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Teachers urged


to suspend all


extra-curricular

activities


* By PAUL TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE Bahamas Union of
Teachers has told its members
to siart a "work to rule" next
week and to suspend all extra-
curricular activities as their
negotiations with government
take another turn for the worse.
Starting Monday, April 3,
teachers are asked to report to
school at 8.45am and leave
promptly at 3.15pm. They were
encouraged not do any addi-
tional work outside of what
their contract requires.
iAlso starting next week, all
sporting activities in high
schools will be cancelled until
further notice.
BUT president Ida Poitier-
Turnquest said this latest
increase in industrial action
domes after the union was given
the "same old contract" first
issued when their negotiations
with government began.
Mrs Poitier-Turnquest,
addressing a "standing room
only" Walker's Hall and jam-
packed parking lot, told her
members that government was
treating teachers like "nobod-
ies".
The BUT's monthly general
meeting, which began at 8am,
was used to demonstrate how
the union can be truly united
whenever they again choose to
take an industrial stand.


When questioned about the
effect of having hundreds of
teachers out of the classroom
attending the early morning
meeting, which lasted well
beyond 9am, and its affect on
the schools, Mrs Poitier-Turn-
quest said the running of the
school "belongs to the Ministry
of Education".
"When our meeting is over
we will return to school. But in
the meantime I want the public
to know that the business of the
running the school belongs to
the Ministry of Education. But
they have everything sorted out
- trust me," she said.
Mrs Poitier-Turnquest
explained that the generic pro-
posal they were first handed
was withdrawn and that the new
proposal they were presented
was only a wage proposal not
an industrial agreement.
It is this, Mrs Poitier-Turn-
quest said, that the union found
extremely insulting.
"We expected more out of
our government than to come
back and present the same old
tired wage proposal that they
offered the BPSU (Bahamas
Public Service Union), and to
us a long time ago. A proposal
that we overwhelmingly reject-
ed," she said.
Mrs Poitier-Turnquest said


SEE page 12


M THE Bahamian Chipman family are calling on the government to allow them to
reclaim the land that was once owned by their late grandfather. The Chipman mansion
has not been occupied for many years so long, in fact, that this man, Freddie; has made
it his home for around two decades.
(Photo: Felipr Major/Tribune staff

Mitchell: report MP's House statements relating


on US Customs
officers 'untrue'
FOREIGN Affairs Minister
Fred Mitchell, in an impromptu
press briefing, addressed pub-
lished comments that the
Bahamas had refused to let U.S.
Customs officials help to screen
containers destined for the Unit-
ed States at the Freeport Con-
tainer Port.
This accusation is entirely
untrue, said Minister Mitchell.
"In connection with one aspect
of this project, the question of
U.S. Customs officials being
involved did not arise. That is
the part which has to do with
Hutchison Whampoa Ltd," he
said.
According to published reports,
Hutchison Whampoa Ltd, a
Hong Kong conglomerate, is in
the final stages of being awarded
a no-bid, $6 million contract for
screening at the Freeport Con-
tainer Terminal in the Bahamas,
just 65 miles from the American
shoreline.
The Minister said that the
Bahamas agreed to participate in
SEE page 10


to Tribune article expunged
* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr were being allowed to join the
Chief Reporter police force, and references in an
INSIGHT article to an alleged
AN OPPOSITION MP's state- Haitian visa scandal.
ments in the House of Assembly The heated exchange over The
yesterday relating to an article by Tribune's controversial INSIGHT
The Tribune's managing editor section proved to be a lively
John Marquis were ordered to be respite from the otherwise pedes-
expunged by the Speaker.' trian debate and passing of the
The statements related to com- Consumer Protection Bill.
ments made by High Rock MP
Kenneth Russell earlier-this SEE page 10
month suggesting that criminals

NHI plan project manager hits back
at claims by brokers association
THE project manager of the proposed National Health Insurance
Plan has hit back at the Bahamas Insurance Brokers Association sug-
gesting that its criticisms of the plan might be the result of "self-inter-
est".
A two-page letter issued yesterday by Stanley Lalta reviewed the con-
cerns expressed by the association and answered the alternatives it sug-
gested.
It also called BIBA's statements on the plan "a mix of contradiction,
confusion, misplaced fears or self-interest".
BIBA's concerns were expressed in two articles which appeared in
the local news and business section of this daily on March 16.
SEE page 10


The Chipmans
call on govt to
allow them to
reclaim land
A WELL-KNOWN Bahami-
an family of entertainers the
Chipmans took to West Bay
Street yesterday calling on gov-
ernment to make good on
promises that would allow them
to reclaim acres of land once
owned by their late grandfather.
In an interview with The Tri-
bune, Mitzi Chipman said that
"everytime someone comes in
around election time, they say
that they are going to give us
the land, bit everyone has tak-
en from us, now it's time for a
change."
"We have been humble with
the government just hoping
they would have done some-
thing, but now, for over 30 years
nobody has done nothing. It's
time for a change. It is a new
generation and we are going to
speak up and we are not gonna
stop," she continued.
In a letter addressed to Prime
Minister Perry Christie, Ms
Chipman writes: "As a matter
of technical law, the Chipmans
SEE page two

Call for training
for police officers
following shooting
death of young man
* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
A LAWYER has called for
across-the-board training for all
police officers following the
shooting death of a young
Pinewood resident by a police
officer on Monday.
Paul Moss said officers can-
not be allowed to act inappro-
priately to the detriment of the
public or to wantonly fire their
weapons.
He said yesterday that that
while there appears to be a cul-
ture of anger in the country,
police officers need to be
trained to be the ones to bring
an aura of cool-headedness to
any situation.
Mr Moss' comments follow
criticism of the force after a run
in with officers left 20-year-old
Deron Bethel dead. Eyewit-
nesses and family members told
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FROM page one
have no basis to seek the
revocation of the escheat effect-
ed in 1965 unless they can prove
fraud in the time allowed by the
law." She pointed out that "we
desire no legal battle with the
Government but rather the
restoration of our dignity as
Chipmans and as human
beings."
The lands in dispute were
once the property of the late
Howard Nelson Chipman, a
white man who, out of wedlock,
fathered five children with a
black woman, Ms Ethlyn Tay-
lor.
The racial climate in the
Bahamas at the time, however,
made it "taboo" to acknowl-
edge or "own" a child born to a
black woman.
After Mr. Chipman's death
in 1951, the property was willed
to another illegitimate daugh-
ter, Shelia Guston nee Chip-
man, a white woman. In 1962,
Mrs. Guston died without leav-
ing a will, and although her hus-
band was sole heir to her estate,
the lands were escheated to the
Crown in 1965.
Mr. Hubert Chipman, son of
the elder Chipman, said that in
1963, after Mrs. Guston's death,
it was said that there were no
"living" Chipmans.
Pointing to a dilapidated
mansion set back in the bushes
on the corner of Dunmore
Avenue and West Bay Street,
Mr Chipman remembered: "I
used to live in that house.
When daddy died in 1951, he
said don't worry about the will,
you are on it. Now what hap-
pened to the will, I don't know.
I can go into details, but I won't.
But something went wrong."
A copy of a 1965 Supreme
Court probate document gave
claimants to Mrs Guston's prop-
erty three months to contest
"the right of the Crown to
escheat" the land.
As a black family, the Chip-
mans knew that without a will,
the UBP government at the
time would not have allowed
them to take possession of such
valuable land.
At the time of his death, H.
N. Chipman owned 20 acres of
land between Yellow Wood


* THE dilapidated mansion which the Chipmans hope to reclaim


Creek and Winding Bay in
Cherokee Sound, Abaco, 13
acres of land plus a separate
parcel of land in Gambier, and
over 13 acres of land at the
junction of Chippingham and
West Bay Street, the site of yes-
terday's protest.
Another of the Chipman
women, Darnell, said that at
one point when her grand-
mother came forward with the
children, the PLP government
of 1967 acknowledged them and
issued them a small parcel of
land in Gambier.
Now the family, who has rep-
resented the Bahamian culture


to the world for decades, feel
that it is time for government, as
a moral imperative, to correct
social injustices of the country's
colonial past.
"It is a disgrace what they did
to us," said an emotional Mitzi
Chipman.
When asked why she was
becoming so emotional, Ms
Chipman tearfully responded,
"Every land I own I had to buy,
and why should I buy it when
my grandfather owns acres of
land and we cannot get it back?
It's a disgrace."
"This is the only thing I am
passionate about right now,"


she continued. "We need the property on the corner of
Bahamian people to stand with West Bay and Chippingham
us and what we are doing." as the future home of the
After composing herself, Ms Ministry of Finance. But as
Chipman finished her state- lifetime entertainers, they feel
ment: "This land is not in no that the land would be the
one else's name, but Chipiman. perfect location for a world
If you cut me you are going to class cultural centre.
find my grandfather's DNA in Another member of the
my blood. This is recorded in Chipman family, Dr Rhonda
the Chipman name, not the gov- Chipman-Johnson, has also
eriment. We need it back." made news recently as one of
The Chipmans said that gov- two Bahamian educators
ernment gave portions of the being passed over for the
property once owned by their presidential post at the Col-
grandfather to the Golden lege of the Bahamas.
Girls, and now they believed The message on flyers being
government is considering the given out to passing motorists
pride and dignity at C.O.B"
refers to that particular
Suspect of the Chipman fami-
ly's past.
Darnell Chipman makes it
clear that this land issue is
most pressing for them. She
said that the only thing her
family wants is closure. "All
your life you grow up strug-
gling just to even purchase a
small piece of property, but
yet everyone can be telling
you 'you know your grandfa-
ther own all of that.' I do not
want my children and grand-
/ children growing up hearing
the same things All we want is
closure," she said.
The Chipmans promise to
continue their demonstration
t until government, PLP or
FNM, does what is morally
right to correct this old injus-
tice.


0 In brief

Pair are

accused of
growing

marijuana
TWO Cat Island men were
arraigned in court in conriec-
tion with the discovery of a drug
field on that island.
Dudley Alexander Charlton;'
36 and Philip Edward Dean, 44
both of Arthur's Town,,
appeared to answer charges of
cultivation of dangerous drugs
as well as possession of danger-,
ous drugs with.the intent to sup-
ply.
It was alleged that on Satut-
day, March 25 the two men,,
being concerned together, were
found cultivating marijuana and
also found in possession of i.
quantity of the drug .Ilth tbhei
intent to supply.
The men pleaded not guilty
to the charges and have beer,
remanded to prison until A pri
3, when they are to appear fort
bail hearing.

Graduates
wanted for
Tribune
supplement
THE Tribune will be publish-
ing its annual Back-to-School
supplement in August and we
would like to feature as many
graduating seniors as possible.
who will he attending collegeuni'
versity both here and abroad.
We are currently working fo.
compile a list of graduates ana
are inviting members of the
public to submit information oil
graduating seniors.
Along with a recent. pass-
port-size photograph, parent'
and/or students should subrdil'
the following:
S Name of student
a Age
Name of current school
a Number of examinations
taken/passed
SHonours
Elt dra ricffti :/ct-..ll les
Name of collegolunier'itv
ihe student-e'pects to attend
Title of degree being sought'
What they plan to do once
they graduate
The information should be
submitted to The Tribtino bn
Shirley and Deveaux Streets;,
no later than April 28, 2006.
Persons ma' also'mail the infor-
mation to:
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Back-To-School Supplement
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Box N-3207
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Jamaican

alleged to

have fake

US currency

POLICE have arrested a 30-
year-old Jamaican woman in
connection with the confisca-
tion of $10,000 in fake US cur-
rency.
According to police press liai-
son officer Walter Evans, some-
time around 8pm on Tuesday
night, officers from the Cable
Beach police station, acting on
information, arrested the
woman at a hotel on the Cable
Beach strip.
The officers allege that they
found her in possession of
$10,200 in fake US $100 bills.
Most of the bills reportedly had
the same serial number.

Eight are
arrested in
sweep of New
Providence

EIGHT suspected illegal
immigrants were arrested on
Tuesday in a New Providence-
wide sweep, police report.
Those detained included five
Haitian men, two Haitian
women and one Jamaican
woman.

Three in

court on

marijuana

charges

* By NATARIO MCKENZIE

TWO Bahamians and one
Jamaican were arraigned in
court yesterday in connection
with the discovery of more than
$1 million worth of marijuana
on Long Island earlier this week.
Omar Ricardo Robinson, 28
of Jamaica; Bartholomew
Arlington Pinder, 27 of Sandy
Point, Abaco; and Sarah Hen-
field, 22, of Roses, Long Island
were arraigned before Magis-
trate Carolita BethpL yesterday
on charges of conspiracy to pos-
sess dangerous drugs and con,
spiracy to import dangerous
drugs.
Robinson and Pinder were
also arraigned on a separate
charges of possession of dan-
gerous drugs with the intent to
supply and importation of dan-
gerous drugs.
SAccording to the prosecution,
the drugs had a total weight of
1,353 pounds and a street value
of $1,353,000.
SBoth Bahamians pleaded not
guilty to the charges. Robinson
initially pleaded guilty with an
explanation. When questioned
by the magistrate however,
Robinson denied that he had in
fact conspired to import and
possess the drugs.
Magistrate Bethel said that
his plea of guilty was not
unequivocal and changed it to
not guilty.
All three individuals have
been remanded into custody
until April 5, when a bail hear-
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Sick girl gets her Bahamas dream


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter

LESLIE Williams' dream to
visit the Bahamas with her
family came true this week,
thanks to the Make-A-Wish
Foundation and the efforts of
her very own "Bahamian fairy
godfather" Sam Williams.


Born with a congenital heart
defect, 12-year-old Leslie's
wish for a fun, relaxing week in
the sun was granted by the
non-profit organisation which
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nally ill children and those with
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Williams at Festival Place


Nathan, sister Katie and par-
ents Lori and Bill arrived on
Monday.
As if the week's vacation
was not enough, a routine taxi
ride turned into a day full of
surprises thanks to the efforts
of a local driver.
Sam Williams (no relation
to the Williams family) is not
only a taxi driver, but is also
the president of the Bahamas
Loving Care foundation. He
is no stranger to the Make-A-
Wish foundation, having assist-
ed several other young chil-
dren in the past.
When the Williams get into
his, taxi quite coincidentally
and informed him of the pur-
pose of their visit, he sprung
into action, taking them on a
tour of the island, arranging a
trip to Atlantis to feed the
stingrays and a visit to Senor
Frogs.
He also went a step further,
.,i.,ng vendors from Festival
place and the straw market to
donate souvenirs, including a
Harl Taylor Bag, a Bahamas
handbook and a CD of singing
by Bahamian children.
"They all responded with
open hands," said Mr Williams
of the vendors who donated
so generously.
Mr Williams said it is hoped


that the government would cre-
ate a garden where persons
whose dream it is to visit this
island can plant trees and flow-
ers of hope in their honour.
Leslie said she had a fabulous
time in the Bahamas. She said
she chose to come here because
her family had always talked
about a vacation in the
Bahamas, but never actually
taken one.
Her mother said that the trip
was a wonderful experience for
her family. She said the family
had a cram-filled week, but just


ensured that they allowed time
for Leslie to rest when she got
tired.
Mr Williams, who is a nurse,
explained that Leslie has had
six heart surgeries including
the installation of a pacemaker
in the past and will require an
additional surgery, which they
hope will make the difference
and lead her on the road to a
full recovery.
However, this week the fam-
ily was able to just relax and
enjoy some Bahamian hospital-
ity.


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter

FREEPORT A defence
witness in the Troy Rolle
murder retrial testified in the
Supreme Court on Wednes-
day that another man shot
Everett "Bird" Allen at the
Oceanview Club at Eight
Mile Rock four years ago.
Ruthamae Martin told
jurors that she was a patron
at the club on February 8,
2002 when a "drug dealer"
named "Sean" pulled out a
gun and shot Allen during
an altercation inside the club.
She said that the accused
was among five or six men
who were with Sean at the
club the night of the shooting.
Rolle, 25, is on trial for
Allen's murder. According
to Ms Martin, she and her
daughter, Natanya, had gone
to the club sometime around
10pm along with her nephew
to celebrate his birthday.
She said "Bird"'told her
daughter to go inside the
club and get him a beer. She
said they went inside the club
and stood at the door.
Shortly afterwards, she said,
Bird came in and went to the
bar to purchase a Heineken.
Ms Martin said she also went
to the bar for a drink.
She said after "Bird" got
his beer, he accidentally
stepped on Sean's "tennis".
Sean was a "little drug deal-
er" she told the court.
Mr Martin said Allen apol-
ogised to Sean.
"As Bird was walking to


the door Sean hit Bird in the
back of the neck" said Ms Mar-
tin, who became very emotional.
She said Bird told Sean again
that he was sorry, but Sean
started poking Bird in the chest
several times.
Bird retaliated and struck
Sean with the beer bottle on side
of the face, breaking the bottle.
Ms Martin told the Court that
Sean reached for a gun in his
waist and shot Bird under the
arm. She said five or six Sean's
boys starting beating on Allen.
She said.that outside the club,
she assisted Bird to.a van,
where he. collapsed to the
ground. Ms. Martin said a
woman tried to revive Bird by
performing CPR, but blood was
coming from his mouth.
Ms Martin said that several
days after the shooting, she saw
two different men on TV being
charged with Bird's murder.
She said she called the Eight


Mile Rock Police Station and
told an officer that the men on
TV were not the persons who
shot Bird, but the officer told her
that they had enough evidence.
Sean was known as "the
chief" and arrived at the club
dressed in white, she said.
She said Rolle was among
them. "They were making a
pathway for him like he was the
prime minister when he came
in to. the club," she recalled.
She said after the shooting
Sean and three other men
jumped into a white vehicle and
left the scene.
. Rolle went on the stand said
he could nbt recall what hap-
pened at the club on the night
of February 8.
He denied shooting Allen and
refuted the testimony of prose-
cution witness Jimmy Levy, who
testified seeing Rolle with a gun
at his house after the shooting.
The trial continues on Thursday.


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EDITOR, The Tribune
I was absolutely and incredi-
bly flabbergasted at the remarks
by Minister Mitchell concern-
ing the growth of the Commu-
nist Chinese economy.
Mr Mitchell said "that every-
one knows that China will be
the leading economic entity in
the next 10 to 15 years".
I just read a report prepared
by the noted management con-
sulting firm Pricewaterhousec-
oopers which predicts that Chi-
na's economy will double from
its present 2 trillion to 4 trillion
by 2050.
So Mr Mitchell is quoting that
apparently the US economy will
sink from its present 12 trillion
to below 4 trillion. That is inter-


testing and so ridiculous. I placed
a call to my undergraduate
school's economics department
and discussed at length with a
member of Dr.Thomas Sowell's
staff this economics quote from
Mr. Mitchell. It was conveyed to
me from the staff economist
that this quote from Mr
Mitchell was utterly ridiculous
and demonstrated a gross mis-
understanding by Mr Mitchell
of how the US economy is
diversified and balanced.
All Bahamians know and
understand that when the US


catches a cold the Bahamas
may well have double pneu-
monia. I do not have to remind
you of the post September 11
environment and how we all
suffered. So for Foreign Affairs
Minister Mitchell to make such
a careless and insensitive
remark that the US economy
is going to nosedive by some
67 per cent and its effect of how
it might impact the Bahamian
people, shows a crass and
uncaring attitude towards the
people he serves.
Mr Mitchell, please tell me:
Who is "everyone" that you
quoted?
JIM MOORE
Ft Lauderdale, Florida
March 26 2006


should be on par with other
institutions in the region such
as the University of the West
Indies, St Georges University
in Grenada, and the University
of Guyana. We can expect no
less!
Thus, "it goes without say-
ing," that a very well qualified
individual nust be at the helm
at the College of the Bahamas
as it makes the transition to
become the university of the
Bahamas.
Such being the case, it is sub-
mitted that the best person to
serve in this capacity is none
other than one currently serving
as acting president Dr Rhon-
da Chipman-Johnson. A
Bahamian with impeccable aca-
demic qualifications, who has
already given many years of
dedicated service as COB, one
who has benefited from the
leadership of veteran Bahamian
educator, Dr Keva Bethel, Pres-
ident Emeritus of COB, there
can be no doubt that Dr Chip-
man-Johnson is well qualified
to lead the COB from college to
university status.
The writer, who has served
at secondary institutions,
including Queen's College and


St John's College, tertiary insti-
tutions, including the Univer-
sity College of the West Indies,
Jamaica and Templeton The-
ological College and is now
serving as Acting Chairman of
the Board of St Paul's
Methodist College and a part
time lecturer at The Northern
Campus of the COB); there-
fore, is in full agreement with
the talk show host Darold
Miller in advocating that Dr
Rhonda Chipman-Johnson be
appointed president of the Col-
lege of the Bahamas.
Did I say "appoint"?
Is it really necessary to
"appoint" her to the post? She
is already acting and has been
doing so very well, ever since
the resignation of Dr Rodney
Smith.
All that is necessary then is
for this most competent
Bahamian educator to be con-
firmed as president of the Col-
lege of the Bahamas!
Chipman-Johnson for presi-
dent!
REV DR J EMMETTE
WEIR, JP, PhD
Freeport, Grand Bahama
March 22 2006


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EDITOR, The Tribune
THERE can be not a shadow
of a doubt that the present pro-
tracted process of appointing a
president of The College of The
Bahamas is doing no good to
the learning institution of Ter-
tiary Education in this country.
Indeed, no educational estab-
lishment whether at primary,
secondary or tertiary level, can
survive for very long without
the vision, authority and drive
of a good leader.
For, just as no ship can effi-
ciently reach its destination
without a competent captain
firmly in control, so no tertiary
institution of education can
realise its potential without a
well qualified, experienced pres-
ident taking the lead.
Now the college of the
Bahamas has arrived at a crucial
juncture in its historical devel-'
opment as the premier institu-
tion of tertiary education in the
Commonwealth of The
Bahamas.
Yes, after 30 years as a col-
lege it is now poised to become
the University of The Bahamas.
No doubt the goal is that it
should become a fully accredit-
ed, highly respected, institution
of tertiary education, staffed by
highly qualified professors,
capable of providing training
for and awarding degrees and
diplomas which would be uni-
versally recognized. As such it


Confirm Chipman-Johnson


as new president of COB


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LOA ES


o In brief


Ambassador
considers
Andros
seafood link

THE export of seafood from
Andros to China is a business
opportunity that should be
examined according to Chinese
Ambassador Li Yuaming.
Ambassador Li pointed out
that countries like Canada have
already established large marine
produce export operations to
take advantage of the Chinese
love of seafood.
Speaking at a town meeting
on March 18 at the Nicholl's
Town Police Station, he said
that some businessmen aind
farmers in Andros are already
exploring the idea of establish-
ing land crab packaging facilities
and fish farms with help from
Chinese textile factories.
Ambassador Li said Andros
is particularly marketable to
China, because of the warm
hospitality of its people and its
abundance of resources, such
as fresh water, farming and
handcrafts.
"Bilateral trade between Chi-
na and the Bahamas has grown
significantly last year to $120
million US dollars, which is a
great achievement for both
countries," Ambassador Li said.
He pointed out that Chinese
businessmen have invested bil-
lions in the economy in Grand
Bahama.
"Global migration encour-
ages us to build one village in
peace and prosperity, as a result
China is encouraged to do busi-
ness with the outside world,"
said Ambassador Li.
"In 2005 China had some 31
million people travelling abroad
as tourists," he added, "and by
2006, with proper promotions,
the Bahamas is likely to receive
a considerable number of Chi-
nese tourists in 2006."


Suspected
illegal
imirnigranfts,: .
are arrested

PC)L II. E apprehended three
suspected illegal Haitian immi-
grants at the Bimini Yacht Club
on Friday.
According to Superintendent
of Police 'Bail Rahming, acting
on a tip sometime around 3pm,
police went to the yacht club,
where they discovered three
Haitian mten hiding in a laun-
dry room.
The men Paul Patrick, 30,
Carnot Pierre, 31, and Agenor
Beky, 26 were arrested after
they could not produce any
immigration documents.
They were flotv n to Nassau
and are being. held at the
Carmichael Road Detention':
Center for processing.

TROPICAL


Authorities 'closing




in' on smugglers in




New Providence


US and Bahamas authori-
ties say they have several new
leads and are closing in on the
human smugglers operating in
New Providence. -
An operation was conducted
over the weekend by the Joint
Anti Smuggling Unit (JASU)
at four New Providence air-
ports in an effort to stop
human smuggling activities.
"During the weekend oper-
ation, the team questioned 50
suspected illegal migrants and
developed several leads into
identifying those involved with
facilitation of the criminal
activity," said a statement
issued by the US Embassy.


It said the JASU team is set
to extend its operations to oth-
er parts of the island and to
other locations throughout the
Bahamas.
Led by the investigative unit
of the Bahamas Immigration
Department, the operation,
known as "Full Court Press"
included a multi-agency team
of Royal Bahamas Defence
Force and Police officers, as
well as Customs officers and
US Department of Homeland
Security personnel.
Last week, key principals of
each of the law enforcement
agencies met to discuss expan-
sion of the JASU team,


resources and capabilities.
Lieutenant Commander
Terry Johns, Coast Guard liai-
son for the Bahamas
explained: "The JASU team
has had several years of out-
standing successes similar to
the Full Court Press operation
over the weekend.
"Since inception, the team
has assisted the Bahamas in
the arrest of over 37 smugglers,
seizure of 16 vessels, seizure
of 186 Kilos of Cocaine and
$166,000 cash, and interdiction
of over 200 migrants.
"With greater commitment
and resources from both our
nations, JASU hopes to mir-


ror the success of Operations
Bahamas and Turks and Caicos
(OPBAT) and significantly
deter smugglers from making
the Bahamas an easy host for
this type of activity," he said.
Chief Officer Dwight Bene-
by, lead Immigration officer for
JASU asked anyone with infor-
mation on human smuggling to
contact JASU at the office of
Immigration at (242) 502-0535
or (242) 322-3884.


* By PAUL TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
MINISTER of Health Dr
BJ Nottage was so enthusias-
tic about the opening of the
16th Annual National Drug
Council Exhibition at the Mall
at Marathon yesterday that he
literally broke into song.
After giving a pointed
address on the importance for
youths to steer clear of drugs,
Dr Nottage jumped down off
of the platform and joined in
on the rap/dance session by
Word on the Street, a group
from the Grace Gospel Com-
munity Church.
Dr Nottage thrilled the
crowd, which consisted pri-
marily of primary and high
school students, but soon
included a number of curious
onlookers, with his impressive
stage presence and "on time"
movements.
However, during his
address Dr Nottage took a
more serious note, warning
the students about the nega-
tive effects of drugs, particu-
larly marijuana, and the result-
ing effects on users.
"Parents, students, the facts
clearly show that marijuana is
a serious and dangerous drug
and should not be taken light-
ly. This drug, which is stored
in the fatty tissues of the brain,
breast, and sexual organs, can
stay in the body up to 30 days.
It takes away one's concen-
tration, diminishes one's
capacity for learning and
reduces one's sexual drive.
"Marijuana also increases
your heart rate, lowers blood
pressure and limits control of
movement.
"It moved from being the
ninth leading cause of admis-
sion to Sandilands between
July and December 2004, to
the fifth cause of admission
for the same period in 2005,"


he said.
Dr Nottage said a concerted
effort is needed from youth
leaders, teachers, and parents
to educate the next genera-
tion on the "real truths" about
drugs.
"Our young people are
bombarded daily by songs like
Jigzy King's 'give me the weed,
the good ganja weed', or Jah
Cure's 'I'm a ganja farmer, call
me the ganja planter. Deep
down in de earth where me put
me ganja, Babylon come and'
light it on fire'.
"We need to be equally per-
sistent in giving them the real
truths about the dangers of this
drug in an effort to safeguard
them and our communities.


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MARCH 30
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MOT representatives

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MINISTRY of Tourism representatives attended the Seatrade
S'_ 2006 cruise shipping convention and trade show in Miami Beach
as part of the government's efforts to attract small cruise busi-
K ,nesses to the Bahamas.
Seatrade is the world's largest cruise industry trade show and
: 4'. a meeting place for cruise line visitors and cruise line suppliers.
There were 950 exhibiting companies at the show and more
S-than 100 countries were represented.
S"Our focus at Seatrade 2006 was on small luxury cruise lines,
which have a smaller passenger capacity but the average cabin
.- cost is $400 per night," explained Carla Stuart, Carla Stuart,
Director of cruise development at the Ministry of Tourism.
The small luxury cruise lines are a fast growing segment of the
industry which includes around 40 brands and accounts for $6 bil-
lion of a global cruise market that generates $20 billion in sales
annually.



Invitation to fun walk


ATLANTIC Medical Insur-
ance Company is expecting the
largest turnout ever at this
year's fun/run/walk, which is
being held to emphasise the
importance of healthy living.
The company said in a state-
ment that it expects 2,500 per-
sons to attend the event, which
is being co-organised by Weight
Watchers Bahamas.
The Bahamas Diabetic Asso-
ciation and the Bahamas Can-
cer Society will again join in the
fun and, like every other year,
all proceeds will be donated to
these two organizations.
According to Darren Bast-


ian, senior account executive at
Atlantic Medical, the main
objective of the walk is to
encourage and create an
increased awareness of the
importance of healthy living.
"In our business, we often see
a number of lifestyle diseases
that can sometimes be avoided
or controlled through proper
diet and exercise," he said. "It is
our hope that this event encour-
ages the public at large to 'walk
the walk' when it comes to liv-
ing healthy".
Last year, the walk attracted
around 2,000 participants and
raised $40,000.


This year, Thompson Trad-
ing, Snack Foods and Island
Wholesales will be among the
many partners joining in with
the insurance company to sup-
port the statement that 'healthy
is the way to go'.
The popular annual fun walk
will take place on Saturday,
April 8 at 6.30am.
The walk will begin at Mon-
tagu Beach, travel west on
Shirley Street, north on to
Church Street and over the new
Paradise Island Bridge.
The walk will then cross back
over to New Providence and
proceed to East Street, from
where it will turn east and con-
tinue back to Montagu.
Bradley Cooper, president of
the Bahamas Diabetic Associa-
tion, said that he "feels great"
about the event and is looking


forward to taking part for the
third year in a row.
Philip Moss, winner of the
walk for seven consecutive years
said that he loves the event.
Participants will be eligible
to win prizes such as Weight
Watchers passes, round trip
tickets for two to New York on
Jet Blue Airlines, Razr Tele-
phones from BTC, a lifetime
membership to Bally's Gym,
$30 worth of gasoline from Esso
and free gym passes at Better
Bodies.
All participants will receive
a free T-shirt and an Atlantic
Medical waist pack.
Fruit, water and healthy
snacks will also be available on
the morning of the walk.
Age categories for the event
include: under 15, 16-25, 26-35,
36-45 and 46-59.


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SIn brief

New date

for Grand

Bahama

car show

THE New Car Federation
of Grand Bahama announced
today that their annual auto
show has been rescheduled to
May 6.
The show was originally
scheduled to take place on
April 1.
"We have had great par-
ticipation sign-up, but due to
Grand Bahama's many events
we, the dealers, made a deci-
sions to postpone to May,"
said Karl Martin, Quality
Auto administrator.
Organisers said this year's
show will again feature the
newest lines of vehicles from
two of Grand Bahama's
largest car sales companies,
Freeport Jet Wash and Qual-
ity Auto.
Both companies will show-
case the 2006 lines of several
brands.
Not participating this year is
Holiday Auto, which has been
affected by late vehicle ship-
ments of Volkswagen and
Skoda vehicles due to high
.consumer demand ir the US.
The company will however
have a presence at the event
and will showcase its lines in
late May.


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Faculty urged to rethink Hodder


FACULTY at the College of
the Bahamas are being asked
to think again about their oppo-
sition to Janyne Hodder as a
presidential candidate.
Copies of her resume, togeth-
er with an in-depth interview
containing her views on
research and university-gov-
ernment relations, have been
sent to staff asking them to vote
on whether she should be con-
sidered for the job.
The move apparently follows
several days of anguish among
some lecturers following Ms
Hodder's decision to withdraw
from the presidential race.
Ms Hodder, vice-principal of
McGill University in Canada,
was subjected to a faculty walk-
out and student protests when
the college council introduced
her as a possible president last
week.
They said protocol had not
been followed and that she did
not possess a PhD degree,
regarded by COB as essential
for the presidency. College
council chairman Mr Franklyn
Wilson was, in turn, accused of
arrogance and high-handedness
in allegedly trying to foist Ms
Hodder upon them.
Eventually, mother-of-two
Ms Hodder a former teacher
at Queen's College and a keen
community worker during her
14 years in the Bahamas said
she could not consider the post
without full faculty support.
Council members have since
then reportedly been seeking
to woo her back a claim
denied by Mr Wilson, who
merely confirmed that all
options were on the table.
Yesterday, the row over Ms
Hodder entered a new phase
when Dr Ian Strachan, a promi-
nent member of the COB fac-
ulty, circulated a detailed inter-
view with Ms Hodder revealing
her personal philosophy on var-
ious educational matters.
It was conducted when she
was head of the respected Bish-
op's University in Quebec and
dealt primarily with research
issues and university-govern-
ment relations. It appeared in
the Policy Options magazine
five years ago.
In a note to COB lecturers
and staff, Dr Strachan urges
them to read the interview "and
'decide for yourself if this indi-
vidual ought to be considered
along with the others who have
applied for the job."
And he adds: "Let's not win
the battle against Franky (Wil-
son) and lose the war for a bet-
ter institution. Let's at least give
this a chance."


In the interview, Ms Hodder stresses
the importance of recruiting the right
students, and retaining good faculty. She
also outlines difficulties faced by small
liberal arts institutions competing with
bigger universities, especially relating to
research and funding.
Even more significantly, she talks of
her experience as assistant deputy min-
ister in Quebec's Ministry of Education,
offering what the magazine terms "a
unique perspective on how universities
can improve their relationships with gov-
ernments."
It is understood that some lecturers
now feel, on reflection, that Ms Hodder
possesses exactly the right credentials
for an institution like COB, particularly
with regard to funding and college
autonomy.
Earlier this week, a college source said


there was still a 50-50 chance that Ms
Hodder would be lured back to COB.
But, the source added, even if she took
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W ITH the next gener-
al election only
months away, one can expect
truth from the government to
be at a premium, especially if
that truth is unflattering to itself.
For example, what is the truth
about what US Secretary of
State, Dr Condoleezza Rice,
said about the Bahamas' han-
dling or "resolve" of the Cuban
dentists' dilemma?
The answer is, we don't
know. We don't know because,
notwithstanding Dr Rice's per-
sonal statements to the press,
we never heard from her direct-
ly anything about the matter.
Rather, we are told by Prime
Minister Perry Christie that the
Secretary of State, during her
closed-door meeting with him,
"thanked the Bahamas for how
it resolved" the matter.
This writer has high regard
for the intellectual ability of
Secretary Rice and is keenly
aware that she is a stickler for
preparation.
Secretary Rice does not suffer
missteps easily and, despite the
fact that she was coming to Nas-
sau primarily for CARICOM
talks, no doubt she was thor-
oughly briefed about the
Bahamas and the current issues
in the country impacting upon
US-Bahamas relations.
She had to know that the
affair involving the Cuban den-
tists was a highly charged polit-
ical issue and that it would have
been important and helpful to
Mr Christie's government to
have her say something positive
regarding the matter.


STRAIGHT UP TALK


Z H I VA R G

If, then, it was her intention
.to make a statement to put a
positive spin on the issue to be
helpful to Mr Christie's gov-
ernment, with whom we are
told her government has good
relations, she would have done
.so and done so at the most pub-
lic moment. She did not.
Instead, we have no record
of any such thing happening.
No reporter quoted directly
from the Secretary that her gov-
ernment was happy about the
handling of the situation; rather,
they quoted the prime minister.
I searched the US Depart-
ment of State's website for
information regarding her trip
to the Bahamas and could not
find one reference to the US'
positive view toward the han-
dling of the Cuban dentists
issue.
The site carried in full the
questioning by reporters dur-
ing a briefing the Secretary held
with Minister Mitchell and Min-
ister Nimrod. Four questions
were asked and none of those
questions or the Secretary's
answers spoke to the Cuban
issue.

o we are left to accept
the PM's word regard-
ing the US' feelings toward the
handling of the issue. One is


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wont to doubt the PM's truth-
fulness or accuracy in this
instance but it would have been
helpful to have had non-biased
corroboration in support of his
claim.
It is not unthinkable that the
US was pleased about the way
the Cuban affair was ultimately
"resolved". After all, they got
the duly-documented Cubans
to the satisfaction of the US
politicians to whom the Cuban-
American vote is important;
and the White House did not
have to throw down the gaunt-
let on a traditionally friendly
neighboring state with which it
has shared peaceful relations
for time immemorial and which
relies so heavily on its good
graces in almost every area of
life.
While the US might have
been pleased with the eventual
resolution of the issue, it had to
be and was furious about how
the matter was handled.
Indeed, it is still concerned
about how the matter was han-
dled. PM Christie and Minister
Mitchell can put the most posi-
tive spin they want on what Sec-
retary Rice did and did not say,
the fact of the matter is, this
Cuban issue has damaged US-
Bahamas relations and that is
probably why we did not hear
directly from the Secretary her-
self how the US felt about the
matter.
It was a matter of diplomatic
politeness that silence reigned
supreme as opposed to a public
expression of commendation oI
condemnation. This issue had
many twisting and winding
turns and in due course some
of them will be revealed.
But suffice to say for now
that in the matter many gov-
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their hands and their perfor-
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way we did business at home,
to restore the country's image,
name and visibility abroad.
The result was widespread
commendation from the inter-
national media, improved rela-
tions with the US government,
an unprecedented inflow of for-
eign investment and a sense of
renewed pride on the part of
the Bahamian people.
High visibility has been a fea-
ture of Bahamian life from the
time Sir Stafford Sands and oth-
ers decided that these once
sleepy isles should be an inter-
national tourist and financial
services centre.
The proof of our success at
this is that, no matter where you
go in the world, and it has been
my fortune to have travelled to
some 21 countries now, people
know The Bahamas and desire
very mugcTil t t. To choose
visibility as a' foreign policy
objective is to har\ est field of
ready made crops.


PEACE IS THE ULTIMATE
OBJECTIVE OF
FOREIGN POLICY

The ultimate aim of for-
eign policy is not "visi-
bility" but peace. Peace is
important because it promotes
the pursuit of other noble aims,
such as health, safety, educa-
tion, neighbourly relations,
prosperity and faith, on both
the individual as well as com-
munal levels.
If it is true that foreign policy
is nothing more than domestic
policy spread abroad, then no


one will deny that the top pri-
ority of domestic policy is to
secure a common peace within
the national borders and that,
by extension, securing interna-
tional peace is the .top priority
of foreign policy.
Of all the forms of govern-
ments practised by the peoples
of the world throughout the
course of human history,
democracy has shown itself to
be the most potent at facilitating
and promoting peace, both
within and among states.
Democracy provides the
greatest opportunity for justice
to flourish, which is so necessary
for a people to believe in the
common protection of their
interest within the state, and not
have to resort to the chaos of
meting out their own justice.
Democracy provides for the
greatest opportunity for a people
to examine the operations of the
state and to comment upon or
act to address defects in those


Ministry of Tourism and mul-
tiple millions more through pri-
vate industry trying to ensure
that such is the case.
Indeed, there was a time
when our country's high visibil-
ity was a liability, as allegations
of corruption in government
and a culture of drug trafficking
in the 1980s resulted in inter-
national headlines branding us
"A Nation for Sale".
It would take considerable
effort on the part of the Ingra-
ham administration travelling
the globe on foreign investment
missions, attending diplomatic
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democracy is a friend of peace.
This said, it would seem logi-
cal that governments interest-
ed in promoting peace would
also be interested in promoting
democracy, both within their
nations as well as within the
international community.
In keeping with this, there-
fore, governments would be
more inclined to befriend
nations that share its democra-
tic values than those that do not,
especially where there may be a
trade-off between the two.

Our foreign policy
today of visibility
seems to be curiously confus-
ing our relationships with tra-
ditional allies, most especially
the US, and our relationship
with non-traditional associates,
namely, Cuba.
Cuba is a neighbour of the
Bahamas and Bahamians are
travelling there in great num-
bers. Cubans also view the
Bahamas as a transit point to
the US. These realities mean
that we must continuously
maintain appropriate relations
with that country.
They do not mean, however,
that our handling of those rela-
tions should prove offensive to
our allies. Indeed, it would be
the ultimate test of our diplo-
matic skills that we can pursue
both with the least damage to
ourselves.
I am hopeful that we can do
this but recent events have led
me to believe that we may
require greater competence in
this regard. It takes great skills
to maintain peace with neigh-
bours that share differing ide-
ologies but it does not take a
rocket scientist to know that
you are better off courting
peace with the neighbour that
shares your political values, and
in many instances your inter-
ests, than one that does not. We
shall see what we shall see.
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The first objection to Mr Brent
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NHI plan project manager

FROM page one

Mr Lalta's letter refuted BIBA's claims that the NHI scheme would
lead to falling premiums, profits, jobs and tax intake from insurers.
It stated that with the proposed NHI plan set to cover the major
health risks and payments, private insurers may in fact be in a "more
favourable position to offer more selective packages at lower costs".
The letter also stated that although the private health insurance
industry has played a key role in the expansion of private health care
and the acquisition of technology, the proposed NHI plan will in fact
"enhance and not deter the use of technology and quality care in the
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limiting clauses and rising annual premiums, why should the govern-
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would compare with the contribution rate proposed under the NHI plan
and the average premium charged by private insurers.
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of a mandatory NHI plan only for 'catastrophic' illness, the letter
stated that although this appears to be a reasonable option, the term
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High Rock MP Kenneth Russell.
He pointed out that Mr
Mitchell had promised the House
a full report on the matter of
visas.
While Mr Mitchell asserted
that he had already addressed
the issue, Mr Symonette said the
House deserved a "proper"
report and not the communica-
tion that the minister had deliv-
ered.
Nevertheless, Minister of Edu-
cation Alfred Sears said that,
regardless of Mr Symonette's
argument, he still should be
required to withdraw his state-
ment because not only did the
rule require him to adopt any
quotes from a newspaper article
-as his own words, but the rule
also stipulated that the quote
must be relevant to the debate
at hand. Mr Sears did not regard
the quotes to be relevant.
Mr Mitchell also said that the
statements in the article, and Mr
Symonette repeating them, sug-
gested that the government and
he, as minister, had something to
do with criminals joining the
police force and the sale of visas.
The minister also questioned
the integrity of the column, say-
ing it had a tendency to be filled
with exaggerated and fallacious
claims.
"Nothing that comes out of his
mouth, John Marquis, I would


believe," Mr Mitchell said.
The minister described Mr
Marquis's Insight column as
"trash" and said that it should be
"treated with contempt".
Rising on a point of order,
Prime Minister Perry Christie
said that when an allegation is
made against the police in such a
way that it underpins or affects
the way the police are viewed in
society, it requires an interven-
tion from the chair.
The chair, he said, must also
determine if the member mak-
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"slackness" on the leadership of
the government.
However, Mr Russell said that
he had already had a meeting
with the commissioner of police
and presented to the commis-
sioner the three instances to
which he had referred in the
House and "they knew exactly
what I meant."
Mr Symonette said that what
he would do to make "life very
easy" for all of them was to
"withdraw the whole lot," but in
so doing ask Minister Mitchell to
bring an independent report on
the visa issue not his Commu-
nication and the issue raised
by Mr Russell on the recruitment
of the police and have a proper
debate. "Bring them here," said
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Some 43 persons have been


invited to participate in the
semi-finals on May 5 at the
British Colonial Hilton, and
nine persons will advance to the
finals, which will be held at the
Dundas Centre for the Per-
forming Arts on Mackey Street.
The top three finishers
receive $5,000, $3,000 and
$1,500 scholarships respectively
to the college of their choice.
The nine finalists will receive
computers or printers and all
participants receive trophies
and certificates.


Chevron's brand marketing
specialist, Rhonda Lightbourne,
said that she is pleased with the
manner in which the event is
being executed each year. The
number of participants, both
from New Providence and the
Family Islands, continues to
increase, as does community
support, she said.
"Our vision is to be the glob-
al energy company most
admired for its people, partner-
ship, and performance, and as
we embraced this road safety
initiative, we have been able to
strengthen our brand through
our various partnerships.
"We understand how impor-
tant safety, and particularly
Road Safety, is to our business
and our future, and it is for that
reason that we remain commit-
ted to educating our clients and
the wider community about this
important issue," said Ms Light-
bourne.
Thanking the sponsors for
their involvement, Ms Light-
bourne stressed the importance
of partnership in addressing
national issues.
"Although the Texaco brand
in the Bahamas allocates signif-
icant funds for the annual host-
ing of this event, it has been our
various partners in the private
and public sectors whose assis-
tance and support over the past
four years, that.has ensured the
success of the speech contest,"
she said.


Bahamasair has provided dis-
counted airline tickets for the
family island participants, the
British Colonial Hilton has pro-
vided discounted rates on
accommodations and meals,
and the College of the Bahamas
has matched the scholarship
amounts for those persons who
have selected to attend COB.
"There are also private per-
sons who serve as coaches for
the participants, judges for the
semi-finals and finals, and oth-
ers whom I don't even know,
who work behind the scenes to
ensure the success of this event.
For this assistance we are most
appreciative," said Ms Light-
bourne.
She went on to stress the
importance of focusing safety
programmes on the Bahamas'
youth. "Over the past four years
the Texaco Speech Contest has
engaged over 100 young
Bahamians in doing research
on, and addressing the topic of
road safety. Our commitment
to the speech contest, and to
road safety, is based on our
belief that if we focus on our
young people, it will result in a
future generation of road users
who respect and obey the rules
of the road," she said.
Family Island participants for
the 2006 speech contest will
come from Abaco, Grand
Bahama, Andros, Eleuthera,
Cat Island, Exuma, Inagua,
Long Island and San Salvador.


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said before, this is a tremendous
property, and so far the design
is everything I envisioned it to
be. We are now in a position to
move forward with the next
phase of construction, and that
has us one step closer to the
grand reopening in December."
A number of additional alter-
ations will be made to enhance
the playability of South Ocean
Golf Club. Not only will the
course be lengthened, but fair-
ways and landing areas will be
more generous and bunkers will
be strategically placed. The prac-
tice area will also be relocated
and expanded, the statement said.
Hired by the South Ocean
Development Company, Greg
Norman Golf Course Design is


managing every aspect of the
project, from concept and
design to construction and
launch. "The result will be a
championship quality golf
course," the statement said.
The South Ocean Golf Club
will be part of a master plan
that will feature a new beach-
front hotel, marina, casino and
residential units.
"Greg's vision and personal
involvement in the project will
enable South Ocean to realise
its long-term goal of becoming
the premier, championship golf
course in the Bahamas, ensuring
all who play it a memorable,
world-class golf experience,"
said Gene Fraser, South Ocean
director.
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GOVERNMENT has taken
steps to bring clarity and trans-
parency to the "vexing" ques-
tion of Crown land acquisition,
Works Minister Bradley
Roberts said.
Speaking at a town meeting
at the High Rock All Age
School in Grand Bahama's East
End on Monday night, Mr
Roberts said that if Bahamians
are to maintain their identity as
a people, they must not sell all
the country's land to non-
Bahamians.
"Successive governments
have declared that position," he
said, "so that is not a political
issue on which we divide."
Mr Roberts' remarks came
as residents of communities in
east Grand Bahama told or and
gave proof of paying for Crown
land while registering com-
plaints of not ever being told
where it is located.
Residents of Pelican Point told
of applying and paying for land
seven or eight years ago. They
said that to date, they still do not
know where the land is even
though others are now clearing
plots and denying them access
to what they believe might be
the property in question.


"What we need is clarity as
to how Bahamians can access
Crown land. The government
has gotten a grant and has bor-
rowed money from the Inter-
American Development Bank
with which a programme will
be put in place," Mr Roberts
told residents.
He said there would be public
debate to discuss how the pro-
gramme should be structured,
and to ensure that the opinions
of "all persons of good will" are
heard before any final determi-
nations are made.
This, Mr Roberts said, will
put an end to Crown land being
used for "political football".
He continued: "One of the
most controversial subjects that
has gone on from the time man
has come into this world is over
the question of land. Millions
of people have lost their lives
fighting over the issue of land.
And it so continues today.
"I have heard some horrify-
ing stories of how land has been
used for political enhancement
and advancement. Perry
Christie's PLP government is
seeking to bring an end to that.
"We want to bring trans-
parency to the question of
Crown land, so that there is
clarity for all to understand how
ofie can access Crown land.


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not been told where the property is located.


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wish to have land. Some have


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More than a dozen schools
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Bahama, Abaco and Long
Island participated in the 9th
Annual Model United Nations
Session on Monday.
The event was presented by
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idence and Abaco, in conjunc-
tion with The Ministry of For-
eign Affairs and with the assis-
tance of various private and
public sector partners.
Students represented coun-


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determining a resolution. Each
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New York with the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs.
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Bahamian minds, transporting
them, for the moment, from our
homeland to the international
stage of the United Nations a
global partnership representing
different countries from around
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Foreign Affairs Vincent Peet
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* By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
New Providence could
become "the most hap-
pening place in the
Caribbean" through two
investment projects proposed for the
southwestern part of the island, an
investor behind one of them has told
The Tribune, although "time is of the
essence" for both to be approved.
Backing the Stillman Organisation's
proposed $500 million investment for
the still-closed South Ocean Golf &
Beach Resort, the proponents behind
its likely neighbour, the $1.4 billion
Albany high-end residential commu-
nity, said that together they would
"really complete New Providence"
from a tourism development perspec-
tive.
Christopher Anand, the Tavistock
Group's managing partner for the
Albany Project, told The Tribune:
"These two developments together will
transform that end of the island.
"It'll be fantastic to see both pro-


the Caribbean'


$500m South Ocean project and Albany could 'transform'

southwest New Providence, but 'time is of the essence'


jects thriving together in a comple-
mentary fashion."
Mr Anand pointed out that the two
projects Albany is a luxury residential
community, while Stillman's is hotel-
oriented would complement each oth-
er nicely.
-He added that the high-profile, high
income Albany residents would help
attract leading retail and restaurant
brands to that part of southwestern
New Providence, with the consumer
traffic provided by Stillman's 1,000-
room resort providing these business-
es with a year-round customer base.
Of the Stillman Organisation, Mr
Anand said: "We've met with them a
couple of times. We really like them;
they can execute the plan they're trying
to execute."


It is understood that talks are being
held over the potential sale of land
currently owned by the Tavistock
Group's Bahamian subsidiary, New
Providence Development Company,
to the new resort owners to facilitate
their development plans. Mr Anand
declined to comment on this, though.
The Stillman Organisation'splan for
South Ocean, which it is acquiring for
more than $60 million, apart from the
1,000-room hotel also includes 1,000
residential units, an expanded marina
featuring at least 60 slips, a marina vil-
lage with retail stores and restaurants,
and Greg Norman championship golf
course.
The major investors in the Albany
Project, apart from the Tavistock
Group, which is the holding company


for investments made by Lyford Cay-
based billionaire Joe Lewis, include
world-famous golfers, Tiger Woods
and Ernie Els.
Developed on similar lines to the
Tavistock's Group's Florida luxury res-
idential communities, Lake Nona and
Isleworth, but with a distinct Bahami-
an flavour, Albany has been planned to
include 300 single family homes, a "cot-
tage component" and apartments
based around a marina. The price
range for the properties will lie
between $2-$20 million, with the aver-
age around $3-$4 million. The total
value of its home products will be
between $1.2 billion and $1.5 billion.
Mr Anand told The Tribune: "Our
project is one of the most high profile
residential projects anywhere in the


world......
"It's a big deal, and the people it has
attracted are of equally high profile.
Our project will be the catalyst for a lot
of things, not least more people looking
at the Bahamas for luxury residential
homes,"
Given that there is a lack of available
beachfront land in Florida, the
Bahamas has become attractive as a
second home destination for wealthy
Americans, and investors of the calibre
of Mr Woods, Mr Els and the Tavis-
tock Group could stimulate further
interest from other high-end develop-
ers.
Mr Anand told The Tribune: "I hope

SEE page 9B


City Markets sale needs Hotels look forward to fully-occupied Easter

approval of US courts


I By NEIL /ARTNEI. L
Tibune Business Editor
ANY sale of Winn-Dixie's 75
per cent stake in Bahamas
Supermarkets will have to be
approved by the US Bankrupt-
cy Court in the Middle District
of Florida, with two groups at
least one led by Bahamians in
the last stages of finalising offers
for the company.
The Tribune revealed last
September how Winn-Dixie,
the US grocery retailer that is
currently in Chapter 11 bank-
ruptcy protection in the US, had
effectively placed Bahamas
Supermarkets "into play",


meaning that it would accept
offers for its majority share-
holding if the price was right.
Although the, company
denied it at the time, one source
close to an interested party said:
"I can confirm there is interest
in Bahamas Supermarkets."
There has been much specu-
lation about the identity of the
Bahamians involved in the lead-
ing bid, with this newspaper
being told that it was a
"Bahamian group that has done
deals together in the past". Mul-
tiple sources, though, suggest-

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I By A FELICITY INGRAHAM
Tribune Business Reporter
NEW Providence hotels are predicting excellent bookings
for the Easter season, with many forecasting 100 per cent occu-
pancies, coning off the back an impressive Spring Break season.
On the Cable Beach strip, Baha Mar's Radisson Cable Beach
Resort, Wyndham Resort and Crystal Palace Casino, and the
Nassau Beach Hotel are all fully booked for April.
Robert Sands, Baha Mar's executive vice-president of admin-
istration and public affairs, said the April bookings matched
what was experienced in 2005.
Kerzner International's Atlantis resort was reporting equal suc-
cess, with Ed Fields, vice-president of public affairs, reporting
that Easter bookings were as good or better than 2005 levels.
At Comfort Suites on Paradise Island, general manager Jere-
my MacVean said occupancy levels had been high throughout
March, and were set to con-
Stinue throughout April's East- S page 2B
er season. SEE page 2B


Contract signing set to

restore 'vital tourist link'

a By A FELICITY INGRAHAM
Tribune Business Reporter
A LONG ISLAND native has been chosen to spearhead the
$461,020 contract for resurfacing the runway at Stella Maris Airport,
north Long Island.
Bernard Knowles, of Rowdy Boys Construction, has been con-
tracted to complete the repairs necessary to have the airport oper-
ational again in two months' time.
The news was welcomed by Long Island MP, Larry Cartwright,
who said locals as well as the two
major resorts in north Long
Island, Cape Santa Maria and the SEE page 8B



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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
of L.B. Johnson, Grosvenor Close. Completed forms
should be returned to that office no later than April 13th,
2006.
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Bahamian brokerage and financial services firm,
offering a comprehensive range of wealth management
solutions for private clients. We are looking to
dramatically increase the size of their brokerage
division in terms of trading volume and assets under
management. As a result, we are currently seeking
qualified brokers and investment advisors with existing,
books of business to join their expanding Nassau team.


As a member of the firm, you will develop and manage
your own book of business and serve as an informed
resource for clients dealing anywhere in the world.


You will benefit from a well established trading
platform with direct access to the US and Canadian
equity and fixed income markets as well as a seasoned
and efficient back office and compliance support.


The organization offers competitive compensation
packages, based on the book size, signing bonuses and
in certain cases, the costs associated with moving
clients.


All applications will be treated with the
utmost confidence.


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Whereas results for March 2005 "had been
about the same", Mr MacVean said April book-
ings were better than last year. That, though, was
due to the fact that Easter fell in April this year,
he added.
The British Colonial Hilton is set to end March
at about 95 per cent occupancy levels, according
to Jacob Asher, its director of operations.
He said the hotel's expectations thus far were
for bookings to be in the low 90 per cents towards
the end of April.
Spring Break was ending with 100 per cent
occupancy at the Nassau Palm,'according to gen-


eral manager Chris Sharpliss.
He said this success repeated last year's per-
formance.
A strong demand for the Bahamas as a tourism
destination has led to the hotels' success over
the past two years, after rebounding from major
hurricanes, according to the Bahamas Hotel Asso-
ciation's vice-president, Frank Comito.
He forecasted a "healthy" hotel occupancy
throughout the first six months of 2006.
Mr Comito attributed the results not only to
consumer demand, but also the effects of sus-
tained marketing by the private sector and the
Ministry of Tourism, increased airlift, and other
competitive situations.


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THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2006, PAGE 3B


THE Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce yesterday called for
"the speedy appointment" of
an Honorary Consul to India,
to enable the private sector to
build upon the commitments
made in ithe Memorandum of
Understanding (MOU) signed
with its Indian counterpart ear-
lier this year.
Tanya Wright, the Cham-
ber's president, said in a state-
ment that such a move would
enable Bahamian businessmen
to more rapidly realise the "full
benefits" from such agree-
ments, providing better co-
ordination for the co-opera-
tion between this nation's com-
panies and those overseas.
She added: "We are of the
firm view that the speedy
appointment of an Honorary
Consul to India would further
demonstrate their [govern-
ment's] commitment to us as
we cry for some diplomatic
presence in this country.
"The High Commissioner to
India, although non-resident,
has been a reliable source of
support to the Chamber, and
we concur that some coordi-
nator on the ground would be
an added bonus to comple-
ment the efforts of FICCI, the
Federation of India Chambers
.of Commerce and Industry."
The memorandum signed
.between FICCI and the Cham-
-ber of Commerce established
the India-Bahamas Joint Busi-
ness Council.
Bahamian businesses trade
:some $51 million in goods and
.services annually with India, a
figure the Chamber believes
could grow "exponentially"
'now that the relationship with
,FICCI has been established.
The agreement to establish
the Joint Business Council has
created a mechanism the pri-
,vate sectbis of the Bahamas
'afid India can operate through
-when seeking td'tevelop new
-relationships, win contracts and
gain market access to their
respective countries.
Bahamian businesses have
been keen to establish linkages
with India because of its world-
renowned expertise in infor-


mation technology (IT), and
the ability to use its software
products and digital applica-
tions in their own business.
India was also well-know for
garments and textiles.
Mrs Wright said yesterday:
"The appointment of Hon-
orary Consul throughout the
world in locations where there
is potential for meaningful
cooperation should be consid-
ered as a quick and effective
means to jumpstart relation-
ships of understanding where
no Embassy or High Commis-
sion is present.
"We would like to work
closely with the Government
in identifying regions around
the world where on the ground
assistance is critical to the real-
isation of full benefits of the


commitments and good inten-
tions outlined in each memo,
or understanding, or coopera-
tion agreement we enter into."
Mrs Wright said the Cham-
ber had been proactive in
establishing relationships with
business and industry in other
countries, delivering on its
promise to deliver more "tan-
gible benefits" to its members.
She added: "We would not
want to see their interest in
facilitating our cooperation
agreements to wane, partici-
larly at a time when: our agen-
da requires a high degree of
maintenance to keep our mem-
bers assured that the opportu-
nities we see in these relation-
ships will be accessible to
them."
The agreement establishing


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New executive-slyle classroom, exclusive to Bahamian
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the India-Bahamas Joint Busi-
ness Council says the body will
seek to identify new trade and
investment areas they can co-
operate on, strengthen bilater-
al trade relations, and increase
the competitiveness of the two
nations' economies.
The Council will also devel-
op procedures for "settlement
of disputes between business-
men of the two countries" by
concluding an Arbitration
Agreement between the
Bahamas Chamber of Com-
rrierce and FICCI.


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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
condition and all equipment onboard is in good working condition.
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.

PHONE 363-7163

SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY!


* TANYA WRIGHT, president of the
Bahamas Chamber of Commerce.

(FILE photo)


BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION

VACANCY NOTICE

DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
FINANCE DIVISION

A vacancy exist in the Corporation for a Database Administrator in the Finance
Division.

The Database Administrator is responsible for planning, designing, implementing
and maintaining efficient operations of corporate databases and preparation of
logical data base design for in-house application development.

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

Chairing and/or participating on committees to define date requirements.
Ensuring all aspects of data administration is addressed.
Participating in Information Systems development and implementation teams.
Defining and implementing data level security for all corporate databases.
Managing data migration/conversion issues during system installations.
Defining, establishing and operating databases for executive information needs.
Developing procedures for the integration of corporate systems.
Defining, establishing and operating a database to serve Document Management
System requirements.
Leading and participating on committees assessing business information technology
needs.
Managing installation of release upgrades to installed RDBMD products.
Facilitating smooth transition of all business systems vendor upgrades.
Assisting with department annual budgeting process.

Job requirements include:

Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science or equivalent qualifications
Sound working knowledge of relevant database management systems
Sound knowledge of computer programming
Strong analytical skills and good judgment
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
Good time management skills
Strong technology background married with good business skills
Project management skills

Interested persons may apply by completing and returning the Application form
to: The Manager, Human Resources & Training, Head Office, Blue Hill and
Tucker Roads, P.O. Box N-7509, Nassau, Bahamas, on or before Friday, April 7,
2006.


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LEGAL NOTICE


NOTICE


IXORA LIMITED


Pursuant to the Provisions of Section 137(8) of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 notice is
hereby given that the above-named Company has been
dissolved and struck off the Register pursuant to a
Certificate of Dissolution issued by the Registrar General
on the 6th January, 2006.


Edward John Sweet
Liquidator
of
IXORA LIMITED









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DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONSITRAINING/PURCHASING
Position Requirements
Ten "ears multi-unit restaurant management experience.
Proven fiastory of positive financial growth and operational control.
Minimum five years experience in restaurant management and staff
training, in all departments and at all levels.
Strong background in new unit opening and development, menu
an,' "reipe development, and food and equipment purchasing.
Excep.:';::.-' -wledge of Microsoft Office Systems and Uniwell
POS cash registers programming and operation.
Associates or.Bachelors Degree in Food Service Administration or
related area.

COMPANY ADMINISTRATION MANAGER
Position Requirements

Five years multi-unit responsibility for daily restaurant administrative
and financial data auditing, computing and reporting.
Five years experience in daily, weekly and monthly restaurant
environment payable and receivable accounts entry and auditing.
Total proficiency in the monthly, quarterly and yearly compilation
of budgets, P&L statements, balance sheets and cash flow reports.
Exceptional knowledge of all Microsoft Office Systems and the
ACCPAC Business Reporting System.
Exceptional direction, communication and organizational skills.
Tertiary level education in accounting or related field.

Salary and bonuses for all positions are contingent upon experience
and productivity. Please forward resumes to:
Managing Director email: cvk@sbarrobahamas.com or
fax no: 356-0333
NO TELPHONEINTERVIEWS ACCEPTED


FOR



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1,030 sq.ft. shop space.
SWell placed on Paradise Island, near Atlantis.
Visitor and local pedestrian traffic.
* Excellent parking facilities.
* Well maintained building & landscaping.


* By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Business
Reporter

BAHAMIAN entrepre-
neurs have expressed keen
interest in doing business with
Cuban manufacturers, which
has led to a successful second
annual Cuban Trade Mission
in the Bahamas, according to
Cuba's first vice-minister,
Angel Dominguez.
Mr Dominguez, along with
Cuban Ambassador to the.
Bahamas, Felix Wilson, sat
down with Tribune Business.
during day two of the trade..
fair, where several one-on-one
talks between Bahamian busi-
ness persons and Cuban facto-
ry representatives were ongo-
ing.
The mission continues until
Friday, with numerous Cuban
products, such as souvenirs,
music CDs, clothing, rum, per-
fumes, and furniture on dis-
play in the ballroom at the


RIU Paradise Island hotel.
Ambassador Wilson encour-
aged Bahamians to travel to
Cuba to get a sense of the wide
variety of products being man-
ufactured there, not only to
purchase the goods, but to gain
information on how they can
start producing at home.
He said the trade mission
was not an impromptu occa-
sion, but a collaborative effort
between the Cuban and
Bahamian Chambers of Com-
merce, the Bahamas Agricul-
tural and Inddstrial Corpora-
tionf (BAIC) and the Cuban
-Embassy.
", "This helps to strengthen
bilateral relations between our
countries, especially in the area
of trade," said Mr Wilson.
Mr Dominguez said the mis-
sion had occurred as a result
of requests from Bahamian
entrepreneurs.
"We have reached a high
productivity level in Cuba, and
we are conscious of the needs
of the Caribbean people," he


Paradise Village
Shopping Plaza
Paradise Island
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel. 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs
www.cbrichardellis.com


BAHAMAS REALTY urL
COMMERCIAL


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NAVIGATING A NEW WORLD


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Pricing Information As Of:
29 March 2006
BISX LISTED & TRADED SECURITIES VISIT WVVW.BISXBAHAMAS.COM FOR MORE DATA & INFORMATION
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX: CLOSE 1.375.55 / CHG 00.31 t '%CHG 00.02 / YTD 24 841 YTDo 01,84
52wk-Hi 52wk-Low Symbol Previous Close Today's Close Change Daily Vol. EPS, Div$ : PIEM/ Yield
0.95 0.59 Abaco Markets 0.59 0.59 0.00 '-0:066 '0.000 NIM 0.00%
10.70 8.00 Bahamas Property Fund 10.70 10.70, 0.00 1.456 0.360 7.3 3.36%
7.24 5.88 Bank of Bahamas 6.90 6.95 *.,: 0.05 6.683 ,; :.330 10.8 ", 4.75%
0.85 0.70 Benchmark 0170 0.70 0.00 0.175 0.020' 4.0 2.86%
1.80 1.26 Bahamas Waste 1.26 1.26 0.00 0.105 0.060 12.0 4.76%
1.20 0.95 Fidelity Bank 1.18 1.18 0.00 4,000 0.070 0.040 16.7 3.42%
9.60 8.00 Cable Bahamas 9.20 9.20 0.00 0.565 0.240 16.3 2.61%
2.20 1.39 Colina Holdings 1.69 1.69 0.00 3.000 -0.067 0.000 NM 0.00%
9.69 8.33 Commonwealth Bank 9.50 9.50 0.00 200 0.861 0.490 11.0 5.16%
5.68 4.12 Consolidated Water BDRs 5.46 4.82 -0.64 0.091 0.091 60.3 0.82%
2.88 1.45 Doctor's Hospital 2.45 2.45 0.00 0.437 0.000 5.6 0.00%
6.21 4.02 Famguard 6.21 6.21 0.00 0.542 0.240 11.5 3.86%
10.99 9.99 Finco 10.66 10.66 0.00 0.738 0.540 14.4 5.07%
11.00 7.75 FirstCaribbean 11.00 11.00 0.00 4.000 0.828 0.500 13.3 4.55%
10.40 7.99 Focol 10.40 10.40 0.00 1.900 0.833 0.500 12.5 4.81%
1.27 1.15 Freeport Concrete 1.15 1.15 0.00 -0.162 0.000 N/M 0.00%
10.20 9.60 ICD Utilities 9.50 9.50 0.00 304 0.526 0.540 18.1 5.68%
9.10 8.22 J. S. Johnson 9.09 9.09 0.00 0.572 0.560 15.9 6.16%
7.95 5.30 Kerzner International BDRs 7.80 7.81 0.01 0.134 0.000 58.2 0.00%
10.00 10.00 Premier Real Estate 10.00 10.00 0.00 2.036 0.585 4.9 5.85%
Fldety Over-The-Counler Secunbes
52%.k-HI 52.k-Lo.,.' ,nl.Dl B.I -sci Lasl Prn.-s .ee ,I, LVol EPS Dlv S P'E Y-eIl
13 '.5 12 25 Bahamas Sup-rn-.ar-, r.-i -' 1-4 .5 11 0 1 917 0 720 7 2 05 .
10.14 10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref) 10.00 10.35 10.00 0.000 0.800 NM 7.80%
0.54 0.20 RND Holdings 0.29 0 54 0 00 -0.044 0.000 NM 0.00%
Colna Over-The-Countar Seunrllas
43 :'0 28 O0 ABD5B r. j. 220J 0, 00t 19 4 n:, IU"
16.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 12.75 13.75 12.50 1.105 0.810 14.6 6.93%
0.60 0.35 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.35 -0.103 0.000 N/M 0.00%
BISX Listed Mutual Funds
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1 2766 1 214-1 C.,.,lna t.1n,:, r.Marel F.in 1 37I '
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**"
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52wk-Hi Highest closing price In last 52 weeks Bid $ Buying price of Colina and Fidelity
52wk-Low Lowest closing price in last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colina and fidelity
Previous Close Previous day's weighted price for daily volume Last Price Last traded over-the-counter price
,today's Close Current day's weighted price for daily volume Weekly Vol. Trading volume of the prior week
change Change in closing price from day to da* EPS $ A company's reported, earnings per share for the last 12 mths
Daily Vol. Number of total shares traded today NAV Net Asset Value
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S- AS AT JAN. 31, 2006/ *. AS AT FEB. 28, 2006
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ro TRAIg CALL: QOLINA 242-502-?010 / FIDELIT- 242-a56-776 6


said.
Mr Dominguez said Cuban
products can be much more
competitive than US products
because of "quality products
and good prices, and also our
production is closer to the
Bahamian market's demands".
"This is particularly because
of mutual interests on both.
sides," he added.
While several sectors of
Cuba's light industry were rep-
resented, Mr Dominguez said
there was much more Cuba
had to offer, including in the
services sector.
He said particular interest
should be paid to Cuba's con-
struction materials, which were
made homes in the Caribbean
climate.
In addition, he said much
money was to be made by
Bahamian business persons in
the purchase of Cuban rum
and cigars, particularly for
American tourists "that don't
have access to these quality
products".


He encouraged Bahamian'
business persons to make the,
trip to Santiago, Cuba, this:
June, for the largest Caribbean,
Trade Show of the year: 'Expo
Caribe'.
Helen Adderley, a teacher
at the Bahamas Technical and'
Vocational Institute (BTVI),
brought several of her students
to the show.
"It was good to see all the,
crafts they had on display that.
they are producing in Cuba,":
she said. "It gives me more
knowledge on my craft; I made
a whole lot of successful con-'
tacts, and I will try to make a
difference in my own craft pro-
duction. We will definitely use
what we learned here to make
our products better at BTVI."
Mr Wilson said his embassy
has been working diligently to
strengthen ties between Cuba
and the Bahamas. Most busi-
ness enterprises in Cuba are
state-owned and run, with a
large chunk controlled by the
Cuban military.


COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

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

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




CPA/Chartered Accountant

Opportunity

Templeton Capital Advisors is seeking to recruit a
CPA or Chartered Accountant to assist in accounting
and reporting responsibilities for its hedge fund
business. Responsibilities will include maintenance
of the general ledgers and reporting functions for the
firm as well as review, approval and reporting of net
asset values for the funds and their investors. The
candidate will be responsible for carrying out an array
of daily, weekly, and monthly control and risk
management functions. In addition, an important
aspect of the job will be managing and preparing
client communications, including firm newsletters.

The successful candidate must be a licensed CPA or
Chartered Accountant .with at least ten years of
experience, not less than seven being with a major
public accounting firm. A heavy emphasis in the
investment and financial services industries is
absolutely required and direct experience in the hedge
fund business would be preferred. The job
responsibilities require that the candidate be capable
of designing, maintaining and monitoring reporting
and control systems of the highest standard expected
in a global investment business. Applicants will be
required to demonstrate a thorough understanding of
the global investment industry and investment
instruments as well as prime broker functions,
including the global clearance and settlements process.
The candidate will be required to regularly
communicate with sophisticated fund investors and
author a number of different forms of client
communications to report on the funds' performance
and other financial matters, and accordingly, written
communication skills and experience will be important
and carefully considered.

Please send written expressions of interest, resumes
and relevant background materials to the CFO at
Templeton Captial Advisors Ltd., P.O. Box N-7759,
Nassau, Bahamas or fax to 242-302-3661.


Entrepreneurs express




keen interest in doing




business with Cubans


Legal Notice


NOTICE

MASTER WELLDONE CORPORATION
In Voluntary Liquidation

NOTICE is hereby given that in accordance with
Section 137 (4) of the International Business Companies
Act. No. 45 of 2000, MASTER WELLDONE
CORPORATION is m dissolution, as of.March 28, 2006.

International Liquidator Services Limited situated
at 35A Regent Street, P.O. Box 1777, Belize City, Belize
is the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR


THE TRIBUNE


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ELEUTHERA
(Lot No. 42, Lower Bogue)

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

Appraisal: $108,934.00

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

ELEUTHERA
I--- .--" '(Lot No. 62, Lower Bogue)

,--s All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvements, in the settlement of Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera, being No. 62,
comprising of about 34,210 sq. ft., this site encompasses a 12 year old single storney home comprising of 4 bedrooms,
3 bathrooms, front room, dining, breakfast room, kitchen and laundry room, with a total living area of approximately
2,342.06. Property also includes a double car garage, and front entrance with a total sq. ft. of approximately 655.75.
This home is approximately 85% completed. The property is well landscaped with crab grass, fiascos and some fruit
trees.

Appraisal: $235,638.00

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


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

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

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

CYCLOPS GARDEN
~-1 (Nassau)

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

Appraisal: $215,261.00

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



LOT #7 EARLY SETTLERS DRIVE
(Eleuthera)

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

Appraisal: $132,968.00





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


Ocean. Appraisal: $41,275.00

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

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Reply to chara@coralwave.com



Insurance Executive
US$80,000 to US$100,000
Freeport/Anguilla
International boutique life insurance company catering to
the needs of high net worth individuals seeks senior level
insurance executive. Looking for all round experience at
the management level. Will oversee all aspects of the
application process, underwriting, issuing, and maintenance
of life and annuity policies. Offices in Freeport and Anguilla.
This position can be located in either location. Send resume
to: humanresources8751@hotmail.comr


SENIOR NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR I


Core Functions:


Engineer, install, administer, maintain, audit, optimize
and troubleshoot the organization's Local Area Network
(LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) facilities, providing
users with a continuous connectivity to networked
services.
Education and Experience:
* Bachelor's degree in computer science or a related
field from a recognized tertiary Intuition plus three (3)
years computer experience in both Local Area Network
(LAN) and Wide Area Nework (WAN)
MCSE, CCNA and MCSA certifications
Sound knowledge of Microsoft 2003 Service and
office products
Sound knowledge of AS/400 operations and security
concepts
Sound oral and written communications skills
*Ability to interpert technical installation documents.
Interested persons should submit a r6sume and a copy
of degrees) and transcripts) to:
The Human Resources Manager
c/o: The Tribune
DA 4575
P.O. Box N-3207
Nassau, The Bahamas
Deadline: Wednesday, April 5th, 2006


I By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Bqsiness Editor

INTERESTED buyers are
eyeing the 75 per cent majority
stake in Bahamas Supermarkets
that is currently held by Winn-
Dixie, the US retailer that is cur-
rently in Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection, The Tribune can
reveal.


However, one source close to
a party interested in the compa-
ny said: "I can confirm thcrc is
interest in Bahamas Supermar-
kets."
Winn-Dixie has repeatedly
said that Bahamas Supcrmair-
kets and ils stafl are unaffected
by the Chapter 11 situation,
which is forcing the New York
Stock Exchange (NYSE) listed
company to close 35 per cent of


were $5.9 million or $1.28 per
share, compared to $5 million, or
$1.09 per share, last year.
However, several sources yes-
terday told The Tribune that
despite its consistent profitabil-
ity, Bahamas Supermarkets was
a relatively small part of the
Winn-Dixie empire, being locat-
ed on its outer fringes, and the
company was likely to listen to
offers if the price was right.


* IN an article (shown above) published in September last year, The Tribune revealed how Winn-Dixie had effectively placed
Bahamas Supermarkets "into play", meaning that it would accept offers for its majority shareholding if the price was right.


FROM page 1B

ed, that Mark Finlayson, son of
entrepreneur Garet 'Tiger' Fin-
layson, was one of those
involved.
Mr Finlayson has in the past
worked closely with Jerome
Fitzgerald, the chairman of
RND Holdings, on whose
Board he also sits. In a venture
separate from RND and other
business interests, the pair were
part of a Bahamian consortium
that bid for the Arawak Cay
reverse osmosis plant contract,
in conjunction with French
operator Veolia Enerserve.
Although neither Bahamas
Supermarkets nor W-D
(Bahamas), Winn-Dixie's whol-
ly-owned Bahamian subsidiary
that holds the 75 per cent stake,
were included in the bankrupt-
cy filing, the potential sale of
its Bahamian subsidiary has to
be approved by the US Bank-
ruptcy Courts.
A Winn-Dixie filing with the
Securities and Exchange Com-
mission (SEC) said: "The com-
pany currently operates the
business as debtors-in-posses-
sion pursuant to the Bankrupt-
cy Code. As debtors-in-posses-


For conditions of the sale and 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,
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 Island of Eleuthera, Bahamas
Financing available for the qualified persons
Serious enquires only








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.


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, P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas to
reach us before April 14, 2006
Directions: Traveling west along Wulff Rd from Claridge Rd, take the first corner on the left, Peardale Road.
Heading South along Peardale Road the subject property is situated at the junction of Peardale Road and the
first corner on the left (Peardale Manor Road)
Financing available for qualified persons.
Serious enquiries only


sion, the company is authorised
to continue to operate as an
ongoing business, but may not
engage in transactions outside
the ordinary course of business
without the approval of the
court, after notice and an
opportunity for a hearing."
Although the circumstances
are different, Winn-Dixie's sit-
uation is understood to mean
that once a formal bid is
received, there will be a 45-day
period in which other rival
offers can be submitted. This is
the same process that Kerzner
International is undergoing due
to the buy-back offer submit-
ted by its chairman and chief
executive, Sol and Butch Kerzn-
er, and their group.
Effectively, any offers for
Bahamas Supermarkets will
have to be transparent and dis-
closed. It is likely that rival
offers for the 75 per cent stake
in Bahamas Supermarkets will
be flushed out once a bid is
made, creating a bidding war
that will aid Winn-Dixie and its
US shareholders.
It is unclear what will happen
to the Bahamian investors who
own the minority 25 per cent
stake in Bahamas Supermar-
kets, and whether they wtuld
be bought out or remain as
shareholders under the new
ownership.
Despite its consistent prof-
'itability, Bahamas Supermar-
kets is a relatively small part of


the Winn-Dixie empire, being
located on its outer fringes, and
the company has always been
likely to listen to offers if the
price was right.
Winn-Dixie has repeatedly
said that Bahamas Supermar-
kets and its staff are unaffected
by the Chapter 11 situation,
which is forcing the New York
Stock Exchange (NYSE) listed
company to close 35 per cent


of its stores and make 28 per
cent of the workforce redun-
dant.
On its website, Winn-Dixie
describes Bahamas Supermar-
kets as being included in its new
business "footprint". A spokes-
woman previously told The Tri-
bune: "Absolutely all 12 stores
are operational and the plan
takes into consideration all 12
stores."


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CAFE




We are looking for an accountant to join our team. 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
payable, weekly inventory and cost of sales reports, reconciliation of credit cards
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.








Position available for Marketing Manager
to develop and implement marketing initiatives for retail outlets in Nassau, Bahamas

Key Responsibilities include:
-Short and long term planning of brand development and strategic marketing
initiatives for multiple outlets.
-Day to day, seasonal and special event marketing planning and execution for retail
outlets (incl. advertising, promotions and public relations).
-Media placement and relations.
-Print, radio and television ad direction and development.
-Budgeting and tracking expenditures based on department's strategy.
-Retail store support as it relates to promotions, signage, merchandising and special
events.
-Special projects coordination.

Individuals applying must:
-Have a minimum of a Marketing Associate's Degree and 3 years experience.
-Have excellent written and communication skills and be able to work with multiple
departments and personnel to accomplish tasks.
-Be outgoing and enjoy working with others.
-Be organized, able to take initiative and work unsupervised. Must be able to motivate
and supervise other team members.
-Have working knowledge of radio, print and television ad development.
-Have working knowledge of Microsoft Office programmes and basic graphics.
-Have own transportation and be available for travel and weekend and seasonal hours.

To apply for this position, please submit resumes tot
marketingbahamas@yahoo.com


Legal Notice

NOTICE

KAMOLA INVESTMENTS INC.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) KAMOLA INVESTMENTS INC. is in voluntary dissolution
under the provisions of Section 137 (4) of the International Business
Companies Act 2000.

(b) The dissolution of the said company commenced on the 27th March,
2006 when the Articles of Dissolution were submitted to and registered
by the Registrar General

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Diodata Holdings Ltd., Wickhams;
Cay, P.O. Box 146, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Island.

Dated this 30th day of March, A.D. 2006.


Diodata Holdings Ltd.
S Liquidator


I INET ENTOPOT14T.'MS SL


A Single Storey Commercial Building of concrete structure approximately 11 years old which houses a Restaurant
& Disco comprising 6,456 sq. ft. situated on Lot No. 90-D (42,616 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


seeks to employ an

Owner Representative
for projects in Nassau and the Islands. rt
Applicants must have a background in construction or
Architecture and possess people skills.


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S9,941 11,207 sq.ft. office space available.
Well placed on West Bay St., near Lyford Cay.
SFirst class office building. Generous parking.
SFiber optic communications facilities.
SReady for immediate occupancy.


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

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

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


FROM page 1B

Stella Maris Resort, were look-
ing forward to the resumption
of air traffic at the airport.
Mr Knowles signed the con-
tract with the the Ministry of
Works' Permanent Secretary,
Anita Bernard, during a press
conference at the ministry yes-
terday.
Mr Knowles said the project


was one he would carry out with
pleasure, to the benefit of his
fellow Long Islanders.
Rowdy Boys will be respon-
sible for the reconstruction of
the runway; resurfacing of the
taxiway and apron areas to facil-
itate drainage; and the rein-
statement of runway markings.
"Stella Maris is a vital link
for residents and tourists on
Long Island," said Bradley
Roberts, minister of public


Lyford Cay House
West Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel. 242-393-8618 '..
www.bahamasrealty.bs. '
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BAHAMAS REALTY LTD
COMMERCIAL '


CBRE .
CB RICHARD ELLIS
NAVIGATING A NEW WORLD


works and utilities.
The Ministry of Works, along
with the Ministry of Transport
and Aviation, identified defi-
ciencies' and unsafe conditions
at the Stella Maris Airport,
prompting its closure several
weeks ago.
The closure was met with an
initial angry response from
Long Islanders and resort exec-
utives, who said they were not
given fair notice of the decision..
Tribune Business had then
reported how the airport's clo-
sure was seriously affecting the
island's economy.,
Mr Cartwright, addressing his
colleagues in the House of
Assembly yesterday, said he felt
Long Islanders were on "the
losing end" and were suffering
from a very low self-esteem.
Mr Roberts gave assurances
.during the press ~. conference that
"Long Island's time will soon
Lom'e" r a nijior anchor pro-
ject to be establihed there.
He also announced that the
ministry had completed its eval-
uation of the Deadman's Cay
Airport, with a view to carry-
ing out these improvements:
Installation of a perimeter
fence around the airport.
Construction of a perimeter
road to access land north of the
runway.
Lengthening of the existing
runway.
Expansion of the parking
apron.
Installation of emergency


lighting.
"Upon completion of these
works, the airport at Deadman's
Cay would have been brought
up to the International Civil
Aviation Organisation's
(ICAO) certified standards for
designation as an international,,',
port of entry," said Mr Roberts.
The Minister of Transport'
and Aviation, Glenys Hanna-
Martin, was also on hand for
yesterday's contract signing. She '
said she was pleased this step
was taken to quickly re-estab-
lish air traffic for that islao.

Public
Mr Roberts remind e
public that on Monda. ch
13, a contract was signed he
repaving of the runwa\ aand ,n-
struction of a parallel tad'ay
at the Marsh Harbour In, -a-
tional Airport at a cost o3j80 ~
million. r.i-i, ,
"A commitment was mae to
erect a new terminal and the'
extension of the runway at a.; '
cost of some $4 million," said'
Mr Roberts. "It is noteworthy -
that both of these works (Long '
Island and Marsh Harbour) are'
being carried out in constituent
cies represented by the opposi-
tion.
"It affirms the commitment i
of the Christie Government's
pledge to represent all the peo-
;ple throughout the Bahamas
regardless of who their Mem- I
ber of Parliament may be."


A leading computer company is looking for a self-
motivated individual for the scanning and indexing of
documents.

Job Requirements:
Minimum of 2 years computer experience
Good time management skills
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N CONTRACT SIGNING Bernard Knowles (far left), of Rowdy Boys Construction, and Anita Bernard (far right), the permanent
secretary in the Ministry of Works, sign the contract Wednesday. Minister of Works and Utilities Bradley Roberts (centre), Minister of
Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin (standing at left), and Long Island MP Larry Cartwright (standing at right) look on.
(Photo: A Felicity IngrahamlTribune Business Reporter)



Contract signing set to restore 'vital tourist link'


CREDIT SUISSE


Credit Suisse Wealth Management
Limited
is presently considering applications for a


HEAD TRADER

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:
Minimum of 10 years well rounded banking experience in treasury/execution and related departments
of an offshore bank
Strong management and leadership skills
Well versed in Swiss/ Brazilian banking practices and standards.
In-depth knowledge of international Money Market/Forex Exchange Trading/Treasuries/Emerging .
Markets/Derivatives/Securities Operations/Execution, etc.
PC Literacy (MS Word, Access, Excel)
Experience in trading platforms like TradeWeb, eSpeed, Bloomberg Bond Trader. ,.. ,
Knowledge on risk management and portfolio management. '
Fluent English and Portuguese
Proven track record
Duties:
The candidate will be expected to:
Develop, recommend and ensure the implementation of the bank's trading operation strategy
Monitor/evaluate the bank's position and oversee existing and prospective trading activities
Provide advice and guidance to dealers and traders engaged in treasury activities
Provide sales support to relationship managers
Personal Qualities:
Excellent organizational and communication skills
A 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

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS APRIL 7, 2006


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BITBH Y C 0 P


'The most happening




olace in the Caribbean'


FROM page 1B


the opportunity is seized to
mak, th projects happen and
tra 7m that end of New
Pro e.
"piB of the essence. That
time w, and failure to act
swiftly uld jeopardise both
proje
now who our residents
[in A y] are. The facts of the
matt e that Albany is run-
ning f time if we don't get
const on on the go soon."
Mr iand said that togeth-
er, Albany and the Stillman pro-
ject would "really complete
New Providence". Together
with Paradise Island and Baha
Mar's proposed $1.6 billion
Cable Beach development,
"these' two projects are going
to make New Providence the
most happening place in the
Caribbean".
The Heads of Agreement for
AlbatTy are thought to be before
the Cabinet and the National
Economic Council (NEC) for
final approval, although The
Tribt'ife was unable to confirm
that.:'
Ab'4ny has been projected to
have 6i $1.4 billion value over
the -active life of the develop-
mentf and an independent eco-
norc assessment conducted by
a firhiselected by the Bahamian
gove'riment showed it would
inje-ta cumulative $1 billion in
exti'2gross domestic product
(GIn'^ into the Bahamian econ-
omy;over its first 12 years in
existed
The' ibune reported previ-
ouslt the independent eco-
nom dy on Albany had
show 700 permanent, full-
timei would be created, with
ano 400 "indirect and
indu ~from entrepreneurial
ventuts and spin-offs.
T 'hsudy also forecast that
Alba o uld gerferate $400
mit property taxes for-the
Gove nt over the first1i2
years dls life, generating $67
million in annual GDP from
operations in 2017 alone.
Itiresidents will be living in
the Bahamas year-round, mean-
ing that the economic spin-off
willcbe further enhanced.
Thie development itself will
be -locat-ed on the Albany
House property, which most
Bahamiaris know as the prop-
erty behind the long pink wall
on Adelaide Road as they drive
towardssSouthQOcean,.and oth-
er latldholding on the opposite
side of the road.
The land is all privately


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Fo 1*res

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owned by the Tavistock
Group's Bahamian subsidiary,
New Providence Development
Company.
The Albany Project's homes
were being marketed to "a pret-
ty unbelievable group" of
potential buyers that includes
world-famous celebrities, major


sporting stars and wealthy busi-
nessmen. The prospective
clients include Bahamians and
non-Bahamians.
Albany is also working with
the Government on providing
beach access for Bahamians,
pledging to donate "millions"
to fund this initiative. It is also


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A Single Storey Commercial Building of concrete structure approximately 9 years old which houses 3 Commercial
it e irc (units are currently being rented) and comprising 2,014 sq. ft. situated on Lot No. 90-A (17,807 sq. ft.)
X? mga portion of a Lot of Land totaling 4.646 acres on Main Eleuthera, Queens Highway, Lower Bogue, Eleuthera
I Ii- pr':opern is well landscaped and is in close proximity to a Shopping Centre and Gas Station. Utilities: Electricity,
i' \Valer nd Telephone


.....---- --- ,-..


For londllions of the sale and other information, please contact
The Coinmmerc ial Credit Collection Unit at. 356-1685 or 356-1608 Nassau, Bahamjs
Interested persons should subrmt offers in warning addressed to:
The Commercial Credit Collection Lint,
P.O. Box N-7518, Nassau, Bahamas
To reach us before April 28, 2006
Dt e ni- Travelling on the western side of the Main Eleuthera Highway and approximately 2,219 feet northerly
Iroq ur I. r Nothing Road on the Island of Eleuthera, Bahamas
Financing available for the qualified persons
Serious enquires only


involved in shoreline enhance-
ment programmes and aiding
plans for the new shipping facil-
ities at Clifton Pier.


NOTICE

IN THE ESTATE OF CORRINE
BOWE late of Golden Gates in the
Southern District of the Island of New
Providence one of the Islands of the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Deceased

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

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

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


C ARTERED ACCOUNTANTS


February 8,2006
Nassau, The Bahamas


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CROMWELL TRUST COMPANY LIMITED
Balance Sheet
(Expressed in United States dollars)
December 31, 2005
2005 2004
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS
Cash and cash equivalents (Note 3) $.122,990 $ 106,707
Accounts receivable 2,500
Other assets 1.050 1,050
126. 540 107.757
- FIXED ASSETS
Furniture and equipment 24,514 21,418
Leasehold improvements 10,867 10,112
35.381 31530
Less accumulated depreciation (19,321) ( 11,155)
16,060 20,375
$142,600 $128,132
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS'EQUITY
LIABILITIES
Accounts payable $ 3,500 $ 2,500
SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
Ordinary shares
Authorized, issued and fully paid.
100,000 shares at US$1.00 each 100,000 100,000
Contributed surplus 67,000 67,000
Accumulated deficit (27,900). ( 41,368)
139,100 125,632
$ 142,600 S 128,132
APPROVED ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD:



Director eor
See accompanying notes. Report of Independdnt Auditorspage 1.
CROMWELL TRUST COMPANY LIMITED
Notes to Financial Statements
December 31, 2005
1. GENERAL
Cromwell Trust Company Limited ("the Company") was incorporated on August 28, 2000 under
the provisions of the Companies Act, 1992, of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. The primary-
business of the Compqny is to provide trustee services under a restricted trust license granted to the
Company on November 13;2000.
2. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES
These financial statements have been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting
Standards and are expressed in United States dollars. The significant accounting policies are as
follows:
Cash and cash equivalents
Cash and cash equivalents include cash at bank and in hand as well as short-term highly liquid
investments such as bank deposits. Term deposits are carried at cost value plus interest.
Foreign currency transactions
The Company's functional currency is the United States ("U.S.") dollar however, it transacts
business in currencies other than U.S. dollars. Assets and liabilities denominated in currencies other.
than U.S. dollars are translated into U.S. dollars at rates in effect at the balance sheet date. Income
and expenses denominated in currencies other than U.S. dollars are translated into U.S. dollars at the
rates in effect on the transaction dates.
Fixed assets
Fixed assets are recorded at cost and are depreciated on the straight line basis at the following annual
rates:
Furniture and equipment -20%
Leasehold improvements -33 113%
Income and expenses
Income and expenses are recorded on the accrual basis of accounting.

3. CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS
Cash and cash equivalents of $122,990 as at December 31, 2005 are comprised of the following:
2005 2004
SG Hambros Bank and Trust (Bahamas) Limited -term deposit $102,612 $100,317
First Caribbean International Bank (Bahamas) Limited (B$) 12,865 942
SG Hambros Bank and Trust (Bahamas) Limited (US$) 7,213 4,141
Cash in hand ,300 300
S$122,990 $106.707

The term deposit of $102,612 arns interest at the rate of 1.75% per annum.
4. LEASE COMMITMENT
The Company rents office space under a three year operating lease which expires on June 30, 2006
and the annual rental for which is $16,960. There is an option to extend the lease for an additional
2, ,period of three years.



GrantThornton
ChR O OI ADcoPultUl



REPORT OF INDEPENDENT AUDITORS

To the Directors of
CROMWELL TRUST COMPANY LIMITED
We have audited the accompanying balance sheet of Cromwell Trust Company Limited ("the Company")
as of December 31, 2005 and the related statements of income and accumulated deficit and cash flows for
the year then ended. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Company's management. Our
responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit.
We conducted our audit in accordance with International Standards on Auditing. Those standards require
that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are
free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the
amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting
principles used and significant estimates made by management as well as evaluating the overall financial
statement presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion.
In our opinion, these financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position ofthe
Company as of December 31, 2005 and the results of its operations and its cash flows for the year then
ended in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards.


NOTICE

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

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

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

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


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Golfing legend pleased with




South Ocean course progress


* GOLF
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports
Reporter
THE first phase of the
facelift for the South
Ocean Golf Course is com-
pleted and designer Greg
Norman is pleased with the
progress.
After spending a day at
the course, which is located
in the western part of New
Providence, Norman
revealed that the improve-
ments being done are on
course and will meet the
December re-opening
deadline.
Although only several
holes have been complet-
ed thus far, Norman has
envisioned various eleva-
tion changes for the 18
hole course, which also has
an ocean view.

System
The facelift will also
include the installation of a
new irrigation system for
the modern turfgrass which
will be laid.
This is expected to
improve the aesthetics and
playability of the world-
class golf course.
The South Ocean Golf
course is the third project
for Norman in the
Bahamas, who has also
tackled the beautification
job of the Royal Island
Golf Club and the building
of the Four Seasons Resort
Great Exuma Course.
According to Greg
Young, South Ocean Golf
and Beach Resort, Norman
is the best in the field and
after reviewing many
resumes, the company felt


as though he was capable
of getting the job done.
Young said: "We are
very happy 'with .the
progress and it is looking


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that YOLENE FERNAND OF P.O. BOX
N-8953, MAXWELL LANE, ROCK CRUSHER, 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 30TH day of MARCH, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, PO.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that WAVEL J. MANNING OF PO.
BOX SB-52205, GARDEN WELLS CORNER, 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 30TH day of MARCH, 2006 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MS. NITA NOEL OF P.O. BOX
N-7978, LUCKY HEART CORNER, 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 29TH 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 CHARLTON JACQUES OF
MALCOM ALOT ROAD, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that
any person who knows any reason why registration/ naturalization
should not be granted, should send a written and signed
statement of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 30TH
day of MARCH, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Balhamas.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that BENSON JOSEPH OF SOUTH
PALMETTO POINT, ELEUTHERA, 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 30TH
day of MARCH, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


like it is going to open up
on time.
"Greg wasv.ery exciitcd
when we were down there
doing the tour. You can see
the changes, so we are very
pleased with that. There is
,a thrill about the whole
redevelopment project but
we are even more thrilled
about the work being done
on the course.
"We looked at a number
of world renowned archi-
tects and Greg was selected
for his profile in the indus-
try. And since the deal was
made everything is turning
out the way we are expect-
ing. He and his team there
are all fantastic."
Norman, a former pro-
fessional golf player, has


been designing golf courses
since 1987 where his first
company was set-up in Syd-'
ney, Australia.

Prestigious
His most prestigious
works are the TPC at Sug-
arloaf in Duluth, Georgia,
home of the PGA Tour's
BellSouth Classic; Tibur6n
Golf Club in Naples, Flori-
da, host of the PGA Tour-
sanctioned Franklin Tem-
pleton Shootout; and The
Grand Golf Club in
Queensland, Australia, site
of the 2001 Australian
Open.
Norman said: "I am very
pleased with the pace of


the progress. As I've F
said before this is a
tremendous property, and
so tar the design is evern-
thing I'\e envisioned it to
'be.
"We are now in a posi-
tion to move forward with
the next phase of construc-
tion, and that has us one
step closer to the grand re-
opening in December."
The facelift being done
to the South Ocean Golf
course is a part of the mas-
ter plan that will feature
the construction of a beach
front hotel, marina, casino
and residential homes.
The improvements will
be the first step in the area
turning into a gated com-
munity.


Local hero

Golovin

reaches Key

Biscayne

semifinals:

* TENNIS
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla.
Associated Press
TATIANA
GOLOVIN made the
most of her home-court
advantage Wednesday,
beating Zheng Jie 3-6, 6-
3, 6-2 to reach the semifi-
nals of the Nasdaq-100
Open.
A native of Moscow
and a citizen of France,
the 18-year-old Golovin
moved to Miami last fall
and trained over the win-
ter on the tournament
site at Key Biscayne with
Andy Roddick's former
coach, Tarik Benhabiles.
After a shaky start,- -
Golovin looked right at '
home on the Crandon
Park stadium court,
breaking serve seven
times in the final two
sets. Seeded 22nd, she
won the last five games
and matched her best
showing at a Tier I event
with the quarterfinal win.
"I had to take my time
and find my rhythm, and
then I really started hit-
ting it," she said.
Her opponent Thur"
day will be the winner of
Wednesday night's match"
between No. 4 Maria '
Sharapova and No. 10 :'
Anastasia Myskina. :' -
No. 6 Ivan Ljubicic' '"
became the first men '
semifinalist, beating :'~lT
unseeded Agustin Ca'llri
7-6 (4), 6-3.
Instant replay helped ,
Golovin reach set point .'"
in the second set. Zhe,ng,.
hit a shot ruled good O"x
a winner,-but Golovin ,.,,,
challenged the call. and. ,
the replay showed the .,:i.
ball landing long ofthe-:;
baseline. Golovin then.-:.,'
won the next point to, :.*
force a third set. ir,"
Only 34 of 116 chal-i'
lenges (29 percent) were-
successful in the first'sev-e
en days of the tournia-'
ment. Instant replay is'
being used by the pro' '
tours for the first time at,
the tournament. '
A replay reversal
helped Ljubicic win hi s
first-set tiebreaker, bdt 7
mostly he overpowered ,,
Calleri. The 6-foot-4 ,.
Croat hit 14 aces,: wo~ 36
of 37 points on bis first,,,
serve and never faced ,
break point. ,
He showed a nice ,'.
touch, too: In the open-
ing game of the second '
set; he won a point with:a
volley that bounced off '
the net cord three times
before falling for a win-
ner. The freakish shot
left both players walking,
back to the baseline .
laughing. ,x ,
At 24-3 this year, Lju-
bicic is second in the
men's tour in victories
behind Roger Federer,
who has 25. They could
meet in the final Sunday.

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Bahamian tennis and

Business community

mourn the passing

of Eugene L Scott


* DONALD THOMAS starred for the Bahamas (AP Phioto)


The ups and downs of the




Commonwealth Games


WHEN Avard Mon-
cur bobbled the
baton in the final of the men's 4
x 400 metre relay final, it was
like our whole world came
crashing down in Melbourne,
Australia last Saturday night.
You just didn't expect it to
happen.
,Thlt was probably the most
difficult pill for the Bahamas to
swallow as the athletic compe-
titiofi came to a close with the
Autrialians running away with
the i"ld medal.
Another medal had slipped
away from our grasp. I guess
yoiicould say you would not
have expected it to happen to a
veteran competitor like Mon-
cur. But it's happened to the
best of competitors, so he's no
exception.
Those things happen in the
relays. So Moncur has no rea-
son.to hold his head down.
During the course of the two
weeklong competition, there
were many other performances
that,were also disappointing.
The men's relay mishap just
came at the worst time.
But I think we have to tip
our fiats off to Donald Thomas.
Before the games, he was an
unknown factor in the men's
high jump. When he left the
competition, he was a few
knockdowns shy of being the
"spoiler" in his. international
debut.
If you think Moncur was dis-
appointed in dropping the
baton, I've never seen an ath-
lete as irate as Thomas when
he walked off the track, know-
ing that he gave it his all, but


STUBBS
S 50191,


OPINION


didn't come through in the end.
Here was a novice competi-
tor, still competing in his sneak-
ers, on the brink of internation-
al success.
He might have felt that he
left himself. and the country
down by not winning a medal.
Far from it.
His future certainly looks
bright and the expectations will
only grow as he prepares for
the challenge ahead of him,
especially when he gets com-
fortable jumping in a pair of
spikes.


Welcome to the international
stage. Donald.
If only we could find a few
more competitors like him,
especially on the women's side.
To come to a major event like
this and riot be represented with
one competitor in the women's
100 or 200 is unheard of, con-
sidering the success We've had
in those events, along with the 4
x 100 relay in the past decade.
And; with two of the top four
quarter-milers in the region, no
the world, there's no reason
why we can't field a team that
can and should be competing
in the women's 4 x 4 relay.
These games would have
been the ideal launching pad
for the 4 x 4 relay. Hopefully
by the time we get to the Cen-
tral American and Caribbean
Games in Colombia in July, we
will turn things around,
It might have been a little too
early for others to compete in
Melbourne. But there's a whole
season ahead of them and we
should only expect them to
improve on what they did.
And that's not just the track
arid field athletes, but the box-


crs. s~iimmers and c\clisis a-
well.
At least the Bahamas
Olympic Association won't
have to worry about the expens-,
es in preparing and sending the
team to Delhi for the next
C'Wealth Games, ::i
During the closing cere- ;
monies in Melbourne, the Indi-
an Government revealed that
they have provided each of the
71 participating countries in the
XVIII Games with a grant of
$100,000 to assist in their prepa-
rations for the event.
And they have also disclosed
that they will pay for the air-
fare of every athlete and offi-
cial attending the games from
each nation.
So it should mean that the
BOA won't have any problems
in fielding its largest team ever,
ensuring that we use the funds
already allocated in preparing
for the team sports as well.
The other good news for all
of our athletes is the fact that
the games will be held from
October 3-14, so there should
be no excuses about not being
prepared,


EUGENE L. Scott, Tennis
Week Founder and Publisher
died of heart disease on Mon-,
day, March 20,2006 at the age
of 68,
Gene Scott was well known
in the Bahamian tennis com-
munity. He l \as instrumental
in producing "marquee" ten-
nis players for the Bahamas
International Open, an inti-
mate boutique e\ent. held at
the Ocean Club Paradise
Island in December of each
year for more than 25 years.
Residents and tourists were
able to rub shoulders with the
likes of Harold Solomon. Fred
Stolle, Aaron,, Krickstein,
NManolo Santana. Cliff Richey,
Peter Fleming. These tourna-
ments were the stage for show-
casing some of the country 's
top players Mark Knowles,
Roger Smith. John Farringion.
Leo Rolle, John Antonas.
Thee were-r othil special
events, one being a three day
exhibition featuring tennis leg-
ends Ken Rosewall. Rod
Laver. Roy Eimer.son. Fred
StoUe and there "as the exhi-
bition for the girls featuring
players such as Leslie Allen.
Zma Gaison. Carling Bassett.
Virginia Ruizi. Marn Carillo.
However. for Gene the
development of young tennis
players was of paramount
importance. He found wa.; to
have tennis racquets, tennis
balls, tennis shoes donated to
the Bahamas Lawn Tennis
Association for its youth devel-
opment programme He was
especially helpful to Mark
Know les during his earls \ears
as a junior and thereafter as he
began competing in the pro-
fe-.sionl ranks.
Gene supported whole-
heartedly the creation of the
National Tennis Centre and
made a contrubuuon to its con-
struction.
Called the -Conscience of
Tennis" by Tennis Magazine
and a "Tennis Renaissance
Man" by those in the sport,
Gene \sas a visionary who
touched tennis at virtually
every level for more than 40
\ears.
:"You caii play tennis forev-
er Gene was fond of saying,
and he tireless\ pursued
putting that philosophy into
practice.
Born on Decemiber 28, 1937
in New York Cit\. Gene grew
up in New York and on Long


Island where he learned to play
on a public park court.
J. Barrie Farrington said on
behalf of the tennis communi-
ty, "We are deeply saddened
by the death of Gene Scott for
he contributed in so many ways
to the development of tennis
in the country. Through the
years he reached out to the
young players as he recognized
that the future of tennis rested


"He made it
possible for
Bahamians to
witness world
class tennis on
the courts of
the Ocean Club,
Nassau ,Beach
Hotel and
Lyford Cay. It is
difficult to
imagine not
having Gene
In some Way
as a part of
our tennis
Slandscape."


J. Barrie
Farrington

with the young. He made it
possible for Bahamians to wit-
ness world class tennis on the
courts of the Ocean Club,Nas-
sau Beach Hotel and Lyford
Cay. It is difficult to imagine
not having Gene in some way
as a partlof our tennis land-
scape. '
Eugene L\tton Scott is sur-
vived by his wife Mary Van
Liew, "Polly" Eastman Scott
and two children: daughter
Lucy Eastman Scott, and son
Samuel Lytton Scott, of
Manhattan; and a brother,
Timothy Scott of
Connecticut.
Those wishing to send a trib-
ute to Gene Scott can do so by
going to Tennisweek.com


BSC basketball heads


for thrilling finish

* BASKETBALL

THIS will be the final week of regular season play in the
Baptist Sports Council's exciting basketball season.
S Saturday's action at the Bahamas Baptist Sports Council
will decide the remaining pennant winners and who will clinch
the playoff spots as the postseason gets set to start next week.
SSo far, First Baptist, last year's runners-up, have clinched
the: 19-and-under pennant.
. However, there are still some close battles going on to
decide who will win the men's president and vice president's
pennants as well as the 15-and-under president and vice presi-
dent's pennants.
* T4e 19-and-under only comprises of one division. There was
ino tadies' regular season play as only defending champions
Golden Gates and last year's runners-up
* Macedonia signed up to participate.
SWhile the pennant and playoff spots will be decided on Sat-
urday, there will also be an important meeting for all coaches
at 4pm to discuss the playoffs aid the All-Star Classic.
, The All-Star Classic is being staged next Saturday and will
be held in honour of the Rev. Harrison Thompson, the former
permanent secretary at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and
Housing. He has been relocated to the Ministry of Local Gov-
ernment and consumer Affairs.
- Here's a look at Saturday's final regular season fixture of
games:
SCOURT ONE 10 a.m. Evangelistic Centre VS Lord's
House (M); 11 a.m. B.I.B.A. VS Golden Gates (M); Noon
Lord's House of Praise VS Mt. Nebo (M); 1 p.m. St. Mark's
VS Mt. Tabor (M); 2 p.m. Macedonia VS Evangelist Centre
(M) and 3 p.m. Evangelistic Centre VS Bahamas Harvest (M)
; COURT TWO 10 a.m. Mt. Tabor VS First Baptist (U15);
11 a.m. First Baptist VS Golden Gates (U19); Noon Faith
United VS Macedonia (U19); 1 p.m. Macedonia VS Faith
UJnited (U15); 2 p.m. Temple Fellowship VS Golden Gates
(M) and 3 p.m. B.I.B.A. VS Mt. Tabor (M).


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R WATER POLO
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
IN THEIR third year of com-
peting in the water polo competi-
tion at the Carifta Games; the
Bahamas will be fielding it's
Uitya L~dIU 4 vpr


Thirteen member squad


set for the Caifta Games


compete in 2003.
'In 2004, the Bahamas hosted
the games and fielded both a
water polo and synchronised
swimming team.
That year didn't prove fruitful
for the squad, which only scored
two goals.
Moving into their second year,


A 13-member team' was tBSF) to contend for the title m The sport, introduced in 2003 at but. in the la.t three years. more the Bahamas team, with only one
released yesterday by the the recently' introduced afterr polo the games held in Jamaica, saw countries have joined in on the year's experience in the compe-
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OPINION: The highs and the lows of Melbourne

ENGLAND'S Chris-
tinC dhurt1ing, center.
", '" standsns wi(h Tonique
.... Williams of the Bahanm as,.
'- srig h t, a n d C hris tin e A tmcr
""- til also of the Bahinias
after the I'inal of the WOrn m-
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bettering their position.
After getting trounced by-the
Netherlands Antilles in the first
game, the Bahamas took on
Trinidad and Tobago,scoring one
goal.
Although they didn't make it
to the medal rounds, btey closed
the tournament scoring 11 goals -
a considerable improvement
With a new addition to the
team's roster, Lestor Taylor Jr,
the team will be lead by two tum
member Verron Darville and
Brito Stuart.
The Carifta Games are set for
Bridgetown, Barbados, April 6th-
9th, with the water polo competi-
tion.
The water polo competition will
cater to both male and female
squads, for athletes 18 and under;
but the Bahamas will only field a
team in the male division
Team Bahamas,is expected to
leave on April 4th.
* BASKETBALL IN BRIEF
THE Government Secondary
School Sporting Association
(GSSSA) basketball season con-
tinues with the championships in
both two series going down to the
wire.
Going head-to-head in the fifth
and decisive game for the junior
girls title will be the HO Nash
Lions and the SC McPherson
Sharks.
The Lions bounced back.on
Tuesday with a 36-35 win.
Leading the charge for the
Lions was Kenva Johnson with
29 points, while Rickea Richard-
son scored 11 points for the Lions
Looking to hold off the CR
Walker Knights, defending cham-
pions in the senior boys division.
are Hugh Campbell champions
CI Gibson Rattlers.
The Knights came back to force
a game five with an 85-82 victor).
The championships will contin-
ue on Thursday at the AF Adder-
ley gym.


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JUSTIN ROSS SCOTT
"He will live on in our Lives & Hearts Forever"
March 16, 1979 March 29, 2003
'Weep not for me, my parents dear
Nor mourn for me that's gone
I was not yours but God's alone
He loved me best and called me home'
-Anonymous 1865
A joyous laugh, a brilliant smile
A voice that has been stilled
An empty space within our hearts
That can never ever be filled.
I pray each day for peace
to understand the pain,
to stop the open flood of tears
that is often mistaken for rain.
God gave us an angel for 24 years
We were not to know
Our time with him would be limited
His loss a devastating blow.
Sleep on my love, my sunshine,
Until we meet again.
-Your Loving Mom, Ann Bease
March 27, 2006
Deeply & Loving missed by mom, Ann, Dad Michael, Daddy B, Brothers,
Jamie & Conor, sister Sacha, The Andrean Community of St Andrews
College, Aurora, Ontario, Delta Upsilon fraternity of University of Western
Ontario, London, Ontario, Doc Wisdom, Lexie and friends from Cable
Bahamas, and a Host of family & friends.
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Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 Fax: 328-8852

FUEA EVC O H LAT


BABY GIRL
KAYNELL JEWEL
EDGECOMBE,
Months


a resident of Lobster
Avenue, Golden Gates #1
will be held at Golden
Gates World Outreach
Ministries. Carmichael
Road on Saturday April 1st, 2006 at 10am. Officiating
will be Bishop Ros L. Davis assisted by other ministers.
Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens,
JFK Drive and Gladstone Road.

She is survived by her parents, Daniel and Kayla
Edgecombe; sisters, Kashannige, Danielle, Dannica
and Shanise; brothers, Travis, Obie and Delano;
grandparents, Carl and Ruth Campbell and Marcus
Edgecombe; aunts, Denise Finely, Lashanta DuGay,
Cutelle Heastie, Eyvonne and Sandy Campbell, Evelyn
Burrows, Elizabeth Russell, Louise McCartney,
Rebecca Saunders, Rose, Carlene, Ruth, Charmaine
and Tigira Edgecombe; uncles, Dwight, Carl, Raymond,
Clifford DuGay, Eugene Heastie, Leonard, Matthew,
Samuel, Jonathan and Eric Edgecombe, Kermit
McCartney and Patrick Russell; grandaunts and
granduncles, Dorothy Evans, Antoinette Whylly, Wilbert
and Angela Dean, Alvin and Janet Wright, Franklyn
and Joan Roberts, Charles and Stephanie Weir, Leroy
and Leanna Weir, Leanna Brown, Edmund and Cynthia
Stubbs, Cecil and Jane Hilton, Oris and Emalou
Campbell, Ethel Edgecombe, Antoine Edgecombe,
Louise, Simeon and Idell Rolle, Carlos Delancy, Sammy
Mitchell and Daphanne Archer and Judy Hensey,
numerous cousins and a host of other relatives and
friends.

Friends may pay their last respects at The Rock of
Ages Funeral Chapel, Wulff Road and Pinedale on
Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday
at the church from 9:00 a.m. until funeral time.


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Luke Anderson
Plato Small


a resident of South Beach Drive will be
held on Saturday, April 1st, 2006 at 1:00
p.m. at The Central Church of the Nazarene
East Street South. Officiating will be The
Rev. Daniel Small assisted by other
ministers of the gospel and interment will
follow in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery
Soldier Road. Services have been entrusted
to Gateway Memorial Funeral Chapel Wulff
Road and Primrose Street


P' I He is survived by His loving parents, Mr.
__ _ __ Lester P. and Marguerite M. Small; eighteen
brothers, Rev. Daniel, Shadwell, Franchot,
Stephen, Jerome, Herschell, Byron, Mindell, Jason, Dwayne, Stanton, Carlos, Peter,
Chuck, Krischen and Matthew Small; adopted brothers, Rufus Dean and Robert
Mackey; fifteen sisters, Prophetess Rosie Reckley, Ella Moss, Minister Viola
Hepburn, Ruth Small-Brown, D/Cpl 1743 Esther Small-Miller, Bethsheba Small-
Davis, Bridgette Small-Alcide, Lucille SmallBassett, Vernera, Rebecca, Vanessa,
Annishka and Renay Small; adopted sisters, Michelle Tynes; three brothers-in-law,
Bernard Hepburn Sr., Sgt. 418 James Miller and Ian Tynes; four sisters-in-law,
Valderine, Florence, Kenya and Darlene Small; eleven aunts, Alice Moncur, Adnell
Hannah-Belford, Valamay Knowles of Tarpum Bay Eleuthera, Winnifred Palmer,
Beulah Small, Muriel Mitchell, Virgil Knowles, Alsette Deleveaux, Musienne,
McDonald Amy Small and Eldeace Wright; four uncles, Nicolo, Vasco, Dugald,
and Shoghi Small; four grand aunts, Florence and June Moncur of Miami, Florida,
Esther Beckles, and Monett King; one grand- uncle, Lemuel Moncur of Miami,
Florida; twenty-three nephews, Pedro, Andrew, Marvin, Jermaine, Jakiro, Bernard,
Bemito, Evernard, Jabush, Victor, Leroy, Jonathan, David, Michael, Kenton, Wesley,
Daniel II, Elijah, Daril, Jamison, lan Jr., Jamal and Joshua; twenty-two nieces,
Lelia, Jenine, Lekira, Moon, Everaka, Berneka, Everkel, Berndera, Dianae, lanthe,
Michelle, Azariah, Faythe, Rachel, Devonia, Lashea, Sade, Shante, Shadae Dannielle,
Sarah, Rokeisha and Antoneisha; numerous cousins including, Chaquita Montue,
Linda Wallace, Carmel Major, Margaret and Robin Moncur of Miami Florida,
Donny, Kendra, and Patricia Clarke; a host of other relatives and friends including,
Paula Dean and family, Yvonne Gardiner and family, Mrs. Beverley Smith and
family, Mrs. Brenda Ferguson and family, Hazel Armbrister and family, Mrs.
Thelma Rose and family, Mrs. Sylvia and Lil. Wilson and family, Mrs. Irene
Dawkins "Sis. D" and family, Mrs. Mary Pratt and family, Min. Esther Thompson,
Min. Irene Rolle, "KK" and family, Mrs. Beulah Sutherland and family, Ms. Netta
Armbrister and family, Bertha Albert, Ms. Donna, Minister Addiebell Curry and
family, Mrs. Maxine, Kevin and Lavern Archer, Mrs. Margaret Major and family,
Mr. Eddison Johnson and family, Mr. Lester Rolle and family, Mr. Howard Elliott
of Florida, Shervin "Guts" Johnson, Min. Marco Johnson, Central Church Of The
Nazarene Family, Bay Street Straw Vendors and Wood Carvers, Staff of National
Emergency Medical Services, Police Control Room and The Hair Braiders
Association.
Friends will play their last respects at the funeral home on Friday, March 31st from
10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday April 1st from 9:30 11:00 a.m. and at the
church from 11:30 a.m. until service time.


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ANTHONY "Bando" URBAN
BOSTWICK SR, 59

of Barbados Ave, Elizabeth Estates will
be held on Thursday 7:30 p.m. at Christ
The King Anglican Church, Ridgeland
Park, West. The Venerable Archdeacon
I. Ranfurly Brown assisted by Rev. Beryl
Higgs and Deacon Donald Kerr will
officiate.


FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

ANTHONY "Bando" URBAN
BOSTWICK SR, 59
of Barbados Ave, Elizabeth Estates will be held on Saturday 10:30
a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, West Hill Street. Monsignor
Alfred Culmer assisted by Fr. Michael Kelly, Deacon Jeffrey Lloyd
and Deacon Samuel Mitchel will officiate. Interment will be made
in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

He is survived by his wife, Marva J. Bostwick; son, Anthony Bostwick
Jr.; parents, Urban and Mable Bostwick; mother-in-law, Coralee
Longley brothers, Edward "Eddie" Bostwick and Reverend Terrance
Morrison; sisters, Brenda and Sonia Bostwick; uncles, Honourable
Henry, Eugene, Alfred and George Bostwick; uncle-in-law, Wendel
Bain of Queens, New York; aunts, Elagene Adderley, Lillian Smith
of Mount Holly, New Jersey, Janet, Beverley and Geraldine Bostwick;
aunts-in-law, Lilly Baln of Queens, New York, Augusta Hepburn and
Joyce Bain; brothers-in-law, Appeal Court Justice Hartman, Eric,
Cornell, Trevor Sr. Kevin, Sean and Paul Longley; sisters-in-law,
Margaret Bostwick, Royann Morrison, Sonya, Kathleen, Venus,
Evangelist Lilliernae, Vernessa, Kenris and Deborah Longley;
numerous nieces and nephews including, Vaughn Bostwick, Christian
Williamson, Gino, Hartman II, Elston, Cornell Jr. Christopher, Trevor
Jr., Lemuel, Sean II and Paul Jr. Longley; Inga and Tanya Bostwick,
Antoniece and Shanelle Louis, Taran and Taroy Morrison, Olivia,
Erika, Olivia, Gabrielle, Treval, Kiara, Sian, Paulette, Paulene and
Petrona Longley; other relatives and friends including, Clifford Moss,
Stan Davis, Don Huyler, Jason Moxey, Bruce LaFleur, Leo Dean,
Preston Stuart, Eddie Ford, Eddie Laing, Janet Bunch Lightbourne,
Betty Stubbs, Carnetta Clarke, Earle Livingston, Kermit Bostwick,
Honourable Cynthia and Mr. Joseph Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Francis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dunstin Babb, Ms. Coolie Osaria,
Mrs. Trixie Hanna and family, Mrs. Cornville Brown, Duane Sands,
Barrette McCartney, James Iferenta, B. Francis and the staff of
Doctors Hospital, management and staff of JJ Sporting Lounge
(Par Bs); the Community of Barbados Avenue, Elizabeth Estates
including Mary Collie and family, Anna Hall and family and Patsy
Dean and family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians
#44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on
Saturday at the church from 9:30 a.m. until service time.










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

L~~~~~ FUEALSRIEFO


GORDON LESTER
RILEY JR.,25

of West Street will be held on Saturday
3:00 p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church,
Meeting Street. Rev. Timothy Stewart
assisted by other Associate Ministers
will officiate. Interment will be made in,
Western Cemetery, Nassau Street.

He has left behind to cherish really great,
memory, his loving mother, Barbara and
father Gordon; one brother, David "Doc"
Moss. He was pre-deceased by Randy
Moss; two sisters, Stacy Moss and Andrea Johnson; four nieces,
LaKeisha, Kaleisha, Jerdavinique and Randeisha; four nephews,
Lawrence, David Ill, Devaughn and Renaldo; grandparents, Laura
Cummings and Cecil Jones; aunts, Wendy Smith and Beverley Brown;
uncles, Andre Clifford and Mario; grandaunts, Sheila Munnings, Beryl
Jones, Princess Ashwood, Helena Jones of Freeport, Grand Bahama,
Beryl and Evangeline Cummings and granduncle Arnold and Earisha
Cummings, Prince Atherly; one adopted uncle, James Smith of North
Andros and one god-child, Henri Orelien; one sister-in-law, Shavaughn
Moss; cousins, Michael Atherly, who was like a brother to him, Giselle,
Rochelle and Shanell Cooper, Lisa, Marvin, Prince III, Pedranique,
Pedra, Pedro Jr., Gina, Adamma, Nkrumah, Nkomo, Julie, Anthony,
Antoinette, Inza, Tangela, Tonia, Jamall, Kimberly, Dwight, Donelle,
Shantavia, Treniesha, Skie, Domonic, Shantinique, Ryan, Kenneth Jr.,
Sonovia, and family, Jeff Sr., Christine, Keisha, Marvin, Dexter, Rick
and Gary Armstrong of Miami, Florida, Kimberlina, Chiquita, Cutell,
Shumel, Norman, Syreeta, Cuelissa, Xarasanches, Arodenna, Hawitha,
Francisco, Dominic, Denise, Sandra, Toya, Nino, Bredalley, Sharon,
Irene, Donna, Holly Jane, Darren, Dino, Anadel and Roemarie, and
other relatives and friends including Keno Grant, Ena Maura, Emmanuel
"Mano" Nicolas, Daphne Evans, Pastor Timothy Stewart and family,
Rev. Pat Bethel and family, Gall Lockhart-Charles and family, Clem
Maynard III and family, Trevor Edgecombe, Sophia Stanislaus, Nelson
Newbold, Lamon Bowleg, Craig Burrows, Peter Brown and family,
Christine Copper and family, Pearline Johnson and family, Shirley
Greenslade and family, Olive Colebrook and family, Naomi Evans and
family, Kirk Moxey and family, the Archer, Jones, Riley, Armstrong
families, Estella Rolle and family, Kirk Williams and family, the Cummings
family, Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson, Pleasant Bridgewater,
Member of Parliament for Marco City, Freeport, Grand Bahama, the
Class' of 1997 of H.O. Nash Secondary School, the Jets Football
team, the staff at Reliable Janitorial Service, Gibson and Co. Law Firm,
The New Providence Cleaning, Company, The National Art Gallery of
The Bahamas, The Bain and Grants Town communities, especially the
West and Cambridge Street families and the Bethel Baptist Church
and Church of God of Prophecy families, Jumbo's Rest Family Miami
Fla., Geraldine Jones and family, Miami Fla., Alex Christo family, Miami
Fla,

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


from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and at the church from 1:30 p.m. until
service time.


ERNESTINE ANNIS
McKENZIE, 65

of #92 Acklins Place, Hawksbill, Freeport,
Grand Bahama and formerly of
Barratarre, Exuma will be held on
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at Church of God,
Lily Of The Valley Corner. Bishop Moses
Johnson and Pastor Oliver Kennedy will
officiate. Interment will be made in
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J. F.K.
Drive.


She is survived by her stepmother,
Berthalee McKenzie; sons, Ricardo Stuart, Lorenze McKenzie, Sean
Rolle; adopted son, Leroy McKenzie; sons-in-law, Gregory
Armbrister, Lesley Bain; daughters, Carla Rolle, lanthe Rolle; daughters-
in-law, Carla Stuart, Melvese McKenzie, Jonetta Rolle, Ruthmae
McKenzie; sister, Bloneva Forbes; brothers, Wendal, Julian and Ednell
McKenzie; brother-in-law, Glenroy Forbes; adopted brother; Rev. Alfred
McKenzie; sisters-in-law, Willamae, Lydia, Cora and Melverne McKenzie;
grandchildren, Corissa Stubbs, Kishmere Rolle, Lavanthe Bain, Ricardo
Stuart Jr., Trinity Rolle, Rickelle Stuart, John McKenzie, Lesley Bain
Jr., Lorenze McKenzie, Kendra McKenzie, Leroy McKenzie Jr.; nephews,
Vincent, Rodney, Earl, Ravie, Kevin, Humphrey, Dillon and Wayne
McKenzie, Wayden and Cornell Forbes; nieces, Essie, Deandra,
Cynthia, Shaqua, Nadine and Sharell McKenzie, Bridgette Forbes,
Judy and Laverne McKenzie; aunts, Dolly, Enid, Mae, Charlotte and
Lorraine McKenzie.

Numerous relatives and friends including, Carl Rolle, Juanita Symonette,
Leotha Reckley, Joanne Stuart, Ivy Stubbs, Maria Pratt, Terry Bain,
Melvina Gibson, Margaret Jones, Renee Moss, Edith Missick, Rose
Knowles, Maria Farrington, Ivy Stubbs, Elizabeth Knowles, Princess
Parker, Eulene Green, Tina and Marcus Holbert, Donna Burrows, Daisy
McPhee, Rev. Donnie Storr, Douglas McKenzie, Georgia Wright, Ben
McKenzie, Coralee Roach, Freddie Wright, Agatha Burrows, Raymond
Lloyd, Eunell McKenzie, Ossie Rolle, Joanne Stuart, Jessie Williams,
Levingston and Huree Lloyd, Nortrell Rolle, Laura Taylor, Eva McKenzie,
Gloria, Pearline McKenzie, Vienna McKenzie, Brenda McKenzie,
Emmanuel Stubbs, Jealla Mather, Leona Coakley, Lela Lewis, Evelyn
Lightbourne, Audrey Baker, Vernique Stubbs, Rose McKenzie, Gertrude
McKenzie, Edith Gibson, Agnes Carey, Brenda Lynes, Gladys McKenzie,
The Management of Port Lucaya Market Place, Congregaration of
The Church of God in Hawksbill, Grand Bahama, staff of Solomon
Brothers especially Vernique Stubbs, staff of BTVI, staff of Rand
Memorial Hospital and staff of Princess Margaret Hospital.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44
Nassau Street on Friday from 11:00 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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Pr^ ITelephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
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S REUBEN CAREY, 86
Sof #6 Fr. Calnan Road will be held on Sunday
April 1st, 2006 2:30 p.m. at St. Agnes
Anglican Church, Baillou Hill Road. Bishop
-Gilbert A. Thompson assisted by Fr. Rodney
SBurrows and Fr. Mervyn Johnson will
Sofficiate. Interment will be made in Western
Cemetery, Nassau Street.
He is survived by one (1) sister, Mavis Curry;
one (1) niece, Anginette Pyfrom; two (2)
nephews, Kenrick Braithwaite and Wilfred
Carey and a host of other relatives and
friends including, Beryl Adams and family,
Lily Taylor and family, Bruce Thompson and family, Dorothy Carey and
Family, Eileen Thompson, Bishop Gilbert Thompson, Delores Hanna and
family, Emily Burnside and family, Gwendolyn King and family, Arthur
Holbert and family, Prince Hall family and Royal Eagle #1 and Knights Of
Pythias Lodges.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44
Nassau Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday
ftom 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p:m and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service
time.


SCLIFFORD "SCRUB"
-McDONALD COLLYMORE, 79
of Ridgeland Park, West, White Court will
be held on Saturday 2pm at Bahamas Faith
Ministries, Diplomat Center, Carmichael
Road. Dr. Richard Pinder, assisted by Pastor
Henry Francis, Pastor Ivan Rolle and Apostle
Clifford Smith will officiate. Interment will be
made in the Western Cemetery, Nassau
Street.
SLeft to cherish his memory of his devoted
wife of 58 years Eloise Collymore, his children,
Evangelist Colamae, Bernadette Collymore, Kemuel and Danley Collymore;
adopted daughter, Elizabeth Simms and Betty Mae Knowles; daughter-
in-laws, Cleomie Collymore and Mona Collymore of Chicago; grandchildren,
Loretta Coakley, Kemuel Collymore Jr., Kayla Rolle, PC2775 Jermicko
Collymore, Danicka Collymore of Chicago, Antoinette Moxey, Nadine Rolle,
Kemuel II, Kenyon, Jennifer, Sean Collymore, Chauncey Lightbourne,
U'Shurem Victor of Florida, Lakito Rodger, Kistel, Dario, Danassio, Kevin,
Danley Jr, Evano Collymore and Rapheletta Moxey; 21 Grandchildren
including, Kadyn and Kaitlyn Coakley, Kemron, and Jermicko Jr., Paige
and Dominque Stirrup Aliesia Sweeting, Alexandra Rolle Jr, Aaliyah Ramsey
and Tyrese Sullivan; aunt, Edna Collymore of Palm Bay, Florida; sister-in-
law, Naomi Dottin; 3 grandsons-in-law, Antonio Coakley, Alexander Rolle
and Reynold Victore of Florida; cousins, Bernard and Ethel Lundy, Andrea
Woods and Famliy, Violet Ellis and Family, Baraba Johnson and Family,
Carolyn, Deborah and Antoinette Lundy Philip and George Collymore and
Family; god-daughter, Violet Rodgers, Thersa Knowles, Lilly Bastian and
Family, Howard Stirrup; special friends, George Robinson and Family (Best
Friend) Mary Armbrister and Family, Rudel Miller, Judith Thompson, Mrs.
Stubbs and Family, John Rolle (Assistant Deputy Director of Bahamas
Immigration), Robert Wildgoose, Charles Gibson, Barry Lightbourne and


Family, Maurice Sullivan, Leslie Robinson and Robinson, Judy Colebrooke
and Family Tyrone Miller and Family, Gladstone Francis and Family, The
Honorable Leslie Miller and Family, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and Family, Rev.
Matthis Munroe and Family, Women of Influence, Staff of F/X Beauty Loft,
Staff Flamingo Gardens Clinic, Staff of Dental Clinic at Princess Margaret
Hospital (P.M.H), Bahamas Immigration Department, Staff of Snack Food
Wholesale Ltd. Market Place, Atlantis Hotel, Rev. Ivan Rolle and Family,
The Comfort House Ministries Int'l Family, Rev. James Curry and Family,
Dominic Adams, Apostle Clifford Smith and Family, Pastor Diana Francis
and Family, Dr. Richard Pinder and the Family of Bahamas Faith Ministries
International and the entire Ridgeland Park, White Court Family.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44
Nassau Street on Friday from 10am to 6pm and on Saturday from 10am
to 12noon and at the church from 12:30pm until service time.


ANp W PEPPER; B OWE,;53
of #4 Tedder Close will be1'eldb 'rSatrray?,.
2:810 j-titSt. A.gne' -Ahglicarr- Church,
Baillou Hill Road. ,Ass~itant ig hop, lbe.
ThmapsQpassised, by-, Rev. f,. dney
S Burrows, Fr. nJphnspoArchdac
James.Pacous' an The Venerab
I Etfnhe E. Bowleg will offici-daIlntern ~i-
will'be'made.-in Eastern Cemetery, Eatf
Shirley Street.
Left to cherish his memory are his wife,
Kerry Vinita; parents, Peter and Mildred
Bowe; children, Lorca Adrian (Buffy), Akiri
Dwayne (Jody) and Chelsea Olivia; daughter-in-law, Ria Achong Bowe;
adopted son, Nelson Ranger and wife Lakeisha; adopted daughters,
Samantha Stubbs ; siblings, Ruth and Michael Darville and family, Adrian
and Teresa Bowe and family, Christopher and Francise Bowe and family,
Melvern and Calvin Lee and family, Cheryl and Stephen Moss and family,
Dianne and Bradley Watson and family, Claudette and Brian Davis and
family, Avril Elcock; in-laws, Nathalie Miller and family, Presley (Danny)
Seymour and family, Leslie (Derry) Seymour and family, Crispin and Tanya
(Kimmie) Seymour and family and Gianette Patrice Rolle; aunts, Verna
Elcock, Inez Dorestant, Dorothy Bowe, Bessie Bowe, Kathleen Minnis,
Joyce Minnis, Joyce Morris, Marina Hepburn; uncles, E. Leslie Johnson,
Edwin Minnis, Wilfred Elcock; godparents, Miss Irma Sandilands and Mr.
Ivern Davis; other relatives, Bettye Stubbs (his "best cousin"), Msgr. Preston
Moss, Sister Carolie (Sister Will) Wilson, Richard and Susan Cartwright,
Paul and Betty Barnett, Ramon Brown, Rosamund and Carl Stubbs, Philip
and Gina Huyler, the Johnson, Bostwick, Gibson, Gay, Moss, Minnis and
Carroll families, the Bowe, Bethel, Strachan, Bain families, the Hepburn,
Pearson, Demeritte, and Rahming families, the Seymour, Godet, Bailey
and Thompson families, the Minnis family reunion, the family and friends
of New Birth Church especially Pastors Felix, Cyprianna and Neville Rolle,
the staff of Bowe, Henderson and Co. and Cecilia Brown; the staff of the
Department of Physical Planning; the kind and professional staff of the
Princess Margaret Hospital especially Dr. Jauna Rodgers (his personal
physician), the Bahamas Bar Association, the Kiwanis Club of over the
hill, the residents of Tedder Close, the 1968 Class of St. Augustine's
College and host of relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44
Nassau Street on Friday from 10am to 6pm and on Saturday from 10am
to 12:30pm and at the church from 1pm until service time.


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REGINA ARNETTA
NAIRN, 51

of Seton Street, Chippingham will be
held at St. Joseph Catholic Church on
SSaturday at 2pm. Fr. Martin Gomes will
officiate. Interment will be made in the
Church Cemetery.

The memories of Regina will forever
linger in the hearts of her husband, Dilith;
her faithful, devoted and loving son,
Damien; father, Earline Humes; siblings,
Earl, George, Caroline, Elaine, Shantel and Adrian Humes; cousins,
Rochelle Bethel, Patricia McGregor, Yvonne Lockhart, both of Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Moira, Yvette, Mickell Sweeting all of Miramar, Florida,
Charles Sweeting of Altamonte Springs, Florida, Audrey Johnson,
Jeffery Fowler, Dennis Fowler, Roslynn Elliot of North Miami Beach,
Jacinta McGregor, Marsha-Ann Collie, Nerissa Lockhart, Samantha
Colebrooke, Marco Wallace, Kevin McGregor, Vincent McGregor,
Sebastian Colebrooke, Patrick Fowler, Jasmine McGregor, Katerine-
Ann McGregor, Jamal, Philip, Kevin Jr. and Jadin McGregor; sister-
in-law, Pamrica Rodgers, Carrimae Hunt, Alvera Storr, Winifred
Campbell and Maxine Burrows; brothers-in-law, Hendrick Nairn,
Edward Timothy, Charles Rodgers and Lloyd Campbell; nieces and
nephews, Cheryl Brown, Kevin Timothy, Attorney Sonia Serette,
Hendrick Nairn Jr., Fabian Nairn, Ellamae Blyden, Prince, Warren,
Aaron, Karen, Willarene and Marie Rodgers, Ricardo Hunt, Jacinta
Turnquest, Janise and Janice Hunt, Vernice Morley, Ursula Nairn,
Renard, Don and Lionel Storr, La'Marque Campbell and Pat Burrows;
numerous relatives and friends, Mabel Bain Wilson, Dorothy Mae
Hilton, Peter Wilson, Dorette Grant, Audrey Wright, Pearl Turnquest,
Delores Colebrooke, Marcus and Antionette Lightbourne, Natalie and
Osbourne Higgs, June Saunders, Brenda Hepburn, Eunika Rolle,
Debra Richardson, Marion Rolle, Gerald Bethel, Teran Cleare, Joyann
Dorsette, Eunice Hanchell, Lorene Henderson and family, Barbara
Archer and family, Eudene Brown, Donna Simmons, Diane Thompson
and family, Donna Simmons, Smith Family, Barr Family, Thompson
Family, Carl Gibson, Brendalee Musgrove, Jennifer Demeritte, Scavella
Family, Major Family, Deaconess Alice Lowe, Pastor Nathalie Bastian,
Lemuel Sears, Barbara Bullard, Maxine Roker, Patricia Willie, Willimae
Culmer, Francis Carrol, Elizabeth Johnson, Vanria Gibson, Cecil
Seymour, Albertha Adderley, Roosevelt Carey, Godfrey Swain, Lester
Farrington, Florevel Fornoff and Sandra Kemp, Carl Brown and the
Brown family, Carl, Rev. Ivan, Ralph, Harrison, Princess Butler, Lavina
Rolle, Mavis Major, Amy Gay, Alvin Brown Sr., Stephen Serette Sr.,
Godwin Blyden, Carla Rodgers, Inga Nairn, Ann Hunt, Janet Storr
and Paul Turnquest, Majorie McKinney, Clothilda Johnson, Archie,
Lilly and Dianne Nairn, the entire Nairn family, the entire Humes family,
the B.E.C. family, The Royal Castle Family, the community of
Chippingham, and the entire membership of Saint Joseph Catholic
Church.


Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44
Nassau Street on Friday from 10am to 6pm and on Saturday from
10am to 12 noon and at the church from 1pm until service time.



VICTORIA OPHELIA
CUNNINGHAM HANNA, 85

of Poitier Ave., Boyd Subdivision will be
held on Saturday 10am at Holy Spirit
Anglican Church, Howard Street,
Chippingham. Fr. Harry W. Ward and Fr.
Samuel Sturrup will officiate. Interment
will be made in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.

/ Left to mourn are four children, Valerie
Hanna-Wells, Cheryl Hanna Pyfrom, Dr.
Harlington Hanna Sr., and Donnie Hanna; nine grandchildren, Monique
Olurin, Terrence Wells, Ardre and Kendra Pyfrom, Lauren and Kristen
Hanna, Harlington Hanna Jr., William and Donnie Jr Hanna; sixteen
great grandchildren, Terrence Jr., Travis, Terrick, Quintin, Katra and
Katara Wells, Terrinika Wells, Chater6 Wells, Olayem, Olufemi, Taiwo
and Kehinde Olurin; one daughter-in-law, Heilen Bartlett-Hanna; five
brothers-in-law, Dougal and Willard Hanna, Wilfred, Bernard and Sam
Hanna of Miami, Florida; six sisters-in-law, Blonie Hanna, Hilma
Hanna-Coleby, Angela Smith Hanna of Freeport, Lillian, Ellen, and
Emma Hanna of Miami Florida; five nephews, George Walkine,
Standford, Maurice and Freddie Hanna, Bruno, Luke; thirteen nieces,
Estermae Hanna-Culmer, Joanna Saunders, Lourie Eneas, Verlie
Poitier, Patricia Adderley, Vanie Hutchinson, Loraine Cunningham-
Mott, Crystal Cunningham, Lois Jones of Freeport, Gena Ross, Donna
Hanna-Johnson, Trevor Hanna-McKay and Kim Hanna; the Hanna
family, the Tynes family and the Heastie family, the Bartlett family, the
Williams family, the Aranha family, the Boyd family, the Major family,
numerous grand nieces and grand nephews and a host of other
relatives and friends including, His Excellency The Governor General,
Sir A. D. Hanna and Lady Beryl Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tynes
of Freeport, Archbishop Patrick Pinder, Father Leish Boyd, Ms. Sylvia
Tynes, Mr and Mrs Cyril Ijeoma, Mr. Ayo Olurin, President of Senate-
Sharon Wilson, Dr. Rhonda Chipman Johnson, Dr. Kirk Culmer and
family, Mr. Rhinehart Pearson and family, Aunt Ivy Pearson, Mrs. May
Ferreira, Mrs. Helen Dean, Mrs. Sandra North, Dr. and Mrs Patrick
Roberts, Mrs. Jackie Estevez, Gennie Bloyce of Canada, June
Cartwright, Mrs. Ivalee Brown, Mr and Mrs Shandeles Barry, Mrs
Cynthia Rolle and the entire Audit Department, the Holy Spirit family,
Fr. Harry W. Ward, Rector and Fr. Samuel Sturrup, Ms. Cooper.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44
Nassau Street on Friday from 10am to 6pm and on Saturday at the
church from 9am until service time.


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


FUNERA SERVICE FO


Sarah Adderley, 92

j of Fox Hill Road, and formerly of Miller's,
Long Island, will be held on Saturday, April
1st, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. at Salem Union Baptist
Church, Taylor Street. Officiating will be Rev.
Dr. C. W. Saunders, assisted by other Ministers.
Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.

SLeft to cherish her memories are her Devoted
Son-in-law: Byron E. A. Saunders, Care
Taker: President Emeritus Miriam Roker, Brothers-in-law: Granville and
Isneal Adderley, Nephews: McDonald, Neville, Alphonso, George, Reginald,
Charles and Kendall Adderley, Nieces: Patricia, Linda and Katie Adderley,
God Children: Naomi and Bloneva Pinder, numerous other Relatives and
Friends including: Rev. Dr. C. W. Saunders, Edna Rolle and Family, Una
Burrows and mother, Sheena Johnson, Victoria Saunders, Cyprianna Saunders,
Victoria Olive Elizabeth Saunders, Emmett Saunders, the Families of Sarah
Rolle, Hesley B. Thompson, Stanley and Sybil Pinder, Gladys Miller, Rev.
Melvin Miller, Rev. Urban Knowles of Simms', Long Island, and Bruce Pratt,
Delores Ferguson, Louis Johnson, Andrea Eve, Sylvia Edgecombe, Nathalie
Taylor, Mary Churtum, Sis. Dorothy Laing, Charmaine Ferguson, Renae Neely,
Florence Ramsey, Mersay McPhee, Albert Miller, Madge Horton and Family,
Judith Major, Vernie Rolle, Jacinth Taylor, Trevor McKay, Essie Ferguson,
Celeste Lockhart, Members of the Mt. Carey Union Baptist Church, Salem
Union Baptist Church Family, Rev. Cedric Farquharson, the Staff of Female
Medical Ward II, and the Miller's, Long Island Community.

Viewing will be held in the "Celestial" Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary
& Crematorium Ltd, Robinson and Soldier Road on Friday from 10:00 a.
m. until 6:00p. m., again at the church in on Saturday from 8:45 a. m. until
service time.


Clayton Leroy Johnson, 52

of Bethel Avenue and formerly of Pinefield
Acklins, will be held on Saturday, April Ist,
2006 at 11:00 a. m. at Baptist Bible Church,
Soldier Road. Officiating will be Dr. W.
Howard Mills. Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memory are his Children:
Omar, Algernon, Stephon and Chrissie


Johnson, Sisters: Ivalean Hall, Pollymae and Loretta Miller, Madimae
Simmons, Magery Smith, Lerlean Sturrup, Lenora Gilbert, Marilyn Fowler,
Zelma and Madline Simmons, Margaret Miller, Juetta Patton, Curlena Harty
and Eloise Smith, Brothers: Ednal andXenneth Miller, Morris, Berkley,
Pedro, and Kennald Simmons, Dr. H. A. Simmons and Rev. Dan Simmons
Jr., Sisters-in-law: Illeana Miller and Stacy Simmons, Brothers-in-law:
Cyril Smith, Garth Fowler, Neil Sturrup, Allen Gilbert, and Joseph Hall,
numerous Nieces and Nephews including: Verlisa Moncur, Leniska Miller,
Vernessa and Shantell Hall, Vera and Nellimae Gibson, Lincoln and Leric
Russell, Laneco Sturrup, Trevor and Devado Simmons, Toyna, Michelle and
Renardo Miller, Philip Rolle, Michelle Johnson, Felicia Patton and Antonio
Hall, Uncles: Harrington Beneby and Esau Johnson of Miami, Fl, Leroy Moss,
Solomon Miller and Austin Smith of Freeport, G. B., Aunts: Alma Cox of
Miami, Fl, Carina Symonette, Daisy and Daveline Johnson, and Francis Gaitor,
and a host of other Relatives and Friends including: David and Ivis Moss.
Curtis Deveaux, Pearline Brown, Syblean McPhee, Gloria Williamson, Raquel
Ferguson, Dotley Moss, the Families of Earnest Johnson, Rev. Elkin Symonette.
Rev. Leroy Johnson, Leonard Johnson, Jo Alfred, and Eleazer Johnson, Remilda
Williamson, Flossiemae, Shirley, Katiemae, Velma, Stephen, and Garnett
Symonette, Neville McPhee, Eunice Deveaux, Adolphus, Rupert, Scherell,
and Rev. Cecil Leadon, Nelson Johnson and the Airport Taxi Cab Family.

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


DEATH NOTICE FOR


Corene Lucille Barry, 64

of the Bluff, Eleuthera, died at her residence
on Monday, March 27th, 2006.


She is survived by her Husband: Harrison
Leon Barry, Daughters: Carolyn Hpeburn,
Catherine Neely, Core Ferguson, Cynthia
SWalker, and Ceila Bat y, Sisters: Cleora
Braynen, Dency Moss, Gladys Saunders, and
Dorothy Frederic, Brothers: Rev. Frederick
Kelly and Fr.nklyn Kelly, Seven Grand
S- Children: C:.rey, Nickara, Kenton, K'aja,
Precious, Mario Jr., and: enned,, and a host )f other Relatives and Friends.


Funeral arrangements will be announced I.ter.


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ErII


for


Jemel Bowe

1978-2005


We the Bowes of #206 East Street South are eternally
grateful for all acts of kindness extended to us during our
most painful bereavement.


Special thanks to: Pastor Peter Joseph, who went over
and above the Call of Duty, thanks to the Bowes, Deans,
the Bahamas Cricket Association, the Hon. Leslie Miller,
the St. Cecelia's Urban Renewal Project, the Quintine
Alley Family, the Junkanoo Boys, Sister Lynn Smith, the
Hillview S. D. A. Church Family, and Restview Memorial
Mortuary for a job well done. Again thanks to everyone.
You consoled, comforted and prayed for us, and we
appreciated your gestures!


We know that he is truly gone but will surely
NEVER be forgotten


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3J itouierzait,,e K i1Rortuarp&8c (24n u'wA
,j aomt iment (aonmpany Gt b. /,^<$ ?

Mr. Wendel G. Dean I, U.S. Trained
Managing Funeral Director

Honouring Those Who Die,
Caring For Those We Serve.


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



Notification of Funeral Service for

MR WHINTON GARRHAD
MORLEY, 34
of Blue Hill Road, will be held on Saturday, April
01, 2006 at 11am at Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting
Street. Pastor Timothy Stewart, Pastor Derek
Stubbs, Bishop Solomon Humes and the Associate
Ministers will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn
Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.
The Radiance of this "Amethyst of a Gem" will
always glow in the hearts of his:
Daughter: Whitney;
Son: Kristin;
Mother: Mavis Morley;
Four Brothers: Clarence Jr. Bill and Mansfield Morley and Richard Levarity;
Five Sisters: Karen Stubbs, Rochelle Morley-Stuart, Ruby Morley, Caphy Morley-
Smith and Phenice Morley-Major;
Four Adopted Brothers: Lenvil Noel, Jermaine Smith, Randy Stanilaus and
Kendal Colebroke;
Adopted Sister: Turkessa Bain;
Eighteen Nephews: Nikeo Brown, Jermaine Bethel, C-Jay Charles, James Jr.,
and Deon Nottage, Philip, Sam Jr., Randy, David, Kenneth, Orlando, Jave, Richard
and Michael Morley, Danesio and Traymaine Peet, Dervin and Tyson Stubbs;
Twenty Eight Nieces: Davronette Henson, Kristonette Stubbs, Jillian and Dekoya
Smith, Clarencia, Lillimae, Queenie, Dianna, Marquritte, Charmaine, Cathy,
Corrimae, Carlene, Sharon, Behula and Ann Morley, Ania, Alexandria and Andrea
Major, Veronica Micklewhyte, Anne Brown. Ardel and Mary Johnson, Debra Moxey,
Cynthia and Edith Nottage and Fern Scott;
Twenty Six Grand Nieces: Cheryl, Sandy and Samantha Carey, Kayla Micklewhyte,
Mekeba Dean, Shanda Moss, Clair Leary, Levelle Brown, Shenique Johnson,
Entrice Knowles, Raquel Deveaux, Jessica and Lilly Nottage, Britney Darling,
Takita, Tasma, Kemico, Jessica, Daughn and Sidnisya Morley, Tyiesha Stubbs,
Tenisha and Teniqua Peet;
Twenty Grand Nephews Including: Jaydin Smith, Kaleb Sweeting, Urandle
Grahm, Kenny Micklewhyte, Seldon Brown, Jevon, Geraldo and McNeil Johnson,
LLewlyn Carey, Dencil Diaz, Vontae, James Jr., and Deangelo Nottage, Darren
and Bricheno Morley, Dervin Stubbs and Tremico Peet;
Two Uncles: Leon and John Hutchinson Sr.;
Five Aunts: Blossom Evans, Brenhilda and Norma Hutchinson, Icelyn Fowler and
Dora C. Dean;
Four Brothers-in-Law: Derek Stubbs, Amos Major, James Nottage and Derrick
Stuart;
Four Sisters-in-Law: Cleta, Lorianne, Anna and Florence Morley;
Numerous great grand nephews and nieces and family including: Erica Ward,
Valencia and Portia Rahming, Garnet and Naomi Brown, Carl Anderson, John
and Beverly Woodside, Verena Johnson, Edison Francis, Edson Watson, Ronnie
and Shean Roberts, Clara, Olive and Zera Evans, Ivan and Cynthia, Conyers, Dr.
Gurtrude Holder, Kendal, Patrice and Cyril Marshall, Ricardo Bullard, Abanel
Charles, Ann Smith, Pandora Joseph, Glenroy, Barbara, Charles and Trevor Taylor,
Rosita Taylor-Petral, George Simmons, Doreth C. Dean-Campbell, Wendell G.
Dean II, Talya Marshall-Pinder, Brenda Nesbitt, Beris Barr, James and Barbara
Sweeting, Cheryl Stubbs, Suelynn Stuart, the Curtis Family, other relative 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 30, 2006 from
12noon to 6pm and at Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street on Saturday, April
01, 2006 from 10am to service time.






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QInmoninnafaaltf, J^untral pm w

Independence Drive Phone: 341-4055
"R SIC F


MULLER DANIEL, 24
affectionately called
"Chiller"
of Carmichael Road, will be held
on Saturday, 2:00 pm at
Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Carmichael Road. Rev Laurent
Papouloute assisted by Pastor
Kenel Marcelin will officiate and
interment will follow in the
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
and Spikenard Roads.


Precious memories are held by his parents, Vinsly Daniel and
Janette Augustin; one daughter, Malena D Daniels; one adopted
daughter, Jeniva Elcy; four sisters, Adeline Solvert, Adnard
Augustin, Willar and Angela Daniel; two brothers, Balaquel
and Ally Daniel; two adopted sisters, Roselade Telisima and
Merline; one adopted brother, Ronald Charles; grandmother,
Antonya Belizaire; his fiance, Launa; four nieces, Beluely and
Kindra Sauvert, Anayka, Ermite and Balaniqua Augustin and
Destiny Asia Sweeting; two nephews, Rodinson Sauvert and
Sauve Patieval; aunts, Serge Marie, Galtude, Rita and Angela
Daniel, Monique, Fara, Maderge, Marie, Rose Laine, Lufy and
Lilane Augustine, Olga Joseph-Allen, Francinard and Nanort
Joseph, Gloria Nonorme, Linda Jacque, Marie and Adel Simon
and Marie Edgecombe and Lala Francois; uncles, Faoluis,
Gulbert, Bazel and Abner Augustin, Henery, Evner and Bernard
Joseph, Paul Emil and William Daniel and Daniel Simon;
mother-in-law, Christein Daniels Bulfor; sisters-in-law, Rosie
Daniels; brothers-in-law, Sony Tiuomper, Saintil Sauvert, Jean
Rene, Michelet and Leo Daniels; cousins, Meronique, Eliane
and Moniqua Metezier, Roseline, Aline, Silveta, Faolelien,
Fanard, Verland, Fadilia, Nadeg, Carol and Christina Augustina,
Alguta Cumberbatch, Jyfy and Ted Daniel, Antonize, Malaine
Raphael, Brenda, Denicia, Erma, Rolando, Yvamrd and
Bernadette Joseph, Fany, Sherry, Yvonn, Fedlinn and Yslandy
Nonorme, Albertha and Dianna Baptiste, Brenda, Faulicha,
Loehann and Rozy Simon, Wilda, Dianna, Rozy, Jacline,
Daniella and Kimberly Simon, Claudin and Euelin Francois,
Kelly, Mrs Louis, Loremis, Serge, Predelus Anderson and Eddie
Baptiste, Francion, Winder, Sanagne, Jacson, Winson, John,
Wisla, Macsilien, Adlin, Falien, Jacklin, David, Tony, Nony,
Morley,.Nick, Manelycy, Billo, Uicky Charles, Radge, Dyoy,
Ronal, Serge, Patic, Elionel, Dyon, Gordy, Edoigt, Jean, Rorf,
Jocelyn and Bexter; friends, the Clarke family, Hot Boy, Gino,
Nakito, Willna, Mrs Charlie, Mark, Charles, Micky, Gluenda,
Simon, Fredrick, Leo Rolle, Mr and Mrs Livingston Rolle, Carlin
from Jamaica, Bernard and Torest Rolle, Ziky, Gislene Vilburn
and family and the entire community of Carmichael Road.
Relatives and friends may view the remains at The Chapel of
Memories, Independence Drive on Friday from 10:30 to 7:00
pm on Saturday from 11:00 to 12:00 noon and at the church
from 1:00 pm to service time.


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

SAL FO


FL~


Mr. Sean
Ricardo "Yoda"
Mackey, 35


4*.; F. \ of #10 Elizabeth Estates
will be held on Saturday,
April 1st, 2006 at 11:00
a.m. at St. Margaret's
Anglican Church, Kemp
Road.. Officiating will be
.Re V '.d Ft C Josep h
Mycklewhyte Assisted by
.Rev'd Angela Palacious
and Rev'd F r. Laish Boyd. Interment will follow
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his memories are his Two (2) Sons;
Da 'Sean and Ke 'Sean Mackey; Mother; Jacqueline
Mackey; Six (6) Brothers; Gordon, Samuel Jr.,
Dwayne, Keith, Stephen and Marvin Mackey; Five
(5) Sisters; Christine Jones, Cleo Spence, Marilyn
Nagee, Margaret Beneby and Barbara Mackey; His
Fiancee; Samantha Rigby; Eleven (11) Aunts; Carmen
Rolle, Joycelyn Colebrooke, Dollymae Petty, Berthlee
Adderley, Vernette Minnus, Rowena, Reinee and
Lenny Mackey, Marilyn Gray of Miami, Florida, Anna
and Rosie Williams; Twelve (12) Uncles; Curlin, Fred,
Ivan Jr. and Deacon Calvin Williams, Herbert, Ivan,
Herman and Joseph "Joe" Mackey, Alphonso and
Charles Bradley of Miami, Florida, Brent Petty and
Richard Rolle Sr.; Thirteen (13) Nieces; Fourteen
(14) Nephews; One (1) Nephew-in-law; Two (2)
Sisters-in-law; Asta and Nancy Mackey; Four (4)
Brothers-in-law; David Nagee, Dwayne Beneby,
Dave Spence and Kim Heastie and a host of other
relatives and friends including; The Customs family,
The Elizabeth Estates family, The Kemp Road family
and others too numerous to mention.

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


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7a JMemorial Service

for


Sara 6. ardelmeier

will be be held at St. Anne's Anglican Church, Fox Hill
Road, Nassau, The Bahamas on Saturday 1st April, 2006
at llam.

Sara was born 29th August, 1925 at St. Augustine, Florida.
Her childhood, until early adult years was spent in Virginia.
Sara died on January 23rd, 2006 at Teachcoign, her home
in the Eastern Road, Nassau.

She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Wm. E.
Bardelmeier; her daughter; Reverend Robin Bardelmeier-
Ingema of Millbro6k, N.-::and Nassau: her.son, William
B El der Bardelmeier of Nassau and Holland, Michigan; her
.five grandchildren. Meghan and Hillary Henderson and
iv Andrea. Ha ilee.ahd -l A-ixarder .Bardelmeier

Sara Bardelmeier took up residence in Nassau in early
1955 and subsequently became, a permanent resident. She
was an avid gardener, who, along with a small group of
Bahamian friends, founded The Horticultural Society of
The Bahamas. The Society and its members remained
very dear to her.

She was a long time member of the International Garden
Club and a member of the Orchid Society. For several
years she was an understudy of Mrs. Langlois, Creator
of the Retreat where Sara learned to care for the palms in
the newly acquired Gardens of The Bahamas National
Trust. The gardens have continued to flourish under many
other volunteer and professional caring hands.

Sara was honored by the Zonta Club as a living Legend
in Horticulture. She was a member and volunteer assistant
of the Nassau Music Society. She served as a volunteer
teacher at St. Anne's School, Fox Hill in the 1950's and
an early Yellow Bird Volunteer at Princess Margaret
Hospital.

Donations in honour of Sara may be made to the
following charity organizations:

St. Anne's Social Outreach Program, P.O. Box N-1569,
Nassau, The Bahamas or the Bahamas Humane Society,
P.O. Box N-242, Nassau in memory of Mrs. Sara E.
Bardelmeier.


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Memorial Service
For


HANS "PETER" KUGLER
July 5, 1940 March 20, 2006


Memorial and celebration of his life to be held
Saturday, April 1, 2006 at 4:30 p.m.
Paradise Harbour Club and Marina, Paradise Island


He is survived by his wife and business partner Erika
Kugler; his sons Jan Kugler (Hamburg) and Peer
Kugler (Berlin); cousin Wolfgang Winter; and step-
niece and nephew Corinne and Olivier Fankhauser.


In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to be
made to the Children's Paradise Foundation, which
provides vacations for orphaned and homeless children
of the Bahamas, P.O. Box SS 6308, Nassau, Bahamas.


Arrangements by Kemp's Funeral Home Limited, 22
Palmdale Avenue, Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas.






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EA S SN 'RSE MORTUARY



",4 New C ~.nmitm.en To Service'1

FUERLSERVC FOR


Douglas "Red Neely Jr:. 21


S of Bluff. Eleuthera will be held on
SSaturda u April lit. 200( at II a m. at
SNet, Vision Church of God, Bluff.
V 2 Eleuthera Officiating % ill be Bishop
Theophilus Stuart as',ited b) Bishop
DudleK Kellv. Interment % ill follow \ in
the Public Cemetery, Bluff. Eleuthera.
He is sur\i% ed by hi, ife. Nicola
Neel): his parents. Douglas and Sarah
NeelN. I daughter. Sarah Dounae Neel.:
2 step-daughters. Eunice and Felicia
Kell. I ,rtep-son. De ante Kell\. his grandmother. MNrs Brenda Francis.
4 si sters. Aldora and Deandra Neel. Shaniqua Hanna and Precious Bain:
2 brothers. Stexen Neel\ Jr.. and Ierem\ Johnson, his mother-in-la\w. Nh.
Beti. Kell\. father-in-lat. Mlr Anthony- Bethel; adoptive mother-in-lax\ .
Nlr,. \\eanr, Johnson. -tep mother-mn-la,.', Nrs. Helena Bethel: grnandmother-
in-ij%,. Nl Inez K'ell,, grandtather-in-lav.'. MN r. Nler in Kell\ uncles.
Phillip Bro'. n. Sohnimon. Ed ard, Alfred. Christopher and Marto Neely,
\\eldon [Da\ Is and Caleb \\ilon. aunts. Mlarsha Gibson. Doris Wilon.
M\olt Dj. i. \\'llami ie Neelt. Lucille Mlurnin:-. E.el\ n. 11l'tr. Marinete.
Cathennc an..il a\smini Nee!,. J.min a Smith. Chrisune Ncrlv anl Rebertha
Lhiihthourn: niece Rj' en. Jamnek.,. Candice ind Ra\n.itra. nephev.s.
Stcven Neel, j.: .te.en Ke!. i .LDe\one Kell',. MNiuel McDonald and
Ra,., nard Bethel. _-,.tei--in-Ll\.. -nn M'cDoi:,ld. Cleo and Rose Bethel and
M i. hell: N':.',: h ,ilier'-irn-l-... .Sie ie. Gar in arn .- And\ Kell', and
Ra\ mond b,-thel. nlulerotusL cio sins valentine \erne-,:ah. Mark. Caleb.
Ja-son. Be-lln a. Nltiquite-. Sei.i. Sh-shana. Stelano. Sapphire. Feleshia.
Alicia. Scan. -\a.ird. Appei.iii.. -\perkecia. Sophia. Shalonda. Allreda. AJ..
Chii,. Ste\en. Lasha rn. L.ashonda. Carl. Christopoff. Chritsonia.
Chrlis-opherson. \alentuine Ir C)Oca. Deinse. Jason. Darren. Nlarco, Di ai ne.
Onen Jr Ola.. Aliss. Rashad. Aaron. Constant and Chris Jr uncles-in-
la\\. BillI and intotn Kell\: aunt-s-in-law. Belinda Dorsette. Lorraine
Neill and Glendina \\ illiam-s. granduncle. Johnaton Leadon. Stanlin.
Truman and Sanford Hud-son: grand-aunts. Aletha Hudson. Sandra Hudson
and M1rtis Leadon; step grand-father. Marc Francis: special friends.
Antonio. Dano. Kimsley, Samuel. Shane and Demero; other relatives and
friends, Ms Virginia Neely and family, Betty Hudson and family. Orean
Neelv and family. Pastor Dudley Kelly and familN. Ma-rjone Pedican and
family. Denck Glico and family. Nurse Bro\ n and tamil\, lytris Hudson
and family, Dr. Mensha. Nurse Curtis. The entire Pinder Family, The North
Eleuthera Police Department. Rosie Hudson and faJnily. Mrs. Rose Neel)
and family, Mrs Elaine McDonald and family Mrs Veronica Jones and
family Ms. Laura Anderson and family, Mildred Johnson and family. The
Darville family. The Entire Staff at Romona Bay. The entire staff at Pink
Sands, The entire Iland of Eleuthera and The North Eleuthera High School.
Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunnse Mortuary, Rosetta
Street. Palmdale from 2 p.m to 5 p.m. on Thursday and again on Friday
from 10 a.m. to 2 30 p m. and in the Bluff, Eleuthera from 7.30 p.m. at the
Church on Fnday until s-ern ice time on Saturday.



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Would like to express our sincere thanks and
appreciation to all those persons who supported
us in anyway during our time of loss of our mother.
Special thanks goes out to the president of Bahamas
Conference of S.D.A.. Dr. Pastor L. H. Johnson,
Dr. Pastor H.A. Roach, Pastor Peter Joseph, Pastor
of the Hillview S.D.A. Church and all the other
ministers and members of The Bahamas Conference
of S.D.A. Our sincere thanks goes out to the
management and staff of Atlantis Hotel & Resort,
the Ministry of Tourism, Licensing Section, staff
of Crystal Palace Casino and the Doctors and
Nurses of The Princess Margaret Hospital, Female
Medical 1. Special thanks also goes out to Restview
Memorial Mortuary& Crematorium and Lakeview
Memorial Gardens & Mausoleum. To all those
persons we have forgotten to mention, our special
thanks.

May God continue to hold us all in the palm
of his hands.

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MAURICE OLDEN
MORTIMER, 79


a resident of Canterbury Park and
formerly of Mayaguana will be held at
Our Lady of the Holy Soul Catholic
Church, Deveaux Street on Saturday,
11:45am. Officiating will be Fr. Michel
Kelly, SS.CC. assisted by Rev. Deacon
Peter Rahming and Rev. Deacon
Maxwell Johnson. Interment follows in
the Ex-Servicemen Cemetery, Infantview
Road.
Left to cherish the blessings and
memories of his life are his loving wife, Cynthia; sons, Maurice, Kendal
and Renbert Gerard; daughters, Roselyn Marie Rolle, Marcia Jane,
Chief Inspector Theresa Hanna, Bernice Marie Willis, Bridgett Geirgett
Pratt; brother, Bruce Mortimer of Orlando, Florida; grandchildren, Derreck
Ingraham, Marcel, Andra, Catherine, Renbert and Rena Mortimer,
Jermaine Smith, Omah and Alexis Hanna, Monique, Shana and Andre
Rolle, Christina Pratt, Devon Ryan; sons-in-law, Attorney Norwood A.
Rolle, Geddes A, Willis, Christopher C. Pratt; daughter-in-law, Theresa
and Eula Mortimer; brothers-in-law, Albert Rigby, Lionel and Robert
Rose, George Gardiner, James Morley, Hubert Poitier, Franklin Pratt;
sisters-in-law, Bernice Mortimer and Idell Black of Orlando, Florida,
Louise, Cleomi, Thelma, Marva ad Betty Rose, Rose Culmer, Pandora
Pratt, Patricia Johnson, Carmetta Williams; numerous nephews and
nieces including Gerald and Julie Hamilton, Tyrone and Rhonda Magee,
Michael, Bruce and Joseph Mortimer of Orlando, Florida, Ingrid White,
Albert, Christine, Kendal, Donald, Archie, Joseph and Ernestine Rigby,
Annamae and Sammy Delva, Garthwell and Zenniemae Johnson,
Attorneys Jacob and Lynden Rose, Cecil, Maxwell, Phyllis, Ednel, Philip,
Brian, Fenrick, Priscilla, Monique and Sargent Denise Rose, Attorneys
Debra Munnings and Sharon Hutchinson, Kenneth Christie, Philip
Johnson, Dorrie Delancy, Sherrie, Gerard, Gervaise, Nettica, Quentin,
Christine, Dianne, Patrick, Keith; other family and friends including Dr.
Maurice Brooks and family, Hubert Dean and family, Edward Bobby
Glinton and family, Britt, Anthony, Richard, Dorsey, Stanya and Shamika
White and family, Roy Glass and family, Rev. Terrance Morrison and
family, Rev. Stephen Thompson and family, Albert and Mabel Daxon
and family, Henrietta Miller, Helen Humes and family, Delores Nottage
and family, John and Erva Hall and family, Rollen Goffe and family,
Moncur, Seymour, King family, Marvin and Nancy Pinder, Gertlene Miller
and family, Brontis Adderley and family, Stafford Munnings and family,
Florinda Bastian and family, Brenda and Roland Clarke, Attorneys Derek
Ryan, Rahming family, Dorothy Sands and family, Derek and Valderine
Williams Wilson family, Janice Saunders and Majestic Tours family,
Dorothy Hanna and family, Ferguson family, Kayla Bullard, Turnquest
family, Ophelia Major and family, James Moss and family, Stubbs family,
Henry Saunders and family, Scavella's Barbering, Doreen Fernander,
Emerald, the Brooks, Charlton, Daxon, Darville, Hart families, Joel
Thompson and family, Our Lady's Faith Community and Pastoral Team,
Our Lady's 6:30am Choir, Sunlight Cottage, the Lexington Aveune and
Canterbury Park families and other friends to numerous to mention but


have also brought blessings and laughter to him through his life journey.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street from 10-6pm on Friday and at the church from 11am until
service time.


LEVI ALEXANDER
"The Bear" LAING, 75
a resident of #195 Millennium Gardens
and formerly of Freetown, Grand Bahama
will be held at New Bethlehem Baptist
Church, Independence Drive on Saturday
at 11am. Officiating will be Rev. Everette
J. Brown assisted by Rev. Tyrone Laing,
Rev. Errol Farquharson, Elder Yvonne
Deveaux, Elder Viola Roberts and Minister
Christine Seymour. Interment follows in
Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.
Left to mourn his memory are his wife, Mrs. Tyler Louise Laing; two
sons, Rev. Tyrone Alexander Laing and Levi Laing Jr.; three daughters,
Mrs. Andrea Roberts, Mrs. Charlene Haven, Mrs. Elaine Fawkes; three
adopted children, Ricardo, Owen and Alicia Hart; one sister, Mrs.
Remelda Thomas of Freeport, Grand Bahama; two brothers, Hermis
and Leon Laing; one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Cheryl Laing; two sons-in-
law, Mr. Carl Roberts and Mr. Tyrone Haven; seven sisters-in-law, Mrs.
Myrtis Gardiner, Mrs. Marion Culmer, Winette, Brenda, Elaine Agatha
and Trellis Laing; one brother-in-law, Mr. Cornelius Gardiner; 14
grandsons, Gershan, Tyrone Sean, Kevin, Omar and Oneil Laing, Erick,
Tyrone, Demery, Taniel and Tyran Haven, Jonathan Fawkes, Germaine
Brown and Carlos Roberts; nine granddaughters, Gem and Deandrea
Laing, Tanya and Shakara Haven, Johnell and Torkell Fawkes, Mrs.
Nadia Kerr, Mrs. Natasha Nottage and Natalie Armbrister; 15 great-
grandchildren, 18 nieces, Brenda Thompsom, Pearlene McKinney,
Carla and Monique, Mrs, Sophia Pinder, Tamara Moxey, Leona Laing,
Mrs. Tanya Knowles, Desiree Johnson, Donna Hudson, Daphne Laing,
Bridgette Kemp, Alexis Laing, Mrs. Valette and Mrs. Samone Laing,
Mrs. Arnette Ferguson, Mrs. Tarelle Forbes, Danette and Page Gardiner;
13 nephews, Vincent Laing, Domonique, Kenneth, Dale, Leonard,
Logan, Hermes and Julian Laing, Kenneth Gardiner, Shane Gardiner,
Allen Thompson, Luke Gardiner and Kevin Culmer; numerous relatives
and friends including Rev. Everette Brown and family, Kimberley Poitier,
Mrs. Patrice Cartwright, Elder Cora McPhee and family, Rev. Joseph
Saunders and family, Rev. Hayden Dean and family, Elva Henfield and
family, Deacon John Farrington and family, Mrs. Verlene Clarke, Deloris
Deleveaux, Ms. Dorine Ferguson, Valderind Rahming and family, Janice
John and family, Barbara and Lilymae Rankin and family, Halison Tillence
and family, Evangelist Sylvia Curtis and family, Michael Devulier and
family, Janet Carey and family, Cecil Higgs and family and the Bodie
family.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street from 10-6pm on Friday and on Saturday at the church
from 10am until service time.


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SSHERVIN ALBERT STUBBS, 50
a resident of Cedar Drive, Yellow Elder,
will be held at Grace Community Church,
Palmetto Village on Saturday at 11am.
Officiating will be Sr Pastor Lyall Bethell
assisted by Elder Cyril Peet. Interment follows
in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Left to cherish his memory are his mother,
Leona Boulding; father Pastor Henry Inniss;
stepfather, William Boulding; mother-in-law,
SAgretha Spence; father-in-law, Edwin Spence;
daughter, Tiffany Swain; sons, Terell, Shirvin
and Shirvon Stubbs; son-in-law, Hartly Swain; grandchildren, Tekedra, Timothy
Jr., Hartly and Joshua Swain; brothers, Ricardo, Wayde, Richie, Gregory,
Jason and Mark Stubbs, Jeffrey, Lloyd, John Jr. and Dwight Inniss; sisters,
Shareka Stubbs, Monique, Valderine, Darnell and Dr. Raquel Inniss; aunts,
Louise Taylor of Atlanta, Georgia, Caroline Morrison, Evangeline Sweeting,
Sylvia Thompson, Sandra, Hazel, Veronica and Angela Demeritte, Althea
Collie, Melover and Elizabeth Inniss, Elizabeth Booner, Delores Adderley,
Brenda King, Anne Collie, Sharon, Deborah and Stacy Stubbs; uncles, Rev.
George Sweeting of Delray Beach, Bishop Donald Sweeting, Rev. Cordell
Delancy, Vincent and James Sweeting, Kirkwood, Gladstone, Alfred and
Roland Demeritte, Paganani, Roderick Earl and Codman Inniss, Jerry, Phillip,
Michael, Anthony, Brian Wayne, Sidney and Marco Stubbs; sister-in-law,
Akera Stubbs; grandmother, Kathleen Moss; grandaunt, Sadie Curtis; nieces,
Demetria, Riccara, Rickea, Jade, Richae, Danea, Janea and Sonovia;
nephews, Delmaro, Kendrick, Reo, Ricky, Kierro, Wayde Jr., Malik, Dominic,
Rico, Ryan, Donova and Richie Jr.; special friend, Sharon; other relatives
and friends including Ellie Mackey, Eloise Sands and family, Princess Margaret
Hospital staff, Grace Community family, Geneva Gardiner and family, Christian
Day Care family, Anne Knowles and family, Mareah Evans and family, The
Yellow Elder Gardens family and Hencley McKinney and family.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street from 10-6pm on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10am until
service time.


ETIENNE EUGENE SANDS, 69


a resident of Canaan Lane will be held at
St. Matthews Anglican Church, East Shirley
Street on Saturday at 10arr. Officiating will
be Rev. Dr. James Moultrie assisted by Fr.
Don Haynes. Interment willows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish his happy memory are his
wife, Elease Smith Sands; seven daughters,
Alisa Sands, Joan Tucker, Donna Moss, Nancy
Knowles, Elouise Davis, Linda Haschker and
S/ Elizabeth Stubbs of Eleuthera in Governor's
-" Harbour; four sons, Richard Sands of Exuma,
Cedric Smith of Philadelphia, Etienne Knowles
of Eleuthera and Brent Sands; two brothers, David Knowles and Ricardo
Sands of Freeport; nOmerous grandchildren, A'vardo, Alicia, Latoya, Harrold,
Rebecca, Warren, Corintha, Cassandra, Cedric, Sidney, Shavargo, Sanchez,
Desamona, Vicxet, Victor Jr., Victorian; one sister, Naomi Williams; son-in-
law, Victor Knowles, William Tucker of Andros; sister-in-law, Wilhemina


Knowles, Olga Sands Vera Douglas of Green Castle, Eleuthera, Marche
Hunter; brother-in-law, Hollid Smith; numerous nieces and nephews including,
Rodger Sands, Robert Sands, Kevin Sands, Richard Sands, Philip Knowles,
Dwayne Knowles, Kenneth Sands, Barry Sands, Cliffon Smith Sr., Charles
Gibson, Anthony and Carl, Cesville and Eric Smith, Joseph Ferguson Jr.,
Raymond Sands, Kwiesi, David, Charlie, Lavardo, Leonardo, Resse Sands
of Freeport, Bernadette, Theresa, Etienne, Sylvia Jenny Bullard Dorine
Cooper, Naomi, Douglas, Rosie, Stephanie Deborah, Ruth, Mary Mackey,
Martha, Fay Saunders, Eleanor Knowles, Angel Glinton, Christine, Elizabeth
Ferguson of Miami, Florida, Louise, Keith; a host of other relatives and friends
including Dorothy Francis and family, Vernita Adderley and family, Kera and
Margo, Joy, Virginia and family, Stanford Ferguson and family, Aaron Seymour
and family, Tony Carey Eloise Moncur, Donna Longley, Linda, Kent, Robert
Elliot, Brian, Joseph Ferguson Sr. of Miami, Florida, Helena Ferguson and
family, Norma, Snack Food Wholesale Limited, Eloise Missick, Sweeting
family, Willis, Diana, Ezara,.Leona; Dorie, Tim, Edvin, Ivan, Sarmmie, Inez
Canaan Lane community, Sornny Newbold, Barry Williams, Stive, Elliot,
Marilyn and family, Donald Russell of' New York and Hawkis Hill community.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte', PFunral: Horie, Market
Street from 10-6pm on Fridayi'ad at the church from 9am uitil s vice time.


RICHARD WELLINGTON
SANDS, 87


r a resident of Bellot Road and formerly of
Rock Sound, Eleuthera will be held at Church
S /. of God of Prophecy, Carmichael Road on
Saturday at 10am. Officiating will be Pastor
Paulette Johnson assisted by Pastor Diana
Culmer. Interment follows in Southern
Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.
Left to cherish his memory are his wife,
Winifred Vernita Sands nee Symonette; sons
and spouses, Richard Rollin and Yvonne
Sands, David and Coralee Sands, Jonathan
and Joan Sands, Gregory and Verneek Sands, Craig and Stephanie Sands
and Joseph Sands; daughters and spouses, Willamae and Marcus Johnson,
Vernincha and Ellis Peet and Donna Smith; grandchildren, Sheila Sands,
Shaheen Taylor, Chauncey Jones, Kharie, Jeremy and Oprah Johnson, Terez
and Shakera Sands, Rachael, Jared, Ruth, Naomi and Saniel Sands, Terez
Sturrup, Lakeisha Smith, Yoann, Jonathan Jr., Jovann and John Sands,
Walcott Sands, Kevin, Patrice, Deisha and Lashay Sands; great-grandchildren,
Alexis, Sylvester, Krystal, Kristen,Junika, Martin, Michael, Daniel and Caryn;
sisters, Miriam Martin and Inez Butler; sisters-in-law, Zilpha Sands and
Francis Symonette; nephews, James, Preston, Charles, Canon Kirkley, Derek
and Andre Sands, Garnet Hall and Wesley Forbes, Leon, Pastor Ishmael,
Minister Johnny and Colins Martin and John Moxey; nieces, Elizabeth Higgs,
Jocelyn Woodside and Janet Small, Agnes Burrows, Thelma and Henretta
Thompson, Andrella and Jasmin Sands, Bridgette Ward and Aleisha Stanilauch;
other survivors include numerous gandnieces and nehews and special
Friends including Dame Justice Joan Sawyer, Alfred Roker, Joseph Smith,
Nichole Rolle, Gileal, Prescott Burrows, Japhra and others too numerous to
mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street from 10-6pm on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9am until
service time.


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Kipling Rudyard
Saunders, 67
Of #5 Althea Lane will be held in
Saturday April 1st, 2006, 10:45am at St.
Joseph's Catholic Church, Boyd Road.
Officiating will be Fr. Martin Gomes,
SS.CC. Interment will follow in the
Church's Cemetery.
Left to cherish his memory are his
wife, Clarita Saunders; son, Gregory
Saunders; daughters, Mrs. Stephenie
Wray, Mrs. Bernadette Kerr, Mrs.
Francesca Smith; grandchildren, Stephan
Saunders, Shannon Butterfield, Sharaz,
Shaquan and Steven Wray, Tamika and
Kiano and Antonice Saunders, Rhudi and Rudolph Kerr, Kennedy, Britney and
Genesy and Andrea Smith; great-grandchild, Malachi Butterfield; sons-in-law,
Steven Wray, Rudolph Kerr, Kendrick Smith; daughters-in-law, Charlene and
Michelle Saunders; sisters, Mrs. Barbara Stubbs, Mrs. Persis Saunders; Brothers,
Thomas and Charles Saunders; aunts, Mrs. Cynthia Elliott and Mrs. Monica
Johnson; counsins, Clovis Elliott and family, Gerard, Eulie Elliott, Lawrence,
Deborah Elliott and family Terrance Elliott and family, Marcella Elliott, Deckery
and Christine Johnson and family, Neville and Constance Moss and family,
Barry and. Catherine Wood and family, Jack Davis and family, Cynthia Davis
and family, Patrick Davis and family; sisters-in-law, Patsy Nichols, Hazel
Saunders, Eloise Cleare, Elizabeth Brown, Lilymae Flowers of New York,
Gwendolyn Duncanson; brothers-in-law, Paul Genore and Bernard Turquest;
numerous nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends including
the Barry family of Bluff, Eleuthera, Mae Coakley and family, Sylvia Bain and
family, Herbert and Jennie Huyler and family, the Wilchcombe family. Leonard
and Eloise Archer and family, Triam and Rosemarie Deveaux and family,
Wellington and Mary Davis and family, Ed and Paula Carey and family, Milford
and Emily Lockhart and family, Roy Smith and family, Jimmy and Sylvia
Coakley, Catherine Brown, Japheth and Irene Ferguson, Gloria Ingraham Grant
and family, Maxine Lord and family, George Coakley, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Thurston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Butterfield, Deacon Taylor and
family, Tezel Stevens, Levi Laing, Vanette Laing and family, Maretta Rolle
and family, Gloria Grant, Maria Johnson, Mrgaret Thompson, the McQuay
family, Dressier and family of Miami, Florida, Julia Thompson and Vision of
Hope Prayer Group, Spirit Ablaze Prayer Group, Shares of the Word Prayer
Group, the Sister of Saint Martin's Monastery, Saint Joseph's Senior Choir,
the Ladies Auxilary, Legion of Mary, Saint Joseph's Church family, Father
Martin Gomes, Monsignor Simeon Roberts, the staff of Terry's Hardware, all
the boys of Tasty Inn.and the staff of the I.C.U. Ward at the Princess Margaret
Hospital.
The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer Chappel at Ferguson's Funeral
Directors, 7th Terrace Collins Avenue on Friday from 10am to 5pm and on
Saturday at the church from 9:45 unti service time.


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lle/ami (4/te It/-e

HUBERT DELEVEAUX
Acknowledges with grateful appreciation all
expressions of sympathy resulting from his recent
death. Your efforts have done so much for us,
bringing hope and cheer when they were most
needed.
,;' Special thanks are extended to Bishop
., Franklin Ferguson, Bishop Hulan Hanna,
the Men's Fellowship Choir, the Sanctuary
'" ... -. Choir, their Bahamas Brass Band and the
entire membership of the Church of God
of Prophecy East Street; Bishop Reuben
Deleveaux and the Deleveaux family
Reunion. Dr. Ilsa Grant-Taylor, Bethel
Brothers Morticians for a job well done
and everyone that called, offered prayers,
gave gifts or just a word of encouragement.
God saw you getting tired, so He did what He thought best;
He put His arms around you and said, "Come and rest."
He opened up His golden gates on that heartbreaking day;
and with His arms around you, you gently slipped away.
It broke our hearts to see you go, You did not go alone;
A part of us went with you, the day God called you home.
Thank you for taking the time to touch our lives in a most beautiful way.
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CLUB CAR GOLF CARTS & UTILITY VEHICLES
NEW AND USED GAS OR ELECTRIC
002 PASS ELECT ST @ $2300. 2005 4 PASS GAS
LOADED $6700
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD 394-4823
FAMILi' ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.
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PUPPIES FOR SALE
Rottweiler/
chow chow puppies
3 brown, 3 tan,
tall docked, had first
shots. 6 weeks old
$400.00
Serioue enquiries
only
Tel: 326-1296
Cell: 535-7741


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SFP3000 & SFP 4000 WITH 5.5HP
HONDA ENGINE. SALE PRICE
$2490 & $2690
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD.
394-4823
FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE
242-300-1213.


TRIB #582B


BRIGGS & STRATTON PORTABLE
GENERATORS
RELIABLE NAME YOU CAN TRUST /
2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
GENERATORS STARTING
@ $899
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD.

394-4823 / FAMILY ISL.
TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.


HIGH- END
WIRELESS NOTEBOOKS FOR SALE
BRAND NEW
Dell,Toshiba or HP Mobile notebooks with free
carrying case including the following specs:- Wi-Fi,
15" to 15.4" LCD display, 512 megs of ram, DVD-
RW/CD-RW,DVD- Rom 60 gig HDD, 3-4 hour battery
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


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8 CUBIC FT CAPACITY WITH 8HP
HONDA ENGINE
SALE PRICE $2995 CONCRETE MIXERS ALSO
AVAILABLE
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823 /
FAMILY ISL TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.


TRIB #573
1999 SUV, FORD EXPEDITION
Navy with grey leather interior, 4600CC
AC, tape deck, CD changer
FOR SALE "AS IS"
Make an offer
TEl: 362-4509 or 362-4329


rRIB #566
1992 HONDA CIVIC
Green with grey interior
$2,500.00
CD player, AC, 17" rims, alarm,
Silver muffler tip
Tel: 361-8447 Cell: 454-5702


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2005 YAMAHA R6
only 3.286 miles.
with newv tires.
underiail kit, blue L E.D.lighi in engine area
along wlii upgraded
performance sprocker prced 4 quicK sale
$4300.00 ONO

Tel 502-8603
Cell. 535-6563

OWNER LEAVING ISLAND


'RIB #607
1994 DODGE RAM 1500
Black with grey interior
$7,000.00 ONO
Great for work and play, 20" gun metel black
wheels, subwoofer CD MP3 player, Priced for
quick sale
Tel: 424-1263 or 322-2142 ext 2234


2002 NiSSAN ALTIMA
Mint green, good condition,
20" chrome rims,
$16,000 ONO
Serious inquiries only
727-0364 or 646-951 c


TRIB #594
Guitar Amp Modeler Pedalboard
Top Quality FX and Modeling
For the Stage or the Studio. Just Like New
$450
Tel: 327-5237


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FRIB u588- PIT7BULLS
$800.00 or best offer
Triple Crown Kennels presents (2) of the best blood
line in the world, Pups from the monster called dark
side (Mckenna) and take a chance (Peterson) sold ith
1st shots and dewormed,
All low-riders, Ask for Bobo 436-4561


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TRIB P422- MN FAMILY AFFAIR 53FT PME
Fully equip fishing vessel, all equipment in new
condition. 1271 main engine rebuilt 03, 27KW Kubota
generator put in 2002 ,Two 3 ton compressor freezer
units put in 2001, water maker, Aluminum stabilizers
and a 2,1000 gallon gas tank. Central air 3 ton train unit
put in 2005, Anchor winch, Automatic pilot, sideband,
depth finder, GPS, and VHF. sleeps 10
$180,000.00
Boat in Eleuthera tel: 335-3410, 3353296, 3353224
Nassau 3932377


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


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


TRIB #602



MEN SUITS
100% Super,
120 wool Suits
3 suits for 600.00
3 suits from $570.00
5 Pants from $125.00
Tel: 362-1864
Cell: 455-9457


Airbrush Set Gun,
compressor, extra needle point stencils,
serious inquiries only, $400,
Call: 393-6926


BF #824
Microwaves,Vacuum Cleaners
and DVD Players,PS2's and Game Cube.
ALL MUST GO!! No reasonable offer rejected
324-4651 or page me @ 380-6246


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RIB #544
MOTOROLA SWIVEL L7 Black 485.00
Pink Razr $399, Black Razr $325, Blue razr
$365, V500 $299, V188 $190, CT66 $235,
Phone from $90 & up, CD player's from
$135.00 & up, JVC Sony Pioneeer Xbox $245
PS2, $235.00, Speaker's 6x9 $99.00
Tel: 242-436-8495


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TRIB #580 Black with beige/brown leather interior.
FOR SALE: $4,300.00 (obo) From the US,
One 1995 Honda Honda Civic four door sedan, silver 4 door, automatic, power windows/doors.
with spoiler, sun roof, power steering, fully loaded in sunroof, AC 6 disc CD changer, keyless entry,
excellent condition, air conditioned spoiler with fog sunroof, A 6 D changereylessentry,
lights, new tires. XM radio ready great on gas. dual airbags, Very clean
Interested persons are asked to $10,800.00
call Ph # 395 0577 Tel: 361-7171 Cell: 434-4182


2002 Sebring Limited Convertible 2D
Silver with blue top, loaded.
One owner leaving,
$19,000
Seats 4, leather interior, 5 CD player.
Cell: 427-5513,
Tel 363-4514


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2000/2001 Audi S4 Twin Turbo 2.7L V6
350 hp + 400 ft/lbs. torque
all available options including leather, tint, Bose CD,
pwr. windows/seaLs. sunroof, HID headlights and
more
regularly services and iuned (oil changed every 5k
miles
pre-.mpon full U S Aud, 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
cola air intake, soundproofing, Xenon lights & more
Like new and in perfect running order
(service records available)
PRICE REDUCED, BEST OFFER
day; 502-879 or cell: 424-3119


tarey wnn greywnrne inienor
$7,800.00 ONO
9 seater, Excellent condition, Standard shift.
Must See
Tel: 362-1864 Cell: 455-9457











TRIB #605- 2003 HONDA CRV
Burgundy with black/grey interior
$20,000.00
One owner, AC, sound system, tinted, almost
new, power windows, just serviced,
alarm system, power lock
Tel: 325-4755 Cell: 425-0806


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






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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


FOR SALE:
$2,000.00 (obo)
One 1999 three seater 1200 cc Jet Ski bike for
sale, which comes with a trailer
and two life vest.
The bike is in need of repairs and is being sold
as is. Interested persons are asked to
call: 395 0577.


1995 HONDA ACCORD, V-TEC
Intake, headers exhaust act, 4 pad race
disk, projector head and tail lights, coiloverE
18" black rims
Serious enquiries only
$5,300.00
Cell: 535-8521 or 323-3368






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TRIB #421
3 SPANISH WELLS MARINER
Built boats for sale, 2 of thiem brand new, built
in May & June of 2005. EnQines are 115 four
stroke Mercury 2005 models. 1 built in 2001,
engine is-2006 115 four stroke Mercury. All
boats come with compress, VHF, GPS, anchors,
bimini tops & all ropes, Have 2 new E-Z trailer
for these boats, all aluminum & stainless. New
boats with trailer $27,000, 2001 boat $20,000
(with out trailer) Con: Eleuthera 3353296,
3353410, 3353224 Nassau 3932377


2000 PONTIAC GRAND AM
Silver with grey interior
$5,500.00 OBO
4 door, CD player w/sound system,
alarm, AC, Excellent condition
Tel: 364-7733 Cell: 636-1186


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1983 MERDECES 240 SEDAN
Diesel, bronze with bronze interior, 4 door
$10,500.00
Auto, AC, CD, radio, like new!
Tel: 327-7771/2


1991 FORD EXPLORER
Black with grey interior
$1500.00 ONO
AC, CD, Auto, AS IS
Tel: 477-4353


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


2000 PLYMOUTH NEON, SEDAN
White with brown interior,
AC, CD, Runs very well.
Everything works.
Asking $5,750.00 OBO
MUST SELL!!!
Tel: 364-7950 or 455-0763


1994 NISSAN ALTIMA
Blue with grey interior.
Running like a dream, AC,
License, air bag. Good to go,
Clean in and out.
$3,000.00
Tel: 341-8109 Cell: 454-3859
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RIB #569
2001 CHEVY IMPALA
$9,800.00 ONO
Pioneer sound system, tints, automatic door, windows,
20" rims, spoiler, alarm,
Excellent condition
Tel: 392-1930 or 392-0943 Cell: 426-0644
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1995 NISSAN PRIMERA
Black with grey interior,
R$3.000.00IB #572- 2002 FORD F-150
Clean, running like a dream, Green wih grey interior $14,000.00
TV inside, AC, Fully loaded, AC, CD player, nerf bars, billet grille, sun
No problem just drive off. Good to visor, low miles, only 44000 miles, Price for quick sale
No problem just drive off. Good to go -price can't be beat, call around.
Tel: 341-8109 Bring vehicle in from the US for a low fee.
Cell: 454-3859 Tel: 525-7403 Cell: 356-3953 or 323-5196


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rRIB #574
2000 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
Red with tart interior
$8,000.00 ONO
4 door, 18' chrome rims, low mileage
Financing for Government and Hotel workers.
Tel: 565-9750 Cell: 357-3964

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TRIB #581
1990 CHEVROLET KODAK DUMP TRUCK
Caterpiller engine, double chasey,
fuller trans, power steering.
This truck is in perfect running and
operational condition
$22,000.00 or price neg,
Call 646-3346 for more information


iURIB #575
1995 TOYOTA CAMRY
White with grey interior.
4 door, AC
$3, 200.00
Excellent condition.
Tel: 326-6138 Ceil: 426-2243


!TREB 45811
2002 FORD RANGER
White with grey interior, extended cab
$5,000.00
Clean title, solid body,
needs an engine,
Must sell
Tel. 341-5580 Cell: 456-4630


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1997 HO
Green
$6,0
Good condition
This
Tel: 565-97


)NDA ACCORD
with tan interior
00.00 ONO
, Clean, Low mileage.
is it 081952
'50 Cell 357-3964


RIB i 5, 2 S0 v." ;,PicdS
B!sck with leather interior
$31,500.00 o
SThis is a real nice car, sorry i need to sell, power
everything and i mean everything,
still under warranty, can't believe its a Kia
Tel: 364-5987 Cell: 434-3055


TRIB #551.
2002 PASSPORT HONDA
Silver with black interior,
Very cean, inside & out an enjoyable ride
low mileage. Serious inquiries only
$15,000.00
Tel: 341-5873 Cell: 544-4336


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2005 FORD ECOSPORT
Blue with black/blue interior
$15,000.00
Manual 6 speed, 5 door, fully loaded, stick shift,
tinted(brand new)
power windows, mirror, CD player
Tel: 364-1346(hm) 426-3286 (mbl)


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


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


rRIB #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 #522
1996 FORD EXPLORER SUV, XLT
Blue with grey leather interior
$5,500.00 OBO
CD player, AC,
Tel: 394-3100 Cell: 424-3377


rRIB #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


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

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2004 LANCER FOR SALE, BLACK
Fully loaded, low mileade
$13,000.00 OBO
Price for quick sale,
Owner leaving island
Call 361-5234, Cell 395-3129
Ask for Antonio


1995 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black with grey interior
Asking $3,500.00
Runs well, Clean interior
Tel: 456-6692


RIB 5455
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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RIB #560
2001 MERCEDES BENZ
CLK 55AMG, Silver with grey leather interior,
Excellent condition
$55,000.00 ONO
Tel: 359-2628 or 326-7508 (wk)


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


2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER ES
White with grey interior, runs great &
Excellent on gas, low mileage,
Automatic, AC, CD player,
4 cylinder,clean title, 4 door and
fully powered. This car must go
$7,200.00
Tel: 393-3537 Cell: 426-8605


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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)


TRIB #1533 Chevy Sllverado extended cab.
Automatic, In-dash monitor and XM satellite radio.
Looks great, Just in from US, Price to go,
price is 22000 O.B.O.
Visit our website www.webstreetcars.com. Less than
6,000 miles, 4 cylinders, Great fuel economy.
pager number 380-2WEB or 380-2932.
Tel: 341-1515


RIB P500
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


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


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2001 KIA RIO
Green with grey interior, 4 door
$3,000.00 ONO
Excellent running condition, AC
Tel: 326-6138 Cell: 426-2243







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1998 Honda Civic,
4-dr, CD, automatic, mint condition, driver glass
is broken, owner leaving island,
$4,000 ONO,
Call: 456-6647, 394-3540, or 363-2000
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2002 Jeep Liberty,
fully loaded,
$19,500,
Call: 394-2277


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1997 CHEVY LUMINA
Grey with tan interior,
20" rims, sound system, alarm
$6,500.00
Runs great
Tel: 434-4491


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


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


1996 CONVERTIBLE CAMERO
Dark green
$5,500.00 ONO
3.8L, loaded, AC, DD,
Excellent condition Must see
Tel: 394-5555 or 394-8624
Cell: 477-4624


"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
Cell: 434-0062 or 636-3116


rRIB #532
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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BBF #806
2002 Ford Escape
CD, A/C, fully pwr, $17,900 financing,
warranty, license and inspection,
Call: 394-5779


BBF #817
1994 Honda Civic,
$6,500
Call: 393-6081
View @ IBC Auto


2001 Lincoln Towncar,
Executive series,
$19,500,
Call: 394-5779


BBF #819
1998 Hyundai Accent
needs transmission work,
$800,
Call: 325-7173


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200hp Lower unit, 25" shaft,
$600, Call: 422-5475









TRIB #372
2002 FORD EXPLORER 4x4
Gold with tan interior
$14,900.00
Fully loaded, Just in from the US,
Extra clean
Tel: 324-4416 Cell: 424-4080


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


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


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
chrisburrows913@hotmail


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


BBF #794
2002 Nissan MaximaGLE,
fully loaded, leather int. pwr everything,
very clean, must see to appreciate, asking
$15,000, open for negotiation,
Call: 361-8624 after 4pm 064


1996 Honda Accord,
CD, A/C, fully pwr, 18" rims, leather int.
keyless remote start, alarm, wood grain
mint condition, $5,500,
Call: 328-0002


BBF #799
1994 Honda Integra,
DOHC V-Tech, sunroof, CD,
good condition, automatic,
$4,800 ONO,
Call: 324-8673 or 423-0871


BBF P789
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


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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BBF #802
2005 Dodge Ram,
4-dr, fully pwr, A/C, CD, excellent
condition, $32,000 ONO,
View @ Fresh Auto
Call: 356-2109

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BBF #804
1994 Mitsubishi Van Delica,
fully loaded, A/C, 7 seater, green/silver,
tape player, sunroof,
diesel, Jap RHD,
$6,000 ONO,
Call: 454-1023


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1997 Buick LeSabre,
A/C, leather int. leaving island
$2,900 ONO,
.Call: 361-3992


BBF #815
1996 Honda Accord,
$6,500,
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2002 Nissan Sentra,
blue w/grey int. standard shift, A/C, alarm
system, CD, excellent condition,
$7,500,
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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: 364-7841 or 427-3158


1997 Honda Accord EX,
sunroof, fully pwr. sound system, V-Tech
engine, owner leaving island,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 436-0614


BBF n803
1998 Musso Jeep (Mercedes),
one owner, serviced regularly, never mashed or
damaged, good condition,
$13,000,
Diesel fuel efficient
Call: 557-8567 -


2001 Cadillac DHS
price of
$30,000 OBO
Car was garage kept executive
driven only 20,000 miles,
Call Steve for more info
393-2437- i,


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BBF #722
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 #735
2003 Buick LeSabre,
fully loaded, low miles, A/C,
$16,500,
Call: 455-6965


BBF 1757
2002 Chevy Silverado,
low miles, PS, PB, radio, cassette, ice cold A/C,
automatic, white, looks and runs good, just like
new, won't last long at only $18,500,
Call: 322-8734, 565-6840 or 325-3110


BBF #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,


2001 Ford Explorer Sport Truck,
4-dr, fully loaded, A/C, CD, factory alarm,
navy green,
$20,000 ONO,
Call: 323-1305 424-1113


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


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1997 Honda Civic,
rea, DOHC, 17" chrome rims, standard shift, 2.0
engine, A/CD, new back,
carbon fiber lights,
front projector head lamp, black,
$7,500 OBO,
Call: 393-7028 or 558-7621


1995 Honda Accord,
two time, Black & Blue, A/C, automatic, CD, up
graded, speakers, coil over springs,
$3,800 OBO,
Call: 324-7911 or 456-9121


BBF #768
1995 045 Infiniti,
$5,500 ONO,
Call: 324-5552
or
427-9961/356-1643

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BBF #764
2004 Escalade Truck,
maroon, leather, fully loaded,
excellent condition, chrome rims,
364-0477,'359-1033, or 323-8080


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


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


msr WI.s
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


BBF #775
2000 Chevy Cavalier,
red, 2-dr, pwr everything
$4,000,
Call: 328-6356 or 455-8678


1997 Honda Accord,
sunroof, automatic, CD, NC, 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


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


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 #786
2001 Dodge Neon,
fully loaded, A/C, CD, brand new
tires, mint condition, cruise control,
just like new
$5,800 ONO,
Call: 434-0639 or 341-3684







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






Call 323-2323, 427-3588
Rentals
Sandyport 2/2 5 townhouse
$4.1C00 m
Sandyport 3,3 5 tornhiloue
$4,700/m
Sandyport4/3.5 hose
$6,000/m
Old Fort 3/3.5 home
$10,000/m
Delaporte 2b/2b apt. $2,400/m
Homes/Condos
Sandyport 2/3 townhouse
$495K
Lyford Place 3/3 $2.9 million
Caves Point 3/3 condo $920K
Cable Beach beachfront home
$3.6 million.
Lots
Off Kemp Road $145K

EXUMA, BAHAMAS
Two (2) pieces of beautiful
picturesque Properties situate
at No 18, Bahamas Sound
Exuma, Bahamas.
Size 1/4 acre each.
Asking price $50,000 each.
Phone:326-0021, or 464-1119.
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.

GLENVENO'S
MARKET PLACE
TEL 356-0894,3954801





5% Down Payment
HOUSE PACKAGES
3-bed, 2-bath, living, dining,
kitchen, carport, utility
$140,000.0
2-bed, 2 bath without carport
$120,000.00
3-bed, 2-bath-without Carport
$128,000.00

DUPLEX PACKAGES
SCall today
356-0894, 395-4801


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LOTS
JIREH ESTATE NEW
SUBDIVISION WEST: Hill top,
ocean view, gated, multi-family
lots Stating price $340,000.00
Property size 140x110. Call to
reserve
SOUTH OCEAN: Single-family
lots starting price $89,500.00
Property size 11;700 sq.ft.
Multi-farily lots starting price
$150,000.00.
Proparry size 21.653 sq. 11
Duplex lois starting price
$105000.00 Propeny size
11,802 sq h
GLENISTON GARDENS:
60X175, $95,000.00
CAMPERDOWN Corner lot
1-acre 229x187
$250,000.00
WINTON-Multifamily
Ocean view, 100X234
$240,000.00
WINTON HEIGHTS
115X138
$150,000.00
BILNEY LANE OFF MACKEY
AND SHIRLEY STS.
Commercial corner lot
$125,000.00
HOUSES/CONDO
MT. VERNON: Large 2 storey
house 3-bed 2 1/2-bath with a 1
bed 1 bath apt. attached.
$695,500.00
VICTORIA COURT:Down
Town gated with pool.
Furnished 1-bed 1-bath, A/C,
and cable ready, $120,000.00
Rental $1,000.00 per month
ORIS SYMMONETT
REAL ESTATE at
325-8280, Eve. 325-1961

FOR SALE BY OWNER
4 Unit Apt Building,
2-bed, 1-bath each
Sweating Lane
(close to Downtown)
100% occupancy,
Annual Income, $38,000.00.
Asking $299,000.00.
Call 424-5857.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES
LOT
Totally unobstructed
views
Lot Is elevated and
face south
Near to the only
acces to Cabbage

Asting Price $1M00000

Call 363-2712


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ERA
DUPLUC REAL ESTATE
HOMES/COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS/APARTMENTS
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.
,3628 West Bay: Delightful
island-style 3 bed home, newly
constructed and tastefully
finished. $799,000.
3566 West Bay 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 fine amenities. Pool,
spacious kitchen and tray
ceilings. Reduced, great price,
$745,000.
3615 Shirley Street:
Completely renovated multi
level building featuring 2-2 bed
1 bath apartments located.
$578,000.
3609 Royall Beach Estates:
Tastefully furnished 2 bed
beachfront condo, fully
equipped unit, wooden floors,
hurricane resistant windows
and fantastic views. $525,000.
3601 Dick's Point: 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, 3 112 bath home stylish
furnishings, recreation room,
guest suite, open living areas
and a landscaped grounds.
$450,000.
3122 Rldgeway: 3122
Ridgeway: OWNER SAYS
SELLI 3 bed, 2.5 bath home in
featuring tile and carpet floors,
large master bedroom and back
up generator runs the entire
house. $450,000.
3637 Sans Soucl: 2 bed, 2
bath recently constructed, semi
fumlshed home situated on a
lot almost a 1/2 acre in size
with tile floors, central air,
generator, 500 gallon reserve
water tank, pool and pool
cotage.$36 000.
R"I Estat
Tel: (242) 33-1811 or
Fa :(242)394-1453
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DUPUH I fEA. ESTATE
NASSAU LOTS
3662 Lyford Cay: Large
wooded comer lot approx. 1/2
an acre situated in the
exclusive community of Lyford
Cay. $637,000.
3666 Eastern Road:
Development property
comprising of 4.4 acres, perfect
for a private
subdivision/community
development. $3,637,000.
3636 Gambler: Residential lot
(14279 sq. ft.) with spectacular
northern, eastern and western
views of the ocean. Elevations
of 95ft above sea level.
Approved drawings are
included. $376,000.
3654 Blake Road: 7.052 acres
ideal for commercial use or
development of Townhouses.
Close to shopping districts and
the airport. $2,100,000.
3630 Sandyport:
Approximately 8500 sq. ft.,
canalfront and secluded. Great
gated community. $376,000.
3510 Yamacraw: 20000 sq. ft.
vacant lot situated on the
eastern district of New
Providence boasting fantastic
views of the sea. $364,000.
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 unobstructed views of
the sea. Amenities include,
underground utilities,
community pool, tennis court
and playground. Minutes from a
fabulous beach. $299,000.
3571 Westridge: 5 lots zoned
as single family, 17220 sq. ft.-
27108 sq. ft. Priced to sell and
starting at $225,000 up to
$270,000.
3595 Lake Cunnlngham:
Lovely lake front lot with it a
4200 sq. ft. home up to belt.
The plans are available to
complete this 2 storey home
with 2 car garage. $197,000.
3585 Orchard Terrace:
Residential 100639 sq. ft. lot.
$195,000.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811.or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
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www.paulritchierealestate.com

ACREAGE
Hooper's Bay, Exuma 5
acres $295,000.00
Fire Road, Abaco -13 acres of
beautiful land with elevations
between fifty to eighty feet. The
land runs from the Queen's
Highway to the southwestern
seashore $485,000.00
Blake Road, West Bay Street
- 5 acres, prime commercial -
$3,000,000.00 -
Commercial
#222 Pinedale Four-
bedroom house ideal for
commercial conversion, lot 50 x
148 $229,000.00
#271 St. Vincent Road -
Lot, 10,000+ square feet -
$108,000.00
Houses
#241 Harmony Hill Lovely
4-bedroom house with den,
office, covered porch upstairs -
$480j000.00
#250 Prince Charles Split
level house with 5 bedrooms,
can be converted for multi-
family or commercial use -
$265,000.00
#273 Ridgeland Park Well
kept 3-bedroom house, fully
enclosed yard $111,000.00
#238 Coral Harbour Canal-
front property, 70 x 140 with
three houses in good condition,
good income-producing
property, can also be used for
commercial purposes
$490,000.00
#257 Garden Hill Estates
3-bedroom house with attached
2-bedroom apartment
$180,000.00
#268 Off West Bay Street -
Beautiful 3-bedroom house with
pool and lovely ocean views -
$795,000.00
Apartments
#230 Palmetto Village -
Triplex with one 2/2 unit and
two 1/1 units $259,000.00
#278 Kool Acres 4-unit
apartment complex in excellent
condition $348,000.00
#172 Yamacraw Shores -
triplex with 3 two-bedroom units
In good condition $250,000.00
TELEPHONE 394-2650
www.paulrltchlerealestate.com

FREEPORT LUCAYA
1 ACRE $40,000.
TEL357-4621. ,::,


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Lots
Marshall Rd. 75 x 103.
$78,000
Off Bernard Rd. Duplex lot
64 x 100. $57,000
Port New Providence- Lg.
resd. lot. $485,000.
Off Eastern Rd. 13,000 sq.ft. in
cul de sac. $180,000.
Shirley St. 2.5 acre
commercial. $2.4m
Houses
Hillcrest Towers 2 bed, 2 bath
penthouse with study.
Gorgeous views. Asking
$229,000.
Winton hilltop 5 bed, 3 ? bath
with 2 bedroom cottage &
double garage. Pool & alarm
system. $578,000.
Blair Estates- 3,900 sq.ft. 3
bed, 3 bath with study, fam. rm.
& double garage. Cedar lined
closets & storage/tool rooms on
2 lots 200 x 150. $599,000.
Brace Ridge Split level 4
bed, 2.5 bath 2700 sq.ft. home.
Pool & generator. $595,000.
Camperdown -Renovated
3,000 sq.ft. hillside 4 bed, 3
bath home with workroom & Ig.
patio. $499,000.
Coral Harbour canal 2500
sq.ft. 4 bed, 3 bath. Central
A/C. $695,000.
Woodland Rd. Comer lot
100 x 100 with 4 bed, 3 bath
2600 sq.ft. hm. Central a/c.
$410,000.
SFam. 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 Q.N.O.
Rental
Ft. FIncastle, Dean's Lane -
unfum. 1 bed apt. $400.00
mthly
Blue Sky Real Estate at
394-1664

HOUSE FOR SALE
BREEZY HILL
Off Village Road.
Desirable House with
large lot
FOR SALE $700,000.
SERIOUS ENQUIRIES
ONLY
TEL:322-8804, 325-8633.
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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
garage 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:
Com- 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- bath
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:
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Executive

Realty
HOMES/APARTMENTS
0320 WESTWARD VILLAS:
3bed-2.5bath 2-story house on
large lot. Architectually
designed bright airy home with
attached 1bed-1bath apart-
ment. $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
lots, 100x120, starting at
$89,000.
0222 WEST WINDS: New
gated community in love beach
,lots available......$95.000.00
0220 CORAL HARBOUR:
Residential single and multi-
family lots starting at...
.$76,000.
0250 EXUMA- HOOPERS
BAY: 6 acres elevated with
470 ft.of waterfront.$500,000.
0132 EXUMA: 58 acres near
Tar Bay and Moss Town.
$2.5million.
0302 CORAL HARBOUR:
Single-family residential lot,
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


SEA BEACH
ADDITION,
DELAPORTE
MULTI-FAMILY
LOT.
$130,000.00.
Telephone
3277T 2 i.


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Since 1922
www.HGChristie.com

NASSAU CONDOS
#NS06074 Dicks Point:
Spacious 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath
townhouse in a gated complex
with pool, tennis courts and
private dock space. $575,000
#NS06065 Royall Beach
Estates: Furnished, 2
bedroom, 2 bath designer
condo with sea views.
$525,000
#NS06063 Cable Beach:
Turn-key beachfront penthouse
with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths.
Beacn, pool and amazing
views. $575,000
#NiS06072 Delaporte Point:
Tastefully decorated 3 storey
townhouse with 3 bedrooms
and 2 baths. $520,000
#NS06001 Love Beach
Walk: Newly completed, 3
bedroom, 3 bath beachfront
penthouse. $750,000
#NS06061 Paradise Island:
Three storey harbourfront
condo with 3 bedrooms and 3.5
baths. $1,500,000
#NS05943 Caves Point:
Beautifully furnished, 3
bedroom, 3 bath condo with
spectacular sea views in a
ated beachfront community.
775,000
#NS05936 Leeward East:
Newly redecorated, 3 bedroom,
2 bath condo in a secure
complex. $307,000
Schedule a viewing on-line
today at
www.HGChristle.com ,or
contact us at (242) 322-1041
sales@hgchristile.com

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

NEW
PROVIDENCE,
BAHAMAS
Lot in Bain Town
Constituency with small
wooden structure
Asking Price
$64,000.00.
01o2l or


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PAUL RJRITCF-1 f





REL ESTATE
Rental Properties
COMMERCIAL
#269 New Plaza Blue Hill
Road South-
450 sq. ft.- ice cream parlor -
$2.100
696 sq. ft. upstairs shop/office
-$1600
900 sq.ft. ur t ars,
shop/office $2500
#761 Madeira Streel- 495 sq.
ft, ground floor .:.(. ..-, :e
space. -$950
Apartments '
#258 Sea Beach Estates -
Well-kept fully fur townhouse,
2/2 ? washer/dryer, $1.500
#750 Skyline Lakes fur 2/2
1/2 apt, secure gated complex,
pool $1,800
#512 The Heritage fur 2/1
unit in nice setting $800
#725 Tropical Gardens -
new. unfur 2 bed, 2 1/2 bath,
w/appliances, central air
near the airport $1,500
#700 Leeward East -
attractive fur 2 bed apartment,
w/private laundry, central air,
private yard located near St.
Andrews School $1,100.00
#283 Silver Gates new 2
bed 1 1/2 bath townhouses,
central air, laundry facilities -
$1000
TELEPHONE 394-2650
www.paulritchierealestate.com


CURTIS THOMPSON
LOTS & LOTS OF LOTS
TROPICAL GARDENS, corner
site triplex lot, 60'x100',
$125,000.
4.829 acres GLADSTONE
ROAD, $1,500,000
LOVE ESTATES beachfront
1.58 acres, $1,650,000
THOMPSON BOULEVARD
1.13 acres, 282.80x199.16,
$545,000.


BAHAMAS




0
WORLD DEVELOPERS LTD
Call Astrid Fraser or Sara.
Parker, BRI, Today!
World Developers Limited
Tel: 242-327-7721
or 242-324-1457
; mpringglory@coralwave.com
-Premium Properties p
S FOR SALE!
EXCLUSIVE!
WintonHeights-5.BR'4
,.'col. ei.:lised garden gre i
.e:urly HRedued IC. $5.,4.5 '00
Angels View-Eastern Rd.,
.?BR puio l, ;.ea .-ws;,, lage lot,.
h;ii .,ir Reduced to $750,000.;
Winton Meadows-3BR, -big
yard,, partly enclosed rental
efficiency, nice neighbourhood,
$189,000.
NEW LISTINGS! Sea views
and boat ramp-3BR, 2 baths
in immaculate home, fully
enclosed grounds. $399,000.
Sans Souci Sea Views-3 BR
house, 6000 sq. ft., plus 1 BR
renovated cottage, $475,000.
Renovated Historic Estate--
Eastern Rd., 5 acres with new
dock, beach, rental income,
too. Call for details.
OldFort Bay-1.5 Acre Beach
Lot with canal at back! Call
now!
EwingManor-Spacious,
luxury town houses with
incredible views, from
$660,000.
High Vista-4BR/3b, pool,
enclosed garden, sprinkler
system, $350,000.
Ocean Place, P.ls.1/2-
Preconstruction prices on
harbour front 2 or 3 BRcondos
with oversized balconies, resort
quality services.
Powder beach front home-
designer interiors,
immaculate!4 BR, Media room,
plus one or two BR cottage, top
condition, security. $3.6 million.
COMMERCIAL
Eastern Rd. -Big property
with sea views, two houses
and garage, $550,000.
HISTORIC, Popular
RESTAURANTs--central
location $2.4 million or east,
$1.6 million, call for details.
Claridge Rd.- 3 commercial
properties from under
$200,000 to $999,000.


Phone 326-1514, 356-6484 Airport Industrial Park-
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BAHAMAS





WORLD DEVELOPERS LTD
RESIDENTIAL
Condos & Apartments
Silver Cay-3BR, 2 baths,
beach views, tennis courts,
convenient to downtown,
$2,200. or $240,000.
,SPECTACULAR SULGRAVE
MaIFOR''3 a-:BR, 3 baths ,
Separate balconies to ocean
a.r,.i ncl r'course. Modern
i .lher; S.tudy.'Marblelp et bar.
Laur.dr ,oom, accessto spa,
i...:i, rated po0l, 24-hour
, ,u,.1,b ,,480 .o ,; 24;
sq. ft. $6,000. r t or
$690.0000r.2 BR baths,
-urn,tr-.1 ?r n000 rent
$.r $450,000.
Whispering "Pines-2BR/1.5
bath, nicely furnished,
S168.000.
WEST
Caves Point luxury conu...
3BR/3.5 bath, $725,000
Dannotage Estates- 3BR/2b,
enclosed garden, cathedral
ceilings, open plan, $2,600 rent
or $400,000. sale.
Homes
WEST
Powder beach front- 3BR
home and 2BR cottage on
West Bay St., $995,000.
Lyford Cay Villa-with dock
rights, pool, $2.6 million.
Call Astrid Fraser or Sara
Parker, BRI, Today!
World Developers Limited
Tel: 242-327-7721
or 242-324-1457


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,
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HOMES
#19 Camperdown, 4 bed, 3 1/2
bath. Lovely, spacious family
home. Large fruited garden
w/pool Quite, safe family
orientated area WalL -in
condition. REDuIC'ED'
$850.000
#1897 Dodge ;td, te_-.a '
bath. Spacious & t.-ul aij .
renovated: -Guest %
separate- entrance Cn.hao
friendly enclosed- pool &
garden. WellI- 3-aarmi- a
generator. S560.000
#1900 Blair, 3 bed, 4 bath.
Spacious & well built house
sitting on 2 double lots. Open:
plan, living/family/kitchen.
Pantry, hobby room, laundry
room & insulated attic space for
storage. $599.000
#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.
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
#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
#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
VACANT LAND
#1914 South Beach, multi-
family vacant lot w/utilities In
place, 8,815 sq. ft. $90,000
#433 HardlngsvllNs. Thinking
about constructing a block of
condos 1/2 Hardlngsville 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).

Graham Real Estate'
Call 356-5030


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REAL ESTATE
www.grahamrealestate.com
HOMES
#509 East Shirley St. Located
next to Harbour Bay Shopping
Centre, accessible from both
East Bay Street & East Shirley
Streets $18 per square foll
4132 acres or 179.990 sq h
Commercial zoning $3.240.000
N437 Old Fort, Bay. 150 n o,
irie r tr:n & aboul 25.0 s5
,:. -;i-, O 3.3;650,000 .:t:
#1720 Cnub Cay 2 3 ':rE of
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#1814 Charlotteville. 3rnar.
iew iu~d,..iron. northern side
6f Windsor Field Rd. These Idts
are an excellent prrc for
location nr. Lyford Cay & Old
Fort. Staring at $90,000
Rentals
#499 Paradise Island, 3 bed, 3
bath, harbourside condo. World
class facilities, oversized zero
entry pool, fitness centre,
stunning ocean views.
7,000p/m
#1877 Sandyport, 3 bed, 3 1/2
bath, canalfront cottage w/own
dockage & beach, open plan
living/dining/kitchen 6,000p/m
#1869 Sandyport, 4 bed, 4
bath, large family home on a
beach lot w/oversized dock.
Impeccable details & stylish
furnishings 10,000p/m
#1021 Sandyport, 4 bed, 3 1/2
bath, Spacious, good condition.
Bright interior. 2 shady porches
overlooking canal 5,000p/m
#1921 Sandyport, 3 bed, 3
bath, Brand new, 2 storey
townhouse, enormous rooms,
lots of natural light 5,000p/m
#267 Cable Beach, 2 bed, 2
bath spacious. Screened in
porch. Communal pool w/
ocean view & sea access
2,000p/m
#1902 Eastern Rd, 1 bed, 1
bath, efficiency. Situated on an
Eastern Rd estate this
immaculate rental boasts
gorgeous ocean views.
1,000p/m
#580 Eastern Rd, 3 bed, 2
bath cottage, located on a
gated beachfront estate. Use of
dock & beach, w/ lovely ocean
views. $3,500plm

Graham Real Estate
Call 356-5030 or
visit our web sit at
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PARADISE

Treasure Cove 1216S-
Furnished 3 bedroom / 2
bathroom "Paradise"-. model.
Open plan, custom kitchen,
crown molding, Ig. master
suite w/ cedar lined walk in
closet, 1 car garage and more!
$409,000 Gross
Ocean Club Residences and
Marina- Paradise Island's
mosi prestigious residence.
Fr. 2. buildings sold out! Don't
mrs ins unique opportunity!
Slanr.n at $1,850,000 Call for

Victoria Court 2216- Partly
iiu,,-, '- :; ord.:., centrally
Ii.:.: led rn 1 e ur, gated
.:.rr,mun,,y wiin ,p.-..1' 2i-40,000
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Hi~hr Vista 1179- Furn. 3/2.5
ramhily home on large, corner
lot. Large kitchen, bonus room,
rear patio and shed. $301,000
Gross
Yamacraw Road East 2214-
Large multi family property with
2 units (currently rented) and
approval for 6 more! Only
steps to beach! $500,000
Gross
Sear's Road 1187- Furnished
4/3 home ideal for residential or
commercial use. Great
location, solid and in great
condition! $379,000 Gross
($3,500 per month rent)
Camperdown 1164- Partially
furnished 4/3 on elevated,
enclosed property. Custom
kitchen, top of the line
appliances, newly tiled, custom
moldings and more! Reduced
$475,000.
Sandyport 2167- Partially
furnished, 4/3.5 canal front
townhouse with enclosed
Bahama room, spacious patio,
dock and more! $599,000
Ocean Place 2143- Paradise
Island's newest, most exclusive
residence. World class finishes
and amenities! Now taking
reservations. Starting from the
low $800,000's to over 2
million.
-Lots-:
South Ocean Estates- Large
single and multifamily parcels
near development booml Don't
miss out! Call for pricing!
Marsh Harbour. Abaco
AB4029- 2 large oceanfront
parcels with Sea of Abaco
frontagel US$545,000 each
Long Island L14004/5-
Beachfront near Stella Maris
starting at $150,000
Wetwinda 6019C- Multi family
lots starting at $80,000
Exclusive Lubbr's Quarters.
Abco 47-1 lot left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900
For more sales listing call
Parw.pnadlbaharmMcom
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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.
Building 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 3-1/2
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


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
gated 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 3-1/2 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
2-1/2 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
1-1/2 baths townhouses in
excellent condition. Pool.
Furnished. #1,350 p.m.
FOR THESE AND MORE
CALL CA CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE
326-4800, 325-3957


MULTI-FAMILY LOTS:
TREASURE COVE: 3
bedrooms 2 baths house in
gated beachfront community.
Fumished. $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
326-4800, 325-3957


FOR SALE
BY OWNER
Oceanview lot off West Bay
Street in the newly developed
ated community of Indigo,
265,000-Net. No agents.
Cal:(242)427-6164.

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 $3,500/pm.
Telephone 327-8135

LOTS FOR SALE
8 Lots in Bahama Sound
#15 & #16 in Exuma
2 Lots For Sale in Abaco
2 Lots 15 Acres each on the
ocean in Long Island, 5 miles
south of Clarence Town.
Phone:327-8026, 359-3160,
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Sotheby's
INTERNATIONAL REALTY
Lots for Sale
Westwinds Duplex &
residential lots from $80,000.
Yamacraw Rd. Multifamily lots
from $90,000. Residential lots
80 x 100 Prices from $82,000.
Jacaranda opp. Old Fort Bay
- lots 10,000 sq. ft. asking
$120,000. Gated community.
Indigo at Orange Hill -
residential lots $150,000.
Sandyport waterfront
multifamily lots from $200,000.
Condos. For Sale
Pilot House 1 bed 1 bath on
the 5th floor w/ harbour views.
Enjoy good rental income.
Asking $199,000.
Cable Beach 2 bed 2.5 bath
townhouse in convenient
location. Asking $205,000.
Eleuthera Pineapple Fields -
1 bed units $275,000. 2 bed
units from $395,000. This is a
condo/hotel where owners can
enjoy the unit and the rental
income when they are not
there. Opposite beautiful
beach.
Harbour Mews 2 bed 1 bath
townhouse gated community,
private beach. $339,000.
Off Eastern Rd. in Winton -
Spacious 3 bed 3 bath
townhouse in gated complex w/
sparkling pool. New generator,
2 parking spaces. $325,000.
Sandyport Large 2 bed 2.5
bath townhouse w/ large dock
slip. Asking $495,000.
Houses for Sale
Eleuthera Palmetto Shores,
adorable house close to white
sand beach & marina.
$290,000.
Sea Beach Estates Private 2
bed 2 bath home, granite
countertops, tile floors, alarm &
surround 'sound. Asking
$295,000.
High Vista Executive home
on spacious enclosed property
with pool & mature grounds.
Marble baths and more.
$435,000.
Treasure Cove 5 bed 3 bath
family home w/ vaulted ceilings,
swimming pool, lush garden.
Private guest bed/bath -ideal
for live-in housekeeper.
$530,000.
DAMIANOS SOTHEBY'S
INTERNATIONAL REALTY
TEL: 322 2305
For More Listings
SIRBahamas.com


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JACK ISAACS
REALTY


: LOTS
SOUTH OCEAN LOTS
Residential lots starting at
$89,000.00 and Multi-Family
lots starting at $150,000.00
'WEST WINDS' LOVE
BEACH Multi-Family lots
$95,000.
SKYLINE PARK Subdivision
16,484 Sq. Ft. Lot $235,000
LOVE BEACH Zoned Multi-
Family Elevation with view of
ocean and Beach access.
26,000 Sq. Ft. Lot $695,000.
THIS IS A GREAT
OPPORTUNITY.
INDIGO ORANGE HILL
Ocean views Single Family lot
60' x 159'. Seconds front the
beach. $299,000.00
OLD FORT BAY Beautiful
ocean views from both sides.
Approx. 24,000 Sq. Ft., 20 feet
above sea level. $1,150,000.
OCEAN CLUB ESTATES:
Exclusive location with
Beautiful Harbor views, dock &
mooring. Approx. 38,000 Sq.
Ft. $5,300,000.
SAUNDERS BEACH Acreage
COMMERCIAL Direct access
to Saunders Beach, 6.5 acres
$2,100,000.00
CONDOS
BAYROC CONDOMINIUM:
Ocean view condo tastefully
designed 3 bed, 2.5 bath in
exclusive gated community.
Large kitchen, spacious living
and dining room, fully
furnished. 2 pools in lush
landscaped gardens with
barbeque. $1,250,000.
HOMES
CAMPERDOWN: 4 bed, 3
bath home situated on quiel
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
LYFORD CAY: Exclusive
location with Canal frontage. 3
bedroom, 3 bath home, large
pool, extensive grounds
comprising 3 lots. Very Private.
$9,300,000

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322.1069 OR EVE: 362.6932
info@bahamasproperty.com
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THE GROVE ,- W.BAY
STREET: -- A -'Beautifully
Landscaped enclosed yard
surrounds this 3 bedroom, 2
bath home, with pool and patio.
$450,000 Gross
RENTALS
THE GROVE VISTA
MARINA: Spacious Home in
the West, with 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms with a large
enclosed yard. $4,000.00 per
month
Old Fort Villa: Four Thousand
Sq. Ft. beautiful 4 bed, 4.5 bath
villa has separate living and
dining rooms, large covered
patios, all three floors have
separate central A.C. Private
enclosed courtyard lush
flowering trees surrounding
large pool. Private roof- deck
ideal for sunning. 85 ft. dock, 2
car garages. Totally enclosed
with excellent security and
panoramic views of Old Fort
Bay with beautiful sunsets.
Monthly Rent: $9,500.00

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

WANTED
URGENTLY
Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments
Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell
Please call Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225
anytime.

BUSINESS
FOR SALE

HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL
and leased shop
Premises located in the new
wing of The Mall at Marathon is
currently up for a confidential
offering and sale as its owners
are consolidating their
operations. For initial
application., qualification,
inspection/review, and
purchase information contact
the Mall General Manager at
The Mall at Marathon.
Telephone 393-4043 or
E-mail:
themallatmarathon @coralwave.
com.

MEN URBAN WEAR &
LADIES CLOTHING
STORE FOR SALE
EXCELLENT INVESTMENT
GREAT LOCATION
OWNER RELOCATING
TEL: 364-0085.525-2193.


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LIGHTBOURN REALTY
APARTMENTS &
TOWNHOUSES
REDUCED. Fourplex. Kool
Acres. 3 2 bed, 1 bath units
with 1 bed, 1 bath cottage.
Enclosed, excellent condition.
$325,000. MLS#5524
Soldier Road North Fourplex
- 1 3 bed/2 bath, 1 x 2 bed/1
tmaih. ana : x'1 :bed/1 bath.
$3600 monthly. $385,000.;
MLS#5458 : ; 'c"
Cable Beach 3 bedrc:oom
1/2 bath .to7ih'ouse semrr-
,fimished bntral alc. laurnry,
new! $31;000 MLS#5394 .,
Love Beach Luxurious 3 bed;
3.5 -.- bath apartments ; onr
beautiful beach. Siartng 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
Clearview Subdivision -
Opposite Old Fort Bay, single
family 100' x 163' quiet
neighbourhood. Asking
$130,000 MLS#5329
HOMES
Off Eastern Road- 4 bedroom,
3 bath home 18,232 sq. ft.
mature grounds. Bahama room,
pool, generator, security alarm
and more. Excellent condition.
$560,000 unfurnished.
MLS#5525
Cable Beach 4 bed 3 bath
home on 13,000 sq. ft.
manicured lot. Swimming pool,
covered patio, carport, laundry
and more. Call for details.
MLS#5452
Tel: 393-8630 Fax: 393-8638


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LIGHTBOURN REALTY
Orange Hill 5 bed, 3 1/2 bath
oceanfront property 2 separate
villas, generator, rainwater
tank, deeded beach,
landscaped, breathtaking
ocean views. $1.75 million
furnished. MLS#5581
Commonwealth Avenue 4
bed 3 bath, 2-storey home in
Blair Estates with pool. New
:roof, large storage shed,
security lights and gate,
in.gaion system. $450,000.
Furnished MLS#5503: -".
Westridge r Estate, hilltop
:home with. spectacular ;-island
.wide and ocean views! Offered
ai $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 Acreagel 5.44
acres off Queen's Highway, in
house financing $38,890.00.
One acre $20,000.00, 50 acres
$300,000.00
Andros Beach Colony
Acreage 8.5 acres main road
frontage $85,000.00 MLS#5596
Eleuthera Island Shores -
Large ocean view
commercial/residential on
Queen's Highway! $40,000.00
MLS#5597
Stella Marls 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

HOUSE FOR SALE
Man-O-War Cay, Abaco
3-bed, 2-bath, 9,000 gal cistern
work shop/laundry,
10KW generator $349,000.
Call 242-367-4539.

HOUSE FOR SALE
SANDS SUBD.
2 bed, 2 bath, large
master bed/bath.
Solid oak designed
cabinet. Huge patio.
$275,000.
SALCO REAL
ESTATE
TEL. 328-6672.


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NASSAU LOTS
#NS06068 East Park
Estates: 9,000 sq. ft. lot with
house to belt course. $106,500
#NS06070 Ocean Club
Estates: 29,000 sq. ft.. golf
course homesite with approved
house plans. $1,250,000 I-
#NS06059 Peet's .Ridge,
Cowpen Road: 6,000 sq. ft.
multi-family lots in a.brand new
subdivision. $60,000 ..
#NS06060 Carmichael
Road: 2.135 acre commercial
property in a high traffic'area.
$2,400,000
#NS06047 John Claridge'
Sub.: Brand new subdivision
with single and multi family lots.
Starting at $82,000
#NS06025 off JFK Drive: 2
acre commercial tract ideal for
a business or warehouse.
$740,000
#NS06004 Port New
Providence: 21,060 sq. ft.
wooded canal front lot with all
utilities and private dock.
$457,000
#5898 Love Beach: Cleared
26,000 sq. ft. beach lot with
approved house plans.
$875,000
Rose Island Beach & Harbour
Club: Newly developing
community of beach, water and
harbour front lots. Starting at
$795,000
Schedule a viewing on-line
today at
.www.HGChristie.com ,or
contact us at (242) 322-1041
sales@hgchristie.com

TWO LOTS FOR SALE
MARSHALL ROAD,
Southem Shores
1 serviced Lot with good
elevation, good views of the
sea and bonefish pond.
$75,000
1 Serviced Lot close to the sea.
$65,000
Tel:327-7621.

TWO (2) 25-ACRE LOTS -
On main Highway, five miles
south of Clarence Town, Long
Island
TWO (2) Lots in South Abaco
TWO (2) Lot in Bahama
Sound $15 in Exuma
Call anytime
327-8026,359-3160.


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BAHAMAS
R E A L T Y
.ST. '?,,
T-7-
RESIDENTIAL
SEA BEACH ESTATES!
Charming spacious family
home in quiet area completely
renovated with new open
kitchen & tiled floors.
Amenities include laundry
room, new central a/c, enclosed
yard, carport, and lots -of
closets. Offered firnished!~i
Ref: 10243: Price: $ 5,000Wa
CABLE `'EAbH! 2b'2t.il
waterfront Condo .' wan v~.'e ,:'
ri. pr7iilai-btiic arnd occeon
Co-npleele l" g riloalted" wilrl' pe?
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app iaric,,, naw a..: u,'na. v *l, -
In ic.Sclil a id I -l3lcul
Ijrnihingi Alio lealure- a
wimrriirg piol Web Ref:
10291. Price: S310,000 .
OLD -FORT BAY!. Elnj
exclusive Bahamian Village
charms of Old Nassau just
steps away from one of the
most exquisite and private
beaches. Island living with all
the comforts of an intimate
resort. Web Ref: 9792. Price:
Lots start at $422,000
DICK'S POINT Gated
community offers 2bd/2.5bt
furnished townhouse with
superb views of Montague Bay
from expansive balcony.
Backyard features L-shaped
pool, tropical landscaping and
private dock to accommodate
large yachts. Other amenities
include a breakfast bar, two
parking spaces, security and
tennis courts. Conveniently
located near stores, schools
and downtown Nassau. Web
Ref: 8584. Price: $445,000
TUSCULUMI Good opportunity
- fixer upper. Hilltop Old
Bahamian style home with
partial ocean views to the North
and partial lake views to the
South. Web Ref: 7248. Price:
$452,000
PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!
Canal front residential lot with
dock located in a prestigious
gated community. This property
comprises of 20,042 SF.
Utilities are available. Web Ref
8587. Price: $455,000
TUSCULUMI Beautifully
positioned hilltop home
overlooking the sea features
3bd/3bt, lushly landscaped
garden w pool and patio.
Additional features Include
covered carport, alarm system,
spacious kitchen w breakfast
room and equipped with
hurricane shutters. Web Ref:
10203. Price: $795,000
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618


BAHAMAS
R 1 A I. 1 Y
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Esr. 1,-s
EASTERN ROAD! Beautiful
5bd/4bt Colonial style home on
3-1/2 acres overlooking
Montague Bay.Features include
a beach, dock, 2-bedroom
cottage and more. Web Ref:
5548. Price: $3.5M
CABLE BEACH! 2 acres
delvePr 00ri h oi- bejcr,ioril
and 15.cuU: I SF Ir t.v.nq spa,:F.
,rinluaonq3bdt r3, nluse w nlp
double bal t res--'-- tliidl
bear, ca.ar3-. -3 cohaoqe ?'*
,:~r garage w*rl' hwo 1 ,eaO
silanrrmo, air, 2.car garage
wilh 2 De' f a"aanmeni
AmErniie,E include pol .
lireplace. .13cauz .and pornd
Web Ref. 10045 Price; S8,4M
RENTALS
RIDGEWAY! Spac:ious Ibd.-ri
cc'rllage. le t.ilre ,prn I1oor
plan, extra large bedroom w
walk-in closet. Furnished,
washer & dryer. Web Ref:
10305. Price: $1,200 p/m
PARADISE ISLAND! Lakefront
1bd/1 bt condo with
Mediterranean charm, pool and
beach access.Offered fully
furnished. Web Ref: 7380.
Price: $1,800 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Oceanfront 2
bed, 2 bath condo located on
the sixth floor. Features include
a washer/dryer and access to a
pool and beach. Excellent
condition. No kids. No pets.
Web Ref: 6906. Price: $2,500
p/m
CABLE BEACH Immaculate &
spacious 2bd/2.5bt townhouse.
Comfortably furnished. Private
back yard & patio. Web Ret:
10306. Price: $2,500 p/m
NAUTICAl Newly built
spacious townhouse in gated
community with swimming
pools and playground.
Beautifully furnished 3bd/2.5bt
with one-car garage. Central
a/c, laundry room, fully
equipped kitchen with
dishwasher and pantry. Master
suite has vaulted ceiling, large
cedar lined walk-in closet, back
deck, hurricane shutters &
more. Web Ret 10184. Price:
$3,750 pmn
SANDYPORTI Gated
community offers access to
restaurants, shopping, night
life, and fun In surf and sun. 3-
story, 3bd/3.5bt Bermuda-styIe
waterfront townhouse fully
fumished and features modem
kitchen, open ving/dining
room, and walk-out balconies
with panoramic canal views.
Private dock and carport. Web
Ref. 10012. Price: $5,300 p/m
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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 -
$23,000
MULTI-FAMILY:
1. 28,000 sq.ft. lot
Approx. 80ft. above ocean
(Adderley's Bay &
SExuma Bank views) -
$40,000
". 29,000 sq.ft. Hilltop.
Approx. 100ft. above ocean
2-ocean views -
$86,000
3. 37,039 sq.ft.
About 210ft. above ocean
Spectacular all around
and ocean views!
$180,000
4. 15,000 sq.ft. Hilly terrain
Land and sea views -
$29,890
Telephone
Knowles Realty
Nassau
327-5237

FOR SALE
0% DOWN DUPLEX LOT
60x100, West Winds. Gated
Community (FREE appraisal,
$80,000.
NEWI Beach rights & ocean
views Saffron Hills Lots,
starting $175,000 Reserve now
w/$2,500 Down.
Few Lots left Indigo. "Gated
Community 60x120 @
$150,000.
Residential Lot Bahama West
(Nassau) 100x230 @ $350,000
57.24 Acres beach front In
Cage Point, Abaco 0 $3.5
Mil.
2+Acres Prime Commercial
Land Blue HIII+ Carmichael
Road. Serious Inquiries only.
Gino: 544-8469, 364-7548 eve.

SOUTH BEACH
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
Spacious 2-bed, 1-bath
Duplex 60x110.
8 years old, well kept.
Enclosed yard with hurricane
shutter. Asking $190,000.
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morlerealty

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
Moore's Island #05-147 -
These 5 acre lots are suitable
for condominiums, apartment
houses, and lodging. Located
close to the airport. Situated
between two main towns. All
utilities available. $65,000
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
Indigo Lots #06-10 Why live
on an island when you can't
see the water? These elevated
lots have direct and partial
ocean views In a planned gated
community. Features
amenities like tennis courts and
swimming pool to enhance your
lifestyle. A rare opportunity to
build your dream home.
$220,000
MORLEY REALTY LIMITED
Tel: 394-7070
Fax: 394-7069
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PAT STRACHAN

HOMESITES
Blue Water Cay, new gated
subdivision located on Fox Hill
Road South near to Yamacraw
Beach Estates all lots are
water-front, fully secured; size
75x1 75, prices start at
$255,000.00-owner financing
available.
Southern Seas, new gated
subdivision located on Bacardi
Road, next to Venice Bay, sizes
start at 80x100, water-front lots
available. Marina, 24hr
security; introductory prices
start at $80,000.00
Old Fort Bay, next to Lyford
Cay, gated 24hr security,
water-front, beach-front and
canal. Lots 75x170 start at
$375,000.00; homes start at
$850,000.00.
Venice Bay, located on
Bacardi Road, fully developed
residential community with
Marina, tennis courts, pool and
plans for hotel and marina.
Residential apartments and
commercial lots available; sizes
100x100 start at $95,000.00.
South Ocean Estates-newly
developed single-family duplex
and multi-family sites available-
100x100 from $80,000.00.
Take advantage of introductory
price!
Westwinds- new subdivision,
located in Love Beach,
surrounded by million dollar
homes; duplex lots 60x100 start
from $80,000.00. 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;
asking
$ 250,000.00. Owner will
consider providing financing.
Carmlchael Road, 19 ACRES,
near Flamingo Gardens Police
Station, over 1,400 ft. of road
frontage, suitable for a housing
development. Asking $ 5
million.
West Place Subdivision
100x50 nestled between Sandy
Port Marina and Westridge
Estates Large Homesites
starting at $150,000.00.
For more Info tel. 323-1983


FOR RENT








PAT STRACHAN

HOMESITES
Off Soldier Road East 3,675
Sq.Ft. large two storey
o-fartment complex consisting
of 4 bed, 2 bath and (3) 1
bedroom apartments near to
commercial establishments -
asking $425,000.00.
Off Wulff Road, Minnie St. 1
1/2 Storey apartment complex
consisting of (4) bed, (2) bath
and (1) bed, (1) bath Street to
street lot 50x215 can easily
convert to office building and an
extra lot for parking.
$250,000.00.
HOMES
Bel Air subdivision, large 4
bed, 2 ? bath, living room,
dining room, family room, tv
room, kitchen and utility room.
Recently painted and
renovated, reduced to
$225,000.00. Offers
welcomed.
Pehanna Acres near to
Yamacraw Beach- New
Construction ready for
occupancy Mar. 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
bath $185,000.00.
For more Info tel. 323-1983



1 & 2 BEDROOM
SPECIOUS APTS,
FOXDALE.
PH: 364-5691 Home After 5pm
35-1119 (wk).

CABLE BEACH-
2-BED, 2-BATH, CONDO
On the beach.
Full furished, private parking,
pool, laundry, $1700/pm
el 422-1833, 392-0713.

BRIGITTE'S
Fully equipped Salon For
RentI 3 Stylist & 2 Nail
Booths. Additional
amenities included. $1,350
monthly, plus security
deposit required. Nice,
clean environment. Great
location.
Serious enquiries only!
394-4720.







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FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT
CABLE BEACH Immaculate, EFFICIENCY FOR RENT MCKINNEY DR, Off OFFICE SPACE ONE BEDROOM APT
one of a kind, 2 bed, 2 bath Included: Light, water, bars, Carmichael Road, 1-bed/ 1- $450 PER MONTH unfumished. Water, bars and
central A/C,-ceiling, fans; tiled A/C cable. $500 per month. bath Apt UTILES INCLUDED C included. Gun Hill, Bernard
foRsCHAE high-EXCU RoadH $450 monthly. $300 sec
floors, high ceilings, fully First and last month and sec fully furn, utilities included, CALL FOR DETAILS, 242- Road. 4 otly, 3 e
furnished and equipped dep. $200. For more cable included. $750/pm. No 356-0545. dep. Tel 341-6316.
washer/ dryer, cable, TV information --please call 392- children.
security bars. $1400 a month, 4769, or 392-1321 ONE BEDROOM APT,
1st/last and $1000 sec. One partly furnished. $525/pm PARA DISE Semi furished, water, light &
One year lease. Suit non EFFICIENCY FORRENT,$150 Pho 323789 Days or 361- cable included, $550/month,
smoking, single or couple. per week. Light and water Phone: 323-8789 Days or 361-, $200 sec deposit. 1st & last
Sorry no children or pets. Tel included. Call 392-7642, 9am- 1160 Eve. month.
327-3832, 427-2851. 5pm, Call 361-7842 after 6pm._ Your Gated John son Terrace Subdivision.
MCKINNEY DRIVE, OFF Executive Community Specialists" Ph: (H)324-5314, (C)423-7540.
CARMICHAEL ROAD EXECUTIVE Houses, Condos CARMICHAEL 1-BED, 1-BATH Treasure Cove, Sandyport, Ideal for couples.
BRAND NEW SPACIOUS Apts East or West, on PI APT FULLY FURN, UTILITIES Old Fort Bay, Lyford aySIZE, white gas
unfurnished 2 1-bed, 1-bath Gated, pool, beach, $1,000 INCLUDED, CABLE $750/PM. Let us take care of your stove with full size gas tank. 3
living & dining room, water $1500 and much more. 393- RENTALS family! months old. $500. 327-6151,
included, secunty bars, washer 110, 393-0868, 454-1230. ONE PARTLY FURN $525/PM. R10 SANDYPORT: 2bed- 557-8501.
space air con edition. Interesting 2bath Condo ocean and canal Treasure Cove R1197- New,
applicant onlyTel 341-2534 EXTRA LARGE 1-BED APT PHONE 323-8789 DAYS, OR views, $3,000.mtly. fum, 4/2 with many upgrades! SEMI-FURN EFFICIENCE,
after 6pm 454-5526 Very nice, new bath & kitchen 361-1160 EVE. NICEa$3,750 water, liglt, cable installed, full
COLONY VILLAGE 3 bed, 1 c/AC, cable, phone, bars, w/D$800. R102 SEABEACH: 2bed- tank of gas.$600/pm, 1st and
bath, A/C, master bed, fenced mn from P1. Good area, $800. MOUNT VERNON APTS 2.5bath townhouse, fully Sandyport R1050- Newly ialajtand $300 :sec dep. Tel
in back yard, water included. 454-1230, 3931110393-0868. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fully fum fumished, pool. remodeled. 313.5 canal fronl 392-3176,i, ,r.- o .$i,
$850/mth. Phone 327-6020, FOR RENT A/C, mastered room, sec $2,000.mtly. home. $5.500 PA E I D 2 d
$0t Poe3 -FOR RFOR RENT PARADISE ISLAND 2 bed.ep
426-2603. services, wash house for .
2 bed 2 1/2 bath townhouse, tenants use only, water R103 CORAL HARBOUR: Treasure Cove R1140- Fum ban. spacious apl. lake view.
semi-furnished, ve spacious, included. No children, or pets. Canalfront 2bed-2.5ath /2 h pool and enclosed eacn access pool central
200/sea beach et. off w7-66est bay. $700 and $800 Phone 393- townhouses, fully funished ard. near ocean $4.000 AFC, washer'dryer. fully
827 r33988 200m5.furnished. $3500/mo. fIrst. last
$1200/pm Tel 327-6659 8257, or 393-9288. $2,000.mty, Cable Beach R2212- Furr. and dep. 422-2723, 36371 60.
FOR RENT MUST SEE brand new R104 CORAL HARBOUR: newly renovated. 2/2 n QUAINT: 1 bedroomunfurn.
Nail Booth $70 beautiful spacious Apt off Canalfront 2bed-2bath beachlron compleB,. $3,500 Aptaval In Yamacraw Beach,
Hair Booth 100 Carmichael Road: C/A, ceiling apartment, fully furnished. csrfe n a22 F 21A 1 fa quInpersod 650th
_nMust See. 356-7749. are 2 a quiet pern $650/p,
Must See. 356-7749. fan, fridge, stove, washer & $1,700.mtly. First and last
FOR RENT dryer, s/screens, & water garden apt. in Cable Beach. uired plus $500 sec dep.
R E included. One 3-bed, 2 1/2 R105 CORAL HARBOUR: 1,500ater and el included,
POITPIER AE, bath, $1,200/pm. Canalfront 2bed-lbath cable and telephone ready.
CHIPPINGHAM Cable Beach R2086- New,
--- '2 BED/'I BATH APT. 2-bed, 1-bath, $800 per month. apartment, furnished. Ca acSorry no pets. To inquire.
COMING TO ORLANDO RSHED M Forbes (day), 323-4488, $1,100.mtly. nicely furn. 2/2.5 townhouse 324-7039 between 9am
Tired of staying in stuffy hotels. 323-4495/6, or eve 362-1008. with enclosed, private yard Tl40 bw5pr.
TI have luurious 4 bedl$750 PER MOENTH Serious inquiries only! R106 CORAL HARBOUR: $2,200 n .____
bathrooms vacation home NO CHILDREN! Canalfront Ibed-lbath SANDYPORT BEACH LANE
bathroom invacati on homne, Call 325-4572 NEW 2-BED, 21/2-BATH finished apartment. Sandyport R1189- Furn. 3/3 NY BE E
pool Near airport, Disney, FULLY FURNISHED, spacious FRIDGE, STOVE, WASHER & generator, dock and many penthouse Apt with beautiful
Mal, allother attraction. 3 bedrooms; 2 bath house, DRYER INCLUDED. CENTRAL Contact: upgrades! $7,000 views of the cana and ocean,
Bahamas 242-356-0544, enclosed patio + yard; sec bars, AIR IN CORAL VISTA. EXECUTIVE REAL central air, front and rear patios
US 818-470-7237. cable & Internet ready, CONTACT 3575747. TEL: 362-1027 or 557-0288 Twynam R2220- Furn. offic facilities, boat dock,
$1,300/pm Sea Breeze Estates. T O st la7 Ca. spacious s 3/2 in central location. beach, pools, tennis courts, et.
$ TCOMMERCIAL BLDG ELE E int spacious 3/2 in central location. and 24-hr sec. $3,500 per
COM CIAL B G Tel:557-3972, 324-5013. NEW APT VENUS BAY WEST Se ired a t $2,300 an month. l 327-86 500
FOR RENT 2-bed, 1-bath, semi-furnished, Sea Breeze Estates month. Tel 327-8135.
MARKET STREET FURNISHED EFFICIENCY fridge and stove, central air, Efficiency. Light, water and Towers of Cable Beach SEA BEACH ESTATES
ASKING $1200/PM FOR RENT. sec windows., washer anp d cable included. Clean and R2223- Furn. 2/2 beachBront Townhouse fully furnished
CALL 356-8962 OR 427-6654., $550 MTHLY, FIRST, LAST dryer on premises. $900 attractive Ideal for a single condo. Amazing vies! $2,500 spacious, 5 mins from beach,
AND SECURITY DEPOSIT OF monthly, 1st and last. Contact person or a married couple .c60, bU ra bar ,
$300 IS REQUIRED. 362-1586 after 6pm. $550.00 per month. Security Treasure Cove R1180-- 1cale, elepoear, televisn,











C.A.CHRISTIE REAL E STATE Call 324-2525. readyofTrogcal Ga'rdn,5ASK ^ FORMRS RAYr Skyline Lakes R2142- Furn (Lig-htandwater included.)
WATER, LIGHT, TELEPHONE deposit, first and last month Spaciousfurn. 5/3 with pool in washer & dryer. $1,600 per






AN1 & 2 bedrooms, unfurnished 3 bedrooms (air conditioned), 2 deposit, $500.00. Telephone el area $550 p Seabeach R2224- Furn. 2/1.5 FURNISHED ROOM WITH
Ap. T ce b LE INC DED. NEWLY BUILT APTS rent required a gated, oceanfront community month. 422-2604 457-1007,
NO CHILDREN OR PETSFOR RENT Phone 324-2777. $5,500 327-0232.
392-4746. Misty Gardens Subd off -
Marshall Road (Southern UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath Old Fort Bay R1154- SKYLINE DRIVE AREA, a
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent District) located in Yamacraw Shores Immaculate 5/4 furn. Home on prestigious neighbourhood,
1 mmax security screens, I 2-bedroom, 1-bath Apt near beach. Conveniently canal with 1/1 guest cottage nearcablebeach: -
DOWNTOWN: Beautiful fully furnished. 1 1-bedroom, 1-bath Apt located to wash house, beauty and pool. $19,000 2 bedroom cottage $1300
Colonial Building dating back to Call: Dorothy Lunn Include: Water, A/C, brand new salon and convenience store. 3 bed apartment $1800
1700's. 4,500 s/ft and 1,800 Tel: 341-4265 fridge & stove, burglar bars. Minutes away from pharmacy Caves Point R2153- Furn. 1 Bedroom apartment $900
s/ft Auxiliary Building; both Contact: Mrs munroe at 341- and food store. Central air and 3/3.5 condo with amazing All with A/C and exclusive of
excellent condition. Idealfor GREENWOOD ROAD, Off 4187 after 7pm. water included. In quite views $5,000 utilities. Call 327-8866.
Gourmet Restaurant or Village Road. Single
Executive Offices. One of professional person (male) NEWLY BUILD, 2 bed, 1 bath residential area Rent $800 per abeach Estates R2216- RESTAURANT FOR RENT
kind! wanted to share house in lovely apartment central air, stove month. First and last month Estate 2- I RE
in l B quiet neighbourhood $600 er fidge, microwave, burglar bar rent and $400 security deposit Furn. 2/1 with private yard. IN A BUSY AREA
Call Bernadette Miller e 4705. 5g, microwave, urgar ar FULLY FURNISHED
3264800 3253957 month. Serious enquiries only. washer, cable Iphone lines required. Phone, electricity and $1,600 FULLY FURNISHED
Call 324-2525. read off Troical Garden cable ready. Ca11.364-5961 $1200 PER MONTH
C.A. CHRISTIE REAL ESTATE Gminutes from airport 10 minutes ASK FOR MRS GRAY Skyline Lakes R2142- Furn (Light and water included.)
2/2.5 and 3/2.5 townhouses in 361-4502.
HOUSE FOR RENT from Cable Beach, $1,000 per NEWLY BUILT one bedroom the west. Starting at $2,000
EASTERN AREA in quiet neighbourhood. month, first & last, security NEWLY BUILT one bedroom the west. Starting at $2,000RENT
1 & 2 bedrooms, unfurnished 3 bedrooms (air conditioned), 2 deposit, $500.00. Telephone apartment for rent in ROOMS FOR RENT
Carmichael area. $560 per Seabeach R2224- Furn. 2/1.5 FURNISHED ROOM WITH
Apts. Telephone, cable bathrooms, living room, family 327-5092, or 357-9496. month enclosed yard, burglar townhouse. Spacious and SEPARATE BATH,
available. $500 & $600 per room, kitchen, dining room,motenlsdyrbgarowhse. Saiu ndEP AEBT
month. Contact 324-4262. enclosed patio, washroom SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM APT bars, ceiling fans, air condition, close to beach! $1,500 OUT EAST
carport, yard practically For rent Medco Avenue off private parking, water included. $100/WEEK, 1ST, LAST PLUS
EASTERN AREA enclosed, water included. Carmichael Rd. C/air, ceiling For more information call 361- Commercial Rentals $200 SEC DEPO.
1 bedrooms, unfurnished Ats. Please contact, 324-2862. fans, tiled floors, burglar bars, 3279. Please no children. Palmdale R3038- Approx. Tel 356-5644 evenings only.
Telephone, cable available. vertical blinds, breakfast _1,000 sq.ft office space,
$500 & $600 per month. NEW TOWNHOUSE 2 bed counter, gated, and beautifully JOAN'S HEIGHT 2 bedroom, centrally located. $1,500 ROOMS FOR RENT:
Contact 324-4262. room, 1 1/2- hath of Cowpen landscaped yard with excellent 1 bath, burglar bars, A/C, 2 bed, 2 bath Apt, $130/wk.
Road. Security bars, central air, lighting. $580/pm, first and last parking, quiet area, water For more rental listings call Furn. elec, water, cable, phone
NAIL BOOTH FOR RENT first and last month rent plus $400 security deposit, Water included. $700 per month, first Paradise Real Estate 325-3000 incl. Quiet environment. $500 to
IN BUSY BEAUTY SALON secUrity deposit, and cable inrlDded.d Call 361- and last.+.$3.QO.rs.-al 392-. ... v.Qrvisit move in. 422-4542, 322-7276,
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RENTALS
3599 Lyford Cay: Lovely 3 bed
3 1/2 bath home with generator,
lots of storage, a decor that
states island elegance,
enclosed and landscaped
grounds, pool, Jacuzzi, an
alarm system, plus a 1 bed 1
bath apartment downstairs.
$12,000/pm.
3652 Old Fort: Newly
constructed "Key West" 3 bed
house with its own beach and
dock, tile floors and covered
verandahs. $7500/pm.
3607 Sandyport: Fully
furnished unit enjoying wooden
floors throughout and
Travertine Tiles, French doors,
tray ceilings throughout,
hurricane shutters, gazebo, and
an oversized patio and BBQ
area in the back. $6800/pm.
3606 Tusculum: Enjoy scenic
views in this lovely 3 bed home
that has fine amenities. Pool,
spacious kitchen and tray
ceilings. $5500/pm.
3588 Seapointe: Furnished 3
bed, 3.5 bath unit in
immaculate move-in condition.
Central air, spacious living
areas, water softening system,
washer/dryer in unit and 2
parking spaces. Hurricane
proof windows, hurricane
shutters, pool waterfront view
and 24hr. security. $4900/pm.
3614 Conchrest: Enjoy
panoramic ocean views from
the balcony as well as tasteful
furnishings and decor in this
lovely 2 bed, 2 bath penthouse
unit with spacious living areas,
ceiling fans, central air, fully
equipped kitchen, hurricane
shutters, a wet bar with wine
cooler and mini fridge and
access to all floors and laundry
facilities. $3800/pm.
3572 Palmdale: Centrally
located commercial building
with tile and wood floors, C
units, 3 offices, 2 bathrooms,
kitchenette, reception and
waiting area. Adequate parking
and a 300 sq. ft. storage room
at the rear. $3500/pm.
3589 Twynam Ave: Furnished
3 bed, 2 bath unit with ceramic
tiles, carpet, laundry room with
new washer and dryer, fully
equipped kitchen, patio, A/C,
and a fully enclosed and
landscaped yard. $2300/pm.
CALL ERA Dupuch
Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@eradupuch.com
www.erabahamas.com


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mo realty


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 comer of Shirley
Street & Elizabeth Avenue
WONG'S PLAZA Upstairs
offices ready for immediate
occupancy. 936 sq. ft. 1,100
sq. ft.
Shops For Rent
EAST BAY 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 Rnt
GOLD CITY Farrington 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


FOR RENT
ROOM FOR RENT $300.
WATER AND LIGHT INCLED.
PHONE 394-7202.
SANDILANDS VILLAGE
COTTAGE FOR RENT
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED.
$125 PER WEEK.
TEL 364-4961.
SEA BEACH ESTATES
2-bed, 2 1/2-bath, fully
furnished, pool, central, A/C,
3 minutes from beach, $1,800.
Phone 327-2802.
SEMI-FURNISHED, air
condition one bedroom
apartment for rent. London Ave,
Millers Heights Subdivision.
Water included. $550/pm. Tel
341-2709.
SMALL ONE BEDROOM APT
Quiet area. Utilities included.
Light, water, cable gas. A/C
and security bars. $650 per
month.
Ph: 393-2829, Cell 395-8083
TENTS FOR RENT
For cookouts, meetings etc.
12'x12' $50 per day.
Phone: 426-4967
TENTS FOR RENT
For cookouts, meetings etc.
12'x12' $50 per day.
Phone: 426-4967
TWO 2 BEDROOM FURN APT
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED.
GARDENS HILLS #2.
$900 PER MONTH.
PHONE 323-80038, 324-7266.
TWO BEDROOM to share. Off
Carmichael Road. $300/pm.
Call after 5pm. 361-2956.
1-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT
FOR RENT CORDEAUX
AVENUE, NC, CEILING FAN &
SECURITY BARS WATER
INCLUDED. NO KIDS $500
PER MONTH 1ST & LAST
PLUS $300 SEC DEPO.
CALL 362-0814, OR 434-0742.
1-BED/1-BATH, Joan's
Heights, Fridge stove, newly
renovated. $500, first/last, $300
sec dep. 393-8317.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
$550 per month.
2 bedroom Apartment $650 per
month.
A/C, security screens & gate.
Water included. Located off
Parkgate Rd. Phone 341-1523.
1-BEDROOM APARTMENT for
rent, off Carmichael Rd cnr opp
Detention cnr, $550, 1st & last,
$500 deposit. Water inic Tel
356-6904 Tina;
357-7714 Jeff.
1-BEDROOM APT Nassau
Village water included. $500
Tel 394-1880 day, or-393-4454
eve.
1-BEDROOM APT, Soldier
Road, fully fumished,- A/C,
water & light, no kids, no pets
$550.00/pm Tel 357-8106..
1 LARGE BEDROOM -
DANOTTAGE
Includes: Light, water, Internet
(telephone connected)
dishwasher, washing machine.
$750 per month. Tel364-6812.


FOR RENT
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Faith GARDENS 2-bed, 1-bath,
water, fridge, stove, washer,
dryer and central air and
security bars $750 per month.
Tel 457-1456.
BRAND NEW 1 bed Apt, A/C,
cable, phone, bars, good area
5 min from PI, $700.
393-1110, 454-1230, 393-0868
Brand New Apt.
Boatswain Hill. Spacious 2b 1b,
central a/c, c.fans, in-door
washer/dryer facility, sec.bars,
end yard, water incl. $750pm,
1st, last & $500 security
deposit.
Ph:361-3915, 422-4054.

Brand New Apt.
Off Mckinney. Spacious 2b Ib,
central a/c, c.fans, home sec.
alarm, in-door washer/ dryer
conn., sec.bars, water incl.
$750pm, 1st, last & $500
security deposit.
Tel.: 324-4359evenings or 565-
1689days
BRAND NEW EXECUTIVE
APARTMENT FOR RENT
CORAL VISTA, CORAL
HARBOUR. 2-BED, 2-BATHS,
A/C, WASHER, DRYER,
FRIDGE, STOVE, WATER
INCLUDED. $1,200 PER
MONTH.
TEL 422-3486, 362-1676.
ATTENTION BUSINESS II
Looking for a new 1-bedroom
Apartment for your employer?
Private, nice, and quiet
location. St Andrew Beach. Tel
364-7829.
BRIGITTE'S
Booths For Rent
Stylists & Nail Techs
$150 weekly, plus sec dep
required. Nice, .clean
environment. Great location.
Serious enquiries only!
394-4720.
FOXDALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
$800. Tel 324-1735.
CABLE BEACH BelAir Apts.
Spacious 560 sq ft., furnished
one bedroom apt. A/C, cable,
laundry facilities. Sorry no
children or pets. $800/0m.
Please call Phone 327-7601 or
556-9318.
1 FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT
PLEASE DO NOT BRING ANY
OTHER FURNITURE IN
ROOM, ONE SINGLE
BACHELOR ONLY. NO KIDS.
NO PETS. OFF EAST ST ON
CROOKED ISLAND ST JUST
ACROSS FROM A
CONVENIENT STORE QUIET
CLEAN ENCLOSED YARD.
2 BLOCK FROM BUS STOP.
CEILING FAN IN ALL ROOMS,
BEDROOM, FRONT ROOM
AND KITCHEN NEWLY
RENOVATED. ALL UTILITIES
INCLUDED. LIGTH HOT/
COLD WATER, PHONE,
CABLE. $150 PER WEEK,
$500 TO MOVE IN. WEEKLY
ONLY. CALL MS KEMP
BETWEEN 9AM AND 6PM.
TEL 326-0669., ...


1


FOR RENT
1-BEDROOM, AC APT,
UNFURNISHED, SINGLE
PERSON OR COUPLE,
LIGHT, WATER, LOVESEAT &
CHAIR INCLUDED. $500 PER
MOTH, 1ST AND LAST
MONTH RENT + $300 SEC
DEP. NO PETS. CALL 325-
8398.
2 APARTMENT FOR RENT
Eden Estates, off Johnson
Terrace, Johnson Road. Newly
built enclosed yard, water
included.
2 bed, unfurnished
1 bed fridge, stove $750 each,
1st, and last month, sec dep
$400. Call 364-7698.
2 bedroom Apt,
Spacious. water included
700p/m +400 sec.dep. A/C
burg. bars. Blue Hill Rd. South.
Ph.3412692.
2 NEWLY BUILT HOUSES 3-
bed, 2-bath each. Own
spacious fenced-in yard. Off
Fox Dale, $1200 per month.
Phone 324-2504.
2 SEPARATE ROOMS
FOR RENT. CABLE, WATER,
LIGHT INCLUDED.
$500 PER MONTH.
TEL 361-1507.
2-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT
NC, c/fan, wood ceiling, very
clean, water included,
$675/pm, 1st & last+ $350 dep.
No pets. Sandilands Village,
Phone 456-8275.
2-BED, 1-BATH, fridge, stove
washer/dryer, burglar bars, A/C
ceiling fans, phone & cable gas.
$850/pm. 477-0972.
BRAND NEW EFFICIENCY -
Seabreeze Lane $500.00 per
month includes: fridge, stove,
water, security bars, ceiling fan,
smoke detector & mini blinds.
NO PETSI
MUST SEE! Call 364-1853
2-BED, 2-BATH, semi-
furnished apartment,
Westridge, off Cable Beach,
behind Super Value, security
screen, storm shutters,
porcelain tile, wood ceilings,
fans, central air, patio, walled-in
security lights, $1100 per
month, 1st, last + sec needed.)
Serious esquires only, 327-
0667 Please leave msg, if no
answer.
2-BED/-1BATH Stapledon.
Water, phone, cable, private
Washer/Dryer. Fully furnished
A/C., fenced in. $900 monthly.
first/last, $400 sec. 393-8317,
Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm.
2-BEDROOM FOR RENT.
YAMACRAW BEACH.
TEL 324-5822.
2-BEDROOM APT, Hanna Rd.
Fridge, stove, A/C In bedroom.
Water included. Coin washer
and dryer. $725/pm. Tel 364-
2023.
2-BEDROOM APT, off
Hampster Road, c/air, washer
dryer, fridge & stove Included.
$800/pm, 1st, last, $800
deposit. Phone 361-2245.
CABLE BEACH 2 bedroom. 1
bath, fumished. 327-4881.


FOR RENT
2-BEDROOM partly lum spl in
Smith's Cove off Joe Farrington
Road. A/C, security bars,
fridge, and stove incld. $850
per month + $500 sec dep. Ph
323-4360.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
Fox Hill Fridge, stove, water,
incl. $650 per month, 1st, last +
$600 sec.
Phone 558-3542, 9-5pm.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
upstairs apartment in Pinedale.
Sorry no children please.
Rental includes FREE water
and clothes washer. $650 per
month, first & last with $300 sec
dep. Phone Sundays thru
Friday, 364-1460 or 323-8280.
2-BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATHS
basically fumished Apt., City
$3,000 per month. First & last
month, one month security IN
ADVANCE. Serious inquiries
only. Call 327-4316 leave msg
Email:
citycomfortapt13@yahoo.com
2200SQ FT SPLIT LEVEL
CONDO
2-bed, 2 1/2 bath. Fully
furnished. central A/C, standby
generator. $2500 per month.
Serious inquiries ONLY.
Call 457-0852 day time, or 362-
0347 evenings.
3 NEWLY BUILT 1-bedroom,
1-bathroom apartments very
spacious, A/C & ceiling fans,
fridge & stove all new
appliances, first tank of gas
included, water included, cable
included, washer & dryer, lots
of parking, property completely
enclosed with Automate gate
access, outdoor lighting
Property is centrally located. I
you don't drive public
transportation is three to five
minutes walk. $625.00 per
month, first & last, & $525.00
sec depo.
* 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fully
furnished Apt water, cable
central air & ceiling fans
washer & dryer. $825.00 per
month, first & last & $725.000
sec. depo.
Call for appointment 325-7675,
454-6535. Available April 15th.
Perfect for newly weds.

2-BED, 2-BATH APT
Fum, elec, water, cable, phone
incl. Quiet environment. $950
per month, First & last month's
rent and $500 sec depo requ.
422-4542, 322-7276, 341-5034
Dianne.


HOMELESS LADY SEEKING
to live in a house with a
Christian lady or family.
Cell 535-0769.
YOUNG FEMALE wanted tc
share 2 bedroom apartment
$100/week, $350 to move in
All utilities included. 525-8015.
ROOM MATE WANTED TC
SHARE APARTMENT. PHONE
558-7745,


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SAL A A BETE I


WANTS
TO SHARE
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
UNFURNISHED ROOM, NO
KIDS, NO KIDS, FEMALE
ONLY, $350/PM SECURITY
REQ., CABLE, WATER &
PHONE INCLUDED.
CALL AFTER 6PM. 364-7638.
UNFURNISHED ROOM
Single female only.
$375/mth, first & last months,
$250 security deposit
All utilities.Soldier Rd.
Tel 394-1513(H), 328-
4615(W).
WANTS TO SHARE
2 bedroom house in private
yard. Single female only $380
per month, first and last months
plus $250 security
deposit, all utilities included.
Soldier Road, Glendale Subd.
Cotact Paula at 394-1513(H),
or 326-3276
I AM HONEST,
TRUSTWORTH unemployed
person seeking to live-in a
house with a family. Call 535-
0769.
ROOM MATE wanted to share
2 bedroom apartment
Carmichael Road. $275 per
month first and last month,
$200 sec depo. Tel 434-6286.


HELP WANTED
LADIES ARE YOU a talented
dancer? Exotic dancers needed
for private functions. Serious
inquiries only contact 525-8535
for more info, or
desb026@hotmail.com
to apply.

MOBILE CAR WASH
1 Manager needed with crew.
Serious persons may call 425-
1482.
NEEDED: CONCH STAND
Conchman who knows how to
make Scorch Conch and Conch
Salad. Call 328-0002.
HAIR & NAIL TECH BOOTHS
FOR RENT
EXCELLENT ENVIRONMENT
Tel 426-2243 / 326-6138
Gardener/Handyman
needed. Telephone 393-4595
LIMOUSINE & TAXI SERVICE
is looking for Drivers with
Public Service badge,
well groomed and dependable.
Phone 326-4172.
LIVE-IN MAID wanted to cook,
clean and care for baby.
Phonoe 323-3614, Mon to Fri,
9-5pm.
WANTED: Filipino/Chinese
Assistant Cook to prepare
Filipino & Chinese dishes. Call
328-1922.

LOOKING FOR TWO
attractive young energetic
serious females to work in
sporting lounge. MUST be
computer literate and must be
able to work shift For more
information please contact Mr.
Rolle at 356-2475.-


HELP WANTED

PART TIME HELP WANTED
Caregiver/Housekeeper
Duties will include: Assisting
with the care of elderly lady in
early stages of Alzheimer's;
cleaning; and performance of
tasks related to running of
home. Successful applicant will-
be kind, caring, well groomed,
well-spoken, and comfortable
with family dog. Applicant must
possess good written and oral
skills and hold a clean driver's
licence. Experience preferred,
but nursing degree not
required. Some travel. Salary
commensurate with
qualifications and experience.
Please send resume to: PO
Box SS-5430, Nassau, NP.
PART-TIME NURSE
Needed to work several days a
week. Interested persons
should apply in writing to: Office
Manager, PO Box SS-5700
Nassau, Bahamas.
PEARL ISLAND is looking for
Bartender and Cashier.
Apply in person, Tuesday,
Friday & Saturday, 7am, no
later to Bayshore Marina, Bay
Street.
PHARMACY TECH needed to
work in Island. Tel 323-1305,
425-1790.
PROJECT MANAGER
required. Expertise in forming,
pouring concrete, design &
engineering of waterfalls,
ponds, pools. Plan, organize,
resources lead and monitor the
assigned projects) to ensure
that the project is delivered
within agreed time, cost and
specification. Provide monthly
project management reports.
Maintenance of proper and up-
to-date project file
administration records.
Minimum 12 to 14 years of
expedience in construction.
Please fax resume along with a
copy of all certificates to 362-
5798.
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 ,O F 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/DEVELOPM
ENT. PLEASE FAX RESUME
ALONG WITH A COPY OF ALL
,CERTIFICATES TO 362-5798.


HELP WANTED
SALES COORDINATOR
Prominent international hotel
chain seeks qualified applicants
for the position of Sales
Coordinator. Interested
applicants should possess the
following:,
* Degree in Hospitality
Management,- Sales,
Marketing or a related field
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office
Programs
* At least two years related
experience
* Excellent interpersonal skills
* Excellent time management
skills
* The ability to work flexible
hours and travel
* Excellent communication skills
* Knowledge of a foreign
language would be an asset
Applications and resumes
should be sent to:
The Human Resources
Manager,
Re: Sales Coordinator,
P. O. Box CB-13049,
Nassau, Bahamas.
All documents should be
received no later than

SECURITY SUPERVISORS) -
FULL TIME SECURITY SHIFT
SUPERVISOR POSITION
AVAILABLE AT THE MALL AT
MARATHON. PRIOR
SECURITY EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED. VERY GOOD
PAY AND BENEFITS. APPLY
IN PERSON. MALL
MANAGEMENT OFFICES. NO
PHONE CALL PLEASE.
URGENTLY NEEDED
NAIL TECHNICIAN
(CHRISTIAN) TO DO
NAIL ART.
Basic Salary and Commission.
PHONE 328-1250.
WAITRESS needed.
21 yrs & over, willing to work at
nights. Call 393-7730.
WANTED
1 Full time Teenage Helper
1 Helper with driver's licence
under 30 years old.
Come in to A. Wong & Son
Grocery, Bay Street, 7am-
10am. DO NOT CALL.
WANTED INVESTORS
for a Maritime Venture
Guaranteed Returnll
Serious inquiry only.
Contact 535-1375.
WANTED: Energetic female
ADVERTISING AGENT for
newspaper publication, must
have experience in sales. Call
328-0002.
WANTED: Experienced airline
ticketing agent, please rax
resume to: 328-8589. All
inquiries confidential.
LOOKING FOR LIVE-IN MAID
and Nanny. All inquiries kindly
send letter or Interests, -or
resume to: Live-in Maid, PO
Box EE-16985, Nassau,
Bahamas.
WANTED: Friendly, reliable
and honest person for sales
position. Must be computer
literate an highly motivated. Call
393-7658, --- - -


I HELP WANTED I
1 SERVICE TECHNICIAN Must
have 5 years or more field
experience with servicing
commercial and industrial
refrigeration and air
conditioning systems. Must
possess a diploma from an
accredited school in HVAC/R
and EPA certification.
Successful candidate will be
able to supervise projects and
assist with scheduling. Fax
resume to 356-6620.
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
required- to manage daily
operations of growing
company. Candidate must be
punctual, organized and able to
work with minimal supervision.
Must have in depth knowledge
of Quickbooks and Microsoft.
office (Word, Excel, etc).
Excellent communication skills,
and display professionalism' at
all times.
An Associates Degree in
Business preferred. ..
Salary and benefitsfits
commensurate with experience.
Please Fax resume to .
362-0900.
AUDITION.
FEMALE R&B SINGER
AGE 22-27
PHONE 636-9776.
BAHAMAS CONSTRUCTION
AND DEVELOPMENT is
seeking an individual to provide
administrative support at our
local branch located at Eight
Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.
This individual should have at
least 1 year of administrative
experience and a willingness to
learn new things. Excel and
Word a must. Please fax
resumes to Aileen Miller at 954-
429-1506. No phone calls
please. A valid work permit and
an NIB form are prerequisites
for employment.
BAHAMAS EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY IN HEPBURN
HOUSE ON SHIRLEY STREET
NEEDS:
8 SALES PERSONS WITH
BUBBLIE PERSONALITIES,
FRIENDLY AND LOVE
WORKING WITH PEOPLE
(TOURIST)HARD WORKING.
MONDAY-THURSDAY 9-5PM
PLEASE BRING (IN PERSON)
TWO (2). REFERENCES
FROM PASS EMPLOYERS,
VALID POLICE RECORD,
ONE (1) PASSPORT PHOTO,
& RESUME.

BAHAMAS leading Food
Service Distributor is looking for
an experienced Outside Sales
person with exposure to the
Food service industry. These
persons should have
experience in sales to
restaurant and hotels. If you
meet these qualifications
please submit our resume to:
PO Box below.
PO Box N-4401,
Nassau, Bahamas.
Attn:: Human Resources Dept.
BUS DRIVER NEEDED
Route 15A
All necessary documentation
are required
Please call 477-0601 or
324-0212.


HELP WANTED
BUSINESS seeks Ik.lled Single
Phase Electrician to install low
voltage systems. Resume &
two reference letters required.
Training provided. For info call
326-5483.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT,
6 masons needed, 4 carpenters
needed. Call 557-8373, 362-
5475 ask for Jerry.
CONVENIENCE STORE needs
skilled butcher/general worker.
Serious inquiries only. Contact
326-8878.
DELIVERY SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE
ESTABLtHED,-' COMPANY
SEEK .,,AN, E E RIENCE D
(NPIVID 'TO, ,1LL T.ME
ABOVE POSITION. 'DUTIES
INCLUDE ORG'ANIZiNG
DRIVICGIA MANUAL SI\FT
TRUCK IN A' SAFE MANNER.
t:ANDIBA.TE MI.iST BE.A5BLE-
TO PROJECT .THE
PROFESSOR -NL IMAGE THiT
T1-E COMiPARN' .M41fITAINS
AND 4LU0 BE .LE TO
ARTICULATE tHil. OR
H-ERSELF. EXCELLENT-
SALARY ND QF'PORTUIIT,'
FOR ADvA4N CErErJT
BENEFITS AVAILABLE.
PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy@batelnet.bs
GENERATOR TECHNICIAN
wanted on small island in
Exumas. Must be experienced
and qualified to work on
Caterpillar diesels. Good
opportunity for a responsible
person.
Fax resumes to 242-355-4037.
NEED SECURITY OFFICERS
to work nights, must have
experience in this field.
Serious inquires only.
Contact 525-8535, or
debs026@hotmail.com
for more info.
EXPERIENCED TAXI DRIVER
wanted, age 25 years or older
with Public Service licnece. Call
525-3012, or 454-3652.
HANDYMAN needed.
Tel 367-2058.
HARBOURSIDE MARINE LTD
is looking for a qualified person
to fill the position of Parts/Sales
Clerk. Experience with both
Parts Sales and computer skills
are a must. Applicants can fax
their resume to: 242-394-3885.
HELP THE CONSTRUCTION
APPRENTICESHIP
PROGRAMME KEEP
WORKERS EMPLOYED.
TEL: 328-2709, OR 456-7334.

HOSTESS NEEDED,
PART-TIME OR FULL- TIME
CALL MARIA FOR MORE
INFORMATION @ 326-1296
INVENTORY SUPERVISOR
needed for marine business.
Must be computer literate and
have marine knowledge.
Please fax resume to:
394-7659.
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
NEEDED. CALL 325-8662.


HELP WANTED

WANTED: Inlelligent.
hardworking female, age 30-45
years to work in retail store.
Must be high school graduate
Fax resume and certificates to
Fax 325-2398.

SALES ASSOC
YOUNG, FAST PACED
COMPANY looking to employ
female Sales Associates that
meet the following criteria.
* Attractive, well groomed
appearance
* Engaging smile
* Well spoken, able to initiate
conversation
* Experience in high end retail
sales,wquld be an asset
* Geuinely,likedpppaje
Live!lyr.utgoingi perspality
please hand delivery. resume.
)hoto and references to
3radise Bloeturf o:op ,n ine
Marina; 'Vilage c-on Parad.,e .
Ista dri oer -;; nw .- i ; !i:'. ,I::,
Qnly-eapplicants h, giq etb>all:,
the above critera, -andrsbgit.,
ill required paperwork will be
;onsidered:fo .anjirnteview.-NQO
PHONE CALLSis ,- h.r : ..

.- MEDICAL OFFICE
RECEPTIONIST
Needed to work Monday to
Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Experience in Microsoft Word
required. Excel would be a
plus. Interested persons should
apply in writing to: Office
Manager, PO Box SS-5700,
Nassau, Bahamas.
HANDYMAN needed.
Tel 393-2473, 357-4919.
Open Call For
Back Ground Singers
International Artist/Songwriter
seeking male or female
background singers for
recording work and live
performance both locally and
abroad in high profile shows.
Must be 18 yrs. or older and
have experience and a strong
image. Highly experienced
Background singers or singers
with dance experience or
musical instrument skills will be
given preference.
Please submit application with
a full body photo and any
reference material of past work
to HYPERLINK
"mailto:sharpexecasst@yahoo.
com"
sharpexecasst@vahoo.com for
consideration, or mail by post to
P.O. Box SS-19970 labeled
AUDITIONS. ONLY Suitable
Candidates selected will be
offered a live audition date.
Submit early to ensure your
spot for this rare opportunity.

BUSINESS
SERVICES

BILL PAYING
SERVICE
You may be too busy, but we
have the time to pay cable;
BEC; water, Batelco or any
other bill for a small FEE.
Call 324-1005, 380-1546.







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BUSINESS
SERVICES


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

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


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COLLIE S CONSTRUCTION
We build and repair houses
Call 392-5404 today!
FOR ALL YOUR DISHNET
Direct TV, Pansat Sales
Installation and Programming.
18", 24" and 30".
Satellite dishes. available.
Phone 324-5467, 636-3916.
LAMP REPAIRS
ALL TYPE LAMPS
REPAIRED
CALL 324-1005, 380-1546.
PANSAT PROGRAMMING $40
DVD GOOD QUALITY $10
PANSAT 3500 SD $350
(PROGRAMMED)
18" DISH $75
GENESIS BARBER, KEMP RD
TEL:394-1701/455-9587.
PERSONAL BANKING
SERVICES
For confidential
Business or Personal Banking.
Call 324-1005, 380-1546.
ROOF REPAIR, DRY WALL
wood and vinyl siding, porches
& decks, interior, exterior
painting, fencing, finish
carpentry. Tel: 525-7257
SHOP AT HOME!!
Gifts For Mom
Ph: (242)326-1606
Cell:(242)557-8665
FREE catalog


DO YOU NEED
Special Auto Parts & Glass
shipped within 24 hrs, or are
you looking for a quality used
car at an affordable price?
Contact:
Auto Parts & Glass Exports
and S & L Auto Sales
"Your Auto Shop of the Future!"
TELEPHONE 322-2993
CELL 456-9097.
W.H.F. ARCHITECTURAL
Consultant & Planners
"Your one stop building center"
*Architecture
*3D Designs
*Marine Construction
*Construction
*Engineering
*Real Estate
Phone 324-4048/558-3689,
Mt Vernon.


BUSINESS
SERVICES

MAIL SERVICES
For personal mail pick up and
delivery.
Call 324-1005, 380-1546.

CARDLESS RECEIVERS
MARCH MAY
PROGRAMMING SPECIAL
$35 (2 MONTHS).
PHONE 525-0927/393-8096
CALL NOW!

POSITION
WANTED
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-Fri.
Call 535-0769 ask for Kay.
LADIES seek jobs live in/out
care for elderly/housekeeping,
babysiting,
Tel: 322-5029, 325-7905.
LADIES seek jobs live-in/out
care for elderly, housekeeping,
baby sitting. 322-5029, 325-
7905.
LADY seeks days work to
clean or iron. 392-2917.
LADY seeks days work with
single person also as nanny or
caregiver. Beverly 393-8917,
394-5715.
LADY seeks job as live out -
live-in days work. call 445-
3965.
LADY seeks night job as front
desk clerk or night babysitting.
Be sure to ask for Ms Curry,
361-7465, Cell 456-8029.
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.
MATURE LADY with 20+ years
experience in banking
administration seeks part-time
work, not necessarily in
banking field. Excellent written
and oral communication skills,
articulate, highly confidential
and reliable. Computer literate
and can start immediately.
Please call 393-2314.
NEED SOMEONE TO TAKE
YOUR PET TO THE
GROOMER/VET OR GIVE
MEDICATION. CALL 341.5969
PRACTICAL NURSE with 17
years experience seeking job to
care for the elderly preferred In
Lyford Cay area, Love Beach,
Out East or West. Tel 341-
8993.
RELIABLE LADY seeks job to
care for the elderly and days
work. Contact 423-7905.


POSITION
WANTED
43-YEAR OLD seeking job as
live-in maid to care for elderly
or baby. Call 322-5317 anytime
after 6pm ask for Joan.
CERTIFIED NURSING ASST
CAREGIVER looking for
evenings or night/morning shift.
Phone 392-3087, 525-1033 call
anytime.
COLLEGE STUDENT WANTS
part time work. Experience in:
A/R, A/P, Excel, Word,
Publishing, Quickbooks,
Accpac, counterpoint &
financial statements. Phone
328-1744, 636-5863.
EXECUTIVE HOUSEKEEPER
well qualified and experience.
Tel: 392-1701 after 4pm
Cell: 454-8081
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.
GRAPHIC ARTIST seeks
employment, more than 6 years
experience knowledge in all
graphic application programs.
(Photoshop, Freehand, Quark
Xpress in design, etc.) Call
558-2371.
Serious enquiris only!
TEL 392-3043, 636-8400
*PRIVATE COUNSELING
SERVICE FOR BROKEN
RELATIONSHIPS
*MAID/HOUSEKEEPER
SERVICES
*NEED YOUR HOUSES/APT
CLEAN
*STOP THAT CHEATING
HUSBAND/WIFE
*PRIVATE SECURITY
SERVICE
*PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS
*NEED A JOB FAST, AND
ONE THAT CAN LAST
*CHEUFFEUR, ESCORT
SERVIECS
*DONATE CASH CLOTHING
OR FOOD TO THE LESS
FORTUNATE
*NEED HOUSE APARTMENT
PAINTED? CALL US.
*DEPRESS CONFUSED OR
DISCOURAGE
CALL US 392-3043, 636-8400
TWO MATURE LADIES seeks
dys job or weekly work as
housekeeper, babysiter. Please
call 341-6708.
YOUNG LADY with great
potential. 7 BGCSE passes,
computer literate with
knowledge of software
Including Quickbooks can
design business cards, flyer,
programmes, etc. seeks a
position In available areas. Call
322-3396 ask for Angie or Tia.


POSITION
WANTED
RELIABLE MIDDLE AGE
Christian lady seeks job as live
in maid, taking care of elderly
or baby siting. Call 323-3479 or
356-8279.
HARD WORKING young lady
seek Live-in/Out, weekly days,
night job. Phone 454-7233.
HONEST MATURE LADY seek
days work to iron and clean and
night job.
361-5501, or 454-0913.
LADY seeking job as live out
baby sitter. Tel 323-3479.

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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
CROCHET CLASSES
#764 Melverne Road
April 1st, 2006
*Learn all the crochet stitches
*How to read patterns from
books and more
Tel:(242)326-8533 after 5:30pm
(Lilly Burrows) (242)362-4211,
9-5pm.
E-mail:
lillyburrows @hotmail.com

ARTICLES
FOR SALE
BRAND NEW PANSAT 2700
satellite receivers
$350 with switch 18", 24", 30"
Satellite Dishes Available.
Phone 324-5467, 636-3916.
FULL SIZE MATTRESS &
BOXSPRING- $100
BEDROOM DRESSER &
NIGHT STAND $200
APT SIZE 6' ROUND
WOODEN KITCHEN TABLE
W/4 CHAIRS $200
VARIOUS CERAMIC VASES
$10 AND UP.
Contact: 356-2369 after 6PM
NATASHA CHRITISE .


ARTICLES
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
Assorted pillows and Cushions.
$1.00 to $5.00.
Comforter and bedspreads
King Size. $30.00 to $70.00.
Industrial Osterizer blender;
$20.00.
Blankets $15.00.
Sheets and Towels$5.00.
Kitchen and bathroom
accessories $5.00 up.
Womens and Mens clothing.
$5.00 up.
Also numerous miscellaneous
items.
FOR SALE BRAND NEW
5". Audiovox Portable DVD
Player $175
7" Coby Portable DVD Player
$215
Coby DVD BoomBox $65
Coby DVD Player $70
JVC Car CD Player with remote
$175
Samdung DVDNideo Combo
$165
Sylvania DVD/Video combo
$150
Kenwood Pair 10" Subwoofer.
$205
Sony Amp 1200 Watts $215
Viviter 3.0 Megapixel Digital
Camera $170
Tel 477-6184.
FURNITURE SALE
Sofa, love seat & chair with
FREE side tables, $450. Call
361-4482.
ATTENTION EDUCATORS!!
3M Overheard Projector
Portable, lightweight briefcase
size $275.
Phone 341-0205 / 54409305
Email:
computerunique@hotmail.com
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.
ITEMS FOR SALE
Brother sewing machine
(slightly used) still in box $180
3 piece Technics component
stereo set (5-CD changer, tape
deck and amplifier) and
speakers (exc cond) $350
Used Gateway computer &
printer in excellent condition
(suitable for a child's school
work) $350
Satellite system, dish & CD
$400 Stainless steel pot set
(like new) $250
Tel 361-1857 after 5pm.
ITEMS FOR SALE
Stove 1 years old in excellent
conditio.:Asking $390. Nassau
Village. Call 324-8161, or 544-
7011 between the hours of
6pm-8pm.
KODAK DIGITAL CAMERA
4mp 12x ZOOM + $225.
Insignia 9" LCD DVD player.
Like new $200.
Phone 535-5338.


ARTICLES
FOR SALE
A-1 PAYLESS
TODAY TO SUNDAY
Fam. Fridge $299 -$400
New Treadmill 1/2 price $500
Stove and Fridge Fam. size
$500
Whirlpool 30in elec Stove new
$399
Whirlpool Washer $250
Stack Washer Dryer $500
Clothes Dryers $250
Computer complete w/XP $250
Computer complete with Printer
$250
Monitor $60
18cu ft upright Freezer $350
Elec Scooter or wheel chair
$499
Wheel chair/crotch /walker
$275
TV cable 10-19-25-32 $100-
425
Water Cooler 5 gal $125
Queen Sofa Bed $250
Mattress set,
King/Queen/Single $150
Single bed fold-up $150
Filing Cabinet 2-draws $50
Exercise Bike $99
6-pc Gim Exercise Equip
$499Elec Tread Mill $375
Tel 362-6040
BRAND NEW
Multi-function, heavy duty
sewing machine $190
New Serger $165. Both for
$350
New Blindstitch $450
Walker Foot Machine for
Upholstery work able to sew
leather, vinyl, canvas, etc.
Excellent for car seats.
Reasonable priced.
Phone 325-4746.
FOR SALE
Medium Oak Double Pedestal
Executive Desks
60"Wx30"Dx29 1/2"H.
Very good condition.
Price $400 each
Tel 427-7514.
SATELLITE
Pansat 2700 $350
Razar V-3 Phone $289
Phone 340-1313.
TENT SALE IN FRONT YARD
Items from $1 $10
Rose St, Fox Hill.
Phone 324-1392.












HELP WANTED
BRADFORD GRAND
BAHAMA is seeking
skilled professional Marine
Mechanics with experience in
machining, shaft and running
gear repairs, plumbing and
pipe fitting. Please fax resume
to 242-352-7695 or email:
dan@bradford-grand-bahama.
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7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:15 AM
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Just call the numbers listed.
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DEALERS OF GENERIC GENERATORS
For Home and Business, lully automatic
Very safe Ouiel, and luel efficient
All at Ine best price guaranteed
Even cheaper tnan Home Depot U S A
Inslallalion included
Pre-summer Special starting at low. low price
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S Professional Design & Event Consultations
Dream' Decr4e' Desgn
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4'1 1(242) 394-7204
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INTERNATIONAL WIRE TRANSFERS
LOCATED BEHIND DUNKIN DONUTS
DOWNTOWN
CALL US 323-0567 OR 8

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242-525-1618
WAREHOUSE & RETAIL EQUIPMENT


PO.Box CR-56766
Suite 334
Harbour Bay Plaza
Nassau BahamRs


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Pgr: 242-340-1056
Fax: 242-356-7T21


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#64 Grosvenor Close Shirle. Street (Next to'P.M.HI






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


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

Tel: 364-6238 / 426-0074


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Visit our site:
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PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES FOR
* Special Projects
* Reports
* Proof-reading
* Administrative
Services


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GRADUATIONS. WEDDINGS. RECEPTIONS. CONFER-
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AWAYS A./C DORMS, CHAPEL. KITCHEN DINING ROOM,
PRAYER CLOSETS ( GROUPS UP TO 80 PERSONS )
327-0667 / 424-3330wu** he.ummlrreireal or'g
VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

THEOLOGY &

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Bachelor's, Master'-, DoctoraIe.-
one Course. Ore WvVeekend per month
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Accredited and M.O.E. Registered
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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
FLAMIINGO EXPRESS
322-2347


( CRICKET CLUB
Restaurant & F'Pu Open Da.l', L.i- By Salellie Er.ghirl Pi:rrner Soccer.
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SERVING Shepara F.e Crac ked Concn Barngers & Masr. Chicken
POI Pie Grouper F.ngers Fried Cn.cken *Sleak S Kinrey Pie
Seafood Planer Soup Sanadw.hei Salads Dr ar Bieer Siella
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Tel: 393-3127
Fax: 341-6928


We install sprinkler systems starting at
$499 Labour. Parts may be another
$200, depending upon lawn size.
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Sexy Tops Shoes
Sizes 0 3X
TEL: 242-361-2637 CHARM-AINE LEVARIT1Y
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HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC BARRELS
(on be used for: Golbage Disposal Animal Feed
SWaler or Fuel Slorage Drink Cooler 5gal for mopping,.
: 550allon-$ 35.00140.00 306allon-S 25.00
-- ------ IS G allon $15.00 5 Gallon 5.00
K*' We Ship To The Family Island
CALL: 393-3667 si
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PAYLOADER, BACKHOE, CRANE &
TRACTOR SERVICES
Specializ in:- Soil, Sand, Fill, Cracker Dust,
2 -1 Rock, Land Clearing. Cespite Founjdaon Trenching
Concrete Pouring, Tractor Rental
Tel: 323-4346 Eve 392-0196 P.O. Box N7309
Fax: 356-7354 Mr Carl Missick Manager

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Telephone 322-3831
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OLD FORT BAY CANALFRONT A casual yet
sophisticated ambience infuses this 4 bedroom 5 1/2
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Private gated community with Clubhouse. Reduced to
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LOTS & ACREAGE

WESTWINDS Duplex lots 60' x 100' fiom $80,000.
YAMACRAW ROAD Single & multi-family lots. 10% down.
Financing available. Prices start at $82,000.
SOUTH OCEAN Single & multi-family lots from $89,900.
JACARANDA Residential lots 10,800 sq. ft. from $120,000.
WrNTON MEADOWS Residential lot 8,000 sq. ft $120,000.
[NaIco Residential lot $150,000. Triplex lot $170,000.
SANDYPORT Lots in last phase from $240,000.
LOVE ESTATES Beachfront lot 37.395 sq.ft. $814,000.
Lr oa o CAY Prime residential lot. I50'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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CoRAL HsR. I bed I bed $1,400 and 3 bed 2 bath $3,700.
SANDYPORT Clipper island l b b canalfront apt $2.000.
DELAPORTE Oceanfront 3b 3b, sea views. $3,500.
PROSPECT RIDGE 3b newly renovated townhouse. $3,700.
BRIGADOON ESTATES Fum orunfum 3b b w/study $4,000.
TREASURE COVE Funished 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 newtownhouse 3 bed 3.5 bath. $5500.
TUSCULu M Beauti ful ,fnb3b 3b wpritepooLseae $5,500.
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