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Witnesses claim police used 'excessive force' against man


By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net
A MAN was shot by police in the busy
area of Montagu foreshore yesterday
* morning sparking outrage in the commu-
nity over an excessive use of force.
Eyewitnesses claimed up to 15 shots
were fired by three or more police offi-
cers as they pursued the dreadlocked driver
of a Nissan Sunny who appeared to be
armed with a handgun.
,Police refused to give out details of the'
shooting.
However eyewitnesses said the man
appeared to be alive as he was taken to
hospital by ambulance and another man
who had been in the car with him was tak-
en into custody.
They said police were conducting a rou-
tine road block at about 10am on East Bay
Street when officers opened fire on the
man.
"A car was stopped and one of the occu-
pants fled on foot in possession of a gun (I
assume) and the police opened fire against
the flow of traffic," reported a man who
watched the drama unfold from his Mon-
tagu office.
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shooting two proposed developments
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By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net
RESIDENTS in Abaco
yesterday urged the com-
munity to come out and
protest against two proposed
major developments.
Government ministers
toured the sites of the devel-
opments yesterday as resi-
dents expressed opposition
to the plans.
Deputy Prime Minister
Brent Symonette and his
entourage, including Envi-
ronment Minister Earl
Deveaux and Minister of
Lands and Local Govern-


ment Byran Wood-
side, took an early
morning tour of
Orchid Bay in Great
Guana Cay where
developers want to
expand the existing -
marina to encom-
pass more than 300 '
boat slips as well as
expand land use to
incorporate more
private lots. TOUF
With a 200-boat- Sym
slip marina at th'e
Baker's Bay development
just yards away sitting
under-used, resident
Stephen Jenkins said he
db's not see the sense in


building another
% M large-scale marina as
it would create over
500 boat slips on the
9.25 mile island.
"Business is dead
everywhere since the
recession. The mari-
nas are empty," Mr
Jenkins said.
"And it is all the
big developments
R: Brent that are failing.
onette "I'm not against
development, I'm just
against these big projects
that don't work.
"It's the small, sustain-
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PROSTITUTION

RING APPEARS

TO BE UP AND

RUNNING AGAIN
AFTER being shut down
nearly two years ago, it
appears that a multi-national
prostitution ring is up and
running again at the former
Mayfair Hotel on West Bay
Street.
Scoping out the building on
Monday night, The Tribune
witnessed one of the "han-
dlers" for the women, who
are said to be housed in the
complex, approach three
American male tourists and
offer them the girls' "ser-
vices."
In full sight of the Fort
SEE page nine

TRIAL DATES

SET FOR FINAL

TWO STRAW

VENDORS
A BAIL hearing and
* trial dates have been set
for the final two Bahami-
an straw vendors who
pleaded not guilty in New
York to dealing in coun-
terfeit goods.
The Ministry of Foreign
Affairs announced late
yesterday that a bail hear-
ing was held for Roshan-
dra Rolle yesterday when
she was released on her
own recognizance. Her tri-
al date is expected to be
decided shortly.
Marvette Ferguson,
who is scheduled for a bail
hearing on October 29,
will go on trial on Novem-
ber 9.
Five of the nine
Bahamian straw vendors
arrested and charged in
SEE page nine

GUNSHOTS FIRED
IN ARMED ROBBERY
AN ARMED ROB-
BERY at the Original Pat-
ties store on Tonique
Williams-Darling Highway
yesterday ended with gun-
shots being fired in the
parking lot. Two masked
men reportedly robbed the
store and customers,
including a visiting busi-
nessman from the US. The
men fled into the Yellow
Elder area after firing three
shots in the parking lot.
There were also reports
of another man being shot
by police. The man was
reportedly shot after
attempting to escape cus-
tody from the East Street
Police Station.


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Media reports

on Grpahiam-Alem

application branded

'deliberate lies'

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MEDIA reports that
Vinette Graham-Allen,
Director of Public Prosecu-
tions, has not resubmitted
her application to the
Bahamas Bar are "deliber-
ate lies," it was claimed yes-
terday.
Officials within the
department said that
although Mrs Graham-
Allen's application was
returned, the DPP resubmit-
ted the form following writ-
ten communication from the
Bar about the corrections
needed.
The inaccurate report,
which appeared on the front
page of a local daily yester-
day, indicated Mrs Graham-
Allen's application was
rejected last month due to
"procedural irregularities,"
including "issues related to
the size of paper she used."
The failure to resubmit
the Bar application would
have prevented Mrs Gra-
ham-Allen from prosecuting
cases in the Bahamas.
In an interview last
month, Mrs Graham-Allen
told The Tribune she is pre-
pared to do all she can to
help the citizens of the
Bahamas regain trust in
their judicial system.
She said that she aims to
achieve this primarily
through reducing the exist-
ing backlog of criminal cases
and preventing a similar.
build-up in the future.


Ambulance driver: I want my



job back or money I'm owed

Tribune Freeport Reporter Claims unfair dismissal by hospital officials
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FREEPORT - As actor
John Travolta has decided not
to pursue the attempted
extortion case in connection
with the death of his son in
Grand Bahama, veteran
ambulance driver Marcus
Garvey - who was terminated
for breach of patient confi-
dentiality - feels he should be
reinstated or paid the money
he claims to be owed.
Mr. Garvey claims he was
unfairly dismissed by hospi-
tal officials. He maintains his
innocence and denies having
breached hospital or patient
confidentiality.
He was one of two emer-
gency workers in the ambu-
lance that took 16-year-old
Jett Travolta to the hospital
on January 2, 2009.
Mr Garvey was fired after a
video interview of a man -
allegedly him - appeared on
an online entertainment web-
site.
"I never gave anyone infor-
mation pertaining to the hos-
pital or any patient," insisted
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TRAGIC: Jett Travolta. Mr. Gar-
vey helped take the teenager to
hospital on January 2, 2009.
missal in February 2009.
Mr Garvey worked in
emergency services for 17
years, was named employee
of the year on two occasions,
and was also a volunteer at


the Rand Memorial Hospital
for 13 years.
He noted that Mr Travolta
thanked him personally for
his efforts on the day his son
died.
"John Travolta thanked me
and tapped me on my back
and told me what a good job I
did," Mr Garvey recalled.
After the attempted extor-
tion retrial of Senator Pleas-
ant Bridgewater and ambu-
lance driver Tarino Light-
bourne was dropped in Sep-
tember because Mr Travolta
decided not to pursue it, Mr
Garvey said he tried to meet
with hospital administrators
regarding his job.
"No one wants to see me. It


has been very rough trying to
get a job and providing for
my family as I should," said
the father of five.
"They never tried to do a
proper investigation and my
job was taken away from me
hastily.
"I continue to maintain my
innocence."
Mr Garvey also claims he
did not receive sufficient rep-
resentation from his union.
He attempted to get help
from the Labour Board, but
was unsuccessful.
Mr Garvey said he has spo-
ken with an attorney and is
planning to pursue legal
action against the govern-
ment.


CUUHI UORDEAL: U.S. actor
John Travolta and wife Kelly Pre-
ston leave the court building in
Nassau, Bahamas, Wednesday,
Sept.. 23, 2009. Travolta
described the moments before
his son's death in the Bahamas
as he testified against two people
accused of trying to blackmail
him with private information
about the rescue effort.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2010, PAGE 3


Chinese officials confident over




Bahamian workers for Baha Mar


PM meets with

Chairman of

the Standing

Committee


DECLARING that China fully
appreciates the Bahamas governmen-
t's concern over the labour component
of the Baha Mar project, the Standing
Committee of the National People's
Congress of China said it is confident
that the 'China Export Import Bank
(EXIM Bank) has no reservations
about employing as many Bahamian
workers as possible on the resort devel-
opment.
Chairman of the Standing Commit-
tee Wu Bangguo made this statement
when he met with Prime Minister
Hubert Ingraham at Anhui Hall of the
Great Hall of the People in Beijing on
Tuesday.
The employment of Bahamian work-
ers during the Baha Mar development
would result in the transfer of knowl-
edge and help develop human
resources in the Bahamas, he said.
Both Mr Ingraham and the chair-
man emphasised the great importance
of the relationship between the
Bahamas and China, and the advance-
ment of this relationship to both coun-
tries' mutual benefit.
The chairman noted that the simul-
taneous presence of Prime Minister
Ingraham, President of the Senate
Lynn Holowesko and Speaker of the
House of Assembly Alvin Smith in the
People's Republic of China was indica-


CHAIRMAN of the Standing Committee Wu Bangguo and Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham.


tive of the strength of the relationship.
Highlighting significant points since
the establishment of diplomatic rela-
tions between the two countries in
1997, the chairman culminated with
the most recent developments, includ-
ing the execution of a Tax Informa-
tion Exchange Agreement (TIEA)
between the Bahamas and China and
the loan agreement with the EXIM
Bank for the Airport Gateway road
project.
Prime Minister Ingraham thanked
the People's Republic of China for the
speed in which its government moved
to conclude the TIEA and reported
that the design phase for the road
works is to commence shortly.
Finally, the chairman noted China's
support for the Bahamas' efforts to


accede to the World Tiade Organisa-
tion.
Prime Minister Ingraham and the
chairman noted their satisfaction that
the proposed Confucius Classroom at
the College of the Bahamas is sched-
uled to be opened early in 2011.
. Mr Ingraham visited for the first time'
the Embassy of the Bahamas in Beijing
and addressed a reception hosted by
the embassy with representatives from
the diplomatic and business commu-
nity and Bahamian students in Beijing.
He was accompanied by the Minister
of National Security Tommy Turn-
quest, Minister of Labour and Social
Development Dion Foulkes, Ambas-
sador to China Elma Campbell and
officials from the Office of the Prime
Minister,


Man accused of security guard's


murder denies being at club


By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff, Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net
A MAN on trial for the
murder of a Cocktails and
Dreams security guard took
the witness stand in his own
defence yesterday, testifying
that he was not responsible
for the victim's death.
'Raphael Neymour is on tri-
al for the August 30, 2007
shooting death of Huel
Charles Ferguson, who
worked as a security guard at
the West Bay Street nightclub
at the time.
: Neymour denied that he
was at Cocktails and Dreams
at the time Mr Ferguson was
killed.

Arrest
The Yellow Elder Gardens
resident claimed that prior to
his arrest he had worked at
Atlantis as an electrician.
Neymour recalled that he
was at Fort Charlotte on the
morning of August 30, with
his cousin and other workers
who were waiting to be
picked up for work:


He testified that he had
decided to roll a marijuana
joint to smoke and sought a
safe place to do so.
Before he could follow
through with this, Neymour
said the police converged on
him with guns drawn.
Neymour told the court
that he tried to flee from the
officers because he had ille-
gal drugs on him, however,
he subsequently surrendered
and was taken into custody.
"To my knowledge I
thought I was only getting
arrested for dope. When I got
to CID they. told me I was
arrested for murder," Ney-
mour said.
During cross-examination
by lead prosecutor Sandra
Dee Gardiner, Neymour
claimed that he had arrived
at Haynes Oval before 7am.
He said he was not wearing
a white shirt that morning.
Neymour said he was
wearing a beige button-up


shirt and grey Dickies
trousers. He said that his
cousin Arthur Cambridge was
wearing a white T-shit and
black pants.

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Mrs Gardiner suggested to
Neymour that he had gone to
Cocktails and Dreams earli-
er that morning and killed Mr
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the establishment.
Neymour denied this sug-
gestion. He claimed that
police placed him on an ID
parade but never interrogated
him about the security guard's
murder.
The trial continues today
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Obama seeks votes among the unemployed


WOONSOCKET, Rhode Island - Econ-
omy is destiny for the Democrats and Presi-
dent Barack Obama, who began his cam-
paign week in Rhode Island, where unem-
ployment is measured at 11.5 per cent. He
has stops planned in Pennsylvania (at 9 per
cent), Illinois (9.9 per cent) and Ohio (10 per
cent) before Election Day.
Just as striking as the jobless figures is the
calculation that those are among the states
where the president might make a difference
in the final days of the campaign, perhaps
helping salvage a handful of key races for
the beleaguered Democrats. He won those
four states and their 70 electoral votes in
2008, some handily, some not, and will need
them again in his re-election campaign in
2012. On a one-day trip to the nation's small-
est state on Monday, Obama presented a pair
of arguments to voters still making up their
minds.
The first asserts that the Republicans drove
the economy into the proverbial ditch over
the eight years of the Bush administration
and now offer a return trip to the wreckage.
The second, more forward-looking, says that
due to policies his administration and Democ-
rats in Congress put into place - nothanks to
the Republican Party - improvement is in
the air.
"It needs some body work, needs a tuneup.
But it's pointing in the right direction. The
engine is turning and it's ready to go," he
said at a fundraiser in Rhode Island, where
joblessness is fourth highest in the country.
Earlier, Obama described a factory he had
just toured in the same upbeat terms in which
he wants voters to view the overall econo-
my. "Like most small businesses, American
Cord and Webbing has gone through some
tough times in the past few years," he said.
"Early in 2009, they lost customers and had to
- lay off some workers.... And then invested in
new products and pursued new customers.
And over the past year, they've hired back all
the workers they had to. lay off. And today
business is going well."
Ascendant Republicans, working to har-
ness the anger of the tea party movement,
are content to let Obama explain the past
and peer into the economic future.
They focus on the present in the form of a
question - Where are the jobs? -first asked
months ago by Rep. John Boehner, the
Ohioan in line'to become speaker of the
House if his party wins control.


In fact, there is no disputing that Republi-
cans opposed, slowed and obstructed legisla-
tion that Obama sought and Democrats
passed. Call it crass political opportunism, as
Obama does, or principled disagreement, as
Republicans do, the result was the same.
Trench warfare gripped Congress for nearly
two years amid high unemployment and a
wave of home foreclosures, bank failures and
personal bankruptcies. And now comes a
political campaign in which the economy is
the central issue.
The partisan lines firmed up quickly after
the 2008 elections.
In the House, nary a Republican voted
for the $814 billion economic stimulus bill
that passed in February 2009. In the Senate.
the Republican Party sent a signal of opposi-
tion, erecting a 60-vote requirement that Oba-
ma and the Democrats were able to over-
come only with the help of three renegades.
Republicans attacked the bill as unneces-
sary federal spending, choosing to overlook
that it included $400 tax cuts for most indi-
viduals and $800 for couples. "The bill that
was about jobs, jobs, jobs has turned into a bill
that's about spending, spending, spending,"
Boehner said moments before it passed the
House, contemptuously letting a copy of the
1,071-page measure fall to the floor.
Republican Party Chairman Michael
Steele spoke scathingly of a bill that expand-
ed unemployment benefits, food stamps and
other programmes designed to ease the
impact of the worst recession since the 1930s.
"The Democrat plan focuses on putting
Americans on the public dole," he said.
The stage set, Republicans and Democrats
played out their roles on the big items that fol-
lowed - the health care bill, a measure to
regulate Wall Street, small business legislation
and more. Each time a bill passed over strong
opposition, Obama and Democrats hailed
their triumphs, Republicans called it more
big government spending. Joblessness rose,
impervious to political argument.
Republican critics claimed cause and
effect, which is easy to argue and all but
impossible politically to refute.
Democrats said that they hJad inherited
an economy in worse shape than even they
expected and that without their policies,
unemployment would be even higher.
(This article was written by David Espo,
AP special correspondent).


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An


open


appeal to


the


PM


on


Baha Mar


EDITOR, The Tribune.
Please publish this open
appeal to the Prime Minis-
ter by a local engineer on
behalf of the engineering
community to participate in
the BahaMar project.
Dear Rt. Hon. Hubert
Ingraham,
This is in response to the
comments that wqre attrib-
uited to the Rt. Ion. Prime
Minister made on 29th Sep-
tember, 2010, with reference
to local engineers not being
qualified to work on the
BahaMar project.
It is acknowledged that,
given the grand scale of the
BahaMar project, the said
group might lack the com-
plete capacity to undertake
on behalf of the Government,
the related engineering
designs, reviews, project man-
agement and services.
However, acknowledgment
cannot justify exclusion, nor is
it acceptance that the above
statement is true.
Rather it reinforces the
need for more, rather than
less participation, while
strongly opposing the stance
of no participation from the
local engineering communi-
ty.
Any arguments to the con-
trary would be disingenuous.
A joint-venture between
whichever foreign entity suc-
cessfully bids and is approved
to conduct engineering ser-.
vices on behalf of the Gov-
ernment, would be a satisfac-
tory outcome.
But such an outcome, we
need hardly say, is, peculiarly
within the ability of the gov-
ernment to make happen.
The redevelopment of the
LPIA is an excellent example
of collaborative inclusion of
Bahamian engineering pro-
fessionals in the completion
of the works.
The Bahamas Government
should strongly advocate on
behalf of local engineers, for
them to work alongside any
foreign entity that is brought
into the country, so that
among any other benefits,


their capacity to carry out
future projects of this magni-
tude would be enhanced.
There will be an obvious need
for continued operations and
maintenance and who would
be better suited to conduct
the same than those who
assisted in its
installation/design or was it
intended that such engineer-
ing services be carried out by
others as well?
We would naturally not
expect compensation on par
with those who have the
"experience", but we would
like to be involved in every
phase and every aspect of
development in our fields of
expertise.
This is a not-to-be-missed
opportunity.
As we see it, the present
and continuing interests of all
- The Bahamas, The
Bahamas Government,
BahaMar, and ourselves - are
safeguarded by our participa-
tion.
Quite apart from the fore-
going, the question of partic-
ipation of the local engineer-
ing community highlights
what appears to us, to be a
serious omission.
What is missing is a care-
fully thought out and applied
policy, with respect to mean-


ingful participation by local
professionals, in all spheres
of national development.
We in the engineering
community are ready, willing
and able to assist with giving
our input to the formulation
of such a policy.
We therefore would appre-
ciate it, if the Government of
the Bahamas agrees to adopt
a policy that is consistent with
the provisions of the Engi-
neering Act 2004, that pro-
motes the inclusion of local
technical professional exper-
tise in all spheres of the
Bahamas' development and
ensures that Bahamian engi'-
neers are given every oppor-
tunity to enhance and develop
their technical expertise on
projects that are to be
designed, constructed and
maintained within the con-
fines of the Bahamas.
I have been monitoring
with interest your positive
move to include Bahamian
contractors in this project and
was optimistic that this is a
step to incorporate the engi-
neering community also.
Mr. Priine Minister, we
look forward to your inter-
vention in insisting that there
be more participation.
CHRIS SYMONETTE
Local Professional
Engineer
Electrical and Service
25 years of practice.
Nassau,
October 27, 2010.


EDITOR, The Tribune.
I had planned to do a "Pearl Harbour" on the proposed
Baha Mar development in its present form before the end
of this year through the Letters to the Editor column.
However, I'm forced to ask one question after watching
Jones & Co on Sunday, 17th October, on JCN TV.
I was flabbergasted when I heard the following con-
versation between the host and a Baha Mar representa-
tive.
Sir, I may be paraphrasing the participants but I believe
your readers will get my point.
Host Wendall Jones: What is the amount China's bank
will lend to Baha Mar?
Baha Mar Representative: $2.6 billion.
Host Wendall Jones: What is the input from Baha
Mar?
Baha Mar Representative: $850 million.
If that is correct, then the total amount of the pro-
posed development is really $3.45 billion.
So, the development is really bigger than we have been
told.
But, then I ask the question, if Baha Mar can cough up
$850 million towards this mega development, why could-
n't they settle the $200 million Bank of Nova Scotia
loan? ,
In its present form, the revelations make absolutely no
sense!
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By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
aturnquest@tribunemedia.net
FIFTEEN College of the
Bahamas lecturers are due
to appear in court today to
contest the legality of salary
cuts made by the institution
following their government-
sanctioned strike.
In May of this year,
numerous faculty members
discovered upon checking
their accounts that their
salaries had been cut due to
their assumed participation
in a three-and-a-half day
strike in April.
According to the Union
of Tertiary Educators of the
Bahamas (UTEB), the
reported pay cuts were said
to range between $400 and
$700, and conflicted with


pay slips received by faculty
that indicated their bank
accounts had been credited
with their normal salaries.
However, upon physical-
ly checking their bank
accounts, they discovered
that they had not received
their full salaries.
The lecturers will be rep-
resented in the Magistrate's
Court by attorneys from the
law firm of Evans and Co.
The UTEB strike was the
result of a strike vote cast
in November last year
towards achieving a timely
resolution to industrial
agreement negotiations.
Prior to the faculty union
members engaging in indus-
trial action on the first day
of exams at the institution in
April, the college released
several statements that indi-


cated its plans to withdraw
payment from those who
opted to withdraw labour.
The institution advised
all faculty members who
were not participating in the
strike to inform the college
directly or it would be
assumed that they were tak-
ing part in the action.
After two years of public
dispute, demands and alle-
gations, strike action,
today's legal suit, and ulti-
mately external arbitration,
the faculty members are still
without an industrial agree-
ment document.
The union was said to be
compiling data from a
recent poll distributed to
faculty to gain a consensus
about the current industrial
agreement proposal being
offered.


Two men wanted for questioning

in connection with shooting
By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net


FREEPORT - Grand Bahama Police are
searching for two men wanted for questioning
in connection with Monday's Garden Villas
shooting.
Asst Supt Hector Delva, assistant press liai-
son officer, said an all points bulletin has been
issued for 25-year-old Rodnell Octavien, aka
"Geo", and 29-year-old George Alexander
Ferguson.
According to police reports, gunmen
stormed an apartment at Garden Villas around
2.30pm on Monday and shot a Bimini man.
The suspects escaped in a tan coloured Sat-
urn car.
The victim was taken to Rand Memorial
Hospital where he remains in stable condi-
tion. The police are asking for the public's
help in locating the two suspects.
Octavien's last known address was 24 Impe-
rial Gardens, East Atlantic Drive.
He is about 5ft 8in tall, slim build, dark com-
plexion, dark brown eyes, and weighs 160-170


pounds.
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THIS past weekend at ago - to assume a lead-
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of Labour's (CCL) 17th Caribbean-wide organi-
Triennial Delegate Con- station.
gress held in Grenada, UTEB in a press state-
Jennifer Isaacs-Dotson, mcent yesterday said that
president of the Union of after years of dedicated
Tertiary Educators of the service to the trade union
Bahamas (UTEB) and movement in the
assistant secretary gener- Bahamas and the College
al of the National Con- Jennifer of the' Bahamas, Ms
gress of Trade Unions Isaacs-Dotson Isaacs-Dotson's selection
Bahamas (NCTUB), was to the prestigious region-
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ond vice-president of the CCL. plishment for the Bahamas.
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woman - and the first Bahami- that promotes the welfare and
an since Leonard Archer served interests of affiliated labour
as president more than a decade organizations and has as its aim


to fight for the economic, social,
educational, and cultural rights
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union movements, among other
things.
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Senator David Massiah
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ident Ann Marie Burke (Bar-
bados) - first vice-president
Jennifer Isaacs -Dotson
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fundraiser on November 6.
The fundraising ball, entitled "An Evening
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.By GLADSTONE THURSTON
IN their quest to have only
authentically Bahamian prod-
ucts sold at the new multi-mil-
lion dollar craft market in
downtown Nassau, artisans on
Wednesday got support from
two senior government officials.
"The Bahamas is on your
side," Agriculture and Marine
Resources Minister Larry
Cartwright told the Bahamas
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fifth annual general meeting.
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FROM page one
able developments are
working."
Great Guana Cay resi-
dents said Orchid Bay devel-
opers are planning a $400
million development includ-
ing a $150 million Rose-
wood brand waterfront
hotel, set aside 66 boat slips
for visitors to the hotel, and
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details of the development.


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* Residents of the six by
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Prostitution ring appears


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FROM page one

Charlotte Police Station, the
man asked the group if they
were interested in purchasing
any women for the night.
Avoiding his remarks, the men
continued down the street,
despite being followed and
assured by the handler that
whatever they were seeking he
could "supply."
In its investigations, The Tri-
bune was assured by sources
close to the matter, that
Jamaican and Haitian women
are continuing to be sold in the
building - despite its proximity
to the Fort Charlotte Police
Station. These women, the
insider said, would come down
from the rooms they inhabit
and either solicit sales them-
selves or be "introduced" to her
"John" by a designated "han-
dler" in the general vicinity.
When contacted yesterday
about the continuing activity at
the Mayfair Hotel, officers from
the Fort Charlotte station said
they knew "nothing" about any
prostitution taking place at the
facility.
In a telephone interview with
The Tribune, one officer said: "I
have no idea about that. And
I'm sure my OC (officer in
charge) doesn't know anything
about that either."
When pressed further on the
history of the building, one of
the officers posted at the sta-
tion admitted that such activity
had happened there before, but


veillance at Junkanoo-Beach,
which is directly across the
street from the Mayfair Hotel.
This equipment it appears has
done little to stop the illicit sale
of drugs on the beach and the
reported prostitution.


THE building on West Bay Street


the raids at that time were only
conducted in conjunction with
the Department of Immigra-
tion on the grounds that the
foreign nationals (Haitian and
Jamaican women) had over-
stayed their visas.
At that time, Assistant
Superintendent Oscar Sands
was the officer in charge of the
Fort (Charlotte station and led
the raid on the MayFair hotel -
noting even then that his sta-
tion was "not unaware" of what
was going on at the nearby
brothel.
However, this raid proved to


be of little success.
Reportedly, the operators of
the brothel were "tipped off"
moments before the Police and
Immigration team arrived. As a
result the majority of the pros-
titutes escaped in a waiting bus,
with the rest escaping in nearby
bushes.
It is still unknown even up
to this date if the informant
who alerted the brothel of the
impending raid was involved
with the police/Immigration
operation that day.
The police have placed
closed circuit television sur-


FROM page one
New York on September 18 as they headed
home to sell their counterfeit purchases in
the straw market, pleaded guilty to conspir-
acy to defraud the US government. They
are now in Nassau. They were sentenced to
time served and put on probation.


The remaining four, who pleaded not
guilty to the charges, now have to face court
hearings.
On Monday trial dates were set for the
cases of Gale Rolle and Marva Ferguson.
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4. The Ministry said that the Consul General
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"Given my office looks
down on the scene, I can con-
firm that several (three or
more) police officers fired
multiple times (10 to 15
rounds). "Despite multiple
hits, the individual was still
alive when the ambulance
took him away, but it did not
look promising for him."
East Bay Street was closed
off immediately after the
shooting and traffic was
diverted through the Harbour
Bay shopping centre to
Shirley Street as police offi-
cers evaluated the crime
scene.
Bullet casings were circled
and photographed at the
entrance to the Montague
Gardens restaurant parking
lot, and in front of the Nassau
Yacht Club where bloody
clothing was left undisturbed
on the pavement. .


A handgun appeared to
have been recovered by crime
scene investigators and the
Nissan Sunny, registration
number 172832, was searched
in front of the Nassau Yacht
Club.
However police refused to
provide details of the shooting
to reporters on the scene.
An Eastern Road woman
expressed outrage over the
shooting as she said police
were unnecessarily violent as
children sat in classrooms at
Summit Academy across the
road and there were several
drivers and pedestrians in the
area.
"I'm fed up with excessive
violence," she told The Tri-
bune.
"The man had nowhere to
go, where was he going to run
to? Into the ocean?
"This is an area where
there are schools and busi-
nesses.
"Police should learn how


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to better tackle these situa- Police Press Liaison Offi-
tions. cer Sgt Chrislyn Skippings
"Instead of shooting him in confirmed the shooting at
the torso, why didn't they around 10.45am. 5
shoot him to injure him?" She said she would not be
Anyone with any informa- present at the scene but issued
tion that may assist investiga- a statement to the media later
tions into the shooting should in the day.
call police 502-9991 or call At around 11.45am an offi-
Crime Stoppers anonymously cer at the scene told reporters
on 328-TIPS (8477). Assistant Superintendent
This latest incident is remi- Hulan Hanna would issue a
niscent of another police- statement later in the day.
involved shooting that Several calls to ASP Hanna
occurred on Bay Street in late were unanswered and mes-
September. sages not returned.
At that time, 57-year-old Calls and messages left for
Reginald Smith was shot in Assistant Commissioner of
his upper thigh by a mobile Police Glenn Miller were also
patrol officer in front of the unanswered.
Straw Market. Smith, police At 4pm Sgt Skippings said
claim, was brandishing a box she was waiting for the official
cutter at the time. Although statement.
his wound was not thought to Sgt Skippings then called
be life-threatening at the time, The Tribune to advise
Smith later died in hospital, reporters to contact Mr
The officer involved in that Miller.
shooting was put on adminis- However, Mr Miller was
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NOTICE
THOMPSON BOULEVARD, FARRINGTON ROAD &
JFK DRIVE ROUNDABOUT


Jose Cartellone Construcciones Civiles S.A wishes to inform the
motoring public that Road Pavement Works will be carried out on
sections of Thompson Boulevard, Farrington Road & JFK Drive
from Thursday October 28th to Friday October 29th, 2010
between the hours of 7:00pm to 7:00am.
Motorist travelling along this vicinity should use the following
alternative routes as shown on the map. (See Reverse)

Southbound Traffic- WEST BAY STREET
- Motorist travelling southbound from WEST BAY STREET should
use the newly constructed ROAD CORRIDOR 5 (btwn. West Bay
Street & JFK Drive junction) turn right on SANDFORD DRIVE turn
left on MARLIN DRIVE continue on DOLPHIN DRIVE use
BETHEL AVENUE as an alternative, continue on TURNQUEST
AVE turn left at the round-about, continue on ROAD CORRIDOR
4 (btwn. JFK Drive junction & TWD Highway) and proceed to your
destination.

Eastbound Traffic- PROSPECT RIDGE ROAD
- Motorist travelling eastbound from PROSPECT RIDGE ROAD
should observe all diversion signs and use the following routes as
an alternate: HARROLD ROAD/TONIQUE WILLIAMS- DARLING
HIGHWAY, ROAD CORRIDOR 4, TURNQUEST AVE, BETHEL
AVENUE, DOLPHIN DRIVE, MARLIN DRIVE, SANDFORD
DRIVE the newly constructed ROAD CORRIDOR 5 and continue
on WEST BAY STREET to your destination.

Westbound Traffic- THOMPSON BLVD.
Motorist travelling westbound from THOMPSON BLVD should
observe all diversion signs and use the following routes as an al-
ternate: HAWTHORNE ROAD, FARRINGTON ROAD, EDEN
STREET, FOSTER STREET, NORTH DUNMORE AVENUE and
CHIPPINGHAM ROAD to your destination.

Motorist and pedestrians are advised to travel with caution and
while in the area. Kindly observe all Traffic Management Signs
and Flagmen in place as you travel to your destination.


,JOl


Your patience throughout this project is greatly appreciated. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and delays caused.


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


For further information please contact:


Ministry of Public Works & Transport
Project Execution Unit
Hotline: (242) 302-9700
Email: publicworks @bahamas.gov. bs


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the new president of the
Kiwanis Club of Over-the-
Hill.
Mr Whyte was born to
Pastor Henry and Henri-
etta Whyte in James' Cis-
tern, Eleuthera on Sep-
tember 18, 1970.
He attended the James'
Cistern Primary School
and continued his educa-
tion at the Windermere
High School, where he was
graduated in 1986.
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Cookman College, now
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versity.
While there, he held var-
ious offices in the Pre-
Alumni Council of the,
United Negro College
Fund (UNCF) rising to the
office of president at the
local level.
He then became nation-
al vice president of the
Pre-Alumni' Council of
UNCF.
In 1991 he was graduat-
ed as senior class president
with a Bachelors degree in
psychology and minors in
education and music.
Mr Whyte has worked
with the Ministry of Edu-
cation for the last 17
years.
He is presently posted at
the AF Adderley Junior
High School as head of
department for the Per-
forming Arts.
As an educator, he has
served on various school
and national committees
including the Music Edu-
cators National Confer-
ence (MENC).
While teaching at Oakes
Field Primary School, he
was named Teacher of the
Year.
Mr Whyte joined the
Kiwanis Club of Over-the-
Hill in 1994. A two time
Kiwanian of the Year, he
has served on various com-
mittees and boards.
Under the theme for the
administrative year 2010 -
2011 - "Focused Leader-
ship in Challenging Times"
- Mr Whyte said he aspires
to take the club to higher
heights in community ser-
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An American who already
may be caned for overstay-
ing his visa in Singapore was
charged with fraud Friday
for allegedly scamming an
Australian man out of thou-
sands of dollars.
. Prosecutors alleged Fri-
day that calls made from
Kamari Charlton's mobile
phone in March deceived
Mirko Prskalo into sending


Prskalo was told that his
nephew and family in Sin-
gapore urgently needed the
money, court documents
showed.
Police said they are also
investigating Charlton for
money laundering.
The 37-year-old Charlton
was a reserve tight end and
special teams player for
Florida State University in
the mid-1990s. He was
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JOSE CARTELLONE CONSTRUCCIONES CIVILES S.A. has been awarded a Contract by the Government of
The Bahamas for the Completion of the New Providence Road Improvement Project (International Package).

Please be advised that from Tuesday October 19th 2010, Road Works will be
Implemented on sections of Market Street.

WHAT 18 THIS PHASE OF THE PROJECT ABOUT?
Road improvements will be carried out on the new one way couplet system on Market Street, starting from Wulff
Road to Robinson Road. The works include Milling of existing pavement, installation of new drainage
facilities, utilities, asphalt pavement, sidewalks, street lighting, traffic signs and road markings.

WHAT TO EXPECT IN A FEW WEEKS?
The public should expect partial lane closures on the eastern side of Market Street. Motorists are encouraged to
follow the temporary traffic diversion signs in place.
While works are ongoing access will be granted to residents, motorist & pedestrians travelling through the
following lateral Streets:
* ANDROS AVE
* WHITE ROAD
* PALMETTO AVE
* CORDEAUX AVE
* BAHAMA AVE
* ELEUTHERA CLOSE
* POINCIANA AVE
* COCONUT GROVE
* PALM TREE AVE
Construction works will be carried out in different stages as the works progress towards Duke Street. Updates will
be posted and announced through the media.

LOCAL BUSINESSES.
Kindly advise customers & clients that access will be granted to your business place during the construction
works. Signs will be in place to identify safe passage for Pedestrians.

We do apologize for any inconvenience caused and we look forward to the cooperation of the motoring
public.

For further Information please contact:


(The Contractor)
Jose Cartellone Construcciones CMIvies S.A
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am to 6:00 pm
Tel: (242)322-8341 or (242)322-2610
Email: bahamasneighbors@cartel!one com.ar


(The Contracting Agency)
Ministry of Public Works & Transport
The Project Execution Unit,
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Haq said Charlton was
previously offered bail but
declined to pay it and will
likely be detained at least
until a pre-trail conference
on October 29.


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MINISTRY OF WORKS & TRANSPORT

NOTICE


CORRIDOR 13A


ROBINSON ROAD
MINNIE STREET to EAST STREET
Temporary Road Closure & Diversions


Jose Cartelha Construcciones Civiles S.A wishes to advise the motoring public that a Temporary Road
Closure will be carried out on sections of Robinson Road between MINNIE STREET and EAST STREET
frmThurdA October 28.2010.
Road construction works will be ongoing westbound to facilitate the installation of new twenty-four inches
(24")water i Construction works will be carried out in different stages as the works progress towards East
Street.
Other works to be carried out during this phase of construction will include:
* Mling of exting pavement
* Installation of new Drainage facilities
* Installation of new/upgrade Utility services
* Sidewalks
* Improved Street Lighting
* New Asphalt Pavement
Motorist travelling eastbound should divert through:
PALM BEACH ST. B-* ALFOUR AVE. -+ CLARIDGE ROAD.
Motorist travelling westbound should divert through
CLARIDGE RD. - MINNIE ST.

Local access will be granted to residents, pedestrians and the affected businesses during the construction
process, Signs will be in place to identify safe passage for Pedestrians and Access points to the businesses in the
area.
The public will be updated through of the local media (radio & television) for regular updates.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that may be caused by the closure and look forward to the co-
operation of the motoring public throughout this project.

For further information please contact:
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Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am to 6:00pm Project Execution Unit
Office: (242) 322-8341/ 322-2610 Hotline: (242) 302-9700
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By RENALDO DORSETT teams will be looking to make come on board, the Potcakes, I
Sports Reporter an early impression in order which features a full squad of . '
rdorsett@tribunemedia.net to set the tone for this year's high school players," he said.


BUILDING on the success
of its national programme in
the past few years, the popu-
larity of rugby continues to
grow locally as the sport's local
governing body prepares for
an eagerly anticipated year.
The Bahamas Rugby Foot-
ball Union (BRFU) is sched-
uled to open its 2010-2011 sea-
son on Saturday, October 30,
at the Winton Rugby Pitch
with the first match of the Nas-
sau Cup.
The season premiere will
feature an opening match
between the defending nation-
al champion Cuckoos and the
Buccaneers beginning at 3pm.
The Cuckoos captured both
the Nassau Cup and the
Bahamas Cup last season
while the Buccaneers have
continued to make improve-
ments over the last few years
and are slated as contenders
for the upcoming season. Both


chase for both Cups.
BRFU director Elystan
Miles said he expects an excit-
ing season ahead. "It should
be a great year ahead. We
know all of the teams have
been working tremendously
hard at improving and the gap
has closed between the better
teams in the league and those
that finished behind in the
past," he said.
"There were seasons before
that were pretty predictable
and you could get a good idea
of what was going to happen,
but this year should be pretty
wide open."
Miles said the youth move-
ment has increased the popu-
larity of the game on the local
scene through the BRFU's
involvement in schools
throughout the country.
"Three of the clubs are real-
ly dominated by youth and
what is really exciting is that
we have a new club that has


final answer

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Allen Iver-
son seems set for another crossover - this
one from the NBA to the Turkish basket-
ball league.
On a night another NBA season opens,
Iverson will be checking his passport status.
He's close to a deal to sign with Besiktas,
and team executive board member Seref
Yalcin is ready to meet with him this week
to work out contract details.
For those close to Iverson, the idea of the
All-Star guard playing in Turkey instead of
braiding his cornrows for opening night is
an inglorious end to a 14-year career.
"I think it's sad having him have to go to
Turkey to finish his career," Bobcats coach
Larry Brown said Tuesday. "I wish there
was some way I was in a position to help."
Brown and the 2001 NBA MVP had a
contentious relationship with the Sixers,
but the two worked together despite several
disputes. Iverson had survived the rift with
Brown, joked about his memorable rants
about practice and had seemingly put his
troubled off-court past behind him. He was
humbled, and more reserved when he


"Going into schools and
teaching the game and recruit-
ing players has had a huge
impact on the growth of the
local game. My personal mis-
sion this year is to make that
growth expand and ideally
have each of the clubs host a
minor club."
The league's director said
as the game has grown and
reached a wide cross-section
of people, the perception of
the sport continues to change.
"We want to change the
perception of rugby in the
Bahamas. We want to change
the notion that it is a sport sim-
ply for ex-pats and'a danger-
ous sport," he said. "We feel
now that, at the international
and local level, we have teams
that give a true representation
of the makeup of the island as
more and more people come
to the game either through
recruitment or word of
mouth."


GREAT CAREER: 76ers' Iverson adjusts his.
head band during a game against the Indiana
Pacers in Philadelphia.
(AP Photo)

returned to the Sixers'last season.
Iverson turned 35 in June and had want-
ed to keep playing in the NBA. He has
been out of work since leaving the'Philadel-
phia in March to deal with family issues. He
returned to Atlanta to be with his family as
they dealt with an undisclosed illness of
his 4-year-old daughter, Messiah. Iverson-
's wife, Tawanna, filed for divorce the same
week he left the Sixers.


set for next month


By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter
rdorsett@tribunemedia.net


f ahamas Basket-
ball Federation
(BBF) is slated
to host a FIBA
Coaches Certification Clinic
(Level One) for basketball
coaches in Grand Bahama.
The clinic is to be con- '
ducted by coach Larry HEPBURN
Brown (not the one in the
NBA), a highly experienced
and accomplished FIBA certified coaching
instructor, 7-9pm November 5 and 10am-5pm
November 6 at St George's Gymnasium.
Brown has taught FIBA coaching clinics
throughout the US, Caribbean and Canada.
Individuals who are interested in participat-
ing in the clinic are asked to contact Mrs Kel-
ly Albury (e-mail: kealbury@hotmail.com) as
soon as possible.
In an effort to further develop the game of
basketball and increase the product produced
on the floor, the BBF continues its initiative to
improve the skills of coaches across the coun-
try.
With the status that basketball in the
Bahamas has reached at the international lev-
el, the BBF seeks to have the certification of its
coaches match the level of its talent.
The BBF will continue its mission of creating
more internationally qualified and certified
coaches for its national team programme with
a continuing series of certification courses.
The federation, in conjunction with FIBA -
the world governing body for basketball - has
conducted several Olympic Solidarity Certifi-
cated Basketball Coaches Clinic for level I and
level II coaches within the past year.


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pants received a certificated FIBA/BBF cer-
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"The objectives of the clinic is to increase the
pool of qualified coaches in the Bahamas with
a view to improving the quality of coaching in
our various leagues and youth development
programmes, paving the way for their long-
term .involvement in the sport," according to
the federation. ,: I, : , ." .'.,
BBF president Lawrence Hepburn said he
has seen some improvements in the level of
coaching, especially with the coaches' attitudes
on the court and how they discipline and coach
their players.
But he feels it's an ongoing process to con-
tinue improving until the level of coaching is at
an international standard. "We continue to
offer the types of programmes and clinics that
.updates our coaches on the latest information
on coaching and how coaching has changed
from what it used to be in the past," he said.
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to grow by leaps and bounds year after year.
We must shift with the rest of the world or we
risk being left behind. Part of that shift includes
a continuous effort to learn the changes in the
game and achieve internationally recognizable
certification," Hepburn said:..
"With Bahamians playing basketball all over
the world at the collegiate level:and excelling at
the pro level, obviously it speaks volumes about
the ability of the coaches we have' here, but
the internationally recognizable certification
is essential for development," he said.
"As a federation, whether it is this adminis-
tration or the next, we are faced with a mandate
-to educate our coaches," he said. "We must
also ensure that our young athletes are.in the
best possible position to succeed by receiving
the best possible coaching they can have."
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Wall's debut

a matchup of

past, present

top picks

ORLANDO, Florida (AP)
- Dwight Howard remem-
bers the hype, drama and
expectations surrounding his
debut as the No. I overall
pick. All eyes were on him.
So was all the pressure.
Pretty much what John
Wall feels now.
Tonight. Wall begins a new
era for the Washington Wiz-
ards. opening the regular sea-
son against Howard and the
Orlando Magic in a matchup
featuring past and present top
picks and the opening of the
NBA's newest arena.
"It wasn't easy," Howard
said of being the first pick in
2004.
"You can try to do too
much. Everybody's going to
want you to do this and do
that. But you just have to
learn how to play your role."
The major difference
between Howard and Wall -
other than their size and posi-
tion, of course - is that Wall
had the benefit of a season at
Kentucky while Howard
came straight out of high
school.


Celtics cool down Heat sBatumleads
Portland over


despite 31 from LeBron Phoenix 106-92
By ANNE M PETERSON
AP Sports Writer


I--r - - - - - - -------
PORTLAND, Oregon (AP) - Nicolas
Batum was characteristically humble about
his offensive.outburst in the Trail Blazers'
Batum had 19 points and 11 rebounds in
Portland's 106-92 victory over the Phoenix
Suns on Tuesday night. The Blazers
outscored the Suns 18-1 over the final 5:44,
and Batum had 11 of those points - includ-
ing three 3-pointers.
The 6-foot-8 Frenchman, who averaged
10.1 points last season, was asked afterward
if this is how he was going to play all season.
"I'll try," he said with a grin.
Brandon Roy added 24 points for the
Blazers, who fell to Phoenix in the first
round of the playoffs last season.
. Steve Nash had 26 points for the Suns,
who trailed most of the first half before
going ahead in.the third quarter. Nash's
turnaround jumper pushed the lead to 76-71.
Portland tied it at 86 on rookie Armon
day night's Johnson's jumper with 8:15 to 'go. After
Andre Miller's 19-foot jumper, Batum hit a
3-pointer and a pull-up jumper to make it
(AP Photo) 97-91 with 3:14 left.
Batum added two more 3-pointers, includ-
es because ing his final one with 22.9 seconds left.
ing. "Sorry "We didn't quite have enough tonight but
were going I'm optimistic that one of these days it's
't happen- going to click for us and we'll be a good
team," Nash said.


By HOWARD ULMAN
AP Sports Writer


BOSTON (AP) - LeBron James
and the Miami Heat were showered
with chants of "overrated!" They
sure looked that way in their debut
as a team formed to win a champi-
onship.
The old Big Three of the Boston
Celtics, playing under the franchise's
17 title banners, beat the new Big
Three of James, Dwyane Wade and
Chris Bosh 88-80 on Tuesday night.
The Heat, though, knew it would
take time to jell.
"It's a feel-out process," James
said. "When you have so many
options, it's something I'm not accus-
tomed to, having that many threats
out on the court at the same time."
Celtics coach Doc Rivers is con-
vinced the Heat will progress into a
title contender.
"They're going to be great," he
said.
Not yet, though. Wade and Bosh'
weren't even all that good on open-
ing night.
Wade was limited to 13 points on
4-of-16 shooting and Bosh added
eight points and eight rebounds. The
trio combined for 15 of the Heat's 17


ASSISTS KING: Celtics' Rajon Rondo shoots in the second half of Tues
game against the Miami Heat in Boston.


turnovers - eight by James, six by
Wade and one by Bosh. And Miami
was outscored 16-9 in the first quar-
ter. "This is one of 82," said Wade,
whose preseason action was limit-


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Angeles Tuesday night.
(AP Photo)

Stern presents rings to Lakers


LOS ANGELES (AP) -
The Los Angeles Lakers
unveiled their latest NBA
championship banner Tues-
day night on the west wall of
Staples Center and got their
rings handed to them by
Commissioner David Stern.
Then they were nearly
handed a large dose of humil-
ity by the Houston Rockets
before erasing a 15-point
deficit and pulling out a 112-
110 victory.
"It was an emotional'night
for them, so we knew that if
we jumped on them early,
we'd have a shot to steal this
one," said Rockets forward
Shane Battier.
"But they showed a lot of
resolve. They're the team to
beat, and the road to the
championship still goes
through them."
Sometimes, all this ring-cer-
emony hoopla can become a
distraction. In their 11 ban-
ner unveilings in Los Ange-


les, the Lakers have lost four
times - twice during the
"Showtime" era, when
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and
Magic Johnson were the mar-
quee names.
In 1985, Cleveland beat Pat
Riley's squad after they had
begun the defense of its title
with a 4-0 road trip. In 1982,
Golden State administered a
132-117 pounding at the
Forum - the worst loss by a
defending NBA champion on
banner night until 2006, when
the Riley-coached Heat got
trounced 108-66 by Chicago.
Kobe Bryant and Derek
Fisher, who matched Abdul-
Jabbar's and Magic Johnson's
Laker ring totals with their
fifth each, got their first one
the same night they lost to
Utah 97-92 in November
2000.
' Two years later, they cele-
brated their three-peat right
before San-Antonio beat
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INTRNAIOALSOT


BALL CONTROL: Newcastle United's Jonas Gutierrez (left) vies
for the ball with Arsenal's Bacary Sagna in English League Cup
fourth round match yesterday.
(AP Photo)

Arsenal routs Newcastle

4-0 in the League Cup

LONDON (AP) - Theo Walcott's double helped Arse-
nal rout Newcastle 4-0 on Wednesday to reach the quar-
terfinals of the League Cup.
Arsenal went ahead through Newcastle 'keeper Tim
Krul's 45th-minute own goal and Walcott netted his first
at the start of the second half.
Nicklas Bendtner scored in the 83rd minute before
Walcott completed an emphatic victory for Arsenal that
puts the club closer to ending a six-year trophy drought.
"People may say that this is a Mickey Mouse cup, but we
want to win trophies," Walcott said. "We want to look
back on the trophies we have won in otur career. At the
moment it's none, but if we keep playing like that I'm sure
it will come."
The matches between Aston Villa and Burnley and
West Ham and Stoke went into extra time.
Defending champion Manchester United advanced to
the quarterfinals on Tuesday along with Birmingham,
Wigan and West Bromwich Albion, and second-tier
Ipswich. The quarterfinal draw will be made Saturday.


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Stosur upsets Wozniacki in WTA Champs


By MICHAEL CASEY
AP Sports Writer


DOHA, Qatar (AP) -
Sam Stosur upset Caroline
Wozniacki 6-4, 6-3 on
Wednesday at the WTA
Championships, keeping alive
the race for the top ranking
for at least one more day.
Stosur, a runner-up at the
French Open, played some of
her most inspired tennis this
year. The Australian used a


powerful forehand and strong
serve to rattle the normally
consistent Wozniacki.
Stosur finished a tight first
set with a forehand winner
and turned up the heat in the
second, racing to a 5-2 lead.
But Wozniacki battled back
and nerves seemed to get the'
best of Stosur as she twice
double-faulted before closing
out the final game when Woz-
niacki returned her serve
long.


"I'm really pleased to get
through," a beaming Stosur
said as she came off the court.
"It's so exciting to be here.
It's a great way to finish the
year. You give everything you
got for the last week and it's
all come together so I'm very
happy." Wozniacki, who won
her opening match Tuesday
against Elena Dementieva,
would have secured the top
ranking for 2010 with a vic-
tory Wednesday.


BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION
VACANCY NOTICE


Favre won't rule

himself out vs.

the Patriots

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn.
(AP) - Brett Favre is not rul-
ing himself out of Sunday's
game at New England despite
two fractures in his left ankle.
The 41-year-old Favre wore
a large, gray walking boot on
his left leg to the podium for
his regular news conference,
saying he doesn't anticipate
participating in a full practice
this week.
'He spent Wednesday in the
training room instead, joining
his teammates for their post-
practice huddle and walking
off the field wearing the boot,
shorts, a sweatshirt and a
Twins cap.
Who would bet against
Favre? The Minnesota quar-
terback says he has always
had a knack for healing quick-
ly, which gives him hope he'll
be back when the Vikings (2-
4) play the Patriots (5-1).
"I would love to play, for
no other reason but I'm in
this, committed to this team,"
Favre said.
"I'd love to get this back
on track and be a part of it,
and more than anything func-
tion at a level that gives us a
chance to win. That's basical-
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aid groups as they stepped up efforts hoping to keep the disease from
reaching the camps of earthquake survivors in Port-au-Prince. (AP)


Protest prompts Haiti

government to seek new

cholera treatment site


PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti
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demonstrated Tuesday
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400-bed cholera treatment
center, the government of
Haiti asked humanitarian
groups to dismantle the near-
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treatment center would put
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of infection, residents threw
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in the treatment compound
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Canadian composer presents


book to Prime Minister


CANADIAN composer/pianist
Frank Mills (right) recently present-
ed a copy of his new book "My Travels
With Morley" to Prime Minister
Hubert Ingraham. The book tells the
tale of a series of yacht cruises through
the Bahama Islands during the 1990s
by a group of men who included Mr
Mills, accountant Macgregor Robert-
son, lawyer Sir Geoffrey Johnstone
and realtor John Morley who died in
2005.
Mr Morley's often hilarious and
unintentional malapropisms colour the
book's narrative, as in: "Hubert Ingra-
ham cast a brilliant shadow over the
land," or "If he was alive today he'd be
rolling over in his grave."


Mr Mills became a successful musi-
cian in the 1970s and has been a winter
resident of the Bahamas for many
years. His best-known composition is
"Music Box Dancer", which was top of
the charts in 26 countries and has sold
six million copies.
"Morleyisms were uttered on many
different occasions and in many dif-
ferent places," Mr Mills says in his
acknowledgements.
"Where possible they were recorded
by Macgregor Robertson. I chose to
weave (them) as best I could through-
out 'My Travels With Morley'."
The 122-page book was published
by Media Enterprises and is on sale
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BUSINESS owners, entre-
preneurs and managers turned
out in large numbers for the
2010 Visionary Business Lead-
ers and Entrepreneurs
Awards Conference last week
to hear presentations by some
of the country's leading busi-
nesspersons as well as finan-
cial experts.
Delivering the keynote
address at the conference,
which was held at the British
Colonial Hilton� was Deputy
Prime Minister and Minister
of Foreign Affairs Brent
Symonette who reiterated the
government's commitment to
assist in the development of
both small and large busi-
nesses in the country.
Also addressing the confer-
ence were Minister of Nation-
al Security Tommy Turnquest,
who highlighted efforts being
undertaken to address crime
in the business community,
and Minister of Youth Sports
and Culture Charles Maynard.
Visionary awards were pre-


sented to veteran business
leaders Joan Albury, presi-
dent of The Counsellors Ltd,
Pastor Silbert Mills, CEO and
owner of the Bahamas Chris-
tian Network, and Bahamas
Ferries for their role in com-
munity development.
A spokesperson for Vision-
aire Marketing said: "It's real-,
ly inspiring to see so many
business owners and persons
committed to improving their.
organizations. Over all the
conference was a great suc-
cess as the participants who
came from diverse industries
were really motivated to
improve their organizations
and appeared eager to put the
knowledge and information in
practice which they received
from the presenters."
"Visionaire Marketing is
most grateful to the many
attendees, as well as speakers
that took the time from their
busy schedules and also our
sponsors and most important
the Almighty God who made


this event all possible," con-
cluded the statement from the
marketing company. The con-
ference was held under the
theme, 'Surviving and Thriv-
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Participants also heard
from certified corporate
image consultant Stacia
Williams, president of Total
Image Management; Gus
Cartwright, president of
Checkers Caf6; Tennyson
Wells, president of Sanctuary
Investments and Echo Water;
former Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce president Dioni-
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AML and president of Super
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Colonial Hilton. Also pictured from left to right are Andrew Wilson, president of John S George and QBC,
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By ALI AKBAR DAREINI
Associated Press
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -
Iran began the process of
loading 163-fuel rods into the
reactor core of its first nuclear
powerplant-on Tuesday, cel-
ebrating the achievement as
proof that Tehran can out-
maneuver international sapc-
tions.
The plant, built with Russ-
ian help in the southern port
city of Bushehr, is not among
the aspects of Iran's nuclear
programme that are of top
concern to the international
community and is not directly
subject to sanctions. It has
international approval and is
supervised by the UN's
nuclear monitoring agency.
Nevertheless, Iran has tout-
ed its startup as an act of defi-
ance in the face of the penal-
ties and has held up the plant
as evidence that it only has
peaceful nuclear intentions.
The United States and some
of its allies believe Bushehr
and Iran's other civil nuclear
work is providing cover for a
secret weapons programme
under development.
"The great Iranian nation
can manage the sanctions with
its resistance, efforts and
endeavors and this is its
proof," Vice President Ali
Akbar Salehi told a news con-
ference broadcast'on state
TV.
The UN Security Council
has slapped four rounds of
sanctions against Iran over a
separate track of its nuclear
programmne - its enrichment
of uranium, which can be a
gateway to developing atom-
ic weapons.
Iran denies such an inten-
tion and says it only seeks to
master the technology to pro-
duce fuel for a planned net-


FUEL LOAD: A worker rides a bike in front of the reactor building of the Bushehr nuclear power plant, just outside the southern city
Iran, on Tuesday. Iran began loading fuel into the core of its first atomic power plant on Tuesday, moving closer to the start up
that leaders have touted as defying of international efforts to curtail the country's nuclear ambitions.


work of nuclear power facili-
ties, starting with Bushehr.'
On Tuesday, Iran loaded
the first three fuel assemblies
into the plant's reactor core,
beginning a process that will
take two months, said Salehi,
who is also head of the Atom-
ic Energy Organisation of
Iran.
The facility is expected to
begin supplying electricity to
the grid by mid-February.
US Secretary of State
Hillary Rodham Clinton
made it clear Tuesday that
Washington sees a distinction
between Bushehr and other
nuclear tracks it suspects are


meant to- give Tehran poten-
tial pathways to weapons.
"Iran is entitled to the
peaceful use of nuclear pow-
er," she said after speaking at
a UN Security Council meet-
ing to promote women's par-
ticipation in peacekeeping.
"They are not entitled to a
nuclear weapons pro-
gramme."
She said she was hopeful
that Iran would agree to
resume negotiations over the
other aspects of its nuclear,
work..
The European Union has
proposed a new round of talks
with Iran in Vienna in mid-


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PARLIAMENTARY REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT

PUBLIC NOTICE

VOTER REGISTRATION

The Parliamentary Commissioner wishes to remind the general public that Voter
Registration continues on a daily basis in New Providence and in the Family Islands.
Persons applying for registration must be Bahamian Citizens, 18 years and older and
must have resided in a particular constituency for three months or more.

Voter Registration Centres are opened in New Providence between the hours of 10:00am
- 4:00pm at the following locations:

(1) The Parliamentary Registration Department, Farrington Road
(2) The Town Centre and Marathon Malls
(3) The General Post Office, East Hill Street
(4) The Sub-Post Office, Carmichael Road
(5) The Sub-Post Office, South Beach
(6) The Sub-Post Office, Elizabeth Estates

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(2) Administrator's Office, Eight Mile Rock
(3) Administrator's Office, High Rock (Tuesdays and Thursdays)

In the Family Islands, registration takes place at the Administrators' Offices in the
various Family Islands between the hours of 9:30am - 4:30pm.

First time applicants for registration must provide proof of citizenship, preferably

(1) A valid Bahamian Passport, OR
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Persons previously registered may present the current voter's card.

ALL applicants for registration are informed that the Revising Officer may request other
reasonable evidence (i.e documents) that he/she considers necessary to prove that the
applicant is qualified to register, AND has not already been registered.



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PARLIAMENTARY COMMISSIONER


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It dates backs to 1974, when
Iran's US-backed Shah
Mohammed Reza Pahlavi
contracted with the German
company Siemens to build the
reactor.
The company withdrew
from the project after the
1979 Islamic revolution top-
pled the shah and brought
hard-line clerics to power.
In 1992, Iran signed a $1
billion deal with Russia to
. .. complete the project and
work began in 1995.
Under the contract,
Bushehr was originally sched-
uled to come online in July
1999 but the startup has been
delayed repeatedly by con-
struction and supply glitches.
Moscow has cited technical
reasons for the delays, but
Iranian officials have sporad-
ically criticized Russia, some
calling Moscow an "unreli-
able partner."
. The US recently withdrew
its long-standing opposition
to the plant after Russia sat-
of Busheh'r, isfied concerns over how it
Sof af would be fueled and the fate
of a facility of the spent fuel rods.
Under a deal signed in
(AP Photo) 2005, Russia will provide
nuclear fuel to Iran, then take
items were back the spent fuel, a step
meant as a safeguard to
lived the ensure it cannot be diverted
vas part of into a weapons programme.
abotage its Iran has also agreed to allow
ie. the UN's nuclear agency to
ie Stuxnet monitor Bushehr and the fuel
precise tar- deliveries.
ains a mys- The United States says the
fuel deal with Russia shows
e time, Iran Tehran does not need to
t some per- enrich its own uranium, but
ar facilities Iran maintains. it will build
y promises other nuclear power plants
secrets to and has to have its own fuel
insisted source.
had put a Iran is already producing
its own nuclear fuel - urani-
diers main- um enriched to about 3.5 per
ch on roads cent. It also has started a pilot
)lant, man- programme of enriching ura-
guns and nium to 20 per cent, which
erous radar officials say is needed for a
medical research reactor.
project was Weapons grade material has
obstacles, to be enriched to 90 per cent.















Top Saddam ally, Tariq Aziz, to be executed


By BARBARA SURK
and REBECCA SANTANA
Associated Press Writers
BAGHDAD (AP) -
Tariq Aziz, the dapper diplo-
mat and highest-ranking
Christian in Saddam Hus-
sein's regime, was sentenced
Tuesday to death by hanging
for persecuting members of
the Shiite religious parties
that now dominate the coun-
try.
The decision to execute the
74-year-old Aziz, who has suf-
fered a series of strokes in
prison, shows the depth of
hatred among the country's
current Shiite leadership for
top figures in a Baathist
regime that sent hundreds of
thousands of opponents to
death or exile.
Among Shiites in the vast,
eastern Baghdad slum called
Sadr City, a gallows death for
one of Saddam's ardent aides
was considered a fiting end.
"This is a fair judicial court
ruling against those whose
hands are still bloodied," said
Kamil Jassim, a 32-year-old
teacher.
Many Sunnis, the minority
Muslim sect that dominated
Iraq under Saddam, ques-
tioned whether the death sen-
tence was merely revenge
masquerading as justice.
"The aim of this court,
formed by this government,
is to kill and liquidate all of
the former regime's senior fig-
ures if they committed crimes
or not. It is an unfair trial and
unfair verdict," said Jameel
Sahib Ali, a 50-year-old mer-
chant in Saddam's hometown
of Tikrit.
Aziz was wearing a blue
suit and his trademark over-
sized glasses as he sat alone in
court. He frequently grasped
the handrail that surrounds
the defendant's box and
bowed his head as the judge
read out the verdict.
Tuesday's proceedings,
broadcast on state TV, came
nearly 20 years after Aziz's
meeting in Geneva with US
Secretary of State James A
Baker failed to prevent the
1991 Gulf War. Aziz also met
.with Pope John Paul II at the
Vatican weeks before the
March 2003 US-led invasion
in a bid to head off that con-
flict.
The Vatican spokesman,
the Rev Federico Lombardi,
said the Vatican would lobby
Iraq to halt the execution. He
said commuting the sentence
would encourage reconcilia-
tion and the rebuilding of
peace and justice in Iraq.
No date has been set for -
the hanging, and Aziz's
lawyer has 30 days to appeal
the sentence handed down by
a court responsible for prose-
cuting crimes committed by
the former regime. The ver-


DEATH SENTENCE: Former Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz stands to
attention as the Iraqi national anthem is played during a conference
in Baghdad, Iraq. Saddam Hussein's longtime foreign minister, Tariq
Aziz, was sentenced to death by hanging Tuesday for persecuting
members of Shiite religious parties under the former regime. Iraqi High
Tribunal spokesman Mohammed Abdul-Sahib did not say when Aziz,
74, would be put to death.
(AP Photo)


dict came-two months after
Aziz was transferred from US
to Iraqi custody.
Aziz's lawyers accused the
government of orchestrating
the verdict to divert attention
from recent revelations about
prisont-r abuse by Iraqi secu-
rity forces contained in US
military documents released
last week by the whistle-blow-
er site WikiLeaks.
"The trial was nothing short
of a farce," Aziz's Italy-based
lawyer, Giovanni Di Stefano,
said in a statement. The Iraqi
court "has sentenced Aziz to
death on allegations that are
frankly nothing short of mali-
-cious, capricious and nonex-
istent."
Aziz has already been con-
victed in two other cases,
receiving a combined 22 years
in prison. In an interview with
The Associated Press this
summer, Aziz predicted he
would die in prison.
In the long-running case for
which he received the death
penalty, Aziz was accused of
being part of a campaign of
persecuting, killing and tor-
turing members of the Shiite
opposition and religious par-
ties banned under Saddam.
Prime Minister Nouri al-Mali-
ki is a member of one of the
religious parties cefitral to the
case.


Aziz was sentenced to 15
years in prison for taking part
in forced displacement, 10
years for committing torture,
and death by hanging for par-
ticipating in deliberate
killings. The judge gave no
details of Aziz's specific role.
Iraq has executed other
high-profile members of Sad-
dam's regime. When the for-
mer dictator was hanged in
December 2006, onlookers
taunted him as the noose
slipped over his neck, raising
allegations the Shiite-led gov-
ernment was bent on revenge.
Tuesday's verdict comes as
al-Maliki tries to hold onto
his job more than seven
months after an inconclusive
March election. The Aziz sen-
tence may make it harder for
al-Maliki to gain Sunni sup-
port but it could improve his
negotiating position among
fellow Shiites.
Charles Dunne, an Iraq
expert at the Middle East
Institute, said the verdict will
strengthen the prime minis-
ter's tough image as a defend-
er of Shiites.
"It will strengthen his anti-
Baathist stand that helped
him in the past since it was a
strong element of his election
campaign," Dunne said.
Aziz, a fluent English
speaker, became internation-


ally known as .the dictator's
defender and a fierce Ameri-
can critic first as foreign min-
ister after Iraq's invasion of
Kuwait in 1990 and later as a
deputy prime minister.
He surrendered to US
forces about a month after the


March 2003 invasion. He was
held at an American prison
in Baghdad until the US
handed over control of the
facility in July to the Iraqi
government. The Americans
transferred Aziz to Iraqi cus-
tody along with dozens of oth-


er former regime figures as
part of preparations for a full
withdrawal of US forces by
the end of next year.
Five other members of the
deposed regime were sen-
tenced to death Tuesday for
similar crimes.


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MEXICO CITY (AP) - The entire police force of a small
northern Mexican town has quit after gunmen attacked their
headquarters.
Los Ramones Mayor Santos Salinas says nobody was injured.
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force resigned Tuesday, a day after the shooting.
Nobody answered the phones at Salinas' offices.
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between the Gulf and Zetas drug gangs. Police stations in
small northeastern Mexican towns are frequently attacked,
and several mayors have been assassinated.
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1 to 9 in the empty squares so the each row, each column
and each 3x3 box contains the same number only once.,
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or more can you make from the
letters shown here? In making a
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.
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and the sum of each vertical block equals the number on its
top. No number may be used in the same block more than
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24 Where Soviet leader
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to produce interior
decoration (8)
31 Fits and starts (6)

Yesterday's Cryptic Solution
Across: 1 Quiet, 4 Aptness, 8 Asp,
9 Consulate, 10 Rosette, 11 Piece,
13 Laurel, 15 Stocks, 18 Wheel, 19
Intrude, 21 inheritor, 23 Top, 24
Garnets, 25 Lurid.

Down: 1 Quarrel, 2 Imposture, 3
Tacit, 4 Arnhem, 5 Trumpet, 6 Era,
7 Siege, 12 Encounter, 14 Enlarge,
16 Steeped, 17 Hiatus, 18 Wring,
20 Tyrol, 22 Her.


Down
S1 Sailor gains a lot of money
in prizes (8)
2 Peculiar individual (8)
3 A noble brew
of ale that's
about right (4)
5 Having broken a personal
record, though on the
decline (4,4,4)
6 Ruler said to have played
with fire (4)
7 Flower book (6)
8 Is afraid of disturbing
adders (6)
11 He has a moving part to
play in the theatre (5-7)
15 The poet appears to lie
badly (5)
*16 A way always short and
direct (5)
18 After the burlesque let's
organise a game (8)
19 They break the law and
stow away in ships (8)
21 You may have a
nap on it (6)
22 Slumbering; please
disturb (6)
26 Elizabeth - a superior lady
deserted by a sailor (4)
27 Tomorrow's paper? (4)

Yesterday's Easy Solution
Across: 1 Blend, 4 Applaud, 8
Ace, 9 Ill-gotten, 10 Impulse, 11
Ebony, 13 Genius, 15 At rest, 18
Sprig, 19 Pretend, 21 Inside out,
23 Duo, 24 Pie-eyed, 25 Lodge.

Down: 1 Bearing, 2 Eye-opener,
3 Drill, 4 Allied, 5 Project, 6 Act, 7
Dingy, 12 Open-ended, 14
Ungodly, 16 Tadpole, 17 Uphold,
18 Skimp, 20 Extol, 22 See.


Across
1 Capital of Spain (6)
4 Without
penalty (4-4)
9 Subtle
distinction (6)
10 Extremely
lazy (4,4)
12 Supporter in
struggle (4)
13 Strong point (5)
14 Sound of
thunder (4)
17 Naturally
averse (12)
20 To dupe (4,3,1,4)
23 A cereal food (4)
24 Self-assured (5)
25 Brutal ruffian (4)
28 American football
field (8)
29 Snub (6)
30 Infer (8)
31 Drive forward (6)


Down
1 Crazy (8)
2 Submissiveness (8)
3 Minute
amount (4)
5 Falsify
accounts (4,3,5)
6 Be swarming
with (4)
7 Puzzling
fact (6)
8 Released from a
. liability (6)
11 So that every one
knows (3,3,6)
15 Horrify (5)
16 Full of life (5)
18 Athletics field
event (4,4)
19 Vindictive (8)
21 Calamitous (6)
. 22 Lawsuit (6)
26 Volition (4)
27 Tolerate (4)


South dealer.
Both sides vulnerable.
NORTH
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The bidding:
South West North East
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24 Pass 2 Pass
3 NT Pass Pass Dble
Opening lead - six of spades.

There are more safety plays in
bridge than anyone could possibly
enumerate, and one might even say
that they are of infinite variety. Rec-
ognizing them is often a serious chal-
lenge, and many a declarer has fallen
flat on his face at the crucial
moment.
Consider this deal where East
doubled three notrump on the bid-
ding shown, by convention asking
West to lead the first suit bid by
dummny.


West duly led a spade, East win-
ning dummy's jack with the king and
continuing with the ace and another
spade. Declarer's only reasonable
chance, after winning the third spade
with dummy's queen, was to rely on
a diamond finesse. But when, in the
fullness of time, he attempted it, East
won with the king and cashed two
more spades to put the contract down
one.
Declarer missed his chance to
assure the contract when he played
the jack of spades from dunmy at
trick one. He should have realized
that, by playing low from dummy on
the opening lead, no lie of the cards
could defeat three notrump, since
there would then have been no way
for East to collect more than three
spade tricks.
After this play, the defense would
score at most three spades and a dia-
mond, while at the same time South
would be certain to take two hearts,
four clubs and three diamonds -
even if the diamond finesse, when
attempted, lost.
Of course, it may seem odd to play
low from dummy on the spade lead,
but the reason is certainly simple
enough. If declarer plays low from
dummy, he guarantees the contract
against any distribution, while if he
plays the jack, he jeopardizes the
contract and, in the actual case, goes
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By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net
The Government has
extended its acclaimed 'Free
Companion Airfare' program
to next June, having seen a
$60 million "direct return" in
hotel revenues as a result of
its $7 million input, and the
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Islands to feel more benefits
from the promotion.
Director-General of
Tourism, David Johnson, said
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the mechanics" of extending
the program such that visitors
to Nassau or Paradise Island
may be able to get free air-
fares to the Family Islands,
provided they commit to a
certain number of paid nights
stay there. The Ministry of
SEE page 6B


0 Two buyers in talks with insolvent Bahamian insurer's liquidator for
development that accounts for 63% of assets, one submitting Letter of Intent
and the other expected to follow suit
* Project faces assorted US tax claims of $5m, but liquidator confident he
can reduce 'if not eliminate' $2m IRS claim
* Discovery produces details of $527,000 in Trinidad bank account, and
helps with tax returns
1 Sale and liquidation 'proceeding in smaller steps than one would like', but
main asset 'in better shape than many companies in Chapter 11'


CRAIG GOMEZ


By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
Two buyers are in negotia-
tions to acquire the key real
estate development that
accounts for 63 per cent of CLI-
CO (Bahamas) assets, Tribune
Business can reveal, the insol-
vent insurer having pumped $72
million into the project that has
some $5 million in outstanding
US tax claims lodged against it.
In his latest update to the
south Florida bankruptcy courts
in progress on Wellington Pre-
serve's Chapter 11 protection,
plus CLICO (Bahamas) liqui-


dation, Craig A. 'Tony' Gomez,
the Baker Tilly Gomez accoun-
tant and partner, said "progress
is being made towards the
orderly resolution of this case,
although in smaller steps than
one might like".
As'a result, he urged the US
court to extend the deadline for
himself to supply a plan for
Wellington Preserve's reorgan-
isation, plus the filing of its tax
returns and statements, until
January 15, 2011.
Mr Gomez, in the court filing
obtained by Tribune Business,
SEE page 4B


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Tribune Business Editor


Despite attracting more than 80 per cent of its tourism vis-
itors from the United States, US-based resort brands account
for just 24.5 per cent of the total hotel rooms in this market,
a major tourism industry research company telling Tribune
Business yesterday that this was potentially costing the
Bahamas business through dampening potential demand.
Parris Jordan, HVA Bahamas' managing director, said
major US-lbased resort brands, such as Marriott, Hyatt,
Radisson and Intercontinental Hotels, were "under-repre-
sented" in the Bahamian resort market, and given that
brand familiarity and associated loyalty programmes were
key factors in determining where a significant chunk of the,
tourist market vacationed, this meant the Bahamas was
potentially missing out on some market segments.
A June 2010 report by HVS Bahamas, entitled US Hotel
Brands in the Caribbean: Oversupplied or Under-Repre-
sented, found that the Bahamas was the third most-reliant
nation in the Caribbean for US tourists, who accounted for
81 per cent of all arrivals in 2009. Only Puerto Rico, at 91 per
cent, and the US Virgin Islands at 92 per cent, were more
reliant, with the Bahamas' reliance on US visitor arrivals
having risen by a further 0.9 percentage point between 2008
and 2009 - from 80 per cent to 81 per cent.
Yet, in contrast to Puerto Rico, where US hotel brands
had a collective 58.4 per cent market share in terms of
available hotel rooms, in the Bahamas the US hotel brand
market share was just 24.5 per cent.
While this nation had no Marriott, Hyatt or Interconti-
nental Hotel brands, the Choice brand accounted for just 1.9
SEE page 5B


Ex-minister: Recovery unlikely until 2011 Q4


* NUA principal says 'be happy' if 5-10% commissions
increase in 2011, through GBA and Carmichael centre growth
* Some redundancies to result
* NUA third largest agency in the Bahamas, with 45 staff and
.30,000 policies
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
A leading Bahamian insurance agent yesterday said it would
gain some 3,000 policyholders, paying collective gross premiums
of $3.5 million per annum, as a result of absorbing the general
insurance portfolio of another intermediary in which its ultimate
parent acquired a majority interest in August 2010.
John Dunkley, managing director of Nassau Underwriters
SEE page 7B


'Punitive' airfares

damaging Exuma


JAMES SMITH ANSWER SUNDERJI


By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The Bahamian economy is
unlikely to experience a sus-
tained, broad-based recovery
until "maybe the last quarter
of 2011", a former finance min-
ister said yesterday,, warning
that this nation was "in for a
bit of a long wait" even though
the US indicators are all mov-
ing in a direction likely to ben-
efit the tourism sector.
Warning that the Bahamas
would probably have to endure
another 10-12 months of rela-
tive economic pain, James
Smith, minister of state for
finance during the 2002-2007
SEE page 5B.


* Bahamas 'in for a
bit of a long wait' to
come out of
recession, says Smith,
with another 10-12
months of relative
economic pain likely
* Yet US consumer
data moving in right
direction to benefit
Bahamas


* New York travellers
have to pay 250% more
to reach island than go
to Nassau, with jet fuel
costs up to 300% higher
than US
* Exuma getting $30m
per annum in tourist
spend, with population
having risen 105%


By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net


Exuma is an "underperform-
ing asset" in the Bahamian
tourism portfolio, hurt by the
"almost punitive" air travel
costs to the island, which see
visitors pay some 250 per cent
more to reach it from New
York than they would to get to
Nassau, the director-general of
tourism said yesterday.
SEE page 4B


E-government's

'huge impact'
By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net
The Government is prepar-
ing to launch an e-government
initiative developed in consul-
tation with the Singapore gov-
ernment that will "humon-
gously" impact the ease of
doing business in the Bahamas,
the Minister of State for
Finance said yesterday.
Parliamentarians will be giv-
en a presentation on the e-gov-
ernment programme on
November 8, and the Govern-
ment then anticipates it will be
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While not all of these cours-
es may be offered at your high
school, many are offered at col-
leges and technical schools.


I
Remember that any additional
technical and work experience
you can obtain while in high
school will greatly prepare you
for a career in Graphic Design.
Graphic Design Resume
Tips: We can't just forget the
"old resume", can we? Yes, it
really is that big of a deal. It
doesn't necessarily show your
talent or creativity, but this is
where many applicants are
being burnt. It is huge. It's the
first impression a potential
employer obtains from you. Be
careful, and please don't get
carried away or go for overkill,
as you have already indicated
years of design knowledge and
experience.
The Layout: Some designers
say "go for broke" (make it a
work of art or funky), while
others advise to "keep it con-
servative and clean". Principal-
ly, I feel this is something where
you can have both worlds, but
generally lean towards the
more conservative approach.
That's not to say the conserva-
tive one should lack any kind of
flair. It just means that you're
not going to push an aggres-
sive, funky visual style on some-
one who just might not be look-'
ing.
Please, do not display pic-
tures of yourself when you were
a baby or when the tooth fairy
visited you for the first time.
This is unacceptable. Remem-
ber, keeping it clean, simple
and confident is the key. Don't
make your artistic style diffi-
cult to interpret.
Of course, there are excep-


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require your creatlm e flAir. In
the end, it'c up to Nou to decide
which breed of format you wish
to use. I've seen a few (not
many) very unorthodox, eccen-
tric resumes, so just try not to
lose the job right away by using
a layout that is too wacky. Most
entry level jobs in the graphic
design field require a more con-
servative approach.
No matter what approach
you use, there are some design
elements that should be strong.
Considering that you will not
be using many graphic ele-
ments, 1 recommend you let the
typography do a lot of the talk-
ing. For example: Look to have
strong alignment to create lines
and order, contrasting typefaces
to organise and separate text,
and effective leading and spac-
ing to give a good balance and
feel.
The body text should be
clean and easy to read. Headers
should be bold and contrasting
from the body text. Save fan-
cy/wavy type to your name, if
you use fancy type at all.
Remember that faxing might
be done, so design around the
idea that everything should
look good, even when receiv-
ing on the other end. Design
an extra layout strictly for fax-
ing.
Keeping it to one page is a
good idea, but do not cram
information just to fit. Do not
boast of motivating or joyous
times spent with your Aunt
Belinda or other relatives. Stay
focused and remember that the
layout should have a strong
sense of order, purpose and be
able to breathe. The employer
shouldn't have to call on anoth-
er department for assistance to
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looking for in your resume.
And please, keep the look con-
sistent throughout.
Taking it all Online: Thou-
sands of people are landing jobs
by posting their resumes.online
using job sites. There are a few
businesses that allow online job
posting, and this is an incredibly
well-used service. This is really
a 'no brainer' for those look-
ing for work. Remember to
promote, promote, PRO-
MOTE! Don't leave any
avenues unchecked. You might
not always land a job this way;
but it can't hurt to try and what
is there to lose?
Skills: Whether you're just
starting out or just a seasoned
professional, you can still jump-.
start your career with an asso-
ciate's or bachelor's degree in
this career. There are programs
available in Multimedia & Web
Design, Game Art & Design,
Graphic Design, Digital Design,
Interior Design and a Culinary
Management BS Degree com-
pletion program.
After all, if there is a spelling
mistake anywhere on your
resume, or it is difficult under-
standing your information
because it is not organised,
cross your fingers that they are
having a good day.
You must pay attention to
detail, as this just as important
as your actual skills when trying
to get your foot in the door.
To this end, if you can't get
your resume correct, are there
any reasons why employers
should select you to be a part of
their establishment?
In view of this, let's always
research and cross our T's and
dot our I's if we wish to be
impressive and confident in our
journey to securing a career in
Graphic Art. To wrap this all
up in a nice bow, always
remember: "Chase the skills
you need for the career you
want." It's your career, so
"chase what matters".
So until we meet again, have
fun, enjoy life and stay on top
of your game.
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f assness


FROM page 1B of an amount in excess of $72 ton Preserve's sale and accrue
uLICO asset million, which had been to their benefit, settling a sig-
said that discovery demands for advanced to it by its parent, nificant percentage of their
said that discovery demands for CLICO Enterprises, a Bahami- claim against the insolvent
documents served on Ocean said. "Counsel has approached CLI ses, a Bahami- claim against the insolvent
Bank and the former attorneys the undersigned, on behalf o an company which is presently insurer.
for Wellington Preserve had the ank, and efforts are being 'winding up' or in liquidation He added that when it came
for Wellington Preserve had the bank, and effor s are being i hBahamas under the to the IRS's claim, he wa
resulted in him obtaining made to resolve the dispute in the Bahamas under the to the IRS's claim, he was
enough information to file the without the need for litigation." supervision of the Bahamian working on an objection that
project's tax returns for 2005 Describing Wellington Pro- Supreme Court." would result in a substantiala
and 2006. and prepare those for serve as being "in better shape Mr Gomnez revealed that he reduction, if not elimination of
2007-2009. than many companies that are was in talks with "two prospec- the claim".
In addition, the discovery not in Chapter 11", Mr Gomez tive purchasers" over Welling- As for a $1.45 million judg-
process had also enabled Mr said: "It has no mortgage, as its ton Preserve's sale, one having ment obtained against Welling-
Gomez to trace a Trinidad- original purchase money mort- submitted a 'noni-binding' Let- ton Preserve by Brennan Finan-
based bank account belonging gage had been paid off in Jan- ter of Intent over which nego- cial, Mr Gomez said he was try-
to Wellington Preserve and, uary 2010. It owes approxi- tiations were continuing. "A ing to get this set aside as a
ultimately, CLICO (Bahamas) mately two-and-a-half years of Letter of Intent is awaited with preferential claim filed within
and its wholly-owned Bahami- real estate taxes or about $3 respect to the second," Mr 90 days of the former's Chapter
an subsidiary, CLICO Enter- million. Gomez said. 11 petition, although the latter
prises, through which much of "It owes a few hundred thou- Getting the best possible was resisting, alleging that the
the US-bound real estate sand dollars of relatively minor price for the real estate devel- development was solvent and
investment was routed. claims, the Internal Revenue opment is vital to the interests the filing did not take place in
"Demand has been made of Service has filed an amended of CLICO (Bahamas) policy- the 90-day period. A motion
the bank for turnover of the claim for approximately $2 mil- holders and Bahamian credi- for summary judgment was
balance in the account, which lion which is disputed, and the tors, since it will maximise the being prepared to deal with
exceeds $527,000," Mr Gomez remainder of its debt consists sums recovered from Welling- this, Mr Gomez said.


FROM page 1B

implemented over the next
"nine to 12 months," Zhivargo
Laing told The Tribune yester-
day.
The initiative will see many
government services, which
members of the public and pri-
vate sectors presently have to
go through laborious processes
to apply for and obtain, go
online and become attainable
via the Internet.
"This will be huge for us. It's


E-government's


'huge impact'

very significant," said Mr Laing,
who added that the Govern-
ment will shortly be launching a
"massive" public awareness
campaign on the programme.
The Government paid
$700,000 to Singaporean con-
sultants to develop the
Bahamas own e-government


initiative modelled on theirs.
Speaking to its impact on the
private sector specifically, Mr
Laing said: "It will have a
humongous impact. Anyone
who is familiar with the fact
that Singapore is top ranked as
an ease-of-doing-business juris-
diction will know that it is large-
ly a consequence of how many
services the Government offers
online, and that's what we are
reaching for."
Mr Laing said more details
on the project, which services
will be brought online first and
what its total cost will be, will
be revealed during the presen-
tation on November 8.
"We have a number of ser-
vices we have decided will be
launched first. It's not possible
to do it all at once. It's not just
putting things on the Internet.
You have to have all the back
office operations set up," he
added. The e-government ini-
tiative was just one of a number
of steps taken by the Govern-
ment or planned for imple-
mentation in the near future
which were mentioned by Mr
Laing as measures the Ingra- ,


ham administration believes
will contribute to growth in the
Bahamian economy going for-
ward. He was speaking at the
Exuma Business Outlook sem-
inar at the Sandals Emerald
Bay Resort on that island yes-
terday. Mr Laing also noted the
Government's allocation of $1
million towards promoting for-
eign direct investment in the
Bahamas, telling of how the
Government intends to have
officials "make strategic trips
in search of appropriate FDI
for this country". Additional-
ly, "improved support" for
small and medium-sized enter-
prises, the new Business
License Act which is proposed
to "streamline" aspects of doing
business in the Bahamas and
the Government's capital works
programme were all touted by
Mr Laing as intended to pro-
mote economic growth.
In turn, Mr Laing urged pri-
vate sector stakeholders to "do
their part" to position the
Bahamas for growth, by focus-
ing on providing "high quality
goods" to their customers,
"demonstrating integrity in ful-
filling their obligations to their
customers and the state", net-
working to achieve "the great-
est efficiencies and effective-
ness" in the conduct of their
businesses and investing in
training and re-training staff.
"I also urge you to consider
plight of new school leavers and
involve them, even if only in
voluntary fashion in your busi-
ness so they may not be dis-
couraged from pursuing jobs
on your island and communi-
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However, were this issue to be addressed and certain elements
of the islands "polished up", the chain of cays "would experience
tourism growth so dramatic that it is unparalleled in this region",
suggested David Johnson at the Exuma Business Outlook 2010
seminar, hosted at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in Exuma yes-
terday.
At present, tourism brings in around $30 million annually in rev-
enues to Exuma, which was found in a recent census to have seen
a 105 per cent increase in its population - from 3,500 in 2000 to over
7,000 in 2010 - making tourist spending equal to roughly $4,200 per
capital. Exuma, unlike most Caribbean destinations, "is in the
black", registering a 9 per cent increase in stop over visitors for the
first six months of this year.
However, Mr Johnson said the Ministry of Tourism recognizee
that we are not yet scratching the surface of our potential on this
island". A "change of thinking" regarding Exuma needs to take
place in order for it to "achieve its rightful place as a leading des-
tination," he told the seminar, with this providing an opportunity
for massive gains.
"In these recessionary times everyone looks at ability to shave
costs rather than incurring increased costs, so achieving what we are
in these circumstances is indication that what we have naturally is
indeed a strong, strong draw..." said the tourism chief.
Outlining the high cost of travel to the island, Mr Johnson
explained that it costs on average $400 to fly from Fort Laud-
erdale to Georgetown, double the cost of travel to Nassau.
"It gets much worse when you look beyond Florida. If you look
at a lucrative market like New York, today to fly from JFK to
Georgetown is $974 including tax, while JFK to Nassau is $383 per
person. In other words, the airfare is some 250 per cent higher or
$,1200 more per couple to get to Exuma. That's a huge premium,"
he said.
Part of the reason for this "premium", noted Mr Johnson, is the
fact that some airlines are forced to take on fuel in Exuma for
around $6.33 per gallon, an average of 300 per cent more per gal-
lon than they would pay in US.
The tourism head said the Minsitry of Tourism believes it is
"foolishness" to suggest that with the right kind of advertising
and promotion any destination can be sold to visitors. Instead, Mr
Johnson said efforts must be redirected towards ensuring the des-
tination provides the "features and benefits" to the tourist that they
are "willing to pay for and, in some cases, to pay a premium for".
Mr Johnson identified "priority fixes" for the Ministry of
Tourism for Exuma in this regard as, firstly, improving "accessibility
and affordability" of Exuma, and secondly, enhancing the experi-
ence available.
"When you make it an interesting, relaxing or enjoyable and dis-
tinctive Bahamian island experience, it resonates much more with
visitors than trying to replicate experiences they can get readily at
home," he said.
Part of this will involve adding more "charm, shopping and
entertainment and fine dining" opportunities on Exuma beyond the
resorts, including growing the number of tours that allow tourists
to partake of the adventure and natural beauty that the many
cays offer.
Mr Johnson and others suggested that there should be "heavy
cleaning and sprucing up" of Georgetown, the removal and relo-
cation of the damaged government dock and.a commitment to stop
pumping untreated sewage into the harbour.
Steps to address the cost of fuel for jets must also be taken, said
Mr Johnson, who added that bringing a higher volume of visitors
to the island will begin to do this.
Minister of State for Fihance, Zhivargo Laing, who was also
speaking at the seminar, noted that jet fuel is not price controlled
but the Government has "thought about", while it is also "exam-
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THE TRIBUNE


FROM page 1B

per cent of available rooms;
the Hilton 1.7 per cent of all
rooms in the Bahamas; the
Wyndham a 5.1 per cent
share; and Starwood,
through the Sheraton, 4.2
per cent. 'Other' US-based
brands accounted for an 11.6
per cent share.
In its report, HVS
Bahamas said: "We can con-
clude that many of the
Caribbean islands, especial-
ly the US Virgin Islands,
Puerto Rico, Jamaica,
Trinidad, the Bahamas and
the Dominican Republic
have a defined need for US-
branded hotels to accom-
modate the significant vol-
umes of US visitors.
"It is in our opinion that
US-branded hotels are,
overall, under-represented
in the Caribbean, and that
there are opportunities for
conversions or new devel-
opments of US-branded
hotels in the region."
"There are a lot of major
US brands not represented
in the Bahamas," Mr Jordan
told Tribune Business.
"What we need to under-
stand is that when the US
customer travels to a desti-
nation, they look for famil-
iarity a lot of the time. Some
like going to the Marriott,


FROM page 1B

Christie administration, told
Tribune Business that with US
economic recovery taking
longer than anticipated, the
rebound in consumer confi-
dence and spending on
Bahamian vacations would also
lag.
"The US recovery is going
much slower than even they
anticipated, and includes having
jobless growth at very low lev-
els," Mr Smith told Tribune
Business. "The unemployment
part of that equation is the most
important for the Bahamas, as
that attaches itself to dispos-
able income."
He pointed out that stub-
bornly high US unemployment
levels, coupled with reduced
incomes and low confidence
levels, 'would continue to
impact tourist arrivals to the
Bahamas, meaning that "our
recovery is going to come at a
lag" to these variables. And,
when US consumer confidence
and discretionary vacation
spending did recover, Mr Smith
said it was by no means certain
that the latter would return to
pre-recession levels in the
Bahamas' case.
"We're still in for a bit of a
long haul," Mr Smith told Tri-
bune Business, telling this
newspaper that recovery would
come "certainly no sooner than
maybe the last quarter of next
year."
The Bahamas would have to
endure another 10-12 months
of limited to no economic
growth, he said, adding: "This is
a very deep recession, and
we're not giving Mr Obama
and those credit for it not being
a lot worse. But it's certainly
shocked people in terms of job
losses and prospects for a quick
turnaround. We're still in for a
bit of a rough ride.
"I think recovery will come
in late 2011 at the earliest. I'd
like to be wrong on that. We
would need a really good
Christmas [2010] to pull us
through and that's unlikely."
Mr Smith said the only thing
the Bahamas could do in the
short-term to boost tourism
arrivals was continue with the
Ministry' of Tourism's Com-
panion Fly Free initiative and
other promotional variations,
given that "the US consumer
cannot resist a good bargain.
"That's what the competition
is doing. I've seen Las Vegas
and them continue to keep dis-
counting," he added. "We're
still keeping our rates high. The
hotels feel that if they sell a
room and discount it too often,
it becomes a cheap room, but in
this recession I don't know if
it's better to cut to keep occu-
pancythan to break even. It
can't be business as normal."
However, Anwer Sunderji,
chairman and chief executive
of the Fidelity Group of Com-
panies, told Tribune Business
that robust US consumer
spending numbers for August
2010, and other associated indi-


cators, suggested that the
Bahamas might see recovery
signs "soon" if these trends con-
tinued.
Mr Sunderji said US con-
sumer spending for August
2010 hit $10.37 trillion, a figure
up 0.4 per cent for July and 2.7
per cent year-over-year com-
pared to August. The $10.37
trillion figure, he added,
exceeded the highest monthly
peak that US consumer spend-
ing reached in the last five years
- the peak of the pre-recession
boom.


US hotel brand 24.5% market share costing the Bahamas


others like going to the
Hlyatt.
"If you speak to the Mar-
riott representatives, if you
speak to the Hyatt repre-
sentatives I have spoken to,
I know they get a lot of
requests for the Bahamas.
The Bahamas is obviously
one of the leading destina-
tions in the Caribbean."

Absence

Yet the absence of such
major hotel brands could act
as a disincentive for a cer-
tain segment of the US
tourist market to consider
the Bahamas, especially giv-
en that their associated loy-
alty programmes also dic-
tated where they went.
"I think that what these
brands also do is induce
demand," Mr Jordan said.
"What that means is that
people go to that destina-
tion because of that brand,
and others do not go to that
destination - they go to
another. The brand assists
destination marketing.
"They'll induce demand,
which in turn increases the
overall demand. When you


have hotels coming into the
market, it induces demand.
They're going to increase
the demand levels overall."
Such considerations
appear to have driven the
$2.6 billion Baha Mar devel-
opment's 'best in class' strat-
egy, its brand line-up fea-
turing US operators such as
Hyatt, Rosewood and Mor-
gans.
Don Robinson, Baha Mar
Ltd's president, in an-exclu-
sfve interview with Tribune
Business, said: "Originally,
the strategy was to do a
showcase of Starwood
hotels, and at the beginning
of this year we made a deci-
sion to break that and go out
for best in class for each of
these hotels. What we want-
ed to do is not put all of our
inventory assets into one
hotel company's basket.
"Starwood had one reser-
vation system, one market-
ing programme, one loyalty
programme, one sales net-
work. Now, we have three,
carrying with them three
sales networks, three differ-
ent loyalty programmes,
three different marketing
programmes.
"They reach out to differ-


Ex-minister: Recovery


unlikely until 2011 Q4


US consumers' collective dis-
posable income hit $11.41 tril-
lion in August, again equal to
or exceeding the boom peak,
while America's personal sav-
ings rate hit 5.8 per cent for the
same month. This compared to
2 per cent at the peak of the
boom, Mr Sunderji said, and
was happening in the same
month that spending and dis-
posable income hit new highs.
The only indicator yet to
move significantly was US
unemployment, which stood at
9.6 per cent, but this was down
from 10 per cent in October last
year - and some 2 per cent
below September 2009 levels.
"US consumer spending is
key to our recovery," Mr Sun-
derji told Tribune Business.
"These figures suggest the US
economy is somewhat finding
its feet, and if consumer spend-
ing stays on the same trend, the
Bahamas should see some
recovery.
"If the US consumer starts
to spend money we will see


improvement and more robust
tourist arrivals in 2011, which
will give the economy a boost
and reduce the unemployment
level. Our economy is hugely
dependent on employment, and
if we can reduce unemployment
and get more people to work,
we will see an improvement in
the economy."
Still, Kenwood Kerr, chief
executive of Providence Advi-
sors, yesterday agreed with Mr
Smith that the Bahamas was
unlikely to see any tangible
recovery until "late next year".
"I think in the 2011 third
quarter you will see the signs
becoming evident then. The US
economy hasn't demonstrated
consistency that it's at full
recovery yet, and that tends to
impact us significantly. It's still
patchy at best," Mr Kerr told
Tribune Business.
"I think we have to have
some push back because of the
fear US jobs are not being cre-
ated, foreclosures are still an
issue. We're not going to see


ent markets throughout the
world. Having three compa-
nies sell the destination is
better than one company
selling the destination, and is
better for us."

Evidence

Providing evidence of how
important this strategy was
to filling Baha Mar's
planned room inventory, Mr
Robinson said Hyatt was
forecasting that 35-40 per
cent of the Cable Beach
convention hotel's group
business would come from
the chain's long-standing
convention client list, who
it booked into its various
resorts around the world
each year, selecting a differ-
ent one every time.
And it was estimated that
12-15 per cent of occupancy
would be generated by cus-
tomers of Baha Mar's vari-
ous hotel brands choosing
to redeem accumulated loy-
alty points at their resorts in
the Bahamas.
"The reason we did this
was because we've got mul,
tiple brands with multiple
loyalty programmes filling

investor sentiment arid tourist
counts coming through strong-
ly enough to give us the eco-
nomic momentum we need to
give us a broad-based recov-
ery."
Mr Sunderji had pointed out
that US corporate profits after-
tax had hit $1.38 trillion in the
2010 second quarter, a 38.7 per
cent increase year-over-year.
The last time this figure was
that high was the 2006 third
quarter, again pre-recession.
Yet Mr Kerr said the "soar-
ing" corporate profits had been
created through cost-cutting
and/or expense control, rather
than any top-line sales growth.
Acknowledging the 'jobless
recovery' fears, Mr Kerr said
the US was suffering from
structural employment issues
familiar in the Bahamas, name-
ly a skills imbalance where
workers lacked the ability to
fill posts created.


their particular hotels," Mr
Robinson said. "When you
look at how inventory and
occupancy builds up, Hyatt,
with the convention hotel,
is forecasting 35-40 per cent
of that hotel being group
business they will bring
down. They believe that 35-
40 per cent of the hotel and
convention centre's business
will be groups they bring
into the Bahamas."


And a further 12-15 per
cent of occupancy would be
'"people who have brand
affinity and loyalty pro-
grammes redeeming their
loyalty points here...... Those
loyalty programmes can dri-
ve significant occupancy", a
trend that Baha Mar was
already seeing at its existing
Sheraton property.


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This position is open to candidates with the following
qualifications:


*Must have a high school diploma.
*Must have completed training & certificate in culinary arts
or equivalent. Must have three years' experience as a Chef.
*Must be able to work a variety of shifts and many week-
ends.
*Must be flexible, a quick learner and adaptable to change.
*Must have own transportation
*Must have current driver's license


Applicants must be Bahamian citizens or be eligible for
employment under Bahamian laws and regulations.


Please submit resume and three references via e-mail
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Human Resources Director

A food service industry leader is seeking to employ an experienced Human Resources Director to
head their HR Division. The successful applicant must possess effective leadership skills and is
expected to assume overall responsibility for all HR-related, functions. The tR Director will work
with high-level managers to develop strategic HR initiatives that fit with the business strategies,
anticipates business challenges and opportunities, leads and manages change, and achieves
business and organizational objectives.
The individual should have a solid industrial relations background with a proven record of
strategic union and labour dispute resolution ability.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
* Recommend and maintain an organizational structure and staffing levels to accomplish
company goals and objectives.
* Coordinate the administration and negotiation of union contracts.
* Represents the company on matters relating to labour disputes, governmental regulations,
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* Recommend and establish company policies and procedures.
* Create company strategic training and organizational development plan to meet personal,
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* Oversee the design and development of compensation strategy and programs.
* Develop and coordinate grievances and mediate workplace disputes.
* Creates, develops and communicates relevant reports necessary for managers and executives
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FROM page 1B

Tourism had hoped to do that
this year, but it did not go
ahead.
"Too many of the islands
are not benefiting because
they have such a very high air-
fare, so this is something
that's on my wish list that I
think is within my grasp to
afford," said Mr Johnson, who
spoke with Tribune Business
after appearing at the Exuma
Business Outlook seminar
yesterday.


During his presentation to
the seminar, Mr Johnson said
Exuma was doing well as
destination despite "almoAt
punitive" air costs to trave
there - which average at
around double that to fly to
Nassau, or an extra $1,200 per
person for a couple flying
from New York.
The 'Free Companion Air-
fare' programme, which has
benefited Nassau and Par-
adise Island,'sees one person
in a two-person couple
offered a free flight to Nas-


sau if they commit to a mini-
mum four nights paid stay.
The hotel bears 50 per cent
of the cost of the free ticket,
and the Ministry of Tourism
the other half.
Mr Johnson said that in the
case of destinations such as
Grand Bahama, the Ministry
of Tourism envisages having
to foot the total cost of the
free ticket.
"The hotel rates are so low
that government will have to
fund 100 per cent of the costs,
so that restricts us," he said.


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ELECTRICAL ENGINEER:

Morton Bahamas Limited, A K + S Group Company seek a suitable candidate
to fill the position of Electrical Engineer, at its salt production facility in Inagua,
The Bahamas.

This position support the facility by managing the activities associated with
electrical projects and electrical maintenance.

The successful candidate will be skilled in project management, organization,
and computers. Good communication skill, interpersonal skills and the ability
to solve complex problem are a must. Supervisory skill is a definite plus.

A College Degree in'Electrical Engineering is required.

Bahamian Citizen or Holder of Bahamas Work Permit required

Opportunities Include:

Competitive Salary
Relocation Benefits, worker plus family
Major Health Benefits, worker plus family
Dental Benefits, worker plus family

Visit www.mortonsalt.com, and follow the career page. This job is also posted
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CFA SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS

ANNUAL CFA PROGRAM INFORMATION EVENING


TOPIC: "AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CHARTERED
FINANCIAL ANALYST (CFA�) PROGRAM AND
THE EDUCATION REVIEW COURSE"

DATE: Friday, October 29th, 2010

TIME: 6:00 p.m. Cocktails
6:30 p.m. Presentation

PLACE: Arawak Room
Sheraton Beach Resort, Cable Beach

WHO SHOULD
ATTEND: Anyone who has already registered for Level I, II or
III of the CFA exams or who would like to learn
more about the CFA program

COST: Complimentary

RESERVATIONS: PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED
by October 28th, 2010
Andre Souza, CFA
andre@arbitral.com
ph 362 6750


The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA�) Program is a globally
recognized standard for measuring the competence and integrity of
professionals in the fields of portfolio management and investment
analysis. Three levels of examination verify a candidate's ability to
apply the fundamental knowledge of investment principles across all
areas of the investment decision-making process.

The next examination date is June 4, 2011 and the final registration
and enrollment date is March 16, 2011. We encourage all interested
persons to attend the information evening to learn more about the
CFA Program.

The CFA Society of The Bahamas will present a brief outline of the
CFA Institute, and the local society. The Education Committee will
present the 2010/2011 Education Programs planned for Level I, II
and III candidates. A question and answer panel session will follow.


telephone contact Information of at least three references to:
Human Resources Department
P.O. Box CB-12762
Suite 299
Nassau, Bahamas .
Or email hrconsultantsbs@gmail.com


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FROM page 1B

Brokers & Agents (NUA), told
Tribune Business that while the
company was still doing bud-
get forecasts for 2011, he would
be "happy" with a 5-10 per cent
commission increase, which was
anticipated to come from both
its new Carmichael Service Sta-
tion and absorption of General
Brokers & Agents (GBA)
property and casualty business
in Nassau and Freeport.
Bahamas First Holdings, the
general insurer that acts as
NUA's parent, acquired a 57
per cent majority shareholding
in GBA in August this year,
and the transfer of its property
and casualty portfolio to NUA,
which it owns 100 per cent,
takes effect from November 1
-and is unlikely to surprise many
in the Bahamian insurance
industry.
GBA has a total staff of 22,
and Mr Dunkley told Tribune
Business that the move would
result in some job losses,
although he was unable to spec-
ify how many.
"We plan to keep the redun-
dancies to a minimum," he said.

Additional
Asked how many additional
policies NUA would handle as
a result of the GBA absorption,
Mr Dunkley said:"'From the
records, it appears roughly
3,000 policyholders between
Nassau and Freeport. Accord-
ing to the records, the premium
will be around $3.5 million."
He added thit the transition,
which was in the planning and
execution stage, would result
in GBA's portfolio being oper-
ated "in a more efficient man-
ner, and at the same time hope-
fully giving those GBA policy-
holders the same service as
GBA gave in the past".
GBA previously placed its
business with both Bahamas
First and Insurance Company
.of the West Indies (IWCI), and
Mr Dunkley confirmed that its
clients could remain with ICWI
if they wished when policies
came due for renewal.
As of November 1, GBA's
property and casualty business
becomes part of NUA's port-
folio; with the former's staff
located to the latter's Service
Centre on Third Terrace and
Collins Avenue, just across the
street from their previous
office. GBA's life and health


Insurance agency gains 3,000 policies, $3.5m in premium


insurance clients, though, will
continue to be serviced from
that company's office.
In Freeport on the same
date, NUA's Carib Insurance
Agency (Grand Bahama) will
be combined with GBA's busi-
ness on that island.
The merged entity will stay
as GBA (Grand Bahama) and
operate from its Regent Centre
office, although it will now
report to NUA.
Mr Dunkley said NUA,
which he described as the
Bahamas' third largest insur-
ance agency behind Insurance
Management and J. S. Johnson,
with around 45 staff and an esti-
mated 30,000 policies, was not
anticipating any turnaround for
the Bahamian economy next


year. Any growth, he said,
would come from the launch of
the Carmichael Service Centre
and absorption of GBA's port-
folio, "but we don't expect
much generic growth".

Commissions
"We don't really anticipate
the economy to turnaround,"
Mr Dunkley said.
"Looking at the numbers for
next year, we do expect with
GBA and Carmichael that We
will grow the written premium,
and that will result in higher,
greater commissions."
While NUA was still in the
process of putting together
Budget forecasts for 2011, Mr


Dunkley added that "if we see a
5-10 per cent increase in com-
missions, we'll be happy".
A key determinant of insur-
ance agency performance,
though, was whether premium
rates would drop, as this result-
ed in lower commissions but
having to operate a business
with the same resources and
cost base.
Currently, though, Mr Dunk-
ley said he saw no real sign that
property premiums in the


Bahamas would decline.
As for the Carmichael Ser-
vice Centre's performance since
its recent opening, the NUA
managing director said: "We've
sort of been monitoring that.
There's been-quite a lot of
existing clients using that facil-
ity.
"That's good for us. We fig-
ure that the pick up of new
business will be by referral, and
if those people receive good
service and tell their friends,


we will see the expected growth
in new business taking place.
There's been some growth, but
in this economy it will be a little
while before that fully comes
through."
Mr Dunkley said NUA was
positioning itself for the even-
tual economic recovery and any
opportunities that came its way,
as well as looking at cost impli-
cations from complying with
the new insurance legislation.


The American Embassy is presently considering applications for the
following position:

PROCUREMENT CLERK

The incumbent is responsible for data entry in multiple software systems
and maintaining the data bases; collecting, sorting, and filing all
correspondence in the Procurement Office.

Purchases a variety of goods and services for the Embassy and associated
agencies, establishes anrd maintains vendor relationships and provides
clerical support for the procurement section.

This position is open to candidates with the following qualifications:

*Completion of secondary school.
*Two years administrative/clerical work.
*One year of purchasing experience.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:

*Must be able to use Microsoft word and Excel Software and have
knowledge of database maintenance.
*Must have the ability to type at least 35 WMP and have the ability to
research various potential sources for procurement.
*Knowledge of the local market is a must.
*Must have a valid driver's license and a clean driving record.

BENEFITS PROVIDED INCLUDE:

The successful candidate will be offered an excellent compensation
package including performance-based incentives, medical and dental
insurance, life insurance, pension and opportunities for training and
development.

Applicants must be Bahamian citizens or U.S. citizens who are eligible for
employment under Bahamian laws and regulations.


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BUSINE


A look ati economic developments and activ-
ity in major stock markets around the world
Wednesday:

LONDON - World stock markets mostly
fell amid mixed corporate earnings and on views
that the U.S. Federal Reserve will take more
modest and gradual steps to stimulate the econ-
omy than expected. A report on orders for U.S.
manufactured goods also weighed down senti-
ment as it suggested demand in the world's
largest economy remains subdued.
Britain's FTSE 100 slid 1.1 percent, France's
CAC-40 fell 1 percent and Germany's DAX
dipped 0.7 percent. Earlier in Asia, Japan's
benchmark Nikkei 225 stock index edged up 0.1
percent.

LONDON - Britain's economy grew 0.8
percent in the third quarter, twice as 'fast as
economists had expected and perhaps calming
fears of a double-dip recession.
The growth followed a rate of 1.2 percent
- a nine-year high - in the second quarter,
when restocking of inventories and construction
surged. The combined expansion was the
strongest back-to-back performance by the
British economy in a decade, the Office for
National. Statistics said.

SHANGHAI - Out-of-control printing of
the U.S. dollar is forcing inflation on China,
pushing up prices for commodities and labor,
trade minister Chen Deming says in an escala-
tion of rhetoric over currency and other tensions
ahead of key international meetings.
Beijing has been chafing at U.S. pressure
over its currency and massive imbalances in
trade and investment that are symptomatic of
deeper problems in the world economy - Asia
and China's addiction to weak currencies to
boost their export-reliant economies and the
legacy of debt-fueled consumption in the U.S.

PARIS - France's parliament granted final
approval to a bill raising the retirement age to
62 from 60, a reform that has infuriated the
unions and touched off weeks of protests and
strikes.
The 336-233 vote in the National Assembly
was a victory for conservative President Nicolas
Sarkozy, who has stood firm despite the protests
- a stance that has resulted in his lowest
approval ratings since he took office in 2007.
Protesters aren't yet giving up the fight, since
Sarkozy hasn't yet signed the bill. In an attempt
to revive a protest movement that has lost
momentum, unions plan a new nationwide day
of street demonstrations and strikes Thursday
that are expected to cause travel problems.

BRUSSELS - European Union govern-
ments put up hundreds of billions of euros ear-
lier this year to keep financially troubled mem-
bers like Greece or Ireland from defaulting on
their debts. Now Germany is pushing to let
hopelessly indebted governments do exactly
that - admit they can't pay and hit bond
investors with the costs instead of taxpayers.
But Berlin may have a hard time winning
approval for a crisis resolution mechanism when
EU officials meet in Brussels on Thursday and
Friday.


AT A GLANCE: Businessmen check the day's stock
prices on an electric board in Tokyo.

LISBON, Portugal - Portugal's minority
government and main opposition party have
failed to agree on austerity measures designed
to restore confidence in the country's debt-
laden economy. Portugal, like other eurozone
countries Greece, Ireland and Spain, is battling
a government debt crisis that has threatened to
ruin its economy.

SEOUL, South Korea - South Korea's eco-
nomic growth slowed sharply in the third quar-
ter on weaker exports and manufacturing as
prospects for the global recovery turn cloudy.
The Bank of Korea said that South Korea's
gross domestic product expanded 0.7 percent in
the three months through September, slowing
from 1.4 percent growth in the previous quarter.
It was the second straight quarter that growth
slowed.

PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia - Malaysia and
India concluded negotiations Wednesday for
a free trade pact that will take effect next year,
setting the stage for annual bilateral trade to
soar to $15 billion by 2015.
Trade and commerce ministers from both
sides signed an agreement during a visit by
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to
Malaysia, confirming the end of talks that began
in February 2008 and stipulating a time frame
for the deal's implementation.

LIMASSOL, Cyprus - Greece isn't looking.
to extend the repayment period of an emer-
gency bailout loan, but that hasn't been ruled
out, the nation's finance minister said.

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Dubai
World secured full creditor support for its $24.9
billion debt restructuring plan after the last
holdout lender unloaded its claim, representa-
tives of the state conglomerate said.

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa will
focus on building its foreign exchange reserves
and lowering debt to rein in its strengthening,
currency, the country's finance minister said
Wednesday.

BUCHAREST, Romania - An official from
Romania's Parliament says the country's gov-
ernment has survived a no-confidence vote.

GENEVA - Switzerland and Germany are
poised to sign a deal that will make it easier for
Berlin to obtain information on suspected tax
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omy for weeks, canceling trains, causing school closures and shutting down one gas station in four.


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PARIS
France's parliament grant-
ed final approval Wednesday
to a bill raising the retirement
age from 60 to 62, a reform
that has infuriated the coun-
try's powerful unions and
touched off weeks of protests
and strikes.
The 336-233 vote in the
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Some striking refinery
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about one gas station in five
was still closed, with the worst
problems around Paris and in
western France.
Striking dock workers have
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in the Mediterranean as far
as the eye can see off the port
of Marseille, waiting to
unload. The Normandy port
of Le Havre faces a similar
situation.


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Unions see retirement at 60
as a cornerstone of France's
generous social benefit sys-
tem, but the conservative gov-
ernment says the entire pen-
sion system is in jeopardy
without the reform because
. French people now have
longer lifespans - an aver-
age of nearly 85 years for
women and 78 for men,
according to newly released
figures from statistics agency
Insee. .
Millions of people have
-marched.against the plan, and
strikes and protests.have
caused travel chaos, school
closures and fuel shortages
for weeks.
SPrime Minister Francois


"Until the bill
becomes law,
we will contin-
ue to fight."

Bernard Thibault
Fillon said "the vigor of the
debate was legitimate, but
everyone must now accept the
law of the Republic."
But Bernard Thibault, who
heads the hardline CGT labor
union, told Liberation news-
paper that the battle wasn't
over yet.
Another national day of
street protests is planned for
Nov. 6.
"Until the bill becomes law,
we will continue to fight," he
said.
The opposition Socialists
plan to challenge the bill's
constitutionality before a spe-
cial council. Sarkozy must
wait for the council's approval
before he signs it, a step
expected in mid-November.
Retirement reform is a tra-
ditionally touchy subject in
France, where street protests
have brought down past gov-
ernments.
Now that the toughest'
-reform of his terrffis behindd'
him, Sarkozy is, planning a
Cabinet reshuffle, a move that
will freshen up his govern-
ment's image before the 2012
election.


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CLEAN-UP TIME: Garbage collectors begin tackling Marseille's reek-
ing mounds of trash in the center of Marseille, southern .France,
Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010. Striking garbage collectors in Marseille
faced 9,000 tons of garbage that have piled up in the streets in the last
two weeks. The FO union voted Monday evening to end the protest out
of concerns over "hygiene and safety." City authorities said it would
take four to five days before France's second-largest city starts look-
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European air officials
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imposing useless and overly
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sures, calling Wednesday for
the Obama administration to
reexamine policies ranging
from online security checks to
X-raying shoes. British Air-
ways' chairman made the first
in a wave of complaints, saying
in a speech to airport operators
that removing shoes and tak-
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"completely redundant" mea-
sures demanded by the U.S.
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other European airlines, and
the European Union. The EU
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examinations of shoes and lap-
tops appeared to be unneces-
sary and were inconsistently
applied in different airports.
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urgently needed to ensure that
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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT 2000

IMA INVESTMENTS HOLDINGS LTD.
(In Voluntary Liquidation)


Notice is hereby given in pursuance of Section 137 (4)
of the International Business Companies Act, IMA IN-
VESTMENTS HOLDINGS LTD. is in Dissolution.

The date of commencement of the dissolution was
20th of October 2010.



Diane E. Fletcher
of Buen Retiro, Nassau, Bahamnas is the Liquidator of
IMA INVESTMENTS HOLDINGS LTD.




NOTICE
URKMENIS LTD.
In Voluntary Liquidation


Notice is hereby given that in accordance with
Section 138(4) of the International Business
Companies Act. 2000, URKMENIS LTD. is in
dissolution as of October'20, 2010.


International Liquidator Services Inc. situated at
3rd Floor Withfield Tower, 4792 Coney Drive,
Belize City, Belize is the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR


Photo taken by newscast for Barnes & Noble.
(Jim Sulley/newscast)

Legal Notice
NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:
(a) RICHELIEU INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS LTD. is in dis-
solution under the provisions of the International Business Companies
Act 2000.
(b) The Dissolution of said Company commenced on October 27,2010
when its Articles of Dissolution were submitted and registered by the
Registrar General.
(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Zakrit Services Ltd. of 2nd
Terrace West, Centreville, Nassau, Bahamas.
(d) All persons having Claims against the above-named Company
are required on or before the 9th day of December, 2010 to send
their names and addresses and.particulars,of their debts or claims to
the Liquidator of the company or, in default thereof, they may be
excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts
are proved.
October 28, 2010
ZAKRIT SERVICES LTD.
LIQUIDATOR OF THE ABOVE-NAMED COMPANY


NOTICE

BRITISH BANK OF LATIN
AMERICA LIMITED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by a Unanimous
Written Consent of the Shareholders of the above-named
Company on the 12th day of October, 2010 the following
resolutions were passed:


RESOLVED that BRITISH BANK OF LATIN
AMERICA LIMITED be wound up voluntarily.

RESOLVED that Roy Bailey of Ernst & Young, The
Bahamas and Rob McMahon of Ernst &Young Ltd.,
Cayman Islands be appointed the Liquidators for the
purpose of such winding up each with the authority to
act jointly or severally on behalf of thg Company.


Dated the 26"' day of October, 2010.


GTC Corporate Services Limited
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3rd Floor Withfielid Tower, 4792 Coney Drive,
Belize City, Belize is the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR


NOTICE
ZIRCON STARS INC.
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance
with Section 138(4) of the International Busi-
ness Companies Act. 2000, ZIRCON STARS
INC. is in dissolution as of October 21, 2010.


International Liquidator Services Inc.
situated at 3rd Floor Withfield Tower, 4792
Coney Drive, Belize City, Belize is the Liquidator.


LIQUIDATOR


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THE TIBUN THUSDAYOCTOER 2, 201,SPAEES3


TV commercials shrink



to match attention spans


(AP Photo/Procter & Gamble, Wieden+Kennedy)
IN THIS VIDEO frame provided by Procter & Gamble (Old
Spice) and Wieden+Kennedy, a 15-second Old Spice com-
mercial segment is shown.


EMILY FREDRIX,
AP Marketing Writer
NEW YORK


And now, a word from our
sponsors. A very brief word.
TV commercials are shrink-
ing along with attention spans
and advertising budgets. The
15-second ad is increasingly
common, gradually supplanti-
ng the 30-second spot just as it
knocked off the full-minute
pitch decades ago.
For viewers, it means more
commercials in a. more rapid-
fire format. For advertisers,
shorter commercials are a way
to save some money, and
research shows they hold on to
more eyeballs than the longer
format.
"It used to be that the most
valuable thing on the planet
was time, and now the most
valuable thing on the planet is
attention," says John Greening,
associate professor at North-
western University's journal-
ism school and a former execu-
tive vice president at ad agency
DDB Chicago.
So instead of seeing a length-
ier plot line, viewers are treated
to the sight of, say, the popular
"Old Spice man" riding back-
ward on a horse through vari-
ous scenes for just 15 seconds.
Or the "most interesting man
in the world," the suave,
rugged, Spanish-accented char-
acter pitching Dos Equis beer,
appearing just long enough to
turn his head and weigh in on
the topic of rollerblading. (Ver-
dict?'A deadpan "No.")
The number of 15-second
television commercials has
jumped more than 70 percent in
five years to nearly 5.5 million
last year, according to Nielsen.
They made up 34 percent of all
national ads on the air last year,


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up from 29 percent in 2005.
Commercial-skipping digital
video recorders and distractions
such as laptops and phones
have shortened viewers' atten-
tion spans, says Deborah
Mitchell, executive director of
the Center for Brand and Prod-
uct Management at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin. Viewers
are also watching TV streamed
on sites like Hulu, where adver-
tisers have less of a presence.
So companies figure: "Why
spend money on anything
longer anyway? Plus, if they're
going to skip our ads, at least
we have a better chance of
them seeing something if it's
really short."
Fifteen-second ads cost about
the same per second as longer
ones but, of course, cost half as
much. A 15-second ad on net-
work TV cost about $20,000 on
average last year, according to
Nielsen.
"It becomes a very seductive
thing to get your message out
there at half the cost," says
Mike Sheldon, CEO of adver-
tising agency Deutsch LA, a
unit of Interpublic Group.


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On average, about 5 percent
of an audience viewing a 15-
second commercial will give up
on it. The number jumps to
about 6 percent for 30 seconds
and 6.5 percent for 60 seconds,
says Jeff Boehme, chief
research officer for Kantar
Media.
Previously, 15-second ads
were mostly edited versions of
30-second spots, but that's
changing. Advertisers are mak-
ing shorter commercials as
stand-alones. The length is ide-
al to remind people of prod-
ucts, stores or prices, but not
to introduce them.
More than half of commer-
cials run by packaged-goods
companies and 60 percent of
fast-food ads are 15 seconds,
according to Kantar. The
advertisers simply show a pic-
ture of the products, flash a
price and the brain knows what
the marketer means.
Take the new campaign for
Burger King, which is selling
its breakfast options. A 15-sec-
ond ad airing now features a
mailman walking down the
street carrying a plate of eggs,
pancakes and hash browns.
There's no verbal description
of the product. Instead he sings:
"Did you know that breakfast
was served at Burger King?
The ultimate breakfast platter.
That's what I call delivering."
The shorter ads also mean
marketers can be on the air
more frequently, even within
the same commercial break.
For example: During a recent
episode of CBS' "How I Met
Your Mother," viewers were
bombarded with five brief ads


(AP Photo/Volkswagen North America)
IN THIS VIDEO frame provided by Volkswagen of North Amer-
ica, a segment from a 15-second commercial is shown.
in just a minute and a half, count - in a few seconds and
including two spots for Dunkin then recall that information in
Donuts sandwiched around a just one second, Mitchell says.
more traditional 30-second ad People can't help soaking up
for Aetna. the message. "When things are
The quick-hit formula is working that fast, you can't tell
common in the political ads yourself, 'No, I'm not going to
flooding viewers ahead of Tues- think about that,'" she says.
day's elections. Fifteen seconds "Your brain lights up so you
is plenty of time for an attack don't have a choice."
ad that can then be repeated,
and repeated again.
Such repetition helps beat RBC, a leading North Ame
messages into viewers' heads. i recruiting
That's why Anheuser-Busch is recruiting
would rather air four 15-second
ads for Select 55, its 55-calorie
beer, than one 60-second ad,
says Keith Levy, marketing vice
president for the St. Louis sub-
sidiary of Anheuser-Busch Lai
InBev.
"With Select 55, we were try- for their International We
ing to establish the notion that
this was he lightest beer in the
world," he says. Simple com-


mercials featuring a bottle that
floats on air don't need long to
drive home that message.
Big advertisers are driving
the shift. Procter & Gamble,
the maker of Crest toothpaste
and Tide detergent and the
world's biggest advertiser, dou-
bled its number of 15-second
ads to more than 299,000 last
year from the year before.
Walmart, the world's largest
retailer, has increased its use of
15-second ads nearly 30-fold to
148,000 last year from only
about 5,700 in 2005. The retail-
er plans even more this holiday
season.
Shorter ads can be just as
effective as longer ones. View-
ers can form new associations
- say, knowing about a dis-


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The world's most popular
search engine is trying to do
a better job showing infor-
mation about local business-
es.
Google hopes to achieve
the goal with a new way of
processing search requests
seeking information about
merchants or things to do in
a specific city..
Google Inc. has re-pro-
grammed its search engine
so that when it detects this
type of inquiry, it will auto-
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results page to data about
places pertaining to the
request.
For example, "San Fran-
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page of results listing differ-
ent places to eat, accompa-
nied by a map, phone num-
bers, addresses and reviews.
The switch to a new sys-
tem will begin affecting
results Wednesday.
It could take several days
before the new "Place
Search" feature is available
everywhere.

erican financial institution,
for the role of


ionship

nager
alth Management division.


Description of role and key responsibilities:
* Foster a proactive relationship management approach
with clients and partners.
* Continuous-improvement approach to achieving a
superior client experience.
* Liaise with clients and advisors to determine needs,
objectives and solutions.
* Ensure that any new business gained is structured in a
manner that is most appropriate for the client.
* Achieve net annual increase in assets and revenues as
agreed with the Managing Director to help the group to
achieve superior net asset growth and optimised
profitability.
* Build the client base of the business through lead
generation from sources including internal and exter-
nal COI's.
* To participate in activities and implement initiatives in
order to increase the client base of the business and
resultant revenue generation.
* To keep up to date with all new planning opportunities
as well as key jurisdictional updates that may be
relevant to or enhance existing and potential client
relationships.
* To be an enabler for our distribution network and
create activities that foster more business for the
Caribbean.
* Team player skills and behaviours essential to ensure
success and business acceptance.

Core skills and knowledge:
* Undergraduate degree in business, relevant profes-
sional qualifications preferred (ie Series 7 or Canadian
Securities Course).
* Comprehensive experience cross-industry with a good
understanding of financial markets and planning
techniques.
* Proven track record in sourcing, delivering and
relationship managing quality profitable business.
* Strong inter-personal skills with ability to communi
cate with clients, advisors, colleagues etc, at senior
level: Good presentation and communication skills.
* Results oriented with ability to use own initiative and
be a self-starter.
* Strong negotiation/sales skills with ability to grasp
issues at strategic level.
* Product awareness and good technical trust knowledge.
* Spanish and/or Portuguese oral and written required.

About Our People, Our Culture
We believe our people are our main strength, and to
this end we are dedicated to continually developing our
employees.

This position offers opportunities for career
progression and appropriate training will be provided.
We offer an attractive compensation package, which
includes incentive bonuses and a comprehensive
health & benefits plan. Remuneration will be
commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Interested persons should apply by
Friday, October 29,2010 to

Royal Bank of Canada Trust Company (Bahamas)
Limited
P. O. Box N-3024
Nassau, NP, Bahamas
Attention: Human Resource Department
Via Email: shelly.mackey@rbc.com


Only applications from suitable qualified
candidates will be acknowledged


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New home sales



rise 6.6 pet. after



dismal summer


ALAN ZIBEL.
AP Real Estate Writer
WASHINGTON
, . [ . o' l . I I . v, I1o lllnc.,



month earlier to a seasonally i
adjusted annual sales pace ofI
d..,,I., h 0L][ n1 10 lhIIOUgh 10 1lif
1-li1 C lommiiel[ Dv-p-irtlncir
sa uL,\V honme sales in Sep-
tember grew 6.6 percent from a
month earlier to a seasonally
adjusted annual sales pace of
307,000. Even with the increase,
the past five months have been
the worst for new home sales
on records dating back to 1963.
Paul Dales, U.S. economist
With Capital Economics, called
the September home sales
encouraging. But he said it
doesn't change the fact that
activity remains at extremely
low levels.
"That's unlikely to change
for a few years," Dales said.
The uptick in new home sales
wasn't enough to convince
investors that the sector has
returned to health.
Most major homebuilder
stocks fell after the report's
release. Toll Brothers Inc. fell


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BUSINESS
nearly 2 percent.
"The housing s ocks are like-
ly to perform well only if broad-
er indications of economic
,improvement continue," said
Michael Gaiden, an analyst
with Morningstai Inc.
New home salebs have risen
9 percent from the bottom in
May but are still down 78 per-
cent from their peak sales pace
of nearly 1.4 million homes in
July 2005.
It will likely take about there


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SALES BOOST: In this Sept. 21, 2010 photo, a construction worker moves boards at a new home site, in West Des Moines, Iowa. Sales
of new homes improved last month after the worst summer in nearly five decades, but not enough to lift the struggling economy.


years for the industry to get
back to a healthy annual rate
of about 600,000 homes sold,
said Brad Hunter, chief econo-
mist with Metrostudy, a real
estate research and consulting
firm.
Allegations that banks cut
corners when filing legal docu-
ments to foreclose on home-
owners could actually benefit
homebuilders, Hunter said.
Consumers might start to favor
new homes over previously
owned homes, worried that the
purchase of a foreclosure could
be contested or canceled if the
previous owner claims the fore-
closure was invalid.
Builders are competing with


millions of foreclosures and
other distressed properties that
show no signs of abating. They
are unlikely to ramp up con-
struction until those are cleared
away and demand picks up.
High unemployment, tight
credit and uncertainty about
home prices have kept people
from buying homes. Govern-
ment tax credits propelled the
market earlier in the year, but
those expired in April.
The September sales figures
were driven by a 61 percent
monthly surge in the Midwest.
Sales grew about 3 percent in
the South and Northeast. They
fell by nearly 10 percent in the
West.


The median sales price was
$223,800. That was up 3.3 per-
cent from a year earlier.
The number of unsold new
homes on the market fell to
204,000, the lowest since July
1968. At the current sales pace,
it would take about eight
months to exhaust that supply,
compared with a healthy level


of about six months. The indus-
try is suffering the fallout of a
massive building boom, in
which many homes were sold
to speculators.
They then resold the homes,
often to borrowers who took
out risky loans and defaulted.
Those unsustainable boom
times aren't coming back.


NOTICE
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No,45 of 2000).

AIRLINE BROKING

SERVICES LIMITED
LK L I D ITOR'S NOTICE

PURSUANT TO SECTION 138 OF
THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT

We, Redcom Consultants Limited, Liquidator of the above-ref-
erenced company, hereby certify that the winding up and dis-
solution has been completed in accordance with the Articles of
Dissolution and the company has been struck of the Registers
of Companies.

.... "ctober. A.D. 2010.


For nd on halt of
Redc rn Coosultants Limited
Liquidal.QJ



NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No 46 of 2000)

VORAMAR INTERNATIONAL LTD.
IBC N* 120678 B
(In Voluntary Liquidation)

NOTICE is hereby given that in accordance with section 131 (2)
(a) of the International Business Companies Act N�. 46 of 2000,
VORAMAR INTERNATIONAL LTD. is in Dissolution.

Any person having a Claim against the above-named Company is
required on or before the 29th November, 2010 to send their name,
address and particulars of the debt or claim to the liquidator of the
Company, or in default thereof they may be excluded from he ben-
elit of any distribution made before such claim is approved.

Rosana Hollins of Suite 2B, Mansion House, 143 Main Street,
Gibraltar is the Liquidator of VORAMAR INTERNATIONAL
LTD.







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Nassau Airport
Development Company



Tender

C-140 AlrsdeCividlad C- 150 Landstla Cvl Stage 2 and 3

Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) is pleased to
announce the release of Tender C-140 Airside Civil and C-150
Landside Civil for Stage 2 and 3 of the Lynden Pindling International
Airport Expansion. NAD intends to enter into one contract for the
completion of these work packages.
The scope of work includes:
* Eartlhoving, drainage and utility works both airside and
landside,
* Roadway, parking lot and apron construction including asphalt
and concrete pavement
* Signage and lighting for roadways, parking lots, aprons and
taxiways; and
* Installation of hard and soft landside landscaping and irrigation
The C-140 Airside Civil and C-150 Landside Civil, Stage 2 and 3
Tender Documents will be available for pick up or electronic
distribution after 3:00 pm, Thursday October 28th, 2010
A bidders meeting will be held at 10:00 am, Tuesday
November 9th, 2010,
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Thursday,

October 28th
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"Resting in the Savior's Arms"

KENNETH EDISON THOMPSON
March 28, 1919 - September 29, 1989

CLEOLA MARY THOMPSON
August 16, 1932 - October 28, 2009

Deeply missed by your loving children:
Carolyn, Warren, Lana, Locksley,
Theresa, Kirkwood, Anton, Marsha,
Brentwood, Allison
Grandchildren, other relatives.and
friends

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GERTRUDE THERESA PERPALL

"A Virtuous Womach"


The family of the late Gertrude Perpall, c\pret, our ,m'L. gratitude to all who
showed their sympathy through words of comfort, prayers, cards, emails,
telephone calls, floral arrangements, meals, home visits and all acts of kindness
given to the family during the illness and passing of our precious and beloved
mother, grandmother, great grandmother, wife, sister and aunt.
We especially thank Father Jaunes Moultrie, 'of St. Matthews Church, who came
regularly to minister to Mom at home during her illness and also for a glorious
home-going sermon during her funeral service. Thanks also to Fr. Don Haynes of
St. Matthews Church, Archdeacon I. Ranfurly Brown and Fr. Bernard Been of St.
Agnes Church, the ACW and ACM, St. Agnes Church, Fr. Etienne Edison
Bowleg. Hon. Fred Mitchell, M.P. Fox Hill, Mr. Esau Roker, Messrs. Nick and
Charles Klonaris, management and staf Water and Sewerage Corporation. Water
and Sewerage Management Union, Management and staff Bahamas Electricity
Corporation, the loving neighbors and friends of the cul-de-sac, Pepper Road,
Eastwood Subdivision her caretakers, Joanne Poitier and Dianne Johnson,
members of the Birthday Club, the Golden Girls, former residents of Tin Shop
Corner, former staff members of Mike's and Galaxy Shoe Stores, Ruth Coakley,
and Doctors of Elizabeth Estates Clinic, Ambulance drivers and Paramedics,
management and staff of Restview Memorial Mortuary. We, the family, express
great appreciation to everyone who made a good impression on our mother's life
during her wonderful and blessed existence on earth.
TO GOD BE THE GLORY for our BELOVED MOM.

"You can shed tears that she is gone
Or you can mile because she has lived
You can close your eyes and pray that she'll come back
Or you can open your eyes and see all she's left
You can remember her and only that she's gone
Or you can cherish her memory and let it live on"







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GODFREY LISON
Retired Assistant Superinten dent of Police
1956-20#9
Its has been a year since you have left us phIysically.
Your love and nurturing is continually being flt front
iiour place in Heaven. Through pain, hardships and
loneliness your gemns Janet, lasmine, ]Jailde and Emerald are
conttrning ihat }You haee started'
Love You snd niss YOL"
Thri Fnamily/


RUSSELL & PINDER'S

FUNERAL HOME
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250
P.O. Box F-40557 - Freeport, Grand Bahamas



TESSA DOREEN
| ADDERLEY, 70


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of 49E Gladstone Terrace, Freeport, will
be held at First Baptist Church Columbus
Drive and Nansen Avenue on Saturday,
October 30, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. George L. Cumberbatch.
Interment will follow in the Pinder's Point
Cemetery, Pinder's Point, Grand Bahama.


I . -; - She is survived by two children: Galvin
S ' and Dwayne Adderley; two daughters-in-
law: Pamela and Cassandra; four grand-
children: Bria, Tiahra, Gyles and Alana; one sister: Hilma Martin;
one brother: Talmage Pinder; one aunt: Dorcus Pinder; sisters-in-law:
Anita and Alice Pinder; nephews and nieces: Lloyd (Marlene)
Clifford (Coral), Kendal, Damian (Philippa), Almeric (Cotrina), Al
(Lila), David, Douglas (Naomi), Stephen (Patrice), Derek, Michael
(Grace) and Trevor Pinder, Don (Vancita) and David (Janice)
Martin, Miriam Major, Cyntra, Feadore, Krista, Sandra and Claire
Pinder and Denise Martin; other relatives and friends including: Ruth
Smith, Lillian and Henry Cooper, Hattie and William Cooper, Agatha
Thompson and the Staff of The Childrenis Centre, Victoria Wright,
Laura Laing, Preston and Manulita Rolle, Louise Gibbs, Adrian
Dorsette, Sherry and Larry Sears, Joanne and Jefelton Stubbs,
Tamera and Raymond Sears, Craig and Ella Cooper, Bernard
Cooper, Florinda Kildman: godchildren: Rowena Albury, Linda
Gibson and Michael (Mikie) Pinder: Rev. Dr. George L.
Cumberbatch, officers and members of First Baptist Church, the
entire Pinder's Point and Eight Mile Rock families.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at First Baptist
Church on Friday, October 29, 2010 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m and
again on Saturday, October 30, 2010 from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT


ANDREKA D.
SMITH, 30
of Hunters, Grand Bahama, died at her
S, residence on Friday, October 22, 2010.
- . She is survived by her mother: Barbara
Elizabeth Grant; father: Elmore Smith;
.. . , great-grandmother: Doris Grant; numer-
ous other relatives and friends.
Funeral arrangements will be announced
at a later date.


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Cedar Grest Funeral Home
DIGNITY IN SERVICE
Robinson Road and First Street * P.O.Box N-603 * Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Telephone: 1-242-325-5168/328-1944/393-1352


FELIX GOTHAL
DARRINGTON
DELEVEAUX, 89

a resident of #71 Orleander Drive, South
Beach Estates and formerly of Colonial
Hill, Crooked Island, will be held on
Saturday, 30th October, 2010, 2:30p.m.
at All Saints Anglican Church, All
-- ~Saints Way, Joans Heights. Officiating
will be Rev. Fr. S. Sebastian Campbell. Interment will be made in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left with cherish memories are 1 son, Felix Deleveaux Jr.; 3
daughters, Hermia Brown, Persis Cunningham and Almada
Deleveaux; 1 sister, Leah Cunningham; grandsons, Ricardo,
Oswald (Romano), Edmund and Derek Deleveaux, Ferron
Adderley and Sean Lighbourne; granddaughters, Yvette
Lockhart, Charlene Rodgers, Letitia Vashti Brown, Jeroma
Brown Knowles, Myra Brown, Sonia Cates, Nannette Dorsette,
Italia (Tasha) Deleveaux, Terez and Nacara; great-grandchil-
dren, Avala Lockhart, Ilka and Miya Rodgers, Tamika Carey,
Chelsea Knowles, Dennis Jr., Timothy, Denson and Danielle
Cates, Dylan, Darion and Danae Dorsette, Anton Minnis,
Rishae, Ricardo Jr., and Erianna Deleveaux, Krishan and Natalia
Deleveaux and Corrine Adderley, Wellington and Zo; great-
great-grandchildren, Timothy Jr., Deniah and Nazia Cates,
Corbin and Makenzie Lockhart; 2 sisters-in-law, Eunice
Deleveaux and Luellen Farquharson; son-in-law, Godfrey
Cunningham; nieces, Dorcas Sawyer, Joyce Gage, Marilyn
Munroe, Jane Walkine, Arlene Turner, Ruth Turnquest, Naomi
Coakley and Luann King; nephews, Anvil Cunningham Jr.,
Christopher, Kenneth, Robert and Kermit Farquharson, Vincent
and Sequel Coakley; in-laws, Charmaine Deleveaux, Mary
Deleveaux, Crystal Lockhart, Vanessa Cates, Sheilamae
Adderley, Pearl Godfrey, Edward Lockhart, Edison Rodgers,
Dennis Cates, Derek Dorsette and Allan Coakley; numerous
other relatives and friends including, descendants of Smart and
William Deleveaux, Brown and Cunningham families, Mrs.
Muriel Deleveaux, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Miller & family, Mrs.
Tirzah Williams & family, Mr. & Mrs. Dowdswell Coakley,
Crooked Island, Long Cay and Acklins communities, Grove
Holiday Crew, Orleander Street South Beach Estates neighbor-
hood and others too numerous to mention.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest
Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street on Friday from
12:00 noon to 6:00p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m to 12:30


p.m. and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service time.

JOSEPH JOHN
TYNES, 39

a resident of Fire Trail Road will be held
11.00a.m. Saturday, October 30th 2010
at St Joseph Catholic Church, Boyd
Road. Officiating: Rev. Fr Martin
Gomes, SS.CC. Interment will be made
in the Church, Cemetery, Boyd Road.
Cherished memories are his mother Ms
Barbara Tynes, 2 children Tyreik and
Nyla Tynes, 2 sisters Rose Tynes-Johnson and Agnes Tynes-
Stubbs, 2 brothers Paul & Patrick Tynes, 3 Aunts Ruby
Murdoch-Hill, Jacqueline Pitman and Ruby Ferguson, 4 nieces
Darice Hanna, Brittani Johnson, Alphese Stubbs, Shetara Bain,
3 nephews Terron Campbell, Calvin, Nikolas Tynes, 1 sister in
law Monique Tynes, Godmothers Carnetta Basden and Zoe
Galanis, other relatives and friends including Cheyanne
Cartwright-Tynes, Keith and Mabel Mason & family, Marisa,
Keith Jr, Allison & Kevin and their families, Kevin Turnquest &
family, Vince Rahming, Vincent Goldie & Rico Archer, Sean
Tynes, Kayla Farquharson, Iris & Sharon Tynes, Gina, Raymond
& Rudolph Green, Arthur Ted , Stephanie, Tammy, Stephon, &
Teka Rahming, David, Melanie, Rubyann & Elizabeth, Sybil
Butler, Debbie Bootle & family, Kayla and Duke Smith & fami-
ly, Mr & Mrs Godfrey, Debra, Kevin, Allison, Kenny, Kirk and
Godfrey Basden & families, Clifford & Zoe Galanis & family,
Henry, Teddie and Phylicia Woods, Yvonne Isaacs & family, Don
and Kaye Aranaha & family, Wellington and Paulette Rolle, Paul
and Harolene Walker & family, Philip, Rex, Marcian, Paul,
Daphne and Judy Major and their families, Ambrose Kim
McSweeney, Keith and Stephen McSweeney, Audley Fraser &
family, Lydia Lightbourne & family, Mr & Mrs Neeley
Cartwright, Val and Monique Cartwright, Flora Hanna, Claude,
Dawn Gary, Brian and Rudolph Hanna & their families, Francis
Bethel & family, Horace & Delores Miller & family, Cindy Miller
& family, Reginald Muffy Holbert, Joseph Big Joe Pierre,
Beryl Barnett & family, Ernest Ferguson, Jada Wilson, Eugene
Strong & Colin Coleby and family, Peter Johnson, Ann Marie
Bain, Nick Ebanks, Tynes Hanna, Heastie & Turnquest families,
St Joseph Church family, the Fire Trail and Carmichael Road
community and a host of others too numerous to mention.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest
Funeral Home, Robinson Road & First Street on Friday from 12
noon to 6:00 p.m. and at the church from 10:00 a.m. to service
time.






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Yager


Funeral Kiome & Crematorium
Queen's Highway
P.O. Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: 352-8118 * Paging: 352-6222 #1724
Fax. 351-3301


SAS I 9:00a.m. to service time.


MARGUERITE
"Margo"
LUTISHA LOCKHART-
HOYTE, 41


Sa resident of Hunter's, Grand Bahama
M and formerly of Ragged Island, will be
held on Saturday, 30th October , 2010 at
10:00 a.m. at Universal Household of
Faith, Hawksbill, Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Bishop Ricardo Grant. Cremation will Follow.
Treasured memories will forever live in the hearts of her husband
David Hoyte two daughters Stephanie and Saliyah Rolle two
sons Steven Jr. and Stephen Rolle two adopted mothers Gloria
Lockhart and Gwendolyn Rolle Dorsett one brother Carlton
Lockhart 13 sisters Coretta, Margaret and Miriam Lockhart,
Carol Neely, Cecelia Gardiner, Maxine Wallace, Melanie
Cartwright, Gloria Reid, Karen Cooper, Diana Culmer, Charlene
Garvey, Sonia Rolle and Jandy Darvelle one stepdaughter Tigua
one stepson David Lashawn six aunts Olga Lockhart, Alma
Barnett of Ft. Wayne Indiana, Sheila, Louise, Velma and Miriam
Curling three uncles Rodney Lockhart, Cecil and Aubrey Curling
17 neices Aretha, Alisa, Kirktina, Temara, Tempra, Kassidy,
Yasmin, Kandaisy, Carmaine, Christine, Sheniqua, Samsurea,
Deri'ka, Estell, Bernadette, Ava and Monet 13 nephews Gregory,
Carlton Jr., Torey, Nehemiah, Michael, Marcellus, Laterrio,
Deswell, Carl Jr., Phillip, Kervin, Julian, Ty, Cecil III and Nikolas
Cepal mother- in- law Mary Hoyte nine brothers-in-law Leroy
Gardiner, Daniel Wallace, Cecil Cartwright, John Knowles, Yule,
Leslie, Johnny, Michael and Quame Hoyte six sisters-in-law
Lydia Lockhart, Agatha Wallace, Pat, Phyllis, Kizzy and Lisa
Hoyte and host of other relatives and friends including Sandra
Johnson, Margo Bethel, Thelma Brice, C-Twins Beauty Supply,
Sweat Pea Restaurant staff, Bishop Ricardo Grant and the
Universal Household of Faith Church, .St. Pauls Methodist
College Class of 1986, Lorraine Edgecombe, Miracle Revival
International Ministries (Andros),. Faye Lockhart-Smith of
Miami, Florida FDK Laminators. and the entire Ragged Island
Community.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Yager Funeral
Home & Crematorium Ltd, Queens Highway Freeport on Friday
from 12:00 noon to 6:00p.m. and at the Church on Saturday from


LEON EMMANUEL
BRICE, 63


Interment will
Frobisher Drive


a resident of #154 Juniper Lane,
Freeport will be held on Saturday 30th,
October, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at
Community at Heart Tabernacle,
'I Church of God of Prophecy, Coral Road.
Officiating will be Rev. Theophilus
Rolle, assisted by Rev. Kenth Lewis.
follow in the Grand Bahama Memorial Park,


Left to cherish his memories are his wife Francita Brice daughter
Adeshia Brice-Briggs two sons Clifford and Nako Brice six
grandchildren Andreea Bustillo, Brett Smith, Jessica Thompson,
Lateshia, Dario and Clifonya Brice three great grandchildren
Alysa and Alaina Bustillo and Andrea Smith son- in-law Richard
Briggs grandson-in-law Ivis Bustillo two brothers Sidney Brice
and Samuel "Mighty" Moncur five sisters Sylvia Bethel, Cynthia
Armbrister, Rose Michelle, Paula Brice and Julia Bodie mother-
in-law Alfreda White numerous in laws including Virginia and
Erskine Hutcheson, Philip White, Alexander Horton, Angeline
and Ernest Smith, Joseph McQuay, Nadine Vannoy, Carolyn and
Greg Burdine-Coakley, Marilyn DeShanks, Philippa Johnson,
Verna Brice, Bernard Bethel, Glen, Leslie, Tyrone and Terry
Miller and a host of other relatives and friends including
Matthew, Shena and Rodger Johnson, Henry Brice, Neville and
Magaret Woodside, Christine Walker, William Sands, Joan Rolle,
Velsa Diazgarcia, Uleda Strachan, Derrik and Karen Miller,
Queenie Dean, Janice and Doswell Coakley, Rodger, Sean,
Timothy, Sheena and Alfonzo Johnson, Willimae Scott, Chris and
Joseph Cooper, George Berennen, Wesley Thompson, Johnathon
and Terry Cox, Herbert Burrows, Cindy, Bernadette and Tony
Bethel, Livingston and Carolyn Rolle, Deon Forbes, Ena Rolle,
Ena Cooper, Annie and Thelma Sturrup, Jackie Frazer, Rev. and
Mrs. Theophilus Rolle, Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Lewis and the
entire St. Paul's Church Family.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral
Home and Crematorium on Queens Highway from 12:00 noon
until 6:00 p.m. on Friday and at the church from 9:30a.m. until
service time on Saturday.







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

Memorial/Funeral Services


Memorial Service


REV. CLARETTA
CAMPBELL, 73
of Lowe Sound Andros, will be held on
Thursday October 28th, 2010, at 7:00 p.m.
at St. Mark's Native Baptist Church,
Romer Street Fox Hill. Officiating will be
Rev. Dr. Carrington S. Pinder, assisted by
Rev. Tyrone L. Sands.

Funeral Announcement
REV. CLARETTA CAMPBELL, 73
of Lowe Sound Andros will be held on Sunday 31st October 2010
at 11:00 a.m. at The Cathedral of Olive, Morgan's Bluff Drive
Andros. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Philip Campbell and Bishop
Neville Campbell. Interment will follow in City of Olive Memorial
Gardens, Andros.
Left to cherish her memories are her six sons: Bishop Neville
Campbell of Freeport Grand Bahama, Sidney Campbell, Counsel:
Attorney At Law, Minister Solomon Campbell, Rev. Dr. Philip
Campbell, Ricardo Campbell, and Albert Campbell Jr.; six daugh-
ters: Albertha Stubbs, Sharon McPhee of Freeport, Grand
.Bahama, Monique Mayers of Toronto Canada, Michelle
McIntosh, Angela Munnings and Neteshia Campbell; three sons-
in-law: Randolph McPhee, Philip Mayers and Kentroy Munnings
Sr.; five daughters-in-law: Demetria Campbell, Veronica
Campbell, Sharon Campbell, Telsie Campbell and Shaka
Campbell; three adopted daughters: Joyce Gage, Larissa Johnson
and Thesrine Russell; two adopted sons: John Gage of Freeport
Grand Bahama and Barry Usher; one brother: Allan Russell; one
uncle: Shadrack Lewis of Florida; three adopted sisters: Rose M.
Butler, Sis. Peggy Williamson and Ocie Billard of Florida; numer-
ous nieces and nephews; thirty-four grandchildren; five adopted
grandchildren; nine great-grand-children; six sisters-in-laws:
Zilpha "Unie" Campbell -Marshall, Marion Campbell-Laidley,
Maxine Peet, Elvia Bowleg, Sarah Evans and Beulah Lafleur; one
brother-in-law: Randell Campbell;: uncle-in-law: Elias Rolle; and a
host of other relatives and friends itoo numerous to mention.
Iri lieu of flowers, donation may be made at Scotia Bank to aid the
Cathedral of Olive Building: Fund #1025184 Nicholl's Town,
Andros.
Friends may pay their last respects at Butlers' Funeral Homes &
Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday October 29th,
2010 11:00 a.m. until 4:00' p.m. on Saturday October 30th,.20101


from 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at The Cathedral of Olive, Morgan's
Bluff Drive, Andros, and on Sunday at the church from 9:00 a.m.,
until service time.

MR. VIVIAN EUGENE
W WATKINS, 51
of Smith Street Chippingham will be held
on Saturday 30th October 2010 at 10:00
a.m. at St. Michael's Methodist Church,
Churchill Avenue. Officiating will be Rev.
Philip Stubbs. Interment will follow in
B ka Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. E
SKennedy Drive.
Left to cherish his memories are his lov-
ing wife of twenty-two plus years: Melissa Watkins; three daugh-
ters: Stacy Moss, Charmaine Johnson and Jasmine Haywood; two
sons: Vivian Watkins III and Jason Watkins; four grand children:
Valentino Jr. and Savanna Moss, Devinique and Deven Johnson;
sister: Barbara Darrell; brother: Charles Watkins Sr., two aunts:
Elise Watkins of Freeport, Grand Bahama, and Luella Watkins;
uncle: Leonard Jervis; two godchildren: Rico Pearce and Chante
Butler; numerous nieces and nephews including: Courtney
Watkins, Evadney Pearce, Shonalee Minnis Allison, Sharise,
Nikara and Sheniqua Taylor, Charles Jr., and Trae Watkins, Jared
Darrell, Devaughn, Whitney, Warren, Tray and Karon Taylor,
Charles Butler Jr., and William Pearce; numerous cousins include
ing: Floyd, Phillip, Dwight, Mervin, Dellison, Carmetta, Carlott4
Watkins, Rupert Jr., Shirley, Debbie and Freddie Watkins of
Freeport grand Bahama, Carl Watkins and family of England,
Micheal, Marva, Leana and Tony Jervis, Rev. Dr. Mavis Holmes
.Hanek, Cynthia Wells, Leafred Rolle, Wendy Hanna, Jacqueline
Johnson, Linda Evans, Valerie Rolle and Danielle Williamsong
father-in-law: Neville Taylor Sr., three sons-in-law: Valentino Moss
Sr., Deven Johnson Sr., and Dominique Haywood; brothers-in-
laws: Charles, Whitney, Neville Jr., Jeffery, Warren, Darren,
Shirlin, Richard of Hollywood FL., and Neville Taylor, Charles
Butler, Garth Whylly and Joseph Anderson; and a host of other
relatives and friends including: the entire Doctors Hospital Staff,
the Batelco Central Line Staff and management team, staff and
management staff of Best Buy/Master TechnicianS, Fine Threads
and St. Michael's Pre-School; and many other special friends and
relatives too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Butlers' Funeral Homes &
Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday. October 29th,
2010 10:00 a. m. until 4:00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday from
9tQ0-a.m.,untiLservice time.


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

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ALLAN FREDERICK
DAVIS, 71
of Blueberry Hill, Fox Hill, will be
held on Saturday 30th October,
2010 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Anne's
Anglican Church, Fox Hill.
Officiating will be Fr. Crosley
Walkine assisted by Fr. Hugh
Bartlett. Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.


Left to cherish his memories are his .daughters: Ayesha
Davis and Arlene Bethel; sisters: Margaret "Peggy"
Culmer, Edna Campbell, Viola Burnside, Mavis, Ruth,
Clothilda, and Renee Davis; brothers: Franklyn, Mark
Anthony and Ezra Davis; aunt: Pearline Davis-Bastian;
-uncles: Joseph and Kenneth Thompson; grand children:
Lamon and Lovette Bethel; son-in-law: Edward Bethel;
sisters-in-laws: Sandy and Linda Davis; numerous nieces
including: Janet Neely, Vanessa Rolle, Aurora Ferguson,
Lakeisha Feaste, Odessa Sands, Oprah Davis, Rickera
McKinzie, Sharanda Davis, Tamantha Saunders, Kiesha,.
Adisha, Shantell, Takeysia, Taneesia, Urshula and Lelia
Davis; nephews: Wesley Jr., Augusta, and Demetrio
Campbell, Frankie Jr., Anthony, Zchivago, Phillard,
Suliman, Marc, Brian, Warren, Antwar, and Omowalee
Davis; caregiver: Mrs. Rosemarie FtHilaire; other rela-
tives and friends including: Dianne Walkes, Dr. Sythela
Cambridge, Sidney Cambridge Sr., Sidney Cambridge Jr.,
Shevonne Cambridge, Yvette Lockhart-Cummings,
Celeste Mitchelle, Patrice Culmer, Kervan Culmer, Denise
Smith, Maria Ferguson and Family, Alfred Davis and
Family, Eugene Culmer, Shirley. Hanna and Family,
Bartholemew Bastian Jr., and Family, Daisy Sparey, Sylvia
Perry, St. Anne's Parish Church family, Ministries of
Education stores Dept., Higgs & Johnson; and others too
numerous to, mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Butlers' Funeral
Homes & Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on
Friday October 29th 2010 10:00 a. m. until 4:00 p.m., and
at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m., until service
time.


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84 Blue Hill Road * P.O. Box N-8161 * Tel: 325-7867
SFax: 325-7867
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Mrs. Darrilyn Edgecombe
Sweeting, 40


a resident- of Dunkirk Street of
Johnson Road, will be held at New
Bethany Baptist Church, Key West
Street, on Saturday, 30th October,
2010 at 11:00 am. Officiating will be
Rev. Dr. Victor Cooper and
Associate Ministers and Interment will follow in the
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.

Left to cherish her memories are her mother, Sandra
Miller; daughter, Crystal Morley; three grandchildren,
Tyler and Tyronique Moxey and Jada St. Jean; special
friend, Jerome Ferguson; three sisters, Valencia and
Kerry Milk� and Niakia Longmore; fo4 brothers, Craig,
Cleveland and Valentino Miller and Bruno Edgecombe;
two aunts, Norma Miller and Ann Rahming;tncle, Sonny
Ray Miller; five nieces, Latoya, Clevandra, Sandrea,
Kayla and Brianna; twenty cousins: Debra, Willamae,
Sgt. 1309 Duncombe, Cpl. Sonny Miller, Rochelle, Dave,
Karen, Racquel, Kimberly, Dwight, Lynnaire, Shanee,
Tameka, Glen, Kino, Mitzi, Jason, Eugene, Antoin and
Ian and a host of other relatives and friends including,
Sybil Sweeting, Hazel Whyte, Penny Shorty, Charles,
Emerald, Rose, Liota, Marie, Gwendlyn Brown, Daisy
Rolle, Lorrine, Vanria Brown, Sylvia Musgrove,'Mr. and
Mrs. Elliott, Ethlyn, Coranell, Beulah, Sylvia Wilmore,
Sylvia Saunders Lewis, Sharon Davis, Janet Saunders,
Susan Toote, Daughters of Light Hope, Irvin, Michelle,
Paulette, Claudine, Michelle, Cecil, Keith; Sancha Bain,
Everette, Marina Stubbs, Cecile Dames, Antonette
Clarke and the entire Kemp Road and Key West Street
community and families.

The body will repose at the Chapel of the Saints
Sweeting's Colonial Mortuary and Crematorium #84
Blue Hill Rd. from 10:00am on Friday until 6:00pm and
on Saturday from 10:00 am. at the Church until service
time.







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regardless of financial condition."
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7th Terrace Collins Avenue on Friday from 10a.m. to 5 p.m. and at the church on
Oliver George Adderley, 66 Saturday from 10a.m. until service time.
of Princess Street, Sir. Lynden Pindling Estates and for-
merly of Burnt Ground, Long Island will be held on Chavanne Augustin, 48
Saturday, October 30th, 2010, 11 a.m. at Blue Hill Gospel
Chapel, Blue Hill Road. Officiating will be Pastor Perry of Fox Hill and formerly of Haiti, will be held on Saturday,
Wallace. Interment will be made in: Woodlawn Gardens, October 30,2010 at 3p.m. at Victory Chapel Church of the
Soldier Road. Nazarene. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Antoine St. Louis,
assisted by Minister Michael Telairin and Deacon Ronald
Left to cherish his memories are his loving wife of 47 Daniel. Interment will follow in the Southern Cemetery,
years, Carriemae Adderley; sons, Christopher Adderley Spikenard Road.
(deceased), Don, Dweven and Ronald Adderley;
Daughters, Patrece Adderley, Conchita Darling and He is survived by his wife, Portia; children; Tamara, Eric
Natasha Adderley; Grandchildren,, Doyle Dean, Latico, and Chilene; parents, Derelus Ususin and Selisia Saintil; 5
Delano, Ashton, Dweven Jr. and Isacc Adderley, Keshawn brothers, Nold, Michel, Franchile, Frankeure -and
Curtis, Matthew Rolle, Kalen and Jayden Ferguson, Ashley, Sherace, Dericka, Olivia, Maleonce Augustin; 6 sisters, Lexilia Axius, Macina
Faith and Kadiesha Adderley, Tabbitha Stubbs, Felicia Heastie, Chiquita and Rhyia Francois, Marie-Claude Brnnem, Alourd Moncher and
Darling and Sharmine Curry; Great-Grand daughter Zion Adderley; Son-in-law, Steven Mercela and Sarah Augustin; 1 aunt, Alilia Saintil; 5
Darling; Daughter-in-law: Tiffany and Raynell Adderley; Sister-in law, Gwendolyn brothers-in-Law, Aman Francois, Tifrere Moncher and Price, Robert and Gad Ferguson;
Brown, Rubymae Rolle, Stella, Judy, Ethell, Shonece Ferguson, Marie Adderley, 8 sisters-in-law, Marielia Francois, Anocia Augustin, Valma Whitfield and Philippa, Nel,
Corrine and Eleano' Adderley; Brothers-in-law, Alexander Knowles, Kermit and Cleo, Debbie and Shirley Ferguson; 2 grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews and
Patrick, Espa (Junior) Willie Adderley; Aunt/Uncle. Rhona Rolle, Ida Adderley, Carrie a host of other relatives and friends.
Adderley, Dencer Adderley, Christina & Maxwell Adderley, Ernest Adderley; Nephews,
Leon, Cornelius and Gordon Miller, Ezekiel Adderley, Trevor and Ricardo McPhee, The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer Chapel at Ferguson's Funeral Director,
Marcus Knowles, Big Zeke (Jr) Adderley, Wellington Knowles, Livingston, Charles, 7th Terrace Collins Avenue on Friday from 10a.m.-5p.m. and on Saturday at the Church
Lionel and Joe Adderley, Kenton, Mark and Gladstone Brown, Craven and Alfred from 2:30 until service time.
Adderley, Simeon Adderley; Nieces, Pandora Adderley, Thelma and Caroline Miller,
Idella.Adderley, Marilyn, Arimentha and Nina Knowles, Inell, Joan, Shirley and Shelia
Adderley, Kaylisa Jackson, Cecelia and Marvie Adderley, Kadiesha, Shandia and
Kimbley, Francis, Phyllis, Eloise and Retta Adderley of West Palm, Florida, Helen
Miller, Deborah Glinton, Sharade; Grand Nieces and Nephews, ElPaco, Simeon. Arthur, M S I
Kendora, Jackie, Wendya, Pandora, Caurtuzia, Rosita, Ingrid, Leotha, Jamal, Gregory, MEMORIAL SERVICE
.Derick, Trevor, Jeffery, Ricardo, Dezerine, Lindsay, Nicholas, Nigel and Nicole, Latoya,
Lorenzo, Kissy, Leslie, Sherry, Lexie, Judy, Micheal, Denise, Stacy, Paul, Craig, Melonie,
Marcus, Tanya,Johnell, Geno, Renaldo Breanda, Charmine, Trevont6; cousins, Norma " Lefred Forbes, 67
Newton, Susan & Donald Demeritte, Suzzette & Silistieno Butterfield, Warren Bethel, ,
Sandever & Elias Sandi, Linda Marshal, Juanita Ambrister, Gloria Gardener, Vincent, of Kemp's Bay, South Andros. who died at Princess
Lindop, Arnold, Sidney and Gladstone (Moon) McPhee, George Wilson, Vincent and Margaret Hospital on October 13th. 2010, will be held on
Ivy McDonald, Patsy, Ivamae, Pastor Lulamae Johnson, Janet Brown & family, Saturday, October 30th, 2010, 3:00 p.m. at Mt. Zion Native
Malcolm, Darnell, Cora, Abaraham, Hemrock, Tanya, Andrew, Maxine, Shawn, Baptist Church, Kemp Bay, South Andros. Officiating will
Vincent, Carla, Jade, Lynden, Daryl, Shavawn, Neil and Carima Knowles Special be Pastor James Ferguson, assisted by Minister Marion
friends: Deann Williamsoh, Mildred Pinder, Pastor Willete and Sister Hilda Gibson, Sis. Forbes:
Catherine Williams, Sis. Miraim Adderley, Sis. Breanda Bridgewater, Selana and Burke
Adderley, Sis. Judy Adderley; other relatives and friends including: Rosa Adderley and He is survived by his wife, Marion Forbes; his mother,
Family, Sharvargo and Lillian Jackson, Ezekiel and Oralee Adderley, Malvese Adderley, Syble Forbes; 3 daughters, Ingrid and Linda Forbes and Joyann Burrows; 3 sons, Denys,
Mario Simms, Omar Daly, Ruth Bowe-Darville, Marina and Cyril Simms, Clee Knowles Ricardo and Deron Forbes; 1 step-son, Cleavant Sweeting; 1 step-daughter, Chantell
& family, Brothers and Sisters from the Long Island Brethern Churches, Nurse Inez Miller; 6 brothers, Oswald Edgecombe, Welton, Haven, Benaly, Vincent and Elon
Spence, Dr. & Nurses of the Simms community Clinic,, the entire North End communi- Forbes; 5 sisters, Endolyn Clarke, Relsina Rolle, Rosetta, Ethel and Geraldine Forbes;
ty, the entire community of Simms, Long Island, Lernox Taylor & family,. William grand daughters, Monique Poitier, Abigail Gibson, Jonique Webb. Sherille and Pramell
Adderley and family the Nurses and Doctors of the Male Orthopedic Ward, Archie Smith and Anthonique; grandsons, Ramon and Aron Smith, Kennith Masgrove, Dantay
Mofee and family, Willis Harding and family, Delbert and Nora Cartwright, Muriel and Kemuel Forbes; greatgrands, Jermain Jr, Jason, Mario, Danero and Jasmine; numer-
Baker and family, Agnes Knowles, Phillip Smith and family, MP Brave Davis, MP ous nieces and nephews; 2 daughters-in-law, Loveita and Jennifer; 2 grand sons-in-law,
Lawrence Cartwright, the entire staff and family of Stella Mans Inn and many others too Jermain Poitier and Mario Gibson; 7 sisters-in-law, 3 aunts, Ruth Smith, Luecille Rolle
numerous to mention. . and Eulease Forbes; and a host of other relatives and friends including the committee,
The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer Chapel at Ferguson's Funeral Directors staff and residents of The Senior Citizens Home, Kemp's Bay.
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DANIEL HUBERT
RAHMING, 50

of Adelaide Village will be held on Saturday at
10:30 A.M. at United Apostolic Church,
Honeycombe Street off Flint.and Hay Street.
Officiating will be Pastor H. G. Ferguson,
Interment in Adelaide Cemetery, Adelaide
Village.
He is survived by his wife: Dolly Ann Rahming; Mother: Anna
Rahming; 5 Sons: Dexter, P.C. 3149 Daniel Jr., Deano, Denerro and
Deko Rahming; 3 Daughters: Lashando Liriano Andrea and Deanna
Rahming; Adopted Children: Takara Cox, Nakita Parker and Tavaran
Ferguson; Grandchildren: Gisele Liriano, Gervanyah, Gervanoh, Juan
Liriano, and Shekinah Rahming; Brothers: Edwin, Arthur, Albert, Israel
and Alvin Rahming; Sisters: Remilda and Bernice Rahming and
Claudine Forbes; Uncles: Israel Rahming of West Palm Beach Fla.,
Daniel Jr. and Frederick Rahming, Lucitus Gibson, Timothy Cartwright
and Arlington Morrison of Adelaide; Grand Uncle: Samuel Stubbs;
Aunts: Gloria Cartwright, Doralene Gibson, Florance Smith and
Katherine Rahming; Nephews: Christopher Gibson, Rashawn and
Dorcian Rahming, Jason Forbes, Reshaw, Raynard, Hosea Bodie,
Vincent, Michael, Cyril, Rico Thompson, Erick Smith, Prosper Jr.,
Tevin, Tamiko, Christian, Daryl; Nieces: Monique, Nicole, Edwina
Rahming, Keeshanna Hudson, Shakera Dean, Lakya White, Jadeous
Forbes, Vandashi Rahming, Shekena, Lotoya Bodie, Lakeisha
Adderley, Cassandra Bethel, Lekeya, Tavia, Kendra, Kera, Sharell,
Tamara, Racquel, Verntashi; Numerous Grand Nieces and Nephews;
Mother-in-law: Louise Knowles; Son-in-Law: Juanito Liriano; Brothers-
in-law: Jason Forbes, James Bodie, Lee Mark Bodie, Eric Smith and
Barry; Sisters-in-law: Quinnie Barry, Debra Bodie, Christine Smith,
Janet Rahming, Barbara Minus, Stephanie and Sandra Bodie;
Godchild: Javon Baptiste; Host of other relatives and friends including
Benji Forbes, , Pearnetta Cartwright and Family, Pastor H. G. Ferguson
and Family, Una Miller, Cecil and Melinda Wilson, Kari Hamilton, Lolita
Johnson, Betty Stuart, Lucyann Rolle, Dudie Smith, Insworth Greco
and. Marcel Wilson, Kathymae and Family, Vernal Smith and Family,
Catherine and Family, The Deal Family, Marge and Family, Kara and
Family, Mrs. Gladys and Family, The Gibson Family, Ann Taylor and
Family, The Bluff South Andros Community, The Community of
Adelaide Village, Crystal Gibson and family, The Royal Bahamas
Police Force fire Department, Airport Authority, Utilities Regulation and
Competion Authority (URCA), Staff and friends of Unity House, Sean
Scavella and Family, Daniesha Cash and Family, Carla Coakley and
Family, Takaro Cox and Family, Viola Smith and Family, Latoya Kemp
and Family, Barbara Morisson and Family, Laura Fasvis and Family of
Kemp Road, Pentecostal Lighthouse Church Family, Bluff South


Andros, Friendship Burial Society, South Andros and Pastor George
McAdams and Family, John Forbes and family, Martin Hudson,
Rennaldo, Ryland, Vivian Ward and Family, Arlington Morrison and
Family, Minera Jones and Family,

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson Road and
Fifth Street on Friday from 12:00 Noon until 6:00 P.M. and at the church
on Saturday from 9:30 A.M. until service time



EDITH RUSSELL
SIMMONS, 82

of Mastic Point Andros will be held on
Saturday, at 11:00 A.M.at The New Mount
Sinai Baptist Church, South Mastic Point.
Officiating will be Rev. Samuel Fowler.
Interment in The Public Cemetery Mastic
Point.

She is survived by two sons: Burton and Hesly Brown; 4 Adopted
Daughters: Vernetta Hinsey Sonia Brown, Mavita Fowler and
Pearnetta Russell;7 Grandchildren; 15 Great Grandchildren; 5 Sisters:
Ruth Russell Ward, Deaconess Cleomie Russell Saunders, Rev.
Mavis Gaitor, Sarah and Beatrice (Betty) Russell of Freeport Grand
Bahamas; 1 Sister-in-law: Ruth Russell; 1 Brother-in-law: Cecil Gaitor;
20 Nieces: Francena Albury, Michelle Nesbitt, Rochelle Thompson,
Monique Delancey, Ruby Russell, Starita Robinson, Kerleen-Darville,
Leteria Pinder, Leferia and Samettd Gaitor, Carlaann Saunderd,
Shirleymae Francis, Vemita and Sandra of Homestead, Fla., Mckell
McBride, Eleanor Mott, Doranell Russell, Minister Wendy Russell and
Deborah Colebrook; 13 Nephews including Audi, Jeffery, Lynden and
Garfinelly, Edwin, Casius, Aaron, Michael, Dave, Deacon Gary Russell,
Dereck Russell, Mario Mott Degregory; Numerous Grand and Great
Grand Nieces and Nephews; Host of other relatives and friends includ-
ing Rev. Samuel Fowler, Rev. Hubert Fowler, Veria Brown, Ivan Fowler,
Pandora Colebrook, Erma Colebrook and Family, Veronica Bowleg and
Family, Ena North and Family, Norris Kerr and Family, Joyce
Woodside, Melcine Dorsett, Veazeal Gibson and Family, Pearl
Simmons, Clarence Murphy and Family, Rev. Doris Tinker, Joshua
Russell, Cora Bosfield, Doctors and nurses of the Mastic Point Clinic
and the entire South Mastic Point Community, other relatives and
friends to numerous to mention.

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson Road and
Fifth Street on Thursday from 2:00 P.M. until 6:00 P.M. and at the
church in Andros from 3:00 P.M. until service time on Saturday.


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CHUCK DENLEE
WALLACE, 46

of Nicholl's Town, Andros will be held on Saturday at
11:00 A.M. at New Community Baptist Church, Nicholl's
Town, Andros. Officiating will be Pastor Garneth
Campbell, assisted by Rev. John Wilson. Interment at
the Nicholl's Public Cemetery

He is survived by 7 Brothers: Inspector 101 Errol Miller
of Freeport Grand Bahama, Wellington, Alfred, Craig
and David Wallace, Leslie and Maithland Thompson; 1
Adopted Brother: Wilfred Jphnson of Nassau; 2 Sisters:
Sharon Smith and Vernamae Wallace; 2 Adopted
Sisters: Ismae Sands and Claudia.Seymour; 4 Brothers-
in-law: Fred Smith, Paul White, Philip Sands and
Norman Seymour; 4 Sisters-in-law: Helen Miller,
Jeannie Johnson, Linda and Mary Wallace; 5 Aunts:
Renadell Marshall, Adeline Fowler, Elvia King, Beula
Lafleur and Helen Scott; 2 Uncles: Jacob Lightbourne
and Sidney Scott; 15 Nieces: Janien, Paulamae and
Tamia White, Celeste Thompson, Kimra, Chasity and
Catherine Wallace, Royann Rolle, Tanya Phillips and
Jamie Johnson; 16 Nephews: Wilcbo Hanna, Dave
Walkes, Anthon White, Javor Wallace, Eric and Errol
Miller, Chad and Ernest Thompson, Ken, lan, Neil,
Kevin and Larry Jr. Wallace, Eric Roberts, Latwone
Sands and Jermaine Johnson; Host of other relatives
and friends including Kirkwood Lightbourne and Family,
Sylvia Wallace of Bain Town, The Staff of P.M.H.,
Adeline Fowler and Family, Arimentha Summer and
Family, Daisy Bowleg and Family, Stephanie Davis and
Family, Bessiemae Storr and Family, Rev. John Wilson
and Family, Muriel Storr and Family, Rev. Garneth
Campbell and Family, W.M. Officers and Brothers of St.
Andrew Lodge #11, The New Community Baptist
Church Family, The entire Bain Town Community, The
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VERGELIA
CARISTE, 54


Va. ' of Pinedale and formerly of Port-de-Paix,
Haiti will be held on Saturday, October
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Officiating: Rev. Dr. Antoine St. Louis,
assisted by: Other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment:
Old Trail Cemetery, Abundant Life Road

She is survived by her husband, Benjamin Louis; three daugh-
ters: Binkeisha Louis, Rosemarie Henry and Yoldine Louis; one
son, Loubin Louis; five grandsons: Jamson Lubin, Kinson
Lubin, Workindy Pierre, Wesley del'homme and Alex Pierre;
one granddaughter, Bingina Pierre; two great grandchildren:
Nikita and Kendry Lubin; one son-in-law, Alcy Pierre Jamson
and his wife; three sisters-in-law: Claurene Simon and her chil-
dren, Rosemene Simon and her children, and Lovancia Simon;
two brothers-in-law: Seymour Simon and Dumace Simon and
his wife; six step-children: Dejaniel Henry and his wife,
Germanie Henry, Dejanie Henry, Yslande Henry, Saintelia
Henry and Guerda Henry; two aunts: Julie Jacques-Louis and
Philomene Jacques-Louis; cousins: David Guillaume, Jerry
Guillaume, Sakine Oscar, Satriste Oscar, Elicaise Dorceus and
his wife, Aline Dorceus, Ilais Oscar, Kelly Oscar and his wife,
Saintmerant Oscar and his wife, Markenes Oscar and his wife,
Milouse Oscar, Mark Antoine Oscar, Reco Carice, Martha
Oscar, Paminnie Oscar, Cecitie Oscar, Victoire and her hus-
band, Silaine Oscar, Claurene Belias, Consulta Fernand,
Gladys Theodore and her husband, Jean Marie Theodore, Dina
Fernand, Kerlande Emilien, Erese Emilien, Emilien Emilien,
Nikisha Dorceus, Sidny Dorceus, Sashanae Dorceus, Fendly
Dorceus, Nicole and her husband, and many more friends and
relatives including Siltane Desir, Jertride Guillaume and Yady.

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Nicola Delette
Smith, 16
of Black Point, Exuma, will be held on Sunday,
October 31, 2010 at 2:00 p.m., Bahamas Holy
Bible Mission, Bahama Avenue. Officiating Rev.
Frankie Scott & Rev. Henry Rolle, assisted by
Other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment:
.* Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy
Drive
She will be greatly missed, but her memories iive
on in the hearts of her Parents: Idena Rolle-Bell and Nicholas Smith; Step-
parents: Dexter Bell and Trudymae Smith; Grandparents: Rowena
"Winnie" and Alphaeus "Tucker" Rolle and Doris and Samuel Smith;
Sisters: Lydesha and Nikanta Smith; Brothers: Javantae and Brandon
Smith; Aunts: Angela Jones, Joan Rolle-Smith, Nathalie, Madeline, Aluma
and Ava Rolle, Yvonne Simmons, Sarah Mignott, Sonia.Fraizer, Sharmine
Rolle, and Sabrina and Sheryl Smith; Uncles: Loan, Floyd, Randolph,
Tyrone, Ricardo, Randol, Devon, Austin, Trevor, Mario, Oswald and Jamal
Rolle, Darron, Sterlyn and Sharvardo Smith; Aunts-in-law: Monique and
Etha Rolle, and Dala Smith; Uncles-in-law: Kervin Jones, Ron Frazier,
Samuel Simmons, Kenton Rolle, and Clive Mignott; Great-grandmother,
Mary Smith; Grand-aunts: Beryl Kemp, Ineka, Beatrice, Idell and Agnes
Ferguson, Zelitha Adderley, Betty Adderley, Althea Adderley, Brendamae
Adderley, Carol Adderley, Pearman and Litha Rolle, Monica, Maydene,
Sandra, Diane, and Sylvia Smith; Grand-uncles: Alfred, Van and Willis
Ferguson, George Adderley, Effort Kemp, Lawrence, Louis, James,
George, Jacob, Donald, Basil, Willie and Preston Rolle, David, Alphaeus,
Rubin, Moses, Simeon, Dudley and Steven Smith, and Leviticus Patton;
Cousins: Kervin Jones Junior, Cahlea, Carnesha, and Carlton Smith,
Lushone, Lushander, Lavondia, Trevon, Trevor Junior, Ethan, Gregory,
Devonia, Jamal Junior, Jaydon, Jamaya, Rashad, Floyd Junior, Hanna,
Pachino and Dante Rolle, Sovonia Forbes, Shavardo and Stepfon
Simmons, Leonard Petty, Leona Martin, Clive Junior and Clarissa Mignott,
Aldrin and Ashley Rolle, Nicholas and Alesha Fraizer, Kenisha, Kenton
Junior, Shaval, Shanise, Keenan, Sharleah and Kenniah Rolle,
Chardonnai Smith, Lashae Neely, Sheraye and Sierra Saunders, Davon,
Daron, Davio, Daran, Zion, Sterling Junior and Larnaige Smith, and a host
of other cousins too numerous to mention; Godparents: Eulise Brown,
Sharon Taylor, Hestine Kemp, Beverly Robinson, Learneste Brown, and
Shavago and Erline Rolle; Other Relatives and Close Friends including
Valentino Moss, Fiona Delancy, Rayanne Cartwright, Pamela Smith,
Portia Cornish, Lateka Cooper, Nurse Shaneka Collie, Drina Burrows and
family, Virginia Moss and family, Ingrid and Emerald Nixon, Mildred
Robinson, Curley Williams, the Rahming family, the Blyden.family, the
Woods family, the Tinker family, the Isaacs family, the Rolle family, the
Ferguson family, the Brown family, the Smith family, the Patton family, the
Adderley family, the Munroe family, the Kemp family, the Williams family,
the Johnson family, the communities of Black Point, Staniel Cay and
Farmers Cay, Exuma, Bahamas Holy Bible Mission, Mr. Anthony Moss
M.P., Mr. Brensil Rolle M.P., R. M. Bailey Senior High School, and Nursing
Staff of the Princess Margaret Hospital; Special friends: Nakita Moss,
Candace Rolle and Dante Cornish.


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Vashtin Bryant
iBurrell, 18

of Coral Harbour will be held on Saturday,
October 30, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at Living Waters
Church of God, Marshall Road. Officiating:
Bishop Wilbert Rolle, assisted by Deacon Jollen
Anderson, Deacon Norris Mackey, Pastor
Sharon Nairn & Other Ministers of the Gospel.
Interment Southern Cemetery, Cowpen &
Spikenard Roads

Vashtin is survived by his mother, Sandra Burrell; Stepfather, Tyrone
Bonaby; Grandparents: Margaret and Dudley McDonald, and Alvin and
Daphne Burrell; Great-grandmother: Sybil Nairn; Sisters: Sherniqua
Sturrup and Keishel Burrell; Brother: Rashad Burrell; Niece:
Leyvontanique Levarity; Aunts: Deandra McDonald, Karen Rolle, Tamicka,
Tiffany, Tanishka and Tonya Burrell, McLinda Bowe, Jacquelyn Nairn,
Patrice Martin, Bertha Nairn, Pastor Sharon Naim, Deborah Lightbourne,
Arlene Stanford, and Vernae Strachan; Uncles: Alvin and Alfred Burrell,
Edward Rolle Sr., Athama Bowe Sr., Bishop Anthony Nairn, Kendal, Huel,
Sherman, Barry Nairn, Drexel Nairn, and Bertham Strachan; Cousins:
Karisma and Edward Rolle Jr., Neikeeleah and De'Neiya Johnson,
Athama Bowe Jr., Krista Dean, Anton Dean, Keisha Bowe, Gregory and
Jamal Clarke, Jevon and Krystle Clarke, Travis Williams, Krishan and
Julian, Jayden Kemp, Ashad and Adario Bowe, Melissa, Racquel and
Richard Lightbourne, Donte and Shakera Murphy, Brittany and Bria Nairn,
Kinderia Nairn, Taneisha Nairn, Rashawn and Latrell Martin, Kendisha and
Kenisha Brown, Danerio and Alvin Burrell, Shanique and Veronique Nairn,
and Paul Lightbourne; Host of other relatives including Ismae Nairn and
family, Halston Pinder and family, Majorie Johnson and family, Donna
Culmer, Marsha and Andrew Saunders and family, Abraham Major, and
Trevor Davis; Close friends: Rajiv and Rajea Bell, Karen Bell, Jason Major,
Andera Gay, Teko Heastie, Justin Sands, Shaniqud BDown, Jamrie
Roberts, Tezel Ferguson, Renell Burnside, Clunise Johnson, Dewitt
Hanna, Westside and Eastside family, Corneil Johnson and family, the
Ching family, the Maycock family, Shelly Smith and family, Oswald Rolle,
the Levarity family, Susan Taylor, Tayneil Brennen, Reuben McDonald,
William McDonald and family, Cecil Newbold, Hesterlina Miller and family,
Florence Kemp and family, Troy Humes and family, the Hard Rock Caf6
family, the Atlantis family, the Saxons Junkanoo Group family, Coral
Harbour and Pinewood Gardens families, Class of 2009 of C. V. Bethel
Senior High School, and Bishop Wilbert and Idell Rolle and the Living
Waters Church of God family.
FRIENDS MAY PAY THEIR RESPECTS AT ROCK OF AGES FUNERAL
CHAPEL ON WULFF ROAD & PINEDALE ON FRIDAY FROM 10:00 A.M.
TO 6:00 P.M AND AT THE CHURCH ON SATURDAY FROM 10:00 A.M.
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SARAH JULIA
"Titta" MACKEY, 69


.' *: ' of Great Harbour Cay, Berry Island
and formerly of North Mastic Point,
. Andros will be held on Saturday,
October 30th, 2010 at St. Mary
Magdalene Anglican Church, North
Mastic Point, Andros at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev.
Fr. Jude Edomwonyi assisted by other members of the
clergy. Interment will follow in the Church's Cemetery.

Left to cherish fond memories are her mother: Merline
Mackey; four children: William Smith, Roland Oliver,
Livingstone Adderley and Tina OBrien; three sisters:
Zelda Butler, Brenda Adderely and Angela Mackey; four
brothers: Hubert, James Jr., Alfred and Rudolph Mackey;
three aunts: Francetta Johnson, Sylvia and Sunkin
Mackey; nieces: Monique Jolly, Lakeisha Mackey,
Charlesia Butler, Sabrina, Dorothy, Shantell, Ginamae
and Dominique Adderely, Lawaskerca Cox, Keva
Wallace, Michelle Mackey, Tiska, Angela Riley, Angel,
Angelec and Keisha Mackey; nephews: Charleston
Butler, Latario Adderley, Aiden Dean, Samuel, James,
Jamaine, Kevin, Anthony, Brian, Theophilus, Kenrick,
Mario, Eain, Nelso, Kenneth, Travis and Rudolph
Mackey Jr.; one son-in-law: Garfield OBrien; two daugh-
ters-in-law: Melissa and Sonia Smith; three sisters-in-
law: Gloria, Namoni and Verneita Mackey; two brothers-
in-law: Charles Butler and Eugene Adderely; grandchil-
dren: Tyanna, William and Wanya Smith, Rolandia,
Chester and Rokeisha Oliver, Kadeisha, Ariel and
Garfield OBrien Jr.; nephews-in-law: Syed Jolly, Albert
Cox, Andrew Fowler and Keith Riley; grandnephews:


Micah, Antron, Lamar, Keith and Samuel Jr.; grandnieces:
Keva, Malia, Aletheia, Tyshan, Tara, Kethra, Tyronya and
Verneita; godchildren: Catherine Colebrooke, Cardina and
Cornell Dean; Adopted Children: Erma, Elva, Nathaniel
and Leo Adderely and Synto; numerous cousins including:
Prince Mackey, Prescola, Randolph, Gloria, Agertor,
Rozelda, Mildred, Henry, Joseph, Ray, Catherine Storr,
Harriet, Ruth, Suesanna, Shelly, Clarinder, Harold,
Charles, .Anthony, Eddie, Dwight, Leeanna, Michelle,
Vavel, Murdise, Gary and -Joel; and a host of other rela-
tives and friends including Bishop Caleb Evans and fami-
ly, Sister Colie and family, Pastor Katy Butler and family,
Elamae Brennen and family, Mr. David Dean and family,
Ms. Neetie and family, Paula Rolle and family, Mr. Wallace
and family, Gloria Butler and family, Lawrence Rolle and
the family of White Water Restaurant, Mrs. Collie Francis
and family, Mrs. Rosemary Lundy and family, Pat Brennen
and family, the community of Great Harbour Cay, Berry
Island, the community of North Mastic Point, Andros and
the staff of Female Surgical II Ward of the Princess
Margaret Hospital.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Evergreen
Mortuary, Mackey Street on Thursday from 11:00 a.m. until
5:00 p.m. and on Friday at the church in North Mastic
Point, Andros from 4:00 p.m. until service time on
Saturday.


DEATH NOTICE


OTIS
"Horse"
JAMES GIBSON, 42


of Freeman
Village died
Monday 25th


Subdivision, Nassau
at his residence on
October, 2010.


He is survived by two daughters:
Roneka Dulcio and Otishka Gibson; one son: Otis Gibson
Jr.; three sisters: Helen Thompson of Fresh Creek Andros,
Deborah Russell of Cedar Harbour, Abaco and Kenva
Gibson; two brothers: Shervin Coakley and Dario Gibson;
two aunts: Monica Flowers and Sylvia Gibson; one uncle:
Glenwood Coakley; numerous nieces and nephews and a
host of other relatives and friends.


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DAISY GELETHA
SCAVELLA, 68
of Landrail Point, Crooked Island, who died at her
.B V residence October 18th, will be held on Sunday
11:00 a.m. at The Seventh-Day Adventist Church,
Landrail Point., Crooked Island. Pastor Campbell,
assisted by Pastor Paul Scavella will officiate and
interment will follow in the Public Cemetery
Landrail Point, Crooked Island.

Awaiting her reunion are six children, Kevin, Elvira, Kenneth, Shonell,
Earnan and Elvin; six grandchildren, Sherelle and Shakelle Meddows,
Earle, Earlea, Danielle and Kenneth Scavella Jr.; sister, Larain Smith; three
brothers, Cyril Hanna, Walter Stuart and Edward Tynes; aunt, Amanda
Jones; five uncles, Chauncy, Aiden and Rodella Tynes, Donald and Louis
Tynes; numerous nieces and nephews including, Brenville and Leon
Hanna, Neville Minns, Henry and Leroy Colebrooke, Rita Curtis, David
Harvey, Maria, John and Willie Adderley, Chester, Patrick, Kathon, Zebulun
and Charmaine Hanna, Carolyn Black, Audrey Curry, Lavaugn Sands,
Deanne Ewers, Keino, Walter and Ciscily Stuart, Carietha Toothe, Chandra,
Tasha, Barry, Barrette and Megan Smith, Naja Saunders, Wayne, Sheldon,
Terrance, Lowell and Solomon Gibson, Edyra Wells, Autherine Deal, Valencia
Gooding, Vanria Trotman, Pastor Paul and Gardell Scavella, Patrice Clarke,
Laverne Sturrup, Carl Jr., Adrian and Aaron Scavella, Tanya Hanna, Christine,
Renee and Audwyn Scavella, Vivian Burrows, Kirk, Clem, Willis Jr., Zendal,
Henry, Elton, Elliott, Sonia, Paula, Angela and Antoinette McKinney; numer-
ous grand nieces and nephews, two daughters-in-law, Vemetha and
Keneise Scavella; nine sisters-in-law, Leanzer Hanna, Cecila Stuart, Valerie
Tynes, Eloise Gibson, Yvonne, Myrtle, Eulee and Alwhyne Scavella and
Naomi McKinney; three brothers-in-law, Pastor Neville Scavella, Carl
Scavella Sr., and Willis McKinney Sr.; childhood friends, Eamel Heastie Sr.
and family, E.R. Hanna and family, Loftus Roker and family; other relatives
and friends including, Canon Basil Tynes and family, Judith Tynes and fam-
ily, Vaughn, Gregory and Dr. Brian Tynes, Denise Jones and family, Delmette
Tumquest and family, Mary Cunningham and family, Mrs Elizabeth Ferguson,
Mrs Queen Bain, Mrs Merlene Gibson and family, Marina Gibson and family,
Erskine Moss and family, Reginald Moss and family, Eleazar and Lucille
Scavella and family, Viola Farquharson and family, Doris Moss and family,
Pastor Gweneth Gibson and family, Fr. Franklyn Colebrooke and family, Fr.
Donald Kerr, Hartman and the late Vemice Scavella and family, the
Thompson family, Val Moss and family, Tirzah Williams and family, Viola
Cunningham and family, Allesette Deleveaux, Muriel Deleveaux, Shatinka
McPhee, Judith Heastie, Eunice Deleveaux and family, the Farquharson and
Ferguson families of Cabbage Hill, the Bonaby family, the Daxon families, the
Long Cay family, Hazel Petit and family, Calvin Ferguson, Othman Brown and
family, Rosemary Moss and family, Evelyn Ferguson and family, Dorcas
Moss, Dale Rolle, Diana Martinez, Stephen Coakley, Francis Russell, Joseph,
Jay, Jack, and Joel, Don and June McMillian, Jim Gartshore and family, the
staff of B.T.C., principal and staff of Crooked Island Central High School, The
Landrail Point community, members of the Landrail Point Seventh-Day
Adventist Church, Nurse Beulah Carroll and the entire community of Crooked
Island.


Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at THE CHAPEL OF MEM-
ORIES, COMMONWEALTH FUNERAL HOME, INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on
Saturday from 10:30am - 6:00 p.m. and at the church in Crooked Island on
Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to service time.



DEBRA ILEAN
BROWN, 43
of Mt. Thompson, Exuma, who died at the Princess
Margaret Hospital October 20th, will be held on
Saturday October 30th, at 11 a.m. at Ebenezer
Missionary Baptist Church Mt. Thompson, Exuma.
Minister Levi Rolle will officiate, assisted by
Evangelist Lloyd Brown and interment will follow in
the Public Cemetery Mt. Thompson, Exuma.

Left to cherish very fond and everlasting memories of Debra are, three lov-
ing daughters, Sheena, Stacy and Janell "Gigi' Bowe; grandchildren, Tracia
Bowe and Khordez Nixon Jr.; mother, Beatrice Davis; grandmother,
Florence Newbold; brothers, Kirkwood, Kenwood, Samuel & Mario Davis;
aunts, Ruthmae Brown-Ferguson, Euthlee Brown, Margaret & Elizabeth
Parks Uncles: Livingston & Lowell Brown & Emmanuel Ferguson; nieces,
Larise Rolle, Lathera Brown, Samantha Davis & Juvia Davis; grandnephew,
Deangelo Brown; grandaunts, Deaconess Eutherpian McPhee-Rolle, Emma
Smith & Mrs. Reeves Rolle; granduncles, Reeves Rolle, Roosevelt Rahming
& Lincoln Davis; sister-in-law, Mrs. Judy Davis; cousins, Jeralean
Armbrister, Joann Rose, Yvonne Bodie-Seymour, Audley Seymour,
Leaniemae & Angela Bodie, Judy Bodie-Davis, Dillon Bodie. Mr. & Mrs. Mario
& Sharon Brown-Curry, Dollamae Davis, Simon, Mr. & Mrs. Leroy & Shereen
Davis, Mr. & Mrs. Dwight & Deann Davis, Clarina Humes-McKenzie, Shelton
& Presley Humes, Evangelist Lloyd & Mrs. Monique Brown, Raquel, Kevin,
Mr. & Mrs. Cecile & Shaniqua Moore, Shandria & Allie Brown, Mr. & Mrs.
Brenson & Shanay Brown, Lathera, Brendon, Sharan, Trevor, Valmon &
Darrine Brown. Seveann Clarke & Jermaine Ferguson; godchild, Carlos
Brown; Special friend, Alfonzo Fife; other special relatives and friends
including but not limited to, Leotha Adderley and family, Anthony and
Jennymae Ferguson and family, Felisha Ferguson, Alma Rolle and family,
Myrtle Gilcud and family, Miriam Rolle, Michael and Emmanuel Rolle, Rev.
Charles W. Saunders, Evangelist Catherine Roker, Alvin, Wilmore and
Eddiemae Taylor and family (Rolleville, Exuma), Rev. Adam Brown and fami-
ly, Mr. Tracey Bowe, Mr and Mrs Greinstein, Mr. & Mrs Fritzpatrick, Mr and
Mrs Rabel, Mr and Mrs Kettel, Mr Granville Ferguson and family, Mr Calvin
Adderley and family, Margaret and family, Erma Rolle and family, Mr
Nehamiah Rolle and family, Ivadell Stubbs and family, Tency Ferguson and
family, Christopher Ferguson and family, Pastor Lynden Clarke and family,
Pastor Levi Rolle and family, Ebenezer Mission Baptist Church family,
Palestine Union Baptist Church family, The Church of God of Prophey
(Forest).

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at THE CHAPEL OF MEM-
ORIES COMMONWEALTH FUNERAL HOME, INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on
Friday from 10am - 1:00pm and at the church in Exuma on Friday from 6pm
to service time on Saturday.


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KEITH ANDREW GEORGE
DEANCIE NIXON, 53,
affectionately called "Teddy", "Mr Smooth"
of Kennedy Subdivision and Misty Gardens and for-
merly of Harbour Island, who died at his residence
October 13th, will be held on Saturday 11am at Zion
Baptist Church, East and Shirley Streets, Rev. T G.
Morrison will officiate and interment will follow in the
Western Cemetery, Nassau Street.
Fond memories will forever linger in the hearts of his
devoted wife, Shirley; three sons, Armardo, Keivardo
and K'Jay; two adopted sons, Santino Evans and
Jason Rolle; three daughters, Keithra, Shaquinda
and Kayjaih; his mother, Regina Johnson; his father, Frank Nixon; his step-
mother, Carnetta Nixon; one brother, Cranson "Corey" Johnson of Mt. Vernon,
New York; three sisters, Lenora Dean, Patrice Strachan and Lorette '"Tracy" Nixon
of Co-Op City, Bronx, New York; six brothers-in-law, Stephen Dean, Samuel
Strachan, Pastor Elijah Cooper of Chicago, Illinois, Bertram, Moses and Pastor
Naptali Cooper of Grand Bahama; five sisters-in-law, Umilla Johnson of Mt.
Vernon, New York, Bessie, Dezerine and Janetta Cooper and Lucinda Petsch of
Millars, Long Island; one uncle, George "Rick" Albury Jr. of Harbour Island; five
aunts, Nurse Dorothy "Tootsie" Albury-Paul of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Theresa
Albury-Fairweather of Margate, Florida, Sister Cecila Albury, OSB of Saint Martin's
Monastery, Edith Cleare and Emily Saunders of Harbour Island; four grand-aunts,
Olga Higgs, Jacqueline and Ruby Percentie, Barbara Bethel-Woods of Harbour
Island; nine nephews, Jahrett Knowles, Antoni Hanna Jr., Kyle Johnson, Ajayi
Johnson, Jamal, Namdi, J'vantae, Deangelo and Darveleo Cooper; ten nieces,
Latika Major, Nicole Dean, Dawnia Hall, Kaitlyn Johnson, Margaret Miller, Varnette
and Andrea Coleby, Victoria and Sheena Cooper, and Kathy-Lee Petsch; one
nephew-in-law, Abraham Major; numerous cousins, Jeffery Albury and family,
Peter Bowleg and family, Paulette Ferguson and family, "B.I." Percentie and family,
Senator Trevor Whylly and family, Ethan Fairweather and family, Andrew, Judy,
Quintin, Shane, Rick Jr., Albury and family, Nadine Charlton, Glen Davis, Matthew
Morris, Lucy Neely, Charles Bethel, Bishop Charles and Mackell Dean, Lashay
Bullard, Larry Cleare, Brent and Shawn Saunders, Caleb and Sherwin Major,
Marcey Neilly, Jackswell, Sammy, Valarie, Wade and Duke Percentie, Rosalind
Clarke, Carol Jones, Joyce Cleare and family, Vincent "Junior" Carey, Anthony "Big
Ten" Carey and family, Leonard Carey and family, H.L. Rolle and family, Louise
Hanna and family, Gregory, Dwight, Quinel, Charmaine, Dwayne, Shannon,
Delsworth, Jr., and Donald Albury and family; other relatives and friends including,
Justino and Cordelia Almonard, Eleanor Hepburn, Freddie Mackey, Louise Miller,
Rosie Bowe, David Williams and family, Junior Jacques and family, Christina
Christain and family, Hilroy Knowles and family, Ruth Williams and family, Chris
Mortimer and family, Nora Johnson and family, Ms Mayfield Neilly and family, Joe
"Bone Fish" Cleare and family, Ms Newbold and family, the Arthur's, Eloise and
Hank Gibson, Donnie Lotmore and family, Violet and family, Jonny Wilkinson,
Francina Nixon and family, John Jiminez, Roosevelt Ave. Community, Francis
Johnson, Amanda Kelly, Margo Morris, Lulamae Thompson, Clifton and Loretta
Smith, Addington Godet, Agatha Cooper and family, Desmond Thompson, Frank
Rolle, Henry Cunningham, T.C., Muggie, Bats, Andrew Miller, James Taylor, Alfred
Gray, Pedro Heild, Hubert, James Price, Kenneth "Bad Boy", Diego, Perry, Mr
Dean, "Papa Goose", Freeman, Jeffery, Rev. Michaela Theophilus, Richard, Janice,
Tasha, and The Tropical Shipping family, Stone Cold, Pat Knowles and the Pinder's
family, Frank Benoit and the Coca Cola family, Crawley, Kelly Dock, Customs,
Pioneer, Seaboard Marine, International Deliverance Prayer Ministry, Yellow Elder
Primary, Gould's Residence, the Bain, Miller, Culmer, Colebrooke, Bullard, Moss,
Russell, Hart, Farrington, lan Cox and family, Kennedy Subdivision Community,
Cesserine, Patrick, Franklin, Canton, Antoinette, Butch, Richenda, Jennifer Mitchell,
Michelle Clarke, Mario Ford, Rev. Alfred Josey, Nahassa Bain, the Brice, Flowers,
Ferguson, Robinson, Derek Kelly, and the Misty Gardens Community, Father Alfred
Culmer and St. Thomas Moore Parish family, Marathon Estates Community, Ortland
Bodie, Hon. Bradley Roberts and family, Hon. Obie Wilchombe and family, Hon.
Charles Maynard and family and all his godchildren.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at THE CHAPEL OF MEMORIES,
COMMONWEALTH FUNERAL HOME, INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday from
11 -7pm and at the church on Saturday from 10am to service time.


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WRIGHT, 91


a resident of College Avenue & formerly
of Forrest, Exuma, who passed away on
25 October, 2010, will be held at
Foresight Baptist Church, Nassau
Village, on Saturday at 1 :00 p.m.
Officiating will be Revd. Dr. Charles
Culmer, assisted by Revd. Kendal Mackey. Interment follows
in Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.

Cherished memories are held by her only surviving brother,
Simon Clarke Rolle; sister-in-law, Euthopia and Idell Rolle;
numerous nieces and nephews, Elizabeth and Kenneth
Dodson Sr., Rachel and Harry Dodson II, Janet and Eris
Moncur Sr., Edna and James Newbold Sr., Estelle and
Deacon Dennis Mackey, Diane and Anthony Bradshaw Sr.,
Reverend Madeline and Glen Wells, John Rolle, Reverend Iris
and Reverend Doctor Charles Culmer, Lucille Kelly, Yvonne
and Alfred Styles, Esthermae and Godfrey Swann, Catrice
and John Collie, Jacqueline, Mizpah, Glen' and Charlene
Rolle, Anthony, Gerad and Cicily Rolle, Derek and Claudia,
Ricardo, Joseph and Prince Rolle, Rodney Miller, Rosemary
Toothe, William and Patsy Johnson, Dorothy Evans,
Antoinette Whylly, Ruth Campbell, Angela and Wilbur Dean,
Janet and Alvin Wright, Joan and Elder Franklyn Roberts,
Charles Weir, Barbara and Duke Dorsette, Ismae Culmer,
Sebastian and Yvonne Clarke, Theophilus Clarke, Alma Rolle,
Myrtle Gileud, Sidney Ferguson, Joel and Esther Rolle, Ivadell
Stubbs, Vashtia Mitchell, Edna Bain, Willamae Culmer,
Emmanuel, Miriam, and Michael Rolle, other relatives and
friends including, Forrester Bowe, Coralee Sturrup and family,
Clara Lewis and family, Judy Symonette, Lorraine Cox,
Edwina, Patrick, Francine, Ronald and Forrester Bastian,
Eugene Adderley, Sharlene Rolle, Thelma Newman, Iris
Clarke aad family, Mary Clarke and family, Priscilla Armbrister
and family, forty grand-nieces and nephews, thirty eight great
grand Nieces and Nephews and six great great grand nieces
and nephews aad a host of other relatives and friends too
numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Dem6ritte's Funeral
Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on
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LELIA VIOLA
*7 a e MINNIS, 75

' a resident of Faith Gardens & formerly of the
'' " Berry's,, Long Island, who passed away on
- 19th October, 2010, will be held at All Saints
Anglican Church, All Saints Way, Joan's
Heights, South Beach, on Saturday at 10:00
a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Fr. S. Sebastian
Campbell. Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.

Loving memories will always be cherished by her three sons, Phillip,
Keith and Bradley Minnis; four daughters, Viola and Maria Minnis,
Jewel Bethel and Reynell Neely; adopted daughter, Jean Turnquest;
grandchildren, Tamera, Lotanya, Barry, Joseph, Niketra, Ashlee,
Raquell, Osano, Phillippa, Chino, iGhandy, Kenny, Phylicia, Inderia,
Bradley Jr., Kaniesha, Chavez, Patrell, Keitho, landis, Tasia; great-
grandchildren, Chinae, Sharan, Philiearea, Duran, Denniesha,
Dennia, Joshua, Kaynia, Darius, Cieron, Antonya, Tajay, Tajanae,
Alexandria, Bria, Andron Jr.; one uncle: Lenox Cartwright; two aunts,
Daisy Dean and Bessie Cartwright; one step aunt, Pearline Mortimer;
two sons-in-law, Whitfield Neely and William Bethel; three daughters-
in-law, Terecita, Patrice and Leebeth Minnis; four grandsons-in-law,
Jonathon Campbell, Jason Mitchell, Dencil Gaitor and Andron Smith;
one granddaughter-in-law, Adrianna Minnis; three brothers-in-law,
Ellison '.E.K', Rawson and Thadideus Minnis; two sisters-in-law:
Loretta and Audrey Minnis; numerous nieces and nephews including,
Crystal, Marsha, Jermaine, Kenneth and Olrice Murray, Shellyn
Ingraham, Kim Bodie, Gaynell Heastie, Roberta Albury, Roslyn, Ryan
Rawson, Archie, Edison, Bennett, Spence, Kent, Shawn, Edward,
Patrick, Tex, Maurice, Marina, Regina, Charlene, and Charmaine
Minnis, Lisa Mwesigwa, Carmel Williamson, Pamela Smith and Ida
Lightbourne; other relatives and friends including, Hon. Frank Watson,
Solomon, Harold, Brendon, Warren and Agatha Watson, Felice
Cartwright, Holland and Theodore Major, Rose McPhee, Lennox,
Moses, Aaron, Rocklyn Jim, Marvin and Carlos Major, Cora Johnson,.
Dianna Darville, Cigi Neely, Carlin Rodgers, Annie Pratt and family,
Flossie Darville and family, Beulah Smith and family, Dora Smith and
family, Grethel Hynes and family, Leonie Neely and family, George*
Johnson and family, Arthur Brown and family, John Cartwright and
family, Charlene Cartwright and family, Ethlyn Cartwright and family,
Rev. Paula Cartwright and family, Fr. S. Sebastian Campbell and Mrs
Campbell, Mrs. Delores Rolle, Oswald Moore, John Stubbs, Cindy
Young and family, Mrs. Gertlene Miller, Mrs. Barbara Dorsette, Mrs.
Virginia Knowles, Desiree Curry, Vashti Roberts, Kelean Charles,
Melvern Cooper and family, Thomasa Roberts and family, Karen
Moxey, Billy Brown, Arthur Wilson, Campbell family, McPhee family,
Management and Staff of Arrow Travel and Tours, Oceania Bay
Properties, All Saints Senior Choir, the John Road family and the
entire communities of Berry's and Clarence Town, Long Island.


Special thanks, the medical team of Doctors Saunders, Clarke and
Munroe, staff of Female Surgical 2 especially Nurse Rolle, Nurse
Deleveaux and Nurse Burrows; caregiver, Ann Marie Smith.

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


KEVIN LEMOUNT
BULLARD, 35

a resident of Yellow Elder, who passed away
on 17 Oct. 2010, will be held at Centreville
Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Collins Ave.
on Friday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be
Pastor Paul Scavella & Elder Andrew Gilbert.
Cremation follows.
Precious memories of Kevin Bullard will forev-
er live in the hearts and minds of his family
and friends, his only sister, Danielle (Nikki) Dennard; Grandmother,
Nora Rolle; aunts, Marilyn Rolle, Marinell Strachan, Thelma
Thompson, Catherine Nairn and Maxine Rolle; uncles, John,
Lawrence and Nolan Rolle and Tiger Bullard and family: grand uncle:
Rev. Harry Davis; uncles-in-law, Ethan Rolle, Prince Thompson and
Carl Nairn and aunt-in-law, Susan Rolle; cousins, Lesia Sands, Vanria
Gardiner (Lyndon Gardiner),Venice McPhee (Andrew McPhee), Erika
Perpall (Elvardo Perpall), Dale Strachan (Lenetha Strachan), Kenneth
Strachan, Eric Strachan, Sherylee Drummond (Dr. Paul Drummond),
Melanie Williams (Philip Williams), Whitney Thompson (Inderia
Thompson) and Dr. Edison Thompson (Dr. Delecia Thompson), Faye,
Fritzi, Fran, Fann, and Schermeka, Rolle, Ethelyn Nairn, Glen Nairn,
Daphne Russell (Jerry Russell), Lyndon Nairn (Shelly Nairn), Dennis
Nairn (Arnette Nairn), Patrice Nairn, Janice McKenzie (Deron
McKenzie), Dr. Inderia Hamilton (Christopher Hamilton), Andre Nairn
(Monique Nairn) and Lethera Nairn, Sophia, Veranique, Toya, Ryan,
Jamal, John Jr., Julian, Jermaine and Jason Rolle and Surrell Dixon
(Dexter Dixon); extended family, Miriam, Neville, Benjamin and Arnold
Curtis, Delores Pratt, Francis Fisher, Leonna McClain, Mable Bastian,
Rev. Eugene, Samuel & Dorothy Bastian, Yvonne Mullings, Vernel
Davis, Bishops Ross and B. Wenith Davis, Apostle Marilee Watson,
Rev. Leslie Rolle, Ironica Baker and family, Victor, Eullalee, Joseph,
Merline and Percy, Daniel Rolle, Lorene Clarke, Marjorie Stuart,
Glorine Seymour, Desalene Cumberbatch, Ariona Owens, Vernal
Davis, lan Thompson and many friends including- the Yellow Elder
community, Retino Watson, Shehra Knowles, Teron Deveaux, Allen
Fox, Jermaine Weech, Dixie Carrol, Ralph Baker and many others.

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MADELINE MAE RHODA
FORBES, 48

a resident of Joe Farrington Road, who
passed away on 16th October, 2010, will be
held at Faith Temple Ministries, Prince
Charles Drive, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Bishop Philemon Wilson.
Interment follows in Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen & Spikenard Roads.


Left to cherish her memories are her two daughters, Sherika
Walker Bain and Joanna K:. ; son-in-law, Davard Bain; two grand-
children, Dekimo and Asia Bain; one brother, Benjamin Forbes; two
sisters, Clarabelle and Jane Forbes; five adopted sisters, Gretal
Harvey, Valeria Taylor, Sharon Jolly, Lily and Nat; one adopted
brother, Wilfred; four aunts, Mary Smith, Shirley Smith, Maud and
Clarita Burrows; one uncle, Forrestan Smith of Tampa, Florida; six
nieces, Sherry, Charmaine, Tamika, Felicia, Charlea and Bendeka;
six nephews, Wenzelo, Carlton, Denci, Leon, 'Valentino and
Javardo; two grandnieces, Macquilla and Troimaine; three grand-
nephews, YaKuba, Tacoya and Sabastian; numerous relatives and
friends including, Llewellyn, Royalson, Hartwell Jolly, Clarence
Joseph, Hubert Jr., Andrew Smith, Newlan, Gustavas, Rev. Nelson,
Eric Jolly, Olivia Jolly, Kent Harvey, Sherlee Taylor, Gary Taylor,
Sherry Labosky, Charles IBoogie, Sandra Smith, Harris, Lillian
Rahming, Natasha Taylor, Troy, Shorty, Rose, Elaine and Sylva.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the
church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.


MARY SABORA
CAMPBELL, 89
a resident of Sutton Street off Kemp Road,
who passed away on 21st Otober, 2010,
will be held at Fowler Street Church of God
Auditorium, Fowler Street off Kemp Road,
on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be
Bishop Osbourn .F. Rolle. Interment follows
A in Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.

Cherished memories are held by her only sister, Beverley
Campbell Deveaux; nephews, Winston (Louise), Allan and Sidney
Russell, Larry Campbell, Kevin Sr., Anthony Sr., (Pamela), Patrick
(Jennifer) and Jeffery Deveaux; nieces, Cynthia Russell, Sandra
and Judy Deveaux; brother-in-law, McDonald Deveaux; numerous
grandnephews and nieces, numerous cousins, Meliza (Erroll) Rolle
and Family, Marie (Albert) Rahming and family, Gloria Ganteaume
and family, Cassie Curry and family, Rena Smith and family,


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


LOUISE THERESE
HEPBURN, 47

a resident of Laird Street West & formerly of
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, who
passed away on 15th October, 2010, will be
held at Pilgrim Baptist Temple, St. James
Road, off Kemp Road, on Saturday at 2:30
p.m. Officiating will be Bishop E. Randy
Fraser, assisted by other Ministers of the
Gospel. Interment follows in Old Trail
Cemetery, Abundant Life Road.
Left to cherish her memories are her husband, William Hepburn;
mother, Sylvia Miller Sands; (4) four sons, Norman Solomon;
Nathaniel Solomon, Ancilleno Solomon, and Kelson Solomon; (1)
adopted son, Willben Francois; Adopted Daughter, Jamie; (5)
Sisters, Erma Campbell, Marsha McGeachy, Princess Solomon,
Simone, Chantel; (3) brothers, Franklin Donaldson, Roger Hanna,
James Solomon; (6) aunts, Paula Nairn, Lulamae Munnings,
Carmetta Burns, Adamae & Marceline Thompson and Cyellawa
Rolle; (2) uncles, Starfford Nairn, Winston Munnings; (9) nieces,
Bonnie Solomon, Anastasia Newbold, Mushello Gordon, Noelle
McGeachy, Natasha, Sharon, Nickolette Dames, Monique Hanna
and Daylen Donaldson; (13) nephews, Michael Solomon, Okell
Solomon, Marcus Newbold, Julian Newbold, Jeron, Jhavon Sands,
Cassius Knowles, Arlington Jr., Franklin, Marco, and Nathaniel
Donaldson also Roger Hanna Jr.; (26) nieces and nephews,
nieces-in-law, Brenda and Deveanne Solomon; mother-in-law;
Betty Hepburn; sisters-in-law, Esther Rolle and Aerleathea Stubbs;
brother-in-law, Theo Carol; grandmother-in-law: Francis Gibson
and aunt-in-law, Sybil Hepburn; cousins and other Family and
friends including, Audrey Johnson, Ruby Morley, Rochelle Morley,
Amy Roberts, Audrey Minus, Mrs. Mary Russell, Mrs. Greene, Mr.
Kingsley Rahming and family, Mrs. Rose Seide and family, Shanda
and family, Dellamae Johnson and family, Debbie Collie and fami-
ly, Ms. Colebrook and family, Lyn Greenslade and family, Mrs.
Rosetta Johnson and family, Hon. Dr. Bernard Nottage and family,
Mr. Bradley Roberts and family, Laird Street and the Bain & Grants
Town Community, Hepburn Town community, the Teacher, staff and
students of Martin Town Primary School, Ida Saunders and family
and numerous other friends.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday from 9-
12:30 p.m. & at the church from 1:30 p.m. until service time.







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SAMANTHA MATHERINE
MITCHELL-DEVEAUX, 34
a resident of Bradenton, Florida & formerly of
Nassau, Bahamas, who passed away on 16th
October, 2010, will be held at Our Lady of the
Holy Souls Catholic Church, Deveaux Street,
on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be Fr.
Alain Laverne, M Div., assisted by Rev.
Deacon Peter Raming, Rev. Deacon Maxwell
Johnson & Rev. Deacon Samuel Mitchell.
Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Left to cherish her precious memories are: Husband: Jonathan
Deveaux; Parents:. Sidney and Leanora Mitchell; 3 Daughters: Simmy
Calma, Miracle and Judeah Deveaux; 3 Step-children: Cornisha,
Jonathan Jr and Cordero Deveaux; 2 Step-grandchildren: Dakari
Huggins, Jonathon Jr III; Grandparents: Carmie Munnings and Rev.
George Burns; Mother-in-law: Olga Gardiner; 3 sisters: Melinda
Mitchell-Mills, Nadia and Chanick Mitchell; 3 brothers: Shavarlo,
Shavargo and Oneil Mitchell; Seven; Sisters-in-law: Pastor Maria
Woodside, Jackie, Tanya and Beryl Mitchell, Donna Honor, Nikki and
Rebecca Deveaux; 4 Brothers-in-law: Bishop Derek Woodsike, John,
Daniel and Joseph Deveaux and James Mills; 16 Aunts: Loletha and
Karen Munnings, Fredricka Fowler, Patrice Brown, Mary Mortimer,
Margaret Heild, Theresa Sherman, Sharon Rolle, Eleanor Mitchell,
and Esther Stuart, Sarah Williams, Dellarese Munnings, Tammy
Stubbs, Samantha Fowler and Surturna Munnings, Delorse Rolle; 11
Uncles: Eddie Roker, Junior Ferguson, Carlos Fowler, Wesley, Derek,
Richard, Urick and Deon Munnings, Glenroy Stubbs Philip, Samuel
and Daniel Mitchell, Elkin Sherman, Freeland Rolle and Peter Wright;
2 great-grandaunts: Doris Fritzgerald, and Gwendolyn Hanna; 1
grandaunt: Leaona Talbot; 3 granduncles: Uyles Strachan, Everette
and Arlington Rolle; Niece and nephews: Almano Mitchell Jr, Valverde
Butler Jr, Almonique Janiel, Onasis, Onas, Ashton, Sharvaro Jr,
Sharvell, Simone, Malik, Brandon, Lathorn, Adriana and Tenae
Mitchell, Abigal and Derek Woodsise, Arlene, Sharvorie, Samantha,
Justice, Mercy and Faith Deveaux, Catha line, Catharine, Jimmy and
Keya Honor; A host of relatives and friends including: Matherine
Williams, Apostle David Williams and the Williams family (of Freeport),
Capiocene Smith, Stacey Nixon and the Talbot family (of Freeport),
the Alma Young and family, the Mills family (of Canada), the Trevor
Calma and family, Elizabeth Taylor and' the Taylor family, Georgina
Pintard and PintardfFamily, Angela Evans and the Hanna-Cooper fam-
ily, the entire Brougham St family, Catrina Smith and the Russell,
Timothy Munroe and the Munroe family, Francis Arnett and the Arnett-
Butler family, the Newton family (of Andros), Annis Munnings and the
Munnings family (of Freeport), Jovon Saunders and family, Latoya
Munnings and family, Erika Roker and family, Carlisa Fowler and the
Fowler family, the Deveaux family, Evelyn Gibson and the Gibson fam-
ily, Margarette Smith and the Smith family, Sarah Lopez and the Lopez
family, Virginia Capron and family, Daphne Evans and family, Euletha
Strachan and family, Don Stuart and family, Jewel Thompson and
Family, Beverly Smith ,and family, Vincent Curry and family, Adrian
Walkes and the Walkes-Sands family, Emily Roker and family, Pastor
Olive Elder and especially the World Hope Christian Center Family
and loved ones in Sarasota Florida, The Staff of the Ministry of Sports


and Culture, The staff of Westwind II, doctors and nurses at Blake
Hospital, the doctors and nurses at Tampa General Hospital, Lavelle
Bing and the staff of Bradenton Funeral Home.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday from9-12:00
noon & at the church from 12:45 p.m. until service time.


THELMA POITIER
BRAYNEN, 67
a resident of King Street & formerly of Behring
Point, Andros, who passed away on 14
October, 2010, will be held at Church of God
of Prophecy, Meadow Street & Hospital Lane,
on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be
Bishop Hulan A. Hanna, assisted by Minister
Philip D. Ferguson. Interment follows in
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard
Roads.
Left to cherish her memories are her adopted father, Orman Coakley;
2 daughters, Girell White & Emma Moss; 3 sons, Michael Braynen,
Charles & Jereth White; grandchildren, Antonio, Randy & Lerardo
King, Jermaine Ambrister, Shana, Tina, David, Cindy & Randy
Braynen, Charity, Sheldon & Shaventa White & Michaela Braynen; 3
great grandchildren, Deangella Ambrister, Glen & Glendisha Braynen;
sisters including, Gloria Dorsett, Patsy Ring, Sylvienia Poitier, Ruby
Smith, Cleta Whyte, Lavenia Mae Blackman, Paulette Newton, Renae
Turnquest, Myrtle & Portia Poitier & Myrterain Coakley; brothers
including, George, Kirkland, Sterling, Pedro & Keith Poitier; daughter-
in-law: Marcia Braynen; son-in-law, Arthur King; brothers-in-law, Allan
Dorsett, Alfred Richards, David, John, Bertram, Albert, Wellington,
Maxwell & Edmand Braynen; aunts including, Maude Hamilton &
Joanne Poitier; uncles including, Reginald & Sir Sydney Poitier &
Reubin Hamilton; nieces including, Rose Hamilton, Lilian & Ruth Grey,
Cyntiest Henriques, Loretta Smith, Charmaine Sturrup, Lisa Dorsette,
Latoya Desoura, Tonique Farrington, Sheena Seymour, Francheska,
LaFran & Francine Smith, Jestina, Antoinette, Kaycinda, Claudette &
Alexandria Newton, Tanya, Sean Cooper, Karen, Kim, Abigail,
Marionetha Poitier; nephews including, Leroy Carey, James Grey,
Gerald, Allan, Ricardo & Mario Dorsett, Vincent, Michael & Margo
Ring, Clyde Newton Jr., Kenrito & Toney, Dario & Jamaine Carey &
Christopher John; cousins including, Willamae Stuart, Bernadette,
Regina, Pamela, Immaculata Hamilton, Rachel Strachan, Myra &
Fredricka Hamilton, Pamela & Sydney Poitier, Stephanie, Karen,
Patrick, Bruno, Hartman, Cedric, Cyric, Dennis, Rose, Dutches,
Geletia & Leanna; other relatives & special friends, Basil Cash, Arthur
White, Lion Heart, Debbie, Gina, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Carey, Hazel
Deveaux, Iriss Cobby, Zilphere Mackey, Geneva Mackey, the King
Street family, the Behring Point, Andros family, the Church of God of
Prophecy family, the St. Agnes family & a host of others too-numerous
to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the
church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.










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11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager (242) 340-8043 * Fax: (242) 373-3005


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


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FREEPORT
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1116/ (242) 373-1471
Pager (242) 340-8043 * Fax: (242) 373-3005


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


- ROSELYN ALRICA "DAR"
"BABY"CAPRON, 88
of Seagrape, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
will be held on Saturday, October 30, 2010 at
11:00 a.m. Church of God of Prophecy,
Seagrape, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.
Officiating will be Bishop Rudolph W. Arthur
assisted by Bishop Cleophas L. Capron Jr.,
Pastor Dwight Jennings and Minister Joseph
Taylor. Interment will follow in the Harbour West
Public Cemetery, Bartlett Hill, Eight Mile Rock,
Grand Bahama.
Left to cherish her memories are children: Flaxie Capron, Rosemary and
Paul Francis, Ilene and Tony Knowles, Cornell and Latrell Smith; step-
daughter: Cybil Capron; adopted daughter: Renemae Symonette; grand-
children: Elaine and Albert Loffice, Strawdy and George Collie, Tina, Nicky
and John Christine, Michael, Howard and Wendy Howell, Keith and
Stamnakia Parker, Martin, James and Shanessa Cox, Tonisha, Teonya,
Gerrard, C.J, Paul Jr., Desmond, Diamond, Jarell, Monique, Shantell,
Patricia, James Parker, Shanell and Samuel English; 45 great grandchil-
dren; 14 great-great grandchildren; brothers: Charles and George Brown;
nieces: Joan, Janice, Gwen, Wanda, Beverly, Bernice, Latoya, Dell, Darie,
Joyce, Vera, Isabel, Lois, Pee Wee, Calmada, Margerie, Sheila, Daisy,
Dorothy, Bernice Williams, Alga, Josephine. and Marlene; nephews: Garth,
Kenrick, Kirk, Winston, Prince, -Cyril, Lloyd, Arlington, Edmund, Jeffery,
Bishop Franklyn Capron, Bishop Cleophas Capron Jr., Nelson, Peter and
James Dean; godchildren: Clifford Hall, Terry Lightboum, Derek and Sherry
Stubbs; sister-in-laws: Pearl and Lori Brown, Roslyn Capron; brother-in-
laws: Cleophas Capron Sr., and Jeffery Capron and a host of relatives and
friends including: Merlene Cox and family, Jones family, Joseph Taylor and
family, Jolly family, Hamilton family, Wellington Stubbs and family, Tita Iris
and family, Anna Stubbs and family, Nelson Smith and. family, Horace
Bullard and family, Zeritzen Outten and family, Roselyn and family, Terry
and family, Ambrose Morris and family, Pastor Barry Morris and family, Felix
and Villa Stubbs and family, James Young and family, Betty and Mae and
family, Michael and Eva Swann and family, Jappie Lightboume and family,
Helen Delancy and family, Natalie Harvey and family, Julia Grant and fam-
ily, Nelson Harris and family, Irinthian Smith and family, Min. Punchetta
Taylor and family, Mattie Mills and family, Honorable M.P. ObieWilchcombe
and family, Joseph Swann and family, Royanne Ferguson and family,
Williams family, Hendfield family, Rev. Michael Pinder and family, Pastor
Leroy Lightboume and family, Diana Ferguson and family;j Palmer family,
Clifford Outten and family, Lita Jones and family, The church of God of
Prophecy Seagrape family, The Church of'God of Prophecy Pine Dale, The
Church of God of Prophecy Hawksbill, The Church of God of Prophecy
Coral Road, The Church of God of Prophecy West End, The Ministry of
Tourism family, doctors, nurses and staff at The Rand Memorialand The
Princess Margaret Hospital, The Winn Dixie food store .,family and the
entire Community of Sea Grape family and. a host of many others too
numerous to mention.
Viewing will be held in the "Celestial Suite" at the Restview Memorial
Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, #11-A Coral Road, Freeport, Grand
Bahama on Friday from 10:00 to 5:00 p.m. and. again on Saturday at the
church from 9:30 a.m. until service time.


-MR. NESBITT JOHN
ADDERLEY, 71

of Sour Sop Street, Pinewood Gardens,
and formerly of Long Island will be held on
Saturday October 30th 2010 at 10:00am at
Mt. Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church,
Pinewood Gardens. Officiating will be
Bishop Neil C. Ellis assisted by other min-
isters of the gospel. Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Garden Soldier Road.

Left to celebrate his life are WIFE: Ethlyn Susan Adderley;
DAUGHTERS: Lovem Williams, Gloria Lightboum, Melaine Jolly
and Qutell Adderley; SONS: Anselem Woodside, Harrison
Williams, Cpl 1032 Henry Davis and Steven Adderley; 1 FOSTER
SON: Joel SISTERS: Ivy Adderley, Faith Roxbury, Mary (Muriel)
Wilson, and Voilet Williams; GRANDDAUGHTERS: Tamiko,
Ylonka, Cherelda, WP/C3386 Alisia Whyte, Novistka, WP/C 2777
Davanda Davis, Tequelana, Atrinique, Shanreika, Anslee,
Lakishna, Brittney, Alexis, Sheena, Shantiche and Lil Qutell;
GRAND SONS: Able Seaman Coyotito Gray, P/C860 Lavardo
Davis, Yocasta, Craig, Keno, Garvin, Joshua, Judah, Chavaz,
Vernard, Nikeo, Romel, Martin, Miquel and Michael; DAUGH-
TERS-IN-LAW: Joanne Williams, Bettyann Woodside, Prescola
Davis; S41STER-IN-LAW: Ruth Miller; SON-IN-LAW: Frederick
Jolly; GREAT-GRAND CHILDREN: Asia, Trevaughn, Alijah,
Coyotito Jr., Matt Jr., De'rell, Lamar Jr., Yocasta Jr.,Kahlal,
Lavante',Troy, Zaria Nina and Kyla; NEICES: Sheila Watson,
Brenda Kemp, Charity Ewing, Yvette and Shantel Pratt, Viona
Evans, Barbara Durham, Delorese, Jennifer Freeman, Vernita
Bain, Miriam Wilson-Smith, Antonia Morley, Rochelle, Annette,
Deborah Rolle; NEPHEWS: Charles, Keith, Ronald, Rodney,
Kevin, Keith, Peter, Steven, and Shelton;GRAND NEICES AND
NEPHEWS: Nikita, Jone, Jermaine, Jammal, Samuel Jr., Kendra,
Kendira, Marcus, Trevex, Shelton, Marvin, Colin, Ashanti, Preston,
Percy, Perswell, Picewell, Shantavious, Travis, Ethan, Melissa,
Felicia, Deon, Shaniqua, Shantique, Shadae, Brooke, Keith Jr.,
Ketra, Keitress, Charles Jr., Renaldo, Justin, Destiny, Paulette,
Zion, Deidra, Deandra and Ziona; Other relatives: Mr. & Mrs. Will
Watson, Mr. John Farrington & Family, Mr. Pratt & Family, Mr. &
Mrs. Kevin Ferguson & Family, The Edgecombe family, Ema Smith
and family, Rev. Helen McPhee and Family, Elva and Bronell
Williams and Family, Nadia Watson, Diana Armbrister, The
Management and Staff of Bank of the Bahamas, Bahamas
Telecommunication Company Ltd, Princess Margaret Hospital
male surgical ward I, The community of Sour Sop street Pinewood
Gardens, New Covenant Baptist Church Family, Mount Tabor
Church Family, The nurses at South Beach Clinic,

Viewing will be held in the Serenity Suite at Restview Memorial
Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads on
Friday from 12:00noon to 6:00pm and at the church on Saturday
from 8:30am to service time.-


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FREEPORT
11 A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 * Fax: (242) 373-3005


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


Memoia SevceDa t Notic I


MS. ALICE DELORES
JOHNSON, 80

of Colebrooke Street and formerly of
Harbour Island will be held on Saturday
October 30th 2010 at 12:00 noon at
Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic
Church, Harbour Island Eleuthera,
Bahamas. Officiating will be Father Henry
Osuagu, Rector of Blessed Sacrament
Roman Catholic Church assisted by other ministers of the gospel.
She leaves behind her beloved daughter, Branhilda Sawyer-
Beasley. Her adopted daughter Terry Deveaux. Grandsons: Jason
and Joseph Sawyer, adopted granddaughter Rhonda Roberts.
Great-grandchildren: Ethan, Eli, and Jayla Sawyer. Her sisters:
Rosa Alsaida Johnson of Miami Florida, Rosalie Johnson of
Nassau, and her adopted sister: Mrs. Dorothy Johnson of Chicago.
Her son-in-law Rev. CC Beasley, granddaughter- in-law Julliette
Sawyer. Brother-in-law Rev. Jesse Johnson of Chicago. Nieces and
Nephews: Dr. Noella Smith, Rosemarie Sawyer, Andrea Knight,
Karen, Linda, Annseton Barry, Hellen McMimms, Eileen Barry, Eva
Percentie, Anthony, Valerie, Seth, and Trainer Mather, Vivreen
Johnson, Ormond Roberts, Franklyn Barry, Tony Paris, Freddy
Brooker, Julia Barry, Kirkwood Roberts, Krantz Bowleg
Godchildren: Sandy, Tikito, Traye, and Simon. Other Relatives and
Friends including: Joseph & Lola Saunders & Family, Peggy Barry
& Family, Jacquelyn Percentie & Family, Carl and Brenda Higgs &
Family, Shanette Sawyer, Hermanette Higgs, Ann Sawyer & Family,
Uncle Ralph Sawyer, Reatta Young and Family, Don (Daybreak)
and Justina Mackey& Family, Mrs. Fanny Murray, Clifton, Della,
Glo, Delores, Margaret, David, Henry, Maggie, Robert, Michael,
and Mary, all of Chicago, Illinois. Doreen Albury & Family, Yvonne
Pratt & Family, Cedric and Marguerite Pennerman & Family, Alma
Sawyer & Family, Charlie Mackey, Miriam Rolle & Family, The
Family of the late Sybil Cleare, The Family of the late Edna Albury,
Beverly Higgs & Family, Patricia Kathleen Rolle and Alma Lena
Canty of Miami & their Family, The Family of the late Cynthia
Saunders. Agnes Kemp & Family, Cyril and Janice Major & Family,
Leander Higgs & Family, Simeon Higgs and the late Jocelyn Higgs
& Family, Geraldine Saunders and the late Hartman Saunders &
Family, Leona Major and the late Neville Major & Family, Eloise
Johnson & Family, Eva Lorraine Sawyer & Family, The Family of
the late Pearl Albury, Casper Johnson & Family, Jesselie Mackey &
Family, Summer and Rev. Curtlin Johnson & Family, Warren Grant
& Family, Mellie Davis, Florine Major & Family, Glenroy and Elaine
Ar.anha.EaJlyJBrl yiutc, Qiuchie Saunders & Family,


I Bone Fish Joe & Family, Vincent Cleare & Family, Barbara Woods
& Family, Freddie Grant & Family, Wade and Joy Higgs, Richard
and Jennifer Cleare, Omi Neely & Family, Alfred Albury & Family,
Bishop Samuel and Betsy Higgs, Jeremiah and Birdie (Brenhilda)
Neely & Family, Miriam Cleare & Family, Raymond and Gaylean
Rolle & Family, Edith Cleare & Family, Olga Higgs & Family, Eunice
Sweeting & Family, Olrick Sweeting & Family, The Family of the late
Mary Johnson, Bert Sawyer & Family, Nina Saunders and the late
Bishop John Saunders & Family, The Family of the Late Winifred
Bethel, Timothy and Adriana Sweeting & Family, Ruth Bayao &
Family, Mildred Roberts & Family, Ronnie and Alma Roberts &
Family. Penny Cleare and the late Berlin Cleare & Family, Bobby
and Sharon Saunders & Family, Joseph and Marie Saunders &
Family, Edward (Mr. Tide) Hutchinson & Family, Percival and
Dorothy Johnson & Family, The Family of the late Wilfred Johnson
of Gregory Town Eleuthera, Marie, Sandra, Daisy, and Dennis &
their Families. The entire staff of the Harbour Island Clinic, includ-
ing Dr. Mensah, and Melonie Saunders. All of the members of the
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church including: Laura Higgs, Tera
Black, Maida, Bernadine and Bernadette Higgs, Francis Bullard,
Jennamae Grant, Junnamae Thompson, Sally, Louis Roberts, lona
Higgs, Willamae Goodman, Brenda Barry, Rick Albury, Thomas
Higgs, Reggie Major, Mary Thompson, Joe Adderley, Leon
Johnson, Wayne Major, Warren Johnson, Wayde McQueen, and
Father Henry Osuagu. The entire Communities of Gregory Town,
Eleuthera and Dunmore Town, Harbour Island.


Death Announcement


MR. AUDLEY
MUNNINGS SR., 59

of Rose Street, Fox Hill, died at The
Princess Margaret Hospital on Wednesday,
October 19th, 2010.

He is survived by his wife: Cheryl Munnings
sons: Lingsley Munnings; Audley Munnings
sisters: Vernie . Comarcho, Margaret
Mortimer-Munnings, Dale Pinder brother:
Ernestine Douglas, Christopher Munilings numerous nieces and
nephews and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to
mention.
Funeral Announcements will be announced at a later date.





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CHOICES: Nathan Wells new book 'Temptation
is Like Fishing assist readers in making the
right decision when temptation arises


Temptation is




Like Fishing


By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer
THERE comes a point in every
Christian's life when they are
faced with temptations.
Some succumb to their challenges,
while others rely on the word of God and
wait for his deliverance.
Bahamian author Nathan G Wells
recently released his .new book titled
"Temptation is Like Fishing" a book
which seeks to assist readers in making
the right decisions 'when temptations
knock on the door.
He also included a 7 day devotional,
which the reader can use as a starter for
their journey to victory.
Mr Wells recently held a successful
launch of his book at his church, Chapel
On The Hill.
Mr Wells came up with the catchy title
after 4tMkiiig With a friend about hidw the
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snatch" a man's soul.
"I came up with the title a few years
ago. The lines, the hooks, and the bait rep-
resents the temptation, and the hook rep-
resents the addiction that some experi-
ence. So this book is a way of dealing with
temptations," Mr Wells explained.
A way of dealing with temptation can
be to quote scriptures or remember what
God says. However. Mr Wells said while
doing these things is good, understanding
the force behind the actions can offer
assistance as well.
"Satan is the force behind every temp-
tation. Its good to quote scriptures, but
once a person understands who is behind
it all then they would know how to handle"
it better. So when a person feels tempted
to have sex before they are married, they
know it is Satan, and they know what it is
he is trying to do," he said.
Mr Wells also suggests thinking before
making quick decisions as some decisions
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"Some people make'decisions quickly
without thinking about it and they are
paying for those decisions. For instance
some people who chose to have sex before
marriage have contracted sexually trans-
mitted diseases. Some people who have
made the decision to engage in criminal
activities are spending time behind bars
for it," he said.
The book is for all to read, however it is
specifically geared towards young adults.
"The book is for non-Christians and
Christians. It is not only for a specific
group of people because anyone can read
it and get something from, it but it is
geared more towards young people," Mr
Wells told Tribune Religion.
After reading the book he hopes people
are enabled to fight temptation.
"When it comes to decision making I
hope people look at their lives and think
deeply about it before they act. Too many
people make decisions hastily and are
paying for it forever. So through this book
I want to inspire people to think about
their lives and their actions," he said
Nathan G Wells is an ambitious young
man of God and is using his talents to
assist people in their fight to, jive, life for
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Thursday, October 28, 2010 0 PG 23


By ALESHA CADET
Tribune Features Reporter

YOUNG Bahamian marital
artist, Darren "Heavy Metal"
ears makes his debut in an
upcoming movie called "Give It
All", a true story based on his life.
Mr Sears told Tribune Religion he will
be playing the leading role in this film.
"The main objective is to express who I
am in God and to inspire people to the
knowledge of the Lord using my talents,"
he said.
A few producers of the movie are
Collage Entertainment and Bahamas
Christian Fellowship Drama Team.
" The inspiration for the movie came
from a vision I had from God, and what he
wanted me to do is give people a view of
my lifestyle and struggles in order to bring
about an inspiration to teach them how to
be persistent in their goals."
_Mr Sears said- he noticed that a lot of-
young people are now having a lack4'f
character and identity, so he encourages


them to understand who they really are in
the sight of God.
He added: " I believe pieces of my
lifestyle can be like a lighthouse to them
as well and that should encourage them to
find out who they are and pursue it."
Going further, apart from the movie
release, Mr Sears is also a gospel artist. "
I just recently released an album called
"Give It All" in September of this year, I
am also having a concert in November to
further expose the album," he said.
Mr Sears went on to explain the mean-
ing of a few songs on his album called "
Give It All and Crossover." He said, "
Give it all is to encourage people to strive
for their very best when pursuing their
purpose for God. This particular song also
teaches you to never give up on the path
of your destiny.
" The crossover song encourages unity
in the body of Christ, the nations that
work against each other will never pros-
per."
" "I was doing all of this. for the three,
years now, so far I have"te tftMdtbNortht
Carolina to minister in music and martial


arts and I have also flew to Andros on two
occasions to take part'in events such as the
back to school Jam event," he said.
He's also confirmed that he is about to
open a martial arts school next year some-
time, " I work under the supervision of
Ronald Smoky Martin and he has been
teaching me for four and a half years
now," Mr Sears said.
" I feel fulfilled and there is no greater
feeling than to know that you are in right
standing with God. No one can find out
who they truly are without God."
Mr Sears says he definitely feels like
he's helping others, and he's realising that
God has placed a potential inside of
everyone so great that they can change
generations. i
He continued: 1' In addition to my
"Give It All albumm, I have an upcoming
album called !"Divine Dream" and that
particular album is based upon a vision
that God gave me. The divine dream is a
movement of the expression of God
throughlman, it's-a, dream,from,.God,.to..

set to come out in 2011."


.NEW. MOVES: While he loves martial arts,







PG 24 * Thursday, October 28, 2010


2 0 y e 2, 2 .


BLESSED: Desmond Bannister (centre) poses for a group shot with the Anglican Corale choir.


Festival of Hymns


UNDER the patronage of Rev Laish and the US. He also served as a clinician
Boyd and Mrs Boyd, The Anglican for The American Guild of Organists
Chorale will present its fifth annual and as music reviewer for the American
Festival of Hymns and Anthems at Choral Directors Association. He spent
Christ Church Cathedral, George Street the last thirty years as a music director
on Sunday, November 7, at 4pm for liturgical churches. During the 1990's
The guest organist, will be Ladislaw he served as Music Director for The
Pfeifer, Director of The Cathedral Choir Nutmeg Children's Chorus of Hartford,
of Boys and Adults, .and Diocesan Connecticut. He founded the
Director of Music for the Roman Torrington Children's Chorus in 1998
Catholic Diocese of Springfield, before accepting his current post in
Massachusetts. Mr Pfeifer's degrees November of 1999.
include, BM , Syracuse University, MM Members of The Anglican Youth
Indiana University, Artists Diploma, Ensemble will be joining with Chorale
Amersfoort; B.A., S.T.B. and M.A., for this year's Festival. The programme
Higher Institute of Philosophy and the will include the customary congregation-
Faculty of Theology, University of al singing of familiar hymns, some of
Louvain. which will be accompanied by a Brass
He has performed as. a .soloist in , Ensemble .led by Asst, Supt Dennis
Belgium, Denmark,; Germany; Holland,- Sturtup, soaring descants'by the "choir,


and one selection supported by a
Handbell Ensemble.
In June 2010 The Anglican Chorale
and Friends presented the highly suc-
cessful variety concert, "Hope for the
Nation", the proceeds from which were
donated towards the restoration of St
Mary The Virgin Anglican Church, Old
Bight, Cat island.
Admission to the festival is free.
However, an offering will be taken and
we are asking for the continued generous
support of the public as the proceeds of
this event will be used to support the
Communications Ministry of The
Diocese of The Bahamas and The Turks
and Caicos Islands.
The Chorale is directed by Rosemary
C Hanna, assisted by Allison Dean and
Dexter Fernander.


GUEST SPEAKER: Pictured is Minister of
Education Desmond, Bannister addressing
attendees of Jast yea's Festival. of Hymns.


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The Tribune


RELIGION


Thursday, October 28, 2010 0 PG 25


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All Saints


BY FR SEBASTIAN CAMPBELL
A LL SAINTS OR ALL
HALLOWS DAY ranks
l fourth among the
major feasts of the Christian
year, along with Christmas,
Easter and Pentecost. All
Saints commemorates all
the saints and martyrs,
especially those not remem-
bered on their own special
days during the church year.
-The festival was first introduced
in the seventh century; in the fol-
lowing century its date was
changed in the west from May 13
to November 1. In the eleventh
century Christians supplemented
the celebration of All Saints Day
with All Souls Day, the commem-
oration on November 2 of the
souls of the faithful departed.
Prayers and a Requiem Mass are
offered on this day on behalf of
the dead.
The origins of All Saints Day
are uncertain. Its roots are
grounded in the second and third
centuries when a unique rever-
ence was accorded to those who
bore witness to Christ by being
imprisoned for their faith (confes-
sors) or by dying for it (martyrs).
After the conversion of the
Emperor Constantine in the early
4th century, the church was able to
give free expression to this rever-
ence for its heroes.
The Christian feast eventually
came to include non-martyrs as
well. From the 4th century on,
there was a great increase in the
number of days assigned to specif-
ic saints, which was motivated at
least in part as a Christian effort
to offset the pagan celebration of
these days on behalf of their own
deities, protectors, and heroes.
The Irish often assigned the first
of the month to important feasts,
and since November 1 was also
the beginning of the Celtic winter
it would have been a likely date
for a feast of all the saints.
The English Protestants consis-
tently preached against the num-
ber of holy or saints days in the
Liturgical Calendar - some one
hundred and sixty-five of them by
that time. The puritans were con-
cerned that these festivals inter-
rupted the daily work schedule
and therefore sanctioned idleness
while it limited onslaughts of
temptaionfriom the'deil'. These
holy days \'ere celebrated with
sports, theatre going - much loose-


ness and rivalry. The holy days
were thought to distract from true
religion rather than encourage it.
The puritans stressed the sabbath.
One of the major changes in
England, in the sixteenth century
was the reduction of holy days,
inspired by Protestants. Only the
New Testament saints were to be
acknowledged and All Saints Day
was to give cover to all the others
now termed "minor saints".
HALLOWEEN
Time and space will not allow us
to do justice to this topic but for
fear nothing is said, we note the
following. The evening of
October 31 is widely known in
English speaking countries as
Halloween, which is an old Anglo-
Saxon contraction of "ALL
HALLOWS EVE". Halloween
has now generally been reduced to
the status of trick or treat, echoing
the beliefs, traditions, and customs
of Pre-Christian and Pagan times.
The ancient Celts believed that
on the evening of October 31,
Samhain, the lord of death, assem-
bled the spirits of the dead - espe-
cially those who had died during
the previous year. Ghosts, skele-
tons, goblins, fairies, imps, witches
and other supernatural entities
were thought to be roaming about
the earth and visiting homes.
Nocturnal creatures such as bats
and owls were also feared since
they were supposed to have spe-
cial powers that enabled them to
communicate with the spirits of
the dead.
We can go on, but stop here.
Christianity as an ever evolving
religion from its very inception
always had to have the ingredient
of adaptability. It took pagan cus-
toms and their festivals and trans-
formed their significance. This
principle holds true in every
sphere of its development.
Halloween is rescued from the
pagan spirits of death and gloom
and transformed to the glory of
God by His Saints - All Hallows
(Holy) now represents life. The
mysterious ghosts of Halloween
are to be replaced by the mysteri-
ous Saints of God. "They lived
not only in ages past, there are
hundreds of thousands still.
The world is bright with the joy-
ous saints .
who love to do Jesus' will......
., For.the Saints of God are just folk
like me,
And I mean to be one too!


New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
Joan's Heights West
Nassau, Bahamas
P.O.Box SB 50010
Telephone: 242-392-3469
Email: nhmbc@coralwave.com, or e.rking.newhopefogmail.com


The New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Family congratulates our Pastor

Elmond R. King on his 6th Pastoral Anniversary!
Pastor's Anniversary Service & Celebration


Date: October 31st, 2010
Time: 10:45am
Place: New Hope Missionary Baptist Church





Theme: "Moving forward, expecting much"


� Philippians 3: 13-14
Forgetting those things whicn are behind,

aInd, Ieching,toward.those, things.hid ae befdoe,







PG 26 * Thursday, October 28, 2010


RELIGION


The Tribune


'To Sir with Love'
By BERNADETTE RAMSEY-
JOHNSON
ON Friday,
October 29, the
Fine Arts
Department of
Aquinas College
will stage a musical
tribute "To Sir
With Love" to
honour the life of 1
the late Andrew R
Curry, former prin- Andrew Curry
cipal of the school.
This perform-
ance will be held at Loyola Hall
beginning 7.30 pm. Advanced tick-
ets can be purchased at the school:
Adults: $10 students/children $5 and
at the door $12 and $7 respectively.
Where there is no vision the pe--
pie perish. We thank God that this
statement does not hold true for
Aquinas College. By God's grace we
have been blessed with persons who
were able to plant the seed of
Aquinas College and nurture it into
the institution it is today. Andrew
Curry in his own way epitomised the
school's motto "Teach Me
Goodness, Discipline and
Knowledge". He not only imparted
knowledge but shared his life, skills,
and talents in his field of expertise
As an educator, Mr Curry's
achievements have been many,
including becoming the first
Bahamian lay principal of Aquinas
College. He began his illustrious
career at Aquinas in 1961 when he
was posted to teach math, music and
drama. He became principal in 1970.
He was a larger than life individual
with a dynamic personality, who
truly had a personal concern for his
staff, students and parents. Aquinas
was his school and he ran it well.
Mr Curry has obtained many
achievements besides his involve-
ment with Aquinas school musicals
and drama groups over the years.
He was also Sr organist and choir
director of St Francis Cathedral. His
comprehensive records of accom-
plishments included: association
with the Nassau Operatic Society,
James Catlyn and Friends, the
Kiwanis Club of Nassau and the
Diocesan Chorale. Mr. Curry was
also a former administrator of The
Omega College. He was married to
the former Lynn Gibson and they.
have four children. Andrew
Randolph Curry was born
December 1, 1935 and sadly he died
on January 17, 2010. Gone but not
forgotten.


The Lutheran Church of Nassau




set to celebrate Reformation Day


By REV SAMUEL BOODLE
ON October 31, many people around
the world will celebrate a day of goblins
and the underworld. The world knows
this as Halloween.
However, for Lutherans around the
world, October 31 has a much different
meaning. It is a day of enlightenment for
the church. On this day, the church
changed forever.
For Lutherans, October 31 is not a day
for celebrating the demonic forces of the
world. It is a day for celebrating the love
of God for his people, his church.
On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther, a
German priest and professor of theology
initiated the Protestant Reformation. On


this day, he posted his famous Ninety
Five Thesis.
One of the objectives of Luther's
Thesis was to dispute the claim that one
can purchase freedom from God's pun-
ishment with money. Luther taught that
salvation does not come through good
deeds, but instead it is a free gift of God's
grace, through faith in Jesus Christ who
redeemed us from our sins.
This is a belief, which is held by most
Christians churches in the world. We in
the Christian church call this
"Justification by faith."
Luther's translation of the Bible into
the language of the people (instead of
Latin) inspired the translation of the
Bible into English, the King James Bible.


His hymns influenced the development
of singing in churches.
The Lutheran Church came out of the
Reformation and will be 493 years old
this year. It is one of the largest
Protestant churches in the world with
approximately 80 million people.
Currently the church is growing most
rapidly in Asia and Africa.
There are two Lutheran congregations'
in the Bahamas- Our Savior Lutheran
Church in Freeport, Grand Bahama and
the Lutheran Church of Nassau in New
Providence.
Happy Reformation day!


* lutheranchurch@coralwave.com


(L-R): Cleomi Turner, Eleanor Conliffe, Yolanda Fernander, Fr Bernard Been


St. Agnes Parish celebrates 2nd Annual Women's Day


ST AGNES Parish celebrated its 2nd
Annual Women's Day on Sunday, 24
October, under the. theme, Faith Makes
the Difference.
The address for the 7am service was
given by Constance Comery, Chairperson
of the Parish's Pastoral Care Ministry. Mrs
Comery said that there are three different
ways one can show faith - through trust,
obedience and hope. "God is-still doing the
i impossible when we' obeytHimi -she-said. '


The address for the 10.30 am service was
given by Deanne Huyler, former Youth
Advisor at St Agnes and Principal of
Woodcock Primary School. Mrs Huyler
advised that as Christians we are called to
live by faith. "Faith is the currency that
,enables us to receive the promises of
God,"she said.
The moderators for the services were
Marilyn Strachan and Yvette Strachan.
,The organizers for the 'day were the-


Parish's Christian Formation Ministry
along with the Anglican Church Women
(ACW).
The ACW made presentations to
Eleanor Conliffe and Maureen Duvalier
for, their support and contribution to
church ministry.
The Rector of'St Agnes Parish is
Archdeacon I Ranfurly Brown and the
Assistant Curates-are, Fr Bernard Been
and Fr Neil Nairn.








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RELIGION


Thursday, October 28, 2010 0 PG 27


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Consistent and persistent prayer


Pray every day. This is as
much a daily requirement as
bathe every day. Pray without
ceasing moves the command to
another level. This is how it can
work:

1.If you eat three times a day, pray at
each meal and pray whenever you snack
or drink any beverage.

2.Pray whenever you enter a car or a
bus, a plane or a boat and definitely on
a motor-cycle or bicycle.

3. Pray when you become angry, irritat-
ed, frustrated or are prone to a negative
response.

4. Pray daily for family members,
friends, colleagues, members of your
church, sporting club or civic organisa-
tion by name, face, or whenever you
think of them.


5. Pray whenever you go on the comput-
er, and especially when online. Send
prayers occasionally or let them know
that you are praying for them.

6. Pray when you wash clothes or dishes,
and shower or bathe, even wash your
face or hands, thinking of the blood of
Christ which washes us clean from every
stain of sin.

7. Pray whenever you hear or see a
child, and ask the Lord to make you
more like a child.

8. Pray for homes you pass and ask God
to bless them with peace and harmony.

9. Pray for every school you pass and
pray for knowledge and wisdom to
increase. Remember the teachers, par-
ents and support staff as well.

10. Pray for places of business and for


economic growth, honest dealings, and
the safety of owners, employees and cus-
tomers.

11.Pray when you pass police stations
and officers, hospitals, the prison and
other institutions.

12.Pray when you pass churches for the
Holy Spirit to bring a revival.

13.Pray when you pass bars and web
cafes.

14. Pray when you pass the offices of
doctors, lawyers, and other profession-
als.

15. Pray when you pass Rawson Square
and all political headquarters.

16. Pray when you pass hotels and
tourists and other tourist-related activi-
ties.


17. Pray at work for the contribution
that you are making, pray for the unem-
ployed and under employed at the same,
time.

18. Pray when you are at home that you
have shelter, food, clothing and any
other comforts you enjoy.

19. Pray when you pass gardens, parks,
and places of beauty.

20. Pray when you pass litter, derelict
cars, garbage.

21. Confess your sins when you look in
the mirror and are tempted to think too
highly of yourself, and praise God when
you realise how blessed you are to have
a Saviour and Lord who loves you so
much when you are feeling low.

Now that you have some idea how to
begin, just keep going until your day
comes to an end.


71st Session of the Bahamas Islands

annual conference of the A.M.E. Church

THE Bahlam:is Islands Co inference of the 11th Episcopal DisI ric uf the African
MNth,,diat Episcopal Church \ ill convene at the Rohinson Morris Chapel A.M E.
Church in Ridg.land Paik West beginning Tuesday. Novembihr 2 thll ..uh Sunday.
Novenmbher 7
The thenie for tils \ear is "Living a Life of lnlegritl in our Wall.. Witness and
Woir.hip Scriplural tc\t is Titt u 2:7-S.
Re,' Bishop NIKmlinkl YOune will preside o.ncr [he S-ssio.n In attendance will
b. pirsiding reld rs. pastois. mini,'si-rs. Iuly a.nd youth . from Flmo da and lihe
Bajhanma,. Our special l 2Li ll bv. GI i h . rnor Geneial Sir Arthur Foulkes and a
representalive from the American Embassy.


* Tuesday. November 2 at 7.30pm:
Sons of Allen Worship Sersice. The guest speaker will he presiding elder Rev
Junmmy Thompson from the South Florida District.
* Wednesday. No% ember 3 at 7.30pnu
La%\ Witness Worship Service
* Thursday. November 4 at 7.30pm:
Women's Missionary Honouree Scnrvice and Dinner tickets are on sale
Friday , November 5 at 7.30pmr
Opening Worship Service Speaker: Rev Faith Mavcock.
* Saturday, November 6 at 9.30anm
Business Session followed
2.30 pm Ordination Service
6pm Debutante and Masters Ceremony
7.30 pm Youth Department Service
Sunday, November 7 at 930 am church school and 10.30am closing worship
service Bjihop McKjngly Youqg, ,..
Ho6st presiding elders an, pastors re Rqvs H ward, .W n and Rauford .,
Palterson.


REV. Appolonia Okwu of Nigeria works to build a fire in her hand built mud
and straw brick oven in Lineville, Ala., Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010. Okwu is one of
19 trainees from 10 countries who are learning how to make the efficient,
S.clean-burning cook stoves from mud bricks. The Servants in Faith and
Technology group provides the training in rural Alabama.






PG 28 * Thursday, October 28, 2010


RELIGION


The Tribune


ON October 11, the ACM of St James held its
Fifth Annual Father Anthony Roberts King of
the Grill Fest. Anglican Church Men from vari-
ous branches in New Providence came to dis-
play who had the best skills on the grill. " This is
a what fellowship is all about, we have enjoyed
the competition and camaraderie over these 4
years, we anticipate more ACM branches getting
involved in years to come, " said Colin Wright.


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BBF #106
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2007 NISSAN ALTIMA,
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blue exterior, grey leather interior, A/C, CD,
22" wheels, asking $12,000 O.N.O
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2000 HYUNDIA ELANTRA
in need of repairs for only 800.00 call 325-0881
for more details


'08 HOND ACCORD EX
Gold ext, tan int
fully loaded, S/R, 6 dis c/d changer,
low mileage, just in from States, 20,000 miles
like new. Must see.364-3691, 557-1205


-2003 CHEVY IMPALA PARTS 4 SALE
Body & engine 3.8-3.4 cylinder
Dodge Neon Parts aslo 2001-2003
Call 361-7181 or 636-6171


2003 DODGE RAM 1500 PICKUP TRUCK.
$11,500.00 ono
power windows, power locks, air conditioning,
AM/FM radio, CD player, cruise control/keyless
entry, v8 magnum engine.
Call 443-5597


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2001 SILVER HONDA INSPIRE 2.5V,
(In excellent condition!!!), Automatic transmis-
sion, 75K miles, A/C,CD player with AM/FM
stereo cassette, Great BOSE sound system,
Alarm system. One owner in Nassau.
Regularly maintained.
Owner leaving the island. $6,500.
327-0025 between 9:00am and 6:00pm.


2006 HONDA FIT
Red exterior with black interior, 4 door
under 28,000 miles, left hand drive, 33 miles to
gallon Extremely fuel efficient
$11,500.00
Call 393-9355


2008 CHEVY IMPALA
Dark blue ext, gray int
Automatic, power windows/locks/am/fm radio,
CD player, extra clean, asking $16,500 ono.
Serious inquiries only!
Tel 341-8221, 457-1303, 361-6758.


FRIB #014
1999 NISSAN TUSCAN
White exterior
$3,000.00 obo
Right hand drive. Call 436-7255


BBF #994 B
MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
for only 800.00 in need of repairs call 325-0881
for more details


TRIB #003
1995 CHEVY IMPALA S.S
Black exterior with red & grey interior
5.7. S. S Model, 22" rimis, Custom interior,
flowmaster, CD, AC, Power windows & doors.
Price neg. $11,000.00
Call 327-0337 cell 524-3356


IB #012 "A"
2003 Jeep Liberty Limited
4dr 3.7L V-6, AC, AM/FM CD Player,
Cloth Interior Like New
Asking $12,000 o.n.o.,
Contact: 242-392-4805, 242-422-1992 or
242-727-9644


BF#994 C
TOYOTA CELSIOR(LEXUS LS 400)
in need of repairs for only 800.00
call 325-0881


15
37 MITSUBISHI LANCER, BLUE
$3,000.00
In excellent condition.
Call 341-4870 cell 557-8855


TRIB #046
1998 HONDA INSPIRE
White exterior, grey interior. Recently
serviced. Very good condition, one owner.
Asking $4,800.00 obo
1996 DODGE CARAVAN
$2,800.00 obo
Call 429-1892, 544-1295


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2004 ACURA 3.5 RL
Fully loaded, leather interior, navigation system,
A/C, Automatic, recently serviced
ph# 432-1805 / 445-3566


2006 CHEVY COLBOLT
White exterior with grey interior, Automatic,
manuel windows, locks, Am/FM Cd player, air
condition, extra clean. Asking $8,000.00 ono
Serious enquiries only.
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758


CAR FOR SALE
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix .
2 Door Black Ext & Int. Sport GT Rims
Perfect condition low miles 30,000.00
$7,200 ono
Telephone: 361-5177 &
361-5220 ext 239 or 241


2000 HONDA ACCORD
Green ext, beige int.
sunroof, leather interior, running condition,
needs transmission repair
Serious inquiries only for quick sale
$4,000 ono.
Tel 636-5012


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7RIB #021
2001 LEXUS LX 470 JEEP
One owner super, loaded 4x4 adjustable
shocks, 59,000 miles, mint condition and runs
like new,
No dents, no scratches nor stains on seat.
$28,000 firm
Tel 395-2109 serious inquiries only


2002 FORD F 250 Diesel truck.
This truck only aone 260 miles, garage kept,
extended cab, steel tool box and hard cover,
fog lights and hours. Fully loaded, complete leather.
Brought new, driven a few times.
One owner. $40,000 obo. Tel 395-2109


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TRIB #040
1999 FORD F150
Red ext, gray int, V-6, s/shift, a/c, cd player,
a/c, excellent cond, Fully loaded.p/w/l. $7,900.
456-9991.
E-mail:diegovds @ hotmail.com


2001 JAGUAR S-TYPE
Gold exterior. $9,500.00
Clean, cold Ac, 41,000.00 miles, very clean,
Call 465-3487 or 426-8457
Serious enquiries only.


FRIB #047
2006 H-3 HUMMER
Royal blue exterior with beige leather interior
$48,000.00 obo
Phone system, CD player,
front grill, immaculate condition.
Call 225-1355 cell 535-5589


FRIB #146
MORE'S AUTO PARTS
Bumpers, fenders, hoods, headlights etc

ph# 364-9089 / 364-3011


TRIB #508
2002 HONDA ACCORD V-4
Black exterior with grey interior
$8,000.00 ono
4 door, clean inside, power windows, sunroof,
AC, alarm system. License until Decenber
Cell 445-1589 or 395-1946


1999 ALTIMA
White exterior, black leather Interior,
AC is cooling. Car is in good condition.
Sold as is. Asking $2800.00 ono
Cell 434-7474


TRIB #513
1995 TOYOTA ARISTO
Silver exterior with grey interior. $6,000.00 Ex-
cellent condition, sound system, 18" racing
rims, exhaust system, cold Ac, cold air intake.
Cell 565-1037


1991 NISSAN BLUEBIRD
Blue exterior. $3,500.00 obo
Runs perfectly, ice cold Ac, impeccable inte-
rior, slight rear bumper damage owner leaving
the Island.
Call 305-5064 cell 376-4593


RIB #519
1996 TOYOTA COROLLA
4 door Just in from US. cold AC
I$4,500.00 obo
Ph: 326-4268 or 436-4251 or 636-5263

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2007 GRAND CHEROKEE
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
Bank financing assistance-available, asking
$20,500 ONO,
ph# 426-4565


2007 TOYOTA TACOMA X RUNNER
Red exterior, grey interior, clean title, dealer-
ship papers, sound system, serious inquiries
only. 6 speed manual 4.0 litre.
$23,000 O.N.O.
Phone: 324-2675 or 376-8341


. 2004 NISSAN INFINTI G35 COUPE
Royal blue exterior, Excellent condition, very
low mileage, Never driven in Nassau, fully
loaded, excellent deal, financial institutions &
lending agencies available.
Contact Giovanni Blancharde
341-2734/376-5573/341/2451


- 2003 CADILLAC CTS SPORT
Black exterior, black /tan Interior.
$13,500.00 obo
Manual, leather, clean In and out.
Must see to appreciate. Serious inquiries only
Cell 434-2771


1996 TOYOTA STARLET
Good Conditon, Cola A C, Radio. Excellent on
GAS'
Licensed Until August 2011.
$2,800 O.B.O! MUST SELL!
426-0076 Must sell
NEW NOKIA N97's only $450.00
Free delivery WiFi/touch screen/qwerty.
keyboard.393-3808, 426-0076


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TRIB #501
1998 MERCEDES SSANG YONG MUSSO
Silver/bronze exterior with grey interior,
electric windows, looks good, drives better,
clean interior, offers around $5750.00 o.n.o
electric windows
Call 324-5520 or 445-4738


TRIB #505
2002 DODGE CARAVAN
Gold exterior with tan interior.
$6,000.00 ono -
Excellent condition, Ac, everything
Must see to appreciate.
Call 326-4037 or 467-4446 or 426-8468





















1.996 GMC-3500 MODEL BUCKET TRUCK
37FT Vehicle for sale.
Asking $22,000.00 obo
Serious offers only contact. 325-4036


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FRIB 4520
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
4 door. Just in from US. Cold AC.
$7,500.00 obo
Ph: 326-4268 or 436-4251 or 636-5263


1994 HONDA ACCORD
Green exterior wiih lan leather interior
$3,000.00 ono
Good condition, runs well, AC cold.
License until May 2011
Cell 636-8686


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TRIB #511
1994 NISSAN PRIMERA
Red exterior, grey interior.
$3000.00
AC, alarm CD player. Excellent condition.
Cell 466-5621


TRIB #517
2003 HONDA ACCORD COUPE EX
Blue black exterior with black and grey interior
$9,500.00
2 door, v6 engine, air condition, cruise control,
power steering, power windows,
6 Cd disc changer. Excellent condition
Call 392-5016 cell 434-0259 or 544-9312


TRIB 4522
1998 NISSAN ALTIMA
4 door, Just in from US, Cold AC
$5,500.00 obo
Ph: 326-4268 or 436-4251 or 636-5263


TRIB #602
2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT,
2Dr. Champagne ext. w/ tan interior. Great con-
dition. A/C, CD player and MP3 hookup. Seat
covers and new mats. Never had any problems!
$7,500.00
Call 422.3534.


TRIB #510
2000 TOYOTA ALTEZZA
White ext, black int, Very clean. Power every-
thing, alarm system, AC, CD player. $9,000.00
Tel 324-3817, 424-2434.


2007 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with grey interior.
$17,000.00. 60,000 miles, xm radio, 6 disc
changer, fully loaded, v6, factory
17 rims, HID lights
Call 394-3436 cell 465-9609


1996 MERCEDES BENZ
4 door. In from US. Cold AC,
$6,000.00 obo
Ph: 326-4268 or 436-4251 or 636-5263


2006 DODGE RAM
Tan exterior with grey interior
$19,000.00 ono
Fully loaded 4 door truck, excellent condition,
good for work and play, AC,.CD, Mp3 radio,
power windows. Cell 434-8309


TRIB #604
1995 TOYOTA WINDOM
ASKING $1500.
Call 356-4057 ASK FOR MS. STEWART.


2001 S TYPE JAGUAR
Grey interior with black interior
$8,500.00 ono. Clean In and out.
Call 465-3182 or 431-4643


1994 NISSAN SKYLINE TURBO
Black exterior with black interior. $12,500.00
Also
TWIN TURBO MITSUBISHI GTO SPORT
$12,500.00 All vehicles are In excellent condi-
tion Serious inquiries Cell 455-0507


FRIB #512
1997 FORD F-150 PICKUP TRUCK
Black exterior with grey interior. $7,800.00
Excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
.6 cylinder, standard shift, AC, CD player.
Cell 466-5621 cell (hm) 324-7751


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TRIB #509
2000 HONDA INSPIRE
Sil,6er exierior wiin oia--k inierior
$6,700.00
Very good condition.
Alarm, Ac, CD player.
Call 324-3817 or 424-2434


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rRIB #605
2000 NISSAN PRIMERA
Green exterior with beige interior. Like new,
.low mileage, 4 door, AC, engine running very
good. $9,000.00 ono Must sell.
Call 325-5601 or 465-4008


TRIIB #628
2009 HONDA PILOT
Midnight blue exterior, dark blue interior,
6,100 miles, custom mats and steps still under
NMC Company warranty. Price $52,000.00
Serious inquiries only.
322-8833 cell 454-8218


TRIB #924
2006 NISSAN ARMADA LE
BLACK WITH UNMARKED TWO TONE GREY
LEATHER INTERIOR.
42,000 MILES.
FRONT AND REAR A/C.,
POWER TAILGATE
REVERSE CAMERA
REAR DVD PLAYER.
7 FULL SEATS.
ELECTRIC MEMORY SEATS, BOSE 6 CD SYS-
TEM WITH GREAT SOUNDS, LOADS OF
EXTRAS.
SUPERB CONDITION.
DRIVES LIKE NEW.
VALUED AT $32,000.00
MUST SELL FOR $28,000.00 ONO.
PLEASE CALL ANYTIME: 357 9117/357 9118/225 1096


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FRIB #616 1999 MID SIZE SEDAN HONDA ACCORD
2008 HONDA ACCORD LX Champagne exterior with beige interior. Body
Burgundy exterior with tan/cloth, 4 door, spoiler, in good condition. Runs extremely well. Owning
xm ready, fully loaded. Serious inquiries only leaving Island. Must sell!!
Bank financing available. Also 1998 HONDA CIVIC FOR SALE.
Comprehensive insurance $24,000.00 $3,800.00
Call 429-7024 Call 326-2267, 465-7676,323-6429


TRIB N631
1994 TOTOTA COROLLA
Gold exterior with maroone interior.
Only $2300.00. 98,000 miles.
Very good condition,
Power windows, must see
Call 394-2899 or 425-7311


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2004 ZUZUKI VERONA
Blue exterior. From USA, 4 door, auto, AC,
CD, air bags, remote entry, power wind/door.
License & inspection, very clean.
$6,350.00 ono. (Same as Chevy Epica)
Call 361-71771 cell 434-4182


2007 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exterior with leather seats, very clean
with rims. Asking Price $7,800.00
Financing and insurance available
2007 NISSAN ALTIMA
With sunroof & DVD player.
Call for more info. Cell 636-9647


rRIB #620
2003 HONDA ACCORD
EXPAT LEAVING ISLAND
Fully loaded, 2dr Coupe, AC, CD player,
Blue exterior, Black leather interior
Asking $8,500 O.N.O
Call 376 0180


.1999 VOLO S80
Silver exterior with grey interior. $6,000.00 ono
Car in good conditiorf, Ac, power locks and
windows, alarm system
Call 302-6022 cell 434-7144 or 364-1898


RIB #646
2000 VOLKSWAGEN CABRIO
Expat leaving island, must sell. In.excellent
condition dark blue exterior, fully loaded, con-
vertible, 6 disc changer. Asking $6,500.00
O.B.O. Ph# 424-7737


TRIB #808
2007 HONDA CIVIC
Blue exterior with grey interior $16,900.00 obo
Clean title, immaculate condition, sunroof, 6
disc changer, original rims, power everything,
super clean in and out.
Serious inquiries only.
535-5635 or 393-8978, 425-0987


2001 DODGE DOKOTA
White exterior, grey interior. $6,500.0Q
Auto, V6, CD player, AC. Good condition.
Call 393-0920 cell 477-0668


FRIB #610
2001 FORD FOCUS ZX3
$2,200.00 ono
4 door, low miles, needs head job.
Call 324-4402
Cell 565-7166


TRIB #619
2002 NISSAN MAXIMA
Dark blue exterior, leather interior, CD player,
AC, 20" rims, sunroof.
HID lights, excellent condition. $5,000.00
Call 322-4664 cell 423-3824


TRIB #625
2003 NISSAN MAXIMA SE,
3.5v6, 6sp very rare, dark blue with black
leather interior, in dash 6disc cd changer bose
system, sunroof, dual power seats, front and
side airbags, halo headlights, fog lights, factory
chrome rims, great condition. $8500 ono.
no reasonable offer refused. 5564074.


2001 NISSAN SKYLINE (INFINITI G35)
Blue with beige leather. 48,000 miles, 20 inch
chrome wheels, pioneer indash bluetooth sys-
tem, all power, very good condition. $11,500
o.b.o. 3287316 or 3287317.


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1997 HONDA ACCORD
Green exterior with grey interior. $2,000.00
4 door, CD player, aut6matic, minor problems
Call 328-1464 or 454-7045 or 326-4460








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2006 HONDA ACCORD SEDAN
Graphite exterior with grey interior
4 door sedan
Car in working order complete working order
Serious inquiries only
Car only. $13,000.00
Call 392-4823 Cell 465-0903 or 456-7665






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FRIB P643
2001 MAZDA MILLENIA
Silver exterior with cream /leather interior.
$5,000.00
Fully loaded, sunroof. Must see
Call 535-5668


TRIB a647
2007 CHRYSLER DODGE RAM
One owner, low miles, bank financing and in
house 0% down. Vehicles can be view at
Blue Hill Road South
2007 NISSAN MAXIMA
Leather seats, sunroof $6,800
bank financing and in house 0% down.
242-434-7405



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2001 RODEO
Just in and serviced, fully loaded, brand new
Jaquar transmission, six spoke alloy wheels
w/brand new tires, power everything, Ac and
more.1 month warranty. $7,800.00 ono
395-0183 24/7 dawkinsauto@hotmail.com.


TRIB t846
2004 CADILLAC CTS
BUrgundy exterior, tan leather interior, 22"
Paladin Chrome rims, cold alc, great condition,
serviced regularly, owner leaving island.
$15,500 O.N.O
Ph: 376-6121


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TRIB '*644
1999 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
Expat Leaving Island, must sell. In excellent
condition. Leather seats, tan exterior, fully
loaded, dual zone air conditioning, 6 disc
changer. Asking $9,000 O.B.O.
Ph# 424-7737


2004 LANDROVER FREELANDER
Black exterior with brown/leather interior. Clean
title, 22" rims, AC, CD player, power everything,
low miles
$15,000.00 obo
Call 426-4426


1991 HONDA ACCORD
Owner asking $1,200.
Phone:442-6470


FRIB #938
2001 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior with black interior, 2 doors,
later seats, sunroof, CD player,
power everything, engine 3.0, V6
Excellent condition. $6,900.00
Call 327-5052/565-9402 or 456-9991


TRIB #889
2004 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER
Green exterior, grey and black interior, full
chrome kit, sound system and 22" rims with
brand new tired. Must see to appreciate, super
clean. $11,500.
Phone: 341-1977 or 467-2640


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FRIB a942
2001 HONDA ACCORD
Forest green exterior with tan interior.
$7,500.00 ono
Power everything,,doors, chairs, etc alarm,
6 disc CD changer/tape deck, tints, AC, leather
seats, sunroof, clean new pauint job, V6
Call 436-7056


rRIB #959
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


1998 FORD CARGO VAN E250
White exterior with grey interior
$8,000.00 ono Extended work van,
155,000 miles. Good condition, AC,
Must sell. Leaving the Island
Call 364-8609 cell 535-5175


1999 HONDA CIVIC
Tan exterior with black interior. $6,500.00 Ac,
CD player, rims
Cell 544-9630


1995 MITSUBISHI III
Black exterior with grey interior. $5,000.00
Low miles, clean interior & exterior,
Never raced,
Upgrades include, intake, exhaust,
cams boost controller, 18"rims.
Call 322-2375 cell 424-4862


2004 INFINITI G35
Black exterior with black interior. $15,500.00
Standard shifft, sunfoof, yellow HID lights.
Excellent condition, leather seats.
Call 376-4796 or 525-7966


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1996 S-10 CHEVY
stick shift,, green exterior with grey interior.
$3700.00
Good condition, big sound system, power win-
dows and mirror, good truck for work.
Cell 556-0510


2001 HYUNDAI SONATA,
4 Door Sedan, AC, Power Windows, CD
Player, Low Mileage, 2 Owners,
Good Condition.
Asking $4200 O.N.O.
Call 556-0172 or 361-1453.


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'RIB n894
2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
Green exterior, Power everything, MP3 and
MP4 player, recently service, Vehicle running
excellent. Asking $11, 500 negotiable
Call 392-3106 or 376-9954


2000 FORD MUSTANG
White exterior with tan/leather interior.
$8,500.00
Fully loaded, stick shift, flow master, AC,
leather seats, 17" chrome rims, CD player
Call 327-1955 or 436-4658


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2000 CHEVY CAVALIER
Red exterior.
Four door, fully loaded, radio player and air
conditioned Asking price $3,500.00
and 17" inch tyre for sale. $600.00
Call 364-6258 or 433-9656


TRIB #654
2004 JAGUAR X -TYPE 3.0
Tan leather interior, wood finish dash, AC,
power everything. Great on gas
$8,900.00 ono
Call 676-2107


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2008 HONDA CIVIC
Black exterior with grey interior,
2 door, auto, $16,000.00
Call 327-6746 Cell 242-525-0831


TRIB #971
1998 HONDA SABER
Just in with TV and leather seats,
fully loaded. $6,900.
HONDA ACCORD. $4,500.
Call on other vehicles.
Phone: 341-2096 or 427-3505


2003 FORD EXPEDITION
Burgundy exterior with tan interior
Fifteen Thousand
$15,000.00 ono
22" rims and sound system included.
Cell 426-1450 or 457-3200


1999 FORD EXPLORER JEEP
Red exterior. $4,000.00 ono
Needs transmission work.
Cell 448-6900


2001 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
Navy blue exterior with grey/leather interior
$6,000.00. Fully loaded.
Call 535-5668


2000 HONDA ACURA TL 3.2
Gold exterior, running great, fully loaded.
Asking $5,000.00
Call 361-1529 cell 558-9646


FRIB #958
2006 HUMMER H2
Corvette yellow with black interior. $42,000 obo
Power, locks, power windows, sunroof, leather,
A-1 condition, fully loaded.
Call 357-8493


TRIB #924
LAND ROVER DEFENDER 90 LTD EDITION V8
.", AUTOMATIC 1998
TOTALLY UNMARKED METALLIC BLUE WITH FULL
LIGHT GREY LEATHER
CRASH BARS AND CHROME RUNNING BOARDS
8 SEATS, AIR CONDITIONING, SUNROOF, VERY RARE
. AUTOMATIC!
FULL 4 WHEEL DRIVE WHICH WILL DRIVE ON SAND,
ROCKS AND ALL ROUGH TERRAIN WITH NO PROB-
LEMS.
"-. - THE VEHICLE RUNS ON GAS OR LPG.
FULL SERVICE HISTORY FROM NEW AND JUST HAD
EVERYTHING WORKS AS IT SHOULD. THIS VEHICLE
S,-. HAS BEEN VERY WELL LOOKED AFTER AND HAS
. ' -'NOT DONE ANY HARD OFF ROAD WORK.
THIS VEHICLE IS A RARE 50TH ANNIVERSARY LIM-
S, - . . ITED EDITION DEFENDER.
-- AVAILABLE TO VIEW ON PARADISE ISLAND
P',E CLN"T ' $36,000 ONO -
PLEASE CALL ANYTIME: 357 9117/357 9118/225 1096


2003 NISSAN SENTRA GXE
Super saloon. White exterior, grey interior
Fully loaded $10,500.00 obo
Also
SPECIAL ORDER
2001 FORD TAURUS SES
$10,500.00 All vehicle s are In excellent
condition. Serious enquiries.
Cell 455-0507


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2006 SUZUKI FORENZA
Silver exterior with grey interior. Low
miles,
power windows, AC, CD player, clean car
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FRIB #980
2006 HONDA ACCORD EX
Silver exterior, grey interior.22 inch rims, sun
roof, H.I.D head light. Phone: 322-8759,
465-2106 or 428-2419




CARBIN SLOOP 39'
CENTRE COCKPIT
White/blue, wood
interior. $55,000.00
She has Ac, hot water,
microwave,gas stove
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well as two heads, two
cabins and a large
saloon draws 5/12 ft,
has a perkins prima
diesel
and GPS.
395-9996.s 1989


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38' PHOENIX FOR SALE
(2)350 HP cummings, like new- only 125 hours
New 10 Kw generator. Two state rooms,
Large head & shower. $75,000.00
Call 424-5683


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2000 FIART MARE
White on white. Fibre glass hull, 40" fiart
engines CX7 3126 420 HP
Serial #'s 65R00786/65R00789
$50,000.00
Serious enquiries only.
Call 424-3452


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YAMAHA 270 HP JET BOAT
White w/red. Body in great condition, 2 engine
in excellent, w/one new + the other
re-conditioned, does 55mph. $7,500.00
Call 325-2933


1996 FOUNTAIN 25' CENTRE CONSOLE
with 225 hp Yamaha 4 stroke with very low
hours
Boat and engine In great condition
$15,000.00
Trailer also available for sale.
call 424-6604


2000 YAMAHA JET SKIES XL 800
Red/white. $8,500.00 ono
Comes with (2) jet skies (4) life vest and a
newly built trailer, one has about 60 hrs and the
other 55hrs. Very fast and in excellent
condition. Call 364-6319 cell 565-9016


TRIB #025
23FT SEA CRAFT,
sky blue ext., 250 hp Yamaha, low hours,
very clean, many extras, $22,000.
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TRIB #901
1974 36FT SPORT FISHERMAN BOAT
Yellow and white, 2-3208 caterpiller 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 andefishing chair.
$50,000.00 ono
call 336-2353 cell 357-0390


JETBOAT 80 HP
New engine 0 hours CB Radio white compass
trailer $6800 ph# 436-4643


31 FT. CAT LIMBO WITH 8 CYLINDER
PERKINS DIESEL ENGINE.
Cruises 15 knots.
Can be used as a ferry boat, tour boat or for
fishing. Enquirers can call Thomas in GTC
Abaco at (242) 365-4019 or (242) 475-8195.












RIB #725
1990 17 BOSTON WALER MONTARK
White on white, 90hp mercury engine
(low hours) trailer included, willing to sell boat
hull only.
$6500.00 ono
Cell 422-9343 or 456-5165


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26' WELLCRAFT
Twin V6 150hp OceanPro Evinrude motors,
cuddy cabin sleeps 3, BRAND NEW GPS and
iPod dock stereo. Smooth runner in good
condition. $16,000 - low price for quick sale.
Call 544-9742


TRIB #940
PRICE REDUCED!!

SUPPLY VESSELL FOR SALE, (GREY)

100ft deck space stern ramp Over

$600 000 imested

Reduced to $475 000

for quick sale

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Asking $12,000.00 or nearest offer
Engines require work
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TRIB f958
SEACRAFT 231
New upholstery, Bimini top, stereo, benette
sport tabs, Aluminum float-on trailer.
$18,500.00 ono
Call 427-6453


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TRIB #957
1986 CHEERMEN THROLLER FISHING
BOAT
Fiber Glass Hull
38 ft long
Engine type: Detroit Diesel
Asking price: $40,000 Nearest Offer
Contact Mark Turnquest @ 357-0934


TTR-125 YAMAHA
Electric and crank with key ignition. Excellent
condition $1,950.00
Cell 434-8876


TRIB #802


TRIB #957
1967 PIPER NAVAJO(AEROPLANE)
Blue & beige, red stripes with dark blue leather
$120,000.00 obo
Seven seater plane. Executive style seating
Ideal for business or family.
No reasonable offer refused.
425-1055 cell 357-8493


RIB #806
2004 KAWASAKI 636 NINJA
PROJECT BTKE, RED
Runs and rides great, new fairing, muffler,
headlights, tires and many other new parts.
Must sell.
$3800.00Call 426-4426



THIS ISN'T A DEAL
THIS IS A STEAL!!
BRAND NEW
JON WAY 150CC SCOOTERS
150 CC $1495.00
50 CC $1195.00
Red, yellow, black, blue
Custom fairings and exhaust
Elect. Start, Disc. Brakes,
Cell phone alert notification
Up to 90 MPG.
Call "AL"
242-393-3604.445-3845,448-3570


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EOWNED UNITED MOTORS 2007 250CC
V-TWIN CLASSIC W/BRAND NEW
SADDLE BAGS
PRICE $3,500.00 AS IS TELEPHONE:
393-0155/393-0673


2006 HONDA 650 RED AND WHITE
$3,500.00
Very good condition
Cell 467-0591


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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Best prices on quait namebrand low profile tires such as
Pirelli, Toyo, Nitto, Dunlop, Delinte,Ventus, Falken, Vogue,
Mickey Thompson among other brands.
205/40/17 $ 89.95
215/35/18' $130.00
225/40/18 $135.00
225/30/20 $170.00
225/35/20 $170.00
245/35/20 $180.00
255/35/20 $190.00
275/45/20 $200.00
235/30/22 $245.00
245/30/22 $235.00
255/30/22 $225.00
265/35/22 $275.00
265/40/22 $235.00
315/40/22 $275.00
305/45/22 $275.00
255/30124 $300.00
305/35/24 $325.00
Ph# 394-4128 Double Ad month tribune issue 82 020


CARIB GENERATORS
SUPER SILENT - PERKINS, CUMMINS, ISUZU - GENERATORS:
Automatic Transfer Switch, 100/200 gallon fuel tanks,
- Deep See Controllers. Stamford Altemrnators, Weather Proof
Enclosures. Shipping & Customs Duties Included ....50% Deposit:
Isuzu 15kw Diesel $ 7,193.00
eIsuzu 20kw Diesel $ 8,100.00
S*i Isuzu 24kw Diesel $ 8,525.00
Ricardo 30kw Diesel $ 8,354.00
- Ricarao 40kw Diesel $ 9,318.00
0 . Cummins 20kw Diesel $11,175.00
-- Cummins 30kw Diesel $12,046.00
Cummins 40kw Diesel $13,250.00
Cummins 80kw Diesel $18,876.00
, " U.K. Perkins 30kw Diesel $12,102.00
U.K Perkins 40kw Diesel $12,445.00
C.N. Perkins 60kw Diesel $13,467.00
TT.K. Perkins 90kw Diesel $21,200.00
ASSAU & FAMILY ISLANDS- Phone 427-3749


CATERPILLER GENERATOR
White and yellow. $15000.00
100KW Weatherproof Box.
Call 356-6672/3 or 359-3049


'RIB #613
2006 KAWASAKI NUNJA ZX6R BLACK
$5,500.00 ono
Garage kept just loke new extremely fast
Call 364-2887 cell 525-5242


--BBF #159

235-30-22 $230
255-30-22 $215
END OF MONTH 265-35-22 $250
TIRE BLOWOUT SALE 305-45-22 $265
Prices good with add only!!! 305-40-22 $265 �
255-35-20 $190 305-35-24 .$300
245-30-22 $225 � 255-30-24 $295
205-40-17 $90 275-25-24 $300
225-40-18 $125 305-30-26 $498
225-30-20 $165 Many other sizes in stock, Prices
225-35-20 $170 subject to change,
245-35-20 $175 Ph: 434-4054 or 323-4365
275-45-20 $195


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S$599.99







BBF t916
Dell Zino Desktop Special:
2GB RAM; 250 HD; CD/DVD RW; USB Ports;
Win Vista I 7 + More; Anti-Virus; Speakers;
NOT included. Finance/LayAway from
$599.99. Call 323.6315.












BBF #795
5 HP Compaq 15" Laptop Special:
Win 7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 2GB RAM. 250HD.
WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook and Twitter
Ready. Anti-Virus; Fax Line. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance I LayAway from $499.99. Call
323.6315.


HP Laptop Special:
Webcam; Win 7. CD/DVD Burner. 2GHz. 3GB
RAM. 320HD. WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook
and Twitter Ready. Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance I LayAway from $599.99.
Call 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.


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. Financel LayAway.
Price $489.99. Call 323.6315.



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3BF #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.


TRIB #9343
NEW LAPTOP CHARGERS @$40.00
Used dell 17" LCD monitors @$150,
Used laptops starting @ $300.00
Call 361-2033,431-7704 Derrik
392-4860,448-4236 Luke.












BBF #104
BrandNew Vizio 42" LCD 1080p HDTV
year Warranty! $1100
Pink Dell Mini-$325 Black
HP Mini-$399 White iPhone 3GS 32GB-$800
PH# 357-5888


BBOF #925


PlayStation
Network Cards:
Purchase games,
MapPacks,
demos, and more.
$10 card for $15.
$20 card for $25.

Call 323.6315.


BBF #913
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 #138
Dell + HP MINI LAPTOP SALE:
1 GB RAM; 160HD; WIFI; Windows XP or Win-
dows 7; Webcam; Card Reader; Anti Virus Soft-
ware. 1 Year Limited Warranty. Finance/ LayA-
way from $399.99 Call 323.6315


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Every Anime that's out is in. .
Highschool of the dead, Naruto, bleach,
ikkitousen, and many more
ph# 558-8351





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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


BBF #141
ACER EM + ACER 15" LAPTOP
Special: 2GB RAM; 160GB HD; Windows 7;
CD/DVD RW; WiFi. Card Reader; Anti-Virus
Software. 1 YEar Warranty. Finance / LayAway
from $499.99. Call 323.6315


BBF #140
ACER EM + ACER MINI LAPTOP:
1 GB RAM; 160-250GB HD; WiFi; Windows 7;
Webcam; Card Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1
Year Warranty. Finance/LayAway from
$349.99. Call 323.6315


Dell Inspiron 15" LAPTOP SALE:
Windows Vista / 7. CD/DVD RW. 2 Ghz; 2GB
RAM; 250GB HD; WiFi, Webcam, Card
Reader, Anti Virus. 1 Year Limited Warranty.
Finance/ LayAway from $599.99
Call 323.6315


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BBF #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





$99.99






3BF #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. Call 323.6315;








"RIB #610
BRAND NEW! CAR CD PLAYER
door speakers for sale. $45.00
Pioneer w/remote MP3/ready $145.00
Pioneer w/remote USB/Ipod Mp3 ready
$175.00
JVC w/remote mp3/ready $135.00
Pioneer 12E $125.00
Call for more details. 376-3655 325-0815


rRIB #017
UNIVERSAL CELL PHONE CHARGERS
For Nokia
Motorola, Samsung, Sony, Ericsson. $20.00
Mp4 player, 4 Gb memory $50.00
C!l! 361,-8806 or 324 1483


BBF #911
Norton Antivirus Sale:
Industry leading protection against viruses, spy-
ware. Removes threats, causes no damage.
Scans constantly to stop future attacks. Price
$29.99. Call 323.6315.


Computer Webcam + Microphone Sale:5.0
Mega Pixel. Built in microphone, flexible cam-
era. Compatible with Win XP/ Vista/ 7. Jus.
plug and play. 1 Year Warranty. Price $19.99.
Call #323.6315;


TRIB #882A
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW
Pioneer car Cd player w/remote $150
Jvc 6.9" speakers $85
Coby 7" portable DVD player $140
LG cookie touchscreen cellphone $170
Call 525-6223


TRIB #614




PHONECARD VENDING
MACHINE
WITH
PEDESTAL
$4,500 O.B.O

TEL: 364-5238


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TRIB #650
'ILINK & NFUSION PROGRAMMER SYSTEM
&
HDTV SYSTEM
Contact: 341-6241 or 544-9556 /477-4473


BBF #909
Universal Laptop Chargers:
Charger compatible with most pc laptops. Fits
Dell, Acer, Toshiba, HP, Sony, Compaq, Fu-
jitsu, Asus, NEC ad more. 90W with multiple
connectors. Warranty included. Price $39.99.
Call 323.6315;

TRIB #637

PYRUS MP4 PLAYER
2.8 TOUCH SCREEN
Multi- formats
FM Radio & Recorder
S 4 GB model.... $95.00
8 GB model .....
. $125.00
Player from..... $50.00
Tel: 676-3397/552-
9793/341-0460


BBF #176
D-LINKYS WIRELESS ROUTER $75
SamsungDVD Player $65
ph# 395-0197


T'RIB #819
27" Tv's just $169.00, cheap blackberry
cell phones available.
direct recievers for just $379 with 2 months.
Wulff Road opposite Harding food Store
393-7943


BBF f#184
NEW UNLOCKED HTC TOUCH PRO2
WITH WIFI
@ $450. O.B.0 New Unlocked Samsung
B3410 Touch Phone (wht/ jade green) @ $220.
O.B.O, New Jack Lalanne's stainless-steel Fruit
Juicer guide books @ $298. Serious Inquires
Call of Txt 454-3249


TRIB #028
TALKDAT
Dual Sim Carji
Phones
Wa 'TV
Ipicluredi' $ ,5
W II. Nanc.,
Phone $231)
Sc.iphone $15 l
TV Phone $19E.W*11
payment plans
Tel. 676-3397 552
9793


TRIB #882
FOR SALE-BRAND
NEW
Blackberry curve
8520w/WiFi $360
Nokia e63 w/WiFi
$270
LG cookie
touchscreen $170
Motoralla Razr pink
$110
samsung B2100 wa-
terproof, indestructi-
ble cellphone $230
Call 525-6223


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9BF n910
Apple Itunes Gift Card:
Purchase virus free songs from ITUNES. $15
card for $20. $20 card for $25.
Call 323.6315




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Ultra Sheer Pantyhose .................................... $1.50 - $1.75
Hedy's Pantyhose, Tall - XTall .........$2.99 or 3/$8.00
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Ladies T-Back Blouses(many colors) ............$8.95
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BAH AMAS

EXCLUSIVES
PINEDALE SUBD! This open
zonedJot with 7,000 SF offers
a lot of potential either as a
multi-family dwelling or is an
ideal location for a commercial
building. Web Ref: 564838.
Price: $125,000
YAMACRAW RDI In an inti-
mate, gated community this
townhome has 1,400 SF of in-
terior space, tastefully fur-
nished, tiled floors, wall a/c
units and more. Web Ref:
564831. Price: $239,000
ST. ANDREW'S BEACH ES-
TATESI A great find in quiet
community, close to all ameni-
ties. Home sits on 8,100 SF lot
with 3bd/2.5bt, tiled and fea-
tures custom wood kitchen
cabinets. Web Ref: 564796.
Price: $268,000
STAPLEDON GARDENS! Du-
plexl Be your own landlord and
enjoy all the benefits today.
Tiled floors, security bars &
off-site parking. Web Ref:
564836. Price: $286,000
FREEPORTI Comfortable
home in established golf com-
munity, this 3bd/2bt 2,046 sq. ft
home is waiting for a growing
family to move in! Web Ref:
564666. Price: $340,000
SHIRLEY HEIGHTS! Centrally
located commercial building
with 3,105 SF of interior space
and located on a spacious
15,000 SF lot. Lots of potential!
Web Ref: 564832. Price:
$450,000
DELAPORTE POINT Just
renovated 3bd/3.5bt condo with
gorgeous sunsets on water-
ront. Workmanship and mate-
rials are top of the line. Modem
home with stainless steel
Kitchen aid appliances. Web
Ref: 564507. Price: $580,000
PARADISE - ISLAND Expect
only the best at this new & ex-
citing community. Each home"
takes full advantage of tropical
breezes & panoramic views of
the harbour & bay. 3bd/3bt lux-
ury ground floor condo offers
all that you need and want in
luxury living....Web Ref:
563211. Price: US$2.285M
FOR SALE
FOX HILL! Multi-family lot be-
ing 82' x 92" in an ideal loca-
tion. Included in the sale -are
plans for a triplex apartment
building. Web Ref: 564812.
Price: $117,000
LEEWARD EAST Incomplete
two-storey apartment building
in the attractive area just off
quiet Yamacraw Rd. Houses a
two-storey apartment building
being 40% complete. An op-
portunity for the entrepreneur.
Web Ref: 563714. Price:
$350,000
Ph: 242-396-0000


1BAH AM4AS


TREASURE COVE! Wonderful
family 4bd home with all the
amenities for comfortable is-
land living. Pool/Jacuzzi and
patio with lovely gazebo are
ust a few of the highlights!
Web Ref: 564844 Price:
US$509,000
CABLE BEACH New and ex-
citing ocean front condominium
community will host luxury de-
signer condos and town-
houses. All units will overlook
the pool and have unob-
structed, spectacular ocean
views. Web Ref: 564819. Price:
$599,000+
SANDYPORTI Lushly land-
scaped, spacious property with
a well designed home featuring
3bd/2.5bt and lots of outdoor
areas to enjoy. 150 feet of qa-
nal frontage, travertine floor
tiles, wood ceilings, granite
counter tops, awning window
shutters, a spacious balcony
and covered patio. Lots more
to appreciate Web Ref:
564821. Price: $2.2M
FOR RENT
SANS SOUCIl Spacious
2bd/2bt apartment with central
air, water pressure system &
ceiling fans. Tastefully fur-
nished and tiledl throughout.
Web Ref: 9490. Price: $1,500
p/m
BLAIR ESTATES Sparkling,
2bd/2bt apartment with large
covered balcony. Features in-
clude a laundry room, central
air, tiled floors, ample parking
& a rear garden. Web Ref:
8520. Price: $1,800.p/m
CABLE BEACH! Beautifully
furnished 2bd/2bt condo with
great ocean views, hardwood.
floors & plantation shutters.
Perfect for a couple or single
person. Web Ref: 564820.
Price: $2,800 p/m
MT. VERNON! Family home
with 3,000 SF of living area
and features 4bd/3bt, fireplace,
a/c, security screens, water
softener, generator, pool &
deck. Great home with lots of
room for entertaining. Web Ref:
564822. Price: $3,850 p/m
EAST BAY STI Beautiful, spa-
cious 3bd/3.5bt unit offers a
family room with bay window
and French doors leading to an
intimate patio overlooking the
harbour, Paradise Island & be-
yond. Web Ref: 564842. Price:
$6,000 p/m
CABLE BEACH! Spacious
3bd/3.5bt condo in exclusive
gated community offers resi-
dents access to sun, surf, din-
ing, shopping & casino action.
2,300SF of luxurious living.
Web Ref. 564510 Price: $6,500
p/m
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs


REAL ESTATE


El,


Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com
BRentals
West Bay St: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Apt. Fully Fum. Includes Water
ONLY $900 p/m
West Bay St: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Apt. Semi Fun. Light & Water
Incl. $950 p/m
Culberts Hill: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Apt. Fully Fum. Includes all
utilities. $1,100 p/m
Pride Estates: 3 Bed, 2 Bath
home, furnished with paved
driveway $1,300 p/m
Westrldge: 2. Bed, 2 Bath
Semi Fum. Gated, washer &
dryer. $1,350 p/m
Sea Breeze Lane: 2 Bed, 2
Bath Fully Fum. Gated.
Washer/dryer $1,400 p/m
Off West Bay: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Fully Fum. Incl.,
water,phone.cable,intemet
$1,500 p/m
Carefree: 2 Bed, 1 Bath, Fully
Fum. Incl. water. Ocean & Pool
$1,500 p/m
West Bay Street: 3 Bed, 2
Bath Fully Fum Condo w/pool
& tennis ct. $1,600 p/m
Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed,
1.5 Bath. Semi Fum, granite,
wood floor $1,700 p/m
Cable Beach: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Spacious. Fully Furnished
$2,000 p/m
Delaporte Condo: 2 Bed, 2
Bath. .Fum, pool, bch, gated.
$2,200 p/m
Cable Beach: 2Bed, 2Bath.
Gated, Fum. a/c, near beach
$2,300 p/m
Westridge: 3 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Fully Fum townhome with pool.
Gated $2,500 p/m
Cable Beach: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Oceanfront Gated, fully fum a/c
$2,500 p/m
Faith Ave: Cafe Bldg with
male/female bath, sitting area
and kitchen $2,500 p/m
Paradise Island: 2 Bed, 2.5
Bath. Furnished with Pool.
$2,600 p/m
Sulgrave Manor: 2 Bed, 2
Bath Condo with pool & beach.
$3,500
Delaporte Point: Townhome,
3 bed 2.5 bath, furn, ocean-
front, gated, pools, beach
$3,500 p/m
Rawson Court: Oceanfront 3
Bed, 3.5 Bath Cortdo. Newly
Done $3,500 p/m
Sandyport: 3Bed, 3.5 Bath.
Fully furn w/dock slip. Kids -Al-
lowed $4,000 p/m
South Ocean: 3 Bed, 3.5 Bath
4,000 sq ft. home with pool and
a/c $4,000 p/m
Love Beach Walk: 3 Bed, 3.5
bath, Penthouse oceanfront,
gated. $5,000 p/m
Sales
Residential/Commercial
Off Minnie St. - Duplex Bldg
for sale, 2 Bed, 1 Bath each
side $150,000


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Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com
Sir. Lyndon PIndling - 2 Bed,
2 Bath Home for sale. Unfum.
Great Buy $165,000
San Soucl: 2 Bed, 1.5 Bath
Townhouse, semi furnished
with courtyard $180,000
Hilltop (2nd Terrace): 2 Bed,
2 Bath, a/c. View of Atlantis
and harbor $185,000
Kool Air Drive: Duplex for sale
in Excellent Condition 2 Bed, 1
Bath. $205,000
Resarlo West: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Townhome w/pool, land-
scaped. $239,000
Twynum: New 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Townhouse. Unfurnished with
deck $250,000
St. Vincent Rd: 3 Bed, 2 Bath
Home. Brand New w/yard.
$258,000
Off Hanna Rd: Duplex Building
Brand New. Burglar Bars
$265,000
Westridge: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Condo, Gated Access, Pool.
$269,000
Stapledon Gardens: Duplex
for Sale. 2 Bed, 1 Bath
$285,000
Sandford Drive (West): 2
Bed, 2.5 Bath Townhome a/c,
gated, pool $290,000
Chazon Estates (Southwest
N.P): 3 Bed, 2 Bath Brand New
Home $299,000
Faith Ave: Restaurant with at-
tached 2 Bed, 2 Bath apt.
Brand New $330,000
Southern Breeze: Triplex
Bldg. A/C, 8,100 sq ft. Lot.
$350,000
Off Prince Charles: 3 Bed, 3.5
Bath Home Unfurnished, land-
scaped $420,000
Coral Vista East: Brand new
home, two story, open floor
plan, double car garage 5 Bed,
2.5 Bath. $575,000.
Sunset View Villas: 5 Bed, 3.5
Bath with oceanfront views on
West Bay $750,000
Lots
Nassau Village: Duplex Lot 75
x 75 Only $65,000
East St. South: Duplex Lot 55
x 113 Brand new Subdivision
$80,000
Victoria Gardens: Duplex Lot
65x100 w/ footing & plans in-
cluded $85,000
Off Carmichel Rd: Three Multi
Family lots starting at $86,000
Balfour Estates West: Brand
New Approved Duplex Lots
ONLY $95,000
Marshal Road: Multi-Family Lot
80 x 120. Beach Access
$95,000
Via Dellia Rosa: Triplex Lots
starting from $99,000. Only 5
left.
Off Carmichael Rd: Triplex lot.
63 x 122. $107,000
John Claridge Estates New
on Eastern Rd. Corner Lot 80
x 111. $115,000


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LOTS
FOX HILL: Approximately
6,100 sq ft lot with duplex belt
course. $92,000.00
TWYNAM HEIGHTS: Single
family lots approximately
11,000 Sq. Ft. $175,000.00
WEST BAY ST. SAFFRON
HILL: Single Family lots start-
ing $175,000.00
MULTI FAMILY WEST LAKE
PLANTATION: 9,100 Sq. Ft.
Lots starting $200,000.00
BEACHFRON OT - OCEAN
CLUB ESTATES-EXCLU-
SIVE: Unique lot with white
sandy beach in Exclusive
Gated Community on Paradise
Island. $4,990,000.00

HOMES
MOUNT PLEASANT: Charm-
ing 3 bedroom, 1 bath home
In mature neighborhood lo-
cated minutes from Lyford
Cay shopping center.
$132,000.00 GREAT OPPOR-
TUNITY
EASTERN RD. TOWN-
HOUSE: Panoramic Ocean-
views 3 bed, 3 bath. Living
and dining areas extend to ter-
race. Loft with full bathroom.
beautiful pool, laundry facilities,
seconds from, beach.
$399,000.00
DELAPORT TOWNHOUSE:
Oceanfront 3 bed 2 bath town-
house with ocean views from
every room. Stand-by genera-
tor. Gated community in Cable
Beach area. $595,000.00
CABLE BEACH PENT-
,HOUSE: Oceanfront 3 bed, 2
bath, 2 story penthouse in Ca-
ble Beach. In excellent condi-
tion and comprised of approxi-
mately 2,000 square feet this
penthouse is tastefully fur-
nished and boasts fantastic
views of the surrounding tur-
quoise waters. . $865,000.00
OCEANVIEWS MOUNT VER-
NON: Floor to ceiling windows
frame breathtaking views of
Montague Bay. This 5 bed-
room, 5.5 bath property is
maturely landscaped with pool,
large brickwork patio, Tiki hut
bar. 4 zoned air conditioning
system, generator, hurricane
shutters and 2 car garage.
$1,450,000.00
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
Info @ bahamasorooertv.com


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BLESSED ROCK
REALTY
Telephone/Fax 341-4303 or
454-8978, 395-6483, 454-1702
BUILDINGS
Nassau Village 3bed,1bth lot
80 x 100 $110,000.00
Boatswain Hill 2 story
house 80% Complete
$700,000.00
St. Albany Drive 1Bed -
/1 bath Condo $150,000.00
Off Jerome Avenue 3(1)
bed bath apt and 4 (1 bed 1
bath efficiencies $395,000.00
Soldier Road West 68 x159
Commercial Lot $200,00.00
Soldier Road 67x 144
commercial Lot $193,000.00
Fox Hill Main Road 70x 320
Commercial Lot $220,000.00
Palmdale 60x143 $310,000
Kemps Bay, Andros
100x200 $33,000.00
Deep Creek, Andros On the
water $120,000.00
Deep Creek, Andros On the
water $990,000.00
Munnings Road 9
acres $ 1.63 Million
Air Port Road 5
acres $630,000.00
DUPLEX LOTS
Off Soldier Road 50x
100 $50,00.00
Off Carmichael Road 57x106
$65,000.00
Off Cow Pen Road 65x78
$63,000.00
Chlpingham 50X100
$55,000.00
Coral Breeze Gated 75 x
100 $120,000.00
TRIPLEX LOTS
Coral Harbour Gated
80x100 $99,000.00
Pine Barren Road out East
52x140 $69,000.00
Chipingham 50x200
$80,000
Off Soldier Road
50x140 $90,000.00
Sandilands . Village
53x140 $89,000.00
Marshall Road Near the Sea
50x140 $90,000.00
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Off Soldier Road
50x100 $72,000.00
Gardens Hills #2
50x100 $70,000.00
Garden Hills #2
60x100 $75,000.00
St. Andrews Beach
90x90 $118,000.00
South Seas gated
80x100 $93,000.00
Yuma Estate gated
65x100 $99,000.00
Coral Harbour
60x100 $108,000.00
Serenity 60x100 $85,000.00
South Ocean Estates
100x124 $154,000.00
Coral Breeze gated
75x100 $99,000.00











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SALESSALES
Marshall Road: This spacious
triplex is located in a quiet sub-
division off of Marshall Road. It
features three 1 bed, 1 bath
units, approximately 760 sq. ft.
$299,000 gross Property
#2137
Soldier' Road: This apartment
building off of Soldier Road
contains six 2 bed, 1 bath,
units. The units are unfur-
nished and have central a/c.
$497,000 gross Property #
2150
Windsor Street: attractive well
maintained 4 bed/3 bath home
features high wooden ceilings
and large windows. Enclosed
yard with many fruit trees.
'$247,500 gross Property
#1972
LOTS
Dover Sound, Grand Bahama
This residential lot is located in
Dover Sound, on the north side
of Grand Bahama. It features
approximately 125 feet of canal
frontage on a deep water canal
and has great views across the
canal. $55,000 gross Property
#2139
Gambler Heights: Duplex lot in
a great area. This lot is close
to the beach, restaurants and
the airport. $210,000 gross
Property #2142
East Sunrise, Grand Bahama:
large residential lot located in
gated community. This new
community has all infrastruc-
ture in place, close to the Al-
bany Project, Lyford Cay and
the International Airport.
$165,000 gross Property #
2147
RENTALS
Collins Ave: This 3,000 sq. ft.
Ground floor commercial space
is ideal for a retail shop or pos-
sibly an office. It features air
conditioning, shop front win-
dows and a standby generator.
$4,375/mth Property #2148
Harrold Road: Warehouse
space available on the main
Harold Road' consisting of
1,050 sq. ft. with high rolling
service bay door and ramp ac-
cess. $1,500/mth Property #
2129
Carefree: This 5th floor apart-
ment features great ocean
views. It features 2 bedrooms
& 2 bathrooms and has been
recently renovated with
wooden floors and updated
kitchen. $2,500/mth Property
# 2141
Contact
Island Living Real Estate
Ph: 322-7979
www.islandlivIngrealestate.com


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VACANT LAND
Blue Hill Estates: Elevated
homesite lot 6,895 sq. ft.
$98,000
Via Della Rosa: Triplex lots,
only 3 remaining for a great
buy in a gated community, at
$99,000.
Englerston: Exclusive Open
zone lot. $68,000. 2-2bed
1 bath Duplex $180,000
St. Andrews Bch Est:
Ocean-view s/f large lot.
$125,000
Coral Vista: Very nice large s/f
lot. $117,500
Saffron Hill: Exclusive large
corner lot starting at $195,000
& oceanview lot $355,000
Tropical Gdns:Large s/f lot for
your dream home. $110,000
West Winds: S/F and duplex
lots starting at $120,000
Serenity: Affordable s/f lots
now starting at $85,000 - du-
plex lots now starting at
145,000
West Winds: S/F and duplex
lots $120,000 & $130,000
HOMES/CONDOS
Rolling Hills: 2bed 2bath,
lovely home, large yard, space.
Gated. $320,000.
Twynam: Lovely 2bed 2.5bath
semi-furnished townhouse.
Gated. $289,000
Yuma Estates: New 3bed
2.5bath home. Minor comple-
tion needed. Gated. $302,900
Off West Bay: Oceanview
brand new 4bed 2.5bath semi-
furn townhouse. $550,000
High Point: Awesome
semi-furnished 2bed 2.5 bath
townhouse. Gated.. $279,000
Marathon: Charming 3bed
3bath home w/ 1bed 1bath apt
attached on 2 lots. $350,000
Eastern Estates: 4bed 3.5bath
home. Requires upgrading.
Great project. $249,000.
Pinewood Gardens: Exclusive
4bed 3bath home on 2 ele-
vated lots. $260,000
MULT-FAMILY BUIDLINGS
Carmichael: New Triplex bldg
2-2bed 1 bath & 1-2bed 2bath
only $315,000
Off Carmichael: Fourplex bldg
2-2bed bath & 2-1 bed bath.
Price to sell at $325,000
Blue Hill South: A large com-
mercial building. Ideal for food-
store, restaurant or retail store.
$673,000
Star Estates: EXCLUSIVE
Two-2bed 1.5bath townhouse
duplex, Ideal mortgage help-
er. Great price at $436,000
Royal Palm: Immaculate 2bed
2.5bath seml-furn townhouse.
Pool. Gated. $285,000
West Winds: Newly built 3bed
2.5bath townhouse. $352,000.
RENTALS
Skyline Lakes: 3bed 2.5bath
turn-key condo. Water includ-
ed. Gated. Pool. $2,200 p/m.
Dowdeswell St: Prime
commercial space. Ideal for a
small business. $1,500 p/m
Office:328-4111-Fax:328-4113
Tel: 376-1849, 535-6764,
468-0767,424.4448
info@ wateredgebahamas.com
www.wateredgerealestate.com


PROPERTY FOR SALE
VACANT LAND
PINE BARRON ROAD:
Multi-family lot 60x137,
$90,000
OFF SEA BREEZE LANE:
Multi-family lot 70x100,
$90,000
SUMMER HAVEN: Multi-family
lot 69x136, $98,000
INDIGO: Single family lot,
$195,000
OFF PERPAP\LL TRACT: Du-
plex lot, 9,860sq.ft, $130,000
BUILDINGS
WEST BAY STREET: Six unit
apartment complex 2-bed,
1-bath, $700,000
WINTON: Luxury 2-story
4-bed, 3.5-bath house with two
2-bed, 1-bath and one 1-bed
1-bath apartment, $750,000
SEA BREEZE LANE: 3-bed,
2-bath house, $255,000
CENTREVILLE: 2-bed, 2-bath,
townhouse, $195,000
ST ANDREW BEACH: incom-
plete 3-bed, 2-bath house, up
to belt, $150,000
SEVEN - HILLS: Triplex
$205,000
SUNSHINE PARK: 3-bed,
2-bath house, $145,000
Tel 465-8951
aadderiey yahoo.com

PARADISE ISLAND -
JUST REDUCEDII
For Sale by Owner
Executive residence perfectly
located in the small 6 private
home gated community of
Palatial Estates on
Paradise Island.
The Estate is nestled right next
to the world famous "Cloisters"
with the home having direct
private access. The "Jasmine"
model is over 3,000 square
feet and features a 2 storey
master bedroom with loft and
ensuite master bath with
Jacuzzi tub 2 guest bedrooms,
walk in closets, split level
living/dining room, open
kitchen with granite counters,
large family room with bamboo
flooring. Alarm system and a
private pool overlooking the
picturesque "Cloisters' are
added amenities.
Take advantage of this once
in a lifetime price to live in
PARADISE
It is the lowest priced home
listing on Paradise Island...
$875,000(US) net price FIRM.
Offered by owner furnished
or unfurnished.
Call John @ (242)357-4796.

FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bath house with
1-bed apartment attached.
Cockburn St, off Bernard Road.
Good investment opportunity.
Reduced price, $165,000 net
$2,000 Rebate
Ph: 468-1374


KINGS REALTY
SERENITY
Tranquil and exclusive gated
community In Western New
Providence offering and af-
fordable lifestyle loaded with
amenities including kids play-
grounds, pools, tennis courts,
basketball courts, club house
and more. Single family lots
starting at a mere $85k secure
yours now.
SERENITY ESTATE LOTS
Large residential parcels rang-
ing from 30,500 sq. ft. to
42,821 sq. ft. starting at only
$250k - build your dream
home today.
SAFFRON HILL
Luxury community opposite Or-
ange Hill Beach provides a
calming lifestyle within this ex-
clusive community. Amenities
include swimming pool and
tennis courts. Reduced to
$160K
NORMANS CAY ACREAGE
Four adjacent lots in world fa-
mous Normans Cay, Exuma
totaling just under 2 acres with
panoramic ocean views and
414ft on the Exuma Sound
don't miss out on your oppor-
tunity to own a slice of
heaven. Asking 1.6 million
TIKI VILLA NORMANS CAY
Fabulous remodeled 3 bed 3.5
bath beachfront villa in Nor-
mans Cay with amazing ocean
views. Asian inspired Interior
design this villa comes fully
furnished and equipped with
designer touches such as IPE
wood flooring and marble
baths. 2 million
SHIRLEY STREET COM-
MERCIAL BUILDING
Looking for that ideal commer-
cial investment - look no fur-
ther with this Commercial
Plaza ideally located for your
income, generating investment
with four shop spaces each
with open space floor plan and
bathrooms to rent out. The
ground floor unit also has an
office area. The building has
fixed glass shop fronts that are
secure with security bars and
the ground floor units have
controlled entrances with mo-
tion sensors. Each shop
space is climate controlled
with central air. $450k
- SALES
SEAWELL MANOR SUB:
This Single family 3 bed, 2.5
bath home, is in a quite neigh-
borhood. This 2463 sq. ft.
home is Immaculately main-
tained, includes a separate liv-
ing, family and dining room,
very spacious kitchen, re-
cessed lighting, storage room,
security bars, and separate
laundry room. $316,000.00
PHONE: 323-8000 /
E-MAIL:
BAHAMASO KINGSRE
ALTY.COM


KING'S REALTY
CABLE BEACH: 2 bed, 2
bath apartment with spacious
living and dining room and the
only unit with a personal utility
room. Swimming pool at en-
trance of the complex. Asking
$259,000.
BAHAMIA WEST LOT:
20,775 sq. ft. lot asking
$217,000 a steal of a deal as
large lots in the West are a.
- rare find - don't miss this deal.
RENTALS
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1 -
One bedroom, one bathroom
for rent unfurnished $600.00 a
month
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1-
Twq bedroom, one bathroom
for rent unfurnished $750.00 a
month
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1-
Townhome style 2 bedroom,
1.5 bathroom for rent $900.00
a month'
PHONE: 323-8000 /
E-MAIL:
BAHAMASOKINGSRE
ALTY.COM

COMMERCIAL BUILDING
FOR SALE In Palmdale, close
to Gunite Pools. $235,000. Tel
393-0868, 454-1230.

FOR SALE
An executive home is situated
on an elevated property on the
sea. Enjoy cool tropical
breezes while relaxing on the
ocean front patio, or pool. Seri-
ous inquiries only. Please con-
tact Mrs Cooper, 544-8137.








GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
OWNER'S LOWER PRICE
Oceanfront lot 80x90 EVES
Cable Beach. Ready for house
to be built, access to pool and
beach. $275,000 ask for
Ask for RE Barnes 327-0806.
Oceanfront townhouse for rent
Compass Point
3 bed, 3 bath, pool, laundry,
unfurnished
$2,200 per month, lease.
Ask for RE Barnes 327-0806.


Allied Realty

(242) 362-2858


HOMES/APARTMENTS.
0749 EXCLUSIVE Stapledon
Gardens 3bed 3.5bath split
level. $375,000.
0770 Sea Beach townhouse
2bed 2.5bath pool. $299,000.
0705 Coral Harbour executive
3bed. 2.5bath with office.
$550,000.
0772 Carmichael commercial
plaza. $425,000.
0760 Coral Harbour 4bed
2.5bath. $350,000.
0773 HighPoint townhouse
3bed 2.5bath. $275,000.
0774 HighPoint townhouse
3bed 2.5bath. $290,000.
0518 Chazon Estates Brand
new 3bed 2bath. $298,000.
0755 Venice Bay Brand new
townhouse 2bed 2.5bath.
$245,000.
0760 Coral Harbour town-
house 4bed 3bath brand new
with ocean views. $395,000.
0776 Westridge Luxurious
5bed'4.5bath split level. $2.2M.
0777 Sea Beach 3bed 2.5bath
townhouse. $320,000.
Vacant Land:
0769 Jacaranda cleared and
ready to build 100x120.
$150,000.
0775 Westridge multi-family
10,000+ sq. ft. $177,000.
0763 Coral Harbour single
family 83x105. $110,000.
0594 Hooper's Bay Exuma 6
acres. $525,000.
0764 Gleniston Gardens
100x100 single family.
$115,000.
0627 Westridge single family
1.01 acres. $390,000.
0778 Long Island Clarence
Town 1/5 acre $35,000 one
acre $65,000,
0780 Westwinds single fam-
ily. $130,000.
RENTAL
Coral Harbour 3bed 2.5bath
executive $4,500 per month.
Coral Harbour 4bed 2.5bath
$3,200 per month.
Quail Roost 2bed bath.
#1,500 per month.
Tel/Fax: 362-2858
Mobile: 424-8929










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THE TRIBUNE


REAL ESTATE

PROPERTIES
FOR SALE
VACANT LAND
08x114 South Westridge/Kil-
larney Shores $130,000 Sin-
gle Family Ex
135x127 near Old Fort Bay,
$150,000 Single Family
95x75 near Shirley Street,
$175,000 Commercial
74x221 Fire Trail Road, Com-
mercial Lot $190,000 Com-
mercial
102x214 Faith Avenue,
$250,000 Commercial
HOUSES FOR SALE
2-bed, 1-bath Sir Lynden Pin-
dling Estates, $165,000
2-bed, 1-bath hilltop town
house/Centreville, $200,000
3-bed, 1-bath Nina Crescent
(Marathon) $220,000
3-bed, 2-bath Cowpen Road,
$220,000 Has 1 Efficiency
3-bed, 2-bath Sea Breeze Lane
$220,000 Has 2 Efficiencies
3-bed, 2-bath Sea Breeze
area, $340,000 Has 2 Effi-
ciencies
3-bed, 2-bath Sea Breeze Lane
#270,000
3-bed, 2-bath Sea Breeze area
(to belt course) $180,000 Has
2 apartments
5-bed, 3-bath Twynam Estates,
$650,000
APARTMENTS FOR SAL &
COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
4-Units off Baillou Hill Road,
great buy $235,000
4-Units off Charles Saunders
Highway, $295,000
4-Units off Plaza, Carmichael
Road $380,000
3-Units Plaza, Kennedy Subdi-
vision $380,000
6-Units Carmichael Road,
$475,000
B stores plaza, Bernard Road,
high traffic area, $580,000
Tel 676-3104, or 468-2143
E-mail:
mariobannlster@gmail.com






GREAT INVESTMENT,
FOR SALE HOME PACKAGE
Off farrington road & Light-
boume AVE. Duplex Package
@ $170,000.
House Package @ $128,000.
Call between 9am-7pm,
ph# 465-1058
Property, construction &
Drawing Included.


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2 bedroom, 2.5 bedroom
townhouse with Pool &
Beach Access
$259,000
Call 432-9388


CHARLOTTESVILLE
CORNER LOT
in the gated prestigious
neighborhood of Amenities
include clubhouse, pool and
more, $159,000 net.
Call 4225071/4244280.


VISTA BELLA
CABLE BEACH PENTHOUSE
5TH FL, 2 BD 2BTH, MAR.
FLS, GRANITE KIT & BATH
CALL 361-5177 OR
361-5220 EXT 239 OR 241,
M-F 9AM-5PM,
PRICE $525,000














INTERESTED IN BUYING OR
SELLING PROPERTY?
.Please call 468-2633,
ask for Karen.
Available affordable Prime
property In the West & East
(Brea Licensed)


REAL ESTATE









LOTS FOR SALE
Springfield Estates, off Prince
Charles
Single Family 60x100, $78,000
Large Multi-family/Sixples
100x120, $140,000
Triplex Lot 8672sqft, $110,000
Tel: 394-2914/424-9199
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Gated community
Location: Emerald Coast
Property size: 75x105
Zoned: Multi-Family
Town Homes.
Priced: $126,000
Tel: 433-3340, 324-3465.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
2 bed, 1.5 bath town house
located Westridge Est.
Granite kitchen custom,
ceramic tiles, central A/C,
enclosed private backyard.
$299K. Contact 425-0878.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Blue Hill Heights, vacant lot
over 7,00sq.ft. attractive hill
view with approved building
plan for 3-bed, 2.5-bath.
Only $94,000.
325-2201/466-7021 after 6pm
FOR SALE
CORDEAUX AVE WEST, sin-
gle storey commercial building,
two units, fully secured, central
a/c, equipped. $155,000 Net or
ono. Tel 436-5651.

WINTON HEIGHTS
Lot with hill top view.
Spacious open floor, 3 car
garage, provision for pool with
pool house. Sold with approved
plans for a 6-beds/4.5-bath
with basement. Construction
completed to roof. Situated on
120 by 179 feet property.
Serious inquires only,
Must see to appreciate.
Asking $675,000.00, appraised
at $762,000.00
Contact 477-4741.

INCOMPLETE HOUSE
with swimming pool.
Owner willing to finance.
393-0092,
455-9575/423-1533.











For all your
APPRAISAL needs
Call Sally Hutcheson,
SalCo Real Estate, 328-6672


REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
INDIGO WEST BAY STREET
LOT W/PARTIAL
OCEAN VIEW
$249,000 TEL. 424-3678
HOUSE FOR SALE
Two wooden houses, lot
50x100, enclosed yard,
$145,000 Phone 341-3179, cell
456-2591
PROPERTY FOR SALE
60x100, located off Carmi-
chael Road, 2 corner before
Bacardi Road heading west.
$67,0900. #324-5091 Archer.
HOUSE FOR SALE
By Owner.
Price $145,000
Phone 544-2374.
HOUSE FOR SALE
PINEWOOD GARDENS.
Owner willing to do financing.
393-0092/423-1533/455-9572
MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY
FOR SALE
HillCrest Subd Comer Lot
Price $77,500.00 Tel:394-1333
TRIPLEX FOR SALE
SUDDEN HEIGHTS,
off Blue Hill. $240,000
TEL 341-8620
HILL TOP DUPLEX LOTS
$85,000










property in a new community in
Governor's Harbour the capital
of Eleuthera.
Appraisal price $65,000.00
This week sale price $45,000
net Ph:431-2922

INDIGO SUBDIVISION
Elevated lot with partial ocean
views in prestigious gated
community with tennis courts
and pool. 168,000.00 net.
Call 4244280/4225071.

Property For Sale
Multi-family lot, 169 X 90' build
12 apartments.
Hanna Road Call 677-5385,
324-6135 or 426-2117

PROPERTY
FOR SALE
Opulent Drive
between Bacardi
Road & Coral
Harbour, 65x1 00,
$95,000
Tel:477-6160.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Duplex lots $58,500
Tel:225-1355, or 436-6015.

DUPLEX LOTS, off Faith Ave-
nue, $105,000, 60x135. Call
225-1355, or 436-6105.


REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE
1) Single Family Vacant lot
situate on the corner off
Prince
Charles Drive and Eastwood
approx 15,000 s.f. asking
$155,000 ono.
2) Domingo Heights Multi-
family lots approx. 6,000ft
starting at $69,000, in the
vicinity of Calvary Deliverance
Church.
3) In the west EXCELLENT IN-
VESTMENT within walking
distance to Arawak Cay De-
velopment 4-PLEX up to belt
course asking $175,000 can
assist with financing.
4) Highland Park 3b/2b single
family residence, enclosed
front and back patios, fruit
bearing trees, own water sys-
tem, utility room, in the vicinity
of the American Embassy
residence. Reduced for quick
sale $385,000.
ACREAGE
20 ACRE TRACT adjacent to
Albany Project, the new Ly-
ford Cay Shopping Centre
asking $225,000 per acre.
Minimum purchase of 50
acres. In house financing up
to 50%. Get in at this bottom
price.
BIMINI Beautiful condo situate
in south BIMINI on the ma-
rina. Priced for quick sale
$250,000 net.
ELEUTHERA 4/6 ACRE tract,
lots fronts on Savannah
Sound opposite world famous
Windermere Island. Elevated
lots with views of the Atlantic
Ocean and the Caribbean
Sea. Appraised at $75,000
per acre, ower willing to ac-
cept $55,000 per acre can as-
sist with financing.
CAT ISLAND Beach front lot
snuggled between Pompey
Bay and Sammy T's Resort
(from main road to beautiful
sandy) asking $59,000.
SAN SALVADOR Vacant lot
asking $23,000 owner willing
to accept $6,000 down will fi-
nance balance.
EXUMA: Lot $20,000, $4,000
down In house financing.
FOR RENT
1) Highland Park 3b/2b house.
Enclosed yard, furnished
$3,000 or unfurnished $2,500
p/m,
2) Cable Beach 3b/2b pent-
house, gated community with.
pool and beach access
$3,500 p/m.

TELEPHONE
325-0005, 323-4967.

WANTED 4-PLEX
Lot In gated community or
residential area. (West).
Owners/Realtors call
425-5696.


REAL ESTATE


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LIGHTBOUR]
REALTY
Homes/Apartments
7283 2 bed. 2 bath home.
Gated, shared pool. $320,00
6946 Montagu Villas 2 bed, 1
bth townhouse. $197,000
7114 Baycroft Apartment. 1 bd,
1 bth.,Off Eastern road. Great
for First Time Buyer. $155,000
7255 Baycroft 2 bed, 1 bath.
Renovated. Water Views.
$210,000
7206 Cable Beach. 5 bed, 3
bath home. $499,000 Price
Negotiable
Triplex/Duplex
7119 Triplex-3 bed/2 bth plus
2-1 bed/1 bth. $310,000
7137 Reduced Duplex, be-
tween Blair and Village Rd.
$299,000
7262 Fourplex- Great Invest-
ment. All units rented.
$250,000
LOTS
7136 Large Multifamily lot Kool
Acres $120,000
6997 Triplex lot. 8,525 sq.ft.
$140,000
6234 Venice Bay 10,000 sq. ft
lot. Owner financing $99,900
5471 South Ocean Estates
11,700sq.ft. lot. Owner financ-
ing .$155,000
Tel: 242-393-8630-7
sales @coldwellbankerbaha
mas.com
www.coldwellbankerbahamas.
com

VENICE BAY

Ocean Front
Development
1-3 Unit townhosue lot
$105,000
1 10,000sq.ft. House lot,
Ocean view $115,000
1-5 Unit Townhouse Lot
$110,000
1-3 Unit Townhouse lot
$105,000
Bank financing or on the spot
In-house financing.
Contact Venice Bay site office
New Provience.
Tel 362-2555/6, or
emall:rwhyms @coralwave.com
Visit our website, www.venice-
baybahamas.com.




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