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Volume: 106 No.221


TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2010


PRICE - 750 (Abaco and Grand Bahama $1.25)


Police follow
'good leads'
in woman's
murder case
By TANEKA,
THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net
POLICE are confident
they .will soon crack the
murder case of 30-year-old
Chrishonda Swain who was
found dead on a track road.
Assistant Superintendent
Clayton Fernander, of the
Central Detective Unit, said
the homicide squad is fol-
lowing good leads that
might lead to a break in the
SEE page eight


Tommy Turnquest hits

back at claims over

police investigation
By NOELLE by the public-at-large
NICOLLS is that he appears to be
Tribune Staff unlawfully interfering
Reporter with the constitution-
nnicolls@ . al and statutory man-
tribunemedia.net date of the Commis-
sioner of Police; to
TOMMY Turn- investigate all allega-
quest, Minister of tions of criminal activ-,
National Security, ity, particularly where
denied claims from' it relates to assaults
attorneys representing against the person that
Peter Nygard that he can possibly cause
is "interfering" with an 'NO INTERFERENCE': irreparable physical
active police investiga- Tommy Turnquest harm or maybe even
tion. death," the release
"Under no circumstances stated.
have I been interfering with The speakers, described as
police investigations and any "military-type hypersonic
suggestion to the contrary is a acoustic devices" in the latest
figment of someone's imagina- public statement, were referred
tion," said Mr Turnquest. to as "sound cannons", and
Attorney Keod Smith "uncustomed military speakers"
released a statement yesterday, in Mr Nygard's original com-
claiming police are, still investi- plaint.
gating the criminal complaint It stated that the use of the
filed by Mr Nygard in respect of speakers caused Mr Nygard
his Lyford Cay neighbour Louis "headaches.and irregular heart-
Bacon. beats, requiring him to have to
The dispute between the two lie down to recuperate."
neigbours concerns a set of Hulan Hanna, assistant com-
Meyer SB-1 audio speakers missionerr of police, said he
owned by Mr Bacon., would not comment on whether
"Based on public utterances the investigation is continuing.
made by Minister Turnquest in He said the police stands by any
the days following the com- SEE page 12
plaint, the impression received . S g'


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ACTRESS HOLLY ROBINSON-PEETE and her husband, former NFL quarterback Rodney Peete, are pictured at the US Ambassador's Residence
last night at an event to help raise awareness of autism. Mrs Robinson-Peete, best known for her roles on 21 Jump Street and Hangin' with
Mr Cooper, and her husband were there as guests of US Ambassador Nicole Avant.


BNT claims it turned down
'goodwill' offer from man
'representing' Nygard


By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net
THE Bahamas National
Trust turned down an offer of
"goodwill" from a govern-
ment employee claiming to
represent Canadian fashion
designer Peter Nygard, said a
Trust official.
Eric.Carey, BNT executive
director, said the Trust was
contacted for a meeting by
Sherman Brown, ZNS
reporter at the Broadcasting


Corporation of the Bahamas
(BCB), who indicated he was
"working tp try to help Mr
Nygard get through some of
the issues he was facing."
"As he relayed it to us that
was following the fire and sub-
sequent contacts (Mr Nygard)
has had with various govern-
ment agencies. He indicated
that he wanted to know
whether there was a possibili-
ty of Mr Nygard assisting the
BNT as a part of his good-
SEE page. eight


POLICE VOICE CONCERN OVER VIOLENT ATTACKS
By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net
FREEPORT - Grand Bahama Police are concerned about
the recent violent attacks in the Garden Villas area and are
warning people there not to take the law into their hands.
SEE page 12
MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER OF A RELATIVE
A MAN accused of murdering a relative was arraigned in
a court yesterday afternoon.
Kevin Smith, 20, of Alexandria Boulevard, is accused of
killing Garnell Clarke at the Magic Kingdom tyre shop in
Nassau Village.
It is alleged that on Thursday, August 12, at about
12.30pm, Mr Clarke and another man - who also worked at
SEE page 12


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Bishop Fraser sex trial: Decision on


'no case submission' expected next month


By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

A DECISION on a "no case submis-
sion" in the unlawful sex trial of Bishop
Earl Randy Fraser is expected to be hand-
ed down next month.
Fraser's attorney Wayne Munroe is con-
tending that the charge against Fraser was
not properly framed. Mr Munroe said yes-
terday that the prosecution has present-
ed evidence relating to a number of alleged
acts.
He argues that if the magistrate is to
consider one, then evidence in relation to
other alleged acts would be inadmissible.
Fraser, who is on $10,000 bail, is accused
of having a sexual relationship with a 16-
year-old girl between July 2005 and Feb-
ruary 2006.,
The alleged victim in the case, who is
now 20, had testified that she and Fraser
had sex on an average of 12 times a month
at his home and office at Pilgrim Baptist
Temple.
Lead prosecutor and deputy director of
public prosecutions Franklyn Williams
responded that the prosecution's con-
tention is that the charge is properly
framed and does comply ,with the provi-
sions of the Criminal Procedure Code.
The prosecution contends that any num-
ber of acts may be included in the same
count. Magistrate Bethell said that she
would give her decision on the matter at
2pm on September 2. Fraser's retrial began
before Magistrate Bethell last May.


Govt decision to




separate students




wins backing


BUT area vice president voices support


By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Bahamas
Union of Teachers area vice
president Quinton LaRhoda
supports the government's deci-
sion to separate junior high and
senior high school students at
the Jack Hayward High School.
Mr LaRhoda said the union
has already been consulted on
the matter and all educators are
on board with the decision.
While on Grand Bahama on
Saturday, Education Minister
Desmond Bannister revealed
that the ministry decided to
split up the school after noticing
significant improvements in the
national examination results
this year at St George's High,
which has already started the
process of segregation following
the opening of the new Sister


Mary Patri-
cia Russell
J unio'r
School on a
nearby prop-
erty.
According
to Mr Ban-
nister, the
results of the
Desmond B G C S E
Bannister exams have
improved
"almost threefold" at St
George's.
The union executive said
there have been many com-
plaints regarding the large stu-
dlent population at the Jack
Hayward'High School, (JHHS),
where there are also staff short-
ages.
"All of the educators in the
high school realise that having a
junior and senior school is the
best way to go.
"They are in support of the


idea, however dividing one
campus into two presents some
challenges./
"The union was consulted on
it and I think it is workable, but
there must be co-operatibn
-from all stakeholders, and the
minister needs to meet with the
staff at JHHS to have that dia-
logue."
Mr LaRhoda commended
teachers at St George's on the
"tremendous" improvement in
this year's national exam
results.
He said that an increase in
enrolment is expected at public
schools this year-as a result of
the economic downturn.
"More private students are
coming in to the public school
system and we need to ask how
prepared we are to absorb
those kids, who are also enti-
tled to a good education, and so
those are some of the things we
need to address," he said.


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What business people are saying in

response to the BTC phone fiasco:
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GROUND BREAKING - Minister of Health Hubert Minnis is pictured
(centre) during'the ground breaking ceremony for a $3 million
upgrade to the Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport, Grand Bahama.
The Ministry is spending $2,999,403.75 on renovations and expansion
of the Operating Threatre Suites at the Rand. The move will reduce the
need to transfer patients to the Princess Margaret Hospital in New
Providence, once the two new theatres are completed. Pictured from
left to right are: Deacon Jeff Hollingsworth, hospital chaplain; Ms
Sharon Williams, hospital administrator; Ms Patricia Hanchell, nurs-
ing theatre at Rand; Dr Minnis; Mr Terrance Cartwright, Public Hos-
pitals Authority; Mr John Gallagher, president of Albacore Construc-
tion Company; Mr Don Harvey, Albacore Construction; and Ms Doris
Augustin, Albacore Construction.


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Dolly Agatha McDonald, 82
a resident of Newbold Street
and formally of Gregory
Town Eleuthera, will be
held on Wednesday, 18th
&,-.- , August 2010 a 2:00p.m..at
< P,- V Mt Olive Baptist Church,
Meadow Street, Officiating
will be Rev C.B. Moss
assisted by other Ministers.
The remains will be
cremated.
Left with cherish memories
are children, Brenda
Louise Johnson Brennen,'
Garnard Wolseley Lowell Bumsidell, (Choppie) of Stuttgart
Germany, Bethenia Ghale Jane Roberts (nee Burnside) of
Miami Florida; adopted children, Kenneth and Constance
Cowderoy, Wayman Burnside, Cindy Francis and Tony
Johnson; 6 sisters, Retired nurse Merriam Simmons,
Rowena Elliston, Deanna Whylly, Anita Wilson, Emerald
Johnson and Minerva Rolle; 13 grandchildren, Coy David
Knowles, Tara Ann Johnson, Gabrielle Danita Lynn
Bumside, Darnian Lowell Edward Burnside Heastie, Corey
Delmat Brennen, Gernard Wolseley Lowell Burnside mn,
Paul Nathaniel Johnson II, Kristin Lynette Johnson, Renika
Maria Pollard, Adina Odessa Pollard, Brennett Vernal
Roberts II, Brenton Juwan Roberts' and Garron Joseph.
Edward Burnside; 2 sons-in-law, Cleophas Brennen and
Brennett Roberts Sr; grand daughters-in-law, Mrs Nkili
Burnside, Mrs Niquincia Brennen, Mrs Tiffany Heastie
and Mrs Kerline Johnson; god children, Mrs Paulette
Ingraham, Mrs Blanche Moss Allan, Ms Charlene Smith
and Ginger and Rodney Mackey, God sister Alaide; 18
great grand children, numerous nieces, nephews and
cousins including, Mother Catherine Cooper & family,
Ruth Outten & family, David McDonald, Minister Willie
Moss and Evangelist Kim Moss, Mrs Ruthmae Putter, Mr
Godfrey Forbes, . s Deane Williams, Mr Trevor Johnson,
Eddy, Felicia Elliton, Rev Rudolph Cooper, Karen and
David Ginger, Marco, Baron and Rose Calix, and a host
of other relatives including, The Reverend and Mrs
C.B.Moss, Mr Gamard Wolseley, Lowell Bumside Sr,-Me
Michelle Shavers, Ms Brenda Sanders & family, the late
Dr Jackson L Burnside & family, Mrs Lolly Davis &
family, Dewayne Mackey, Ms Mispah Bosfield & family,
Mrs Janace Butler & family, Ms Taylor, Joe, Coral Young
& family, Monique and family, Althea Hudson, Tommicina
Simms & family, Ms Patsy Bowleg & family, Karen &
Rodger Brown, the staff of All Brown Clothing, Cheryl
Taylor, Althea Hutchinson, Queitin Livingstone and Earla
Moss, Mount Olive Baptist Church family, the Johnson's,
McDonald', Thompson's, Gibson and Parker Street and
Newbold Street Apartment families, and others too
numerous to mention. Special thanks to the many friends
that contacted Ghale in Miami.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar
Crest Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street
on Tuesday from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00p.m. and on Wednesday
front 10:00a.m to 12:00 nqon and at the church from
12:30p.m. until service time.


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Businesses advised to _ .


make police complaint


over 'harassment' , ,If ,Iu1I M.


Bahamian firms allegedly


'harassed' by company

called Island Yellow Pages .


By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net
A US Sheriff's office has
advised that local Bahamian
businesses that believe they are
being harassed by a Tampa-
based company should make
a complaint to Bahamian
police, who can forward a
report of the complaint to
them to review.
Corporal Kevin Bodie of the
Hilsborough County Sheriff's
Office in Tampa, Florida, com-
mented after numerous
Bahamian businesses told this
newspaper they continue to be
"harassed" by a company
called Island Yellow Pages and
a purported collection agency
acting on the company's behalf
for "overdue" fees for adver-
tising services they claim to
have never asked for.
Island Yellow Pages has
been flagged up in news
reports throughout the
Caribbean for threatening local
companies with civil suits if
they fail to pay up for services
which the US company claims
have 'been purchased during
recorded phone conversations.
A 2008-report in The Royal
Gazette newspaper in Bermu-
da reports that the country's
Fraud Office was investigating
the company after the Bermu-
da police force and local Yel-
low Pages directory were
"bombarded" with complaints
about Island Yellow Pages
practices there.
Linda Brown, owner of
Bahama Hand Prints fashion
boutique on Ernest Street off
East Bay Street, claims that
over a year after she was first
contacted by Island Yellow
Pages she has continued to be
"threatened" and barraged
with phone calls, emails and
faxes demanding more than
$1,000 for online advertising
she is accused of purchasing
over the phone through a "ver-
bal contract".
The company alleges the
contract was entered into when
it recorded an April 2009
phone conversation she ini-


tially believed was with the
local Bahamian Yellow Pages
directory.
A year on, despite telling the
company she never had any
interest in its alleged products,
she is being threatened with
legal action by purported rep-
resentatives of the "Stone,
Thomas and Goldberg collec-
tion agency." The agency has
the same listed office address
in Tampa as Island Yellow
Pages.
Fed-up, Mrs Brown filed a
complaint about Island Yellow
Pages with the Better Business
Bureau of-West Florida earlier
this year, In an emailed
response to Mrs Brown's com-
plaint filed this year a Trade
Practice Specialist with the
BBB told her that the compa-
ny had failed to respond to the
BBB's inquiries. A message
left for the BBB representa-
tive who dealt with the matter
seeking comment yesterday
was not returned up to press
time.
Dr Dean Tseterotopolous,
a consultant at the Bahamas
Heart Institute located within
the Lyford Cay Hospital is
another business operator who
was targeted by Island Yellow
Pages. He was asked to pay
$1,144.80 by Island Yellow
Pages after his receptionist
received a call from the com-
pany in May 2009.
Yesterday, Dr Tsetero-
topolous said: "The collection
agency calls about once a
month saying they are going
to take legal action against us if
we don't pay the money."
He added that his recep-
tionist even offered to pay the
amount just to get the calls to
stop - an offer he refused.
Khaalis Rolle, President of
the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce, said he has been
aware of Island Yellow Pages
"underhanded" activities for
around eight years. As Chief
Marketing Officer for inter-
island ferry service Bahamas
Ferries, Mr Rolle said he too
has personal experience of
their tactics.
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'RECORDED PHONE CONVERSATIONS': Island Yellow Pages has been
flagged up in news reports for allegedly threatening local firms with civ-
il suits if they fail to pay up,for services which the US company claims have
been purchased during recorded phone conversations.


don't pay up my name will go
in some system at US border
control and whenever I
entered the US I would be
arrested," said Mr Rollet
"Nobody should be paying
what they are asking for. They
don't have a permit to do busi-
ness in the Bahamas and they
shouldn't be calling and harass-
ing people if you don't mutu-
ally agree to enter iqto any
contract," he added.
An internet search reveals
numerous forums and websites
with names like "ripoffre-
port.com" wherein alleged for-
mer employees of Island Yel-
low Pages reveal "the truth"
about the company's business
practices. On these and other
sites, individuals who have
found themselves facing
demands from the company
also offer warnings to others.
According to the company's
website, www.cbt.cc, place-
ment of adverts with Island
Yellow Pages is authorised "by
telephone and with recorded
verification and voice signa-
ture". Orders and subsequent
billing are "processed imme-
diately" after this verbal "ver-
ification" takes place.
Yesterday the Hilsborough
County Sheriff's department
in Tampa, Florida, said it has
not received any official com-
plaints about Island Yelldw
Pages and does not accept
police complaints over the
phone.
However, given that "harass-
ing phone calls are a misde-
meanour" and the location of
the company's office in Tampa
falls within the Hilsborough
County jurisdiction, Corporal
Bodie suggested that Bahamas
residents could contact their
local police station if they wish
to report the company, with
Bahamian police then being in
a position to forward that


report to the Tampa police.
Contacted about local busi-
nesses' concerns over the US
company's activities yesterday,
Erica Thibault, a public affairs
officer -at the US Embassy,
issued a statement advising
that "the best course of action"
for individuals affected by
alleged "questionable business
practices of a company oper-
ating in the United States" is
the filing of an official com-
plaint with the US Better Busi-
ness Bureau.
The BBB's online complaint
filing form is available at
http://www.bbbonline.org/con-
sumer/complaint.asp, the
Embassy advised.


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PLP MPs should represent constituencies


IT IS agreed by both government and
opposition that the Bahamas needs a major
project at this time to revive the construc-
tion industry and get as many Bahamians
back to work as possible.
However, at off-the-cuff remark by Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham that if the Baha
Mar project were to go ahead, Atlantis' Phase
Four would not, has been interpreted by PLP
politicians to mean that if Mr Ingraham
approved Baha Mar, he would not approve
Atlantis Phase Four. It is strange how two
groups of people can hear the same remark,
yet come away with different interpretations.
When we heard Mr Ingraham's short state-
ment it was obvious to us that what he was
saying was that the market could,not suc-
cessfully sustain two large, tourist develop-
ments. It had nothing to do with any approval
either given or withheld by him.
The remark pointed to the astute tourist
entrepreneur Sol Kerzner. It was obvious
that Mr Kerzner, considering his options
against a depressed world market, would
have second thoughts about gambling at this
time with the large outlay required by his
Phase Four plans for Atlantis if Baha Mar
were to go ahead with essentially the same
product. Cancellation, or postponement
seemed obvious.
Mr Ingraham later clarified his remarks.
He agreed that the country needed a major
project, but pointed out that currently it only
had the manpower and infrastructure to car-
ry out one major project at a time, be it Baha
Mar or Atlantis Phase Four. "At the same
time we can't have both; not simultaneously,"
he said.
However, before anything can be decided
Bahamians have to agree on whether work
permits should be approved for about 5,000
Chinese workers to help construct the $2.6
billion Baha Mar Cable Beach resort. We all
know in the past that Bahamians have always
protested foreigners being brought in for
various projects, and so government has quite
rightly said that this time - the numbers
required being so overwhelming - that
Bahamians will have to make the final deci-
sion. Therefore, the matter will be taken to
parliament. But the Opposition has backed
off. This, they claim is an Ingraham prob-
lem. They blame him for the Baha Mlar-Har-
rah deal not going through - forgetting that
at the time of that deal it was their govern-
ment that dragged its feet so long that Har-
rah's was sold and the new owners turned
down the Baha Mar contract that was yet to
be finally approved by the Christie govern-
ment. The Christie-led Opposition, which if it
had been more decisive could have clinched
the Harrah deal before the sale, now say that
Chinese labourers were not a part of the orig-


inal equation and so it will'have no part in the
decision making on the floor of parliament.
The Opposition has always criticised Mr
Ingraham for not consulting them or the
nation sufficiently. He is now consulting the
nation through the people's representatives,
who now tell him that it is not necessary to
bring the issue to parliament. But it is neces-
sary. At no time has the Bahamas been faced
with an influx of 5,000 foreign workers. Do
Bahamians agree or not? The only persons
who can answer this question are those MPs
who they elected to parliament to speak on
their behalf. If the people's representatives
fail to do so, they have failed in their duty to
their constituents, and there should be con-
sequences.
Arguing that the Bahamian economy "des-
perately needs" the Cable Beach develop-
ment, a former Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce president urged Bahamians to vote
out of office any MP who opposed the work
permits. The Bahamas Contractors Associa-
tion, in an effort to protect the Bahamian
workforce, is preparing a three-tiered initia-
tive to prepare construction workers and
companies to bid for jobs when the Baha
Mar construction starts. Baha Mar says there
will be about 7,000 permanent jobs at the
end of the construction and 3,300 temporary
jobs during construction. Of course, as
National Security Minister Tommy Turn-
quest says, "It also has to be factored in that
this is a period of high unemployment and
that has to be taken into account." He quite
rightly believes that "members of parliament
who represent the people of the Bahamas
ought to have a say in an unusual labour
component."
At the end of the day we hope that the
BahaMar developers will have sense enough
to go after different clientele and explore a
different market to the Kerzner brand. How-
ever, it they plan to poach on Atlantis' guest
list, and copy the One and Only identity, not
only will Atlantis suffer, but so will the
Bahamas because instead of growing, the
overall tourist market will remain static. At
present Sol Kerzner, a proven success in the
resort business, provides secure employment
for at least 2,500 Bahamians. In fact it is his
enterprise alone that put the Bahamas back
on the tourist map. However, if one resort
starts to cripple the other, and the presence of
Baha Mar fails to increase the market,
Atlantis could start to cut back, which would
leave Bahamians where?
This too has to be factored into the debate.
This is no time for the PLP to play politics.
Bahamians are th6 ones carrying the burden
of their salaries during these lean times and so
we expect them to justify their seats in par-
liament.


New air terminal




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nation's image


EDITOR, The Tribune.

Everyone contributing to
the wonderful transforma-
tion of Nassau International
Airport that has been in
progress for months, and
continues to this day,
deserves great credit.
Too few have spoken out
to compare what we
encounter today at the air-
port compared to the dreary
swamp we permitted to drag
on for years and years with
filthy toilets, a total lack of
information as to what air-
line has landed, a constant
inexcusable traffic jam out-
side the arrivals area, and a
total lack of concern for the
convenience, safety and
reassurance of the local
inhabitants.
One now feels optimistic
that the new terminal under
construction has a good
chance of being a useful
facility and an enhancement
6f the nation's public image
compared to the dreadful
inefficient existent facility


that we thought was going
.to cost us $57 million, but
somehow cost $80 million.
We do however have a
crying need for top quality
audio in our terminals.
The existing structure has
a myriad of steel joists that
seem to create a maelstrom
of sound waves making hash
of any audio signal announc-
ing flight information.
Before the new terminal
opens it might be very help-
ful if the airport operators
would conduct a formal
schooling programme to
educate airline employees
in proper use of the public
address microphones.
Untrained employees
presently speak far too
rapidly; overwhelm the
microphone with lips ,almost
pressed to it; and speak with
a wide range of local accents


and lack of enunciation.
Bahamians well might listen
and emulate the recorded
voice of Lynden Pindling
who always spoke very slow-
ly with great clarity.
There have been major air
terminals where the author-
ities required all announce-
ments be channeled through
a single message centre
where only one voice was
heard for all public
announcements.
It created a. pleasant
atmosphere to the traveller
and made for far greater
clarity.
Age has diminished my
hearing acuity somewhat,
however I have no difficulty
participating in normal con-
versations, but in truth I find
it absolutely impossible to
understand public
announcements in the pre-
sent airport terminal. A
grateful traveller.

W M BARDELMEIER
Nassau,
August 6, 2010.


When will the Minister of National


Security consider we are in a crisis?


EDITOR, The Tribune.

Today the Bahamas has had 55 killings
when per capital we should have no more
than 15 per year. In the last few weeks
Bahamasair was robbed twice, in the last
couple of days the Passport Office, Supreme
Court, Magistrate's Courts and the Immi-
gration Department Offices were broken
into and robbed.
These are all Government offices; never
mind all the other places, including a bold
daylight armed robbery of the bank at
Sandyport.
Today on the talk show with host Alger-
non Allen Minister Tommy Turnquest, the
Minister of National Security, says we are
not in a national crisis?
The Caucus Group is asking the question
when will the Minister of National Security
consider that we will be in a crisis? Poor
Tommy.
The Caucus says there will be an election
in 2011. How do we know this?
The FNM is the brainchild of the UBP
and as a child growing up on the Family
Island when we saw lard, the OK flour and
the white men moving through the island
we knew election was near.
Do you remember the by-election in the
Elizabeth constituency?
What was the FNM, UBP signals? If you
don't know then let the Caucus give you
some of their "signals".
Their candidate was a heart doctor, Feb-
ruary was Heart Month, Valentine was on
the 14th, if you noticed you would see not


one Caucus member wore red because we
knew what they were doing.
It is a fact that the older people supported
the Progressive Liberal Party because they
knew how badly the Bahamians were treat-
ed by the UBP. They gave the pensioners
their payment on the 16th of February. The
UBP on election day made sure the PLP
stronghold had free rum so that they would
be too drunk to remember to vote. They
gave "Boss Hogs" $25 million for the port
that the Caucus do not agree with and will
see to it that when the PLP is returned as the
government-will put the port where it
belongs.
If you drive on and along Soldier Road
travelling between Abundant Life and
Kennedy Roads that section is the worst in
the nation. The cement company on the
north and the church on the north, you have
to zig-zag not to destroy your cars.
After that disaster try turning through the
corner on the right before Sugar Kid's store.
The temperature feels like it's in the triple
figures and you still need a boat and cannot
see if there are holes in the road before you
advance.
MP Kenyatta Gibson should be ashamed
of himself because this is his second term as
the representative for Kennedy so what is his
excuse arnd who is he blaming this time
because he can't blame the Rt Hon Perry G
Christie for this mess of his.

THE CAUCUS
Nassau, 4
August 5, 2010.


EDITOR, The Tribune.

Openly gay Chief US Dis-
trict Judge Vaughn Walker's
decision to overturn the vot-
er approved Proposition 8,
that defines marriage as
between one man and one
woman in California, slices
at the jugular of true democ-
racy. In my opinion his 138-
page ruling is nothing more
than a exercise in rationalis-
ing without thinking ratio-
nally.
He bases his conclusion
primarily on his ability to
divine the "discriminatory
intent" of California voters
when casting their votes for
Prop 8 - leaving out the pos-
sibility of his own pre-con-
ceived bias as a gay man.
In my opinion Walker's
ruling illustrates that he
does not understand the
essential public purpose of
marriage, which is'to attach
mothers and fathers to their
children and to one another.
He replaces this public pur-
pose with private purposes
of adults' feelings and
desires.
It's time to put a stop to
judges who redefine our
most fundamental social
institutions and use liberal
courts to obtain political
goals they cannot obtain at
the ballot box.

KEVIN TAIT
Jamaica,
August 7, 2010.


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POLITICAL parties have a
responsibility to declare their
position on all major issues,
according to FNM senator
Anthony Musgrove. . .
Mr Musgrove called for the
PLP,as the official opposition,
to openly clarify its position
on the role of foreign labour in
the various stages of the mul-
ti-billion dollar projects agreed
to during the PLP's recent
tenure in government.
Coming after some mem-
bers of the PLP criticised the CALL FOR CLARITY:
thousands of Chinese labourer's Anthony Musgrove
-that are set to work on the
Baha Mar project - which was agreed in principle
under a PLP government - the senator said such a
declaration would decrease the risk of future devel-
opments being sabotaged by opposition parties that
are merely trying to score cheap political points.

Projects

He said:, "It is time that Bahamians be afforded the
opportunity to know the position of their political lead-
ers on major projects so as to avoid these projects
being a political football during election, and a good
place to start is the Baha Mar project.
"We should be reminded that even during its embry-.
onic stages, then prime minister Perry Christie, in tout-
ing his administration's success in attracting multi-bil-
lion dollar projects (Baha-Mar, Albany, Ginn, I-Group,
et cetera) to the Bahamas, made the point on numerous
occasions that Bahamians needed to wonder whether
there were enough Bahamian workers to take advan-
tage of the numerous employment opportunities which
were .coming on stream.
"The numerous Heads of Agreement were executed
at a time when the national unemployment level was
low (around 7 per cent), thus it is reasonable to expect
the policy position of the government of the Bahamas
between the years 2002-2007, the period when the
Baha-Mar project was first approved, being made pub-
lic," he said'.

* In an article printed in Monday's Tribune, Senator
Musgrove was incorrectly identified as a PLP senator.
He is an FNM senator. The Tribune apologises for any
inconvenience this error may have caused.


Young Fox Hillians fight




crime by creating business


YOUNG Fox Hillians are
striving to replace a culture of
crime with an atmosphere of
opportunity by making and sell-
ing much needed products in
their historic but troubled com-
munity.
The new entrepreneurs com-
pleted a CARICOM workshop
designed for young people who
live in "high crime volatile com-
munities".
Commending the pro�
gramme and its participants,
Minister of Youth, Sports and
Culture Charles Maynard said
studies indicate youth crime
and violence is fueled by inac-
tivity in the absence of positive
youth programmes.
He added: "Dedicated youth
development specialists have
committed their lives to pro-
viding various organisational
programming and activities for
the empowerment and whole-
some engagement of our youth.
"Socioeconomic burdens dic-
tate the need for a paradigm
shift in the way we conduct the
business of the youth. It can-
not be business as usual if we
expect a different result."
On August 13, Mr Maynard
and CARICOM Secretariat
representative Dr Heather
Johnson joined the Ministry of
Labour and Social Develop-
ment to celebrate the pilot
Anti-Crime and Violence
Workshop at the Macedonia
Baptist Church on Bernard
Road in Fox Hill.
Addressing those in atten-
dance, Mr Maynard said:
"According to the annual
review by youth participants
during the National Youth
Against Crime Forum, hosted
by the Ministry of National
Security in 2009, there has been
a dramatic increase in the num-
ber of young people engaged
in violent and criminal activity
since 2005."
The CARICOM Youth
Ambassadors Regional Corps
created the project. However,
the National Youth Ambas-
sadors to CARICOM organ-
ised it with other Bahamas gov-
ernment agencies.


FIGHTING CRIME: Minister Maynard spoke about minimizing the crime wave, which surfaced
around 2005, according to National Security statistics.
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ENCOURAGEMENT: Senator Jacinta Higgs encourages the youth ini-
tiative.


"This type of programme is
unique, as it brings together a
number of conventional agree-
ments made by international
organizations to which the
Bahamas has committed its
support," said Mr Maynard.
"The business development
component is consistent with
the business and entrepreneur-
ship capacity building agenda
of the Organisation of Ameri-


can States (OAS) and it is also
in keeping with our national
development agenda as it
relates to small business devel-
opment capital granted through
the government's Self Starters
programme in my ministry."
The United Nations Educa-
tional, Scientific, and Cultural
Organisation (UNESCO) sup-
ported the initiative .to generate
wealth through heritage


tourism. Plans to develop more
programmes for other tradi-
tional and historic communities
are well underway.
"I take this opportunity to
underscore the commitment of
the government - of the
Bahamas to continue working
with the CARICOM Secretari-
at to replicate these efforts in
other volatile communities
throughout New Providence
and the Family of Islands," said
Mr Maynard. Senator Jacinta
Higgs also attended the cere-
mony and gave brief remarks
commending the youths for
their efforts to confront crime
with business solutions that will
create jobs in the community.

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, Haitian interest around the world


By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net
HAITIAN hip-hop star
Wyclef Jean has livened up
Haiti's presidential race by
throwing his hat into the ring
with a pledge to use his inter-
national acclaim to help
rebuild the earthquake rav-
aged country.
And while the move has
grabbed the attention of
Haitians in the Bahamas and
around the world, their main
concern is restabalising Haiti
after January's devastating
earthquake.
Wyclef's charity 'Yele'
raised hundreds of thousands
of dollars for his homeland,
but as demolished buildings
have yet to be repaired and
hundreds of thousands of
Haitians remain homeless, the
40-year-old rapper has
pledged to do more.
He was one of a stream of
candidates from at least 58
parties who filed candidacy
documents at the earthquake-
broken election headquarters
before excited crowds in Port-
au-Prince last Saturday.
As the nation prepares for
the fifst-round presidential
election vote - in which legis-
lators and local officials will
also be chosen - on Novem-
ber 28, the rapper said he
wants to use his international
fame and contacts as a music
star to be an international
spokesman for the country.
As candidate for the Viv
Ansanm party Wyclef, who
moved from Haiti to New
York at age nine and has
homes in both Port-au-Prince
and New Jersey, said he is
now seeking aid and allies for
his homeland as Haiti des-
perately needs foreign invest-
ment.
"As we navigate into the
21st century, I think you're
going to need a president that
is not just a local president of
the country," Wyclef told
Reuters.
"You're going to need a
global president and that


RUNNING FOR LEADERSHIP:
Haitian-born singer Wyclef Jean
gestures as he leaves the electoral
office last week after submitting
the paperwork to run for president
of Haiti in the next elections in
Port-au-Prince, Haiti. (AP)
means not just staying in
Haiti, but going outside of
Haiti and speaking to donors
and creating more allies and
letting them know Haiti is
ready for the transformation."
Haitian resident of Grand
Bahama Octrervil Baptiste,
29, believes Wyclef could
. bring the change Haiti needs,
despite his lack of political
experience. *
"I feel he has a passion for
his country and his people,"
Mr Baptiste said.
"He has been going back
to Haiti for many years, to try
to help people in the places
where people- really-nreedi
help, where others are afraid
to go.
"And if we want to see the
Haitian people come together
to rebuild the nation, I think
he would inspire young peo-
ple in Haiti, and Haitians
around the world, to do so."
But Antoine St Louis, pres-
ident of the United Haitian
Bahamian Association of the
Bahamas, said the next presi-
dent will need much more
than fame and notoriety.
Haiti's next president will
oversee the spending of near-
ly $10 billion in reconstruc-


tion aid promised at a United
Nations donors conference in
March, less than 10 per cent
of which has been delivered
so far.
But Mr St Louis said:
"Haiti needs much more than
money, it needs leadership.
"With good leadership you
will get investment and you
will get the country estab-
lished to build security.
"If you can influence peo-
ple to draw investment and
also have good leadership
skills it would be good -
because frankly I don't think
people in Haiti have those
leadership skills."
He said he is not encour-
aged by the high number of
candidates as it distracts from
the serious leaders.
Candidates must meet sev-
en constitutional require-
ments: be a native of Haiti,
be at least 35, have never
renounced their citizenship,
have never been sentenced
for a crime, own property and
a habitual residence in Haiti,
not currently be handling
public funds, and have resided
in the country for at least five
consecutive years before elec-
tion day.
President Rene Preval is
barred from seeking re-elec-
tion. His 'Unity' party
revealed this week it.is not
backing former Prime Minis-
ter Jacques-Edouard Alexis,
but rather Jude Celestin, head
of the government's primary
construction firm ..
SAlexis registered with a dif-
ferent party, the Mobilisation
for Haitian Progress, run by a
former presidential hopeful
from Miami with family ties
to former dictator Jean-
Claude "Baby Doc" Duva-
lier.
The support of Preval's par-
ty is expected to be a factor in
the contentious presidential
race.
The eight members of the
provisional electoral council
who will determine which
candidates are qualified for
the ballot were all approved
for their positions by Preval.


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Report card: Tommy lTrnquest and Earl Deveaux


By ADRIAN GIBSON
ajbahama@hotmail.com
TODAY I continue my
annual report card giving my
view of the performance of
government ministers in their
various ministries. In yester-
day's column I gave my
assessment of the perfor-
mances of Mrs Loretta But-
ler-Turner, Minister of State
for Social Services, Minister
of Works Neko Grant and
Housing Minister Kenneth
Russell.
Today I shall look at the
portfolios of National Secu-
rity Minister Tommy Turn-
quest and Environment Min-
ister Earl Deveaux and give
my opinion of how they have
handled their ministries.

Tommy Turnquest, the
aloof Minister of National
Security, has in my opinion
performed abysmally. Whilst
Mr Turnquest cannot be held
accountable for social condi-
tions, what happens in peco-
ple's homes or the fact that
Bahamian society is becom-
ing increasing amoral, the
nightmare of street violence
must be a political headache,
as voters are increasingly
becoming disaffected with the
soaring crime rate. Crime is
a looming economic threat.
Crime is spiraling out of
control, yet Mr Turnquest
appears to have no feasible
crime fighting strategy. Whilst
the minister is great at quot-
ing statistics, the level of crim-
inality has degenerated to a
point where prevention is
nearly unheard of and
Bahamians are now going to
bed and waking up expec-
tantly inquiring about the
number and identities of the
injured or murdered, rather
than asking if someone was
murdered.
There must be greater,
effective collaboration
between the National Securi-
ty Ministry and the Attorney


General's office. The notion
that sadistic criminals can be
granted bail in record time
and the fact that there's a case
backlog, militates against the
efficient and timely prosecu-
tion and sentencing of crimi-
nals.
As Minister of National
Security, Mr Turnquest
should have engaged in dia-
logue and reportage to the
public, soliciting responses
and an exchange of ideas
about crime. The Commis-
sioner of Police persistently
notes the Police Force's
efforts in pursuing communi-
ty policing, but much more
can be done to encourage
community participation or
to foster a partnership
between the police and civil
society (church, civic groups,
social scientists, academics,
etc). Today, residents in cer-
tain communities are appre-
hensive about sharing infor-
mation with the police, as
some claim that they have lost
faith in the police holding
their identities in the strictest
confidence. Indeed, commu-
nity policing can open the
door for greater intelligence-
gathering, particularly since
the criminally-minded mostly
commit crimes against per.
sons residing within their
communities. Furthermore,
some police officers should
immediately participate in
desperately needed seminars
in civility in order to heighten
their obvious lack of inter-
personal skills and decorum.
In fighting crime, the
seemingly defunct Urban
Renewal Programme can be
utilized more effectively. In
the past, the focus of the pro-
gramme was merely on
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walkabouts, but it should be
modified and used as a com-
munity mechanism to gener-
ate meaningful employment,
teaching high school dropouts
and training people for the
workplace and entrepreneur-
ial ventures.
Moreover, greater incor-
poration of civil society in the
national security conversation
can offer solutions and foster
dialogue among people with
specialized knowledge.
Does Mr Turnquest truly
have an appreciation for the
level of social discontent asso-
ciated with crime and his min-
istry's response?
With Mr Turnquest at the
helm, the criminally-inclined
no longer have any regard for
the law or the administration
of justice. Of late, the
Supreme Court and Magis-
trate's Court buildings were
burglarized; dicey armed rob-
beries are becoming frequent
occurrences; the Passport
Office-adjacent to the Police
College and a short distance
away from CDU-and
Bahamasair offices and offices
at the Department of Immi-
gration were all broken into
and robbed; a Supreme Court
judge was attacked in broad
daylight whilst the home of
another was raided; and mur-
ders and assaults are becom-
ing everyday happenings.
Where are the much
promised ankle bracelets for
suspected criminals on bail?
The Defence Force, with a
new Commodore, has been
operating rather smoothly of
late; However, allegations of
sexual harassment must be
investigated.
The entire prison should
be razed. Fox Hill prison has
structural issues that cannot
simply be resolved by building
on to the'present, archaic
structure. A new structural
design must reflect the latest
approach to incarceration,
which implores that greater
emphasis be placed on


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ANNUAL REPORT: Tommy Turnquest and Earl Deveaux


reform. A new prison, com-
plete with special courts,
should be constructed on
Andros or another island with
tremendous land resources.
The Broadcasting Corpo-
ration (ZNS), for which Mr'
Turnquest is also responsible,
needs re-directing and large
scale retrenchment. ZNS is
plagued by inefficient, anti-
quated programming that
lacks in-depth investigation
and research, needs upgraded
and quality production and a
systemic transition from ana-
log to digital signals. ZNS is
overstaffed due to political
patronage and, as ZNS tran-


sitions to a true public broad-
casting network and is down-
sized, the incorporation of a
culture of higher level perfor-
mance and achievement is
imperative.
Are ZNS reporters being
muzzled and sanctioned for
their pursuit of stories?
Whilst Mr Turnquest did
oversee the purchase of
equipment, vehicles and
planes for law enforcement
agencies, there is little evi-
dence of any effort to equip
the police with technical facil-
ities and, even more, one
wonders if police officers are
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rewarded and protected (e.g.
bulletproof vests).
Perception is reality in pol-
itics and it appears that Mr
Turnquest lacks the political
will to read death warrants,
ushering in the finalization of
legal appeals so that convicted
murderers can receive their
court-ordered, just 'desserts.
Mr Turnquest should also
supervise the establishment
of a witness protection pro-
gramme to protect state wit-
nesses who are being bumped
off which, as a result, has left
many Bahamians afraid to
testify about crimes seen?
Indeed, whilst there is no
blame game for crime, the
extent of Mr Turnquest's
national security experience
is as an assistant bank man-
ager.
Undeniably, there is also
a need for a moral awaken-
ing in the Bahamas.
After a tumultuous reign,
Mr Turnquest should be
unceremoniously dismissed.
Perhaps, Mr Turnquest
should have been the Social
Service minister.
Tommy Turnquest, due to
his ineffectiveness, is in my
opinion one of a few Cabinet
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interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive, Nassau.

She was predeceased by her husband, Gordon
Goddard.

Left to cherish her memories are her sons, Jeff
and Jim; daughter, Jeanne Treco; beloved
grandchildren, Courtney and Jonathan Treco,
Anna, Karalyn and Hollie Goddard; sister, Susan
Burnside; son-in-law, Shayrie Treco; daughter-
in-law, Kathleen Goddard; her dear friend Lucy
Sands, her special friends from Sacred Heart
Church, Melinda Asoy and Carol Smith her
caregivers who took such wonderful care of her
also many other relatives and, friends.

The Family is especially grateful to Dr. Ian Kelly,
Father Mel Taylor, OSB, Father Tom Brislin,
OSB and Sister Cecilia Albury, OSB for their
special caring of Betsy and their kind support
of the family.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the
Nazareth Centre, P.O.Box N.8'187, Nassau in
memory of Mrs. Elisabeth (Betsy) Goddard.

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


FROM page one

will," said Mr Carey.
After indicating that the.
BNT was aware of "some
issues taking place with Mr
Nygard," Mr Carey said he
advised Mr Sherman that the
BNT "was not prepared to
enter the discussion in that
fashion with Mr Nygard."
When. contacted by The
Tribune, Mr Brown said, "I
don't know what you are
talking about. I move around
as a reporter and ask ques-
tions just like you as a
reporter."
"I don't represent ,(Mr
Nygard). I don't know his
business. He has managers.
He has lawyers. As a
reporter I move around and
get stories. I work as a
reporter with all organisa-
tions, all political organisa-
tions, churches, family
islands, civic and social
organisations, that is what I
do," he said.
He did not respond direct-
ly to the question of whether
the meeting described by Mr
Carey took place.
"I met with Mr Carey on
numerous occasions. As a
reporter I meet with a lot of
people. I don't know. I just
want to know why is it
important. I think it is a mis-
understanding of whatever it
is. I don't know about that
or anything like that. I don't
know what he is talking
about," said Mr Brown.
According to Mr Carey,
during the meeting, which he
said took place, Mr Brown
never made it specifically
clear in what capacity he was
representing Mr Nygard.
When contacted by The
Tribune, Eric Gibson, prop-
erty manager at Nygard Cay,


did not respond to questions
about whether Mr Sherman
was employed in any capaci-
ty by Mr Nygard.
According to Mr Carey,
the meeting took place at the
office of the BNT on Village
Road.in May.
Neil McKinney, president
of the BNT Executive Com-
mittee, said he was also pre-
sent.
"(Mr Brown) was not in a
reporting capacity in that
meeting," said Mr McKinney.
Asked whether there could
have been some confusion
with another meeting, Mr
McKinney said: "That is the
only meeting I have ever had
with him at the BNT. He
may have had other meetings
with other people but that
was the only meeting I have
ever had," said Mr McKin-
ney.
He said his "understand-
ing" was that Mr Sherman
was acting on behalf of Mr


Nygard in some capacity,
although he agreed with Mr
Carey that it was never clar-
ified.
After learning of the
claims from Mr Carey, Edwin
Lightbourn, BCB general
manager, said he intends "to
have Mr Brown in."
He said he had never
received any information in
the past that he "was able to
substantiate" concerning the
outside employment of Mr
Brown.
The "outside employment"
policy of the BCB states:
"Staff may not engage in any
business activity of their own,
or undertake any continuing
work for any other employer,
unless written permission is
obtained from the Corpora-
tion."
Mr Lightbourn said he was
not aware of any permission
being given for the "kind of
activity (The Tribune) indi-
cated may have been hap-


opening "
.The internal policy also
states: "As a general rule,
employees should also be
aware of, and avoid, any sit-
uation where there may be
an appearance of conflict or
decreased ability to perform
on the job."
The position of the BNT
in the meeting, according to
Mr Carey, was that "the
Trust would remain in effect
neutral and would 'not
engage ourselves into what
was obviously heading
towards some sort of man-
aged interaction that we fore-
saw may have become a bit
controversial, as it has.
"We elected that we did
not see it as in the best inter-
est of the BNT to engage fur-
ther with Mr Nygard at that
time."
Mr Carey said he also
wanted to avoid the "appear-
ance of influence or involve-
ment by the BNT."


Police follow 'good leads'


in woman's murder case


FROM page one
investigation.
Ms Swain, of Thatch Palm Avenue,
Pinewood Gardens, was found lying on her
back, her white pants pulled down to her
knees, on a dirt path around 400ft off Faith'
Avenue South just after 7.30am on Friday.
Police suspect she may have been sexually
assaulted by her attacker before she was killed
with a blow to the head, but are waiting on
autopsy results for confirmation.
According to Mr Fernander, Ms Swain was
last seen alNe by her family on Thursday
evening when shheleft the house for a night out.
"The only thing we know from her family is


she left to go out the night before (she was
murdered) and that was the last they heard
of her," said Mr Fernander.
"We are still asking for assistance from the
public but we are following some leads that we
don't wish to highlight at this time. But we
feel good that this matter will be solved in
short order."
He declined to provide further details and
would not say if Ms Swain went out alone or
with an acquaintance the night before she was
found dead.
Anyone with any information that may assist
investigations should call police on 911, 919,
call CDU on 502-9930/9991 or call Crime Stop-
pers anonymously on 328-TIPS (8477). ,


MINISTRY OF WORKS & TRANSPORT


NOTICE


SECTION 24

Temporary Road Closure & Diversion
FARRINGTON ROAD

Jose Cartellone Construcciones Civiles S.A wishes to advise the motoring pub-
lic that ongoing construction works will be carried out on a section of Farrington
Road from Wednesday August 18, 2010 for one (1) week.

The works that will be carried out during this phase of construction will include:
* ROADWAY EXCAVATION
* PLACING OF BASE MATERIAL
* ASPHALT PAVEMENT

Motorist travelling East or Westbound on JFK Drive and Thompson Blvd should
divert to the specified route:

* DAVIS STREET HAWTHORNE ROAD and continue on Farrington
Road to their destination.

Motorist travelling on Farrington Road and heading towards JFK Drive or
Thompson Blvd should use:

* HAWTHORNE ROAD DAVIS STREET as an alternate.

Proper signage will be erected delineating the work zone. Detours will be clearly
marked to allow the safe passage for pedestrians & motorist. Local access will be
granted to residents & businesses that may be affected during' construction. A safe
route will be provided for pedestrians as an alternate for the closed footpath.

We apologize for the delay & look forward'to the co-operation of the motoring pub-
lic throughout this project.

For further information please contact:


Jose Cartellone Construcciones Civiles S.A.
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am to 6:00pm
Office: (242) 322-8341/ 322-2610
Email: bahamasneighbor@cartellone.com.ar


Ministry of Works & Transport
The Project Execution Unit
Hotline: (242) 302-9700
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BAHAMAS LOSE

AFTER getting off to a
pretty good start at the
North American and
Caribbean Rugby Associa-
tion Men's Under 19
Championships, the
Bahamas suffered a big
loss yesterday at the Win-
ton Rugby Pitch.
In their second game of
the tournament, the
Bahamas dropped a 12-10
decision to Bermuda in
Pool A. The win came two
days after the Bahamas
crashed the defending
champions Cayman Islands
26-6.
Barbados was scheduled
to play Trinidad & Tobago
in a pool B match in the
feature contest.
However, no score from
that match was available at
press time.
Today at the Winton
Rugby Pitch, the ladies will
be in action as they play
their second set of match-
es.
The men will return to
the pitch on Wednesday.
Then on Thursday, the
Bahamas women's team
will play their first interna-
tional game when they
take on the Caribbean
Select, a team comprising
of players from Trinidad &
Tobago, Guyana, Jamaica,
Barbados and St. Vincent
& theGrenadines . ..
The tournament will be
concluded on Sunday.

BAHAMIANS
ADVANCED AT SVG

SHAQUILLE Taylor
and Chelsi Russell both
advanced to the second
round of the boys and girls
singles main draw at the
SVG International Tennis
Federation's Junior Tennis
Tournament in St. Vincent
& the Grenedines.
Yesterday, Shaquille
Taylor from Grand
Bahama pulled off a 6-1, 6-
1 win over Marley Young
from St. Vincent & the
Grenadines.
He will now go on to
play number six seed Luke
De Caires of Trinidad &
Tobago. -
Taylor advanced to his
second straight main draw
after he defeated number
two seed Eric Mikhlin of
the United States 6-1 and
6-0 on Sunday.
In her girls singles, Rus-
sell blanked Rhiana Bruce-
Lyle of St. Vincent & the
Grenadines in identical
scores of 6-0 6-0. She will
now face number seven
seed Lee-Anne Lingo from
Trinidad & Togabo.
Justin Roberts, however,
lost to Ture Skinner of
Trinidad & Tobago 6-4, 2-6
and 4-6 in the second
round foiling his chances of
making his first ITF main
draw.
The players are accom-
panied at the tournament
by coach Bradley Bain.


MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
FOR LAKIA BETHELL

AFTER undergoing an
emergency surgery on July
9, Lakia Bethell noted that
she is still in need of some
$28,000 to cover her
expenses.
To help secure the funds,
a walk-athon is being
planned for Saturday,
August 28.
Interested persons can
contact Bethell at 356-
3414, 364-7309, 424-4434,
her mother, Barbara
Bethell or her aunt, Better
Clarke, at 393-1794.


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Knowles, Fish have


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S0 ON A ROLL: Mark Knowles


By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

IN their return to action after a
week's break, Mark Knowles and
American Mardy Fish continued their
winning ways at the Western & South-
ern Financial Group Masters in
Cincinnati.
Yesterday in their opening round
of the ATP World Tour Masters 1000,
Knowles and Fish prevailed with an 6-
3, 6-2 win over Phillip Kohlsehreiber
of Germany and Gael Monfils of
France.
"It's a great start to the tournament.
We kind of picked up where we left
off in Washington," said Knowles,
referring to the Legg Mason Tennis
Classic where he and fish were the
last men's doubles team standing on
the final day.
"The win in Washington was really


nice. We needed that. It was the type
of results that we expected.
"Obviously, Mardy took the week
off last week and I played with Radek
Stephanek (at the Rogers Cup).
"We played well, got some wins
there, but lost the big one."
Last week, with Fish taking the
week off, Knowles teamed up with
Stepanek at the Rogers Cup in Toron-
to, Canada where they got eliminated
in the second round by the top seeded
team of Daniel Nestor and Nanad
Zimonjic.

Momentum

Knowles said yesterday's victory
has certainly given him and Fish the
momentum that they needed as they
move closer to the US Open, the last
Grand Slam tournament on the cal-
endar.


' Although they won in Washington,
Knowles said it was good for him and
Fish to finally "get the monkey of their
back" as they celebrated a big tour-
nament win.
"We started the year off with some
injuries and we really didn't kick off
our campaign until about May,"
Knowles said.
"We were looking to start our cam-
paign in January, but it got pushed
back by about five months.
"So we didn't get the type of per-
formances that we expected at Wim-
bledon or the French Open.
:But having not done as well as we
would have liked, we still believed in
our ability and we knew coming into
the summer hard courts, we were
capable of playing well."
Washington was a prime example
for Knowles and Fish.
But he said if they can continue the
winning streak in Cincinnati, it will


definitely boost their confidence.
"We had a good solid first round
today," Knowles pointed out.
"We won't play again until Wednes-
day, so hopefully that will give. us a
chance to continue to play as well as
we did today."
With the US Open set to begin fol-
lowing this tournament in Cincinnati,
Knowles said they would be a good
gauge to see where he and Fish are
right now.
"Everything's going good. That's
had been our biggest obstacle so far,"
said Knowles, about the injury bug.
"Both of us are feeling quite healthy
so that is allowing us to play our best
tennis."
Knowles and Fish are scheduled to
ply the French team of Julien Ben-
neteau and Michael Llodra.
It's the same team that Knowles
and his former partner Mahesh Bhu-
pathi lost to at the US Open last year.


Freedom Farm still have chance to advance through playoffs


By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net
DESPITE losing their first
game at the Cal Ripken
Major/60 World Series, Free-
dom Farm still have a chance
to advance through the play-
offs in Wilson County, North
Carolina.
Tournament director Mick-
ey Davis said the Bahamas
would either finish second or
third in their pool (depend-
ing the outcome of last year's
game against California) and
that enable them to move on
to the single elimination play-
off that starts today.
The top three teams in the
two divisions of the under-12
tournament will advance to
the playoffs where they will
be seeded one through six
with the top two seeds earn-
ing an automatic bye in
today's first round.
"Freedom Farm will prob-
ably end up as the number
three team because we have a
couple of teams that are
undefeated," Davis said in an
interview yesterday.,
"But they will be fine. They
are well coached. The inter-
esting thing about them is that
the kids are so well mannered.
We have two of them as
house guests and I can tell
you, my wife said she's not
had any problems with them.
They are really good kids on
and off the field."
Based on what he has seen,
Davis said the Bahamian peo-
.ple would be even more
proud of the team because
he's confident that they have
the potential to be one of the
top teams in the tournament.
After the single elimination
is completed on Tuesday and
Wednesday, the champi-
onship game is scheduled to
be played on Thursday.
Greg Burrows Sr, the
founder of Freedom Farm,
said it was his dream to get a
team qualified to play in the
tournament and this year they
made it a reality.
Freedom Farm, managed
by Greg Burrows Jr. and
coached by Robert Cox and
Jermico Sands, easily won
their first two games before
they had to go to an extra
inning, only to lose 5-4 to Cal-
ifornia on Sunday night.
"This is a very competitive
tournament," said Burrows in
an interview from North Car-
olina where he is accompany-


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ing the team. "There ten
teams participating.
"We are still alive in what is
called the single elimination
tournament. .But we also
believe that we still have the
team to go all the way out.
But the competition is very
good."
Burrows Sr. said the com-
petition is so tough that
there's really any room for
mistakes, as was evident when
they came back from a 2-0
deficit to go up 4-2, only to
watch as California bounced
back to secure the win.


"We didn't hit at the right
time," Burrows said. "If we
had put some hits together at
the right time, we would have
been able to win the game."
Burrows Sr. said Myron
Johnson pitched a dandy of a
ball game, but unfortunately
the rules didn't allow him to
pitch past the sixth inning,
which made a difference as
well down the stretch.
But Burrows said whether
they win or lose their fourth
game that was played last
night, they should have a
chance to go for the title in


the single elimination format.
Davis said the organizers
are really excited that Free-
dom Farm is representing the
Bahamas at the tournament.
It's the first time that a team
has competed outside of the
United States.
"They are well coached.
The coaching staff has just
been great to work with and
they've done everything that
we have asked them to do,"
Davis pointed out. "We are
very pleased to have them
here.
"They are a very well


coached team, fundamentally
sound. They are the most fun-
damentally sounds team here,
even though they were defeat-
ed by California yesterday
(Sunday)."
Davis said the participation
of Freedom Farm has cer-
tainly drawn more interest
around the Onnie Cockrell
Complex at the Rock Ridge
Elementary School because
everybody wants to see the
team from the Bahamas play.
"I think it's just great to
have them here," le summed
up.


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IT'S Iliciihll list t. -, I t l tlhe B.ha.imi s nd a.ieady thei LIni \erI
,i\ l o M N .mpL his Tigeis men's ha.'ketball ea i i's i.ilking :iboul
lho.' much tlie\ 31e o\ing it.
Coimpeting in the Bahamas Basketball Fed.'ra.ion's "SummL1
ot Thundei' College Scrimmages at the Kendal Iiac,, G\i -
na.iLiumn. thc Tigers man-handled the Electi,. Telecom (Cbols
\\iih .i huge 1-12-4 rampage.
Head coach Jo'hI Pasiner said he couldn't ar.k for a better per-
foi manc from his t-eam.
We w.on the game. but II's the ellort tile guys put torth on
both ends of the court that I'm proud of " h.- said. -E\eirone
got to pla., and \\e got to look at several lineups and combi-
na ion. "
Fieshmnl Joe Jackson ,as ai monstei oi tihe Tig.i.s as he
\ racked up a game high 2o points as he perfect on the sta -line
ooing 1l1-of-ll shooting from the field. 4-for-4 trom the three-
thro\ line and 2-tor-2 from the free throw line in lust 14 min-
utes of pla\.
Sophomore Drew Barham. connecting oii ,-ot-13 tiomI the
field. 7-ot- 11 from the three-point arch and 1-ol-1 from tihe loul
line tor 205 points in IL) minutes.
Fi\e other pla ers \\ere in double figures I\illi Chliile- Car-
moulche scoring 17. Wesle \VWitheispoon had 15. Will Colem.n
13. A-\ngel Garcia 12 and Pieston L.mid 11.
\Vlnle Jackson led the Tige rs in -.coring. CL-"l iman topped tdhi
icani in rebounding \\nh seen and Antonio Barton dislhId
outl |us as man\ assists.
Witherspoon blocked a game high three shots.
Memphis opened an impressive 49-15 lead after the first
quarter. By the half, they were up 72-31. At the end of the third
quarter, they extended their margin to 110-42.
The Cybots, coached by Wayde Watson, had three players in
double figures.
Swingman Brian 'Tucker' Bain led the attack with 13 points
on just 2-of-5 from the field, 1-of-2 from the three-point arch
and, 8-of-10 from the foul line.
Billy Sands contributed 12 points, while DeMarco Smith
had 11. The next best scorer was Devon Johnson, who came off
the bench to put in nine.
Both Rolando Pritchard and Elkin Sherman added six apiece.
Sands and Doyle Hudson, who scored just four points, had
three assists each. Hudson also had a game high eight rebounds
and he added two blocks. Bain, Sands and Cruz Simon, who
only had one point, had two steals each.
As a team Electro Telecom turned the ball over 30 times,
compared to the 13 by the University of Memphis.


ON THE RUN: Joe Jackson, from Memphis, goes for a layup over DeMarco Smith, from Cybots.
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ON THE ATTACK: Brian Bain, from Cybots, dribbles around the Memphis
defence.


HAVING A BALL: Billy Sands, from Cybots, plays defence on a Memphis player.


CHALLENGING MOMENT: Joe Jackson, from Memphis, fends off a challenge
from Brian Bain, from Cybots.


ON THE BALL: Joe Jackson, from Memphis.


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Romell Fish Knowles appointed

to two more ISF Commissions
VETERAN Softball Administrator and Former President of the
Bahamas Softball Federation Romell Fish Knowles was recently
appointed to two more prominent ISF Commissions within the
International Softball Federation.
Knowles, who became the first Bahamian to be elected to office
in the ISF, already chairs the Media Relation Commission and was
appointed as Vice Chair of the Hall of Fame Commission: The Hall
of Fame Commission is amongst.the most important and certain-
ly one of the more prominent Commissions of the ISF.
The Hall of Fame Commission elects deserving athletes, officials,
and administrators into the International Softball Federation Hall
of Fame, one of the highest awards bestowed on those who would
have made a significant contributions on the International stage,
promoting the game of softball.
"I am pleased that President Porter finds confidence in my abil-
ities as an administrator and gave me these awesome responsibil-
ities within the International Softball Federation," Knowles said.
"It's just incredible for an Island boy like myself will influence soft-
ball on the world stage in such a magnificent way. 1 consider
myself blessed and will like to give thanks to almighty God, my wife
and children for allowing me to be a part of something 1 love.

Thanked
Knowles, the past president of the Bahamas Softball Federation,
thanked President Burket Dorsette , Executives of the Bahamas
Softball Federation and member associations for their support.
"Without whom these opportunities would not have been made
available," he said. "I hope that 1 have made my deceased moth-
er whose up in heaven proud, along with Austin. Churchill. Hen-
ry, Dorith Knowles and Mary Sands.
"I would like to thank Cornelius Williams and Addison Coop-
er and the Hon. Neko Grant, who served as the impetus of my
administrative career and lastly Walt Saunders who encouraged and
supported me in all my endeavors."
As for being named to the Legislative Commission, Knowles
said: "I have to give the credit to the Greg Christie, Steven Garbo
Coakley and my colleagues in the Bahamas Olympic Committee
especially my friends Algernon Cargill, Mike Sands and Sir Arling-
ton Butler - sharp individuals who ask the toughest questions that
keep me grounded in the execution of my administrative respon-
sibilities. I have to thank my two coaches Al Dillette and President
Wellington Miller of the BOC who gives me good guidance and
advise on a daily basis.
"Finally, I get goose bumps and at times teary eyed when I see
my name on some of the International Softball Federation litera-
ture and see the (BAH). behind me name - it's just an incredible
and overwhelming feeling and 1 hope In my service my country and
countrymen are as proud of me as I am as proud of them."


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FROM page seven
weaklings and earns an F-
plus.
Earl Deveaux, the Minis-
ter of the Environment, is the
Cabinet cornerstone and, over
the years, has been one of Mr
Ingraham's best and most
consistent ministers..
Earl Deveaux is one of the
only ministers who possess
institutional knowledge about
his ministry. Dr Deveaux is
an exceptional spokesman for
his ministry and has been con-
centrating on the locales in
the Bahamas that have been
suffering from environmental
despoliation. Whilst the min-
ister has been addressing the
country's environmental
woes, we must adopt an orga-
nized recycling programme-
as I observed in Europe-
where students, households
and workplaces are encour-
aged to sort their trash in
order to produce more envi-
ronmentally-friendly citizens
and cleaner communities.
Plans for recycling, compost-
ing, carbon reduction and
decreasing our reliance on
landfills must be implemented
as these sites should be trans-
formed from waste to energy
facilities. Due to no fault of
the minister, over the years
the mismanagement of the
landfill and related fires has
led to air and water pollution.
The minister must seek to
implement and enforce
stricter, green building stan-
dards.
The Environment minis-
ter was severely criticized for
the removal of casuarinas
from Saunders Beach, but the
beautification of the locale


has quieted most of his
detractors even though there
is a small band of conspiracy
theorists and partisan hacks
who, as noted by Dr Deveaux
in Parliament, are peddling
lies that trucks are pulling up
at night and dumping sand at
the beach. Saunders Beach is
being immaculately devel-
oped. The recent dredging of
the harbour was also a mean-
ingful project.
It is imperative that Dr
Deveaux pursues the imple-
mentation of stringent
laws/regulations to manage
the construction of future pro-
jects along beachfronts; more
work must be done to protect
coral reefs, mangroves and
wetlands; greater monitoring
must be undertaken relative
to developments on private
islands/cays, of cruise ships
and the disposal of waste
products in our territorial
waters; attention must be paid
to national parks and those
foreign sports fishermen who
enter under the guise of gam-
ing, but purportedly leave the
country with coolers filled
with an illegal catch; and there
must be more of a concerted
effort to address the environ-
mental impact of climate
change, particularly as the
Bahamas is one of the most
vulnerable countries in the
world.
There must be greater
coastal management in the
Bahamas. Dr Deveaux has
overseen the erection of sig-
nage at most public access
points at beaches and
although there have been
efforts to maintain parks and
.beaches, some Bahamians are
so nasty that after a holiday,


beaches/waterways are left in
a hideous state and truckloads
of debris and garbage have to
be carted off.
In 2007, after a trip to
Europe, I advanced the view
that in order to promote and
ensure cleanliness, the gov-
ernment must implement a
garbage tax. I note the gov-
ernment's intent to institute
such a tax and privatize the
collection of residential and
commercial waste. We know
that when most people can
feel the pinch in their pockets,
they become more attentive
and more inclined to do bet-
ter. The laws prohibiting lit-
tering must be enforced!
Where are the environ-
mental wardens?
Lately, the minister has
had to address meteorologi-
cal failings associated with an
industrial mishap in Freeport
and he effectively handled the
potential environmental (and
economic) fallout related to
the notion of black sludge
covering local beaches as a
result of the Gulf Coast oil
spill. The minister was proac-
tive and informative, contact-
ing British Petroleum (BP)
pertaining to compensatory
claims and bringing in scien-
tists from France to monitor
and test Bahamian waters.
Dr Deveaux, though a
hard worker, does not come
off as a fame-hankering, glory
hog. He earns a B.

(Tomorrow I shall discuss
the performances of Zhivaro
Laing, Minister of State for
Finance, and Charles May-
nard, Minister of Youth,
Sports and Culture).


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LPEAAL NEUT , 0E I


Man charged


with murder


of a relative
FROM page one

ihe shop - got into an argu-
inment o\er a tlre, which
ircsultcd in Mr Clarke being
stabbed in the head and left
hand %'ith a screwdriver.
Mi Clarke, of Butler
Street. Nassau Village. was
taken to hospital but died of
his injuries shortly afterwards.
Smith, %ho was arraigned
before Deputy Chief Magis-
Irate Carolita Bethell, in
Court 8. Bank Lane. was not
required to enter a plea to the
murder charge
He %%as remanded to Her
Majesty's Prison.
The case %\as adjourned to
August 18 and transferred to
Couit 6. Parliament Street.
ACCUSED: Kevin Smith
outside of court yesterday.


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FROM page one Nygard interference
utterances that were made in e *M.
e name of the Royal denied by Minister
ahamas Police Force"in the


past.
Police entered the home of
Mr Bacon last month and con-
fiscated the speakers, only to
return,them hours later. Offi-
cers later returned to Mr
Bacon's property to record the
serial number of the equip-
ment.

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S II


"We have started an investi-
gation and that is all we are
going to say. Anything that
has to do with public discus-
sion we are not going to
involve ourselves in it. We are
going to do our work behind
the scenes and the principals
will know what we are doing,"
said ASP Hanna. ,
Tribune sources said the
police were "misled" into
thinking they would find "Mac-
Gyver style military things" out
of an "Iari Fleming book."
Sources-say the police were'
under the impression the
speakers were "capable of
killing people."
Juan Carlos Yepes,
Caribbean and South Ameri-
can sales representative for
Meyer Sound, the company
manufacturing the speakers,
said: "It is riot a military prod-
uct at all. It was originally


designed for concerts. It is a
loud speaker with a very spe-
cific application."
* He said the company was
able to make the speakers
"ultra weatherised" if some
one was interested in upgrad-
ing to acquire military capabil-
ities.
Mr Turnquest said in his
capacity as Minister of Nation-
al Security, he is briefed regu-
larly by the Commissioner. He
said statements made to the
media directly after the July
raid "were based on the facts of
the advice given to me by the
commissioner of police".
"Anything I answered was
after the fact and as advised by
the police," said Mr-Turnquest.
He accused Mr Smith of
being a "political operative
hired by Mr Nygard," and said
he did not "wish to get
involved in the dispute."


Police voice concern


over violent attacks


FROM page one
This comes after a 36-year-old man was
attacked and beaten in the area on Wednes-
day, August 11.
It is the second incident this month as
another man was also badly beaten about
the body and left bleeding in the area on
August 6.
There is speculation that the two men were
allegedly involved in the recent rape of two
teenage girls. The incident has sparked out-
rage among persons in the Garden Villas
area, near to where the incident occurred.
Asst Supt Loretta Mackey, press liaison
officer, said police received a report around
12.45pm on Wednesday that man was
attacked and hit in the head.
According to reports, the victim was in'the
Garden Villas area selling juice when four
men attacked and hit him in the head with a
bottle.
Police went to the Rand Memorial Hospi-
tal, where they saw the victim. The man was
treated for his injuries and discharged from
hospital.
Ms Mackey said investigations are also still
continuing into an attack that occurred on




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Ms. Lucy Elizabeth Burro
of #5 Andros
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Estates and for
Long Island wil
on Wednesday
18th 2010 at 11
Saint Anselm's
Church, Berna
Foxhill. Official
be Monsignor
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J. ministers of th
Interment will
the Church's C
Bernard Road, Foxhill.

Left to cherish her fond memories are.
children: Tamico and Tavis Gilbert; two gr
Tavis Gilbert Jr. and Tevin Gilbert: two b
Roland and Michael "Gus" Burrows: there
Remona Delaney, Mary Neymour an
Knowles; two daughters-in-law: Diane G
Melissa Gilbert; one sister-in-law: Gloria
one brother-in-law: George Knowles; niec
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Marilyn, Renee, Donna, Linda, and Marsha
nephews: Perry, Philip, Roland Jr., Rober
Larry, Dominic, Lyrone, Angelo, Owen
Spencer and Mark Brandon Burrows,
Ricardo, Pedro, Vaughn, John and Sean
Roscoe Glinton II, George and Jason
Derek, Warren, Dexter, Troy, Carlton a
Neymour,- one godson: Jason: Kno,
numerous other relatives and friends in
Shirley Kaye & family, Beverley Cash & f
Darville, Ritchie and Turnquest family and
community of South End Long

Viewing will be held at the Perpetual'
Restview Memorial Mortuary & Crem
Ltd. Robinson and Soldier Road on Tues
10:00am to 5:00pm and at the church on W\
from 9:30am to service time.


August 6 when a man was beaten about the
body in Garden Villas.
The man was discovered lying on the
ground bleeding. He was taken to hospital,
where he was treated for his injuries.
"The Police are sending a caution to those
persons who caused injuries to these two vic-
tims.
"They cannot take the law into their own
hands in an attempt to administer justice for
crime they believe the men might have com-
mitted," she said.
ASP Mackey said residents must allow the
police to investigate the matters.
"Taking matters into their own hand can
certainly compromise the investigations. We
are making an appeal to those persons
responsible for causing harm to the men to
come into the Central Detective Unit t6 give
the information necessary to assist in bring-
ing closure to those incidents of great concern
to them," she said.
In the meantime, she said, investigations'
are continuing into the rape-of two teenage
girls on August 5. .
Anyone with information that can assist
police is asked to call 350-3107/8, 352-9774/5
or 911.


SKFC outlets

Back to normal

" after strike
* OPERATIONS at all
KFC outlets returned to
normal yesterday after-
ws, 72 noon after a strike in nine
w, 72 stores disrupted opera-
tions.
Crescent Restaurants (Bahamas)
Beach Limited, the franchisee ofj
rmerly of KFC in Nassau, said:
.1 be held "The union's action came
V August because of the company's
:00am at refusal to reinstate an
Catholic employee in one of the
rd Road, outlets who had been dis-
ating will missed." The allegation
Preston was that he had been
by other "dismissed for stealing."
by other The Bahamas Hotel
e gospel. Catering and Allied
follow in Workers Union
-emetery (BHCAWU) represents
KFC workers.
According to a state-
her two ment from Restaurants
randsons: Ltd, the company and
brothers: representatives of the
!e sisters: union were scheduled to
id Annie meet with the Depart-
ilbert and ment of Labour yester-
Burrows; day, but the meeting had
es: Letitia to be postponed until
Ges Ll September 8.
Gaynell "Last week both the
Kimberly company and the union
knowles, were officially informed
id Pinder, of the change of date.
tte Kaye, Nevertheless, the union's
i, Karen, representatives showed
Burrows; up at the Department of
t, Tyrone, Labour," the release stat-
n, Julian, ed.
Prescott, "On Monday morning
Delaney, workers at the nine stores
Knowles, showed up for work, but
nd Keith were directed by the
wles and union not to perform
cluding:d their regular duties. Sub-
cluding: sequently the company
family, the posted notices at each of
the entire the stores advising that
island. the stores would be
closed, and apologized to
Suite at, customers for any incon-
natorium venience during the clo-
sday from sure."
wednesday Union representatives
could not be contacted up
to press time.


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Ibocure eyeing Netties Different of Nassau


By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net


MEDICAL Tourism company
Ibocure is eyeing Netties Different
of Nassau for the development of
its addiction treatment facility,
sources have told Tribune Business.
However, owner Nettie Symon-
ette said she has never heard of the
firm, and knows nothing about the
development.
While the Miami-based firm told
this paper it is interested in putting
the facility near the beach as a part


of its treatment success and it's over-
all allure, they did not specify where
the final location might be.
. The multi-million dollar facility,
expected to be the first of its'kind in
the world, could open its doors in
the Bahamas as early as the first
quarter of next year, bringing a rev-
olutionary addiction cure and a fair-
ly new type of visitor to the
Bahamas,
According to the project's chief,
Dr Mark Puleo, millionn has
already been raised for the start-up
of the project, and several other US
investors are on board.


Dr Puleo said the project could
employ as many as 20 to 25 individ-
uals, including Bahamian doctors,
psychiatrists and staff.
He added that his company Ibo-
cure, will be a "world class addic-
tion treatment facility" offering a
revolutionary drug called Ibogaine
which is said to eradicate substance
abuse in less time than other addic-
tion treatments.
While the drug has not been
approved by the Federal Drug
Administration (FDA) in the US,
the company will be allowed to
administer thq drug here according


to the plans laid out by Ibocure,
which were given the thumbs-up by
the Ministry of Health and the Min-
istry of Tourism.
Ibocure's chief marketing officer,
Bonnie Levengood, said the com-
pany chose the Bahamas for its
addiction rehabilitation centre
because of its proximity to the US,
its premier health care system and its
/ability to meld the healing process
with a relaxing atmosphere.
Netties Different of Nassau, one
of the few Bahamian owned and
operated Resqrts on Cable Beach
could offer that idyllic atmosphere


that the company is hoping will
attract international high-end clients.
"We are attracting very high-end
people and it will be expensive to
go, so we wanted to create an idyllic
location by the ocean so they feel
like they can relax and attract their
friends and family," Ibocure's chief
marketing officer, Bonnie Leven-
good said.
"It takes a stressful situation and
makes it relaxed and therapeutic.
We, will take a very Zen-like
approach to the development of the
centre which will be a spa-like world
class facility."


Custom Wheelz expands with


high-end vehicle repair centre


By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net
Custom Wheelz
has expanded
its operation to
include not only
wheel, stereo
and tyre sales, but has added
on a full-time, high-end vehi-
cle repair centre, its president
told Tribune Business yester-
day.
Mitchell Hepburn said


By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net

ARAWAK Homes has
spent a "substantial amount"
of money rejuvenating its
Blue Hill Road location as it
bounces back from the stag-
nant economy last year, the
company's vice president of
sales told Tribune Business
yesterday.
Dena Ingraham said as the
economy changed the face of
their business last year the
company drew up a strategy
to change with it and created
a complete satellite location
on Blue Hill road offering all
of the service its Shirley Street
office does.
According to Ms Ingraham,
their clients can even video
conference with architects
housed at the Shirley Street
location from Blue Hill Road.
She said the changes and
additions to the building and
the office were a matter of
creating convenience for their
clients who live in Western or
Central New Providence.
"Those plans were in place
long before the rerouting of
traffic (on Blue Hill)," said
Ms Ingraham. "We did it to
meet the challenges of the
economy and the needs of our


Redline Performance, the
repair and maintenance end
of Custom Wheelz is a good
fit for the burgeoning busi-
ness.
Owner of Redline Perfor-
mance, Brendan Appleyard,
said after working for several
car repair shops over a num-
ber of years, it was time to
branch out on his own.
He and Mr Hepburn - high
school friends - decided to put
his expertise in maintaining
and repairing luxury vehicles,


such as Porsche and BMW to
work for Custom Wheelz.
,They dedicated one of their
vehicle bays to Mr Apple-
yard's side of the business,
and now only two months in
he is building his clientele and
attracting his regular cus-
tomers to the Dowdeswell
Street store.
He said he has a pick-up
and drop-off service, which
has been favoured by his
affluent clients who enjoy the
convenience. He once did


clients."
She said with the new
building came the introduc-
tion of new home consultants
who "came with a wealth of
knowledge".
According to her, the facil-
ity was also upgraded to make
it much more comfortable for
their clients..
Business is picking back up
for Arawak Homes which suf-
fered a slowdown last year
due to the poor economic
conditions created by the
global recession. While the
company is traditionally
known for low-cost construc-
tion in its own communities,
they have branched off to
construction on private lots.
Ms Ingraham said they
have built houses in West
Ridge, Westwinds, and Sky-
line Drive among others.
She said though the econo-
my stagnated the construction
of new homes in Arawak
Homes' communities, private
lot builds have picked up in
the one year since it was
introduced.
She said the company is
continuing to do well and has
implemented other initiatives
to help grow business. �
"We have been around for
30 years and are not going
anywhere," she said.


housecalls, but said he pre-
ferred to have a centralised
location where he can keep
his tools.
According to him, business
has been picking up and he
continues to put the'business
together as it grows.
He said the secret to his
success is in the care he gives
to his client's car's which can
often cost hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars.
"I treat every client's car
like it's my own," he said. He
owns a BMW he is customis-
ing.
Mr Hepburn said Custom
Wheelz has been done well
over its one-yearstretch. "We
could always do better," he
said.
During its first year in oper-
ation, Mr Hepburn added a
carwash to the business,
began selling aiidio peripher-
als and LED lights, and now
has added the repair shop for
high-end vehicles.
They now have on staff two
mechanics, including Mr App-
leyard.
Mr Hepburn fell into the
custom wheels business after
purchasing his own several
years ago. Despite not making
-a trip to the bank, he sought
to join the burgeoning mar-
ket of rim dealers across New
Providence.
His business features some


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ranging from 18 inches to 28
inches. They can be custom-
fitted to almost any vehicle,
as the store specialised in strut
extensions.
"We even have strut exten=
sion, so you can put bigger
wheels in smaller cars," said
Mr Hepburn.
All installations are done
at his Dowdeswell Street
shop, which required an


extensive six-month renova-
tion before its opening last
November.
The 3,000 square foot store,
which previously housed a
candle manufacturer, was out-
fitted with'a machine shop for
placing tyres on to rims, which
is an expensive part of owning
lower profile rims. .
"I found that tyres were
very expensive here so I
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SEATTLE (AP) - Dell
Inc. said Monday it is buying
3Par,Inc., a maker of enter-
prise data storage equipment,
for about $1.13 billion in cash.
Dell is offering $18 per
share for 3Par, an 87 per cent
premium over Friday's clos-
ing price for the company of
$9.65. In midday trading, 3Par
shares surged 87 per cent to
$18.01.
Dell is the world's second-
largest maker of personal
computers, behind Hewlett-
Packard Co. As PC prices
have fallen in recent years,
Dell has worked to establish
other, more profitable lines
of business, though PCs still
make up more than half of
Dell's revenue.
By comparison, informa-
tion technology consulting
services made up 13 per cent
of Dell's revenue in the quar-
ter ended April 30, and stor-
age devices made up four per
cent of revenue.
Dell, based in Round Rock,
Texas, expects the 3Par acqui-
sition to add to its adjusted
profit in fiscal 2012. It says it
also plans to invest in added
engineering and sales
resources at 3Par.
The deal has been
approved by the boards of


both companies and is expect-
ed to close this year.
Dell has made several oth-
er storage acquisitions. In
July, Dell bought Ocarina,
and with it gained technology
that helps compress data and
remove duplicate information.
Terms of the deal were not
disclosed. It acquired Exanet,
a maker of network storage,
in February for $12 million,
and in 2008 it bought storage
appliance maker EqualLogic
for $1.4 billion.
3Par, of Fremont, Califor-
nia, make systems designed
to make efficient use of avail-
able storage space through so-
called "thin provisioning,"
which makes it easier to add
capacity when needed. 3Par
had an early lead in this tech-
nology, but competitors such
as NetApp Inc., EMC Corp.,
IBM Corp. and HP are start-
ing to catch up. ,
David Scott, the CEO of
3Par, said during a conference
call Monday that adding
3Par's products to Dell's exist-
ing storage offerings creates
the strongest lineup in the
industry.
"Other vendors will be left
in danger of being flat-foot-
ed with tired product lines
and few options," Scott said.
Dell already resells EMC's
products under the Dell/EMC
brand, and acquiring 3Par


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PROFIT RISE: Customers
leave a Lowe's store in
New York. Home
improvement retailer
Lowe's Cos. yesterday
said its profit rose 10 per
cent in second quarter as
sales improved and the
company controlled its
spending.
(AP Photo)


NAD
Nassau Airport
Development Company


Nassau'Airport Development Company Limited (NAD) is seeking Proponents
(individual, consortium or joint venture that must include an experienced retail
operator) to operate and manage Specialty Retail Kiosks and 1 Specialty Retail Cart
in the new U.S. Departures Terminal currently under construction at the Lynden
Pindling International Airport. These retail units will offer unique products and/or
services at competitive prices.

Several inline specialty retail stores have already been awarded including:

* My Ocean - Bahamian made Candles, Soaps, oils, body products, etc.

, Uniquely Bahamian - Bahamian made pearl jewelry, arts & crafts.

* The Last Straw- Bahamian made straw merchandise.

# John Bull - Fragrances (Perfumes, Toilette Waters, etc.)
Cosmetics & Skin Care, Jewelry, Watches, Hand Bags and Small Leather Goods,
Travel Accessories.

. Pirana Joe - Branded T-shirts, polo shirts, caps, shorts, etc.

* Bahamas Sol - Androsia Products, PaSion Tea Company Products, Bahamas
Chocolate Factory Products, Paris Bahamas Perfume, Seaglass and Blown
Glass Jewelry, Children's 'By The Sea' books, Bahamian Themed Cook Books,
Calendars, Gift Cards, etc.

NAD seeks proponents that have unique concepts/products that will not
compete directly with the stores already selected.


REQUEST FOR



PROPOSAL





SPECIALTY RETAIL KIOSKS AND CARTS

NEW U.S. DEPARTURES TERMINAL AT LPIA



MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
i. Proponent must be Bahamian and incorporated in The Bahamas.
ii. Proponent must have operated a retail facility within the last three (3)
years.
NAD'S GOALS AND OBJECTIVES ARE TO:

(a) achieve a high standard of excellence and customer service;

(b) offer a mix of concepts that will help to enhance the image of the
Lynden Pindling International Airport as a worldclass airport;

(c) offer retail choices to passengers at reasonable prices;

(d) optimize revenue to NAD.


Qualified and interested parties may pick-up the Request for Proposal package
at NAD's offices at the reception desk on the second floor Domestic/International
Terminal at Lynden Pindling International Airport between the hours of 8:00am
and 4:00pm, from August 16th to August 27th, 2010. A mandatory pre-proposal
briefing for those who have picked up packages will be held at the Arawak Lounge,
Terminal 1, (next to Dunkin Donuts) at the Airport on Monday September 6th
2010 at 10:00am.


TODSUSSOISO HSPGELGO OWWTIUE4.O


"could negatively impact Del-
l's relationship with EMC,"
wrote Kaufman Bros. analyst
Shaw Wu in a research note
Monday. Wu estimates EMC
represents about a quarter of
Dell's $2.2 billion storage rev-
enue in the most recefit fiscal
year.
Wu also wrote that he
thinks $1.13 billion is a steep
price for 3Par.
But other analysts cast a
more positive take on the
deal. Dell said 3Par's tech-
nology is particularly suited
to "cloud computing," where
many customers may share
the capacity of a data center.
Dell has beeh making itself
over into a provider of cloud
services, and Maynard Um,
an analyst at UBS, wrote in
a client note Monday that he
believes the deal will strength-
en the PC maker's position in
that area.
Um wrote that he believes
Dell's scale and global reach
can help 3Par sales grow.
Dell's shares edged up a
penny to $12.02 in midday
trading.
In its latest fiscal quarter,
which ended March 31, 3Par
posted a loss of $3.2 million,
or five cents per share, on
$194.3 million in revenue.
3Par was founded in 1999
and went public in November
2007 at $14 per share.


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PAGE 2B, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2010









THE TRIBUNE


TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2010, PAGE 3B


China surges past Japan as the



world's second-largest economy


BEIJING (AP) - China
has eclipsed Japan as the
world's second-biggest econ-
omy after three decades of
blistering growth that put
overtaking the US in reach
within 10 years.
Japan is still far richer per
person after confirming Mon-
day that economic output"fell
behind its giant neighbour for
the three months ending June
30. However, the news is
more proof of China's arrival
as a force that is altering the
global balance of commercial,
political and military power.
Analysts are already look-
ing ahead to when China
might match the United
States in total output -
which the World Bank and
others say could be no more
than a decade away.
"This means the world will
pay more attention to China,
especially when most West-
ern countries are mired in the
bog of debt problems," said
economist Lu Zhengwei at'
Industrial Bank in Shanghai.
'Unseating Japan - after
earlier passing Germany,
France and Britain - caps
three decades of breakneck
growth that has cemented a
dramatic change in China's
place in the world over just
the past five years.
State-owned Chinese com-
panies have emerged as major
resource investors, pouring
billions of dollars into mines
and oil fields from Latin
America to Iraq. Chinese
pressure helped to win a big-
ger voice for developing
economies in the World Bank
and other global institutions.
On a human level, China's
rise has allowed hundreds of
millions of people to work
their way out of poverty and
sent a flood of students and
tourists to the West. Its con-
sumers are so avidly courted
that companies from Detroit
automakers to French hand-
bag producers now design
goods to suit them.
Still, China's rise has pro-
- duced glaring contradictions.
The wealth gap between an
'elite who profited most from
three decades of reform and
its poor majority is so extreme
that China has dozens of bil-
lionaires, while average
income for the rest of its 1.3
billion people is among the
world's lowest.
By contrast, Japan's peo-
ple still are among the world's
richest, with a per capital
income of $37,800 last year,
compared with China's
$3,600. So are Americans at
$42,240, their economy still
by far the world's biggest.
According to Monday's
report, Japan's nominal GDP
was worth $1.286 trillion in
the April-to-June quarter


A MAN uses a cell phone outside a securities' firm in Tokyo JVonday.
(AP Photo)


compared with $1.335 trillion
for China. The figures are
converted into dollars based
on an average exchange rate
for the quarter.
World stock markets most-
ly fell on the news that
* Japan's economy grew just
0.1 per cent in the second
quarter, far short of expecta-
tions and well below the 1.2
per cent growth in the first
quarter. The report follows
signs last week that both the
US and Chinese economies
are not growing as fast as ear-
lier in the year.
In the midst of the global
crisis, stimulus-driven Chinese
growth that hit 11.9 per cent
in the first quarter this year
before easing in the latest
quarter helped to propel the
world out of recession. Chi-
nese demand for raw materi-
als and other imports buoyed
economies from Australia to
South Korea to Africa.
China uses more than half
the world's iron ore and more
than 40 per cent of its steel,
aluminum and coal. It passed
the US last year as the biggest
auto market and Germany as
the biggest exporter.
"We are at the point now
where China is overtaking the
US to be the engine of growth
in consumption," said Amar
Gill, a researcher for broker-
age CLSA Asia-Pacific Mar-
kets.
China could match the US
in total output as early as
2020, said a World Bank fore-
cast in June. America's gross
domestic product was $14.26
trillion last year, nearly three
times China's.
A more serious concern for
communist leaders is China's
income per person, which the
World Bank said ranked
124th in the world last year
- more on a par with impov-
erished nations like Angola,
Tunisia and El Salvador than
Japan, which ranked 32nd, or
the US, ranked 17th.
As a result, becoming the
second-largest economy "isn't
something to add to national
pride," said Zhang Bin, a


researcher at the Chinese
Academy of Social Sciences, a
government think tank.
"I care more about GDP
per capital " Zhang said. "Peo-
ple in small countries like
Switzerland lead a much
wealthier life."
Despite slipping in the
rankings, Japan still enjoys
Swiss-style health, wealth and
comfort. Tokyo has more
Michelin-starred restaurants
than Paris.
By contrast, China faces a
huge and politically explosive
gap between an elite who
have profited from reform
and a poor majority. The.
country has launched two
manned space missions, but
families in remote areas live
in cave houses in hillsides.
"China's first-tier big cities
might look similar to big
world cities. But social wel-
fare still has a long way to
match Japan, the US or Euro-
pean countries," said Indus-
trial Bank's Lu.
China's growth has made it
a major importer and con-
sumer of oil and gas and the
biggest source of greenhouse
gases blamed for changing the
climate.


Complaints that surging
Chinese demand pushed up
global crude prices have
made energy a sensitive issue
for Beijing. It angrily denied
an International Energy
Agency report last month
that said it passed the US in
2009 as the top energy con-
sumer.
China's 21st century rise
marks a return to a status it
held until the 18th century as
Asia's military, technological
and cultural leader. That era
ended as European colonial
powers expanded and Chi-
nese imperial leaders crushed
reformers who wanted to imi-
tate Japan's embrace of West-
ern technology.
China spent much of the
20th century wracked by war
and political upheaval before
reforms pioneered by leader
Deng Xiaoping in 1979
' opened the door to renewed
growth.
China, with 10 times
Japan's population, has long
been expected to catch up
with its neighbour. But the
global crisis and Japan's slug-
gish growth brought that
point forward by many years.
The International Mone-
tary Fund is forecasting
growth of up to 10.5 per cent
this year for China. By con-
trast, Monday's data showed
Japan grew at an annualized
rate of just 0.4 per cent in the
latest quarter, well off the first
quarter's annualized 4.4 per
cent expansion.
The symbolism of dropping
to third place might be the
"wake-up call" Japanese lead-
ers need to focus on reviving
growth, said Martin Schulz,
senior economist at Fujitsu
Research Institute in Tokyo.
"Japan is always strangely
inward-looking," he said.
"And nobody is doing any-
thing about it."


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given of the loss of Bahamas
Government Registered Stock Certificate as follows:

Stock Interest Rate Certificate No. Maturity Date Amount

2014-2023 .37500%APR 68220 2023 $110,500

We intend to apply to the Registrar to issue a replacement
certificate. If this certificate is found, please write to:
P.O. Box SS-19159, Nassau, NP, The Bahamas.





Julius Bar
Julius Baer Group, the leading dedicated Wealth Manager
is seeking candidates for the position of:


JUNIOR RELATIONSHIP MANAGER

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Service an existing book of clients introduced /
managed by our network of External Asset Managers
(EAM) and finders
* Acquire new EAM and/or business finders
* Provide financial information to clients as requested
* Create / Maintain a privileged relationship with new or
existing clients providing a service of excellence
* Develop Julius Baer Bank & Trust as booking centre
through Julius Baer worldwide network

REQUIRED SKILLS:

* Excellent French verbal and written communication skill
* PC literate with strong Excel, Word, PowerPoint (ability
to learn new applications quickly)
* Strong understanding of Swiss Private Banking industry
creed and regulatory framework _
* A commitment to service excellence

EXPERIENCE:

* Minimum 3-5 years experience in Private Banking,
Asset Management or related field

EDUCATION:

* A Bachelor's degree with concentration in Economic,
Business Administration or equivalent.
* The Securities Course Series 7 or equivalent.


FOREIGN LANGUAGES:

* The ability to speak a third language (Italian, German,
Spanish or Portuguese) would be a strong asset.

We offer a very competitive compensation and benefits
package, a stimulating work environment and the
opportunity to make a significant contribution to our
business while expanding your career.

Interested candidates should forward a copy of their
resume by August 31st, 2010 to the attention of:


Candidates should possess the following:
- Strong communications and interpersonal skills
. Good work ethict-- I' wr71 .w.M-,
- Be able to perform under pressure
The job provides ongoing training. Prior job experience
is an asset.
Serious inquiries only.
Please email: janagebjc@hotmail.com


ROYAL FIDELITY

Money at Work


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BY HAND:
Personal & Confidentiat�
Human Resources
Ocean center Montague Foreshore
East Bay Street
P.O. Box N-4890
Nassau, Bahamas


BY MAIL:
Personal & Confidential
Human Resources
P.O. Box N-4890
Nassau, Bahamas


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COLONIAL


Credit card payments

continue to improve in July


DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Consumers continue to better
manage their credit card payments, with fewer customers in July
defaulting or making late payments compared with the previ-
ous month.
On-time payments have been on an upward trend over the
last several months for many major card issuers.
Discover Financial Services, Capital One Financial Corp.,
JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America Corp. on Mon-
day all reported declines in July charge-off rates - those
unpaid balances they have given up on collecting.
Capital One's improvement led the group, with its net US
card charge-offs falling to 8.1 per cent of total balances in July
from 9.3 per cent in June.
Card companies typically write off loans after they're 180 days
past due, the point at w which it's assumed the balances won't be
coQllected.



NOTICE


NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION

FOR

BASS PORTFOLIO INC.,'
AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANY


Notice is hereby given that the voluntary dissolution of the.
above company commenced on the 12th day of August,
2010. Articles of Dissolution have been duly registered
by the Registrar General's office, P.O. Box N532, 50
Shirley Street, Nassau, Bahamas. The Liquidator is A.J.K.
Corporate Services (Bahamas) Limited, whose address is
Suite 11, Bayparl Building, 18 Parliament Street, P.O. Box
AP59205/3352, Nassau, The Bahamas.


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Across
1 Catch a girl - nothing to it
(5)
8 The lanes wind round a
remote island (2,6)
9 He took a certain measure
- to try and stop
Christmas (5)
10 Cocktail that goes well over
the bar? (8)
11 Looks like a well used part
of a mine (5)
12 Main points on an article
(3)
16 Dormant fish turned into a
snake (6)
17 Cleaner air can't be found
here (6)
18 Variety of pea that's a good
climber (3)
23 A torn stub joins at the
sides (5)
24 A way to gain an admission.
(8)
25 Game in which Harry leads
mother (5)
26 I'm retiring into an easily-
managed residence (8)
27 Love to have a party again


yesterday's Cryptic Solution
Across: 1 Enthusiast, 6 Opus, 10
Tiara, 11 Clientele, 12 Redeemer,
13 Poser, 15 Alleges, 17 Panacea,
19 Turmoil, 21 Back out, 22 Cubit,
24 Bold type, 27 Leitmotiv, 28
Rusts, 29 Rank, 30 Broad beans.

Down: 1 Eats, 2 Traveller, 3 Usage,
4 Incomes, 5 Stirrup, 7 Press, 8
Sheer waste, 9 In a panic, 14
Particular, 16 Good time, 18
Choppy sea, 20 Lobster, 21 Bolivia,
23 Bairn, 25 Throb, 26 Isis.


Down
2 Nymph with broken heart
goes to America (8)
3 Possible secret of not
having to pay (4-4)
4 Don't work but possibly
make money (6)
5 I held out for foreign capital
(5) .
6 Lawful for example inside;
all wrong outside (5)
7 The girl is seen to venture
out (5).
12 A place in which a man's
pains may be alleviated (3)
13 A welcome shout (3)
14 Blackleg Shakespeare put
to the sword (8)
15 Maybe more cuts will
attract one (8)
19 Jam, strange as it may
seem (6)
20 Highly intoxicating (5)
21 Frank impression (5)
22 Imagine being decorated
(5)


Yesterday's Easy Solution
Across: 1 Lead the way, 6 Debt,
10 Other, 11 Desperado, 12 ,
Grandeur, 13 Total, 15 Oneness, 17
Disband, 19 Setting, 21 Contest, 22
Frame, 24 Approval, 27 Attribute,
28 Eider, 29 Each, 30 Ill-starred..

Down: 1 Look, 2 Abhorrent, 3
Turin, 4 Endless, 5 Assured, 7
Exact, 8 Troglodyte, 9 Jettison, 14
Loss of face, 16 Epidemic, 18
Alexander, 20 Gradual, 21 Cypress,
23 Attic, 25 Omega, 26 Prod.


Across
1 Motionless (5)
8 Succeed (3,5)
9 Destroyed by fire
(5)
10 Tough customer
(4,4)
11- To humble (5)
12 Long bench in
church (3)
16 An uproar (6)
17 Eventually (2,4)
18 Unit of weight (3)
23 Grind together (5)
24 Regard as total
loss (5,3)
25 Light sailing vessel
(5)
26 Farewell
performance (8)
27 Former Scottish
capital (5)


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(4-4)
3 Bet against heavy
odds (4,4)
4 Scold (6)
5 Careful
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6 Punitive (5)
7 Take great delight
(5)
12 Favourite (3)
13 Be victorious (3)
14 A prehistoric period
(5,3)
15 Very successful
show (5,3)
19 Do wrong (6)
20 Distort meaning of
(5)
21 Full of life (5)
22 Strained (5)


HOW many words of
four letters or more can
you make from the
letters shown here?
In making q word, each
letter may be used once
only. Each must contain
the centre letter and
there must be at least ,
one nine-letter word. No
plurals, or verb forms
ending in "s", no words
with initial capitals and
no words with a hyphen
or apostrophe permitted.
The first word of a
phrase is permitted (e.g.
inkjet in inkjet printer).


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Good 21; very good 31;
excellent 41 (or more).
Solution Monday.
YESTERDAY'Si
SOLUTION
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faro fleawort float
floater floe flora floret
flow flower foal foetal
fore fort forte -fowl
loaf loafer loft tore
lower oral orate owlet
role rota rote rowel
taro tore towel tower
trowel WATERFOWL
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Pass Pass Dble All Pass
The United States won the 2009
world team championship in Sao
Paulo, Brazil, defeating its archrival,
Ilaly, by 36 IMPs in the 128-board
final. The showdown between the
two bridge giants, whose rivalry goes
back half a century to the days of the
legendary Italian Blue Team, was
still in doubt with five deals to play,
but the U.S. closed strongly to cap-
ture the Bermuda Bowl.
The victorious American squad
was comprised of Nick Nickell, Bob
Ilamman, Jeff Meckstroth and Eric
Rodwell, plus Zia Mahmood and
Ralph Katz, replacing the lale Paul
Soloway and Richard Freeman. Italy*
was represented by Lorenzo Lauria,


Alfredo Versace, Fulvio Fantoni,
Claudio Nunes, Giorgio Duboin and
newcomer Antonio Sementa.
Today's deal frorin the final pro-
duced a huge gain for the U.S. When
Rodwell and Meckstroth held the
North-South cards, the bidding went
as shown. East's three diamonds
indicated a heart fit, and the bidding
followed natural lines thereafter. One
can hardly blame Lauria, East, for
doubling live spades holding two
aces, but Meckstroth lost only the
diamond ace for plus 1,050.
At the second table, with, Ham-
man and Zia East-West, the auction
took a decidedly different turn:
West North East South
IV 24 34 34
4V " Pass Pass Dhble
Pass 44 5 V Dble
All PIss
North led the club queen, ruffed
by South, who then made a subtle
slip by cashing a top spade before
shifting to a diamond. Zia rose with
the ace, ruffed a spade in dummy and
then, with characteristic panache',
announced that he would run his
trumps and that if North had the K-Q
of diamonds, the contract would
make on a squeeze! This was indeed
the case, as North could not keep
both clubs and diamonds guarded
when the last trump was cashed, so
the U.S. gained another 650 points.
- Observe that if South had not
cashed a spade before shiftlling to a
diamond, there would have been no
squeeze.


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TribunqeFeatures Writer


MOST people do not
pay close attention to
the minor dissimilari-
ties in their nails when it
comes to the texture, colour
or the casual chipping.
These defects may not be very notice-
able, but they are more important than
you fnay think and may even point to
bigger health issues.
According to trained professionals,
nails play a very important part in your
overall health and should always be
maintained in the proper manner.
Among the most important things
you can do for your nails are regular
manicures.
Experts recommend to have a mani-
cure at least once a month, or even once
a week.
Nails, professionals say, should always
be properly cleaned, cut /trimmed, filed
and buffed, and the proper tools should
be used.
Sharp-edged tools should not be used
to clean under the free edge of the nail
as this could puncture the hyponychium,
causing the nail bed. to separate from
the nail plate which can lead to a fungus
infection.
Kordelle Thompson, manager at the
KNS Nail Institute, providing the Tri-
bune Health with nail care tips said:
"One thing you can do is get regular
manicures. Some.people tend to use the
wrong tools such as bobby pins. A sug-
gestion is to get a professional mani-
cure done at least every week or two
weeks. Also use (proper) implements
and clean tools. Dirty tools have bacte-
ria and you tend to pick up a bacteria
infection if the tools are not properly
cleaned."

Scrubbing

Ms Thompson advised persons to
properly scrub under the nails using
soap, cuticle oil and a good moisturising
lotion for afterwards. If you are going to
do any household cleaning you should
wear gloves, especially when garden-
ing.
When washing dishes use gloves as
too much contact with water can cause
the nail to soften and this can cause
breakage.
Persons with acrylic nails, she said,
should maintain their nails by getting
a fill-in every two weeks.
Also, if nails chip around the cuticles
and water gets under the nail and the
acrylic this can lead to something called
a "Pseudomonas infection" caused by
the so-called blue-green pus bacteria
that especially affects those who are
immuno-compromised.
Acrylic nails need proper mainte-
nance, regular fills to prevent lifting,
which occurs when the overlay sepa-
rates from the nail plate.
"Fungus can occur whether one has
acrylic or not, this can be caused once
dirt gets under the nail, as well as using
dirty implements - nail files, nippers,
toenail clippers, dirty towels - these
can all be the cause of you contracting
fungus."
According to Ms Thompson, when
having your nails done by any profes-


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sional make sure that the file or an\
other tools used are .ashable'sanitis-
able. Be sure to ask questions about
the products being used. Also, make
sure good qua.lit products and clean
and or disposable towels are used on
'ou.
If \ou notice the file is dust\ with
debris. oi it looks dirt,. immediaielh
request clean tools
Nails grow 1/8 inch a month. And
persons should take nutrients, drink lots
of water, eat fruit and vegetables to
promote growth, Ms.Thompson said.
Dawn Francis, a nail technician at the
Clippendale's Beauty Salon on Mackey
Street, told Tribune Health that it is
important to clean your nails on a daily
basis.

Clean Daily

"My number one tip would' be to use
a nail brush to clean your nails daily
along with soap and water, this goes
especially for people with (long) nails.
"Another tip is to keep a coat of
hardener on your nails, keep them
glazed for protection. With your natur-
al nails you can sometimes get some-
thing called a 'detergent finger', this
(happens) when people often put their
hands in washing chemicals, powders
and liquids."
At the Tamco Royal Nails Supplies
and School, staff member Tameka Stra-
chan emphasised the importance of
moisturisers.
"At the nail supply store we have a
treatment called 'tree oil', this mois-
turises the cuticles and strengthens the
nails. We also have a moisturising scrub
for people that have dry hands and peo-
ple that have tears or damaged cuticles.
"That puts the moisture back into the
skin, when you wash your hands you'll
feel the difference and it is excellent
for people that deal with a lot of chem-
icals," she said.'
And it's not only women who are
concerned with their nails these days.
Nassau resident David Johnson said
he makes sure to get his nails treated
regularly.
"I go to a spa every month to get
them clipped, massaged and get the
dead skin clipped off. Sometimes when
I go I'm not the only guy there either;
it's affordable as well.
"I go because I'm a man and I don't
really know how to care for my finger-
nails like they should, so I would rather
go to a professional," he said.

Trends

When it comes to new trends in the
market, Ms Thompson of the KNS Nail
Institute said gel and solar nails are
becoming very popular.
The trained nail technician admitted
that she is not very familiar with solar
nails - which are similar to acrylic nails
but are reportedly more durable - but
is assured that Bahamians will become
aware of them very soon.
"The gel is a soft or gel like product
applied to the natural nail, it is cured
under a lamp; it's more durable, flexible,
odorless, thin, natural feeling, crystal
clear; there's no lifting. The solar is also
used on the natural (nail) and has pret-
ty much the same benefits when used,"
she said.


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How to deal with the delicate situation of infidelity


By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer

F you knew your
friend's husband or
boyfriend was cheating
on her with a mutual friend
would you tell her?
Would you be hesitant to break
the news 'to the betrayed friend?
Would your friendship with the oth-
er friend be of any consequence?
Tribune Woman wanted to know
how women felt about love trian-
gles and how they would act in these
complicated situations.
All of the women we spoke to
were very passionate about the top-
ic and said they would not think
twice about telling the betrayed
friend of her boyfriend's or hus-
band's unfaithfulness.
D'Andreia Robinson said she
would tell her friend because that is
what a true friend does.
"I believe that if you are a real
friend yod don't keep secrets. If that
friend can do it to her then that
would mean she can do it to me.
And in this situation conflict is
inevitable because if I tell her she
will be hurt and if I don't tell her'
she will question the friendship we
have," she said.
Ms Robinson said if the tables
were turned and she was the
betrayed one in a love triangle the
only thing she would do is forgive
both parties who wronged her.
"Of course I will be hurt, but
there is nothing prayer can't do. I
will forgive them and convince


myself that if it was meant to be it
would be. I think life is too short to
be fighting and holding malice in
your heart. We are only human and
we will be angry, but there are peo-
ple going through far worse things
than the trivial drama. Be Wise and
move on with life," Ms Robinson
said.
Tenisha Penn told Tribune
Woman that although it might hot be
her place to expose her friend's
cheating partner she still would do it.
"It may not be my business to do
so but if my friend has no idea about
what's going on I would tell her
because I don't think someone
should be made to look like a fool.
And as for the mutual friend (who
cheated with the partner), she would
never be considered a friend. And if
it was me I would want someone to
care enough to tell me instead of
me looking like a fool. Everybody
else knows what's going on except
me."
She added: "The boyfriend needs
to be left alone. Obviously he has
no respect for his girlfriend, it's bad
enough that he cheated, but with a
friend? That's double the hurt. If I
was in a situation like that I would
dump him and tell the friend to kick
rocks."
Reign Clarke*, another Bahamian
woman who spoke to The Tribune,
also felt strongly about love trian-
gles. She described them as "nasty
and disgusting".
"The fact that she (the cheating
friend) did it (means) she is not a
friend and. she should be exposed. I
am not fake. What if the three of us


go out and the bo. friend comes
along and the two of them pretend-
ing like nothing is happening and
I'm standing there and I know about
it, that means I am betraying my
friend's trust. I am just as bad as her.
"Some people would say that it is
not their business, but the point is we
are all mutual friends, how could
you allow your friend to hurt that
way. I don't care if the other girl is
not my friend anymore, as far as 1


am concerned she wasn't our friend
in the first place.
"How could a man look in your
face every day and be sleeping with
your friend - can someone say STD,
because if she is doing that with him
the chances are seven out of 10 she is
sleeping with other people. Friends
would never hurt you that way." Ms
Clarke said.

(' Name has been changed)


"How could

a man look

in your face

every day

and be

sleeping

with your

friend."
- Reign Clarke*


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Devoted love


GETTING a group of people to
come together in agreement on any
one subject is hard enough, but ask-
ing them to define "devoted love"
somehow seems to unify them.
Romantic love and devotion
appear to walk hand-in-hand.
It is the ultimate love, the pure
love and the one that many of us
struggle with on a daily basis.
If we all enter this world in the
same way, then what makes one per-
son more generous than another?.
Could we really take it back to
genetics? Surely, it is all to do with
the hand we are dealt and how we
emerge from life's tough knocks.
Our early "love role models" are
of course our parents and extended
family. How they demonstrate love
to everyone around,them will lay
deep roots within our heart and
mind.
We interpret body language, the
spoken word and mirror our own
behaviour. What better compliment
is there for a parent or a child to be
told they resemble each other?
Interestingly, forgotten manner-
isms may pop up in other genera-
tions and remind us of loved ones
we have lost. Qualities that then
refute the argument that it is all
learnt behavior.
Few would argue that long com-
mitted marriages demonstrate devot-
ed love. Remaining together through.
thick and thin, and honouring "until
death do you part" is without a
doubt extremely commendable.
Coming to terms with early unre-
alistic expectations and human
imperfection can throw many mat-
riages off course. But is devotion
really just commitment?
How many people could unequiv-
ocally say that they show devoted
love to their partners? Selflessly giv-
ing in thought, feeling and deed. For-
saking your own wants and needs to
bring them peace and contentment.


Not in fear of repercussion or a
sense of duty, but freely and willing-
ly.
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Is this only possible if the other
person is worthy of such love?
Would it be able to flourish if it is
not well received and appreciated?

developed.
You adore them completely and
channel your every thought and
action towards them.percussionora
You feel it when they tripand fall;
yet we are able to quickly rebound
and celebrate their successes.
You cherish wortheir very being, and
live life solely to make them happy.
When love is planted so carefully
it flourishes and grows.e of feelings
The old adage "the more we give,
the more we receive" works for
many.
In a healthy working partnership
we are conscientious students and
quickly surpass original expectations.
Life has a way of coming fuld facircle
and grown childreir discover, per-
haps for the first time, the rewarding
satisfaction of taking care of their
aging parents.
Viewing it as a reward then turns
our thinking towards a delight
instead of a chore.
Showing our children our opti-
mistic attitude can only help when it
comes to our time for additional
help.
How we face illness in others tells
not only of our love for them but
how important we place their love
how important we place their love


for us.
Possibly one of the most hum-
bling acts of devotion of all is the
gift of life. To be able to look
beyond our tunnel vision and see
everything and everyone in a new .
light of possibilities.
Even if we have very little to
give monetarily or have limited
free time, blood donation removes
all excuses.
The Good Samaritan is within
all of us, and the ability to pass on
a charitable act does not go by
unnoticed.
Only when we have lived with
the death of a loved one or the
impending end of life do we under-
stand the need to cling on and
savour every minute.
What we have taken for granted
now becomes precious.
Educating ourselves and mak-
ing our families aware of our per-
sonal feelings towards organ dona-
tion should be added to life's pri-
orities.
The beautiful act of giving life
when one has ended can only
accentuate the continuum of life.
We 'can start a life of devoted
love at any time in our lives. It may
require some introspection or some
relationship changes, but either
way the power is inside all of us.
-To be able to give and receive
love fully is an attitude and it
begins within each of us.

* Maggie Bain is an individual and
couples relationship therapist. She is a
registered nurse and a certified clinical
sex therapist.
Listen to 'Love on the Rock' with
Maggie Bain every Thursday 5pm-6pm
on Island FM 102.9.
For appointments call 364-7230, e-
mail relatebahamas@yahoo.com or
visit
www.relatebahamas.blogspot com.


Dealing with


mental illness


in the Bahamas


LIKE it or not, in the Bahamas
there are citizens who have men-
" fal disorders. Some may be on the
streets not taking their medica-
tions, while there are some who
have not been diagnosed and are
therefore not receiving treatment.
' This was the introduction of the
presentation given by senior nurs-
ing officer Betty Frazer of the
Sandflands.Rehabilitation Centre
. to senior officers of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force.
However, Ms Frazer said that
the positive side is tiat there are
:' btirs receiving effective treat-
.mett, functioning and making a
contribution to society, while liv-
ing in society.
Ms Frazer is the coordinator of
the Psychiatric Nursing Pro-
gramme and th6 supervisor of the
Continuing Nursing Education
Unit at the Sandilands Rehabili-
tation Centre with 20 plus years of
nursing experience.
Addressing the police officers,
Ms Frazer said that unfortunately
there are those persons in the
Bahamas who are sufficiently well,
but due to manylactors, continue
to reside in the Sandilands Reha-
bilitation Centre as well.as half-
way houses.
- She said tht. miny police offi-
1 cers as part of their job may come
in contact with a mentally lindi-
vidual. Many may not feel com-
fortable handling mentally ill citi-
zens as opposed to a criminal sus-
' pect because the criminal, they
believe, are often more pre-
dictable and more clearly respon-
sible for their behaviour than'the
mentally challenged.
There also remains the fact that
the mentally ill are socially stig-
matised by the mere fact that
many people believe "that all
mentally persons are violent", she
said.
Ms Frazer said that this is one
of the more prevalent and unre-
lenting myths about mental ill-
ness.
"The truth is that, in general,
mentally ill citizens are far more
likely to be the victims of violence
than its perpetrators," she said.
Ms Frazer then asked and
answered several questions after
pointing out that surveys show
that officers tend to view mental-
ly ill subjects as more dangerous
and less in control of their actions
than other citizens.
Answering the question if peo-
ple with metal illnesses are more
' ely n others to engage in vio-
lent behaviodr,-M^ Frazer said
* ', that while the mere presence of a
- psychiatric disorder does not nec-
essarily increase a citizen's risk of
violence, the risk is highest for
persons diagnosed with schizo-


phrenia, mania, and those who
abuse drugs like marijuana.
cocaine Or alcohol.
Ms Ffaif'te -aso gave brief
overview of psychiatric illnesses
are 'associated with violence:
* Schizophrenia, a mental dis-
order that makes it difficult to tell
the difference between real and
unreal experiences.
* Bi-polar disorder, a mood dis-
order that causes radical emo-
tional changes and mood swings,
from manic highs to depressive
lows.

Aside from schizophrenic sub-
jects, alcohol- and drug-intoxica-
tion disturbances comprise the
bulk of potentially violent men-
tal disorder-related police patrol
interactions. Ms Frazer said.
In fact, the two diagnoses fre-
quently overlap, as many mental-
ly disturbed individuals are also
abusing substances at any given
time, she said.
Ms Frazer said that officers who
encounter an irrational person
creating a disturbance have three
choices: Transport that person to
a mental health facility or Acci-
dent and Emergency, arrest the
person, or resolve the matter
informally.
The single most important skill
in dealing with the mentally ill is
the ability to communicate, Ms
Frazer said.
There are police officers and
members of the public, she said,
that believe that being the hard-
nosed command-type is correct
for all situations.
FBI studies have shown that an
officer who lets his or her guard
down and appears "weak" is more
likely to get injured or killed.
Despite these results, it is further
recognized that taking the hard-
nosed approach when dealing
with a mental rises tend to back-
fire.
Unless an officer intends to
either ignore or arrest every citi-
zen he or she comes in contact
with on the street, communica-
tion skills are vital for both solving
mundane problems and defusing
potentially explosive crises, she
said.
Verbal communications skills
are crucial for success in virtually
every aspect of patrol policing
efforts.
Those crisis situations that begin
as hot calls can be more effective-
ly de-escalated by officers who
possess good verbal skills, poten-
tially eliminating the need for
physical force, restraint, and
arrest.
Again, less risk of injury to offi-
cer or citizen and less paperwork,
Ms Frazer said. '


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I WOMAN


Yellow poinciana


PELTOPHORUM is commonly called
Yellow Poinciana...


ATHENEVER we
come across some-
thing new the ini-
tial response is to liken it
to something we already
know.
The pineapple, for instance, was so
named when first encountered in the
Caribbean by Europeans because of
its pine cone-like shape and apple-
like flavour.
There are many tropical fruits
called plums and cherries.
Many of these would have been
named initiallyby Europeans with
larger drupes being called plums and
smaller ones cherries, often with the
name of the place they were discov-
ered - Surinam, Barbados, etc.
If a European tourist in the
Bahamas were to order stewed turbot
he would be surprised for two rea-
sons: The gravy-like matrix, and the
completely different fish from what he
expected.
When it comes to plants there are
many common names that are com-
pletely misleading.
One of the prime examples is yel-
low poinciana, taken by most people
to mean Peltophorum, and by others
to mean a yellow flowering version
of Delonix regia, royal poinciana.
Peltophorum pterocarpum is a dis-
tant relative of royal poinciana but is
so different that one wonders how on
earth the name stuck. There is no way
Peltophorum could be confused with
royal poinciana, even on the most cur-
sory of glances.
Both have pinnate compound
leaves but those of Peltophorum are,
significantly larger and more rounded.
The flowers of Peltophorum are
held well above the foliage in pani-
cles while royal poinciana flowers


... BUT the real Poinciana looks very different.


are produced along the length of
branches.
Peltophorum flowers are much
smaller than those of royal poinciana.
Peltophorum grows very upright
while royal poinciana has a distinct
spreading habit.
This upright form has made Pel-
tophorum a very popular avenue tree
and it is used to very good effect in
the parking lot of New Visions, a
church in Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
Although the flowers eventually
drop, the leaves remain year-round
and the tree is therefore nowhere
near as messy as its distant relative.
Peltophorum is at its showiest best
during August and September. When
the flowers drop the show is not over
because they are replaced by attrac-
tive coppery four-inch long seedpods.
The pods eventually darken and


that is a clear sign that summer is
over and autumn is setting in.
If you want to grow Peltophorum
in yoUr own yard and do not have
acres of parkland it would be wise
to plant it towards the edge of the
property.
One characteristic Peltophorum
shares with royal poinciana is an
aggressive root system that can total-
ly undo the foundations of small
structures.
Peltophorum originated in Sri Lan-
ka/Malaysia/North Australia and can
now be found in most tropical and
subtropical areas of the world. It
grows well in just about any kind of.
soil but is not very salt tolerant.
I visited three Cuban cities in July
and Peltophorum was by far the most
predominant avenue tree.
As might be expected, the trees


were a little further along and many
were bearing copper pods.
You will notice that in this article I
quickly moved from the common
name yellow poinciana to the scien-
tific name Peltophorum ptero-
carpum.
This binomial nomenclature was
developed by a Swedish naturalist,
Carolus Linnaeus, who worked out
taxonomic tables for animals, veg-
etables and minerals, published in
1735.
Whenever there could be confu-
sion over the identification of a cer-
tain plant it is wise to use-the scien-
tific name.


(For more information or questions
please e-mail gardenerjack @coral-
wave.com)


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.BBF #946
1998 Nissan Maxima,
Bergundy exterior, grey interior, clean in and
out, asking $3,500 ONO, ph# 465-8630, Owner
leaving island,
ph# 326-5267 / 556-6499













BBF # 944
2002 FORD EXPLORER SPORT
asking $8,000 ONO,
ph# 376-6967 / 323-5538 / 557-3567


)BF #850
2005 NISSAN MAXIMA,
leather interior, bose music system, low miles,
owner leaving island, great buy, aski
ng 111,500 OBO,
ph# 525-7278


2004 DODGE DURANGO,
blue with grey interior, fully loaded, 6 CD in
dash, CD player, sunroof, factory DVD player,
3rd row seating, asking $14,500 ONO,
ph# 466-8036


1996 ACCORD 2.7L V6,
Leather int. sunroof, 4dr, 17" rims tan int and
ext. cold air intake, grounding kit,
$2800 O.N.O.,
ph# 4256978 / 3612473


2003 NISSAN ALTIMA,
leather, AC, DVD, power everything,
Asking $5,500 ONO, as is.
ph# 468-3297


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BBF #851
2003 INFINITI 135,
power windows, seats, door, trunk, sunroof,
black leather interior, mahogany wood all
through, remote start, and pioneer sound sys-
tem, AC, Alarm, in excellent condition, asking
$8,500 price negotiable,
ph# 465-4245 / 361-5253


1998 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
pearl, good condition, leather interior, power
everything, DVD screen, clean,
asking $3,000 ONO,
ph# 434-0758


2002 CHEVY ASTRO VAN,
ASKING $7,000,
ALSO 2003 FORD TAURUS,
asking $7,000,
ph# 356-5796


2000 MITSUBISHI MONTERO SPORT,
Factory Alarm System, CD and DVD player,
AC, power windows and locks and mirrors,
limited edition, leather interior, fold down seats,
sunroof, 3.0 engine size, asking $4,000,
pH# 454-9150 / 323-5750


BBF #885
2003 FORD EXPLORER,
just in from foreign, green, AC, CD player, im-
maculate condition, asking $7,500 OBO,
ph# 565-4472


BBF #836
1999 BMW 318 TI COUPE,
recently serviced, fully loaded, black leather in-
tenor, AC, power windows, air bag, power
steering, sun roof, power locks, Automatic
transmission, CD & DVD included, asking
$6.500,
ph# 636-4861


3.2 2001 Akura CL,
fully loaded, 2-door, excellent condition,
asking $7,500,
ph# 454-6557 / 425-4095


2001 HONDA CIVIC,
2 door, black exterior, black interior, excellent
condition, AC, Automatic, asking $6,000,
ph# 466-8461


1998 HONDA ACCORD,
white, head lights, tan leather seats, AC, CD
player, 18" low profile rims and original factory
rims, custom rear view lights, body kit,
asking $5,000, ph# 565-8799 / 426-4398


1998 FORD EXPLORER,
excellent condition, CD player, AC, power
windows, good condition, serious inquiries
only, asking $3,000, ph# 448-7521


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3BF #894
2003 HONDA CIVIC EX.
good condition, sunroof, AC, P/N, CD player,
Remote entry, Factory Alloy Wheels,
ph# 422-3150


BBF #903
2007 GRAND CHEROKEE,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
Bank financing assistance available, asking
$19,500 ONO,
ph# 426-4565


BBF #930 *
2001 FORD WINSTAR,
AM/FM, CD, Tape, DVD player, 6 Cylender,
AC, asking $7,5000, ph# 454-9150


TOYOTA ARISTO FOR SALE
1500 O.N.O,
Call or text 426-7543


BBF #904
2002 JEEP CHEROKEE,
53,000 miles, clean title, AC, CD player, excel-
lent condition, recently serviced,
asking $9,000,
Ph# 456-1419 / 325-3403


2000 FORD EXPLORER,
AC, Runs good, serviced on time, CD player,.
good condition, ph# 432-2083 / 364-5458


BBF q939
2009 Honda Accord special edition,
clean title, call for price, 2002 Chevy Silverado,
extended Cab, Flair side, serious inquires only,
ph# 376-8600 / 324-6356



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2001 Nissan Maxima,
leather interior, clean in and out,
asking $6,500 ONO,
Also 2002 Ford Taurus asking $4,500 ONO,
ph# 636-4861


BBF 4901
2000 HONDA ACCORD,
18" rims, runs well, must see to appreciate,
asking $7,000 ONO,
ph# 454-2213 / 326-4110


2009 HONDA ACCORD, V6,
Fully loaded, sunroof, leather, power, 6 disc
changer, 22" chrome rims, clean title, asking
$33,000, ph# 423-6549 / 322-1248


2004 NISSAN MAXIMA SL,
6 CD changer, leather interior, sunroof, HID
lights, low mileage, call for price,
ph# 552-9889


BBF #932
2000 dodge neon,
clean interior, good condition, 4 cylinder, good
on gas, asking $1,800,
ph# 425-0369,/ 323-4870 /35-91,815
"6 Disc CD changer, Dual climate control, for
'03-'07 Honda Accord, asking $350.00 O.B.O.














BBF #937
2010 Nissan Maxima,
Hotess thing in any parking lot, clean title, low
mileage, asking $32,000,
ph# 323-7405 / 466-5925


BBF #938
2004 Honda Accord,
42,000 miles, AC, DVD player, clean in & out,
asking $10,300 OBO, also 2003 G35 coupe
custom front bumper, asking $600 OBO,
ph# 558-0184 / 392-1451


BBF #943
2002 BUICK CENTURY
Brown, 4 door, AC, CD player and tape player,
asking $5,200 ONO, Also 2004 Pontiac grand
Am, Silver 4 door, AC, CD player, asking
$5,800 ONO,
ph# 324-7266 / 424-5354 1








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FOR SALE -
1999 BLUE FORD EXPEDITION
$5000 OR BEST OFFER
CONTACT 361-2120


BBF #949
2000 F-150,
AC, CD player, burgundy, 20" rims, asking
$10,000 ONO,
ph# 457-4351 / 327-6632


1996 HONDA ACCORD,
AC, good condition, alarm, asking $4,000,
ph# 466-0877













1998 NISSAN MAXIMA


leaving island,*
ph# 326-5267 / 556-6499


1996 HONDA ACCORD
, AC, good condition, alarm, asking $10,000,
ph# 466-0877


2001 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
DVD player, HID head lights, sound system,
best offer wins, ph# 423-2812


2005 GMC ENVOY
Runs great, fully loaded, 6 CD changerleather
interior. Was hit on driver side in 2008
but repaired. Call 341-3546. Only persons with
cash in hand and serious enquiries call.
Make offer over. $8500.00







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TRIB #375
2003 JEEP LIBERTY LIMITED
4dr 3.7L V-6, AC, AM/FM CD Player, Cloth In-
terior, Like New. Asking $11,000 o.n.o.,
Serious inquiries only. contact 242-392-4805,
242-552-5757
or 242-727-9644









TRIB #381
2006 FORD EXPEDITION LIMITED
Black exterior. Tan leather interior
2nd row bucket seats, 3rd row seating
Mileage - 42,000. Asking $31, 500.00
Showing by appointment
Serious offers only
Contact: Thea Glinton
Phone: 242-327-3540
Email: Theaglinton@hotmail.com


2002 HONDA CIVIC
4 door, automatic, RHD, gold exterior,
grey/leather interior, AC,power everything,
12 disc CD player, tinted rims, keyless entry,
alarm, NMC maintained, excellent condition,
sparkling clean, 100000kms.
Asking $6900.00. 465-2169
please leave message.


TRIB #420
1994 CHEVY ASTRO VAN
Blue exterior with blue & grey interior.
$2800.00 ono
Running in good condition.
Serious back for load.
Cell 467-2269












TRIB #421
1994 TOYOTA STARLET GT TURBO
Black exterior, dark grey interior. 5 speed, cold
AC, custom wheels, power everything, own a
turbo charged car for cheap. $2800.00 ono
2002 DODGE RAM PICK-UP
5 speed, 5.21, clean, low miles.
$11,500,ono. 376-9126


TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2010, PAGE 5


1998 HONDA PRELUDE
Silver exlerior,black interior,
aulo Inpironic shin,
H22 viec engine, low miles, cold
Ac, very clean
$4700
96 PRELUDE
r 9..:% 5 speed H22 viec engine
equally clean with
all options Sacrafice for $4.400
376-9126









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2000 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
Grey exterior with grey interior, AC, alarm, CD,
P.W, P.L. As is. $4,500.00
Call 422-2255.


FRIB #439
2003 HONDA INSPIRE
Black exterior with grey interior Just in, loaded
with T.V. $9,800.00 -�
Also 2001 HQNDA INSPIRE. $7,500.00
loaded with TV. For other vehicles
Call 341;-2096 cell 427-3505


1996 HONDA INSPIRE
Black exterior with grey inferior
$4,500.00 ono
Great condition, CD player, alarm, low
mileage, runs smooth
Call 362-2165 cell 357-8183


40 ANNIVERSARY
2004 FORD MUSTANG
Silver exterior with cloth(grey)interior
music system, alarm, keyless entry, cold Ac.
Recently serviced. Owner going off to school.
$10,500.00 ono
Cell 424-6219


3 #664
2007 FORD F-150
White exterior, grey interior, clean title,
automatic, fully loaded alarm,
Must go. $18,000.00 obo
Phone: 361-5467, 477-3125, 535-9335


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2009 HONDA ACCORD
Just in! comprehensive insurance ready, like
brand new, maroone exterior/tan interior, 4
door, 4 cylinder, automatic, very low miles,
loaded, asking $28,000 ono
Must see to appreciate.
Phone 466-2059,636-9945,432-3378


2008 HONDA ACCORD
Rose red exterior, with tan/cloth interior, 4 door,
under 9k miles, one owner. Bank financing
available, cash price neg $26,000.00
Car appraised for $33,000.0
Tel" 556-1059


TRIB #665
2001 CHEVROLET TAHOE
Clover Green Interior, three dvd toich screens,
sound system, sitting on 24",brantl new tires,
tan leather seats, good condition, cold a/c and
crystal back lights, $14,000 with everything,
$12,000, without dvd's and sound system.
646-3676,423-3991,393-4b66


TRIB #460
2004 HONDA CRV
Excellent condition, AC, power windows, auto
lock, alarm, 6 disc CD changer. Just serviced
@ Nassau Motors. 94,000 miles
$15,000.00 ono
Cell 455-3175


2006 MERCURY MONTAINEER
Off white exterior with/leather interior,, top of
the line in this class. The jeep is in very good
condition (new) good title
Price $16,000.00 to view.
Call 326-3001 or 424-0636


2004 LINCOLN LS SEDAN
Black exterior, black leather interior,
power window, seats, sunroof, 6 disc changer,
a/c, low miles, no reasonable offer refused.
$8,500 o.b.o.
Phone 426-4426 or 455-2026


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1999 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with silver/leather interior
Limited Edition, 3.0 v6-v tech with distributor,
Pioneer CD player, AC, automatic everything
with sunroof. Asking $6,500.00 ono
Call 394-1009 or 434-2523


THIB #464
2004 CHEVY SILVERADO 3500 DIESEL
Dark grey exterior with grey interior
Call 425-5938


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2001 HONDA CIVIC
Purple exterior, tan interior, AC, CD player,
P $4000.00 obo
Phone: 324-1901 or 431-9814 or 454-9345
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2000 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
White exterior'with tab interior
$5,000.00 ono
Very clean. Must see
Call 394-4187 or 565-0944
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2001 FORD F-250
Bumt orange exterior, brown interior, super
duty, 4 door crew cab, automatic, v8 engine,
extra long bed, trailer hitch, low miles, a/c,
power windows, great work truck. $9,500 obo
Phone: 426-4426 or 455-2026













RIB #677
CAR FOR SALE:
1995 HONDA ASCOT,
Japanese made, right hand drive, 4 door, auto-
matic windows. $3500
- .C.L357-3295 or work 302-4303 i
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TRIB #502
2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
Green exterior, Power everything, MP3 and
MP4 player, recently service, Vehicle running
excellent. Owner leaving island.
Asking $12, 000 negotiable
Call 392-3106 or 376-9954


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2002 PONTIAC (SUNFIRE)
New tyres, excellent condition, smooth running
& ice cold Ac. Must see to appreciate.
$3,000.00.00
Call 324-080 4 or 432-3755


TRIB #718
2006 DODGE RAM
Blue exterior with dark blue interior,
5.7 Hemi, clean in & out, quad flow bed cover,
DVD player, dual flow master exhaust, 22" rims
k&n filter. $18,000.00
Call 458-7808 or 242-367-2558


TUESDAY, AUGUST 17: 2010, PAGE 7


TRIB #734
2005 FORD- FIVE HUNDRED
LIMITED EDITION
Burgundy exterior, tan leather & cherry oak-
wood interior. Immaculate condition, fully
loaded, six disc changer, sunroof, fog light, ice
cold ac, heated seat, keyless codes entry
$12,900.00 ono. 357-7545,432-6682
or 552-4331


TRIB 0749
2005 DODGE MAGNUM
Alabaster white exterior. $17,275.00
Clean title, low miles, DVD navigation, powerful
engine, folging rear 3rd row seats.
Comprehensive insurance 1 year. full tank of
petrol included.
Ph: 376-6063,427-0292


1998 TOYOTA AVALON
IB ;691 Blue with tan interior, cold Ac, runs and shifts
1980 MACK R perfect, RHD, expat owned, well taken care off
White and grey. $10,000.00 obo Motivated seller, no reasonable offer refused.
Owner leaving Island. Truck ready to work $3,500 ono
strong gear box. Only serious inquiries. 2001 DODGE RAM PICK UP
Call 341-6201 or 535-5450 Reg cab, many extras, clean $10,500
376-9126


2002 GMC ENVOY SUV
Red exterior with tan leather interior, fully
loaded, power everything, cool Ac, fold-down
rear seats, on star, surround sound, 6 CD
changer, no dents, no nicks.
Asking $11,800.00 obo
Call 392-6471 or 454-3303


TRIB #753
2003 NISSAN MAXMA
Black exterior with black/leather interior, Ac,
6 disc CD changer, factory rims. Excellent buy.
Price to go. Three thousand, seven hundred.
$3,700.00 ono
Call 324-6435 456-0572 or 636-7339


TRIB #733
1993 TOYOTA HILUX
Navy blue exterior with black & grey interior
with sunroof
$5,500.00 As Is.
Call 324-3781 cell 434-3601

TRIB #754



'" 2001 DODGE CARAVAN
Green exterior, cold AC.
automatic star, new interior.
CD player
$7,500 00 or best offer
Call 326-0087 cell 557-8035


2008 SUZUKI SWIFT
Black exterior with black interior
$16,000.00
Excellent condition, service current like brand
new. Call 393-4697 cell 455-7077 or.
328-3787/8


TRIB #690
1999 FORD EXPLORER XLS
White exterior, grey (cloth w/leather) interior,
one owner, clean title, runs excellent and kept
in excellent condition, serviced ontime, under
62,000 miles, cd player and cold a/c.
$6,800.00.
Phone 456-3542 or 426-2089


TRIB #723
2000 FORD MUSTANG G.T
White & black exterior with beige leather inte-
rior $7,500.00 ono. Very clean, very fast, flow
master, dual exhaust, hedders, sound system,
cold Ac,
Also 650XR TRAIL. $4,500.00
242-426-0376, 556-1751
Ask for philp


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2000 MERCEDES BENZ CLK 200
Dark blue exterior with black/leather interior,
drop low with 18" rims and pioneer carrozzeria
touch screen DVD player with hard drive, well
maintained, excellent condition.
Asking $14,000.00 ono
361-4693 or 455-4093, 357-4533


TRIB #704
2001 HONDA ACCORD
Champagne exterior with tan and brown interior
clean in and out, running, great condition,
5 speed shift. $6,500.00 ono
2010 CRYPTON BLUE SCOOTER, $1,500.00
Call 455-6184


2001 FORD EXPEDITION
Green exterior with tan/leather interior
Eddie Baurer. Power locks windows & door,
AC, 6 disc, CD player, tv, factory rins,
Good running condition..
Asking $7,200.00 onbo
Call 322-8306, 558-6841, 324-8766


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TRIB #756
2005 NISSAN MAXIMA
Candy mix exterior with black leather interior
Cold AC, CD player, 22" chrome rims, sunroof,
fresh paint job, bring your mechanic.
Smokes from mufflers. $8,200.00
also engine heads and sloch 3.5 only $600.00
Call 324-8347,636-9200,445-5985


1996 NISSAN PRIMERA
Silver exterior .$3,200.00 ono
AC, right hand drive
Call 356-4315 cell 424-4791


TRIB 5909
1996 HONDA LEGEND
Black exterior with black interior, 4 door sedan
$4,200.00 as is
Good condition, AC, power steering
CD changer.
cell 552-3221










TRIB #904
1996 CHEVY LUMINA
$3,800.00.
Good condition.
One owner- dealer serviced
Cal 325-7313 or 323-4952


rRIB #801
2005 HONDA CRV
Silver exterior with black/grey interior, 4 door
4 cylinder, AC, power windows, fully loaded.
C $20,000.00
'Call 394-4578 or 565-2339 or 393-2088


1998 SATURN SC2
Red-hot exterior, like-new body. A/C, pw:
rlealurJn CD playel, full-s zn7 ,.po re i t
s rei c lnditior S,; i W"
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TRIB #810
1999 MAZDA 626
Green exterior with tan interior,
4 door standard shift
$3,500.00
NISSAN SENTRA,

Call 341-3056 or 448-2407 or 429-2537
or 341-2433

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CARTS LIKE NEW
INCLUDES NEW; BODIES, TOP, LIGHT
PKG. BATT. INDICATOR, TIRES, SEATS
SALE PRICE $5995
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TRIB #914
2003 TRAIL BLAZER
Asking $7,500.00 ono. 20" rims, clean in and
out. One owner, AC piping. Must see to
appreciate. Also
2004 HONDA ACCORD
White, leather, sunroof & alarm
Asking $10,000.00 ono
(d)326-1887, 364-4454(n) 454-4172,428-3713





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TRIB #937
203 LINCOLN AVIATOR
\AWhite exterior with ueige /tan exterior;


TRIB #804
2005 HONDA ACCORD
Dark grey exterior with grey & black interior
$10,000.00 obo
Low mileage, minor scratches, Less than one
year old.
Call 677-4495 cell 425-4198 or 305-424-1329


1996 PONTIAC GRAND AM
Black exterior with beige interior,
3.1 litre engine, dual exhaut. Power everything,
AC. Call 325-5060


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2004 FORD TAURUS
White exterior, brown interior, runs great, a/c,
cd, low miles, just in from U.S.A. Must sell.
$6,800 O.B.O Also 1999 NISSAN MAXIMA.
Asking $4,300 O.N.0, leather cd, a/c, sunroof.
Phone: 364-0639 or 449-6254


I HIBt #921
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
White exterior, tan iriteror, fully loaded like new,
s/r, a/c, cd, leather, spoiler $8,000 O.N.O
ALSO 1999 HONDA ACCORD, a/c, cd, tape,
sound system, $6,000. Phone: 364-3691 or
557-1205


95 MAZDA PROTEGEE SALOON
Blue ext, grey int Sedan.
$1,100 ono.
Tel 327-5824, 364-6427,


rRIB 8918
2001 NISSAN ALTIMA
Blue exterior, grey interior, leather seats, factory rims,
sunroof, AC, power everything, good with gas,
excellent condition. Asking $5,700.00 ono
467-4446,426-8468,326-4037
2002 DODGE CARAVAN Gold exterior, tan interior
leather seats, tan interior, power everything,
$6,800.00
467-4446 or 326-4037


2002 KIA SODONA VAN
Green exterior with beige interior, 7 seaters,
AC, sunroof, power everything, fully loaded, CD
player, low miles.
Excellent condition.
$3,9500.00 ono
Call 323-1805, 544-0523,
328-0864













TRIB 1927
1999 DODGE CARAVAN
Green exterior with grey interior
$3,500.00
Call anytime between 8: am-8:00pm
364-4236 or 468-8542


TRIB #930
2005 MERCEDES BENZ E320
Black ext, light beige int. 1000 mileage.
Perfect condition, like new. Asking $35,000.
Call 424-0277.


1999 FORD EXPLORER
Phone: 556-5602
asturrup@customfoundation.org


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TRIB #94B
1996 TOYOTA MARK II/CRESTA
Pearl exterior, good condition, 10 disc cd
player, ac,ps,pw, $2700.00 O.B.O.
Phone: 361-3201, 449-9882 or 436-2289


FRIB t950-F
2003 SUZUKI BALENO
priced right for only 3500.00 call 325-0881 for
more details


2000 HONDA ACCORD EX
Black exterior with grey interior.
Just in from US. $6,000.0 ono
V6, leather.seats, sunroof, factory CD. player,
power everything, halo lights, 2 door, very
clean. Must see.
Call 341-2000 or 525-6553


2002 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with grey/leather interior
4 door, sunrof, CD player AC working,
good condition. $6,000.00 ono
Call 341-1896 or 454-6703


1999 ISUZI NPR DIESEL BOX TRUCK
AUTO WITH REEFER COOLER AND LIFT
TAIL GATE LIENCE READY TO WORK
asking $16,500,00 ONO, ALSO 1995 ISUZI
NPR BOX TRUCK asking $10,000,
TEL 397-1464 OR CELL 457-2298.


2004 HONDA CR-V
Silver exterior, tan interior. $15,000.00 obo
Just in comprehensive insurance, 2.8 engine,
4 cylinder, AC, power windows, sound system,
20" rims or the original rims.
Serious offers, fully loaded.
call 323-1305,544-0523,425-1790 Daniel


2005 MERCEDES BENZ
Black exterior, light beig interior, low mileage.
PErfect condition, like new. Asking $35,000.
Call 424-0277


TRIB a932
1997 NISSAN CAFIRS
Black ext grey/black int. good condition, alarm,
4 door air condition, fully loaded, must go,
owner leaving. $3,000.00 ONO-
361-3667, 456-2808.


rRIB #919
2007 JEEP CHEROKEE LAREDO
Black exterior, grey interior, 48k miles,
clean title, auto in excellent condition, must see
to appreciate. $21,500 ono
Contact: 468-8009


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TOYOTA WINDOM
Green exterior with grey interior. Runs well
One owner. Need some body work.
$2,400.00 ono
Call 431-1144


5 #968
CAR FOR SALE
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
2 Door Black Ext & Int. Sport GT Rims
Perfect condition, low miles. $6,000
Telephone: 361-5177 &
361-5220 ext 239 or 241


1997 NISSAN BLUEBIRD
White exterior, grey interior.
$2,200 negotiable.
Phone: 556-6317 or 556-6317


1997 ISUZU RODEO SUV
Dark green exterior with grey interior
$3,000.00
Cell 376-1232


1998-04 NISSAN AD WAGONS
from 1800.00 and up call 325-0881


TRIB #952
1996 CRV HONDA JEEP
Green exterior with light grey interior
$5,500.00
Radio tape player, AC. In good condition
Call 392-5950 cell 456-5756


1999 MITSUBISHI GALANT
Black exterior, grey interior, in good condition
and drives well, power windows, everything
work . Price negotiable. $4,000. Phone:
362-6502, 378-3837 or 448-9139


2008 TOYOTA TACOMA
Black exterior, grey interior
: $12,900.00
CD, AM/FM Radio, 5 speed, mint condition
chrome rims .
Call 427-7095


2001 IZUSU RODEO JEEP
Black exterior, beige interior
$5,000.00 OBO
clean title, good condition.
Call 361-2666 or 376-9166


1999 CHEVY CAVALIER
priced right for only 25.00 call 325-0881 for
more details


2002-3 FORD FOCUS'S
priced at 2500 each call 325-0881
for more de-tails


2003 NISSAN SENTRA
Super saloon. White exterior, grey interior
Fully loaded $7,000.00 obo
Also
2001 Taurus for Sale. $6,500.00
Clean title. Excellent condition
Cell 455-0507


2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
priced right for only 3500.00 firm
call 325-0881
for more details


TRIB #976
2003 HONDA ACCORD
Blue exterior with tan/leather interior
2 door, stick shift, 4 cylinder, gas saver,
20" rims, very clean, runs great,leather,
6 CD player, sunroof, price $8,500.00
cell 557-5484 or 552-3329


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2005 HONDA ACCORD LX
Silver exterior with black interior $11,500 00
power windows, keyless entry, alarm, v4 engine
very, good on gaslow mileage,
Excellent condition.
Call 556-3799









TRIB #962
HONDA CIVIC FERIO
97, Anniversay Edition with Honda Multimatic
Engine. AW, PS, PW, PM. New CD player,
New Tires, Accident free, central locking,
Single owner.
"REVERSE GEAR TO BE FIXED".
Price $ 2700.00 ONO.
Serious inquiries only.Kindly contact 393-5595


TRIB #966 -
1996 NISSAN PRIMERA
Black exterior, grey interior, 4 door, in good
running condition.
$3,900 O.B.O
Phone: 324-2040 or 465-3882


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TRIB 969
1996 FORD RANGER XLT
Standard shift, runs great
$4,500.00 ono
Call 393-7441












TRIB #960
1996 HONDA CIVIC
Green exterior, grey interior, 2 door, stick shift
Car in good condition, low rider, sunroof.
AC, CD player.
Call 361-3898 or 468-3248


TRIB #978
2007 HONDA ACCORD
grey exterior with lan leather interior
$16,000 00 ono
Fully loaded. v6 engine, needed seats, sunroof
touch screen xm radio, low mileage, 6 CD
changer, wood grain. Seroius inquiries only.
Call 436-5379 cell 454-6303


1997 KIA CLARUS
Grey exterior with grey interior.
$1.800.00 ono
four door sedan, 1.8 engine..
One owner, fair condition.
Call 302-3912 cell 558-2974 or 361-7454(eve)


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1996 HONDA LEGEND
Black exterior. black interior, everything power,
leather seats, sun roof, headed seats, molion
sensors, a/c cd player wood grain.
$5,000 O.N.O.
Phone: 455-2910


2002 NISSAN MAXIMA
Silver exterior, grey interior, power
everything,
A,L, factory player, just serviced, under
100,00
miles, clean title. $5,800 Q.N.O
Phone: 432-6262


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Vniie exieri.:,r with cnesinut
brown lealher
inlcr.-.r
$5.800 00 ':nr'
Runs. AC :co'ia lacior, tris'
Great condilion
Call 395-5457
cell 544-8326 or 432-5247


TRIB 922
2004 HONDA COUPE
Green exterior With black interior leather inte-
rior, 6 disc changer, HID lights, sunroof, power
everything,
Asking $11,000.00 ono
Call 376-9079 or 394-3918 after 5





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2004 YAMAHA FX 110 WAVERUNNER
with trailer, cover and 3 life vests, asking
v'i


I RIB #102
Hatteras 45' 1973, DUTY PAID,
$50,000 as is, needs generator and forward
clutch on one engine. In Treasure Cay, Abaco.
S "Contatt hatteras4sale @att.net,
1I 56"1-228-1424 or 242-365-8057. I


21'ANSWER HULL ONLY
all the hard work has been dpne stringers,
transom etc. this would make a great dive boat
$1800.00 call 325-1517










"RIB #710
1974 36FT SPORT FISHERMAN BOAT
Yellow and white, 2-3208 caterpillar 1-8.8 onon
generator, 100 gal water maker, AC, New fly
fridge, VHF, GPS out riggers, new fuel tanks
in great shape. Bait box and fishing chair.
$60,000.00
call 336-2353 cell 357-0390 *


17' BOSTON WHALER
I a qhp, mercury tiller steering, fuel
railer great work boat $3500.00


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RIB #750
1990 17 BOSTON WALER MONTARK
White on white, 90hp mercury engine
(low hours) trailer included, willing to sell boat
hull only.
$6800.00 ono
Cell 422-9343 or 456-5165


2005 16' SPORT BOAT
green. ($4,000.00)
Fearly new
Call 327-8271 or 465-4287 or 357-4214


31 FOOT CENTER CONSOLE MONZA BOAT
FOR SALE,
Twin 225"engine out riggers, ready for fishing
Call 327-0985 or 357-5537


A 1963 37 FT EGG HARBOR
(Real size 40ft) boat builders (North Carolina)
2 twin detroit diesel engines, 8.2 liters,
Cruising speed 9 knots, new electronics
(GPS,VHS, depth finders) New hyraulic auto
pilot, power 110 and 12V and power inverter
$24,000. 362-4628,424-2344


TRIB #808

2005 HONDA CBR 1000RR
Candy red customized paint,
chromed,
excellent condition, well
maintained, garage
kept, too many extras to mention.
Music see to appreciate.
$5,500.00 ono
Call 465-9101 cell 376-4357
or
393-1850


BBF #887
CRUISERS $200,
20" female bikes $135, 12" bikes $85,
Also Sale on bicycle tires 20" $8, 24" $9,
26" $10
ph# 552-3497 / 448-0012 / 361-7382
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12' MALIBU DINGHY
with a 15hp mercury great little dive boat only
$2500.00
call 394-7633


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TRIB #805
2003 KAWASAKI 636 NINJA
Project bike wrecked 636 ninja
engine
Still good. Ideal if you are looking
for a
bike to build. $500.00
Call 426-6455


IRIB #931


2005 HONDA VX

Black ext. Chrome.

$9500.

Tel 445-0706, 445-706


TRIB #491
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW
'\ Mens 26' 18 speed mountain,
bike grey & blue
$230
Hp mini laptop w/web cam $375
Hp desktop w/18.5" Lcd
monitor $615
pioneer car Cd player
Dehl 200mp w/remote

Call 525-6223






CHROME 22's
With brand Nexen tires 305/40/r22 w/Z
rating,

5.5mm bolt pattern. $1,300.00 ono
F-150 flare side 97-03 A.R.E.
0o fiberglass bed
S -- cover w/carpet. $600.00 ono or get
both for
$1500.00. 395-0183 24/7


1979 2 TWIN FORD LEHMAN DIESEL 43 FT,
new electronics, (radar,GPS,depth finder)
power inverter, 6KW Onan generator, AC unit,
water heater, etc, interior all mahogany and
teak, forward cabin and aft maser bedroom,
$64,0000.
Phone: 362-4628 or 424-2344


FULY EQUIPPED FIBREGLASS FISHING
VESSEL 1990.
55 ft long, ac, two staterooms-4 crews bunks,
power-one 8v71 GM single screw-two rudders
one k4-32.0 kw generator set. Refrigerated
35,000lbs capacity and more.
Serious inquiries call 352-8805.
$225,000 (neg)


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TRIB #438
"TURN KEY READY TO FLY"
A cessna plane (172) p-model
In annual
Price @ $38,000.00
Contact: 465-7618










TRIB #877D
GUARDIAN STANDBY GENERATORS
Convenient, Hands-Free Operation
No fueling. No manual start. No extension
cords. Runs on natural gas or liquid propane -
Clean, Smooth Power
True Power� Technology provides safe
operation of sensitive electronics
Quietest,
Starting @ $2995
394-4823/FAMILYISL.TOLL FREE
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jTRIB #596------------


NBA JERSEY
Authentic just $60
or 2 for $100. We
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Lakers back to back
champs, huge
inventory many to
choose from.
Call 432-2428


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OAKLEY SHADES GASCON
And oil rigs with fire lens. Many colors to
choose from. Just $60.00
Call 432-2428














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3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SET.
sofa. !ove .seat, and arm chair. only S500.
S4-6 ph# 3 2
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B. J.'S BRAND SIZE 3- 5 $39 PER CASE
& WIPES 720 COUNT $29.95
CALL 394 - 7926 FOR DETAILS


TRIB #959B

CLARINET:
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GENERATORS STARTING @ $759
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD.
394-4823 / FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE
242-300-1213.


rRIB #877C
Hurricane Season Special 25% off of U.S.
List Price
Tradewinds & Multiquip
7kW- 1500kW
Perkins & John Deere Engines
Complete Standby Generator Systems
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Computer Linksys Wireless G Router Reces-
sion Special: Includes router; Ethernet Cord;
adapter; 4 port switch; and Wireless G
(802.11 g) Access Point & Push button technol-
ogy. Warranty included. Price $79.99.
Call 323.6315.


BBF #923
Apple Macbook Unibody Sale:
OS X Snow Leopard; iLife; 2 GB RAM; 250 GB
HD; Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD
Burner. 1 Year Warranty. Finance/ LayAway
from $999.99.












BBF #920
IBM Lenovo Laptop:
Webcam; 3GB RAM; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; Windows 7; Anti Virus; 2.1 Ghz; WIFI
1 Year Warranty. Price from $559.99.
Finance/LayAway.'
Call 323.6315.



$19.99







3BF #912
HP 4GB Flash Drive Sale:
Store data; important files, videos, pictures and
take them with you. Works on any laptop or
desktop, just plug and play into any usb port.
Price $19.99. 1 Year warranty.
Call 323.6315




$19.99

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BBF #915
ACER EM 15" Laptop Special:
Win 7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 3GB RAM. 250HD.
Ready. Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty. Finance I
LayAway from $499.99.
Call 323.6315.




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BBF #928
MAGIC JACK VOIP TELEPHONE.
Use your computer and Internet service so you
can make calls to the US and Canada with no
monthly bill 1 Year Warranty included. Price:
$49.99. Call 323-6315


$99.99


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BBF #908
Hp All In One Printer Special: PRINT,
SCAN, COPY & FAX. 1 Black & 1 Color Ink
cartridge included. Power Cord. Windows Ca-
pability. Borderless Photos. 1 Year Warranty.
From $99.99.
Cal 323.6315;


BBF #921
HP COMPAQ COMPLETE DESKTOP
SPECIAL: 3GB RAM; 320 HD; CD/DVD RW;
USB Ports; Windows 7 + More; Anti-Virus;
Speakers included. Finance/LayAway from
$599.99. Call 323.6315.


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BBF #918
Acer Mini Laptop Special:
1GB RAM. 160HD. WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam.
Card Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year War-
ranty. Finance I LayAway from $369.99.
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BBF e911
Norton Antivirus Sale:
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ware. Removes threats, causes no damage.
Scans constantly to stop future attacks. Price -
$29.99. Call 323.6315.


BBF #910
Apple Itunes Gift Card:
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card for $20. $20 card for $25.
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BBF #916
Dell Zino Desktop Special:
2GB RAM; 250 HD; CD/DVD RW; USB Ports;
Win Vista I 7 + More; Anti-Virus; Speakers;
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BBF #917
Gateway Laptop Special:
Webcam; 3GB RAM; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; Windows 7; Anti Virus; 2.2 Ghz; WIFI;
1 Year Warranty. Price from $599.99.
Finance/LayAway. Call 323.6315. 1 month


TRIB #378
TOP LINE COMPUTER FOR SALE,
great deal, 1GB memory, 160 GB hard drive,
with LCD Flat screen monitor,Keyboard &
mouse, DVD/CD Burner with Anti-Virus and Mi-
crosoft Office Suit installed.
Layaway/Financingvailable, only ,$599,0
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Toshiba Laptop 15" Special:
Windows 7; CD/DVD RW; 2.1 GHz ; 2GB
RAM; 250 HD; Card Reader;. WIFI; Anti Virus
Software; 1 Year Warranty. Finance LayAway.
Price $489.99. Call 323.6315.


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ACER EM MINI Laptop:
1GB RAM. 250HD. WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam.
Card Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year War-
ranty. Finance I LayAway from $379.99. Call
323.6315.


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NEW TOSHIBA LAPTOPS
$479.00 250
GB Hard drive, 2GB RAM, Wi-Fi 15" monitor,
windows 7, 1 year warrant, free software, free
antivirus, free installation. Call 364-7854


BBF #906
Computer Webcam + Microphone Sale:5.0
Mega Pixel. Built in microphone, flexible cam-
era. Compatible with Win XP/ Vista/ 7. Just
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BBF #909
Universal La ptop Chargers:
Charger compatible with most pc laptops. Fits
Dell, Acer, Toshiba, HP, Sony, Compaq, Fu-
jitsu, Asus, NEC ad more. 90W with multiple
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Sandisk 4GB Memory Card Sale:
Fast transfer rate for copy/download/backup.
Low battery consumption. Perfect for cameras
+ digital recorders. Price at $19.99. Call
323.6315.

BBF #942

SIBrand New Authentic
Unlocked IPhones
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TRIB #492


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maps, levels and characters.
Call 323.6315


BBF #951
BRAND NEW 32" TV,
$649.99, 42" $899.99,
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XBOX 360
- 2 Games
*/ $299.99

BBF #927
XBOX 360 CONSOLE, WIRELESS CON-
TROLLER + 2 FREE GAMES
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Wifi Cellphones,
$249.99-
$299.99,
Layaway
Available,
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BBF #953
GREAT DEALII,
Blackberry Storm & Blackberry tourll, for sale
for only $400.ooll call now, contact#
465-9370,556-7087,466-0693

--TRIB #955

N-FUSION NEW
PROGRAM
Solaris, Phoenix and
(older model Nova)
Also Sonic 360
S Premier and elite
satellite recleve
available (new) now
watch adult chs and
ppv movies and
Events.
Phone: 426-1437
or
836-3916


NEW MOTOROLA
6088
Dual touch
2gb, mp3, mp4, fm
bluetooth camera
video,
2 movies download
black metallic
12 in stock for $175
Call 341-0460
or
552-9793


BBF #907
HP All In one Printer Special:
Copy, Printer, Scan. 1 Black & 1 Color Ink car-
tridge included. Power Cord. Windows Capabil-
ity. Borderless Photos. 1 Year Warranty. From
$99.99. Call 323.6315;


T TRIB #681


TALKDAT DUAL SIM
PHONE
Mini Iphone.... $140
Mini with tv.... $175
Nano with
Wi-Fi/tv.....$250
2Gb, mp3, mp4, fm
radio, video recorder,
blk, wht,
pnk colors
Tel: 341-0460/552-9793


BRAND NEW
CELLPHONES
Moto Rokr........$170
BlackB. Javelin.$450
BlackB. Bold....$420
LG KS360.......$199
CALL FOR MORE
INFO
364-9001 or 558-32G7


FOR SALE- BRAND
NEW
Motorola EM30
w/camera, MP3, blue.-
tooth & radio $160
LG cookie
touchscreen $170
Blackberry curve
8520 w/WlFi $380
Nokia E63 w/WIFi
$285
Call 525-6223


rRIB #963
BRAND NEW! CAR CD PLAYER
door speakers fbr sale. $45.00
Pioneer DEH/1200MP MP3/ready $150.00
Pioneer DEH/2250 USB/Ipod Mp3 ready
$175.00
JVC kd/210 mp3/ready $135.00
Kenwood kd c/138 $115.00
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FRIB #458


COCATIELS FOR
SALE
Pet stores $80.00
.and up. Your price
$60.00
and down.
Call 364-7897


456
PUPPIES FOR SALE
Scottish, Chihuahua
Male, Female available, very. tiny
1 Female Bichon Frise.
Call 361-3104 or 436-7128


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"RIB n473
TENT FOR SALE
40' x 60' Canvas Tent
(Need minor repairs)
Three years old (must sell) $5,000.00 obo
Great for Chruch activities- large meetings.
community events, etc.
Can seat over 300 comfortably.
Telephone
242-365-0065, 242-365-0007, 242-475-3226


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NEW FRIGIDAIRE
9 Cu Ft Chest
Freezer
Only $425.00
Call 362-6040


TRIB M746
PURE BREED ROTTY PUPPIES FOR SALE
6 female left @ $600.00 each
2 male left @ $500.00ea
Call 392-1107 cell 556-2021 or 302-3948


PURE BREED,
Red nose pitbull for sale de-wormed and first .
shot. Bully blood line. $500.00
Call 324-9597/544-6798. Serious inquiries only


TRIB #807
PITTBULL PUPPIES FOR SALE
.$400.00
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few. Web Ref: 564693. Price: sive gated community with car garae. Selling for $350k Asking $310,000EST LOT. Beach RSE ISLAND
$420,000 24-hr security, tennis courts JUBILEE GARDENS HOME BAHAMIA WEST LOT: any Bech ROSE ISLAND Carmichael Rd. 50x75
SKYLINE DR! Lushly land- pools & a beach. Web Ref: 3 bed 2 bath well maintained 20.775 sq. ft. lot asking OTS: Great lots 13500' beach- $40,000
escaped property features 564651. Price: $2,250 p/m home with automatic stand by $217,000 a steal of a deal as $18000000Eachs Sub corner lot 50 x
5bd/4.5bt home, Italian marble COLUMBUS COVE! Quality generator, tank-less water large lots in the West are a 1100,. E Dorsette Sub. corner lot 50 x
tile floors, French doors, fire- workmanship, luxury features & heater, granite countertops, rare find - don't miss this deal. MULTI FAMILY WEST LAKE
place, 2 guest cottages, heated prime beachfront location, this honey oak cabinets, stainless RENTALS
pool, gazebo & hurricane shut- designer condo overlooks the steel appliances, hurricane im- EAST BAY STREET COM- PLANTATION: 9,100 Sq. Ft. Pine Wood/Bread Fruit St. 50
ters are just a few'features, pool & has spectacular ocean pact windows, well water sys- MERCIALThis 2 story com- Lots starting $200,000.00 x 100 $65,000
Web Ref: 563053. Price: views. 3bd/2bt - a must see! tem, storage shed and land- mercial/office building is com- EACHFRONT LOT OCEAN Royal Palm St. off Mackey St.
$1.95M Web Ref: 564702. Price: escaped yard this home is a praised of 2,698 square feet. CBEA RT LTE -CLUOCEA Roya Palm st. oMacky St
WEST BAY ST! If island living $3,600 p/m steal at $21 k For rent at $24.72 per square LUB ESTATES-EXCLUSIVE: new 2Bedrm Hse.$145,000
with all. the modern conven- THE GROVE! Immaculate SHIRLEY STREEET COM- foot / CAM charge at $4.00 beach in Exclusive' Gated Woods Alley off Marke St
iences and great location close 3bd/2.5bt furnished townhouse MERCIAL BUILDING per square foot. Includes pri- community on Paradise Island. new 2Bedrm2Bth hse.
to all amenities and entertain- located in gated community. Looking for that ideal commer- vate offices, spacious open community on Paradise Island. ne,000 2Bedrm,2Bth, hse.
ment is what you're looking for, Lots of eco-friendly features, cial investment - look no fur- floor plan, his/her bathrooms, $4,990,000.00 $150,000
this is the home for you! Over- overly spacious living room, their with this Commercial parking For 30+ cars, private Yellow Elder corner lot, off Be-
looking a' beautiful mile-long formal dining room flows onto a Plaza ideally located for your entrance and exit gates, secu- JACK ISAACS thelow Ave. 3Brmlbth off e.
beach this special property has wrap-around deck & gazebo. income generating investment rity and generator. REAL ESTATE $110,000
all you expect & more. Call for Electrical shutters on with four shop spaces each YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1 - CALL: 322-1069 $110,000
viewing Web Ref: 563767. windows/doors, central air & with open space floor plan and One bedroom, one bathroom A. Eabth E. lot,
Price' US$2.995M bathrooms to [ant out. The for rent unfurnished $600.00 a info ebahamasproperty.com Elizabeth Est. corner lot.
564708. $4,150 p/rn ground floor unit also has an month
FOR SALE SANDYPORTI experience a office area. The building has YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1-
peaceful & serene Bahamian fixed glass shop fronts that are Two bedroom, one bathroom Stapleton Grd. 2Brm. Api
FREEPORTI 2bd/2.5bt town- lifestyle at this exquisite secure with security bars and for rent unfurnished $750.00 a $150,000
house in gated community with 3bd+/3bt home 'with private the ground floor units have month Centervllle/Hampton St 50 x
swimming pool, sunning deck beach/dock & spectacular controlled entrances with mo- YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1- entervlle/Hampton St. 50 x
& lovely canal views. A fantas- views. Richly detailed living tion sensors. Each shop Townhome style 2 bedroom,
tic buy! Web Ref: 564703. can be yours today Web Ref: space is climate controlled 1.5 bathroom for rent $900.00 McKI
Price: $139,500 564594. Price: $4,200 p/m with central air. $450k a month 2 A McKInnie Dr. opp.Hostel 60 x
PHONE: 323-8000 / PHONE: 323-8000 / W 100 $76,000
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd. Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd. E-MAIL: E-MAIL:
CnPit a242-3960000.- -.Ph: 242-396-0000 BAHAMAS@KINGSRE BAHAMAS@KINGSRE Ask about da recession special
wWw.bah, irtribity.bs www.bahhmarreaIty.bs ALTY.COM ALTY.COM ." 434-2044L









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Offerings by
MATT D. SWEATING
242-677-8257 242-376-6121
VACANT LAND
SOUTH OCEAN Fourplex lots
in community near the billion
dollar Albany and South Ocean
development 65X131 (8,528
sq ft) $119,000.00 Web Ref:
8644
HANNA ROAD (WATERVIEW)
Great duplex lots in the eastern
district and has access to the
water. $87,500.00 Web Ref:
8643
WESTRIDGE Multi-family lots
of 7,500 square feet in a great
community. $130,000.00
HIGH VISTA Single family lot in
great community 11,154 square
feet $159,000.00 Web Ref:
HIGH POINT ESTATES
Off JFK, Gated Triplex Lot,
8,324 SF
$125,000.00. Web Ref: 8665
BLUE HILL SOUTH Duplex lot
sold out subdivision 60x100
$82,000.00 Web Ref: 8636
MULTI-FAMILY BUILDINGS
GOLDEN ISLES TRIPLEX
Well built and well maintained
triplex that is fully rented
$275,000.00. Web Ref: 8661
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT
FOUR-PLEX Have your
tenants pay your mortgage in
this large four-plex
$269,000.00. Web Ref: 8622
CONDOS/TOWNHOUSES
WESTRIDGE CONDOS These
units will absolutely not last
long, these units are fully
furnished and the complex has
a pool, basketball, and tennis
court.
1 bed $110,00.00 web ref:8637
2 bed $186,000.00 #8641
VIZCAYA Brand New
development in north westridge
with spectacular 2 bed units in
a gated community. Property is
a must see $269,900.00 #8521
NASSAU EAST
Prince Charles Drive, 2 bed, 2
bath Shakora condo, 888 SF
$160,000.00. Web Ref: 8336
HOMES
TALL PINES Furnished 3 bed
home with stainless appliances
and .hurricane resistant
windows and air conditioning
throughout. $190,000.00 Web
Ref:8719
RIDGELAND PARK South
New Providence, newly
renovated 3 bed 1 bath home is
an absolute steal and a perfect
starter home $135,000.00.
Web Ref: 8612
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT
Great starter home with 2
bedroorrfs 2 bathrooms
$145,000.00. Web Ref: 8623
WINTON MEADOWS
Charming 4 bed, 3.5 bt family
home on a corner lot. Offered
turnkey and priced to sell!
$349,000. Web Ref: 8662
RENTALS
HAMPSHIRE COURT Fully
fumished 2 bed, 1 bt
townhouse in a. gated complex
In Cable Beach
$2,000/mth. Web Ref: 867iTu :-4<


Lighthouse Realty &
Investments
Telephone:
341-3911/465-8344/426-7587
Rentals
Coral Vista - 2 Condos, Two
storey, 2 Bedrooms 2.5 Baths
stainless ' appliances, with
wood kitchen cabinets granite
countertops, central air,
washer, dryer, microwave, se-
curity alarm system, electric
gate, water, internet and cable
included - $2,000.00 monthly
Cable Beach - 1 Bedroom 1
Bathroom fully fumished Air
Conditioned and Pool -
$900.00 monthly
Condo Westwind - 2 Bed-
rooms 1.5 Baths fridge, stove,
washer and dryer - $1,500.00
monthly
Executive Home Seabreeze
with 3 Bedrooms 3 Baths fully
furnished, with washer and
dryer, central air, security
alarm system, fenced in, land-
scaped- $2,500.00_monthly
Multi-Family Lots
Tropical Gardens 75 x 173 -
$225,000.00 O.N.O
Bacardi Road Triplex lot with a
foundation and approved
plans for three Condos -
$125,000.00
Rivera Subdivision 80 x 100 -
$140,000.00 O.N.O.
Boatswain Hill off Carmi-
chael Road 72 x72 -
$75,000.00
Genesis Gardens off Carmi-
chael Road 6,642 sq ft -
$115,000.00 O.N.O
Genesis Gardens off Carmi-
chael Road 6,697 sq ft -
$115,000.00 O.N.O
Genesis Gardens off Carmi-
chael Road 5,235 sq ft - $
95,000.00 O.N.O
Off Kemp Road 50 x 85 -
$45,000.00 O.N.O
Off Bernard Road 65 x 125
with foundation - $108,000.00
Tropical Gardens 60 x 145 -
$122,000.00
Boatswain Hill lakefront lot
9,000 sq ft - $124,000.00
Cowpen Road 50 x 130 -
$97,000.00
Shrimp Road 60 x 178 -
$139,500.00 O.N.O.
Bacardi Road 87.65 x 100 -
$89,000.00 O.N.O
Plumbago Drive 80 x 125 -
$91,000.00
Off Malcolm Road Duplex Lot
61.89 x 85 - $52,000.00
O.N.O
Unison Road Fourplex Lot 50 x
154 - $122,000.00 O.N.O
Coral Lakes Fourplex Lot 88.93
x 130 on the Lake -
$147,000.00 O.N.O
Hamster Road 50 x 200 -
$152,000.00
Commercial Lots
Marshall Road 5 acres -
$757,000.00
Off Tonique Highway 2 acres
- $585,000.00 or lease @ $.
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GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
OWNER'S LOWER PRICE!
Oceanfront lot 80x90 EVES
Cable Beach. Ready for house
to be built, access to pool and
beach. $276,000 ask for
Ask for RE Bams 327-0806.
Oceanfront townhouse for rent
Compass Point
3 bed, 3 bath, pool, laundry,
unfurnished
$2,200 per month, lease.
Ask for RE Bams 327-0806.







LOT SALE
LOT IN TREASURE COVE
on the waterfront.
Ideal for boaters, beachlovers.
Has 24-hous security patrol in
a desirable, gated community.
Tel 364-4075.

FOR SALE
Property For Sale
Out West. Interested.
Contact: 327-6214

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STAPLETON GRD Irg. 3BDR
2BTH $460,000
WOODS ALY.off Market St.
new 2Brm,2Bth.$150,000
YUMA ESTATES (new pack-
age), 3BRD2.5BTH, $310,000
APARTMENTS / CONDO
Johnson Terrace NEW
1-2brm,lbth. & 1-1brm.lbth
apt. $195,000
TOWN. COURT 2BRM,1BTH.
$160,000
LIGHTBOURN AVE.
2-1BRM,1BTH &
1-2BRM,1BTH. $250,000
STAPELTO GRD. 2brm apt.
a/c, back up gen, I/scape
$150,000

Jones-Dixon Realty @
677-5443 * 434-2044

WESTRIDGE: Duplex Lot,
$109,000 NET. Phone:
327-0172 or 341-7457
FOR SALE
WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot,
$330K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call 457-4185 to view.
KEMP ROAD
PROPERTY FOR SALE
w/2 2-bedroom houses.
Contact Tasha@
322-3301 ext 4101/429-9913.
S9Prlce'1100,00b.


BAHAMAS

THO11PCA


ftEALTI
LOTS
Bellot Rd. Duplex lots
$85,000 with $4,250 deposit.
Good rental area
* Adelaide Duplex & Triplex
lots overlooking Adelaide
Pond. Prices start @ $80,000
with $4,000 down.
' Twynam Heights 80x146
Residential lot. Price reduced
to $160,000 with $8,000 down.
* Kilarney Shores Near to
South Westridge Approxi-
mately 10,000 sq.feet residen-
tial lots starting @ $132,000.
Wayne Wells
Bahamas Tropical Realty
(242) 327-1102
FORA SALE
BERNARD ROAD: 3-bed,
2-bath, fixer upper, 8,000 plus
sq.ft. Lot $160,000
BOATSWAIN HILL, CARMI-
CHAEL: Lots multi,
$65,000-$97.000
OFF FAITH AVE 80x90,
$75,000
FOXDALE: 2-bed, house,
$130,000
FREDDIE MUNNINGS: 3-bed,
2-bath, off Prince Charles,
$217,000
MULTI-FAMILY lot 9,245sq.ft
Cowpen Rd, $94,000,
5045s.qft. Duplex $65,000
CARMICHAEL: Mult lots, Ge-
neva Brass corner off Aliens
Drive, $87,000, 6,600
433-1952, or 324-4441.

VENICE BAY
Ocean front lots starting @
$450,000
Fourplex Lots starting @
$151,000
Canal front lots starting @
$275,000
Elevated lots starting @
$150,000
Residential lots starting @
$140,000
Ocean front lot zone for 20
rooms. Hotel or other
commercial use $550,000
Bank or on spot in-house
financing up tp 25 years
Contact us at Venice Bay's
Sales Office
Nassau, Bahamas
Email:
venicebay@coralwave.com
or our webslte
venicebaybahamas.com
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REAL ESTATE I

BEAUTIFUL BEACHFRONT
TOWNHOMES


I REAL ESTATE

LOT FOR SALE
(1) Lot #A, off Prince Charles
Drive. Size 5,000sq.ft.
Zoning: Single/Multi-family
Appraised Value Is $67,000
Viewing available by appoin-
ment
'Please submit all bids in sealed
Envelope on or before August
31, 2010 to
Attention:
Managing Director-
Sealed Bid BIRCCCU
#9 Village Road,
PO Box GT-2944,
Nassau, Bahamas.
BIRCCCU reserves The Right
To Reject Any Or All Bids
For more information or
appointment s call
(242)394-0331 et 23/27.

ONE ACRE PARCELS
Starting at $15,000
Get away from the hectic pace
of city life and settle in beautiful
Mangrove Cay, Andros
A serene setting just 10 mins
away from the hustle and
bustle of Nassau.
Perfect for private retreats or
eco-sensitive commercial
Ventures.
Sellers financing available.
For further inquiries.
Tel 393-6193 or
E-mail:mangrovpproperti-
esltd@gmail.com
Mangrove Cay, Andros
.....The future begins NOWI














WAREHOUSE
FOR SALE
This grand space include a
large storage area; reception
area, 2 office spaces, and an
a/c unit centrally located just off
Robinson Road.
Phone 422-4764/324-3839.
Going for $450,000
make an offer.










GREAT LOCATIONII
2-bed, 2.5-bath. Gated
condo Seaview Drive, The
Grove West. Serious
inquires and/or bank
pre-approved only.
Asking $249,000 Net, obo.
362-2240 after 6pm, or
S. ,467-3063'.
Kice placs


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LocateEl WINTON ESTATES
3,000sq.ft. tri-level,
3-bed, 2.5-bath
Car garage and much more.
Appraised at $670,000
will accept $589,000.
Rental $4,800.
Contact 1-242-552-0670.





Limited
ARE YOU READY to
Buy or Sell Real Estate,
or
need an Appraisal.
Call m Cleare first at
Tel 364-4075.









COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
on Carmichael Road,
100x200, $250,000 Net.
Call Larry, 544-3714.'
DEEDED TIME SHARE
FOR SALE
Available time: Red Week
Location: 10 minutes away
Prom Disney, Kissimee, Fla,
Silver Lakes Resort,
Kissimee, Fla,
Contact, 242-535-4041















FOR SALE BY OWNER
3-bed, 2-bath, Golden Gates,
enc yard, a/c, sec bars,
well maintained, must see to
appreciate ,$205,000..
4'2-4 Ph-55689 t44.









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REAL ESTATE
MULTI-FAMILY/ LOT,
169 feet X 90 feet or
15,169 sq.ft. (size of two lots)
build 6 - 12 apartments.
Lumumba Lane
(by Sea Breeze)
Call 677-5385, 324-6135 or
426-2117
OWNER SELLING
PROPERTY
Joan's Heights Subdivision
East Street South, Sapadilla
Ave. 50x100.
Asking $60,000ono.
TEL:324-8849.
FOR SALE
Lot of Land 60'x100', Blue Hill
Road opposite Commonwealth
Bank near Golden Gates Shop-
ping Centre.
Phone 356-2592, 449-9169, or
324-6824 after 7pm.
MULTI-FAMILY LOT FOR
SALE
KOOL ACRES
6,00sq.ft, $80,000 net.
Serious inquiries. Phone
341-2015/434-9546.
FOR SALE
Gated Single Family Lots
Located South West Ridge
Size:60x130, $105,000 Net.
Call 376-9590, 434-3549
FOR SALE
1/2 acre Lot situated North
Side of Step Street, Fox Hill.
Phone 324-3477.
FOR SALE
BLUE HILL ROAD.SOUTH
Lot For Sale 50x100, 73,000
Gross. Contact 341-2231.
FOR SALE
Four bed, two bathroom,
beautiful home house for sale
by owner. 225,000.
Phone number 429-5996.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
On Vinspen Road, off Cowpen
Road. About 5,860sq.ft.
$72,000. All utilities are in.
Call: 324-1413, 456-0001.
WESTRIDGE: 2 BED, 2 BATH
UNIT, $155,00 Net
1 BED, 1BATH UNIT,
$105,000 NET
Phone:327-0172/341-7457
HOUSE FOR SALE
Brand new 3 bed, 2.5 bath,
Yuma Estate west.
Tel: 422-5662 /364-0442

LOTS FOR SALE
Off St Vincent Road.
Call 356-5973, or 376-7553.

MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY
FOR SALE
HillCrest Subd Corner Lot
Price $77,500.00 Tel:394-1333
WESTRIDGE Lot, 100 x 150
Executive Residential Area
$249,000. Tel 427,3588.
BRAND NEW DUPLEX
FOR SALES 80% complete.
1 2-bed, 2-bath; 2-bed, 1-bath,
Abbie's Close, off Carmichael
Rd. Perfect location of school,
clinic & food store.
Lot 64x100 & extra space to
add on a 1-bedroom apt.
Must sell. Serious inquiries
only. Asking $195,000. ASAP.
Phone 427-6832.


REAL ESTATE

1-BEDROOM with 2 walk-in
closets. Fridge, stove, alarm,
central air, & water.
Cowpen Road west.
362-2435, 422-2702, 466-5470
3-BED, 2 BATH HOUSES
STARTING FROM $110,000
PH: 394-2002. FAX: 394-6100
4-PLEX PROPERTIES
NEAR SEA
50x139 $90,000
50x143 $92.000
50x147 $97,000
50x 50 $99,000
Ph. 359-1439- Pearce
424-0675- Cartwright

ABACO LAND
OPPORTUNITY
MORES ISLAND: Residential
and Commercial Sites
Lowest Price Lots in Abaco
Short walk from government
paved airstrip. Insurable tile,
immediate availability
Government Electricity, water,
telephone service
On Bahamas Government Fu-
ture Development Path.
Tel V Coakley, 455-5329 (D),
465-4889 evenings
Abaco Ocean Club.
APARTMENT FOR SALE
2-bed, 1-bath, $250,000
Good commercial potential
$8,000 back at closing.
394-8568.
APT LOT FOR SALE
Ph:434-5331
50 x 130
Cowpen $85,000 O.B.O
All utilities in
Ask 4 Hanna

HOUSE FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bath, large yard,
fruit trees, single car
garage,
in exclusive quiet
neighbour-
hood, High Vista Dr
off Eastern Road.
Only $265,000 net.
Call: 395-0667 for
appointment


BUSINESS
FOR SALE
TURN-KEY BUSINESS
FOR SALE
M.H.Abaco.
Start making money instantly
Serious inquiries only
Phone:242-458-5137
E-mail:
jwsignature @ gmail.com

FOR RENT

SPACIOUS 2-bedroom Apt
semi-furnished, water included.
$850.00.
361-0778 leave message.
ONE BEDROOM, Carmichael
Road, fridge, stove, blinds,
A/C, $675/mth, first, last+ $500
sec. 364-7183, 428-1944.
1-BEDROOM, semi-furnished,
all utilities included. $700/pm.
Quiet area in East. 2 persons
max. Tel 565-3753.


I FOR RENT
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Semi-furnished, two bed, one
bath, off Carmichael Road.
436-7838, or 362-0605.









BEAUTIFUL ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, On hill off
Soldier Rd. Stove, fridge
security bar, a/c, hurricane
shutters, water included, $650
a month, $500 security deposit,
1st and last rent is required.
Call 432-7338
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
1 bedroom cottage. Gated
community near Old Fort Bay.
1 person. Utiliites included.
First, last & security required.
$1,050/mnth.
Ph: 362-6451/455-6267
SBLAIR ESTATE
town house for rent brand new
and fully furnished end unit
priced for only 2000.00 P/M.
Two bed, one and a half bath,
laundry room. Unit is approx.
1300 square feet.
Call 376-5422
BOATSWAIN HILL, Carmi-
chael Road West, furnished ef-
ficiency, w/bars, light, water &
cable included, $650 per
month, first, last plus $300 sec
BOATSWAIN HILL, furnished,
two bed, 1.5 bath, w/b, light,
water & cable included. $800
per month, first, last plus $400
sec.
Phone 328-1150, 565-8018.

BOOTH FOR RENT
Hair stylist & Barber
Trendsetters, 6th Street.
PH 467-6559, 327-8827.

BRAND NEW APTS, Yamac-
raw Rd, 1st, & last +sec. Water
included. Recession Ratesl
Hurryl Hurryl Going fast only a
few left. 5 mins from beach
$750/mth. Phone
427-6587/326-0077, 432-0125.
Male to share one apartment.

BRAND NEW!!
Two, one-bedroom apts.
Includes water, cable & a/c.
Phone: 426-7004 or 467-7377

CABLE BEACH,
3-BED, 3 1/2- BATH,
TOWN HOUSE, A/C,
FULLY FURNISHED, POOL,
ELEC GATES, EXECUTIVE
QUALITY, CLOSE TO BEACH,
SHOPPING, BUS.
SEVERAL AVAI.
$2,200 TO $2,500.
327-2694, 557-8980.

CARMICHAEL APARTMENT,
2 bedroom, upstairs apartment.
Located off Carmichael Road
near BFM, unfurnished, water
included, enclosed, parking, no
pets, $500 per month.
Tel:324-1170/359-2788


I FOR RENT I
DELAPORTE Beautiful
apartment 6th floor, panoramic
sea views. Furnished
2-bed, 2-bath, security, pools,
on the ocean
$2,500 per month. 424-1738.
DELAPORTE BEAUTIFUL
APARTMENT
Sixth floor, paroramic sea
views. Furnished 2-bed,
2-bath, security, pools, on the
ocean, $2,500 per month.
424-1738
EFFICIENCY APT
very small SANS SOUCI
$500/month
Semi/furnished, utilities
included Internet,
1 person only. 448-9788

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
quiet Neighborhood
Eastem Estates
$500/month Ist/last/security
Semi/furnished
light/water/Intemet, single
person only. 449-8622
EFFICIENCY, semi-furnished,
Monastery park light, water &
laundry facilities. 324-1700
EXECUTIVE HOMES
PARADISE ISLAND
2-bedrooms, $1800,
3-bedrooms $4,000
EAST, $1,200, $1,500 and
$2,000.
WEST 2-bedroom, $1500,
3 bedroom $2,000, $3,800,
$2,5000. Much more
Tel:393-0868,393-2559 or
454-1230 Cell
FIRE TRAIL ROAD spacious
2-br, kitchen, dniing, living,
laundry room a/c, water in-
cluded. $750/pm & $400 dep.
Tel 392-4228, 456-9618,
424-4867.
FOR RENT/SALE SPACIOUS
2 bed, 1 bath split level Condo.
Sans Souci
426-9765/361-5043
FOX HILL near Carla's Pizza,
unfurnished 2-bedroom apt,
$650/mth, first, last and $500
sec dep. Water Included.
Phone 364-3912/324-3296.
FULLY FURNISHED
1-bedroom and 2-bedroom
apartment in Mona and Hope
Road, Jamaican, 5 min for UWI
adequate water supplylli
US $1200
.Call: 1876-382-3015,
jagga@cjamaica.com
FULLY FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY APT.
Light, water, cable, telephone
lines. GLenniston Gardens.
Tel: 477-0465
FULLY FURNISHED 1-bed-
room apt, LEEWARD EAST
$800/PM. Water included.
Tel 324-4535, 357-4651

FULLY FURNISHED lb/r, effi-
ciency, burglar bars, a/c, light,
water, gas, cable, Internet,
quiet area. Close to PI/Palm-
dale. $750/mth, first/last + $300
sec dep. 393-6876/225-1528.
FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT Sandilands Village,
$450 per month.
Cell 454-7840, (H) 676-2201.


I FOR RENT I
HANNA ROAD: 2-bedroom apt
includes water, blinds, washing
facilities, fridge and stove,
$700 per month, sec dep $200.
Phone 477-4422.

HANNA ROAD: Large 2-bed-
room apartments, includes wa-
ter, security bars, blinds, a/c
and washing facilities, $750 per
month, sec dep, $200. Phone
327-6899.

HOUSE FOR RENT, 3-bed,
2-bath, unfurnished. Excluded
water. Garden Hills #3.
424-3197(c), 364-3426 after
9pm.
IDEAL FOR young profession-
als, teachers. 2 bedroom, fully
furnished, includes water, Pine
Yard Road, off Fox Hill Road
opp the prison. Serious inquir-
ies only, 7am- 11pm,
364-7882.
IMPERIAL PARK APT for rent.
Utilities included. $700/pm.
Phone 324-1991.

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD.
New. 1 bed unfurnished Apt.
A/C, c-fans, bars, huge kit,
bath, bed, closet. Water incl.
$595/mth, first/last/ sec $300.
Tel:364-8911, 302-9016.
LEEWARD EAST
New 2-bedrooms, 1-bathroom
apartment
quiet cul-de-sac, off street
parking, good yard space
Price: $147,000.00
Call: 242-359-1764 anytime
LOVE BEACH COTTAGE
3-bed, 2-bath. Gated.
Newly refurbished, fully fur-
nished, private beach & deck.
1 year lease required. $2,100/
month. Contact 424-5683.
LOVE BEACH COTTAGE,
3-bed, 2-bath, furnished,
enclosed garden deck, beach
across road, $2,100. 457-4911.
LOVE BEACH fully furnished,
1-bed/bath apartment. Water
included. Phone 467-6559,
327-8827, 434-4691.
NAIL & HAIR BOOTH
FOR RENT
1 Barber booth for rent.
Ph: 361-8536
NASSAU VILLAGE,
2 bed apt, fan, water, bars
included. $600/mth.
Tel 393-8991/427-3426.
NEED AN APARTMENT
CALL MR ROLLE, 324-4309.
NEW 1 BED, 1.5 BATH
townhouse apt. Ph: 55.8-1940
NEW 1-bed, efficiency. Water,
light, good security. $150/pw,
$600 to move in . Blue Hill Rd
opp St Agnes Church.
322-1031, 466-8372.
NEW HUGE 2-bed, 1-bath,
water, a/c, security bars,
washer/dryer facilities,
$700/pm. 434-2650/361-6836.
OAKSFIELD, 2-bed, 1-bath
apt, unfurnished. Incl: water,
very nice & safe complex.
$650. 445-0165.


FOR RENT
NEW OFFICE SPACE
for lease 630 sq ft, Harrold Rd
West, move in ready (tiled,
painted, bathroom fixtures,
A/C, security keypad)
Ph: 356-7502

NEW STUDIO APT, fridge &
water included. Carmichael Rd
West. 1 quiet mature adult
only. No kids $475/pm, $300
sec. Ph 436-4629.
NEWLY BUILT 1-bed apt,
$600/mthly, first, last, $400
sec. Light, water & cable in-
cluded. Tel:434-0138.
NEWLY RENOVATED
TRIPLEX building 1-bedroom,
fully furnished, security bars,
water, first, last plus security
deposit. $750/pm
2 bedroom,central air,
washer/dryer, security bars,
water. First, last, $800/pm, sec
*dep $500, ready Sept.
361-5305/457-3423
NEWLY RENOVATED,
3bed/2bath condominium
onWest Bay. Modem,
kitchen/baths, central a/c,
washer/dryer, swimming pool,
tennis courts, fumished,
$1,900/pm. Phone 328-0714/
424-0314.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
near Bay. Starting at $125.
All utilities included.
325-3939, 327-8271,
Cell 357-4214
OFF CARMICHAEL
2 bed, 1 bath, $700/mth
OFF CHARLES SAUNDERS,
$690.00/mth
Tel 702-1540(day),
341-4912(night).
ONE - TWO BEDROOM
FOR RENT. Light $600/mth,
first and last. Ph 393-2025.
ONE AIRCONDITIONED
APARTMENT, SAN SOUCI,
available now, completely
furnished, one bedroom apt,
full bathroom with large walk-in
closet, full kitchen, including full
tank of gas, washing machine,
all appliance are brand new.
Utilities included: Light, water
and cable, premises is intemet
and telephone ready.
$850/mth, first/ast month,
yearly rent agreement
pre erred. Single occupancy -
preferred.,Ideal for professional
person. Quiet environment,
premises are enclosed.
Ph: 364-8072, 326-7218
ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT
Include the following: cable,
light, water security bars.
$1,00.000 to move in
Tel: 364-7296
ONE BEDROOM APT
SMITHVILLE.
CALL AFTER 5, 864-5691.
ONE BEDROOM APT
MARSHALL
RD SPACIOUS Burglar Bars,
A/C, Laundry Facility, Water
included, Semi-furnished
$675.00 First & Last Month;
Security Deposit $400.
Tel: 392-3149


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ONE BEDROOM APT,
Tropical Gardens. Includes
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
central a/c, security alarm,
1 tank free as, burglar bars,
$850. Phone: 466-4044,
362-6555 or 359-3959
2 1-BED, 1-BATH APT East-
ern area. Electricity, water, ca-
ble, internet included. $650 per
month. Phone 324-2792,
636-2413, 544-5978.
1-BEDROOM, 1BATH, fully
furnished apartment with sec
bars, alarm, a/c in Carmichale
pines. $600 per month & $300
ec dep. Phone 341-0637, or
422-2267.
ONE-BEDROOM APART-
MENT for rent $550 a month,
store, a/c and water included.
Located in Johnson Road.
Call: 357-9477 for more info
ask for Mr Wells.
ONE-BEDROOM, unfurnished
apt, Foxdale Subdivision, air
condition, burglar bars, carpet-
ing, coin operated washer, wa-
ter and light included, no chil-
dren, no pets, $650 per month.
Phone:341-1205/525-2743.
PALM TREE AVE: Spacious,
1-bedroom apt includes, water,
a/c, washing facilities, stove,
security bars and blinds,
$600/pm, sec dep $200.
Phone 327-6899.
PARADISE ISLAND: 2 bed, 2
bath, secure condo, attractively
furnished turnkey with modern
kitchen, dishwasher, washer,
dryer, pool, authorized para-
dise beach access (350 feet).
Available . Sept 4th. Rent
$2,700/mth.
SDiscount for long lease.
Phone 3241457, 393-1760, or
cell 525-9160. �
PROFESSIONAL.
NAIL TECHNICIAN
BOOTH FOR RENT
Tel 322-6010, Melissa.
QUIET NASSAU EAST. 1-bed
apt, fully & tastefully furnished
light, water, private parking.
$700/pm, first, last & $400 de-
posit. 364-7208.
RAWSON COURT
Cable beach, gated community
with security, $2500 square
feet, 3-bed, 3.5 bath, ocean
view, pool and beach assess,
fully furnished,water included,
$3000 per month. Call
676-2903 for more info

ONE BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished, all utilities included.
$650/mthly. Tel 326-0461.
SEA BREEZE LANE,
semi-furnished,
fridge/stove/washer/ dryer,
central-air, water included.
$850/mth, first/last/sec dep.
Phone 429-4829, 393-0002.

TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Carmichael Road West, *
one corner after Daron's.
Fridge,stove,water,secUrity
screen and central a/c.
For more information.
$750 per month
Call:242-426-1436.
242-454-4366, .


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RENTALS
WEST BAY STREET HOUSE:
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home located in Cable Beach.
Fully furnished . Alarm system,
central a/c . Mature tropical
garden $3,000.00 Web Ref:
40709
DELAPORT TOWNHOUSE:
Three storey townhouse on the
ocean's edge, views from
every room. 3 bedroom, 3
bathroom fully furnished central
air and stand-by generator.
$3,500.00 Web Ref: 39409
Vista Marina THE GROVE :
Beautiful 4 bed 3 bath house.
Traditional Bahamian home ex-
terior with modern interior.
Beautiful- enclosed yard with
mature and flowering trees.
$3,900.00 Web Ref: 36509
OCEAN VIEW HOUSE:
Ocean views from terraced
community on West Bay St.
Lovely 3 bed 3 bath home with
pool. $4,500.00 Web Ref:
34809
SANDYPORT COTTAGE: 3
bedroom, 3 bath property is
conveniently located in the
gated community of Sandyport.
Sandy canal beach , private
dock. Notable features; ; spa-
cious kitchen, covered carport,
screened in porch, alarm sys-
tem and 2 central air units
servicing each floor. $4,500.00
web Ref:42609

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info @bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com
RENTAL
SHOP/OFF SPACE
Beauty Salon
For Sale
Food store appliances.
Phone 565-0757, or 323-5905.
ROOM FOR RENT. East
STreet. Utilities included.
Phone: 558-3555
ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME,
single person only, must be
working. Ph:361-2498,
(cell)465-7916. call after 7pm.
$110-wk, $250 to move in.

TWO BED/1 BATH
Unfurnished Appt.,
Off Sea-Breeze Lane,
Recently renovated,
air-conditioning, security
screens, cable/Internet ready
$600 monthly, First/Last/
Security
Tel. 324-3155/ Leave message
SMALL ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT located in rear
of building $550 sec, no last
month payment. If has A/C,
burglar bars, security gates
and includes, light water, cable
and internet. Tel: 467-9035,


FOR RENT
SPACIOUS 3 bedrooms /
2 baths Air-condition, Ceiling
Fans, Fridge, Stove, Washer,
Security Bars, partially en-
closed yard.Off Carmichael
Road, nice area
$1150.00 per month
Call: 557-1653
SPACIOUS ONE-BEDROOM
APT, all utilities included,
stove, fridge and cable.
$750/pm, $400 sec dep.
456-4049, 425-9688.
SPACIOUS one-bedroom apt,
fully furnished, Soldier Road.
$600/pm. 393-1915, 434-2295.
SPACIOUS, 3-BED, 1-BATH
House, located Tall Pines Es-
tates, Cable & Telepohone
ready Asking $850.00 per mth,
1st, Last & Security Deposit re-
quired. Tel: 525-1654.
SPACIOUS, BEAUTIFUL
Highland Park, off Marlin Dr,
3-bed, 2-bath, semi-furnished,
recently rented. C/air, washer,
dryer, water enclosed yard
w/gazebo & carport for only
$2000/pm. Ph 323-4541, or
322-7032.
ST. ANDREWS BEACH EST.
2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apt.
Central air, security bars,
fenced in yard, fridge and
stove.$750 per month,$500
security deposit. Ph: 364-2770
or 558-7471
STAPLEDON GARDENS,
1-bed, 1-bath apt. Fully
furnished,gated, waster
included. $800. Phone:
323-3165 (H), 558-8862 (C)
TAKE AWAY RESTURANT-
bAKERY
High traffic area out East.
Reasonably priced.
Ph:324-1�19
TAKE-AWAY FOR RENT,
$700.
324-8539/327-2025,
call after 7pm.
TOWN COURT APARTMENT
1 bedroom condo, located off
West Bay Street near Western
Esplanade BEach, fully
furnished, water included, full
security and parking, no
children, no pets, $750 per
month.
Tel: 324-1170/359-2788
TRAVELING to M.H. Abaco for
social/business
looking for clean safe place
$135.00 daily,
full kitchen/satellite.
Tel 242-367-3664/367-0333,
(Cell)458-5137.
TWO BEDROOM APT, Carmi-
chael. $675 per month, in-
cludes water, /c, ceiling fans,
close to us stop. 225-4130, or
426-7587.

TWO(2) BED, (1)BATH,
unfurnished apt. $600 per
month off Faith Ave.
Ph: 428-4304
2 BED, 1 BATH APT
FOR RENT.
Malcom Road West. Includes
water supply, fridge and stove.
Call 429-2296 or leave mes-
sage


I FOR RENT I
UNFURNISHED, spacious 2
bedroom, newly renovate town-
house style apartment. Ceiling
fans, water included. Blue Hill
Road, opposite SC McPherson
Jr High. $650 per month, first
and last plus $300 sec dep req.
Please call 362-1431 after
10am to 9pm.

WEEKLY RENTAL-
Attractive, quiet fully equipped
one-bed apts.
A/C, TV, internet, parking,
laundry. Near downtown & PI.
$250 to $350/week.
Tel:394-1711, cell:565-7283.

WESTWINDS SUBDIVISION:
2-bed,1-bath apt
in gated community.
Water, A/C, stainless fridge,
stove, microwave, washer/
dryer and wooden blinds
included.
Tel:362-2754/502-2371.
Ask for Esther
2-BED, 2.5-BATH Townhouse.
Pristine beach near Love.
Beach. Fully furnished.
$2,200/pm. 423-8246.
2-BED, 2.5-BATH, semi-fur-
nished condo. Located Lee-
ward East. First, last and sec
dep. Call 364-8664, 436-0028.
2-BEDROOM - Light & water
$170 per week. 456-0943, East
St.
2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, newly
built apartment in quiet
cul-de-sal area, Very spacious,
semi-furnished, security system
ready. First and last month re-
quired $850/pm, security dep,
$500. Water included. Phone
324-7158.
2 BEDROOM, large kitchen +
living room, central air,
washing machine. $700 p.m.
first, last, $500 security.
Phone: 364-0714
2-BED, 1-BATH APT Marshall
Road, enclosed yard, sec bars,
a/c & water included. $650/pm
first, last & security. Tel
341-7773.
2-BED, 2-BATH APT in West-
ern area. Includes: fridge,
stove, washer, dryer, c/air,
c/fans, bars, alarm sys.
$1,200/mth. Call 424-0577.
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
central air,water and alarm in--
cluded. $750 first last month
rent and $500 security deposit.
Call 376-7876 between
9am-3pm and after 3:00 pm at
324-2506
2 BEDROOM APT Sandilands
Village Rd, a/c, washer, dryer,
wooden blinds,
$650/mth, $400 dep.
Phone 324-7545, 425-6629.

2 1-BEDROOM UNITS
FOR RENT Water included
$600/$550 per month, security
dep. $400, first, last rent.
Contact Nick, 544-6299, or
Sherlyn 428-6247. 341-3725.

A FULLY FURNISHED one
bedroom efficiency for rent. All
utilities included, $200.00 per
week. Call:341-2579.


SFOR RENT I
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
WITH WAI ER NEAR
3C'S FOOD STORE,
SANDILANDS VILLAGE.
TEL:
364-8831/364-8304/395-0370.
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
townhouse styled, furnished.
washer/dryer, central air, cable
and telephone ready, water in-
cluded. Colony Village East
near private high school, shop-
ping plaza. Ideal share for pro-
fessionals.Tel: 324-6182 or
557-2555
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT.
Alarm, a/c and water in-
cluded.$750/mth, first, last&
$500 sec dep.
364-6688/467-1365.
2-BEDROOM APT, kitchen,
living room, 1-bath for rent.
Tel 359-3712, 394-6487,
Mrs Brown
2-BEDROOM APT, security
gate with intercom. Off Bernard
Rd. Water & cable included.
$700 per month, $500 sec
dep. Ph:456-0460/324-6917

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, fully
furnished apt with sec bas,
alarm, a/c in Carmichael Pines.
$725 per month & /4300 sec
dep. Ph 341-0637, or
422-2267.
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, water
included. $700/mth, first, last,
$350 sec. McKinney Drive, off
Carmichael
1-bed, 1-bath, water included,
$550/mth first and last Farring-
ton Rd. 323-2378, 457-3864.

2-BEDROOM, semi-furnished,
water included, $750/mth, first
& last, security only. Serious in-
quires. 361-2918.
2-BEDROOMS, 1-BATH APT,
off Gladstone Road,
Security system, fridge, stove,
ceiling fans, water, included.
Call 325-5228 after 5:30pm.
Must seel!
2BED/2BATH VILLA - PI pri-
vate pool, double enclosed ga-
rage, generator, central and
individual a/c units; security
alarm and bars; roll down hurri-
cane shutters; additional water
holding tank. $3,000 per
month. Call 457-4185 to view.
Serious inquiries only.
3-BED, 2-BATH HOUSE in
Eastern area. Partly furnished.
Security bars and alarm. Good
neighbourhood. $1,500. Tel
456-7353.
3-BED, 2.5-BATH HOUSE,
fully furnished, $2,600. Cable
Beach, 424-1030, or 327-5448.
2-BED, 2-BATH APT,
all utilities included, quiet area,
fridge, stove, washer/dryer,
$1,150/pm.
557-9975, 323-7302,
322-2960.
APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-bed, 2.5-bath
Appliances -Dual A.C.
Generator -Electric gates
Wate'incldued.
$1,300/month deposit required.
Contat 424-5683.


FOR RENT
(2) 1 BEDROOM APT,
furnished except bedroom.
light,water, bars included at the
price of $675 per month. Cable
and phone ready. Contact at
392-0907
1 BEDROOM APT FOR RENT,
everything included, $550 per
month. Call 392-5043
1 BRAND NEW, SPACIOUS 1
BED APT. inclusive of central
air, water, L.P Gas 7 Tank,
phone and cable ready. Secure
premises, extra amenities.
Must see, $700 per month.
Phone:364-1715
1-BED, 1-BATH APT
Faith Gardens, fridge, stove, -
microwave, water, gas, cable,
internet, a/c, ceiling fans.
No- kids, pet, smoking
$700/monthly, $450 security
Tel 341-5918.
1-BED, 1-BATH APT for rent,
South Beach, Summer Haven,
$600/pm, $300 sec dep. Call'
427-6061/361-6061.
1-BED, 1-BATH, newly reno-
vated semi-furnished apart-
ment for rent in quiet eastern
area neighbourhood, security
bars water included. Near ma-
jor schools and stores.
$800/pm, first and last moth's'
rent & security deposit of $500.
Must see to appreciate. Phone
427-3156.
1-BED, 1-BATH, Victoria Gar-
dens, off Gladstone Rd.
$650/mth, 1st, last, $400 sec.
535-4387.
1-BED/1-BATH, furnished,
shirlea off Shirley st, laundry
facilities, waer & gas.
324-1700.
1-BEDOOM, fully furnished
apt, security screens, electricity
and water. No kids, no pets.
Soldier Road. $550/pm. Tel
357-8106.
ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
for rent light, water and cable
included. Pinewood - Gardens,
$170 a week, $640 to'move in.
Phone 392-0173, or 392-3178.

1-BEDROOM APT,
Nassau Village. Water, a/c,
blinds, washer, dryer. $550.
393-4454/394-1880.

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
fully furnished, light, water &
cable included, $125 per week.
Phone 425-6110, 9-5pm,
available, single persons.

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY,
fridge, stove, a/c, b/b, light, wa-
ter included. First and sec dep
($400). Due at signing. Pine-
wood Gardens, 392-8913,
376-1508(cell), 394-9906.
1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY,
light, cable, water, fridge,
stove. Quiet area, $650
monthly,first, last.
395-8170, 361-7298.

1-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APT South Beach, w/cable,
b/bars. $575/mth, first, last.
$330 sec. 376-0774/392-5923.
No pets/children.


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FOR RENT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED ELP WANTED HELP WANTED POSITION
I I II G I TE T' I WANTED
(1) 2 BEDROOM APT. A LEADING FIRM IS AN ESTABLISHED FAST FAST GROWING TODDLER TEACHER needed. WANTED
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upstairs, Cowpen Rd. Air Con-
ditioning + water , $400 secu-
rity deposit.
Ph: 558-4864 Mr. Rolle

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
Semi-furnished.
Water included.
$550 per month.
Tel 341-6633, or 324-7665..

WANTS I
TO SHARE
LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE to
share in private home.
Everything included. First and
last, $400 per month.
Ph:392-5950
MATURE FEMALE to share
Apt. Furnished, East area.
Cell 432-0078, text please.
W/l/cable included.
SPACIOUS 2-BED,1-BATH.
Alarm, ceiling fans,fridge,
stove,washer, .dryer.cable &
internet. Utilities included,
$140/wk,$680 to move in.
Tel: 357-7273/431-6680

HELP WANTED
NEEDED SEPTEMBER, 2010:
Christian Teacher to teach
general subjects at Jr High
Level in private Christian
School.
Applicants must meet the fol-
lowing criteria:
1. Bahamian or Permanent
Status
2. College Degree/Teacher
Certificate
3. Minimum 2 years teaching
experience
4. Willing to assist with extra
curricular activities
5. Music or coaching experi-
ence an asset
Please email resume to:
leach/appp @gmailcom

ONE LABOURER NEEDED
PHONE 393-7228
DRIVER NEEDED withown
car. 455-8261.
REGISTERED NURSE with 15
years experience required for
Auskell Medical, Marsh Har-
bour, Abaco. Please call 1
(242) 326-0070
CHEF wanted. At least 3 years
of exp in preparing authentic
Chinese dishes Needs to be
able to prepare dishes w/o su-
pervision. PO Box N5361.
EXPERIENCED FURNITURE
BUILDER AND JOURNEY
NEEDED, ten years
experience. Call 426-6642
AVON
Be your own boss. Become an
Avon representative.
Opportunity to earn Mega
Bucks. Call:436-9621
PROFESSIONAL
BEAUTICIAN *
with 5 years experience.
Tel 322-6010, Melissa.


SEEKING
FILING CLERK
Job description
*Large volume filing quickly
and efficiency.
*Creating employee, client files
and other files regularly
*Faxing. Photocopying and
Sdata in putting
*Occasional outdoor work to in-
clude deliveries to other as-
sociated offices
-Cover for switchboard when
necessary
*Generally provide support in a
busy working environment.
Job requirements
*Must be mature, enthusiastic.
able to work with little to no
supervision and willing to
learn
*2-3 years experience working
in an office environment is
preferred.
*Must have BGCSE in English
and Maths in Grade C or
above
-Proficient in basic computers
and Microsoft Office applica-
tions
-Good organization and com-
munication skills a must.
Interested persons must submit
a resume to the following ad-
dress:
Human Resources Department
PO Box CB-11444,
Nassau, Bahamas

PROFESSIONAL BARBER &
NAIL TECH
FOR RENT STARTING @ $60
OR COMMISSION.
CALL 356-2311, 535-7026,
565-5379
SALES ASSOCIATE
Clothing & Variety Store
Prior experience with sales is a
must. Email resume and/or
questions to nassau @
salesperson.net
SALES CLERK NEEDED
Mon - Fri from 9 to 5pm
Duties include: Taking
inventory of food products and
placing overseas order for
spice & misc. grocery items
with Vendors in Guyana.
Applicant must be apple to
Portuguese.
Contact 397-9055. Series
enquires only
OFFICE ASSISTANT for retail
business. Must be a highly
motivated self- starting
individual with computer skills
and some accounting . and
book-keeping experience.
Required to work 2-3 days per
week but job may evolve into
full-time position. 328-4742, or
324-6413.
SEEKING SEASONED hospi-
tality management pro with
minimum 40 years Hotel, Food,
Beverage, wedding & events
experience as owners repre-
sentative at Abaco condo pro-
ject. 4 year College Degree
and knowledge of food safety
regulations and event sales a
must. Send resume in confi-
dence to chrl @att.net
SMITH & KELLY is in need of
two female Farm Labourers.
Interested persons, call
242-367-7004.


FOOD RESTAURANT
requires a utility/dishwasher
for its operations.
Please send resumes to the
attention of Mrs. E. McKenzie
at Fax #356-0333.
No telephone interviews
accepted.
A SECURITY COMPANY is
seeking a matured individual to
fill the position of a Custodian.
You must be able to perform
general cleaning duties with lit-
tle or no supervision and pos-
sess the ability to work in a fast
paced environment. Contact
325-6170/4. Mon-Fri. 9am-5pm
for further details.
AVON
Buy, Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone:
361-5556, 429-4922
kempcorp@hotmail.com
ADVERTISING
publication. 15% Commission.
based pay, no set hours.
Fax to 322-3428.
AVON
Earn extra cash. Become an
avon helper.
Ph:429-4922,429-3127 or
392-0181
BARBERS WANTED
URGENTLY. Good location.
Call 431-9184 for more info.
BEAUTY SALON in a safe and
busy environment has immedi-
ate openings for a natural hair
stylist, a children's braider and
a salon cleaner.Tel 393-5437,
daily 10am-6pm.
BUS DRIVER NEEDED FOR
ROUTE #7A (NO A/C)
Call 323-5519, 525-7936
SANDY CAY
GROUNDSKEEPER.
PO Box AB-20568,
Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
DRIVER NEEDED, standard
shift. Must have all necessary
document, yard maintenance.
362-1891 (hm), 426-2858(cell).
ELECTRICIAN NEEDED
Candidate must be proficient in
all aspects of electrical
services.Commercial &
residential repairs, mainte-
nance, installations,
Wiring and transformer work.
Reply in writing to
P.O. Box N1254
Nassau, Bahamas
EXPERIENCED WINDOW.
TINTER wanted for window
Fabrication Company. Please
fax resume 325-6638.
SEEKING HANDYMAN to
work around family home
located #36 Milton Sgtreet,
off Market St, $175 per week
Interested person.
Call 328-1002.
AN UPSCALE BARBERSHOP
with a unique concept in
grooming for men is hiring hair
care professionals. Barbers
must be qualified and/ or certi-
fied. Serious inquires may
contact Robyn at 225-2251/
467-7736 or e-mail premierbar-
ber@yahoo.com.


needs
Cook/Teachers for upcoming
Semester.
Phone 356-7085, 676-2733
HAIR STYLIST & BARBER,
Nail Tech.
Ph 467-6559,
327-8827,Trendsetters, 6th St
HANDYMAN WANTED.
TEL 394-4535.
HARDWARE STORE seeks
persons to give out flyers. Con-
tact firstchoicebahamas @hot-
mail.com
HELP WANTED
Gardener needed in Nassau.
Salary $150 per week.
Tel. 393 8630
LIVE-OUT HOUSEKEEPER
WANTED '
to look after a young infant and
do light housekeeping. Only
persons with paperwork in or-
der need call. Being able to
speak Filipino language is an
asset and preferred. Call
'326-2978, or 544-9181.
MAID NEEDED
Ph: 324-4282 or 557-9719
MARIO'S SUPER CUTS
experienced barber needed
with clientele and tools. Must
be able to work in a clean and
customer friendly environment.
Booth rental only. Contact
Mario at 325-4180, 425-6819.
MARIO'S SUPER CUTS
Located Lincoln Blvd. At the
Lincoln Plaza. Back to School
Special. All school boys hair
cuts, $5.00. Want your kids to
look sharp and super, come
and check out Mario's Super
Cuts, Back to School, gifts will
be given also. Call us
325-4180, or 425-6819.
MASTER PLUMBER required
with specialist experience in
pool construction and pool me-
chanics. Should have at least
ten years post qualification ex-
perience. For persons suitable
qualified please respond with a
comprehensive resume to:
C14019, The Tribune PO Box
N3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
FARM LABOURER/
HANDYMAN wanted please
Call 1-242-334-2424.
NEEDED
PUBLIC ADJUSTER, min 25
yrs experience, strong insur-
ance background, ability to
swiftly interpret international
complicated contracts and ap-
ply them.
Provide resume to CopyMaxx,
Collins Ave and 6th Terrace.
SALES SUPERVISOR
Well established equipment
business requires individual to
handle Sales, Customer Serv-
ice and Sales Counter transac-
tions. Must be professional,
computer literate, reliable, cus-
tomer service orientated, parts
& inventory exp. a plus, able to
manage time and work w/ mini-
mal supervision. Excellent Sal-
ary & Advancement Opportuni-
ties Apply - send Resume to
sales sebahamas.com. Or fax
to 394-1826


Vus lUove c IIIIUIdreII. Experience
a plus. Phone 392-3589 for in-
terview.
Wanted
Cashiers, Cooks, Customer
Service persons for fast food
restaurant
at Airport
Individuals must have worked
at a fast food franchise, takea-
way food outlet or other fast
paced restaurant. Please fax
resume to 323-2154 or email to
info @ gomezcorp.com
Wanted
Manager for
Fast Food Restaurant at
Airport
Individual must have worked at
a fast food franchise or other
fast paced restaurant. Must
know every aspect of a restau-
rant, Inventory ordering, menu
preparation, cashing, customer
service, etc. Please fax re-
sume to 323-2154 or email to
info @ gomezcorp.com
AVON
Want to be an Avon
representative.Be your own
boss or a helper. 50% in
earning.
Tel:326-7183 Hm or 376-1208
Cell
Email:rosedee42 @hotmail.com
SALES PERSON NEEDED.
Mature female sales rep.
needed between the age of
18-30. Call 326-2355.

POSITION
WANTED
CAREGIVER looking for work
to take care of a elderly
person. Ph: 436-6264
DUE TO RECESSION, 35
years lady seeks part-time job
as housekeeper, waitress, or
secretary. Call Nikkie,
556-3497.
EXPERIENCED NURSE AID
with Diploma And CPR Certi-
fied seeking job. Available im-
mediately,
Serious offers please call
(242) 468 2045 or email
(nurseaid75 @ hotmail.com)
LADY looking for days live-in,
weekly work to take care of the
elderly/baby-sitting.
Call Sheryl, 436-8715.
LADY seeking employment
home caretaker, senior citizen,
babysitting, assistant cook and
office cleaning.
PHONE:325-2187, 431-5995.
LADY seeks day, weekly,
nightly, evening job. Live-out.
428-2960,
LADY seeks job as days work,
baby-sitter or janitor. Tel
361-7384, or 426-6255.
LADY seeks job as house-
keeping, days work or look af-
ter an elderly person.Live-in or
live-outl
Mon-Fri. Serious inquiries only.
Please call 448-5976.
LADY SEEKS live-in job as
babysitter. Ph:558-7959 or
525-9883


LOOKING FOR A RELIABLE,
dependable plumber
Specialize in roughing, installa-
tions, construction and renova-
tions, repairs and services. Call
for estimates, ask for Patrick,'
465-9391.
MATURE LADY seeking days
work 328-0933, 3pm-9pm.
MATURE LADY seeks job as
care taker for elderly, days
work, kitchen helper or
babysitter. Call:455-1344.
Joyce
MATURE LADY seeks job to
care for an elderly person or a
baby. Contact. 364-8547, or
525-2396
YOUNG LADY with associate
degree seeking job to work in
private school or business firm.
Tel 323-6513, - 423-2650,
433-1366.
LADY seeks job in restaurant
to wash dishes, clean or care
for the elderly. Call:429-9405.
LADY seeks housekeeping or
days work. Phone 552-5403.

PERSONALS

SUPERNATURAL
PRAYERS
& DIVINE
DELIVERANCE
Call: 433-7146 for help

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY I
MAKE HUNDREDS WEEKLY
Hair, Nails, Braiding and
Make-Up Booths for rent.
Tel: 341-6245 or 477-3105


BUSINESS
SERVICES







EVENTS ELEGANTAE LIMO
SERVICE
An Experience In Excellence
For That Special Occasion
Weddings, Birthday's,
Anniversaries, Funerals
Contact 424.7096
Visit our website@
www.eventselegantaelimo.com
GERMAN TRANSLATIONS
OFFERED.
TEL 357-8822


SAWYER'S A-1 PAINTING
Boxing cleaning special
Interior & exterior painting.
Free estimates
556-3753/362-1116.


NATURAL HAIR STYLIST
Lock maintenance, braids/rope
twists/kinky twists & cornrows
for adults and kids.
556-7290/362-11,16.










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Telepho re 322-1 986


BUSINESS
SERVICES

Oveshious Hair & Nail
Gallery


Specials
Airbrush Nails $25
rammy Taylor $30
-ace Front $50
28 pcs. $40
-ocation: Blue Hill Road gray
building next to Carpet World.
telephone 434-8060.


HAIR BRAIDING,
Shingling, Comrow, Twisting,
-ocks, weave-in, micro shin-
gles, lock extension, $10-$100.
Call 393-8201/468-8394


Designed, Relaxer,
rreatCUp,Style $30
Neave $50 and up
Lace Cap Application $10.00
Phone: 322-2801


BUSINESS
SERVICES

UNLOCK CODES - ATT CELL
PHONES
As low as $20. Other networks
slightly higher.
Tel:357-7273/431-6680

WARKY WEDNESDAY.
SPECIALII
Relaxer .................$25.00
Nails ................... $15.00
Rope Twist ...........$70.00
Kinky Twist ...........$35.00
Ph: 324-7883


WHOLESALE
MAC & PANDORA .
Earn extra cash
Tel 225-2856
FOR THE BEST IN WOOD
CABINET, raise and flat panel,
any style and shape. For the
best priceand quality contact
us at 431-6906 /322-7972
TOTAL CARE
Home Repair Services.
Yard Special, $35 - $50
Call today 445-5044.
HAVING PROBLEMS with
your Computer?
Can't get online?
Virus problems, software
installation & hardware.
Computer keep freezing up?
Don't worry we'll fix it
Starting price $40
Tel:242-454-8173 ask for Cliff.

HLEN'S LANDSCAPING
Major tree cutting
Hurricane Special.
Call us nowl
392-4691,433-2482.

INTERNET - Turn $10 a month
into $10K a month....no strings
attached.
SApply at:
pocketwealthi @ gmail.com
K-9 TRUCKING & CUSTOM '
BROKERAGE
Foxdale Subdivision
Call Anthony and Son
P.O. Box EE-17153
Tel:242-357-3787
Fax:242-324-6641
Customs is our business
You pile It we tote It!l

LOWEST COST EVER
Make-up application
(grooming, and skincare),
seminar available for Summer.
Call for more Information
428-0074.

TERRIFIC TUESDAY
SPECIALS
Relaxe .................$25.00
Weave ........ .........$40.00
RopeTwt ........... $70.00
Kinky Twist ............$35.00
Nails ..................... $15.00
Ph: 324-7883


BUSINESS
SERVICES
ADA IMPORT/EXPORT
For- the best price in all your
building needs Windows,
Doors, PVC Decking, PVC
Doors and PVC Fencing and
lots more
(We Do Special Orders).
Call us at (242)544 3198 or
email us at
adaimportexport@ hotmail.com)

AUNT JENNY'S PRESCHOOL
NOW REGISTERING.
'TEL: 356-7544.
CALL GRASSHOPPER
LANDSCAPING & HOME
MAINTENANCE
For all your yard maintenance,
Trash Removal, Pressure
Cleaning. Painting.
Ph:364-8854 �
Cell:426-4224

CARPENTRY, PAINTING,
FENCING Sign Installation and
much more. Call Andrew,
468-6267, 558-3552.
COMPUTERS, TVs
(LCD and Plasma)
and printer repairs, password
removal. Onsite repairs, or
pickup and delivery.
Phone 393-0715/535-5702.


DUCHESS HAIR/BEAUTY
SUPPLIES
Makeup Artisty/Weavy for
Weddings/Special occasions.
Contact 424-7096 e-mail -
duchess1905 @ hotmail.com

TV REPAIRS Free pickup/drop
off. House calls welcome.
322-1031.

SHE NAILS & HAIR SALON
Presents its
Summer Give-away Explosion
Win cash, gift bags and more
Nails start @ $19.99
Enter now and win
Tel:341-6245 or 477-3105
SIZZLING SUMMER
SPECIALS
Rope twist ......$70.00
Kinky twist ......$35.00
Shingles .........$40.00
Kids Styles ..... $10.00
Phone:324-7883.




BJC 1 (2010)
-Accounts/Math
.-English
-Sciences
-Entrepeneursaip
-Management
12-week course begins Sept
.20, 2010
Register NowI 325-6060


S TUITION
5 DAYS OF
"Back To School Revision"
From 10:00am - 1:00pm
Grades K-9 in
Maths, English and Reading
Contact 392-1173 or
Email:adeltisbs@ hotmail.com
CHILDREN'S WORLD
LEARNING CENTER
PRESCHOOL & NURSERY
NOW REGISTERING
ITuition
Nursery $160/pm, $45/pw
Preschool $140/pm, $40/pw
Te:325-6505/364-6238
Open House:
Aug 16th-20th, 20.10
EXOTIC BRAIDING CLASSES
Do you want to learn a trade in
as little as 4 weeks and make a
lot of money?
Then look no further.
You will learn: Corn rows, twin-
ning, shingles, rope twist and
exotic pin ups.- Registration be-
gins Monday, Sept 6 - 13th, by
calling 456-8507 and asking
form Nadia. Classes begin on
Sept 13th, 2010
Cost: $600 which includes* all
materials and registration fee.

BOXING WORKOUT with
Ray Minus Jr.
Wulff Rd Fitness Classes and
one on one work out
Ph:356-5312/433-4937
HAIR CLASSES & NAILS
CLASSES Available.
Everything including.
Booth also available.
Call for more details.
Phone 431-9030, or 558-7211.
CHILD NOT YET
REGISTERED?
Call 676-6817/466-0315
Ashbury Christian Schools
Grades 7-12
Tuition starting at $57.75 p/w.


EVERYTHING INCLUDED .
Ph: 322-2801- 565-8190

KIDS KINGDOM
Registration:
For struggling students who
need to learn a smaller
environment. Space In limited
Phone 324-5220
E-mail
kddsklngdombah@gmail.comr

LANGUAGES-
-Creole
-Chinese
-Spanish
-Hebrew
12-week course begins Sept
20, 2010
Register Now
Tel:325-5060


I TUITION









LITTLE ANGEL CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY KIm Crescent off
Blue Hill Road. Now Register-
ing. for September. 341-0677.

NAIL CLASSES
Space is limited.
Payment plans available.
Call 356-7075
TEACH CPR
CPR Instructor Course coming
October 4, 2010
Visit the Bahamas Medical
Learning Centre's
Website for details. Visit:
www.bmlcnow.org.
Send e-mails to:
info@ bmlcnow.org.
ARTI CLES S

FOR SALE
BEAUTIFUL living room set
with silk customs, 3 glass
coffee tables, & 2-lamps,
$1800. 424-7096.
FOR SALE
Bamboo floorihg, Maple cabi-
nets, Mahogany doors, Custom
wood closets.
Telephone 636-0625
interiorservicessolutlons @
yahoo.com
FOR SALE
1 Tough Book Computer, used
In military
1 Dell Computer.
556-3753/395-6076.
FOR SALE
10-pc front room set.
393-7444, 357-7220.

FOR SALE
2 Sofa sets for sale must sell
$350.00 ono. 449-8622
TO LOOK AND FEEL exciting
again drink. Cranberry Aloe
and Le-vive Juice.
Call 322-3885/465-9219.
FOR SALE
Black 3 pc, living room set
$1,000
Black 6 seat dining room set
and china closet $800 each
Black GE Whirlpool side by:
side ice/water refrigerator $900
Bronze and glass 3 pc coffee
table set $400 O.B.O
GE counter top stove and oven
$700 ea
Al In good condition
Ph: 392 - 2084
FOR SALE Custom-made
bedroom set 100% wood
made in The Bahamas,
10 years warranty.
323-S540.
FMC ALE
Motorola back fp $500.00
Blackberry Curves in perfect
condition. $200.00 - $250.00
Place orders with me.
Tel: 425-5056/535-1988


ARTICLES
FOR SALE
FOR SALE '
One car wash tent
1 pressure tank galvanized 40
gallon, like new.
3 horse power well pump, like
new
Contact 376-9570 between
hours 9am-7pm to make an of-
fer.

FOR SALE
Quality paintings, custom
frames for photos & paintings
display available. A must see
for Art Collectors.
Kenwork Shop, 324-0012.
FOR SALE
WEDDING GOWN
Champagne colour silk w/ivory
lace bodice. Lace coatee in-
cluded. $2,000. 376-4042.
GAS & ELECTRIC STOVE,
washing machine for sale
533-9924/3351-6035.
IDEAL FOR WATER
DELIVERY
5000 gal water tank
Tel: 558-4280
PHONE AND IPAD
SPECIALS
Phone 12 accessory pieces
$50.00
Ipad accessory bundle $60.00
Call 357-8867
ITEMS FOR SALE
Small cribs for.sale
Tel 356-7544, 325-7866

LAPTOP, brand new Acer As-
pire-One Notebook. AMD dual,
roc essor 2GB M., 250 GB
DD, webcam Ultra Thin.
$410.00. Call 455-5796.
PRETTY BOY SWAG
SPECIAL
Certified pre-owned Rolex, all
stainless steel Oyster perpetual
date just with pink Mother of
Peari diamond dial & diamond
vvs Bezel. Contact 466-6367.
RESTAURANT SUPPLIES
FOR SALE
Sinks, hoods, coolers, stoves,
tables.
Call 322-3605.
FOR SALE
Attractive Hurricane Shutters
Built to order for double
windows $190
Singles $100
Ph: 426-8704
USED BABY ITEMS
Carrier and Base
Monitor
Sling
New & Used Clothing
Blinds honey colored
36 X54
Tel:341-0495

USED DELL COMPUTER
KB/M/17" LCO/XP
* Internet ready
512 Me hd)
Ph: 123403A

18" ou.t.W
SMdg. w
One bedm ap.
TeleaphoneM4=5S









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Rt11DU NCk- Al BAYSIDE CABLEBFACH TWYNAM HEIGHTS
2 & 3 bead hLjiroin ,dildo,'il PortNew 3bed,25bathcondo - 3bed, 2 bath home.Hurricane impact windows
Providence. Presently under construction. th condo. 3 bed 2 bath home. uianeimpact dows
r..... ,, ..- - 1.- `... Sm40Y)n Refr"ti $425,000. Ref# 7211


OFF VILLAGE ROAD, DUPLEX.
1-2 bed, 2 bth plus 1- 2 bed, bath.
$319,000. Ref* 7137


Abaco, MAN-O-WAR CAY Governors Hafbour, PINEAPPLE FIELDS GREAT HARBOUR CAY TREASURE CAY, Abaco
1/2 acre beachfront lot in town. 1 bed,, bath fully furnished condo. 1 bed, 1 bath beach villa. Furnished. Harbour front 2 bed, 2 bath condo.
-$425,0lo Rcft- I:3 $2oll100 Rcft 71-9 $1 ',0i0.Refl 7128 $325,000. Ref: 7195
-n,.r ... ......... JF - ' -.... 7


TREASURE CAY
2 bed, 2 bath Villa. Furnished.
$4-19,000- Refs7247







SANDYPORT CONDOS
Newly built. Dockage available.
Froa 395s)or 1XVn ioRf' ', "ISK7, 1!9


GrceatEma PALM YBEACHRESQK
1 bed, 1 bath beach Villa Furnished.
$175,000. Ref� 7148


NAUTICATOWNHOME
Spacious 3 bed, 2.5 bath end unit.
$535.000. Rel'I7112


.bedl,2 batl umt wit -1 bed, 1 ltI-IH VIS A
partinents,. ireat income potential. 4 bed, 3bath home. Pool, landscaped.
' 10,000. Ref#7119 $425,000. Ref# 6684
--" ' 7 - 7 x_ _ 1 0 e N . V


SEA BREEZE
2 bed, 2 hath canal front home.
$299,000. Ref# 7155


EASTSTREKI BUILDING CENTRE OF COMMERCE RENTAL
Dmrticreduction.Ctraklocatio4,000sq ft 1,600 sq. ft. Fully furnished. Tarn key.
$395,000. Re& 6880 $7,066 monthly. Ref# R6993
,1---"It


ADaCO, 1 L'BBlKS QUAK I tAKS
Waterfront lot 100 x200. A steal.
$199,500. Ref# 6671


Attention First Time Buyers.. GUANA CAY, Abaco
InLated1, I bd, I bath conda Ocean Views Charmng 2 Nbed 2 bath cotige with vws
$165,u00. Ref 7114 $2994X11 Refl 7196


Long Island BEACHFRONT HOME
2bed/2bath, Turn-key on 5.5 acres.
$1,619,000. Ref# 7018


HOPE TOWN LOT SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES Abaco, SAND BANKS Abaco, GREEN TURTLE CAY
5,020 sq. ft lot on sandy, white beach Si~bne f tly l. IIsq tOwn rfinrdnn~ 2 bed, 2 bth home. 80 of ocean frontage 2 bed, 2 bath beachfront home.
$560,000. Ref#7095 $145,000. Ref# 5471 " . $249,000 Ref 6582 $444,000 Ref# 6999


LOTS AND ACREAGE
High Point Estates off JFK. 8,525 sq. ft. triplex Lot with elevations. $140,000. 46997
Sandypon- 8,100 sq. ft. lot. Pnvale dock and beach. $350.000 Ref# 7209
Greater Chippmgham, 2 multi family lots each 50' x 97' $65,000 each. Ref# 7142
Greater Chippingham, 2 muldt family lots each 50' x 97' $60,000 each. Ref# 7140
Twynam Heights Single Family Lots (8,000-9,600 sq. ft.) from $ 145,000 #7157, #7158
Oakesfield 20,000 sq. ft. vacant commercial lot. $275,000 # 7153






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RENTALS:
Sandyport. 3 and 4 bed townhomes. From $ 2,500. #R0572, RR0573, #R0477
Commercial building comer of Virginia & Nassau Streets. Newly renovated. 1,500 sq. ft. $3,000. #R0471
Shirley Street. Office buildings 2,500 sq. ft. $5,000 *R0340
Port New Providence- Seapomt 4 bed/2.5 bath. $5,000 #R0565 (REDUCED)
Prospect Ridge 2 bed, I bth. Furnished, pool. $1,500. Refo#0575
Shirlea- 2 bed, 2.5 bath. Newly renovated. $2,100 Ref# R0566




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