, Barber & Nail Tech.
1 or ater, micra CARMICHAEL ROAD 2 SEPARATEROOMS "$500 TO MOVE IN. WEEKLY Located Bahama Avenue. 361-
424-1791 or 361-2546 refrigerator, stove and cable is BRAND NEW SPACIOUS FOR RENT. CABLE, WATER, '- -ONLY. CALL.MS KEMP 0398 or 394-3947,
WINTON ESTATES: 2-bed, o H unfumished 2 1-bed, 1-bath LIGHT INCLUDED. ; BE.TWEEI 9 PM. ask for Beverley Robinson.
1/2 bath Townhouse opposite hon 3643155 3235761 living & dining room, water $500 PER MONTH. TEL 3-06 BRAND NEW 1 BEDROOM
the beach, security bars, fully included, security bars, washer TEL 361-1507. APT, GLADSTONE ROAD
furnished, A/C, cable ready, EFFICIENCY FOR RENT space air condition. Interesting APARTMENT 2-BEDROOMS A0 Ar mth iudin
front and back balconies with Fully furnished 1 bedroom, applicant only Tel 341-2534 2-BED, 2-BATH APT with fridge, stove & washing 650 after month ca rid ingsto
ocean views, $1100/pm Coral Heights, $550 per month, after 6 pm 454-5526 Furn, elec, water, cable, phone machine. Palmdale area. water, light, cable r st
324-5897 leave a message 1st and last month, $300 sec incl. Quiet environment. $950 Phone 322-1350.& burglar bars. F irs, last +
M IFUR UN r dep. Water and light include 8 e.fd per month, First & last month's ATTENTION BUSINESS II Contact 302-8479, 364-7616
SEMIFURNISHED, r Tel 3 58(D) 362-2148 rent and $500 sec depo 'equ. Looking for a new 1-bedroom serious enquiries only.
condition one bedroom (eve/wekends). 422-4542, 322-7276, 341-5034 Apartment for your employer? BRAN BER
apartme ent. London Ave, Dianne. rivat nce and et BRAND NEW 1-BEDROOM
Millers Heights Subdivision EFFICIENCY: Light, water, 'ne oPrivate, snicereande quieter AAPTAIR NDEo R BARSI.
Water included. $550/pm. Tel cable & fridge in $475/mth 2-BEDROOM FOR RENT. location. St Andew Beach. Tel APC $ l ANONDW SEC B AS,
341-2709. 361-0843, 454-1502. VAMACRAWBEACH. ,: 347-7 "- $, CAEPM AND SED EP $400
: TEL 324-5822.-' Avaltable .. TO MOVE IN $1,540.
SPACIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath semi- I f 2-BEDROOM (SEMI) FURN.'3"'" Pn PrimeiatIce Suiltb' *' SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY
furnished Apt. 3 minutes from HOUSE, SOUTH BEACH For Omricdiatei, cupfancy CALL 361-3078% 434-8243.
Paradise Island Bridge, first, 2/BARS CABLE 390 qft (additial'500 ft
last and one month sec dep. Telephone- 326..807,326-8112 -. 2/READYRS WATER 'YARDi TANK p9ona0l. s beautiful views Mof 0 se ftbo
$675 per month. 356-8344, owrMono: "PUT GOD F COMING TO ORLANDO READYS WATER"L 3 s TANK nassau har & Paradise Fidge; stove, water included,
t364-0368. A.P.]PRsA.I Tirfed of staying in stuffy hotels. OFGAS.TEL323-4626 Nassau -harbor & Paradise t, ate d
364-0368. c APPRAISALS Tired of staying in stuffyr hotels. Island. 3 paing spaces -$550 first and Ist + $400 sec
RENTAIS I have luxurious 4 bed, 3 2-BEDROOM partly Turn apt in' Included in rental, tumKey fit- A, t
TWO BED, ONE BAHROOM, SALES bathrooms vacation home, Smith's Cove off Joe Farrnglon out office suite. 24 hr automaltc Efficiency Apt, $50. W after
included, fridge, ligith, water living, dining, den, swimming Road. .A/C; security bars: stanaby generator. two inlues first and last+$300 sec.
and cable, $725 per moth, first nool. Near airport, Disney, FI fridge,! and stove .incld. $850 elevators (wired for rlodern Phone:341.0572
and last month required, I Vall, al other attraction, per month + $500 sec cdep. Ph communication needs) -Cell 565-6362.
security deposit of $350.. Bahamas 242-356-0544, 323-4360. separate staff and secured BRAND NEW 2 spacious 2 bed
Garden Hills #3. Tel 544-3631. US 818-470-7237. 2-BEDROOM semi fur Apt, lieht asking, automated gated Apt,,separate living and dinin
sCOZY CABLE BEACH /C, ec bars, Royal Palm-:entranbe & inteircom system, rooms, tiles throughout C/A
UNFURNISHED 1-bed, 1-bath. COTTAGE 2 bedoom, Garde,$675 pe month h tecurty guards, 24 ceiling fan, burglar bars sight,
living & edinsing rooms fnihed c $400. ueillancsystems(ec'rded) alarm system elec, gates, fully
con itioned, ceiling fans, sec fecleing la +el depcc$40.d ete-, ss control professionally landscaped semi-fumished.
bars, cooking gas & water ncl fans, w/d fridge/stoveenclosed Te22-3966managed $5,200.00morthly. stove, washer, dryer, cable and
apt for rent. Call 341-0331FOR RENT patio and ate yard space, 52-BEDROOM, 2 BATH To vie contact phone ready $850, 1st last
456-6165 anytime. NASSAU EAST, spacious 2- mins to h each. Cable and newly': built Townhouse Mr Eer I.G emen. Lowe and sec depo. Tel 394-7607.
bed, 2-bath unfurnished telephone ready, water Yorkshire St, Chapman Estates Bah. Facility Management Ltd.
ROYAL VALLEY SUBD 2 bed, apartment $850 month. included. '$1400/m Call 327- Semi-fumished. Tel 242328BFMM, or 322 BRAND NEW AT Off
2 1/2 bath townhouse style, 6010, 454-5132, 359-0074:328-1811. ' 7419 Carmicheal Rd, near Detention
very spacious fridge, stove and YAMACRAW ROAD, 1 ________ 0 BoxS-19784 center. 2 bed 1 bath comes
water included. 359-1539, 341- bedroom unfurnished FULLY FURNISHED 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH au Bahamas with ceiling fans, air condition in
4227. apartment $600 monthly; 2 EFFICIENCY Gleniston w/fridge, stove, microwave, master bedroom, burglar bar,
bedroom unfurnished Gardens Air condition, dishwasher, garbage disposal, BEACHFRONT APT on Cable satelitte, security system and
SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM APT townhouse, $1,000 monthly. washer/dryer, water' included, alarm, water & washer & dryer Beach 2 bed, 2 bath. water. Yard fenced in, Only
Yellow Elder, $600 per month, Telephone and cable ,ready, available $1200/pm. Phone Furnished, cable, intemet serious applicants aeed call for
Water & light included its, last LEEWARD EAST, 2 bedrooms post box, $600 monthly, 'first & 422-3440. ready, central AC, private patio. viewing. 4 people max $700.00
month rent required. Sec dep furnished apartment in quiet last month rent + security. On site management, private per month. 361-2769/395-9636
$400. Phone 361-5782. development, $800 monthly. 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, and secure. $2,300 per month, or 436-9098
TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH, upstairs apartment in Pinedale. Call 327-0148
WORKSHOP WITH OFFICE CABLE BEACH, 2 bed, 2 central A/C, washer/dryer Srry no children please. BRAND NEW EFFICIENCY -
WAREHOUSE SPACE baths partly furnished villa, water included, telephone and enta includes FREE water BEAUTICIAN BOOTH Seabreeze Lane $500.00 per
UPSTAIRS AND EXTRA $1,500 monthly cable ready, post box, $800 and clothes washer. $650 per FOR RENT in high traffic area. month includes: fridge, stove,
PARKING TOTAL $800 PER monthly first and last month month, first & last with $300 sec These services are in great water, security bars, ceiling fan,
MONTH. TEL 322-1350. COLLINS AVENUE, office rent + security. Call 324-3387 dep. Phone Sundays thru demand for this area. Must also smoke detector & mini blinds.
sEea pace. $1,300 monthly after 5pm weekdays/weekends Fridays, 364-1460 or 323-8280. have own clients Call 364- NO PETS
Unfurnished 1 bedroom apt. ROOM FOR RENT. furn, light, R& DPL2 Bedroom sa s Apt CORAL HARBOUR, beach EASTERN AREA "House-Unit"
Light,water and cable included, water, telephone, cable $150 ROSE ST, FOX HILL 2- &rBedroom spacious Apt e A A A n ouseU ni
$625. p/m $1250 to move in. per week. No kids. bedroom apartment. to share unfurnished, Foxdale Phone view, 1-bed basemi bedroom unfurn, cable, tel
2 persons ma 3- ,Ph: 32,209. $500 rrov n with.a ale. Phone 324-1392 64-5691H Ce, 4 694 furnished Apt. $750, 1st, last & read $600 monty,
peron P h. 0 'n ba rnal on0 1 , 446 -416 2 na ,. .
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FORRENY |
CENTRALLY LOCATED. Off'
Montrose Ave, 2-bed, 1-bath
Apt. Available from. April 15,
2006. Fridge, stove, water,
central A/C, $700 per month,
first, last, $450 sec deposit.
Quiet Christian neighbours,
looking for the same. Short
term lease of 6 months will be
considered. Call 357-3128
leave message.
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT $150
PER WEEK. LIGHT AND
WATER INCL. CALL 392-7642,
9AM-5PM. 361-7842 AFTER
6PM



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busy switchboard. Starting
salary $250 per week.
Applicants may fax their
resumes to 364-3076.
RECEPTIONIST Must be
computer literate
responsibilities will include
answering phones greeting
customers basic data entry.
Must be dependable and
reliable. Call 377-0114.
SUMMER ACADEMY a small
private school, is currently
accepting applications for
classroom teachers for the new
academic year at both -the
preschool and elementary level.
Applicant for teaching positions
in the preschool must have a
Bachelor's Degree in Early
Childhood Education from an
accredited University or
College and have a valid
teaching certificate with a
least two years experience
teaching.
All applicants in the elementary
school must have a minimum
of a Bachelor's Degree in
Elementary Education and
possess a valid Teaching
Certificate from an accredited
University or College.
Applicants are also required
to have a least two years
experience.
All teachers must be familiar
with inquiry based teaching
methods.
Teachers with math and
science as specialties are
especially encouraged to
apply.
Excellent grammar Is a must.
Preference will be given to
Bahamian applicants:
Fax resume to 394-4790.
Resumes must be submitted no
later than Friday, March 31,
2006, no exceptions.


HELP WANTED

EXPERIMENTAL BUSH
MEDICINE for HIV in the 1st
stage. Need persons to
participate.
All calls confidential, 423-9058.
FULL TIME JANITRESS
needed for school Monday
through Friday. A clean police
record a must. Health certificate
required. Please call 394-
4781/2 for further information.
GARDENER/HELPER needed.
Phone 322-5664.
FULL TIME COOK NEEDED.
PLEASE CALL AND LEAVE A
MESSAGE AT 364-5801.
SALES PERSON NEEDED.
Previous experience required.
Must be mature/team player.
Possess good conversational
skills. Self-motivated, energetic
and highly assertive.
Tel 363-2609/10.
BAHAMAS EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY IN HEPBURN
HOUSE ON SHIRLEY
STREET
NEEDS:
8 SALES PERSONS WITH
BUBBUE PERSONALITIES,
FRIENDLY AND LOVE
WORKING WITH PEOPLE
(TOURIST) HARD WORKING.
MON-THURS, 9-5PM.
PLEASE BRING (IN PERSON)
TWO (2) REFERENCES
FROM PASS EMPLOYERS,
VALID POUCE RECORD,
ONE (1) PASSPORT PHOTO,
& RESUME.
INVENTORY SUPERVISOR
needed for marine business.
Must be computer literate and
have marine knowledge.
Please fax resume to:
394-7659..
SERVICE STATION
ON JOE FARRINGTON ROAD
need 2 Pump Attendants
urgently. Bring (2) references,
police record and National
insurance card.
Call 324-1787, or 324-2987.
ONE HANDYWOMAN needed.
Tel 328-8004.
KITCHEN ASSISTANT
WANTED FOR SMALL TAKE
OUT. 325-8070.

HANDYMAN needed
Telephone 242-359-6464.
LIVE-IN HELPER NEEDED.
$150 WEEKLY TO CARE FOR
MOTHER TO BE AND TWO
YOUNGER CHILDREN. CALL
426-0420.
UVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER to
care for a senior citizen,
minimum age 35, six days a
week, 7pm. thru 8pm. Call 356-
6484 or 325-0318 for details.
BAHAMAS EXPERIENCE
TOURS
BAY/& CHRISTIE STS
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED.
MUST HAVE CURRENT
PUBLIC SERVICE LICENCE,
BAHAMA HOST BADGE AND
MUST BE ABLE TO DRIVE
STANDARD SHIFT. ,
-NO PHONE CALLS


IELP WANTED

BAHAMAS EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY IN HEPBURN
HOUSE ON SHIRLEY STREET
NEEDS:
8 SALES PERSONS WITH
BUBBLIE PERSONALITIES,
FRIENDLY AND LOVE
WORKING WITH PEOPLE
(TOURIST)HARD WORKING.
MONDAY-THURSDAY 9-5PM
PLEASE BRING (IN PERSON)
TWO (2) REFERENCES
FROM PASS EMPLOYERS,
VALID POLICE RECORD,
ONE (1) PASSPORT PHOTO,
& RESUME.

HANDYMAN needed to clean
& weed property, wash cars
and other manual chores as
needed. Must be at least 25
years old, possess a valid
driver's license, a clean police
record and willing to work 5 1/2
days per week minimum wage.
Interested candidates must
apply in person only (No
telephone calls) to Auto R Us
on Bernard Road, Nassau,
Bahamas and bring original
diver's license, police record
and valid passport or voter's
card.
YOUNG ENEGETIC SALES
PERSON needed for starting
up technology company entry
position computer. Competitive
salary. Only serious inquiries
Send resume to:
doubledee23@hotmailcom.

CHEF POSITION AVAILABLE
An intimate nature- base resort
providing world-class cuisine on
a remote Bahamian island is
seeking an experience Chef.
This twenty-two guest resort
combines the best of food,
service and comfort with the
pristine wildemess of South
Andros Island. The Chef
position offers a unique
opportunity for growth and
experience for someone
seeking a diverse set of
challenges.
A minimum of four years
experience in a fine-dining
operation with an interest in
Caribbean- fusion cuisine is
necessary. A strong
understanding of the guest
satisfaction process and a keen
awareness of service-oriented
culinary experiences is critical.
Inventory, cost control and
personnel management skills
are essential as well as the
ability to handle the challenges
of a remote location.
Compensation package
includes on sight housing,
health insurance a a salary
commensurate with experience.
Please forward a resume via
fax 305-768-7707, or e-
mail:info@tiamoresorts.com.
EXPERIENCED SALES LADY
needed. Telemarking
experience a plus. Must be
persuasive, mature, honest and
reliable. Phone 323-3345.

NEED: GARDENER /
HANDYMAN to care for
property on Village Road and
Seabeach Estates. $150 per
week. Call 394-1187 Ext 0, or
457-3749.


HELP WANTED

TECHNICAL ENGINEER
REQUIRED. Minimum 10 years
experience in Rotax Aircraft
Engines. Must be fluent in
Spanish and French. Submit
applications to fax 356-2409.

2 CHINESE STYLE COOKS
wanted. Must have experience,
send resume to: PO Box EE-
16108.
2 MEN needed to work at a tire
repair shop and car wash. Ask
for Mr Gaitor at 341-2748 or
544-0021.

A MAJOR
HONG KONG
BASED BANK invites
applications for the position of
Country Head in their Nassau
Office. Successful candidate
should have extensive
experience of dealing in the
international foreign exchange
and money market, deposit
services, trustee business,
financial accounting and be
able to demonstrate initiative,
accept responsibility and work
independently. Experience in
the management and
administration of an offshore
office are essential. Knowledge
in office software application is
required. Fluency in Cantonse
and a good understanding of
written Chinese is absolutely
essential. Please submit full
resume to: PO Box N3019,
Nassau, Bahamas.

RESEARCH ANALYST to
assist Portfolio Managers and
Senior Analysts in developing
financial models for specific
industry groups and individual
securities. Must be comfortable
with non equity markets.
Candidate must have
completed level two CFA or
MBA in finance, 3-5 years
international equity research
experience. Bahamians only
need apply. Please fax your
resume with current police
record to 362-5871.

HOUSEKEEPER to work week
days, Yamacraw shores.
Contact between 8am & 5pm.
Phone 364-5993.

EXPERIENCED BACKHOE
OPERATOR AND CRANE
OPERATOR. TEL 434-6341,
OR 362-1150.

SALES CLERK NEEDED
For leading retail company
must have sales expenence.
Please fax resumes to
394-8573.

GETTING MARRIED
If you and your fiance are not
afraid to shinell Be a part of the
most fun and exciting bridal TV
show to hit ZNS and cable
Bahamas, make overs, tips on
keeping your man. Cooking
tips, getting in shape for our big
day. and receive lots of prizes
For more information contact
Mrs Duncombe or Mrs Smith
393-2120;.


THE SECURITY CENTRE
Protecting People, Property,
Profits
Career Opportunity
GENERAL MANAGER
Applications are invited from
qualified and experienced
individuals to fill the role of the
company's General Manager.
We are looking for a dynamic,
progressive thinking and
organized professional to lead
the company's operations.
Reporting to the Board of:
Directors, the successful
applicant must be results-driven
and will take overall
responsibility for providing
leadership and direction for the
company.
Key responsibilities will include
translating the company's
strategic and tactical business
plans into operational realities.
Developing relationships with
customers, clients, government
organizations corporate entities
and regulatory agencies.
Candidate must display the
ability to identifying growth
opportunities within the security
industry while developing the
company's reputation with
clients and shareholders. The
successful candidate will be
required to achieve the
company's budgeted
performance as well as the
short, medium and long term
objectives of the Board of
Directors.
Required Qualifications and
Experience:
The candidate should be an
experienced manager of large
numbers of personnel with a
sound knowledge of physical
and technological security
applications and the security
and life safety industry in
general. Applicants must
possess:
A minimum of 5 years
previous security, law
enforcement, military or other
uniformed type organization
is required.
* Excellent leadership,
directional, negotiation, oral
and written communication
skills.
* Demonstrated ability to
problem solve and provide
solutions to a full range of
property and life safety
requirements.
SStrategic thinking initiatives
including the ability to
translate the Group's bigger
picture into operational detail
and accommodate the future
growth and success of the
* co ledge of risk
assessment, threat reduction,
executive protection, access
control, CCTV, intrusion and
fire detection systems would
be beneficial.
Applicant must be prepared to
travel. We offer an excellent
compensation package with
benefits and the opportunity to
join a leading security
enterprise.
Contact Information:
If you think you possess the
qualities outlined herein and
would like to be considered for
such dynamic, fat paced and-


I HELP WANTED

rapidly evolving industry
position, please provide your
profile, curriculum vitae,
professional and personal
background and achievements
to:
info@securitybahamas.com
or PO Box CB-12043
The closing date for
applications is April 15th, 2006
APPLICATIONS WILL BE
TREATED WITH THE
STRICTEST OF
CONFIDENCE.

WANTED IMMEDIATELY!!
2 Manicurist
2 Medical Assistants
2 Painters
Servers, Sandwich Makers
Inventory Control
Sales Associate
Driver
Tile Layer
Cashier
Assistant Managers
Part time Handyman
Store Supervisors
Apply in person with relevant
documents or Call us at Tel
356-8806, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm,
Rubin Bldg, 2nd Floor George
Street (1st corner across the
Straw Market) Nassau,
Bahamas
URGENTLY NEEDED.
CASHIER
FOR FIRETRAIL
CONVENIENCE STORE.
PHONE 341-3419. BRING
RESUME AND PASSPORT
PHOTO.
WANTED: Four Telemarketing
Representatives for an
established business. Applicants
should have excellent
telephone skills and current
resume. Tel 394-4960. Ask for
Mrs Cox or Ms Saunders.
A NEW LUMBER COMPANY
IS LOOKING FOR SALES
PERSONS AND AN
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT FAX RESUME TO
326-5461.
BAHAMAS CONSTRUCTION
& DEVELOPMENT, LTD seeks
to employ a Finish Dozer
Operator for Family island
Developments. Only
experienced Bahamians need
apply.For further Info call 242-
348-2300.


BUILDING YOUR HOME
OR
RENOVATION I REPAIRING.
CALL MR FORBES,
393-5121, OR 394-3959.


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322-1986


BUSINESS
SERVICES

BE ESGet RID of
Stinging Bees.
Call for price. 393-3939
FACTORY DIRECT DVDs
Starting at $4
Now available to the public
factory direct DVDs over
10,000 titles to choose from.
We also supply DVD blanks
starting at $40.00, and ship to
the Family Island. Serious
inquiries only. Tel 544-4273.
HAIR BRAIDING

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an, EBra..,r.g Ii10' ii. &
Weaving
Hair Shingling $50-$80
Two Strand Twisting $50-$80
393-8201/456-1593.

SEASONAL BATHROOM
DESIGNS
3-pc Bathroom Rug Set
Shower Curtain
Window Curtain or Valance
Towel Set
Trash Bin set
Floral Design
ALL for $200.00
Contact Mrs Hartnell,
Tel:502-2350
Cell:436-3914

WILL SHOP FOR YOUR
ROOFING SUPPLIES IN THE
USA. 30 YEARS
EXPERIENCE. CALL 393-
1138 OR 1-954-588-2454.

POSITION
WANTED
DO YOU NEED SOMEONE to
come in 2-3 days per week to
clean your home? Then you
should call this number NOW!!!
Call 394-8605 or 426-3958.
FEMALE WANTED to share 2
bedroom apt in quiet area. No
kids, $325/pm, 1st, last, sec
dep required. Water included.
$850 to move in. Call after 341-
8636, 6pm.
HONEST, MATURE LADY
seeks days work, night job or
anything available. Please call
Kerry, 454-9517.
I AM IN NEED OF A JOB
URGENTLY as a Sales Clerk,
Pump Attendant, Price tagging
or any other job. Tel 535-0769.
LADY LOOKING FOR A JOB
TO WORK IN LYFORD CAY,
PARADISE ISLAND OR IN
THE CABLE BEACH AREA.
CALL 392-1530, 426-1950.


POSITION
WANTED
Mature, Christian, Live in
Housekeeper needed to cake
care of family of four. Must be
honest, love children and
hardworking. Please call 394-
5145 between the hours of 9 to
5.
IN DISTRESS SOMETIMES?
FACIALS MASSAGE,
HEAD & NECK MASSAGE/
SHOULDERS/BACK
ARM/LEGS/HIPS/THIGH/
FEET
CHILDREN TO ADULTS
CALL BY APPOINTMENT
ONLY. CELL 565-1510
LADY SEEK JOB AS
CAREGIVER AT NIGHTS OR
DAYS WORK. CALL 326-1918.
LADY SEEK JOB AS LIVE
MAID, DAYS, NIGHTS OR
WEEKLY. PHONE 544-6149.
LADY SEEKING JOB AS A
MAID. TEL 242-325-4464.
LADY seeks days work on
Monday, Wednesdays, and
Friday from 10:30am until
5:30pm. I am also available to
do office cleaning on those
days. Can provide a clean
police record along with
resume. I can be well
recommended. Call 394-8605,
426-3958.
LADY SEEKS JOB AS
BABYSITTER CARE FOR
ELDERLY. CALL 455-3965.
MATURE AND HONEST
MALE SEEKS JOB AS
CARPENTER, OR MASON
ANY JOB INVOLVING
CONSTRUCTION WORK. CAN
BE WELL RECOMMENDED.
CALL 426-3219 ASK FOR
PATRICK.
MATURE CHRISTIAN female
roome-mate to share 2-bed, 1-
bath apt, utilities incl, A/C in
bedroom & washer. Call 455-
3976.
NURSE AIDE looking for
someone to clean up the
elderly, part time by the, hour.
or at night, by hour.
Call 394-3325, Cell 565-9145
after 10am, or after 6pm.
SERIOUS & MATURE
CASHIER needed for samll
take-out nice area. $6/hr all
shifts. 325-8070.
YOUNG LADY seek days or
weekly work, will also do
babysitting. Please contact
Patresia at 565-6718 or 426-
3604.
YOUNG LADY SEEKS
OFFICE EMPLOYMENT,
COMPUTER LITERATE AND
WILLING TO LEARN.
CONTACT 364-7223, 395-
0756, MS MILLER.
YOUNG LADY with great
potential. 7 BGCSE passes,
computer literate with
knowledge of software
including Quickbooks can
design business cards, flyer,
programmes, etc. seeks a
position in available areas. Call
322-3396 ask for Angie or Tia.


BUSINESS
FOR SALE













HOMELESS LADY SEEKING
o live in a Iou e ,ahn a
Chrsi.an lad or lamli,.
Cell 535 0769
MATURE FEMALE to SHARE
A NEWLY PAINTED,
SPACIOUS, 2 BED, 1 BATH
APT, WATER, LIGHT, PHONE
INCLUDED, A/C IN
BEDROOM, WASHER. CALL
455-3976.
UNFURNISHED ROOM
Single female onlv
$37i.'mih. firsi & ilEl mor.ir.s
$250 Lecurr., dep- ii
All ul.l.leS,.Soll er Rd.
Tel 394-1513(H),
328-4615(W).
WANTS TO SHARE 2-bed, 1
1/2 bath Townhouses Out
West. Furnished & utilities
included. Asking $600/pm or
$150 per week. Serious
inquiries only! Sorry No
pets/kids. Call 326-0330 after
5pm.,

TUITION


COMPUTER COURSES
For Primary, Junior, High
School, College and adult
Students, Study guides and test
perviews and practice to assist
TEACHERS/SCHOOLS.
Mathematics,Science,Reading
and Language for Primary
Students. Webmaster.
Randolph Bowlin
356-4457 (Home)
geocities.com/randolphbowlin

NEED A PERSONAL TUTOR
TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR
CHILD'S READING CLASS!
CALL 557-0001
(pin:242-556-3613)
THE SPANISH CENTRE,
Spanish Fluency Course
For all ages
(including infants to adults).
Call 394-3481.


TUITION

SPANISH CLASSES
Ages 4 112 10 17
Good reulis gjar anleed
DANCE CLASSES
Salsa, Merengue and Bachatalk
(All ages)
Best dancers will perform. 326-
6293(HM), 456-8237..

TUTOR ON WHEELS
SUBJECTS Reading. Business-
English. Creai,.e Writing,
V.":Oabuir., Comprenension.
Grammar, Basic Mains,
327-3593/359-1030


PATIO SALE

PATIO SALE
WARWICK ST, SHIRLEA,
MARCH 18TH, 7AM UNTIL.
FURNITURE, CLOTHES,
OTHER ITEMS.

ARTICLES
FOR SALE

2-MICHIGAN PROPELLERS.
stainless steel for Mercruiser
outdrive, L&R-hand 159x17D,
$300. Phone 556-5556.
FOR SALE
Large Front Room Set
consisting of 2 lazyboy
recliners, corner unit and sofa
that converts to a bed.
Originally cost $3200 will sell
for $500.
Single Bed $100, Desk $50 and
Patlo Set 5200.
Phone 39; 7002
COCONUT TREE $25
All kind; all sizes healthy
PH/FAX 324-6007
MUST SELL,
NEW WHIRLPOOL DRYER
$250
USED MANUAL EXERCISE
BIKE$75
USED BAR/45 STOOLS $200
CALL 557-2392, OR 454-6636.

NEW BABY travel system with
car seat, carrier & stroller, $190
New Car Speakes, 6"x9", 360
watts, $120
Phone 323-3345.
TENTS FOR RENT
For cookouts, meetings etc.
12'x12' $50 per day.
Phone: 426-4967
FOR SALE
Computer Systems $399
Phone 393-0715, 535-5702.
FOR SALE
Kawasaki 4 Wheeler (boys
under 65 Ibs) Only used for 6
months. Excellent condition.
Battery included. Call anytime
after 6:00pm @ 328-1588
$175.00. Serious inquiry only
KODAK DIGITAL CAMERA
4mp 12x ZOOM +
Software new $250.
Kodak Digital Camera 5mp
.15X zoom + Software new
$275
Phone 535-5338.


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ARTICLES
FOR SALE
A-1 PAYLESS
TODAY TO SUNDAY
Fam. Fridge $299 $400
New Treadmill 1/2 price $500
'Stove and Fridge Fam. size
$500
Whirlpool 30in elec Stove iew-
$399:
Whirlpool Washer $250
-Stack Washer Dryer $500
Clothes. Dryers .$250 ....
Computer complete .with.Printer
$250
Monrior $60
18cu h upright Freezer $350 ,
Elec Scooter or wheel chair.
$499
Wheel chair/crotch; /walker
$275
TV cable 10-19-25-32 $100-
425 : .
Waier Cooler 5 gal $125
Qpeel Sofa Bed $250 *.:
Mattress set,
Kihg/Queen/Single $150,--
.Sinale bediold-up $150 ,
Filing'Cabinel 2.draas $50
Exerc,,e Bke $99
6-p.: Gim Eercse Equip $499
Tel 362-6040
BABY CHICKS S6 EACH
For naiira3l eggs 'norn ienimcal'
meat
PH FAX 32-1 600.7
BRAND NEW MOTOROLA
RAZOR V31 Delu.e package
it's the newest version of the
Razor price, $450. Phone 393-
1810 ask for David.
BRAND NEW PANSAT 2700
satellite receivers
$350 with, switch 18", 24" 30"
Satellite Dishes Available..
Phone 324-5467, 636-3916.
FOR SALE
2 LAMPS $75
2 BEDSPREAD (KING) $60
1 CHANDELIER $100
1 GOLD TABLE WITH GOLD
MIRROR $475 LIKE NEW.
PHONE 341-6589.
FOR SALE
2) HP 12C Platinum Financial
Calculator; Brand new. Paid
$100.00. Will sell for $50.00.
3)' Wicker Dresser with with six
drawers plus storage side with
Mirror. $125.00.
Telephone 327-1826.

FOR SALE
Apt size Fridge $450 ono.
Cherry Oak Bookcase $150.
Tel 455-3976.

NOTICES

INVEST $3 MILLION
RECEIVE $4.5 MILLION
within 8 months.,
Ready caller only.
Phone 424-3428 or 565-9524
Offer good for 2 weeks only.


WIL TE IMEIAT

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INVESTMENT






























REAL ESTATE
INVESTOR'S DREAM
SPACIOUS 20 UNIT
APARTMENT COMPLEX
WITH A BUILDER'S
INVESTMENT LICENCE
EXCELLENT SOURCE OF
INCOME.
OFFERED AT $1.2 MILLION.
PHONE (242)352-9727, 242-
352-6572 OR 441-5621 LEVI
GIBSON & ASSOCIATES

HELP WANTED
BRADFORD GRAND
BAHAMA is seeking
skilled professional Marine
Mechanics with experience in
machining, shaft and running
gear repairs, plumbing and
pipe fitting. Please fax resume
to 242-352-7695 or email:
dan @ bradford-grand-bahama.
com.
ENGINE TECHNICIAN Needed
for repairs to large yachts.
commercial and recreational
vessels. Experience with
troubleshooting and overhauls
required, Caterpillar and
Cummins proficiency preferred.
Fax your resume to: 242-352-
7695.
Email:
dan@bradford-grand-
bahama.com
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
needed age 50-55 to care for 3
small children. PO Box F-
41503, Freeport, Bahamas.


Direct TV, Pansat Sales
Installation and Programming.
18", 24" and 30".
Satellite dishes. available.
Phone 324-5467, 636-3916.


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S Professional Design & Event Consultations

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DOWNTOWN
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Slaring M.larrn 2 2006 al 7pm
Fee $60 Malerial included
Sponsored by Bahamas Melaphysical Society Inc.
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242-525-1618
WAREHOUSE & RETAIL EQUIPMENT


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m a c PROVIDER IN THE BAHAMAS
consultants
SUPPORT
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Tel: 393-3127 S LES
Fax: 341-6928






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Driven for Dependability
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Visit our site:
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.E PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES FOR
N Special Projects
E Reports
Tel 364-8551 U Proof-reading
Cell 427-0055 N Administrative
studiosflamlngo@yahoo.com Services



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

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


THE SUMMIT RETREAT

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

THEOLOGY &

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

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US & Canada
$75 per month How doesIr ork"'
JusI Dial 1.800-389 02395 cnier your Pin
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Jusi Dial 1-800-389-0239& enter your Pin


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Required
No Credit
Card
No Call Back, etc
' tNo Gadgets to
hook up


Door to Door Mail Service
is Here!!!
Can't get to the Post Office?
Flamingo Express installs a mailbox
on your premises and deliver your
mail to your home for only $25.00
per month plus start up FEE!!
Call
FL:-J.IiI GCO EX'PPESS
322-2347


( CRICKET CLUB
Re1iaura',i & Pu "Oper, OP al, *a L'- B S6 'lel i Eingii i Pre.Tii- Succer.
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SER'. itG Sneparda p i C'rciked Concn binges ,i I.lar.7 .':n,cKr
Pol Pie Grc.uper Finger .Fr.e3 C rC!.. -,*S & S Kllne, Pe
S ~~al.3 PFlaner SOulp SardlMhne- Salads Ur l Ber iella -
F.:ierl e,':kS. an Full Bar A.rcOrnirclned Ear Ouidol.r P.aio,
LOC31.:.r. H3yre; U~.I V'Vet Ba, S O FC A;rana Ca,
Tel 326-4720


LaCache Boutique
........Stepping into Fashion
Vintage Skirts Denim Jeans
Sexy Tops Shoes
Sizes 0 3X
TEL: 242-361-2637 CHARMAINE LEVARITY
FAITH AVE IN THE DIAMOND PLAZA

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15 Gallon $15.00 S Gallon $ 5.00:
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PAYLOADER, BACKHOE, CRANE &
TRACTOR SERVICES
Specializing in:- SoU, Sand, Fill, Cracker Dust.
24 I Rock, Land Clearing. Ceipite/Foundation Trenching
Concrete Pour ng, Tractor Rental
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$200, depending upon lawn size.
FREE ESTIMATES.
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New Year New You! PF60
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Treats: Aging Skin. Sun Damaged Skin, Drn Skin. Oil. Skin.
Fine Lines, Wrinkles. Brown Spos. Acne. Acne Scarring.
Blemishes, skin discolorations Surgical Scars & Keloids

Telephone 322-3831
Ask for Dr Chinyere Carey-Bullard IMD
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Windshields Door glass Back gla s *Quarter glass
WINDSHIELDS STATE AT lb J
Lowesi Prices Guaranteed

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Each montn devoted "Real Women" are featured.
Listen as sne tells her story
www.thewomanatthewellspeaks.og/wellforum/
Is sicKness a generational curse'
Are the sins ot the parents being visned on the children?
Why do we have so many men in pnson'
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The Ultimate in Vacation Accommoatons Worlaowae
Condo Rentals WVorldwide Vacation Packages
Discounted Airfares Vacation Membersnip Consulting
Joyce C Bent Shon Term Rentals Croups Family Vacations
Vacation Industry Timeshare Sales Cruises Honeymoon
Specialist Family Island Trps (Regartas etc
Tel: 242-351-4294 Fax: 242-352-3752
PO Box F-44296, Freeport, GBI
Emai exocvac o n atelet.os
www.exoticvacatios2.com

YOU ORDER IT .... WE WILL PICK IT


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654 (COLOR)
C er 4pphles r n S (e 5i s .51) sl~1 sherel opies
cerlnai reaslicHtons apliI & prkres sublrir rlo h.fgr
Color Prints Available
Letter, LegA, 4 A Tabloid


Polly's Swimwear

50% OFF All Ladies swirhwear
20% OFF Children swimwear and accessories
Also available:
Beach towels, unbrellas, mats, floats, etc.
Old Town Mall, Sandyport #1 Buckners Square.
Telephone 327-2080


COMPUTER EXPRESS
Lei our Expert Technicians pro-ide you with Professional Senice.
SALES SERVICES REPAIR
HARDWARE & SOFTWARE FOR SATELLITES & COMPUTERS
TEL: (242) 364-0784
EMAIL:computerexpress@coralwave.com


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Ductiess Air Condlitioning
SHeat Pump S~slem%
Remole &tufnjleld A fi* FffiieWd
Mr. Slim 1 Split-Ditc iess Sistems
CIT1 MULTI VRFZ Systems
CENTRAL AIR UNITS


A Classic Beauty Salon
SPECIAL FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY
23 Pieces5 45 MaKe up Application $25
Twiil Exensi n 70 Peo.cure $22
Yarn Emkens,:n $9i0l Manicurr $10
S2 Sirand TIst'.Natural Hair $.5 Tammy Tavior 35
Wrole HEadi Weav.nr $t, AiGirusr,,n l adir., ava,labl -.
iWhole Head) Bonding $35
Call for Appointments Walk in Welcome
Barber on Duty Nail Booth For Rent S80.00 per week
Telephone 325-1082


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....N R C dicri.naling Adults!

Camino Traning at its etil Casino Fanrtal Thaned
Craps $699 Event Sernce
Blackjad $599. whal ca we Jo for ,,:u,
Elrihdam ?rs)M-r -i.1
Roulette 5499. i rlhiDnParr. Aar
GrijUao n Parr',' .,-.ar l
Texa Hold'em Poker S399- Empl'mehnslma- Farr, PC.:*r
Baccarat S299 Tu ,-r n'.n:Ir
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Island and the h3rbour $1950.000 #3234 Exi:Lc'.-'.Fl,
LiSED. Virginna Damianos, 242 322 2305


LOTS 6c ACREAGE

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I N , i .-en ,a Ic.- $1: 00') Trrp lx lot $1 70.00
S NI) Pr ior L :.r in la;- prnie fri-m $240000
LOvE LT %i E, I ,.: r.1 I;.t .I 39 q it. 1814.0C.")
L' oI r. C( ; :r,,-_.; l. : hlr ':.yr ISI0 x 150' $6251,00iY
OCEAN CLLUB [ET[ TEi 'E :.l'r.ur'e lot $1. 0I O.(,O
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TRE ,Sli RE COVE Furnished -it 2t, horr, .it. P : Il -I .'.'
PARADISE IS. rletgufT o..r.houise 4 ted 35 bilth $,0,0Ci
SE.APOINTE 3b 3b toJranhc.use. pr'Irate :mmunit.. 65i000
SANDYPORT Brand ran tow -h.'use ? bed .i5 bath $5 500
TUSC, LUM Beaitiful fum 3b ]ob ..pnrate epol ea.w.e. $5 50 C
SANDYPORT Execultv cairaffront 3 3b 35 dockslip '$7000
SANDD PORT Execua.ve can itfront -I 4 5b. docrvlip $I10.000


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