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Constitutional Commission Students on the march over COB candidate row

suggests move as part t -
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people's government


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
'Chief Reporter
THE Bahamas cannot be a tru-
ly sovereign country unless it
abolishes the "fiction" of the Eng-
lish monarch as the head of state.
This was the finding of the
much anticipated Bahamas Con-
stitutional Commission prelimi-
nary report, which also suggested
that the office of the governor
general should be abolished and
the Bahamas should become a
democratic parliamentary repub-
lic.
"The abolition of the English
monarch as head of state of the
Bahamas is part of the evolution-
ary process toward a truly peo-
ple's government, not one of the
Queen's dominions but part of
the Commonwealth.
"The commission would wish
the Bahamian people to focus on
whether the position of a foreign
monarch and one that is shared
with many other countries is rec-
oncilable with the founding pro-
visions which state that the
Bahamas shall be a sovereign
democratic state.
"We cannot on the one hand
assert ourselves as a sovereign
country and a free and indepen-
dent actor in international affairs
while relying on the legal fiction
of Her Majesty in Parliament and
Her Majesty's Government in the
speech from the throne to give
legitimacy to our government,"
the report said.
The report released yesterday,
which also included provisional
recommendations, also said,
among other things, that the Con-
stitution should provide that for-


eign spouses of Bahamian citi-
zens be treated on equal footing
with their Bahamian counter-
parts, the Preamble of the Con-
stitution be retained in its current
form and that no amendments be
made to its content concerning
Christian values and that the
inclusion of sexual orientation
should not be given special Con-
stitutional protection.
A constitutional commission
was appointed for the first time in
the Bahamas in 2002 under the
FNM administration.
It was also the first time that it
was held without the British gov-
ernment.
Previous constitutional confer-
ences have been held in London,
under the chairmanship of a
British official.
The FNM government in Jan-
uary 2002 passed the Constitu-
tional Referendum Act, setting
the stage for voter's to amend the
country's constitution for the first
time.
The referendum asked
Bahamians to vote on constitu-
tional changes, including the cre-
ation of an independent elections
commission and the removal of
instances of gender discrimina-
tion from the constitution.
It was proposed that gender
discriminating language be
removed from the constitution
and that children born to Bahami-
an mothers and foreign fathers
will have Bahamian citizenship.
The referendum was defeated
and was seen at the time as a fore-
shadowing to the defeat of the
SEE page six


* MINISTER of Educa-
tion Alfred Sears address-
ing student protesters in
Parliament Square yester-
day
(Photo by Franklyn
G Ferguson)
* By KEESHA BETHELi
THE row over naming the
third COB candidate for pres-
ident spilled into the streets of
Nassau yesterday as a student
union walk-out became a
march from the college
grounds to Rawson Square
and eventually the private
offices of college chairman,
Franklyn Wilson.
The initial strike led to
chaos as members of The Col-
lege of the Bahamas Union of
Students (COBUS), along with
other students and lecturers,
gathered at 10am. in front of
the auditorium on Poinciana
Drive.
The protest came after stu-
dents disagreed with the way
in which new presidential can-
didate, Janyne Hodder, was
introduced to students and fac-
ulty.
Matthew Arnett, COBUS
vice-president, explained the
reason for the protest.
"We feel as if the council
has aborted the process on the
way that a president should be
selected.
SEE page 12


Govt withdraws Cuba 'satisfied
its latest proposal with handling of
for an industrial dentists issue'


agreement with BUT

* By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE continuing battle with the
Bahamas Union of Teachers has
led government to withdraw its
latest proposal for an industrial
agreement. Union leaders are
interpreting this as a victory for
their members.
Belinda Wilson, secretary gen-
eral of the BUT, said government
is expected to submit a new pro-
posal sometime between Friday
and Monday.
In an interview with The Tri-
bune yesterday, Mrs Wilson said
government negotiators have also
withdrawn a recently proposed
recognition agreement that the
union felt went against its 1965
agreement.
"The union has a recognition
agreement that we had from 1965
- the government, they sought to
change that by bringing two new
recognition agreements to us.
They have withdrawn both of
SEE page 12


* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
CUBA is satisfied with the
way the Bahamas handled the
issue of the two Cuban den-
tists, according to Bahamas
Ambassador to the US, Joshua
Sears.
Following a press conference
with US Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice at the Radis-
son Cable Beach Resort yes-
terday, Ambassador Sears
spoke to the media on the top-
ic of the two doctors who have
been at the centre of contro-
versy for the past several
months.
Dr David Gonzalez-Mejias
and Dr Marialys Darias-Mesa
were released from the
Carmichael Detention Centre
last week after being held in
Nassau for 11 months.
The two dentists first trav-
elled to Jamaica, and then on
to Fort Lauderdale where they
were reunited with their friends
and family.
Ambassador Sears said he is
SEE page 12


Dr Rice: not US
concern ifthe
Bahamas deepens
ties to communist
countries
* By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
US SECRETARY of State
Dr Condoleezza Rice said that
it is of no concern to the Unit-
ed States if the Bahamas deep-
ens its ties with communist
countries, both in and out of
the Caribbean region.
During a press briefing at the
Radisson Cable Beach resort,
Secretary Rice took a brief
moment after meeting with for-
eign ministers of CARICOM
to answer two questions from
the Caribbean and Bahamian
press.
When asked if the US was
concerned about the Bahamas'
growing relations with Cuba,
China, and possibly Venezuela
through its PetroCaribe oil ini-
tiative, Secretary Rice stated
unequivocally that the
Bahamas, as a sovereign gov-
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Rice: meeting with CARICOM


ministers was 'very productive


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US'Secretary of State Dr
Codoledzza Rice called yester-
day's meeting with CARICOM
foreign ministers "very produc-
tive" and said she is looking for-
ward to similar discussions in
the future.
During the meeting, Dr Rice
and the ministers agreed to
strengthen co-operation with a
view to enhancing US/CARI-
COM relations.
"I would like to thank the
government of the Bahamas for
arranging this very fruitful
meeting," Dr Rice said. "It
demonstrates that we intended
not just to continue but indeed


broaden our relationship. We
can do a lot together. We share
conimon values, we share many
ties of kinship between the
Caribbean and the United
States."
Some of the issues discussed
included support for the new
democratically elected Haitian
government, security co-oper-
ation, disaster preparedness
planning and the integration of
CARICOM including the estab-
lishment of the Caribbean Sin-
gle Market Economy (CSME).
The ministers and the Secre-
tary of State agreed to support
regional efforts to enhance law


enforcement and security, and con-
firmed their intention to work togeth-
er in an effort to fight the illicit trade
of firearms through the Caribbean.
Dr Rice welcomed CARICOM's
decision to re-engage with Haiti and
to provide assistance for institutional
development in that country.
Both sides agreed on the impor-
tance of the international communi-
ty's role in supporting Haiti and the
need to promote that country's sta-
bility on a long-term basis.
The ministers and Dr Rice also
reviewed initiatives to promote
regional economic reform and inte-
gration, noting the significant progress
made in restructuring the economies
of the region through the creation of
the CSME.
They proposed a reconfigured US-
CARICOM Trade and Investment
Council as well as an early meeting


between CARICOM trade ministers
and a US trade representative.
It was also agreed that a confer-
ence on the Caribbean would be con-
vened at a mutually convenient time
in 2007.
Bahamas Minister of Foreign
Affairs Fred Mitchell agreed tuat the
meeting went very well.
"I am happy that the conference
was successful and that we came to an
understanding on all of the range of
topics that were brought up in dis-
cussions, and I think we have an
agreement now to move forward in a
structured way," Mr Mitchell said.
He added that at the meeting of
the Organisation of American States
(OAS) in June, which is scheduled to
be held in the Dominican Republic,
there will be an opportunity to review
some of the matters that were dis-
cussed at yesterday's meeting.


* US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice with
Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell


Spring breaker appears in court charged

with biting off another man's ear lobe


* JOHN Scott Bailey
(pictured in crutches, note
the bandage on his right
ear) along with his friend
at Bank Lane yesterday.
Bailey, who goes to Col-
orado School Mines in
Colorado, is accompanied
by good friend Larry
Budasoff. Bailey, a spring
breaker, was reportedly
involved in a fight with
another spring breaker on
March 19 during which he
had his ear lobe bitten off.


* ALEXANDER Buggy, a spring breaker visiting the Bahamas
from Connecticut, was taken to court yesterday. He was charged
with causing harm to John Scott Bailey on March 19.
It is alleged that Buggy was involved in a fight with another male
spring breaker, in which he reportedly bit the man's ear lobe off.
Buggy was arraigned before Chief magistrate Roger Gomez Sr
at Court 1 on Bank Lane yesterday.
It is alleged that while at the Senor Frogs Night club he did
intentionally and unlawfully cause harm to John Scott Bailey.
Buggy was represented by lawyer Michael Barnett of the law
firm Graham Thompson and Co. He pleaded not guilty to the
charge and was granted bail in the sum of $2,000 cash. He will
return to court on June 21 of this year. Pictured leading him to
court is Constable 2761 Morree.
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practices. Through an ongoing public


education programme, supported by
corporate entities, such as RBC and
community participation, the
Ministry of Health seeks to raise
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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 2006, PAGE 3


I LOCAL NEWS, I6I


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24-year-old

is critical

after traffic

accident

* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter

FREEPORT A 24-year-old
man is in critical condition at
Rand Memorial Hospital after
he sustained serious injuries in a
traffic accident on Wednesday.
Jeifne Wells was a passenger
in ai0 595iMitsubishi Galant,
regisration number 30556 that
was: being driven+by Felicia
Saunders, 21, of Albacore
Street, Caravel Beach.
According to police reports,
the accident occurred sometime
around 11.30pm on Tuesday on
Grand Bahama Highway.
Superintendent Basil Rah-
ming said Ms Saunders told
police that she was driving west
along the highway when for
some reason unknown to her,
the vehicle veered off the road,
into the bushes and crashed into
a tree.
A passing motorist spotted
the vehicle's tail lights in bushes
and alerted the police.
Both occupants sustained
bodily injuries and were trans-
ferred to hospital, where Saun-
ders was treated and dis-
charged.
Mr Wells, who sustained
injuries to the head and chest,
was admitted to the Intensive
Care Unit.
In the wake of the incident,
Supt Rahming reiterated the
police's warning to motorists to
drive with extreme caution.



Hurricane

victims are

reminded

of deadline

GRAND Bahama hurricane
victims are being reminded to
bring in duty free restoration
materials before the March 31
deadline.
The victims of Hurricane
Wilma, which struck the island
in October 2005 were given a
duty exemptionon certain items
to be used in rebuilding and
restoration work.
Canard Bethel, governmen-
t's head of relief efforts on
Grand Bahama, said it is unlike-
ly that there will be any further
extension to the exigency order.
On October 27,2005 the Min-
istry of Finance issued the Dec-
laration of Exigency Order
Number 12, to assist residents of
Bimini, the Berry Islands, Aba-
co and Grand Bahama affect-
ed by Hurricane Wilma.
The order allowed for the
duty-free importation of build-
ing materials, electrical fixtures
and materials, plumbing fixtures
and materials, household furni-
ture and appliances, clothing
and motor vehicles.
The initial order expired on
January 31, 2006, but after
appeals from hurricane victims,
a new order (number 13) was
signed in early February, which
extended the deadline to the
end of March.



Man faces

fraud


Call for resignation of Wilson at COB


THE government was urged
yesterday to launch a full-scale
inquiry into the crisis-torn Col-
lege of the Bahamas and
seek the resignation of its
council chairman, businessman
Franklyn Wilson.
The call came from senior
academic Felix Bethel, who
said it was time to declare
"enough is enough" and
rebuild the college from the
foundations up.
"Government and parlia-
ment must examine what is
going on in this institution," he
told The Tribune. "We have to
open it up to public scrutiny."
He also said COB should put
all ambitions of becoming a uni-
versity "on the backburner"
and concentrate on team-build-
ing for the foreseeable future.
"We have a diaspora of high-
ly-qualified Bahamians who
don't want to come home," he
said, "Something has told them
that this (COB) is not the place
to be at this time. There is a


tremendous amount of repair
work to be done."
Mr Bethel's comments came
as COB was again locked in
crisis, this time over the coun-
cil's attempt to promote Cana-
dian Janyne Hodder as a can-
didate for the presidency.
Yesterday, students went on
strike and staged a protest
march to parliament in a,bid to
block the move and insist on a
proper recruitment procedure.
The rumpus follows months
of rumbling discontent since the
resignation of self-confessed
plagiarist Dr Rodney Smith as
president last summer.
When Ms Hodder a vice-
principal at Canada's presti-
gious McGill University was
introduced as a presidential
candidate this week, faculty
walked out of the college audi-
torium in protest, creating
embarrassing scenes.
Mr Bethel, a controversial
figure on the COB campus
who was the only person to call


publicly for Dr Smith's resig-
nation last year, said yesterday
that the college could not con-
tinue in this way.
"Mr Wilson has been caught
out again. He just can't help
himself," he said. "It was very
embarrassed for Janyne. I
think Mr Wilson was pumping
her up a bit too much."
He said Mr Wilson, despite
his qualities, had brought a
business ethos to COB which
was inappropriate and needed
to resign.
The push for university sta-
tus, he said, was causing a lot
of problems. It needed to be
set aside while government
conducted a full inquiry into
COB, going all the way back to
the appointment of Dr Leon
Higgs as president in 1998.
Mr Bethel said the latest cri-
sis was "the last straw" and
"reveals the hollowness at the
core of COB."
Mr Bethel denied that the
Hodder fiasco had arisen


because of race. He said the tur-
moil was primarily about process
and not personality or colour.
"She should not have been
brought into the college to be
exposed to hurt and harm in a
social sense. I think we have
reached a point where enough is
enough," he said.
Calling on Mr Wilson to
resign, Mr Bethel said: "He
doesn't bring to COB the kind
of sensibility that is needed in
that post. This is not to detract
from any of the things he has
done since he has been chair-
man of the council.


"He has rubbed too many
people up the wrong way. I
think he is well-intentioned and
driven to achievement, but
along the way you are dealing
with human beings."
Mr Bethel said COB in its
present state "is not a well-oiled
machine on its way to universi-
ty status."
He said the drive for a new
president should either be
"closed down" to include the
two existing candidates Dr
Rhonda Chipman-Johnson and
Dr Pandora Johnson or thrown
open as wide as possible.


0 By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE full restoration of the
United States' relationship
with CARICOM was sought
by US Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice during her
visit to the Bahamas yester-
day.
According to senior US
officials, Dr Rice's atten-
dance at the meeting of
Caribbean foreign ministers
was aimed at alleviating fric-
tion between the US and the
Caribbean over what was
seen as in the Caribbean as
the ousting of former Haitian
President Jean-Bertrand
Aristide in 2004.
"This is part of her effort
to get this relationship back
where it should be. I think
we're just about there,"
Thomas Shannon, assistant
secretary of state for the
Western Hemisphere told
Associated Press. ,-.;,,
Speaking with the
Bahamian media after the
meeting, Ambassador to the
US Joshua Sears said that
following Aristide's depar-
ture from Haiti, there was a
strain in the relationship
between the Caribbean bloc
and the US.
"Over the past several
years, the situation Haiti was
a very difficult one. The out-
come of that process, includ-
ing other questions in the
international community -
including the question of Iraq
did cause a strain," he said.
He added, however, that
yesterday's meeting has
reignited the process of dia-
logue between the US and
the Caribbean.
"This meeting really does
signal a deepening engage-
ment on a number of very
vital issues to CARICOM,"
he said.
CARICOM's re-engage-
ment with Haiti was on the
top of the agenda during the
meeting of the region's 14
foreign ministers.


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* DR Condoleezza Rice. United States Secretaro ol Stale.
shown with Prime Minister Pern Christie outside Ihe Churchill
building
(Photo: Franklyn G Ferguson)


During discussions with the
bloc's representatives, Dr Rice
sought to encourage CART-
COM to restore its relations
with Haiti after that country's
successful democratic elections
last month.
While Haiti had no represen-
tative minister present at the
meeting, and the Haitian flag
was not displayed, it is under-
stood that Haiti will immedi-
ately officially rejoin CARI-
COM after president-elect
Ren6 Pr6val is inaugurated.
"The next step is to work
with Haiti on further reform of
some of its institutions so that


the new Haitian democratic
government can be stable," Dr
Rice told members of the media
at a press conference at the
Radisson Cable Beach Resort.
Dr Rice said that the US
together with the CARICOM
membci.s \ill \%antto design an
international support poakage
for HaIti in accordance \\ith the
wishes of the new government.
"We all have a tremendous
stake in the development of a
democratic Haiti that can be self-
supporting ultimately and can
reach out to its people and deliv-
er on the quite considerable
needs of its people," she said.


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EDITOR, The Tribune
AFTER having just read
your lead story in today's edi-
tion, I find myself bothered by
the audacity of Teleos Christ-
ian School and its principal, in
executing a totalitarian like
school policy toward extra-cur-
ricular student activities. The
article described how the school
disciplined students for attend-
ing a birthday party that "vio-
lated school rules", and conse-
quently expelled the student
whose party it was, for refusing
to be beaten like the other stu-
dents.
Let me state unequivocally
that I am not opposed to cor-
poral punishment, and found
myself the frequent recipient of
such discipline at the hands of
Father Harry Ward, Mrs Arlene
Nash Ferguson and Mrs Patricia
Collins, while a student at St
John's College. I was deserving
of their punishment in each and
every case. In fact their unam-
biguous intolerance for student
indiscipline along with my own
acute awareness that they had
the support of my parents,
helped mould an understand-
ing in me that there were con-
'sequences and repercussions for
running afoul of acceptable stu-
dent behaviour. I am very
thankful for the life lessons that
they taught me on my many vis-
its to their offices, and recog-
nise how important a role they
each played in my development
as a young man, able to function
within the parameters of the
wider society.
This of course is a very critical
role of any educational institu-
tion, in particular those that-
nurture the youth of a country.
In fact a lack of administrative
control and respect for author-
ity in many of our schools has
brought them under siege, and
hampered learning. As an
acknowledgment of the inabili-
ty of school administrators to
effect discipline, our public
schools have been forced to
introduce police officers to their
campuses. The preliminary
reports of attacks on these
police officers and teachers,
since this initiative commenced,
creates the worrisome prospect
of worsening social decay as
many students will graduate
without a fear of authority or
regard for the rule of law.
What does this have to do
with Teleos Christian School?
We must first consider these
questions:
1) Did these students deserve
to be disciplined for attending a
birthday party?


2) If so, what specific behav-
iour warranted reprimand?
3) Does attendance at a birth-
day party really threaten to
undermine the ability of school
administrators or teachers to
effect discipline and foster
learning? If the mother's claims
are true, and no alcohol or
drugs were served or being used
at the party, then does the
school have the right to punish
these students purely because.
they listened and danced to
songs that promote "immorali-
ty"'? I understand that Teleos
Christian School is a private
institution, managed with pri-
vate funds, and governed by its
own rules and regulations.
However, can this policy be sup-
ported if challenged in a court
of law?
The school and its principal
apparently decided that they
indeed have the right to disci-
pline students for what it deems
are infractions of its code gov-
erning student conduct; actions
that occurred duringnon-school
hours and off school property;
actions that are not in violations
of any written law in the demo-
cratic Commonwealth of The
Bahamas; and actions for which
they received parental permis-
sion.
The position of the school'iI
this regard is radical and with-


EDITOR, The Tribune
THE ongoing, unresolved
allegations over whether
there was some corruption in
our Visa Consular Office on
Frederick Street remains
unresolved and wrongly 'til
the official investigation and
the report is made public a
cloud hangs over the employ-
ees of the Consular office.
One would have thought
since before Christmas, 2005
'til now over three months
- certainly the CID will have
concluded their investigation
and would have been able to
conclude their report and
Government would have
made their results pubic.
Why the Minister of For-
eign Affairs also asked the
acting president of The Pub-


out legal footing, as they are
ignoring parental autonomy by
blatantly usurping parental
authority to allow their children
this legal right. Furthermore, if
this group, of students can be
reprimanded for listening to
such music, without also pun-
ishing every student of Teleos
Christian School who listens to
100 JAMZ, More 94 FM or
Power 104.5, renders this action
capricious, prejudicial and ulti-
mately unenforceable.
It is regrettable that many of
the songs most popular with
high school students promote
unhealthy lifestyles which glo-
rify materialism, drugs, alcohol,
violence and sex. This school's
rules won't ensure students
don't listen to such music. I con-
tend that if it is their intent to
create policies that will guard
against social decay, the more
constructive approach would be
to implement Life Science class-
es that facilitate student-teacher
dialogue, and the development
of critical reasoning skills that
would allow them to discern
between right and wrong, fan-
tasy from reality and positive
versus negative life choices.
This would be far more effec-
tive in nurturing productive cit-
izens, than beating them for lis-
tening to songs that they hear
every day on licensed radio sta-
tions, while going to and from
school.
ANDRE ROLLINS, DMD
Nassau
March 20 2006


lic Service Commission to
investigate these allegations
was and still is beyond me as
firstly Bishop Samuel Greene.
is 'acting' Presideiit of The
Public Service Commission
and surely this is a pure police
matter. By inference as'a
result of involvement of Bish-
op Greene his name comes
under fire and criticism and it
should be expeditious of the.
good Reverend to ensure an..
immediate public statement
and a report.
It is far too long this cloud
has hung over the employees
of the Consular section -
this is not good governance,
Editor.
J A KNOWLES
Nassau
March 2006


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o In brief

Investment

model is

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its kind,

says Peet

THE new, part-ownership
investment model being pro-
moted by the government is the
first of its kind ever attempted,
according to Minister of Finan-
cial Services and Investments
Vincent Peet.
The model, which aimsto
encourage the development of
the remaining undeveloped
islands in the Bahamas, gives
the government a 50 per cent
stake in resort or residential
investment projects.
"It is the first time any gov-
ernment has such innovation
and did,such a thing: not just to
give away the land, or sell it,
but to provide the land, the
Crown land, and to make sure
that we hold half of it inr the
interest of the Bahamian peo-
ple, so that as the development
grows we bfniefit from it in
many,,many ways," Mr Peet
said, while speaking this week in
Grand Bahama.
The model is being applied
for the first time in Mayaguana,
where a $1.8-billion residential
development project is planned
Under the terms of the
Mayaguana Protocol, the gov-
ernment will provide Crown
land as its 50 input into the pro-
ject, and will realise 50 per cent'
of the profits.
"The Treasury benefits, and
more important, the Bahamian
people benefit through the cre-
ation of jobs and businesses
which Bahamians will do.
"That is our prime minister's
vision when he promised in
2002 such a venture that will
create a Freeport-type environ-
ment. which -affects the. entire
Southern Bahamas, not nece:.
sarily just Mayaguana," Mr Peet
added.


Gray backs consumer bill


THE proposed Consumer
Protection Bill will protect
Bahamians from crooks and
others who try to "hoodwink"
them, said Minister of Local
Government and Consumer
Affairs Alfred Gray.
In his address to the House
of Assembly yesterday, Mr
Gray said that governments are
encouraged to develop and/or
maintain a strong consumer
protection policy in conjunc-
tion with relevant internation-
al agreements.
Mr Gray noted that at the
moment,,while spgie legisla-
tion and sparse non-govern-
ment organisation exists to
address consumer concerns,
"consumers are for the most
part left to traverse the maze of
legal impediments and enter-
prise indifference in their sin-
gular quest to find amicable
redress to their unheralded
multiplicity of complaints."
According to Mr Gray, the
government intends to estab-
lish a Consumer Commission,
the functions of which will


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(Photo: Mario Duncanson/Tribune staff)


include providing information,
educating consumers on their
rights and resolving disagree-
ments between consumers and
service providers.
Mr Gray said the commis-
sion should act as a "middle-
man" in the resolution of con-
sumer affairs, with the con-
sumer resorting to the court


system only as a last resort.
MP for Carmichael John
Carey joined the debate in sup-
port of Minister Gray's pro-
posal by stressing the impor-
tance of consumer education.
He said: "consumer educa-
tion is a fundamental issue that
is intended to disseminate
information and enhance the


FORMER COB students
last night came out strongly in
favour of Janyne Hodder being
appointed the college's new
president.
They issued a statement say-
ing they "fully supported" her
candidacy and backed the col-.
lege council's decision to bring
her to the Bahamas. ,
MrDon Saunders, president
of the Alumni Association,
told The Tribune that the
council made the right deci-
sion in inviting Ms Hodder to
meet various college stake-
holders.
"Our group met Ms Hodder
and I am advised they were
very impressed and they were
very pleased that we are still
able'to attract someone of hei
Calibree" he added.
The alumni body. VA hch
includess some of Nassau's
most prominent names, threw


its weight behind Ms Hodder W iile he re
as the controversy over the as ar importa
presidency threw COB into.a lege Mr Saun
new crisis. not appy w
Mr Saunders.said that, as .a, .prot st.
member of the council, he had :, here wer
also met Ms Hodder. He had which they co
examined her resume and cov- poidt across.
ering letter and was similarly their views, in
impressed, :! , olldge counc
"I was part of the meeting decision."
that came to the conclusion,- -. The ex-stu
that we should move and invite could not em
her to come in instead of of either UT
advertising the post,' lhe said, the faculty an
Having spent a lot of mone\. respectively.
and invested considerable
resources, in advertising the
post before, the council flt it
should seek eligible people W
itself to secure the presidency
of the college.
"We have to look at the big
picture and were sucpcefuIl in I E
finding someone of hericali-,;
bre," he said. .


respected students
nt part of the col-
iders said he % as
with yeste rJda's
e other means b\
uld have got their
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Member of Parliament for
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The proposed Bill, once law,
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FNM in the 2002 general elec-
tions.
This current commission's most
strident recommendation was that
the English Monarch should no
longer be the Head of State of
the Bahamas and the office of
Governor General be abolished.
The Head of state it said should
be a citizen of the Bahamas'duly
elected for a term of years by
both Houses of Parliament.
The Bahamas should be a
democratic parliamentary repub-
lic with the head of state being
the president.
Executive powers shall contin-
ue to be exercised by the Cabinet
with the Head of Government
being the prime minister.
The provision of the constitu-
tion which permits the Chief Jus-
tice and the President of the Sen-
ate to serve as acting Head of
State, said the commission, should
be removed to avoid a conflict of
interest.
Deputies should be appointed
from among eminent citizens to
fill any vacancies in that office, it
said.
One issue which caused some
of the most acrimonious debate at
that time was the issues of the
transmission of citizenship.
During the public consultation


Report
phase of preparing the report the
commission found that so far as
acquisition of citizenship by mar-
riage is concerned, the majority of
persons felt that acquisition
should not be automatic for either
non-Bahamian males or females
and that a waiting proof could be
appropriate for both.
The report said that there was
wide divergence between persons
regarding the time period for the
grant of citizenship ranging from
those who preferred five or 10
years to those who said never,
and others to it being automatic
on marriage.
In its provisional recommen-
dations the commission said that
different treatment accorded to
non Bahamian spouses of
Bahamian citizens or gender dis-
crimination should be deleted
from relevant provisions of the
Constitution. The Constitution,
it said, should provide that non
national spouses of Bahamian cit-
izens should be treated equally.
Such persons upon marriage
should have a right to reside and
work in the Bahamas and own
property jointly and upon appli-
cation the right to become a
Bahamian citizen five years after
marriage subject to such excep-


US Secretary of State

FROM page one
ernment, will make its own decisions on its international relations.
"Of course the government of the Bahamas is a sovereign
government that will make its own decisions on its interna-
tional relations," Secretary Rice started, "but I might just note
that we have an extensive relationship with China, in trade
and our relationships. We also have over our history very good
relations with Venezuela and we hope that might be possible
again.
"Everyone knows that we have a special set of circumstances
with Cuba add I would hope that one'day Cuba would be able
to take its rightful seat at OAS (Organization of American
States) as a democratic state," she said
Secretary Rice also pointed out that the US was present at the
foreign ministers CARICOM meeting because of the deep and
positive relations with CARICOM.
"It is not to be our concern what other relations there are. It
is our responsibility, our obligation and indeed our intention to
deepen and broaden the relationships of the United States
with the nations of CARICOM.
"We have a lot to work with. We are all democracies, and we
are strong democracies. That gives us a very firm basis for a
relationship," she said.
Secretary Rice also mentioned how the US and the CARI-
COM region share a number of common concerns, not only with
security matters, but also during times of natural disasters such
as hurricanes.
It is with this common agenda she said that it will be natural
for the US' and the CARICOM region to work on common
principles such as disaster preparedness.


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tions or qualifications as may be
prescribed in the interests of
national security or public poli-
cy.
Another hot topic covered in
the consultation was the issue of
the inclusion of sexual orienta-
tion being given special Consti-
tutional protection. It supported
the proposition that the institu-
tion of marriage should be
defined in the Constitution as a
union-between man and woman.
Also at issue was the question
of whether considerations should
be given to changing the pream-
ble to avoid any appearance of a
constitutional bias towards Chris-
tianity not withstanding the guar-
antees of freedom of religion in
the fundamental rights provisions
of the Constitution.
The section of the preamble in
question reads: "And Whereas
the people of this Family of
Islands recognizing that the
preservation of their freedom will
be guaranteed by a national com-
mitment to Self-discipline, Indus-
try, Loyalty, Unity and an abiding
respect for Christian values and
the Rule of Law."
However, the Commission rec-
ommended that the Preamble of
the Constitution be retained in


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The report said that this was
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outside of the discussions sur-
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In the report's forward the
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promised a further round of piub
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report will be submitted to gov-
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As the road to the possible
reformation of the Bahamas' cori,
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An impassioned plea has
been made to the public to take
responsibility for crime preven-
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of Keith Carey,.
A little over a year after a
friend and family employee was
shot and killed in a robbery,
Chamber of Commerce crime
prevention committee chairman
Bran McCartney "heard the
shock waves" of another per-
sonal tragedy from halfway
around the world.
'Keith was my cousin, my
friend, a respected businessman
who gave back to the commu-
nity," said McCartney, who was
in Thailand at an international
legal conference when he heard
about Mr Carey's death.
"How many more innocent
people will die or be maimed
before we recognize that only
we can stop the crime?" he
asked. "How many more good
mothers and fathers, sisters and
brothers will be lost or crip-
pled before we realise that it
is up to us to report suspicious
behaviour, to call Crimestop-
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with a police officer or officers


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at the station closest to us?"
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the final analysis, crime is not a
police problem, but a problem
for the public and citizens
must wake up and take respon-
sibility, "or be prepared to pay
the price of apathy".
He said that police, particu-
larly officers in the Central
Detective Unit, are to be con-
gratul.aed foi their recent work.


"While improvement is
always possible, those members
of the Royal Bahamas Police
Force who lay their lives on the
line every day deserve our
praise and appreciation," he
said.
Mr McCartney asked the
public to remember that police,
"no matter how good they are,
no matter how dedicated, no
matter how well-armed", can-
not fight crime alone.
"Crime rises from the trou-
bles of a community and must
be extinguished by the caring
of that community," he said.
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ber." McCartney told the pub-
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Reward money is waiting. You
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THE MAYAGUANA ISLAND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LTD
P. O.Ba 88583
INUMBs, Bahamas

March 13, 2006



The Mayaguana Island Development Company Ltd is pleased to publish for
general Information the full text of the remarks of the Right Honourable Perry G.
Christie, Prime Minister of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas, on the occasion
of the official signing on March 7, 2006, of the Heads of Agreement, the Joint
Venture Agreement and the Management Agreement relating to the Company's
Mayaguana development.




altron B. Bethel
Chairman

REMARKS BY THE
RT. HON. PERRY G. CHRISTIE, M.P.
PRIME MINISTER AND MINISTER OF FINANCE
ON THE OCCASION OF THE SIGNING CEREMONY OF
THE HEADS OF AGREEMENT
AND
JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT WITH
MAYAGUANA DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD
ON TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2006 AT 11A.M.
CABINET OFFICE


Today is a happy day for my Government and me.


The execution of the
Heads of Agreement,
Joint Venture Agreement,
Management Agreement
and related documents relative to this historic development for the island
of Mayaguana, !-
...marks the continuing fulfilment of several very important pledges made by my
Government in Our Plan.

Prior to coming to office over 3 years ago, we stated then that:
"A primary economic objective of the Progressive Liberal Party Government will be
to create a sound economy upon which a high quality of life for all can be attained
and maintained".

We further undertook "To implement a holistic development plan covering the
entire Bahamas".

In pursuit of that ambitious objective we stated that "the Family Islands are an
untapped resource, with limitless potential within the Bahamian economy".

We pledged to "unclog the lines of investment and develop neglected and for-
gotten settlements and island".. We pledged further to promote the establishment of
a hew free port area in a Family Island which is spearheaded by Bahamians in joint ven-
ture with non-Bahamians if necessary.
In this regard we undertook to take the pristine islands of the MICAL Constituency
including Mayaguana "to a new level of development".

We specifically undertook in Our Plan to "charge The Hotel Corporation of The
Bahamas with the development of new tourism enterprises in the Family Islahds".

Today we formalize in this signing ceremony a bold initiative in the fulfilment of these
important pledges.,

Already several millions of dollars have been spent in Mayaguana on preparatory
work as a manifestation of good faith on the part of the lead investor.

By the execution of agreements today, the Government of The Bahamas and the I-
Group of Boston, Massachusetts have entered into what is certain to be a long-term and
fruitful relationship, all centred around the creation of development zones on the island of
Mayaguana.

The development plan is expected to cause an investment of approximately $1.8 bil-
lion into the economy of Mayaguana over a fifteen-year period.

Included in this plan will be the creation,of four very distinctive development areas
on the island.

These areas will include mixed-use resort, residential, commercial, industrial, social
and educational developments, with the associated utilities; that is to say airport, mari-
nas and related infrastructure, nature parks and preserves.

Effectively, this development will see the transformation of not only the island on
which these activities are planned, but it will also have significant economic impact on
the surrounding islands of Inagua, Crooked Island, Acklins and Long Cay.

However, for me the most exciting component of today's proceedings and what it
signifies is that the Government of The. Bahamas is placing Bahamians in a position to
benefit in a way that they have never before benefited from a development of this nature.

Today, the Government has entered, into a 50/50 joint venture agreement with the I-
Group, which agreement will establish 'Mayaguana Island Developers Limited' (MID).

I wish to make it clear that this company will be owned as to 50% by the
Government through the Hotel Corporation of The Bahamas and 50% by the I-Group.

To be sure, the mutual objective of both joint venture partners in this arrangement
will be to bring their resources together, as set out in the Agreements, in a joint effort to
stimulate new and sustainable development and growth in Mayaguana.

The I-Group, a solidly-grounded family-owned enterprise in the North-eastern United
States, will contribute capital of some $14 million in the initial stage, development expert-
ise and its management capabilities to the venture.

For its part, the Government will contribute land, development concessions and theV
expertise inherent in the Hotel Corporation of The Bahamas and its planned successor,
The Tourism Development Corporation.

The Hotel Corporation of The Bahamas is to be the Government's representative
and pursue the interest of the Bahamian people in this development.

Both the joint venture development company and the Government will offer incen-
tives and opportunities for Mayaguana residents and Mayaguanians living elsewhere who
wish to return to their native island to participate meaningfully in the investment, com-
mercial and entrepreneurial opportunities ensuing from this major development.

THE ROY FAMILY
The Government is satisfied that the Roy Family, owners of the I-Group, are the right
group to undertake this visionary project, hand in hand with Bahamian people.

By way of introduction, the lead principal of the I-Group, Mr. Stephen Roy, is an indi-
vidual of considerable personal means and has been involved in numerous projects in


the industrial and energy sectors in the United States.

It has been the Government's pleasure to note that where challenges have arisen of
an environmental nature in respect of those projects, the Roys have been able to con-
vince not only the U.S. Government and its regulatory authorities that they use the best
environmental and safety practices, but the local communities in which those projects
have been located have been able to co-exist and greatly benefit from their presence.
The fact that Mr. Stephen Roy's sister, Mrs Ellen Roy Herzfelder was until recently
Secretary of State for the Environment in the State of Massachusetts, augurs well for the
kind of environmental safeguards which will be brought to the Mayaguana Development.

Their ventures have also reflected a keen ability to maximize efficiency and human
capital, qualities that we as their partners look forward to being adopted and demon-
strated in relation to the Mayaguana project.

The Roys are also owners of a successful resort property in Cohasset Harbour,
Massachusetts and an historic chateau in France. The company also owns and operates
nationwide veterinary hospitals, as well as an e-commerce, consulting and outsourcing
business.


STRUCTURE OF AGREEMENT
Together with the Government, the I-Group has pledged under the framework of
Heads of Agreement, to encourage and facilitate economic growth, to the extent that
both Bahamians and non-Bahamians would flock to invest and live in Mayaguana.

The Agreements have been so structured that the land to be granted by the
Government for the purposes of the development, some 9,999 acres in total, will be con-
veyed to the joint venture company, the ownership of which I have already highlighted,
that is, the company owned equally (50:50) by the Government and the I-Group.

Effectively, the Government has earmarked and dedicated this acreage to be devel-
oped in an equal partnership between Bahamians and non-Bahamians in a fashion that
will benefit all involved.

It should be noted that the Government has agreed to the release of this land to the
joint venture company in stages and not all at once. It will be released as clearly speci-
fied development milestones are achieved.

Furthermore, the Heads of Agreement establishes that if, for whatever reasons, the
developers are not able to meet the agreed milestones, appropriate portions of the tracts
of land will be re-conveyed to the Government, based on the level of development
achieved so far.


LAND USE PLAN
The people of Mayaguana will be pleased to know that a Regional Land Use plan
has been developed, which'highlights the four areas that will be the subjectof exciting
development activities for years to come.
The Regional Land Use plan also identifies those rreas of the Island that have been
recognized to be and will be designated as environmentally sensitive no-build zones as
well as thdse9dreas that have been earmarked for the creation of public spaces, including
,beach parks.' ;

Areas have also been set aside for the growth of existing communities and the cre-
ation of newi communities.

From the very outset, the I-Group engaged some of the world's most experienced
and noted land planners, environmental experts, airport and infrastructure specialists and
economic planners to develop this Regional Land Use plan.

With this plan, it is envisaged that a more fully evolved master plan will be devel-
oped for the entire island, which would guide and encourage even further activities on
Mayaguana. ..

The Government will be involved in the creation of that master plan. Thereafter, MID
will deal with the orderly and systematic development of that part of Mayaguana defined
as the "Development Area".


INITIAL PROJECT
Mayaguana Island Developers have planned to launch an Initial Project to be com-
pleted in a two-year period, which will include the following initiatives:

The rebuilding and upgrading of the current airport with a runway to a minimum
length of 7,000 ft., improved terminal facilities, and security features which meet
ICAO standards and capable of accommodating international commercial jet traffic.

The Government agrees that the airport rebuilding and upgrading is vital to the suc-
cessful execution of the overall development, as it will open up greater access between
Mayaguana and the rest of the world.

One can only imagine what the establishment of a safe, secure and easily accessi-
ble airport will mean for the Island, as well as for Inagua, Crooked Island and Acklins
Islands, Long Cay, the Ragged Islands and other inhabited areas in this region of the
country.

The airport is expected to bring great leaps forward in terms of tourism, trade, entre-
preneurial opportunities and health care.

The creation of a 25 unit upscale boutique resort at North Beach, including
luxury hotel accommodations, eco-sensitive resort amenities, 100-lot residential
community, utility services and roadways.

This component of the development will include such features as hiking trails, sauna
and spa, small clinic, golf putting green and driving range.

It is also proposed with the approval of the environmental authorities and the rele-
vant Government agencies, to revitalize a dormant eco-system in the Flamingo Pond
vicinity.

The layout and creation of a development project, located between the settle-
ments of Pirate's Well and Betsy Bay.

This development project will include in phase one, a ten-slip marina to accommo-
date large leisure vessels, additional luxury accommodations in a three-unit villa forming
part of the boutique resort, a 50-lot residential community, the installation of utility servic-
es and construction of roadways, as well as the re-establishment of a tidal connection to
Pirate's Well Creek.

The development of a 100-lot residential community at North Beach with all the
necessary utilities and roadways, as well as additional resort accommodations in a
three-unit luxury villa.
The design and creation of plans for the first golf course, an equestrian-themed
housing subdivision, polo fields and stable and exercise area.
The rehabilitation of the nature centre and picnic area located at North Beach.
The design and creation of layout plans for an Industrial Zone in the vicinity of
the newly-designed Mayaguana Airport.

This zone will be geared toward the stimulation of industrial ventures by Bahamians
and non-Bahamians, such as fish freezing, aircraft storage & maintenance and other ven-
tures.


The zone wilialso include a technical training school for heavy equipment operators
and other skilled workers, a heavy, equipment repair facility and materials processing
plant ,

The creation of a public beach park of not less than 20 acres, near the Curtis
Creek area, which will be in addition to traditional beach access rights enjoyed by
Bahamians on all beaches on the island.

I 'wanh'to emphasize my Government's commitment to protecting beach access. All
traditional rights of beach access will be preserved.


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In reviewing the Land Use and Master Plan over the next 60 days, the Government
has made provisions in the Heads of Agreement to set aside, additional acreage of beach
or other lands within the development area which might be required as a result of com-
munity expansion in the future and to provide for guaranteed rights of way to the beach.


In terms of additional touristic developments, the Developers have committed to
attracting a well-recognized hotel operator to develop and operate a 225-room
hotel resort on the island.

The Developers have also committed to attracting a cruise operator of similar inter-
national repute to establish Mayaguana as a port of call for cruise lines.

* Community projects This area deserves special attention, as it demonstrates the
commitment that this development will have to the successful integration of local
communities into the respective projects.

This integration of local communities will be achieved by ensuring that there are
improvements to the quality of life for Mayaguanians.

The initial project will include:
necessary improvements to the Mayaguana Health Clinic,
construction of a science laboratory at the Abraham's Bay School,'
construction of a lunch room and recreation facilities at the Pirate's Well School,
the construction of sporting and community recreational facilities,
the construction of roads to hard-to-reach areas on the island, and
the construction of an oversize reverse osmosis plant.

The water plant will enable the Mayaguana Island Developers Ltd to provide potable
water to local communities of Abrahams Bay, Betsy Bay and Pirates Well.


ADDITIONAL MAJOR PROJECT COMPONENTS
Beyond the initial two-year first phase project; the following further developments are
contemplated:
Two 200 room hotels
2,194 residential sites
Two golf courses
Equestrian/ranch facility
A wellness centre and educational institutions
Commercial centres
Village squares .
A marina city and an expanded marina:of. 200 slips,
Luxury villas
500 acre industrial park


ESTABLISHMENT OF PRESERVES
One of the key areas in which the Government sought the Developer's commitment,
was in the preservation and enhancement of pristine areas on the island, fqr the enjoy-:
ment of both residents and visitors alike.

For those living in Mayaguana, it is a well known fact that such areas asG urtis .:
Creek, Blackwood Point, Booby Cay, Long Bay and certain aspects of Pirate's Well are
sanctuaries for many species of flora and fauna.

In particular, there are bone-fishing grounds, pigeon breeding areas and habitats for
endangered iguanas and flamingos.

To achieve the vitally important objective of protecting our natural treasures, it has
been agreed to preserve nearly 5,000 acres of land, and to preserve any other acreage of
similar qualities and significance as so deemed by the relevant Government authorities.

These preserves will be restricted to research, education and recreational purposes
only and will be made accessible to the public through the placement of walking trails,...
and observation sites.


PARTNERSHIP AND CONSULTATION
The provisions of the Heads of Agreement indicate the level of co-operation and the
spirit of flexibility that have prevailed during the negotiations culminating in today's cere-
mony.

The Roy Family have demonstrated to the Government the enlightened approach
that they have taken in creating this development plan.

It is a plan which recognizes the wonderful opportunity at hand to partner with the
Bahamian people and the success that such a partnership would bring to the overall
development.

In negotiating these agreements, it was necessary to undertake the fullest consulta-
tion with all key stakeholders.

From an early stage, it was recognized that the scope and vision of this project might
have been an overwhelming prospect for some to immediately appreciate.

The sheer size and long-term schedule of the development was something that
needed to be understood by all, a task that the Government prioritized.

I am therefore happy to report that during the many months leading up to this point,
the Government has held and participated in numerous meetings, has consulted with
Mayaguanians residing in Mayaguana and in New Providence.

This approach has influenced ip a meaningful and tangible way, the outcome of the
Government's negotiations with the I-Group.

SI take this opportunity to thank all of those who were concerned enough about this
process to voice their positions and who had confidence in my Government's openness
to welcome their concerns.


CONTRIBUTIONS TO PUBLIC SERVICES,
PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING
One of the Government's challenges, which we have faced in other areas of the
country experiencing similar levels of robust investor interest and confidence, is to ensure
that the Government will be able to keep up with the pace. of development.

We will need to keep up in terms of the provision of physical and social infrastruc-
ture, human resources and the facilities to ensure adequate good governance at the lev-
els necessary to support development.

The Heads of Agreement recognizes the Government's challenge, and includes
mechanisms to address those areas.

Of particular importance, it has been agreed that Mayaguana Island Developers will
construct sufficient affordable residential housing within the development areas and will
make those homes available to Bahamians who have moved to Mayaguana as a result of
the development.

Similarly, in an effort to provide for upgraded educational, health, security and other


government services and public infrastructure facilities to support the increased popula-
tion, it has been agreed to establish the Mayaguana Community Fund.

The Developers will contribute financially to this Community Fund in graduated sums,
leading up to a minimum annual contribution of $500,000.

The Mayaguana Island Developers Ltd. has undertaken to be responsible for the
maintenance and upkeep of all private and public roads and bridges within the develop-
ment areas.,

The joint venture company may also be permitted to enter into arrangements with the
Government and public utility corporations to construct, operate and maintain utilities and
in particular electrical supply, gas supply, telecommunication and sewerage disposal sys-
tems both4within and outside the development area.


GOVERNMENTAL APPROVALS & ENVIRONMENTAL
SAFEGUARDS
As is customary, the construction activities to be undertaken by the Developer will be
subject to the specific approvals of the relevant Government agencies, to ensure that the
development projects are carried out in a manner most acceptable to the Government.

In that regard, the Developer has submitted an Environmental Impact Assessment to
the Ministry responsible for the Environment, as well as they have submitted all plans
developed to date, to the necessary approving authorities.

The MID has also committed to supply any supplementary studies and reports, as
the Government deems necessary.


PRIOR UNDERTAKINGS TO LEASE CROWN LAND
The land to be conveyed to MID will not include any parcels of Crown Lands previ-
ously offered by the Government for use by Bahamians.

Nor will the land to be conveyed to MID include any lands, if any, as may have previ-
ously been offered to other developers with respect to which the developers have applied
to the Government for the lease or purchase of such lands.

FINANCIAL TERMS
* At the time of closing, the I Group will pay to the Government US $2,000,000 and
the Government would within 60 days convey to the joint venture company
Mayaguana Island Developers Ltd the first tranche of 5,825 acres of Crown Land.
* The shareholders The Hotel Corporation and the I-Group would split the profits
from the development 50/50
* Provision is also made for the offering of a portion of HCB shares to the Bahamian
public.
* Additionally MID will pay to The Hotel Corporation 10% of thegross sales price for
the sale of all lots in the development area and 5% of the gross sales proceeds
received for the sale of-all commercial lots in the development area.
* Provision is also made for the Hotel Corporation to execute the Right of First Refusal
in the event the I- Group entertains an offer for the sale of its shares.
* I-Group will provide the entire capital to bring about the completion of the Initial
Project, or 1st Phase.
* I-Group will also spearhead the financing related to other project phases. Projects
will be financed to the greatest extent possible by third party financing, and
approved by HCB
* Each of the HCB and i-Group Bahamas are to be issued 1,000 shares in the capital
of MID and no further shares shall be issued without the approval of both
shareholders.
HCB shall not be required to contribute any additional capital to MID nor fund any
losses of MID.
* HCB agrees to assist in attracting a hotel operator and a cruise ship operator and to
assist the marketing efforts of MID.

TRANSFER OF SECOND & THIRD RANCH'S OF
CROWN LAND
* The transfer of the secondAnl-t6eni:4oT2,087 acres to MID will take place following
verification that substantial completion of the airport project has occurred, and that
Sthe airport is open and operational.
SThe third tranche of 2,08;iacret'ro MID will take place following the verification of
'the substantial corn ltion of the Initial.Project.- :;i .. ;:-.,,.

GOVERNMENT CONCESSIONS
i Recognizing the co. siderable benefits that will accrue from the development to The
Bahamas, the Government has agreed to grant to the Mayaguana Island Developers Ltd
and its licensees in respect of the development the concessions and exemptions for a
period of 20 years under:
The Bahamas rivestment- and incentivess Act;
The Family Isla-id E-oonomir Enterp'ise ZoneAct;
The Hotels Encouragement Act: and
The IndLJusrl31-r rcou -g 1 *n T'AC.' t* : ''-' .. .
...with' "est 'tc r o IuLatn, Louti -;'s, ariihp iT' real property taxC"p~ --'"'. "'"," .. .

The Heads of Agreement also indicates that at any time after the 18th anniversary
date, the Mayaguana island Developers Ltd may apply to the Government to review the
concessions with'a view to further extension.

The Government also has the right to reduce the concessions and exemptions grant-
ed to Mayaguana Island Developers Ltd in certain circumstances of non-completion of
the development obligations.

MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT
hne Mayaguana Management Company (MMC) will be responsible for the
day to day operation and management of the joint venture.

MMC is 100% owned by the I-Group which has guaranteed its performance objec-
tives under the Management Agreement.
MMC is to be paid a management fee equal to 10% of the gross sales price
received for the sales of all residential lots in the development area and 5%
of the gross sales of all commercial lots (HCB is also entitled to receive a
similar sum).
The Management Agreement will be reviewed by the parties every five years
to determine the appropriateness and efficiency in performance under the
agreement.


BOARDS OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS
The Board of Directors of the Mayaguana Island Developers Ltd shall consist
of not more than six directors with each shareholder appointing an equal
number of directors.

HCB has the right to nominate the Chairman with the I-Group having the right to
nominate the Vice-Chairman and the President.
The Board of Directors of the Mayaguana Management Company Ltd shall
consist of five directors, three of whom shall be appointed by the I-Group
and two by the Hotel Corporation of The Bahamas.

I wish to assure Mr. Stephen Roy of the I-Group of the appreciation of my
Government for the faith and confidence he has manifested in my Government and the
people of The Bahamas in this landmark investment project in one of the most remote
and less developed islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

I pledge our fullest cooperation in this partnership which he has formed with my
Government, and wish him every success.

i also express appreciation to the Attorney General and former Minister of Financial
Services and Investments the Hon Aiiyson Maynard Gibson for the valued attention she
has given to this project.

Ihknow that the new Minister of Financial. Services & Investments, the Hon. Vincent
Peet will provide the keen oversight required for its future successes.

We are also grateful for the untinng efforts over many months of the negotiating team
led by Dr. Baltron Bethel, Managing Director of The Hotel Corporation, in so successfully
concluding these comprehensive agreements.


The negotiating tean wa- ably assisted by a joint venture'specialist from the *
Canadian law firm Blake, Cassels &..Graydon LLP, the Office of the Attorney General, and
the law firms of McKinney Tuir n'i 'd nd Graham Thompson & Co., representing the
respective parties.

Long forgotten long neglected, long forsaken Mayaguana can now rise and take its
"place at the national iable;as a full partner.

With this Agreement, Mayaguana joins all the other islands of The Bahamas that are
helping to write a new history of economic progress and prosperity for our country.

It is a great day for Mayaguana! It is an historic day for the South-eastern Bahamast

It is indeed a proud and happy moment for all The Bahamas for we all share in the
great promise this wonderful new development holds in store for an island that finally,
after all these centuries, is coming into its own.


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Topic: Why women who love too much still get rejected.

Guest Speaker: Angela J. Ward M.S. Psychotherapist

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Violence is 'major





threat to tourism'


1 HE violence of modern
Bahaiian society is a signifi-
caint thieat to the country's
main industry according to
tourism director general Ver-
nicc Walkiiie.
Speaking at the 85th annual
convention of the Church of
God, Ms Walkine pointed out
the tourism industry is "fickle"
and can disappear in a moment
if not handled properly.
"We need to learn how to
resolve conflicts without resort-
ing to violence. We need to
understand that the crimes that
we commit against each other
create an atmosphere of unease
and disquiet for our visitors,
because it says that we are a
violent people," she said.
Ms Walkine said that if
Bahamians accept the premise
that tourism is a "people" indus-
try, they will see how important
it is to "get our people right".
"By that I mean that we need
to stop with the bad behavior,
loud obnoxious behavior in
public areas; the attitude of
indifference; the littering; the


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that someone else's belongings
are ours to take.
"That time when we didn't
treat the waters near our beach-
es like the wild, wild west with
jet skis and wave runners out
of control, injuring and killing
people."
Ms Walkine suggested
encouraging participation in
clean-up projects in communi-
ties and schools, as well as find-
ing ways to allow more young
people to learn and play music
and pursue other creative out-
lets such as arts and crafts.
"How about if we formed
travel clubs for our young peo-
ple so that we expose them to
other places that do service
right?" Ms Walkine asked -
adding that by this she did not
mean the usual "trip to Miami".
She also suggested that
Bahamiains be encouraged to
read; watch less television, and
support junior achievers so they
can grow into entrepreneurs..
The director general said the
traditional approach to revive
and sustain a destination has
been to go to the legislature and
ask for more money for adver-
tising.
"What we sometimes forget is
that advertising never fixed a
run-down airport, advertising
never fixed a surly welcome,
advertising never fixed a run-
down resort, and advertising nev-
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THE government announced that a shuffle of parlia-
mentary secretaries is to take place to accommodate recent
changes in three key ministries.
A communication released yesterday by the Cabinet .
Office said that Governor General Arthur Hanna, acting in :
accordance with the advice of Prime Minister Perry Christie,'
has made the following changes to the postings of parlia- ''' ''
mentary secretaries:
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to the Ministry of Immigration, Labour and Training .....
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been transferred from the Ministry of Health and Nation-
al Insurance to the Ministry of Energy and the Environ-
ment.
Mr Christie said this re-alignment of three of the four par-
liamentary secretaries is consistent with his government's
present and projected needs for the ministries affected.
"New initiatives in the Ministry of Tourism, in the now
expanded Ministry of Immigration, Labour and Training,
and in the newly created Ministry of Energy and the Envi-
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view, to put Mr Carey, Ms Marcelle and Mr Pinder in new
positions that would enable them to give maximum assis-
tance to their respective ministers in implementing these
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"We feel as if we don't have
support. The council doesn't want
to listen to us they are against
us.
"As a result, we are speaking
out against it. We want our voices
to be heard and this is the way it
has to be done," he said.
Quinton Lightbourne, COBUS
president, apologised for his state-
ment at a meeting last Thursday in
which he referred to the Union of
Tertiary Educators of the
Bahamas (UTEB) as "unprofes-
sional".
After "in depth investigations",
he said he found that students
agreed with UTEB in that both
parties wanted their voices to be
heard.
"Now we must make this right
to show that our message is clear,"
he said. "We have to make a stand
as youth leaders. We must act now
for the betterment of our College
of the Bahamas.
"Sir Lynden Oscar Pinding once
said that demonstrations are nec-


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essary for changes. We are expect-
ing that changes happen for the
betterment of the college and
indeed our nation," he said.
Keenan Johnson, a second-year
student, said he fully supported
the actions of COBUS.
"The students and the teachers
should have known about the third
presidential candidate, then she
would have had a warmer wel-
come. Do things in the right way
and then you will have a better
outcome," he said.
Shaundra Curtis, a COBUS
member and senator for the
school of technology, said she felt
it was unequal treatment on behalf
of both the board and Ms Hod-
der.
"It was unfair for her to be
brought into the running for pres-
idency without the knowledge of
the faculty and student body," she
said.
"If we had not been deceived,
we would have been more sup-
portive of the whole thing."
President of the Union of Ter-
tiary Education of the Bahamas,
Jennifer Isaacs-Dotson, said she
fully supported the students'
demonstration.
"I am proud that the three
major stakeholders the stu-
dents, the staff and the faculty -
have all combined together for
one common effort," she said.
"I see true togetherness. I am
proud that we are all able to stand
together for one common cause
which is that there must be a
process and procedure when
selecting a president.
"It must:be open for all to see so
that there can be no question
.about the selection." :
The students marched around
the college grounds before parad-
ing in their cars up Nassau Street,.
on to Meeting Street, down Blue
Hill Road and finally into Raw-
son SquareBayStree t.
At Rawsoi 'Square, studentss
waved banners bearing messages
like "We need answers" and "Tell
The Truth."
Ministr of'Education Alfred
Sears repo'ndcd t.:, the students
in Rawson Square, saying that
after r6edig't1 newspaper that
morning; he spoke to the COBUS
president out of concern.
He further explained that, after
heir i.,lk.h8hasked the permanent
secretary. to call the chairman of
COB, Franklyn Wilson, so that he
could have an idea of how the sit-
uation hql d i c iLnl irjj l .... .
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[k ,; i II," be said.
In response to Mr Sears'
remarks, the students suggested
there be a change in the college


council.
"The same n a% they had a shuf-
fle in the cabinet, they need to
have a shuffle in the council,"
shouted a student.
Students told the minister that
they are willing to co-operate and
reminded him that they are the
leaders of tomorrow.
They thanked the minister for
listening to them and assured him
they will await the outcome.
From Rawson Square, the stu-
dents paraded to Arawak Homes,
the private business premises of
college chairman Franklyn Wil-
son, where they stood in front of
the establishment shouting for Mr
Wilson to come outside.
. However, Mr Wilson was not
in the building.
"This day has been a complete
success," said Mr Lightbourne.
"Our goal was achieved, as we
showed that students have a voice
and, if we are not taken seriously,
we will express ourselves and
make sure that our voices are
heard.
"Even though he isn't here. we,
know that our presence was felt,"
said the COBUS president."
Mr Lightbourne said the next
step is to send a letter to Mr Wil-


son addressing studentconcerns
and telling him how students feel'
the procedures should be in cases
similar to the election of the pres-
ident.
Mr Wilson was not available for
comment up to press time.

Cuba
FROM page one

certain that Cuba was happy with
this solution.
"I'm sure they were,'absolute-
ly," he said.
However, Ambassador Sears
did not wish to further comment
on the nature or length of theb
consultation process between the'
Bahamas and Cuba on this inast
ter.
The ambassador also indicat-,:
ed that the Bahamas did:not ask
Cuba for permission to sendtthe,
two dentists to Jamaica. r : iT -;
In terms of how the situation,
was handled, Ambassador Sears,
conceded that steps could ha\e,
been taken to prevent the mat-.
ter from attracting the kind of.
international criticism that it did


Govt withdraws proposal
FROM page one
them and they have honoured our 1965 agreement, saying we can rep-,
resent all of our members from the principal down to whoever," said Mis-
Wilson.
Mrs Wilson added: "We feel as though we have won round one and we.
continue to fight for the best agreement that we are going to get in total-
ity for our members."
The union and government have been wrangling over which profes-
sionals should be included in a new industrial agreement. The union
has maintained that administrators,: guidance counsellors and librarians-
should be included., However, government had claimed particularly in.
the case of administrators that such workers should not be categorized as'
teachers and therefore should not be represented by the same union as'
they could ha e divided loyalties in the event of indusinal action at the.
school Keith Archer. one of government's two negotiators, said this was'
done to conform with the existing 1965 recognition agreement.
"Our proposal that we sent them for the new industrial agreement, that
was not based on their recognition of 1965. that was based on the Indus-
trial Relauons Act 1970 w which states that you have to have a defined bar-
gaining unit," said Mr Archer.
According to Mr Archer, the 1965 agreement said that teachers,
counsellors and administrators could be represented b> one bargaining
unit but only on the question of salaries and not on benefits and other
aspects of a full industrial agreement.
By contrast, he said, the 1970 Act allows negotiations ona full indus-
trial agreement, but stipulates that two separate unions must represent the
teachers and administrators. The problem, from government's point of.
view, is that the unioi wants to keep a bargaining unit that includes all:
three classes of professionals, as in the 1965 agreement, but also wants to
bargain for a full industrial agreement, as in the 1970 Act. -
"They want to keep their bargaining umit the way it is in the 1965 recog-
nition agreement. So, if they want to keep that, we will give them apro-
posal based on that agreement."
Such a proposal. he emphasized. ,would not entitle them t6 an indus-"5
trial agreement. The union, however, has pointed to legislation that says.
employees are allowed to choose whichever bargaining unit they want.,:
Union president Ida Poitier-Turquest has said that the administrators-
and counsellors have said they want the BUT to represent them, and that.
she will not back down until the government agrees to an arrangement
under which she can bargain for a full industrial agreement for all three
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What is the Bahamas' economic policy?


BROADLY speaking,
when one speaks of
"economic policy", one is refer-
ring to actions taken by gov-
ernment to improve the econo-
my.
Such actions are necessary
because at times, sometimes
more often than not, the econ-
omy is not performing at
desired levels.
For example, the economy
may be growing at a rate that is
less than, desirable, in which
case we:say that ft is "slow" or
"sluggish".
In fact, ,sometimes it might
actually be in a state of decline
and, if such a decline occurs
over two or more successive
quarters, we say the economy
is in a "recession".
If the decline lasts long
enough and is severe enough
we call it'a "depression", such as
the Great Depression in the US
of early-1930s.
In such situations unemploy-
ment abounds, profits are low
or declining and the general
wealth of the economy is at
severe risk.
It may also be the case that
the economy is growing so fast
that it threatens to cause an
undesirable rise. in inflation,
which causes increases in the
cost of living, threatens the val-
ue of the country's.currency and
can ultimately reverse the econ-
omy's growth.
When these problems exist in
an economy, the government,
if it can, may intervene. The
way in which it does so is
referred to as its economic pol-
icy.
How the government inter-
venes might fit into any num-
ber of economic philosophies
such as Keynesian, classical eco-
nomics, Moneterist, Laissez-
faire, etc, none of which we
need concern ourselves with
today.
ECONOMIC POLICY
IS LIMITED iY
FIXED-EXCHANGE
RATE REGIME

B because the.Bahamas is
a "fixed-exchange rate
economy", meaning that we
have decided that we want the
value of our dollar to be equal,
at all times, to that of the US
dollar, our economic policy is
limited.
The Bahamas government
does riot have the ability to
intervene in the economy to the
same degree as the US govern-
ment coin do in the US economy
through its Federal Reserve
Board as well as its fiscal oper-
ations.
For the most part, when the.
US Federal Reserve believes
that inflation might rise too
quickly, it raises interest rates to
halt the same.
In tlie Bahamas, the Central
Bank (oes not have the same
ability, as what it does also
depends on reserve levels and
other factors not entirely within
its control.
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nomic life in the Bahamas. The
government simply has little
control over the same because
of the economic model that we
have.
OUR CURRENT
ECONOMIC POLICY

WX hat then is our eco-
nomic policy in the
Bahamas, given this limited
ability of the government to
impact the economy directly as
it might desire?
Really, our policy for the last
60-plus years has been as fol-
lows:
Stimulate economic growth
by accommodating foreign
,investment, primarily in tourism
and predominantly by giving
huge discounts on the sale of
land and significant tax relief
for extended periods of time;
Massage the tourism goose
and hope the world economy,

Can we do some
things differently
to bring about
different and
better results?
Have we arrived
at our economic
development
potential?

principally the US economy, is
robust enough to boost arrivals;
Protect the financial ser-
vices sector; especially the off-
shore segment, to maintain its
established global appeal;
*" Dabble with programmes
aimed at subsidising the rest of
the economy, namely agricul-
ture, fisheries and manufactur-
ing; and
Deficit spend to support the
demands of the public sector.
We have operated in this mode
now for decades, from one gov-
ernment administration to the
next. There is and has not been
any new economic policy in the
Bahamas for more than a gen-
eration.
SAME POLICY,
DIFFERENT
ADMINISTRATION

T here have been differ-
ences in the adminis-
tration of the standing econom-
ic policy of this country from
onepolitical administration to
another but there have no fun-
damental changes to the poli-
cy.
For example, the Ingraham
administration seemed to take a
more business-friendly/investor
friendly approach to'adminis-
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pared to the Pindling adminis-
tration.
The result was that foreign
investment in the country grew
significantly above the years pri-
or to its coming to office, so
much so that it was accused by
the opposition at the time of
"selling the country out".
Because of its sentiments
while in opposition, there were
many who believed that the
Christie administration would
take a different, less liberal
approach, to foreign investment.
This was not to be, as not
only did the Christie adminis-
tration adopt the same policy
as the Ingraham administration,
some might argue that it has
taken it to new heights, both in
terms of its announced invest-
ment approvals as well as the
extent of land sell-off that it has
facilitated.
Yet another example is that,
in the Ingraham administration,
a new focus was placed in main-
taining a low GFS deficit and it-
was able over several.fiscal peri-
ods to.maintain such deficits at
one per cent or less. ,
That was not the case prior
to its coming to office and has
not been the case since it left
office. Both the present and the
current administration, howev-
er, espoused a policy of fiscal.
prudence.
TOWARD A NEW
ECONOMIC POLICY

O ur economic.policy
has served us well
over the past several decades.
We have been able to enjoy a
standard of living, in economic
terms, that many of our coun-
terparts would desire to have.
The economy has_enjoyed the
normal ebbs and flows of the
business cycle and has suffered
extraordinary shocks from nat-
ural disasters and global events
such as wars or oil crises but, by
and large, wehave maintained a
stable, prosperous economy.
This might be enough for
some people but for those inter-
ested in developmental eco-
nomics the question is, is.this
enough? Can we do some things
differently to bring about dif-
ferent and better results? Have
we arrived at our economic
development potential?
The short answer to this is
absolutely not. So long as our
economic model fails to estab-
lish greater ownership in the
economy by Bahamians; creates
insufficient opportunities-to--
stimulate more rapid domestic
savings and investment; does not
sufficiently tie productivity to
educational development and
compensation; does not have a
truly dynamic capital market,
with adequate funding for ven-
tures; maintains a high vulnera-
bility index; accelerates domes-
tic land and other assetholdings
by non-Bahamians at' a faster
rate than Bahamians; leaves
Family Island 'development so
far behind the development in
New Providence and Grand
Bahama; and fails to balance the
needs of the environment with
that of economy; we have not
reached our development
potential. This is the challenge
for policy-makers today: to
develop an economic policy that
can correct these economic ills.
If there is to be a fundamen-
tal shift in our economic policy,
we will have to address in pro-
found ways, a number of issues,
including: our approach to facil-
itating foreign investment; our
approach to encouraging
domestic savings and invest-
ments; the very nature of our


tax system; the future of our
exchange rate regime; our focus
on research and development;,
our programme for developing
our national human resources;
our policy toward globalisation
and trade liberalisation; our
information systems develop-
ment; and so much more.
This new economic policy
thrust cannot afford the shal-
low, callous and highly politi-
cised approach that has domi-
nated this country's economics
in the past.
This new approach will
require a more studious focus
and could greatly benefit from
the focused attention of the
Bahamian academic communi-
ty, the business sector as well
as international resources that
can lend to the effort where
necessary.
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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;
Fire Protection Equipment Supply;
Shutters;
Piles all types;
Pest Control (exterminating/fumigating);
PortableToilets;
Roofing materials Supply, Installation;
Safes & Vaults Supply, Installation;
Scaffolding Rental;
Septic Tanks & Systems, incl. cleaning;
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;
Spray-on-Fireproofing;
Wood Doors;
Overhead Doors specify type(s);
Garage Doors;
Mirrors;
Glass Shower Enclosures;
Drywall & Accessories;
Stone Vanities Supply, Installation;
Wood Flooring Supply, Installation;
Epoxy Flooring;
Elastomeric Coatings;
Painting Supply, Installation;
Electrical works;
Plumbing works;
Building Management systems;
Unen Chutes;
Awnings & Canopies;
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
c/o Wyndham Nassau Resorts;
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
process will include an assessment of the contractor's previous performance in a number of
similar projects. This assessment shall include, without limitation, workmanship, schedule
duration both planned and actual, value of theproject, correction of construction deficien-
cies and final completion.

Any contractor failing to complete the pre-qualification document may be disqualified from
any work at the discretion of Baha Mar Development Company Ltd. All submissions are to be
clearly marked "Baha Mar Development Projects Expressions for [identify trade]"and are to
be received no later than: 5:00 pm Friday, March 24,2006 at:
Baha Mar Development Company Ltd
c/o Wyndham Nassau Resorts
R P. Box N-8306
Cable Beach, Nassau, The Bahamas
Attention: David Lowrey
Sr. Vice President, Construction

Baha Mar Development Company Ltd reserves the right to pre-qualify only those contractors
that Baha Mar Development Company Ltd deems most capable and qualified to undertake the
work, and/or reject all submissions deemed unacceptable.


Bank director


stands down

RBC FINCO Bank has announced the retirement of Dr
Keva Bethel from its board of directors. Having reached the
mandatory retirement age, Dr Bethel did not stand for re-elec-
tion to the board. She was one of the longest serving directors
of the bank. RBC FINCO thanked Dr Bethel "for her invalu-
able contributions and distinguished service over many years,
and wishes her the very best for the future".


Bid to restore





flow to creek


FRIENDS of the Environ-
ment is spearheading a local
and international effort to
restore the tidal flow to a
blocked creek in Cross Harbour
on the southwest side of Great
Abaco.
The conservation group is co-
ordinating dedicated scientists,
a variety of Bahamian non-prof-
it organizations, local students
and interested citizens in what
lead scientist Dr Craig Layman
said is model restoration effort,
"not only for Abaco, not only
for the Bahamas, not only for
the Caribbean, but for the
world."
The restoration will be
accomplished by removing the
causeway road to Cross Har-
bour, placing culverts in the
road bed to allow for unre-
stricted water flow and then
Replacing the road.
:This portion of the work is
expected to be completed with
donated machinery during the
first weekend in April.
Starting April 7 and continu-
ing for 10 days, Friends of the
Environment will be hosting
students and interested volun-
teers to come and help finish
the project by re-creating the
natural tidal channels and start-
ing scientific monitoring of the
area.
Students and teachers from


four local schools have already
committed to spending at least a
day in Cross Harbour.
Friends of the Environment
calls this initiative "positive con-
servation", describing it as a
"win-win situation for every-
body".

Reclaiming

"So much of the environ-
mental movement is focused on
what people can't do, but this
project will not interfere with
fishing, boating or the general
use of Cross Harbour. Instead;
more than 40 acres of wetlands
will be reclaimed and put back
into use as a habitat for conch, a
large variety of fish, and craw-
fish.
"Cross Harbour will be sci-
entifically monitored, before
and after the restoration, so that
the changes that take place can
be documented," the organisa-
tion said in a press release.
According to the release,
nearly 200 fish have already
been tagged in the area so their
movements from below the
blockage into the restored area
can be tracked.
"This will not only serve to
demonstrate the increase in sea
life populations, and the
improved general health of the


area, it will also allow the pro-
ject to be a model for future
creek restorations," said the
group, which plans to use Cross
Harbour as a stepping-stone to
larger projects in Abaco and
around the Bahamas.
Several sites in Abaco have
already been identified for
future restorations, including
Stinky Pond north of Marsh
Harbor and the causeway con-
necting Great Abaco to Little
Abaco.
Partners in this initiative'
include: the Nature Conservan-
cy's Bahamas programme; the
Bahamas National Trust; the'
Ministry of Works; the Acorn
Alcinda Foundation and Yale
University.
To gather local feedback and
thoughts on the restoration,
Friends of the Environment
hosted communities meetings'
throughout March in Marsh'
Harbour, Cherokee Sound/,
Man-O-War Cay, Hope Town,
and Sandy Point.
Friends of the Environment is
a Marsh Harbour-based, non'-'
profit organisation that serves
the Abaco region.' -
Its mission is the preservation'
and protection of Abaco's ter-
restrial and marine enviro'ir
ments in order'i6'achieve ss2-'
tainable living for the wildlife
and the people of Abaco.


Announcing the Bahamas Hotel Association's 4th Annal

Allied Trade Show & Expo


Thursday, April 6th, 2006
12 Noon to 5:00 p.m.
Convention Center Wyndham Nassau Resort & Crystal Palace Casino

Bringing Buyers and Sellers of Goods and Services to Hotels & Restaurants Together to
Promote New Business Opportunities and Reinforce Existing Relationships



Buyers.............
Don't Miss This Excellent Opportunity to...
i Network...Hotel and Restaurant Managers, Purchasing Reps, Chefs, Sales & Marketing
Managers, and other key industry representatives meet with providers of goods and services in a
one-stop forum.
V Test and Taste....new and proven products and services offered by BHA Allied Member
companies.
V Enjoy...First-rate hourly demonstrations starting at 1:00pm by members of The Bahamas
Culinary Association including: ice-carving, pastry demonstrations, specialty hot entrees and a
special demonstration by this year's winner of New Providence Junior Champion Young Chef's
award.
/ Build Strategic Business Alliances... as tourism heats up in The Bahamas with
new and expanded developments & record visitor arrivals



Suppliers............

Don't Miss This Excellent Opportunity to...
/ Meet.,,Hotel and Restaurant Owners, Managers, Purchasing Reps, Chefs, Group & Convention
Sales Managers, Concierges, Sales & Marketing Managers, Human Resources Managers
V Showcase...Your Latest and Core Products and Services
V Build Strategic Business Alliances... as tourism heats up in The Bahamas with
new and expanded developments & record visitor arrivals
V Schedule One-On-One Meetings...with purchasing representatives for Kerzner,
Wyndham, Radisson, Sandals, Graycliff, British Colonial Hilton, Paradise Island Harbour Resort
and others...(limited slots available. Must be reserved by Friday, March 31s by calling 322-8381.
Provided first to BHA Allied Members then to non-members based upon scheduling availability)



Limited Exhibit Space Still Available To BHA Allied Members!

Call our office at (242) 322-8381 by Friday, March 31' to reserve your space.

The BHA Allied Tradeshow & Expo is open to Allied Members and representatives
from the hotel or restaurant industry.
Non-members must present a business card to enter.
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THE TRIBUNE


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Securi


is recognized



for success


AA-AHAMIAN security
firm- as attracted international
recognition for its rapid growth
and notable success.
Established in 2005, Integrat-
ed Security Solutions (ISS) is
being credited for introducing-
a new era of advanced technol-
ogy by bringing the world's
most sophisticated security
equipment to Grand Bahama.
In the first;year of business,
the company has introduced
high-tech equipment, 24-hour
monitoring and rapid response
services.
During a recent visit to


Grand Bahama, representatives
from Honeywell and FirstAlert
Security Systems 'Corporation
presented members of the ISS
team with a plaque commemo-
rating .their rapid success in
2005.
I Honeywell is a diversified
technology and manufacturing
leader serving customers world-
wide. One of the company's
main focuses is safety and secu-
"rity through its FirstAlert divi-
sion.
,,, ISS is an authorised dealer of
Honeywell's FirstAlert equip-
ment.


,L'

I PICTURED at their new offices on Bellevue Lane are
the ISS team with their award. From left: Terry Hodgkins,
technician; Colyn Byles, sales and marketing representative;
Al Sanchez, vice-president; Krista Bailey, technician; Justin
Roberts, technician; and Roger Williams, marketing manager,


"This is a great accomplish-
ment as only elite companies
who exhibit superior service are
privileged to use the Honeywell
and FirstAlert title, equipment
and services," said ISS vice pres-
ident Al Sanchez.
ISS offers technologies and
products for residential and
commercial intrusion alarm sys-
tems, access control systems and
CCTV cameras that allow cus-


tomers to view their home or
business via the Internet.
The alarm systems use both
phone and radio transmitting,
so that if intruders tamper with
phone lines, the alarm signal
still processes.
Alarm signals are transmit-
ted directly to Royal Bahamas
Police Force stations, so offi-
cers are immediately notified
and dispatched to the scene.


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S-D('])r-rnlotcs Biotcchnolokpg" In Schools
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biotechnology and the objective of
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we do and what we have always done
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Fduertion administratorl and science
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i SANDILANDS Primary School students playing hand bells on March 20, at the school's 161-
year anniversary thanksgiving service, held at St Anselni's Catholic Church. The school is
celebrating the anniversary under the theme "Proud of our heritage."


* SANDILANDS Primary School students performing an interpretive dance during the thanks-
giving service. Present for the celebrations were Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Public Service
Fred Mitchell (right), as well as director of Education Iris Pinder, education officials, Fox Hill com-
munity leaders, former students and teachers.


* STUDENTS enjoying their school's 161-year anniversary thanksgiving service


* ELIZABETH Mackey (left), widow of former Cabinet
Minister George Mackey, cutting the ribbon on March 20 at the
opening of the George Mackey Computer Lab at Sandilands
Primary School. Also from left are Minister of Foreign Affairs
and the Public Service Fred Mitchell and principal Norma Dean.


* FRED Mitchell using a computer with Sandilands Primary
School student Roselie Munroe, during the opening of the
school's George Mackey Computer Lab. Standing, from left are
computer lab benefactor and Fox Hill resident Allardyce
Scott-Fitzgerald, Mr Mitchell, Director of Education Iris
Pinder atid school vice-principal Esther Cartwright.
Ms Scott-Fitzgerald partnered with Tech Team International in
donating the computers for the lab. "This is a most special
occasion," said Mr Mitchell. "We have to help keep the children
in the 21st century, so that they can compete, and this will help
them do so."


* FORMER student and the first certified teacher at Sandilands
Primary School, Miriam Roker, 82, cutting the ribbon at the
opening of the school's exhibition "Our Heritage, from Slavery
to Present" on March 20. From left are Fred Mitchell, Ms
Roker, Director of Education Iris Pinder and principal Norma
Dean.
(Photos: BIS/Derek Smith)

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Miami Herald Business, Stocks, Analysis, Wall Street


'Go to cou.





boggling'


over 'mind


Consumer Bill


* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The ex-head of the Cham-
ber of Commerce's leg-
islation committee yes-
terday told The Tribune
he felt "the business
community should take the Govern-
ment to court" over the Consumer
Protection Bill and its attempt to
"micro manage" the private sector.
Rick Lowe, who headed the Cham-
ber's review of the proposed Bill
when it was first presented for con-
sultation, described the gap between
the administration and private sector
as "mind-boggling".
While the private sector supports
consumer protection as a principle,
he added that conversations with
manufacturers who had operations
and franchises throughout the Amer-
icas indicated the Consumer Protec-
tion Bill contained provisions that did
not exist anywhere else in the West-
ern Hemipshere, meaning the
Bahamas has gone much further than
other nations.
Mr Lowe said the Bill, if enacted in
its current form, would further
increase the costs of doing business in
the Bahamas, in addition to increasing


the costs and delays experienced by
consumers.
Mr Lowe and other Chamber offi-
cials are understood to have met with
V Alfred Gray, the minister who has
taken over responsibility for con-
sumer affairs from Leslie Miller, sev-
-eral times over the past few weeks to
press for further amendments to the
proposed legislation.
Confirming that meetings had tak-
en place, Mr Lowe praised Mr Gray's
efforts, but said many of the suggest-
ed amendments he took for approval
at a Cabinet meeting had been reject-
ed by the Government.,
Mr Lowe said: "It would appear
that Cabinet is not interested at all
in what the business community has
to say....... "What boggles my mind-is
how we could be so far apart from
the Government in our views, when
we are legitimate business people
doing legitimate business."
He pointed out that the Chamber's
Consumer Protection Bill review had


directly involved at least 41 people,
and numerous others in their respec-
tive companies and trade associations.
All sectors of the business communi-
ty were represented, and "all sup-
ported our contentions".
Among the amendments that Cab-
inet failed to approve were those to
Clause 50, which deals with 'Purport-
ing to Act on a Bill of Sale'. The Bill
at present says a business "commits an
offence if he "acts on the powers con-
tained in a Bill of Sale of chattel
pledged by a consumer and employs
any person" other than a police offi-
cer or bailiff to recover any of the
pledged chattels.
Mr Lowe said the way this clause
was worded, the Bill could be inter-
preted as making it illegal for Bahami-
an companies and businessmen to
recover, in the event of a default on
loan repayment, the goods sold that
were pledged as collateral.
Another clause vexing the business
community is 26 2 (b), dealing with


damaged goods sold to consumers.
The clause states that if the good is
not returned to the customer within
10 days, the business has to "provide
the consumer with a temporary sub-
stitute of comparative value for the
consumer's interrupted use and enjoy-
ment" until repairs were completed.
Mr Lowe told The Tribune that this
was "extremely difficult" to imple-
ment, and should be left to the dis-
cretion of individual businesses, as
those that provided such a service
could attract more clients than those
who did. Making it mandatory would
increase the costs of doing business
and repairs.
Other issues identified with the Bill
are that companies offering repairs,
such as the business Mr Lowe works
for, Nassau Motor Company, will be
required by law to reach an agree-
ment with consumers on a "replace-
ment value" for the product in its cur-
rent state.
Although the Government was


urged to amend this clause, The Tri-
bune understands that it decided not
to. The business community is under-
stood to believe that agreeing a
replacement value will be costly and
time consuming for the consumer,
and in the car industry is a process
that could take up to one hour. Insur-
ance industry opinion would also be
necessary to determine the replace-
ment value of a car.
Mr Lowe told The Tribune yester-
day that conversations with manu-
facturers who had business operations
in the Caribbean, Latin America and
South America had shown that no
countries had laws regarding a "tem-
porary substitute" of comparable val-
ue, or of agreeing a replacement val-
ue before a product is left to be
repaired.
"When I spoke to manufacturers
that have representation throughout
the region, there's no other country in
the region that has similar laws," Mr
Lowe said.......
.""It's not our intention to rip cus-
tomers off. We would not have been
in business for 66 years at Nassau
Motor Company, and all these other

SSEE page 9B


MP backsprivate Government to


sector fears over 'address pronto'


* By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Business
Reporter
FNM MP Kenneth Russell
yesterday hit out at the Con-
sumer Protection Bill, indi-
cating it had a number of
clauses that treated the busi-
ness sector unfairly.
During the debate on the
Bill, which was introduced
by Minister V Alfred Gray,
Mr Russell said it was "a very
serious piece of legislation
with many concerns for the
business sector".
He warned that the imple-
mentation of the Bill could
have "a very serious impact"
on the Bahamian private sec-


Kerzners likely

need only 11%

more of votes

* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Kerzners need only
another 11 per cent of sharehold-
ers to back their $3.6 billion offer
for the Kerzner International
buy-out to succeed, a Wall Street
analyst believes, with any rival
offer likely to come from a pri-
vate equity consortium or other
international resort operators.
Joseph Greff, an analyst with
Bear Steams, estimated that Sol
and Butch Kerzner, the duo who
are the company's chairman and
chief executive respectively,
already have the backing of about
40 per cent of Kerzner Interna-
tional shareholders.
Apart from their own 11 per
cent stake, their investor group
also includes Istithmar, the Dubai
government-owned entity.that
holds about 12.3 per cent of
Kerzner International's out-
standing ordinary shares.
Two shareholders not involved
in the bid group, but who sat on
the committee that recommended
approval of the Kerzners' offer,
Caledonia Investments and a
German family, hold another 12
per cent.


* V ALFRED GRAY
speaks in the House of
Assembly yesterday.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/
Tribune Staff)


SEE page 7B


*.1


regulator concern

* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
JAMES Smith, the minister of state for finance, yesterday
said the Government intended to "address pronto" a weakness
that had left this nation's financial services regulators more effec-
tive at sharing information with overseas counterparts than
amorg themselves.
The recent Cabinet reshuffle placed all financial services reg-
ulators, with the exception of the Registrar GeneraJ's Depart-
ment, back under the Ministry of Finance, a widely-expected
move that many are likely to see as athe first step towards regu-
latory consolidation in the Bahamas.
But while the move will eliminate any regulatory overlaps,
Mr Smith said: "What we have discovered is that we are, in gen-
eral, more effective sharing information with other regulators than
among ourselves, so that needs to be addressed pronto."
He attributed this partly to the nature of the 2000 amend-
ments to the Bahamian financial
services regulatory regime, which S
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economy and increase costs for consumers and. businesses


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Businesses mus




be 'blooged' do


on, not


wn by Internet


'Blogs' are per-
sonal websites
consisting of
regularly updated entries dis-
played in reverse chronological
order. They read like a diary or
journal, but with the most
recent entry at the top.
The term 'weblog' was
coined by Jorn Barger, editor
of robotwisdom.com, in
December 1997. By 1999, the
term was shortened to 'blog'






INrSIGHT

Fo hesore


by Peter Merholz. Today, the
term blog seems the most dom,
inant, and it is used as a noun
or verb.
Blogs are'typically created
by independent writers
(although some reporters for
media companies create blogs
on newspaper or magazine
sites). Some are personal jour-
nals, others resemble newslet-
ters or columns. Often, they
contain links to other sources
of content. A kind of hybrid
diary/guide site, although there
are as many unique types of
blogs as there are people.
People maintained blogs
long before the term was
coined. Most early weblogs
were manually updated, but
the trend gained momentum
with the introduction of auto-
mated publishing systems,
which are tools to automate
the maintenance of such sites.
This has made them accessible
to a much larger population.
-A good example of an auto-
mated publishing system is
Blogger at blogger.com. Thou-
sands of people use services
such-as Blogger to simplify and


accelerate the publishing
process.
Blogging is quickly becom-
ing the most explosive out-
break in the information world
since the Internet itself. An
overwhelming amount of the
information that is generated
and directed to the public
everyday is digital, be it photos,
Powerpoint presentations,
online newspaperSand maga-
zines, and e-mails. With just a
few clicks, every one of these
items can be broadcast into the


Pboogospherelbyanonwi


blogosphere by anyone with
an Internet connection.
Blogging
.Blogging has placed the
world of mass media into the
hands of the average Internet
user. Anyone can become a
blog publisher in the 10 min-
utes it takes to sign up. Once
you start building relationships
with other bloggers and get-
ting them to link to your blog,
the size of your audience


explodes.
Blogging, despite its popu-
larity, is in its infancy. There
are companies out there that
are working to improve and
expand its capabilities. For
example, Six Apart, a company
out of San Francisco, is a
leader in blog software. Com-
panies such as Technorati and
PubSub Concepts lead in blog
search. Let's not forget the
Internet giants such as Google,
Yahoo and Microsoft, as they
are getting involved as well.
Google's Blogger is now the
world's biggest service to set
people up as bloggers. Like
any new Internet technology,
the rules that govern its use
don't exist, not yet anyway.
If you are interested in
searching for a blog on a spe-
cific topic, you can search the
entire blog universe using the
Blog Google search engine at
http://blogsearch.google.com/.
Just enter a topic and all of the
blogs on that subject will come
up.
Why would businesses want
to embrace this, you may ask?
Well, the Internet has up to


now been a collection of docu-
ments that rarely change. Blogs
are different; they change with,
every posting, each of which is
tied to a moment. If a company
can track millions of blogs at
the same time, it will'get a
minute-by-minute feel of what
any part of the world is think-
ing about. The Web is a cata-
logue of what we have learned,
but blogs tracks what's on our
minds. Think of the business
implications.
About the Author:
Alvin Azeez is a technical
analyst at Providence Tech-
nology Group, one of the lead-
ing IT service and solution
providers in the Bahamas.
Providence Technology Group
specialises in networking solu-
tions, software solutions and
consulting and advisory ser-
vices. Mr Azeez has a Bache-
lor of Arts (Computer Sci-
ences) and is Microsoft Cer-
tified Systems Administrator
(MCSA). He possesses over six
years experience in network
support, administration and
management.


B


E


Bahamas Real Estate, Association







Members are Invited to

attend the



BREA AGM Election




On Thursday, March 30th, 2006


At Buena Vista Restaurant,

Delancey Street 12:00 p.m.


S $40.0 per person


.0 *-,p er..,


Kerzners likely need only 11% more of votes


FROM page 1B
A simple majority vote among Kerzner Interna-
tional's shareholders will be enough to ensure the
Kerzners' offer goes through and the company is tak-
en private.
Mr Greff agreed with fellow analyst Larry
Klatzkin, of Jefferies & Co, that any rival offer for
Kerzner International would have to overcome the
departure of the Kerzners' "brain trust" (the father
and son duo) if they succeeded.
The agreement between the Kerzners' group and
independent directors who evaluated their bid gives


Kerzner International a 45-day window in which to
seek rival offers for the business.
If the deal is terminated because a superior offer
for Kerzner International emerges over the next 45
days, the Kerzners and their investor group will
receive a break-up fee of 1 per cent of the equity val-
ue of the transaction, about $30 million. :. i;
If a superior offer does emerge, then Mr Kerzner
and his father, Sol, will provide transitional services
for a period of six months. .
Mr Greff said: "We would not rule out competing

SEE page 4B


Making


IT Work

by Alvin Azeez


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THE
SE C U R T Y
C E NTRF
PROTCTING PEOPLE PROPERTY PROFITS
Career Opportunity

GENERAL MANAGER
ApplicatiorLn aic invlicd from qualified and experienced uidividuals o fill the role of the
Company% General Managei We are looking tor a dynamic, progressive thinking and
organized professional to lead the Companty's operations. Reporting to the Board of
Directors, the isuccesisful applicant must be results-driven and will take overall
responsibihry for providing leadership and direction for Ihe Company
Key responsibilities will include translating tI- Company's strategic and tactical business
plans irito operational tealties. Developuig relationships with customers, cliehsts,
government organisaions corporate entities 'and regulatory agencies. Candidate must
dipl, ihy-, mabihly. .o: identifying growth opportunities wahin the security industry while
developing the Company's reputation with clients and shareholders The successful
c;idcidate will be required to aclucve the Conipany' budgeted performance as well as the
short. qgic4iumi and long term objectives ol'the Board of Dircctors.
Reqtulrcd Oualilicationr and Fpderice: '
Thel candidate should be an experienced manager of large numbers of peaooial with a
sound knowledge of physical and technological security applications and the security and
life safety industry in general. Applicants must possess:
,A iruniurn of 5 years pre-vious security, law enforcement, military or 'Qther
uniformed type organisltion is required.
tEccllcnt leadership, directional, uegotatiou. oral and writtet eoaunmunication
skills,
Demonstrated ability to problem solve and provide solutions to a full range of
property and life safety requirements.
Strategic thinking initiatives including the ability to translate the Group's
higher picture into operational detail and accommodate the future growth and
success of the Company.
K nowlctdge of risk assessment, threat reduction, executive protection, access
control, CCTV, intrTsion 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 causidered for such
dynamic, fast paced and rapidly evolving industry position, please provide your profile, Curriculum
Vitae, professional and personal background and achievements to:
info(isecuritvbahamas.com
OR P.O Box CB-12043
The closing date for applications is April Sl" 2006
APPLICATIONS WILL BE TREATED WITH THE STRICTJBST OF CONFIDENCE,


THE TRIBUNE


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I BUSINESS







THURSDAY. MARCH 23,:006, PAGE 3B


THE TRIBUNE


Consumer Bill





must bind the





Government


* By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Business
Reporter
THE proposed Consumer
Protection Bill must include
the Government as well as the
private sector, FNM MP Ken-
neth Russell said yesterday.
Contributing to the debate
from the House of Assembly
on the Consumer Protection
Bill, Mr Russell said many peo-
ple had been handed keys to
government homes that were
not complete.
In West End, Grand
Bahama, he claimed the Gov-
ernment had issued keys to
homes that were built with the
assistance of the US Agency
for International Development
(USAID), but to date, these
properties did not have septic
tanks or soak-aways installed.
In Abaco, he said persons
also reported being given keys
to homes with no septic tanks,
and he added that some were
incomplete inside.
In East End, Grand
Bahama, said Mr Russell, "the
same thing occurred and more
- a contractor who was told to
build a two bedroom was not
paid, because his contract said
one bed".
In West End, Grand
Bahama, he said keys were giv-
en out last year for persons in
the hurricane restoration, "but
90 per cent of the houses were
at various stages of comple-
tion". .
SIf a-private developer had-
done this kind of service, this
government would have been
all over the papers talking,


ranting, raving, and pontificat-
ing but no action, no resolu-
tion and no completion," said
Mr Russell.
He said the Government giv-
ing the consumer a badly built
or incomplete house was just
as bad as a juice company
labelling its product as 35 per
cent juice, when the actual con-
centration was less than 10 per
cent.
Mr Russell asked: "Where
is the protection for persons
who buy houses? And what
about persons who engage
contractors to build houses for
them? And what about con-
sumers who purchase homes
from the Government?"
Question
"The issue in question is
whether the conduct was mis-
leading or likely to mislead,"
he said.
The High Rock MP went on
to look at the Ginn develop-
ment in West End, where he
said consultation with residents
there did not occur.
He was referring to state-
ments made by the MP for
West End, Obie Wilchombe,
whom he said told a town
meeting that the consultative
process was to begin, yet.
dredging and building up of
the land had already begun.
Mr Wilchombe replied that
Mr Russell had "clearly mis-
understood" his statements at
the town meeting.
"We have already begun the
process in my constituency, to
talk with constituents about
their involvement and ensur-
ing that they benefit more


from this major investment
within the constituency and, at
the same time, asking mem-
bers to always participate,
said Mr Wilchombe.
"That's the way you move
ahead. Unfortunately, the
member for High Rock does
'not comprehend and, if you
wish, I certainly will make
available for you the informa-
tion at the meeting. Because
that's the whole process. It.
doesn't stop.
"There are many people in
the constituency who have
been able to provide invalu-
able information to assist in
moving forward, even though
we've agreed that the project
must happen first. Once that
happens, you must have dia-
logue. It hasn't ended. It will
continue during the length of
the agreement they have with
the Bahamas government."
Mr Russell turned his atten-
tion Bimini, claiming that
again, there was no consulta-
tion, and that the Government
was summoned there to hear
the objections of the people.
"For the member for High
Rock to suggest (such a thing),
this whole point about consul-
tation for the Bimini project
was approved by the former
administration, who claimed
that it did consult [the peo-
ple]," said Mr Wilchombe.
"The former ambassador for
the environment said she was
there when Biminites
approved it."
SMr Wilchombe added that
Mr Russell had a major role
to play in the Bimini develop-
ment when he was the Minister
for Public Works.


PICWATERHOUSEGOPERS I


Position of General Manager

One of our clients involved in the retail business is seeking an energetic
experienced General Manager for their Freeport, Grand Bahama operations.
Interested candidates should have a proven track record of accomplishments
and a desire to advance a chain of Drug/Convenience Stores and Perfume
stores into a new era of growth and development.

The qualified candidate must have a minimum of five (5) years hands on
experience in multiple store management, preferably in convenience and
perfume store retailing and will report to the Chief Operations Officer. The
General Manager will be directly responsible for the stores' management
teams and he or she will lead them in the delivery of high standards of
customer satisfaction, achievement of aggressive sales targets and to drive
the profitability of the business.

Proven track records in inventory control, merchandising and excellent
communication skills, are essential the individual must possess. The ability
to effectively provide a level of customer service that exceeds customer
expectations, and the expertise to train and motivate sales staff in exceeding
company sales targets are also a must.

An excellent remuneration and benefits package is offered, including
generous performance bonuses, medical, dental and life insurance.

Interested candidates should submit their resumes to either of the addresses
provided below (by hand or mail) no later than Friday, April 7, 2006.


Resident Partner
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Regent Centre East Suite A
P.O. Box F-42682
Freeport, Grand Bahama
The Bahamas

Re: GM


OR


Human Resources Partner
PricewaterhouseCoopers
East Hill Street
P.O. Box N-3910
Nassau, The Bahamas


Re: GM


BAHAMIANS NEED ONLY APPLY


Leading Computer Company
seeking Sales Executive.

Job Description:
This self-motivated, customer-service oriented individual will call on new and
existing customers, by providing product information and offering
recommendations within the company standards.

Job Requirements:
Goal-oriented
Good time management skills
Strong work ethic
Computer literate
Good conversational skills
A team player
Experience with sales preferred
Must have own transportation

Please fax resume to:
(242) 394-4971




A Single Storey Commercial Building of concrete structure approximately 9 years old which houses 3 Commercial
Offices (units are currently being rented) and comprising 2,014 sq. ft. situated on Lot No. 90-A (17,807 sq. ft.)
being a portion of a Lot of Land totaling.4.646 acres on Main Eleuthera, Queens Highway, Lower Bogue, Eleuthera
The property is well landscaped and is in close proximity to a Shopping Centre and Gas Station. Utilities: Electricity,
City Water and Telephone


For conditions of the sale and other information, please contact:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit al: 356-1685 or 356-1608 Nassau, Bahamas
Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit,
P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas
To reach us before April 28, 2006
Directions: Travelling on the western side of the Main Eleuthera Highway and approximately 2,219 feet northerly
From Four'for Nothing Road on the mlina-of Eleuthera. Bahamas .- .- .
- . .' I financing available for the qualifiedpersoii-&.. 'J-
Serious enquires only

p I


ARAWAK


Position Available

for

Home Consultant


Position Summary
* An Arawak Home Consultant is responsible for advising
clients involved in Home Ownership.

Minimum Job Requirements
* Bachelor Degree
* 8+ years experience in banking, particularly as a mortgage
lender.
* Strong work ethic and communication skills
* Computer literate

Compensation
* Commensurate with both qualification and experience.

Assurance of Confidentiality
* Assurance is given that every applicant will be treated in
the strictest of confidence.

Apply, only in writing to:

Human Resources Manager,
Arawak Homes Ltd.,
P.O. Box N-3180,
Nassau, Bahamas.

or email to: position@arawakhomes.com

Kindly include three references.

All applications are to be received at Arawak Homes Head
Office, East Shirley Street and Highland Terrace no later than
March 29th, 2006.

5 i .-


BUSINESS








PAGE 4B, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 2006


THE TRIBUNE


Information As Of:
IPricing Information As Of:


0.59 Abaco Markets
8.00 Bahamas Property Fund
5.88 Bank of Bahamas
0.70 Benchmark
1.26 Bahamas Waste
0.95 Fidelity Bank
8.00 Cable Bahamas
1.39 Colina Holdings
8.30 Commonwealth Bank
4.12 Consolidated Water BDRs
1.45 Doctor's Hospital
4.02 Famguard
9.99 Finco
7.56 FirstCaribbean
7.99 Focol
1.15 Freeport Concrete
9.60 ICD Utilities
8.22 J.S. Johnson
5.30 Kerzner'lnternational BDRs
10.00 Premier ReaI PEtate


Cable Bahamas' owner






expands ARCOS network


THE company owned by
Cable Bahamas' majority share-,
holder, Columbus Communica-
tions, has completed a "mufti-
million dollar network expan-
sion to the the Americas Region
Caribbean Optical-ring System
(ARCOS)
New World Network said the
expansion more than doubled
bandwidth capacity, and set the
stage for significant growth in
network data traffic and the
introduction of new service fea-
tures and enhancements.
It added that it was the single
largest network upgrade and


expansion since the ARCOS
network was commissioned in
December, 2001.
The expansion involved the
installation of advanced elec-
tronic equipment at 24 ARCOS
landing sites, representing 14
countries throughout its service
region.
This new equipment will pro-
vide ARCOS owners and their
customers with additional band-
width, delivered using tradi-
tional Synchronous Digital
Hierarchy (SDH) and new
Packet based (IP) standards.
Columbus Communications,


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
SEnglish 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.

Ar.,,L,.... 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 inijomation, please contact the Business Office
at telephone numbers 324-6269 or 324-6887.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS
FRIDAY MARCH 31, 2006,


FROM page 2B

bids, but we think a competing
bidder (likely private equity
and/or international resort oper-
ator more so than traditional
gaming/lodging operator) would
have to convince current man-
agement/Kerzner family to stay
on given its meaningful involve-
ment in Kerzner International's
development opportunities.....
This would be challenging and
complicated.
"To us, it does not look like
Kerzner International's Board
has shopped for best price (at
least yet.)........"
Mr Greef asked who could be
."logical buyers" of Kerzner Inter-
national. He said MGM Mirage
was an unlikely bidder, given the
state of its balance sheet and that
it was embroiled in other capital
investment projects, while Penn
Gaming "would not want to pay
up for this".


Of the major players, both Har-
rah's Entettainment. and Star-
wood Hotels & Resorts had the
financial muscle to do it, Mr Greff
said, but they were both already
involved in the Bahamas as joint
venture equity and brand part-
ners in Baha Mar's rival $1.6,bil-
lion Cable Beach redevelopment.
Mr Greff said: "While Harrah's
could use its balance sheet, it
already is involved in a joint ven-
ture Bahamas deal (it could con-
ceivably get out of it) and capital
intensive development both
domestically and internationally.
"We think Starwood could be
an interesting buyer given its low
leverage/cash horde, though it too
is in the Bahamas joint venture
deal with Harrah's."
The Tribune understands,
though, that the Kerzners are rel-
atively confident that rival big
names in the hospitality and gam-

SEE page 8B


Financial Advisors Ltd.
SFinancial Advisors Ltd.


10.40
6.97
0.70
1.26
1.18
9.30
1.69
9.38
5.37
2.55
6.21
10.99
10.97
10.40
1.15
9.50
9.09
7.79
10.00


10.60
6.97
0.70
1.26
1.18
9.20
1.69
9.38
5.17
2.45
6.21
10.99
10.90
10.40
1.15
9.50
9.09
7.77
10.00


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-0.169
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0.643
0.175
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0.070
1.100 0.565
-0.067
0.861
0.099
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0.542
0.738
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0.833
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0.585


N/M
7.3
10.8
4.0
12.0
16.7
16.3
NM
10.9
54.2
5.6
11.5
14.9
13.2
12.5
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18.1
15.9
58.1
4.9


0.00%
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2.86%
4.76%
3.42%
2.61%
0.00%
5.22%
0.84%
0.00%
3.86%
4.91%
4.59%
4.81%
0.00%
5.68%
6.16%
0.00%
5.85%


52wk-HI 52wk-Low Symbol Bid $ Ask $ Last Price Veekly Vol EPS $ Div $ P/E Yield
13.25 12.25 Bahamas Supermarkets 13.25 14.25 11.00 1.917 0.720 7.2 5.05%
10.14 10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref) 10.00 10.35 10.00 0.000 0.800 NM 7.80%
0.54 0.20 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.00 -0.044 0.000 NM 0.00%
43.00 28.00 ABDAB 41.00 43.00 41.00 2.220 0.000 19.4 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 NIM 0.00%
52wk-Hi 52wk-Low Fund Name NA V YTD% Last 12 Months Div $ Yield %
1.2786 1.2144 Colina Money Market Fund 1.278569*
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* .
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX 19 Dec 02 = 1,000.00 YIELD last 12 month dividends divided by closing price
52wk-Hi Highest closing price in last 52 weeks Bid $ Buying price of Colina and Fidelltj
52wk-Low Lowest closing price In last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colina and fldelitq
Previous Close Previous day's weighted price for daily volume Last Price Last traded over-the-counter price
Today's Close Current day's weighted price for daily volume Weekly Vol. Trading volume of the prior week
Change Change In closing price from day to day EPS $ A company's reported eamings per share for the last 12 mths
Daily Vol. Number of total shares traded today NAV Net Asset Value
DIV $ Dividends per share paid in the last 12 months N/M Not Meaningful
PIE Closing price divided by the last 12 month eamings FINDEX The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1. 1994 = 100
" AS AT JAN. 31. 2006/ "" AS AT FEB. 28, 2006
*- AS AT MAR. 10, 20061/* -AS AT FEB. 28, 2006/1 "' AS AT FEB. 28, 2006


which acquired New World
Network last September, fund-
ed the network expansion to
accommodate its customers'
demand for increased broad-
band capacity.
"This expansion is a solid
indicator of the growth poten-
tial in the Caribbean and Latin
America region and Columbus
Communications' commitment
to invest for the future," said
Paul W. Scott, president and
chief operating officer of New
World Network.
"It reinforces New World
Network's position as the carri-


er of choice for other commu-
nications companies."
Existing carrier customers
have already ordered addition-
al capacity in anticipation of
robust growth in their markets
Mr Scott said: "Increased
bandwidth provides end-users
a richer and more favourable
experience, which in turn dri`
ves even more demand and new
growth; it is a virtual cycle. ;
"Going forward, we will be
ready to accommodate our cusr
tomers' growth and bandwidth
requirements for new services,'
he said.


Kerzners likely need only 11% more of votes


BOAT FOR SALE














The "Majestad 1" has an open deck Defender Hull of fiberglass
construction with a 2nd deck affixed to accommodate passengers,
which also houses the pilot arrangements. Hull is in excellent
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/
Principal Dimensions

Length Overall: 61.0 feet
Breadth: 18.0 feet
Engine: (2) Detroit Diesel 12V71 recently rebuilt

Vessel has five compartments w/ five bilge pumps equipped
with 1 inch discharge hoses and a capacity 2,000gph.


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UNITED WORLD

COLLEGES

Applications are invited for the scholarship listed below,
which is offered for a period of two years beginning
September 2006 (except as noted) and includes room,
board and tuition costs to the extent indicated below:

Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific
British Columbia, Canada Full Scholarship

Armand Hammer United World College
New Mexico, U.S.A. Partial (50%) scholarship

United World College of Southern Africa
Mbabane, Swaziland Partial (25%) scholarship
(January 2007)

These international Colleges afford exceptional
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is to promote, through education, a greater understanding
among the peoples of the world and make education a
force which unites nations and races in ways suited to
the needs of our changing times.

Successful completion of the program, which leads to
the International Baccalaureat (a pre-university
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universities in most countries.

ADMISSION QUALIFICATIONS

1. Applicants must be Bahamian
2. Have or expect to acquire by June 2006, "C"
Grade passes or above in at least six (6)
subjects at B.G.C.S.E. level;
3. Be not older than 18 years in September 2006.

Application forms may be collected from the law offices
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2006.
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We are currently seeking qualified Managers and Seniors as well as Entry Level candidates to join our Audit practice.

Manager and Senior

Successful candidates for the Manager position will have a minimum of six years professional public accounting
experience, two of which will have been at a supervisory level. Candidates for the Senior position will have approximately
two to four years of work experience in a public accounting firm. The Manager and Senior positions will require the
individual to hold a CPA, CA or other professional designation recognized by the Bahamas Institute of Chartered
Accountants.

Entry Level

Candidates must have obtained the necessary educational requirements qualifying theri to write the CPA examinations or
have already done so.

KPMG's entry level program provides financial.support to write the CPA examinations including.travel costs, hotel
accommodations, paid study leave arid the costs of revision courses such as the Becker Review.

Excellent opportunities exist in our Nassau and Freeport offices to broaden your professional experience in a varied practice
that offers competitive compensation and benefits packages.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, a copy of their professional certification and a copy of their transcripts if applying for an entry level position,
to: KPMG, Human Resources Manager, P.O. Box N123, Nassau, Bahamas or tdavies@kpmq.com.bs.



AUDIT u TAX A ADVISORY .

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LOT NO. 149Q GOLDEN ATA SECTION 2
S" ..... All that-lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq; ft. being lot no. 1490 of the subdivision known
and designated as Golden Gates, the said subdivision situated in the southwestern district of
)N dw Providence, bahamas. This property is comprised of a 25 yer old single family residence
t onsisting of approximately 2,480 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with three bedrooms, three
Shathrooms, living, dining rooms and kitchen. The land is on a grade and level, however the site
Appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual heavy rainy
periods of the year. The grounds are fairly kept, ith improvements including driveway, walkway
and low shrubs. Yard is enclosed on one side wth a 5 foot chain linked fencing and a low cement
9' ck v,all to the front.

la Appraisal: $162,616.00

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



DUNDAS TOWN
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.. .... :... 3,two bed, 1 bath triplex 9,000 sq. ft., lot no. 18b with an area for a small shop. Age 12 years the land is a portion of one of the Dundas
Town Crown Allotment parcels stretching from Forest Drive to Front Street, being just under a quarter acre in size and on the lowside. A
i p concrete block structure, with asphalt shingle roof and L-shape in design with a total length of 70x26 ft, plus 50 x 22 ft., 2,920 sq. ft., the
Interior walls are concrete blocks, ceiling is sheet rock and the floors of vinyl tiles.
Appraisal: $215,850.00






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


Appraisal: $185,461.00

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


MURPHY TOWN
(ABACO)
All that lot of land and improvements having an area of 40,000 sq ft being portion of lot #120 of the original Murphy Town Corwn Allotments,
Abaco, Bahamas. One of the islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This property is comprised a single storey concrete structure
. consisting of approximately 1,000 sq ft of enclosed living space, with three bedrooms, one bathroom, living room, dining room and
Kitchen. The building appears to have recently undergone-refurbishment. The-property is enclosed with chain-link fencing and partially
landscaped.
Appraisal: $144,350 6 '

This property is situated off the front street, Murphy Town, Abaco.




MURPHY TOWN
(ABACO)

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

Appraisal: $60,540.00



S* ns lot m iylqqps ii i.,- LOT 194 BOYD SUBDIVISION : ; ..
(NASSAU)

S, All that lot of land having an area of 6,400 sq. ft. being lot no 194 of the subdivision known as Boyd Subdivision, situated in the central
District of New Providence this property is comprised of a 35 year old single family, single story residence encompassing approximately
1,278 sq. ft. of enclosed living area and inclusive of separate living and dining rooms, and an average size kitchen, three bedrooms, two
bathrooms and an entry porch, of approximately 88 sq. ft. ventilation is by 2 wall unit air conditioners. The property is at grade and level
with good drainage, landscaping is minimal, consisting of lawns and shrubs in the front, the subject is enclosed with stone walls mounted
with wrought iron and chain link fencing and a wrought iron gate in front there is a 208 sq. ft. cement driveway leading to a single covered
carport of 250 sq. ft. the subject site also has a concrete block storage shed measuring of approximately 143 sq. ft.
4Appraisal: $126,000.00
.. '. ,Traveling west on Boyd Road, turn left onto Foster Street, continue on Foster Street to the 4th corner right, (Roland Ave.) the subject
property is the 5th property on the left side painted orange with red/white trim.

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


RAINBOW SUBDIVISION LOT NO. 3 BLOCK 27 (ELEUTHERA), All that vacant lot of land having an area of approximately 14,052.59 sq. ft. being lot no. 3, block 27, of Rainbow
Subdivision with residential zoning. This property is bounded about 103.44 ft north by Queens Highway, and 137.02 ft. east and about 99.94 ft south of Rainbow Hill Circul 139.91 ft
west, all utilities and services available.
Appraisal: $37,4400.00
JOHNSON'S HARBOUR VIEW ESTATES SUBDIVISION (ELEUTHERA), All that vacant lot of land having an area of approximately 4,500 sq ft being lots 12E and 13W and is situated
in JOhnson Harbour View Estates Subdivision situated on the island of Eleuthera, Bahamas. Measuring and bounded as follows, northwardly by 20' wide road reservation and running
there on for a distance of 50 ft eastwardly by lot 13E and running thereon for a distance of 90 ft southwardly by lot 30, and running thereon for a distance of 25 ft and continuing on
lot 31 and running thereon a distance of 25 ft westwardly by lot 12W of the said subdivision and running thereon for a distance of 90 ft. This property is well lanscaped and fenced
in. This area is quiet and peaceful with all utilities and services available.
Appraisal: $45,000.00
The said pieces parcels or lot of land is situated in Johnson's Harbour View Estates Subdivision, Harbour Island, Eleuthera.







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Government to 'address pronto' regulator concern


FROM page 1B

focused on dealing with cross-
border supervision, co-opera-
tion with other regulators,.infor-
mation exchange and consoli-


dated supervision.
"We really need internally to
have the same level of co-oper-
ation between regulators as well
as information sharing, so
you're likely to see information
sharing along those lines," Mr


Smith said.
He was likely to have been
referring to the recommenda-
tions from the committee estab-
lished to review the Bahamian
financial services regulatory
regime. Among the issues they


For conditions of the sale and other information, please contact:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit at: 356-1685, 356-1608 Nassau, Bahamas
Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit,
P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas
To reach us before April, 2006
Directions: Travelling on the western side of the Main Eleuthera Highway and approximately 2,219 feet northerly
from Four for Nothing Road on the Island of Eleuthera, Bahamas
Financing available for the qualified persons
Serious enquires only




The College Of The Bahamas

Gerace Research Centre

STAFF VACANCIES

Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals for the following position:

1. FACILITY MANAGERIDIRECTOR'S ASSISTANT
The Gerace Research Centre has an opening for an individual to fill the position of Facilities
Manager/Director's Assistant by Fall 2006. We seek a mature, hard-working individual with
experience in mechanical repairs/maintenance. Good supervisory skills and a strong problem
solving ability are crucial. A background and interest in one of the Natural Sciences is also
required, as the individual will need to interact with researchers and educators who utilize
the facility as well as oversee the operation of the Gerace Research Centre in the absence
of the Executive Director.
Compensation for this position will be as follows:
Annual salary $32,000 (US tax free and negotiable after the first year).
Fully furnished apartment at the Gerace Research Centre
All living expenses (i.e. food and utilities) on the island
Moving expenses to San Salvador
One half of the cost for medical/hospitalization insurance.
Interested persons can send a request for a detailed position description and application
requirements by Friday, March 31, 2006 to:

Mr. Vincent Voegeli
The Executive Director
Gerace Research Centre
San Salvador, Bahamas
Email: grcss@juno.com

Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals for the following position:

2. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The Gerace Research Centre (GRC) is seeking to employ an Executive Director who will be
responsible for the overall direction and operation of the Centre. Duties will consist of the
following:
Search for and hire of teaching personnel for various GRC programs.
Coordinate the utilization of the GRC by various college and university groups that
provide their own students and instructors.
Coordinate research projects being undertaken by various scientists with the GRC
Research Committee and the specific Bahamas Government Ministries involved.
Organize and assist with the planning of various conferences and symposia, and
oversee the publication of the proceedings of such conferences.
Overall administration and daily management of the GRC through the following
departments: Physical Plant, Office, Housekeeping and Cafeteria.
Coordinate the logistical support of the GRC, which includes the purchasing and
transportation of supplies and the transportation of students, scientists and' personnel
to and from the island.
Overall business management of the GRC to maintain its full operation on a sound
financial base. This includes the monitoring of all incoming funds and the disbursement
of those funds through sound bookkeeping practices.

Qualifications:

A Doctoral degree is preferred in any of the natural sciences with the ability to involve
a new generation of scientists to utilize the GRC.
Administrative abilities to include good organizational skills and diplomacy to be able
to work with a wide range of personality types and with persons of various races and
cultures.
A good business sense in that the operation of the GRC is based on a limited budget.
A good mechanical sense in order to oversee the operation of a large physical plant
in a remote setting, especially when the Physical Plant Manager is not available.
Ability to promote the GRC for public relations and the obtaining of funding from
outside sources.
Compensation:

Annual salary of $45,000 (US tax free and negotiable after one year of service)
Fully furnished apartment on campus
All living expenses on the island (i.e. food and utilities) and all expenses for travel on
GRC business
Half of the cost of medical and hospitalization insurance
This position is to be filled by December 2006.
If interested, please send a request for additional information and application
requirements by Friday, March 31, 2006 to:
Dr. Donald T. Gerace
Gerace Research Centre
San Salvador, Bahamas
Email: dgerace@juno.com


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are focusing on are whether the
regulatory agencies should be
consolidated into one super-reg-
ulator, along the lines of the
UK's Financial Services
Authority (FSA), of whether
the Central Bank should stand
alone with all the others formed
into one.
Mr Smith said yesterday that
the committees: preliminary
recommendatis'fiiad. een
submitted, and these ere now
before the Cabinet for approval.
He indicated that, while he
could not presume to speak for
Prime Minister Perry Christie,
the cabinet reshuffle and bring-
ing mosof thl'e rgulators under
the Ministry ofFiiaince was
likely to make it easier to imple-
ment the probable recommen-
dations from the committee.
Mr Smith also indicated that


at some point in the future,
some of the functions of the
Registrar of Companies, which
is currently the Registrar Gen-
eral's Department, would be
brought under the Ministry of
Finance.
Mr Smith said: "It was no
secret that the financial regula-
tors in the Bahamas needed to
be consolidated. There would
have been external as well as
internal recommendations to
streamline the regulatory
reporting lines and improve effi-
ciency."
Under the previous govern-
ment structure, the Securities
Commission and Registrar of
Insurance, as well as the Regis-
trar General, had come under
the Ministry of Financial Ser-
vices and Investments.
The International Monetary


Fund (IMF) said last year that ii
was inappropriate for these two
regulators to be reporting to
that Ministry, since the latter's
chief aim was to promote finan-
cial services. The Fund and oth-
ers felt both objectives were
incompatible, even though the
Securities Commission was in
reality reporting to the Ministr)
of Finance.
Mr Smith described thai
arrangement as "rather uncom-
fortable and something thal
needed to be fixed", with the
consolidation under the Min-
istry of Finance having made
communications more efficient.
The Registrar-General's
Office has remained undei
Allyson Maynard-Gibson, the
former minister of financial ser-
vices and investments, in hei
new post as Attorney General.


Duties:
The candidate will be expected to:
Process payments and trade orders
Process confirmations and client statements
Client database maintenance
Process subscriptions/redemptions investment funds
Liaise sales force to process client transactions
Personal Qualities:
Excellent organizational and communication skills
Good work ethic and commitment to service excellence
Ability to work under pressure and with minimum supervision
Benefits provided Include:
Competitive salary and performance bonus
Health and Life Insurance

APPLICATIONS MUST BE IN WRITING. Persons not meeting the minimum requirements need not apply.
Applications should be submitted by fax to: (242) 302-6398
Or by mail to: Human Resources Department
P.O. Box N-4801
Nassau, Bahamas
St DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS MARCH 31, 2006









BSI OVERSEAS (BAHAMAS) LIMITED
BSI Overseas. (Bahamas) Limited, Nassau, Bahamas, an established
international private bank, with its headquarters in Lugano, Switzerland, is
presently accepting applications for the position of


TRUST & CENTRAL FILING ADMINISTRATOR


Applicants for the position of Trust & Central Filing Administrator must have
university degree or professional qualifications (i.e. STEP or ACIB) or equivalent
and at least 5 years progressive experience in the offshore banking industry,
ability to partner with team members, good level of accounting knowledge,
exteQniyf p.ei erience in documentation processing, must be confident and have
thorough knowledge of local legislation, regulatory & statutory matters as well as
international banking practices.

Personal qualities:-

Excellent organizational, communication and computer skills
Goal-oriented, self-motivated, positive attitude and outlook
Commitment to quality and service excellence & customer satisfaction
Flexibility in work hours
Able to perform with minimal supervision

Responsibilities:-

Administer trust, company and agency management & ancillary tasks
Administer account opening/closing procedures & data entry control
Update various registers and spreadsheets
Follow up receipt of required documentation, address queries & pending
Prepare Board Meeting presentations
Assist Bank Officer(s) with projects

Deadline for receipt of applications is 31st March, 2006.

Resumes should be faxed to #702 1253 or mailed or delivered to the offices of
BSI, addressed to :-
Personnel Officer
BSI Overseas (Bahamas) Limited
Bayside Executive Park, W. Bay St. & Blake Road
P. O. Box N-7130
Nassau, Bahamas
(ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE)
Only applicants having the above attributes will be contacted.


A Single Storey Commercial Building of concrete structure approximately 5 years old which an incomplete Gas
Station and Underground Fuel Storage Tank and comprising 2,121 sq. ft. situated on Lot No. 90-F (27,738 sq. ft.)
being a portion of a Lot of Land totaling 4.646 acres on Main Eleuthera, Queens Highway, Lower Bogue, Eleuthera
The property is well landscaped and is in close proximity to a Shopping Centre and Gas Station. Area Utilities:
Electricity, City Water and Telephone


CREDIT SUISSE

Credit Suisse Wealth Management
Limited
is presently considering applications for a
SPosition in Operations Department
Credit Suisse Private Banking is one of the world's premier private banks. It is setting new standards that
go beyond traditional banking services. Our dedicated and highly qualified staff provides our clientele with
comprehensive solutions in individual investment counseling and professional portfolio management. Our
total commitment is always to our clients and we focus without compromise on their financial well-being and
their personal values.


The position is open to candidates with the following minimum requirements:
Qualifications:
Recent graduate accredited University/College
PC Literacy (MS Word and Excel)
Excellent mathematics skills


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Consumer Bill


FROM page 1B

tor.
Mr Gray had previously
announced the creation of a
Consumer Commission, which
would have the ability to hear
disputes between consumers
and businesses, mediate and
resolve matters without hav-
ing the issue go before the
courts.
According to the former
Minister of Trade and Indus-
try, Leslie Miller, the Bill was
designed for "the poor those
who are unable to fend for
themselves".
But according to Mr Russell,
there was no provision in the
Bill for an appeal to the courts
after the outcome of any Conm-
mission' investigation.
In addition, he said: "It only
provides for the consumer to
make a complaint in section
seven. Because of this, one
can conclude that the Bill pre-
sumes businesses are guilty
even before a review is com-
pleted.
"There is no appeal to the
courts, but the Commission
can take accused persons to
court based on section 9 (2),
while'section 38 (a and d),
apart from the court using
damages to be paid to the con-
sumet, the commission will
.also be paid the cost incurred
in relation to the prosecution.
"It'iseems to me that the
court is being used to get back
at business people."
Many in the private sector
fear that their businesses could
be embroiled in lengthy dis
pute Processes sparked by friv-
olous or malicious complaints
from consumers, .The ,Tribtine
understands, .
Mr Miller responded: "This


in no wav prohibits anyone
from going through the court
system. In this country you
have redress to any complaiipt
made by any consumer. The
Commission is there to assist
those persons who cannot help
themselves, to help redress
through the judicial system in
the Bahamas for those who
can't afford it "
The Minister of Financial
Services and Investments, Vin-
cent Peet, rose on a point of
order to say that Mr Russell's
statements were "unfounded".
"Section 9 (2) of the Bill says
that if any question arises as
to whether the Consumer
Commission has jurisdiction to
investigate any case, the com-
mission may apply to the
courts. The court has the right
to look at the case and make a
decision based on the facts
before the court," he added..
Mr Russell continued his
objection to the Bill, stating:
"When a government passes a
law that will govern its citizens
and does not include itself, one
would wonder if the intent is
truly to provide consumer pro-.
tection for citizens. My ques-
tions is: Are you trying to be
fair or are you trying to cause
fear between all who provide
goods and services to con-
sumers. or is it just to get in
the way of the private sector
and fool the people while gov-
ernment does as it pleases?"
He recommended that ongo-
ing investigations and recom-
nmendations from'the Commis-
sion should be discontinued
once any party takes the mat-
ter to counL, "oi it ma1iy give the
impression Ihat the Comlmis-
sion has powers above and
beyond the' coatNf!.'. .:- .'
In Section i5 of the Bill. Mi
Russell said another, problem


arises for him, as he interpret-
ed it to mean that the Minister
of Consumer Affairs, Mr Gray,
had too much power to g:"
ern the business sector.
"It arbitrarily determines
who may import, if anyone,:
and rom where," said Mr Rus-
sell. "This is unacceptable for
power to be given to the min-
ister. The minister should not
be allowed to wake up one
morning and decide that today,
we will restrict x, y., z there is
no parameters."
Mr Miller retorted: "In no
way in this Bill was it ever
intended or implied that the
minister has the right or
responsibility of directing that
certain products cant enter into
the Bahamas. That is in the
vein of the Minister of Finance
and the Customs Department,
and they don't' overlap."
Pointing to Section 21, Mr
Russell said he could see that
requirement adding to the cost
of Bahamian manufactured
goods and small imported
items sold by the small busi-
ness man and the petty shops
throughout the country.
In Section 31 (1), he said
repair service records will
cause prices to increase for
business owners.
"Maybe it will help if the
Government could explain
how this information will help
the commission, the repair
company and the customer,
and how these three entities
interact," Mr Russell said.
He argued that the Bill pre-
sumes a person guilty before
review; does not bind the
Crown, especially in this case
where the Government is a
provider of goods and services:
Sthere.was no.avenue for appeal
to a higher court; and "it does..
not provide justice for all".


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We are currently seeking a part time accountant to join our team working
approximately 20 -25 hours per week. The ideal candidate will have 2 years
accounting experience in all aspects of accounting. Exceptional written and oral
communication skills combined with the ability to work with minimal supervision
will be key to this position. Advanced skills in Excel and Word are required and
knowledge of Accpac, accounting system would be an asset.

You would be reporting directly to the General Manager and Financial Controller
with the responsibility of preparing daily cash and sales reconciliations, accounts-"v
payable, weekly inventory and cost of sales reports, reconciliation of credit cards; b
and other administrative duties.

If you fit the above requirements please either fax your resume to the attention "
of the General Manager at 325-0141, or email your resume to
Nassaugm@hardrock.com.bs for consideration.









MUST SELL
An Office Building with a Warehouse comprising 2,300 sq. ft. situated
on Lot No. A (6,266 sq.ft.) being a portion of Lots 1 & 2, Block 2 of
Peardale Road in Peardale Subdivision off Wulff Road.



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For conditions of the sale and any other information, please contact:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit at
356-1685 or 356-1608 Nassau, Bahamas
Interested persons should submit offers in writing addressed to:
The Commercial Credit Collection Unit 1-0. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas to
reach us before April 14, 2006
Directions: Traveling west along Wulff Rd from Claridge Rd, take the first corer on the left, Peardale Road.
Heading South along Peardale Road the subject property is situated at the junction of Peardale Road and the
first cornet on the left (Peuadale Manor Road) .
Financing available for qualified persons.
Serious enquiries only


THURSDAY. MARCH 23, 2006. PAGE 7F3


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3rd Monday




3rd Monday

3rd Tuesday

3rd Tuesday




3rd Wednesday


Englerston A




Englerston B




Grove A




Grove B




Grants Town A




Graits Town B




Bain Tw^ i *


Bain Town B


Bain Town C


Kemp Road A




Kemp Road B




Culmersville A




Culmersville B




Montell Heights

Fox Hill A

Fox Hill B




Fox Hill C


Claridge Road East
Washington Street West
Robinson Road South
Wulff Road North

Podoleo Street East
Wulff Road West
East Street West
Robinson Road South

East Street East
Blue Hill Road West
Bahama Avedn-e "- North'
Robinsrnr Road South

Bahama Avenue South
Wulff Road North
Blue Hill Road West
East Street East*

Windsor Lane South
Ft. Fincastle North
East Street West
Collns Avenue East

Goal Alley North
Windsor Lane South
Market Street West
East Street East

Meadow Street North
Poincainna Drive South
Blue Hill Road East
Nassau Street West

Meadow Street South
Blue Hill Road East
Nassau Street West
Bay Street North

Big Pond
Black Village

Shirley Street North
Wulff Road South
Village Road East
Kemp Road West

Shirley Street North
Wulff Road South
Kemp Road East
Mackey Street West

Madeira Street North
Wulff Road South
Mackey Street East
Montrose Avenue West

Wulff Road North
Madeira Street South
Montrose Avenue East
Collins Avenue West

Montell Heights Project

Foxdale Subdivision

Romer Street North
Blueberry Hill South
Blueberry Hill East
Fox Hill Road West

Fox Hill Road East
Adderley Street West
Bernard Road South
Step Street North

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MINISTRY OF ENERGY & THE ENVIRONMENT
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
HEALTH SERVICES



PrULIC NOTICE


BULK WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE


THE DEPARTMENT, OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES WISHES TO

ANNOUNCE THE COMMENCEMENT OF ITS BULK WASTE PROGRAM WITH EFFECT

FROM MARCH 13", 2006.



THE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO ASSIST THE COMMUNITY WITH PROPER

DISPOSAL OF BULKY ITEMS NAMELY FURNITURE, AND APPLIANCES. THESE

ITEMS MUST BE PLACED AT THE FRONG OF THE PROPERTY AWAY FROM

UTILITY LINES TO ALLOW CLEARANCE BY THE REMOVAL EQUIPMENT.



PERSONS RESIDING OUTSIDE OF THE LISTED DISTRICTS MAY CONTACT THE

SOLID WASTE DIVISION (341-1969) TO EFFECT SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS.


SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISIVISON

BULK WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE



DATE OF AREA/CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARY
COLLECTION







HAU 8. T SA MAC 23, 20 Im r


FROM page 4B

ing industry will not submit a rival
bid to their all-cash offer, priced
at $76 per share. Kerzner Inter-
national's shares closed down
$0.22 or 0.28 per cent last night at
$77.73, just above the offer price,
a sign that Wall Street may be
losing confidence that a rival offer


will emerge. Bear Stearns down-
graded Kerzner International
from 'Peer Perform' to 'Outper-
form' earlier this week following
the stock's more than 13 per cent
jump on news of the buy-out,
when.the shares closed"ta 5 per
cent above the offer price, h while
we think there is the potenlnal [or
higher bids, we see limited upside
(0 to 8 per cent) from current lev-


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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2005
1N THE SUPREME COURT No. 00453
Equity Side

IN THE A.\T TER of all that piece parcel or'k f .. -:
having an area of 54,890.88 square feet situlate in the Island
of Crooked Island one of The Islands of The Commonwealth
of The Bahamas and being a lot of land situate on the
southern side of The Queens Highway bounded on the North
by the said Queens Highway and running thereon One
Hundred and Fifty one and Eighty Hundredths (151.80) feet
and on the WEST by land said to be the property of Virginia
Deleveaux and running thereon Three Hundred Sixty one
and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet aid on the SOUTH by
land now or formerly the property of The Anderson Family
and running thereon One Hundred and Fifty one and Eighty
Hundtredths (151.80) feet and on the EAST by land said to
be the property of Lucky Winter and running thereon Three
Hundred and Sixty one and Si'\i Htiitdredths (361.60) feet.

AND IN THE M.T 1F.R of the Quieting Titles Act 1959

AND IN THE MATTER of the Petition of'FEORENCE
ANDERSON

NOTICE OF PETITION

Notice is hereby given that Florence Anderson of the Southern district of the Island
of New Providence (hereinafter called "the Petitioner") claims to be the owner of
the encumbered fee simple in possession of the land hereinafter described, that is
to say:
ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 54,890.88 square
fee situate in the island of Crooked Island -one of the Islands of The Commonwealth
of The Bahamas and being a lot of land situate on the southern side of The Queens
Highway bounded on the NORTH by the said Queens Highway and running thereon
One Hundred and Fifty-one and Eighty Hundredths (151.80) feet and on the WEST
by land said to be the property of Virginia Deleveaux and running thereon Three
Hundred Sixty-one and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet and on the SOUTH by
land now or formerly the property of The Anderson Family and running thereon
One Hundred and Fifty-one and Eighty Hundredths (151.80) feet and on the EAST
by land said tc be the property of Lucy Winter and running thereon Three Hundred
and Sixty-one and Sixty Hundredths (361.60) feet.

A Plan of the said land may be inspected during normal office hours in the
following places:-

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court in the City of Nassau
(b) The Chambers of McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes situate at Mareva
House, 4 George Street, Nassau, Bahamas
(c) The notice board at the office of the Administrator, Crooked Island

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having dower or right of dower
or any adverse claim or a claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or before
the 28th day of May A.D., 2006 file in the Supreme Court and serve on the Petitioner
and the undersigned an statement of their claim in the prescribed form, verified
by an Affidavit to be filed therewith together with a plan of the area claimed and
an abstract of their title to the said area claimed by them. Failure of an such person
to file and serve a statement of claim on or before the 28th day of May, A.D. 2006
wiil operate as a bar to such claim.

Dated this 20th day of February A.D., 2006

McKINNEY, BANCROFT & HUGHES
Chambers
Mareva House
4 George Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioner
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'Go to court'


'mind bo


over





ing'


Consumer Bill


FROM page 1B

businesses would not have
been in business for the length
Of time they have been if all
they did was rip people off.
S"The Bahamian consumer is
not stupid, as the Minister and
government would like people
to believe. They know what is
4 deal and what is not a deal,
and know the risks involved if
something appears shady..
' "Is it right for the Govern-
(nent to micro-manage busi-
ness, which is'what they're
doing. They're basically com-
ug in and telling us how to run
the business..
- Approach
S"It's nothing more than
Miind boggling to me the
approach they've taken to it.
They have no concept of doing
business, at the end of the
day."
4 Other suggested amend-
iments by the Chamber that


will not be included in the Bill
was the suggestion that busi-
nesses be allowed to give infor-
mation to the consumer "both
orally and/or in writing".
Provide
As written, the business has
to provide "all information" in
the English language in writing
and orally, something the pri-
vate sector fears will prove
onerous to both consumers
and business. Companies
believe it is unreasonable to
expect businesses to read an
entire manual relating to a
product before a client leaves.
Ultimately, Mr Lowe said
the legislation as passed "will
increase the cost of doing busi-
ness, the costs to the consumer
and the delays they face".
"It's going to cost the con-
sumer more money and many
of the terms. and conditions are
going to cost the consumers
extra delay," Mr Lowe said.
He added that his company's
attorney had already been
instructed to bring the firm


into line with the legislation;
drafting numerous forms that
consumers will have to fill out.
Other concerns regarding
the Bill are understood to
include the fact that all com-
panies will have to provide
written repair estimates to
clients before they leave,
rather than wait for the cus-
tomer to request this. This has
been branded as further
increasing costs to the con-
sumer.
Mr Lowe also pointed out
that the Bill did not appear, to.
bind the Government and its
many agencies .and ministries,
even though they frequently
provided goods and services to
the Bahamian public.
Proposed
He added that the proposed
Consumer Commission would
add a further layer of bureau-
cracy to the process of address-
ing consumer grievances, and
essentially allowed for a two-
track procedure that ran along-
side any court cases.
The Government is under-
stood to have agreed to make
minor amendments to the
Consumer Protection Bill at
its Third Reading or Commit-


tee Stage. It was yesterday
undergoing its Second Read-
ing.
Concern
However, the major concern
of the Chamber and other pri-
vate sector bodies' has been
that the Bill places a huge
amount of power in the hands
of the Minister responsible,
while seemingly limiting the
power of the courts. They have
.urged that if there is a prob-
lem with the courts, this needs
to be fixed rather than circum-
vented.
I The private sector is ulti-
mately concerned that the Bill
is attempt to legislate every last
detail of the relationships and
transactions that take place
between the Bahamian busi-
ness community and con-
sumers.
In addition to increasing the
costs and bureaucracy of doing
business in the Bahamas,
which are already high and
could harm the nation's com-
petitiveness, the private sector
is also understood to feel it will
penalise legitimate businesses
while failing to really target
the crooks and conmen in the
'black economy'.


NOTICE
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 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.


is seeking to employ a
Development Manager
for projects under construction in Abaco and Nassau.
Applicants are required to have a background in
construction and possess people skills.
Applications to be submitted to info@carletonlanding.com



requires the assistance of a temporary
Assistant Secretary.
SApplicants must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word
and Excel). Applicant must possess some experience in the
adnunistrative field.
O BPlease respond to:
P.O. Box N-8285, Nassau, Bahamas
or, Email to: ryoung@gtbahamas.com




for immediate employment.
Salary commensurate with experience.
One Attorney with 5 years experience &
One with 2 years experience.
Send Resume to P.O. Box N-1462,
Nassau, Bahamas, Fax 393-4910 or
call 394-0043 for an appointment.







Vacant Lot No. 7 comprising 19,191 sq.ft or
0.44 acres situated on the northern side of
Carmichael Road and approximately 1/2 miles
west of Gladstone Road.

The property is in close proximity to a
Government Subdivision, which is presently
under development. Utilities available are
electricity, city water and telephone.

For conditions of the sale and any other
information, please contact: The Commercial
Credit Collection Unit at:
Phone: 356-1685 or 356-1608, Nassau

Interested persons should submit offers in
writing addressed to:

The Commercial Credit Collection Unit
P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas
To reach us by no later than April 21, 2006

Financing available for qualified purchaser


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



NOTICE
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 signebdlstateient 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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Old Bahama Bay Resourt & Yacht Harbour has a vacancy for

ROOMS DIVISION DIRECTOR.

Responsibilities include:
* Directs the activities of the Front Office, including Reservations,
Bell Service/ Concierge, Housekeeping, Laundry Services.
* Marketing input/output, Rental balancing, Guest Services.
* Administration and planning of forecast and budget, optimization
of profit potential and revenue maximization and cost reduction
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* Marketing and Sales, such as the coordination and the
implementation of effective and responsible business practices
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than 5:00 pm, 29 March, 2006.


NOTICE

IN THE ESTATE OF MICHAEL S
WEBER late of 114 Parkhurst Road,
Wilton, Saratoga County in the State
of New York one of the States of the
United States of America.
deceased


NOTICE is hereby given that all persons
having any claim or demalid against the
above Estate are required to send the same
duly certified in writing to the Undersigned
on or before the 10th day of April, 2006,
after which date the Executrix will proceed
to distribute the assets having regard only
to the claims of which she shall then have
had notice

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


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


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Thomas disappointed





despite final achievement


* HIGH JUMP
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior.Sports
Reporter

MELBOURNE: Any oth-
er competitor coming up the
ranks as fast as Donald.
Thomas would have been
content with a fourth place
finish in his first major inter-
national meet.
But when Thomas walked
off the field, leaving the
XVIII Commonwealth
Games' bronze medal
behind, he was frustrated
with himself.
"I just couldn't get it
together at the end," said
Thomas, who shocked the
entire stadium when the


GAMES


announcer said that he was
competing in his tennis
shoes before they were dis-
played on the big screen in
the Melbourne Cricket
Grounds.
"If I didn't hit down those
bars when I did, I would
have had the bronze because
the guy who got the medal,
we were tied at the same
height." .:
In what was considered a
remarkable achievement for
a novice competitor.,


Demeritte disqualified


in 200m semifinal

* TRACK AND FIELD
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter

MELBOURNE: Dominic Demeritte's bid to become the
only Bahamian sprinter to make it to the semifinal of the 100
or 200 at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds were dashed on
Wednesday night.
Demeritte came off the curve out of the race, but surged back
for a third place finish in his heat of the men's 200 metres
and an automatic berth into the semifinals.
But, before he could focus on tonight's rounds, the officials
at the XVIII Commonwealth Games posted a DQ (disquali-
fication) behind his name on the scoreboard.
Assistant coach Fritz Grant said he and team manager Julie
Wilson immediately went to investigate and, after reviewing the
film, "we saw where he actually stepped on the line three
times."
"As a result of that, he was disqualified because of the
IAAF's lane violation rules," Grant said. "We brought
Dominic down and allowed him to see it for himself and he saw
where he stepped on the line coming around the curve between
the 120-110 mark."
Wilson said he was very disappointed for Demeritte, con-
sidering how well he ran the last part of his race to come back
in third place. But after he saw it for himself, "he accepted it."
Putting everything in perspective, Demeritte said he's angry
at himself.
"It's a big competition at the end of the season and I didn't
get any sleep last night because I really wanted to make the
final," he stressed. "I knew I could beat these guys.
"By me just powering back the way I did, showed me that I
have the strength. I just have to put my race together. Whatever
happens from here happens. I went out and did my best."
Also doing his best was Jamial Rolle, who ran 21.33 for
sixth place in heat three. However, it only placed him 20th on
the overall standings, eliminating him from the semifinal.
The top 16 competitors advanced and the last spot went to
Seth Amoo of Ghana in 21.04.
"It wasn't good at all," Rolle stressed. "My legs felt flat. I
think I'm still jet lagged. I've only been here for five days and
trying to adjust my body to compete on the other side of the
world so early in the year, is a different feeling. I finally felt it.
I thought I was running in quick sand."
Rolle said he will go back to Atlanta to continue his training
and hopefully he will be back in action on April 16.


Thomas soared above the 7-
feet, 3 1/4-inches that
brought him to national
prominence in January to
clear 7-4 1/4 on the bigger
international stage.
The bronze was won by
Kyriacos loannou, who also
came out of the drama-filled
competition at 7-4 1/4. But
he got the edue with ever
-knol'kdo \ ns than Th 'ias.
While Canadijn llark
.Bos\\ell had a clear pr h to
the gold at 2.26. MN rtyn
*RBernard f Fnpl.nlnd nicked


up the
height
downs.

P<

Thorn
ball pla
jumped
until he
nothing
Yet, wh
he had t
off a me
hard on
"I'll
Thomas
head to I
versity
training


launch his professional track
career. "I know I can com-
pete. with these guys."
And to do it in tennis
shoes, rather than in sprints,
showed that he definitely
has the potential..
Bahamas' head coach Kei-
th Parker was still ecstatic
about what he witnessed.
"Like I told you before he
started jumping, the young
man has the most raw talent
than I've seen in anybody in
any event," said Parker, who
has coached some of the
Bahamas' best field athletes
in -li> inie.
"He lh.d a tan club \\ith
all of the coaches TheN kept
coming over and asking
about him. They still can't
believe that he' h's onl\.


siler at the same-'jumed.,ou eight com-
with more k~ '. I, fii..'cludrgthe ual-
S -i tng- ro u n d.
"' 'i^Pb,ki %Na\,hoh\\ hungrN
tential d a I
when he knocked the ba't
S twice at 2.15metres. After
as, a former basket- making n,.adjustment to his
yer who had never un-up. e e back and
in a competition cleared u i
did so tfis- Ne;r. had clearcd it
did so this ear. had Those were the two jumps
to be ashamed of. th lt made the difference
[en he realized that between touih nd bronze
the potential to pull fI Thomas.
edal, he came down "He's very smart," said
himself. Parker.
be back,."said Team manager Julie Wil-
who is expected to son said, "I thought he
Louisiana State Uni- son said, thought he
to begin his formal showed a lot of heart, get-
asto begin his formal ting back into it when he
as he prepares to knocked down those two


* LONG JUMP
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter


MELBOURNE: It wasn't the type of per-
formance that Osbourne Moxey expected.
As the last of the 12 competitors to enter
the run-way in the men's long jump final at
the XVIII Commonwealth Games, Moxey fin-
ished in that same spot after he turned in a
best of 7.36 metres on his third attempt.
It wasn't enough to enable him to stay in
the final jump off between the final eight com-
petitors for one of the three medals on Wednes-
day night at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds.
"It was just one of those things," said a
dejected Moxey, as he tried to put his perfor-
mance in perspective. "I just didn't do any-
thing out there to talk about."
After he scratched his first jump, Moxey
cleared 7.30 on his second attempt.
Only Gregory Rutherford of England had a
worse jump when he cleared 5.46 on his open-
er. But Rutherford bounced back with a 7.85 on
his second attempt that pushed him to eight and
Moxey responded with 7.36 that kept him
where he started.


attempts. We thought that
he might have been out of
it, but he got through."
Although he and Ioannou
were battling for the bronze,
Parker and Wilson said
Thomas certainly showed a
lot of promise and could be
the "real deal" to replacing
national record holder Troy
Kemp on the international
scene.

Appetite

Thomas certainly thinks
, so. He feels the games have
whetted his appetite for big-
ger and better things to
come.
Possibly the national
record. Give him two years
with some proper training
and he will definitely
achieve that goal, Parker
summed up.
But Parker said it will be
interesting to see how
Thomas responds to the
challenge when he comes
home for the Bahamas
Association of Athletic
Associations' national cham-
pionships in July.
He will have a rematch
with Trevor Barry, who
defeated him in their colle-
giate head-to-head match-
up. Barry, however, was
unable to attend the games
because of his commitment
to compete for Dickerson
State.


While the crowd played a factor, Moxey said
he tried to block them out so he could con-
centrate on what he had to do.
"I had problems with a lot of stuff, but the
year is still young and we're working on a lot of
things," he said. "This was more of a test to see
where I'm at. We have it on film and it's going
to painful to watch it, but I have to watch it and
see what went wrong."
On Saturday, Moxey's training partner Anto-
nio Saunders will be in the pit in the final of the
men's triple jump. On Friday, Jackie Edwards
will be in the final of the women's long jump.
Edwards, who is now coached by world long
jump record holder Mike Powell at UCLA,
popped the fifth best mark of 6.42 yesterday to
qualify for the final. She was fourth in Group B.
Browyn Thompson of Australia was the top
qualifier with a season's best of 6.71, followed
by Jamaica's Elva Goulbourne with 6.55; Eng-
land's Jade Johnson with 6.52 and Australia's
Kerrie Taurima with 6.48.
She will be the fourth competitor on the run-
way behind Taurima. The first jumper will be
Gillian Cooke of Scotland with Johnson as the
second competitor.


since it is being sanctioned, by,
them. I don't know if the; meeb
the athletes went on was to rqp-,
resent the country or if it was
just another meet.
"People go away for various'
reasons, maybe they went for thkb
competition. But I thought the
competition here was pretty'
good, so if Cache was here and
she was capable of beating. the,
girl she would have ran,56 or
even a 55 second quarter. Bt.
overall I want what is best fpr,
the athlete."
A meeting between Clerre'
and Sands is scheduled for this
week.


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Coaches' concern

over athletes

competing at,

Miami meet

TRACK AND FIELD
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
CONCERNED coaches hayv
approached Bahamas Associa',
tion of Athletic Associations
(BAAA) president Mike Sands
about three high school athletes
who competed in the Miami Invi-
tational track and field meet -
instead of the BAAA.high
school nationals this past weeli-
end.
High school athletes Cache:
Armbrister, Sheniqua Fergusohn
and T'Shonda Webb are m'em-
bers of the Speed Dyna'mies
track club, which is coached by,
GeorgejCleare.
Cleare took a five mefnb,er
team to the meet hoping that,the
athletes would run faster times,
compared to the times they've
posted at past track and fi'ed.
meets.
But taking the athletes from a
school event didn't rest well-with-
some coaches who are se6kinig
answers from Sands. ,..
Sands said: "I've had several;
complaints with regards to sv-;
eral persons leaving the country'
to compete at a meet. I have not
had the opportunity to speik t
Mr Cleare on the matter at this
point.
"But I have asked the BAAA'
office to verify several thingsfor.
me before I speak to Mr Clearer
I will need this information, ver-,
ification of certain things befvte
I can sit down and speak toMr
Cleare. I will hold all comments
until then. ,..
"I want Mr Cleare to giv',e '
his side of the story beforeI
release an official statement' to'
the p'iiblie."
When the Tribune asked Sahds if
any possible action can behtakenv
with the athletes and, coaches;'
Sands' reply was "there.are.
always actions that can be taken,
the question is whether or not
actions are warranted.
"I will need to speak to"Mr'
Cleare and to the coaches f the
schools who were affected.'"
The trio, Armbrister, FeIgdson
and Web'b, all compete in'the
under20 girls division. Armbris-
ter attends St Augustine's. Col-
lege, Ferguson is enrolled at the
Jordan Prince William high
school while Webb is in her
senior year at the RM Bailey
high school.
The BAAA high school
nationals is a required event for
junior athletes hoping to qualify '
for international event. '
According to Sands, based on
the ruling by the IAAF, all club
teams must seek clearance from
the governing body of track and.
field in the country.
But Cleare said the decision
to take the athletes to the mebt
rests solelyon the athlete's par-.
ents, who were also concerned
about bettering times and expos-
ing their children.
Cleare said: "I didn't take any
athlete to the games that'didin't
have their parent's permission.
For the record, every high school
athlete that went on the tritpthis.
weekend went with their parents.
"In terms of them not running,
that is a decision that was made
by their parents. The parentsate
the ones who sit in the stanrids,
week in and out, watching hir,
children run.
"They want what is best fr,
their children and because 'of
that they want them to run in
meets they feel will give thlna a.
push. For coaches to say that I
took the athletes from a school
event is wrong because tlie jIl'
went with their parents. Aiid'this
is something the coaches need;
to take up with their parents; I
am not in charge of the athletes,,
the parents are." ,
Armbrister, who competes in;
the 200m and 400m, postedtigies.
of 25.04 seconds and 56.43"'s'c-'
onds respectively at the lliami
Invitational. The winning' ties
in the events at the national'high"
school were 25.02 seconds:inth'e
200m and 57.33 seconds. r.'\
After seeing the times pasted,
in the finals of the events, head,
coach of the St Augustine's Col-:
lege William Johnson said he,
believes that Armbrister was
capable of improving her timi'es
at the meet if she was givena the
opportunity.
Johnson said: "The nationals'
are hosted by the BAAA and so'
personally I don't know the rea->
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TRIBUNE SPORTS


SPORTS


Impressed


by the set-up




in Melbourne


'DAY Mates. It's
G Thursday and the
XVYII Commonwealth
Games are almost over.
Thrpe days-and counting.
So.far, my return trip
'DoeWn Under' has been
even more impressive than
what'I experienced in Syd-
ney"iw 2000 at the Olympic
Games.
Thle facilities are so huge,
they've made me more anx-
iausJo see what the new
sportibig complex will look
like:after the Chinese Gov-
ernment is completed with
the'itransformation of the
Queen Elizabeth Sports
Ceditfe.
'Take for instance, the
M8ilbourne Exhibition Cen-
tre, which has been my office
aw4ayjfrom The Tribune it
cqild.host the all of the
media houses in the
Bahamas in the same room..
-That's just how big that
roofhialone is.
'Btit'the building itself is a
different story.
Incar edition to the media
cptire, the MXC has hosted
up.to three different sporting:
events at the same time..And
ineach of the venues, they
havd ,seated more persons
that we could pack together
in-'tl K'endal Isaads, DW
Davist and AF Adderley
Gyms.
That's just awesome.
It's like taking a stroll
dowwnBay Street.,
The. other venues that I've
beento are just as largeJr7
-The track and field com-
petition, for instance, is
being held at the Melbourne
Ciriket Grounds. This facil-
ity has four levels with an
underground parking lot.'
That's just how big cricket
is in Australia, compared to
athletics.
-No wonder why events
such as the Commonwealth;
and the Olympic Games are
a"ldng way from being held
in the Caribbean. Jamaica'
was fortunate to have had a


STUBBS


OPINION


She did that in snatching
gold from Williams-Darling
with Amertil, still getting
over the journey from the
IAAF World Indoors, set-
tling for fourth a position
no athlete likes to finish in.
Also fresh from the World
Indoors, Chris 'Bay' Brown
didn't have ithe leg speed
either and he was nipped at
the line to finish fourth as
well in the men's 400 final.
The big story on the track
team, however, surrounded a
novice high jumper named
Donald Thomas. He sur-
prised the entire field and
shocked the stadium with his
fourth place finish.
Based on his performance,
Thomas is going to be a
household name in the
future.
The three members in.
boxing performed as best as
they could. But it's obvious
that a greater interaction is
needed by the federation
and their training camp that
is based in Cuba.
It's no use sending the


to compete at this level, but
the technical aspects of the
sport is what is hurting us
the most.
As for the three-member
swimming team, I think they
gave it their best, but, at this
level, in order for them to
be more competitive, they
may have to start specialis-
ing in their events.
Competing in six and sev-
en events over a five day
period and hoping to.make it
back from the morning heats
session to the evening finals
every day is kind of hard -
especially when you're
matched against competitors
who are ranked among the
top ten in the world.
It just takes too much out
of your body.
While I applaud Jeremy
Knowles for making it to
three finals, I think he prob-
ably would have been much
more successful if he had
limited the amount of events
that he participated in.
It's remarkable that Chris
Vythoulkas has performed
as well as he did, given the
fact that he only had two
months of training. But the
games have been on the
agenda and there's no
excuse for not being,ready.
Alana Dillette was as com-
petitive as she could be, con-
sidering that this was just her
debut on the senior interna-
tional scene. She will defi-
nitely get better as time pro-
gresses.
Anyway, I still have more
work to do.
The games will not be
completed until Sunday
when the two-man cycling
team of Barron 'Turbo'
Musgrove and Jonathan
Massie are back in a much
more gruelling road race
than they experienced in the
40 kilometre individual time
trials.


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"The track and field
competition is being held at
the Melbourne Cricket
Grounds. This facility has four
levels with an underground
parking lot. That's just how big
cricket is in Australia,
compared to athletics."
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chance to host one of these
eyepit when they did.
.:Thqse games have just got-
t:en-so, much bigger and the
attendance of the crowds has
been'swelled every year with
more and more countries
iicteasing the size of their
teams.
it;,ieminds you of the
cpra'd following in and
aprupd the venues at the
QOymrpic Games.
As for the competition,
vcen(;though the United
Stat6s-and the Russians are
n'ot part of the British
Comrfionwealth, the perfor-
miances of the athletes here
hais Dot diminished. In fact,
the general consensus is that
these, have been one of the
ma-st competitive games
ever. ,
-La'vern Eve got the ball
rolling for the Bahamas with
fi'er-ilver this time around.
But sie 'realised how tough
it Wa's when she was sur-
prised by Sonette Viojean,
the .unknown factor in the
wpoqen's javelin, who
claimed ithe gold.
':-Tonique Williams-Darling
a'id- Christine Amertil
should have both been
mid'al winners, but Christine
Ohuriiogu proved that if you
don't come with your A
gapte, you 'will get beaten.


boxers to Cuba to train
when the federation or the
national coaches don't mon-
itor their progress.
Tureano 'Reno' Johnson
was a prime example. He
was leading his welterweight
fight by about four points
and national coaches Andre
Seymour and Leonard.
'Boston Blackie' Miller
instructed him to box his
opponent.
Had Johnson continue to
pile up the punches as he did
in the first three rounds, he
could have been able to
move on. Instead, he got
away from what had him in
control and he paid dearly
for it.
He was out of the compe-
tition on the first night along
with lightweight Levan Stew-
art and light welterweight
Carl Hield, who obviously
were out-classed by their
respective opponents.
The point scoring system
is something else that has
haunted our boxers. While
the federation officials will
disagree, if the system is not
used on a regular basis at
home, it makes it even more
difficult for the boxers to
adjust when they compete
on the international scene.
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Angels face

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game against

"the Truckers
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By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
DEFENDING, champions
in the New Providence Wom-
en's Basketball Association
(NPWBA) the New Cleaner
Angels have found themselves
in a hole heading into game
three of the league's champi-
onships.
Down two games to the
Johnson Lady Truckers, the
Angels are in a do-or-die state
and will need to win today's
games to hold off the Truckers
from their first championship
title.
But the Truckers are out to
stop that happening. Knowing
that the Angels will come into
game three of the best of five
series with a winning mind set,
Truckers head coach Jeannie
Minnis said her team will not
let up.
As in the previous two
games, when the Truckers
used their press to contain the
Angels' two guards, Sharelle
Cash and Suzette McKenzie,
the team will be looking for-
ward to applying it once again.
In Tuesday's game, Cash
and McKenzie combined for
52 of the Angels' point as the.
Truckers won 90-85.
Stepping up big for the
Truckers was Shantelle Rolle,
Glenda Gilcud and Latoya
Rolle.
The trio had a combined
scoring of 66 points, Shantelle
led with 33 points,. Gilcud with
21 and Latoya chipped in with
12 points.
Despite the team effort put
forth by the Truckers, the
Angels weren't about to roll
over and play dead.
Taking a one point lead in
the first quarter, the Angels
charged into the second,
outscoring the Truckers once
again.
But the Truckers tied things
up at the half and, by the
sound of the third quarter
buzzer, they were out to
extend their second quarter
run.
With Shantelle taking on
Cash and Gilcud holding
McKenzie, Latoya's role was
to quickly pick up either Cash
or McKenzie if they got away.
When Latoya stepped up to
pick up the slack, the Angels
relied on Roberta Quant to
pass the ball over the half
court line before a violation
was called.
With no one to pass the ball
to, the Angels committed
turnover after turnover.
The turnovers.led to a 15-2
run by the Truckers and a 37-
17 third quarter scoring.
But, like true champions,
the Angels came storming
back in grand fashion.
Holding the Truckers to
only 13 points in the last
quarter, the Angels scored
28.
But time wasn't on their
side. With the clock ticking,
the Angels tried all they could
to stop the truckers from scor-
ing, but the connection by
Shantelle would seal the victo-
ry for the Truckers and leave
the Angels panicking for a
win.
The Truckers are hoping to
close out the series tonight.
The championship games are
set to begin at 7pm at the DW
Davis gymnasium.


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misses out on medal


I TRACK AND FIELD
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
MELBOURNE: Like a
true warrior, Chris 'Bay'
Brown battled it right to the
end of the men's 400 metres
final on Wednesday night. He
fought for a XVIII Common-
wealth Games' medal until it
slipped away from him at the
line.
After he watched Aus-
tralian favourite John Stef-
fensen pull away from him on
the home stretch, Brown tried
to stay in the fight until he
was also passed by Alleyne
Francique of Grenada.
Holding onto the bronze as
he reached the final line,
Brown stayed tall, while
Jamaican Jenhaine Gonzalez
leaned on the outside of him
to secure the medal. Brown
had to settle for fourth.
"Coming here all the way
from Russia, I had to psyche
myself out and just go with
the flow and hope for the
best," Brown stated. "I just
thank the Lord I came in
healthy and I went out
healthy."
Brown, the bronze medalist
from the World Indoor
Championships in Moscow
the week before the games
got started, had a pretty good
start running out of lane
three. Trailing Steffensen in
lane four, Brown made up the
stagger on the back stretch
and had the lead going on the
curve.
He had a slight lead as they
came off, going down the
home stretch.
With the crowd cheering
him on at the Melbourne
Cricket Ground, Steffensen
shifted into another gear and
powered past the field to
claim the gold in 44.73. Fran-
cique, the silver medalist from
Moscow, had a little more in
his tank as he pulled off the
silver in 45.09.
And, in a dog fight to the
finish, the taller Gonzales
leaned on Brown to secure
the bronze in 45.16. Brown'.
was timed in 45.19, but he
admitted that he ran as best as
he could under the circum-
stances.
"I think I could have set-
tled a little more. That was
what caused me the race," he
pointed out. "I think if I was
relaxed a little more, I would
have been right there in the
race at the end."
As for Gonzales, Brown
said it was just the "luck of
the draw" as he did what
coaches have preached to all
their athletes in practice, nev-
er gave up until you cross the
line.
"I really wasn't looking at
going home with a fourth
place," Brown stated. "Hope-


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FOR THE LATE


IVAN RICHARDO FERGUSON
Born: December 16th, 1957
Died: March 7th, 2006
Aged: 48 years

THE ASSEMBLY HALL of JEHOVAH'S
WITNESSES
Dolphin Drive off J..K
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Friday, March 24th, 2006 at 6:00pm
OFFICIATING:
Brother Allison Dean

According to his wish, Ivan Richardo Ferguson was
cremated in Little Rock Arkansas prior to this
memorial service.
He is survived by his wife, Nicole; his mother,
Veronica Ferguson; his brother, Adlai; his sisters,
Kaylinda Knowles and Daphne; his niece, Amy; his
in-laws, Edward and Sherry Minnis, Ritchie and
Roshanne Eyma, and Geno Knowles; his uncles-
Austin Williams, Franklyn Ferguson, and Wesley
Ferguson; his aunts- Lucille Williams, Carmen
Hepburn, Shirley Armbrister, Eloise Gibson, and
Marina Taylor; a host of other relatives and friends;
and thousands of spiritual brothers among the
worldwide association of Jehovah's Witnesses.


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n Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNER~~~AL SRIE O


Origen Edward Tinker, 62
of #28 Oxford Drive, South Beach will be
held on Saturday March 25th, 2006 at 1.1:00
a.m. at St. Agnes Anglican Church, Baillou
Hill Road. Fr. Rodney Burrows assisted by
Fr. Mervyn Johnson will officate. Interment
will be made in Woodlawn Gardens Soldier
Road.

Left to cherish precious and profound
memory of this great man, Origen Edward
a e. DTinker, are
his loyal and dedicated wife, Mavis
Edgecombe-Tinker; his daughter Denise
Abrahamsen, step-children, Sharon and
Barry Moss, Reno, Raynard and Alexanderia Rigby; son-in law, Shaun
Abrahamsen, grandchildren, Bria Woods, Kevin Tinker Jr., Richa and
Richiun Moss, Deja; Rashad, Rhyan and Zarah Rigby; mother-in-law,
Florence Gibson-Taylor; brother, Kirk Tinker Sr., sisters, Donna Jorge
and Joy McMillan of New York, USA; brothers-in-law including, Errol
and Rispah Edgecombe and Neville Adderley; sisters-in-law including,
Caroline Tinker, Deidre Henfield, Sophia Poitier and Cherry Augustus;
aunt, Rev. Doris Tinker; uncles, Alfred Taylor of Chicago, USA and Irvin
Taylor; nieces, Saisha Braithwaite, Ashley Hollyingsworth, Danielle
McMillan, Regina, Kyra and Wendy Tinker; nephews, Ricardo Jorge,
Darren McMillan, Kirk, Jr., Gary, Kenson, Charlton and Tamar Tinker;
cousins, Glynn and Nadine Braithwaite of New Jersey, USA, Joseph Taylor
of. New York, USA, Rose Butler, Cynthia Boothe, Dianne Penn of New
York, USA, Ruth, Alma, Carla, Kim and Emily Taylor, Lona Munroe,
Louise Hutchinson of Miami, Florida, Kelcine Hamilton, Rhona Johnson
and family, Ian Penn, Kenneth, Kendal, Dennis, John, Lester, Edward,
Brain Irvin, Edward, Rodney, Alfred, Neville and Nathan Taylor, Otis
Deveaux, Wendell, Brian, Eldridge Taylor, Sheila Taylor and Herman;
other relatives and friends, Cheryl Edgecombe, Lydia Adderley, Vangy
Brown, Nadia Wisdom, Rose Gibson and family, Janet Lightbourne, Verna
Elcock, Louise Adderley, Clarice Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Francis,
Rudolph Stubbs, George Collymore, Gwendolyn Gibson, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Charlow, Yvonne Adderley, Rodney and Leona Ferguson, Mervin
Hepbun and family, Arthur Sweeting, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wring, Patsy
Wring, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Pratt, Josleyn
Mackey, Nurse Hanna-Grant and the staff of the Kidney Centre, James
Smith, Clyde Sawyer, Leslie Johnson, Dave Hanna and the staff of Hanna's
Plumbing, Corrine Mitchell and family, Vernitta Miller, Vanria Bullard,
Paula Cunningham, Annette Cartwright, Agatha Williams and family,
Maple Strachan, Hubert Sands, Orthneil Smith, Barbara Costo of New
York, USA, Lucille Major and family, Alphonso Mason, Mr. and Mrs.
Patrick Gomez, David Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew Bastian, the
management and staff of the Betty K, the management and staff of Tropical
Shipping, the management and staff of the Wyndham Nassau Resort and
Crystal Palace Casino, the Gay, Minnis, Johnson, Boyd, Gibson, Edgecombe
and McNeil families, the Clergy and members of the St. Agnes Parish, the
St. Agnes Pastoral Care Ministry, the Usher Board of St. Agnes, the
Wednesday mid-day Mass family of St. Agnes, the Moss family, Milton
Dames and family, Ethel Johnson, Joyce Taylor, Lillian Gibson, the staff
of BaTelCo CTO Marathon Mall, Dr. Williamson Chea and numerous
other family
members and friends.


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

S ( Superintendent Immigration
Officer Michael C. Miller, 58

of #3 Lookout Hill, Winton Heights Estates
will be held on Saturday March 25th, 2006
Sat 11:00 a.m. at Bahamas Faith Ministries,
Diplomat Center Carmichael Road. Dr.
Richard Pinder assisted by Pastor Henry
Francis and Pastor Patrick Rolle will
officiate. Interment will be made in
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J.F.K. Drive.

SLeft to cherish his memory are, wife,
S./ Theodora. Miller; children, Michael C
Miller, and Chivonne Smith; grandchildren,
T'Chea and Tyla Smith; mother, Jane Miller; brothers, Albert, Larry,
Christopher, Ronald, and John; sisters, Terry Ferguson, Marilyn Tumquest,
Idamae Miller, Patrice Miller, Grace Miller, Heastie, Christine Miller and
Sharmine Miller-Nesbitt; mother-in-law, Albertha Newbold; son-in-law,
Terrance Smith; brothers-in-law, Bruce Roy Newbold Jr, Dr Esmond
Arrindell, Sherman Swain, John Braynon, Patrick McNeil, Cedric Nesbitt
and Nicholas Tumquest Sr.; sisters-in-law, Pamela Arrindell, Royann
Swain, Cheryl Braynon, Helen McNeil, Edith, Terry, Donnamae, and
Vianna Miller; uncles, Jack Gardiner, William Miller, Walter Miller, and
Vincent Ferguson; aunts, Sheila, Ethel, and Agnes Butler, Audrey Burrows,
Thelma Fernander, Dollymae McKenzie, Beatrice Taylor, Martha Sands,
Ruby Bethel, Gladys Butler, Gelita Miller, and Sabotita Miller; nephews,
Vaughn, Prince, Gleon, and Albert Miller; Randy, Andy, and Donny
Ferguson; Nicholas Turnquest Jr.; Jamal and Ja-ronn Davis; Christian
Heastie; Vance Miller; Lou and Brandon Arrindell; Casey and.Kelson
Swain; Brian and Brent McNeil; Joshua Nesbitt; Carlton, Patrick and
Albert Miller; nieces, Iesha and Keisha Miller; Shenique Thompson;
Shekeria Ferguson; She-Ra Miller; Karen Butler; Darnell Gray; Desiree
Ferguson; Nickia Tumquest; Ayla Isaacs; Esmonique Arrindell-Williams;
Sherann Swain; Blaire and Shaquan Newbold; Delicia Lemon; Johniska,
Roneisha, Ronnell, Merkelene, and Khadijah Miller; Simpson McKinney;
Maxine Johnson; Shonnie Miller; and Charmine Miller, host of grand
nieces and other relatives and friends, Kianna Swain; Taquania Swain;
Amalia and Brea McNeil; Junior Pratt; Jackie Hanna; Douglas Thompson;
Charlie Sawyer; Donna Pyfrom; Kevin Williams; Felicia Swain; Lionel
"Sugar Bum" Davis, Elsito Gibson, Tracy Rolle, Marina Sands, Leotha
Jarrett (Godmother) of California; Percival and Dorothy Johnson of Harbour
Island; Levan Sands Sr; George and Estelle Newbold-Maxwell of West
Palm Beach, Fl. Kelia and Vernon Daxson of Port St. Lucie, Fl., staff of
Miller and Co, Chambers, Staff of the Securities Training Institute, Staff
of Auto Tune 2000 and Beyond and colleagues at The Bahamas Immigration
Department.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians on Friday
from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 10:00
a.m. until service time.


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will be held on Saturday March 25th,
2006 at 3:00 p.m. at St. Agnes Anglican
Church, Baillou Hill Road. Fr. Rodney
Burrows assisted by Fr. Mervyn Johnson
will officiate. Interment will be made
in the church's cemetery.


SLeft to cherish his memory are is
Daughter, Alexandria Bullard; 2 sons,
Edison and Michael; 3 brothers, Charles
Grant II, Charles Grant III, Rudolph Thompson; 6 sisters, Ruth Stuart,
Jackie McCartney, Ethel Brown, Mena Grant, Estelle Strachan and
Maybell Brown; 1 adopted sister, Pandora Johnson; 1 aunt, Edna Seymour
of Miami Florida; 1 uncle, Edward Clarke of Miami Florida; 3 sister-in-
laws, Doritt Grant, Agatha Pinder, Sheilia Grant; 3 brothers-in-law,
Hewitt Stuart, Steve Pinder, Kenneth Strachan; 15 nieces, Deborah and
Dandria Scott, Elthienea and Teaneea Brown Theresa Simmons, Christa
Clarke, lonie Diggis, Dale Miller, Sheryl Chea, Sherrie Rodgers, Donna
Nottage, Shekera Hinzey, Agnes Deveaux, Debbie Symonette, Sandra
Jervis, Adina Alcock;.nephews Dale Colyn and Carter Grant, Rev. Andre
Farquharson, Bradley Bain, Adrian Thompson, Greg, Crestwell, Hewitt,
Kendal Stuart, Angelo, Trey, Serino Grant, Rudolph, Jamiel, James,
Ricardo Carey, Ricardo Brown of Abaco; grand neices Cassidy Clarke,
Angelique Hinzey, Verice, Daniell, Achera; grand-nephews, Colyn II,
Colyn III, Aaron, Ashley, Carlton, Carsean, Andre, Andrew, other relatives
and friends including, Helen Jenkins and family, Thelma McWeeney
and family, Maynard Maycock and family, Irene Smith, Maryann Smith,
Vivien Lockhart, Edith Miller Matthew, Carl, Leonard, Luther, Olive
Smith, Mizpha Wallace, Edison Armbrister Sr., Cheryl Carter, Rhonda,
Maria, Adrea', Johnathon, Kelson, Keith, Edison, Paul, Ashley Annbrister,
Reggie Sweeting, Mickey Brooks, Calvin, Claudis, Percy, Melvin, Errol
Grant, Cleo, Michelle, Jackie, Juliette, Charmane, Tony, Martin, Armbrose,
Gordon, Wade Higgs, Judy, Michelle, Shirley Brennen and Family, Beryl
Stuart and family, Sylvia Henderson and family, Michael Neeley and
family, George Neeley and family, George Cox and family, The Bowleg
family, Sir Arthur Foulkes and family, Carlton Seymour, Leroy Archer
and Family, Margaret Major and family, Donna Moxey and family, Greta
Smith and family, Commodore Davie Rolle and family, Rosena Clarke
and family, Gennie and Elaine Bethel, Adrian D' Aguilar and family,
Adeca Moss and family, Freddie Kemp and family, Minerva McQuay
and family, Carl Charlow and family, Tex'Lunn and family, Vernon
Grant and family, Josephine Simons and family, Roy Samuels and family,
Marina Franks and family, Lorrie Carey and family, Estella Moss, Neville
Sawyer and family, Ann Simmons, Gregory "Rat" Taylor, Winton
Burrows, Fred "Chicken" Taylor, Denise Sands, Perry Jervis, Rudolph
Bethell, Wilamena Shearer and family, Leila Carey and family, Barbara
Smith and family The Brown family, The Quarry Mission Road, McQuay
Street and Infant .View Road families.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel's Brothers Morticians on
Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m.
to 1:00 p.m. and at the church from 1:30 p.m. until service time.


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

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Capt. Andrew Joseph
Knowles, 45

of Kent Avenue, Nassau East
will be held on Saturday,
March 25th, 2006 at 11:00
a.m. at Grace Community
Church, Palmetto Village.
Officiating will be Pastor


Lyall Bethel, Pastor Emeritus Marcel Lightbourne,
Pastor Leroy "Tinkle" Hanna and Elder Cyril Peet.
Interment will follow Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.


Left to cherish his memories are his Mother;
Antoinette Adderley; Stepfather; Kirkwood Adderley;
One (1) Son; Alexander Knowles; One (1) Daughter;
Andrea Knowles; One (1) Sister; Joy d'Arville, One
(1) Brother; Sean Adderley; One (1) Brother-in-
law; Capt. Rhoderick d'Arville; One (1) Niece;
Diandrea d'Arville; One (1) Nephew; Rhoderique
d'Arville; Eight (8) Aunts; Rachel Burrows, Asenath
Cartwright, Violet Wirth, Hilary Knowles, Ida Fox,
Adina Viken, Dianne Matsas and Verne Fox; Two (2)
Uncles; Spence Cartwright and Erskine Knowles;
Numerous Cousins including; Elizabeth Rahming,
Elizabeth Perez and Mizpah Albury; Special friends;
Sharon Boodoo, Violet Major and Jessie Pinder and
other relatives and friends.


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


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Maria Eloise Rahming, 61

of Romer Street, Fox Hill and
formerly of Black Point, South
Andros will be held on Sunday at
11:00 a.m. at Hillview Seventh-
Day Adventist Church, Tonique
Williams-Darling Highway
(Harrold Road). Officiating will be
Pastor M. A. Smith assisted by
Pastors W. R. McKillan, P. Joseph,
M. D. Toote and L. A. Johnson.
Interment in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.
Left to cherish her memory are her husband, Clarence Rahming;
sons, Samuel and Alexander Rahming; daughters, Eleanor and
Bernadette Bowleg, Pandora Lockhart, Glendina and Dionne
Rahming; adopted daughters, Shavonne Rahming-Woodside,
Marion Sweeting and Maureen Gardiner; grandchildren, Samuel.,
Rahming Jr., Alexis, Alexander, Alexcia, Alexandria, Shaquile,
Aaliyah, Alx Rashad and RalitsaRahming, Anwar Lockhart Jr.,
Travis, Charlice and Eden Bowleg; sisters, Norma and Vera
Rahming and Isadora Kemp; four brothers, Ernest, Cleveland,
Cyril McPhee and James Rolle; sons-in-law, Charlie and Arizona
Bowleg and Anwar Lockhart; daughter-in-law, Isolyn Rahming;
father-in-law, Ishmael Rahming; mother-in-law, Daisy Rahming;
nephews, Edward, Anton, Robert, Zhivargo, Neil, Sean, Dwayne,
Oscar, Ralph, Albert, Hugh, Mario, Jon, Marvin, Jason, Pele' and
Christian; nieces, Trycenia, Erica, Sheniqua, Mikiko, Brendia,
Lillian, Roberta, Mellanie, Latoya, Karen, Christine, Desiree,
Phillippa, Jan-Marie, Vanessa, Jacqueline, Dianne, Patricia, Yana,
Sue Ellen, Teresa and Rashanda; uncles, Simeon, John, Jeremiah
and Isaac Rolle, Rollins Knowles and Gardwell Rahming; aunts,'
Naomi Evans, Evelyn Knowles, Madean and Lillymae Rahming,
Gwendolyn, Rebecca and Flossie Rolle, Loretta McPhee, Ettamae
McKenzie; sisters-in-law, Lillian, Deena and Vanessa McPhee,
Rosetta Gibson, Ivy Rolle, Carmetta, Arthurlue, Yvonne and Ginger
Rahming; brothers-in-law, Garvin Kemp, Norris, Cedric, Lennis,
Charles, Malfreth, Dr. Elliston, Sargeant 823 Ernest Rahming and
Philip Rolle; numerous cousins, relatives and friends including the
New Providence Church family, the entire membership and staff
of The Bahamas Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists, Cynthia
Rolle, Carmetta Burns, Sister Carolyn McKenzie and family,
Brother Arthur and Sister Dianne Maycock, Brother and Sister
Tom Hanna, Mr. James Dames, Catherine Roker, Richard Rolle,
Paula Hilliman and family, Dennis Dean, Mrs. Mavis Darling-
Hill, Ms. Bricemae Gibson, The Department of Social Services
family, Customer Service Centre of First Caribbean Bank, staff
of A-1 Clean-Up and Janitorial Services, nurses and staff of Nicholl's
Town, Andros Clinic, Lowe Sound Seventh-Day Adventist Church,


Charles and Mable Bowleg, Sister Esthermae Bodie and family,
blood donors, the medical team at the Princess Margarert Hospital,
especially doctors Grimes, Chin, Brennen, Tyrone Bartlett, Nelson
Clarke, Thaddeus Rahming and family and the Fox Hill community.

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

SThomas Sands, 38

of Carmichael Road will be held
Soon Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at The
New Annex Baptist Church, Wulff
Road and Pinedale. Officiating will
be Apostle Mitchell E. Jones and
Pastor Dean Wells (Pentecostal
Church of God). Interment in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
He is survived by his mother Lortta
Stubbs; brothers, Jack and Leroy
Sands; sisters, Joan Sands, Doris
Newton, Barbara Harris and
Joycelyn Hunt; stepmother, Mrs. Levanda Sands; wife; Clara
Sands; aunts, Deaconess Arementha Stubbs, Louise Thom, Miriam
SMoss and Minera Stubbs; uncles, Albert Sands, Neville, Bertis
and Cecil Stubbs; nieces and nephews, Lanesia, Wendy, Kaylisa,
SW. C. PL2558 Shonell, Lisa, Keneqieka, Shareka, Robyn, Phylicia,
Daneirlo Williams, P. C. 2366 Tony Austin, Lynden, Leroy Jr.,
SKeith, Edison, Perry Jr., Don, Jackson and PC907 Roscoe Rolle;
godchildren, Aalyiah and Jeffrey, Demetrius, Destiny and Pinky;
brothers-in-law, Bishop Perry Newton, Leonard Miller, Sgt. 1395
Vincent Harris and Don Hunt; sister-in-law, Jennie Sands; other
Srelaives and friends including Carolyn Johnson, Daphne, Stephanie
Edward, Inez, Bernadette, Delorise, Ericka, Hesley, Neville Jr.,
Shirlene, Sarahmae, Corp.1518 Allison Stubbs, James, Keith,
Kevin, Gregory, Sharvon, Genese, Toya, Crissy, Sandra, Tony,
Terry, Shantell, Charlene, Brian, Tony, Anthony, Paula, Henry,
Howard, Perez, Mark, Jeffrenique, Terrance, Sidney, Madeline,
Samuel, Minister Brown and family, Blatch family, Evangelist
Gwendolyn Smith and family, Agnes Ferguson and family,
Missionary Charlene Evans and family, Minister Midamae Watson
and family, Geneta Adderley and family, the Sweeting and McPhee
families, Curlene Forbes and family, Willis Jones and family,
Deslene Hepburn and family, Moria and Ellagene Cox.

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinison
Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m.
and at the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to service time.


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DQNQVAN "1i.DfONe ahe
JOHNSON, 55
a resident df e DV n Court,'Monatey
Park will be held at New: Hope
Missionar:y Baptisfp Chu rch,iJoans.
Heights!n rS;tirdiy- Mhrchi 25, 2 Q6
atl 1:1.:00ia:m:Officiating will be Re,.
JosephThompson assisted by Rey''
Elmond Ki g. Interment xill foll11b
in The ;1Woodlann Gardehsi :
Cea te 1redi5 s-i Road K
Hi years io nd and loving
rn 1. t w s be treastioilby'
.hi. if. a dHifpi one daughter,
Andrea Johnson; five-stIepDiuldren. A iggs0 andr on and Carolyn
Smith,.Gervars and Gerkson S, ann th1e"F iitinldren: Deashia-
Miller, Tren-Collie and Barronette T-r 6 n e grandchildren, -
Cadeshea and Deiiecia Siith. Jalesa ai Jai'vhi 4I s and Aziia HaJ' J
one step son-in4law;- Cfiarles Higgs. three ,Y Hubert. Joey, ,.
Jeffrey Johnson; six brothers-in-la%. El A .s-rNelson Cartwiith
Irwin-Bain Sr., Basil Sears Sr. and MahteW4Jfts~ i.. one ste br-i-t
in-law, Ken Curling, three sisters, Karen Tumquest, Stephanie Cartwright
and Ruthmae Bain; five sisters-in-law, Gloiia Sears. Beverly and Karen
Young, Sonia Moss and Hope Curry; one step sister-in-law, Flossamae
Curling; eight nephews including, Alfredo Johnson, Nathan Turnquest,
Nelson Cartwright Jr., Irwin Bain Jr., Jamaal and Brandon Cartwright,
Tyson Bain and Shomani Symonette, four nieces including, Tammy
Symonette, Tien Sherman, Sharanda4 yjndiJypl5ys.son,1-i e aunts
including, Shirley Fergusond Edna, Stoeph ani Gw Jeneoln Johnson
and Stephanie Mackey, three aunts-in-law, including: Mary iram ore
eRolle Alice Dean, Valencia Smith and Fredericka Lightbourne; nine
uncles including, Morgan, Arthur and Prince Johnson, PfiDip Ferguson,
Eric Thompson of Palmetto Point, ElethBaOsmir h i, Leof Stnanley
and Neville Finley of Miami. Florida, tvo 'uncles-in-law including,-
Frederick and Clifford Taylor.
Numerous relatives and friends including, Benson Carter, Whitney
Bastian, David Hall, Clifford Ferguson, Mila Grey, Jennie Cartwright,
Sandra Black, Karen, Dennis and Anthony Johnso;i Linda, Debbie,
Krystal, Trianna and Carolyn Levarity, the Boinadmy family, Mrs. Smith
and family, Florcy and family, Mrs. McKenzie and family, the Watkins.
and family, the Sinclair family, Wendy.and Stephanie Kemp, the
Ferguson family Joann White, Patricia Chisholm, Theodore and Philip
Larrimore, Samuel Rolle, Patrick, Anthony and Joyann Dean, Shalencia
Major, Richardette, Elizabeth and Shelton Smith, Sean, Shonvel and
Wellington Lightbourne, Monique and Scottie Taylor, Pat Bain, Byron
Thurston, Jeffre) Gardiner, Raynor Bain, Pastor Joseph Thompson and
family, the Avacado Restaurant family, The Radisson Cable Beach
Hotel family, The Holiday Inn Hotel family, The National Workers'
Co-Operative Credit Union family and the Bread of Life Baptist Church
family.
Friends may pay their last respects at The Rock of Ages Funeral Chapel,
Wulff Road and Pinedale on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and
on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until funeral time.


.. "7 4 Harrold Road P.O. Box N-4404
_91E& "Nassau,,Bahamas
Tel: 242-341-6451 Nights 242-322-3242
S, 24 Hour Cell: 242-427-5414







Phillippa Johnson, 16

of Sandiland. Village Will be
held on Saturday, March 25th,
200.6. at 'Golden Gates
Assembly, Carmichael Road
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will
be Bishop Ross Davis,
assisted by other ministers
of the gospel. Interment will
be held in Woodlawn Garden
Cemetery.


Left to cherish fond memory are her father, Philip Johnson;
mother, Mrs Angie Harris of Orlando, Fla; step father,
Michael Hanris of Tampa Fla; step-mother, Maxine
Johnson; grandparents, Mr and Mrs Carl and Daphane
Seecharran of Orlando Fla, and Mr and Mrs Jimmy and
Mildred Chae; great grandfather, Junior Chae; one brother,
Jimmy Harris; 3 sisters, Phlysha Chae, Philena Johmson,
and Danyell Harris of Tampa Fla., one step brother, Andrew
Swell; 15 aunts, Nikita Whylly, Phildia Lozique, Latoya
and Amanda Chea, Dianne Johnson, Deborah Bethel,
Deloris Johnson, Delarise Ferguson, Desiree, Angela,
Donnell; Cynthia and Senika Johnson, Doreen Major and
Bernice Meritte of Tampa Fla; 9 uncles, Advado Malcolm,
Franklyn Seecharran, Earnest, Christopher and Craston
Johnsoh, Prince Bethel, Andrew Major and Patrick
Ferguson, Robert Harris of Tampa Fla, seven grandaunts,-
Maud Henry, Mavis Outten, Christine Gibson, Julie Chea,
Mary Kawong, Annie Griffin and Inderia Major; five
granduncles, Lewis Outten, Percy, Mark and Jeffrey Chea
and Livingston Major; godparents, Idena and Terry Moss,
Regina Whyms, Senator Carl Bethel, Cardinal Marshall
and Kevin Lockhart, and a host of other relatives and
friends too numerous to mention.


Relatives and friends may pay their last respect at Evergreen
Mortuary on Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and again
at the church on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service
time.









Independence Drive uon ral a341-4

' Independence Drive Phone: 341-4055

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR


Mrs. Dorothty Gibson,
36 affectionately called
"Dor"

formerly of Tarpum Bay Eleuthera,
and a resident of Soldier Road
will be held on Saturday 10:00
a.m. at Shaw Temple A.M.E. Zion
Church Baillou Hill Road and
Peter Streets. Rev. Madeline
Olivia Wells, assisted by Elder
Kendall Mackey and Elder Jacob
Hanna, will officiate and interment
will follow in Woodlawn Gardens
Soldier Road.


Precious memory are held by, her husband, Edney Gibson; 2
daughters, Eddira and DeEdra Gibson; 1 son, Edney Gibson Jr.;
1 step-daughter, Wandermae Gibson; 2 grand-children, Breanna
and Renardo; grand-mother, Julia Gardiner; 7 sisters, Mrs.
Quennie Thompson, Mrs. Barbara Hunt, Mrs Cheryl Loach Dottin
and McQuella Thompson of Brooklyn New York, Ms. Christine
Cartwright of Tarpum Bay Eleuthera, Mrs Dorothy Bethel of
Hatchet Bay Eleuthera and Mrs. Heather Marcus of Ft. Lauderdale
Florida; 5 brothers, Samuel, George, Devon, and Michael
Cartwright and Stephen Bain; 17 nieces, Antonia, Tamara, Margo,
Tessa, Kesna, Kara, Nadia, Melissa. Andrea, Abigale, Louise,
Vernell, Judith Shantavia, Stephanell, Courtney and Kaitlyn; 17
nephews, Gerad, Mark, Glenwood, Ivan, George, Lorenzo, Claudis,
Sidney, Lawrence, Lamont, Charles, Trey, Jordan, Malike,
Dominique, Kendal and Stephen Jr.; 5 aunts, Mrs. Florence
Morley, Mrs. Alma and Iris Cartwright, Mrs. Vera and Brenda
Carey; 2 uncles, John Cartwright and Kenneth Carey; father-in-
law, Eugene Gibson; mother-in-law, Mrs. Betty Gibson; 9 brothers-
in-law, Anthony Thompson, George Hunt, Steven Ashe, Hugh
Dottin of Brooklyn New York, Marcus Solomon of Ft. Lauderdale
Florida, Kenneth, Solomon, Trevor and Keith Gibson; 7 sisters-
in-law, Mrs. Enid Cartwright, Mrs. Shantell Bain, Mrs. Marina
Stubbs, Mrs. Mary King of Freeport Grand Bahama Mrs. Paulamae
Hall, Mrs. Michelle Leary, Janice and Jeannie Gibson; 3 uncles-
in-law, Robert Gibson, Elliot and Wellington Rolle; 7 aunts-in-law,
Mrs. Maude Thompson, Mrs. Corrine Thompson, Mrs. Winifred
Kemp, Mrs. Sylvia Gibson, Mrs. Magnola Rolle, Mrs. Edris Moncur
and Mrs. Maude McKinney
host of other relatives and friends include, Mrs. Dorothy Roberts
and Family, Cleveland Nixon and family, Mrs. Fredericka Scavella
and family, Agnes Bonaby and family, Llllie-mae Morley and family,
Gladstone Curry, Arlene Stewart Bridgette Musgrove Flowers,
friends and staff of Burns House Limited, friends and staff of
Gibson's Upholstery, friends and staff of the Dialysis Unit Princess
Margaret Hospital, Deborah, Derry, Sofia, Sheena Gibson, Joseph
Stubbs, Hilgrove King, Cloyd Leary, Buster Hall, Harry, Julian,


Henry Jr., Ricky, Ruis, Lunden, Julian, Rosco, Kendall, Sherlock,
Preston, Kelphene, Sharon, Kim, Reginald, Nerissa, Nettercate,
Donnalee, Willton, Michael, Cynthia, Ken, Wendell, Nelson,
Monica, Veronica, Patrice, McArthur, Roscoe, Muggie, Millie,
Sheila, Ronald, Rev. Madeline 0. Wells and the entire family of
Holy Trinity A.M.E. Zion Church, the entire communities of Wemyss
Bight and Tarpum Bay Eleuthera.

Relatives and friend may view the remains at THE CHAPEL OF
MEMORIES INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday from 10:30-7:00
p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to service
time.


Hilary Jennie Major, 51

of Clarence Town Long Island,
will be held on Saturday, March
25th, 2006, 10:00 a.m. at St. Peter
and St. Paul's Catholic Church,
Clarence Town, Long Island.
Deacon Patrick Darville will
officiate and interment will follow
in the Public Cemetery Clarence
Town Long Island.

Cherished memory are held by,
Sone daughter; Laurinda
Emmanuel; four sons, Carl, Taryll,
Bernard and Marvin;two brothers; Whitfield and Kermit Major; six
nieces, Cindy, Kendra, Stella, Samantha, Shantell and Louisa;three
nephews, Valentino, Alphonso and Sheldon; six uncles, Hirah,
Theophilus, Clarence and Henry Major, Leon and Elvis Davis;
seven aunts, Poris and Victoria Major, Beatrice Marsh, Priscilla
and Olive Johnson and Rosey Cartwright; one sister-in-law,
Deborah Major; one brother-in-law; Wellington Gardiner;
numerous grand-nieces, nephews and cousins including, Brenda,
Paulette, Sylvia, Natasha, Monique, Maris, Craig, Rochelle,
Sharon, Fern Gayle, Leo Cleveland, Vincent, Alva, Terrance,
Karen, Theresa, Lorraine, Patrice and Vernice, a host of other
relatives and friends include, Lilly Taylor, Ena Major, and Hazel
Newman and family, Edna Minnis and family, Ancel Pratt, Delores
Bowe and family, Andra Gibson, Carmen Killman, Ida Major,
Grace, Victoria and Veronica Cartwright, Ella Gibson and family,
Desiree, Majorie Johnson, Ulah, Rosey Major, Ruth Minnis, Elton
Kemp, Arthur Carey, Cynthia, Kirk, Josh Major ar 'd family, Falcon
Major and family and the entire communities of Clarence Town
and Southern Long Island.

Relatives and friends r lay view the rem:r ns at THE CHAPEL OF
MEMORIES INDEPL qDENCE DRIVE on Friday from 10:00 -
11:30 a.m. and at tho -hurch in Long -,'and on Friday from 5:00
p.m. to service time oi, Saturday.


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Independence Drive Phone: 341-4055

F -E A SERVICE FOR

MARTHA CESTINA
RICHARDSON, 90
S affectionately called
"Cessie".:
formerly of Stanyaird Creek,.
Andros and a resident of
Eastwood, Subdivision will be
held on Saturday 10:00 am at
Holy Spirit Anglican Church,
SHoward Street, Chippingham.
/ J Rev Father Harry Ward assisted
Sby Rev Far Samuel Sturrup will
S officiate and interment will follow
in the Western Cemetery, Nassau Street.
Cherished memories will linger in the hearts of her
daughters, Emmie Richardson, Betty Camella Seymour-
Johnson of Freeport, Grand Bahama and Evelyn Clarke-
Wanjuki of New Jersey; grandchildren, Gregory and
Nathalie Seymour of Freeport, Dale and David Garrett of
Freeport, Rhonda Richardson-Chase, Samantha
Seymouor and Watgatwe and Wanijru Wanjuki of New
Jersey; great grandchildren, Shacarra Laing-Seymour
and LaToya Carey, Charritee Symonette-Seymour; great
great grandchild, Terry Carey-Bethel; sisters, Edith Elliot
and Victoria Saunders; brother-in-law, The Rev Dr Charles
W Saunders; nieces and nephews, Barbara Gibson,
Sheila Seymour, Jameel James Smith, John Smith, Byron,
Emmel and Cyprianna Saunders, Bruce an Diana Elliott,
George Elliott, Norbert Elliott, Verona and Irvin Missick,
Loma and Charles Robinson, Jerome Elliot; Martin and
Lillard Elliott, Nicola Elliott, Deborah Clarke, Larry and
Gail Clarke, Constance Lunn, Sandra Costa and Ohio,
Eulah Newton of Florida, Beryl Bastian of Eleuthera,
Tyrone McGregor of Florida, Thodora and George Walkine,
Neville and Icelyn Cartwright, Kirkwood Buddy Forbes;
other relatives and friends include, Ivy Vernell Richardson,
Dennis Richardson, Frances Richardson, Karen Richards,
Philip Richardson, Mrytis Scavella, Kenris Carey, Patricia
Sawyer, Audrey Deveaux, Constance Munnings, Alonzo
Butler, Earl Deveaux, Levarity Deveaux, Shirley Smith,
Rena Rolle, Jewel Dean, Anita Symonette, Marcia
Munnings, the Cooper family, the Curry family, Jennifer
Turnquest, the Minns family, the Holy Spirit Church Sunday
School Children, the Angllican Church Women ACW,
Members of the Vestry, Members of of the Holy Spirit
Church, father James Moultrie and the Woodside and
Richardson families at large.
Relatives and friends may view the remains at The Chapel
of Memories, Independence Drive on Friday from 10:30
to 7:00 pm and at the Church on Saturday from 9:00 am
to service time.


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Queen's Highway
PO, Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: 352-8118 Paging: 352-6222 #1724
Fax: 351-3301



Melouse
Martin, 59

of Miami, Florida and formerly of Cape
Haitian will be held on Sunday, March 26,
2006 at Open Door Ministries, N. B. C.
Plaza Coral Road Freeport. Officiating will
be Pastor Kenneth Romer and interment will
be made in the Harbour West Pulic Cemetery,
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.

Left to celebrate her life are her four sons
Rochenel and Agno Daniel, Jean Claude
Victor and Xavier Alexis, one daughter
Gennie Daniel, one sister Florence Victor,
14 grandchildren Rocheniel Jr., Roshaun,
Nelouse, Genay, Armanie, Chennel and
Ailana Daniel, Ja'nya, Ja'nri and Ja'Kara
Victor, Trenice and Kenneth Gibson,
Chaquise LeSane and Jamal Gaye, three
daughters-in-law, Nadige Daniel, Latasha
Smith and Kajuna Howard, one son-in-law
Robert Morris, a nephew Thomas Jadotte
and a host of other relatives and friends.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects
at Yager Funeral Home, Queens Highway,
Freeport on Saturday from 12:00 noon to
6:00 p.m. and at the church on Sunday from
12:30 p.m. to service time starting at 2:00
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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


-IRIS LOUISE FIELDING,
.84 .

of Freeport- Grand Bahama- a:ridl
formerly of Salt City, Turks and Caicosi
Island will be held on Saturday, March.
25th, 2006, llam at St Pau's Methodist
Church, East Sunrise Highway. and:
Beach Way Drive, Freeport, Grakld
Bahama. Officiating will be Rev3 J.
Emmett Weir, Rev. Hilgrove Hamilton!
and Rev. John Stubbs. Interment will
follow in the Grand Bahama Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Left to cherish her precious memory are her five nieces, Estelle
Garland, Galeta Malcolm, Esther McKinney, Helena Williams
and Patranella Fielding of Miami, Florida; four nephews, Joseph,
Ewart Sr. and Ellery Garland Sr. and Arthur Simons of Miami,
Florida; 22 grandnieces, Portia Rolle, Brenda, Sharon and
Gwendolyn McKinney, Judy and Marilyn Williams, Rose, Midred,
Sharon, Judyann, Kay, Aneshka, Jillian, Tara Garland, Bernadette
Rolle, Mary Callender, Janey Adams, Rose (all of Grand Turk),
Jenny Malcolm of Miami, Florida and Sandra and Tracy Simons.
of Miami, Florida; 22 grandnephews, Keith Rolle, Eugene, Kenneth
ad Benjamin Bassett, Ricardo McKinney, Stanley, Kirk and Sean
Simons, Stephen, Joseph Jr., Ewart Jr., Ellery Jr., Kyle Garland,
Charlton and Glen Williams, Barrington Dexter, Kenneth and
Floyd Malcolm and Troy Hall; 30 great-grandnieces, 25 great
grandnephews and a host of other relatives and friends including
the Garland family, Bassett family, Rev. Hilgrove Hamilton and
family, the Campbell family, Henry Smith and family, Frank
Bassett and family, Floreen Armbrister and family, Theodore Been
and family, Emily Dickenson, Dorothy Bodie, Walter Simons,
Alfred Been (Grand Turk), Cecilia Garland, Georgina Been,
Clarice Mills (Provo), Kingsly Been (New York), Mr. and Mrs,
Ivan Johnson, Prince Albert Smith and family, Grace Ellis, Dorothy
Bodie, Calvin Parker, Lillia, Simmons, Gertis Lee of New York,
Mrs. Jane Bain and family, St. Andrew's Church family St.
David's Church family,, Mrs. Agatha Thompson and the staff at
the Home for The Aged, the staff of the Rand Memorial Hospital
and many, many others too numerous to mention at this time.
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 10am to 6pm and at the


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SEDRICK EDWARD
'Ginger" FRAZIER, 61

,ffq Eq~. ill, Nassau Bahamas and
'forAerlyiof Andros will be held on
Saturday March 25th, 2006, 1 lam at
St. John's Jubilee Cathedral, Settler's
Way,. Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Bishop Godfrey R.
Williams, assisted by Rev. Brian
Sands. Interment will follow at the
Grand Bahama Memorial Park,
I" -bsheDritve, Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Left to mourn are his sons, Sean and Ron Frazier; adopted son,
#2179 Jermaine Stubbs; adopted daughter, Janice Renee Johnson;
brothers, Ormand Stubbs, Henry Frazier, Alvin and Patrick
Duncanson; sisters, Delores Frazier, Garell Sturrup, Anne Nixon,
Jackie Colebrooke and Norma Lockhart; daughter-in-law, Sonia
Frazier; grandson, Nicholas Ashton Frazier; granddaughter, Alicia
Ashanti Frazier; aunt, Lula Bain; uncle, Sam Stubbs; nieces,
Diandrea Gardiner, Chantell and Chamaine Sturrup, Tamara and
Toni Lockhart, Bernice and Susie Adderley, Iona an Renee Bootle,
Teka and Felicia Frazier, Gwen Lockhart, Jackie Frazier, Shauntasia
and Ariel Duncanson; nephews, Vincent Ewing, Earle Lockhart,
Richie Adderley, Clint Moss, Peron Frtazier, Ashton Sturrup,
Ezekiel, Isaac, Isaiah and Gerymyah Duncanson; sister-in-law,
Nasya Duncanson; brother-in-law, Basil Sturrup; 35 grandnieces
and nephews, other relatives and friends including Althea Stubbs
Knowles, Yvonne and Andrew Sweeting and family, Mitzi
Papageorge and family, Marion Davis Papageorge and family,
Ethel Frazier Brown, Charlotte Ferguson Vernal Rolle, Pearle
Mckinney, Sherrill and Ulease Bain, Renee Johnson and family
of Boca Raton, Florida, Rhonda Evans and family, Glendamae
Scott and family, Brian, Danny, Oralee, Darin, Johnny and Lester
Stubbs, Grand Bahama Health Services, Bahamas Public Service
Union, Housekeeping Department and the Business Office.
Viewing will be held in the "Celestial Suite" of Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral
Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday from 10am to 6pm and
at the church on Saturday from 9:30am until service time.


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MRS. MADLYN LOUISE
JONES-CHARLTON.63
of Fourth Street and Palm-'i'tei Avenue,
Coconut Grove and formerly of Abraham's Bay
Mayaguana, will, be held on Friday, MI arph 4,4
2006 at 11am at Five Porches of Deliverance
Centre Apostolic Tabernacle Church Market
Street and Poinciana Avenue. Apostle J.
Rodney Roberts, assisted by Prophet Clifton
Newbold, will officiate and burial will be in
Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleum,
John F. Kennedy Drive.
The Radiance of this" "Bloodstone of aGem"
will always glow in the hearts of her:';
Husband: Lealon Charlton;
Four Sons: Prince, Gary, Marvin and Quinton Charlton Sr.;
Nine Grand Children: Garrinique, Taweisha, Phillippa, Quinton Jr., Q'tell,i
Quneisha, Chad, Shada. and Trika; .
Six Step Children: Woodes, Prince, Lealon, Leonna. Elruda and Charlene;:
Three Brothers: Errol Cartwright, Felix and William Jornes Jr.;
Three Sisters: Evangelist Neilor Johnson, Alvina and Remnaria Jones;
Adopted Sister: Harriet Davis; -
Twelve Nephews: George, Dwight, Rodney, Leroy, Oscarahnd Lynden:
Johnson, Christopher, Vincent, Hilbrey and Dalton Cartwright, Cedric
Brooks and Lorenzo Jones;
Seventeen Nieces: Daisy, Annamae, Atis, Mary, Linda, Rosemary, Lisa,
Queenie, Victoria, Rosalee, Sandy, Monique,-Emily; Malinda, Meria,
Monique and Vanessa;
Three Daughters-in-law: Susan, Shanika and Minister Shanda Charlton;
Seven Sisters-in-law: Ismae, Brunell, Joy, Veronica, Curlene, Edna and
Remelda;
Two Brothers-in-law: Bengie and Gartlon;
Uncle-in-law: Mr. Leon Burrows;
Seventeen: Grand Nephews;
Eighteen: Grand Nieces;
Other relatives and friends including: Rudolphas and Evelyn Johnson,
Rev. Cleaveland and Gladys Murphy, Elsaida and Vernice Gibson, Gloria
Adderley, Sylvia, Kenneth and Rudolph Missick, Mable Edwards, Lurella
Burrows, the Brown family of Mayaguana, Alvin and Marilyn Stubbs, Polly
Bodie, Helen Fritz, Apostle Rodney and Minister Curlene Roberts, Deputy
Prime Minister the Hon. Cynthia Mother" Pratt, Mrs. Dianna McDonald
General Overseer of the Church of God in Mayaguana, Olive Murphy,


Emmaline Moss, Reggie, Natasha and Audrey Charlton and their families,
iScott Richards, the Coconut Grove, the entire Mayaguana Community,
-Zion, St. James and St. Matthews Baptist Churches. 1
The body will be viewed in the "Emerald Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary
'& Monument Company Ltd. #2o Claridge1ARad on Thursday; March 23,
2006 from noon to 6pm and at Five Porches of Deliverance Centre
iA :postolic Tabernacle Church Poinciana Avenue and Market Street on
Friday, March 24, 2oo6from loam to service time.
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MRS. VERONICA STUART
SAUNDERS AGE 63


of Milton Street will be held on Saturday, March
25, 2006 at 1:00pm at Temple Fellowship
International Ministries, Davis Street Oakes
Field. Bishop Dr. Kirkwood R. Murphy, assisted
-by Pastors Kevin Grant and Arlington
Williamson will officiate, and burial will be in
SSouthern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard
Roads.
..The Radiance of this "Ruby of a Gem" will
always glow in the hearts of her:
Five Daughters: Lisa Jones and Veronica Saunders of Miami Florida,
Gena Feaster and Marsha Miller of Freeport, Grand Bahama and Sandra
St. Louis of New Providence;
One Son: Matthew Alexander Saunders of New Providence;
Seventeen Grand.Children: Telesa and Geno Saunders, Candace Niels,
Abram Stone and Olivia Bevel of Miami Florida, Keisha Rolle, Aaronnette
and Aaron Feaster Jr., Ridge, Tanya, Anwar, Daniel and Jontae Miller of
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Sherman Johnson, Vincent Jr., Vinteerie and
Asha St. Louis of New Providnece;
Five Great Grand Children: Serene, Jamaal and Armani of Miami Florida,
Jasmine and Ja-Mourie of Freeport Grand Bahama;
Sister: Thelma Rigby of Miami Florida;
Three Sons-in-law: Minister Leroy Jones of Miami Florida, Minister Aaron
Feaster Sr. of Freeport and Police Inspector Vincent St. Louis Sr.;
Grand Son-in-law: Maurice Neille of Miami Florida;
Other relatives and friends including: Rochell, Alphonza and Joseph
McPherson, Sharon Russell & family, Niels Nielsen, Eleanor Young and
family, Mavis Mclntosh Cargill and family, Telmadge Mcintosh and family,
The entire Saunders family, Carl Milton and family, Lynette Saunders and
family, The Staff and Residences at The Kelly Ward, and a host of other
relatives and friends to numerous to mention.
The body will be viewed in the "Emerald Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary
& Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road on Friday, March 24,2006
from 12noon to 6pm and at Temple Fellowship International Ministries,
Davis Street Oakes Field on Saturday, March 25, 2006 from 12noon to
service time.


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,,":. LILLIAN HELEN ROLLE KING, 51
a resident of Key West Street and formerly of
Mangrove Cay, Andros, will be held at Our Lady
of the Holy Soul Catholic Church, Deveaux Street,
on Saturday March 25th, 2006 at 11:30 a.m.
Officiating will be Fr. Michael Kelly, ss.cc.,
assisted by Rev. Deacon Peter Rahming and Rev.
S Deacon Maxwell Johnson. Interment follows in
St. Joseph's Cemetery, Tyler Street.
cherish precious memory are her devoted husband,
Lawrence King; one son, Ezra Shawn Rolle; one
daughter, Laurie Melissa King; one grand son,
Shawn Lawrence Rolle; two stepsons, Andrew
and Fredrick King; three stepdaughters, Jennifer,
Melanie and Vanessa; adopted mother, Gelita Rolle;
three brothers, Nathaniel, Herbert and Lionel Rolle; one sister, Rose Rolle-Moss; four
aunts, Alice Ward of Miami, Florida, Naomi Cooper, Rosinelle Miller and Jestina; two
uncles, Samuel and Clarence Miller of Miami, Florida; eighteen nieces, Sabrina, Viola,
Georgette, Lisa, Joy, April, Lillian, Beth, Olivia, Desriee, Nyoka, Sherase, Elizabeth,
Deneatress, Lakera, Anna, Carmel, Sarjana; thirteen nephews, Noel, Cecil, Rufus Jr.,
Troy,. Harcourt, Lionel, Delgardo, Demetrius, Hiram Jr., Dylan, Aaron, Godfrey and
Gary; mother-in-law. Venus King; father-in-law, Etienne King; five brothers-in-law,
Hiram Moss, Alexander, William, Percy and Prince King; seven sisters-in-law, Evelyn
Brown, Princess Clarke, Geletha Perpall, Ellen Rolle, Grace Hall, Marjorie Bain and
Vemita Saunders; numerous nieces and nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends
including, Jeremiah Saunders, Prince Miller, Virginia King, Nita King, William Clarke,
Derick Hall, Donald Bain, Douglas Saunders, Charles Rolle, Percy Brown, Marie and
Iris Brown. Rosa Evans. Florence Wallace, Olga Forbes, Rose Balasco and family, Lilly
Blatch and family, Beautimae Saunders and family, Van Lightfoot, Martha Jones, Antontte
Edwards, Chris Leadon and family, Grace Roker and family, Marion Cash and family,
Ivan Miller and family, Jacqueline Forbes and family, Shaneille Rolle, Jane Rolle-Forbes,
the Finlayson family Sylvia Musgrove and family, Shirley Brown and family, Joe Brown,
Roy Miller, Irene Sawyer, Susan Toote and family, Jessie Roker, James Saunders and
family," Boo-Boo" Trap and family, Errison Pratt and family, Fletcher and family, the
Bowleg family, the King family. the Greene family, Leviticus and family, Roderick
Perpall, Livingston Casn, Samuel Williams. Solomon Taylor, Larry Saunders, Deborah
Sweeting and family, Crystal Adderley and family, Cheryl Albury and family of Freeport,
Stanley Forbes oi Souih Andros, Wendell McKenzie; Ethel Miller and family, Percy
Taylor and family. Gordon Roberts and family, Humphrey Sweeting and family, Ettemae
Thompson and family. Samuel and family: Whitney Bastian M.P. for South Andros,
Melva Bastian and family, Fred Sturrup and family, Keith Cornell and family, Alton
McDonald and family.,-the Bain family, Elizabeth Saunders, Leroy Strachan and family,
staff of Seaman's Club, Dr Eugene and family, Angela Strachan-Cash and family, the
West End family, Marty Bullard and family, the Bowlegs, Prenell Brown-Green, Tarry
Green and family, Foxy and the Boys, Lionel Russell and family,.Glen Greene and
family, Brenda Kemp and family Brenda Belle and family, the Kemp family, Garnet
Bullard and family, Harry Saunders and family, Lenora and Family, Patrick King and
family, Keith Robinson and family, Inez Bowleg and family, Raymond, Sidney Bowleg
and family, Jeffery Miller, George Lyle of Canada, David Strachan, Constance Adderley
and family, Edgar Brannen and family, the Turnquest family, the Williams.family, Roy
Bannister and family, the Jolly family, Old Bight (Chertuin) Wallace and family, Irene
and family, staff at Mangrove Cay Police Station, staff of Post Office, the Commissioners
office, Father Denrick Rolle, Our Lady's, St Benedict's, and Holy Angels Catholic
Churches, All fishing boats of Mangrove Cay, Key West Street Community, the whole
of Mangrove Cay Community,
staffs of Burns House Little Harbour, Staff at Mangrove Cay Clinic, staff at the Princess
Margaret Hospital, staff at the Bahamas Heart Association and the staff at the Radisson
Golf Course.


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


10:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:30 a.m. until
service time.


MARY ILEAN "SUSAN" BETHEL, 57


a resident of Brooklyn, New York and formerly
of Nassau, will be held at The Church of God
Cathedral, Lily of the Valley Corner and East
Street, on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Officiating will
be Bishop Moses A. Johnson, Sr., assisted by other
ministers of the Gospel, Interment follows in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
I cherish her memory are her mother, Mrs..Ella
Bethel; son, Rodari Bethel; brother, Kevin Bethel;
sister, Stephanie Bethel; granddaughter, Saleah
Bethel; 'aunts, Raffle Pinder of Bullocks Harbour,
Laura, Ada and Alice Bethel; uncle, Samuel Bethel;
nieces, Kim and Van dell Bethel, Anya Johnson and Amber Barnett; nephews, Ricardo
Williamson, Garvin Knowles, Wendell Jr., Vantany, Charles, Kevin Jr., and Teran;
grand nieces, Gina, Garvianne, Tanesha Bethel and Jalique Pinder; grand nephews,
Valdimere Williamson, Tiko and Meko Bethel and Aaron Johnson; godchildren, Don
Dean and Jason Johnson and family and friends, Mr. Merkin, Mr. E. Dann, Arthur,
Julie and Dell of New York, Mrs. V. Johnson and Family, Mrs. Inez Russell and
Family, Mrs. Rosena Johnson and Family, Mrs. Evelyn Archer and Family, Mrs.
Marina Moss of Abaco, and Mr. Matthew Walker.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church.from 8:30 a.m.
until service time.


MRS. DORIS STORR, 96


-*: a resident of Vista Marina, will be held at Abundant
Life Bible Church, Abundant Life Road, on Saturday
.. at 1:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Carroll J.
Storr, assisted by Rev. Alfred Brown and Pastor Ed
Allen. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.
Indelible memory will always linger in the
hearts of her children, Carroll,.Frederick, Jackson,
Jocelyn, Jerome and Kenneth; grandchildren, Maureen,
Jackie, Keith, Debbie, Donna,: Douglas,:Carolyn,
SMark, Colleen, Chelsea, David, Raleigh, Silvan,
Antoinette, Bernadette, Michelle, Wilbert, Dana,
LaVonya, Jerome, Adrienne, Schnita, Patrick, Monalisa, Jeremiah, Terrance, Coral,
Bernadette, Glenda, Cindy and Kenneth; numerous great grand and greatgreat
grandchildren, daughters-in-law, Helen, Esther and Elizabeth Storr, granddaughter-in-
law, Erica Rose; nieces and nephews, Evelyna Beckham, Mmjorie Bass,. and Carlos
Williams, and others including, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winder and the Winder family;
Viola Butler, a very good friend, the Darvilles, Pastor Alfred Brown, and Church
Family, members of Central Baptist Church, Mrs. Sylvia Roberts and family, Joey
Cumberbatch and family and also the entire Cumberbatch family; Bill and Kim Pyfrom
and the Pyfrom Family.
In Lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Central Baptist Church, Jean Street.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m.
until service time.


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CATECHIST GEORGE JOHN ALEXANDER
MOULTRIE, 92
; ,a resident of Garden Hills and formerly of Mars Bay,
Andros, will be held at St. Matthew's Anglican Church,
i' i. East Shirley Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
w ill be The Rev'd. Dr. James B. Moultrie, assisted by Fr.
Sf Franklyn Colebrooke, Rev. Fr. Denrick Rolle and Rev.
Fr. John Kabaga. Interment follows in St. Matthew's
Cemetery, East Shirley Street.
Left to cherish his loving memory are his daughter,
...r Celestina Taylor son-in-law, Philip Taylor Sr.; grand
daughters, Mrs. Betty Scavella, Alvenia Brown, Jennifer
Bowe, Connie Lastrad, Maggie Braham, Dale Bethell,
Philica Taylor, Teneel and Patrice Moultrie and Laverne
Johnson; grandsons, Edison and Sherman Bullard, Philip and Bertram Taylor, Keith and
Medwelt Moultrie and Calvin Ingraham Moultrie; one brother, Joseph Moultrie; daughter-
in-law, Cinderella Moultrie; sister-in-laws, Eva Smith, Ellen, Alma, Mary and Florence
Moultrie and Mae Scott; grandsons-in-law, Oscar, Alton and Michael; grand daughters-
in-law, Iva, Catherine, Hester and Tonya; neices, Vemice Cooper Moultrie, Euphima
Cartwright, Naomi Carroll, Martha Brown, Mary Ramsey, Linda Missick, Sharon Ferguson,
Ingrid Moncur, Mary, Helen, Marylin, Stephanie, Elvira,. Jacqueline, Lesa, Della, and
Pamala Moultrie; Zelma Lockhart, Vernice James, M Sheila Johnson, Wilma Marshal,
Winfred Lockhart, Beryl Duncombe, Coral Dean, Mae Neely, Vera Rolle Deloris Pinder,
Monique Forbes and Barbra Smith; nephews, Father James Moultrie and family, Kenneth..
Christopher, Franklyn, Dereck, Charles, Kermit and Sgt. Mark Moultrie, William Outten,
Lural Burrows, Cecil Longley, Hubert and Rubin, Ross, Oswald, Carlton, and Anthony
Smith, Frank, Lester and Tony Carey, other relatives and friends including, Maria Campbell
Care-Giver, Edwin and Rowena Sands, Monica Ferguson, Louise Sturrup Martha Smith,
Elsie Smith and family, Merline Forbes and family, Mable Smith and family, Una Burrow,
Mr. Jack Thompson, Mr. Melvin Seymour, The Scavella family, The Young family,
Shantel McKenzie and family, the Nixon family, and the Forbes family The Mars and
Pleasant Bay Community;
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from
10:00 a.m. -6.00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until
service time.


KEVIN LEO ROLLE, 48


a resident of Antonio Drive, Bamboo Town, will be held
at Ebenezer Mission Baptist Church, St. Charles Vincent
S.,Street, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor
A"t Roslyn L. Astwood, assisted by Pastor Cy Russell and other
ministers. Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
and Spikenard Roads.
." Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Lucy; 6 sons,
"iy2 Kevin Jr., Angelo, Reo, Neko, Keno and Devaughn; 1
daughter, Shantia; 4 sisters, Bridgette Higgs, Tiffany Wilson,
Tanya Rolle and Patricia Jones; mother-in-law, Muriel
Kemp; grandmother-in-law, Eunice Sweeting; 5 uncles,
Alfred Williams, Spooner Grant, Joseph Ward,. Clarence
Russell, Carlton Cleare and Lorenzo Hutchinson; 6 aunts,
Dianne, Luellen Strachan, Shamie, Jenanae Grant; 5 sisters-in-law, Tremmie Morris,
Aretha Hanna, Gracelyn Pinder, Desiree and Nadine Kemp; 1 brother-in-law, Ricardo
Kemp; 1 grand aunt, Muriel Gay; 1 grand uncle: Theophilus Wallace; Godmother:
Henrietta Walcot; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends including,
the staff of B.E.C., the staff of Midas, church family of St. Stehens Baptist Church, the
Prodical Son Junkanoo Group, Linda McPhee, Levaugh Sanders, Lena Albury, Rudolph
Sweeting, Hanna family, Morris family, Albury family, Smith family, Arette family,
.Curryfamily of Bamboo Town, the entire community of Harbour Island, the family of


Andros, Mavis Johnson, Stephanie Stuart, Nebra Russell, Ena Saunders and Monlea
Bowles.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from
10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service
time.

FLORABELLE MCCOY, 81

I l ~ a resident of Jacaranda Street, Pinewood Gardens
and formerly of Stevenson, Cat Island, will be
held at New Bethlehem Baptist Church,
Independence Drive, on Saturday at 11 :00 a.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Erold Farquharson,
S ..assisted by Rev. Joseph, Saunders, Rev. Joseph
Saunders, Rev. Tyrone Laing, Elder Cora McPhee
A O .. and other ministers. Interment follows in
I .-. Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
-.T .'. memory linger in the hearts of her children; son,
Godfrey; daughters, Fredamae, Inez, Edna,
Cannen; adopted daughter, Rosheva Hepburn;
Berthurm; five( 5) sisters, Isabelle Wilson, Helen Bannister, Liz Saunders, Inez
Miller and Mary Nottage; one (1) brother, Luther Humes of Opa-Locka FLA; fourteen
(14) grand children, Denise Ritchie, Nickera, Dominique, Reonda, Ashley, Aneasha.
Darren, Delano, Gerrado, Edwin, Terrance, Lavardo, Kendrick and E.J.; two (2)
great grands, Jordan and Deneasha; one (1) brother-in-law: Preston McCoy of
Industrious Hill Cat Island; god-children, Montgomery Brown, Cynthia Poitier and
Derek Poitier; many cousins and Friends including, Robert Wilson and Family.
Zipporah Francis and Family, Miriam Stuart and family, Melva Flowers and family,
Mary Jane Moss and family, Caleb Wilson and family, Joshua Wilson and family,
Aaron Wilson and family, Andrew Hepburn and family, Moses, Marie, Stephen L.
Gordon and family, Alfred Ramsey and Family, Nathalie, Alex, Letha, S.A. Hepburn
and Family, Alma Watkins and Family, Cleophas Hepburn and family, Rosheva
Hepburn and family, Keva Boddie and family, Dorrington Poitier and family, Florene
Bain and family, Tezel Wright and family, Rebekah and Lily and family, Emil Poitier
and family, Orthnell Poitier and family, Hanna Poitier and family, Rev. Clifton
Hepburn and family, Minister Althia Poitier, Barbara McCoy, Inspector Christopher
McCoy and Family, Frank, Carolyn McDonald and family, Harcourt McCoy and
family, Ann McCoy and family, Donna, Carla, Nelson, Mag, Ben McCoy Jr. and
family (Detroit), Miriam McCoy, Micheal McCoy, Junior, Pattie, Maria Saunders,
Marie Hepburn, Vincey Dorsette, Agnes Hepburn, Nancy, Joseph, Olive Gaitor and
family, Helena, Sherine, Sheena, Doria, Linda, Sue, Sophia, Elaine, Teresa, Kenrica,
Val, Amelia Wilson and family, Beryl Duncombe and family, Margeretta Hepburn-
Cat Island, Margaret Pennennan, Magalene Rolle and family, Thelma Moore and
Family, Arlene Ramsey and Family, Catherine Larimore and family, Patsy Gaitor,
Ethermae and family, Rena Minnis and family, The Thompson family,The Rahming
family, Jenny and Curry and Family, Trevor, Maebel Stubbs and Family, Melvinton
and Family, Marina Simmons, Sheila Gordon and family, Sada Miller and family,
Winifred Bannister and Family, Magaret Watkins, Ida, Janemae McKenzie, Eleanor
Dorsette, Telatah Strachan and family, Lavina Rolle and family, Nell and Milly
Strachan and family, Brendaly, Diann and family, Annal Strachan and family, Reuben
Stubbs and family, Roland Brown and family, Edmond King and family, Elva
Scavella and family, Diann Fernander and family, Mary Seymour and family, The
Seymour family of Tea Bay, Old Bight and Orange Creek and the Entire Community
of Stevenson, Gaitors, Industrious Hill, Bluff, Knowles and Cove Cat Island and a
host of other relatives and friends.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m.
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SKathleen Rebecca Cartwright-
Thurston, 77

a residents of Cunningham Lane off Nassau
SStreet and formerly of Motimer's Long Island,
will be held at Evangelistic Temple, Collins
Ave. on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating
Swill be Pastor Gray Curry and Pastor Vaughan
Cash. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.
.Survived by husband, Henry J. Thurston,
SSr., children and their spouses, Hemy J.
l, '" YThurston, Jr., Bertadette and Rubin Miller,;
Haywood and Harry Thurston, Godfrey and
Claudine Thurston, Sabrina and Wellington Wright, Tanya and Larry Davis,
Sr., Jennifer and Robert Francis, Sr., Cheryl and Richard Smith, Lisa, Peter,
Julian, Tricia and Marguerite Thurston; grandchildren, Monique and Leroy
Stovel of Royal Palm Beach, Fla., Able Marine Seaman Wayne Wright of
RBDF, Melissa and Maquella Miller, Lanessa and Leah Thurston, Specialist-
Wesley and Lia Wright of US Anny, Korea; William and Sonia Wright, Simone
Smith, Saschenka, Shatara, Jerome, Leanthia Thurston, Lauren, Katherine and
Larry Davis, Jr.; Jewel, Gilbert and Robert Francis II; Nicole Thurston, Torcassio.
"Scottie" Bethel, Danteish Rolle, Aahliyah "Heidi" Thurston, Twyla, Julanob.
and Raynell Thurston and 1 adopted granddaughter, Dr. Sally Taylor; great
grand children, Roberto Smith, Jr., Nicholas and Cameron Stovel, Richard
Rambaran, Shea and Samauri Williams, Bradley McPhee, Jehu and Lorenzo
Wright; sister, Angela Cartwright; sister-in-law, Elsie Cartwright; nieces,
Deborah Cartwright, Keva Rahming, Hilda Flowers, Donna Bullard of Warren
County, New Jersey; Dellareese Bryant of Manhattan, New York; Violet
Cartwright-Dixon; nephews, Trevor Cartwright-Neely, Brian Cartwright,
Trevor Lightbourn, Barry, Crispin and William Smith, Bradford Hanna,
Terrance Cartwright of Kankakee, Illinois; grandnieces, Anastasia, Amber,
Anais, A vouleh, Adahliah Carter, Adria Flowers, Deidre Bullard, D' Audra
and Jailyn Thompson and D'Kera Cartwright, Tenicka and Jayden Seymour,
Robyn Hanna, Viveca and Valdassah Dixon, Vichel Roberts, Vashti Josey,
Vinique Deveaux, Kyla and Whitney Cartwright, Bronte Neely;
grand nephews, Tayshaun Neely, Dahar and Harcourt Carter Ill, Chezarae
Carter of Wilmington, Delaware, Ryan Hanna, Jared Flowers, D' Anza
Cartwright, Alexiou Higgs, Dexter Bullard, Nashard Smith, Anfemee Smith,
Brian Cartwright, Jr., Leon, Deon and D'Angelo Rahming, Trevor, Jr., Trevin
and Trevon Lightbourn; cherished cousins, Ervin and Stella Knowles and
family, Naomi and Lionel Symmonett and family, Angela Achara and family,
Kathleen and Roy Warren and family, John Major, Thelma Johnson and family,
Malcolm and Daphne Adderley and family, Alice Mckenzie and family, Shirley,
Christine, Sidney and Keith Cartwright and family and Pamela Symmonett
and family, Whitfield Williams and family, Stephanie Ramsey and family,
Gloria Kemp and family and Daniel Ingrid Knowles and family; numerous
faithful families and friend including, Michael Martinborough and family, Cyd
Cartwright-Gay, Juanita Cartwright-Knowles, The Symmonetts, the Knowles,
the Warrens, the Archaras, the Christies, the Adderleys, the Majors and the
Cartwrights, Marina Smith, Lydia Lightbourn, Wealthy Winters, Linda Johnson,
Cynthia and Michael Mihas, Norma Knowles, Hazel Chipman, Phillipa "Sundy"
McKenzie, Kilian Murphy, Keith Johnson, Euwonka Saunders, Leading Seaman
Dan Rolle, RBDF, Doreen Baker, Marie Hanna, The Cunningham Lane
neighbors Todds, Lightbourne's and the Macgregor's, Tammie Hall-Thompson,
Hannah Hall, Antoinette Major, The LongWharf early morning swimmers,
Elder Errol Jackson and Family, Natasha Dames and family, Patricia Davis
and family, George and Michelle Wells and family and a host of other relatives
and friends.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street froml0:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church
from 9:00 a.m. until service time.


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EAST SUN @URISE MORTUARY



"A New Commitment To Service"



ENOCH CUNNINGHAM, 73
of Ride\ a% Drive and formerly of Crooked
island \ I ll be held on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
S at Church of God of Prophecy, East Street
S Tabernacle. Officiating will be Bishop Dr.
SRudolph V Bowe, JP, Pastor Dale Moss,
S. Associate Pastor Stephen Green and Associate
Pastor Terrance Forbes. Interment will follow
Sa Lakc le\\ -Memorial, J.F.K. Drive.
He is survived by his wife, Brenda
Cunningham, children, Mark (Andy) and his
wife A.nnamac Cunningham, Deanne and her
husband Pastor Timothy F. Johnson and
SDwight jnd his wife Dr. Joanne Cunningham;
grana children. Avery. Aaron, Mica, Cori,
Monika Cunnirngh.mn Paulaki R'oach. Kr'izen Colebro.:ke and Taylor Cleare;
adopted children, Vana Roach, Cora Colebrooke and LaTarsha Cleare; brother,
\\ liam Cunningham. sisters. Evangelist Edna Cunningham and Dorcas Bain;
si:trs-in-la\v. MarJ and Sandra Cunningham, nephew\ s. Pastor Franklyn, Elder
GernId and.Ralph Bowe AMfa i'n Jr.. and Bernard Bain. Kevin, Antoine and Kent
Cunninoham. Preston Prait, Alonzo Dt\on,- Rudolph \\ilson; nieces, Esmerline
and Ruby Bowe, Francita Cooper, Roberta Dixon, Marion Pratt and Shevonne
-Wilson, Tina Cunningham, Melissa.Bain, Ella and Sharon Bowe; grand nieces,
-Arleri*h o pson,-Adra Springer, Barbara, Madlyn; Sherry, Nicole and Dorissa
Bowe, Kaylisa and Katia Cunningham; grand nephews, Sean Thompson, Stafford
Springer, Victor, Randy, Al, Vincent, Vaughn and Valentino Bowe, Matthew Bain,
Spencer and Wesley Pratt, lan and Lance Dixon and Rudy Wilson Jr.; cousins
including the following and their families. Pastor Deanza Cunningham, Tony and
Energine Simms, Bishop Arthur and Mabell Wilson Sr., Bishop Arthur Wilson
Jr., Barry and Danette Wilson, Jimmy and Edith Wilson, Pete, Winnie and Courtney
Beecham, Tony and Walline Williams, Norman and Stella Cox, Eva Dean, Nellie
Bain, Erma Williams, Donna Williams, Parnell Barker, Lynn Wright, Paulette
Martin, Ena Deleveaux, Tony Williams, Alrich Gibson, Lela Gibbs, Elma Strapp,
Portia and Steve Bamrett, Eleanor Allen, Robert Moss, Silas McKinney, Everette
Gibson, Marina Gibson, Willis McKinney; Josephine Bonaby, Malcolm
Cunningham, Zilpha Simmons, Ted and Barbara Strachan and Arnette Chislom,
numerous relatives and friends including, Romeo and Beatrice Ferguson, Kevin
Colebrooke, Allan and Willabea Smith, Cindy and Albert Carty, Ellen Johnson
and family, Percival and Pastor Curtlin Johnson, Dorlan and Kaylisa Curtis and
family, Darell and Marie Johnson, Jamaal Johnson, Deidre and Ellaka Barry,
Marva Williams, Marcella Dean, Debra Cartwright, Keva Ryan, Nadene and
Donavan Lynch, Jennifer Edwards, Dr. Conville Brown, Dr. Francis, Bishop,
Elgarnet Rahming, Bishop Rudolph V. and Veronica Bowe, Bishop Ghaly and
Angela Swann, Pastor Dale and Diane Moss, Pastor Terrance and Terrel Forbes,
Pastor Stephen and Jancy Greene, Rev. J. Carl and Evangeline Rahming and
family, Rev. John Roker, Rev. Michael Symonette, Rev. Carrington Pinder, Stanely
Beneby, Winston "Tappy", T. J. Ford, Lloyd Dorsette, Deacon Albert and Maebell
Daxon, Tonisha and Tivonia Roberts, Evelyn Saunders, Bernard and Sheila
Munroe, Shirley Street COGOP, Elizabeth Estates COGOP, Englerston COGOP,
St, Paul's Baptist Church family, Impeiial Life family, Bethel Baptist Senior Saints,
and Montague Swim Club.
Friends may pay their, last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, Rosetta Street,
Palmdale from. 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday, and at the church from 9:30
a.m. on Saturday until service time.






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2003 Ford Escape XLT,
leather & loaded, available @ Sanpin Motors,
$19,800, warranty, license & insp. Etc. trades
are welcome, Call: 325-0881-2


BBF #774
1999 Acura 3.2 TL,
sunroof, pwr everything, A/C, auto, runs
quiet, very clean, DVD, navigation, factory
9" subwoofer, very nice car,
Call: 364-1688
for Price


BBF #761
1993 Toyota Corolla,
low miles, like new, pwr fully,
CD, alloy rims,
$3,900,
Call: 394-0473


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


1696
1994-1996 Nissan Primera,
@ Sanpin Motors, loaded, warranty,
license & insp. Etc.
$5,000 & up
Call: 325-0881-2


2001 Dodge B-350 15 pass.
Loaded & nice, see it @ Sanpin Motors, trades
are welcomed, $18,800,
Call: 325-0881-2


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


1995 Honda Accord,
loaded available @ Sanpin Motors, warranty,
license & insp. Etc.
$7,500,
Call: 325-0881-2


1994 Nissan Cedric,
loaded @ Sanpin Motors, warranty,
license & insp. Etc.
$5,995,
Call: 325-0881-2


BBF #702
2002 Chevy 1500's and S-10's pick ups
Direct from the U.S. available @ Sanpin Motors,
warranty, license & insp. Etc.
trades are welcome, Call: 325-0881-2


1994-1996 Nissan Sunny's,
loaded & nice, available @ Sanpin Motors,
$5,000 & up, License & Insp.
Warranty service etc.
Call: 325-0881-2


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


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


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2002 Dodge 1500 pick up
New Body Style, direct from the U.S. available
@ Sanpin Motors, warranty, license & insp. Etc.
trades are welcome,
Call: 325-0881-2


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


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


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BBF #698
2000 Dodge Dakota,
4-r, & 2dr, models available, @ Sanpin Motors,
loaded, warranty, license & insp. Etc. trades are
welcome, starting from $12,500 and up,
Call: 325-0881-2


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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


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


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


2005 Dodge Caravan 7 seater,
pwr options, with factory built in DVD, come see
it @ Sanpin Motors, Call: 325-0881-2 $21,500,
Warranty, Lic & Inspection,serviced etc. trades
are welcomed, Call: 325-0881-2


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


2005 Dodge Ram 1500,
( Hemi engine) blue, four door, rims,
customize sound system, 3 TV's fully
loaded, low mileage, clean title,
$42,000,
Call: 455-6965

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BBF #751
1994 Honda Accord,
SIR, H228 motor, DOHC, 100 shot Nitrous, coil
overs, cool air intake, alarm, lots more.....
custom paint job, must see to appreciate,
$7,200.00, Cell:558-7562


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


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


BBF #690
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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2004 Escalade Truck,
maroon, leather, fully loaded,
excellent condition, chrome rims,
364-0477, 359-1033, or 323-8080


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


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


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


1996 Honda Accord,
A/C, fully pwr, CD, newly painted,
18" chrome, excellent condition,
$5,500,
Call: 323-1285 or 434-8560


2003 Buick LeSabre,
fully loaded, low miles, A/C,
$16,500,
Call: 455-6965


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


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1999-2001 Ford Taurus,
@ Sanpin Motors $11,500 & loaded, warranty,
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BBF #775
2000 Chevy Cavalier,
red, 2-dr, pwr everything
$4,000,
Call: 328-6356 or 455-8678


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


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


BBF #768
1995 Q45 Infiniti,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 324-5552
or
427-9961/356-1643


ofr f-101
1995 Izusu Rodeo, white,
for sale, $4,500 OBO, A/C, fully pwr, alarm,
CD, just in,
Call: 565-3493 or 341-6688


2004 Honda 650XL,
Big gun bike $5,500 ONO, 2006 Honda 650XL
FMF, jet kit, holding rack, $8,000, both bikes
very clean and running like new,
Call: 436-8883 or 436-3664


1995 Daewoo Espero,
fully pwr, door, running great, ONLY!
$1,100, ONO,
Call: 328-0002 or 426-5339,


BBF #772
2000 Chevy Malibu,
immaculate condition, silver and grey int.
A/C, CD, fully pwr, 18" chrome rims,
$8,000,
Call: 326-1040 ask for Ms. Missick,
Cell 359-3521 or 357-0876


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


BBF #794
2002 Nissan Maxima GLE,
fully loaded, leather int. pwr everything,
very clean, must see to appreciate, asking
$15,000, open for negotiation,
Call: 361-8624 after 4pm


1992 Mitsubishi 2500Kg,
5-speed, A/C,
excellent condition,
$4,350,
Call: 325-7173








BBF #778
2001 Honda Civic,
RHD, mint condition, less than
24K miles, clean title, one owner,
fully loaded, CD, A/C, $13,000,
Call: 557-2727


1992 Hilux Surf,
diesel, A/C, sunroof, alloy wheels,
4-wheel dr. fully pwr,
$7,600, OBO
Call: 364-7841or 427-3158


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#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


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2*72" Wide screen,
.LCD, mobile video monitor, remote control,
build in speaker head rest, $200 each rest or
$400 both ask for Jason,
Call: 425-0651 or 356-0617


BBF #782
1997 Chevy Lumina,
remote start, A/C, license till Dec.
20" chrome rims,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 322-6926


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


2004 Kia Ex Sorento,
12 CD changer, AM/FM radio, tape player, dual
air bag, 15,600 miles, fog lights, roof racks, fully
powered, tints,
$23,000,
Call: 454-9251 or 502-8646


















1997 Honda Accord,
sunroof, automatic, CD, A/C,
18" chrome rims, tints,
$7,000,
1997 Accord, S/S, CD, set, A/C,
factory rims, tints,
$6,500,
1994 Honda Accord CD $4,500,
1994 Accord stick 2-dr $4,500
Call: 557-1205 or 364-3691











BBF #793
1999 Grand Cherokee Ltd,
4*4, 6-Cyl. 4.0 Liter, platinum grey, fully loaded,
premium sound, fully pwr, leather seats, sunroof,
2 airbags & ABS, clear title, expatriate leaving
island, perfect condition, $12,900 ONO,
Call: Chris at 424-3022


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TKHI #419 1997 UAUILLAU UtVILLC
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)


BBF #788
1994 Nissan Skyline,
CD player with remote, 17" alloy rims, A/C, fully
pwr, brand new shocks, brakes and tires, power
windows, power mirrors, central locking,
6 cylinder, Xeon headlights,jaguar horn.
Call: 456-0097


1999 Cadillac Deville,
fully loaded, like new, 20" rims, 6 disc CD
Changer, $14,000, trades are welcomed,
98 Ford Explorer, 4-dr, white leather seats,
$5,500,
97 Accord 18" chrome rims, CD, $7,500,
Call: 456-0097


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


1997 Cadillac Limousine,
Excellent Conditions.
$12,000.00
Tel: 325-6847
Ask for Mr. Moss.


TRIB #458
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


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


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








,RIB #508
1997 POINTIAC
Super charger GT, Burgundy with black leather
interior $4,900.00
Fully loaded, paint job, super fast, low miles,
good on gas, CD player, leather seats, price for
quick sale, Will ship to the family Islands for a
low fee, very nice car, Prime Cars Auto Sale
bring vehicle in for a low fee
Tel: 356-3953 Cell: 457-2791 or 454-7352


1997 HONDA ACCORD
$5,300.00
1993 SUNNY $1,500.00
Tel: 322-7211
Cell: 454-6368


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TRIB #495
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


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 mustsee.
Tel: 364-7611
TRIB #505


11B #512
1997 CHEVY LUMINA
Grey with tan interior, 20" rims,
sound system, alarm,
Very clean in and out.
Runs great
Tel: 434-4496


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)


1996 HONDA ACCORD
White with grey leather interior, V tech
$5,700.00
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 -


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



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
cold air intake, soundproofing, Xenon lights & more
Like new and in perfect running order
(service records available)
$34,000 or best offer
day: 502-8879 or cel: 424-3119











TRIB #507
2002 PONTIAC SUNFIRE
Blue with grey/black interior
$7,900.00
Fully loaded, Mint condition, CD player, clean title,
financing available. Will ship to the family Island for a
low fee.
Prime Cars Auto Sale
Tel: 356-3953 Cell: 457-2791 454-7372


TRIB #521
1999 FORD EXPEDITION
23" Rims,13" Flip T.V. CD/DVD Players
Leather Interior
$14,500.00 O.N.O.
Tel. 477-3514 or 362-4714


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


TRIB #504
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


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


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 2407.


1999 MAZDA MIATA
Crimson Convertible
$4,500.00
Tel: 362-4100 Cell: 457-4100


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


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










TRIB #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


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TRIB #525
1996 Plymouth Voyager
(engine trouble), 3.0
$2,900.
Telephone: 393-8314


2001 CHEVOLET CAVALIER
White with grey interior
Just in from the US, Price to sell, asking $3500 OBO
Visit our website, www.webstreetcars.com
Stardard shift 4 cylinder, 55,000 low miles. 2 door,
Extra clean. Must see.
Call 422-0499 /327-5537 or 341-1575


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2000 DAEWOO LANOS
Green with grey interior. Great condition
$5,500.00 ONO
Call: 324-6384 or 456-5589


RIB 4529
2001 INFINITY G -20T
2001 INFINITY G -20T
Silver, 4 door sedan, fully loaded with beige/ black
leather interior, sunroof, fog lights, rear spoiler,
CD player
$11,500.00 ONO will take $10,000.00 cash
Tel: 455-7842, Ask for Joe


2003 NISSAN 350Z COUPE,
Black with black leather interior,
Only 8000 miles, Excellent condition,
garage kept, Power everything,
Will accept'99--03 HONDA CiVIC or ACCORD
As part of sale.
Tel: 302-3910 days or 364-4895 eve


1996 HONDA ACCORD
Burgundy with grey interior
$6,500.00
AC, CD player, stick shift, clean,
Must see. In from the US
Tel: 341-3286 Cell: 477-4335


TRIB #547
1967 ANTIQUE RILEY ELF
Stretch model.
Light green with grey interior,
4 door, 6 seater, CD, radio, standard
shift, right hand drive, wood dash
Tel: 327-7771/2


1993 CAMRY, BLUE $3000 ONO
1999 NISSAN STD Pick up $2,800.00 ONO
1996 DODGE 250 Pick up work truck,
$2000 ONO
Package deal, Take all three for $6,000.00
Tel: 393-4552 Cell: 422-4231


TRIB #557
1998 FORD EXPLORER XLT
Dark blue with tan interior $9,900.00
One owner, Excellent condition, Fully loaded,
Leather interior, CD player.
TOSHIBA 50" TV $700.00
Tel: 326-6368 cell: 424-2555


TRIB #534
2005 NISSAN ALTIMA White
$27,000.00
Fully loaded, 22" rims, sunroof, 5,000 miles
Keyless entry
Tel: 394-3436 Cell: 454-0954


2000 NISSAN SENTRA .
Burgundy with tan interior
$11,200.00
18" rims, Gold spinners, DVD, 2 screens, mini
playstation 2, 12 pioneer subs, CD player,
Will take serious negotiations (2400 watt amp)
Tel: 327-8109
Cell: 525-1251 or 327-1151


FRIB #540
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA, GOLD
With clean beige/tan interior, clean nice ride,
A must see, cold AC, factory alarm and
CD player
$17,000.00 OBO call me. lets make a deal
if there is no answer please leave message on
Answering machine
Tel: 544-8457


TRIB 4552
1993 CAMRY, BLUE $3000 ONO
1999 NISSAN STD Pick up $2,800.00 ONO
1996 DODGE 250 Pick up work truck,
$2000 ONO
Package deal, Take all three for $6,000.00
Tel: 393-4552 Cell: 422-4231


2002 GMC SIERRA DELUXE
Red pick-up with tan interior,V8, AC, PS,
PB, Auto, radio w/CD, new rims,
very clean like new
$18,900.00
Tel: 322-8734 or 325-3110


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








TRIB #494
1983 26FT CHRIS CRAFT, CABIN
CRUISER
Hull only, Blue/White
$5,000.00 OBO,
Leave message
Tel: 457-4627 or 325-5555


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% -'OAT FOR SALE"
; 2 i-p,:rione 'viitewater 250i HP Saitwater
:.-,es ouiuoara engine. b nours on new
S" ea:j. *1ij aai capacity. New Bimini. fresn
:;:tom doain VHF. Garmin fish finder, wash
Scwn. XM satellite radio nggea ana ready for
Serious fishing
S$19.000.00 OO. Tel: 394-1377 or 357-3138


TRIB #506
18" LARSON CENTER CONSOLE
Bimini Top, GPS, VHF radio with float on trailer,
2004 Honda BF13 outboard,
Excellent condition. Serious enquiries only.
$22,500.00 ONO
Tel: 364-2736


15BF 1762
(1) Grill for sale
:'500 ONO.
S Call: 393-3844 or 525-5899


FOR SALE
16' Hewes Bonefisher (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


TRIB 457
36FT 1976 FLORIDA DESIGN
Solid Fiberglass Hull, 3208T CAT, Cruise 15 knots,
gen, 2 chest freezers, stabilizers, life raft, AC, snapper
reels, GPS, VHF, Furuno color fish finder, ready to
work, Good charter fish or dive vessel, 29K ONO
Tel: 373-2222 days Freeport


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


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TRIB #373C- Yamaha "Big Bear" ATV
4X4, 400cc 4 stroke, Go Anywhere,
Was $11,040 on sale for $9660,
Demo also available for $8990.
At Harbourside Marine, East Bay Street. 393-0262


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 #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


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HOME THEATRE SYSTEM,
S 299.99
LE.MARK PRINTER $ 79.9',
PHILLIPS DVD PLAYER UNIDEil
CORDLESS PHO[JE
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TRIB #488


BRAND NEW, BRAND NAME TV'S FOR
SALE
Sharp 20" flat LCD TV, Only $699.00
Samsung 24" flat CRT TV Only $499.00
Samsung 27" flat CRT TV Only $699.00
Sony 32" FD trinitron wega flatscreen only
$1299.00
I-PDD 30 GB black or white only $499.00
or $799.00 with speakers


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WInIInIuI Nokia 5165 () New $60.00
Nokia 3590 (G) New $80.00
Nokia 3595 (G/Q) New $100.00
Nokia 6010 (G/Q) New $120.00
'gig.-e Motorola v.601(T) New $150.00
S-CGSM phone Motorola v.180 (G/Q/S) New $160.00
STOMA phone Motorola v.220 (G/Q/S) New $180.00
V Video Nokia 3220 (G/Q/C) New $220,00
5- Speaker phone *Nokia 6101 (G/Q/S/C) New $260.00
Q color scren Motorola RAZR SILVER (G/Q/S/C) New $260.00
Motorola v.80 (G/Q/S/C) New $320.00


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Telephone: 242.4563967/242224.4198 '4Doioering, topnoboh technologiee art t*notcS sasoountst
E-mail: rboCa hrS.cor, tp:/lw.sw~rsrnoster.wr Cominlgsononl Call ia e rs free!
DisxountS on bulk orders, andfor rpeat uwlomers and rlenasls; For clvtlaln, piemnd,54< 590 (a Srovn)


TRIB #519
ONE BRAND NEW
Still in the boxes, Above ground pool
24 ft x 48-54
Tel: 325-6084 cell: 357-8499


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*RIB #549
Utility Trailers.
Available in different sizes:
1200 Ib capacity is $1095,
2000 Ib capacity is $1900.
Harbourside Marine, East Bay St.
393-0262.


HIGH- END
WIRELESS NOTEBOOKS FOR SALE
BRAND NEW.
DellToshiba or HP Mobile notebooks with frCa
carrying case including the following specs:- Wi-Fi,
S15" to 15.4" LCD display, 512 megs of ram, DVD-
RW/CD-RW,DVD- Rom 60 gig HDD, 3-4 hour battery
S* life, WXP home, Microsoft office, Norton system
works 2006, Hoyle board games 2006,
Encarta Encyclopedia 2006, 12 months warrantly.
Please call Ken at 324-8880, 364-4173 or 424-7888
Freelll
256mb Pen Drive
With purchase
$1599.


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THIB #503


NBA LIVE 2006
$89.99
Soul Calibier III $89.99
Many more starting at $19.99,
PS2 Controller $32.99
Memory card 34.99

Tel: 393-1138


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BBF #801
2001 Honda Civic,
fully pwr, A/C, new tires, CD player, good
condition, clean int. $10,000 OBO,
Call: 325-3212
9am to 5pm

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BE BEAUTIFUL BRIGHT
IN 3 TO 5 DAYS GUARANTEEDIIIII!
New permanent formula! Great for acne and
dark marks!
Just call to order
364-8204
free delivery! Limited supply


"BODY MAN SPECIAL"
1997 FORD EXPLORER
Green with grey leather interior, $2,300 ONO
hard in the front. Can be used for parts or fixed.
V8, engine, glass,doors & transmission excellent!
Tel: 324-2678
Cell: 434-0062 or 636-3116


1996 Honda Accord,
CD, A/C, fully pwr, 18" rims, leather int.
keyless remote start, alarm, mint condition,
$6,500,
Call: 328-0002


BBF 1799
1994 Honda Integra,
DOHC V-Tech, sunroof, CD,
good condition, automatic,
$4,800 ONO,
Call: 324-8673 or 423-0871


BBF #803
1998 Musso Jeep (Mercedes),
one owner, serviced regularly, never mashed or
damaged, good condition,
$13,000, Diesel fuel efficient
Call: 557-8567


2001 MERCEDES BENZ
CLK 55AMG, Silver with grey leather
interior, Excellent condition
$55,000.00 ONO
Tel: 359-2628 or 326-7500 (wk)


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a THE SOLE MACKINTOSH-ONLY
r aI TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
a PROVIDER IN THE BAHAMAS
consultantsPP
SUPPORT


Tel: 393-3127
Fax: 341-6928


" SERVICE
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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


*


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

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ECAR
SALES

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


CORPORATE PROFESSIONAL
....SERVICES FOR
p Special Projects
s Reports
Tel 364-8551 L Proof-reading
Cell 427-0055 W Administrative
sludiosflamingo@yahoo.com Services



WEB HOSTING AND DESIGN
Now Available in the Bahamas
Dilietree 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


SAVE ON INTERNATIONAL CALLS!


US & Canada
$75 per month M.:..a, a.:. r
Jun. D.al1 i -aCu.' ].:1'-39.j i- '.. :,u Fir
Unlimited
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.Ju i Dial 1-800-389-0239& enler your Pin


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Required
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Ca'd
* No Call Back. oic
N oa Gaaqel 1.
noop. up


' TEL:::3 4-8726.Fr.Y"ur Pin..,

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.-IIIlIGO E:-'PR: ES .,
322-2347


( CRICKET CLUB
Rcsiauranl Pu. t OCienr D31 * LIve By Sa elle Engl...r Prem,.r So.:.er
Cricl..k l. Rugt, ei.:
SERVING Snepard Pie Cracked Cc.ncn Banger. & M.asrn .li.cken
Pol Pie Grouper Fir.i~ir Fried Chicker, *Sleal & Kdrnev Pie *
Seaiood Planer 'soui: Sanamen,,hs Sal.vi Dran Beer Slela
Fos.ers Be'.&- ano Full Bar AiriLcondarion a Bar Oulroor Pai',
Ljcsiaon Haynes O.al WerT Ba, SI Oppc Arawa.k Ca,
Tel 326-4720


HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC BARRELS
Can be used for Garbage Di'posal Animal Feed
SWaer or Fuel Storaqe Drinn Cooler 5gel for mopping
55Gallon-S 35.00140.00 *30Gallon-S 25.00
15 Gallon S 15.00 5 Gallon S 5.00
We Ship To The Family Island
J CALL: 393-3667
Man 'ai lOam 6pm p LlowdJ oi, Sjnday & Holloy'





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



We install sprinkler systems starting at
$499 Labour. Parts may be another
$200, depending upon lawn size.
FREE ESTIMATES.
CALL: 357-8888


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THE SUMMIT RETREA T

WESTRIDGE, JFK DRIVES (Quiet & secluded)
GRADUATIONS. WEDDINGS. RECEPTIONS. CONFER-
ENCES. RETREATS, YOUTH CAMPS PRIVATE GET-
AWAYS A/C DORMS. CHAPEL, KITCHEN. DINING ROOM.
PRAYER CLOSETS ( GROUPS UP TO 80 PERSONS )
327-0667 / 424-3330**v thesummirretreal org
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* Alternators
* Starters &
A Electrical
***^_TELEPHONE
^^^^^Q.326-6925


* Repairs


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New Year New You!
SPF-60
Triats. Aging Skin, Sun Damaged Skin, Dr) Skin, 01i) skin,
Fine Lines, Wrinkles, Brown Spots, Acne, Acne Scarring,
Blemishes, skin discolorations, Surgical Scars & Keloids


Telephone


322-3831


Ask for Dr Chinyere Carey-Bullard MD
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INGRAHAM S AUTO
ELECTRICAL
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ISLAND
~WINDSHIELDS &
AUTO SALE

We Supply and Install
Windshields Door glass Back glas Ouarter glass
t I DSHIELOS STA TE .4T $169.99
Li it Prit~ c GuaranI e'llI

Tel/Fax 326S110I6 .
Locted: Easut Street Southipifl'iiKempfBra


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The Judith Blair Story

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Thi. Websile cs ievoled to the Glorl-cai on cl God ihrrigh Women
Each month devoted "Real Women' are leaiureo
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www.thewomanatthewellspeaks.og/wellforum/
s sickness a generaiiornla curse"
Are Ihe sins ol ire parents being eiillid or Ire children"
Why do *e nave so many men in prison'
And much more. loin us?




Tn uil:. .a ,i n31 i Va.-i:. ori ALcorn.modli.ri: Wr .aidwa,
Corm.i Renial- W,.rldwile Vacjiior. F'Par.a-e
Di.eurntl0 -irfa, c-_ mr .l r cmber r ,p C ur ,.ullr.g
Joyce C Bent Sr-,:.-r Term REniali Cr.:up r F mil, Va.al.:'ns
Vacanon Induslry Tinml- :rar Sale i :ru,: *i Hc.rne moon
Spec~ainsi Famil., I1lar"n Trip, iRegaals GIC
Tel: 242-351-4294 Fax: 242-352-3752
PO Box F-44296, Freeport. GBI
Email: exoticvacations(aobatelnet.os
Rwww.exoticvacarions2.com

YOU ORDER IT .... WE WILL PICK IT


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We pay your bills and
pick up items from the
Florida area.
Weekly Service Available.


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654 (COLOR)
Ipplirs I po l aer it (w 5 i r) w atursl f ia opleS
L I e rain, rf.lrtlifun, jpphi A prite subfrjc ro ihJage.


Polly's Swimwear

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


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COMPUTER EXPRESS
Let our Eper Techrcians proEide iou silh Professional Serni.
SALES SERVICES REPAIR
HARDWARE & SOFTWARE FOR SATELLITES & COMPUTERS
TEL: (242) 364-0784
EMAIL:computerexpress@coralwave.com



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Ductless Air (ondiliou ing
& Heal Pump Sslems
Renmite CAntrol#Pa& tg BUfrient
SMr. Slim Split-Dutlless m\stems .
S(.11 MULTI \,RFZ Sslems
SCENIRAL AIR UNITS i lJ

A Classic Beauty Salon
SPECIAL FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY


* 28 P;ieces $45
STwvisi Exlension $70
* Yarn Eftension $90
* 2 Sirand Twist/Nalurai Hair L145
iWhole Head) Wea,.ng 165
(Whole Headi Bonding $35


SMake up Applicallon $25
* Pedicure $22
* Manicure $10
* Tammy Taylor $35
SAirorushing also avaiiaDle


Call for Appointments Walk in Welcome
Barber on Duty Nail Booth For Rent $80.00 per week
Telephone 325-1082

S"Finally a tlrme part for A'
U. am -- .- discriminating Adults!"
CNRC
Casino Training at its Besil Casno Fanlasy Themed
Craps S699- Eveni 5S~e vce
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8 RESTAURANT DIRECTORY

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FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
THREE SERVICES SUNDAY
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM
PRAYERS FOR YOUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
WEDDINGS* FUNERALS*HOMES* CARS
Just call the numbers listed.
I'll personally handle your request.
(242) 393-5798, (242) 32
'Come and Worship."


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CHILDREN'S WORLD ACADEMY
NURSERY & PRESCHOOL
Combine Curnculum & Flat screen Teaching
Low Tuition 7:0AM -:50PM7
Johnson Road (Follow Signs)

Tel: 364-6238 / 426-0074


ILR GROSVENOR ACADEMY OF LANGUAGES
#64 Gros enor Close Shirle) Street INext to PJl.HI






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


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BLUEPRINT CITY CO. LTD.

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Tel 1242 23-Ci578
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Email:blueprintcity@yahco.com


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Call: 356-7853 For A FREE Workout


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MICHAEl. DUNCOMIE
Proprietor
#27 Kenwood Street
East off Montrose Ave
PO Box SS-6767

Duncombe's Auto Body Parts & Repair
Ph: (242)322-5392 Cell: 454-3848


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DEALERS OF GENERIC GENERATORS
For Home an. Business, lully au omalic
Very sale Ouiet. and fuel ehicienl
All al Ihe besl price guaranieea
Even cheaper than Home Depot U S A
Installation included
Pre-summer Special slaning at lowIa. low price

Call ~ ~ : 32514/ 8-02


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REAL ESTATE
ACREUGE
Hooper's Bay, Exuna 5
-cm $295,000.00
Fkre Re4 Aboe -13 acres of
beautiful land with elevations
between fity to eighty feet. The
land runs from the Queen's
Highway to the southwestern
seashore -$48 o00.00
Bak feMd West Bay Ste
- 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 Rldgeland 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 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
M230 Palmetto Village -
Triplex with one 2/2 unit and
two 1/1 units $259,000.00
#278 Koo Acres 4-unit
apartment complex in excellent
condition $348,000.00
#172 Yamacraw Shores -
triplex with 3 two-bedroom units
in good condition
$250,000.00.
TELEPHONE 394-2650
www.paulritchierealestate.com


REAL t ET A E



Lots
Mashal Rd. 75 x 103.
$78,000
O4l Beo rdRd. Duplex l
64 x 100. $57,000

read. lot. $485,000. ? j'
Off Ea n Rd. 13.000 sqft.i
culde sac. $180,000. :
Shirly SL 25 acre
commercial. $2.4m

Hillcrest Towers 2 bed, 2 bath
penthouse- with study.
pGo us views. Asking
229 00.
Winton hilltop 5 bed; 3 ? bath
with 2 bedroom- cottage a&
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. $599,00.
Brace Ridge Split level 4
bed, 2.5 bath 2700 sq.ft. home.
Pool & generator. $595,000.
Camperdown -Renovated
3,000 sq.ft. hillside 4 bed, 3
bath home with workroom & Ig.
patio. $499,000.
Coral Harbour canal 2500
sq.ft. 4 bed, 3 bath. Central
A/C. $695,000.
Woodland Rd. Corner lot
100 x 100 with 4 bed, 3 bath
2600 sq.ft. hm. Central a/c.
$410,000.
Fam. Islands
Long island- Salt Pond. Resd.
Lot 100 x 130. $30,000.
Hamilton's Resd. Lot 100 x
270. $30,000.
Exuma- 1.4 acres beachfront
property. $485,000.
Abaco. Treasure Cay. 1/2 acre
canal lot. $395,000 O.N.O.
Rental
Ft. FIncastle, Dean's Lane -
unfum. 1 bed apt. $400.00
mthly
Blue Sky Real Estate at
394-1664

ELIZABETH
ESTATES,
3 bedroom House with
enclosed yard,
Only 110,000.
$5,500 down.

Tel:Tropical Realty,
327-1102.


LOTS

FOR SALE

INDIGO SUBD West Bay St
large elevated- Iobt. wrocean
view. $295,000.
WESTWIND SUBD, Wet Bay
St. Duplex & Single-Family Lots
0 ony $860,05 with $4.000
Down, Pools, Tennis Courts,
24hrs-sec avail. Phone Now. 4-
plex 5-plex"i 6.plex lots

JACARANDA. New Gated
Subd. bpp Fort Bay,
11,0o0-13,0oos( -if.:y^Singe-
Family Lots- 0 a steal
$115.000. Mulb-Family Lots are
well over 1/2 acre in size,
$250,000.
.. CONDOS^ re-: J o
Nautica West Bay St gated
community, wirh pools,
playground. elc'3 bed. 3.5 bath
new conoos w/covered parking
cutsom cabinel *1h granite
counter tops. $470,000/
$500,000.
SANDFORD DR, 3 bed, 3.5
bath, fully furn, new town
house, with large pool, stand by
generator, very tasteful, price
reduced to $350,000. Rental
$3,500/pm.
SEA BEACH ESTS, West Bay
St, 2 bed, .L.bath fumn, Apt
$175,000.
FARMER'S HILL, EXUMA, ;1
acre of elevated land with
unobstrui'j~ie t.: aui'iul ocean
views, $'. 01 UL 0 I
FOREIGN BUYERS WHO
INVEST .- $500,000
,ui,'riiiai cquaiily for
-erT-anern residence SldLtu.

Contact:-Mr Wells at
TropicalURealty- -
327-1102.,


Russell WI/Spanlsh Wells
Escape traffic and crime
Spectacular water views from
every room
Beautiful 3Br/ 2.5Ba.
2800 sqft Villa,
1500 sqft deck, Gourmet kit,
Italian tile throughout,
Cent A/C, lush tropical 1/2 acre
w/citrus, 100ft on deep water,
50K cistem, well, generator.
$1.85M
Tel: 242-333 48689


CURT THOMPSON
LOTS A LOTS OF LOTS
TROPICAL GARDENS comer
site friplex lot, 60'x100',
$125,000.
4.29 acres GLADSTONE
ROAD, 51,500.000
LOVE ESTATES beachfront
1.58 acres, $1,650,000
THOMPSON BOULEVARD
1 13- acres:- 282.80x199.16,
$545,000
OAKES FIELD commercial lot,
100'x540', $540,370
FAITH GARDENS commercial
lots 20,053 sq ft, $240,636.00
COWPEN ROAD area
50'x296', $89,000
WEST WINDS duplex lots
almost all gone. Starting at
$95,000
WEST PLACE 110'x223',
$225,000
FOX HILL ROAD 110'x150'
commercial site; $225,000.
HARDINGSVILLE North West
Ridge 100'x130', $175,000
SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES
duplex site 100'x117', $105,000
CHARLOTTVILLE residential
lot 60'x130', starting at $92,000
TROPICAL GARDENS lot
6,500sq ft, ideal for triplex,
$95,000
WINTON HEIGHTS hilltop lot
125x125, $130,000
NASSAU GARDENS multi-
family 84'x112' $80,000
Last commercial site in Airport
Industrial Park 27,563sq ft,
$142,734.00.
SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES
single family, $89,500
WEST PLACE 100'x150',
$150,000
BLUE WATER CAY, water
front lot, 11,566sq ft, $255,000
Commercial lot ADELAIDE
ROAD, 99.95'x381.58',
$225,000.00
CURTIS THOMPSON
REAL ESTATE
Phone 326-1514,356-6484
(evenings 323-8408)
E-mail address:
curtls@coratwave.com.


JACK ISAACS
REALTY


NNck 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. FL, 20 feet
above sea level. $1150,000.
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
$2,100,00000. .
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
secunty. $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 yard
surrounds this 3 bedroom, 2
bath home, with pool and patio.
$450,000 Gross

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932
Info@bahamasproperty.comn


JACK ISAACSJ
REALTY
S r.s,,, -W -M { *,- .

OTS
SOUTH OCEAN- LOTS
Residential lots starting at
89.000.00 and Multi-Family
lots starting at $150.000.00 ,
WEST WINDS' LOVE-
BEACH Muli-Family lots
$95,000.
SKYNM PARK Subdivion
16,484 Sq. Ft. Lot 235,000
LOVE BEACH Zoned Multi-
Family. Elevation withtiiew of
ocean and Beach access.
26.000 Sq. Ft. Lot $695,000.
THIS IS A GREAT
OPPORTUNITY.
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE .
CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932
info@bahamasproperty.coml

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




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

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

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.






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BAHAMAS .BAHAMAS FORSALE
"- : '- : : '" *-.- ESTATEIN:
MONTAGU HEIGHTS
This estate is one of only three
91 "Heights a:- quiet secure
Se. C neighbourhood located off
_FOiS-I- E 1922 Village Road and at the
WORLD DEVELOPERS LTD WORLD DEVELOPERS LTD -- Gladstone Road -Exclusive cww.ChrMie.m moment the only property for
Call Astrid Fraser or Sara RESIDENTIAL ,CONu c, o M83u Aers.H3t fr NASSAU LOS NassaeD in this well es he
Nautica 3bed27 nhue M Wii NASSAULOrS Nassau neighbourhodd. The
Parker, BRI, Today! Condos & Apartments double lot o offers the opportunity
ored Developers Limited Siver C 2 baths j Oakes Field -100 x 540. Call #N506068 East Park for further development as the
Tel: 242-327-7721 beach views, tennis courts, woi. tall CB 002-- Estate: 9,000 sq. ft.ot with second lot has is own access
S oral e.com or242-3241457 convenient to downtown, i. -- 2 -house to belt course. $ 0 from another road and is not
ominggorycoraave.com $2200. or Bath Cod o the beach wth Harold Rd 14.220 sq ft. Call impended by the present home.
SUL- M *iia lonr. Details"-.MSL#CP003 N S06070 Ocean Club 10 minutes from Paradise
Premium Properties SPECTACULAR SUL.GlAVE ool le ties -, Estates: 29,000 sq. ft. golf Island and 15 minutes, from
FOR SALEI MANOR; -. 3 BR, 3 lathSi032 Westk.y as.i .Bed 3 1/2 course homesite with approved town centre. Three thousand
Separate balconies t1 ocean .. ..- .2 3 Bath.153 Feet on the Beach- house plans. $1250000 square foot house, three
EXCLUSIVE! and golf course. Modem Codo Call for Details MLSD#LWO45 bedrooms, two bathrooms,
WintonHelght-5BR/4 b, kitchen.Study. Marble wet bar. Bed"om- Luxury CondRos o et car gaa rkshop
e ed ,great Laundry room. access Paradise Island H rbour. "l -1 1 1 06059 Peet's Ridge, sin al car gar s
pool, enclosed garden, great Laundry room, access to spa, r Details. MLS PIS0S Cowpen Road: 6,000 sq. f. a spaious screened
security, Reducedto $545,000. beach, heated pool, 24-hour SorDandypert aed 2 ulti-ily lots in a brand new Forida Room. ile floors
security. 2,480 HIdden lis -nH 3 Bed 3 l/-h ? bath condo $ 5,000 permthi- subdivision. $60,000 throughout, ceiling fans and
el's View-Eastem Rd., s $6,000. ret or Luxury Hill top Townhouses MLSRWO57. drop-unit air conditioning
3BR, Ioo, sea views, large lot, R,2u system available in all rooms.
hillsie Reduadto $75 o0,0. fumished $2 ;00. r with magnicen 3 Bed 3 1/2 batn condo $4500 oad 2.135 acre commercial T y thousand gallon ciste in
or $450,000. per mth..i-MBMRW058 property in a high traffic area. 9o condition offering
Wnton Meadows-3BR, big Pi s-- 3 Bed: Bath 2,400,00 pressurized water rain water in
efficiency, nice neighbourhood, bath, nicely furnished, .Ca- rot townhouses. Full W Ig Ea s -1 Bed l Bath $2,400,000
yard, partly enclosed, rental Whispering Pnes-2B 5I B connection with available city
efficiency, nice neighborhood, bath nicelyondo --i$1400 per mth -, NS06047 John Clardge water. Well water recently
$189,000. $168,000. upgrades,' wd c e an I RWOS Sub.: Brand new subdivision installed connected to a
counters, wood ceilings andML Sub.: rand new subdivision
Smore:Cal or Detailsr 3 Bed 31/2,Bath/condo- 2000 within single and multi family lots. complete irrigation system for
NEW LISTINGSI Sea views WEST mLSWO so i $300' per mth Startng at $82,000 the whole estate. Rear lot is
and boat ramp-3BR, 2 baths Caves Point- luxury condo, MLS#RWO60 completely landscaped with a
in immaculate home, fully 3BR/3.5bath, $725,000. HOUSES Off Carmichael Rd 3 Bed 2 #NS06025 off JFK Drive: 2 dozen or more varieties of
enclosed grounds. $399,000. ort Bay Gorgeous 5 ? Bath Home. Call for Details acre commercial tract ideal for harvestable fruit trees. Ample
nDannotage Estates- 3BR2ba Bed 6 full baths plus 2 ha MLSRW053 a business or warehouse. room for addition of swimming
Sans Soucl Sea Vew-3 BR enclosed garden, cathedral ths on over 1.5 acre elevated Old Fort Bay 3 Bed 2 Bath on $740,000 pool and patio. Total area of the
house, 6000 sq. ft., pus 1 BR ceilings, open plan, $2,600 rent bathsonover 1acrelevated OldFortBay -3 Bed Bathon $740,000
house, 6000 sq. ft., plus 1 BR celins, open plan, $2,600 rent lot on the canal. Call for Details Canal Beach $7500 per mth walled property is an acre.
renovated cottage, $475,000 or $400,000. sale. MLSHW33 MLSRW48 #NS6004 Port New Attached to the main house is a
Reno d Providence: 21,060 sq. ft. one bedroom, one bathroom
Renovated Historic Estate- HoeS Eastern Road Gorgeous split For these and more rentals wooded canal front lot with all self sufficient guest apartment.
dock, beachste Rd., rental income Powder b h front- 3BR level brand new 6 bed 5 bath please call our agents at utilities and private dock. Both facilities are connected to
dock, beach, rental income, Powder beach front- 3BR ln d 6 b e t327-5122. $457,000 cable television. The main
too. Call for details, home and 2BR cottage on home, enclosed yard, garage, 37$457,0 house is also supplied with a C-
West Bay St, $995,000. water systems, 60kw generator, Love Beach: Cleared Band Sateite system as well
t Bay1.5 Acre Beachocean view, 500 gal fuel tank, #.5891 - Love Beach: Cleared s High Definition Antennas
OldFort Bay-i .5 Acre BeachH i A
Lot with canal at back! Call Lyford Cay Villa-with dock heated pool, cabe and phone 2ft. beach lot with Highe froert as eenn
nowi I fights, pool, $2.6 million, ready, fans, hurricane shutters, house plans. The property was recently
now! rights, pool, $2.6 million, security fa ust See to $875,000 painted last year inside and out
security. Must See Cto -s ', and a new roof guaranteed for
EwlngManor-Spacious, L Golf Course Appreciatel MSLHE016 Rose Island Beach & Harbour 40 years installed within the last
Luxury town houses with pool and yrt -EXCLUSIVE 4bed Newy developing five years. Both dwellings have
Inc e view from jacuzzi, fireplace neVwl 3 1/ th house. $867,000. community of beach, water and been re-plumbed an wired
$660,000. renovated, 3 phone lines, 3 MSLW02 LOTS harbour front lots. Starting at throughout with an available
water sources, full house GLENISTON GARDENS: $95,000 generator junction box and
High Vlta--4BR/3b, pool, generator, $3.9 million. South Ocean 3 Bed 3 1/2 60X175, $95,000.00 cable installed. A solid
nosed rrgarden, sprinkler crown of Lyford Cay- new South Ocean 3 Bed 3 1/2 60X175, $95,000.00 cubl installed Afumi
ensystosedm, $350garden, sprinkler Crown of Lyord Cay- new bath home adjacent to golf Schedule a viewing on-line investment offered unfurnished
landscaped and secure Pool, course. Call for Details. CAMPERDOWN:Comer lot, 1- today at HYPERLINK at $695,000.
Ocean Place, P.1s.1/2- fountain and waterfall. 18 M W 5 acre 229x187, 200,000.00 www.H hrlte.com Tel 393-1179.
Preconstruction prices on degree vista of sea and Lyford S WINTON:Multi-family, Ocean
harbour front 2 or 3 BRcondos from breezy veranda. $5.5 view, 100X234, $250,000.00
with oversized balconies, resort million. viw 1A Cf
quality services. Tropical Gardens, 3BR/3b, Old Fort Bay Multiple Canal
$240,0q y se0ces. Tro Gardens, 3B Front Lots Available. From WINTON HEIGHTS :115X138, FOR SALE Y
$240,000. $375,000. MLS#LW036 $198,000.00 0% DOWN DUPLEX LOT
Powder beach front home- 60x100, West Winds. Gated I of uxr
designer interiors, Turnkey -Beach front house, Sandyport-115 x 130 Canal HOUSES/CONDO Community (FREE appraisal,
immaculate!4 BR, Media room, West Bay SL, $1.5-Milllon Sandyport-115 x 130, Canal rs NEW'2lcar garage.
immaculately BR, Media room, Westp BayS,$1.5-Mll Lot. $576,000. MLS#LW030 MT. VERNON:2 storey house $80,000. K en
plus one or two BR cottage, top 3-bed 27-baths, $695,500.00
condition, security. $3.6 million. PARADISE ISLAND Vista Marina Large NEW! Beach rights & ocean s ba
The ResIdences at Atiantl Vista Marina iLarge
COMMERCIAL own a piece of a contlominium- Residential lot in quite area. Lot MT. PLEASANT views Saffron Hills Lots, ,i d ai
COMMERC ee um 150 x 105 $190,000 SUBDIVISION:Lot 5,000 sq. ft. starting $175,000 Reserve now
hotel. MLS#3W44 -bed 2-baths house, w/$2,500 Down.
Eastern Rd. -Big property OCEAN CLUB Estates SW044 178,000.002 house llt J
with sea views, two houses 2BRTum key Guest Cottage, COMMERCIAL BUILDING Few Lots left Indigo. Gated
and garage, $550,000. dock, beach, and 8,000 SQ. TYLER STREET:Newly Community 60x120 @
FT. house under construction Arundel Street 2 storey renovated house, Lot 50x100 3- $150,000. mld e H
HISTORIC, Popular on large lot, eastm tp, building containing 6 units. bed 2-baths, $198,000.00
RESTAURANT-central Million. $700000 MS B026 Residential Lot Bahama West Gm ffIIly
location $2.4 million or east, EAST $0 L VICTORIA COURTS:Victoria (Nassau) 100x230 @ $350,000 Man ficetv h
$1.6 million, call for details. Seafront houses-- Bernard Road Large Ave. Down Town Gated with
Neighbouring 3BR houses on
Clardge Rd.3 comm erial Easteighboung 3BR houses on commercial building in rime pool. Furnished 1-bed 1-bath, 57.24 Acres beach front in et ad
Claridge Rd.-3 commercial Eastem Road, $1.4 million location. Call for Details. Living dining and kitchen Cage Point, Abaco @ $3.5 w ,
properties from under MLS#CB027 combine AC, and cable ready, Mil.
$200,000 to $999,000. Call Astrid Fraser or Sara $120,000.00. a cle l
PaAirport Industrial Par- lots Worl d Developers Limiteday! For these and more rentals 2+Acres Prime Commercial Tii .
Airport industrial Park- lots Wor el cited se call our agents at ORIS SYMMONETTE Land Blue Hill+ Carmichael i .
from $105,000. Tel 242-327-7721 327-5122 REAL ESTATE Road. Serious inquiries only.
or 242-324-1457 325-8280, EVE 325-1961 Gino: 544-8469, 364-7548 eve.







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BAHAMAS
R A, L I Y
Eas. :i,9
RESIDENTIAL
CABLE BEACH Cozy 1bd/1bt
modern condo with 1,000 SF of
living space includes large
family room, formal dining area
& roomy kitchen. Other
amenities include .walk-in
closet, wall-unit a/c, laundry
facilities & swimming pool. Web
Ref: 10059. Price: $160,000
HIGH VISTAI 2bd/lbt condo
comes partially furnished for
turn-key acquisition. Kitchen
has new cabinets & appliances,
while formal living room boasts
wooden ceiling, recessed
lighting and French doors
leading to private 30' balcony.
Amenities include cedar-lined
closet, Jacuzzi, central air,
alarm & laundry. Quiet complex
in eastern New Providence
features pool and assigned
parking. Web Ref. 10176.
rice: $165,000
CHAZON ESTATES Pre-
construction 3bd/2bt home in
gated community on the
northern side ofAdelaide Road.
Web Ref: 10210. Price:
$270,000
PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!
Lovely family neighbourhood.
Canal front lot in private gated
community. Tennis, beach, 24-
hr. security. Web Ref: 9431.
Price: $495,000
PORT NEW PROVIDENCE
Spacious parcel boasts almost
15,000 SF of prime real estate
and offers 115' of canal
frontage. Ideal for avid boaters
who desire on-premise dock for
private yacht. Vacant lot is
ready and waiting to support
expansive new villa, designed
and built according to owner's
taste, specifications, timeline
and budget. Web Ref: 5084.
Price: $575,000
CAMPERDOWNI
Contemporary elegance best
describes this fabulous home,
4bd/3.5bt with endless
features. Designer kitchen with
stainless steel appliances,
hurricane impact windows and
impressive master suite. 1 acre
of property with electronic gate,
pool and covered patio.
Immaculate condition. Web
Ref: 9695. Price: $840,000
OLD FORT BAY! Canal front
Key West home with large
covered balconies, open plan
living area and kitchen with a 2-
storey open beamed ceiling.
3bd/3bt, central air, private
dock and a large 2-car
carport.Web Ref: 9966. Price:
$1.295M. Also For Rent at
$7,500 p/m
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618


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RESIDENTIAL
EASTERN RDI Beautiful ocean
frontage with sandy beach!
Each and every room of this
lovely 5bd/5/bt home has
exquisite views. 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
RENTALS
CABLE BEACH!F 2bd/2.5bt
townhouse features wall: a/c
units, security bars,
washer/dryer and tiled
throughout. Web Ref: 10183.
Price: $1,300 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Spacious
2bd/2bt condo located in a
quiet community. Attractive
ground floor end unit offers
ocean and pool views. Private
patio, central a/c and functional
floor plan. Offered
furnished.Web Ref: 10070.
Price: $2,000 p/m
GROVE ESTATES! Furnished
newly built spacious townhouse
in gated community with pools
and playground. 3bd/2.5bt with
fully equipped kitchen, large
master suite, walk-in closet,
Jacuzzi tub and shower and
much more. Web Ref: 10218.
Price: $3,700 p/m
DELAPORTE POINT!
Gorgeous townhouse featuring
3bd/2.5bt, fully renovated,
spectacular water views and
more. Offered furnished. Web
Ref: 9385. Price: $3,900 p/m
PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!
2,200 SF, 3-story colonial
waterfront townhouse features
modem kitchen and 3bd/3.5bt
Including secluded second floor
master with private balcony &
guest bedroom spanning entire
third floor. Covered patio
comes complete with
sitting/dining area and stunning
canal views. Web Ref. 7154
Price: $5,000 p/m
CABLE BEACH Spacious
3bd/3.5bt condo in exclusive
gated community offers
residents access to sun, surf,
dining, shopping & casino
action. 2,300SF of luxurious
living. Web Ref. 7072. Price:
$6,500 p/m
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs


UIGHTBOURN REALTY
APARTMENTS .
TOWNHOUSES
REDUCED. Fourplex. -Kool
Acres 3 2 bed, I baih uris
1,hn I ceD. 1 bath corlage.
Eri2loed. excellent condihon
$325.000. MLS#5524
Soldier Road North Fourplex
-1 x 3 bed' bath, 1 x 2 bed71
bath; and 2 x.'l bed,'1 rafh.
$3600 monthly. ..$385,000.
MLS#5458.
Cable BeAch -.3 bedroom. 2
1/2 brainn loannouse -. semi.
fumisheri, central a/c, Iaundry.
newly $310.000 MLS#5394
Love Beach Luyurious 3 Dce
3.5 bath- aparlmenis 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
and 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
Clearvlew 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
Tel: 393-8630 Fax: 393-8638


LIGH BOURN REALTY
Cable Beach .--4 bed 3 bath
home on. 13,000 sq. ft.
manicured lot. Swimming pool,
c:eiled patio, carport, laundry
and more.. :Call for details.
MLS#5452
Orange Hill 5 bed, 3 ? bath
oceanfrohl property 2 separate
villas, generalor, rainwater
lank, deemed beach,
landscaped, breathtaking
ocean views. $1.75 million
furnished. MLS#5581
Commonwealth Avenue 4
bed 3 Daih, 25.soiey home in
Blair Eslales win pool. New
ruol. large storage shed,
-eicurry lights ana gate,
irrigarion system $450,000.
Furrisned 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 views
$240,000.00 MLS#5478
Rock Sound Acreage! 5.44
acres off Queen's Highway, in
house financing $38,890.00.
Qne 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!l$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

LOTS
FOR SALE

8 Lots in Bahama Sound
#15  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.


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HOMES
#656 Mt. Vernon, 3 bed, 2 1/2
bath. Lovely, spacious family
home. Large master suite, open
plan kitchen. Quite, safe family
orientated area $450.000:
#658 West Grove, 5 bed, 5
bath, Large family style home
overlooking the ocean. Includes
1 bed guest cottage. Roomy
master beds have oceanviews.
Pool & wet bar. PRICE
REDUCED $985,000.
#177 Winton Highway, 4 bed,
3.5 bath, bright spacious home
w/ spectacular hilltop views.
Large living room w/ fireplace,
remodeled bathrooms &
spacious guest wing. 2 floors w/
sea views, pool & patio.
$795,000.
#1074 Eastern Rd. This 4 bed,
4 bath home is ideally located
on over an acre of property in a
small waterfront gated
community. Nestled between a
canal & the ocean, you can
enjoy stunning views from all
angles. Comes w/own
boathouse & dockage.
$2,990,000
#556 Ocean Club Estates -
Brand new, 4 bed, 4 1/2 bath
breathtaking home w/
panoramic views of the 18-hole,
championship Ocean Club Golf
Course. Infinity pool, hurricane
proof windows and a fully
landscaped yard. $4,860,000
#737 Eastern Rd 2 houses
plus 1 cottage on 1 site, 4 bed,
4 bath house is 55% finished,
2nd house is 2 2 bed, 2 bath,
beautifully decorated! Cottage
has I bed, 1/2 be, ath, unfinished
pool. $975.000
CONDOS
#1895 Chertsey, Cable
Beach, 1 floor, 2 bed, 2 bath,
spacious condo. Great location
on Cable Beach. Lovely pool
deck which overlooks the
ocean $279,000
#1775 Pilot House, 1 bed 1
bath condo is located near
down town. Views of Nassau
Harbour. Fully furnished. Price
REDUCED to $135,000
#1056 West Grove Phase 2, 2
bed, 2 bath townhouses. Well
-constructed, in sought after
area. 2 storey w/ spacious
interior. Communal pool,
sundeck w/ Jacuzzi. $318,000
#395 Paradise Island, 3 bed, 2
bath condo. Harbour front
gated complex. Immaculate,
spacious & fully furnished.
Covered terrace overlooking
the pool & harbour. Dockage
for 30ft boat. $750,000.
#1735 Harbour Breeze,
Paradise Island 3 bed,.3 bath
stylish harbour front condo.
Stunning views of the harbour.
Tasteful & pristine, this
luxurious condo must be seen
$1,445,000
Call 356-5030


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#1730 Royall Beach Estates
Condo at South Ocean -
Luxury 2 bed 2 bath oceanfront
condo. Spacious & tastefully
decorated. Fully furnished.
Family island feel $485,000
#1856 Sandyport 3 bed, 3
bath condo. Third floor w/ sea
views from bedroom, living area
& terrace. Spacious & airy.
Being sold furnished $579,000
#1800 Sulgrave Manor 3
bed, 3 bath oceanfront condo
nestled in the heart of Cable
Beach. Views of golf course,
partial ocean views. Large
private terrace. Communal
rounds well lit &
eautifully landscaped. "Price
Reduced" $575,000
VACANT LAND
#1864 Port New Providence,
20,000 sq. ft. making it the fifth
largest property in Port New
Providence. Provisions for
dockage are included $479,000
#433 Hardingsville. Thinking
about constructing a block of
condos 1/2 Hardingsville might
make an ideal location.13
available lots ranging from 12,
963 sq. ft. to 17,914 sq ft. w/
prices ranging between
$179,000 & peaking at
$215,000 (plus buyer's legal
fees and 4% stamp tax).
#509 East Shirley St. Located
next to Harbour Bay Shopping
Centre, accessible from both
East Bay Street & East Shirley
Streets $18 per square foot.
4.132 acres or 179,990 sq ft
Commercial zoning $3,240,000
#437 Old Fort Bay, 150 ft. on
the beach & about 250 ft., .858
of an acre. $3,650,000
#1720 Chub Cay 2.3 acre of
pristine beach front, 2 mins
from.Chub Cay Club $850,00
#1814 Charlottevllle. Brand
new subdivision, northern side
of Windsor Field Rd. These lots
are an excellent price for
location nr. Lyford Cay & Old
Fort. Staring at $90,000
Rentals
#1902 Eastern Rd, 1 bed, 1
bath, efficiency. Situated on an
Eastern Rd estate this
immaculate rental boasts
gorgeous ocean views.
1,500p/m
#580 Eastern Rd, 3 bed, 2
bath cottage, located on a
gated beachfront estate. Use of
dock & beach, w/ lovely ocean
views. $3,500p/m
Graham Real Estate
Call 356-5030 or
visit our web site at
www.gra-hamrealestate.com


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Executive

Realty

HOMES/APARTMENTS
0291 CORAL HARBOUR:
Large 5bed/3.5bath home on 2
Canal lots Zoned multi-family.
Has 2bed/lbath guest cottage,
pool, dock, workshop and
rainwater tank. All this for only
$650,000.
0280 DODGE RD: Recently
renovated 4bed-3bath,hillside
home, tiled floors, custom
kitchen, spacious deck, and
3car carport.....$579,000.
0113 CORAL HARBOUR:
Executive home, brand new
featuring 4bed-3bath, tiled and
carpet floors, custom kitchen
and new appliances,-one car
arage 2- A/C units....
385,000.
0286 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canal front home, 4bed -3bath
split level family home, pool,
garage, cement dock, fully
enclosed lot. $465,000.
0287 CULBERTS HILL:
Executive home with 3bed -
3bath, pool and guest quarters,
marble floors, study ,large
master suite with Jacuzzi, 2car
garage, $790,000.
0288 CORAL HARBOUR: 4
Commercial buildings with 5
apartments, on the.canal, great
investment.....$450,000.
0301 PINEWOOD: 3bed-
2bath home in excellent
condition. A must see! Only
$169,000.
0308 COWPEN ROAD:
Cor- mercial building on Lot 60
X 266, $160,000.
0309 SEABEACH: 2bed-
2.5bath Townhouse, fully
furnished, pool, laundry.
$265,000.
0310 SEABREEZE: 2bed-
2bath home on 10,000sqft Lot.
$190,000.
0311 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canalfront 1bed-lbath cottage,
$125,000.
0312 CORAL HARBOUR:
Canal lot, 70 X 140,
Commercial, with 2 1bed-1bath
cottages and additional building
suitable for 2bed apartment or
business.$425,000.
0313 EASTERN ROAD:
3bed-2.5bath townhouse.
Ocean view, High end finishes
and appliances, pool, security.
$425,000.
Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288


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0320 WESTWARD VILLAS:
3bed-2.5bath 2-story house on
large lot. Architectually
designed bright airy home with
attached lbed-1bath
apartment.
$650,000.
0321 SOUTH BEACH: Duplex
with spacious 2bed-1bath each
unit on enclosed
lot 60 x 110. $205,000.
VACANT LAND
0290 SOUTH OCEAN: New
gated subdivision selling large
ots, 100x120, starting at
$89,000.
0222 WEST WINDS: New
gated community in love beach
ots available......$95,000.00 -
0220 CORAL HARBOUR:
Residential single and multi-
family lots starting at...
.$76,000.
0250 EXUMA- HOOPERS
BAY: 6 acres elevated with
470 ft.of waterfront$500,000.
0132 EXUMA: 58 acres near
Tar Bay and Moss Town.
$2.5million.
0302 CORAL HARBOUR:
Single-family residential lot,
80x110. $95,000.
0303 EXUMA: Gorgeous
Beachfront Lot on little Exuma,
18,000sqft with
125ft of white sandy Beach.
$595,000.

0304 CORAL HARBOUR:
Duplex lot across from beach.
50 X 130, $90,000.
0306 CABLE BEACH: 4
Beachfront Lots in the heart of
Cable Beach, 70 X 90,
$270,000. Per Lot.
0307 HAROLD ROAD: 8
Acres for only $1.6 Million.
Contact:
EXECUTIVE REALTY
TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288


LOVE BEACH
200ft of beach front,
1.7 Acres.
2 beds, 2.5 baths
Condominium with
spectacular sea views
in gated community.
$360,000.00

Tel 327-0430.


ACREAGE:
EASTERN ROAD: #2219
4.4 acres waterfront property
wiht dock and house in need of
repairs.. Excellent location for
high income housing.
$3,870,000.
GLADSTONE: #2223 4.83
acres in prime location.
$1,500,000
HOMES/APARTMENTS
PARADISE ISLAND #1327 2
bedrooms 2-1/2 baths furnished
townhouse. In gated
community, sea views, pool.
Rolldown shutters. $600,000.
Boat available at $65,000
WEST BAY STREET: #2228
Beautiful residential home
consisting of Main House,
Guest Cottage, Beach House
and Maid's Quarters. Situated
on 2-1/2 acres with 300' of
beachfront. Numerous
amenities including heated
pool, 2-car garage plus 3-car
garage, water softener,
rainwater tank... and more...
Must see to appreciate!
$8,500,000.
EASTERN ROAD: #2222
Tucked away in private cul-dae-
sac beautiful 5 bedrooms 6
baths multi-level house.
Panoramic view of the sea;
pool; 2-car garage; maid's
quarters. $1,175,000.
MISTY GARDENS: #2231
DUPLEX with 2 bedrooms 1
bath on each side. Nicely
landscaped enclosed grounds,
own water system, central air,
security bars. Good price at
$229,000.
PARADISE ISLAND: #1327 2
bedrooms 2-1/2 baths
Townhouse in harbourfront
community. Pool, central air.
$600,000.
FIRE TRAIL ROAD: #0046
Recently built duplex with 2
bedrooms 1 bath each side.
$235,000.
STEWFISH DRIVE: #1895
Spacious duplex on 100' x 100'
lot.' Room for additional units.
Builiding has central air, tiled
floors. $246,000.
STAR ESTATES: #0045
Recently built 2,148 s/ft duplex
with 2 bedrooms each side. On
7,000 s/ft lot. Covered entry
porch, paved driveway. Good
buy at $267,000.
BORIS CLARIDGE SUBD:
#0035 Newly built FOUR PLEX
with three 2 bedroom apts.
each with utility room and one 1
bedroom unit. Property is fully
enclosed landscaped with
paved parking. All units rented!
Asking $375,000.
JACARANDA Brand new tri-
level towhouse in gated
community. 3 bedrooms 3-1V2
baths. Wooden floors upstairs,
tiled floors downstairs. Pool
and gazebo. $475,000.
FOR THESE AND MORE
CALL CA CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
326-4800, 325-3957


I SINGLE FAMILY LOTS:
EASTERN ROAD: #752
18,287 s/ft "Island" lot. Suitable
for two family houses.
$305,000.
TWYNAM HEIGHTS: #2225
12,860 s/ft lot. Within walking
distance to beach. $115,000.
SANDYPORT: Waterfront lots
with boat dock. #2240 12,256
s/ft $575,000;
#2240A 21,486 s/ft $950,000;
#2240B 13,010 s/ft $650,000.
JACARANDA: Opp. Old Fort
Bay in gated community. 95' x
120' $120,000.
SANDYPORT: In security
gated community with pools,
tennis courts, beach. On
beautiful Ponciana Cay: #2239
5,972 s/ft $295,000; $2239B
6,523
s/ft $340,000; #2239H 9,662
s/ft $475,000;
#2239K $630,000.
COMMERCIAL LOT:
WULFF ROAD: #2227 70' X
130' in great location.
$153,000.
MULTI-FAMILY LOTS:
JACARANDA 160' x 140' in
ated community opp. Old Fort
Bay. $250,000.
DELAPORTE: #980 124' X
85' X 82' 101' lot near
Sandyport. $216,000
LONG ISLAND: #2184 -4
bedrooms 3-V2 baths on 3 acre
hilltop lot. Private beach,
fantastic sea views. 7,500 sq ft
of living space, 2 car garage.
$1,400,000.
EXUMA: #2221- Seven acre
private Island with deep water
access and excellent elevation.
$793,400.
FREEPORT:. #2220- In
Windsor Bay on Grand
Lucayan Waterway 100' x 125'
lot. $140,000.
ABACO: #2229 -In Treasure
Cay residential lot with access
to beach. $59,900.
FOR RENT
MONTAGUE HEIGHTS: #781
Immaculately kept 3 bedrooms
2-V2 baths in lush gardens.
Tastefully furnished. Electronic
entry gate. $3,500 p.m.
VISTA MARINA: #1662
Renovated spacious 2
bedrooms 1 -1/2 baths
townhouse. Gas and Water
included $1,800 p.m.
TROPICAL GARDENS: #2153
Six brand new townhouses. 2
bedrooms 2-1/2 baths each,
electronic entry gate, security
system. Furnished. $2,000
p.m.
ORCHARD TERRACE: #2207
Near Blair Estates 2 bedrooms
1-12 baths townhouses in
excellent condition. Pool.
Furnished. #1,350 p.m.
FOR THESE AND MORE
CALL CA CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
326-4800, 325-3957


TREASURE COVE: 3
bedrooms 2 baths house in
gated beachfront community.
Furnished. $3,000p.m.
PARADISE ISLAND: 2
bedrooms 2 baths private Villa.
Tastefully furnished, generator,
2 car garage, pool, security
system $4,000 p.m.
OFFICE SPACE WEST BAY
STREET 4,340 s/t $9,403.33
p.m. 1,402 s/ft $2,691.83 p.m
(Includes service charges).
Located in First Class building.
Amenities include full standby
generator, security, laminated
hurricane proof windows, high
speed elevator. 572 s/ft $1,926
p.m.; 1,176 s/ft $3,906 p.m.
and 2,144 s/ft $7,490 p.m.
(includes CAM and marketing).
FOR THESE AND MORE
CALL CA CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
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NASSAU HOMES
#NS05994 Gambler
Heights: Three story hilltop
home with 3 bedrooms and a 1
bedroom guest cottage.
$640,000
#NS06053 Montagu
Heights: Large property
featuring a 2 bedroom, 2 bath
main house, 2 bedroom
apartment, 1 bedroom
apartment and a pool.
$399,000
#NS06058 Eastern Road
Beachfront: Charming 4
bedroom home with 150 ft. of
fine white sand beach, separate
1 bedroom apartment, garage,
pool, gazebo and private pier.
$1,390,000
Reduced #NS06049 -
Tusculum: Turn-key villa with
3 bedrooms, 3 baths, ocean
views and central air. $745,000
#NS05950 Coral Harbour:
Lovely 4 bedroom, 3 bath home
set on three lots. $425,000
#NS06080 Eastern Road:
Elegant 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath
showpiece amidst a half acre
overlooking the pool and sea.
$1,200,006
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Vacant Land For Sale
Moore's Island #05-138 Best
kept bone-fishing secret in the
Bahamas. Close proximity to
flats. Quiet island atmosphere.
Fabulous potential for
development. Located
approximately twenty miles
from Castaway Cay (the Disney
Cay). $8,200 and up
Prince Charles #04-104 -
Excellent location for building
the family home you've always
dreamed of. Shopping, schools
and restaurants just minutes
away. $85,000
Small Hope, Andros #06-25 -
Ten acre out island property on
the island of Andros. Elevated
lot with access road to Queen's
Highway. $90,000
San Souci #05-126 Great
location Residential lot located
in the Eastern District of New
Providence. Lots is in a quiet
and secure neighbourhood and
very close to schools, grocery
stores and police station.
$115,000
Hardingsville #05-107 Multi
family lots in the western
district. Accessible through
Westridge Estates. Ideal
investment properties.
$179,000
Colony Bay, Freeport #06-17 -
Lovely home site with frontage
on the Grand Lucayan
waterway. Enjoy the gentle
tropical breezes while the
sports yachts glide by.
Property is fully bulk headed
with 56' of frontage on canal.
Colony Bay is one of the more
luxurious areas of Grand
Bahama. $179,000
Blackbeard's Terrace #05-97 -
Oversized lot in cul-de-sac area
located in the eastern district.
Slightly elevated, this home site
is ideal for the large family. It
can accommodate a large
home and is peaceful and
quiet. $185,000
Rose Island #06-14 -
Gorgeous investment home site
with high elevations and much
native vegetation. Excellent
snorkeling and diving just a few
feet from property. Ideal for
seclusion. Property runs sea to
sea. Perfect time to take
advantage of the five-star resort
set to begin construction in just
a few months. $220,000
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Fax: 394-7069
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FOR SALE
COLONY VILLAGE, attractive
duplex at cul-de-sac, was
$240,000 now $220,000.
OFF POINCIANA DRIVE,
double lot 99x99, ideal for 6
unit apartment 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 McKINEY 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)
bedJ1 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


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Tdephm .:- 326-S7,26- 12
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APPRASALS-
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Broker' .-.pprsm ar

FOR SALE
WINTON, a-bed, 2-bath- house
on large corner.lot, $250,000.-
MILLER'S HEIGHTS.- ilage
triplex, good condition, iuit
rented, .appraised value.
$275,000, owner will accepied.
$235,000.
SANDILANDS' VILLAGELE
ROAD, triplex lot-k; 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 b
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, $95,000.
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.
PGF SELLS Lots Houses,
Acreages, Commercial
Properties and Commercial
buildings. We have acreage on
Family Islands Including San
Salvador, Crooked Island,
Exuma, Andros, Abaco, Cat
Island and Long Island. We
specialize in Real Estate Sales,
Rentals and Appraisals and
prepare Affidavits and Will.


REAL ESTATE






PAT.STRRACHAN

HOMESITES '
Blue Water Cay. new gated
suba';v.ion loc.aied on Foi Hill
Road Soulh near ro Yamacraw
Beai'c Eslales all lois are
waler-Trord. full, secure, size
75.xT75, pr.cj startI at
.i255,000,00-owner financing
available.
Souiutrej''bas, new gated.
XsubI 'Ia on Baicardi
Road iext'o'Venice Bay, sizes
star T 0x100 water-frorit lots
v.aIlab Mb ir1a, '24hr
:secquLry: ntlroducicnr "rices
slain aL$Si,6000 00 .. -
Old Fort Bay, r >ne to Lyford
Cay..;'ga'ie. 24tnr. security,
aaler-ffopL beacl' ron i and
canal.!. :tLais. 7 .170 .slan at
$375:50i.0oh;' hori6s. span at
$850f .---pd
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
100x1 0 start at $95,000.00.
South 'Qcean Estates-newly
.duplex
ooo.oo.
pncetory
We6si4 d a'.'s division,
koeatW- -'ir ovie-- --Beach,
surfoended by million dollar
homes; duplex lots 60x100 start
from 580.000.00. :Buy now
before price increases.
.APARTMENT
SITES/COMMERCIAL SITES
Westwinds Subdivision
100x100-Duplex Lots starting at
$80.000.00.
Blake Road near former
Doctor's Hospital 90x204-near
Caves Plaza, office buildings;
$ 250,000.00. Owner will
consider providing financing.
Carmilchael Road, 19 ACRES,
near Flaiingo Gardens Police
Station, over. 1,400 ft. of road
frontage, suitable for a housing
development. Asking $
million.
West Place Subdivision
100x50 nestled between Sandy
Port Marina and Westridge
Estates Large Homesites
starting at $150,00.00.
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.
For more Info tel. 323-1983


REAL ESTATE






P4T STRACHAN

.:3 ~HOMESITESi E :
Off Wulff Road, Minnie St. 1
1/2Stdfeyi. apartment complex
:ornisrng oft 4) bed, (2):bath
and (1) t.ed, (1) bath Street to
street lt''50x215 can easily
erFivert-tio'fficebuilding and an
extra 'O"1"l' for parking.
$250,000.00.
4p ':HOMES:'
Bef Air subdivision, large 4
bed&' 2-. 1/2 'bath, living room,
dining -oom, family room, tv
rooin-,kitchen and utility room.
Recently:. .painted and
renovated,. reduced to
$225,000Q.O .01 Offers
welcomed.
Pehana:-.Acres near to
Yamacraw Beach- New
Consirucuon. ready for
.~ujppcy. ar. 31st 3 bed, 2
bath, living room, dining room
and kitchen plus add unit 2
bed,. 1 bath- floor poured-
asking $200,000.00.
Portland Bay, Carmichael
Road New 3 bedroom, 2 bath
residence $200,000.00
Ruth Boyd Subdivision, near
Flamingo Gardens duplex with
2 bedroom, 1 bath or 1. bed, 1
oath $185,000.00
For more into tel. 323-1983

HOUSE
-;FOR SALE

Man-0-War Cay, Abaco
3-bed, 2-bath, 9,000 gal cistern
S work shop/laundry,
:PKWgenerator $349,000.
Call 242-367-4539.

FOR SALE
Beautiful -bed, 2-bath Home in
Treasure: Cove Subdivislon
(Abaco Model) Lot #156.
$375,00p Net.
Call 323-4628/9.
FOR SALE
PARADISE ISLAND: Beautiful
Condo, 2-bed, 2-bath. Gated.
Balcony, pool with harbour
views, $625,000. No Agents
please. Call 423-5998.

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

BY OWNER
1 BEDROOM CONDO
Swimming pool near Junkanoo
Beach. Serious CASH.
NO AGENTS.
Buyers only call (242)646-0251
Great Rental Propertyl


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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- Furn. 3/2.5
family home on large, corner
lot. Large kitchen, bonus room,
rear patio and shed. $301,000
Gross
Queen's Street 1188- Prime
location, 4/4 home npe 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 morel
$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 oent)
Camerdown 1164- Partially
furnished 4/3 on elevat
enclosed property. Custom
kitchen, top of the line
appliances, newly tiled, custom
molding and morel Reduced
$475,000
Sa 2167- Partially
furnmi 4/3.5 canal front
townhouse with enclosed
Bahama room, spacious patio,
db and moroel 599000
Ocean Place 2143- Paradise
Island's newest, most exclusive
residence. World class finishes
and amenities! Now taking
reservations. Starting from'the
low $8000000's to over 2
million.
0C1arlotiville- Gated
community in the west Great
investment opportunity. Lots
starting at $92,900. Don't miss
outl
Marsh Harbour. Abasco
AB4029- 2 large oceanfront
parcels with Sea of Abaco
rontagel US$545,000 each
Long Island LU004I5-
BeAchfront near Stella Marls
starting at $150,000
Weatwind 80190o- Multi
family lots starting at $80,000
Excluive Lubber' Qumatm
Abaco 8047 1 lot left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900
For more sales listings call
Paradise Real Estate 32-3000


FOR RENT






MORLEY REALTY
LIMITED
Offices For Rent
55 FREDERICK STREET 560
sq. ft. office ready for
occupancy
107 SHIRLEY STREET 1,450
to 3,725 s.f. next to Sassoon
House, ready for occupancy
308 EAST BAY STREET -
10,000 sq.ft. beautifully fitted
office space ready for
occupancy
BEAUMONT HOUSE 1,500 to
30,000 sq.ft. on Bay Street
BRITISH AMERICAN
INSURANCE HOUSE from
1,500 s.f. to 2,375 sq.ft.
finished office space, ready for
occupancy
CHARLOTTE HOUSE 1,200 -
sq. ft. and 1,400 sq. ft.
GOODMAN'S BAY 2,800 sq.
ft. finished office space; 1,700
sq.ft. unfinished space
MALCOLM- BUILDING Bay
Street, 350 sq. ft. ready for
occupancy
ISLAND STATION 960sq. ft.
newly renovated air-conditioned
office located behind new
police station.
MARITIME HOUSE 2,000 s.f.
on Fredrick Street
NORFOLK HOUSE 2,322 sq.
ft. on Frederick Street.
SHIRLEY HOUSE 1,289 sq.
ft. on second floor, ready to be
occupied
UNION COURT 1,000 s.f.
penthouse on corner of Shirley
Street & Elizabeth Avenue
WONG'S PLAZA Upstairs
offices ready for immediate
occupancy. 36sq. ft 1,100
sq. ft
YFor R PN G
EAST DAY SHOPPING
CENTRE 920 and 1,500 to
4,500 sq. ft.
MADEIRA PLAZA *former
CIBC space 5,375 sq. ft
.1,210
sq. ft. available April 1st
Warehouses For Rent
GOLD CITY Farrlngton Road
- 7,068 sq. ft. office and
warehouse for rent
CHESAPEAKE ROAD 2,900
sq. ft. warehouse
MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069
www.morleyrealty.com *


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ERA:
DUPUCR KEA ESTATr
3636 Gambler: Residential lot
(14279 sq. ft.) with spectacular
northem, eastem and western
views of the ocean. Elevations
of 95ft above sea level.
Approved drawings are
included. $376,000.
3630 Sandyport: Approxim-
ately 500 sq. ft., canafront
and secluded. Great gated
community. $376,000.
3510 Yamacrw: 20000 sq. ft.
vacant lot situated on the
eastern district of New
Providence boasting fantastic
views of the sea. 4,000.
3653 Camperdown: 1 acre
residential plot, peaceful
neighborhood. Build your
dream home today and enjoy
plenty of privacy and seclusion.
$310,000.
3618 Indigo: 8230 sq. ft lot
situated in Nassau's newest
gated community boasting
fantastic unob cted views of
the sea. .Amenities include,
underground utilities,
community pool, tennis court
andplayground. Minutes from a
fabulous beach. $299,000.
3571 Wl tr:5 lots oned
as single family, 17220 sq. ft.-
27108 sq. ft. Priced to sell and
starting at $225.000 up to
$270,00.
3595 Lake Curmlngmm:
Lovely lake front lot with -t a
4200 sq. ft. home up to belt.
The plans are available to
complete this 2 storey home
with 2 car garage.
.355 Orchard Terrace:
Residential 100639 sq. ft. lot.
$195,000.
3621 Indigo: Elevated lot with
amenities such as underground
utilities, community pool, tennis
court and playground just a
few steps away from the beach.-
$150,000.
2888 & 2889 South Beach:
Multi-family lots (50x176)
situated in a newly developed
area, close proximity to the sea.
$89,000.
SPANISH WELLS &
RUSSELL ISLAND LOTS
20025 Spanish Wells:
Centrally located 13,320 sq. ft.
lot is just a short walk or cart
ride away from the beach.
Centrally located arid ready to
build. $352,500.
20024 Russell Island:
Waterfront property, lovely
views and a stretch of beach,
(18,800 sq. ft.) Cleared down
for development. $265,000.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or Fax:
(242) 394-1453
Info@eradupuch.com
i


ERA
DUPUH MA SATE
3640 Orchard Villas: This
fantastic 5 bed home and guest
cottage takes full advantage of
tranquil and serene settings.
Enjoy commanding views and
entertain with ease.
$1,750,000.
3610 Skyline Heights:
Spacious and exceptionally laid
out 4 bed, home, sitting on over
an acre of landscaped grounds,
this home is perfect with its
pool, deck area and tray
ceilings. $950,000.
3279 Oakes Field: ALWAYS
RENTED NO VACANIES.
The property is comprised of a
1 acre lot that has 9 buildings
totaling 20 rental units.

3628 Wet Ba: Delightful
island-style 3 bed home, newly
constructed and tastefully
finished. $799.000.
3566 West ay St:
Spectacular oceanfront villas,
all villas have unobstructed
ocean views, 3 bed villas
offered at $630,000 5 bed
villas offered at $794,000. .
3606 Tusculum: Enjoy scenic
views in this lovely 3 bed home
that has line amenities. Pool,
spacious kitchen and tray
ceilings. Reduced, great price,
$745,000.
3609 Royal Beach Estates:
Tastefully furnished 2 bed
beachfront condo, fully
equipped unit, wooden-floors,
hurricane resistant windows
and fantastic views. $525,000.
3601 Dck's Pont: Waterfront
2 bed unit enjoying all of the
fine amenities of Dick's Point.
Fully equipped and furnished.
Access to tennis court and
swimming pool.
3466 Harmony Hill: Fantastic
4 bed, 3 1/2 bath home stylish
furnishings, recreation room,
guest suite, open living areas
and a landscaped grounds.
$450,000.
3122 Ridgeway: 3122
Ridgeway: OWNER SAYS
SELLI 3 bed, 2.5 beth home in
featuring tile and carpet floors,
large master bedroom and back
up generator runs the entire
house. $450,000. '
3613 Winton Meadows:
Newly constructed 4 bed home
detailing tongue in groove
ceilings, spacious master
bedroom and landscaped
grounds. Perfect family oriented
neighborhood. $385,000.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-143
Info@eradupuch.com


Knowles Realty
STELLA MARIS
LONG ISLAND
Prime Lots
Offered by
Knowles Realty
Nassau
1. 11,700 sq.ft.
Approx. 60ft above ocean
Land views. At one
of main Stella Maris
thoroughfares-
$30,000
2. 14,540 sq. ft.
Flat West (sea) views
with 2 storey building -
$2,000
MULTI-FAMILY:
1.28,000 sq.ft. lot
Approx. 80ft. above ocean
Addereys Bay&
Exuma Bank views) -
$40.000
.2.29,000 sq.ft. Hiltop.
Approx. 100ft. above ocean
2-ocean views -
3. 37,039 sq.ft.
About 210ft. above ocean
Spctacular all around
and ocean viewstl
$180;000
4. 15,000 sq.ft. Hilly terrain
Land and sea views-
$2980
Telephone
-Knowles Realty
Nassau
327-5237

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


TWO LOTS FOR SALE
MARSHALL ROAD,
Southern Shores
1 serviced Lot with good
elevation, good views of the
sea and~ onefish pond.
$75,000
1 Serviced Lot close to the sea.
$65,000
Tel:327-7621.
WANTED URGENTLY
Vacant Land Houses,
Duplexs3-plexs
Apartments
Commercial PropertI
We buy andSe
Please call Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225
anytime.
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
dock, beach, pool tennis courts
and 24-hr sec ;Sale $425.000.
Rent $3,500pm.
Telephone 327-8135


MEN URBAN WEAR &
LADIES CLONING
STORE FOR SALE
EXCELLENT INVESTMENT
GREAT 1oCATION
".:OWNER RELOCATING
TEL: 326440,525-2193.



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
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.
Asking $324,000.00.
Call 424-5857. !


EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
Fully fumished 1 bedroom,
Coral Heights, $550 per month,
1st and last month, $300 sec
de. Water and light included.
302-5128(D) 362-2148
(eve/wekends).







MANAGEMENT RENTALS
FOR RENT
CABLE BEACH:Fumished 2-
bedroom Apt, AC, ceiling fans,
laundry fadlies. $1,000. Water
ind.
MONTAGU: FURNISHED 1-
BEDROOM APT CEILING
FANS. $575. WATER INCL
OFF CHARLES SAUNDERS
HIGHWAY: NEW 2-bedroom
Apt with appliances, central-air
& secure, enclosed yard. $750
water included.
SOLDIER ROAD: 2-bedroom
House, AC, ceiling fans,
enclosed yard, $1,000
SOLDIER ROAD: 1,120sq ft
Office space available. $1,500
per month.
SEA BREEZE:Tastefuly
furnished two storey executive
home, 4-bed, 3-bath with
central-air, large TV room,
laundry room, garage, covered
patio, nicely landscaped,
gardens. 3,500 per month
LEEWARD EST: New &
modem. Spacious 2-bed, 2.5-
bath Townhouse with
appliance, central. air, ceiling
fan, Laundry facilities in a quiet
neighbourhood $2,000. Very
nice.
TURNQUEST PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
324-3060

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT, $150
per week. Light and water
included. Call 392-7642, 9am-
5pm, Call 361-7842 after 6pm.
FOXDALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
$800. Tel 324-1735.

FULLY FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY $500 PER
MONTH. 392-4859.

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
LIGHT AND WATER.
PHONE 324-2704.
GREENWOOD ROAD, Off
Village Road. Single
professional person. (male)
wanted to share house in lovely
quiet neighbourhood. $600 per
month. Serious enquiries only.
Call 324-2525.
NAIL BOOTH FOR RENT
IN BUSY BEAUTY SALON
$100 PER WEEK. 36114502.


pMF
Tdlqoe: 326-017, 326-8112
Oar Mofo:' "f GOD IRSt
APPRAISALS
RENTALS


FOR RENT
NASSAU EAST, spacious 2-
bed, 2-bath unfurshed
apartment $850 month.
YAMACRAW ROAD, 1
bedroom unfurnished
apartment $600 monthly 2
bedroom unfunished
townhouse, $1,000 monthly.
LEEWARD EAST, 2 bedrooms
furnished apartment In quiet
development, $800 monthly.
CABLE BEACH, 2 bed, 2'
baths furnished villa,
$1,500 monthly
COLLINS AVENUE, office
space, $1,300 monthly
FULLY FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY Gleniston
Gardens Air condition,
washer/dryer, water included.
Telephone and cable ready,
post box, $600 monthly, first &
lastmonth rent + security.
TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH,
central A/C, washer/dryer,
water included, telephone and
cable ready, post box, $800
monthly first and last month
rent + security. Call 324-3387
after 5pm weekdays/weekends
anytime.
FULLY FURNISHED, spacious
3 bedrooms, 2 bath house,
enclosed patio + yard; sec bars,
cable & Internet ready,
$1,300/pm Sea Breeze Estates.
Tel:557-3972, 324-5013.
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT.
$550 MTHLY, FIRST, LAST
AND SECURITY DEPOSIT OF
$300 IS REQUIRED.
WATER, LIGHT, TELEPHONE
AND CABLE INCLUDED.
NO CHILDREN OR PETS.
392-4746.
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent
max security screens,
fully furnished.
Call: Dorothy Lunn
Tel: 341-4265
MOUNT VERNON APTS
2 bedroom, 1 bath, fully fum
A/C, mastered room, sec
services, wash house for
tenants use only, water
included. No children, or pets.
$700 and $800 Phone 393-
8257, or 393-9288.






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Sr r Townhouse fully furnished
3 bedrooms (air conditioned), 2 (South Beach) A/C, security spacious, 5 mins from beach,
bathrooms, living room, family bars, water, $650 per month, central A/C, burglar bars, water,
room, kitchen, dining room, : first and last month rent plus cable, telephone, television,
enclosed patio, washroom 1 security deposit, couples only, r. washer & dryer. $1,600 per
carport, yard practically PARADISE no pets. Phone 361-4035. .XEC. V V month. 422-2604, 457-1007,
enclosed, water included. Serious inquiries only 327-0232.
Please contact, 324-2862. ________elpho
Un FnRFT- "Your Gated NEW TOWNHOUSE 2 bed < SKYLINE DRIVE AREA, a DOWNTOWN: Beautiful
bedrooms, 2 bath. Sir Lynden Community Specialists" room, 1 1/2- bath of Cowpen RENTALS prestigious neighbourhood, Colonial Building dating back to
Estatroomse. $800 per month. Treasure Cve Sandyport Road. Security bars, central air, R101 SANDYPORT: 2bed- near cable beach:- 1700'. 4,500 s/ft and 1,800
For more information please OldFort Ba, Lyford Cay' first and last month rent plus 2bath Condo ocean and canal 2 bedroom cottage $1300 s/ft Auxiliary Building; both in
ntact Ms Waace, 26-523. Let us take care of security deposit views, $3,000.mtly. 3 bed apartment $1800 excellent condition. Ideal for
caortc M pac tcl L n family!pt Phone 427-0550. 1 Bedroom apartment.$900 Gourmet Restaurant or
Jyounr y. R102 SEABEACH: 2bed- All with A/C and exclusive of Executive Offices. One of a
JOAN'S HEIGHT 2 bedroom re ove Ne, NEWL Y BUILT 1-bedroom 2 bath townhouse, fully utilities. Call 327-8866. kind! Call Bernadette Miller
parking, quiet area, water furn. 4/2 with many upgrades! and water included, cable & $2,000.mtly RESTAURANTFORRENT 3264800 3253957
and last + $300 sec. month, sec deposit $300. R103 CORAL HARBOUR: FULLY FURNISHED
Call 392-0950 eve. Sandyport R1050- Newly Contact Mr & Mrs Saunders @ Canalfront 2bed-2.5bath $1200 PER MONTH
JOAN'S HEIGHT'S EAST moed 3/3.5 canal front 50 323-5191 or 341-townhouses, fully furnished (Light and water included.) -bedroom unfurn, cable, telHo Un
Spacious, 2 bed, 1 bath Apt. he 00494 after 7pm. $2,000.mtly. 361-4502. ready, $600 monthly, etc.
$650 per month. Treasure Cove R1140S Furn o NEWLY BUILT one bedroom 324-4262.
341-7769/456-6293 4/2 with pooe and enclosed apartment for rent in R104 CORAL HARBOUR: SHARES OFFICE SPACE __________ _
ARGEct -BED, -BATH yard, near ocean. $4,000 Carmichael area. $550 per Canalfront y 2bed2bath FOR RENT Eastern Area.
Pont se y b r 3 offices 600 sq ft $mn900 or 6 Unfurnished 1 bedroom apt.
Eici eatnc, Inble Burglar bars A Cable Beach R2212- Furn., bars, ceiling fans, air condition, $1,700.mtly. offices 1200 s ft. 1400 in theill
ceiling fans, quiet area. $530 newly renovated 2/2 in private parking, water included. inhtaedwaTerncIduded. Call $625. p/m $1250 to move in.
on sand last beachfront complex. $3,500 Formore information call 361- R10 CORAL HARBOUR: ghtanwater L ncduded 2 persons max. Ph:364-0817
per month, eve andSlast nth ot R105- NewlyCont3279. Please no children. Canalfront 2bed-lbath 364-6493. PERMO
required, plus $300 Sec dep. apartment, furnished. EASTERN END OF ISLAND 1-
No pets, no kids. Single or Sandyport R2151- Furn., NEWLY BUILT two bedroom, 2 $1,100.mtly. SHOP & OFFICE SPACE bedroom, furnished, A/C, light,
married couple only. Phone spacious 2/2.5 condo 1/2 bath Cottage *for rent, Yamacraw Rd opp Treasure water, cable $850/mth, 1st and
341-6796. overlooking canal on Clipper central air, security system and R106 CORAL HARBOUR: Cove. Ideal for pharmacy, last $500 dep. 324-5618 after
LARGE -BED,_1-BAH y ,Island. $3,500 water included available April Canalfront Ibed-1bath doctor's office, barber 7pm.
MILLER HEIGHTS 2-bed, 1- 2006. Call M-F after 6pm. 362- furnished apartment. shop/beauty salon, real estate
bath spacious living, dining, & Cable Beach R2086- New, 4365. Carmichael Road West. $900.mtly. office, etc. EFFICIENCY APT FOR RENT
kitchen area. A/C in bedroom, nicely furn. 2/2.5 townhouse Call 361-3816, or 361-5921 AT LOVE BEACH.
security screens/bars. $750 with enclosed, private yard. OFF JOHNSON ROAD two PLEASE CALL 362-5403
month. Water included. Tel $2,200_ bedroom, one bath apt with Contact FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
359-0089 ride stove water lightt EXECUTIVE REALTY SPACIOUS 2-BED, 2 1/ BATH
Noe'pe___________ie SandvDort R1189- Furn. 3/3 included. $800/mth 1st, lst TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288 CONDO. SEA BEACH EFFICIENCY FOR RENT $120
FOR RENT home on canal with study, $600 sec dep. required. Call ESTATES. 5 MIN FROM a weekly or $400 per month.
DORSETTEVILLE SUB generator, dock and many 636-7996. UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath CABLE BEACH. CENTRAL Light, water, microwave,
(PORKY'S CORNER) upgrades! $7,000 located in Yamacraw Shores AIR, FULLY FURN PRICE refrigerator, stove and cable is
3 BRAND NEW 2BED/1BATH OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT near beach. Conveniently NEGOTIABLE. included. Romer St, Fox Hill R
APTS VERY COMFORTABLE Twynam R2220- Furn., #78 Market Street, $350 per located to wash house, beauty CALL 557-8142. oad.
kithe re A i i ncmonthy salon and convenience store. _______fn225whoPhone 364-3155, 323-5761.
A/C, CEILING FANS, spacious 3/2 in central location. Phone 323-4999, 427-9755. Minutes away from pharmacy SPACIOUS, New one bedroom
cuLAr Arees/ aTr $ 20w nco f OFFO SO AD t d store. Central air and semi-furnished apt, in Western EIE
AVAILABLE MARCH 20TH,Westward Villas 2207- New water included. In quite District, near Travellers Rest. Included: Light, water, bars,
L 2 t r a e $450 PER MONTH. residential area. Rent $800 per Two minute walk to beach. A/C cable. $500 per month.
2006. $600 p/mth. 1st. last + unfurn. 3/2.5 townhouse in the UTIdTIES INCLUDED. month. First and last months Asking $900, elec and water First and last month and sec
$500 s S S heart of 189 CableFBeachlGre CALL FOR DETAILS, 242h rent and $400 security deposit included. Contact Mr Stuart dFF.C$200. FOR more
U R O ENLY ( 2 e at $ 0 t356-0545. required. PhoeCelectricity and 324-7188, or 327-71M77 info nation please call 392-
0652 ____________Seabeach Estates R2084- ONE 2-BEDROOM APT. 1st cableready. CalI.364-5961 _______
NASSAU VILLAGE bedroom n 5 townhouse near the and last + sec. A/C, water ASK FOR MRS GRAY WINTO ESTATES: 2-bedi 2-BEDROOM APT, Hanna Rd.
NASSA VL LAGE bedro om Yaa beach! $2,800 Uss1/2 bath Townhouse opposite Fridge, stove, A/C in bedroom.
wa Rr a beach! $2800 $600. Cowpen Road. Sea Breeze Estates the beach, security bars, fully Water included. Coin washer
d $V500 pMFOnT E Dick's Point R2204- Furn. Efficiency. Light, water and furnished, A/C, cable ready, anddryer.C$7L25/pm.
de 426-1388, 3254369. cefro /3.5 ou ONE BEDROOM APT Rose cable included. Clean and ot and back balcoies with Te364-2023.
Phone 426-138, 35-4369. cean /.5ton hommunse nStreet, Fox Hill. Burglar bars, attractive Ideal for a single ocean views, $1100/pm _________________
FOR. eastern community. A/C, $500 per month. Water person or a married couple 324-5897 leave a message 2-BEDROOM FOR RENT.
Nail Booth $70 included. Phone 322-1910(D) $550.00 per month. Security YAMACRAW BEACH.RENT:
Hair Booth$100 Treasure Cove R1180- 324-1299(N) deposit, first and last month ROOMS FR RENT: TEL324822.
Must See. 356-7749. Spacious, furn. 5/3 with pool in TWO 2-BED, 1-BATH APTS rent required 2 bed, 2 bath Apt, $130/wk. TWO BEDROOM to share. Off
a gated, oceanfront community. Available Immediately. Phone 324-2777. Furn. elec, water, cable, phone Carmichael Road. $300/pm.
NEWLY RENOVATED $5,500 Phone 328-4646. ______incl. Quiet environment. $500 to Call after 5pm. 361-2956.
CLEAN, SPACIOUS AND ONE BEDROOM APT, move in. 422-4542, 322-7276, aerpm. 3 9.
ATRACTIVE 4-UNIT IOld Fort Bay R1154- MUST SEE brand new Semi furnished, water, light & 341-5034, Dianne. TENTS FOR RENT
2APARFTMENT0p. LEX SLE Immaculate 5/4 fu. Home on beautiful spacious Apt oft cable included, $550/month, A For cookouts, meetings etc.
OF TAJAE. PROSPECT canal with 1/1- guest cottage Carmichael Road. C/A, ceiing $n $00 secdosit 1et &s ias uet A ontit Mude. Phne For4-496
RIDGE RD, SKYLINE LAKES and pool. $19000 fan, fridge, stove, washer & month. Quiet area. Utilities included Phone 426-4967
SUBD. NOW AVAILABLE: dryer, s/screens, & water John son Terrace Subdivision Light, water, cable gas. A/C
1-EFFICIENCY $1,000/PM ALL Caves Point R2153- Fum included. One 3-bed, 2 1/2 h: (H)324-5314, (C)423-7540. and security bars. $650 per SEA BEACH ESTATES
FULLY FURNISHED & 3/35 condo with amazing bath, $1,200/pm. Ideal for couples month. 2-bed, 2 1/2-bath, fully
EQUIPPED W/LINENS, views $5,000 g 2-bed, 1-bath, $800 per month. Ideal for couples. Ph: 393-2829, Cell 395-8083 furnished, pool, central, A/C,
DINNERWARE, WASHER Ms Forbes (day), 323-4488, TENTS FOR RENT 3 minutes from beach, $1,800.
AND DRYER. TELEPHONE, Seabeach Estates R2216- 323-4495/6, oreve362-1008. For cookouts, meetings etc. SPACIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath semi- Phone 327-2802.
CABLE AND ELECTRICITY Fu. 2/1 with private yard. Serious inquiries only 122 50 per day. and rindg f TWO 2 BEDROOM FURN APT
WATER SUPPLY. CENTRAL$6 NO QUAINT: 1 bedroom unfurn. oneast and one month sec dep. ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED.
WATER SUPPLY. CENTRAL PILOT HOUSE CONDded ES $65prmnh3680(GR NSHLS0. 0SA.
A/C, AND ELECTRIC GATE Skyline Lakes R2142- Fum Apt avail In Yamacraw Beach, PILOTHOUSECOND EAST $675 per month. 356-8344, GARDENS HILLS #2.
FOR ADDED SECURITY. 2/2.5 and 3/2.5 townh-ouses in for a quiet persons $650/pm, BAY ST OPP POOP DECK 364-0368. $900 PER MONTH.
FIRST AND LAST MONTH ewest Stertina 0 First and last Completely fished one A PHONE 323-80038, 324-7266.
WITH SECURITY DEPOSIT the wes. Starting at $2,000 required plus $500 sec dep. bedroom Apt. Microwave TWO BED, ONE BAHROOM.
REQUIRED. CALL 557-1449. F rental lists Waterand elec Included, dishwasher and laundry, 24-hr i"ncluded, fridge, liglth, water WORKSHOP WrTH OFFICE
Paradise e Real nEstate t cu cable and telephone ready. security swimming pool, gym and cable, t725 r moth, first WAREHOUSE SPACE
ROOM FOR RENT $300. Or visit Soely apetome a. To ionqut and cable ready, close to and last month required, UPSTAIRS AND 0 TRA
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1 LARGE BEDROOM 2-BEDROOM partly furn apt in Available BRAND NEW EXECUTIVE 1-BED, 1-BATH, SHIRLEA ROYAL VALLEY SUBD 2 bed,
DANOTTAGE Smith's Cove off Joe Farrington Prime Office Suite APARTMENT FOR RENT furnished. A/C, water & gas 2 1/2 bath townhouse style,
Includes: Light, water, Internet Road. A/C, security bars, For immediate occupancy CORAL VISTA, CORAL incl. $650/mth. Ph 393-5845. very spacious fridge, stove and
(telephone connected) fridge, and stove incld. $850 1,390 sq ft (additional 500 sq ft HARBOUR. 2-BED, 2-BATHS, water included.
dishwasher, washing machine, per month + $500 sec dep. Ph optional). Beautiful views of A/C, WASHER, DRYER 2 APARTMENT FOR RENT 359-1539, 341-4227.
$750 per month. Tel 364-6812. 323-4360. Nassau harbor & Paradise FRIDGE, STOVE, WATER Eden Estates, off Johnson 359-1539 341-4227.
SIsland, 3 parking spaces INCLUDED. $1,200 PER Terrace, Johnson Road. Newly EFFICIENCY: Light, water,
1-BED/I-BATH, Joan's 2-BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH included in rental, turnkey fit- MONTH. built enclosed yard, water cable & fridge incl. $475/mth
Heights, Fridge stove, newly newly built Townhouse, out office suite, 24 hr automatic TEL 422-3486, 362-1676. included. 361-0843, 454-1502.
renovated. $500, first/last, $300 Yorkshire St, Chapman Estates standby generator, two 2 bed, unfurnished
sec dep. 393-8317. Semi-furnished. elevators (wired for modern CABLE BEACH 1 bed fridge, stove $750C eacn.
1-BERTMNT fr 359-0074 328-1811. communication needs) TOWNHOUSES 1-bed, 1-bath 1st, and last morth/. se.: dep WANTS
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT for Units, completely furnished t4nn rall'^-yeca Tm CUADC
rent, off Carmichael Rd cnr opp 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH separate staff and secured cpetely furnished, $400. Call 364-7698 TO SHARE
Detention cnr, $550, 1st & last, w/fridge, stove, microwave, client parking, automated gated pool, patio, near to stores and
$500 deposit. Water inlc Tel dishwasher, garbage disposal, entrance & intercom system, 694/557-8980 FOR RENT CORDEAUX 2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
356-6904 Tina; alarm, water & washer & dryer 24hr security guards, 24 hr 2694/557-8980_AVENUE, A/C, CEILING FAN & UNFURNISHED ROOM, NO
357-7714 Jeff. available $1200/pm. Phone surveillance systems (recorded) CABLE BEACH SECURITY BARS WATER KIDS, NO KIDS, FEMALE
422-3440. & access control professionally TOWNHOUSES 3 bed, 3 1/2 INCLUDED. NO KIDS $500 ONLY, $350/PM SECURTY
1-BEDROOM APT Nassau managed $5,200.00 monthly. bath Units. Completely PER MONTH 1ST & LAST REQ., CABLE, WATER &
Village water included. $500 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, To viewcontact furnished, pool, patio and PLUS $300 SEC DEPO. PHONE INCLUDED.
Tel 394-1880 day, or 393-4454 WATER, WASHER AND Mr Elmer l.G. Lowe balcony, near to stores and CALL 362-0814, OR 434-0742. CALL AFTER 6PM. 364-7638.
eve. DRYER INCLUDED. FEMALE Bah. Facility Management Ltd. beach. $2,500/pm. 327-2694,
1-BEDROOM APT Nw. Partly COLLEGE STUDENT Tel: 242-328-BFMM, or 322- 557-8980. 1-BEDROOM partly furn apt in HOMELESS LADY SEEKING
1-BEDROO. APT New. Pay PREFERRED, $400 PER 7419, Darling Subdivision off Prince to live in a house with a
furnished. $550 monthly. Phone MONTH. TWYNAM HEIGHT. PO Box SS-19784 CARMICHAEL ROAD Charles A/C, burglar bars, Christian lady or family.
341-8808, 327-0172. CALL 426-4665. Nassau, Bahamas. BRAND NEW SPACIOUS water, fridge and stove Cell 535-0769.
1-BEDROOM APT, furnished. unfurnished 2 1-bed, 1-bath included. $550 per month +
S edAC 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATHROOM BEAUTIFUL 2-bed, 2-bath Apt living & dining room, water $300 secdep. Phone 324-4397 1 AM HONEST,
Water included C, bars, sec $650. PER MONTH, FIRST Central A/C, fully furnished, included, security bars, washer after 5pm. TRUSTWORTH unemployed
Camchael Road. 3$60 3187f AND LAST MONTH. $350.00 water included. off Dolphin space air condition. Interesting person seeking to live-in a
Carmichael Road. 361-3187. Security deposit. PHONE 427- Drive West. $1500. 323-7044 applicant only Tel 341-2534 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, house with a family.
1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY 4590. eve, 477-1836. after 6 pm 454-5526 upstairs apartment in Pinedale. Call 535-0769.
YELLOW ELDER. Water and 2-BEDROM, 1-BATHROOM Sorry no children please.
h cLue te r d 2-BEROOM, 1-BATHROOM BLAIR ESTATES Newly built CENTRALLY LOCATED. Off Rental includes FREE waterOOM MATE wanted to share
light included. e 3ae e5214d water included. cable ready sec large 1 bedroom apartment Montrose Ave, 2-bed, 1-bath and clothes washer. $650 per 2 bedroom apartment
328-2548 Single male need bars, South Beach, $650. private entrance built onto Apt. Available from April 15, month, first & last with $300 sec Carmichael Road. $275 per
apply. Tel 361-4942. house. Fully furnished, cable 2006. Fridge, stove, water, dep. Phone Sundays thru month first and last month,
1-FULLY FURNISHED 1 FURNISHED ROOM ready, computer ready, washer central A/C, $700 per month, Fridays, 364-1460 or 323-8280. $200 sec depo. Tel 434-6286.
apartment. Water included. FOR RENT. PLEASE DO NOT machine and dryer. Private first, last, $450 sec deposit.
Plantol Street off East Street. BRING ANY OTHER yard with patio. Everything Quiet Christian neighbours, 2-BED, 2-BATH APT UNFURNISHED ROOM
$500 per month, first, last and FURNITURE IN ROOM; ONE included. Also use of swimming looking for the same. Short Furn, elec, water, cable, phone Single female only.
$200 sec required. Call 325- SINGLE BACHELOR ONLY. pool with outside kitchen with term lease of 6 months will be incl. Quiet environment. $950 $375/mth, first & last months,
2750. NO KIDS. NO PETS. OFF grill. $1,250 a month, first last considered. Call 357-3128 per month, First & last month's $250 security deposit
2 bedroom Apt, EAST ST ON CROOKED and security. Serious inquiries leave message. rent and $500 sec depo requ. All utilities.Soldier Rd.
Spacious water included ISLAND ST JUST ACROSS ly single lady or a couple. 1422-4542, 322-7276, 341-5034 Tel 394-1513(H),
FROM A CONVENIENT Must see to appreciate. Phone COLONY VILLAGE 3 bed, 1 422-4542, 322-7276, 341-5034
700p/m +400 sec.dep. NC FROM ACONVENIENT 328-4615(W).
burg bars. Blue Hill Rd. South STORE QUIET CLEAN 393-4732 after 5pm. Cell 427- bath, A/C, master bed, fenced Dianne.
g. bs. Be H S ENCLOSED YARD. 2864 anytime ask for David. i back yard, water included. FULLY FURNISHED WANTS TO SHARE
Ph.3412692. $850/mth. Phone 327-60201 1 FULLY
_______Ph. 2 BLOCK FROM BUS STOP. BOOTH RENTAL 426-2603. Efficiency, fully central air, 2 bedroom house in private
2 NEWLY BUILT HOUSES 3- CEILING FAN IN ALL ROOMS, For Stylist, Barber & Nail Tech. water included. Star Estate Out yard. Single female only $380
bed, 2-bath each. Own BEDROOM, FRONT ROOM Located Bahama Avenue. 361- East off Prince Charles, $575 per month, first and last months
spacious fenced-in yard. Off AND KITCHEN NEWLY 0398 or 394-3947, per month, First, last rent and plus $250 security
Fox Dale, $1200 per month. RENOVATED. ALL UTILITIES ask for Beverley Robinson $200 security required. Call Soio esincluded
Phone 324-2504. INCLUDED. LIGTH HOTs/ akfr eley gats $200 1.rt 3640508. Soldier Road, Glendale Subd.
COLD WATER, PHONE, BRAND NEW 1-bedroom. e i 3y o Cotact Paula at 394-1513(H),
2 SEPARATE ROOMS CABLE. $150 PER WEEK, Fridge, stove, water included, 1 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT or 326-3276
FOR RENT. CABLE, WATER, $500 TO MOVE IN. WEEKLY $550, first and Ist + $400 sec $550 per month.
LIGHT INCLUDED. ONLY. CALL MS KEMP 2 bedroom Apartment $650 per WANTS TO SHARE 2-bed, 1
$500 PER MONTH. BETWEEN 9AM AND 6PM. 1 Efficiency Apt, $450. Water month. 1/2 bath Townhouses Out
TEL 361-1507. TEL 326-0669. includes first and last +$300 sec. i ,; A/C, security screens & gate. West. Furnished & utilities
Phone 341-0572 Water included. Located off included. Asking $600/pm or
2-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT APARTMENT FOR RENT Cell 565-6362. Parkgate Rd. Phone 341-1523. $150 per week. Serious
clean, water included, water, fridge, stove washer BRAND NEW 2 spacious 2 bed COMINGTO ORLANDO 2-BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATS I ets/kids. Call 3260330 after
$650/pm, 1stlast+ $350dep. dryer and central air and Apt, separate living and dining Tired of staying in stuffy hotels. basically furnished Apt., City pm., Call 326-0330 aft
$650/pm, 1pst & last+ $350 dep. dryer and central air an Apt sepa cur I have luxurious 4 bed, 3 yquiympm.
No pets. Sandilands Village, security bars $750 per month. rooms, tiles throughout C/A have luxury ous 4 bed, last
Nopets.hone 456-82. Village, security barceiling fan, burglar bars sight, bathrooms vacation home, mth, one month urty. YOUNG FEMALE wanted to
one oDmonth, one month security IN YOUNG FEMALE wanted to
Phone 456-8275. Tel 457-1456. alarm system elec, gates, fully living, dining, den, swimming ADVANCE. Serious inquiries share 2 bedroom apartment.
Iu r n is h e d Ao, o nl y rC a ll 3 2 7 4 3 1 6 l e e s g $ e $ 0 t o m vef e inc
2BED, 1-BATH, fridge, tove 2-BEDROOM APT, Hanna andscaped i-f Near airport, Disney, only Ca327-4316 leave msg $100/week $350 to move n.
washer/dryer, burglar bars, A/C Road. Fridge, stove, C, stove, washer, dryer, cable and Mal, all other attraction. Email: All utilities included. 525-8015.
ceiling fans, phone & cable gas. water, blinds and washing phone ready $900, 1st last Bahamas 242-356-0544, cith'comfortaptov3hsoho co
$850/pm. 477-0972. facility. $700 per month. Tel and sec depo. Tel 394-767. US 818-470-7237.WANTED
PINE YARD ROAD OFF SEA 327-6899. Brand New Apt. CORAL HARBOUR, beach 2-BED/-1BATH Siapliedor,
view, 1-bed, 1-bath, semi Water, phone, cable, 'private
BREEZE LANE, semi- COMMERCIAL BLDG Boatswain Hill. Spacious 2b 1b, furnished Apt. $750, 1st, last & Washer/Dryer. Fully furnished Serious Experienced Bass
furnished 1 large bedroom, FOR RENT central a/c, c.fans, in-door sec deposit. Phone 565-8318. A/C., fenced in. $900 monthly. Player. To join working
bath, walk-in closet, stove, MARKET STREET washer/dryer facility, sec.bars, first/last, $400 sec. 393-8317, contemporary covers band.
fridge, AC, cable, bars, sofa, ASKING $1200/PM encl yard, water incl. $750pm, ATTENTION BUSINESS !I Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm. Must be sober, have own
water. $575 per month, first and CALL 356-8962 OR 427-6654 1st, last & $500 security Looking for a new 1-bedroom transportation, own equipment
last, sec dep, $250. Ask for Ms deposit. Apartment for your employer? ROOM FOR RENT. furn, light, and must have good work
Carey 556-2315, 322-7205 Ph:361-3915, 422-4054. Private, nice, and quiet water, telephone, cable $150 ethics. For more info call: 394-
after 5pm 364-7562. CABLE BEACH Immaculate, location. St Andrew Beach. Tel er week. No kids. 5810 between 6-9pm
one of a kind, 2 bed, 2 bath BRAND NEW EFFICIENCY 364-7829. h: 322-2098. $500 to move in.
ONE FULL SIZE, white gas central A/C, ceiling, fans, tiled Seabreeze Lane $500.00 per SERVICE STATION
stove with full size gas tank. 3 floors, high ceilings, fully month includes: fridge, stove, COZY CABLE BEACH TOWN COURT -1-bed, Apt ON JOE FARRINGTON ROAD
months old. $500. 327-6151, furnished and equipped water, security bars, ceiling fan, COTTAGE 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fully furnished for rent, May 5, need 2 Pump Attendants
557-8501. washer/ dryer, cable, TV smoke detector & mini blinds. fully furnished, A/C, ceiling 2006. $800 per month. Call urently. Brin (2) references,
security bars. $1400 a month, NO PETSI fans, w/d fridge/stove, enclosed 535-5338 after 6 pm. ice record and National
2-BEDROOM APT, off 1st/last and $1000 sec. MUST SEE! Call 364-1853 patio and private yard space, 5 Isurance card
Hampster Road, c/air, washer One year lease. Suit non mins to beach. Cable and APARTMENT 2-BEDROOMS Call 324-1787, or 324-2987.
dryer, fridge & stove included, smoking, single or couple. TWO 1-BEDROOM APT. telephone ready, water with fridge, stove & washing
$800/pm, 1st, last, $800 Sorry no children or pets. Tel Water & A/C included. $500 included. $1400/m Call 327- machine. Palmdale area. BUS DRIVER wanted for Route
deposit. Phone 361-2245 327-3832, 427-2851. Mrs Prtt,43 2 99,444-2985. 601%,4 54-"v-32". . ....4. ... 009j.






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Career Opportunity professional and personal classroom teachers for the new AFTER ELDERLY AND experience, able to work PHONE 636-9776.
GENERAL MANAGER background and achievements academic year at both the INFANT, YEARS OF independently a must. No
Applications are invited from to: preschool and elementary level. EXPERIENCED. CALL M drugs, no alcohol, be willing to
qualified and experienced info@securitybahamas.com PRINCE 544-9745. provide names of two BAHAMAS EMPLOYMENT
individuals to fill the role of the or PO Box CB-12043 Applicant for teaching positions professional references. Must AGENCY IN HEPBURN
company's General Manager. The closing date for in the preschool must have a DOWNTOWN LOCATION be a team player. HOUSE ON SHIRLEY STREET
We are rooking for a dynamic, applications is April 15th, 2006 Bachelor's Degree in Early HIRING Fax 393-3248. NEEDS:
progressive thinking and APPLICATIONS WILL BE Childhood Education from an RETAIL SALESPERSON 8 SALES PERSONS WITH
organized professional to lead TREATED WITH THE accredited University or MUST BE ENERGETIC. INVENTORY SUPERVISOR BUBBLIE PERSONALITIES,
the company's operations. STRICTEST OF College and have a valid RELIABLE, HONEST. GREAT needed for marine business. FRIENDLY AND LOVE
Reporting to the Board of CONFIDENCE. teaching certificate with a PAY AND BONUS. Must be computer literate and WORKING WITH PEOPLE
Directors, the successful least two years experience CALL 326-1680. have marine knowledge. (TOURIST)HARD WORKING.
applicant must be results-driven PROJECT MANAGER teaching ELECTRI MOTOR Rlease fax resume to: 394- MONDAY-THURSDAY 9-5PM
applicant teaching. ELECTRIC MOTOR REWIND- 7659. PLEASE BRING (IN PERSON)
and will take overall REQUIRED. PLAN, All applicants in the elementary ER needed must be able to 7 P E B G (N
responsibility for providing ORGANIZE, RESOURCES, school must have a minimum rewind all types of motors and LIMOUSINE & TAXI SERVICE TWO (2) REFERENCES
leadership and direction for the LEAD AND MONITOR THE of a Bachelor's Degree in work without supervision is looking for Drivers with FROM POASS EMPLOYERS,
company. ASSIGNED PROJECT(S) TO Elementary Education and Please call 322-6205, 12 to Public Service badge, VALID POLICE RECORD,
ENSURE THAT THE possess a valid Teaching 4pm. Mon to Fri. well groomed and dependable. ONE (1) PASSPORT PHOTO
Key responsibilities will include PROJECT IS DELIVERED Certificate from an accredited Phone 326-4172. & RESUME.
translating the company's WITHIN AGREED TIME, COST University or College. EXPERIENCED SALES LADY
strategic and tactical business AND SPECIFICATION. Applicants are also required needed. Telemarking LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER BAHAMAS EXPERIENCE
plans into operational realities. CHECKING CONTRACTORS to have a least two years experience a plus. Must be needed- to do all cleaning, TOURS
Developing relationships with AND CONSULTANTS experience, persuasive, mature, honest and ironing and cooking. Please BAY/& CHRISTIE STS
customers, clients, government MONTHLY PAYMENT All teachers must be familiar reliable. Phone 323-3345. reply in writing to: BUS DRIVERS NEEDED.
organizations corporate entities CERTIFICATES. with inquiry based teaching EXPERIENCED TAXI DRIVER Housekeeping, P Box N7805, MUST HAVE CURRENT
and regulatory agencies. CONTRIBUTE IN MANAGING methods. quoting references and PUBLIC SERVICE LICENCE,
Candidate must display the INTERFACES WITH Teachers with math and wanted, age 25 years or older qualifications. BAHAMA HOST BADGE AND
ared with Public Service licnece. Call MUST BE ABLE TO DRIVE
ability to identifying growth CONSULTANTS, science as specialties are i525-3012, o4 LIVE-IN HO K PE MUST B ABLE TO DRIVE
opportunities within the security CONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS especially encouraged to 012, or 454-3652. L U to STANDARD SHIFT.
industry while developing the AND ENGINEERS AND IN apply. EXPERMENTAL BUSH care for a senior citizen, NO PHONE CALLS
company's reputation with IDENTIFYING OPERATING Excellent grammar is a must. MEDICINE for HIV in the 1st week,7pmthru 8am. Call 356- BAHAMIAN WORKMEN for
clients and shareholders. The RISKS 0 F EACH stage. Need persons to 6484 or 325-0318 BAHAMIAN WORKMEN fordetails
successful candidate will be DEVELOPMENT Preference will be given to participate.or 325-0 landscaping company needed.
required to achieve the COMPLIANCE OBJECTIVES. Bahamian applicants: All calls confidential, 423-9058. MAID NEEDED. SPEAKS Experience a plus, but willing to
company's budgeted PROVIDE MONTHLY Fax resume to 394-4790. CHINESE AND COOK train. Call 363-1270 for an
performance as well as the PROJECT MANAGEMENT Resumes must be submitted no GARDENER WANTED CHINESE FOOD. APPLY BOX interview.
short, medium and long term REPORTS. MAINTENANCE later than Friday, March 31, PLEASE CALL (242)335-1272. SS-6406, NASSAU. BU VER
objectives of the Board of OF PROPER AND UP-TO- 2006, no exceptions. Growing Food Comny MILLER'S TIRE CENTER IVER NEEDED
Directors. DATE PROJECT FILE needs a ReisponsERS blTIRE CE R is Route 15A
Required Qualifications and ADMINISTRATION RECORDS. YOUNG ENEGETIC SALES MALE or LEng for two serious All necessary documentation
Experience: MINIMUM 12 TO 14 YEARS PERSON needed for starting DELIVERY DRIVER experienced me to wor are required
The candidate should be an OF EXPERIENCE IN up technology company entry Must be over 25 years Phone 341-5525. Please call 477-0601 or
experienced manager of large CONSTRUCTION/DEVELOPM position computer. Competitive Must have valid drivers license 324-0212.
numbers of personnel with a ENT. PLEASE FAX RESUME salry Only serious inquiries for at least two years. NEEDED CONSTRUCTION
sound knowledge of physical ALONG WITH A COPY OF ALL Send resume to: Must be high school graduate. MANAGER PHONE 328-0239. DELIVERY /SERVICE
and technological security CERTIFICATES TO 362-5798. doubledee23@hotmail.com. Must have dean Police record. ASK FOR GEORGETTE, OR PREPRESENTATIVE
applications and the security Must have or be ab to get a MARSHA. ESTABLISHED COMPANY
and life safety industry in WANTED: Energetic female URGENTLY NEEDED Must h r e eto get a MASHA SEEKS AN EXPERIENCED
general. Applicants must ADVERTISING AGENT for NAIL TECHNICIAN Mu t health certificate. NEEDED CONSTRUCTION INDMDUAL TO FILL THE
possess:, newspaper publication, must (CHRISTIAN) TO DO Must be honest boesble MANAGER. PHONE 32239. ABOVE POSITION. DUTIES
A minimum of 5 years have experience in sales. Call NAILART. References are quird. ASK FOR GEORGETT OR INCLUDE ORGANIZING
previous security, law 328-0002. Basic and Commission. r are from m to 3pm MARSHA DELVERIES & PICK UP AND
enforcement, military or other PHONE 328-1250. Monday to Satuday. NEEDED URGE -to RIVING A MANUAL SHIFT
uniformed type organizafio URGENTLY NEEDED. Monday to Saturday. NEEDED URGENTLY DRIVING A MANUAL SHIFT
is required. CA IER WANTED Call 364-2707 BETWEEN 7pmr Polynisa Co preerab TRUCK IN A SAFE MANNER.
ceent leadership, FOR FIRERAIL 1 Ful time Teenage Helper and 9 p ONLY. Calls received knows Filipino cuisine. ApplyCANDIDATE MUST BE ABLE
directional, negotiation, oral CONVENIENCE STORE. 1 Helper with divers lcence fte 9 p- WILLNOT BE PO Box N683, Nass a PROESSON GE THAT
and wton communication PHONE 341-3419. BRING under 30 yearsod ANSWERED. Your 1st test is Bahamas. PROESSI ON IMAGE THAT
skills~. ~ RESUME AND PASSPORT Come in to A. Wong & Son the ability to read and follow theNE D CO H TDA AL B AL T
skllk RESUME AND PASSPORT ~Groce Ba Stnet, 7an. Instructions as listed here in the NEEDED: CONCH STAND AND ALSO BE ABLE TO
Dernmstrated ability to PHOTO. 10am. NOT CALL ad. DO NOT cal if you do not Conchman who knows how to ARTICULATE HIM OR
problem solve and provide ALES LADY as 18-3. meet the requiem ent If you make Scorch Conch and Conch HERSELF. EXCELLENT
psolions to ad M arathn Magll. i WANTED. Four Telemarketing are serious about work and Sald.Call 280002. SALARY AND OPPORTUNITY
property nd fe safety Mo-Sa Marathon Mall. High preenttives for an met the above reqrements, NEEDED: ONE NAIL BENEFITS ADVANCEMENLABLE.
i Two references. 393-8317 tabshed business. Applicants call. ONE NAILVAEMENT
ncludin g Initiativs Mon-Sat. 0am6pm. shoal e HANDYMAN wanted. TECHNICIAN for a busy shop PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO
thltelephone skis and current In m Jerome Aveue eoyben
translate the m ir EXPERIENCED BACKHOE resume. Tel 394-490. Ask for PA c 242-335-1430, or rA ea
toptheP l Call 544-679 for more details.
picture into operational detail OPERATOR AND CRANE Mrs Cox or Ms Saunders. 464-0022. ______
and accommodate the future OPERATOR. TEL 434-6341, CAREER NG HARDWARE SUPPLY STORE ONE HANDYWOMAN needed.
growth and success of the OR362-1150. CAREER CHANGING req following male Phone 502-1047.
company. OPPORTUNITY aemploes high shlE
* Knowledge of risk BUSINESS seeks skilled Single Professional Technology firm s poyees high school ONE WELDER NEEDED.
assessment, threat reduction, Phase Electrician to Install low seeking a Customer Service hired. atu re re esPLEASE CALL 427-5704. W.H.F. ARCHITECTURAL
executive protection, access voltage systems. Resume & Representative / Administrative orke driving RECEPTIONIST NEEDED Consultant Planners
control CTV, Intrusion and two reference letters required. Assistant. The individual must record, Busy office needs an Your one stop building center"
fire ete systems would rain provided. For I call energetic, (2) Sales Assistant, electrical experienced receptionist with Archtecture
be beneficial. 326-5483. customer-friendly, self- experience would be an good communication skills and *3D Designs
Applicant must be preard, intelligent, and very advantage, well spoken English. Must have *Marine Cnstruction
Applicant must be prepared to WANTED: An Officer ambitious. A strong Tel 3411278. experience n Microsoft Word. *Construction
travel. We offer an excellent Administrator for an established background in Microsoft Office Must be able to handle a very Engineering
compensation package with business. Applicants should be and Office Administration is HELP THE CONSTRUCTION busy switchboard. Starting Real Estate
benefits and the opponity to proficient In MS Word, Outlook, recommended. However, we APPRENTICESHIP alary 250 per week Phone 324-4048/558-3689,
join a leading security Excel and Quick Books offersignificant certification and PROGRAMME KEEP Applicants may fax their Mt Vernon.
enterprise. He/She should have the ability training opportunities for the WORKERS EMPLOYED. resumes to 364-3076.
Contact Information: to multi-task and possess successful candidate. TEL: 322-2692, OR 456-7334. O WILL SHOP FOR YOUR
If you think you possess the excellent telephone skills and a GMA L YOUNG MALE SALESMANIN
qualities outlined herein and current resume. Tel 394-4960/2 Resumes can be faxed to 394- PHARMACY TECH needed to NEEDED TO SELL FACTORY ROOFING SUPPLIES IN THE
would like to be considered for ask for Mrs Cox or Ms 8383 or emailed to work in Island. Tel 323-1305, DIRECT DVDs AND GAMES. USA. 30 YEARS
such dyrnaic, fat paced and Saunders. jobs@synergybahamas.net 425-1790. CALL544-4273. 1138 OR 1NC 954588454 393-








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BUSINESS
SERVICES

APPROVED PLANS
FOR SALE
*DUPLEXES
TRIPLEXESS
FOURPLEXESS
*3-BED, 2 1/2-BATH HOMES
CALL 323-0578
EMAIL:
blueprintcity@coralwave.com


BEESGet

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

CARDLESS
Receivers, Sales, installation,
Programme and Repair.
Call 325-7280.






COLLIE'S CONSTRUCTION
We build and repair houses
Call 392-5404 today!
NAIL SPECIAL
FULL SET WITH DESIGN $20.
456-0021.
PARKS CONSTRUCTION &
RENOVATIONS
*CARPENTRY
*MASONRY FENCING
GENERAL HOME REPAIRS.
PHONE: 856-3717 OR 395-
0691 (CELL) .
ASK FOR SHAWN
ROOF REPAIR, DRY WALL
wood and vinyl siding; porches
& decks, interior, exterior
painting, fencing, finish
carpentry. Tel: 525-7257
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




LADY SEEKING JOB AS A
MAID. TEL 242-325-4464.
LADY seeking job as live out
baby sitter. Tel 323-3479.
LADY seeks days work on
Mondays,'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 days work to
clean or iron. 392-2917.


POSITION
WANTED
43-YEAR OLD seeking lon as
live-in maid to care for elderly
or baby. Call 322-5317 anytime
after 6pm ask for Joan.
DO YOU NEED SOMEONE to
come in 2-3 days per week to
clean your home? Then you
should call this number NOWI!!
Call 394-8605 or 426-3958.
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY/
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT with over 13 years
experience seeks part-time
work 9am-2pm. Hardworking,
intelligent, reliable competent
and confidential. Phone 364-
0067/454-7059.
GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK
Retired Nurse available
for evening babysitting
CALL 341.596
GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK
Retired Nurse available for
evening babysitting.
CALL 341.5969
I AM AN HONEST, RELIABLE
person seeking to work on any
job any hours from Mon-Fn.
Call 535-0769 ask for Kay.
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
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.
Professional with over 15 yrs
Executive experience seeks
position as Administrator,
General Manager or Marketing
Manager. Ability to set
performance goals in
accordance with corporate
directives. Excellent Leadership
and managerial ability, written
and oral communication skills.
Finance, Marketing and Legal
background. Articulate, highly
cofnidential, able and willing to
travel and work hard.
Computer Literate and can start
immediately. Respond to:
Email:
businessresources@coralwave.
comr
or Telephone: 242-426-4967
RELIABLE LADY seeks job to
care for the elderly and days
work. Contact 423-7905.
RELIABLE MIDDLE AGE
Christian lady seeks job as live
in maid, taking care of elderly
or baby siting. Call 323-3479 or
356-8279.
SERIOUS & MATURE
CASHIER needed for samll
take-out nice area. $6/hr all
shifts. 325-8070.
TWO MATURE LADIES seeks
dys job or weekly work as
housekeeper, babysiter' Please
call 341-6708.


POSITION
WANTED
MATURE CHRISTIAN female
roome-male to share 2-bed. 1-
batr apt, utilities incl, A/C in
bedroom & washer.
Call 455-3976.
MATURE LADY seeks live-in
job as a babysitter, house-
keeper, or to take care of
elderly or disabled adult or
child. Can be well
recommended, and be provid-
ed a clean police record. Call
394-8605.
NEED SOMEONE TO TAKE
YOUR PET TO THE
GROOMERVET OR GIVE
MEDICATION. CALL 341.5969
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.
YOUNG LADY SEEKS
OFFICE EMPLOYMENT,
COMPUTER LITERATE AND
WILLING 'TO LEARN.
CONTACT 364-723,; 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 Angle or Tia.


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

SPANISH CLASSES
Ages 4 1/2 to 17.
Good results guaranteed

DANCE CLASSES
Salsa, Merengue and Bachata.
(All ages)
Best dancers will perform.
326-6293(HM), 456-8237.


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BIG CLEARANCE
PAITO SALE
Saturday, March 25,
6am-9am
Winton Highway.
SATURDAY, MARCH., 2006
Danottage Est off Bemard Rd
Right turn after Aquapure 1st
right then 1st right 2 house
right #3 pink & white. 393-4552.
SATURDAY, MARCH., 2006
Danottage Est off Bernard Rd
Right, turn after Aquapure 1st
right then 1st right 2 house
right #3 pink & white. 393-4552.


KODAK DIGITAL CAMERA
: A-:, 4 1p12k ZOOM +
SSoftware new $250.
Kodak Digital Camera 5mp
*.15X zoom Software new
$275
Phone 535-5338.
S FOR SALE .
Lg Fridge $350
Stove $200. "
Digital wall Clock. New $70
5'8" Persian rug, belge. $80
Solid wood Crib, light brown
$120
Yamaha Keyboar: $150. Like
new
All items in good condition
Tel 364-1559
S 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
Different assortment of Rugs;
40 qt chest cooler; 4 sweater
folding' picnic table with
umbrella; VCR; Satellite
receiver; soft string hammocks,
binoculars, head radio, books,
small tables, plastic chairs,
cushions,
kitchen and bathroom
accessories, white wicker
mirror, linens towels, glasses,
pots and pans, etc.. Prices
range from $5.00 to $105.00.
Call 327-1826


ARTICLES
FOR SALE
ARTICLE SALE
PHOTOGRAPH PRINTER
DIGITAL $80
BRAND NEW KETTLE $30
COMPUTER PRINTER HP990
$35
ROTATING OFFICE CHAIRS
$50
DESK/CABINET COMPUTER
TABLE $30
COOLER $10
IRONS $10
ELEC TOASTER $10
TEL 324-6466.
BRAND NEW PANSAT 2700
satellite receivers
$350 with switch 18", 24", 30"
Satellite Dishes Available.
Phone 324-5467, 636-3916.
ITEM FOR SALE
Used appliance & equipment
like new.
Apt size refrigerator $175.
Household Refrigerator $250-
300
3-Ton A/C system $500.
Room size $80.
TEL 636-8307.
FOR SALE
Kill Bill vol l&ll DVD w/replica
sword $170
Zatoichi the blind swordsman
DVD with replica sword $160
Hero DVD staring Jet Ii with
replica sword $210
395-7159.
FOR SALE
MATRIX 10 Disc DVD
collection $95
Blade Trilogy DVD (5 disc) $95
Kill Bill vol 1&Il DVD $45
Zatoichi the blind swordsman
DVD (2 disc) $35
Hero staring Jet U DVD $25
395-7159.
NEW BABY travel system with
car seat, carrier & stroller, $190
New Car Speakes, 6"x9", 360
watts, $120


Phone 323-3345.
FOR SALE
White wicker mirror, kitchen
and bathroom articles, books,
small table,
miscellaneous items, ranging
from $5.- to $45. Call 327-1826.
PROJECT MANAGER
required. Plan, organize,
resources, lead and monitor the
assigned projects) to ensure
that the project is delivered
within agreed time, cost and
specification. Checking
contractors and consultants
monthly payment certificates.
Contribute in managing
interfaces with consultants,
contractors, suppliers and
engineers and in identifying
operating risks of each
development compliance
objectives. Provide monthly
project management reports.
maintenance of proper and up-
to-date project file
administration records.
Minimum 12 to 14 years of
experience in
construction/development.
Please fax resume along with a
copy of all certificate'st '
362-5798.


ARTICLES
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
Shaolin Fignlers. Silver Fox.
Ninia movies and more
ALL ORIGINAL DVDs $15 ea.
395-7159.
BRAND NEW MOTOROLA
RAZOR V3i Deluxe package
it's the newest version of the
Razor price, $450. Phone 393-
1810 ask for David.
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


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.







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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 e-mail:
dan@bradford-grand-bahama.
com.
FOR EMPLOYMENT WE
SEEK THE FOLLOWING:
INSTRUMENT ENGINEER
MECHANICAL ENGINEER
CONSULTANT/ENGINEER
SITE ENGINEER,
MECHANICAL SUPERVISOR
MECHANICAL PIPEFITTER
STEEL REPAIR TECHNICIAN
SMAW/SEMI-AUTOMATIC
WELDER
INDUSTRIAL WELDER
TANK REPAIR TECHNICIAN
TANK ERECTOR
STEEL FABRICATOR
PURCHASER/EXPEDITER
HANDYMAN/LABOURER
SEND RESUME TO: PO BOX
F42522, FREEPORT,
BAHAMAS, OR APPLY IN
PERSON: QUALITY
SERVICES LIMITED,
QUEEN'S HIGHWAY (NEAR
HARBOUR ENTRANCE
ROAD; NEXT TO THE
FOCOL).
GRAPHIC ARIST/DESIGNER
needed for well established
writing company in Freeport.
Five? years' minimum
experience, must be neat and
6rgaRized'.a" fie '352-7322, or
email resumes to:
freead@gmail.com.


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harbour with 100 feet of bulkhead, 100 feet on East Bay
Street and 300 feet deep. Located opposite EastVilla
Restaurant Elevated with gorgeous views of Paradise
Island and the harbour $1,950,000. #3234 EXCLUSIVELY
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JACARANDA Residential lots 10,800 sq. ft. from $115,000.
WINTON MEADOWS Residential lot 8,000 sq. ft. $120.000.
INDIGO Residential lot $150,000. T'iplex lot $170,000,
SANDYPORT Lots in last phase from $240,000.
LovE ESTATES Beachfront lot 37,395 sq.ft. $814,000.
LY PORD CAY Prime residential lot, 150'x 150'. $625,000.
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES Golfcourse lot $1,250,000.
BIMIN 4.778 acres w/ 400 feet on the water $1.4 million.


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TREASURE COVE Furnished 4b 2b home with pool. $4,500.
PARADISE Is. Elegant townhouse 4 bed 3.5 bath. $5,000.
SEAPOINTE 3b 3b townhouse, private community. $5,000.
SANDYPORT Brand new townhouse 3 bed 3,5 bath. $5,500.
TUscULUM Beau~ifll um 3b3bw/privatepoolseaiwws $5,500.
SANDYPORT Executive canalfront 3b 3.5b, dockslip. $7,000.
SANDYPORT Executive canalfront 4b 4.5b, dockslip $10,000,


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